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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y 7 s j III J I i i i i 4THE I HICKNbr A 4 COURIER r f f I 11 iJI f 7 OLDEST NER SIA E iI3ST fi8TE Kd TUOKY 4 ISTADLISLIED 1859 HICK IAN FULTON OOUNrF KY OCT 12 1900 VOL XXXV NO W+ tn = To r l TWO SOULS Whom God Hath Joined To gather IinLMCOWGUJj Married on Wednesday evening the lush last in tho Kjilsoopul church Ucv Anther Ihxgher oHIuiallng MK- HKNIIV C HxhM and Mix A LICK V- COWUILf A prettier wedding or ono celebrated under happtur auspice lark never been w iloiintlzul Tho ceremony wan wild at 7 MI oulook in tho Episcopal church by Krv Archer Rougher Tho effective decoration nrrungod In pyramid of iiliiH funned fitting backgrounds forth g bridal party anti tho profusion of urldtil wraiths and aoftgrocn foliage won +paI UiHtily on tho ulmncellary pillars The oh u roh wax tilled with n throng of fnomi waiting who worn entertained with u iKUtitlfullj rendered duet ono of MunduUohnit songs without words by Mr J Millet and Mlrtrt Turtle lHr had u vooul duct in rich soprano rolccn by MtwiliUni s ICnto MUIut anti Ultra Cow gill 1 llho nUll Love JJlI i Under the purl Mytuphonyof luengrtn utrainH o f tlio bridal party entered tho church Al- bI lison Tyler and John Dillon ushers rH W lloht Halm und Mlw Nanmo Rogw Mta Qraoo Helm Mttld of Honor then tho brido leaning on tho arm of her fay hut und they wow met by tho groom nnd his boat man Kenneth Anderson Ipro4 dell by tho Minister from tho vert try room nt the altar where tho carom ny uniting thnso two loving hearts win proceeded with tho father giving tho bride uwuy and placing her land lu tho hand of tier chosen ono und tho bride nAil groom kneeling ut the altar upon whltoHatln oiifdilonH to receive tho Iteno dlotion nt tho end of the rarvico that uttftod their liven forever During thoI morcd ceremony tho sweet strains o- M1luger fr i What Thou Vcolest added toI the IIII1I1uhcncAAIf the Bolctiin near rlugtfvowH The ceremony ended tinI bridal party retired to the Btraliw ofIr I McndoUohnft Wedding MarcbITho bride way gowned In Mow lin ll golo trimmed In cmbroidorlcd Chiffo- and Satin ribbon wearing a jet brooch afatMLthnt wM r grand mo i 1tJt41r a y tTocomrig ve oi4tullel lilrI 3J I pjtj+= find carrying bridal roscw ida Maid Mls nnnlo Rogers won Jainty white Point I Sprit currying Lo Franco roHcr- fMta Greco Helm n pretty Paris Mus Ida carrying Lo Franco roses Till popularyoung couplo enjoy tho hOi wishes of sill and they Bro worthy of tho highest encomium that word fin oxprcrw They loft tho night of the marriage for n bridal trip upending a week In Memphis and Mvernl weeks in Ift Virgil Now Mexico They were the rtsolplontM of many presents Balloon Ascension Saturday Imf Kckhnrt announce positively that ho will iniiko ono of his thrilling krtal awjonnloiiH tomorrow afternoon Saturday ooniUtionnl only that tho wind will permit He touch regrets tho disappointment to tilt ptoplo Tuesday I1ut It was 110 fault of his as was dpparsn to all Tho ascension tomorrow is rrUiinlY If tho element permit Mr A W Lindsay liras been absent in Chicago tho past week Miss May Plerco of Milan Tenn IIII vixiUnMta Ivy Cheek Miss Houlah Sheets of Metropolis 11118i visiting her ulster MM lender son Mr Hon Shaw tho popular safes maU ifa back in thu house of M 11 ShuwH Soifa whoro ho would be pleased to seo lUll old friends and customers Mrs Jonnlo MeOulohon ewes on tho first liont for Luxorli Ark whores In called by the serious illness of her daughter Mm P D Turner V Mix Maud Smith daughter of Mr Charlie Smith tho maohiniat died Tuesday night Sho wan about 17 yearn of ago lust budding Into womanhood and until her Into illness was n utriking picture of health und personal beauty Deep sympathy goos out to her bereav ed 1parents inrough the efforts of that hustling and energetic young Rtockman CaptJ W Martin jr of Woodland Mlllln a hveutook purchasing company hUll beet foundwl at that town OOttlll1cd of Ollpt Martin J D Alexander and J D Jontw throe of our country bent Block iiiuii mid parties having any Kort of livestock tor sate Would do well to sea then before selling olnowhoro han three days anti nights I snlreroi- U buy untold from uu attack of Choler- umrhus hronght oa by eating enema jw nays lit IK Lowther clerk of thl district ionrt at Ooutervillo Iowa I thought 1 should surely die pmt tried n doon dttrureut medicines but all to uo purpeo I sort for n bottle ot Chart tmrlantft Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Iemedy and three doses relieved mo en tlrflly This remedy U tor sate by Cow CowgUU Hlckman nod A M thaw State Lino Ky O L1 Issmmwmmmwwmmm = THE z October CRUSH r ijP4N US ou arex e come j TUB ENCOURAGEMENT evidenced by tho tremendous = j = daily Crush in our Stores inco the coldwnvc4 racomeia oxtromolyuraMfyiriK to 8Vf r This week wohnvff to offer you striking values IIn f= Jackets and Capes 4J d r- A J1At Jfr Sz 8L25 and 1 Djr I 9 r 2 tjJ tJo r = Both Cloth and Plush Cape IfWlcfully r rindj = In For and braids Tho tstylfi+ In thcso garmcnw suewillastonirth you when you we thflm Coj At r H j 8400 JReal handsome Plush Capo bedecked with Hcad w ed Appll uo and1 Furscoiufortuhlo anti drcssy fK looks like 870 Cape fJ At 8500 and 750tBeaver and Melton JackqM witnp the cheap = or kinds hut thcso two rtlnc tbnj really oxtra e ordary Looks liko they 5uts U bring U lIoro money tri io = Ladies Skirts JJI= Stacks of themstack of valuo too Style va v rioty quality Value tlmtrt wlmttwo have fxupffcr J In SklrtJiIt Jt 11 i Our a 4 Millinerym1- r r11M lbeen on exhibition several days and onions highotrform of compliment for thai DepartmcntV Childrens Millinery needs Are given especial Bt + Iti tcntion hcrof JI COTTON la higher than for 12 years but sell c = Heavy Brown yard wldo DOMESTIC woo ft Good CALICOS Fancy Drew Styhat tknicedPEKCALES attractive pntturns8 e tq t JvC tJi t Pleoced Cochoco Cloths 85o w Napped Angora r10 reSilkand Wool Dross Goods Mattolaso and Satin JJurlwrs in Brocaded effects Paris Plaids home spans J 111P1r 111 1111111 111f 4 11t11t91 COME AND GUESStt l I I 1 200 in t j Given to Cash Purchasers i 3V- i r w OCT e TO DEC 31srr rP- M +oa r iiotungRoom71 tMFIfI Quality j jour test of cheapness In t looking ftPriioap Girthing do nol lbsi5 R sight oll I ii Iwt thai vtliji true test of If I uCilicapnods is Quality = t Tii our ChiUiingyoti will find qiial- iI wto botlom prices I iA dE iYOk1 4 I =I h and lioys neat Worsted Checka lllack Oluyp and heavy Wooleu Suits = I I 50 J Both Mons and Coys erictly Woolen heavy OaR t nobby oChecks1000 Mens Suits = I Euonth styles nUll weaves tosnrpriso YOUr Rest 4J L 81000 special line in WestKentucky many of them worth 81250 elsewhere A- H500 J and 1800 SOItSTYj 1arein Black Granites and special Worsted woay +si t es raid are triumphs lu tailpringft 4BOYS 3 to Ifi years two nd threo peicc Suits J Two Dollar values at MfflQkt =tw Three Dollar values at Five Dollar Values nt400 bail 4S0 =1 Boat oOc Shirts or Drawers i styles BUll kinds b1ttono qnal i bit m town AlsqJ vo SlUt y- itJl1lCIcnltho 1 to l10 Most cointer able Un 4 f Iv WiagLf 3q Our ShOO withsnlhd Rubber heel and U rover sUp BolojU the noweat rrltt to 1 lW 1 Jf W ll1JtSA f contflyoui gl0 Wo can show many exceptional Values lu Douglass and Peters Hox Calf Vici nod Parent Loather Shoos Iu fact 4OUK CLOTHING KOOM Is a complete Moiis Outfitter 3 Como and see us C t ifjrrL P W S Ellison= GUESS ON THE JAR OF BEANS 1 BRYAN or McKINLEY io iajorityaSS i ieieOIpth lIg has already been djgpjdcd Upmost 1 People and that is thisii 4 fact The placc togo for i BARGAINS ANDEIR DJJllLINGii 1 SHAW S1 11- e 1 Jf DEALER N iiM11ltin ry Ladies Shoes i CLOTHING MENS NfJOES III 0 Furnishing Goods 4 Hardyvaie sand GIocm sII I M B SHAWS f SONS I 1 st i ail I 1 n pnIM THE FIttST LEVEE IN TEN NESSEE ik t Contract Closed in Hempiiir 1 Last Week 5 Lake County Bonds ReadyII to be Turned Over to the Purchasers Thereof Aid of the Federal flercramrHt May lie Involved If Local Sappert IS FOHnd iHHHfflciCHt 1t 1 Memphis Scimitar a i Jas C Harris chairman of the Lake County Levee Commission who M is tic ty this morning from llptoavilk Tffas BCCU at tho office of Captaia BE gSd1cenl i 1 t hI nui In Memphis said Mr Harri for the purpose of closisg or coatraet with J II Carr to whom tbo work of v building tho Lako county levee waa awarded and to make tho final arrange ments as to our bonds These wkteh v amount to 108010 I will deliver this SavingsBankBankWhen do you expect to beghi work r- on tho now Cbveo asked the Scimitar man Mr Oary If all goon well expects to start within the mouth sad I tkll1k M will promisoHow tote done I About twenty miles The levee ex tends from Hickmau Ky to tko high 4 ands of Lako county Tean aad la hilIMrworked hard to pick oat the moat reM t iblo location and to save was Tack f yardagp as possible It Is tho ANt levee a Tenucssco has over asked ay Federal assistance lu building but tko iwfMLla our case was imperative The 188119 an bonds I mentioned Is tko ateaey et the people of Lake county Vat 1 fcacdly think It will be sufflctoat to 81pl le the work In that caso we have asked the assistance of the Federal gema twent or tho MlsHisippl River Cc otmis fIsgristimportance tVery mock so The ooaatry whiff stiwtton tc and hcrotofero wo have be n a3 MM mercy of every Jreset Tory tnlsa + tent lenrpeH IrIMsaaalsucceed Just how loag It wiM ajido tho work I cant say bat It will Ilol pushed to tho utmostI 1 altrtho crops In his section of the coaatry were iu groat shapo and that the plant ers were feeling well satisfied ac the prospect of such a good price for cotton It Happened in a Drag Store mydrugstoremedicine that I dill not have In stock drugist pointed nod wanted to know what cough preparation I could recommend I said to her that I could freely recAmuiend Chamberlains Cough Remedy and that sho could take a bottle ot tho remedy noel after giving It a fair trial If she did not find it worth tho money to bring back tho bottlo and I would refund thQ prico paid In tho courso ot a day or two tho lady canto back In company with a friend in need of a cough medl cine and advised her to buy a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy I coo sider that a very good recommendation for the remedy It is for sale by Cow Kill GpvjKill Hickman and A M Shaw Stato Lino ay 1 WHAT D1CTAX FAVORS I + 1 I havo uij1 ideas of what civilization N should mean I want to see If it is your idea Somo people say that wo Dorao cruts are enemies of property It is not true I have a home I hope 1 may some time have a better one I would that i i every head of n family had a home and tho better tho homo tho happier I wonld bo I want property to bo tho reward of industry and I want every citizen to bo secure In tho enjoyment of tho proceeds of his toil I do not envy tho rich I am not desirous of pulling 1 down I want a civilization that make every Ixxh grog hopo tobo better oil and 4 relieves the rich man of tho fear that t liia children will bo trampled on If they over become poor I want u civllzatiou that embraces within its benefits every c1eserU11 member of society I do not want a civilization that will prevent a man from riding iu a carriage but I want a civilization that gives hope to tho driver of tho carriage as well as tlio uiau Uho rides iu it 1 want a civillza tioit that gives hope to the girl who works In tho kitchen as well as the ouo who sits in too parlor 1 waut a civil ization that malms lifo worth living to every human bolus Awl when I speak thus I am not au unselfish man 1 am sollish 1 do not know what may be my life in tho yens to como I do not know what will be tho lot of my children BUll it I dared to favor a system that helped tho few at tho expense of tho muuy my children may bo among Ibo utauy who will suffer rather than amoutf tho few who will profit by tho law A NKW remedy for biliousness is now ou sale at CuwGill Cw gills Hick oum and A M ShawtI tit State Line It is called Chnmbcrlaius Stomach and Liver Tablets It gives quick relief Bud will prevent tho attack if given as soon aa tho Unit indication of the disease ap guars Price 25o per box Sutaplcafree 1- t 10 t a jjrENINGS SHADOWSI i Dr Talmages Comforting Words to Those in Declining Years j Helpful ThoustliU SiiRgmtetl by the TnVltntlim lo UlirUl la Abide J Overnight In an OrlrntI- II IIIMlreII Copyright 1900 by Louis KlopschII In tits sermon Dr Tnlmage dill counts opou the invitation given toII Cliiist to stay over night in the orlentnl iiUtgo milt makes some consolatory t Mi gifctlons The text is Luke 24 29 Abide with us for it U toward eentt IIItt Two villagers having conbluded their t criind in Jerusalem have started out tit the city gate und arc on their WDI to Kmmaus the place of their resiI dence They go with n sad heart Jtms who hud been their admiration nile their joy had been basely maxKa crtd1 and entombed As with bud tnceI nod broken heart they puss on thdrt way n stranger accosts them Theyt tcl Him their anxieties nnd bitterness of soul lie in turn talks to themII mightily expounding the Scripture Her tluuws over then the fascination of in Itient conversation They forgot thet tile anti notice not the objects theyt jiasa and before they are aware hllnC dime up In front of their ionic They PAIIKC before the entrance awl attempt to persuade the stranger to tarry with them They press upon Him their hosc pitalities Night is cominiagtni and Het may meet a prowling wild beast or bet obliged to lie unsheltered from tben dew He cannot go much farther nown Why not stop there and continue their pUuinnt conversation They teHim by the arm and they insist upon His coming in addressing Him in the flwordsevening The lamps are lighted theu tabe is spread Jllcn lInt sociabilities ai r enkindled They rejoice In the pres eine of the stranger guest He askstJ a blesbing upon the bread they eat nnd He hands a piece to each SuddenlyI sd with overwhelming power tbee thought flashes upon the astonished ptrple it Is the Lord And ns they sit in irrutiilfKS wonder looking upon thell Jesus Herurrected body of Tc Interview ended He was gone of kith many of us It is a bright sun slitiy day of prosperity There is not n cloud In the sky net a leaf rustling in the forest No hill In the air But we cannot expect all this to last lie is not an Intelligent man who expects perpetual daylight of joy The suna will after awhile near the horizon Time shadows will lengthen While I speak many ot us stand in time very hour de scribed In the textMror it is toward evening The request of the text Slii appropriate for some In every com jaiUHJty For with them It Is toward l r tfiv evening of old age They luneI passed the meridian of Ufe They are fioiuctimes startled to think how old they are They do not however like 1otherlsuggest their approximation toward venerable appearance they say 11J Im not so old after all They do in deed notice that they cannot lift Iultefl as much as once They cannot wn kaq ite so fast They cannot read quite so well without spectacles They cannot so easily recover from a tOugh ortany occasional ailment They have lost their taste for merriment They are surprised atthe quick passage of the R year They say that it only seems but little while ago that they were boys- TlieyraregoingalittleI Ia down liili There i is something in their health something in their vision something in their N a walk something in1 their changing as sociations something abuse something beneath something within to reki mind them that it is toward evening Time great want of all such is to have Jesus abide with them It is a dismallt thing to be getting old wlthoutihe rejuvenating influence of religion When we stop on the down grade of life and t see that it dips to the verge of the cold river we want to behold some one near who will help us across it When the sight loses Its power to glance and gather up we need the faith that can Illum ine When we feel the failure of the ear we need the clear tones of that voice which In olden times broke up the silence of the deaf with cadences of mercy When the asmen of death hew 3oVii whole forests of strength and i beauty around us nod we are left in sol nude we need the dove of divine mercy to sing in our brunches When the shadows begin to fall and we feel that 1 the day Is far spent we need most of all to supplicate the beneficient Jesus in the prayer of the villagers Abide I eenlngIThe request of the text is an appropriate j exclamation for all those who ore approaching the gloomy hour of temptation There IK nothing easier than to be good nutured when every thing pleases or to be humble when j ii v there is nothing to puff us up or forgiv I i fag when we have not been assailed I 11 or honest when we have no induce ment to fraud Hut you have felt the I 1 grapple of some temptation Your nature I at some time quaked and groaned under the infernal force You felt that ftL devil was after you You saw i your Christian graces retreating You I ip feared that you would fall In the aw ful wrestle with sin nnd be thrown I Into the dust The gloom thickened The first Indications of the night were f treinbllugofyoursoulIn i j in all the surging up of tumultuous passions and excitements you felt with awful emphasis that It was toward evening lathe tempted hour ou need I to ask Jesus to abide with you You I can beat back the monster that would ii devour You can unhorse the sin thatI sharpenpt headpf helmeted abomination Who helped luul hnkc the brazen gated I heart of Fells Who acted like a good L ll a ll sailer when all the crew howled In the Mediterranean shipwreck Who helped the martyrs to be firm Then one word of recantation would have unfastened the withes of the stake ant put out the kindling fire When the night of the soul came on and all the denizens of darkness came riding upon the winde of perdition who gave strength to the soul Who gave calmness to the heart Who broke the Kjicll of Infernal enchantment He Who heard the request of the villligere Abide with us for It Is toward evening One of the forts of France was attacked and the outworks were taken before night The besieging army lay down thinking that there wan but little to do in the morning and that the sal dicey In the fort could be easily mode to surrender But during the night through a back stairs fthey escaped into the country In the morning the be 21irgln army sprang upon the battlement but found that their prey was gone So when we are assaulted by temptation there is always some secret stair Uy which we might get off God will not tnllotr us to be tempted shore what we nre able but with every temptation will bring n way of escape we may be ohms to bear it The prayer of the text Is npproprl tel all who are anticipating sor ow The greatest folly that ever grew on this planet is the tendency borrow trouble But there are when approaching sorrow is so that we need to be making II special preparations for its coming One of your children has lately be come a favorite The cry of thus strikes deeper Into the heartI the cry of all the others You more nbout it You give It attention not because it is any of a treasure than the others frnlllTherpeye you quite sure that the leaves of the ower ore going toe scattered The nursng and medical attend a sass are ineffectual The pulse be conies feeble the complexion lighter step weaker the laugh fainter No more romping for that one through hall and parlor The nursery is dark el by an approaching calamity The heart feels with mournful antici potion that the sun is golty down Night speeds on It Is toward even IngYou have long rejoiced In the earl a mother You have door every think to make her last days happy You have run with quick feet to wait iipoa her every want tier presence has been n perpetual blessing in the household But the fruit gatherers looking wistfully nt that tree llitr soul is ripe for Heaven The gates are ready to flash open for her entrance But your soul sinks at the thought of separation You cannot bear to think that soon you will be called to take the last look at that face which from the first hour has upon you with affection un changeable nut you see that life Is ebbing nnd the grave will soon hide her from your sight You sit quiet feel heavyhearted The light Is fading from the sky time air Is chill U towardenln You had a considerable estate and independent In five minutes OP ne talc balance sheet you could see just how you stood with the would nut there came complications some thing that you imagined impossible happened The best friend you had proved traitor to your interests A sudden crash of national misfortune prostrated your credit You may feel anxious about where you are stand fag and fear that the text turn of the commercial wheel wilt bring you prostrate You foresee what you con elder certain defalcation You think of the anguish of telling your friends that you are not worth a dollar You now not how you wilt ever bring your children home from school You how you will stand the sell ag of your library or the moving Into a plainer house The misfor tunes of jifc have accumulated You wonder what makes the sky so dark It in toward evening Trouble Is an apothecary that mixes- a great mnny drafts bitter nnd sour and nauseous and you must drink some one of them Trouble puts up a great many packs and you must carry some one of them There is no sandal M thick and well adjusted but some thorn will strike through It There is no sound so sweet but the undertakers screwdriver grates through It In this swift shuttle of the heart some of the threads must break The journey from Jerusalem to Kmmaus will soon be ended Our Bible our common sense our observ ation reiterate in tones that we can not mistake and tught not to disre gard it is toward evening Oh then for Jesus to abide with us He sweetens the cup He extracts the thorn He wipes the tear He hushes the tempest lie soothes the soul that flies to him for shelter Lei the night swoop and the Euroclydon toss the sea Let the thunders roll Soon nil will be well Christ In the ship to soothe Ills friends The words of the text are pertlnent to us all from the fact that we are rearing the evening of death I have heard It wild that we ought to live as though each moment were to oe our last I do not believe that the ory As far as preparation is concerned we ought always to be ready list we cannot always be thinking of death for we have duties In life that demand our attention When a man Is selling goods It is his bust ness to think of the bargain he Is making When a man Is pleading In the courts It is his duty to think of the interests jf his clients When a clerk Iis adding up accounts It Is his dutJtO keep ls mind upon the col umn of figures Tie Who fills up his Ute with hongbts cf death is far bring the highest style of Chris Ito I knew u innn whousedoftcn spy at right 1 wulU A nlght die before mcrnlag He lsS sari cn ile ndeU But there are times shleuiave can and ought to give ourselves te the contemplation of that solemn moment when to the soul tine ends andI eternity begins We must go through that one pass There Is no rounds bout way no bypath no circuitous route Ule we must and it will be to us n shameful occurrence or a tint of admirable behavior Our friends zany stretch out their hands to kec us back out no inipkintlon on them- part can hinder us They might offer large retainers but d nth would nol take the fee The breath will fail i and the ryes will close and the hear will stop You may hang the couch with gorgeous tapestry but what doe death care for bed curtains Youj may hang the room with tho finest works of art but what dOes death care for pictures 1 You may fill lie house with tho wntlings of a Widow jhood and orphanage does death mind weeping 1 This ought not to be n depressin- theme Who wants to live here forever The world has always treated me well and every day I feel less and less like scolding and complaining I but yet 1 would not want to make thli rev eternal residence I love to watcli j the clouds and to bathe my soul in the blue sea of aver but I expect when the flrmnment U rolled away as a scroll to see a new Heaven grander higher nnd more glorious You ought to be willing to exchange your body that has headaches and side aches and weaknesses innumerable that amp with the stone bruises or festers with the thorn or Jinnies on the funeral pyre of fevers for an Incorruptible body and an eye that blinks not be fore the jasper gates and the great white throne Hut between tluit ani this there is nn hour about which no man should be reckless cr foolhardy I doubt not your courage but I tell1 you that you wilt want something bet ter than n strong arm a good alma and trusty sword when you rome to you last battle You will need n better robe that any you have in your wanl I robe to keep you warm in that plawj Circumstances do not make so mud j difference It may be bright daj I when you push off front the plant or it may be dark nlght und while tli owl is hooting from the forest I may be spring and your soul may f out among the blossoms apple or chants swinging their censers in tbi way It zany be winter and the earth In a snow shroud It may be autunm and the forests set on tire by the n treating year dead nature laid out IIn state It may be with your wlft4 hand In your hand or you maybe In a strange hotel with a servant falthfvlj to time lust It may be In time rail teak shot oft the switch and tumbling IInj long reverberation down the embatM mentarasht crash 1 know not tV IidllJ1IIi I I one day Then hours three h urs two hours one hour Then only tin utes left five minutes four mlntXes three minutes two minutes one nln ute Then only seconds left four lee onds three seconds two seconds Inc second Gone The chapter of tfe endedl The book closed The puh s at rest The feet through with the journey The hands closed front all work No word on the lips lo breath In the nostrils Hair combed back to lie uudUhtrveled by any hu man hands The muscles still The nerves still The lungs still Tho tongue still All still You might pu the stethoscope to breast and hear noI sound You might put n itrumpet to the ear but you could no wake the deafness No motion NoI throb No life Still Stllll1 On earth with many of you tho evening is time happiest part of the 24 hours You gather about the stand You talk and laugh and ring You re count the day You plan for the mor row You have games and reporters Amid till the toll of the day that iis the goal for which you run and 01 you take out your wa ch or look at the descending sun you thrill with the thought that It is toward evening So death comes to the disciple Whit If the sun of life Is about to let1 Jesus Is the dnysprlng train on higt i the perpetual morning of every ran somed spirit What If the durkrem comes Tesusjis the light of the marl d and of Heaven What though thin earthlyI house docs crumble Jesus has prepared a house of nnny man lions Jesus Is the anchor tIt nlwatn holds Jesus Is the light that Is netr eclipsed Jesus is the fountain that is never exhausted Jesus Is the even ing star hung up nmid the gloom 0 the gathering night You are almost through with the abuse and backbiting of enetnir They will call you no more bye iil names Your good deeds will not longer be misinterpreted or your honor filched The troubles of earth wil end In the felicities of Heaven To ward evening The bereavements of earth will soon be lifted You wii not much longer stand pouring your i grief in the tomb like Rachel weepium- for her children or David mournin for Absalom Broken hearts lwun up Wounds healed Tears wiped away Sorrows terminated No more sounding of the dead march Toward evening Death will conic sweet ar slumber to the eyelids of the babe ai full rations to n starving soldier nt evening hour to the exhausted workman The sky will takon its sunset glow every uluud a fire psalm ever lake n glassy mirror the forest transflgired delicate mists climbing the air Your friends will nnnouucu It your pulses will bent It your Joy5 will ring It your lips will whisper It Toward evening eurnocJfer 1WILL SELL ITS PLANT Imrrlenn IIIMe Society to DUimir at Did Illlile Iloee unit Print lllltlra liT CoRlmol Tlir old lllble house at Fourth avemio al Nineteenth street the home of the American lllble society for nearly SdyearsisI o he eold rhiegrcatprintti in2 esioblMiraenl of coapyearsrbetween the Oxford and International IVUte eompanlot of Knglnnil hna teen la bitter that the buslncs lint become unprofitable Because of this compe tiion the receipts of the Americans Hi bit society have been reduced tram lf02720 In the fiscal year 159301 to JSO173S2 In the year just enthd The iuueft In 189301 were 1477C30 voiiitnei end In the year just olosed 1405801 copies were sent out The earlier stone of the Bible house was laid on June 21 1832 The property Isgprobably 1000000 During the last M years the American Bible society las Issued 07300300 copies of the Holy Scripture The society own 133 sets of stereotyped platt of the Jllble which are CGUnldored notable typo graphical works The society hat had he Bible tmaMated an printed in 03 different languages and dialects twang these are the following A ionic Slavonic Beval rVhonian Os manll Turkish Koordlch Axerbljnn- Vnctent Syria Urdu Cannrese 1abari Chinese Choctaw sad Zulu THE CENSUS COUNT rarlnlll Knptilly and Will He rinUtiril li flu Ltof October At the close of ofllce hours time oth er day the clerks of the census quite counted 12744818 of the population of the country The count Iis still 1000010Iwill engage in guessing contents an to the number of the population These persons alreadyl counted nre contained In the report I of 90943 enumerators which give nn average of 1427 to each etiumernlnr At one time time average win 1SOO naves to each tnumeratoi and It has been as low us 14M It may acreage or diminish There are MOOO enumeration districts In time United States and rale tinting the population on the basU of 1427 to inch gives a total of 73010000 Hut in the judgment of the officials the total will be between 78 0000000 and 6000000 YALES OLDEST GRADUATE Brmjsttnln It Sllllntnn Crlrtimtr lilt NlnrtrKltth Illrlliin and I a lltlll Vljiorou Benjamin D Slllinan the oldest living graduate of Yale college eele brated the other day his nlnetyflfth birthday nod his seventyfirst unimi r cary as a lawyer Mr Siliimnn Is at his country place in West Islip L I The old man does trot show his age He does not appear much over 70 and In still in active practice at time bar Last spring he argued A ease In time court of appeals which lie had success fully fought through the lower courts Mr Sllllman lives at Iierrcpont and Clinton streets In Brooklyn and Iis n courtly gentleman He boa not de parted imam the elegant manners of tie olden times and wrier he appears IaItetand courteous to his opponent himii I says IIs necessary In the battle ol life TUB MAKKKTS Cincinnati Oct f- lCATTLB Common 3 00 n1 3 00 Extra butcher 5 00 fJ 5 10 CAJNJRIxirn 6 75 II 7 00 HOGS Choice packer 5 33 Itl 40 Mixed packers 5 15 nt 5 30 8HKKI1 Choice 3 00 111 75 LAMBS Kxtriu Gl1i JP 5 50 FLOUU Spring pot 4 00 n 4 40 WIIKAT No S nil CI 78h- CORNNo S mixed Cn 20 OAr8No 2 J My BYFNo 2 5- 5IIAYIttat mixediiii u- 1OUKr 75 Mew J 12 15- LAUD St uutn 7 25 IHJrEHCh dairy 15 Choice jjromncry L 2ti- I to MILESG Ln to rlluuy o 00 u 2 25 1OTATOES Per brl 1 15 I 1 2S TOHACCO New 0 25 ft 7 53 OldII11M 00 1111 00 CHICAGO FLOUR Win patent a 00 4 10 VHKAT No 2 red 77 en 7rt- Vo 1 3 Hprlnir 734771s COKNiNo 2 toy ffl 4iy3- OATSVO a SS 11 M 22- KYE 11 II ai sv JOltJ ylejtn U a fi r10 J il LABI Steam 7 3Sfk 7 35 NEW YORK FLOUB Win patent 3 70 1 4 00 81m48SCORNo r0g23- BYK My 63dfOUK Family T17 UALT1MOHE WHKAT No a red 71 rr 73 Southern 70 fe 75ia CORN o 3 47 OATS No 2 3- CATTLK a mixedII 5 25 HOQS 0 05 INDIANAPOLIS 75ayCOIlV No 2 mixed a 41i OATS No 2 mixed L 2U4 LOU18V1LL- KFLOUIrWln patent 4 00 ft 430- WHKATNo 2 red 74 g 75 COUNMl 1d n H oMlsMlxcd g 21 POUk McHs t I IB0- 0rftun =States 2 7 23 1 E j n A gorgeous costumo lashed beneath tho brilliant lights of a ball room Tho queen of society is radiant tonight Tho nervous hands of a weak woman havo toiled day and night tho woary form and aching head havo known no rest for tho dross must be finished in time To that queen of society and for dressmaker wo would say a word Ono through hothouso culturo luxury and social excitement and tho other through tho toil of necessity may snmo day find their ailments acommon cause Nervous prostration excitability fainting spells dizzi nest sleeplessness loss of anpetito and strength all indicate serious trouble which has boon promoted by an overtaxed systemFor the society queen and tho dressmaker alike there is nothing so roliablo as Lydiu E IMnklmmH Vegetable Compound to restore strength vigor and happiness Mrs Lizzie Anderson 49 Union St Salem N J writes II DnxH MM PwitiiXU tI feel It U my duty to write and tell y u tow grateful 1 am to you for what your medicine has done forma Atooo into I suffered everything n wornim could I had Inflammation of tboIovaries falling of limo womb anti Icucorrhtca At times could not bold a sccdlo to MW Tho first dose of your Vegetable Compound helped mo o much that I kept on using It I have now taken six bottles and nra and obto to do my work I nlao ride a wheel and Scot no bad effects 011II lL I am thankful to the Giver of all good for giving you the wisdom 5000 W curing suffering women I recommend your toed Iclco to ovary woman troubled with any of tlicbo diseases Mrs Sarah Swedcr tOO W 0t St La Perte hid writes II DKAR Mna yxnut1t gives me great t pleasure to tell you how much good Lydia U teklwms vegetable Compound has done forme I had been a sufferer for years with female trouble 1 could not sew but a fame minutes at a Umo without suffering terribly with my head lly back and kidneys nl o troubled mo all tho time I was advlncd by n friend to take your meet iclnc I had no faith In It but decided to try U After taking one bottle I felt no much better that I continued Iits use and by tho time I had taken six bottles I was cured There in no other medicine for me I recommend it to all my friend REWARD eoaehetptkdban lb arouinenaeel the ietMnoalui keen- e are COtILUrjMlWiahlftf tie bant- lrpoeitd lib the Ntional oaoa iabkh will U pAid U Mr pc thetiha6ovs ItMiraoouU r not rrnutnr or were Mbiuiwd Ufon ebulcltg the vrUcn apedat jvtrmlwiotu LTPIA K PIMKMAM MSDICUS C c WALTHAM WATCHES The best pockett machines for keeping time that it is possible to make True Perfected American Walshair ttaslrtled hoi of Interesting Information about watchesf mill bs sent free upon request American Waltham Watch Company Waltham Mass rlNCHESTEReii GUN CATALOGUE FREE Tows all ales it MltH RRlss SlNIlms aid AMIIIKtI Send same and address on a postal now Dont delay I If you are IInterested 1 WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS COt1 WINCHESTER AVENUE NEW 11 AVEM CONN LIVE STOGK CULsWI will tuallb duplh sees of LIVE STOCK OUTS or car otker Cut shown lo any apes foes Hook at or below quoted prices for sanao AN KCLLOQQ NEWSPAPER CO 335 West 5ttt St Claclaaat 0 A RED HOT SELLERBe UM ItsI what ererybndy loulb Uil ftN Dr Swdr frlre Eatlprusaherendrn by Flry 11tpai- olIInu a ihVf I bdrranImIUnltttydt- nontrunrhuwworonanultanaLlll me proettorolWriu now fur l rcklller11 huw OtiunmtriU aagSTSILSQLawnlI5tatSMr duqInntuts SURE UURE Vnr BilliousnessDyspepsia Kidney and Live- rComplaints lots remedy has been blahlr recommended br some of our physicians of Cincinnati aa tilt Des Hnaedy rut OB tho market AITLY Wolf FRET SAMPLE Jr tie d XVertadir OoP 0 Boi 414 IMKJ Mils SU ClKlnuU 0 Jf fs y tjY t J 1 sQ tt e r e rt fICCIftMKKSI1HIM e 1F eFa tpIrr FROM ALL OVER THE STATE i oeo THE YOUTSEY TRIAL lumlge Uniilrlll ItdUfII II r flea of- MS lmfrnre fur n Iurllirr Con llnilnlicr of fir Cnms OWtfrtowii Kyl Oct 0fouro- eryolttul mornflUonce willedi Col k J Cruwford nn noun ml Hint n rvapMUH to tho Munitions sent to retehoxbutI Id no won lntml front Knox comity iiiul tho 110 frnwi unitI for morn time but Judge fun trfn staled Unit he thought ov ry IIIWIMH to obtain returns hnd not Iwvii rxhaiiBltHl by lire dpfoiwe The coiiimaiiwonlth hi1111 stmt on n irla unit Bio court ordered u jury to bo lugiatleutl Col Zion rtwtntctl a motion to quash tho Indictment ugnliiRt the iirisomT the ditriuo claiming1 it WII Invalid htionuM n properly eortlfluil rely hall not heel sent Hero mid nth W prowribtfd rates hud nut boon fol lowed The court overruled the mo I thenAn hJUt1UIdlkt xftltkivU contained n Ntntvtuent nn to what the miMing wllnonxes from IlroNthllt Mud Knox uounties would testify ThlH laI a donlnl of the testimony of Walter Un y and setn- that I the me In hurt by tho nbenc e of Twylor Mnley and othern- Thu drat Jury panel oonslntml of Robert Southwortli Jtd Worth S tnt Trlplutt Tno T Henry Thornns Alle AJvin Uroohln V W Earl 1jIII XiiHttdty n prohibition nod II rtlubIIr 11110IAfter thin presentation of the 11mI davlt the Mates attorneys retired fa conMiUutlon The defenses motion to quash the indictment mine an n bamlMtholl and for a time It looker1 an though It would be dune Commonwealth Attorney Frank Iln Minted thnt the record of the Scott circuit court faced to also that nn Indictment wax filed hens and nulad thnt they should be fixer up now A lung argument rnnued i Col Nelson alaluilng the rreord are not complete also that the judgtitcn- for ohun c of venue from the Frank llti clrnilt court pans never fliNt Judge Cantrill ruled thnt the Irrejj tilniltle are only technical and thu- bathe t ohj ctloii sire nut entttled to cOrutdarntian saw lie therefore otrrruled the amended motion to quash the ItulictnuMit The defence took exemption to the JI11Iduringdedde what parts of the nflldnvit giving nn outline of the testimony o mlMlng vtloeRftc should he adnilmuf bleIt WOK discovered during the nrgu moat that the record wore inlnslnp This IIN whist Bitrprlned the state and led Ntilnon to claim they were not Ikd The paper wens afterward found In the box with the Dnvl1 rec inlxplaeedWhenafter zoom the judge ruled that the nflldn sits showing the testimony which would bo then by absent wltnce CB presented by the defense shout t t ndmlKwahlc all depoMtlon stub jet to objections by the Mate The trurt then ordered flint n Jury be RC iMtcil nvprrnllng time defences ob juctlon e FOR THE WES- TKrntutk4llnera Ire IPiiVlliir Ilr Canal of tlir rrrmnl NtrlUr Klvr 311nrs Mllll Idle Cnrbln Ky Oct 8Fifty miiinu with tbcir fuinllle loft Jrillim for the wmxt to get work About ISO iiilntTH I lai nlready left the lollico and Coal C reek coal Ocldn and ninny arc lens fox Mlddlohboro IFive of the large inliicR In the Mid dleMboro district an Htlll idle and1 from prtttcnt IndlcntloiiM n uttlu niont IIs fur otT Tbo luau Hem Coal COH cmph nt CJ nt Jelllcu lire x till out The operators are trying to starve the mUll tutu accept Inp their turiu but the inlncnt say they w111 not work unlcflM their drinandN ore grant td At lolliio many of time fainllloH ore In actual want Nike Hoyn fib mi ArquUtnl Loxtngton 1Ky Oct aMlko Moy ytwho shot and killed It C 0 i llciijtunln limo noted Negro lawyer lIUIInoifdifensc lICvldunce showed thatt Do 11 jam In returned to tho booth arum I p cd after Moynahan hat benten hint tip with n pistol mid renewed tin trouble After tiring he ran and was abut front Inlilnd Italy Kalnlilliili Url flpliool Lexington Ky Oct QThe execu the eommitteu of the Presbyterian nynod of Kentucky will hold n meet lag Tuesday for the purpose of con sidering a plan for the tstabllnlunont of a college for girls wider the au plwYu of the church Coudiiflor print Soft Inuhnillc Ky Oct Bemuse the Loulnvllle Street Railway Co accused him of the abstraction of fivecent fares and discharged limn William T Hart n former conductor has flied gait for JflOOOOOtlimnge e IN THE LEGISLATURE A Hill to inks the 81rttr Hear the- Ixpruse tit Prliunry Klrftlou VII lcfenr iO to So Imntort Ky Oct I1ho senate Tuesday morning hy u vote of 21 tot 1C postponed conlderatlou of thin houy elections bill until Wednesday morning at II oclock Tha 1411 wn reported favorably by the cnnt com mittee oa MilTrngu nnj elsi tlon A mottos WUB made to take up the don ldr ratlon of the bill at once hut 1 it wu lost and the motion making it n special order lens uirritui Konntnr Harrol ald his wanted the senate hill con horClI first 1hrnukfort Ky Oct 4tThe house Wednesday morning adopted n ruHolu thou to attend the Lexington trotting rooe in n body Thursday A resolu ton providing for printing and dis tributing 80000 copies of the election 1law and Instruction to voters to bo prepared by the attorney general noel eorotnry of state flan adopted rite house then hind fun with Itcprexenta the tinder of Howling Green who jllH WtfdnraMlny to wed Mis Knther UnrryII Stmpxon enco byiI I i responded thanking the house for its I manlf tatlon in hhtheltelf- Flnttktorl Ky Oct IUpon the I convening of the senate Thnr day morning at 8 oclock Senator JohnI resalerI i tIlion which provided lor nine die ad amendyIt so as to adjorun next Wednes led October 10 Senator Simons republican moved to amend by proI riding that when the bills under con Mderutlon are acted upon but not later than October 20 Senator Wat houserI bill was fair It deprived the election hoards of the judicial power and that power WI1II toe chief objection to time Ooebol law Therefore It the senate wonted to accept this fair measure It could do MO by next Wednesday adw journ next WcdneMlny Senator Cren nhaw democratpopullt moved na a substitute Uiat If the nenate should remain In session longer than Wexl Indit vidual expense of the mejnbcr The vote era taken on this Howard amend meat The democrat voted against It and the republicans filibustered by rcftinlng to rote and then breaking a quorum The resolution thus t1rop- l1ttllntol 1ho onler of the day Frankfort Ky Oct 0 Senator rejolutlonlo ajjourn nine die October 10 Alter chargingtilegislattlon Frazlerft rrolutlon flan made a special order for Wcdncxday Senator Piiryeurri bill to make the ntate bear the expense of primary elections wn defeated by a vote of 20 to 3- House bill 19 wan passed by the Hcnntv and liouso bill IB which is the main bill was then token up KNEW HER ASSAILANT IThf Womnn llnrrrver DId Without Itrvrallnir 111 a ac Mnuy Itriltlrurrn llurulnrlird Hnrrodsburg Ky OctIA lair glar entered the home of size Mos by nnd when she awoke and raised up in tied the intruder struck her over the head and then choked her sd billy that she died the next morn- Ing from the effects of the rough treatment Neighbors who heard tho seuflle collie to the door and the bur glar escaped through the window by which he hail grained entrance rsAfer reviving the woman stated slit knew the burglar lit was afraid to tell who It wan and died without revealing hIli name The coroner Jury returned a verdict of murder against unknown parties No less than 10 residcnccM have beep burglarized her the past month Ills Skull Wim CruHrl Frankfort Ky Out BHle body tif Klsle Woodslde which was found Hunting In the river last Sunday was exhumed by the authorities amid phy xlclaus who examined It found that the skull hind been fractured and other cvldenccH of foul ploy WOOl side had 35 when he sums here to attend the street fair The fact that he had 1i120 in lila pockets when found dead in the river indicates that robbery was not the object Wood sides brothers mire confident ho was the victim of foul play Plttftlmruli Vole Ilrj London Ky Oct Htin election wan held at Pittsburgh thin county on the local option question und vat ed dry by a majority of twenty votes Abbott Trot uii Exhibition Mile Lexington Ky Oct 5Shine Abbott driven by Bet Geers trotted an exhibition mile Thursday morning h 034 equaling his record The first half was covered in ltI1Y and the middle half mile IIn 100 The feat was applauded Kentucky lotninlerWashington Oct 3 Fourthclass postmasters appointed In Kentucky a follows 1lmtrp Franklin county J cmmtyWcounty MMI Sbnnka I n 1 I JEALOUS MANS DEED Shoots nnl Kill Ills rRrnPlllllr npI Srrluii l Wotinil III 1111111 lit ColUHlllllIf In Columbia 1a Oct OWm Moot of Norfolk Vn Monday ijyenlng tilar and killed Mile Alberta n with whom he was traveling about thin country nUll c1n1lg roU9J tfnitllU ed MrH Kllznbttli Stolubniier wlUI whom time couple bonrdefl tllc f11l burls whose reul jnam tens Anna Furlong tons ai years old Moot V+ M Her home wax lu ChjcagO 31I+ b njH die hilt a husbajid n hotfll man 1nntl a son named llrcnnun living n t yptfago lit Dover Del lhQY fend lilU t1 traveling froth place to jllucc and ti tho pant couple of inontliH have 111d palmlNtry oIlIceH In Lancaster 1I I Columbia Lately Moot had buotim o very jealous of the woman and Mon day evening miller drinking nil tIsy went to their roots and had un nltr atton with her Mr Stehibaiturjflth tempted to pacify them wllerUl e Moot begun to flro from n 32onl lst tottkrOoorI anti another In her bend nnd Mile Alberta was shot three lines In to head anti I hinxt She lied Inatn fly Mrs Stelnlwiuer wan taken to the Ipltal Moot surrendered nUll tnU tll oolly of the murder regretting dt IJ1MnhtAMERICANS WERE CAPTURED Condrmallotr of K porl Itrcrl r l- Im MI nn MnoArlliur mill Aura ICenipff Manila Oct 5 via HongKong1 ct- 11ho report of the cnpijire of about CO men of tho 20th United States In fantry on Marinduquc iHland In cpa finned through communlcntion frq MacArthur oDd KempIT from Mann j duque island but details are lacking The York onR relief column landedI at Torrljos on the Marinduque cost und marched to Santa Cruz whichI tnpItmelli enemy or learning anything delini t regarding tine captive except tliat they hind entirely disappeared Mar induque iN a small Island within 40 miles of Lueon It isi j08 lbie that the rebels hove conveyed the cnirtlveii to Luzon DRAMATIC INCIDENT I An Axnl flan on Trial Chnrttrd With lVlunluun Aeulh Shouts himself In Court e Ucnnlngton tot Oritd1fi dramntlo Incident otCllrrrol iu the I munlclial court room Monday when I Dennis Mr lllnckmer who was being arraigned on the charge of feloniou- uasatilt on u 10yearold girl rose iin his seat and shot himself in the fore head inflicting n wound which willI undoubtedly cause bin death Mr lllnckmer IH n wellknown resi dent of licnnlngton IIs CU years of age cold married He was a membrr of the 1st Vermont cavalry during the civil war and watt adjutant gen cral of the G A 1L of Vermont nadci Department Commnnder Puffer OCR Gardner Outiiuliitnl Loulnvllle Kj Oct DJJae Snlll van out point id Oscar Gardner for II rounds of what was to have been i 2O round bout nt Music hall Monday night Gardner refused to go on for the 1MU round claiming a foul whirb the referee refused to allow Tin rvfcreo gave tho declnion to Knlllvnn The men fought nt 124 pounds before the Nonpareil Athletic club Ilot to Kill the Shah Constantinople Oct IIrho Turk- Ish pojicehnve discovered thnt u plot existed among n Persian sect here known us Itabinte to kill the shah of Persia while the latter wax visltinjr the miltan Thirty of thin sect hnvf been arrested Ono of their numlicr was the assassin of the late hull Jninra FltihitrrU ItrnrrmtPiI Liverpool Oct 9James Fittliar rill the Phoenix Park murderer known nn Stin the Goat was rearrested hero Monday evening for tail lug to report hiniKclf under time ttrm of his prison release HCOIIHO It i probable that he will be only tt m porarlly detained tnallllflatr restsl Poplar fluff Mo Oct fIWlllinl Goodwin poMtmaRter at Attic Oregon county was n ITCH ted Monday ohargiU with rifling registered utters ilk alleged pilferiiigH will amount to tin 1000 Ho was held lto ainmil trial in the federal court at St Louis by the United States cominlRsInnnr here Alaluiiiiiin Coal Output Ulriuiuglinm Ala Oct UState Mine Inspector J1el Hooper oi thin city IsliinutiS tliat taU coal out put of Alabama fur this y tmr gill up proxlmnto 0000000 tonM an Incrcast over host years produotion of 1J30 OlIO tons Plot IltnLov reil UniKKclH Oct 91he lolled here hive iliscovcrcd n plot against the lift of Prince Albert nail have under or root six anarchista among them tint names Pcnchot who belonged to the same gang nil Sipldo time wouldbe ISIsussln of the Prince of Wales haulWoHhlngtonOot 0Seerctnryloot who for Rome weckM past has been ill at bin Long Ifclund home 1is expected back nt dtisdeakl Wed lcla The sec rctnry is reported Ito be improved in health ClitnntXoitthequnrr dlsayattCei Americaare ru I 101111 Heee scaute dyipcpa ronollllt1iGn blood liver and stomach t LuLtUtl1lh retlinI phtla J OIteUer1 Stomaea HlllerII I Irolmlilr Xol I K ytt dear my husband U a doctor u4t iortly fellow but anlullj alutntII IIJtdIi AdaIndcedtOtly cueII caretmy IU Hand naked me to put out mIurnurtVIl againr1 elsr j IJmaner what ails you headache to a fancrr will yourWII put help nature I tutr I oY without a gripe or win produce 11 1 natural mavemtnts loot you just 10 crnti to start letting your health ukI putyt lumpedj on it Beware of imitations Incnunlacneyrnan over there with tile j whit scarfaae 1hts the fellow we met at the lasers trrdcy wow telling thin wile of the paneener VhttlsthemaUerwttSbimnowI The doeter tell hlmTic was going to die Indianapolis SunII It Itmlurril Her EJcbrOftISome time ajto Mr Alfred 11 Venrich of111 Sorth lIt II Street Philadelphia lt wrote I sill Jots of your Lotion Fear tattles of it have cured a young lady of pare Hyelido with which she has been af lifted since childhood tt restored her M rows also which had aHen off It is ctsarkaUe case Man more cures equal of3talnmerai i Inderrul healers and beautifies known Elmers Lotion Soap tIOU14UII all the Mocmal properties of the Lotion and in ill rues should be used in connection with it in preference to ary other soap If your drugcwt dont ktdp it send his name to Solon Palmer T4 1eari Street New York and receive free pamphlet of monists and temple of Lotion or Soap Gratitudeto trulI dwhybanntDry joods Ulerk Oh Maud can ouIIj have forgotten met 1 sand your life at j seawde last summer r warmlrWhr of course youodCYo may give me two yards of I this ribbon pleaw Boston Journal SHOWINGeAT TIlE PARIS EXPOSITION Following nn extract from n letttr recently written by lr WmlI 31111s Iof California while In Paris In charge I of the Southern Pacific Company ex ihlblt at the Exposition It is remarkable for two reasons first os evidence lof the great Interest which Is every where manifested In that wonderful ante also for the valuable informa tion It contains and for which it Is herot JL producedParts July 19th7too- Thuf panorama picture of the MarIposa drove Ils admitted by all Including ph altojerapher to be the most wonderful ph lorraphlc reproduction that has ever been m dr Only yesterday a Commllle rep Asas laUon of France to I1r1 t n visited the otnce They were n charge of theft President who la th- largest e individual fruit grower Jn ta UlUII tration of the Industrial dition under which our fruit Iii grown 1 explained to them fully the prolific char acter of our cllmale and by pictures and Illustrations showed them that we had a full crop every year that our danger was from overbearing that In no Instance had we missed two crop In succession from any cause You will carcely understand the Intense Interest of thlll In terview until It Is explained that this ErultQrowlng Association practices fruit culture In two ways wallculture and cultivating under glass l forego French designations The outdoor cultivation of trult In France Is extrahaznrdou and II- IIt being superseded by the artificial means of wall and glass The gentlemen who were here Teeter that the most profitable cultivation was that wherein all the fac lore of success were In the hands of the cultivator I have used this argument many times for the promotion of the policy of irrigation I have said that when the moisture can be controlled both with ref erence to moisture and draInage chIIzedII culture will have been achieved that point only It becomes an art but ii where natural conditions are depended upon and are not under the control of man the cultivation has not risen to the dignity of an art Its main factors are at the hazard of chance Wien I explained however the condi dons under which fruit was grown In California It became apparent both to my self and my auditors that the natural conditions In California are as nearly perfect for the production of fruit as It Is possible to be and that at all events there are economies with us which will give us the fruit markets of the world You may accept this conclusion as demonstrated by our exhibit and observation here California La hereafter to be the orchard of the world for reasons which will be more easily made apparent in a personal Interview The reason for the foregoing narration I will now present exhausted the Interest ot the exhlbiln shswing the fruits the plneapjile the dates the prunes the peaches the pears the ap plea time vegetables in all their varieties etc The day Will extremely hot nnd the In terview had become monotonous I called the company Into nn attitude in which they could get n good view of the tan emma of the great tree grove I have never heard more genuine expressions of surprise and admiration The President of the Association a man of IKr m rtnllty and dignity of character said through the Interpreter to me that the picture was the most beautiful presentation of a for I est he had ever seen and the forest was tho moat beautiful of any that had ever been shown abroad The forest as ex I pressed In that picture is Infinitely su periorto any forestry expression possible largest pine tree I raw In tier man was lUll than twentyfour inches In diameter and not to exceed srvcntynve r elllhl feet hIgh After what we had void them of the favoring conditions of climate xnfl roll we Introduced them Into the heart of ono of our grenti t forests bythe best representation which ran be Placed upon paper You can have no edemltinte conception of how It broadened and dignified and ennobled our state WE- bad shown them panorama pictures pIc- tures of prune orchards In bloom pic lures of orchards one of which Is a mat marvelous presentation the 11110ramn Itself being six feet by fourteen lr toea high and reprrllenllnt ttve hUrl1rla rees of prune orchard we had shown them twentyone square miles In one panorama or a fruit orchard In VRI Vallc large had shown them large fruits and Vti ctable and all these thine had appealed to hem I exceptional The panorama of the great forests of California including the greatest trees In the State conrrrcll upon the entire exhiUt proba blllty and confirmation i The Retort Courteous t rIIir offer iiJarber Well minter this is a free coun try and ii dont Ilk it that way why iloijtyouthew tit off ynuriclf flJOstou Post cow n A LAWYERS READY ANSWER In Which lie Reflected Credit Uposi- HI Client ms Well to lllnmeir An eminent lawyer one of the molt em- Inent in the United states was in the midst of an argument before the supreme court in defense of the patent rigbis of his client to a newfangled collar button that was being unlawfully manufactured by the people on the other eWe of the cave The distin guished counsel was describing the patent referred to and its many advantages 16 the Kansas Oily Journal whenfudge Shires interrupted him and in a most seri ous manner observed I should like to ask the learned counsel if his client manufactures a collar button that wont roll under the bed Of course the court was shocked Some young people in the seats rewrved for spectators tittered and the marshal rapping on his desk with his gavel roared Whence in this honorable court The eminent counsel maintained his gravity aithough his soul must have been deeply stirred and had presence of mind enough to turn the in cident to his own advantage saying with emphasis 1 have the honor to inform the court that the collar button manufactured by my client iu unique in that as well If in other respects but my client would not be no selfish as to patent so important a bene fit to mankind One on the Clerk He thrust the sealed letter through the window and put down two cents Wall what do you want asked the grufflyAn please he replied iweetljvPkiladeiphki Xorth Amerltan tCbicagoDHalls Cntnrrh Care Is taken internally Price 75o TIll sweet to kiuIo is Kiime Gum to chew Misrepresenting and exaggerating are simple Jlying Atchuon Globe Thirty Always Bwglit rrwill buy them that 5 cents will buy three You idea how Virginia Cheroots centst Consumption prescribe cent Bulls Carters Must Signaturo of See Wrapper Delow IVUJ FOR FOR BIUOUSHESS FOR TORPID FOR COKSTIPATIOH FOR FOR THE COMPLEXION pegetxDl HO FORU IO oyes tu Tilt CUltrdnoldu 1010IiI nation about i ear IecB barlbrn IrtnallnulnldMroaup I M tliNntIAIIrOklDlL npYlio0yMp I j rnc nook UHlmonUI n4 111 il I Sir UllOttsYuaet4maasU I 1 A CONGRESSMAN ingtOared of Oatanh of Long taD CxCongrciEtnan A T Ooouwyn j xongrfAMnan A T Goodwyn from Alabama the following letter The Ieruna Medicine 0 Gentlemen I hive now used two hot I ties of Ieruna and nm a Well man today I could feel the good of your medicinet I JlufiarlngII remedy linn been discovered by Dr Hart I hlrtnent men have came to know Its vrrtMes and are masking public utterance on the subject To save the ountr we mutt people To pave the people we inns pro 6 tect them from disease The disease that Is at once the prevalent and ctobbarn of cure iis catarrh Public men of par ties recognize in Itmna a national catarrh remedy ot untqnaled merit Send to Dr Hartman Columbus Ohio for a free book on catarrh r For Infants fuel Children 00 I I Bears1uTheFarSliatnnOver Yearn Oft 4Shia Kind You Norm TMC CCNTAUH COUrOHT TT sUraar HKtCTHtX tttUH OTT rrrrrrr r ra threewIf you l r I OldVirginia Cheroots and smoke today you willet the greatest amount of comfort and = satisfaction in a smoke and get times over J = = havent any good they trythemI = N Three hundred trillion Old smoked year your owa dealer Price 3 for 5 PILLS Dr1BI1sOoagh Syr3IPConquersMothers praise It Doctors blt Got only Dr T1h1s 1 Ptr 5Dr PU1 cure CoasUpaUoa Fifty pink to da Trial box S eta ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Little Liver Pills Boar FecSlmlle I ItI IfCAKTERS EVER 1- 1Qllckfmrore HEADACHE DIZZINESS rca LIVER SALLOW 081WLrrt YYtt alrl- a IJiIParci17 CURE SICK HEADACHEI OKLAKOIMAT OOOUOO nrrripr lard wauuts- atrcn6 par ttI01YJ than1andr Ont site cope addrrUickraoxulillLaiIYOrSki nasal III DROPSY quick telletnd runaant of tnatmrat I are AUMtlkU t writes Co Columbu effects of sale- the mot all 9 1 it this Ask SKIM ICHI MOro 1DoubeoubeDaily Service New lino via rockI DubuqueWaterloo l Iot a mil Council IIIIUa IUiflet I IIhmnmakluI i copy of Picture and Notes EnRoulo IUustrat1 Window1Ticketsunto AUUAN80NOlACUlcaeo Dessert for ToDay You need not worry about it if you have cupboardOnlystand away to cool to secure the most deli clout jolly Absolutely pure gelatine sugar and fruit flavors Flavors Lemon orange raspberry strawberry wild cberryf peiieh also unflavored ealfsfoot for wine anir offec jelly Your grocer sells it READERS OP THIS PAVER OESltllNQ TO IJtV ANYTUIXQ ADVKUTISKD IN ITS SHOULD INSIST UPON ALL WHAT SUBSTITUTES T1IKY ASK COLUtNItII I ROPE ROOFINGIncludedaubatltutsaforpFur Munlllu aLaoaag Co UAUUUN A J PISO satWnth tJTrop TutwOood Oho tJKiW sots br drmuttu CONSUMPTION A N KK 1834 ADVEBTISEBIIoat 7 w- o tr t 111f j C r THE HICKMAN COURIER y cargo Warren I HIOKMAN KY FRIDAY OCT 12 1000 JUDGE TARVIN t Hickman Saturday Oct 13thI Judge James P Tarvin of Covington i Ky regarded 03 ono of the ablest pubI lie speakers in Kentucky will add the people at City Hall in IIickma- Saturday Oct 13th nt 2 oclock p m on tho issues of tho National and Statoi 1t 1campaign in support of Bryan and Sic t venson All tho people ladies unit go- II tlemen are respectfully invited to nt tend and to givo n fair hearing I rWo defy any house in Weston- ontuclcy or Tennessee to sell good- cheaper than we GORE Co Cayoo Ky I t dTHE NEXT AITUHTIOXMEXT Tho coming in of the census from tho States suggests the matter of l the now apportionment of tho mombo- ll of tho Houso of Representatives As tho population will show a largo in r crease It will be necessary either to in crease tho basis of representation or to t increase the number of tho members of the House Tho present brsis w ono Representative for 17390 of population Experience lead to tho cojclusiou that the ratio and the number of Represent atives will both be increased t tIatentMonopolies j If the Republicans were really sear ing for n good trust a monopoly that had some justification for existing they might find it in tho monopoly that Otis cs from a patent granted by tho Government to an inventor eocouraJeimprovement II ConIstitution of tho United States declares that Congress shall havo power to promote I the progress of science and tbo useful arts by securing fog limited times to authors and inventors the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries UOURKE CUC II RANS REASONS I J jjBourkeCochran gives tho following reasons for supporting Mr Bryan 1 1 Because It is tho only way to make opposition to imperialism effective 2 Because voting a third ticket would be cquivaleut to absentation pollsSimperialism is the domi 1 nant issue 4 Because the election will settle tbo l r question irrevocably 5 Because Bryans election will put a quietus on the imperialistic adven ture 0 Because no presidential election decide more than one question f 7 Becar o Bryan is honesta8 SeBryan has robbed tho attack on thb republic of its disguise and forced a light in the openEI I 9 Because capacity to deal with the issues of 1003 and loot can be best evi j denced by meeting intelligently the is sues of 1000 y10 I lWhy He Is For BryanI itI fCynthiana Democrat t I Mr J M Lyter of Rooinson called l lnttho Democrat office Tuesday to renew i l f I heIi t II- MIf knowfYes si11 he responded never voted any othe trinket in a presidential race in my life I voted for McKinloy in UteIIt I country am going to vote for Bryan In November rho reason Well the trusts aro enough to settle me I am a farmer and I can feel tho weight of tho trusts in every thing I buy Now I want to fence my- place for instance but the price of wire II hM been boosted so high br the trust that I cant touch it No sir I am forI t Bryan The Republicans had every op portunity to right tho wrong and they have not done it I dont believe they ever will II Mr Lyter Is ono of the most i I countyi1 1Tunlist of Democratic war heroes J will compare very favorably with that of tho heroes of tho Republican faith Ir will bo found by anybody anxious to pur sue this lino of inquiry There ro on i sign Bagley the first man killed at Car denas Lieutenant Hobson who ran tho i1 gauntlet at Santiago Gen Lawton Gen Joe Wheeler Gen Fitzhugh Leo Admiral Dewey and Admiral Sohloy As against this may bo put Roosevelt 7who captured Cuba and shot down two L ilSpnnlards tho fro eating Fnnston Ad Sampson and Gen Alger r THE young men of tho United States nays an exchange are by tremendous 11 odds the greatest sufferers from tho evil ot trust dominance The inevitable ef feet of monopolistic combination in to elfotII ipractically aiposslble a ftfonngI man no matter what his training A and natural ability to establish n I business of his own to which ho can i look with reasonablo confidence for support and independence Tho best ho can hope for is to hvo his life through r ai an employe of some trust giving to the monopoly tho best efforts of his t1 prime with no promise of proportional oI benefit to himself in old ago Tho yokoI toscrvitude u placed on tho necks ofI young American men by theso evil Mom bines never to bo removed until they thrown out of employmentDO os I old to be worth oven the poorest plt1I tajco of ti wage r r ICIh t l I COllncll lrcllllN HICKMAN KY Oct 8 1900 Council mot in called session Pros ont Mayor Dillon Councilmen Yearn Brovard Beckman Cowgill and Davis Minutes of last regular mooting were read and on motion approved and signedTho following accounts wero present ed and on motion allowed and cheeks ordered issued for tho amounts Cowgill fc Cowgill to aint paid by then for sonar Alpo for city sdesl freight S107HO bynhim for sewer plpo for city Iloss freight 10010 Tom Dillon jr to street posy roll 87000 electric light play roll materinlnand building aI hose houses 87500 Stanley Electric Cot transformers SHUO Illinois Electric Co 10 street hoods S2310 electric supplies 1040i 3freighton above supplies 721l 1 pair climbers and express on same 8203 K137B1 II F Reinloy police judge to cost in trial of city vs Em Crabb 8260 vs Jonnie Hooker 2W LOU The City Clerk reported ho had issued- s check to O B Travis for JOOJCJ freight on sewer pipe having been instructed to somerwas approved by the Council Tho City Treasurer presented the fol lowing report for Sept 1WX- QKVKIUL VCtSlTi ACCOUNT To bal per August report 8102378 nmt ipaid in by 11 C Holm 4275 amt paid in by T Dillon jr 50000 F1 iC0G1 By checks paid in September 57002 Bal to credit this account i809GJ51 WATER AJTD WonT dose ACCOUNT To hal per August report 114209 1 amt paid in by T Dillon jr G142S 81G5CJ17 By interest paid oil bonds 00000 Bal to credit this account t 05077 airy HALL ACCOUYT To bal per August report 811100 It amt paid in by II aHelm 2707 H01C By interest paid on bonds 600 81341CNoWo JOHXBOX O T The Supt of Water and Light plant SeptomboqBal1 in treasury Sept 1st 51 87 Amt collected during Sept 21875 27002 Amt paid out in Sept 23042 Bal in treasury Oct 1st 3120 TOM DILLOH JR Supt The foregoing reports were read and on motion approved and ordered tiled Clerkshands pipetoI HaganOnthe Clerk was instructed to notify tho City Treasurer to call in 100 of City Hall bonds and payoff same The Clerk reported he had executed nd delivered to A J Clay well deed for north half of lot No 1C3 in City Cem SuptDillonssame Tho following assessment list of vain ntions of the banlwin this city was furnished the Council by tho State Board clerkSBank 81950540 Hickman Bank US 88910 The list was ordered spread upon the records and tiled Tho Ilickman Bank having paid their tax on above assessed value on motion tho Clerk was instructed to notify the Farmers and Merchants Bank that their tax is now duo and that same must be paid at onco adjournedAttest Clerk LOCAL NEWS DrugsGrocorlGoat Uo Cayce Ky Reuben Ovorstreot of Wickliffo was run over by a train at Memphis Satur day night nnd got both legs cut off lieway curried to tho railroad hospital but died in n little while Fat sprains swellings and lameness there is nothing so food ns Chamber byOowgillSlmw State Line Ky Start tho agitation for good roads and keel it going They bring bDln noss They are a necessity Our mer chants especially should become inter ested in tho goal roads question Saltkeptand wont puck or got hard Gone Co Cayco Ky Esquire Jus W Mnycs was elected Magistrate of tho county in 01 and surv ey continuously in that olllce over since with tho exception of ono term The Courier hopes ho will continuo in the of lieu ad Jnllnltum Plow Points hocKhoDyersburgelectric lights now being auitatcd for Tiptonville There is no question but that this plant will be built within the willhnvoLako County Press Dont imagine because you havo un overylxxlyknows populllUonis tiroindverI tredoIdistnctIWIIEV you have no appetite do not relish your food and feel lull after cat ing you may know that you need a dose of Chamberlains Stomach suit Liver Tablets Price 25c Samples tree nt Cowgill Cowgills Hickman and A M Sjhawfl State Line rv M 1- f I LT f i New Goods I vi I take pleasure in announcing In the trade the arrival ol my t I fIf 1 1 i aIId W1atar Sl oc 1 1 t t will otter as good selection 09 can he found r 11Ollel 1 y tt anywhere You new not send oil fur I f LatE1 Styles and Low Prices I F f i giveit f v BAnGAINS Inv W i InI1 J I Jwith any IIr goods in this section Most goods have ndvanacHl Iin prin fati r 1iIIgive everybody the INSIDE PHIOKI on nnytiiiiift in tmyI Stock II you will r Arr m A FI I 5Jfm1 I van make butter selections before thn stock is hrokenitThollk 1111 for past favofr Iium respectfullyI t VT CwMEairidRCathisI I i1 = T 0 0 f Stove Boards Pipes HI I Nie si IJ qqJust i EAT received a large supply of HeatUU H ing Stoves coal and WoodI Call and sec themIf t1t1Also I remember we are sole ngcntsj E famous1 i iM w WILSON fi y EATER r IIij i Will burn anything that looks like wood r So smoke no ashes less wooland1 more heat than any IIIiIi stove Come made and see them otherII t i L P W S ELLISON f Coal Vases Coal Scuttles J1 I LIL Ir Z= Z II IZI Z z STEED PROCESS M P Depoy of Indianapolis Ind has invented process after thirtytwo years of study and experiments that will revolutionize tho manufacture of stool says a special from that city lo tho Now York j Son With tho now process tho invoat I or says any pleco of steel may have liMi tensile strength increased from 4U to 75 per cent It can be made KO hard that no tool will scratch it and only n din mond can IMS used to out it Yet it con not bo cracked or broken by impact The harder the steel is made tho greater its its tensile strength becomes Railroad men say that according to his representations Dopey has discovered tho vory timing that railroads have been searching for in vain for years n nro cess by which steel rails can bo harden hflllYtrainiJcrack easily Evcrjr opportunity will Iis given him to maW practical tests of his process and ho will ho aided by tho rail roads in his experiments U 0 of Mr Loioy experiment wn the manufacture of a razor from a rise nail of tho 20 penny size It was tli i rondo Into knife form ground mid IJIu tempered and it has been used in slmv lug with as much success us tho bot razor manufactured 10VEUNOR UKADLEY AS A MOIL EILN PKOlIIET III any ono of tho departments may infringe upon tho privileges of the other tho result must inevitably lx dtat Irons Suppose the Clenvnil Assembly should enact n law declaring all jndg Ul1vjudgfl1cJUt todisperseIeglsltorellI ernors onlers should not bo obeyed can any sane man doubt that anarchy mid revolution would bo the natural and uu frontsGovssombly of 1808 ii i Machine Hialrlng OynBUCKSnuythluJInj Wants For Sale For Ront Lot tllIjCourier rMKXEK KILLS HIMSELF InlWisconsin to Arold a WeililiDg- Th I Thought of Hann lo Stand up al i the later Unnerved Him and Iho Crazy fool Died MRwnukee Oct 5Frank Whilebond a Whitewater farmer killed himself utter than get married Whltahead wins engaged to Mfcw LUllo L4jrler and this was to have boon the uddlnlC day Tho proapcoUvo groom liitd ordered a now outfit of fiirnlUiro for thut house nnd everything was In roadi liK for the croromony The furniture dealor Is also nn undor taker and os ho was loading ho furni tore got word to n Collin Whlto rii d had shut hhnJCfr to death The na i had leers nervoas IJWXIUHO of ho Hi roaohlng event nnd m roafon 1 Irtown In for his self destruction oxcop froM fright+ ovorIJUt wedding ccromoiy He loft nothing to acroiMt for iris no Los Uu said M ono of iris farm Isdt- mti ho would givo nnyvhlng if ho coold tit out of tho coromoiiy lH ho did no rd that ho uonld stand up mid IMI nat n l 11001110rho brought to Hoary Taylor the father of tho undo rant was to Ito who couiiimtilonUtd It lo 1115i daughter Mss Taylor falnUtd uid prostrated by the 511001- cWhrliohesld was a llnxwrnus furltlur ad both his fondly und unit ot ftllw Taylor are wealthy Tliu pantitf on ich side brad ready a chock of 811 J ns ai of tho wedding prwenln Tho uou plo hnd been engaged for nlioul a your nd the iiatoli neeined to bun happy Our o ovary re lOOt Keys Appointments lIon nUll Keys Populist total opixwl lion uoininoo to Wlieelorluui tho follow log appointment Moscow Ilk knian county Saturday October 20 Cnyco Fulton conuty Monday Oo totter 22 Alexander Fulton county Tnt day October 21 Dn WALTCB T UOIIKRTS IB the sacra iHt DomocnUio candidate for Governor jof Kentucky this year His name on tlio Bullet will be under the device of a flAmluK torch 1 IElectio Notice C HAWKIV et al i- to Onlor Petition ex purl This day earns J C HnwkiM sod others petittenm by wtiornuy aid m tend a motion to tare their pQtHtnii filed nuking for nn uluatlon to lo order ed held In voting prvelnet No 8 In Fulton county Ky on the quwttoti of whether or not Iwg fthoukt Iw porwtt ted to rau At largo lit said prealnot nt tho regular olcotlon to bo held on No vember Otis 1000 which WM tiled in this court on the 4th day of September 1000 fifed at Urn regular terns and of record end that said election nfnrwoiM to be ordered hoW And the Court be lug satbfal that said ixWittow lord bnregularly filed In slits Court more than 60 days Imforn the date of the regular elvction to bo heW in add voting dUl triot At thr next rwtfitlir election to bo held therein on UM Cth lnv of Navem her 1000 mill that 20 tagul1 voters of said district hall rtxHmi said poliunn unit the antoutit of wouoy Nufliciunt lo ilnfrny Uw expense of MH JeeUttlll m- On use jodt eut lit this Court RIll HC ewuiry to wit Twentyfir iMUra had been dfpytttt vtiJh UihiGoart stfetune of 01101 flNxj of tb MrttU Mi h rHu anti thtf ttw Inranl hart of Fulton county nt lu rKHl r term lM un April aril 1W i deeMed that elretkosl bell en this quwliiw slitht U iirtd unit routined to IvoUsu district atnl to take tltfl sense of the voter of the whole noMuty rind Mid Court Mind sir order to that efrt- On it order 114Jc and the Court being fully ndriswl UHtaiuiMl send iiiotiiiu and sold petition ia hfrsby onlorfd re fllwl in this Court ami it u urtlmr or dens tJlllt Ohio wild sheLton be held In sold precinct and UH fiteori of ihrtloii are hereby orUerwi in I JHW n poll nt atop voting plan in mini votingoinot XII M in Kiiltim county on No veinlMir Otli 1000 mud hold an oliotlon Ilion+is HI which this riuwition whether or not liojw shrill bi pr rinlttixl to run nt lsr o tlK rein shag IK NUbinlttwl to the 1 ImpJl voter of mild la oilt i unit it U orunrwl that noli o of mild election und the titer rind ixirjKWis of same lx given by this Coart lII v nntico duly ultculitl br the Clerk of tins Court pulllMhixl in the IIinKUAM VHKIKK thn nnvvHjMipor published in tins YnntlY mud having the fortnt leant four Isns ofsrid untHr jiwt prior loMild Blrrlinn 1111111 the onnty enlrrdsand dlivruxl to pause Iu511o1s tit Im print rtIn fund Dnntnct printed as followM 1or or aKninii this running nt largo of HOUN in votingotitrkt No H in Kulion county 1 the iihOtlon huM kern under shahIs In Id tho vote compared Htid onuiiittd nod the rtKnlt nmionnrnl in the iHiiiincr ut the tiuro roust by thn porOns iutliiirit to nompuru hells and ilcoluru Iho rpmlt in nlectiotiR hold for noniily oIlluorM und tints proiMiodlng IK iontinuod for further orders of this CourtA sliest S D Limit Clerk KoticcT- onil whom it tray concern hake no thou must on November ith 1000 HII election will bo Mold umlcr tho above order in Voting Precinct No8 in Mad rid iirinl of IJlulton County Kentucky for tin purpose of taking the souse of the qualKioil votrrri of sushi Product up on tho qniwtion whollur or not they wish hogs to run nt largo in Hiiid Pro duct Muid elections to bo hold at tho sumo limo stud plaoo surd by tho satire olIlcorH who will hold tho regular State mid 1nviclvntul election mid bato lots to bo voted shall rend UH follows to witlor or against tho running at large of hOI iu Voting Precinct No 8 of Kentuckyliy Court this Sept 10th 1000 S D LUTEN 0 F 00 Gn Bs- iRNfeir Barilotti 14 fll i ULMAIM tww Fancy Groceries and Provisions MS9XUM KBHTUOKY IMl KUBM 1nrIVEKY rGA Telnilainn Store No DlT IteM Monun Jfo DO DR S K DAVEDSOve yDttUIO- K L Aa ICJ Nl 41 Qaou oval Govrgill OuwUiWIt+ Drtiir 8tun STABtEIui1Os1TE J H POLLOCK Propr First olis turnouts buggies surreyit cnrringtw wife teams fcu Customer served with courtesy und politaniM 1n tronngp solicited Teluphono 10 C RUTIICRSo BAE RY AND CQI1IQ FRESH BREAD CAKES CONFEC TIONERIES ETC OIINTOX CTiiiurr 1 HICKMAX KKNTUQKV Telephone No 00 A c E BAKER GCiierat thocag Fowoll Blook Clinton BtV VV- Vl I t Vl j Having pnroi wl the Qrooory 8lbcV of JJ C llnniliiraiil woulillw jileippj lIn 0ootlqknit 4 r r gVFi i r 0 i nlIaoacl Time fable ti 0 ft St L R R MUVrWi AlllllVK- Hilru No 62 Ti41aniiJIot4atvIOOPIIIITr11IIrmn t No 4 111 pm Local and Personal Did you tnko in tho clrcjH Road tho Council proceeding amjlotllo Bodn always on hnna nt BUCKS Read tho Hlcution Notice published in tills I mo Mr It IMcr WM in Nashville this wrek on hllldl w weightNorcoits Mr Ghas 0 Solilcnkcr in visiting nt his old hoinn Baton Ohio this week ajuSolld sliver Thlmbk nt BUCKS and everything iu prnIxaitkII Mr Jinn ilu Fronds loft Tuesday to ntlPinl Coniinnrciul School In Louixvllli I Sfr for Uio 1Itt Farm 11IhOurld for IIhotl riro seo i- iAult CIIJ yea ICy Mr Goo 11 II IIUIflI prouiiiiftiit yor nnd old oltlmitfif Clinton Hied inlay night last UUW1hwJoiiKvt Co Cayou Ky- VTlto Holiness meotlng Instill In pro wr Jiwt Hlokinaniiiid InrgoormvUfl ur111 IlIf nightly jjUP 1or till kinds IIornotM Tinwnro nuiUV0odanwttru sue- 0011K9 it Co Otiyoo Ky Mrs J O Wearn and van Lunllel returned Saturday from n visit to rlatfts3 at Grunltu City III h3r All kinds of Frwli I 1ahf OMora npti Wild lIowN In bmuwn for sale at thu Iltaktnnn IuoklnK 00 Telephone 80 Mr T L Hrunol who linn ltoot in H bt Ix uU tho juiMt week on Ijuftlnua returned homo Tniwday morning jSf bl iwunds bust Standard Jninu luted Hujfar for 91100- JOIU Con Ofiwo ICy Mr W P Taylor of Fulton was in HiclcHHui WwInwuUiy Ile miwuHl tho lrOU hv ODO dny WMIt n mtrlako7 tfeiSrBUOK win fix your Watch and fuHmiitw HUnfuetlon or money refund rd Work ou the Totnauidro pmt of tho Hfikmiin sad Tlptouvillo levee will cQtnmonoo noxt weak according to ru Part L6rlJontUt1 want tho Courier Jour nal m vent n year two papom u weok JiiiiHl ux your Hnb cripUons- WILSONS BOOK STOKR Mw n4 J D and W G Mlllnrd for UllyTonnVjSyjoJwt Mist TU Tho Nations Pride Standard tnWlnJt Maahlnun SJtVaymir money aqua CoM Cayco Ky Tho fort regular mooting of tho II lakmxn Building Loan Association xrfl bo hold ut Jio court house on noxt qIlun 3ay171RhL 18th Ins- t1A lUokuinn yoniiK lady u to ho married during the Olinatmns holiday ton St Iau1i yoong non whom tliuy will mnko their future homo Ill Kontuoky and Bujwrlor Wheat Drllln for Milu by ua on ont y terms JOIIK Co Cnyuo Ky Tom Plulntn or Oroon WnJwn Chas Mwiuliam Mr Bhoat nnd other Hlok spxxtkbigimmoiMo orawd nod troniundou unthu ihuiiu SundRY School rally nt tho Metho nturnlngnt91XPerontland KKiully Invited to uttond All woliolaw I llOOtn111101frRlI1progranM I White n snloon kcopOr at WloklllTo shut and killed lionry Black JIIKOOSuttlrdllYto have oxlstcd between tho two upon for fliiiu thane kIland UH the subscription prioo of fitly iipwspairor or innyazlno and fuivo yountoif tho timo fad trouble of making a tuipnralo rumiltanco Wo handle them ill War oxs BOOK STOIIU r nomember tho MpeakiiifrntGily Hall tomorrow evening nt J oclock bytudgoa- lrvht of CnvinKlon on tho Ptolitkal t n of tho day Ivory voter should IrSnrhlin Tho ludktf Imvo a upeoial in vlUttion to attend Judge It S MurroJt hns taken tho aKonoyof tho Centra4 Lifo liiHtirnnco Company Iud will Irnvo next week to cMtablUh heaihiunrterx Wlokllffe Isis torrilory embraccH Iliokman Fulton stud Ballard counties HllOinllug Kooda department Will Mil you ono uptodatea Dr R M Usher has jus received i i letter from his sot Dr Frank Usher of hislf orders thoro to proceed to Manila for no tlvo service Fulton Louder X3T Wo havo exciuHivo Halo of BuokH P lamoun Cooking Stoves and Ran e8j Alter tho Fatuous Wilion HenUir Heat lug Stoves and are iu u Pponiltan to otter 4you sumo lmrfainH Sco UH G QRK Co Cayco Ky Tho failure of Prof Kekhart to ns qond in tho balloon Tuesday as nn nouueed WILt n great disappointment to k u lunge crowd of people who had 001110 J ninny milen to witnofifl tho ascciiHion rendorII J SJ 1W1ey apparent to all Tlio announcement I twn5 made in good faith nod would havo linen kept to tho letter if tho clomentA- v I had permitted V FIParker place to rout Apply toI0 l a I I SPECIALSFOR 1 lot Fancy Calicoes 4c BrownDomestic Good yard wide Blenched Domestic 60I Z S We start the Fall Business in earnest Each is now full to overflowing with the choicest Fall and Winter and as Ever ire reva1entt New Dress Goods It will pay you well to glvo careful ntItunlion to tnu following M Inch highly finished Vonitlan nod llrtmd Glottis till now shades Ct 1 f- ntlJiTiI imtl fjlJJ- U mli heavy PliddBackN Miloiw Tim TKdityjO11I1t1 110 Inch un wool lrlculllbtnIK CHllirtSIT iuoh French Ilnnnei Piwlol shndox Polka lot mtolrlpxrt he amwurt 7fiegood for Shirt Waist at tniwda115Uewad Silk and- Flanncl Waist 25lluUonsP01k1l7jcILluo of Wool and 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Bran Lime and Cement J We carry everything usually found in a firstclass Grocery andno pains will be spared to please our customers Our motto is UOOD GOODS at FAIR PRICES Try us I Clinton Street Tclphono G Goods Promptly Delivered Bring Your Job Work to This Office Kentloky mi McSheny Whsat n ijjP Olivor and VutloaiDL Chi11 aPlo TsLawn Swings Acme Harrows Disc Harrows Collars Homes Backhands Traces c BUGGIlSand 1IAJINESS of tho best grades and styles always in stock in largo quantities To get one jj f to suit youiwiJI have no trouble either in style or finish Give us a trial J IICLE11 E- LVKENTUOKFImmVES C t u FE i rr T S w r L 11 I I t t I IThe Hickmari Courier OEOOK UUL Pikb ITCKMAN KXX l CCKY t tIet 3 =I OCTOBER J900 1 ii Sun I Mod Tne I Wt nut fit f Sat I 1 2 3t4 5 6 I 7 8 9 10 II 12 13i 14 15 16 17 18 19 2O- t 21222324252627iiilr I 1 I I ii m ii l Z1 CURRENT TOPICS t There are over 70 miles of tunneli I in the solid rock of Gibraltar1 1builtIn Germany a clock has been nmde that le warranted to go for 9000 L years SIn 1S93 the tobacco monopoly yield I ed France nn income of 320000000 I II II1rnncs Island of Guam is 3500 miles Honolulu and 1600 mllox from Manila There are now 59712 Christian En deavor societies in the world withI 3500000 members r 1 IInI India a spoon is always used for eating curry n fashion only lately understood here Meat has been preserved in a frozen Mate for 30 years and found perfectly eatable at ihe end of that time There ure in the United Kates 30 Berlins 21 Hamburg 23 towns bear ing the name of Paris and 13 London The state of Colorado and the cat J tle barons working together are of fering 3750 for every coyote scalp presentedThe magnificent tomb in the world is deemed to be the Palace Temple of Kaniak occupying an area of nine acres It is imprudent to keep an oil or gas stove burning in a sleeping room They consume the oxygen and thus ritiate the air4 I InIrecently by eating aample pills left on doorsteps by a i distributing agent British army officers report that they successfully used the Marconi system of wireless telegraphy in the South African war Excepting grape wine the oldest i alcoholic beverage known to man II sake a rice wine It has been used by L the Japanese for over 2000 years r Golden nnd diamond weddings were IF celebrated by C14 couples in Prussia II last year and the state distributed medals to each husband and wife The largest cotton ginning plant in 3 3theworld is now under construction- at at Corsicana Tex and the next I largest is being constructed at Bry I atIA French statistician has calculated c that the human eye travels over 1200 yards in reading an ordinarysize I novel The average human being Is calculated to get through 2500 miles t of reading in a lifetime The German schooner Kate took four months in crossing from Oldrn berg Germany to Granton England She ran out of food and for 20 days her crew subsisted by chewing straw used to pack bottles which formed the cargo The mercury of Cape Nome Aloskc from January 15 to January 25 ranged from 10 degrees below zero I to 18 degrees below Januafy 26 It rose to 4 degrees above and till Feb ruury it continued above reaching 20 degrees- In the agricultural portions of Del glum the work performed by women includes going to the fields to help the horses pull the plow of aiding I i the dogs in hauling carts In the IImlne they work as hard and receive the same wages as the men- Thei Basutos are a tribe of Bcchu itt inas anti they number about 250000 i They are a race of recent origin be I lug really an agglomeration nt peo eluringII bellnnJogIt The total number of copies cf newspapers printed throughout tin world In one year is estimated at 12010 000000 fo print these requies 731 2GO tons of paper The oldclt news paper is said to be the Klnl u 11ofPeking which has been pSblluhed continually for over 1000 yfnrs I Men who think they are tot smen and diplomats by nature mIght at any rate consider the wordr of Bis marck Diplomacy he nyt Is no I Ishoemakers stool on which ono cane sit stretch a knee strap ard put a iIpatch on n hole diplomticy is not a p cr ft which can bS learned by years j anl developed by rote on l roller r diplomacy is an art Storm on the western Mexican coast washed several vcsscU ashore The German bark Planet s a total j lossj1 colton planters keep tur J grasshoppersJ 1 ton 1 The Uganda railway already has a 11 rollingLJ t II cars jZ The kangaroos which used to bt I gettting HO scarce that it pays to raisr berdt1 I FOREIGN CONQUEST Carl Schurz Condemns the Presi dents Despotic Policy hamvbt Imperialism U UrmoralU aliiK KlU liium llntltlrd to In- dvttttu f Gelevunm Wrong to Islander At a a tiog ef tae AntiIinperinlls Me lie la Cooper Institute Ne- SpzeraberYork 8S CnrI Schurz made Ii 1 I1 address upon the subject of taper ism In the Philippines mint other aDdiI recently acquired by the Uite States lie vigorously tie HUla ti the presidents course thro hoat mid urged democrats to noN activity to defeat the ends af the imperialists lit the polls Mr Sen UK said Lot mm say at the start that I con alder the manner In which the Imperial istic policy ta twins commended by some person to popular SIlDrs1 1 liii hugell I contbfenc Bam ever praeiwui upon a tree people In my whole fong life I Uave never I knows of suYn systematic ue of distortion of ktllor hypocriticalI I east arbiIwF of documents and false pretense l am urre to speak a word of truth and Juatlce and IIn doing ra 1 shall call thins by their right name Some Imperialists pretend that the pur chase of Louisiana by Jefferson sad the legislation connected with It furnish a precedent fully covering the principle of Mr Mckinley policy with rrinrd to Iorto Illco and the Ihlllpplnm This I em phatically deny Whatever that temporary legislation may have been Is there anybody brazen enough to assert anil this la the essential the true point that It was the spirit and Intent of Jefferson act and of the llogUtatlnn referring to It to bold the arnulred territory perpetually ftp a vassal dependency outside of our con stitutional system subject to arbitrary rule by the prtoident or congress Does any ooijy dare to deny that It wa 1 the undr stood Intent and expectation that the ter ritory of Louisiana would be tilled by peo pit substantially our own who would form out of It American states clothed with the full measure of constitutional right Whoever denies this or equivocates about It only seeks to falsify history to slander Thomas Jefferson and to deceive the Amer- Ican peoplea Expansion then In the historical and truly American sense means the Ixtn Hon of our constitutional system together with the extension of our territorial area In this sense we are all expansionists pro vided the expansion be hoiroraWy effected But when we annex to this republic foreign territory with the Intent and ex pectation that such territory shall never come Into our constitutional system but shall an to the civil political and economic status permanently depend upon the will of our central government In which they are to have no determining share those countries being thus vassal province nnd their people subject populations that II not mere expansion In the historic American sense but that Is Imperialism And when such countries tire annexed and such populations are subjected by force of arms by what President JUcKlnley hAil viyp- roperly called criminal aRjrresaloa It is Imperialism In Its wont form Another Xame fur Mecpotltm saythatlations as much selfgovernment as may be good for them For who Is to decide how much selfgovernment vrlll be good or them Not they themselves not the constitution but our arbitrary will We awayThisdespotism I am aware that President McKinley In his recent letter of acceptance denies that the war against the Klllplnos was n war of conquest lie devotes nearly 10000 words lo the tusk of persuading us that It ls only a war of duty and humanity and that all that has been done was done not for iggrandlzement nor for pride of might nor for trade or commerce nor for ex ploitation but for humanity and civilisa lion These are words of unctuous sweet nessNo from whatever side we may look at It this Filipino war was from ths be tinning and II a barefaced cynical war of conquest In the worda truest sense SpanlhnetHtates vessel AKulnpldo the chief of the Filipino Insurgents against Spain whom he had Invited to come Why hud Dewey invited that chief Because as ha isle graphed to the navy department that chief may render assistance that will be valuable Under Deweys eyes mind with his aid In the way of arms and ammuni Hon Agulnaldo organized a large army ind he set up A wellorganized civil gov ernment of which Dewey was duly noli ned Who were these Filipinos with AguI peopleinjust an the Cubans were only that they were much stronger and far more success organIud valiantlyfoughtDewey designated to them as the com mon enemy defeating them In many engagements and taking miy thousands of them prisoners until the Interior of the country was well cleared of the common enemy and the main body of the Spaniard was cooped up In Manila blockaded by our forces on the sea side and tightly hemmed In by theFltipInos on the land side en that theyremld neither re celve reinforcements nor escape Into Interior The Spanish bmmander theI tioned this fact alone of the main rea sons for the bloodless surrender of Manila bythoto by several of our most respectable offi cers McKlnler Turned III flack Now when the lime came for deter mining the future or the Philippines In the peace treaty with the common enl my our president having nothing but Justice and humanity and civilization In theFilIpinosservice against the common enemy to acquaint him with their views and wishes havebeenpresidenttheFilipinosleastkindlythat He coldly turned his back upon them And how do the presidents defenders excuse this atrocity By saying that we owe the Filipinos no moral consideration itTImethe war against Spain They had been called by Dewey to our assistance to do military work which at the time with the forces we had we could not have done ourselves They had an army of iOOuo to 10000 men and a wellorganized civil gov partofg practicallylilies even 10 the extent of having thou takenbyrurlherIfthey hut why was their official recognition as allies refused them Because they claimed their Independence And why should they not claim their Independence Might they not just as rightfully claim their Independence ns the Cubans claimed presidents Because the president thought his ofllcers peopleIntheirindependencelaid It to them But was their Independ ence really never promised to them Let UI seeThe president does say that we never promised them independence Oh Mr resident what constitute a promise in thu conscience of an honest man We In vited their cooperation agalnrt time CaRl mon enemy We accepted the service they rendered an1 profited from It We know that the Filipinos would not have rendered bndtherenoughIeforeservice frnkly to till them at any hon est man would have done that they were mistaken In their belief Oh no ourgovernment did not honestly tell them s It left them In their confiding belief auI accopted from them what advantage ur fAirIpectmen liiitoilsi 111hIWIcaulnetmi asked if we the North Americans us IhUpplrasIi swer that but that In IN years wehestablished mathissitiedl1uthorImay seem tudils Gin Anderson that rr answer was somewhat evasive but I w FilipInfurI lilly American having respect for the vhs acter of his country hear such a wit out feeling a blush of shame tale Ih b cheeks AY lint the President Formil scmthingcarry through your cheat you are n slaughtering us And again we cann IrlltWIdinimftbeenItS Otis officially restarted The engOB meat was one strictly defensive on tne par atitbI wnich the president also forgot I Hut the question of the first shot I not the main cnn The main question who was responsible fur the condition things whleh made that bloody ctintl 1rcoldrf1McKinleywho by his famous benevolent asilmllion order of December St ISM offlela I Informed the thlitppine telanderlt tthey wouhfenot be permitted to be tnt pendent titIt the United States were p pared to Impose upon them American fi r elgn rule Instead of Spanish foreign ru and that our army would If they refui to submit subject them to that Amcrier foreign rule by force of arma It was open and rude declaration of war agalt t the Filipinos standing up for their fr i dom full Independence I have again anti again challenged t Imperialists to show me In the whole h f lory of the world a single act of pert rommlUrtJ by any PUbIiC more intern than that Ctlmmlllld by Mr MeKinle administration against our Filipino alrUf and 1 have received no answer but a sk ly sneer Oat one of the Imperialists tik been able to point out In the history I any republic since the world stands a sir gle act surjiaszlng In treacherous villa this thing done In the name of the gr republic sprunK from the declaration of I dependencethe republic of George Was i Ington and Abraham Lincoln And what a war It Is this war ea ned on to subjugate or kilt our Fiiip allies A war without glory wllhoutIthuslasm a war for which even the who defend It have nothing but r m and shamefaced apology That war lts now lasted more than U months and n sail In sight The cry Is stilt for mnr soldiers 100000 of them good military au thorities say five times as many as wr ever had actively employed In any of cUr foreign wars u war costing our taxpay ers many scores of millions a year grad ually to mount Into the hundreds besMes thousands of American lives and the wreck of the mental mind physical M a ash as the moral health of many more IMU xlrt war tthSeh the more succe fui it Is the znore it with be demoralizing dll graceful and dangerous to the American peopleTriumph Is DeDiurallilBp Let me Impress It upon your minds The more successful we are In making the Filipinos our subjects by force of arms the more will our triumph corrupt sw If morals tarnish our honor and und t mine our free Institutions of governmMj It Is a war not merely against the 1111 pinos but a war against our own repubi a war against the principle the Ideali the beliefs and the conservative Influent which hold this democracy together a alagainst ourselves as a free people I Imagine what It will lead to If our J4Q pie are constantly taught as they ta are that there Is a rlah country In out grasp which we must have there being lots of money to be made In III that lbs means by which we get It tnay Indeed lie somewhat queer but we must not be foolishly sentimental about that that we are a masterful race and the Inhabitants of that country are a poor lot end thai the strong must not be too squeamish abvut the rights of the weak that the declara lion of Independence with 1U talk about human eQumy and consent of the giV erned and all that Is a mere gllttrrln generality and antiquated rubbish ti4t wo have outgrown the constitution oo must not let It stand In the way of quiet of wealth that we have power and roust use that power for our profit It mattrn little how Is not this the real gist of the arguments for the Imperialistic policy with which the country lis resounding today and do we not all know that If the ma live of the greed of power and money were taken out at the Imperialistic move ment It would speedily collapse What then have we gained We are told that we have gained a grand poi lion as a world power nut did we not have a grand position as a world power especially since our civil war demonstrated the solidity of this union so grand in deed that the strongest and haughtiest sea power In the world paid more defern to this republic than to any of Its neigh bore even while we had no army or navy large enough to count What more hay we now There are In the outside world two kinds of public opinion concerning this republic One Is the opinion of those who hate democracy and who have always wished that this republic should and al ways predicted that It would break down as a democracy and become Instead of an encouraging model a warning example toI other peoples striving for frIo lnstjutin of government These men are quite satisfied with our recent course Since we have destroyed the reputation of this re public an a steadfast friend of peace and as a faithful champion of human rights and justice and liberty In our dealings with other people these men rcspct ui for our strength and perhaps dread us for our grasping unscrupulousness but as a seductive example of free Institutions and as a missionary and propagator of liberal Ideas they fear this republic no longer They hall It as a great power which IIs In Its mural character an Influence no better than the rest of them Have we reason to be nroud of that What Imperialism Sins Done Let us now review In a few words what Imperialism has so far really made nf z- It has perverted the solemnly prorlainud war of liberation and humanity Into a war of landgrabbing conquest criminal ag rigtheour virtuous profession branding u as a nation of hypocrite and destroying our moral credit with the world It hn De duced us to commit the meanest misijti- a nation can commit the crafty betroal of nn ally and the wanton slaughter rln formerfriendsus with an undying hatred It hIn volved us In an unnecessary wicked and usthousandserlvZUOVOO0UO1 cui ably more It has made our pr Hicnt commit II flagrant uurpatlon or rwrwhich If condoned and permitted to mind nredangeroulput to contempt and ridicule the fmia andisI uuroldwhich alone furnish the conservative lIe kIng H llhaltaughtunlIIrnIy sentiment and transform the political life unscrupuiomisandnelfUh passions nnd greedy Interests bedoneI I IrtPlIchhnfitwfInllgorvurtlthalrotourdoouslopeAthePortobyblltlsUbjugatingthemboundtorepairualomHtlnlfp f I II IThe first thing necessary Iis that the American people should not by their votes spprov the wrongful nets by keeping those who havo dono them In the name of the rrpubllo In places of power thus enconr iglng thorn to go on but should stump the wrong donG nnd time wrongdoer with the most emphatic vote of condemnation e should put In their placen others thai iiognlzo the wrong dune anti are wllllnil 11 repair It The American people shout then Insist that the government of this n initillo should do all In Its power lustead ot slaughtering iliosv who llwlil for them irvettam and Independence to assist them in funning an Independent government of iheir own and take such measures to pro ict Ihem aealnNt foreign Inlerortnce asI may be retiulrcd In one word we should imply do for them what we have prom teed to do for the tieople of tube This is what the plain duty uf ttmt Amerliaa rop1e demand duty ot honor and of ixitrlotUm It Is vald that If we withdraw our furs s from the Philippines time FilIpinos would ut tubs drop into anarchy loot their ell ft and rut one another throat What ivldenc IIs thore to sujinort this slander OHS assumption None They have eewrled on their war tininnnely far more humane ly than some Kuropeati troops have ear rlnl on their war In china They have perhaps few eases nxeepted treated their prtMner kindly No anarchy In the Phil ippine would shed onrhalf a much blood as we have already shed It may be true bruughmforthwarfare doe limit who caused that Irreg ular guerrilla warfare T We eliit by break InfUI tnllr government and regular army JhUIIIIIIndependenlI stantly seize them Since tim tub iorn tight of the Klttplno fr independence a sensible Kov rnmni would be about as prsdent porcuttlfltAndour great republic tells the world Handoff 1 It Iis said that this sort of protectorate IItIWIIIleaMeKinley Why Ins seems not to be aware that under the Monroe doctrine we have fur more than half a century exercised just that sort of protectorate over our svutbern neighbors simply letting the old world powers knew that white we are not re sponsible for any Internal trouble or say neightori such obligation by all proper means we Insist that In doing so they must step short of infringing on our mmejghibors tsr- nitertal Integrity or IndejwndeBce And why should the application at the sme ntis to the Phnipplnea bto mere btlNeAHmef- It IIs a childish pretense I JGnIntoyear ago I took with many other who were not partlmn an earnest and active part In the struggle for MHIIM monty It ntrrrortiuestlon my conviction have ef rewr- inot changed In the least Hut while tM money question was the paramount tan four years age we never admitted that ftllpsUenIIwamoney te to the economic lntere t as well as to the character of the nation there may net be oilier things of even men vital moment or that a pony r pre entUn sound moneY may do things utterly ob noxious to good morals or good pellcy arid still rightfully exact our support uRdu all circumstances Meat Keep fp the Flcht 1 cannot agree with some esteemed friends who think that the struggle against Imperialism should now be suspeeded sad that those In powtr should be kttt therein order to avoid other troublesome rIsks I do indeed believe that If now batTled the efforts against Imperialism wilt cease They certainly will not a the efforts against slavery however often bafflid lId not cease until their final triumph ctrne perhap succeeded earlier Hut our efforts should not now Ue surpcndtd for two reason One Is this There is but too munch ground for believing that the party In power Is largely controlled by strung and grasping Interests trying to exploit the government for their prenlfanlt Inclined to ndle the American dMUC I terlstlc phrase of the famous Cecil Ithedes a flrstrtass commercial asset- The second reason against postpone ment Is this We are now engaged In Ihe wful business of establishing ordr aa It Iis called by slaughtering or people tx sue UO continue to struggle for their freedom and Independence We road let Ible stories such all of more than W Kill plnoa hating been lndlrrlmlnalely shut Own because two of our toldlera had txcn killed In a shop near by or of a whole wedding party being put to death because there wire one or two Insurgents among them Ard this my countrymen Is dens under the flag of the republic ot Washing ton and Lincoln It s em ta me no ciVil lard nation can afford to poitponr the stop ping dt It not only for tour years but for B day I That duty calls on us all aloud Let up then come what may stand together with A good conscience and unflinching eour ruse for truth justice and liberty I Making Vole fur Ilrynn Ij Four years ago when William J IBryan came to New York IIn time course of a campaign which cnurd In bin re ceiving tIme votes of C052JS5 of Ms fellow citizens the overzealous ofll dale of the DelnTore ackawanna Western railroad hastened to show their sense of courtesy by hanging a McKinley banner over time doorway of the Hoboken station through which Sir Bryan passed A similar exhibi tion of corporation hoodltimlsm io thin campaign han been given by the Ohio Itiver railroad n Standard Oil corporation in Its refusal to attach Mr Bryans special car to ItR express train from larker burg lo Wheeling W Va Just how many votes to Mr Bryan this Standard Oil discourtesy will be worth in West Virginia and elsewhere It is not panIble to know hut it wilt be a good mtmnyN Y W rId One of llnnnna Tlni1 llrenkn Not n trust in the United Hlntes de elates MarciiHt That Is good What on earth did the Philadelphia conven tion mean then by hdoptlng a plank denburic1ng them It must have been mere demagoguery claptrap intended to catch the voters but not designed to influence administrative or legis lathe action alter the party has been given another lease of power Mr HannnH confession Is Interesting It is important It brings the trust ques tion fonrnrd us n live IRSUC Xo long er can Mr Ilannns party claim thnt there is no trust IIwrtie because both parties nre equally opposed to time trusts Sioux City Tribune The republican party of today is a complete negation of the party founded 40 yenrfi ago The leader of that party IIs time personification of po litical negation He has negatived lila prcvlollll tcll1red opinions on bl nietalllHin on r war of criminal ag gression on civil service reform on what he lecTured to be our plain duty toward IoMo Itlco and will probably reverse himself on other poiltlons before he raves office for good on March 4 nextKnnrni City Times President McKlnley occasionally gets the right Idea DB to pinks duty but the persuasive tariff barons get thtjir work in and ruin everything Cincimmtl Euaulrer00 t Ic 1tT I A JOINT CONVENTION Delegates of Striking Miners Will Meet at Scranton Friday Theo Call fur use iolmfireuie c In fJe ii rrnily Aciopdd nn it SlKiml for OkMiitlon of lloNtlll ties All ArnuiKl Plilindclnlitn Out t President MHohtll iKSiVUd I lila cull Monday for tlio HiuetMlkiHl uf minor IHI rn tion to uoiiKldcr the operators olTur of u ton pur eetit litpmwi In witgtM The voitvoiitton will IK Vld at flcnm tOil mid will open on Kriilav next ItopritKOnUUlnn In the eouvrntiwi will be on the Imnta of one ilphne with one volo for each lUll prrooim ou Htrilu It to Ihe fpnvri t xpwt ion that the UcUUin of iJit euiotniioi will be to UCVttpt till IIHrflHjKf nod rrtlltll to work QulHnew trvTNiIi l thruH hMii tha unthrndlc regions Monday time mil1 for tht eonvpHtlon bt4n jrvuttroliy accepted an H ltnwl for i MNtloii nf luwtllltfe till oroiiixl Thor vviwo many t xpnt loDH uf aaiuteHimi bY niliun antI operator and tIjr m i flmatH Utd nbrrm in tie ratnln 11ft lion Monday uver the iropevt of nn early atkieirit of 1111 exkrtlng troubltPHMnnday eoinpjricd the tkwl dull nitiep tIle strike oMciall win inUi ulTeft The miners will have sar3km ami tuiMM mrHlHim at nhamokln Tuesday anal at Horn n Inn an tVlnil iy tttw blvdt MllrhHI wll IU HI tit It- nn ami Iif exinue toJ a 1pr04 at hat1i iihwvsIIitgli4au Pa Out Vrh touring of Uu caift Monday by Pnwtil nt 3l1tckt Bf Iie UHllwl Mine Work ittn of Awerta tar a joint rowvrn tier uf tbw Hiitlirnvite mlHprK U ilong ulrWc In tima hl1Wtlon ef br liilf the tfnwt ooal mlNora rtk to n ulontt icHHliii mtiliirietloii vaa I- IlnWlIIII MondMjr by Uoli mlHrrn nnd IwntoHH ROt ilIretly oniuwrtd wait tIll coal Indtwlry Uc It ctnlr H Rpirwiii t iHK an end I nathroughout time inUre nnthniHt oaiC fill ht prarllmlly Ita a stantUttli ami It will tutu vne limn lx reno n rtml criidittoita will npaln IItlI It Ila believed the oonvciitlon will not l e a long one AM It la eipewrdI time Hlrlkcm will nlinuat MHMslnminv w etpt the ndrnntc In vu s Tlirrc IIn liowevor n jMwuilblllly that ihe Intro duvtlon of a propoMtlnn to ntwisstm- Uii alldlii wolf tutu uinlier to hate the opcrntom agree to n yearly wage contract Ihe termination tif time tlilio might be n mevlmt iteilaytHl None of the o erafarg who could he JI ctii hero Mnndny tvouhl hnve iny timing to say In mtgaitil lo th conven tion rail Mot of them jirrferrwl to watt mid see what action tin in vention would tnlc Home of the local unions In various jmrtK of thin coal field have selected their tlelprntm lo the convention and many of tutu were In session Monday night for that purimrr Prr ldr nt Mitchell left herr Turmluy morn lug fur Hhaniokln where n labor ilnn oiiHtrutlon IU to tnke place In the rift crnoon On Wnlnwulny lit will go to Scranton to take jwrt In a big tibias meeting and jKirndt of mittens on that day stud will remain there until the convention ndjoriin Mr Mitchell will then probably return to Hazlc Lon THE TIN PLATE MILLS Nearly P0ecry lion In the Country Will Hf In Operation Within II Frw Work Pittsburgh Pn Oct 0 The Amer lean Tin Plate Co will hnve In opera tion this week 20 of HH pliint out of 32 hSng employment to ut least 35000 workmen The tin plate corn patty employs In nil over 50000 work mien anti within n few weeks It IIn wild every plant III the country will be working The MononKihela null nf thin city time Dttnmler plant and time one nt New KenKingtoii started Monday and I lit othcrn will follow an soon nn poMilblt Nearly every plant In the gas belt ooinmenccd Mon day night and by tile end of HIP week every ono of time 90 will bp operating to their full capacity In nil time plnntN hurl sire 983 mlllH and in tlio 20 to liii started there will be ICO gUt ing rmploynipnt to many workmiti boNldeit those directly oonnicted with hlnIidle siuce till expiration of tltp scale which explrtd in lime last riltirlum trimlicil tu Dcnlli SU IVlemburg Oct Uh thou xand plIgrltiiN lutwiiiblvd nt till St Nlknnder mnolmaist cry in the Porkhuff dlstrlot for n religious festival Dur hut the night one of the upper floor collapsed und trinity of I hose sleeping there tell uponI tlioxe below A pun la WIIH euiiHixl by n false nlnrm of lira nnd four mIll nnd 30 women were crushed to death many othorn being seriously Injured IoHt Cabin Ilrc ivcrcil Washington Oct OOen Oreelcy han received n dispatch from Alaska saying that the signal officers hind recovered anti headed tho cable which was lost oil the cable ship some time ago They mire now laying the cable front St Michael to Nome City Failure for the Vvtlt New York Oct 0 Business fall ures for time week In the United States numbered 177 as agaliiBt 109 last week 143 in this week a year ago 103 In 1808 239 in 1897 and 201 In 1800 i NOTES v PROM THE PARiEX POSITION The Singer Manufacturing Com pony of HO Broadway New York show thick tuutal American enterprise by having a very creditable exhibit lo cated in Oroul XIIi Class 70 at time Paris International Exposition xvhero they show to great advantage the ode brntotl Singer SowlngMnolilno which IB tiled In every country on the globe both for fatally use anti for manufac turing purposes The writer vrtu high Ily pleased with this dUpIav and ob served with much BUtlifnotlaii that It wall favorably commented upon by via- itors 1 generally TIme Grand Prize was awarded by the International Jury to Singer Sewing Machines for nunerlor exoollcna In design conntructlon enioicnoy and for remarkable development and adoption to every stltohlng process uwd in either time family or the factory Only One 1ranlll rI1o for wwtRr nut chines wan awarded nt Parti aw this dlstlnc t Ion of absolutely nupori r merit eonfirins time previott notion of Uut In ternational Jury at the Worlds Co lumbian KxiKMltlon In Clileafo wltro Singer machines rccelroil M dlsiinet Awards being more than vnrrt re ceived by nil other kinds of sewing Mn chums combined Should It be possible that any of our readers are u9fnmlUar with le eel brntcd Singer Machine we voM reo pe tfnlly atirine that they call At misty of time Singer Mlmirooms whloh MH bo found In nil cities and most towns ID tho United States KNEW ALL ABOUT GENIUS A Iueti Wife Uraerllie It amid Show She 1M Ttinruuglilr routed I base Just finuheU a wonet raW the p et aewnling U Uc Think bwrvur t1 ttaM4ttitthatll buy a Ucefreak u OlurfJJ4I brre iIs an oJo far the site rmHew fertutMltt Ham ft II casts a- pun41and we barI had ory ir1 Its wethave also viiittco a l1me song whkb U as rider u an Aprili rnes Vfc11 i a dcrfcet soul yea sri 1m sure ieata iCooI ftr out at lard an a pilotrf molisersi- ttOtfllflN fIIlki thepeet AtnSy do Ou biow what gemiluS is r Yu she saud tbMiibtfuHjr Same tines lit teding the butL r to oU aitin shutting tho deer en tbe baker badaB fjm the house rent man and ainctar WMR sun Mr omta 1 wuuld smut Ihr 1ft1 uk stat to taJ I w Iusiitic Opportunltks n tb htiji tl the- lThkage Great sctern JIlin UtaI iwsM- hmncsots and Mhsaourt lint oI pen hic in growing towns for aU klpSs el bustm- mci arid fir manuJaclurinit Our Mel Ill iMtifi loeatlena far UKaekimitbi DMMHS Ormmakert Furniture Grain ad Llvt bteek Uurtr General MtrchandtM Hard war Harness Taller CoW alatcr V4ftfullyt t4Sresiv101 tidiit lJta St Paul Minn I Illffltoltlr la Ihr Way 1 will make your name a hWticir and a b rcjetrdisviretJ i d ieuptbutthat you eant do much hissing With ttwh cwn aa Delta MiUtr Chicago Trftvne It Ila riot until a man Iiai oecatien ta put tip a sign offering his farm Ir sat that its cornea Into an tqUste sense pI thc Im portanee of learning in youth Just wbkb way the printed letter H crooks Dtlrolt- JouraaJ The Nest Prrerlillnn for Chill and Fever IIII a bottle of Guorca TAITRLCX CmmLToxic Ina cintlytron and 1tuthinola nUiiWlcssfonn No euro DO pajr Prkojwc One of the peculiarities of the obstinate man ia his inclination to marvel at wbat hrtVoIrdl his own yielding natumetVatbtag ton Port To Core n Col4 IB Ono VaT AUudruggist The lhfladehphianlsnt the mud on preudlyIeepnavy atrect in the world IcdliDipcIiV lrul I am nits Vises Cure for Coniumptlen saved my life three years agoMss Flume Itobblns Maple Street Norwich N Y FcblTIOOO If we wer jaa Anxious aa we try to make people think we are we would accom push twice aa much aa we do ltama Horn eo IOTNAM FAt Eijas DTEaproduootha fast i esVand brightest colors of any kuowu dye atuffi Hold by alt druggists I Bixby Your father must be t bumerrr lit Mrs lllxby Wbat do you mean tot liixbr When I ikedlnmforyoube said Take ber and be happy Town topic I V1 SjSHOCS UinON MADE paylugatrisiof V L DOUR US S3 or 8350 shoes will convince yoa that goodin81101111Olr Os 1 win otilww tw riofar lMr HS3 or Sl 1V aro the largest seeker of men and C3no shoes In the worM Wo and sell more S3 antI 83JJO slices tItan a other two In tim U BEST 350 SHOE DoegisShcc FMltlnlx I manufacturers 3IILDoptlulIt comtort 554 wattiI IlOyal IbwnidThy ftIhI IIHnImnrlb IBESTI araMseepmiimt5I towsrakeLJIoIIcluboUom1Ir4mesrflet54tikdotiaibnl tooPotW IM DuucJiu Nboo Vsociu 51ma I I I T a a I ir i 12 FLAYS THE PARTY Bourko Oookran Charges the Republicans with Betraying the Filipinos Eloquent Now York Orator At tacks MoKinloys Imperial istic Folioy Arraigns the Republican Administration on the Charge of Despotism Declares for Bryan and Believes lilt Election Would Brine True Prosperity I lien thousand1 penions tried to cquetie Into the Coliseum at Chicago Ktitnnfcy night September 20 to hear llourko Coakran of Nrtv York flicok for Ilryon nod against linpcriatlsin The d mooratlc orator met with a rous n recppjlon and in the course of his spech said We are told by our republican advor sarlr that the issue of this campaign IIs tli Ierr it n or our national prosper fly I eeIit that lsue 1 KO farther und 1 1Iit that on the recalls oC thU eUclloa tlrprrd not merely the prosperity ut the Anlfllean ptolll but the vroper1W Ut the whil hutisin rnec I oljve that re imWlrmn an 1 democrat will concede that the establishment or this republic Will the inoM Important contribution to human proem tine the birth of Christianity The Ixnelli of thta republic to the humaa race wan nut the adoption or a written constitution It wits not the Uls 1 1 button of the lowers or this Kovern tuent Into various departments 1411g be rnr the cenventlBB met to deliberate IIIdtffndeofltxersnlv had administered tov rnmentB irtMnti hid edepted said Judtes had Interpreted laws nut never In thn history of the race un tn tIN mtorlla people NIA ogether to Ira the cistern under which they Intnd- Id to 1 Ive a ovrrnmtflt tIIIhfltwit an Irfarmm assumption or divine In trrvft Ua hut upon the consent and on the wilt it the teolde to NlabUh JuUee to RfOVtS Ia4 the common Ito and to rrtrrvo ta the MOlliel l VniI hlr poatcritjr the blaR1 or elvtt iItrty- o all these different provisIons un der th separate the confllrUns elements 4r tiit nation come They v re all In tertkiHiMlrnt retain mi4 Iswetjarable the ctnr l the vital principle or AU being the biikmrnt or Justice The rruho of that II VDtrlmeni have been visible sit aver IiIf wir14 Thv 1M been a tcon Jlllh- ttt InlI Thty hae pmr4 that Jua- U erd WWoln are lIot sirmetits1 to hO tnliru4 cr recorded hut that they are owe and Inseparable that the only sure pathwar to prosperity la ebpllene to the n ort law that Juitlco I the foundation or 8r atne f material Intellectual DUd moral not a lImE untalR Ret a roun tel that eon be txhauited by too rrf- lqtlf approaebt to It hut a tftunutn shot tows In ever Iscnjailn abundance nm iic those who remain faithful to the 0 Riat has horn the one leMon which this fowitrr tin proved proved by every bene fit which the human rare hid derived from 1t pflivOd by tho fArt that since thlll no- lMhN was fnundc4 the 1W1tf of the WorM twa trrere1 the wlIbtolnw or thlll ftcUnn haa lx en admnred lndu lrr every wlH rr baa been made fruitful the rower or hi man hard has bren multiplied the rxtrri of human knowledK has boon rvUUfiil And the lK undar of human hopes 7ia Wen amplinr- dAk In Adopt nl mriteil 5f lem AIM now we are nuked to chanue thla avfte i of Rovernmenl for n rj tem auch ii a oqIAr countries are every day discard tlllP We are aakrd in abandon them In vtliMtton which are the supreme fruIts of rtiHHlan rtvlllwitlon tmbodylnp In iltemt+tvMi all that lisa been achieved for IiHman rlchta since the doctrine of hu men iualltv was Ort ireirhd on the shire of lake Oalllee ind wo are asked 1o surrender Nat herauae there are any KB Sr Impendlnt failure hut because it hae achlevrd the very plentitude of +urmWe are told that we have grown no frrt that It la no looser necessary to feel that we are hound to justice that because we eploy an emlnercn ft hlrh we ran af ford to discard tho nrlnrlplea by which we have reached It Rurelv thlll raise not merely the Issue of American prosperity but the lIssue of human pro reva Now our renubllran friends would re nrnt the DMtrtKtn that I he issue of this mmpakn was the hre crvallon tlf renub llcan rerninent They t rofess In beve- It republic n government for the United fitate I know of nobody that lis mnreelrr nuent In assurances of his afTrctlon for lemoraltr Instltiitlona thaiv the repub lleow candidate Indeed If his worth and lite sets were COnlllIntII would tie dif fleult to make to him I rin Tn Ionnil In McKlnle J btt unforlunalelv whenever wi nod that Hi oourte era the roost objectionable lie ntln us rrofeptlona of mornlltv which are the most unexceptionable We nml 1il ti hftbtlnCC down people In the eastern iMlardo and profenslnir the iiimort affection I thflrIr to tiirlallsm and vet he IN ereklnR In rii lfh A government nf Arbitrary and- llnlimtid tntwer 1I affects lorenent I- hftrln hat he Is Introdiirinn mllltnrl m Into the ltilted 811111 awl1 vet we find the army has boon tiundnintrd during hl I ndminiotrotlon and n policy established wtiIei will lead to further arinnment ir It htd bp nuccessful at the polls I IVT 7sol no lllon toch rjff the TlTII- II hoot nf the United States with Immorality or iiinvnlly T ureftr lo think that he hsa flii n victim to hUhsnundlnir anti nl vMpi phrases which have often reroneiled men nf excellent dlpoltlon to I very nueytlonnble trnnsncllons In fact I bell ve that It Ila n entires of roncratuln tlon to the n ople of the lTnlled Blateg evrvwhere that thin ramnilpn has bee n lriM larly free from all manner of person outlet ItlKh Plane of CnntpnlRn 9 do not think T have ever known n no illllcol contest to be conducted on n higher piano nf thoughtful dlsctisalnn Ioth par tics ate drrnly concerned upon the issue hut I think they nre both united In conced ing tho personal virtues of both the candl dates Hut the personnl virtue nf n can didate for from lessening our opposition to him when he represents Rn Imuo which we consider dangerous should Intensify our opposition A vicious prlteIpt IiUIIIIIrltcJ by a vI clous mnn Is never danxerous It Is only whin It Is able to enllut the support of mUciildrd virtue that U threatens the hap plneaa of the people and even casts a 0itlnister shadow over the prospects of the rAN Now I believe that this Issue before the American people represents the at tempt on ono side to overthrow all that has made for human proRress nnd on the other un honest enthusiastic determine tlon to defond It To avoid nay possible confusion of thought springing from tilt use of nmbliru Otto terms perhaps It would bo well for me ta define here exactly the issue In such terms that there can be ro division of opin lOll as to the thlnir thnt Wf aro dlsvusa Ins I think that discussion U always fa cllllntedanillmprnved by on nt curate state auil of the problem before us Stated In Us very narrowest compass the lr io before the American people Is thn rlRht of this Kcvernment to seize distant territory govern It against the will of UM Inhabitants not under our constitutional Bovcrnmcnt but through olllceholders to mod by the president Who will ad r cenUlUtion Now I apprehend theta can be no dif ference between a republican and a demo crat as to the statement of tho Issue lpontl the one tilde tho republicans contend inasmuch aa the cxtruconslltutlonal pow ers re to be exercised outside the United n H tales Imperialism so far aa this country Is concerned Is not an Issue of this paign nod they KO on to say that camII It were eminent nnd dangerous they would n Mill be bound to vote for It because to Ito defcnt It would be to bring about a money panic and that would IMS too great a price to pny for the security of demo cratic Institutions To that the democrats answer that such I a policy would be a violation of tho prin of elide that government derives Its just pow 4erathat It would bo Infamous to repudiate In our hour of strength the principle which l Thorconltndtrary powers cannot be confided to ofllcera of n republican government without en dangering the Integrity of democratic Inistitutions I Once n Fountain of ProsperityaAnd lastly they contend that since re publican government IIs shown by the his l tory of the world since the establishment of this government to have been the foun s tklldonnnot endanger prosperity but must con tribute to Its permanence and toIts growth There is the issue Wo must hose little dllllculiy In disposing of It If It were not fortthis bewildering and Intoxicating effects JIdentJI actions by referring to the Louisiana pur chaseted their form of government over the west era territory he undertakes lo say that this annexatlonof Islands beyond the sea whIchSare not to be governed according to stllutlorfal system Is also expansion antilIII by that use of tim word seeks to Justifylby a precedent or liberty an l subjugation and conquest which IIs an out rage I nerd hardly say to such an audience aa this that expansion If It mean anything means growth Now growth may be lbone a flclal or Injurious according to Its direction- sAn Inch added to a mans stature make beauty An Inch added to the length or his note would be a deformity We might be KInd to encourage growth In a legitimate direction and we vail In the surgeon to prevent It growth In a vicious directioniThe expansion that the partty hat always supported Is that The natutun which the democratic party linttI Introduced Into the aystetn or this was the expansion of our constitutionaltsystem Into now territory democrat IIs opposed today If there wre a proposal of that character before the country It would be supported nowhere so enthusiastically aa In democratic gather ingIleneflt to the ArllMin I The English crown would lou the op portunlt and the right It now nJoYII to appoint a few aristocrats to office In Caneads but the Kngllsh artisans and mechan lea anti merchants would gain a muchtlarger market for their wares and conic quent Increase In wages and growth ortt theIr prosserIiy while on both aides of thus frontier the benefits of both parties would be Immeasurable and almost been I ceivable That Ila democratic expansion to which I the democratic party Is tied anti for which It hopes with every fiber of its being and With rynrIlIIlJlltlOI of Its hrarLIIi which we apo dllcussing Iii not expansion of our ttolltlrjil system Into now country It IIs the erec I lion in dlfjtnt lands by this government of another government wholly distinct from nand radically different from It nnd thtreItore Irresponsibly hostile to It You may perceive this IIs expanding not the scope I of our constitutional system not this au thority of our government but It Is ex I panting the authority of our officeholder I expanding It so far as to make U lode pendent of the constitution which creates IhmIImperialism Mean rtIfluch a system can only be enforced I against the resistance of the nations It mesas armlea must be put In the Held that American live must be sacrificed and the lives of helpless people must be devlroytd and If ths resistance bo vubdued now their resentment will bit undying Itesentmeut will seek opportunity nnd expression In the future We therefore as wrongdoers wilt ht hatnted by the wronKdoers rear of retribution Aa the man who injures another expects revenge even when none Is planned so this allen fotoign government whIch hlll robbed the people of Its birthright of liberty con stantly tears resistance even when none Is planned and then must make preparation tilt the lime fur contest and conflict In the Hold for the safety of Its own cltl uno think that such a system ahoulllI ever have been submitted to the American people and attempted to be justlfUd by the purchase of txiulclana Is perhaps the mostIextraordinary Instance In our history Yoj will observe my friends that the republican parly lu Its attempt to justify Its course by Jeffersons example proceeds upon the assumption that when he declared In the Declaration or Independenro the consent of the governed was the thatI foundation of authority ho did not mean what he said That Ila to say it argue that this country the most clvlllilng Influence In the history of munklnd was born withIM lie upon Its 1111II Mot the Iollfv nf Jefferson It Is difficult to discuss that tiMlenttr and yet If this statement were Hue If theIpurchase ot Louisiana by Jefferson were InItiny way analogous to the nn rprlse In which Mr McKInley Iis now engaged and on which he has launched this people IIII should hesitate to condemn It because any thing which formed n feature of a policy of this government for tOO years In viewer the results which this government has rrJu41lal Hut It Is not true No two tranxactlorit could have been more dissimilar than the expansion of Jefferson and the Imperialism of McKlnley So much has been said on the question that It you will allow me I will tate this evening briefly is I cnn the 1 nc Itial facts of that momentous transaction to that hereafter every person In IIMs halltwho shall hoar the sacred name or son to justify the deal of McKinley 11Ifind the mean of refuting the slander and of confounding the person who discredits the most Illustrious name In American his e tory After nn exhaustive review of territorial boundary extensions und grant Mr Cock rAn continuedtTakes Innil for Officeholder McKlnley Is taking useless and remote territory which If he succeed In subduing will cause future contests without number Jefferson took territory to Incorporate It I Into union of states nnd extend over it the hen lIcllt Influence of our constitution and the glory of our ting McKinley is seizing territory not to eXllllnd our constitutional t government I to turn It over to plunderedbyThat such n scheme as Mr McKlnley Is now offering to the American people would bo possible was totseen nt the time of the IxUliunu purchase The men who opposed the taking of tho northwest territory were utf ttd with prophetic vision They saw exactly what It was and warned the people against itrMcKlnlo tnnblc to Overthrow It The deimcrntlc party believes that JurIferson voiced n great truth n truth whichf I hue borne glorious fruits this taroI civilization which In opera un has changed the condition of lIocletrthnl sohI we contrast manhood a before tho birth of this republic It I UK If we were speaking of different seemsII and orders of beings nnd contemplatIng a wholly different planet That whIch Jdfcrsoit hats founded on thla soil cannot be McKlnleyWodiscus these mat tons with the imperialist that he will Hive 1 us any number of aimroot reasons They nre contradictory They are unsound lint that does not mako nil dlrterence provIded they inaku votes ilu Is engugeti Irvnn cf fort to enlist the pirates and the mission I rtcs antI to each one he offers time ItrllI- ntent which Ito thlllk most elTccUve lieflU1U the pirate there la plunder He tellsPthe missionary there IIs a chbice to spreadcthe Qospel Ho tells tho chant there is an opportunity to Increase his nrotlts a I to not thtnlc that you itiuUV ever had c that two reasons are given which can bo reconciled with each other and whenevert I you find thAt any ono particular policy Is distinctly Infamous you will find that the alternative that la offered Is n llttln Investlgaictithe t tiently aaI could I have endeavored wade throujn the vngun And vapory paI1 a- ances that they strewed around the l way of thJlr policy I u They Justify this policy grit MI tt ground that there U money In It and trade follows the nag Next that there la no money In It but It IIs oar duty aa a benevo ent mission to aenfl benevolent bullets to hese Filipinos and shoot them Again we aratold that wo arc entitled to these Islands s Indemnity for our loss In tho war with Ii Spain And again that wo must take theta ot for Indemnity but to Improve the Inimo j Itanta by Importing ofllceholdew and then ext that those olllceholdcrs must bo bet en than our own All the expanelonlsts ngreo that we I must have tin Improved civil servIce before I we can go Into the colony business with hopen of success That Is to say we are to Import Into the Philippines a better order civil service than we establish for our I selves nt home Again tho other argument e that wo should never hAve gone ntoII them at DUI It was wrong to begin shoot Ing them but having begun wo shall have to go on until we shoot them Into a due state of submission Again tho other argument la Uint It was wrong to go In there but Providence I flnohllYtIn I I e got there that we ought to have gone way hut wo are there and we cant get out of It that they nre aroUnd our necks like SInbnda old men of the cut except that unlike Slnbada burden they do not tick close and try to get away Now all that mist of uncertainty If we an find any logic It Is our duty to do to An KmtHsh hrnse Trade follows the flag That IsI the attractive phrase In the whole reperI It was not Invented In thin country t was brought over to the custom house t wits originated In English use and every Kngllsh sympathizer has assumed It here has trndo followed the lung If- rade follows the flag Knglnnda trade with Canada ought to be greater than Ill with the United States Aa a matter of tact since tho English lag wits driven out of the united States and- aintained In Canada It hu Increased but Ill Lawrence and the great lakesblonlllho with the United States until It exceeds Hr trade with all lien colonies combined Trade does not depend on n flair tradodependa on markets Ilut they tell us that they will establish protective rstem for the benefit of tho Filipinos Rna the Porto Illcans and our elves Now there Is ono thing which is bsolutely cttnln arid that Iii that you cannot admllaler a protective system I ngalnst It dependency without perpetrating tyranny We ourselves have laid down the rule thnt taxation without representation s tyranny It was not against oppressive or excessive taxation but any- axation even a 15 per cent Porto Rican ax The very essence of protection IIs that he trade mehations are hostile conflicting hat nation are contending against each other that every government owes to Its people all the protection In the way of dis criminating tariffs that It can afford Now rlih protection against an Independent country all you can do Is to Im pose the discriminating duties In your own custom hiuse and give your own producers the advantage In your own markets You oannot give them any advantage In a for eign market not because you do not want pJo but because you are not able nut as alnt a dependency you can give pro tection to your native producer against he products of these countries everywhere If rill Instance a Connecticut tobacco grower think that he could sell his tobacco tn Prance to great advantage If It were not for the competition of the Phil producer this government has the Ilpplne and If protection be a legitimate It IIs Its duty to give protection In the French market to the American pro ucer while It has the power and It has this pdwcr All It need do Is to Impose a heavy Internal revenue discriminating tax upon tobacco In Manila and they can pro hlblt its manufacture and production aiItogeher How can they be just how can they be rImprrtlsl when we are contestants wih theitT How can you administer protection In cur favor and against us at the time All the value which these nmett have according to the protectionist Implant theory Is that It will give us acres to their markets Now If we op pOle protection against them and this gay ernment should undertake also to give the Philippines proteclon against us to the I extent we give the Philippine protection against the American producer they would Jw conspirIng against their own citizens They cannot at one anti the same tIm give us protection and refuse it to us Either Treason or Oppression IOU they clve us the advantage they are robbing the Klllplno If they give tho Klllplno justice and the advantage they are faithless to us They must choose between treason to their own pen pie and oppression to the weak depend ents In their power Whichever they do cannot be justice And so we nnd when over you analyze one of the specious pretexts you will nnd that It IIs always an attempt to reconcile tho American pen pie to wron by promising them tho pro coeds the fruit of extortion and oppres sionIlut protectedintereststhese favorites will make money Uut gov ernment on ibis prInciples not govern ment for pr tectlon It Is government for plunder and here let mo remind you ladies and gentlemen that government cannot pront If It I honest There Iis no rogueThamoney Iis by taxation Now tho people are entitled under an honest government to a full return In some form of service for every dollar that Is taken from them If n government take mure than It returns to the people the excess Iis trib ute Now the history of the world teaches one lesson one lesson with an thatIp lIed to pay tribute haVe survived It tributehaveDespots Claim Dlrlne niarht Now no government Is willing to ad mit that It rest IU claim to authority upon the naked power of the sword so we always nnd that despots Intervene a claim of Divine right not being able to plead human consent they Intervene Divine authority and usually an absolute withheslit Iis the head of the Greek church The sultan of Turkey is the chief prophet of an oriental creed and tho emperor ofI patriarchalThis necessity of Intervening an as umIUon of Divine power springs from admIthatroPlo naslThIlldespotismNowwako of all other despots When he talks out despotism and Providence anti DI ye to Interposition ho IIII really setting up a i tim of Divine rlht just aa any oth IlercehethRt t nvowtt Is much better than when It In secretly cherished because when It is I openly avowed It Imposes some kind oftrestraint and limitation Tho Divine power for Instance that create a monarch Imposes a certain responsibility on It anti responsibilities are lImltatlollllI Two OlillKntlon Are Heclprocal The obedience and loyalty arc rolpI l11 obllzntlnns The same power that commanded tho subject to obey com 10lalo enforcingbodbence 10laleliedmittedbraced But this system of Mr McKln l loya does not even provide for a coro nation oath These unfortunates wont oathTheto An officer of the United States Is nn theUnitedhpldera will be bound to support the con stitution It ho did It would destroy him rromhiGovernment to lie Act 11ILet Us see uftcr our congress has an exed nIL theo tcrltorlcs It It has theII OWCt to let liP any governmest that Ittt McKinley proonsul I I nlftndNow t travIIguntsllitgestlon1II Do you remember what Tracy of len thntht nnd annex 10000000 of blacks somewhere anil Ureckenrldue of Kentucky would quesion Lot us once stfup au empire In the r Pltllipplne andwhatI vtheuntIlthehe e but ft theUnitedsetupvaIIOUprovsntheCityIekingThe madohereislandst contribution IhatIbecrnm nt have existed almost as long as IlutUoriginal in this country beenf Cowardly linac niul weak thoUnlt1orrrtedmwiththobuttheislandshastreacherythatavery dmarkagaInstnornlperpetratedgainti becausetInvokeInerous because it Involves the butchery of Applausj nndhiIIvp1IIdebeIIOVedsimplysubstitut neceptedhir ntri ted to servo him as he served us vreat apuiause To render him thosame service findthatMcKInleyandI that Aeulnaldo claims he ua deceived McKinleymy bUlricI ay that lam always prepared for any becauseitiolentthatdistrenjoyedfind that be would lead the chorus in de manding tis establishment of some plan of ryacua ton which would provide for a stabi government and for the protection of nr United States over these Islands ereitidt as republics In the east to bear the star of liberty and freedom Into the mtight Ut oriental despotism West I Against East Why my friends remember the conflictIIs or between the bast and the west We have just seen the armies of western civ lllzntiii mnrch upon the faroff empire of tnrhof the existence of the human race than all history records In the contest of these two ivlllzatlons shall It be a contest of brute force or shall It be a contest of reason and ut light We have the opportunity to plant at the very gates of China and of Asia a republican government one estab ilsh1 by American ballots Shall we establish that light of free dom and of progress or shall we unfurl lifts starUrd of despotism the reign of brute forr That wo are to come to the gates of the east and declare that we renounce ill that we have olned for civilization thIt freedom has been a mistake that llb- Itrtv has been a fraud that every profcs of morality which we give to the was a lie and subterfuge Intended i RTaP power for ourselves that we might crpetrato against weaker people worse juries than any that ever were attempt j agaInst usT- Ilrynn Mnn for HespeetS- omsthlng has been said that Mr Dry n election would endanger prosperity p4i I who opposed him four years ago 11 charged with inconsistency because i Cport him now Whether I have Opposed nr supported Mr Bryan our personal ref Istiin have always been that of mutual rt wct One can always soy of him that Jf Ie opposed him hp opposed hIm with re xprct while It he supports him he sup rcrUhlm with enthusiasm iZ4now that If he be elected now that he will not be In office 90 days before thla government will have forsaken the path way of militarism and will have enteredI opon the pathway of frecdcm I have no rear of being told after election that I1 vOted for fimethlng dlffvnrt gothndaniIs it danger 1 wnt argue that I have or r cd It before biTt I can say this that If t e gold standard IIs not secure now It can n ver be made secure by the election of the f lubllcans They hare had power enough Ir they have bctrayrd It once arent they lain to betray It again Their argu If nt Is that they are entitled to a ref rt wal of powe- rrjperity by Ilryan election It Is rather a novel proposition that m illdence should be based not upon loy il y but unon perfidy However I do it believe they are as depraved as they M tend they are I rather think they fi slate better than they thought I de rr ve them of the Issue but I save theirch racter But my friends how can- S sperity be affected by the election of Bryan I tell you It can be pro it red nnd extended because Mr Bryan tu ida for peace and peace Is abundance V McKInley stands for war and war Is it nutation and scarcity low Ila war to bo made without B icy nnd where Is the money to come fr m unless It be from thu wages of la te T Who supports the soldIer He cant n port himself Ills food and his cloth ii and his arma must come from tho la b of tho man who works with his M ids Are the wages of our laborers so Ml h that we can afford to dispense anti- S ttcr any of the resources available for n maintenance of militarism They affect to laugh at militarism and tt y say It is only a little militarism but u s quadrupling our array In the cause at lie administration It Is changing the 111 lie trend ot our policy which haa been t llmlnlsh and not to Increaso our rmed fiit eH Remember that this Is an at tiTppt to Increase the army It Is not to increase the Importance ot the American soldier but to diminish It the glory of IM American soldier has not been the greatness but the smallness of his num I ToUr the helter Clllsen bett believe the shovel Is warliy of more ect than the gun anti tlfo trowel of more resoect than the pistol I believe tAit the worklnmnan who produces Is a better citizen than the uald soldier who Jitroys And I believe that the soldier wtiO lights for liberty for freedom and for permanent Institutions Is the man who lUll elllclent In Industry as he Is valorous In ha field who Is ready to throw away the trowel of production and take the musket when liberty Is assailed and equally ready make the change back again when jute Is established and the earth rcmalni be conquered When we hear about this cry of pros perity I want just to call your attention just what prosperity Is The men whoI- c from the renubiican platform talk of prosperity as though the prosperity of thi country was the price af securities in Wall street Now that is ono evidence lint by no means conclusive The con luslve evidence of prosperity the ono which never can betray or mislead la the rite ot waxes paid to laborers Now I do not say that with any ex prosilun of special affection for tho man who works with lila hand but because labor must produce the fund from which iti wages are paid If Its wages are Inch Its production must be expensive lien production Is expensive commodi ties ore abundant and when commodi ties are abundant prosperity must be general and when prosperity Is general u and I and III of us must share No Ural Values In Danger Prosperity la to find openings for com tn tlltles fairly distributed among those Wilt produce them I say that Mr Bryans election will make for that form of pros pirtty and I says moreover that no real value In tllllI country will bo depreciated his election There will be certain wildcat securities thnt may find It dUll iit to obtain a market and the men wto ur talking now about our prosperity dot p tident upon Mr McKlnloy a election tIe n n who are advancing the money for tii campaign fund are not the mcn who u Mr McKinley succeeds will be buyer but sellersIf that It was going ti Inaugurate a reign of prosperity tin his reflection they would be buyers heMv r they really think the McrtI jtnlllg to be prosperous are buyers i thise gentlemen are largely loaaed down wim an osjcrtraant of wildcat securtUsa t ft m If Mr McKlnley ii successful Ute nut value of the country will bo Injured not flryanilectionam quite sure that the Chicago banker will bo quite willing to sell government bonds t goldI to know If he would agree mightbeget an offer of a reasonable amount pay electIondlllherableha day after Mr Bryan election at par In gold t wouldnt undertake to buy some se l bythebushelbecause I take It Mr Bryan a election wilt springingrompeople voiced In his nomination that will demand that finance purge Itself of the element or uiekery that baa become too DromInentrLegalized Swindling to CeasetI think that Mr Bryans election will legllatlonthroughout tranactlon o the swindling which Is now perpetrated h nurnber stock lIt the good securities will come up anti the Dad securities will disappear as they ought to dstreetImporatance that wont verify tho truth erhapsI am speaking whereof I know when I tell you that In my judgment not one single security not one single piece of property of real value will depreciate with Mr Dry an s election SOw Mr McKlnleys election wont IIlvoIhnlleoff on other purchasers Their worthless ness will soon enough be discovered but then It will be somebody else who will suf fer from It Even those wildcat secur ities have a better chance of obtaining value through Mr Bryans election than Mr McKlnlcys because Mr Bryan stands for peace pence being the embodiment of all our hands In the cultivation of the earth Chances for Watered Stock mllhlhacvaluablibyhutbyof that Is In the election of the candidate wfii stands far the best conditions under which production can be made prosperous and abundant and I believe the great worldisold idea thru when men become crowded otherWeearth can produce only a certain amount thattheyIt She Is n ccnerous mother of re sourcelo abundance She will repay In more and roi abundant streams ac appliedWhy to three and four times Its size within a thaiitof tho fire We have a larger Chicago hllthIhanground In one and two stories at the time of the fire and they nre more conifer fedIf be cultivated In peace by the willing hands of men In active cooperation we can support a larger population In Increasing comfort every succeeding year and we will support them In morality we will upportIhemIdeal Conception of Prosperity The prosperity which Is looked for ward lo is not the prosperity of Increased quotations but It IIs the prosperity which means more cultivation and more cloth ing and moro shoes and healthier bodies and that means better cottages and better men Inhabiting them that means larger schools and more extensive In structions administered In them that means more hospitals tenderer care for the stick among them that means short compensation prosperity and that Is the prosperity which awaits you If you do your duty now and remain loyal to the republic the teachings of the fathers the Ten Com mundmcnt and the moral law TRUE IMPERIALISM Ilepabllcan Belief That the McKln Icy Administration Should Be Perpetuated Senator Ilnnna Iis radically and dangerously wrong in his belief that the time is at hand when It is an American duty to do all one can to perpetuate the McKlnley administration Even if Mr McKinley had devoted himself to serving the American people instead of the American trusts it would not be the duty of Americans to per petuate his administration The per petuation of administrations is not advisable In a free anci selfgoverning republic It is essentially logical however that llnnnn and the Imperialist party should believe heart Iud soul in the advisability of perpetuating Mr Mc KinlryV administration Empire and the unchanged rule of the man who stands for empire dovetail together as neatly nnd surely as two and two make four The one Is blood of the others blood nnJ bone of its bone The grasping and greedy monopolists who have forced this government Into the paths of empire nrd who are resolute that it shall remain in those paths unquestionably believe that Mr McKlnleys administration should be perpetuated With another four years of Intensified empire they are equal to Vmanding that it be again perpetuated And so great is their contempt for the common people that they might not then be illlng to reek ognio the validity of the peoples de mand for a change of administration The perpetuating of adminIstra- tion is peculiarly fangcrous nt the present time It might become an im perial habltSt Louis Itcpublle They Do Protest Too Much There is no imperialism declares President McKlnley in his letter of acceptance From president down to the humblest spellbinder amid organ grinder the republicans ore kept busy protesting that an evil which coes ex lilt in n palpable form really l as no existence Their dentals lire based Upon the assumption that the Amen can people tire RO dull witted that they are unable to understand the duffel ence between republican government and the kind of government which has been established in lorto Rico and which Is ultimately to be forced upon thu iitplnosllaitImoreSunThe dee tions make It certain that the gold democrats are very generally voting with their party again Tbru being the ease there are strong reasons for Buying that Mr Bryan besides the southern states will get all of the states in which Mr McKinley was vie torious by n small majority in 1SOO There ale enough of those states to Insure n majority of the electoral titw l LU KO CH1AOJAKEN I Toacr Shan and Kal Ping Mines Also Held by the Allies t In TliciBKlit the ChliicMO Court Itcltlicr Intends to Return to PcUliiic XUI to PaiiUu the Utility AdfMiuntvly London Oct 0Time Shanghai cor of tlio Times writing Oc tober 7 wiyH It la reported that French troops hold Lu Ko Chiao on Hie Lu Hun raihvny The Emissions and Uermnns hold time Pel Tang fort and have also taken Tong Shan and time Kol Ping mines titus monopolizing tlie coal supply in North Chinapp It is reported that Count Von Wal emsee would maintain an even bal nce between the powers whereas the actual result of the operations places nil the strategic positions in time hands of other nations A strong feeling prevails that time situation is daily be coming more gloomy BerlIn Oct 9TIme Berliner Pout considers that time latest news shows that the Chinese court neither intends to return to Peking nor to punish time guilty adequately The Itocmen Xeitung regards M Delcusses iwtc ns a wedge driven into the recently reestablished liar mony of time powers Front the Shanghai correspondent the Frankfurter Zeitung has received time following The Chinese Telegraph Co which IH immensely rich wishes to transfer its interests to foreigners fearing that the property will be seized as indemnity by time powers London Oct DFlve thousand Tri ads sns a dispatch to time Iaily Telegraph from Canton dated Octo ber 7 have defeated time imperial troops anti occupied several places be tween Mlrs bay nml Deep bay They are now moving southward The vice roy today dispatched Ailtn Ho and Gen Tong to oppose them Time Times publishes n report that Emperor Nicholas recently decided to call the Itussian troops from Man churia after Mukden hud been occu pled POLAR BALLOON EXPEDITION Andrre niul Associate Were Killed II y Native oil the Northeast Short of Hudson Hay Minneapolis Minn Oct 9harry S Kimupcn a newspaper man vvho baum just returned from n long trip along the east shore of Hudson bay tells a story that is likely to explain the fate ot time Antlrce polar balloon expedition Mr Kiinppcn with nines white men anti eight Indians sailed COO miles tip the bay At the north ern end of their journey they fount an Eskimo tribe who reported that two year before n sky boat had conic into the region on the extreme northeast shore of time bay that it came to the ground and that time hostile natives of that country kilUd the white rcsn hi it Knappim brought back nothing in the nature of evidence continuing the theory that the men in time sky boat were Aml roe and lila companions but he believes that they were time ex plorers BIG CONTRACTS The Baltimore it Ohio Road Order 3OOO KrnlRht anti OOOO Steel Cars to Cot fMl 03000 Chicago Oct 0 Arrangements for building 3000 freight cars for the hIaItimnoe Ohio railroad by time Pullman Co nt Pullman 111 were completed Monday The contract rails for 2500 box ears each with a capacity of 00000 antI AOC flat cars The total cost of the rolling stock will be 18115000 This is the second large order tor freight equipment given by the Del timore Ohio management within the last week The first order WUB 0000 steel cars to cost 0600000 With time acquisltjon of time 0000 steel cars nnd the 3000 freighters the Baltimore Ohios freight equipment will Include 80000 cars 12000 of which will be of the steel variety Fled t Egypt Cheyenne Wyo Oct 9A German returned from Egypt reports that he saw and conversed with I D Dare defaulting cashier of time Cheyenne national bank anti former president of time national bunk of San Diego Cal Both failed in 1391 as n result of Dares manipulations Dare steal ings Lire said to have reached 300 000 Promotion In the Artillery Service Washington Oct 0Time follow ing promotions have resulted in tho artillery arm of tIme service by rtsi son of the death of Lieut Col Len caster Mnj James M Ingulls 5th artillery to be lieutenant colonel of the 3d artillery Copt A M Hodges 5th artillery to be major of the 5th artillery llroke Tricycle Her ord Brockton Mass Oct 6Harry Kikes broke every rioycle record from two miles tp the hour with or dinary pacs The hour record is 30 miles 1013 yards previous record by Chase at Paris 3S miles 404 yards lint Ills Own Crnvo Battleground 1ml Oct ILhugh DeWitt who Is an inmate of the state rioldlciV home has selected a lot in time cemetery here itit a grave in IL wluhx Itt will be buiird when ha dies Ii1r I 1 5 1l l I 1rCTI ww t I r Insr f t J Material tI t ROUGH AND DRESSED LUM LL- Il I v BEHI t 9 j Doors and Windows Shingles o i Limo nnd Cement j Bnlldors Hardware i 1 Paints Oils etc f 1 ESTIMATES i I OIIEEHFOLLY j FUUXIS1IE1 N j FEED STUFFS I J Hay Oats Corn Bran etc j etetti UPWSEIIison f t T r vvV-ii A FOOLISH OIIIL IIJtJ Engages In a Clandestine Marriage j and Then Hacks Out r 1rrMBTftOlOLI8 ILL Oct 5 ii Hocitil dialog were surprised by the an nounooniont in a bunt paper of tho so j trot marriage of Miss Vita Mulkey of this oIly and RdTitl Pn si of San An gelo Toxns The bride is the youngaftt 4 4daughter of judge J II Mulkoy onco n supreme judge of Illinois and isi very popular in Metropolis year ago Miss Mulkoy visited rela J1t J1tA in San Angelo Toms and while she mot Mr Passo a wealthy ranch i I 1ownor of that city It wits a case of love III nt tint sight The young ran ioro in honor of his sweetheart named Ills ninuh Vita ranch Miss Mulkoy taw a talented singer and it was at a recital in San Angola that sho won the affections of Passo Aftor her return to Metropolis the I Texan suitor paid frequent visits to her 1 home Whllo on ono of those visits they wont to Paducah Ky the morning of Aug 2d and wore seorotly married at the Palmer House t The young man remained hone for a week and then returned to San Angelo to prepare the homo for his bride Arrangements wore made for a public wedding and in the meantime the for trot ceremony was to bo kept secret Xot even the young ladys aroutH woro informed and tho secret could still have been a secret had it not been discovered by a newspaper futon who made the story public in this city Now the bride publicly announces that she does not and never huts loved Passo and will not live with him The wedding which had been planned for yester v day did not occur Mrs MulkoyPasHo in a statement says It was foolish in mo to marry him Ho is n tine boy and I believe ho loves mo but I do not love him and I is dp not believe in acting a farce 1 regret that tho mutter has become public but it cant bo holped now tinXOYEI TO ST LOUIS The woolen mills office fixtures at Mayficld are being shipped to St Louts whore all the clerical work will bo done I in thefutnropCharles No u Hester Ilrizondiu t and Dan McCloutents will go np Sunday Boone chosen will have chargeI bfvprhat office work is required for theI department hero The mills will run hero tho same asI in tho past for the preseut Seine of the idle sowing machines may be movedI I J there They now have 140 sewing ma I departmcnIt field Messenger I i StrikeiNow that President Mitchell has call cd a convention of tho striking anthra cite miners to meet It is to ibo hope iI r tho strike will bo soon settled Tho of 1 fer of 10 per cent advance in wages andi the reduction in tho price of powder aro such concessions to tho minors that it iis ditlicuit to ECO how they can be ignored especially as thousands of lloss fortunate I workmen in the steel and iron industries have neon compelled to accept redulI ItionsI in their pay The minors have1 been favored by various eircumstanc- II in addition to the vital one Ire undoubted grievances Tho strike wayis timed soncar tho presidential election that politicial and the bunking interests enlisted in behalf of a settlementI were limo undoubted activity in anthracite mining was another important item iin favor of tho men 4 I UnioniMAYMHUI KY Sept 28 1000 To Thomas Dillon Sr Commander ofI Camp Jo Ward Ilickman Unit ed Confederate Veterans In compliance with invitation of cam Charles Wicklilfo of Wickliffe Ky l tho various camps comi osing the 7t J VetJIj f social reunion with said camp Charles Wickliiro on tho lakes near WiclcWfo Ky of which invitation tho various l Commanders of Cutups have boon noti I sled and in response have indicated i III desire to accept said invitation It is therefore ordered that tho Com i f launders respectively of the severalII- II g IL EeLr f camps to meet with said camp Charles Wicklino in annnal business and socialI rounion on the lakes alwvo indicated J Ji on WcduoKcay and Thursday the lit and 25th of Oct 1000 with all necessaryj j forage rations and other equipments for I Itwodays outing The diirereiKcommandora aro request i ed to invito friends and nil oxconfeder i ates not identified with said Regiment meet with us on said occasion H S HALE Col Com 1 1toIt A imOWDEIt Sorgt Mnj I Wants For SlIlo1or Rent Lost r Found to Loan etc inserted In tho Courier at rate of 1 cent a word each inI I Bortion Personal mentions free I i l J L e FOOLIM11 Tnt FAKXEK- t c Doubtful Itural Districts Arc to be Jivcn Free Deliver Until ElectionrtIuformation from an official source has boon received at Democratic Nn tiounl headquarters In Chicago that the Postofflco department at Washington under orders from Mark Ilaniia is mak ing arrangements to make a thirty days trial of rural postal delivery in all doubtful localities in Iowa Illinois Michigan and Iuhiannin fact in al doubtful States They hopo in doing this to inako farmers believe tho Re thempubhicanThis scheme is to be instituted iu all doubtful localities early iu October whilo it is to be withdrawn in strong Republican localities That snob is Hanuas latest goldbrick scheme is borne out by a Washington report saying that tho free delivery sys toni teas inaugurated last week in three or four close counties in Maryland amIII that it is to be extended to some other I StatesAs as tho election is held the I rural carrier routes will bo abolished anti the tanners will continue to go to town for their mail National Demo oroLII WAU COSTS 10 IKK FAMILY I The census of 1000 is expected to show ofsfrom 76000000 to 80000000 Tho your I IlyI current cost of holding tho Philip pines therefore amounts to nearly or quite 2 pur Individual It accordinglyI amounts tt6 10 per year for each aver ago family To the largo majority ofII families in tho United Status this sum is nearly or quito equal to what tho bends thereof aro able to oars In n wokTill taxes which go to meet this most costly enterprise arc collected from tho people in indirect anti Unobservable ways But they aro taken nevertho less from tho pockets of tho people and not according to ability to pay but ofaccordingthe necessaries of life ovenThey aro paid none tho lessl certainly directly and they reduce by much J the earnings of the laborer which go to his support and enjoyment Suppose this system of taxation weroII changed to a direct system and once a your the federal tax gatherers were to knockto I manding JOfor what For tho hold lug of a distant and unwilling people in subjection for tho mere glory of it syndicatesandpolicy be supported It would be voted down with greater unanimity than any other proposition ever was which came before the American people and barring au opportunity to voto it down it would cause domestic revolution + agodhandsbeing tho purchasers They have bought It not as n speculation but to uso it In 1IlOIIIelingUJlickMllwblutfs protection for newspaper help and enterprise The CouiliKit with 40 years service has been long persuaded that a local paper can bo made tho greatest factor in tho develop mont and prosperity of a community when hackedl by brains and local cape tal and wo now have this fortunate com bination in the Lake County Press and hence wo tThall look with much interest to lug future work A PEACH STONE The Iniiocciil 88c of a Childs Wound Probably Fatal Henderson Gleaner Tho little fouryear old daughter of Mr Joe Dean who lived on Vard Yow dells farm sustained probably a fatal ace Owcnab01Oistairs room and had started down tho stairs when she fell and rolled totho foot of the stops for head struck a peach stone with such force as to drive i through her skull just above tho righ andeu portion of it oozed out of tho wound heagsays sho may recover but that tho wound of such a nature that it is liable to produce death at any time later in Ufo The Salaried Physicians As many know the Chinese physi ohm receives a salary from lib patients as long as they are well and as soon as they get ill his pay stops Some Amen eau families not disdaining to learn something from tho other side of the world have partially adopted tho same plan that is they pay tho Hillary wheth or thoy aro sick or well and it is of keeppattendingh thoJit tames general practice it will bo the interest of tile physician who law charge of a family to study erich member of itphy JrtIHL or correct environment proper diet and healthy habits and toI labor with the view of unlacing them to keep in touch with all those Will Carlotous Magazine FOUfED BY TilE TRUSTS h Thieve is n peculiar KigntUeance in tho fact that the Philadelphia Times which ourucstly supported Mr McKinlny In lima now coiniM out in advocacy of tin election of Mr Hryau anti that the ma jority of members of the Amalgamated Association of Iron Steel anti Tin Workers with certain thoughtful lead i ors of that organization have reached tho conclusion that their best interests demand the success of tho Democratic party In both instances tho trust issno has compelled this accession ofstrength tto the Democratic cause may Clicnp nltrt SI L1 piAt 1e ails tII Return Yin M 0 It It Account St Louis Ix1ositlousnu l Fair Agents of tho Mobile Jk Olifqqlt nIWlcklifTo Ky to JncksonTulin j will sell tickets to St Louts 1101 atilt r turn on Monday Sept 17 and on etch uuhlOct IhIaof tho St Louis Fair Agents of time Mi SrLoafsruiugtlon apply to any agent of tho nbov road or to O M SlUm AMobile j WiiKNyoH I I cannot sleep forconghtn It is hnnlly uoctsstkity that any ono Ihoulll tell you that YOU need a few loxes of toullarthej sloop possible It Is good Try it For ealo by Cowgill Cowglll Hicktniui IyIFSTUAY NOTICE i Taken np as n stray by U Y McCon troll living in Fulton County Kyi miles west of Jordan ono mile north blr tho State lino raid one bay mare mule banhighable and vnUfod at m195 Given and r my hand tliK SeptemberI Uw27thtIOf i J 1F MKNKBS J P F d u Farmers Free Column Under this heading will hereafter Ik published notices not to exceed II thus each from farmers who aro snlwrrib hellductsA flan Jersey milk cow for sale Ap ply to O L Roar I Good cow with youngcnlf for sale L II hu- tFor 4 Rule 1 house 2 years old past ono mule J year old past and one weaning multi Apply to Mils J P UKRRD MizoI I Va have added to our targe sloe I I OFfJfJ i pAx NLIT 5 a complete line ol Heady j Mixed Paints ALL COLORS II aril guaranteed to bo of tIlt BEST QUALITY UOVGIIJIJUOWGII1J nItUacitirNG llcforc Deciding on Your Sunnier Tnpi Lookup rates routes anti train Mr vice via tho Mobilo dC Ohio H U to Waukesha Wis Niagara Falls N Y andtIsetMinn Minneapolis Minim St Louis Mo and many other reverts North East and West Low rates snptrior service This company has In servica u complete lino of now vcstibnied rowh es surd sleepers Their summer Bcli d ulg are unsurpassed close conniftioii is mado nt St Louis Union Station for all prominoit Summer resorts Siwrjal 1II1181111incoll1illtho transfer of passengers to till IOU fleeting lines attends to sleeper r sor vatiou eto Summer tickets on salo from Juno 1st to September UOth limit JIMIt100etgoutC Atrt Mobile Ala e t rIIIB A A IMtlfl 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