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HXRlOtf UAiL MIRKOK, flRIDAY) JULY' 10, 1908r r
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It til I I! If fllsf CJ,a,p' 1,,c,' owflS to tUo cmphatto
Ulfa Li 4 1" WUflt muiiitor Jn whloJi ho. expressed His
WILL MftKC HIS? 8 5
147th Visit to, Marion
MONDAY, JUL 13
A M.to8 1.t. (INK IMY ONLY
f ' i
SEC HIM! SEE HIS PATIENTS'
THEN IF YOU AE NOT SATIS.
FIEO DO NOT TAKE TREATMENT
L. F. VOKE, Ph. G., M. D.
Qruttiite, Ohio State University, Starling Medl
cat College, Holer's School ol Optica. Kighl
rear of College. Unlveraitv and Hoinllal train
In, l'lllecn year actual experience in the
Irealment ol CHRONIC DISEASES of MEN
To Chronic adectlons of the Lung. Head.
Note, Tliroat. Ears. Bronchial Tubes ai
Catarrh, Bronchitis, Atthma, Etc.
Stomaolt, Liver. Bowol. Roctiim aa Indl
(cation, iniiioutness, consupation, l'iie. Kie.
lood. Heart, Skin as Rheumatism, Eczema
Pimples, Etc. i
Nerve, Opine, Brain aa Epilepsy, Fits, Neu
ralgia, Headache, Sleeplessness, Dizziness, Ncrv
Otis Exhaustion, Etc
Kidneys. Bladder. Prostato, as Diabetes,
Orients' Disease, Cystitis, Etc.
Ruptures, Piles, Varlcooele. successful!.
ireaica wimoui use 01 xnue or aeienuon iron:
No matter what the disease. Its name
or nature, If it Is ohronlo, obscure or dlf
fioult, you are Invited to call or writo re
DISEASES OF THE EYE
Many aflections ol the eye successfully treated
ny harmless methodsol home treatment. Glass
cs mica ana lurnisaca.
DISEASES OF WOMEN
SHCMMhllW lrM h .v. h.rmlM. mclh
n of home treatment. Unneceisary ppera
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DISEASES OF MEN
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to men, especially those aunerinfi from over
jork and other excesses.
TEN REASONS WHY
Yoii can Coninlt Or. Voko with Confidence
lo this community and has established a nermsn
2. Ho limit lilu prsotloo to Chronic DIj
cases and has spent his life in the study am
treatment ol same,
3. By maklntrosular visit to varlou
fVirV'SVfVAfnmJMiV.T.'i11'11 o find them furr'Ttli-.r tho nopiib- jloadors were denying th.it any tpista
KSSTplJI.2 !?..ih h em HfVet .n.l furnishing the sinew, 'wWrd. He advocated rallmad -n
treat a much greater number oi people thai of war for tho Ttcnuulisan eoinmlttco .l3tloil before the erusido apalnst ro
wouW be possible if he saw his patients dally o xi mm jUltP3 ., discrimination began.
s. Hi.pr.otio. consists of difficult case. 'Tl.c plntfonn ndcotccl bv Hie late l' "Ho -has always been the friend or
fully nine-tenths :ol whom have failed lo secur convention shows what tho Republican labor, and was anions tho first to urge
.aUsfactotTresuUs elsewhere ,( t (, renresets. ' AltllOUZh Iconclllstlon bctWKtl labor and capital.
sent to bim by lormer patrons
" .inrM"ioi rinmi mi mikh
T. If ho tlilnka he cannot benefit you he wl
8. He will spnro no eOort or expense 01
his part to cure you.
9. His Charcot are lair and reasonable.
10. Consultation and examination are fre
Addres nil communication to
L. P. VOKE, M. D
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Continued from Pago Ono.
try from sea to sea, Unit 011 tho
4 Hi of 'March next a Democratic
jircfcldcnt would bo Inaugurated,
backed by a Democratic houso and
tho peoplo could then como into
When iJIr. Chirk had finished Mr.
James imported that tho resolution
cbmmltteo would not bo ready to
report befarc midnight. Ho then
niudo a motion that tho - rules bo
HUbpcuded and that tho nouilnatiux
npoetlirs for piesldontlnl caiidldatea
be-imudo with tlio understanding, (
uowovcr, mat no unuut biiouiit no
taken until after tho report ol tho
commiuc, had "bee., id. 1J.0
nctlbu was atbptcd and tho rules
were 1 oclwo.. by tho chair o bo
suspended, and nominations to bo
"Alabama called tho clerk.
"Tho chairman of that delogatioii .lomlunled by tho scoken or special
ni'oac and was leoognlzed. "Knowing privileges, cannot furnish him. Ro
that Nebraska will mnko no mlrf- publicans who really dwlro reronn aro
tako lu itomluatln? tlio- right mau", "powerless; tho efforts of tho praddopt
J19 said, "Alabama yields to No- havo beon futile,
brjwkn," I 'fThe Demiicratlc .patty iriust fur-
'i. J. Dunn of Omaha will
epfak for- tlio Nolmuska clolegatlou'1 tims demand, am bo must' 1P mdn 'dor wJiopi tho masaes will onlht. Wc rolitlops i,Ui Argonllha, as ho Is rr
jtnnounvrcl llio chairman of that known to .bo freo from tlio Influencps (ro not hero In response to tho vojco ported bo tho i-trongcit man In the
uliUe, while tho cheering which fol- that cQiitroJ 'tho "Uepublleau pmtr.'gf oxpedlency; neither political b0sc3 now government. Tho,,1hlnlster's ills
lowed tio ilrst -Htatomont from Ala. ilo must bo a tnnu' of Ku'ieVlor Intel-J nor corporate motors sent usjicre. 'patch confirms confidential mid unof
bajua cuiitlnucd unabated. jlect, i-ound judgmenti posjtlS-q convlc. ,Wo nro hero at tho nummons of tho flcirtT report's of Argoiltlna intbrext In
'.fSh 'Dunn, who wnfa to make that
speech' 'of tho convention In which
thb greatest Interest was folt by tho
delegates and "tho spootatora Is scar
cely of middle ago. Mb clean cut,
determined looking, clean shavon
fei-o Is mirmountccl by dark brown
r ' "v..'--.i - i M mj'. "
PM W Am Rl Mrtlln iklt
llsf!C! JkAln. nij55iii!r n"
i iiyJ.,L , -1 "iulc0r lrp DY wii
H cInlrncritlhalWiliH'i lively ffu&ranUaaatla-
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gold by I'locuoira ruurmaoy.
Speech with la hand, was soon
toddling lite coiitbf 6f Ills' forehead.
JIo upohe dearly' and with a pleas
ing manner of delivery as follows.
Jn nominating W. J. Bryan, Mr, I.
fl. JDutttt, ci Nibrtiska, said:
''CWmM nffse' in Itio llfo of natloliH
which 6ndanger their Institutions and
nt Utiles lnYperil lite advance of Civ-
''Every "people tbat him left Its
Imprests upon history lias faced such
"In nnoftJ Instance's, where grnc
danger li'ivc threatened tho nafety or
tho- - state, uwne great character',
Bonic master mind has been found,
produced as It were by the conditions
Oremjelvtu. with "Capacity to direct
nrlght the cilerjrU'.s bf the people
"This was truo of tho nuejeut world j
It has been tme of tho modern -world;
It l true of this republic.
I ''.Wo Hivo such n crisis to moot to
da;. fThc favor-secltlng corporation."
have gradually strengthened their
hold upon tho government until they
now menace popular Institutions,
'Tho question Is, "wliothor this gov
eritnicnt shall' bo restored to tho con
trol of tho pcop'.o amt bo administered
In tho Interest ef n,'l. or whetlior It
xhill renin I n an Instrument In tho
hand of tb6 few for levying tribute
upon nil tho re3t.
' In Ids apeclnl mes.-asc to conjrresi
Inst winter President Tlooovelt de
clared, substanthlly, that certain
wrnlthy men who hare becomo onov
nHiwlv rlnli hv nniirpHlii" tlm w.Tn
'" "-15 )," "?, PI,rc'n lUC wno
osrnor, defrauding life public and prnc
ttclng all forms of Iniquity, have
ib.inded together, !m by the unlimited
ue of money, cndoivor to secure
rreedom frani restraint nnd to over,
throw and discredit all who honestly
administer tho law.
"That the motliodij by which these
urn have aiulred tliclr great for
tunes nn only bo Justified by a sys
tem of morality, fiat would permit
every form of criminality, every form
of vlulrn-co, corniptlon and fraud.
"Formally years, and especially
dttrlwg the iast twclvo years, these
n have been In control of tho
llcpnb'lcan p.irly; they linvo fhnnecd
every campaign f lhat party for a
qn'irtcr oT a rciltlirjr.
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,viiin tlu prcMrtciu has m seainingiy
" l. " MUfii ilivil viii.iii.oi -
douounred. have given their enthusl
nMIc support to tho Uepublleau
...... 1Ci, a)(. j)o c pu. Tiev la a mcir
hands upon tho trust fttncH
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tloim and tnriictl tho plunder over to
,ln neptlblloan oommltteo. Tho money
thus filched from thn Innocent and
hellilcss to purchase' Tteptlbllcnu vlc-
t()rv 0( nppI, rnj)n,
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''And whoro do r.o find these mcn.f urotecllon.
Icidtv? Where are the ''.swollen for.
tunes" of which vr hnvo heard .10
much 7 Just wht?re wo would oxpect
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Vimir'.Nn-u My inu "iriviiiin 01 rvvcnurcii
nud TafL In framlmr thn nlatform
evriiy Kctniluo reform which Hoosevolt
Jns '5vtrrtkcl wf scorned nnd
trammed beneath the Iron heel of tho
prcd'itory masters of tho republican
party. T.I10 WlbCfunln delcipitlon
which favorod n'aclns a few reform
plankn In the platform was denounced
with snrM belns KOflallslIe and
ftomo-ratle. and tho convention, by u
voto ofelchtto one. rcimaintnl tho re-
n,rn,n ,,int l,m l,re8Cllt aamlnlstrti-
t0U cinlnw lo rnvor.
"Jlie mask of hypocrrl-y and eleeep- advoaitrd IeirI.latlon which will so
tlon lins been torn from (ho fnco oC ouru publicity as to campaign coutrl.
tho-.n' who pretend to fnvtr tho policies buttons.
yf tho president, ?nd we new know ''1II0 believes In peace In univcrs-whj-
tho "p.Htcin" admires Tn'ft, toler- al Christian peneo. tic bellqvci tho
ntps Tlooievelt .nnd hates tho senator
Wlien wmiielled to
ichcoso between an npoval to tlic
manhood nnd conscience of the people
In dofpn of Itt platform and candl-
date, o ntho one hand, and tho mil. tho special lntercbta ,ho han remalnccT tho ministers cscapo wns remarkable,
Hon; tint tho "special Interestn" may true to the cause of the people. With 'as many pvrcomt were, Idled In tho vi
bo depended upon to eontrlbuto on jclcar vision and with untaitcrlirg elnlty.
tho other, tlio Hepubllcnn party re- trust, coliig and knowing the truth, I iDlseoverlng their -erixir. tho troops
jencu me pcopin nun coniuiucii ii.no lias never luai iiiuu in un uiiai
lllance with Mammon.
''"If tlio chnrges mndo by tho presi
dent aro truo nnd tlioy are true wo
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,lmf t bo UJ , J
1arllotlt,in nml lllllca nctlon of tho
arc Indeed face to face with n sltuB"
ijieapio alone can remedy present evils,
I "T ii.fi irn n Liinnaoufi.l flnlil n.n imiihI
iir,vo a 0nler. Tho nenubllcan tinrtv
iilsli the lehdor1 which present c'ondl-
Oons nntl mfjral courage ono who
iw"l "met the forces of plutocracy with
1ho naked sword bf truth ono who
knows no surrender. lie must hove ' ''Wo are bore representing all thut ,lH witing instructions from nli gov
n genius for state'crafir he must ho l bat In tlio traditions of our party; ornmunt but Is active for the security
a man of wldo exporlehco in public ,we feel again tho spirit that animated f t" officials and frlonds oir tho
affali-s; he must have ability to for- Domoerncy In tho diys of Jefferson m,lcn government ,of whoih about loo
.mulatc lxlllclcs dud courago lo
"Btl' n''vo " ho nuiHt have 'faith
'" U, l100!110-' Ho hiusf not onlv b--
i,,u " ,uo t'S'tt ui yi I'c-unic iw
,mmi Mm in limit" rn,iJnUv "-, .in
narty hnst many
distinguished men who mlgltt be chob-
Ion js our standard bearer; bill It has
(ouo man who dbovo all other's I)-
se - sscs tho necessary qualifications and
Is eminently fitted for this leader
''lie U a pinn wboo
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uiiniua on every puuiic quci-
pany sinuus on every puinic qucn-
tlon. Ills conliH for stito.craft Is
rihdwn by the conatructlvo work ho
has ttono In proposing reforms, nnd by
the ability with nhlch ho has fortified
his position. Dut wo may go farth-
or. as the yejrs have piweri,
''A few montlH alnco ho' visited' tho I ''Speaking and writing freely on all
prlnclpl nations of the world. Ho subjects, his henrt has had no secrets
camo In contact with tho leading and liN friends have Incrcaiqd In num
mlnds of Christendom and tho world bcrs ntd In eonfld'lioc. ,
abroad recognized hN grentnes and I ''Without nn organization to urge
ipahl him Jthat tribute justly a lie to his claims; without a campaign fund
men of high attainments. to clreulnlo lltcraturo In M bchalr;
''iln tho most distinguished peace
ooiivontlon that hai nsfem.blcd In re-
cent years, he proposed a plan, which, Hon to cocrco Its employees Into hli
if adopted, would provo moro effective sifpporf! without a subsidized hews
tlinn any nfbttratlon treaty than lins paper lo liilluenco thu'" public mind, ho
yot been made, and by his lnfluenco
ho secured Its approval by tho roprc-
seulntlves of the twenty-six leading
nattons there ns-emblod.
''Is ho thoroughly Informed regard-1
Ing the lodes of this campaign? Head
hls speeehes and M writings, which
for iiwrly twenty years hnvo been a
imrt of the lwlltlcal lltcraturo of tho
nation. Is ho sincere, brave nnd tie-
tonnlncd? Even his political oppononts
now admit that ho 1.
'I have lmd a close iwMoiinl nnd
political doqunlntntico with this mnn,
whoo nnmo Nebraska presents, since
he entered political llfo. I can toollfy
from ob-iorvittlou ns to his inlltlcnl
conduct brforo ho was known to fame.
Ho was honest, bravo nnd unyielding and 1900 boro tho battle-scarred bin
then; he Is liiucat, bravo nnd unylcld- nor of Democracy with fame ns un
lir.r now. sullied nnd fldsllty sis spotless a tho
'Honesty Is Inherent lu him. He cnisadcr or old. Nebraska presents
was an honest lawyer before ho on. wu name because Nebraska claims his
tcrcd politics. He wo honest In his dwelling placo and proudly enrolls htm
pollMcil methods before liN stntesmnu- nmonv her citizens; but hU home Is lu
ship was rcLogiilzed by the ivatlon: nl0 hcirts of the pcop'.o.
and ho ha-t been honest throughout his I u obey tho command of my state
'r'IlB convlctlotw hnvo been IiIh pol-
illloil creed. Ho has Impressed thoso
convictions upon others, not by dicta-
tlon. hilt by nrgumcuts autircsod 10
iVtn lfflantAllt Itlli tUt ntiCflntlPn 1
the Judjrnicnt and tho Consclcnco.
''Itcllovlng lu tho ultimate triumph
of the right, ho Ins ncvor e.ninlncd
questions frm the xtandpolut or ex
redlenry.. He ha never inquired
whether a 1wlltle.1l principle was pop
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ean-.uinr; 11 lias been riuuicicnv lor mm
. u-"tu iii". .. .. nui.
''Ho' has been a consistent champion I
of the rwcrved rights or the i-tates.
He favored the election of senators by
direct vote before tho Houtc of Ucp
resontallvcs over acted favora.bly upon
tho Mtlbject. Ilo championed tariff
reform when the. Wert was tho hot-bed
I ''Ho faorcd sn Income ta beforo
"'he Income tax law was written. Ho
ntiacKcu tno trusts wnen Kopubiican
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Injunction moro Ih.iti 3 decado ago.
Ho aiipouuced his opposition to liupcr
llilltm beforo nny other man of proiu
Inenco had cxpresicd hlnuiclf on tho
hubjoct, and wlth:ui waiting to 1.00
whether ho would bo popular.
I ''When a Wall Street panic burst
upon us a fow months ngo ho prompi-
' proposeil 33 a remedy tlio uuarantto
of bank deposits, and so popular liaa
this plan become
that It la today a
natKjnnl issuo and tupiMirted by tho
iiuiiucm i me pcopiu. 110 huh ioub
destiny of nntlons t-hould bo dotcr
mlucd, not by wars, but by applying
tho principles of justice and humanity,
I ''Though thcio prlnclp'cs havo -met
with Unci unpromising opposition from
''fTlirougli yenrs of tiuparallelod pol-
Itlnl warfare, his loyiv.ty to his Ideals
I , M ,avjQt
ed lo ftlnnc3i (lcm
and to his follow mon has boon
Ills refuBal to sur-
convJctlons, though subject-
mi flrvmitinlfttlnii nnit vltlrllo-
.tiiia opposition such ns a few- public
I. ha.. In oil l,Ci.,. 1iin linnl, vll
nelloil to wlLlistnnd. Is amnio nroof of
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his superb dmiuge. (morp nnrlnes and tho reported coming
'Mils curcor, proves that succes-ful of two other Argentina war vessels nro
leadership Is determined by tlio sue- announced In n -stato department dls
cess or failure of gn?at principles patch tlatcjd at Asuncion yesterday
rather than by election to high offlco. .from Mr, O'llrlon.
''Wo havo mot to plap the campaign
and to coniuilAlon tho commander uif-
pink and fllo of that political organ
Izntldn which Is the special defender
of tho rights' of tho common (peoplo
UIO VOILTM IlilVO Bll.KBII, UllU WO
nsscmblo to gtvo ieprefc.Ioii or their
will, Their voice- for tho third time
''Tho voters havo sicken,
cans .viir-a lavurue son 10 uo uic
'.4'.,,iai "i.,a At 1.1. .-j.. 1.. .,.,
I U1UUUIU UI7U1VI Ul ll-T IIJ HI UllO
''fltnpn lime hcan no rtraniWr trlbt.'
utA was eier nald Jri anv rhan hv n
froo pcopie, Ho is reopgnlzed today 1
ns tho most roprcscntstfyo citizen of
(the nation', the peer Of any living limn.
''Frldiids itifd foc have learnetf tlirtt
ho win shaped In Mint herolo mold In
which tho world's groat pirlots, Ktates-
men nnu leauors nave ueen cai
. . s
''First nominated when ten years
(younger than nny othor presidential
candldato over chosen bv a nn?in)iiont
party: living In a state five hhidrcd
miles farther west than that In which
nny prcildont 1ms over lived,' ho hn
crown In the. nffcctlons of tl((? peoplo
wltlittut pntronngo to bribe a lntr
voter: without n predotory corpora.
has won a nlgnal vlpbry nt tho pil-
narles ami has iKcomo tho free choice
of the militant Democracy of tho un-
'Tormlng In ono unuroken jiln'anx.
extending from Massiichmctto to t'all-
.font In, nnd from "Mlclilgan t! the over-
iglades, tho yeomanry of the party
have volunteered .tfulr sen-Ices to
make him the party -.candidate; and
they will not lay down'Hictr-nrnpj.nn-
til they hnvo mndo hlirt tho nation's
' Nebraska's IVimocracy which iw
In him. when a oung man, Hie Mgtw
0f promKc, places In iiomln.itlon ns
tho standard beater of our party the
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in,u who In tho thillllng days of 'DC
inl tho mandate or tnc nomocracy or
tj)e nation when I offer tho name of
Amcrlea'H greit Commoner. NehrnskV"
Rft0(j 5011, WMLUAM .IENNIXCS
lt't. r ll. j1rtlnni.l llltlf lilu
ill-'ll ."II. ,'Uim - 'ii"i:u iimv in"
i-andldnto wus tho choice ol the
militant Democracy of the country
the convention broke In with wlhl
cheers. The every ready flays wore
1 , A ( t
'"ll '-, " t Uill.um
c t iirougif Jkj !ai
Tho conventloni utter ono lnur
mill twelve minutes of cheerlm:.
Reiiato- (learln of Oregon dcconclcd
CorVsrosuinnii IHuniiionil pi iced
tho nntiio of Coy. .loluiton ul .Min
nesota In nomination.
Hon. I.evln illarcly of Delaware.
placed .IihIrc (Jcoffrc Gray In iiotnl
Troops Fire at Minister to
Paraguay but-Hastcn to
Wirthliigton, July 10 Kurt her do-
.HW received here of tlio resolution In
iar.igutiy Htato that -while flBhlliiK was
going on in Asuncion an .incident oc'
curred which nilglit have had a most
serious result .
Tho American minister, IMwuril C.
O'Urlcn, dculmits of proffering bin
good offices in ordor to provont furth-
cr loss of life, while approaching tho
hcaquartcra of the revolutionists was
fired uihjii three times by government
troop. According to tho dispatches,
it'.iatu iiring uirj oniccrs naiciicii in
B'vo explanations to tho mlnltitor who
(ls convinced that tho act was not pro.
fl'lio npiiolutnioiit of Sopor Oondrn,
tlio Purngiinyan niluMor" to Klo do
Janeiro, as minister of tho Interior
linrlpr tlm linn1 Pni'.ipn.l v.i,. rrnvni-n.
mont, tho Paraguayan survelllnnco
rll'np iA AVn-nitlllin lftfmflnli nt
'ABunclon. Arcentlna thrents of landlmr
fri'" dispatch sttys much U expected
of Sonor fhindra In restoring peaceful
the ParnRUayan struggle
Tho legation of the Argentina Vcpre
nentatlvo Is lcept under watch nhd ho
nro In legation.
M.A.W. CHWE'S flCt
J CATARRH POWIER sCabi
;,- V'r sirs me nir .pasaagef.
C E. PERRY, Lcsso and Manager
Onef Week Cotnmcnclng
Monday JULY 6th.
Two Shows Each Night,
8:00 and. 9:15,
A ReseVved Seat for 10c
Secure your Seats at Box Office.
Snys He Never Told Holoaon
What He Thought About
a War with Japan.
Oyster Day, N Y.. July 10. Scclo
tary to the President I;eb was iiikctl
yciteulay If the president wott.d have
any comment to miiko on tho speech
of Congressman U. I. Hobson lu tho
Democratic convention nt Denver, in
which reference was made la a report
ed uttoranco of I'roildcnt Hoobovell
regarding .1 war with Japan.
It era use of tho president's abuclicc
during the day on 3 picnicking ex
pedition, .Mr. l.ocb did not u"e the
executive until the lattcr'n return last
evening. Tho secretary win with
Mr. rtooocvelt for three Irours In the
oenlng nnd called his attention to
the speech In which Mr. Ilobbon had
said: ' I want to s.iy to you that
not very long ago tlio president
of the United St ites S3ld In rav pics
eiire thcro exists the greatest proba
bility of a war with Japan " When
Secretary lieb returnecl lo the execu
tive office the following official state
ment was Usucd:
"In reference to the speech ,-f Con.
preKinan TIoIimiu, Secretary lieb hlnt-
cil that the congressman must', of
course liavo iiecn misquoipci. ine
president not onlv no or ninile such a
remark, but never made nny remark
even remotely resembling It. All Hint
tho preldont has ever said Is that If
there was a sufficient navy there
wiinhl never bo iny possibility of thlj
country grttiug Into a foreign war."
Seeretar linh albo "aid lhat the
Scrlbnpr piflilMiIng firm had been
glcu nil the rlchtM for tno serial and
I took form publication of whatever
the president might write of his ex
periences on his proposed hunting trip
lu Africa. Questioned as 1-) tho price
to bo paid by tho firm for the presi
dents written account of hli trip, the
secretary said that he had nothing to
glvo out on that point.
ad In The Mirror Want
Daily Market Report
15-itt llitfffllo, V Y July 10
Cattle ltecclpts :!0o: steady.
Veals Receipts 1,500; active, cull
to cholco 5 h 8.
Sheep Receipt h 000; active, 25c
h'l-jhcr; Yeirllngs 5.25 (fj1 5 75;
sheep 2.75 fj 1.25.
Jlogh Itocelpts 5,tt00; strong,
yorkers 0,85; pigs 5.00 (i 0; mix
ed and heavy (!.05: roughs 5.25 )
5.75; stngs 1 1.25.
UNION 8TO0K VARD6 '
I'tilon Stock Yards, Ills., July
10 Cattle ltecclpts 1,500; estimated
fur tomorrow 100; ninrket steady.
Prime Iiccvch 0 05 fi 8.25; poor
to medium 1.70 ( 0; t.tockcrit and
feeders 2.50 I 00.
I logs Receipts 17.000; estimated
for tomorrow 15.000: market 10c
higher; light 0.10 (fj) 0.05; rough
0,10 0.10; mixed 0.20 (ft 0,70:
ho ivy 0.15 8 0.75; pigs G.10 fl)
Wieop 'Kccelpts 1,000; estimated
for tomorrow -1,600; market steady.
Native mid wester ltecp 2.75 fij 1.00
lmtli e unci westoni-liintbs I 0,'Jt),
Cleveland, Muly 10Hogs Ro
colirts 35 cars; market hlgher.York.
ern, mixed and heavies 0.S0; best
pigs 5,75 & 0; stags and rough h 1
Cnlvcs---lleeclpts 300; market
higher; ;cod to xlra 0.50.
Shocn unci lalnbti Hecelptrt 3 cars;
rtiarkot stcidy; good to cholco 7
CaUle-Bteadyi receipts car-.
CMMS0- '1u'v 10 -.WihPitJnlv sold
betweon s u.-i nnu w t-s, opening at
:ul in these colli
si house for' rent
main idle when
columns will Iln
If you nrc not snti
present quarters w
when nn ad in thes
just what you ilcsi
Only Half Cent a
word each issue.
88 7-8 and closing at SS 3-1 September
between SO 3-8 and Pi opening at S'J
5-8 and closing at ti'J 1-2, December
between t)0 7-8 nml 2 1-1, opening
nt no 7.8 and closing nt J1 .
Corn July bold between 72 ami 71
l-S, opening at 72 ii-S and closing at
71; September between 71 ii-S and 71
1-8, opening at 71 S-8 nud closing at
7 3-1; December between liO and 02,
opening nt 00 unci closing at 01 'VS.
Cats l uly Mild between 47 7.8 and
IS 1-2, openlg at 18 1-2 and clolng nt
18 I-S: September 3'J 1-2 nnd 10 3-1,
opening at 39 1-2 and c'oslug at 10 3-1.
Toledo. duly 10 Wheat Gudi ,
!M) 1-2; July 8! 1-2; September
JMi 1-1; December ill' 7-8; May
Corn Cash and July 7." 1-2;
September 75 1-2; December til
7-8; 'Jlay 02 1-1.
Oats Cash 55; July 52; Septem
ber II 1-S; May 13 7.8.
Itjc No. I. "S; No. 2, 77; No. 3
I Invented October 7.05; Decem
ber 7.C2 1-2; March 7,70; August
Uiittcr Creamery 23 1-2 (& 21.
Kgga 18 1-2.
NEW YORK PRODUCE
New York. July 10 lluttcr Re
ceipts 0,351; Taney firm; cream
ery extra 22 3-1; state dairy tubs
llnest 21 1-2 22.
Uggs Kccelpts 0,737; choice firm
nearby white fancy 21 ( 25.
LOCAL (JRAIN MARKETS.
Corrected Dally by Marlon Milling ft
Wheat, 90c per bushel.
Corn, 70c per bu.
Oats, 50c per bu.
Rye 75o per bu.
Clover Scod $12.00 por bn.
Timothy $2. 00 per bu.
Huigarlaa Seed 50c ptr h.
LOCAL PRODUCE MARKETS.
orrected Dally by Cbas. Turner A C.
lluttcr. ISo per lb.
Eggs 15c per ihucii.
Lard, per lb., So.
nutter, 22o per lb.
Eggs, ISc per dqzoi.
Cheese, N. Y. cream, 10.
Lard, per lb.. It 1-Zo.
Syrup, per gal., 4o.
Sugars, per lb., 6 to .
Teas, per lb., 40o to tl.M,
Vinegar, per gal, 25o.
Salt, per bbl fl.25.
Hand picked Navy nni, ter
Carolina Hoad Rice, 10a rr IV, or
.1 lbs., for 2fio.
Lima Beans. lOo.
Marrowfat BeaiiB, 7o or,lb. for !t
Cracked Hominy, o or I lb. for 10t
Corn Meal, per sack, 10c.
Graham FJoh per Mck. U.
Prunes, 8 1-3 to 16c.
Dried Peaches, 18 to I5o.
Seed Raisins, 15o -two M.
T). P. of Marlon (1-1 bbl.) 11.60.
Legal Tcndor (1-1 bbl.) tl.CO.
Monarch flour (1-1 Mil.) 11.40.
Knickerbocker (1-t bbl.) $1.40.
Carnation fl-4 bhl.) tl.fift.
nilt.nilgo'(l-l hill.), ll.CJJ,
fhllii MPdkl. (1-4 bhl,), $1.70.
Golden Flake (1-4 bbl.), $1.49.
" - , "
to buy, sell, or
property by an
inns. If you have
why let it rc
;ui ad in these
d you a tenant.
sfieil with your
liy continue in them
c columns will iind
& Storage Co.
Phones 155 4
Mirror Want Column.
WANT1CD An cxporlenrcd bjokkrop-
er, one who tiiulorvQuuls .shorLlmii"!
preferred. State salary. Addrcaj ,
"Short Hand" caio of Mirror.
WA.N'TKD - I.ady or gentleman can
vas,sor. .Medicinal proiKibltlon ,ojf.
much merlt. Salary and c'unnils
sLjii. Quick seller. IlcfoieuccH rei
ciulied. Address f'ick llos "IJ"
Cardlngtoii, Ohio. 7-5-12lp(l
UIIAIN' HAUS KOR RENT Any oija
wanting grain bjg.s will call al
first door bouth of V. M. C. A. '.
7-0-tf PILYRL, SI2UJJ.
LADIES Can mnko Vi a day making
lii'olcs a homo liisy, honest work,
Experience unucec-nry. Send btnmp
for lur.rmatlon. II. II. Novelty Co.,
.Mtincle. lnd. 7-10-2tp'd'
L. KUHLW'CIN. OHIROPODLST. re
moves corns, buur.ius and ingrciw'j
toenails. Ofllco hours from 1 to C
p. m. and 7 to 10 p. in. Forcnooiis
by iipioIiitmeut. Phono I. 1012,
corner Stato and Center streets. ,
r ' 7-8-Ctpd
MOVING AND TJIANHFKR.
T-aHTr Storage and Cretins.
THE PADDOCK TRANSFER BTOR-'
Could Keep n Kecrec,
A man who had purchased a flne
Inoklng horse oon dlscovcrrd that
the animal was blind, and after sev
eral weeks he succeeded In rtljpdi
ng of her, ns tho defect did not
Reeiu to lessen her speed nor detract
from her genernl nppcarancp. , TJje
next day the pew owner of' the horse .
appeared. ' " ' '
"Saj. jon know that maje you
spin ie?" he began. "ShVs slone
,,,ln"', -'.. ., , ., .,
. "t Unpw It," replied her past own
er, with nn easy af. ' ""' ' '
"You didn't ..say nnythlng tp.jme
about it.", said the purehnser,' ljU
faco red with anger. $
"Well. yoj tee," replied the. J theft
"that fellow who sojd her ft i$
didn't tell mo nhout it, and X- Ju)t
concluded that he didn't wantVll
known." PhilaclelpliU MfGyr'."
A AVnrnlng, fl "
The po.et Awakened with ihud
'lerlng Scream. .
"What 1 It?" cried his Jwlfei
"what Is it?" ' ' s.
'A terrible dream,'' tho ,rird,"l
cut an hour last evening wrHlnVV'"
o?m about the glory of the gcjodold
"irs. and I ilr'anmed Just nOwthiTtif
- ron'to magici(l Influence T hai
"n set back spme eighty yeiji-B, NtS
ephone. no telegraph, no ga"?"tio
Mrle light, no .plumbing tn th,
hoc r no 'modern, qdpvehleneoi
. -eell pOfltna thout.th gond.toU
. a i y
rjut that needn't have, frlght"nel
ij" a(l blj wlldbttlnylOWA
'fl t,ei3?rto mRBatlhea to.
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