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SDA\ • ; GK 8T ltt EIGHI pages. Established INSN. jSSLKU HVfIRN THURSDAY. |)NEY T. PR ATT, Editor. FORMER EDITORS. j ere Crowley. Ten Evck Olmatead. JOHN NACILE. TA NARUS!. pjj,,. published at sti York- Str. ' J, nn< <>f snhsifiption *L.TO year, mvineiifs -tricth in advance, Ad vr-rti-iMi.' rat*- < an lie pn wared by application at tin- office. All j<d> iv. rk .I..n*' r>r< >mptly and can- taken that vv.,rk will If artistically turned ont. •Subf*< ril‘r' and a AcrL-ers uiv re.|iiest ,.,| to remit all checks. pos.lofbce or , nmnev nler or registered letter and t- add.- - THE PILOT Cos MANITOWOC. \MS. F( iU PRESIDENT \V J. BRYAN, NEBRASKA Fi >H Vl< K PRESIDENT. \l)| \l E. SI I N I:\SON, 11,1,1N* 'IS. Fi >K * ' N< iHEs < .1 VIES W WATSON. 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" ' :,, t< '* “triii tv> . 1., i:\ in Kiirujie IMK It (.roller loileihi, I Ih.'i Ih. 11'1.,]. tion "• tin *tiiie principle ).< r<- will r<- n.t similur' l! tiuifiit i*. at rneil that ttn re|mhhc "1 tiie I’nit*-,I stale- i- he! t<*r ii■ >|e i< altor.l MnU imii. t t.. a irreal itnny than a ...nntr\ hk. Italy. ami that the hniileli Ilf taxut i,lll eulll.l In si. . ihl 1,, pnvc th-all’ unf.lt lint it muni n"t in for got ten t:. it Ita him iiioft < >-l lli. itt 101 l tor in>taiii.!i-' siron;/ military aim than has tin .. omitry sh, i- M . geo ifruphioally -itualm! Unit her tromien* .re meira.. i1- i. a l . 4|l H | teelioii whin - th< firm , .v. . f miii n prompts her t ■<■ • Itn Tr She, too i-a ineinlter of the drie- I bund Here, in the United States the necess ity for powerful military defense i- not apiMirent. We are on term* of amity with our neighbor*. but should Hie em ergency arise comisdling the use ot an army twenty time- greater than ‘ia.ooo. it could tie raised. The young men of today not only breathe the -pint of free dom, bnt of patriotism No mightier defensive force can !■ asked than the strong lore of country which finds lodg ment in the heart of sturdy American manho4<d. It should !>e Hie duty of every administration to jealously guard Hie principle of national liberty that ir may ever keep vigorous the love of pa triotism. If this policy lives there will never Is* any necessity for su taining large iiuiiiliers of battalion- of men in barracks to while away idle hours But the apologists of Mr. McKinley aver that an increase in the military es tahlishment is rendered i ssential l*can-e we have assumed more comprehensive .bligatiotis. True the United States, under Republican administration, ha- Iriftcd far away from the historic poli ■y of the country. The ship of slate is now in imminent danger of striking hidden international rock-, for her prow is pointed toward the imperialistic port. The United States government had u-e for her soldier* in a war of humanity, hut when Spain s power was broken and the treaty of peace signed in Paris, then the American troops with the exception of a few for police purposes should have been withdrawn from tin battle ground uid tin men sent back to their respect iv. homes This was md the purpose of j Mr McKinley however. He had other uses for them. His imagination cou ched splendor and authority in imperi alism and he and his compatriot- design ed h set to work to crush the inolieiisive Filipinos into subjection, o that regal sway could be c\< rled from the \\ bite 1 louse. If Mr McKinley laid entered info a sincere arrangement with Hie Pilipinos after the Spanish had lieeii beaten to protect the country from internal and external dangers until a stable native! government, was formed which could I - land alone, he would have written 1.-is i name on tin- same immortal scroll as did j Lincoln, But he did the opposite He called out the valiant young men of the | country to liear arms to bolster up hi- | patched work in lie Philippines. He is | -ill prosecuting an aggres-ive warfare! against the Filipinos. He keeps pi non ; voting American men. underarm vail. : ly try ing to keep order in Luzon, and 1 yet with a record .. revolting In would ask ns to support him next November. Militarism is a had feature of any . oiintry. Militarism lias been the cause of the suppression of human liberty over and over again, lad freedom triumph over force Lei Manitowoc loitnly do its share to check flic ship of state from foundering on the rocks of I imperialism. Anar. Id-I- liiiv.. no right to Utterly The inrfi. li.irl.oi'iiu ot niuir.'lil-ti.- 01.-u- ; ■ a . vim.' j Horicty which should Is* puid-hed \(.i;:aiiißi :v cor, nn schools. Sup, lint, iiilnil L I* Harvcv i-fiif In state invaluable service when, it ear he intrd'iluriil tin- 'mis and ilii’ii ■ 1 1 11nr*• in tht* teachers institutes. Tin work is aifaiii heinir einpha-izn! this year. Tills innovation surely i■ 1 1 >r1 1 1 nifi l villi tin- Ilii<|iiallli<il approval of i-vitv I'ltnniT The cmntn sclinnl will soon ~i|il aifricnllnre to it. coiir-i ol -tuily tlif school will, Im hromrht near it to it- put run. The nc title s:1111 \ ot .itrnculhiiv has or some vein' been prosecute 1 with 'nit vn.ror nl Mahon ati.l other uni •t- it \ center' liven mui iminlreils lot i'lirllici's sons from all part' o 1 tin tjiri am) nation avail them five. of the opportnniiie tffofiie.l at the university, tint Ve ti at lei year I In- ennillliient he conn - I'icalci and a'lealer livery phase o| iai in lili i- tanr'ht -i ictiiilii ally hv nil li A till all’ <l<■\ < >1 i 11 JLJ lII' ii liv -t. • nil (ii’i'Vi i iiii'lil ion- in air ruriil ■ ■ aiiiiumi li.’. I'.vi-rv in-tiiii’ti>r i- an i*,\|u*i’t. a -]m-i iiilist an a i;.’ iii.i iin vi ■-1. ’rut i>r The imivfi -it v iinii willi ii-. a1I[-Ilam . - I hi' do- a-•• t: In m-• ■ dairy IntildiiiK ami • vai’imu aili'ii’.'li • oiler reinarkahty tiiif ti.i’ililif- t'lf iliuniiitfli work In .aih r that lie -tii Iv nl avail niliiri’ uia' 1" advaiii’fd a- iaj>i<i 1' a- possible, it i- certainly tu In- *!•--:i• I that our ''iiiuliv school tf)U'lifi‘“ iniiflit avail i 1 1 11-111■ I\i -uf tin iiiai'iiidivat i'|i|inrtiiii a a all'a'!•-I at Madison h wmilil l .i vain 1 1;iv. in the historv nf our rural -i I |i. - nr entire stuff of l*sn li-rH head'd In tin-- 11 M-in 1 i-ih ll l migrate . a uia-- 1 In tiu raiiitalji itV ami study i;'rinill up- I'll' l IM• riia 1 of six Wi*eksUll |||-I till tlllma ot Mil’ll Ill' ll a- I'rofes -i-r- Itiilii iM k ii'itl KiiiKitial others of • 111 in 111 iiuwii Tin’ very siiiht nl tin* ii n i% -it\ at work will !• a lasting -liiiuilii I" tin teachers it will lie an iii-iiiraliuii m vi r to 1m- lorKollen Hal some will -as the idea of such tin ■ It i taking i * a mere idle dream. I’os -iid\ il i- at pre-eiil. but il ought not , inam oni If ihoii-and- of ('nban 1. i, her-can 1- induced 1" s|M'iid a sum iii. i at Harvard to eiiahle them to ele I . Fin- standard- prevailing in their native country why should not our i .teller- inaki thi- comparatively tut 1 UK effort I" hit otir i miniry <h.-ol i|„ -ot ;.nd arlv t'hwi renewed 1 'till pr- at. I t!M f 111 lies- V )bit. boV-’evi r de-ir.lblc tin rtnd. id j jv-rr cn'tnri i av be and b"r Vi •* .’inxi onx the teachers may In- to attain the necessary iinulilicatioiiH for giving suit aide instruction in this art and science, the course suggested above cannot be realized without the co-operation of the university and the fanner. In the first place, none lint the College of Letters and Science and the School ot Education are in session during the summer months. Yet if there were anv demand for it. til. College of Agriclllt lire would j certainly be opened during .Inly and August Secondly, tlie salaries of many, nay most teachci s are so meagre that they can scarcely afford to spend the ‘ time and nionev reijuired to take a sum j mer course at Madison, The total ex peiisc o) sncii a course would amount to <J.T or s"i(i for each ja-rson. The school districts ought to recompense their teach ers for such an outlay by increasing teachers salaries correspondingly. The item is a small one financially, hut we aver the effect uiK/ii our schools would be marvelous. L the study of agricul ture of sufficient imp irtancet-o the farm ers to warrant the outlay necessary to carry this experiment into effect? Tin Anarchists elated over their latest crime are mnv ).|..itii.i; to end the lives ..I all the mon iirchs in Knrn|w Till DAMiI K OF ANARCHV. Th-n- chii lie im .institiftttiuii for jnur <lfr. It in it foul crinif. Noruml im-n revolt from it a- fln-y slinild.-r at tin- iiji proarh of a rattlesnake. Yet murder has its dt‘ffrees of infamy. As tt, basic principle assas-ination is villainous but it limy iH-eonu-of lesser or superlative niaxnitude accordimr to the object of its ittaek. Thus, bad the spirit of nnj<ov ernable retaliation prompted some unt amed citizen of ancient li. tine, to have prcmatnrclv ended the career of Nero, that would have been a crime of small importance in comparison to tin.- a-sass ination of Kim: Hundicrt of Italy, yet under civilized law. justice name-, both murder, and there can be no palliation offered in extenuation of it. The killimr of Italy's king is so naked ly erne] that tin- mind is unable to con jure a remote excuse for it- perpetration. The asHUssin is a wretched viper, but his wretchedness and Ids deed are the •roduct of att idea. in each civilized country, irresja-ctive if flic justice of it . law tin-scope of its liberty or the extent of its education, there is a certain dissatisfied element who constitute n constant menace to so iul order. In one country they are call , 1 Nihilists, anothei SiM-ialists. another '!i i Ir.ti ; :.id Am-.; ’u-t . but cull them by whatever name you will, they are all enemies to organized eommnnal life and perforce In-lievers in individu al license Tin- Anarchist is tint, a man who seek - to better tile social orKanisin. ‘li activity i-of tin- di -trnetive kind; a is incited Ifi individual envy and halt -d at the better lot of his noiffllbor. \s a palliative to his ntmppea-sahle and r ineoions jeali -n-\ be combines witli - libers of of Id-, kin 1. uni! then wreaks j ds venneanee on those who are most re; | moved from him. Tin Anarchist has no principle. He wants no'irinciple. He rails at the in iilstiee of i-overillnent> but he offers no ■emedv on them He is like the adder, raw)-and Mrii.es from tin- rear, hence In is jin ever pi’e-en' danger lb-doesn't le-iii i -.'o-, i-rn a at■ o much us he is ■ mioti of the opulent and thrifty wherever they are found, and Ids dis ,orte I imagination mirrors a picture of tin- law abiding citizen '/rowing into ■ a-e under iroverutneiital patronaife h is to be hoped that republics and lonarclde will deal with tins evil oiiraei-oiisly. that i-.-pfi --ive measures .ill be pa-sed and vitnb'.ntb. • xecutml. luliin;; active Auiircld-in but a black memory. \ltlu.nik--r r-ji-i.-mir w-rli it)■ -v—illiik -.rent ji \ I-—an -i:- ]-■ t■ r1 1 :11 l.■ 11 run- n), to .•svai.’i wlil-h sluiiv-ii Kiihi In ten years el a. f. .■ m.’il i-r ii nt ll I- -em-lhhiK te I—l .-1 11 1.V.-I- IS II BR\ \N (IK MCKIM.IA? I iv'litin;.' in the Fliili|>piin*- -till tpies on. The I’ilipiinis kis-p onr iFi.u n -ol .n*r- Ini- v I>v mean-ot’ :■ uerrilla waifare, Tlioiil'li lininh'ed• i>i the natives are slain we- 1. by week tin", till hold out. li. pinvr nil imati 1\ to ien’i* the Aimi'ican i'.ivt’riimeat to leci'fnixe their right to ' V M Kin lev administration. they are killing off mir In iv - Many and ninny an American home has ot late li on 1 lereft ol its -tnrdv nrinhood liy the bullets ol the Filipino and ttmmrh thi- slaiqtht r eonld lie stopped hv one word from tin Government that word remains unsaid and American id 1 tlow-steadily on. The Filipino- demand imlependenc’e Mi McKinley answered them in his notith it ion address by announcin'.; that Nmeriean riiflits will he iusisle I on in tin- ari The insistence lie re fers to means by artillery, tbe pallim; Kim and tin* sabre In view of the ravap-s of war of the intermittent -lanKhtm* which is now a part of tin* dail.v activities on the island nl I.u/oii would it m t !* wise for tin* voters to review this subject carefully and let their Im)lots authoritatively speak tied wishes, A vote for William and. lit van will on an llimi tin Filipinos will !• piiarmi 1 ii . -I.eTnleH e, a.- si mi)i a a stuhh aetive pivi niu *nt i ii •** established ;m, li . | ronii-- will llisnr til end of ‘ hostilities iu tla '‘hi lippilies the daw I ( f p, a- •' •-* • nlrlh 0 f ’•! * thee 1 pir> lie. It is u<it a part of the Democratic pr< - gramme to at ni''• withdraw the troops trniii tlit- i-litnil 11; *<• *t assuming control i of the government but to set to work training the nath• s in the art of self government. The mischief wrought in ! that far eastern archipelago will take years to repair If a majority vote i- given to Mr. McKinley, it will license the govern ment to turn Lit/.'>n and the other is lands into pci letital slaughter houses, for. judging i,.. -ervation, the natives show nodispo- tii 'D to passive ; ceptance of American c mtrol. hence it is natural to deduct that guerrilla warfare will steadily ko forward, that progress will !• retarded and that commerce will he stagnated. The return 1 Mr McKinley to power will also keep tin war revenue act alive, the stamp tax w ill become iiermanent. and there can !• u 'disputing the osser lion that this t o try will develop into a military power. It i- tin’ the faculty <>f Livingston college, linl nil N 1 voted r rmi amendment to the e..nsl it iHi.in. im.kiliU an edueatioual f|uai ifl' Htiini fur Ml. North ('arolii.n. The eollege home i 1i ie I. educational establish ments of tile eul. i-u o>|.li in the South and for years U wa- uml and ■ guidance of the late Dr. Price, one of ti. .reatest of colored ora tors. While the su< . if tin- amendment dis franchises the hulk el the ■ "hired voters, edu cated negroes voted tor its adoption. John Name's Philosophy. Ft is with little solicitude tor the social and indu-taial condition of i.nr |iei ijde that ’lie multiplication of trust ortriri /.atiuns in every quarter of our country. is viewed by students ot • aiomii questions. When Hist tin y were lietfimnufr t • form the tears of the people Were allaved by tin jiroi ilse that by means of trusts expenses of production maldistribution would he largely curtailed and that the consumer would secure the saving, lint within a sh rt time it lrame apparent to even casual observers that, though there probably did result a savin'.: consumers were not benefited thereby, that prices instead of bein.u' lowered were steadily advaiieinif. These jrruve e .nomic problems must be met and properly met in the near future If law and n 'lit cannot do it tin- people will rise in their taltflit 1> il o‘T< dual ly tliat the fviei supply and eer tain other nee—ivies of lit can never attain ). e,.n trolled by capi t ilistic com 1 " i.itioiis The pen phi will not endure thi- -eit of ounressii.n f • r. .Indiana I ■ :! ini| .t;::..: i-o-i. and l.y Hr 'liinese i-i::’.. i'.r. f- must huve a q rid. a of; -nllniitry li • i-i*:c—' th- l>"\cr ps fur j meat cmriegc in olhi-r \v..v is fur l.uinlmidi.iii . d-rvn-.d'"- n and-hildr.-n.'•iniinnl up in 1 tin- Briti* . 1-i.i.tiu:- at ivkin SfiCKI TAIIV WAV’S STAND. Secretary f State i! : in hi-reply to Id Hung ( 'i. t concur.!: ig the safe con duct of tin- minister' fr .1 1 Pekin tu an upon port.talc ■ tho only gi nnd p- ssjhli, consistent with path ■ml honor. He says; This governin' 1! will not enter liutoanv a; i ingenient rega ruing dispo sition or treatment of legations without itrst having free e unmnniealion with Mi'.iist:-r ('l'Uger. Responsibility for their protection rests lip 11 ( 'liine.se jgiv eminent Power to deliver at Tien Tsin ■presupposes power to pfote.-| and to .oien communication. This is insisted : on. ” The secret.arv's a-ttitmi is to la- com* iticndc 1. in 1 i‘ is t > b h-.pe 1 such firm ness will la- persisted in. TU - lit- -Ini i-iiiuii nt; ■ 'llia- Miuiitowo • , I-Uinitv It publican ftiliv nilull fulled tu bring ill a r— inin-i.datiiui endur-iirs tin- candidary ul Itu'iort V i.a E'otli tte y.-l tin l committee - .mail. I tl- •in ul Edward I- Kellev. Mr. K■ • 11. Ij.im* ,■ -ntpi- I'l- tm.k ailvnntnge uf It .-I master Kress alt -nnitli r.-sulutlim and 1 ,|d the dele ; If. of the glo 1 Mr I.a Full let'.- s eimdidHey SCltoni CONTRO\ I.RSV OMR. Thi si luml I’fiitrovi rsv in Distrii-t Xo. Tis over A modern structure.'iinit>l*l with latfst appliances will iif erected in tin Fifth ward. Tim strifi produced iiiiii’h i fiiiiiiftiuii so much a- tu put in dmilit fur a tunc tin* sinci re regard that i tin* pimplf fiitartaiii f"i* educational I progress Vim contest was intensa, hut j it vvn- wholly coiitiimd tu the question ■ of a proper location for the imw -true tun* Wlmn a disappointed few at tempt I ed to rescind tin* resolutions antliori/iair the issiiinif of lii mils, the pnrp"-f of the j majority was made cl’ iii’ Tin- people ; of Miimtowui’ demand no further evi ' denee of the sound pnldie school senti- | meat prevailing on tin* West -id' U'ti'Tt M t-H K.'tlette wit! minty t tho H*'pnt'ltee.'i ’ ’ir.il"" fat ■ ’ v no e 1 iv* :t •:) *rlv se certain tlint lie will Is* s*"veni"r of . i-I >u*hi II Ml II ' lit ?-• fl 11~ w I lit til* i"*ll- 111 f miitow.M •••■nut \u*s hr diti in cl rawing tin ami* i u* t<* tli** njHiu lioiiM'. in* ••tin iff I flats mV Notice- Auv jui-'iii ImviliK a Ini in avcainst lu- fst it" iif tin- lat ■ John Niitfl.- if re i)Hfstfi if tilv it, projierly attested with thf mi'l. r-itnifl Till IV AS 1, ToutUSON M. H. Mi unit .V Imaiist i at' ft I’-latf THE nr RAND & ROEMER Hardware Cos. Threshing Machine*Men Will Eind The “ELEPHANT” Brand 0 F ENDLESS RUBBER BELTING In All Standard Lengths and Widths. Leather Belting. Packings, Babbit Metals. Etc. Machine and Engine Oils, Cup Greases, Etc. AT THE RAND & MB HARDWARE CO. MILWAUKEE MEDICAL COLLEGE. ethane! Wells Streets. Milwaukee, Wiscoisin Hospital Under Same Roof With College. DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE. Course four years (if seven months each. W. H. Earles, B. Sc., M. I). Dean. DEPARTMENT 01 DENTISTRY Course three years of seven months each. George V. I. Brown, B. Sc., D. I). S.. M. I).. C M.. Dean. DEPARTMENT 01 PHARMACY—Course. ‘ Regular." two years of seven months each. Course, “Preparatory/' four months. R. 1. W. Sommer, Ph. G.. Dean. for information or catalogue address V\. 11. NELSON. College Clerk. Oth and Wells streets. Milwaukee, Wis Million* will in politic* this year. \\V can t keep thc caiupaiyii it" iiiK without money any morn than we can keep the bod\ vigorous without Dyspeptic* used to starve them solve* Now Kodol Dyspepsia t un di gest* what yon eat and allow* y n to eat all the good food mi want It -ad ically euro* stomach trouble* Henry llin rich* NOW IS THE TIME Portland Cement Sidewalk at 7 cents a square foot. nmyd tf Srill'KTTK SIBEWAI.K CO. The I*'re in 11 gi vennnenl has liliemted in Madagascar during th last bmr years above 1.iM.n.000 slaves For ale C!.gap K.-.rth lor filling lots, enquire Eighth ■street Paving Cor tractor Von will never find any other pills so prompt anil so pleasaJht us LeWitts Little Early Riser. Henry Henricha. According to the ancient practice of oriental monarch* the Chinese Emi>eror rewards those who trive him rood news, and punishes those wh hrimj had news. ilothers endorse t. luldrei like it, old oiks ne it We refer to On" Min ute Contrh 1 'ure It will quickly cure all throat and hnur '■ aide Henry Hinrirhs