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THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER tin 1000 EIGHT PAGES. Established IKSH. ISSITiI) EVER' THURSDAY. SVDNEV T. PRATT, Editor. FOliMkli EDITORS ,T t . lv Crowley, Ten Evck Olmstead. JOHN NAtIEH ARTHIRH /.AMU R Business Manager. The Pilot is published ,-it S IH N ork Str Terms of snl(scription #l-50 a year, payment -triclly in advance. Ad vertising rates can lie procured bv application a’ til.- office All Job ,rk done promptly and care taken work will be artistically turned out. ribet ■ md adv* rtisers are raquwl ed to remit all checks, postnftice or express money order <t registered letter and to address THE I*l L< T cn. MANITOWOC. WIH. Democratic Cos nty Corvention and Caucatises. Pnrsnanlt- * meeting ti.-M by tin- il.-inoera ti, com in it tee in amt lor thi oily -.1 Mantto woe on thestlulay of August twin it was ile . dot that tie* I only •'■invention of tin- Dein-e ersti- i-arly will l- liM t the court v on the " in the afternoon of that -lav for tin . • ites for tbi following offl' i-s to Is- v. teit for at the tu-xl ensuing gi.-ral elis-tlon a- follows, 10-wit County clerk Sheriff C.irnnef. I'h-rk ot Circuit c ,urt District Attorney 11-gister ot Otesls. County Treasurer Surveyor. Sui-ro. tendant •>f Schools, au-l to iran-a-t such other IniHlhe.s ,i- umv (iro|sirly ' --mi- tiefore the eon vsnlion XI. ;t , f5.0.l parly in tin*several vot Ingpr- ‘-1 said eoitnty to elect delegates t.ith- two is -mMv districts in said County, Convention and air** ih-legates to the two ansemtiiy di ■ - ts in said county will Is- held oil the Jrtth day of K.-lileii,lier A I) B a- )*v law OThe hour and place fm holding enueauses in the .towns and villages is to Is- fixed by the efaainni - rothig pre Inel Tb* hour anil-in -)• i-holding ea--us-s in the city id .Manltowis-uud Two Klvi-m is to Is- rtxeil By lin- city s . omtnitli ofjthi --itles resjs-el 1 vi-ly Assimhio In s— lurn Cos vie.snog roa Tin Kmsr UisTinci- Pursuant t-i the sann- authority as atsive. a ; 1 1 Manit-iw ' i.-ii willis- 1 1 •■t * I at tin- c oui i j house in tie ell vof Manilii* ■ on Hept. TUli p li at It o eloek in tie- forenoon, for the i purj - nominating a- andl-hife for a in* in 1 ls-r of the tissi'inlily to U vot.-l for at tin- next I eiisubi.-gi-ii- rai- lection and for tie* tran-m- I tiiiu oi su- ti ntlwr liuslru-ss as may iiroja-rly I yolne Is-fi i|-e said e i veiitioii I'he f-di"w in/ iiaiiiisi t-wiis are enlltled to e rejin-sentatioii in said i-..nvi-nti- n as set o|iie. site to their Inline- IIS fldioW's t-ew II Cato :i v ot.si Cent.tv ,11.■ Maidlow.s Town I Mio.*' m i it v First want • Bis-.md warn I Third ward I Fourth want I Fifth yv.-rd ; Blxth ward I Meveiith ward < Vanltowis- Ua|ill- : - l.ils-rtv I !>/■ W HA li‘ ‘ ' ! • .*. -D Ml •t < -Mi I>l vniH .* Piir.-iLti.: t ,i . t 4 .th..r • i! h h-l*t •*rin* n**i tlmt u ff-i' BP'" f'*r tb* - v * oinl g\- t inbls i |iitrl't will U' i !<j in it; I ir.'iiii'ii h Hall i hi tli** **ity (! T‘v SiU'-r n *e*th A I j |Vli i -ift : “t that f!a> 1 | ■ 11* |•‘ s | * ' t ■HMii liu! Hi ’ c Id' | a m -uH.-r ’ lit "titf>l \t- i.' - **l '*<l /mi- nt j 111. **ll AH If i, , I- ■ 1.1 ; U'l f-.l til*- JMIf | hrt|*rlv • fin- tmfdc Uu • Tin-t • . tm-'l !■ .-.-111-- -lit at 101 l I i,, *i.i and i ■ (,i. 11.1 - . j i.. i. t . their iinno - TWO' reek- ! Two Kb I To- I Two It. . i ,t. Third ward i Fourth ward Fifth ward lshe-..M I I nils..ii ; Kossuth .1 Mm-:. •.! Heed ; t-.il- Ki. — .•nc. ,v le-tr - I-ai. i led f-. tie- sum r-jir.-s-iit .. • . Convention la- h y.d . : ■ r ■ -.- eiuitl. il to OUe delegate •Vel • and! i Mils rule- Voles or uev.e.l-purl tie I.ot . ,1-t lit • .. |„..t k .eiieriil elis-tioti V .ll'e *! i e - I II 1.-Wlt Tie ‘-'-•-■tei vvui.l 11 , , Ity ~1 Min, towis (S ell *l*l—l t ' on- vot.- ins|...,| ... i w ,. lie Fiflii I'* tie ' -I Mann w- e. on titled n. I v ilist. -e-! -as 1,.-ref puldished •I n-. • in , h i. • hatri urn nil cOt Nh CONM \ I IONS. lie 'ays an diawiug - jnw* fur the e e-tv ei.iiveiiOnti* <ip next Haturdic the Kepnblicaiis vin meet , lt tin- court hotiae t<-name this i !,et, and from all in icatioiis it will Is „ luiiniltiioith pro ding Whole yet u.n j In- enliven f. n do-ob-s the dci isinii will leave w mud* which Will n- tts r. lehly • In-nl •<1 Vm\i - I tin- fmn- eamli'lati-s lor hcnff un pn.lnug with unaban-d m hn>iMti tin n separate i-umpaign and w.;• eer ■ ran *1 '. ad the ticket must 11 kdi in making In- cunv.is* for e'i i-tion a deb-rminn opis-itioii i-i his it/ n party It has lung Us-ii cusli ti iiry fi t the Kepubliian n. -p. iik of liariin ny witJiin (io n- l ana- o,t suri-Jv no h n-r Bndaindrerof tfa- .-phiuit will nav tin termeritv to claim harmony exists in Manitowoc. The blunderbuss, cudgel, knife and razor are out. and tin- ac tive participants in the light ate searching for scalps. And scalp hunt ing "ill not cease when -In- convention c-hiscs There will 1m more of it. and when election day comes there will Is- a round basket full of them and tin- mourn ers will weep. t >t course the Democrats are casually i interested, but that is all The fact is that the meeting oi the Democrats and Republicans at Phi Hi [ii on Xim-mlier •! can 1m- compared to a fistic encounter lu-tween Jim Jeffries and Terry McfTov i-m It stands to reason that Terry would have no show pitted against Jim He would lie outclassed. He is a light weight That is just the difference ls-twei-n tin- lA-nns-ratic and Republic an parties in this country The Demo i-ratio party is strong, robust, virile and Ini' truth and right principles mi its side and towers over its opponent as a giant, over a dwarf. An election will neces sarily In- held, but that is merely a per functory proceeding, so that fin- Demo crat- may assn me office in legal form. As to the Ileniocratic convention which takes place on Saturday week the utmost good feeling will prevail. There will be some friendly contests, of course, but the decision of the convention will he a -i|iiiesed in. and when it closes,sine dit, each delegate and spectator will return home determined to do his duty by his friends, his party and his country. In short the comity will go Democratic Murk Hanna !*♦•*• in th* rol** of apolftfiat forth* It AN hi* charai ?*r and r**<'ord MI DICIM AND CHRISTIAN SCHNCh- Tin* nineteenth century has witnessed the creation and development of many useful things. It is a marvelous period, and marvelous for more reasons than one. in the science of medicine, amazing pro gress lias been made Indeed, it has en tirely undergone a revolution. Learned ineii have given up lifetimes in the elu cidation of some point or to advance it a step, thus humanity l.„ been perma nently blessed bv the discovery of the process of administering an anaesthetic m- following the antiseptic practice in sur gerv. It took many years of patient re search liefiire the X rays became useful and today men an- concentrating vast (iiuntiti.-s of intellectual force to find a vi-apon to successfully wage war against consumption. When one surveys tin-amount of labor "\pended in the years that are gone and de- j. .teiitial good accompli-bed through tin discoveries made and their applica ion to the needs of the maimed and ail mg, it is amazing, if not monumentally assertive and impudent, that a class of people i ailed ( jiri'tian Seieiitists should dei'aniice all that has been achieved as a iiam And. this the Christian .Scien tists do Simmered down what is the issiimptiun of the Christian Scientists';' ljn-y Is-lievcin Hod ('hrist and other tributary tilings having relation to evan gical (')irislmu faith with tin added o rognnt. claim that fin- Almighty in bis .visdoin has deposited into their keeping ‘ln- sum and substance of how to relieve m l remedy the ills of the flesh. This i- rath* r a big pill for tin- average ii.di . illiml to swallow, and we pn-ti-r to take oursin honioepathicdoses Absurdity an 1 -pmioustiess an- written upon it.- face Does any reasonable person suppose that e*. 1 illtiuiteiv Wise as the ( luistjail Scl •alists admit who, in all tie- works of u.itiii• ■ is obedient to an exact . h-uc.- which He. himself establ shed would im- perlidtied humuiiity during all tin ceiiturie.-, that have lapsed to grope along in tin- dark until Mis Eddy lighted tins lerri trial gii.'oe by the oeiiignity of ii- pic i-nc- and tin- adroitm-ss her mind NS', think not t lirisiinij Si-ii-nci is a Im-ini-ss imt a religion It w n..i even a profession c l lb. | - I'-i.n win. niini'tei 1., tli - member.' .f tie- cult act il'.- .;i pa. 1 1 \ ot hired hands in a patent medicine or c-ire all lie ill- . dablishnieiit Tin- < 'linstian Scientist howevi-i with nitii'h -how ..l learning, catch the un s ipl-isticated. Dneol tln-T .-illuremi-nts is that tln-ii slin k iif liii-dicini-' is 11 u*■ ■, inexpensive, only ibe price ~r Mr- Ed dv's In, ok I'ili- Key to tile Scnplufi - Even x\ 1 1 ii tin- author making .>• n• p.-i cent profit out ot the sab- oi tin- book still tin- charge f u re-toiatio.i to health is only nominal. It should be bonn- iu mind that tin-assimilation of Mrs Ed dy s paragraphs will act differently one works as a bloial purifier while another assail- bacciiii' yet anotlier cun-s h-a-l a-lii-s aud si, forth it words him sin b m igh-soon the need ot physicians and surge.. ns will be pa-t. hospitals will !-• imt a memory and emaciated forms and maimed limbs will l- thing- of other days. It dues seem a pity that the Chris li in Scientists don t go a little further a id cull Up the dead from the cemetery a id then there will Im- no further weep i igaud sorrow. But • tuistiau Science iii isl have its ilav like other queer pin nonn-iia. and yvheii it docs run out its bn It will drop away to Is-ii-niemls-red a- a strange eii i-ri-'i-ui-i- of tin- life of tin- niin-li . nth century tin |...'l !■ at ra mil's- lino l- -*■ -t let . will 1.. Kiss-fly URN AN AM) I INCUN President su ih Low. of Coluiuhiu i-d . gr- New ' irl madi Ida debut f* M aukeo Ropublnans Liel week For ' , pwards of ,*n hour In- I sse! whu* Intel lectnal strategy he jiossesses. trying to convince his hearers that Mr. McKin ley s wicked imjrerialistic p dicy is just \ what tlie American people want. Mr. Low told the Milwaukee Republicans j that in IMti Mr Bryan s strongest sup porters said that Lincoln was an imper- j ialist. The difference between the questions at issue now and in iw*4 are as wide as the jades are asunder, hence the absurdity of Mr. Low's remark is apparent. The great question which had to he settled in the sixties, was the preservation of the union; the emanci pation of the negroes and some other minor problems were also involved. What Mr. Lincoln and his succes sors faced affected the people of the | I'nited States and there was no policy lat stake which touched jteoples outside ihe jurisdiction of this government. If Mr Lincoln was called an imperialist those who so charged him misnnder- stood the meaning of the word. But when President McKinley is referred to as an ini[s-rialist the use of the term is justified by his attitude and his policy. It is well known that the present ad i ministration would place the Filipinos ! against their delilierate wisjj and will under the authority of the United States. And there are Ib.(MIO.IKM) of these people who have rejs-atedly jietitioned this gov ernment to withdraw its naval and land I forces from the Philippine archipelego and allow the natives to form their own government. The invariable reply of Mr. McKinley was to send more soldiers with instructions to shoot down the natives of the islands until they were brought into subjection. Mr. McKin leys object is to secure sovereignity over tie- Philippines then raise trade barriers at all the ports, leaving, however, the ships and goods of the United States to enter free, so that the natives would lx compelled to buy from ns whether it be their disposition or not. Mr. Bryan's announced jsilicy is the verv opposite. He antagonizes the doc trine of subjugation and would grant the islanders in the Pacific the same treatment which will be accorded to the ('nbans in the Antilles. Mr McKinley is an imperialist, but Mr. Bryan is like Abraham Lincoln a believer in the Declaration of Indepen deuce. By th*- end of next wi-i-k tin-county campaign will lie well underway ■j John Nagle's Philosophy. A * j i There i> -much disregard tor E 1 human lit')-on the part of many J" * people wlio handle firearms that r 4 tin only cure is to make them V subject to the same danger they H put other i pie to. If the effect ;/ I carelessness is the same as mal- * ! i--e the proposed victim should L employ similar means in both J a ( ,-is( -to protect himself. When a K yj gun that isn't loaded is pointed at g J a person, it should be mi t by a * gun that is loaded and there should Y; J 1 * 1 no fun in the counter move- e .J tin nt When a hunter mistakes a x man for a rabbit or a deer, the f A supp. i-ed rabbit or d< < r should P promptly mistake bis assailant for Jj h *in ■;fis a public duty When a w .! man handles firearmscarolessly in L * ,i crowd, every member of tin- J A i: • -wd should sli-iw like careles.s g i.. with refer, -ice in him This )> .jj pi i n put v- ■ L ■ ■ ) * *r*nnrir M inlte.v.s-eimnty Ili-i'iiblteaii* will i-t ii|> j.. ilit ii-., nine gins si. that they Cantu- knock.si ile-.vn ly I >miM-rutie bow K-t-s. WOHTIh 01 MI \\!C INITIATION A ghastly commentary on our boasted ! ivilization was the work of a gang of iiiaraiiders just after the disaster in (oil vi -ton. No so-iiier had tie tidal wavede vastated that beautiful i ity than a cal ■ lie and scoiindri-lly crew began systi umtii and energetic labor to rob the dead I Holies of tin Mi' - les tln-y possess - 1 It almost passes imagination to con ceive ut men so abs. lately abandoned to i ill m-iis. of principle and pity. There, add desolation sorrow and inexpress ible pathos these roimers were active, taking rings and watches, and what money they could find from the mangled tonus of the dead That they w add enrich themselves by such means is so Imrrinle th it the mind rebels against be lieving it yet the fai t stares one in the face Tin- mind i- able to conjure a picture of deception rulalify and crime worthy of s-ita-c i lit citi-m, yet hell with all Its n-sout -<s tor devilish knav ery could prompt no more despicable and loathsome act than was done by men after the '.talveston tbssl It is re ported that whenever these marauders wen- found they wi-n- killed without warning hut this methisl of ending their m-ti\ tty seems almost too lenient. V • Mr M•KI it U*\ i** Mti KUOSI VU IS 11 111 K (II Av Cl PTANCI dm Roosevelt's lettei of acceptance has been written and printed He wish if I Is- vll’l president Ilf the United States, an office if tin- trend of public sentiment can he relied on he will nev er till lie tells tin- public that to put into practice the principles emliodied iti tin-Kansas City platform would mean grave disaster to tie-nation for ujs 1 In- that platform stands for reaction and disorder.” Mr Roosevelt is liable' to say anything, but when a man who has read the D *n> ■ ratio platform asserts that it st mds for disorler does so know ing that what he -ays is false. In the light of thin „>:it 'UMit the balance of his letter loses interest, it is the judg ment of men like Richard < >lney, who was secretary of state injthe Cleveland administration, that the Kansas City platform is worthy to Is* supported by all loyal Americans. Ad Mr. Olney s judgment is sounder than is that of the young governor of New York. There are a good many Democrats in Manito woc county who-' patriotism and love of American institutions is not one whit less that Mr. Roosevelt s, who will re sent his assertion when the proper time comes. He flippantly remarks that the Democratic policy which would Is* per sned toward the Filipinos, would imply the dishonor of the tlag. A Democrat would not dishonor the flag who would give to those Asiatic islanders the land of their birth, endow them v ith the in alienable rights of freemen, place them on the road of material development and invest them with citizenship in their own country, Mi McKinley desires to j rale the Filipino- to make them sub ject to the authority of the United j States, to exploit their land for trade! purposes and to deny to them the light! of self-government. We ask which i party more justly interprets the prin ciples as laid down in the Declaration ! of Independence Sentiment Is cliHiigoig in favor of William i Jennings Bryan. 00V. ROOSEVELT’S IRI;- Gov. Roosevelt who would like tube vice president of the United States lias j been on a stumping tour through the j Northwest. Helms not been quite as! vituperative this time as he was on his | first trip, but still lie loses none of the assurance which lias thus far marked hisiiolitical campaigns At Watertown, S. D.. the governor-aid the Democrats I had the effrontery t" say that they rep- ! resent the principles of the founders of the Republican party. So far as wet have followed tin* discussion of the que.-- j tions at issue in the present campaign! no Democrat makes any such claim, but! all assert that Democracy as it exists I today, is in line with tip principles es-1 tablished by the founders of this Repub lic. The governor goes on to say that he is amazed and ndigmint at the Deni- i ocrats for claiming allegiance to early ! Republican polii This is a little ! joke on the part of Gov. Roosevelt.' The governor eon hin t be indignant if i he tried. It is onlv his teeth which as sume a fighting attitude. Mr. Roose-1 velt look- furious but looks are often deceptive, lint even if he did get in dignant. his indignation would exbt without a cause. Let the governor calm himself Democrats have no desire to he Republicans. Deiiioeruts will give Louis <l. Bohmrieh h tremendous iv 'j'tiuu when he comes liere next Saturday week. TO Till IDITOR OF Till. FRiiEMAV We would request the editor of the i Waukesha Freeman to confine himself i in the future in his discussions of ques- j tions affecting The Pilot to those which are public When he trespasses upon personal ground lie commits an unpar donable bre.u h of propriety as well as impertinent iy drawing unasked for con" elusions W< don’t know the editor of t ie Wanlf-lia Freeman, nor do we seek a i introdi, m We have occasionally glanced ov .-tlr* lugubrious pages o' Th ■ Freeman an 1 this we did at courier able cost in patience and courage and certainly without profit an i it was while following this practice last week! that onr eye cliaiice.i to drop on a dis cussion of i'i, Pilot’s affair- To begin | with the editor if you c ill Mich a fellow an e lit-a : -sis to di-cus-matters of which he doesn't know the first thing ab nit. tlni-giving public testimony of his own shallowness: then, lie makes de ductions which could only be false and finally h* p. q> .usly sets himself up a- a ' iiewsjiapei elisor. This in lividn il pla\ s the role of the cheap critic with more | cheek than agility. Lim *lu u an im| ♦ r iihst. hut M* KinVy * is ■ SOM I WORDLY MINIS Ti KS. N'ot infrequently sermons arc preach ed by evangelical ministers against the in of gambling. If a mil uter hears that one of hr Mock ha. had the ternier ity to put -i on a horse i made a bet on the election that is talon as sufficient pruvokation for expulsion. They de nounce wit It all tin* invective at their control transa. lions on the stock ex change. yet tl<*re conies to light the fact that tlie-' very same ministers are Investing heavily in dnhions mining stocks. AR. \ Henry Column, of Mil waukee. writing to the Evening Wiscon sin thu- exposes his brethern of the cloth That word, "many ministersure investing, rings in my ears Can it ls> that mi brei nern are throwing away the money that tiiei are likely soon to need much A wealthy man in tins state oi told me that when he laid a con trolling interest ill a Western silver mill" many ■■(’ his employes wished to sei-,ire st", k He replied • hilt if thej had money that they could lose without lieing cramped la* would sell them, hut not i.tli*-rwic i was once toolish enough b> request of a business friend a loan that I might purchase some stock iu a pros|iermis manufacturing company rie THE RAND & ROEMER Hardware Cos. Threshing Machine Men Will Find The “ELEPHANT” Brand OF- ENDLESS RUBBER BELTING In All Standard Lengths and Widths. Leather Belting, Packings, Babbit Metals, Etc. Machine and Engine Oils, Cup Greases, Etc. AT THE HAND & ROEMES HARDWARE CO. MILWAUKEE MEDICAL COLLEGE. 9th and Wells Streets. Milwaukee, Wisconsin Hospital Ijuier Same Roof With College. DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE. —Course four years of seven months each. W. H. Earles, B. Sc., ,M. I). Dean. DEPARTMENT OI ; DENTISTRY —Course ihree years of seven months each. George V. I. Brown. B. Sc.. D. D. S.. M. I).. C. M., Dean. DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY—Course, “Regular,” two years of seven months each. Course, “Preparatory." four months. R. E V V. Sommer. Ph.ti., Dean. for information or catalogue address \V. H. NELSON. College Clerk. ( )th and Wells streets. Milwaukee, Wis urged ‘Never Invest where you cannot control your money. In two yeanthat company wiiH har.krupl ■ The Wise n-inc mfi r,.,Tof theMeth odist Episcopal church has ha.! two min inK *to *k fever*. In one nt least two presiding elder* sold stock us they trav eled through the dist r ies The result? were seriously disac I. * am certain that nieniisTs o* tK Wise >n.dn confer 1 ence have lost iflOO in mining stock for every dollar that they have made Pro moters of these schemes are doubtless operating iu good faith, but the small stockholder is almost nre to lose 1 realize the difficulty of placing small savings 1 have lost. Tie* other day a minister in flu interior inquired a tout banks iu Milwaukee. He had des p 's *ed it. on*- and wished to put anew saving in another. He was wise. To a rushing American 2$ i>er cent, seems pal t ry. but it is far better than minus 100 per cent. If ministers of my ac qni'mtancc had been satisfied with banks and with farm lands in this state their a ’sets would have been five times the present figures.” <’m lula'e La I'-dletfe is tv speak here on Sat urday Will he have ns lar** an and ence M Leetcrer t.a FVUelte?