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a In limes. pifntiitoion bobushbd ivur tbubsday -BT- THEO. D. FISHER PDLI8H1D IK TH IHTUHT ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY. OWE DOLLAK A TKAJK r. Th much t tm an Jwr nm af iw mwv n VMM ta all raSUs nmini at !) nMn scitkia it tniH. tu t; a VOLUME XXVII. FAKMINGTON. ST. FRANCOIS CO.. MO., THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1900. NUMBER 35. I raw MMMt Mag aaa - A WEEK'S HISTORY riw tajportawl HnaeriMi nf n Week Bri.flj Told. iy all putTBorra mnos All (hp Ulead mm of Intrmit from Waehiiigtntt. From the Ijtat. the Wot anil Mm South. niE LATKST FORKI'iN IUSI'A'XIlh rnoM MMMNH, Hetwrrn Spain ai M thr Pnilrd Rtatre . nrw treaty hai lo-rc .igmd, rr.torinp tbi rrmtloaa hrukt-u off by thr lute r. The ntwlj apaiintfd Aral ii.itnt jm.inm.trr general, William M .Inhn- mll. tiKik tlir nnlh of nftlre. tii: r.vr W. M. John -c .1 . 'H kii '- X J., has acceptn' Ik nflirc of flr.t aavlM iinf pnstma.tf grat-rsl. made vacant by thr rrjlirii ttion of Petf Hcata. t Km. It-it. . Y.. .rii ii prfMM Wrrr klllnl In n rrar-rnd mllt-lon lM IWff n freight train, mi ilir Nm York Crntrnl road. In Delaware the regular republican fnnti ildicks faction) nominated Martin II. lltirri. for pnvrrnnr. In Xrw .Irr it Senator Hiirttin npcncil thr ra Bpaign with II tweeh warning voter to rally In MrKinlri for prurrii y '. sake Bailer II Bf a fnpf II li.nr .farted a ftrht again. f thr pntrr trn.t Ilv thr iiftii ial warn Phi I ' 'pnla h.. a population of IJMJw'7. a gain of 216.73.1 iii trn irnr. In thr 1 l itril Slatr. thr ptot'llrtinn of Iron nrr for thr yrar IBM uimnmtrc to 24.iUs.t73 ton... breaking a" rrrord. One of t In- In -t known urn ii!i i in th world. Oeofge H llnsmrr. din hi Hna ton. agcc iv rr. r.r aot th At Colorado Sprlnjr.. Cnl.. ihr farm er' national roeeyteea mrt in eaaa tlelh ant, nil .-..mrnllon, 13 tata0 be Inn r?freri led Thr irmt r nf lotaa hai ippoiatoi Conn reaatnan Joha IV Dollllt i ..f Fort Doi'k. . In lir I'alted Stati c aeaatof to fill thr larat ri rau.rt' In the death of Srnainr .Inhn II i.rar Thl ppotat mrnl run. in Marrh 4. lent At Akron. 0., a moti nf .l.mri nil uiQaati thr jail, rlaaaa lae fnr a aerrn ae rn t . of a M-ritiu rrlmr The ,-tlirrr flrrd nnd twn iH'r.nu. writ I lad and many Brocaded, Thr nmlt burned Co tumiiia hall Bad blea wp the rlti i.uild Inp. (tor. Na.h OfBf lad n f I H i 014 B I lo thr Menr nf tin tr t lldr. Whllr iaaaa Frank Wallaer a firm er nrnr I'npiar HlufT. M.. hilled In. wife and hiin.rif Fron Kan Krnrlri Ihr irn.pnrt fitrathirylr ailrd for China with TfJJ hor.ro for ' he BOf nf Ihr aruit Any boy Bfba i atTi'telrr1 lo thr i.--r 4 eflaBjettlei raanot aroHi Foe the Chb rapu pn.r ..fli. - In t f. ir.ic.. Brt Charlr tllnrrknrr'e baby died of itareatloaj in a rn it r 1 ronm whiit tbeajHitoef vroa leatlfyiar afaiaat thr hu-t,,ii' ;'nr nliamlonmrn1. Thr report nf thr reelral nf atrrirul tural lodttstrle In .niitln a.irrn Cuba arr rncnurairitii; Wi-rntni. doOJIOOtOta nnmri: a .tate tirkrl with I.. Ii. Hnhllirirh. nf Krlln.ha. fnr frmrrmir. ami ihr MHJMJlBolola ri.n rrntlon hair pledaajd thrir .uppnrt. Thr death nf iim Kt h Bait Ma. prnbnlily ihr uidBOt Hapi i.i rlrrjry tmtn in thr .tatt. oaooffad at hi. horn, in Fulton. 111., aprd U ytOfajh In BHtt, la . thr loajHota' union an orijinniaiittn af iraiiip.. mrl am' imm inntrd daairtl Oeearjn Dewey tad "Ftl Ipino Jor" Haxlltt of Minur.ota. for preddmi aod rlet prr.ii'rot of tba I'nlted State. A Mora OB pinnrrr. Jn.rph II Xoblr. fathrr of tlx tire polyiratiMiu child, dlrd at Boaotlfal, I'tah. In M i . ;- tin- im'rirndrnt oooo l.Mt hair mitniuatrii Danirl Thomp.tin, of 8aTinai foi (,'nirrimr. Thr di a-rat. nf thr Sixth Mirh- lran dlatrirt nnmlnolrd Kvrrrtt Itray for ronjrrr.. At Toprka. Kan., Mr llrvan rrrrlirrd oftirial notim-atinn of hi nomination for prraidrnt In the Kipulit and Monetary Irajrur. A mob .lint Sam Firld.. a m-pro, to death for nttrniptfnjr to a.ult .Mra. Ierer liorhr. a while woman nrar VYhitrhall, l .i Forr.t flrr. and drought werr tlr atroyina; thr rmp. in North Carolina With Bfmi.iHm hi fold dut and AM iaaarng r.frt.in Nome, t he ateanirr Ta roma arriird at Port Townrnd XYaah. Near llonnr. la., i a.hlrr flalrh, of the Oniahu natiiiiinl tiank. w.i- aa aultrd In a .Irrplna; rnr on the North wrntern and rtiblird of $50. Ar Itrlphn. u.. Harry Davl. an arronaut. killed by falling white tnaklnir a lialloon aacrn.ion. At Oeorprtown, Ky.. .Iudre I antrll! OTerriilrd Ihr motion fnr a nrw trial In thr rear nf f alrb Power, confined aa an arrnmplirr in thr murder of will. am rjorhal Thr ern.u. (jive. Cleirland 31, 70 population, a train of 120.415; Cincin nati. SU.Mt. a aaln of 7R.004; Omaha. IK B dn rrnsr of 37,W7. Thr Ohio national fruard wa in control ai Akron. Ar a rraull of the riotinp one I. drad, two will die. 19 other are more or Ira injured, and lully WOflOO in proprrty. including the rlty hall and all ri-rorda, ia de stroyed. Katherinr Funk filer rrlrbrated her one hundred and fourth birthday at her home In Mount Morri. III. Thr Wlacontln prnbildtioniat nom loated a atate ticket brnded by i. H Smith, of Madkarm. for roirrnor. The Iowa rtrmocrata nomlnatrd Joha Foley for rona;ree In thr Fourth dlav trlct urt Robert J. Tmle in thr Tenth. rORBIOI imUilMM On September 1 thr adminUtratloa of thr irocrrnroent of the Philippine rill go under the control of the Taft To enter Hall" colonic, nrd watch anarchist Italy will rend a teeond eorp Of del ret ire to the t'nitrd Chine nfririBl bate been aaanred that thr allir will heap no indlfnitiaa upon the emperor or oaaffaaa dotaaf er In InHIa at thr prrsrnt time there art l.aaa.onn riplr receiving rllf. Kor ii third timr in file trjrn lien. Sautn. .1 .rluij hit I- ti rrrlrrled pr-.urlit nf rThlUfjm N ' ,r'"" M,"",rr '"nrr Mam iha. thr roanlllona In I'rkinp Birr rhmitii' pj rift that thr ritj hm1 turn ili.trii iri! In thr allir1 iraalM tat ! polk .upr 1 1 i.iim . lii ii I InifTrr rr- purtrr" Ifntioaal nrk aliiait (or thr rnrrirtm nrtn in ChaM lrf.rr or'Vr ran li rrturn'. I.rrtniini urn' ihr Caltpd Hat, hatr rrfiiM i' in trrat With l.i lluiiff honr for pM until trrin. fornurli i.rniam il hat lirrn mri Bafffl captlirrrl fl Mrili.h ollirrr ani! ''i mm near it 1 1-r . Im r : . Tin kitir nf Snnlrfi will art al.rlii- Irator of tin rlalrn for low .n tainn' In Itriitati. (irrn)a:i a hi1 Atnrri- ran rltirn. in riainoa. Thr death nf Uaatav I'anl Cln.rrrt rt-nonUlrr nf war in I'ram-r anil tin' hrro nf inan.i war.. aaMaTtaal at Tnu Inn. it ha iwrn AaaMMi in th tlaltad Ktatralo .mil no mnrr trixip. to t hma anil to iliirr! la thr rhilippinr. 7,000 .nlillrra inn rn rootr IfMCia (mm ChrfiKi .lair that thr alllrif for)! hair roinplrtrlv rontnl ihr MrNfl Chi. no .oldlrr. Hhn mari1 nrat TloaV t.ltl for thr purjKi.r nf rutting roa nmnlrat inn Amrrlran Iroafkl BaMahai tnur pair, whilr flphi tig a mi into thr Intprrial aHl in Pahlaf Thr QafajHM rharr il'afTairr. In IV- kinjr aajra Chlaaaa artafaaaml trtwip. attaahal Irpaiiona. Iln r. in Ihr aotllhMr.lrrn p.irl nl Ihr Tran.vaal arr lirrimiinp nmrr ay. arraair imiiin to Qaaal l' W'rt' and Drlan-v". rnrrp.v tiATRR KWI. Mr. MSN rirrr. of 11 W.-.l For hf afat .irrrt. Mr. Vnrk it v. a arffM from llriti.h OaiaaaV ami - of hi. friiow hVHIah aaAtJavta praaarad a jr- IHhaa tn Baal IVrri Samlrraon. llrit i.h run. ul, BakhaB o'1" haha thr nrrr..urv alaaji for thrir pact art kna. Thry allrirr that lliri wrrr hfatallv atlarkrtl In ihr mod in thr rn-pnt 1 11.1. in that ritv. ami that tin- pnlirr. in. trad nf flfjn tlyjm pmtrrtloa. artnally OVajadJ and laaltad tin mnli to i raal r lurjr. 'ihr w.piilll1 ion of Ihr riti nf Rt Loin., arrordinir to ihr oflinal mint of 1 1 rrflirtl. nf thr twrlfth I't'llllN, Ik a. folhiaaji frit. Inii. rit, 'T'. ' la, In Ham. acainat 4.M.T".o. in l"i ThnaJ fflir.iri v ahflaj an laaWraaa 'f 133,44a, or I7.:i,1 irr irni , from l-'" in I MO 1 aoaatiat!oa m aai ara 3ao.ata, inn iiiir an an rr.iM nf I'M. di ;'.fc,.i par rrnl. from I M0 in IBM) W illiam It t me1, rhkaf rnfflaaai at ihr Maaair iln.i i rtactrk in i in-ht vork.. araa kiiint. on iin nlffht ' tha 24th. by failHm on a iw atlrr la tha Marat hoaaa Ba ara ahwac x i . (;. aix-vrnr-old tmtn I'nl at thr liana Tha child unit In him. lai ilimn la In. arm ami frli aalaop haalda haa oVad man. Thr atepoaajaaj HbpM fr'iilann Muru. t'apt. Thnm. haaajaj frnm utralia to Manila, ultli a i-arrn nf htnrr. for tha Amrrlran forr m a a t, afaal armial ami haoha in Inn oa thr l-lanil nf Mtnilinan Thrrr nnr mi ruMialtiaa, lillt Ihr i arc". baj4JtatfV .mil lrM-l will Boaalhli prim- a total loaa, It la indit-aliir of Ihr p'dlry nf the t'nitrd Statr- i.'tnrriimriit Itiut thr I tiliaii Mac araa holalrd, oa thr ISth, with alaboratr uaraajoiij aaar ihr pal- arr in Sanluij.'ii. wlirir It Hnatlll for thr iir.i timr ahaaa flaaj. shaftn aa. drrrd il hanird doVra in l!i. Thr atataaar al of tin- Mpaaaajfj iiai aataaa la tin- aajajotajl fuml, rxrluain- of thr IIMMMMhal (.'"III ri-.rnr In Ihr . 1 1 -viaion nf rafjaaapiioa, i.surd on tin Mtht ahoarrcl: ralaaha rn.h lail nnrr, lllT.UMWi k'old, IBI.taB.BBk Mr. I hifltn I paaaj t lark, nf Yalr BJalaaratty, ha. I araa auanlril a pi haj of LrKB taa rkl In thr llaf Ha aruilrmi for prrpaiit.;; an rtlition nf Murrrl linii AmimiminiiH. thr Uoman hia torinn nf thr fnurth rrntiiry. A Mi.aouri I'lirinr piiK.rnrr truin atrtirk a anjaaaji aajo milr ivrat nf Kf fmtrliaiii. Kn- mi thr Mtht killlne Alma mill ClaaUtr Taylor, aaalafa, nmi arioiikl injuriiik' Mr. John lllurk Tli Amrrlran Notional Ilrd Cro.a antioiinrrd, on thr L'ftth.that umlar tho ponrra rniifrrri-d ujion It uinlrr thr laat ronirrra. ii n ill at otirr lairin 08 tlir work for thr rrlirf nf tlinnr .ilf- frrinp from fnmiiir in India. Ilrnd qnartrra for this lirnnrh of rrlirf work wrrr npnird, on thr V7th Nrw York rlty. Mr. 0. L. Mnnrr. ri-ilrpartini-nt prraidrnt of Ihr W. K C of Kaunas, ia hrii ; laiomrd fur national prraidrnt of that oriraniralioti. Shr wna in- dorni'd at tlir rrrnit Kanaaa .tntr conrrntlon of thr V R. ('.. and th catidldatr. to thr I hit-afro riiraiu mrnl will work for hrr rlrrlion. Applu-utton ha lirrii madr for a rhartrr for tlir llurdrr TraiiNMirtu tion and Couimiaaiou Co., of Tamui, 11a., whirh tt ill run a llnr of atram rr. In llondtiriitt and South Atnrrii-au porta. Thr lint- will handlr fruit, mid otbrr roaBnimlitira. Thr iiirnrpora tora arr Tampa mrn. Thr National Muniriinl Irarfnr will hold il. nrxt unnual mrrtink't- at M ' waukrr, on SrptrnilNr IV, I'll and SI, aa nnnminrrd in thr profrrammr iaam-d by Srrrrlary WixMlrnff, of Philadel phia Throifa.ii.il will al.n mark Ihr rlphth national rtinfrrrnrr fnr (tooil city frovrnimrnl . Charlr A. Hullrn, rirr-orr.idml of thr Hullrn. Itrkljrr Co., of nil lalu, CBtaj dird of brart dkaraaa at liirmlnr, Mont., on thr sub. Mr. Hullrn waa our of thr tioat-known brldirr rontrac tor in thr wrat, and did rou.idi'ra lilr work in.Alaaku nlmut a imr afro. A I nitrd Stairs war nhip urritrd ak Taaffirr, Morrnin. on tin i th, to up port thr rlaim ariainc out nf thr mur der, laat June, of Hnvoa Ktaairin. a naturalized American aJMaaa, who waa thr mnnarrr of thr Fe Itr.iiit h of the FrriH'b firm of hraunanrift A- t o. Ilailatonea aa larffr a waliuit frit at Lamed, Ka., for half an hour, oo thr nlirbt nf the 26th, hrntinir fruit ami leave off the trere and killing many Irirda and email animala. The cround waa covered with a abort ot ice. tirdrr. werr rrrrivrtl at Ihinhar, I'm on the 2ih. from thr oflieiaJ of the Cambria hteel Co., at Johnstown, to shat down oil their work at Duo bar for as ladaftajte prriwi. Dr. n eat Hehmtdt, for 30 vrara brad of the eonaultinp .taff of thr Akrtlaii tlroaJtera hoapitak in Chicago, died la that city, oa the MLh, of Bright'a dlaaoea. MISSOURI STATE NEWS. Hrrt-nl Drain. Joal. BtajM) ajrril 3.. n pinnrrr of La, It il.- i tniiity and Ihr firat i-hrriff thr BOOaty n-er had. Mr. hVntt waa nnr nf ihr i tiiiimiinily'a la-.t and n-n.t hnaarnhtl ritlrcn.. Hi. fnm ral wa andof tin aaaaj4aot of Laartatlt Lodire. No BL A. F. and A. M . of Which hr wa. a mrinhrr. He Irairt a w itittw . i are aoaav Mr.. Man M. Kola-rl. wlfr of Jjoluj 0. Itoberta, aiaddMi1 of tin- CUBocdj HnnhlOB 0a, ami of ihr Unoajtrhal Mill ( t... t I lark. mIIi- Mr.. RtahaTB wa bwaj iii t Inrkaiillr nearly 7 : yrara airo Mir araa lb - oldr.t nulnr Unit ritlrti nf tin plare. Alfred hapimiti, a retirrd mrr- rhant, nf Trenton. Hr wn. a natiie of la tm. hiif. Kni'hinil. Inn had Inrd in flrttndy rounly. 3tt yatttB, .1. II I'lilter, at hi. boOBB in thr nnrlh airt nf Mnrv'nn roiinty. nrai (Itlrri illr. Mr. Pottaf wa. "4. but In I ha day of hi. tlrath hr rnuhl dn a. 1 h work a unv hand on hi. farm. Hi many hr rrpnnl.il a. thr rlrh e.t man in Mnrtrau riiiinty, whrrr hr ownnl 7.1am arrr. of land lr.idr net- t mi thouMimi arrr. in Oaaonrr eoarrry, t hilr tirii iup an rnnifrrd bull ihr ani mal hotted Man In the lirraal. iin-ak-hng thr rili. nf thr li ft ajdjt and raua- Inp Intrrniil hi-nuirrliiirr. Mr. Pnltrr bail livrd in Mnrrfau i-nuiity atmti! Ml yrar.. .1 inljrr Crank Harvey, auddrnly at hi raoMooee orth of MoiHvly. Spark from u pnaaitaj riiirim- had art lire tn hi. paaturr, nnd he bad In n out hahtianj th'' tlamra. Krr.iie hint inrri-alm- him. and lir dlni la" fnrr a phi.n-iau ronhl rrarli him He wa ft.'t yrar. nf airr. virr-pri aidead of thr Hank nf Mnlwrly. ami a wralthy farnirr. Hr wa. at 0M timr iml(,'r nf thr collnll rinirt. t'apt Doolal I". PatlerHdii, aprd Ml t .,. nf drnpay at hi homr, .is milr. toatt b weal nf IVrnlphan, lit- wa a pinnrrr t-itirn nf ICif it-y rnunty, and wa. a raptain in thr aotithrrn army durinp Ihr - i I war. I'.tpaUlliia .1 H, lBtBi Thr Mipiilntlnn nf Ihr rity nf St. lamia i. tTajm, arrnrdinr to the twrlfth i enint Thr rlty,a Mtpilla tion in l'ai wn. 4M.770. Thr Inrrraae nf mpiilattttii in Ihr trn irnr. IKS Ifaai wa. II '.,r.. or TIM rr rent. The BOpntOttOB in t.. u wa. I'tO.'la, an III rrra.r fmin IMS In lMi n! tOtJBf, r '.'".as per t mi i hr poantanticat in 170 wa. ;n..r,i ThefO wa. h pain In the M-riol 1-7" In BBB of HylM Thr aip iilatinn of thr rity In wartl. aa nn ii, -ii. ,. is a. fofimtoi I ii t BWUB Scrnntl. I." ". I lnrd. 2S.!i.".: Fnurth, I2.:i2; Fifth, Id tt Mth. Iti.ltn; Sririiih. L'-' wi Kiphth. ItJMtl Ninth. Iljaajj Tenth HgRIi K:irrnth. 10,'t; Twelfth, UJWl rbirirrnth. IK, ail; Foorteoathi ll.miiflooolh. 17.- .'44; SiMrrnth, IS, 40"; SeTrnlrrnlh, IBJM3; KjrhtotaBt. Id.TMi Bltattotartk Sn.St.'t; Twrutieth. l-.aoi; Twrnly flr.l, 10.173; Twi my .ri-inid, 1R.'."74; TweaBty-thIrd, ITJJU) Twenty fnurth 27.117; Iwrniy lifth. SI. Ill; Twrnly .ixtli. IMWl I welily .rti nlh. MJBS Twenty rii'hth. If, MMn i Hi I If BB Nrr.4. Say. a t aldrpralu frnm Pan- K ranee: 'ihr taoaa t Ity fire linpatitt lit- been tli.tpia litlrtl fnr aaeorinaj prlaea at thr intrruntiniiul rxhilai loo nf lire apiaxratiiN ul VhBtwMMM on the Ifronnd of profraainiiali.in. the .lafT la'inp paid. Thr mrn wrrr jMr- it tod, bonoiar, In irre an Bahibt- timt. A. rrpnrd. IOBOd In prrmrinn their npparatu. fur rrarhlnp thr 04J nf DPI hi I BOW, and thr hripht and di. kanee nf prrirrtltip wntrr. they out- aktaaad nil aotnanttraaea. !-. A. tinndmmi. .rrrrtary of tht Halo Hurt n-ulturnl .nrirly. POOOltod a Irttrr thr other dm frnm C. H Htarkrtt, who hat- i hnrire of Ihr Cnit ttl Male, ditplay of fruit nt thr Pork BBpooHlpQh annnnnrinp that thr Mi. .mill rBeMoaj of apple, had PBeoiead the tir.Hl prire. Thr fnrripn drtnam! fur Mraaratri npplr i. irruwinp, aa iu dicotod in p Irttrr. nf inijuiry. A. .r. mrnl nf llattid t'rnirrl. State AndltOt St-ilirrt ha. emnplrt rd the taltiilation and appnrt iunii'i-nt nf the lalur nf railroad, hridpr and trlrprnph pruprrty tn the tafoaol einintir. and Ihr munirltNl .illalili hinn. thrirnf, a. 11 ril liy the .tale Imnnl of riiunlinl inn fnr the taxr. nf IIMai. Thr npprrptitr uaaraamrut liy the laionl tin. irnr i. nn inerru.r of -.-!,.'!!' tner that of laat year. It-Krtti-. f karxrd W illi WMrdrr. 4im BHMOOa W all liilaoin, Joe Itrm-k, Jek Na.t, Koll Hlurlnii nnd llriuy .Innliiit. all nrtrror. wrrr atreatiil in Howard aouuty . eluirprd with launtr implicated in" tin- mtirdrr of no un known whilr man at Old Franklin. T. t.etrr Crawford'. arerr. l.'liitrtl State. I uiiiliiiaaiolirr .latuea K. Orin ha- boooi app-iiutcrl by Judt; A nm. Thayer clerk of tlir federal cir eult eonri al Si l.nuia, to aiicceoti the lute T. Ialrr Crnw foril. whoae death occurred n few day apn. la ik. Wlaawarl. Thr .learner Columbia. Ihr Mia aouri. Kan.a. A Texas tranafer laint, aank In Pi fert of water at Wilton, on thr Miaanuri, buided with wheal. Braalar f'wrbrell ftnhhrd lliirit.p Uir S-dnlin rally Srnntor Coefcrcir. MK'kct waa picked of .ev er! hundred dollar. Hi purse mid iapcr wrrr found in u mail box. Ihrnwn Krwa HI linear aaO K Uteri. Henry llrand. a prominent fanrter of lt iitun emiiiiv. waa occldcntalW kllletl In larinf; thrown from hi. horao while oirrcelnK aome work. I "'".I li., In ot. Lanla. The inarahala of the Labor day pa rade in St dim- etlmnte that there will lie 33,0011 men ia line, repreaent Ing all tradea. O Ideal reraow la Ot. baala IteaO. Mr. Mary Mronorla, the nldrai pap. penrratloiiB, dlrd recently. She woo aon in 8t. Itonia, snd the bead of Sen aald to bo 10a. The second annual reunion of federate veterans al Auxraaae wa a S! IK The Chinese Dowager Empreoi and Court, Including the Em peror, Overtakes. ANOTHER EK6A6EMEIT AT TIEN TSII I'tirelaa BooloaMMa BkaaaBai Alaraard al Ike Arrl.Bl nl Maar Warahle - Traaapart I'ttarla lata l.k-rrt..ll.i far Trnaa al fekla. laimltui Aug. 20.--A Shanghai die pntofj nf date repent thr rrairl that the JBMiiiear troop" puraued th lowager empre.. and the court, ami otertook them mi mile .outhweat of Pkin. The emperor, Il I added.thrcw himself on the protection of hi tat Ian. Thr priaourr hare not yat reached I'ekin. KllleO 3 .OOO I klae.r laindon. Aug. Sfi. -In (he cngsge mrnt at Tien Tain, 1,000 American, llriti.h nnd Jaianee routed 3,000 Chi nes. Md kiilrd 300 of thrm. Aa ArelOealal Ualkrrlan. laintlnn, Aug. 20. The foreign real dent, of Shanghai are alarmed at thr BJ lltal nf the extraordinary utinilicr of war.bii, and arr fearful nf Kuro pruti i-niuplication.. Iiut they harr U-t 11 aaaure by aome of thr naval couimandrra that thr gatbrring wai accidental. r.nRlrllui KarklOOea. Wu.bingtiin. Aug SO. A rahlrgraa ha. baatl rderlred from Admiral He tnry . in w hirh hr tatr that it ia re jHirtrd that thr Ituaaian rommanilei at Prkin bu forbidden any comraunl ration lirtwrrii hi force, and th ( hincae. laleraallleal Blrerl flakllaa. laiiiilnii, Aug. M. Strrrl flirliting break- nut intermlttrntly in I'ekin, acrordlllf tn dlapntehe. from Shanp bai. MM allir nut haiiug anftlrirnt force In polirr Ihr ra.t city. A Ball partir fif the allied trooM p. n rtratr into nrw dltrict.. thry bait to enpupe half-armed umli. Tab a, FridaC. August S4.TrnnHmrti urt- Niurlng into Takti. Tlirer largr Itertnan ir..rla hair arriird and are unloading. One regiment. Ihat ha; di.eiulairked. i on it wy to I'ekiu. and another i iKiund fnr J'ien Tain Three llaaa earl are alno in tht hxrlair. T'hr Fifteenth I nlted Statei Infantry, thr Third artillrry nnd M iuurinr. an- rntoirt at Tien Tftlr, sw ailing order.. Itationa for 40 day arr taring for wardrd to thr f'rkln rontingent by laiat. A butiilred rivilian. have lefl Prkin, ineliidini; the rtiatoma force nd arr in their way down ihr rirer Thr fiirrlpnrr here de.irr that I new ccditinn .hnll la- aeal against PoaTinp Ko In de.trnv the city and avennr thr inaaaacrr nf foreigneri which Baertrmd thrrr. SLAUGHTERED BY BLACKS. rrrrlklr O.lk.-.ak nf tbnrlalaal "aarr la X a.lralla Tra Paaoaano Kiilrd. Ran Frnnriacn. Aug. SO. New oiiie. from Sydney by the .trainer Mnripmui nf mi otithrrak of lalrut uiiapery in two almriirianl black. At Itrcelnng, New Smith Wale, the Mawbrv family offein'etl two natirri known as lioirrnor mid Piidrrwmal, who. in rrienpc. broke into thr Muw bry bniis.-. armed with tomnbawk. and war rln.'it . In thr bonar werr Mr. Maivlirt. her twn daughter. (Irnce and Hilda; her niece. Flair Clark; Mia. Kerne, n rhool tracher. and thrrr tanya. Prrry. agrd 11; l.rorgr. IS, and Albert. (I. Of these only thr two youngest earaiM-d In hiding. All the other, were either killed Ot mortally wuundrd. The Idaek arrmed In hare blood nindnc. upon them, for in their fiipht BOTOOi thr eiiuntry in Qtiren laud mountain they killed Alex Me. Kay and bis wife at Guloitg. nnd Mr.. O'llrien mid her young child at Mrnt wa. and Kerln Fitiiatrirk. an old mun of HO, nt Mudgrr. Their horr wrrr captured by the police, but they es caped, e DEAD Ft! A BATH TUak art H. Kaaraaa. Kaa af a ai. l.nala Mllll.aatre. fmmm DraO al I'artaaaaalk, .1. H. SI Com, Aug. ait Hurt 11. Kauff man, rldret aon nf John W. Kauffinan the well-known grain operator ami millimiairr of St. Louis, waa found rirnd In a hath tub at thr ltocklngharo hotel at Port. mouth, N. H.. Friday Mi. Knuffman's death evidently war the result nf aa arx-ldrnt. he bating cMtirntly fallen nnd struck hla head on sonic of the hath fixtures, as there wa. n ragged wound on the right aide of t he forehead. WITH IMPOSING CEREMONY. Hi. tin. Hear? Mnrllrr I'aaaeerataO Clawlaaatl. Cincinnati, Aug. JB. The consecra tion of Kt. Iter. Henry Moeller aa biahop of Colonilm. took place at the cathedral. Archbishop Klder and thr bishop of Indianapolla, Atlanta, fjrand llaipidB, Naahrllle, ( ovlngton, and other dioceses, together with almut 200 priest, participated in tha imposing ceremony. An immense con grrgation waa preoent. alalitr Kllleet. Chicago. Ana. 20.- - A apeeial to the Trlhunr from Detroit, Mich., aayi: Joseph Kronkr, a batcher In the Po lih duvtrlct. known oa tha "King of i'olea," a power in local politic, w mrldrntally killed in hi lea house at the rear of kit atort. A ataaOlaa Wmk beading, Ptu, Aug. 2.The Potto villi epreaa on thr Phibrdelphla Reading railroad wa wrecked near here. Samuel Williams, fireman, waa killed CUBA FOR THE CUBAHS. Bild ( or Q ! ia Its t ailed Stat Santiago dr Cuba. Ang. 27,--Vo.. Cm. Wood was ofltrjally banipirtedj Saturday night, by the republican araf deima-ratlc partie. The civil goe rrnnr. the archbishop of Crrba, the prinelpal judicial and civil dlgnitarlra and a hundrrd rrprrarntatlvr mer ihant were present. i l.i. ftr I'raer Ha arrived. Thr archbishop aaid the mr had arriird for pen. and that hr be lieved a cnii.uildatinn of political par tie, would brof greater benefit toCuba in the future than 0 houM- divided apninat Itaelf. Hr aaid hr wa happy to greet tbr peuple nf the I'ntted Stale ia tbr ieron of Orn. Wood. Srnor Tamayo, aetrrrtary of late, BBid: latrlaal BaWMnk la I afcaa Htalsrr. 'Thai i one of the moat important cMrba in the political history of Cuba. A conatitutional convention, whrrr thr fundamental law of thO land is tn lie framed, ia alauit to 1st brld. In that convention the people of Cuba are lo provr thcraaelve capa ble of constructing a government, if guaranteeing lifr and property snd of prearrving order. They are alao to prove that Cuba la a land open to ail men not only to thoae w ho ara Cubans by the aeridrnt fit birth or who par ticipated in the revolution, but also thiave who ran claim the privilege un der thr trraty of Paria. I'ninirai Batata BkataM ( raa. '"this ia a moment when political content mil. should be set aside The iaaur i. national. Cubs is siavnt to obtain what three generations bled for; mid if the constitutions! conven tion is not whst it should he thr noble drsd will rise tn demand that their blood shall not have been shed in vain. Thr eurse of tbe mother, wive snd dsughtern of those who fell, would la- ajMO us. We should hear In mind that the sra nf teara of Cuban women ia far drrper than thr sea which ' ..'I.' on island ahorr. Tate nimtd af Kl f'aaev aaO Baa Jaaa "If wt fall in tin- convention we aball 'a- unworthy of thr blood that was shed at Kl fancy and on San Junn bill. lien. VVnod I the true friend of Culm; and I can certify to It. Tbe I'nltetl state government i slneerr In the promises that it tins madr I apM al to you all to send to the con tention the best and most rapshlr men aiming us, nml thus to .how to thr WOT! that Cubans urr worthy of thr ennt'ulrnre placed in their capaci ty for .rlf-gcnrrnment." VI. a. far liav.-tlra. II ....,! tenv -lien Wood, nn rising wa greetetl with alinuts of npprolaxtion, and "ma.." which werr takrn up by mnir 3,000 prnplr assembled outside the eliihhouar on the Parijuc dc CcapcilcB. lie .poke in part aa fol low: The PMaat nf tkr I Whan I'rnsle. "I am herr aa;nur friend, ami in no other eninrity. Other., those who remember the trn yrars' war ran have n. full knowlrdpr of thr rondition. of thi. province c. I lime myself. When I firat saw Kl Caney matter werr in u iiio.t deplorable condition The road to Santinpo was marked with dead and dying. In the improvement nnr arcs every whrrr we havr1 a proof of the frirudlv iutrrrst shown by the Amrricnn M-oplr. Tkr I alien stale. V.lnal.ked. "Kverylwaly in the Cuitcd State was BMtoni.hi-rl at thr satisfactory way in which tlir municipal rlrctlons patted off. I'rrsidrnt McKinlry er aonnlly aaserted that hr thought the time for thr nrxt step bad come. YVhntever th- ultimate dentiny of t u lax may be, it immediate future is independence. This is no political move ou the nrt of thr I'nited States, but a sincere desire to do what ia right. Thrrrforc, I beg you, a a per sonal favor to mc and to the United States goicrnmcnt, to sink your po litical differrncrs mid (Missions and lo Oval men to thr conirnlion who are renowned for honor nml capacity, ao that the convention may mean more than the Ctibnn even now anticipate. BbwalO Srlrrl Tkrlr Brat Mra. "Again, I .ay, send thr best men. The work heforr your represent! iva is largely legal work. I care not what your party politic arc, but whatever thry arr, for thr present party con siderations must la. suspended for the sake of the great end in view, the end that will make history and affect the wclfarr nf all Culian people. Y'our delegates must lie competent to draft n constitution, and it i a duty you owe youraelve and your frllnw pa triots to er that your representa tion It without party prejudice. Hear in mind that no constitution which does not provide for a stable govern ment will la- accepted by the United States. I wish to avoid making f aba into a serniid Hayti, although I do not tlnnk tht possible. Maaf aeearr l.thaetr far All. "ion want liberty for all nnd fm nn particular party. Thr Unltrd State inalita that you aball hare il. Thl i poaaible and easily noaaible. We have aaid it to thr world. It Ilea with you to help ua make our word good. Y'our enemies predict failure The people of the United State and their rcpreaentntivea hope to are you defeat these predictions. It we were not your friends are would not seek the beat men you have, but would aeek the disturbed and the malcon tent to represent yon in the conven tion. We seek and demand tkr boat yon have. Again. I toy, send people to the convention who will make your political system permanent.' tien. Wood's speech t considered by Cubans here to he the moat important declaration made tinea tkr A me ri car occupation began. Cattata arfaaj BalarO. Th Cuban flag waa raised over th palace by Oen. Wood' permission yea terday, thousand, of Cohan Hats Uag tbe ceremony, later In the after noon the American. Cuban and Span Is arms were fastened together in decorations In tho principal theater, where (ien. Wood was present. Thl waa tha Ant time tbe Spanish arm have boon exhibited sine the evacu ation. Yrattaday afternoon Oen. Wood ria Itod oke battlefield, of Han Joan and BJ Oaatr. ATTACK ON MANILA PLANNED. r.le- rl. I .ll.r raaat Aaaaaa ta PmfMaa at a tapiaraa nilau UJ. Washington, Aug. S7. -The war de partment ha. made publir letters found among the paper, of tien. Hi oart, recently arresltd by the police near Manila Anion thrm is sn un signed Irttrr in regard to an allBck nn Manila In Jsnusri, 1V00. It tatea that tbe reason for not carrying out tbe proposed attack wa because of thr smsll number of resolute persons stationed at the gates, nml IsM-anse tien. Otis had gone aboard a ship in Manila lata. Another attack was planned, iiut not carried out because (he "enemy made u careful acan-h of the city, as a result of disturbance, th' previous day. The letter adviaea ano hei at tack and outline the following plan: "To recruit in your command nf south Luton 3,noil men of sure daring and leadineas. Thrac will enter ilia walled city, armed with knivc. The entrance of this numlicr of men .- ill hr effected during n period of about three weeka; il will lie very easy to do It, and I shall undertake to plare them in aafe places whilr the rest are arriving, and as soon a they all get In I aball givr Ihr iieceaaarr in- met ion. to direct and arraag.' for ro-oprration In thr blow on the said point, the walled city." After making suggestions as to the raising of funds thr letter continue: "At the same time, with all dua honor and reapect, I inform you, general, that It ia my strong brllrf that to receive a favorable termina tion of thi present campaign in which we aiiffer defrala continually, not that any one is of greet Import ance, but they diminish the desire of we Filipinos to pursue with tbe nrcca sary ardor thr longed-for liberty nnd independence of our dear country, therr I no otbrr way of attaining thl than by carrying out the blow in the city of Manila, aince that piece af laud, aurmunded with It high and massive wall, once taken, we aball be able to dominate Ita suburbs, ami aa tbe foreigners live in them, wr shall be forced to have direct relet iona with them. "Yea, general, 1 agree, with pcraonn of greater ability, that the burning of a few foreign commercial eatate liahment- will be sufHricu! to give a new color to the prrsent critical con- riitinna in thr Philippines, but permit me. general, to state my caae briefly. How would the foreigners and the Americans come to nil agrennrnt in rrgsrd to thr damage, nnd prejudice But h a conflagration would rauar the firat? How would wr find out their agreement. If property of thr for eigners is burnt mid nothing morr ia doic we '..ill not obtain their valu ablr aid, w aball neirr get it ; but if in addition wr succeed n obtaining possession of the aald walled city, then with our hcada nobly erect, wa van demand what we want of them and of the enemy, la-cauae thr first will have to submit to our authority aa anon aa wr can dominate the place where they are. "I slate all this, general, for your opinion, an that if ynti apprmr II, 1 can proceed to make the necessary preparations and nrrange fully and definitely the mnvnnrnts to lake place in the various places and for tbe proper signals. "I hope, general. Ihat yviu will ap prove tht. plan, which Is one of the proof- nf ardent patriotism of tins, your humble subordinate." FILIPINO BARBARITIES. DeaO vl WnaaOrO Aaaerlraa Vol Oler Sakjeelrd la Waalaa laninalllrs. Kmporia, Kas., Aug. 27. Lieut. William Weaver, of the Thirty-second United States volunteers, who re aigovM in thr spring on account of ill iiesa and bo. just returned home from the Philippine, tells of lairharitie practiced by thr Filipino on Ameri can aoldiers. Hr say. that outaide of the Muculii-i.ee... who were friendly to the Americans, the Filipinos were very cruel. Six of our mrn were killed nt Hina lupijahn," said Lieut. Weaver, "and I do not think there wbb a man that hnd fewer than ten bullet holes in his body. "In the cse of one American ol dler It lookrd ss thouvh the muzxlc nf tbe rrvolver bnd been placed in his right ryr and fired. He wa also stabbed in the neck 3md bresat with baynneta. "Here is another sample of their cruelty. Harry Faster, of Kmporia. and McDonald, of Iowa, two of iij company, were killed Instantly. Har ry Kaater waa ahol in the nec.l: nnd the other fellow wa hot in the back of the head. Only about twenty of the company were with them, and they were attacked by 230 Filipino. "The American fought thrm for nn hour and forty-fire minutes. Tbuy had to leave thr dead, and when they came hack the rebel bad stripped 'be boys nf all their clothe. They pulled up grass Bnd sticks and built a Are on their breast. We got lo the boys before anything further waa done to them. We got Caster and tbe other fellow awny before they were burned." Dralb af a Hales Brian HallSe. Pueblo, Col., Aug. 17.- Charles A. Hullen, 'Ice president of tbe Ilulien Bridge Co.. died of heart diaeaaa at fllendire, Mont., yesterday , according to n telegram received here. Mr. Ilulien was one of tbe best-known bridge contractor in the went, and did considerable work in Alaska about n year ago. He wa born in Leavenworth, Kits., In IKSfl, and went to Trinidad. CoL, in lr). From 10W to ltM he resided in Pueblo, and for the last few year has made his home at Portland, Ore., mm OrOer far Serf an Ik. Maws. Chicago, Ang. 47.- Armour Co. have received aa order from the Itua aian government for 0,000,000 pounds of "beef on tbe hoof." to feed tbe sol dier of the ezar in China. It is tho largest order of the kind In the hia tory of the Chicago meat trade. Op tions ara said to have bean taken upon every available ship In the car rying trade ou the Pacific. It trill take 3.000 fatted cattle to All the or der. Tha cattle will be sent from San Praneksco, via Hawaii aad Ta i aaaa IK Fresh Itetnt of Interest from the Political Center of the United States. SHORTCOMINGS OF THE ADMINISTRATION Cafcaa tlall Ikr i aeltal aaO oa Ora. Aaaerlraa oateial. I ... larlti af Ikr laOa.lrlal ivaali. aloa ttnu.rvrlt. xuuliiei w.AwBa aa tinki r!p.i'Ll Corrrpuiidvnc. Thr president csme all tbr way from Canton la Washington to wrk'ouannhr Cuban school imchers who hair bees ii.iting ir, this country. Many of tbrsr trschrr arc mrn. Thry werr brought herr a I consider title rxprnar in urdrr to Imprra thrm favorably with ihr institution of thi country am' thr way goirrnmrnt isad mlnl.it i ft', by Pit tl dm i McKiniry. Il was another republican disappoint nirut. The i ulion ilsitora ar ruthn siastic drniocrau, am! do not brtitsts to say thai thr McKinley administra tion ba failed to keep ita solrmn plergr made to Cubs. Thr Cuhau trrher. ttrndd a while house reception aad were permitted to hake the hand of Iniperinli.l Wil liam, but not a auril of cumnimilation could be rxtractrd from tbrni in re gard to thr administration's manage inrul in Cuba. "Tba resource of our beautiful is lam! have been drslnrd tn pay a lot of American officials who arr mr.-e haughty and Iniulrnt than our former Spanish masters." slil one Cuban. "Our Island is detolslr. Tbr people re tun poor to go into farming or manu facturing for thrmsrlvrt. and thrrr I no rneoursgemrnt for thr Invrstmrnt of o t . rspitsl. Wr havr had enough of McKinley lam. Tbr Cuban hope to ser Hryn rlrcted. He will rsrry out in godv) faith thr plerigrs madr by tbr Unltrd State. "Our peoplr would not hvr been to bitter aglnt MrKinlry." continued this Cuban, a man nf high intrlligrnrr nt! flnr culture, "if hr had shown say dipoltion to Invrstlgstr thr posts! fraadt snd puni.h thr offrndrr. Hut what has been done? Thr rommlttr appnlnlrd by Ihr enatr contents Itself by railing on Ihr war drpartmmt for a t'riailrt' arcount of all t!iburrtncnt. am! thru adjnurna to meet at thr rail af tbr rha'rman. Thrrr 1 no indica tion that the war rirparlmrnt i. prepar ing any .iirh rrrt. It isrlrtr that thr po.tzl r.eandaU are not In la- invratl gain; bef ore election Neely is to slsy in Nrw York am' Maj Kxthbonr is tir ing in luxury In Havana. Thing" "f thi sort makr Ihr Culsana diarontrnt rd. Wr pul uur trutt In the United States, and lie rhlvf executive makes to move tn protect ns when wr are rohlied by hi servant." This crlticlrm I Just but it waa not what the ad ministration rxpertrd when It look .iirh trouble to welcomr thr Cuban trarhrr. to Washington. I apnenlar wlla l.aknr. i hr induBtrla! rommiasion , la-ginning to realise that It ia rant popular with organised labor. Thr commiaalon .rut an agrni from Waahington to iu trrvirw t hr Centra! Labor union of Nrw York about wnges ant.' conditions nf rmptoy tnent Thr agrnt waamrt with n flat refusal tn give any information whit h might, snd probably would be, used to Ihr disadvantage of organised labor. Thr representative of thr va rioue unions called attention to thr ed iting of testimony by the cnmuiiaaion nm! lis attempt tn justify thr atrocitlra nf Ihr bull !-' in Idaho. Senatur Ky le. the h. ... of Ihr rommiasion iiadcbtm BtM cnn.piriinii. by hi oppoailliio lo the right-hour bill In cungre. The carefully edited report nf thr Industrial commiaeion arr being aeni "in by th republican campaign man ager. with a view lo convincing thr working people that ihr information wa. gaihrrrd by person friendly to thrir Interests. It wilt not do. Wagr workrrs have known for more than a yrar Ihat thr Industrial rommimion. likr ibr bureau uf tlatlitic and thr rrnsus. Is only an adjunct to the re publican natiunat committee. Ita re ports arr nrithrr Impartial nor aceu rttr. Hon. .veil's tpttl.t. lton.cvcll has hern made to under stand by Basst If n una that hi. SI. Paul trrch wa. irry hurtful to thr rt pub liran. His aholrale deniincintinn of thr drmocrat. stirred up rvrn tien. Palmer, candidafr of tbe gold demo crat, in M. tien. Palmer objected to tiring labeled as one of a claaa who "stand for lawkraanraaand dlaordrr. for diabonrvty and diahonor, for licrnar and disaster at home and cowardly shrinking from duty abroad." Ho Koosevrlt tskrs Ihr opportunity to mukr a most humble spofogy. He rata his own worda with the wrsk ex plfiialion that they wrrr only intended for thr ehtsa of democrat who eon siructrd and stood upon thr Kansna City platform. Well, that'a thr only kind of drmo crat therr are now. Thr gold drmo crats couldn't rslly rnough to hold evrn thr shadow of a convention aad make a nomination. So Hoosevelt's attempt at apology placatr no one and rstrangr Mimi, like Palmer, who would have voted for McKinley. It ia to be hoped that Hanns will turn Itoosrvrlt looar toon. He will mskc democratic vote everywhere he goe. HI truculent Myle of abuse will also sdd to the republican stsy-afhome vole There srr thousand of repub lican who will refuse to aid inSbe attempt to put Roosevelt into any po sition of prominence. To be sure, tha vice presidency carries with it no very onerous duties, but ita incumbent should be a mtn of experience, dignity and sound judgment. Roosevelt is nonv of thear. ; "t.kiaa net far ...ii. It would seem that if the allied force, can get thr member of the legations beck to the coast in safety our mi tion in China would be ended. There It doubt on this point. Peking lea city of walla ntthin walla. To enter the outer wnlt Is to walk Into a trap. That 1 where the allied force are now. ft la to be hoped that they will leave tha city in safety, taking our minister and eithten with them. Tbe administration it bow trying to figure out some indemnity tar our kisses. It ia pretty dear that tht for ii eign powers, while clrctariog th: thee do aot Intrnd lo partition Ibr empire, will yet make their demands for in drmnity an high that thr Chine can not pay them. Thr next etcp will be to tahe thr gnvrrnmrnt in hand under pretense of overseeing the restaur un til tbe Indemnity 1 paid. When tha power In go there won't bo rnough left of China to partition. Jt will be nondrr If McKinley man ages tn krrp out nf thi. complication Everything Indicate that bt Is going In for It. It is lucky that election day la ao near that hi. rapacity fur get ting thin ennntry Into difBculttre trill be limited. ADOI.rH PATTKHHON WHAT HE COULD DO. A Reeakllraa Uaratlaa XaawerrO la a v Tkal I'rraall. af N Araaaarat. "What could Hryan dn lo end the Philippine insurrection more than Mc Kinley i lining?" i frequently asked mid thr addition followa close: "The United Slntrs has got the Philippines snd lis. gut to krrp thrm. We can't let go." tn hi. .ieech uf ncerptanrr Hryan answered this quest Ion In a way that makr- iirgumrnt on thr olhrr side im possible. There la no hesitation, no doubt, nn equivocation In that answer. "1 will cell an extra resalon of ron grc to drrlare the policy of th United State to glre the Filipino flrst, a .table form of government; econd. independence and third, pro tect mn from Interference by any oth er nation." Thl. i. thr policy outlined in th democratic plat form The objevt of the Philippine insurrection thr only olijrrt, i to gain Independence for the Filipino. Thr prnmiae of independ ence will end thr inaurrrctlon at ones by removing Its rauar. There will be no "flag furling." no "torrender ol tmerlran principle.'' no "base yield ing" In mi h a rourec. ns tho heated with thrir tatte of empire are wont tn declare. Such a course will be a return to the American principle of freedom snd liberty for all mrn, from whirh no departure ahould ever havr been madr. It will not be "flag furl ing." Thr Amrrlcan flag will wave more proudly than It warea for noM but freemen There will be no con fession of weakness. The nstion which in a few months brought s Arst -class pattOt to suppliant kneel can lose an prestige nor admit drfrat by giving a winkrr n lion Its rights Such a policy will not only show thr nations "f tbr earth thr stuff ol which Amrricans srr made, hut it will glir sn rxamplr whirh will dc morr fur Hie prrarrvatuni of thr pesct of thr earih than Hague pesrr ronfrr rnce. and ironclsd treaties St. Louli Republic. M'iUNLEyTs EVASIVE. Thr Prr.ltral Taa Talk Canaan. Oat H Blart la with ikr Wron car. Rewilt this yrar have not juMtflee. Mr. MrKinlry' methods a campaign defiagrttor. Hia trouble is not that ha mtewstf.r.taad. Ihr people he bt toe experienced a politician but that ht has the wrong cue. Talleyrand on. . r, formed hi wift that he proposed bringing an rminrnt travelrr homr to dinner. Hr told her where la find thr traveler's book in the library, ao Ihat tlir might talk to him about l is adventure. Unfortunately, mailime got hold of "Koblnaon Cru aoe." She akimmei.V through as much of it a. she rouui on hurt tmtice and njH'nrd the couiersatiuti at dinner lit a.k'itg her guest : "Pray what ha be come of lour man Friday?" Mr. McKinlry. like Mine Talleyrand, can talk effectively, but. like hrr. he has the wrong cue. Thr peuple, eager to hear imperialism discussed by thr rrh Imperialist, fairly hang upon hit won!, Hut Mr. McKinlry merely re mark.. "I don't trutt that Bryan He' evttive." N. . Journal. PrrOlrls Itrfral. linlirrt Treat I'ainr, of llosion. liurai Iracrndant of Ihr .ignrr of thr Declara tion of ln!rirttdrrtce of the same name, prrdirtt Ihat thr rrpublirtna will be overwhelmingly defeated in Ihr com ing campaign. Thr campaign, he aay will rrliper that of 196. and give promite of a nrw era in iolitlc. II Bays that the Imur. as announced and rxpreed in Mr. Hry an'. speech nf ae ceptnce. ha. cleft the republican party In twain. "The 'l otion Wliiga." " hr ays, "who condone slavery beneath the American flag at their father con doned the attempt tn extend alavery into thr free trrrilorlrs of thr weal, may pull wires am! manipulate mrn without backbone, hut thry cannot control men like ex-President Harrison. rx-Srnstor llrndrrron, of Missouri, ex Speaker Thomas H. Reed, ex-Secretary Carl Sebum, snd ex-tn.v. limit well. Thr republican party, which be gan ita career In thr drfen of liberty, prost it t in to the service of money s sgsinst thr rights of men. sad New Kngland will not be silent." It ftbe republican national ma chine) is undertaking by every meant to disturb thr business of the coun try, to undrrmiue confidence and lo create a atate nf public aentimrnt whirh might, under certain condi tions, lrad to panic. It 1 dning thi without umcicnt cause, simply to gsin s party advantage and without regard to thr consequences which uiay follow. It ia apparently endeavoring to work up a pauk, to unsettle flnsnrrs and to promote a feeling of distrust which may prove disastrous Thlt I tbr republican policy in 1900 policy which involve, a wicked dia regard of thr buaiiira interests of the country- n narrow and .elfish policy which would withhold proaperity from thr nation unless tbe republican party It retained in power. Balilmon Sou. Tlir armor plate combine, no waa expected, ba come to tba front with a good aitfJ prirr for the new armor now needed by onr government for thr warship recently authorized. It it with Secretary lxmg to pay these price if be see proper, and he will ser proper, ail right. Tbe patriot for revenue do not suffer under this ad ministration.- Houston Post. Imperialism cannot sad urt a free and honest rota, Ita hopa lie in euereioa and venality. Wftbont scruple it corrupt eleotorty buy sen atorshipa and terrorise labor. Co f ambus (0.) rieaa-l-xart. I .... : iSaF-