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THE MONTGOMERY TRIBUNE.
VOL. IX. MONTGOMERY CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, AUGUST O, lUOl. NO. 43 .1 ,. WASHINGTON LETTER. (From our regular Cnrrciputnlf nt.) Washington, Aug. 5, 1001. Those who had calculated upon making democratic political capi tal out of tho Schley Court o! In qulry, because Schley happens to bo a democrat, are beginning to hco that their calculations will not bo realized. The Navy Depart ment would havit been glad to havo ordered n Court of Inquiry at any (lino within the last three yearn had Admiral Schley asked for It, and now that tint court Is to be hold, It will render every oMclal aid possible to Admiral Schley, In order that light may be thrown upon tho dark places In the Naval Campaign which resulted In tho destruction of Ccrvcra'a fleet, and If It bo shown that Ihu Department was wrong In Iti assumption that Schley disobeyed orders without properly explaining his reasons and that he displayed n lack of judgement at a critical period, no where would there bo more satis- fact on than In the Navy Depart ment. Kvcry record of tho De part men t hns been thrpwn open to Capt. Parker, who Is ono of Sch ley's Counsel In order that ho may havo access to every scrap of ofll elal evidence that will bo laid be fore the court. Judge, Advocato General Lcmly of tho Navy, who will be Judge Advocate of the Sch ley Court of Inquiry, has gone away on a vacation ami will not return until September 1. Ills subordinates will arrange all the details, such as making a list of wltlnesses who appear before the court, etc. Secretary Clngo Is now the only member of the cabinet in Wash ing, the rent of tho member, ex cepting Secretary Wilson, who Is making n personal Inspection of the corn and wheat crop of the west, being on vacation. Tho l. S. Civil Service Ilctlre ment Association, an organization formed n year or so ng, to secure' mnny rt!9I.cts superior to those congressional legislation, for the i of ny other school of like chur- retlrement on half pay, of aged cll.r upvn to mlr ,K.()),.. There Infirm and Incapacitated civil cm-lnro eparatn courses In Kngllsh, ploycsof tho government, without normal, college, lndutrlnl,dnmes expenso to the government, has re- t0 nmj culture work. In all of ccntly been reorganised, and iioWtnt.8), departments of study It Is seems Inn fair way to accomplish . tho aim and purposo not only to something. While tho association m,mrt thorough and practical doesn't figure on asking congress ' nowlcdgo of tho various branch to provide the money to pay tho.u, taught, but to develop In the pensioned employes, tho bill It1 H(Udnts tho power to execute, to will have Introduced will provide U80 u,Q knowledge obtained to aid for government control, collection the practical every day mllulrs and expenditure of tho pension ,of nfo 11K Wcll as In the moral and fund, which Is to bo obtained by government of tho Almighty Ood of Heaven, Therefore, tho Gov ernment of Almighty God Is com pelled to dcclaro war against, tho United States of America and pun ish that gang of conspirators as they deserve. As Supreme llulcr of tho twenty-four oldest races, I havo raised my Godly government flag over the International Flag of tho twenty-four olacst nations. Yours, God of this earth. Representing tho God of Heaven." Possibly thcro will come n time when grnt batttct will bo fought without noise, at any rate, there are men who think so. An oftlcer of the Hurenu of Orduanco of tho War Department, enld on tho sub ject; "Wo havo had several pro posals by alleged Inventors look ing towards the manufacture of n noiseless or soundless powder, but they never came to anything. None of them had any samples to sub mit and consequently no tests havo over been mado of n soundless powder. Kvcry once In n while someone thinks how nice It would be If there, were a soundless pow der and writes to know If we weuld like to have such an article, and thut Is as far as It over goes. Per sonally I do not think 11 Is possl blo to produce such an article. All explosions produeo concussions, nnd concussion produce sound waves," LINCOLN INSTITUTE. An inttlttte for the Higher liducstlon of the Negro Vouths of Missouri. Lincoln Institute, located at Jef ferson City Is to tlioyoungnogrocs of tho state, what tho University at Columbia is to the young whltu i people. Since INTO tho state has appropriated 8392,l!t0.M for tho support and maintenance of this Institution. During that time nl most 'JOO person hnve been gradu ated from the full course, and are engaged as teachers and In other professions throughout the coun try. Tho advantages ottered here nro A Pretty Wedding. "What God has joined together, Let not man put nssundor." Im pressed many with a joyful feeling on last Wednesday evening, July 31, 1001, at the wedding of Miss Mary Virginia linker and Prof. J. O. Henderson, Oh, only Him on high can lmaglno a purer, sweefer, love, than of this happy two. At this plcturcsquo homo of D. S. linker, situated on a shady stopo of n Loutro hill, overlooking many acres of rich and productive valley was assembled a few relatives to witness this marriage ceremony nnd partake In the festivities of tho evening, to witness a ceremony which should take a general favo rite from the neighborhood. At 8:30 o'clock the bridal party headed by the attendants, James Henderson, brother of tho groom nnd Miss Helen O. linker entered tho parlor. Tho nttoudnnts sepa rated making nn avenue, for tho brldnl pair to approach tho minis ter, llcv. C. A. Mitchell of this place, who In his usual superior style, preformed the beautiful and solemn ceremony, which bound two happy, loving hearts In the blissful bonds so sweet to those who truly love. Tho bride was elegantly arrayed. In a beautiful white silk mull cos tume, trimmed In Venetian lneo, while orange blossoms adorned her hair. The bridesmaid was attired In white mull quite. In harmony with tho bride. The groom wore a black suit, standing collar and white tie, while the groomsman similarity clad In black. r... it........ ,1 ...... lllllllllUlllll'l ujjuii mi' eum-iu-.. slon of the ceremony thu happy ' j In tho "wo sma' hours" of tho morning tho guests departed nil voting Misses Helen and Gertrude tho most charming of hostesses nnd silently wishing In tho Inner re censes of their hearts that thu wed dlngannlversnrles of Mr. and Mrs. Henderson would be marked, in tho same mnnner, at tho samel place every year nnd more often, If possible. Those enjoying the pleasures of the evening were: Misses Lenta Fnulconcr, Mag glo D. Hcnsley, Fanny Covington, Ivy Henslcy, Stelln Duffy, Ocr trudo linker, Laura Slsk, Dotla Carthral, Hattlu lloslcy, Salllo, Jessie nnd Lutlo Washington, Ku lah and Maymu Kellnr, Magglo Ualnbrldgc, Mnrgnrct Ilaker.Susau Huddleston, Kate linker, Mnymic Ualnbrldgc, Martha liladcs, Salllo Hlattner, Kate liladcs, lllanche Gove, Caroline Arnold, Lucille Washington, Lucy Nuwlln, Lulu See, Ocrtrudo Sharp, F.lrcna Stu art, Sua Hello Graves, Mario Jones, Mattlo Jones. Messrs. Hurnhnm Slsk, Harry Jacks.J. T. Hcnsley.Chrlsly Clark, lluell Hcnsley, F.lincr llrown, IM ward linker, Forest Huddleston, Hugh linker, ltoh't MeKlbbcn, Web linker. Mnnsllold Weeks, Powell Arnold, llnb't Weeks, Les llo liladcs, ltulllnti Covington, Joe Covington, Johnny Washington, Louis Dully, Dan Hcnsley, Georgu V. Jones, James Henderson, Kmll II. Algcrfiilsscn, Leslie Mnllersou, Tom Martin, Hltou Miller. Mr. nnd Mrs. It. S. Paul. Indulge meanness, or passion, or cruelty, toward some creature which cannot retaliate nnd has no mennsof defense. The Jcrseymau who Is the unenvlnblo hero of the Incident above recorded was sub jected to this test, and apparently ho failed. He may have had nn iden that by his lack of consider ation for his horso ho was show ing n manly nnd stern strength of In Memory Of Klllott, youngest child of Mr. nnd Mr. George Williams of Dan ville; who died August tst 1001. An bright and healthy a child as any that ever came to brighten und mako more blessed nn already hnppy home; until live weeks ago, when he was taken with summer complaint and continually grow worse developing into congestion Poetic Justice. A Jersemnn who went out for a ensure drive with his sweetheart not long ago received a needed deducting u smnll percentage - It Is estimated that threu per cent wlllbusullU'lent from the salary of each civil employe of the gov ernment. This plnn seem to be free from the objection which hnve killed nil previous attempts to se cure civil pension legislation, and no good reason for congressional opposition, has yet been brought forward. It only pruhoscs author ity for government employes to do what the employes of several spiritual realm. Tho additions to the faculty for the school year, beginning Sep tember 'J, HKll, will enable us to broaden and strengthen the work In all directions. While thorough systematic work In the normal and Intermediate ilopnitincnts shall be Insisted upon, the college work will be encouraged and all male students will be required to parti couple followed by the ,nt tendnnts, . h rnllu,r ,,,, ,, l0 minis er and wife and others, re- nvcc,M . ot bl,, ,lllmnK. l(, ,. paired to the dinning room and .,, ,t ,, ,,uy K,n,rili,lin. partook of the delicious supper, ,U,,H ,mt m,a wM,n .,,. ,, uee.. , ,re ... K'-(llu, ,irlvu was uboul half over tho .s.,.lr.....my..r...0....wn. horso lH,cam l)i(y, Tho driver Many umciui nnu vniuiioic pre- ,, cuts were received. 'im) uu uutwr,t The groom Is a rising young1 em.n t, trouble began. A eou edueator possessing all tho traits httdo saw Idm and promptly nr of a true gentlemnn, having taught rL.,,.,i Mm fr cruelty to animals, the science department In the H,. was unable to pay tho money, Montgomery High school for llio,m ,Im companion settled the busl pnst two years. , ,. for ,m Then she went homo The bride Is a'daughler of Mr und and wrote him a note, nnd this was Mrs. I). S. linker and Is n most ae- whatltsnld; complishcd young lady, possess- ..When a man will so brulullv Ing nil the traits that go to constl- i,llt ft lmo and so easily lose his tute a peaceful and happy home. '.,,.,. womlll, limrrylng him They will leave In a short lime' would take the chances of same for WciiUvllle, Mo., where the treatment." groom will superintend the school . All(l , r,.ht , t,, ,,, r,,,.nH., oi inni pmco lor mo ensuing year. ,,,, fr()u thu engagement. Tho entire community congrntu-J M(lltt ,.,,, w, bo ,lf ,,,. ate Prof. Henderson on Ids excel-,, tlml tnt, ymlnl, ,mly , ,,,,. lentchoice und wish them n most ,,, ,;xnMy w)mt wnM rI(.,ti hnppy future on their voyago,,,,,,, ,, W(lB fortllmlU, dlsenvcr through life. A Oukst. I ,ig the disposition of her jinnee A Pleasant Evening. before Instead of after marriage. .Miss Helen linker delightfully Insensibility to thu pain of another entertained a number of friends at Is not u trait which Is particularly the beautiful country homo of It. desirable In either a hatband or n A. linker, on thoovenlngof Thurs-'i wife. While, of course, Ills not to day, August I, 11101, in honor of i be Inferred that every mnii who Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Henderson. ' will beat his horso will also beat As the moon softly strenmed 1 Ids wife, cruelty to aniinnls so vl- character which would Impress the lot the stomaoh then of the brnln. girl In the seat beside him. Some Only a mother's true sympathy men have nn Iden that women i can renllto how this darling baby rather admire those who aro eopa- jsulTcrcd during the last few dnyd, bio of cruelty. These men nro try though wo nil looked on with pity Ing to lit sixteenth century In as nl tho llttlo BUtTorcr tossing Itsllt twentleth century civilization. It tie head nnd moaning In the grent cnnnol bu done. It Is true that wo- ( ct pain that such tender llosh men ndtulrea brave mnn, nnd of-; could endure; until the henvenly ten thu man In question Isn soldier messenger en mo for It at four or a hunter, but theru Is a very flue o'clock Thursday evening nnd distinction between the brave man bore the Innocent spirit from It's and the man who Is ever ready to ( tortured abode, to those realms of Intllct pnln. What the modern ( happiness above, leaving for the girl sees to admire In the soldier i grieved parents to say "tomorrow Is not his willingness to shoot oth- our baby would bu one yo ir old, er men, but his madness to be shot and oh, 'lis hard, bitter hard In hlmsclf; not Ills murderous lm- deed that wo should put him from pulses, but his sncrltlce of person- our sight forever more" but uh I nl safely. The kind of wemeii who remember dear parents, loving would like a man belter after see-' friends and all; It was only tho Ing him net cruelly toward a help- tenement of clay we burled In less nnlmat is not lit for n elvlllted ' Mlddlctown ccinulcry on baby HI- country. Holt's birthday; but he, dear little angel, began with his llrsl birth- Quite a sad necldenl occured '"iy iiuil will Keep all ol llioiu Willi Saturday morning, as Mr. and .Mrs, Wilson of the north part of town started to the plcnle In their buggy tho horso seemed rather frisky and nervous, nnd moved along through town until they had got ten as far as Mr. Heaths, when Mr. Wilson thought probably a Jouch of tho whin would unlet lilm down. Hut Instead It angered the anlinnl "'' "'. thiMiKh Ids lime with us more mid he at lie,, nltim.od for. was brief, Ills mission has been ward and soon got from under the penornieti the loving Savior who said unto them "SulTcr little children to come unto me, und forbid thum not for such Is the kingdom of heaven. Kxeepl ye become n little children yo shall not enter Into the Kingdom of Heaven." There little Klllntl nwaltsour com ing free from temptations, trlnls countries some time have been doing for etnntn In llm wnrlf nf the shim nnd t the form. The young Indies will tlirough the foliage of thu trees, ( tlatesllio normal nuturo thatlhoso i, rtr,.,i '..nriiM.mi,. I,. 1 1... slieddl ug o'er nil the curth the glad piTeoptloiis upon which n sense of ,n,0I,un" H,,,mB ",,,r work in sewing, cooking and h.un-1 tidings of youth's bouyant, hope ;drv. The Institute farm will be iuiihiumi, it was indeed a pleasant put in operation at once and used drive to this lovely home. Driving tor tho benefit of the boarding Acoinintiiileiilloli declaring war, ch,i. The bonidlng department ngnlnst the I'. S. has been reeelv- wn r(.orKim7.,.,i aw will be en at llie war ueparinie.il, out no lnmmi;,.,i aH student's club. It through a long wide avenue of ma ples one came to the spacious lawn so cleverly arranged with seats and hammocks, one swing, Jubilee depends lire planted. The Intimacy of marriage Is so close that happiness can only exist where there is mutual forbearance, together with a certain sensitive ness to the feeling of others. The man who does not possess tills sen- call for troops has been Issued nnd ...m i, n,,. nrimnrv unriuwK nf .., ! with many lights, which only uoft-' slllvcness nny not be actually no excte Is visible In Washington. niiiiiinrniimiit to return to tho statu I''1"''' enhanced the beauty of ' cruel to cither wife or children, so i . i, ...,. ,.r i.iu.r.,i ,,,! the eveiilmr. Ifnr as physical maltreatment Is ful citizen the grolitost possible The home resplendent In Its nr- concerned, but ho will say and do pwllt for the money expended, ! nnd ;rangement of nntuies beauties, j things which nre quite uh brutal ti, thlu ..ml ivniliixtrn thu iikulkinnen ! eo.y in its design vccnicd atuiie loj as u blow with n whip would be. "To the tioveruinont of the I'lilted un,l eo-ooerntlon of every slate- ",0 liappliies of the newly weded1! There aro a dozen considerations ni.. . I . . " . ' lu n't-.. .1 1. , ..t.t..U .. ... tll.,.1. ,., I .... I I.I... The lutter, which was mailed in Chicago, and which might have been written by Dowle, tends ns follows! i,...i ii., in, ...... ,.iii, ,vi, lo.nalr. The uuests as the.y assemb-l which are likely to restrain him Interested in the elevation of ttio i pri'Mfiitml to Mr. nnd Mrn. frim wlfo buattur, lliu opinion of negro race In Missouri. j Henderson and bespoke for them his neighbors, fear that his wife No tuition fees will' bo charged 'Ood's blesslngson tho voyagu ofl may Invoke the law, fear of retall and board In tho boarding elubjllfu- tIonby her relatives, or merely will bo mude ns chcon ns nosslble. Wc nro sure thut If their future I tho fact that It Is not usual for Heavon. The government onlolals ; jjvcry yuung man nnd woman, wcro ninde up from tho well wish- American husbatuls to express of America, although well aware j,o can posalblodo so, should en-'!03 ol their friends It would urpas j their sentiments; In that way. Hut of that, undertook to rob the Al-' ,,,r j ,incoln Institute next Sonteiii-i the loftiest of ideals. ', If his naturo is essentially cruel lie mighty Oud of the honor of the i,er From the cozy nooks on the will 11 ml ways to torture those de States! "In tho year 1SII3, the (lod of this l'artli fought n battle against Spain with the use of the United State.) Army and Navy under tho command of tho Almighty Ood of old gentleman's control, The bug gy was turned over and Mr. Wil son, his wlfo nnd little niece were thrown u . The child escaped uu Ir'orcl but Mrs. Wilson's arm was I Mr. W IMIII. II ... " huggy was u ioinl wreck. A rig was sent for nnd they were taken home. Their broken bones are do ing ns well us could be expected, but both sulTcrcd grout pain from nnd we tin il to (lod who gave mid has taken nnd In his wisdom, Inllnte love nnd mer cy, He will sustain and comfort you, "If ye will but nsk for, yo shall reecho," therefore humbly collar My "Thy will be done." A. Al. The attendance at the Old Set tlers Plenlo nt New Florence last Saturday was better then generally expected. Tin crowd wiiHcsllmat ed tobeuboutri.tKK) which owing to A very Jolly crowd, that of the High School Clique, left town Tuesday morning bound for the clubhouse, where they aro spend' them. We nre In hopes, howewr, the drought, was only half of the nnu nicy win menu rap.oiy 1Hlm (,ii,.mnee. Montgomery played her part well In attendance. Conveyances of nil descriptions, loaded lo their fullest capacity headed southward began pouring out of town nl an early hour ami Ing three days camping under the continued uplllliioou. The "Com" chnpcroiingo of Miss Annlo (HI- with three extra coaches loaded to ehrist. The young ladles of this the guard and the Local with one crowd had so beautifully enter- ext'a coach showed that Wcllsvlle tallied their gentlemen frlendsilur- and .Montgomery done their part. Ing the winter that they felt they Gov. Dockery and Hon, Chniiliocy must do something for them in re- I, Filly were present and both mado turn, and their fertile minds eon- able speeches. The Wellsvllluaml jnred iiji u camping trip, We are Ithiiieland bands discoursed sweet sure nothing could please the girls strains of niiisfe mid nil In all tho better. Ilverytldng wus arranged Old Settler's plcnle was In every a before hand that there was nothing ' success. to occupy their minds but pleas ure, .las, Mi.Qulo happened to an accident by spraining his nukle badly and had to leave Tuesday night, Jim wus Invincible and was buck the next morning by ten o'clock still making fun for the crowd. Quite a number drove out each day to visit with them, and all report n glorious time. Those present were! Misses Nellie IIuiImiii, Julia Fer guson, Myrtle Johnson, Curiae Vogt, Alice Scott, Nellie Graves, Alia and Lenta Dodgers, Carrie Crockett, Alva Ollilland, Vei. Ilnr- Vi.it ltlmll,,9. lll.-i dins from thu nustrllu without ini:t Is eiiiiininn nimuiit rlilMrcn la , lint uiu her. It I (Inn tu illmlnlthcil ntniijicrlf prrssurn, ami (urn this int.-. n.Tiirs to i"oplo awnitllng high ' mountains. The Itnw U uuivinlly from one mmtrlli It inuy, nf rmirse, ho duo tn Injury Tim nostril should hn llrm ly clfiso'l hy the iirensure nf a fliiRrr, the Ik-hi) of the child he held high nuiiiiwlill.'. Colli In the reulun of tho neck unit forrhruil hy means of key nr colli wntiT cloths will urrcit the 1 flor ,,f !,!oml. U t . ,il itt .'nrlt.v KiHM'lfHh. , I. I.o. ..-....'( I.my lm illicit a this I wlv: IMmo n hook iihout an Inch nml ley, llentim McL'nnne, Alma Minis, j U:ilf ililik U-iweon the kni'H Joints Jessie Karnes, Oraeolluploii, Fan-! while sl'tlug nn n clmlr, the logs be. nle Stephens. Messrs Hush Ow-' ' Uot-hcil i n,n ami llm ankle of , ,,' , ,, ... - ,, ... I hi'tli fret hehlK imnl vln.x to cncli lugs, hred Crockett, Charlie I, hap- - 0.r wln lU nm L aVtaicil In, Moula .Muiim. Jim McQulc, Leo wii)i illllleulty unit I'.ilii; hut icriwvor- Vogt, Dave IIuiImiii, Manly llud- isoii, I'M llupe, Homer Snbour- In und I'lez Green, unco In time will render tt.o limb pll. able, umi in a month in two luy will Xinilnally yhhl In tin tr iu.cr hap. After practhlus with n slnghi hook inert-anil lu iiiimls-r or Inilk. still .kep Ini; the legn ktie.clu-il noil tho nnklej cloie. lly rcpcalhiK tills piocooillng iiftf-n, It must bo n Imil'cniio that la nnl tftetmilly enroll In : 'nonthi. battle nnd Induced their servnnts 1st rn nli unlit ; lie i ,n.. r iiirrifi. lawn now enino the merry volcei toluruduwii the holy person of Hon. address. T. W. DA.MUL. i bespeaking far better than wo caul tho Ood of this cilrth and brand .icrferson Cltv. Mo. Actlni' l'res'nt. 1 picture tlioenjoynient oUho even him n Ilnr nnd lunntlu and donrlve - lug which was, If such were pwi-l fofind In hlsaci him of every means of making a Jus, Kallcrhals and wlfo of Hen-'bio, only Intensified when the ' .fitrnlneil by living In this country, which, in ton City, visited C. F, Wuld nnd toothsome refreshments were serv-j feur of con all Is a conspiracy against the wlfo last week. 'cd. real self wh pendent upon him w.ilch are worse than physical pain. The sure test of u man's ehiir-i is not lo be vheti he Is rc sentlment or s. Ho Is his free to uct, to The croklnole club was rcorgaii-1 Ized Tliursdiiy after having dls- i banded on account of the extreme heat of the inist several weeks. , ,,, i , , Strive, itrlvc, my rol, to ba Inno- Little Mlss,s Ivdlth nnd Lulu' .c,lt. ycgi bencnccnt. Dw$ nny mtn Kldwell who have been visiting! w(,.jaa theof Not only forgive, but their grandmother Mr. Lucy Kld-t work Into thy tbotiefct Jn:elesoce ot well fortho nast two weeks return- tho kind of pain, that thou mayMt I.Nl.t Ik ... ...Ik, 1? I 'a it i 2 $ 1 -3 41 1 tunny i-ureil III l.x 'nonthi. , ,! 1,11 "Is SVrmmi. 'I ' ud to their hoinu in St. Louis Tues day nftcruoon. 4 I iisver Inflict It on another iplrtt ?ha I Its work Is dono; It wilt never learch thy whola nature ncln. ,