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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - June 21, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                VOLUME XVIII c f t f f t t t t t t t f f t t t f t t t SPECIAL OFFER On Sale Saturday and Next Week Ladies Wrappers Worth to apiece Your Choice 55c FISHErRS OQBHTO AMJKS COUNTY IOWA THIJJBSDAY JUNE 21 190oT Republican National Conven tion Holds First Session WOLCOTT WIELDS GAVEL Senator Kannu Introdiucs Coloradoan as Temporary Chairman DILI7EB3 A ZEYSOTE SPEECH 8et Forth the Krptibllcui Iartye nclmi for Hnpport Ovutlon on HI Sllmd on Vice PHILADELPHIA Oune Hanna with a rabbits foot suspended from u miniature of ilcKihley in the lapel of his coat surveyed ac impaling spectacle when he called tho 12th na tional Republican convention to order in tho Eiport Exposition building in Philadelphia at yesterday In tho volley below him were crowded the 1800 delegates and alternates iind stretching away to the four corners of the immense hall were endless vista of who wanted him nominated left him saying he would not accept and they would nominate him whether he liked it or not Thosewho did not wane him hastened to spread tlie report that he conlij not be moved Chairman IHannas reception when he called the convention to order was flat tering in the eitremo and the smile oa his face the pleasure it gave him Brt the joy ho experienced over his own reception seemed nothing com pared with tho delight he manifested when for the time he mentioneil the presidentsluame The convention went off jikt a rocket The applause was deafening Mr Hannas face was a picture It was wreathed in smiles showed the ecstacyof joy he felt over the storm of approval he had raised Many in tliat moment remembered low fie presidents Warwick had an nounced a yeiuago that his ambition would be satisfied and his cup of joy would be full when he called together NUMBEK 23 Four years ago tho Republican party at St Lonis mimed a ticket which eom Xever since 16S4 whm the voters of n to deter tha co the American people Had i Lincoln to prescrre th would Lave been limited to a cordial unanimous indorsemjnt at tho leaders of 18S6 Diisj oliter and when a few moutl ago onr deflr vice presi dent left this sphere of usefulness for another ho was accompanied with tho tears and sorrow of every lover of country The campaign four years ago fought on tho currency question The abandoned aud other metuiures attempt iid have questions so vital been pre sented to tho Americnn people for set tlement Their decision must deter mine the maintenance or the degrada tion of both oar national tarodit and onr national honor A Democratic presi dent conlil paralyze the operation of th caw currency law as effectively as if it were viyil from oar statute books A Democratic victory infuse new miuso new Democracy insisted that the life into the Tagal insurrection cost na woek ami as the leak ildiTt do any States atone should embark on I the of thousands of oor galjant ffnat hurt I nasnt hroakiu 11back to coinae of silver at the ratio of ZEB WHITE IN A CAVE THE POSSUM HUNTER OF TENNESSEE ELLS OF A VISION It Coon a ana PoviODia by tfcc IltmtlrtMlM ID HI Drtrazn Which nm Proved All p Mon ntrooa Tarnanlinn Lie Copyriff he 3WW by C B Lewis The roof oi cur cabin had liii lrakln fur half JL yar I reckon bojjan old Zcb White as I asked him fur 2 story but as lit didnt rniu inoren once a and ns tho leak didnt do nny s o oor gaant the free coinage of silver at the ratio of army in the Philippines impair or de 16 to 1 without wmung coacnrnaee stroy our pnstige if not oar power in The the make ns a byword amorn party insisted that the question of bi metallism was international and that until it should be settled under agree ment with the leading commercial na tions of the world gold should continue nuila Ui till 111 KUIU that would renominaw I tobotho I convention as follows Spweh of Chairman Banna Gentlemen of the Convention In bidding yon welcome I also desire to extend confrranlations npon this mag people rising in terraced seats to tho nificciit gathering of representatives of wall Ho looked iuto the faces of fully j the great Republican party The na 15000 men and women Opposite in a tional committee made no mistake when PROFESSIONAL CARDS M f Attorney at Law IOIVA MUmtlon c Russian Relieving Force Said to Have Attacked the Capital J II Attorney at Law jt in all coiirtu ittttnlld uiuni irlilrinciilor nnj illim UII10 ums 1 mJ V Bcjlucr MIKNtNU CMU W STAMKV CIAlIH M Stanley Stanley ril Irmlkf ii ii n Imililii H BRYANT M II Physician and Surgeon Office In IMock COCNISU IOWA Will aHiu4 iromplly nil tails Jay or nigbt for llror it U iifuii Ifotcl If K Physician and Surgeon Ollite oivr Potters ilrug store Kesijpu oie Mori of Slmfers riiarbls M Physician and Surgeon OtlicH in linis store Koluud build IOKNING s JOIINSTIS Physician and Surgeon all tails llCtyf Otlitu In tlo NJiionn Hank HA1IY POEEIGNEB3 MAS3AOBED That French ai urn German 111ilIr n Iet WIIUTruopi for Manila Diverted and lUunln leoo at Taka LosboN Jnno Ra55Ian re lieving force arrived outside of Peking ths juoruiuff says the Shanghai cor respondent of the Daily Express and immediately began to attack the city on two sides employing numerous artil lery Tho force apparently arrived in tho ulck of time for the Chinese assert thnt the attack upon tho legations had xcn successfully renewed On the night of Juno 10 the Chinese troops nn dor Goiierals Tung Pah Slang and Tung Ohing attacked the legations and set oi flro five European IniUings Nothtug difloito it known oa to the re sult except that tho Chinese were dls ipioiatel although other reports ut eriy discredited by foreigners here ars hat tho Chinese infiniotetl by tho de itruction of Takn have simxi massacred ull tinforeigners in Peking A modified version of theso rnraora ecsivod at Beriin is thai the Preach as veil us the German minister has been urdured broad gallery were masked 100 sicians their oader a mere pigmy in the distance Tin platform on which ho stood oat likcm hugo rock tato an ocean of humanity Eclovr him nud flanking the stago was an embankment thronged with tho representatives of the press of the country Above waa a riot of Mags bunting eagles shields the whole scheme of the elaborate dec orations culminating iti a huge portiait of McKinley nestling in tho graceful folds of the American 3afr About him were the working leaders of his party and behind among the dignitaries and honored guests of tho convention were whitehaired men who had been present atthopartyBbirth in this city almost half a century ago It was not a riotous convention there were no wild outbnrslj of eiithusiairai from the frenzied partisans of rival candidates no entrance of delegations with banners to set die multitudes cheering no fierce skirmishing aud they brought the convention to the city of Philadelphia Thij city the cradle of liberty apf tho buthplice of the Kepnhlicau party thb magnificent industrial center averitablo bcc hive of industry what fitter object lesson could he presented to those of us who have gathered here to witness the success of that principle of our party which has been its foundation the pro tection of American industries ap This city that has been long and ahvays kcown the country over for its unbounded hospitality and the superb management of all great func tions which have come within it with every vagary of Populism and Socialism and to drive this country to an alliance with Meitco aud China as an exclusively silverBang country haa impelled onr people to this settlement of this problem and the recent action of congress has eliminated the danger which its farther agitation menaced Our debt is funded at 2 per cent per an num and millions of onr interest charge saved annually The world has never witnessed so triumphant ftflnaucial suc cess as has followed the passago of the currency law and our 2 per cent bonds held the world over already command a substantial premium Through the policy of the Republican party and the wisdom of a Republican administration byword among the other great nations of the world and obliterate oar iufinenco in tho set tlement of the vital questions certain to arise when China shall bo opened to for eign commerce There is liitle room for fear The farmer and the artisan in their day of prosperity still remember the impov erishment and blight of Democracv and the Chicago pLitform lias no allure ments for them Our national honor na equally seI cure The American people aro neither fix It Tho oll woman didnt nutl In till one iiiuvnin she got up willi n headache and was techy Secin how It was I lliiut say nuthln to provoke lier but sln hnrard her hand agiti ihe stubbed her toe and utmlly bHst ud out on ice with White of oil the sluickelry crltlers on this yore Cumberland moun ting nobody kin hold a candle to yo Wbativ wrong with me says I Huajis and heaps of things This old cabin Is roglarly fallln to pieces Inr the want of a days work but yo aint man nuff to take hold aud ns tilings Ill fix that leak toiuorrer wo nave 11 BETATOtt ITAncua JL battle had rJrcady been iselccted by Ghe nnnnimons voice of tho Republicans of the country The mull had stool at the helm of tho shipi of state for four yeara was their unbroken choice Tho platform was the record of his adminit The only question that re mained for the convention to decide iot ouly made stable and per manent onr financial credit at home and abroadore utilizing more silver as money han ever before in onr history but wo aavi left the Populistic Democracy a dead issae they can never again gal poltroons nor pessimists and they will Thats the old song Ioll go right signalize the davrn of the now cen lt It is minlt or tliarll lie a row tnry by tho surrender of either couvic Look hero now says I spcakln ns tioiie or territory Every soldier back softly as I could Til work fill day to from the islands and they are in almost every hamlet in the land returns an advocate of their retention Our dead are buried along the sands of Luzon and on its tiail uo foreign rlaT shall ever salute the dawn Whateve may be in score for us in the new and unbeaten tract apon which we are eistering we shall not ba found On the port of the national commitj vanize into life aud compelled them to TIHiMISOX M U Physician and Surgeon l Hi lit ill illeml nil calls day ids lo all of iiiMH CORNINQ IOWA 11 F Veterinary Surgeon HEWCOUB 4 COS YARD CORtJINS IOWA glrou u all r NOTICE All jiartits Insurance in rlirthlr and fit cap lurnt Inm will find it t thcir ioleresl to give me Oftirf uilli H MeyerhnfT over i f FRANK E JONES Okey Vernon BANKERS IOWA INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY Io i Inleresi iiii on df online nttfH anil lorms jivingt bank s FARM LOANS AT 5 PER CENT Safety ileposit for rent OUR NATIVE HERBS The Oreit Bloed Purifier ttt Liver Regulator 200 Days Treatment for AfONSiO 0 BLISS CO Prop 1V1SH1NGTON C CIIAIIIKS Ifaycci Iowi Agent fur Admins Jounty Sriit postage paid ii any pirt of Ailams conniy OD rreelpt of For Bale by A F Shlnn J Ji Tucker Brookf 010 Bo Jj Jtti tpjSunday 1 Ko uixnur i lH r x No 3 No81 freight Jail MO r u No frtiKht fJtilv r SI pt ao47 JX fc rw Jrrio sctwfta IDJ lo jBLjCtlon e tick tit Kircw an unit M chKkcd J pmmftij U DOT ItVRt f S Aft i CluuaUjr t Not ThDmM with troops for Manila was ivorted to Nagasaki and has orrlvod at Tam with 1400 men The Shanghai correspondent of tho idea says Tho British flag is re wrted to have been flying yesterday VIT tae south gate of Peking This is resumed to indicatetho arrival of Ad Lml Seymour RATT1 pq MOT RPPORTFn the vico presidency and it was not a BA I TLtb NUT KtPOKTtU tafflcient of ooatention to produce the tnmnltncins scenes which usually attend the assembling of a natioml convention Tho convention waa the dignified gathering of the represents tlvos of the party to ratify formally tho wishes of the millions authority they held Demonstralltin for It was very undemonstrative at While tho crowds and delegates were funnelling into tho hull before tho hour for calling tho convention to order had arrived there were no wild greetings of party leaders A scattering applause met Mr Hanna as he made his way to the stage General Qrosvenor Senator Lodge Senator Foruker exSeuatcr Qnay and a few others oroased a flatter ing of handkerchiefs and a round of hand clapping bnt men of national rep utation whose fame has spread away from oar shores across both oceans en tered without producinga ripple Per haps most of them wore not recognized It seemed tame There was only that indescribable bnzz of nrfriads o voices which belongs to a national convention as the humming of bees belongs to a field of clover in summer and it looked as though nothing could galvanize the thousands into life Ent just before Chairman Hannu was roldy to drop MB gavel Governor Koosevslt entered and the vast audience was electrified He stalked In at the main door His rough rider hat signalled him ont to tie craning multitude Seemingly the audience had been waiting for him and the applause that announced hia pearanco swept over tho vast amphi theater and swelled into great roar ta be mode his way toward the seats if the New York delegation Senator Do pew and Chairman Odcll of tha New York statocommittoe vrero with him bnt the crowds had only eyes for the dashing hero of San J nan No stage idol erex taude an encracca more oppor tunely Bnt he taado no acknowledg ment of the ovation hia appearance eli ited His jaw was flrmly set and lie came on through tho press like a soldier performing a doty He not even remove his bat but ptuihei hu way through tho delegates who swarmed from their places to ntlsp hie band Folly two minntea it took for him ta travers the length of the hall to els place near the stage All that lima tie roar followed him and the handkerchiefs rose and fell lite the wings of gals over a uommer sea Bnt ho made no that he reallziid it was nil for Mm When bo took bis with lib slouch Liali mill on with out having glanced to either flide title people gave it nu find the cheering gradually auWdod Btit it broke oat afresh moEUDt oftciwd bond Waned up the 8taiSpuilad Btrinet BooKviilt of all lit tibonsarida flmt upon bin feet lituntlkig erect Norway pine with aadtnrerod tead to themaiio of the HllheMi Made Public LONDON Jnuo casualties made pubho by the war office including a long list of misjingf show British losjes iu engagements hitherto not re ported In au attack on a reconstruc tion train at Leeuw spruit on June 14 three vcro kBled flvo wounded and 60 captured Another list shows niuo wounded aud 11 missing iu de action at on Juno 7 It is quite pos siWo tlio wires have again been cut In Lord Roberts rear as no dispatch latei tacn Juue 10 has been recoivea The Boers aro gathering in force in spite of General IvijudlonoorFicksburg HLi forces stretch 10 miles As some parts of the lino weakly held tho British fear that tlio Boers may break through Ouipjst skirmishes aro of daily occurrence Ulooialugton f jre Strept Jtuxoaxmox Ills Juno thitt started yesterday morning has left almost half the business portion of Bloomington iu ashes The courthouse aud many of the best blocks wtre swept away Big dry goods jewelry hardware aud other mores ore wiped ont The total loss is estimated at Robert L Scamldt 17 years old died as tho result of the shock occasioned by tho destruction of build ings with dynamite ebilil KeflHlta II6R Ifatnts 11 Omaha 6 Stoat City 3 IVnvur Joioph 5 Paobto 3 Clulcsigii 1 Pittsburc 0 84 Ixjuln S Cincinnati Boekin 4 Brooklyn 10 Hew Torn 8 PhlUdulphln L Ctlciico 5 Mlhvonkcc 3 Dotrolt 3 Ctovoland 4 lUnDuapoUa 2 City IU Indianapolis 0 Buffalo 2 Todaj at Philadelphia ittsbarK at Chicago Amerxan Kansas City et Minneap olis Mi Chlc Tbn Heal Jan A writer giving souio persona mem ories of Mr Blackmare says he could not bear nIJIi paOence any pralso of Lornc Doonc All the world has becu told thilt Lorua Doone Is his greatest work 1be work In which his fame will ive tat says the writer strange o day lo far ns his gentle nature voa cipablr of Irritation be ahnoflt resented the mere mention of tbe book nce I Inquired of him was there a GkJtfLtte soi3 filltog bin plpfc tw Acd was he tbe glorious chap hed made out to be In Lcsna Ceitalnlr not saH Mr Elackmore be Wttl cwirse brcile and Home Magazine If cue objects to tbu odor carbolic icIJ be mey use for tie 1 rtunblnit an odtirliiis prepiircd fol IXaatle hali d pound of per ft iwtnsii la four gallons of oor hla 1OW31 the pites ThiB solution if ultowefl to stand In bowlu or win litalu tium pnrplc The Btnlaa nuty bt moved with a weak notation of oxallit acid Tbe atld mnit Ire rinlled off Im mediately after It liiis Hoa a Jooni1 tee I desire to extend their sineeri thanks to tho people of Philadelphia and especially o your honorable mayor applause and the loyal citizens with out regard to party who liavc laboral with him to make this convention a success Never in the history of con ventions of cither political party has a success been grater Delegates I greet you on the anniversary in Philadelphia of the birthday of onr party I need not remind you that your durv here is one of deliberate judgmentone that yon ore held responsible for not only by yonr party but by the country We are called together once more upon the eve of another great struggle Wo nrc now beginning to form our battalions nuder leadership of our great statesman Ocneral William McKinley continued I wasabout to give tho order for those battalions to move but you interrupted ino laugh It needs no order to Republicans when they seen from afar the smofee of battle it needs no incentive for tho men that sit in front of me to tell them what their duty is Upon the foundation of our party rests the belief and strength of every member of it Before I by aside my gavel and re tire from tho poation which I have held ns chairman of the national committee for f onr years I desire in this pres iu matt nnhlir manner tore ber of this splendid committee wno stood by me in the struggle of 1890 and especially tojUiat cowrie who gathered at tho headquarters in Now York and Chicago and worked from early morn ing to Inte at night for the principles of the Republican jiarty and for the wel fare of the country I leave It in the hands of others 1x5 tell what tbat meant but in passing to others those duties I want to make one suggestion always trust the people and leave as an inheritance to them the motto of the committee of is no such word as fail And now gentlemen it becomes my doty and very great pleasure to present ax your temporary chairman Senator Wolcottof Colorado Wotcott Made Temporary Chairman Senator from the first row of delegates and moved that the selection of Senator Wolcott as tempo rary chairman be approved and with unanimous voice the delegates so Senator Wolcott who was on the plat form arose and came forward With a pleasant nod of acknowledgment tc the chairman he turned and addressed the convention as follows The first and pleasant duty of this great convention as well 03 its instinc tive impulse is to send 3 message of af fectionate greeting to ow leader and onr countrys president William SIc Kinley In all chat pertains to OUT wel fare in times of peace his genins has directed ns He has shown an unerr ing mastery of the economic problems which confront as and has guided us out of the elough of financial disaster impaired credit and commercial stagna tion up to the Mgh and safe ground of national prosperity and financial stabil ity Through the delicate and trying events of the late war he stood firm courageous and conservative aad under hie leadership we have cmeigcd tri umphant onr national honor untar the whole convent an ou aa if tpolagiiing f CJT liuolr U riineail fm entrance of Rweeveli inti the itovi m tton ww distinctlj tlin ilruuatlo feature of the iesdon flien thtwheel bcj im to raovo btit the under like ipell of bin pruuao ocnild not tike its of him Ill him the interest teemed esnttrM Irruimg every pause in tile proceedings hb fru anxromxdod by anil neiripaiMir men Al iens for woid To nil he garo iiie nine aiunrer Be vrm net Hcdid nctwsat tlsnrtfaiuitioi 1WAXD 0 WOICO77 tahed onr credit aurl the eqratl devotion 2 orviy neottoit of our common ooaqtrf to mUm of tbt republic cwcentcd forever Hem in the raemory of lihti gtmtation stood at the at tho gontrnoiont truer patriot vinr or mow ooiu leader a batter example at tha highest type il Amerloaa manhood The victories ol and of war are alike iiucribed ner Those of us whose nil ban and ty have called ni rrom time to time into presence know tow freely he open t and been In noon try i eerTce tai the sumo vigtnw mrnhood and dear and patriotic Tiara animate him aa of old md gin ox oon fldacoe asd tmit for tbe foton ct our repaJUio becaut hii hud gtldi seek to crcato now issaesgrowing out of a wiir which they wera mast eagerto precipitate May I a western man odd another word Tho passage of this bill which received the vote of every western Ke pnbiican in congress marked the term ination forever final of any scrt of dif ference between Republicans of the east and cf the west growing out of currency problems Even if tho stern logic of events had not convinced us our deep and abiding loyalty to the priudples of the party erar belief tha1 the judgment of its majority should govern would lead us to abandon fur ther contention And the thousands of Republicans in the west who left us four years ago are returning home The neu of the far west nro bone of your and flesh of your flesh The sun that shines 01 yon blesses them also and the shadow before your dnrk us their homes as well They ore naturally expansionists in the westcrn ilains and mountains and wilieu they ico a great political party attackiujt the integrity of llie nation iind lending in eonrageoieut to insurrectionists who sire shooting down our soldiers and ro sisiiiig tho authority of the government df thr United States all other questions fade arid are forgotten and they find themselves standing shqnlrler to shoulder the Turing a jartion of the last four years we were involved in a war tiiat for a time paralyzed business and com merce nnd would have taxed heavily the resources and credit of any other eonnrry than ours aud for the past year or more we have been employing im army of some 50000 men in sup pressing an insurrection against onr authority 8000 miles away No in dustry has fell the strain of these ex traordinary expenses nor have they af fected the general sum of our prosper ity More than that the conditions re saltijjg from tne legislation of the past four years have obliterated every issue that was raised during tho lost cam paign The Democracy having there fore to find some rallying cry seeks it in the results of our lato war with and upon that question as upon aU others we stand ready to meet them in the opcu Senator Wolcott discussed at some length the conditions arising oct of the war showing tho necessity for assum ing authority over the IrTiilippines Cuba ftnd Porto Hico and giving in detail the of the presence ci American gov CTameut agents in those islands He defended the Porto Rican tariff law and the work being dono in Cuba and con tinned We are actnaijy owners of the Phil ippines by an acd indubit able title We are there as the neces sary and logical outcome of our victory over Spain There are upwards of 1000 islands sprinkled upoc that leathern JKS peopled by more than 80 tribes of different rare and language and having Dtsolntely nothing In common with each other Most of these tribes welcome our coming and arc grateful for our protection The Tagal tribe hostile not only to us but to most of the native tribes are in an Insurrection against our authority They have neither a government nor the capacity to conduct cue and are waging a predatory gner rllla warfars which would be turned against the other native tribes if ire hit them alone What would the Democ racy have as do Qlvo them to rapine and bloodshed and leave the islands an fiotsamund jetsam on the face of the vmteis There are parallela in our own history Wo purchased Florida from Spain in 1831 when it had 4000 white Battlers for 18000000 and other valu able considerations The Seminolos natives of the soil brave resolute hav iojjfar greater intelligence and char acter than the Tagala disputed our possession We sent Andrew Jackson down to fight them and ittook ns 21 years to subdue them and send what iras left of tham west of the Mississippi If che antieverythlngj had lived then tmey would I suppose have azged us ta turn over Florida to Ojceola the Agui naldoof the Semlnoloa Would yon aftar tbe WAT with Uexioo and he Ghtfaden purchase have given the great moth and wast cf the Arkaniu ti the red ApacoiJ Not so did our tattun oorutrna iocir ilnty and iu they fcaiU to ihall wi Mna with tho unlit lamp and the uugirt I loin Onr way is new but it is not dark In Lh readjustment of world conditions where we mnst take onr place with tho other great nations of tho earth we sliall more with caution bnt not with 1ciir We seek only to lift up men to hotter things to bless and not to destroy The fathers of tbe republic ac cepted with courage snch responslbll iUes 01 dovolvod upon them Tho same heavens bend over us and the same power that shielded them will gnard and protect us for what we seek ia to j build still more irmly always upon foundations of probity and of virtue the glorious edifice of tho republic We stand at the dawn of a nlorrer but today Ive got to go up to ha3 all the I yllil an whooped and flung stones njj ialli1 him names but he let 1115 tire invsck out Xoon come and lic thar I had another row with him and If hed bin a proper liir iuJ 1 v s d hi grit but InMai new ceo them limestone caves I had n power rory Before it shall have reached its j ful vishun last Bight In my vlslmn i meridian the youngest here wiil havej mw a cave and that cave was chuck passed beyond this life or beyond the sphere oi usefulness New recruits will step into tho ranks as we fall out Tills very year thousands of young men will for the first time exercisa the right of citizenship and cast their ballots at the national election The safety of this republic must aver rest inthe courage of young hearts and tho vigor of a noble manhood Youth is buoyant and hope ful No snarling criticism or gospel of a little America or prophecy of despair will find response from hearts that beat full and strong with courage and with faith aud whoso creed it is that Gods in His haavta Alls right with the world Whatever else in the pMt has suf fered change or decay the BepubUcan party which for 40 years has boco idon ned with everything onnobllng and np lifting in our history was never as in anj outside nni I looked fnr the old w afternoon but she didnt au old siiotyiin In the us knoweil that if she eimc with buckshot and brills t aln I the bar walled fur IKT h AVa vn or Night conic aluig agli I eat nnlls 3roi I eoukl lo w nightmaiv nil through tv hours I kin vi 1 v glad to see the ajii to look fur tho Sinie old plict fiif t We had a Jnv lu I made up my iuin1 hours and llun FLOWERS I MipS IiZZip Vhm r X d i Floral Dipartimm In jjj Dr Drug Srorc 8 Cut Flowers Potted Plants S Seeds and BulbJ x for spring planting fur sulc ihe selecKd from CreHon grien IIOUPCR Also Firh ind aquar tuni supplies x At Salts Drug Store full of coons and possums I cant say i wasout of the raw whatbcung the varmints together but i Thcold ivoumi thar they was and thar was 500 of I dont nuthln of the sort j me and she got clus u f and llml a hunMiil r him befo lie kno says the old woman IV arc allus j j crawlcd out the hwln vlshuns bout bnrs and coons mefiiramlnit and thn lieokssly siid iil it nn1 ill lvt I linir fur bar lilt s up As at ajid possums but nobody ever knowed YI to hev a vtshun bout chonpin wood or hocln corn She was right bout that said Zeb with a smile but it riled mo up Jest the same I answered back pnrty briskly and she got mo sassy and so we had a TOW I got up from the table and took my gun and whistled to th dsiwg and started off and the old wom nrfcalletl out to me that she hoped Id be clawed by wildcats I wasnt yarn in bout that rishun I was lyln on my back in bed uyos wide open when that uuinnij nun oa i i vital as virile and as vigorous as to Vf rte up befo mcand l day ord clean and an nn quenchable faith in free institntions an unalterable ibclief in the patriotism of the people and an undying love of lib erty and of councry Ovation ta Oovfl7nolr Tlaylor A noteworthy incident of the session was the ircmarkabla demonstration to Governor Taylor of Kentucky That his party associates look on him as a martyr of political hatred their great ovation made evident Although they wanted to fix that leak of cose butu seemed a powertol sin to let that vl Bhun go by I hadnt got morcn half a mile from the house when the dawg begun to hang back The critter allus peared to take the old womans side whenever we bad a row When I no ticed him haugin back I yelled out nt him and grabbed up a club but he went out of sight like a rabbit I wanted tbat dawg to hold the mouth of tha cave while I went ID and slaugh To Tears to J Aro yor name Zili Thats I says I Glncrallv sjioltin f is tnpossum hunter of Tennessee Yes Man what Lns vishuns uf coous and possums In n I thought it was a Yes I know but it as mighty smgIar that when y n vl shun of coons nnd tinji urns yo didnt see innhln o I lar Ztb White yo conie niiI go to work on that cabin rf ami let vi ehuns and dreams go to poi I was glnd noir u do so eiplaiaeJ about it She cooked me the meal I had ever eat aud Btie let mo go to bed and sleep fur 0 hours and all she said was Zcb verts nails aud liaiamcr anil boards am now yu1 hev a visliun bout leaks in the root of Uils caliln SI QfAD WHEAT MARKET NERVOUS succeeded in bringing him to the plat tcrcd thevarmtats and I Jest madeup Or a Ce form they conld not induce him to BCtbtaitT WMak for ttaw MouHTMtt toMtaUMk gor Bte ntif ioMb teraliM a ill a Ihrei aud of m animmter in ttoi ul and of Luzon are many bat the chief ilupiratioc aud eiiraoliageniEut of the insurroction com from the Dem ocritlc in the Uaited Btatia Partisaiuhiii haa jprorcd Wntigar thai patoiottiam even while on soldiers aze buing by ma mniling ban Jits Md il U not for tbe nope bald out to Agmnaldo by Anuicican aympiMluMrri tin iumrreo ttoii in the would hue eaded make a speiich The appointment ol the committees on permanent lion platform etc concluded tbe pro gram for she day and with the benedic tion of this Eev Edward M Levy who delivered tho invocation at rbe conven tioa held on Locust street In the convention after having been in acsaioD two and a half hours adjourned until noon today when President McKinley will bt renominated by occhunation and the platform will be adopted The nomination kf the candidate for vice president will go over until tomorrow there a stampede acd the plans of the leaders are TRICK OF A WOMAN SHARPER Qalrklr Turned It CMk I lost n 3 laco handkerchief today bnt I learned one of tho tricks of the light fingered people ia Ctdcago re ciarked a Nortli Side as she came back from a shopping excursion Was It worth asked her hus band Hardly but Its IcteitMtlng I bought a laco handkerehici and as I walked to the cur I stopped to bay a newspaper I bad my ptirsc In my hand and a nnmbvr of things of course and I laid the parcel containing the handkorcEitef and the cbecfe tor U down on the corner of a frnlt stolid After I got to the car t thought of Oy package 1 hurried back and the packnge trnsat Where ia tfie little package I left hereV I asked the Italian TCudcr Zatta Btf paps 7 Tea1 Other lady took it I wanted tbat haddlicichlct espe cially toislYe to afriend for a birthday present I went to the ston again and picked ont another handkerchief 1 tun sorry the flrst one didnt salt yon the Enid Why I lost It I replied In aston ishment Ton dont soj so uaKI the clerk about tea minctes ago e nlca looking woman conic to heio with tbat handkerchief and wa took It back and refunded tlie Bhft tald that yon were ulece and tbiit yon were out ahoppkig together Son deckled the handkerchief Dot Just wnat yon wanted and die CUM back to re It We Her Uliet tor OM mod albe cubed Inter A man iwiy attaft on a tinting ahlp at wa or plunge through tha Tortiz of daitrnctfcio upon the Held Qir bttttle ami Btin be Klf noBaessed but different wttb bin vrhea bo flada tbtt be has been slttlnj on Tbe of iill bcunin beneflta that lit Ifiuit withunt whlib no other benefit aua be trutj enjoynd Ii Inde ftoi it luird M inni Dianra H tbe jBCUn la a Texas steers t my mind to tilra when I got home Thar was three caves and it was n sii mllo trip middle cave was the biggest and when I reached it 1 looked all around fur trucks Not ODC was to be found but tliat didnt discourage me I peerQl around fur a spell and then Trent ta It was a narrer onenfn and the cave was dark but I bad brung along a taller candle 1 lighted the candle and begun to ock about mc Dod ret If but what a fale a man kill make of liimselZ when he tries eiolaimod the old man after a pause i CHICAGO Anybody of eoonsand poiisums dont go hangln around caves That vlsbun was a tarnashun He I jaDCaTsiri cave was as big iis half an acre and I ijnJJs walked all over It anj found uuthln I was mad tmd klckin myialf when I started to go out but I hadnt gone for when the roof of the care pearcd to fall down upon me Mebbe It was half an hour later when I opened my eyes nnd fonnd myself on my back and It secmird as 1C one side of my bend had bli caved In I found my rtllo with tho stock broken and I code smell sVar all around It didnt take mc loot to agger out that a bar had follered mc Into the cave nnd fetched mc a whack longsido the bead In a mlnlt I heard him enltfin and mov In around outride the cave and as 1 crawled aloftg 1 found him on gnard 13e was lyln down fair ia the war and I was his prisoner If my rifle bad bin all right f ctrald her got rid of him In short order bnt It couldnt bo fired is the bur heard me movin up be showed his tiicth and growled in a way to make my bar stand up Ho didnt conic In after me but It was plain nnll tbat he wasnt goln to let me ont I thought It was best to keep still fur awlille and sea If be wouldnt go away and dyo know suh to the best of my belief that critter went rigbt to sleep I couldnt git ont without steppln over him and It was too risky Co try that I kept quiet fur two boras and be nev er moved Then I flung stone at him and ha woto up and growled till I had a oaill Mebbe yoll fay I ortcr bev taken comfort la tbat cave bnt when I found tha afternoon wearln awny and the baibangln on I was mighty miserable over It The of Tennessee owed me fl powerful srndge for the way I bad ttanghlered ttwm and who was to bell wliut critter propotid to do Be could floiab uu ojr any dine he wmiiled to lint be peared to be plAfln motber gmntr Blnieby it come 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