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tn ror: 1 Mpjnrr ami MRlf,
refuse to do so una" go our ways
,givlrss of our responsibility aud self
lab iu our use of God'a money."
pbllip closed bis sermon with an ac
count of facts concerning the condition
of some of the people he himself had
visited. When the service closed, more
than one property owner went away
secretly enraged at the minister's bold
and, us most of them said and thought,
'Impertinent meddling In their busl
5ess." Was he wise? And yet he had
In-en to more than one of these men
lu private with the name message. Did
ha not have the rlht to speak In pub
lic? 1 M not Christ do so? Would he
uot do 80 If he were here on earth
againf And Philip, seeing the great
need, seeing the mighty power of mon
ey, seeing the indifference of these men
to the whole matter, seeing their de
termination to conduct their business
for the Rain of It without regard to the
condition of life, with his heart sore
and his soul Indignant at the suffering
he I""' witnessed, came Into the CUUrch
ami Hung his sword of wrath out of its
scabbard, smiting at the very thing
dearest of all tilings to thousands of
church members today the money, the
property, the gain of acquisition and
he smote perhaps with a somewhat un
wise energy of denunciation, yet with
his heart crying OUt for wisdom with
every blow he struck, "Would Christ
aay It? Would he say It?" And his
sensitive, keenly suffering spirit heard
the answer, "Yes, 1 believe he would."
Back of that answer he did not go In
these days so rapidly drawing to their
tremendous close, lie bowed the soul
if him to his Master nml said. "Thy
will be done!"
The week following this Sunday was
one of the busiest Philip had known.
With the approach of warmer weather,
a gnat deal of sickness came on. He
was going curly and late on errands of
mercy to the poor souls all about his
own house. The people knew him now
and loved him. He comforted his spir
it with that knowledge as he prayed
He was going through one of the nar
row courts one night on his way home,
with his head bent down and his
thoughts on some scene of Buffering,
when he was suddenly confronted by
a young man who stepped quickly out
from a shadowed corner, threw one
ana about Philip's neck and pit 1 his
Other hand over his mouth end at
tempted to throw him over backward.
it was very late, and there was no
one in sight. Philip said to himself,
Tliis is the attack of which I was
warned." He was taken altogether by
surprise; but, being active and sell' pos
sessed, he sharply threw himself for
ward, repelling his assailant's attack,
and succeeded In pulling the mall's
hand away from his mouth. His tirst
second''. Instinct wss to cry out for
help; Ills next was to keep still. lie
suddenly felt the other giving way.
,T!ie strength seemed to be h aving him.
I'lWIp. calHng up some of his knowl
edge ,,f wrestlina gained while in col
lege, threw his entire weight upon him,
and, to his surprise, the man offered no
resistance. They both fell heavily up
on the ground, the man underneath.
He had not spoken, and no one had yet
appeared. As the man lay there motion
less, Philip rose atiJ stood over him.
By the dim light that partly Illumi
nated the court from a street lamp
further o ho saw that his assailant
was stunned. There was a pump not
far away. Philip went over and
brought some water. After a few mo
ments the mau recovered conscious
ness. He sat up and looked about In a
ionfused manner. Philip stood near
3y, looking at him thoughtfully.
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0 Our family for twenty years ami
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a physician is awaited. Wo do not
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the: u::MornATic platkohh.
Anll-liup.-riiilioui ibr I'rluelpal Isaua
of the l a ui pulu ii.
We, the rSBrsSSntatlves of tha Damo
crutlc party of the United Statea. assem
bled In convention on the annlversurjr ol
tha adoption of the Declaration of Inde
pendenca, do reafltrm our faith In that Im
mortal proclamation of the Inalianabl
rights of man and our alleglancs to tha
constitution framad 111 harmony there
with by ths father of the repubUc. W
bold with tha United States auprama
court that tha Dsclurutlon of Indwpand
ncs la ths spirit of our governmact, ot
which tha constitution Is tha form and
Utter. We dsalars afaln that all govern
ments Instituted aaavng men derive their
Just powers from th consent ( the sev
erned; that any (overnment not based
upon the consent of ths governed la a
tyranny; and that to Impose oet any pes-
f t a government of fore IS to substitute
he methods of Imperialism for thos of
a republic. W hold that th constitution
follows the flag and denounce the doctrln
that an executive or congress, deriving
their existence and their power from th
constitution, can exercise lawful author
ity beyond It or In violation of It. W-a
assert that no nation can long endure
half republic and half empire, and we
warn the American people that Imperial
Ism aliroail will lead qtlll Uly and Inevit
ably to despotism at home.
Believing In thes fundamental prin
ciples, we denounce the Forio Hieo law,
en. u toil by a HrpubllcHn congreaa. SJfalnsI
the protest ami opposition of the Demo
cratic minority, as a hold and open vio
lation ol tin nation's organic law and tt
flagrant breach of the national kooiI
faith, It Imposes upon the people of
Porto Rico a government wttnoul their
consent ami taxation without representa
tion. It dishonors the American peo
ple by repudiating a solemn pledge muile
In Ho'ir behalf by the commanding Mi n
eral of our ly, which ilm I'orto llicuna
Well omed tn a peaci Ul and unresisted oc
cupation ui their land, it doi med to
poverty and distress .i people whose help
lessness appeuls with intiuli.tr force to
our Justice ami magnanimity. In this,
tin- lust act ut its Imperialistic program,
the Republican party seeks to commit
the t'nii. ,i Stutea to n i oiontul policy. In
consistent with republican Institutions
anil condemned by the supreme court in
We demand the prompt and honest ful
atlui. nt of our pleuge to the Cuban peo
ple ami the woi nl that the United States
lias no disposition nor Intent. on to exer
cise sovereignty, Jurisdiction or control
over the Isiund of Cuba except lor iis
pacification. The war ended nearly two
years ago. profound peace relgllH over .ill
the Island, and still the administration
keeps the gov i mo ' nt of the Island from
Its people, while Republican carpet bug
fflclula plunder its revenues ami exploit
the colonial theory to the disgrace ot Hie
Aim ii in people,
I'll 1 1 i ,pi uea I'ollei Denounced,
We oondsmn and denounce tin- Philip
pine policy oi tin present administration.
It has Involved the republic in unneces
sary war. sucrlnced tin- lives of many ot'
or noblest sous ami placed the I'nlted
tit. ites. previously Known ami applauded
throughout the world as the champion of
freedom, In the false ami unumerlcun po
sition ol crushing with military force the
efforts oi our former allies to achieve
liberty ami self government, The Fili
pino .oi.:. ot be citizens without endan
gering our civilisation; they cannot be
subjects without Imperiling our form of
government, and as we urt not willing to
Surrender our civilisation or to convert
the republic into all empire' " favor an
Immediate declaration of the nation's
purpose iii give to ti.e Filipinos first a
Stable form "i government, ol. inde
pendence, ami third, protection from out
side Interference, such as hits been given
for neatly a century to the republics ol
Central and South America,
The greedy commercialism which dic
tated i lie 1'hlllpplne policy of the Repub
lican administration attempts to justify
It witli the plea that ii will pay, but even
this sordid ami unworthy pica rails when
brought to the test of ftti Is. Tile war of
criminal aggression against the Filipinos,
entailing an annual expense of many mil
lions, has already cost mure than any
possible profit I l.at could accrue from the
Stltlre Philippine trade for years to coin.-.
Furthermore, When trade Is extended at
the expense of liberty the price is aiwuvs
We are not opposed to territorial ex-
f illusion when it takes in desirable terrl
ory which can te erected Into states in
tin; Union anil whose people are willing
ami tit to become American citisens. We
favor expansion by every peaceful and
legitimate means. Hut we are unalterably
Opposed to gelslng or purchasing dis
tent Islands to lie governed outside the
constitution ami whose people can never
We are in favor of extending the re-
Suhlic's Influence among the nations, but
ell, vc that Influence should be extended
not by force ami violence, hut through
the pursuaslve powi r of a hiuh anil hon
The Importance of other questions now
pending before the Amesfcan people Is In
nowise diminished, ami the Democratic
patty tsk.es no bnekw. rd step from lis
position on them. Inn the burning Issue
of Imperialism trowiim out of the Span
ish war Involves the very existence of
the republic ami the destruction of our
free Institutions, VVc regard it as ths
paramount issue of the cumpatgn.
The declaration in the Republican plat
form adopted at the l'hlludclphls con
vention, held in June 1900, thai the li,.-
riubltcati party "steadfastly adheres to
he poiicy announced In the Monroe doe
trine" Is manifestly Insincere ami de
ceptive. This profession is contradicted
bv tiie avowed policy ot that party in op-
fosltlon to the spirit of the Monroe doc
rlne to acquire and hold sovereignty
ovr law areas of territory anil lnrc;e
numbers of people In the eastern hemis
phere. e insist on the strict mainten
ance of the Monro, doctrlni and in all Its
ntegrlty both In letter and in spirit, as
necessary to prevent the extension of
European authority mi this eontlnenl ami
us essential to our supremacyln tmertcan
affairs. At the sane- time we declare
that no American people shall ever be
held by force In unwilling subjection to
We oppose militarism. It means ron-
nit st abroad ami Intimidation and op
pression at home. It in. an tiie strong
arm which has ever been fatal to free
Inst It ul ions. It Is what millions of our
gltlsens have lied from In ISurope, It
win impose upon our peace o ing peo
ple a large standing army ami un s-
sarv burden of taxation ami a constant
menace to their liberties, A smnll s-ami-li,,'
army and a woll disciplined stale
nillltla are amply sufficient iu time of
peace. This republic has no place for a
vast military service ami conscription.
When the nation Is In danger the vol
unteer soldier Is his country's best de
fender. Tiie national guard of the Uni
ted Slates should ever lie cherlsed in the
patriotic hearts of a free people. Such
organisations are ever an lenient of
strength and safety. For the first time
In our history sr,d co-evll with the Phil
ippine conquest has there be n a whole
Sale departure from our time honored
up, I approved system of volunteer or
ganization. We denounce it as unnmert
cun, undemocratic ami unrequbllcun ami
as a subversion of the ancient and fixed
principles of a free p. ople.
Private Monopolies intolerable.
Private monopolies are Indefensible and
Intolerable. They destroy competition,
contrul the price of all material, uud of
the flnlsheel produrt. thus renWnp b.h
producer and consumer. They lessen the
employment of labor, and arbitrarily fix
the terms and conditions thereof and de
prive Individual energy and small capi
tal of their opportunity for betterment.
They ure the most efficient means yet
devlBed for appropriating the fruits of
Industry to the benefit of the few at th
expense of the many and unless their In
satiate greed Is checked all wealth will
bo uggregnted In a few hands and the re
public destroyed. Tho dishonest palter
ing with the trust evil by th Henubllcan
party In state and national platforms Is
eoneluslvo proof of the truth of th
charge that trusts are the legitimate pro
duct of Republican policies, that they nr
fostered by Republican laws and that
they aro protected by th Republican ad
ministration in return for campaign sub
scriptions and political support.
We pledge the Democratic party to an
unceasing warfare In nation, state and
city against prlvat monopoly In every
form. Existing laws against trusts must
be enforced and more stringent ones must
be enacted providing for publicity as to
the affairs of corporations engaged In In
terstate commerce and requiring sll cor
porations to show, before doing business
outside ot the state of their origin, thai
ney nave no water In tlielr stocg, ana
that they huve not attempted and are
riot attempting to monopolise .toy branch
of business or the production of any ar
ticle of merchandise, and the whole con
stitutional power of congress over In
terstate commerce, the mails and all
modes of Intnrstatu communication shall
be exercised by the enactment of compre
hensive laws upon the subject of trusts.
Tariff laws should be amended hy putting
the products of trusts upon the free Dst
to prevent monopoly under th plan of
The failure of th present Republican
administration with an absolute eontrol
over all th branches of the national gov
ernment to enact any legislation assigned
to prevent r even out-tall th absorbing
power of trusts and illegal combinations,
or to enforce th anti-trust laws already
en ths statute books prove the InstncsrUy
of the high sounding phrases of th Re
Corporations should be protested In stl
their rights and their Ugltlmst Intsrssts
should De respected. But aav i
corporations to Interfere wftfe the publ
sovereignty which crest them, should
be forbidden until such penalties SS will
snake such attempts impossible.
We condemn the IMngley tariff ISW SS
a trust nreeiiitiK measure, sKluuny ee
Vised to give the few favors wht
oo not deserve and to place upon
many burdens which they should
We favor such an enlargement of the
scope of the Interstate commerce law as
will enable tin: commission to protect In
dividuals and communities from discrim
inations nnd the public from unjust and
unfair transportation rates.
I h leu u i, Platform Itenfllrmed.
We reafflm and endorsi
ef the national Demoi
toloptiil at Chicago In 11
r. and we re-
Iterate the ii. maud of III it platform
an American financial system made I y
the American people for themselves,
Which shall restore and maintain a In
metallic price level, and as part of sin.
system the immediate
free and unlimiti d i ulll
Hold at tin present leu
without waiting for the
duration of the
He of silver ami
ratio of K to 1
i iu sr i onsent of
Sni other nation.
We denounce tin- currency bill enacted
st the last sSssliitt in rongress as a sti n
forward In ths Hepublicutl policy which
alms to discredit the sovereign right of
the national government to issue all
money, whether com or pnpi r. ami le be
stow upon national hanks the power to
issue and control tin- volume of paper
money tor th. ir own benefit, A perma
nent national hank current y. secured by
the government bonds, must have a pel -m.
incut debt to r st upon and if the
bunk currency Is to increase with th
population and business the debt must
also Increase. The lti publican currency
scheme Is therefore a scheme for fasten
ing upon the tuxpnyers a perpetual and
growing debt for the benefit of the hanks.
We are opposed to thlsprlvuti corporation
paper circulated as money, hut wit hout
legal tender qunlttles, and demand tha
retirement of ho national hank notes as
fast as this government paper and silver
certificates can be substituted tor them,
Ve favor an nmendmi lit to the federal
constitution providing for the election of
United Status senators by direct vote
of the people, and mi favor direct legis
lation wherever practicable.
We nre opposed In government hy In
junction; we denounce the blacklist and
favor arbitration as a tin .ins of settling
disputes between corporations and their
Depurtmcttl uf Labor Pnvored.
In the Interest oi Ami rlcnn labor and
the uplifting oi ii. e wurklhgtnun, as the
corner Btona of the prosperity of our
country, we i -a mum. mi that congr
create i department ol labor III ih
of a secretary, with a seat in the
Inet, believing Hint the elevation of
American laborer will bring with It
l ies. I prosperity to mir country
home ami to our commerce abroad.
We arc proud nf the courage and fidel
ity of the American soldier and sailors In
all our ic. us. we favor liberal pensions
to them ami their dependents and we re
Iternte the position taken iu ths Chicago
platform in IsM that the fact of enlist
ment and service Hliiili be deemed eonclu
lV0 evidence against disease and dis
ability before enlistment.
We favor the Immediate construction
ownership nnd control of the Nicaragua
canal by the I'nileil States, and we de
nounce the Insincerity of the plank In the
late ItcDUbllcan Platform for an uih-
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Haltlmore 0 85 a Ul Wnshlngton 7 4ft am New
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main en nut m race or trie raTIure of the
Republican majority to pass the bill
pending In congreas.
We condemn the Hay-Pauncefote treaty
as a surrender ef American rlKhts and
Interests, not to bo tolerated by the
We denounce the failure of the Republi
can party to carry out its pledges to
Xrant statehood to the territorlea of
rlsnna. New Mexico and Oklahoma, and
we promise th peaple of those terri
tories Immediate atatehd and home
rule during their oondltion as territories
and we favor home rule and a territorial
form of government for Alaska and Porto
W favor an Intelligent system of Im-
firvlng the arid lands of the West, stor
ng tho waters fr purposes of Irriga
tion and the holding of such lands for
W favor th continuance and strict
enforcement of the Chinese exrluslon law
and tt application to the same classes
of all Asiatic races.
Jefferson said: "Peace, commerce anil
honest friendship with all nations; en
tangling alliances with none."
W approv thts wholesome doctrln
and earnestly protest against the repub
lican departure Which has Involved us in
so-called politics, Including ths diplomacy
of l-.irnne and the tntrlsiiii and hind
grabbing of Asia, and we especially con-
tti ileum t tie iii concealed itcpuhiicun uin
not I snce with England, which must mean
discrimination against other friendly ini
tio, s. and which has already stifled the
nit nm's voice while liberty Is being
strangled In Africa.
liiillChy P'or the tliicri.
Believing In the principles ot self env
n in-ni ami rejecting us did our fore
fathers the claim of monarchy, wc view
witli Indignation the purpose of EJngiand
to overwhelm with force the Bouth Af
rican r. publics. SpoakliiK as we do for
ri 'li entire American nation, except its
Republican ofllee holdet s and for nil free
t verywhere, we extend our sym
pathies to the heroic burghers in their un
equal struggle to maintain their liberty
We denounce the large appropriations
of recent Republican congressi s. which
hi v. kept taxes high and which threaten
perpetuation of oppression of war levies.
We oppose the aCCUmUllitlOtl of SillplUS
to be squandered tn sm-li barefaced
frauds upon the taxpayers as the ship
ping subsidy hill, wtiiih under the false
pretense of prospering American ship
building, would put unearned millions
Into the po. kets of fuvorlte contributors
to tiie Republican campaign fund. We
favor the reduction ami speedy repeal of
the war taxes and a return to tin tune
honored Democratic policy of strict ccon
amy in gnvernmontnl expenditures.
Relieving that our most cherished In
stitutions are Iii great pi t il. that the very
exist. 'tn of out constitutional republle
Is slake, and thil the decision now to
be rendered will determine whether ot
not our children me to enjey tine., bless,
id privileges of free government which
i i : i v made tiie United States gri"it, pros,
porous ..mi honored, we earnestly ssll
for tin foregoing declaration of prln
cip'. s tin- hearty support ot th.. liberty
loving American people, regardless of
previous part) atllllutious.
TIMELY HORSE NOTES.
Little Thlnits Which, If I'riiperlj 11
tended lo. V. Ill I'reveul I Ii h
neas nnd I'roiiinfe Health.
Keep whatever the horse
of scrupulous! t, clean, for t
is verv rustidlutls in r
Nevi r fceil hay in I !i
hlffh liny ruck, for it i
W a I er.
..f liiniitninntion of the ryes, If the
horse lias innnr, I. real, up llir ucubg,
witli soap ami water, ami apply a
strong decoction of tobacco; repeat in
u couple "f weeks, oml whltcwnsli the
tolls. After miliar or saddle calls
have been washed with war n water
iiT.il castile Mircri. apply witch hazel,
Teach the horse to promptly obey the
word of command, lie sure the col
Whenever the horse Is fretted or be
comes confused, it..p all effort lo pet
him to move until he Is over his ex
citement, Peed n oil la r I nnd water
often) a half day Is loo lini- to keep
a horse without water. rhc horse
likes Mii:ir, and if it is given a lump
when it is caught in the Held, there
will never la; trouble In catching it.
Keep a close watch of (lie feet; if
they become haul apply n flaxseed
poultice. Very often n few weeks mi
pasture will build n horse up wonder
fully, If the young horse lias sore
mouth latnpns washout with chlor
ate nf potash nnd vta'-r. Horses are
often made to Interfere by the way
they are driven; If vour horse int. r-
feres, see if more
iiit help the mat !
la scorched before it Is
i nd is less dnngi r
in conseuence, The In
die or coach horsi - Is
Charles 11. Snrlnjrer, In
fed to horses,
as horse feed
ceding nt' rati
NOTES ABOUT SHEEP.
with Is two pi
pnrl corn meal
barley; and one
in. ul if it can !
alls fur Imnic
Unskillful sin orlop .
diate attention to tin
Ttieiit of cuts made In t!t
elionlil be immediately
fl coat nf clean pine tar.
As Fuon as the sheep nre sheared
the ticks will gather on the lambs,
much to their discomfort nnd darn
nire. The easiest remedy is lo dip
the lambs or to wet the skin all over
with nny pond sheep dip.
Scours in young lamix may be
checked by giving them ten drops of
this mixture: One dram each, of tinc
ture of opium, ginger, rhubarb and
pnrdamom seed. It is a cordial .iml a
pr i ntlve of trouble f this kind, and
r-h. nld be piien In a little water twice
a day, or in bad oases three or four
times, (live three times as much 'o
the ewes. American Sheep Breeder.
Wonder If It Is.
Little Oliver The funny-bcae Is In
the elbow, isn't it, pa?
Mr. Callipers Yes, my son.
Little Oliver Well, pa. Is that what
makes people lauph In tlielr sleeves?
F.xplanatlon of lies Penchant.
"I notice that she 1ihh her portrait
painted, but never has her pliotogruph
"Yes. You see the camera Is bo exact-"
"A cigar named after a congressman
ought to have) eensiderable pull to it."
"Yes, and It might be in bad odor,
too." Cleveland Plain Dealer.
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4,Jnst-as-(footl" aro but Experiments, and endanger tho
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