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Jftcksoa sUrest till door t to Otic t all HICKM JN UE OLDEST i4aV COURIER. feElff tJCttf. fr, FINE WITH JOB PRINTING EXECUTED IBATIESS AID DISPATCE SALE BILLS, ROROE WAItftKN, JAB. C. WEABN. I Editor. Assistant Kdltor. EWStAlR,W.WESTER I'rlco of Subscription, fl.Of HICKMAN, FULTON no-cc- COtMYfft., g,THE .u BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ENVELOPES, fV .'" LETTER HEADS, t,v K FRIDAY, MAY WAR WILL END rrre-1'rob- 1898. H VOLfXXXIII. NO. CONGJvEisS. SENATlK-Uurlnit6&6fr6&wfrcfrtfre-&6-e-6e-c-6Cctc-c-&e'frt-t-&&e&e-8-frfetv6-e-i- 21. ETC,ETG CAX.X. JLVD BEE US. MS50IHI0I DESTROYED commodore Dewey Enters the bor ot Manila at Nioiit, DgIijiiio All ihe Mines, Masked truMmesz Har- will ImllehUi Uml, Slrieo Spanish honor hns been satisfied by a eonfllot, Spain can now yield to tho Incvltablo nnd tho good olllces of tho powers to bring nbont nn adjustment. In the dispatches from Madrid tlio statement was made that Adm, Dewey effected n landing on the West sldo of Manila lay for tho men of his licet who were wounded In tho engage' menu. It n In olllelal circlet that this landing had a two-fol- d purpoKC, It wat not only that, tho AGUINALDO'S POLICY tSinlirsets the Iiul.pm.lMKinof tlm Philippine IiMn.li, the Internal ACUIr to Be Controlled Under foreign I'rotreiloii. FIFTy-FIFT- WJ' Anolh.r Hold stroke of Our or,.,n.lCulMMIl lie sbl 'lnnln l the ; ,rt, 3.-- Nl nrM Batteries, Tor- pedo Plants and Formications. wounded might have better care than they could recclvu on shipboard, In tho faco of other probable engage menu, but also to carry out "what was known to be Adm. Dewey's pur pose, to effect n junction with the ln urgent as loon ns possible. Tho ln urgent forces practically surround Manila on tho land sides of tho city, nnd with tho Intcuttou of securing control of Manila nn &oon at possible, Adm. Dowry was to obtain a footing on tbo Island at tho carllast ,U'Ji riwfc' Then the Forts and War Vessels Opened Up on Our Fleet and Pouied Out Hot Shot. one on sca'amf thd" effected, n demand Is likely to be tnndo for tho surrender of tho city, nnd, In the event of refusal, a combined attack would lie made upon it. Tho result of such mi attack in In the nbscence of a Spanish licet and e effective shore batteries, teems a As soaujus. tralteail9wtnoinont. Ji'lSisP. ofAmerkanond Inswr other on land, gent force's th Is foro-gon- For Four Hours the Battle Raged Between the Spanish Squadron. Our Vessels and Tho Enemy's Bhip3Wcrc Sunk, Burned nnd Badly Disabled by Uncle Sam's War Ships. Spanish npiadron. Ut Nil conclusion. May 3, Tho Madrid correspondent of the Times, describing thu engagement nt Manila, says: "Tho Olympic, tho Dotton, tho Ilaleigli, the Concord, tho Petrel nnd the Monocncy entered tho bay under cover of dnrkness by tho smaller and safer llocnchlcn channel. Tho forts of Corregldor island gave the alarm by g on tho intruders, but they seem to have Inlllctcd no serious damage. Tho American squndron moved up tho bay and at IS o'clock In the morning appeared ts'fora Cavlte. Here, lying under thu shelter of tho fortt, was thu I.OMMIX, Mr-lu- smetlrsn Vrs.rl Was Disabled, and lli 4'i.uslll. Wre fmull Thti lard.' law. ta. f.,nllrntlr Dewey In r.i.iei.l.m iff 111 riillliltiii l.land.- -f nil Detail, of III. llilllo of Manila. .Span- - ft R i 1U. Hoxn Koto, Slny 2 Advices from Manila statu that G.mmodnru IVwcy strong vnuuotindo against nvni'il tlio Spanish guarding tho liurhor Sun-iltimornlnir. After severe fighting ho retired to place his wounded In Mifcty, then returned to the attack. Aflcr gaining n dtcislvu victory ho retired In llic oiling, without the loss of n vessel, t hough his list of killed nnil wounded it said to heavy. The cruiser Don .In nn .In Austria wo blown up ami lior rommnmlcr kilted 'I In- - cruiser Marin Crisllim was burnnl nnd several Miiiitl-i- t hl of nr were sunk The Span-Ist- i n.lmlral, Mantvjn, was compelled to tianfcr hi Hag from the Cristlna to tho loin tie Cuba. The Spanish tlcct n prnctlcnlly annihilated nnd MmiUii la here It U lit,t)io .n.lMrj).r" lliu clty,l , matter, Kii'liWrn-ef bula 11 y & panic-stricke- uuy .hluUiuic.iit Thu. ot siTCineliiJuixio UiciMncrtcii-tr-sel- s, In thu Madrid advices, was con- had Ncn otrrw helming was strengthened by reason of the new coming tlrst almost wholly from Madrid, and they were pilckly unreserved In expressing their grutillcntlon uion the signal triumph of the Aiurriean forres. At the Army and Navy club n largo company win gathered and rend and com men ted upon the story of tho engagements, as it was prcscnUd in the bulletins ut tho club. Downtown at their homes nnd wherever seen, th wcro free In gUingenl to the pleasure they felt at the news and declaring the coutldeneu which they had entertained throughout that the American ships, their ollleers and men would demonstrate their superiority over tho Spanish licet In I'lilllppluo waters. thu defent of the Spanish rs nlinc.it, ft A M 4$ "'mm? :I' w " L.j i i i'ommoimiiu II 11 1 1 nil 1 in, ' I in Uiivtr ;tTv ?.', r sr Th oroti'ir. ji.rv. Hero of tho Plrnt Sin Klglit of the War With Spain. Is May a. lU'Unliln w hero that th.' Spanish tlvclun loniplcti'ly ilffvnti-i- l olf Curlte In thu two nnviil ciiK.iKiMiicnU Suiulny morn lug. Iaimkw, May. 2. The llxclmnge Tel rgrnpli C huniluy nflernnon hciiI out n (IU pa I oh isnying it Is ntnteil tluit Downy Inn ilofenteil tho hpiut-M- i llfnt. It iuIiIh that the Spaniards lost 'J.oik) men nnil that CoinnuMloro liewoy loit two khlph unit MO men. Munilli (via lari(. May 'J. A recelveil hy tho Span-ul- i linn minister of marine Miylng that tho Aiucrienn licet wan olillgrtl to rvlrvnt after n terrible engagement at Manila. 'Hie illnimtuh ayn the Spanish Iose c heavy anil that the American klilp wen kcmtcIv ilamageil. A Hpeetnl illspatcli l.o.Miox, May from Madrid Monday mornliijr says the tho fought splendidly, KpaulariU Milium refusing to leave tho burning ami sinking shlpt. Thu captain of the Uelna Christina u cut down with tho vessel. I.omiom, May 2. While It Is (ilto clear that tho Spanish squadron has sulTercd u crushing defeat at Manila, unclear thu Intint dispatches I.imuiX, h i l-- v whether tensely tho Amerleuu wjuadroti hai sulTercd material damage. All news thus far comet from Spanish sources, but It seems utldoiit that Commoilore Dow ey has not captured Unlchi hu U able to make anManila. other attack and capture the town hu will K In an awkward position, having no base upon which to retire nnd retlt. I'robably, therefore, tho UnlU-States Mpindrdn will bo obliged to imiko for San IVanclnoo as the cull aneo to Manila bay wai heavily mined with torpedoes. Commodore Dewey displayed great pluck and dnrltit' I" making for tho Inner harbor. Wahiiinoiov, May 'J.Washlngton rejoiced Sumlay night. Not since the dark days of thu great civil conlllct ofii third of a century ago have thu people of this city been ho profoundly moved by war news as thev wcro Sunday evening. n The first Initio of the war has Wen fought and victory llei with Adm. Dewey's sijuadron under tho star and stripes. Secretary Alger declared thnt It wa u "glorious victor,' but, In common with other oillclals of the administration, declined to make extended comment upon it. Navy and army circles, niter manifesting throughout tho day tho greatest engcrncst for news from thu 1'hillp- lii.-s- , itvelveil with Intense joy tho tulllnjr f tho victory of Adm. i. .v.ces jitwv.Y'" ! " t. Tliulr ml'.j.uotlon W Illspnno-Amer-lea- lao lnterehling'piestlon strued hi convincing Indication that they had not kulTercd appreciable In jury, and this was especially pleating to the nnvnl studenu of tho newt. Not only was tho preservation .of the Americun shlpt nnd men considered In itself n happy outcome, but it was commented upon nt indicating clearly that Adm. Dewey nnd Ids associate officers and the men under their command had discharged rplendldly their several duties In directing and executing tho light In this connection It wat pointed out n little lest than marselous that the American squadron cscnpi d w Ithout severe Injury, because, notwithstanding the disparity In the naval forces, the Spanish licet, assisted by the shore batteries, should have been nble to inlllct severe damage to Its foo before itself being destroyed, its failure to do so was explicable only uion thu hypothesis of perfect and swift work by' the Americans. An opinion freely expressed Sunday night bj naval odlcert It that tho very victory of Adm. lVwey's licet will mean probably an early cud to the war, without further naval buttles of Importance. The American licet, it Is suggested, It now supremo In tho waters of Spain's 1'acllle possession and Indications wcro strongly towards the slipping of the Philippines from her It was said that only by control. quickly yielding to our demands in Cuba could this lost possibly Iki averted. Spain, St was nrgucd, was confronted with a situation which promised naught sae disaster in case she elected to force moro lighting. The siiperiorltyof n superior licet has been demonstrated In tho 1'nrlllc, and the same, It Is contended, would bo Inevitable in the Atlantic In enso tho clash comes. l'rom whntcxer point of tiew considered, the policy of moro lighting upon the part of Spain, promises nothing but more Spanish Navy ollleers think thjs misfortune. view must prevail with the Spanish government nnil bollovu uny end of the war, upon thu basis of Cuban Independence is to follow soon and thnt too without further notublc opportunity for tho American navy to prove Its power and distinguish Itself. from Judge Mediums, senutor-eleu- t Maryland, after expressing hit joy over tho result of the conlllct struck a key note- of tho expected result of the cannonading nt .Manila Sunday, when he said that It was likely to have a tremendous effect, not only In Spain, but throughout Kuropc, llo expressed tho belief that it would turn the tido of l.umpcn sentiment toward the States. Tim Idea advanced by .1 lid go was expressed by others Sunday night. It Is regarded by some at likely that tho decisive victory gained by Adm. Dewey's squadron may open thu ces of Spain to tho seriousness of thu conlllct upon which sho has entered. In olllclnl circles It Is regarded ns ulmost certain that trouble of a most critical kind will confront tho Sngasta government within Spain's own borders, It Is pointed out that tho Spanish people have been led to bcllisvu that their navy was Invincible, and tho bitter disappointment that will ensuu over tho result of tho first engagement of thu war Is likely to precipitate, internal distentions, If not a revolution Another result of Adm. Dewey's victory It is thought may bu notion on tho part of tho powers of Kuropo to Induce Spain to abandon what Is .regarded ns a hopeless contest for her. Ueproscntatlons may bu made o Spain relln-gulsr sho would that Cuba upon tier - hold losing all her to risk than West Indian possessions and the Philippines as well. It Is believed to bo i A unlikely Umt tho roprcKiUuliuus h "Adm. Montejo, n few days liefore, went to Suble bay to look for tho enemy, but learning that they wcro vastly superior In force, hail prudently returned nnd placed hit ships under thu protection of thu forts. This wat his only chance of meeting tho enemy on something like equal terms; nnd It did not sufllce. "Soon the Americans opened lire. The Spaniards replied vigorously and the combat continued without Interruption for four hours, during which thu Don Antonio dol'lloawas sunk, the Cnstllla and Mindanao were ret on tire and the Itclnn Mnria Christina and tho Don JunndcAiinlria wcreserlously damaged. One or two of the smaller craft weru scuttled by their crews to escupo capture. Others took refuse In a small neighboring creek, emptying into Maker bay, where, presumably, tho Amerlcon ships wcro unable to follow them, ltut not one surrendered." !.omon, May 3. The Madrid correspondent of tho Standard snys: "Con siderable surprise and disappointment has been caused ly tlio destruction Iwen olltelally staU-- that tho anthori-tletn- t Manila had received CO torcdoc and heavy guns to strengthen tho coast defense, particularly the defenses commanding tho two channels on the right and left of Corregldor Island. "It Is nollccnble among all classes, especially among politicians thnt there Is a strong hope of an intervention by y continental jHiwors, especially and Russia." I.lttlu additional uews hat arrived from Manila, but the cardinal fact is that Commodoro Dewey la now in possession of Manila bay and can certainly take iHissestion of Corregidor Island even If he finds dllllculty In effectually copttiring Manila itself owing to tho absence of a necessary landing force. Having thus secured a naval base, ho w ill have no dllllculty in securing supplies of coal. As tho Times remnrked Mondny; "This is a mere question of money nnd who is organization. The strong in certain wuterswlll generally aide to obtain coal. To declare coal eoutrnluuil Is no obstacle to private enterprise if tho risks of transpo-- t aro moderate and tho pecuniary in-icnt sufficient." Wamiinotov, Slay .1 Naval ofllclalt are inclined to discredit the statement In dispatches from Slndrid Slondny night that Adm. Djwey employed petroleum iKimbt in n, reduction of tho in fact no definite Incity of .Manila, formation could lie obtained that tho American squadron was supplied with of destruction. Mich instruments likeas quite It regarded It of a ly in thu event thnt bombardment of tho city, tho bursting of shells would start serious fires nnd perhaps result in u conflagration; but that Adm Dewey used bombs with tho express idea of firing the city It deemed utterly improbable unless ho was pressed to extreme measures, which It not thought to lie likely. Tho Itclicf is prevalent in olllelal circles that If a fire occurred tho Spaniards, confronted by tho lnevitublo fall of tho torch, city, themselvct applied thereby carrying Into effect tho threat which they hnvo made concerning both .Manila nnd Havana, that the cities should never fall Into the hands of tho Americans except as heaps of smoldering ruins. .... tier-man- the roiiference report od the srmjr reontanlzs-lio- n JVaiii.oto.v, Slay Tho admtnls-tratlo- n bill m agreed Id anil the measure will not arrive at a hasty and sinned. Tho retnulnilcr of the s devoted to the paRe of 71 prl In respoet to further mili- session vale ;enslca hills and numerous meatures tary and naval operations In consc- BLOODY BATTLE REPORTED AN HONEST MAN. front the general calendsr. Hills were passed r V15 nPtta r"fullun n To nraend an set t'rjntlnif to -' Philippines, will probably bo trnns-ferrc- d thoU'li llpplncs. They hopo to recelvo the Arkansas, Tesat and Mexican Central Iletwecu the Howard anil llaker Families United stiles Blanhal James, of llowllnt on nn American dispatch boat .dtjUnlte report from Adm. Dewey at Hsllway Co. a right of way through In Clay County Six Men Bald to Hate Ureen, Ky., Now laying DcbU ul Forty tho terrltorjj to enable the to join Commodoro Dewey nt Manila. an early enough date to bo of value In offlccNi,Indian llren Klllrd. Years Aco. warrant ofrlerH. petty oaicersand Agulnaldo's policy, after the Philip cortiictlon with the operation of the hlarlncs ol the United States navy who raav fleets Under" command of Adnl. Samp dlsiImrtilvH ihcmsclvct In action ta receive jUmiounsvil.i.B.Ky., April 30. If the pines have been captured, embrace Uowi.iso OiiKKV, Ky., Slay 5. A the lndependcnoo of tho Islands, nnd son.nnrt Ummodoro Schlcv. Tho ad Hlcdls of honor, rosesttei and ribbons) In ndws which reached hero Wednesday tory showing tho honesty of Dr. A. D. the civil appolntibcnU the Internal affairs to bo controlled vces received from hostllo sources telerence toalfonllnif scrvlre aad advantages to night It true, six moro men were Kill- - , Jnm at prelent United States mar- additional I how clearly enough that Adm. Dewey thereunder under Kuropean and American ndvls honorably dlschirKiHl koUIIomi to amend lh' ed In Clay county. There U cdnesday, s,ial for Kentucky, has como to light .... ;rs. The Insurgents desire Amjrlcart hn Utterly destroyed th3 Spanish liavlvatton laws rdlallnij to the llrcnnlnff of It Is claimed l.eorge Howard son of here , the j t .i i ... protection, temporarily at lrrltt, on the IJ'ISW In tho Taelflc, but they tifncCM of strum veatels: to place on the retired Hal. Howard, and two of theiPhllpott, . tho Aqqt was In business hyt show what damage, if any list of the army as sersfcants four survivors svvru Ki.ieu mrco mues ociow ain-- at Cromwell, on Ureen river. amo lines as proposed after tho Cubat At hi the Franklin ArCllc,expedlllon. Of Chester by tho ltakcr boys, and t.A . r. . .1 i campaign. wat done oUr lIOt'SE The war revcnUs bill wss reoorted .. thu rlt WM rV,,in,n' ., ' schemo Include.'! free trade td own vrsselt. As this Is the first en to the hcnle Tuesday and by an arrangement Wednesday, tho llaker boys, sons of The .u the world, safeguards enacted ngalnst gngetuent Our modern war VcssolshaVo Irtadc the debate will begin Wednesday and Ansc llaker, met three Phllpots In the atemboat plying from Bowling Ureen main rona one mile below town and toKvansvllle, lnd. One day Dr. James Prtday. At an influx of Chtueso nllcns, a complete iiifjiiius.utUM:tUabltteluo,tq KttOjp eonttnue at ntiht sessions Until .Bit, Wk ...laK .ks a. TJ1..W J l'S..4 UK IU A..,.U . . T. v um VIVUIIIB ... )v our vessels uva.fcu inu limnnnwiaiiiw1V.jaoi.iinin.iflWTna WW 4V.A.., .1....... A t.A n..tla.1.u u& afariuil.i ta.Uiu.aurrupt. Judicature. :.-- . askxe from Cromwell to Kvmis- j s deolJcfl The man'Vbat bromrht XKhTWFWn jlstrlew-wfjrgfM Pt BvawsiiwiaawaBaBfeMM tlio entire freedom of tlio press g I a- whS f i a repnblleao. by a party rote. Trmmmm mmm0m public utterance, n general religious com .Spcechea for the contestant were mado by crnortoscmloeompanyoistalcnillltl man, had flriaT to corcct whatever defects may exist Messrs. Crumpacker (rep., lod.), nnd toleration, the aliolltion and expulsion .a. few years to stop tlio trou wo ana seme tne ngnt, I tj,nc. orcr i00 to pay (rep.. O), J. Jones fdrm.. Vs.), ns tlio ofliccr or uay county are on of religious fraternities, tho church In thiiiew system of nnvnl action nnd fi,i..rnln-- . Hlin - . .... t give tfc'm confidence In the good qual- followed for tho contesteo. The senate ..- - nowarui aiuo m.ui ..nt .. ,.,... nnd- -waJ reiease(i - rom - il.nnknmt law .f.i. being represented by secular priesttoo e;rai 0blfpt-an- y iy j.uk naval hood; provision for facilities to exploit ities osihu modern war ship not here- amendments lo the In and appropriation bill of the parties connected with tho tion as to this debt nnd many others, a conference I tofore Vsted, A very strong belief were resources, tho building of railways, ..... .. - rii, lnn. but matter. Tho county Is in a worso fix r,n, The iejker appointed Messrs. r the removal of ths restrictions on pruvullsXthat tho Phlllpplno's victory Jlllhorn and Cuimnlnd confrncs. A than It has been for years, as nearly i por is tlio bVrlnnlng of the end, nnd that bill was p.ied irrontinjr to the Same H'e and all tho citizens are divided upon either since then has lost a considerable enterprise and the Investment of caphis property. A day or two prompt iiiion nt thlt tlmo will speed Oram! Canyon llallroad Co. a rlKhl of way tho llaker or Howard side. Judge tion ofreceived ut. ago he a letter from Dr. James throunh the Orand Canyon forest reserve. Ai Agulnuldo could undcrtako tho main- ily bring i.iin to terms. Wright formally declares that ho will Inclosing a part of the old debt, and 4:.V) the house adjourned. The dlsttkU.I condition of affairs in tenance of public order. sen. settle tho matter If It takes a regi- told him that the balance would bo Wasuisutos, April 18. Spaniards have committed horrlblo Madrid rciiirtcd Slondny morning ale was In session about an hour and a half ment of soldiers to do It. coming soon. The letter from Dr. massacres of defenseless population. shows tho tesperatc straits to which Wednesday, durlnu which time no Important James to Capt. Seelcy said furtherbusiness was transacted. Cebu City was almost entirely de tho SpanlslA government has been THE Y. M. C. A. more that this was the last of the debts Horse The general debate upon the meas-ui- c driven und it'lt conceived to be possi stroyed. framed by the ways and means committee ho owed previous to his taking the ble that Spjln will not bu in u conihceilraordlnury expenditure for the XTIll Look After the Moral Welfare of the bankrupt law. lomeet dition to prosecute the war much war with Spain, will continue through Kentucky soldiers While righting for further. d 11 strife nt home will make Thursday, and on Friday at 4 o'clock tho vote Their Country. DERBY RACE. . - Uliirult for her to maintain will lie taken. There was nslirnal ubcnceoI Itverjrancor which has al ays herelliut herself, evcii, for a short time, either toforepartlBan Lkxinqto.n, Ivy., Slay 2. Those of Over One Hundred Hones From Memphis on revenue measchaructcrlted debates on tho seat ir in Cuba. Tho opinion ures. J loth sides, speaking through their the Kentucky volunteers who are hopeJteached the Track at 'Loalsttlte on MonIs entertained that if the Cape Vcrdo respective lenders. Messrs. Dlncley and U.illey. lessly lost to tho world's wickedness day, Making Nearly Seven Hundred In this necessity which cultted for fleet is not already directly on Its way concurred Horses There. or hundreds of millions to will be afforded an opportunity to find to Porto Kico,it will never go there or Immediate!) raising prosecute the var but the opposing doctrines the guiding light to the straight and anywhere ou (his side of the Atlantic. which they held t lashed at the first onset over narrow path of religion. Louisville, Ky., Slay 3. A special The fact, however, that tho tho methods by which the revenue should be The Young Slun's Christian associabringing over one hundred horses licet on leaving the Cape Vcrdo raised. The section providing for MU.0U0 X ol tion, at tlu district conference In Win- train SIcmphls reached the track Slon-dade islands steamed straight away towurdt bonds became the target of the Mr. moeratlc and chester Sunday afternoon decided that from among them being Lleber Karl, llailey la and popullstlc opposition Porto Rico for 1'J hours, renders It an hour's speech amued for an Income las tho Y. SI. C. A. shall placo with each will rulo an equal favorite with probablo tin t It continued on tills which would raise IUU,aWJ" a icar, the coin- regiment a tent supplied with games who Plaudit for the derby. While there course and wl I show up at Porto Rico, age of the sliver sclgnorage and Ihe Issue ol nnd religious literature; that a secre- will bo five or six starters, the race fM,(.),(.) of legal tender as an alternative If this is found to be the case, it is tary who will volunteer his services promises to be a duel between these proposition that the war can be ended with W'asiiinotot, April H - Sinate -- Again shaU accompany tho regiment, caring two high class colts, and It will oncliold stroke within a very short Friday tho senate was In the attitude of wall- for tho tent and its contents, and probably be tho biggest betting lima, after it is positively known that ing for business to rrnch It-- A few bills of working hand In hand with tho chap- - race in the history of the derby. A " pharsrl.'r wern OA.ned but no t rs vw i kmxivwi nrrthe Eccl isccmlE ibis tva". Ncticubt iaiu. Tlio eAiiillaw of a. thl ia to be big delegation is already hero from transacted. of gcnral Interest was is felt thnt If the Spanish licet will face SI. C. A., the volunTennessee to back the Schorr colt, llot'se- - The ccncrnl debate on the war defrayed by tho Y. nn engagement wo will be able to ut revenue bill d Thursday night nfler eight teer secretary to be paid tho samo as a while all of the Kentucky money will I.ATKST rOKTIUIT OF MAJ. OK.V. MII.ES. IU Is still some and a half hours of speech miking terly destroy There The de- private, 813 per month, nnd to sleep go on Plaudit There arc already 700 uncertainty as to the effect the news bate Friday lacked both spirit anil Interest. and mess at a private. horses here with several hundred yet DEWEY'S VICTORY There was little discus. len of the Internal from the Philippine will have on the to come. Willie Sims arrived hero revenue features of the bill. The democrats contemplated invasion of Cuba. HEAVY FINE ASSESSED. Slonday and will have tho mount on continued their assaults on the bond feature (Irratlr Dellchtr.l the l'iile of Clnrln-114- II faSome authorities are strongly In Income tax. The nlnocacy of Secretary Price nnnounccs Plaudit. Tln.u.sii.l. ICeJolceit tvrr the t.ooU vor of making a formidable invasion and their ridiculed as athe substitute proposition Corporation Must 1'ay Damages to Ken latter was that the club will open tho betting wi From Ihr list. by the republicans. The authority to borrow at once, at the same time attacking money was tuckyUser Una Jlundrnl Oilier Caies ring to all reputable bookmakers. defended bj mein as nDsoiuteiy the co.ist defenses from our lleet, withContinued. CixcissATI, May 3. The nows of our out delaying to ascertain tho move- necessary. Washington, April 30. ESCAPED CONVICT victory nt Manila ran llko wild-lir- e ments of the Spanish fleet Conserva- day's session ot tho senate btisTr AtotFrisailors' 1'nASKronT, Ky., April 30. A jury in the the report through tho city, spread to the tive opinion is that this would be a conferees on the naval apptoprl.itlon bill wa the state fiscal court Friday afternoon I suburbs and then to thu various til- baity action and the probability Is I presented and agreed to. tbo measure as assessed a fine of 82,500 against tho I Townd In Missouri Acting as a Vastor of a man isi uuu.ww. Louisville and JefIer3onvUle Ferry Co. I Cb.ateh-Arr.a- tea and urought to xuis- lages lit tho county. ha ur plan, bo for ns the Invasion ot perfected carries a little more Importance ceneral lhu news Hashe.1 ., over the wire and l Cuba . Is concerned, will not be, ebunged, I ,r".. business ofsranviiiK verniission 10was for falling to report to the auditor I vine, ssy. ,. . ... t a oiu iu v . I"?!,JS""uI'',","sVIS.Iiwi ol n.nuo nwn l dtitov in,.iunnii.uis pars was Co.-- w ... sh... owjtitoimfccvaAix.l.ltit1t os tu trsoi My,.. tw -r,-.- , al 1 MUUfMSwlllrVwlmll:-tww iii mwwwwrtwa mlal'oMsa-f-i pas.ro. Alia nud shrieked through tho country by venlent no nt In tuba vv thin two or II """ escaped con rfct,T .-tlio Coring I tVeatherbrcf, Tlio Indictments ........ .1.. ..,....!, 11. 1. !...,, r on - P. m., on motion of Mr Allison, Ihc senate ton and Cincinnati and Newport and broucht to thisan Iiusl-necity Tuesday from tor. the whistling of tbo factories. IIMVU iuai, j UUJ a J ustvusiioii and at l'4t p.m. went Into executive session men paused on the street corners paes and put themselves In communl-catioCincinnati Drldge Co. 's and other ror - Louis by Ietective Tom SInher. Weoth- adjourned until Mondny. with the Cubans ns was before to discuss the full significance of tho llot'tc-T- be bill to provide additional lanes porations, numbering over one hun- - erfortl was sent to the Frankfort pcnlP.y that time It will and loans lo rarry on the war went throueh dred ill all, were continued until tho tentlary from Livingston county for contemplated, victory. very Interested and enthusiastic specta- probably lc known definitely where the house Friday by ll to IW. amend nearl Mr.a next term of tho court, which will be grand larceny In 1SS0. ond escaped in to It. tors thronged around tho newspaper the Spanish fleet is. If It is at or on party vote, aftermany efforts the senate will held in September. Tho case of tho November of the same yenr. He hat no Idea how long Ulngley has ofllees. llutlncst, pleasure, work wcro Its way to Porto Rico, a strong lleet lie In dealing with It. The proceedings were Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co. is' In been at largo ever since. Some time ago detectives learned that he was livall forgotten; ledgers and account composed of the Flying squadron and Interesting all day .Fortunately there were the hands of the jury. ing in Crocker, SIo and was preachbooks were replaced by papers which some of Adm. Sampson's squadron will no unpleasant, sensational scenesMr.and no (iov, Ilradley'a Foot Down. Lewis quarrels. A motion by ing In a church there, and was highly told of tho bravery of our sailors nnd be sent against it to do battle without unseemly ritAXKFOKT, Ky., April 30. Louis(dem.. Wash.) to make the bonds redeemable A message was sent to tho ollicers. In the homes thu children oar fear as to what the result will be. peclflcallj In gold or silver coin at the option ville Is riding a high horse over tho respected. all his of the government was defeated eargerly listened to tho story and went tl to ISo. change of place of mobilization from place, and to the surprise ofarrested. to make the by Mr Another, neighbors Weathcrford was off to school to learn more. one.half In gold and that place to Lexington. A delegation He was considered a model minister. bonds redeemable lit the play grounds tho children Whedon In sliver met a similar fate. Sevheaded by SInj. Amcrlcus Wcatherford will be sent to tho gioujH'd together and talked in their of the sane called on tlio governor and made a kick. eral other propositions The voto was then Tho Louisville people claim tho change Frankfort penitentiary Tuesday. Ono tenor were voted down enthusiastic way of the victory and of his sons is said to be a member of taken upon the Mr.MlllIn Income tax substitute spent their pennies for Hags. Tho and It was defeated -- lit to 111 Mr llhind is n slap at Col. John It. Cnstlcman, the SlUsourl state legislature. song greeting tho flag rang out with (dem . Mo.) offered as a substitute a provision Louisville's candldato for brigadier ardor. to Issue flVKUsMMtreaiury notes. It ai lost general. Tho governor has given out DS to HI Mr Laufaam (dem., Tex ) moved a salty interview, resenting the IntiGOV. BRADLEY to strike out the bond section and It was lost A PROCLAMATION mation that politics had anything to 103 to 131. Explains Why the Kentucky Troops Were WAsni.sGTOv.May 3- .- Senate At the open- do with locating the camp nt Lexingot Mobilised Awaiting Orders From Will lie l.aued by 1're.ldrnl MrKlnley Michaplain offered ton and announces that no further ing of the Semite's session the the Capital. lne the Mains of Spsnl.il Sutijrct. In tils devout thanks for the glorious victory won by change will lie made. First Mee;nUr Session. M'AsnisuTos, April Z!. K thn two hours' iM'Un of the seasta Tuesday I s STATE NEWS I. PICK-UP- S. I , t copyrighted Nkw YoiiK, Miiy J.'-- A BIngaporo to tin! eaMcgram from World snysl "Upon hlsarrlvnl at Hong Kong (len. Agulnaldo, tho Insurgent l;odcr of t!i '''" i .. ii tiinis..a.i.'. Mrani ,,. tiros-ten- .' ).. --- Ilou-tell- y, "mmw- - r rr bust-nc- rlo-e- 1 "s"""."!'''?."0 ..,., 1 st s ?. .. i. sii' I.. ..... n 1 I one-ha- lf 'ia -I- United State.. e ''' Washimiton-- Slay 3. The president has in course of preparation a proclamation which will bo issued within tho nextdnv or two fixing the status of y Spanish subjects In this country. speaking, the proclamation will make It known that such subjects aro under suspicion and It it liclievcil will unnoune.. that stringeut measures will betaken lo prevent their hindering :i speedy und successful conduct of a war ngaliisi the kingdom of Spain. Tlir Invasion of Cuba. Nr.vv YnliK, SI ,y 3. A special to tho World from Tampa, Fla., says: A ru mor it in circulation nero u vue cileel Hint a.UOO troops and at many Cubans at the Cuban junta can gather hero will lenvo Tuesday night for Slutanrat for the first invasion of Cuba, Tho World correspondent's informant sat s that an army officer told him that li" had seen tin order from tlio secretary af war ordering tho troops to move Tuesday night, Slatnnzas being their abjective point. Transports nro ox- -. Uen-erall- , THOMAS C PLATT. (fnlted States Senator from New Tork.) TOWN OF CAVITE H. lleen lUffd, and the Unfortified Portion of Manila Hunted to the Hround Petroleum itoinbs. .imiox, May 3. An official news a. ne dispatch from Slndrid Slonday afuriioon says: senor sagastn ha gouo to the pal-aI . ,. di patches announcing that the town of Cav te has been razed and tho It. to communicate to the queen regent It Is understood that the object part of Manila burned. cabinet for 7 The An extraordinary cnuvokcd Americans fired petroleum bombs. council was o'clock Slonday even- - pected Tuesday. Irl.liiurn Congratulate Komiov, Slay 3. Islnley, l'reildent The Mr- - ParntMito London', Slay 3. Commodoru Dewey, t'nltcd reported dispatch from Madrid, gave Capt. Hen. Agusll 24 houri,to comply with an ultimatum which demanded all warlike btorct und tho entire stock of coal in charge Tho ultiof tho government officials. matum asserted that no money levy would lie mnilo upon Manila. Thu dispatch says It Is believed In Slndrid that thu government has already cabled CnnLlion. Agustl authority to comply with the demand, no other course being open, (lemma War Ships tlolng to Manila. Paiiih, Slay 3. It Is reported hero I.O.MMIN, May a The Herman war that an American war ship cut thu ship tiellon has left KlnoChou for MManila cable and took an end on anila. This, with Irene now en route n board for the purpose of communicafi on; Nagasaki, will make three tion. war bhlps In tho Philippines. LiiMiti.x, Slay 3. It was euireiilly Last nllielul statistics show about 100 reported in this city Slondny night Hermans In .Manila. that n dispatch had been root Ived from KnlliiiaU.iii at Sacra in en l. the British consul In .Manila a nmuiiie-lu- g Ssciiahi.nio, Cnl Slay 3. The news the capitulation o Manila. victor, .it Dewey' of Commodore Manila caused great enthitsiasuihcrc. I'ral.e for C'oiiiinodore Hi vviy. tho crovvdn Cheers were given I.n.MMi.N, Slay 3, Thu Dally Mull, in they lead the new on the bulletin an editorial Tuesday morning ou thu boards. Putt lotlu services were held in tho engagement at Manila, snys: "It the chinches, omi of which w a- - atwas in NeUon'i. words 'not victory, tended by tlio local Infantry companies but annihilation' nud It proved Com- in uniform. modore Dewey n worthy disciple of tlio t. heroic rarrngut. It Is eluiraeteilstio fsuv.il Appropriation Hill tlor. lo the of tho American race to bo generous Wasiiixoton, Slii 3 Tho house has lo tho weak, and ns the president Is Hgieed lo the roiifeicticu report ou the averse to useless bloodshed, ho will naval appropriation bill, nud It gixa doubtless meet Spain, w hosu honor is K tlio urvUUnt, now ouyvu) in n jfonerou riU(" according to it lur-may members of parliament have sent tho following dipatch to President M Kin-le"In tho names of millions of Irishmen the Parnclllto members of tho house of commons bend jou their congratulation on tho brilliant victory of tho American lleet. (Signed) John Redmond." 111 Cable Has llren fill. I.OMIU.X. May 3. A dispatch from Hong Kong to the Dally .Mall dated Monday sajs: "Commodore Pewej s lleet Is off Corregldor Island hotl.v with the forts there. Klcetrical experiments, show Hint tlio cabli has been cut nt or nenr Manilla. Tn ltutld bhlps for ltussta. Viiii.ADM.riiiA, Pa., Slay 3. Tho Crump Ship Hulldtng Co. Slonday received adwlecs from Sir. Charles II. Cramp, Its president, now in Kurope, to the effect that contracts have been signed between the Russian government and himself for the construction of two vessels. One is a battle ship of, approximately, 12,500 tons displacement. Tho other Is n protected cruiser of about 6,500 tons displacement. Mr Turple Commodore Dewey's .qu.idron (ltut), chairman of Undemocratic caucus presented nn order appointing Mr Chilton (item Tex.) to fill tho vacancy on tho tlnnncc commit-te- o caused by the death of Senator Wallhall Tho order was adopted. A conference on tho sundry civil bill was agreed to and Messrs. Allison, Quay and Gorman were named as tho senate conferees. The final conference report on the naval appropriation bill was agrtcd to A bill to amend the net lo permit the use of right of way through pubUe lands to tramSevways, canals and reservoirs waspassed eral war measures were passed by the senate and, notwlthsiandlng their Importance not one of them elicited the slightest debate. I'robably the mo.t Important measure passed by the senato w as the emergency wur deficiency bill, carrying t&W0 8l.V Not more than ten minutes wereionsumed In pasting It. that being occupied In reading the measure. passage of tho emergency war IIousK-T- he appropriation bill was the feature of Monday s 1 he naval appropriation actloa by the house bill with tho senate amendment providing for tho pajment ol ofttcers of the navy for the use ot their Intentions by tho government stricken out was reported from conferIt now goes to the ence and passed present-ct- l (Ix) Mr president, on report Ihe ronferenco the general Alaskan bill extending tho homestead laws to and granting railroad rights of way In that territory The bill to Increase the number ot surgeons tn the army was passed. A resolution from the senato providing for the adjustment and settlement of cltlms and counter claims between the United Mate and Mr. Loud tho state of Tcnnessc was passed (C.iL) called up a ri solution providing tor the creation ot a congressional commission to make an exhaustive examination Into the pos tal scrv Ice und rtiort to congress. In supiwrt of the resolution Messrs. Loud and Fleming (On.) said frequent statemeuts had been mado In congress and the press suggesting a buih that had grown up In the service and tho Held was apparently one Inviting investigation. The resolution was passed Two Men Drowne.l. I'aiiucaii, Ky., Slay 2. While skiff riding Sunday forenoon. Lid Leopold, aged 31, and Will llaynham, aged 30, were drowned just in front of tho wharf at this placo and In sight of 59 people. Louis Douglass who was with them escaped. The men pulled In behind a landing boat and were caught by tho wheel ns tho boat suddenly Douglass saved himself by backed. catching the wheel. Leopold's body was recovered. evr Gov. Urad. Slonday gave out a statement night to the .press requesting publication in substance at follows: "1 am overwhelmed with letters FitASKFOltT, Ky., Slay 3. ley Washington, April 20. Tho followpostmasters for Kening fourth-clas- s tucky wcro commissioned Thursday: lloonevlllc, Ovvhlcy county. J. K. Dorton, Piko county, Harvey Smallwood; Ubenczer, Slerccr county, Walter S. Salle; Urant's liend, Kenton county, Klizaboth Hackett; Grange Store, Piko county, James A. Justice; Knowlton, Powell county, Columbus SI. Venters; Prospect, Jefferson county, Harnett S. Dick. Ilom-mon- Kentucky l'o.tmasters. of tho delay in mobilizing tho statu troops. I dcslro it understood that this Is not through any fault of tho state authorities, as wo have bjen waiting for several days on orders from Washington, which so far have not been received." The governor would not venture a prediction as to when mobilization from all parts of the state complaining s; would begin, saying that this matter was altogether in the hands of the federal authorities. Contest for llrlgadler General. LAWKENCtnuito, Struek Uas. Ky., April 30. Gas in paying quantities has been struck hero at the depth of 200 feotby W. T. Jlond. Dewey Demand. Commodore 3. Kl Liberal says Dewey, of tho United States squadron in thu Philippines, has dcu anded tho surrender of all Spanish vessels In thu Archipelago, threatening to bombard tho ports if tho demand Is refused. Weyler Wants to Invade the t'nlled State.. Lox'tiov, Slay 3. A special from Slndrid says: Weyler declares himself ready to return to Cuba and undertako the leadership of an aggressive warfuro against tho United States and head the army of Invasion. A Call for Tran.porlfc Moiih.k, Ala., Slay 3. A call for transports hat been received here. The war donartment ha wired Muj Pond to fcectii.s at once, If possible, two lighters and one boat capable of carrying 600 men with baggage. It is believed that tho Intention is to make a landing somewhero along the Cuban coast outside of any fortified port. Spy Iteported shot. Taiipa, Flu., Sluy 3 A rumor comet In from Port Tampa that a Spaniard was caught trying to poison a cistern H a camp nearPort Tamp.t itpd and shot, couft-tqartluk- 'd Maihiip, Slay Surrender Vessel.. of SpanLh North Carolnlan Will Fight the Spanish I.ieutenauU April SO The chalRAI.Kinif, N. lenge to Hen, I.ee nnd Cnpt. Slgsbeo by Lieut. Curranzu, of the Spanish navy, has aroused a North Carolinian. W. N. Italian!, of Asheville, formerly on the police force here, hot wrltteu Hen. Leo requesting, In ease the general does not desire to meet tho Spanish otllcer on the field of honor, that ho bo allowed to take tho general's place, tilsd.loue'. Condition. llAWAltlir.s, April 30 Sir. Gladstone did not sleep very well during Friday, uiid suffered pain occasionally. A female llugler. Ciiicaoo, April 20 Mrs. Slarguerlte Rymotid, of Chicago, will goto warns a bugler. Sho has been assigned to company ll, Second regiment, Nebras-kn- n national guard, and ordered to report for duty at Omaho. Sho nado application for the position ond was acA C cepted. St. April . The Npaiilsli squadron. VlNCK.xr, Copo Vcrdo Islands, 29. Although thoSpanlshnquad-io- n Is still at anchor here, It Is be- lieved tho war ships will probably sail Friday, as tho paymasters wv'U' settling up accounts Thiusday, Shut From Ambush. I'AtiucAii, Ky., Slay 2. While from church Sir. nnd Sirs. ter of a mile. A company was organmorning, and tho capital Johnson White, colored, wero shot ized Friday mortally stock, 2,000, was immediately takeu from ambush and both wounded. by two of our citizens. Ordered to Lexington. At reeked lloth Knglne.. Richmond, Ky., April 30. Lieut, S. Stanton, Ky., Slay 2. What canto P. Vestol, Seventh Infantry, U. S. A., near being a serious collision was very military Instructor at Central univernarrowly averted here. Fust mall No. sity, this city, received oiders Friday 20, ou the L. and N. railroad, from from tho war department to proceed to Kno.xvllle, ran into a freight train Lexington nnd take charge of tho which was preparing to make a siding, quartermaster department during the demolishing both engines uud several rendezvous of Kentucky troops. freight cars. Tho mall was running Marehuiont's Uood Work. ahead of schedule time several minutes. Louisvillk, Ky., April SO. Slarch-mont'- s, New Jirutueky I'ostuiasters. filly, a Shlpp's Wasiiinoton, April 80. Tho presifor the Wenonah stake, dent Friday mado tho following nom- candidate half mile at Churchill Downs a inations for Kentucky postmasters: worked with go pounds up In Ollti'f, and James N. Wilson at Falmouth; Win. Frldoy live furlongs In 1:03. 11. HarrUou at Flcmlngsburg. Indicted for Murder. I'atrlotlsm at Vane. burg. Lbxingto.v, Ky., April 20. Tho Fay Vanckiiuiio. Ky., Slay 2. Capt A. county grain! jury brought In an W. lircwer has comploted hit. company ctte Wm. J. SleNamaru, here, and li waiting for orders totnovo indictment against SIcNamara shot and charging murder. them to Lexington. The G. A. R. post killed John Keilar about six weeks presented tho company with a magnif- ago. llo was tried and acquitted by icent silk flag. It would be no trouble Judge Urayes on a plea of to raise 500 volunteers in Lewis counMay Join lloiuts'a Army. ty. In tlio late war she sent out more Fbankfout, Ky., April 20. .Many soldiers than she had legal voters. Kcntucklans who weru disappointed Oldest Sawmill llurueil. get commissions in tho Valley Vif.w, Ky., Slay 2. Tho by falling totalk of maklug their way jldest sawmill on tho Kentucky river state guard Cuba and joining tho Insurgent Hid the property of 0. T. Sojier, was to army, especially If there IsugVnn. early ourned, togethor with lumber, bstl second ealj fpr volunteers. tinted loss, 110,000. inated that neighborhood, running sometims 20 feet high, und roaring could be heard nt a distance of it quar- The flame from the well Illum Lkxinoton, Ky., Slay 2. AdjtHen. CUHer left for Frankfort Saturday morning to make arrangements for moving the stato troops to Lexington Slonday. The Second regiment will arrive first, getting here Monday afternoon. A brisk fight for brigadier general Is going on between Gen. Collier, Maj. V. P. Johnson and Gen. John K Castlcman, thefotraer being a federal and the two latter confederates in tho lato war. M pn THE HICKMAN COURIER. Published Kvery lfrltUy by . "T - -- - - T3L H UEORGE Mt-JtckMi WARREN, OttjeJUIl Hickman, Xantuckjr. sail ioot to trt THE HIOKM ESTABLISHED 1859. 1U In JSL ' Ml i s ft n. COURIER. r ... FINE WITH JOB PRINTING KXKOUTKD IE1TXESS AID D1SPATCE SALE BILLS, t I Editor. ROnOK WAHUKN, 4AM. C. IVKAIIN. t Aulatant Kslltor. THE OLDEST fCEW3lAlR WESTI.RJC feEJfttJtlfef. fr. 1898. FTY-FIFTI- I ,r7 BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ENVELOPES, tv " LETTER MEADS, !-- , , I'rlco or Subscription, !.( HICKMAN, FULTON COttNTV,,., I'hlllp-pin- FRIDAY, MAY VOLrXXXIII. NO. CONGKESS. 24. .' Hi ETa,ETG CALLr AND OBS3 VS. 1 S SQUADRON DESTROYED commodore Dewey Enters the ot Manila (it Nioiit. Dclyiiio All the Mines, Masked Batteries, Plants and Formications. US8 . laJMrnminuini iMr -- --- friV ' ImllritU Ulat, Slrico HpnnlRli honor tatlnllcil by a conflict, Spain enn now yield to tho Inevitable and accept tho tfood ofllces of tho powers to bring about nn adjustment. In the dlspntehck from Madrid tho statement wan inndo that Adm. Dewey effected a lnmlltiff on the Went nldo of Manila bay for tho men of hit licet who were wounded In the engage4 menU It una asserted In ofllclal clr Har-Do- r clci that thin landing had a two-folpnrpons. It wns not only that, tho wounded might havo better enro tlian they eould receive on shipboard, In the face of other probable cnp;ntfc menu, but also to carry out "what n known to bo Adm. Dowcy'u pur pose, to effect n junction with tho In surKonts ns soon nn possible. Tho in surgent force practically nurround on tho laud sides of tho city, Tor-ped- o Manila and with tho Intention of securing control of Mnnlla as soon nn possible, Adm. Dewey was to obtain A foot' I Hi: on tbo island at tlio curllost prnatu-Abimu,a- As .moment. linn beett d AGUINALDO'S POLICY Kintirsr.. Ihn InUep.nil.nee of tlm THE WAR WILL END Tf'i Another Hold Stroke of Our N.val or, .ml full Vt III II. blx thejlrlnnlnirof tlmKurt, Fr.e-1'rotm- !lnd.,tlm Internal Affair, to Ba Controlled Umlrr Knrl(n 1'rolreiloiii Nkw Youk, Mny .1. Then the Forls and War Vessels Opened Up on Our Fleet and Pouied Out Hot Shot. For Four Hours iho Battle Raged Between the Spanish Squadron. Our Vessels and Tho Enemy's Ships Were Sunk, Burned and Badly Disabled by Uncle Sam's War Ships. cft"iinif li Is ciTcctod, n demand Ik HUely to be lumlo for tho surrender of the city, nml, In tho event of refusal, a combined attack would bo made upon it, Tho result of such nn attack in In the nbsccncu of n hpnnlsh licet and eHective shoru batteries, teems a foro gone conclusion. I.o.M)oN, May 3. The Madrid of tho Times, describing the engagement at Manila, says: "Tho Olympla, tho Itoston, tho ltnlelKbi tho Concord, tho I'ctrel and tho Monoeaey entered tho bay under coer of darkness by tho smaller and safer llocoehlcn channel. Tho forts of Correu Idor Island pave tho alarm by p on tho intruders, but they seem to have inflicted no serious ilnmue. Tho American Mjuadron moved up tho bay and lit 0 o'clock-- in the morning appeared lieforc Cavlte. Here, lying under the shelter of tho forts, was tho juncupnoi Amencannnii lnsur peTTI tne iirct Wahiilnoiox, Mays. The Hdtnlnl tratlon will not arrive at a hasty In respect to further miliWorld snyst "Upon his arrival at Hong Kong (len. tary snd naval operations in conseAgulnaldo, the Insurgent leader of tho quent of the reports received from Philippines, will probably bo trans- thc;iJillippInes. They hope to rccclvo ferred on an American dispatch boat a djuiilta roport from Adm. Dowey at an early enough data to bo of value In lo Join Coinmodoro Dowey nt Manila. Agulnnldo's policy, after tho I'hlllp-rdn- collection with tho operation of the embraced fleets tinder command of Adnl. Samp" Inttfc tho Independenoo of tho islaniR and sonnnd Ummodoro Schley, The ttd tho Internal affairs to lie controlled '"? received from hostile source under Kuropean and American ndvls-i- show tletirly enough that Adm, Dewey The Insurgents deslro Amsricait liu utterly destroyed tho Spanish protection, temporarily a t least, on the power in tho Taclflc, but tbey nmo lines as propositi after tho Cubart tlii hot show vvhot damage, 11 any Of onequcncc, dono was campaign, otlr Tho scheme lncludc.1 free trade to own vessels. As tills Is tho llrst en the world, safeguards enaoted against gngehient our modern war Vessolahavo an lnllux of Chinese nitons, a complete- uai,tJautincj4JUlablc,aVuutoituov, n(nr,il.r.taaJm.aorrllt-JudtitarcL- ' "Mriur ow otlr veaaels bcuaved A cablegram frotil SIngttporo copyrlglitel to thd first Hetnlsr H.mIoo. M'AsntMiToif. April S7. Skmatii During Ihfi two hours' sef Un of tho noosla Tue-da- y the roriference rcpjft on the srmy reorganization bill was agreed Id anil the trtoatUre en groscd snd signed. Tho rflm.ilniler of th session wss devoted to tho passage of ? private prn-.tc- n bills and numerous mcaiurcs from the general calendar. Hill were pasted as follows To amend sn act granting to the Arkansas, Texas and Mexican Central Hallway Co. a right of way .through ludtan the territory; to entblo the oflleefs, warrant offlccrs,. petty omcers'and Marines ol tlm United States nary who may WttngUlin themselves In action to receive; Medals of honor, roveattes and ribbons) In feference to tho civil servlefl nnd appointments thereunder affording ivUltlonit advantage, to honorably dlicUargod soldier: to amend the navigation laws relating to the licensing of bfnecr. bf steam ve.telsl toplnceon the retired llnof tho army as strgrant four survivors tit Ibe Franklin Arctic, expedition. IIDL'SK-Thew.r tevenUi bill was reported tn the bouse Tuesday and by an arrangement Usdo the debate will begin Wednenday and H.U.......A M,. ..In... f!,l.(.. iIm.,1 V. .Ih. . A. 4 .. . .....WIIU.7 .MU. ....IjiM. Kllhli I lk tuaSn UISI tauk. I STATE NEWS PICK-UP- S. s ? Xlrtw mil tlm BLOODY BATTLE REPORTED AN HONEST MAN. In Clav Conntjr of Ilnwllnt Howard and llak.r Fumlll.. United Stite 3tarliat tlreen, Ky., Now l'ajlng UrbU of Forty . Sli M.n Silil to Have Years Ago. Hem Killed. 1 Jm, " other oitland, the one on tho entire freedom of the press i public utterance, "n gonernl religious toleration, the altolitlou nnd expulsion of religious fraternities, tlio church Iwlng represented by secular priesthood; provision for facilities to exploit resources, tho building of railways, tho removal of tlio restrictions on enterprise anil tho Investment of cap-ta- l. Agulnaldo could undertake the maintenance of public order. Spaniards havo committed horrlblo innssacrcs of defenseless population. tVbu City was almost entirely de stroyed. fir-In- kv "Adm. Montejo, n few daja lcfore, went to Subto bay to look for tho the Cape Verde licet on Icnvlng enemy, but learning that they wcro islands steamed straight nwuy towards lastly superior in force, had prudentPorto Kleo fur l'J hours, renders It ly returned and placed his ships under probable tin t It continued on this tho protection of the forts. This was course and wt I show up ut Porto Hlco. his only chance of meeting the enemy If this Is found lo be the case, it is nml It protMisltlon. Homi Kusn, May 2. Advices from tho dofont of tho Spanish liail Wen on something llko equal terms; that the war can bo ended with WAsiiiNflTOM, Arrll 59 - Senate Again Manila slate Umt Commodore Dowry overwhelming nat strengthened by did notsunicT. one bold stroke within a very short Friday the senate was In the altitude of wall"Soon tho Americans opened lire. u strong oaniioiimlo against rvn-c- n of tho uewit iMunln tlrt ulmoit opened timq after it is positively known that ing for business to reach It A few bills of unSpaniards replied lgorously and tho Spanish guarding Urn harUir Sun- uholly from Mailrlil, iiml they hltc The coml-a- t the fleet Iscomlng this way. No doubt important character were pased. but no bust, continued without Interno a of general Interest was transacud. In p.xprcMln tla'lr the day morning. After severe fighting ho iiuk'kl.v Is felt that If the Spanish licet will face general debate on the wnt lioi'flE-Trvtlrvd t place his wounded In safely, erutllU'utlim upon Iho tl'unl triumph ruption for four hours, during which an engagement wo will bo able to ut- revenue bill closed Thursday night aflcr eight tlie Don Antonio dnl'lloawas sunk, llirn returned to liie nttuek. A(Ut of tho Auirnonu forcun. i.atut roimiAiT ok maj. nr.s. uit.es. terly destroy It Thcie la still some and n half hours of spiech making 'lhc dewere the At tho Army nml Nnry club a )nr?c .. Cnstilla and Mindanaoj.i.i .!.. tctoni gaining n decisive victory liu retired In , ... uncertainty as to tho effect tho news bate Friday lacked both spirit nnd Interest. ' "' " DEWEY'S VICTORY the oiling, without tin loss of a vessel, company was gathered and read and "ro "ml "c "c'"-,'nr- 'i from the Philippines will have on the There was little dlscus.Um of the Internal tl.c IMn Juan de Austria wereseriously reienue features of the bill. The democrats though his list of killed nml wounded Is upon the story of tho en. contemplated Invasion of Cuba. their nssaulls on the bond smaller 0o r two of thecrews to Orratlr Ilrllclitril tlm l'rapls of Clnrlll-im- ll Some authorities arc strongly in fa- continued idvocacy of the Income tax.feature sold to lio heavy Tlio cruiser Don gnu--, meiits. ns It was presented in tho ' The and their TImiu.mihI. Itrjiilceil Ovrr tlm (iuotl vor of making a formidable invasion latter was ridiculed as a nubslltiitc proposition J nnn ile Austria hhi blown up nml tier bulletins at tho club. Down town nt I crnU Ul're cuUled by their - of- ro,,1M, ln to borrow "l v,tci,:,': From thu Kist, lo?k rommnmlcr killed The cruiser Mnrla their homes and w herever seen, tluat on re, at tho same time attacking by therepubllcanv The authority absolutely I ristliia nil burned nml severnl smallfleers were free In giving vent to the " fc"m "Klborlng creek, emptying the coast defenses from our tleet, with- money was defended by ibein as Continued. necessary ltnkcr bn:v: W,"TC' Cl.xriKSATl, Mny 3. Tho news of our out delaying to ascertain the moveer ahipsof war were sunk The Span-lu- pleasure they felt nl the news and de- FriWashiniito.n, April ESCAPED CONVICT "c American snips were unuuie w. lor sailors' victory nl Manila ran like w I bi- ments of the Spanish fleet Conservan compelled elarlng the eontldene.) which they hn.t mlliiirnt. Montr jo, 1'raxkfort, Ky April 30. A jury In " day', session of the senate the report of the ll ro through tho city, upread to tho tive opinion Is that this would be a eonferccson the naval appioprlatlon bill was the state fiscal court Friday afternoon to tranfor IiIh line from the Crisllna to entertained throughout that tho Auier- - low them. Hut not one surrendered. I.O.MHIN, May a. The Madrid corre suburbs and then to tho various vil hasty action and the probability Is nresented and agreed lo. The measure oi assessed a lino of 82,500 against tho Foaad ln MU.oarl Acting a. a Tailor of a tlio Isln de Cuba. The Spanish licet lean shins, thelrotlleersaud men would and Brought to taub- man link practically annihilated nud .Mnnllit demonstrate their superiority over tho spondent of tho Standard says: "Con- lages n the county. that our plau, so far as the Invasion ot perfected carries a mile more mniui ,lai.vuu.um Louisville nnd Jcffersonvllle lerry Co. Chareb Arre.ted gcncim vllle, Ky, disappointment lis The news Hashed over tho wire and Cupa is concerned, will notbc CliangeU, Iso oiner ousinrs. oi sraatlnu TMTml.ston to the for faUintr to report to the nudltor It In believed lioru Spanish licet in Philippine waters. siderable surprise nud tho destruction ,PAn.arL,i. Atilll any statement has been caused by . of wns taken up by tho people, sounded .but Vliut tlmforco of 5,ooo mta. rAP- - V .sw-i .mim."!- - rr!V v""tt'if.!n?M?i llml.tlia 'Rlitiim of thcrelty a.luatUsr, Thj nliynce u: t w w.!! w. 1nmr"nii)"s"irs.sit.rs-,5la,rf""- " tlOf S3.a'ttw..w ot'speclllc tifluryto ltic"VMnerlcau-vc-sels- , 6f bul'a fSn'Jinur; amauga national pam hum u,ru vs. Tlio indictments ornlnst tho Coving nutliorl-tlestVeathcrortf. an eacape'f convict,"'"' or n. Wen otllclally stntt-- that tlu nml shrieked through tlio country by tt'lilent point In Cuba within two In the Mndrld ndrlces, wn conon motion ol Mr Allison, me enaie ton m. s and Cincinnati and Newport ana brought to this city Tuesday trom St. Mnnllu hnd received tii torpedoes the whistling of tho factories, lliul-nes- s three day to establish a base of strued ns eonvlnelng Indication that went Into executive session and at I ti p. m. Cincinnati llridgo Co.'s and othor cor- Louis by Detective Tom Mahcr. M'eoth-crforand put themselves in communi-c.itlo- n adjourned until Monday. men paused on the street corner they hnd not suffered nppreclnblc In- nnd licavy guns to strengthen tho was sent to the Frankfort peniporations, numbering over ono hun Cubans ns was before coast defenses, particularly the de- to discuss tho full significance of thu with the Hot'SE-Tb- ei bill to provide additional tatcs jury, and this wbs especially plealug t v ictory. contemplated, lly that time it will nnd loans to carry on the war went through dred in all, were continued until the tentiary from Livingston county for to the naval students of tho news. Xot fenses commanding tho two channcl-very by 1PI IntcrcBtetl and enthusiastic specta- probably le known definitely ivhcre the house Fridaymany to IN. amendncarli a next term of tho court which will do grand larceny in ISifl, nnd escaped lu only wns the preservation .of the on tho right and left of t'orrcgidor Isefforts It Mr. has tors lluonged around tho newspaper the Spanish fleet Is. If it is ut or on party vote, afterIdea how long tothe senate will heldlu September. The case of tho November of the same year. Hetime Atnerlcun shljs and men conslifert-- In land. Dlngley has no Some "It Is noticenblo among ull classes, offices. Iluslncss, pleasure, work wcro IU way to l'orto Illco, a strong fleet bein dealing with It. The proceedings were Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co. is' in been at large ever since. he was livitself a happy outcome, but it was ago detectives learned that commented tiH)ti as indicating clearly capcclnlly among politicians that thero all forgotten; ledgers nnd account composed of tho Hying squadron and Interesting nil day. .Fortunately there were the hands of the jury. ing in Crocker, Mo., and was preachIntervention by that Adm. Dewcv and hts associate of is u strong hope of an especially tier- - books were replaced by papers which M'meof Adm. Sampson's squadron will no unpleasant, sensational icencsMrand no llradley". Foot Down. tiov. Lewis A motion by ing in a church there, and was highly told of tho bravery of our sailors and be sent against It to do battle without unseemly quarrels. ficers and the men under their com continental tHjwer. Ky., April 30. Louis- respected. A message was sent to tho rnsMiroiiT, (dem.Wosh.) lo make the bonds redeemsblc oflicers. In the homes thu children aay fear as to what the result will be. specifically In gold or silver coin at Iho option ville is riding a high horse over tho mand hud discharged splendidly their many nml Itussln." of all his I. lulu additional news has arrived cargerly listened to tho story nnd went ot the government was defeated- - lml to 134. change of place of mobilization from place, and to the surprlso M'veinl iiutlts In directing nml exeneighbors Weathcrford was arrested. by Mr. Shafroth, 10 make the Another, the cardinal fact is off lo school to lenrn more. A delegation cuting the light. In this connection from Mnnlla. but Dcvvcy In gold and that placo to Lexington. bonds redeemable He was considered a model minister. is now in posIn tho play grounds tho children It wns pointed out as little less than that Commodore Is silver, met a similar fate. Sev- headed by Maj. Amerlcus Whedon Weathcrford will be sent to tho sano called on tho governor and made a kick. the marvelous that the American squadron session of Manila bay and can certain- ginuped together and tulkcd in their propositions of eral other penitentiary Tuesday. Ono tenor were voted down The vote was then The Louisville people claim tho change Frankfort d w Ithout severe Injury. Wcauso, ly take possession of Corregidor island enthusiastic way of tlie victory uad cscapt of his sons Is said to be a member of taken upon the Mc.Mlllln Income tax substltuto notwithstanding the dlspnntj In the even If he finds dllllculty In effectually spent their pennies for Hags. The H. Cnstlctnan, and it was defeated IJ1 to 113. Mr ltland is a slap at Col. John tho song greeting the flag rang out with the Missouri state legislature. nnvnl forces, the panlsll licet, asslsttnl capturing Manila itself owing to (dem.. Mo.) offered as a substitute n provision Louisvlllo'3 candidate for brigadier ardor. batteries, should havo absence of n necessary landing force. ' to Issue, I1M.U0ii.NIi) treaiury notes. It ua lost general. Tho governor has given out t i "ff '.'"iwr- - f tf1 t ii by the shore ho 'Irfj',.r; v.," r GOV. BRADLEY -1- 08 to U7. Mr. Lanham (dem. Tex) moved a salty interview, resenting the intibeen able to inlllct severe dnmago to Having thus secured a naval base,sup . ft- t 'I! HI I 17 to strike out tho bond section and It was lost lielng destroyed. will have no difficulty In securing A PROCLAMATION lis foe before Jtself mation that politics had anything to 103 to III. Why the Kentucky Troop Were Its failure to do so was evplicablo only plies of coal. do with locating the camp at Lexing- Explain. tVASHlNOTO.v.May At the openAs tho Times remarked Monday: Will lie Issued by President McKlnley FixNot Mobilized Awaiting Order. From ujhiii tho hypothesis of perfect and ing of the senate's session the chaplain offered ton and announces that no further the Capital. ing the Slums of Spanl.li Subject. In tha swift work by the Americans. An "This Is a mere question of money and devout thanks for the glorious victory won by change will be made. COMMHliOUt: l,IOIKIK llKWI'Y, Mr Turplo Coinmodoro Dewey's iquadron opinion freely expressed Sunday night organization, Tho lielllgerMit who Is United Males. Til" Men Drowned. (Ind ),chslrman of thedemocratlo caucus preThe Hero of tho Tirst Sea l'lgbt of the bj naval olllcers Is that tho very de- strong In certain waters will generally FitAMFOi!T, Ky., May 3. Gov. llrad-leI'Aiii'CAH, Ky., May 2. Whllo skiff sented an order appointing Mr. Chilton (dem War With Spain. rave out a statement Monday cisive victory of Adm. Dewey's licet be able to obtain eoal. To declare Wamiimitov. May 3. Tito president Tex.) to fill the vacancy on the finance commitriding Sunday forenoon, Ll Leopold, night to the .press requesting publica will menu prouably on early cud to coal contraband is no obstacle to pri- has in course of preparation n proclatee caused by the death of Senator Walthall ogcil 31. and Will llaynham, aged 30, l.lMioN, May J. Itellnblo news Is reThe order was adopted A conference on tho the war, without further naval battles vate enterprise If tho risks of lranspo-- t mation w hlch w ill bo Issued w Ithtn tho tion In substance os lonows: were drowned just In front of the ceived hero that the Spanish licet was of ImporlniKix The American licet, Ills uro moderate nnd tho pecuniary in- ncxtdiij or two fixing tho stntus of sundry clvtl bill was agreed to and Messrs A"I nin overwhelmed with letters llison. Quay and Gorman were named as tho wharf at this placo and In sight of 50 ln thu Miggcahd, Is now supreme In the wnt-er- s ducement sufficient" lj completely defeated oil Cavlte nil parts of the state complaining Spanish subjects in this country. THOMAS a rLu.TT. , senate conferees. The final eonftrence report people. Louis Douglass who was with from morntwo naval engagements Sunday Wasiiinotos-- May .1 Nnvnl ofhclnls of tho delay In mobilizing tho state of Spain's Paclllo possession and Inspeaking, the proclamation will on the navnl appropriation bill was agreed to them escaped. (t'nlted States Senator from New York.) The men pulled In be- troops. I desire it understood that ing. dications were strongly towards the nre inclined to discredit the statement make It known that suen sunjects nro A bill to amend the net lo permit tho use of h I.oikn, May. 2. Tho Kxchnngo right of way through public lands to tram- hind a landing boat and were caught this Is not through any fault of tho slipping of the Philippines from her In dispatches from Madrid Monday under suspicion nnd It is believed will TOWN OF CAVITE Sevby tho wheel as tho boat suddenly state authorities, ns wo have b;en ways, canals and reseriolrs waspassed Co. Sunday afternoon sent out control. It was said that only by night that Adm Djwey employed pe- tiniioiiiifi that stringent measures will saved himself by war measures were passed by the senate it dispatch saying It Is stated that Comseveral days 011 orders quickly vleldlng to our demands In troleum bombs In a reduction of tho be tiiUtu Hi prevent their hindering u. Ids llren lUrril, nnd the UiifnrtlBrd lor-- 1 eral notwithstanding ihelr Importance not backed. Douglass nnd, Leopold's body waiting for tlie wheel. modore IWoy lias defeated tho Span- lulhi could this .toss possibly Ik) avert- city of Manila ln fact no dcllnite inMiocossful conduct of a vv ar from Washington, which so far have slightest debite. catching ono of them elicited the peedj and ion of Manila llurnvd to the llrnund recovered. ish Meet. It ndds that tho .Spaniards ed. Spain, It was argued, wns con formation could bo obtained that tho against the kingdom of Spain. Probably the most Important measure passed was not been received." retrolruiii Itouibs. by thoccnato was the emergency wardcflclenry lost U.O(K) men and that Commodoio fronted with n situation which prom- American squadron wns supplied with The governor would not venturo a New Kentucky l'o.tmastrrs. The lnsaslou of Cuba. carrying f.H,73)r Not more than ten bill, , Dewey lost two ships nnd .MX) men. instruments of destruction. ised naught save disaster in case she such omiox, May 3 An official news minutes were consumed In pairing 11 l hat beWasiii.xoto.x-- April 20. The follow-In- g prediction as to when mobilization Nr.w Yoiik, May 3. A special to tho A disM uiiiik (via Paris), Mny ns quite likefourth-clas- s elected in force more lighting. The It Is regarded postmasters for Ken- would begin, saying thut this matter Flu., says: A rua' ncy dispatch from Madrid Monday ing oriuplcd In reading tho measure. fedreceived by the Spnn-is- supi rlorlty of a superior licet has been ly ot a, World from Tampa, hero to the effect a'urnoon says: patch has In the event that Housk Tho passage of tho emerrency war tucky were commissioned Thursday: was altogether In the hands of the mor is In circulation ,. minister of marine saying that tho demonstraUd In tho Pacilic, and the t bombardment of tho city, tho bursting appropriation bill was the feature of Monday s Ifooneville, Owsley county. J. K. eral authorities. HMior "sagusta has gone to the pal-a3,000 troops and as ninny Cubans by American tleet wns obliged to retreat same. It Is contended, would le lucvlt of shells would start serious tires nnd that Cuban It Is understood that tho object actionwith the house The naval appropriation Dorton, l'iko county, Harvey the Junta can gather hero Contest for Ilrlgadler General. after a terrible engagement nt Manila. able in the Atlantic in enso tho clash perhaps result In a conflagration; but .is111 leave Tuesduy night for Matanzas th to communicate to the queen tegeiit bill the pa) tho senate amendment providing Smallwood; Ebcnezer, Mercer county, ment of officers of thenaiy for the for Lexi.noto.sj, Ky., May 2. AdjtGcn. Uh utcli sujs the Spanish losses comes, tho The 1'rotii whatever point of that Adm. Dewey used bombs with Invasion of Cuba. Tho tjispatciics announcing that the townn use of their Intentions by tho goiernment Walter S. Salle; Grant's llend, Kenton Clllier left for Frankfort Saturday first - lieuvy nnd that tho American view considered, tho policy of more express Idea of firing the elty is for thecorrespondent's informant fays of av te has been razed nnd the un-f- stricken out ras reported -from confer- county, Kllzabeth Hnckett; Orange World It turn- goes to the Store, l'iko county, James A. Justice; morning to make arrangements for ship wcro Mivcrcly damaged, tttlid part of Manila burned. The ence and pussed. lighting upon tho part of Spain, deemed utterly improbable unless ho that an iirmy officer told htm that ho picent-c- d (la.) tocy Mr president moving the state troops to I,cxlngtou I.omio.n, May '.!. A spe'einl dispatch promises nothing but more Spanish was pressed to extreme measures, Americans fired petroleum bombs. An from tho secretary Iho Knowlton, Powell county, Columbus report on conference the had seen an order Monday. The Second regiment will Nnvy ofllcers think lh)s which Is not thought to Ins likely. Tho af war ordering tho troops to move extraordinary cabinet council was general Alaskan bill extending tho homestead M. Venters; Prospect, Jefferson counfrom Madrid Monday morning says tlio misfortune. tho view must prevail with the Spanish liellcf Is ptevnlent In ofllclal circles arrive first, getting here Monday after- Spaniards fought splendidly, being their convoked for 7 o'clock Monday even- - law. to nnd granting railroad rights of way In ty, Garuett S. Dick. l'ucsduy night, Matanzas noon. A brisk fight for brigadier genthat territory. The bill to Inrreaso the num. sailors refusing to leave tho burning government nnd IkiIIovo any end of Iho thnt If a tiro occurred the Spaniards, abjective point Transports are ox- -, IjifT" Struck uu tier ot surgeons tn ihe army was passed. A cral. js ,,0ng on between Gen. Collier, iiml sinking ship. Tho cnptnln of tho vvur, upon thu bnsis of Cuban Inde- confronted by thu Inevitable, full of the pected Tuesday. To llulld bhlp. for ltua.la. SO.-- Gas providing for the resolution from the senate LAWllKSCtBL'li no, Ky., April p v Johnson and Gen. John II. Keinn thrlstlna went down with tho pendence Is to follow soon and that too cltv. themselves applied tho torch, I'lllLAUKl.riilA, Pa., May 3. The adjustment and settlement of claims and In paying quantities has been struck M .Mrv essel. without further notable opportunity thereby carrying into effect tlio threat Irishmen Congratulate l'retldent Cramp Ship lluildtng Co. Monday re- counter claims between tho United States nnd hero at the depth ot 200 feet by W. T. Castleman, tho former being a federal Klnlry. and tho two latter confederates In tho state o( Tcnnesst was passed sir. I.oud I.omio.n. Mny 2. While it Is ipiUc for tho American navy to prove its which they hnvu inndo concerning both 3. The 1'arnelllto ceived advices from Mr. Charles 11. the Lomhiv. up a resolution providing for llond. Tho flame from the well Illumlate war. Manila and Havana, thnt the cities members of May clear that tho Spanish squadron has power and distinguish Itself. Cramp, Its president, now In Kurope, (Cal) called of a congressional commission to parliament have sent tho the creation inated that neighborhood, running from should never full Into tho hands of the Judge McComas, senntor-eleo- t Shut lruniAliibu.il. MilTcrcd tt crushing defeat ul Manila, exhaustive following dipatch to President McKln- to the effect that contracts havo been make anIce und reportexamination Into tho possometimes 20 feet high, and roaring In2. Whllo retho dispatcher) leavo unclear tho Maryland, after expressing his joy Americans except as heaps of smolder- ley: lo congress. In support sen I'AIiucaii, between "ln tho names of millions of signedand himself tho Kussinn govern- taltho resolution Messrs, Loud and Fleming could bo heard at a distance of a quar- turning fromKy., May Mr. and Mrs. tensely iiiterchting'nuestlon whether over tho result of the conlllct struck a ing ruins. church for ment construction of Irishmen tho 1'arnelllto members of of two vessels. Ono Is thobattle ship of, (da ) said frequent statements had been made ter of n mile. A company was organtho American wunilron has suffered key note of tho evpected result of the a I.oMiox, May 3, Commodore Dowey, the house of commous send you their suggesting a tho capital Johnson White, colored, wero shot the cnnuounilliig nt Manila Sunday, when according to 11 reported dispatch from coiigiutulatlous on tho brilliant vic- approximately, 12,500 tons displace- In congress nnd up Inpress m nice and the bush ized Friday morning, and material damage. Held from ambush and both mortally the that had grown stock, 52,000, was Immediately taken wounded. All news thus far conies from Span- he said that It was likely to havo n Madrid, gave Capt Hen. Agustl 21 was apparently one Inviting Investigation. tory of tlie American tleet (Signed) ment. Tho other Is a protected cruiser The resolution was passed. by two of our citizens. ish sources, but It seems evident thnt tremendous effect, not only In Spain, hours.to comply with un ultimatum of about 0,500 tons displacement Ordered to Lexington. Commodore Dowcy has not captured but throughout Knropo, Do expressed which demanded all warlike stores John llcdmond." Wrecked lluth F.nglnr.. UiCHMOM), Ky., April 30. Lieut. S. Oewej Ueinand. Surrender of (Spanish A North Carolnlan Will Fight the 8paul.li Unless hu Is ablo to make an- tho belief that it would turn the tido and tho entire stock of coal In charge Manila. 8. Cut. What camo P. Vestal, Seventh Infantry, U, S. A., 11m Cable IU. Hern Sta.xto.v, Ky., May Lleulenaut. Vet.eU. other nttiiek nnd enpturo the town ho of Huropeii scntliuunt toward the of tho government officials. The ultiI.o.mo.n. May 3. A dispatch from near being a serious collision was very military Instructor nt Central univerUAlKluii, N. a, April 30 The chalMaiuiip, May S.VA Liberal says be in an nukwiinl position, having United States. Mall dated will Fast mall No. matum asserted that no money levy Hong Kong to the Dally Commodore Dewey, of tho United lenge to lien. Lcc and Capt. Slgsbee by narrowly averted here. railroad, from sity, this city, received orders Friday Thu Idea advanced by Judge Mc- would bo umdu upon Manila. no base upon which to retire nnd relit. Monday says: "Commodore Denei from the war department to proceed to Lieut Currauza, of the Spanish navy, 20, on the L. und N. freight States squudron in tho Philippines, Probably, therefore, tho United Comas wns expressed by others Suntrain Lexington nnd take charge of tho Tho dlspnleh snys It is believed in fleet Is off Corregidor Islund hotly enhas aroused a North Carolinian. W. Ktioxv'lle, ran mto a Mpindrdll will bo obliged to day night. It Is regarded by somo ns Madrid thnt thu government has al- gaged ii 1th the forts there. Electrical has den nuded the surrender of all N. Italian!, of Ashevllle. formerly on which was preparing to make n siding, quartermaster department during tho States likely that tho decisive victory gained ready cabled CnntUen, Agustl au- experiments show that the cable has Spanish vessels Ip tho Archipelago, the police force here, has vvrittcu den. demolishing both engines and several rendezvous of Kcutueky troops. make for Snn rrnnclsco ns tlio threatening to bombard tho ports if to Mnnllu bay wns heavily by Adm. Dewey's snundroii may open thority to comply with thu dcmnml, 110 been cut tit or near Manilla. Leo requesting, lu ense tho general freight cars. Tho mall was running tho demand Is refused. the eves of Spain to the seriousness of other courso being open. Marchuiont's Uood Work. mined vs till torpedoes. Manlln. deslro to meet tho Spanish ahead of schedule time several minutes. Herman VAiir Milp. tlolne to displayed great thu conlllct upon which sho has enWejUr Wants tu Invade tlm Culled Mute does not tho field of honor, that ho be Louisvillk, Ky., April 30. MarchCommodore Dowey on l'Aiits, Mny 3. It Is reported hero I.0.M10.V, May a. Thu Herman "nr New Kentucky Vo.tma.terfc filly, a London--, Mny 3. A speclul from Mad- officer making for tho tered, In ofliclul circles It Is regarded pluck and daring In place. an Ahum lean war ship cut tho ship liellon has left KlnoChou for MaWashington, April 30. Tho presi- uiont's, Shlpp's tho Wenonah stakes, ready allowed to tako tho generals ns almost certain that trouble of a that Inner harbor. following nom- candidate for en route rid says: Weylcrdcclateshlmself Manila cable nud took nn cud on nila. This, with Irene now dent Friday inade the OUd. tune's Condition. to return to Cuba and undertake the a half mile at Churchill Downs Wahiiimiton, May 2. Washington most critical kind will confront board for tho purposu of communicaMr. Oladstouo inations for Kentucky postmasters: worked with bO pounds up In 0:18., nud hoiii Nagasaki, will make three ler-mi- leadership of un aggressive warfare IlAWAitUKS, April 30 Iho Sngasta govurnment w itliiu Spain's rojolccd Sunday night. Win. Friday tion. war bhlps In the Philippines. Kgnlnst tho United States and head tho did not sleep very well during Friday, James N. Wilson nt Falmouth; five furlongs In 1:03. Not since tho dark days of thu great own borders. It is pointed out that 11. Harrison at Flemlngsburg. Last olllclal btallstlcs show about 100 army of Invasion. hoMio.x', Mny 3. it wns currently ami suffered pain occasionally. of 'u third of u century tho Spanish people havo been led to reported In this city Monday night Hermans In Manila. Indicted for Munl.r. civil conlllct Yanceburg. , I'atrlotltmat A Female llugler. A (.'nil for Transport.. Lhxinoto.x-- Ky., April 20. Tho Fay-ett- e ago havo tlio people of this city been believe that their navy was Invincible, that a dispatch had been roci Ivcil fioin Ky., May 2. Capt A. Sh era rill". Mrs. Marguerite Vanckiiuko. ClllCAfJO, April 19 that filliiislani at M01111.K, Ala., May 3. A call for county grund jury brought In an no profoundly moved by war news as mid tho bitter disappointment consul In Muill,i a niiounc-lu- g completed his company Cal May 3. The news transports will Svoiiaui.mo, will ensue over tho result of the llrst the llrltlslt Win. J. MoNamuru, has been received here. Itymoud, of Chicago, been goto warns W. llrewerIshas they wcro Sunday evening. victor, at Tho tho capUulutloii o Mnnllu, assigned to here, und waiting for orders tomovu indictment against McNamara shot and of Commodore Dowey's bugler. She has ungugumeiit of tho war is likely to wur dosartmcut has wired Muj The llrst battle of the llispnno-Amcr-lea- n G. A. It post charging murder. Nebras-karegiment, Manila caused great ciithusiiisinliere. Pond to about six weeks at once, If possible, two company 11, Second nnd ordered to re- them to Lexington. The war has been fought and victory precipitate internal dlsseutlons, If not John Fralse fur Commodore lleiity. Cheers were given uy tho croivdsiu lighters sccui.s boat capable of currypresented the company with a magnif- killed Ho was Kellar and acquitted by national guard, unrevolution. unit one Hc-- with Adm. Dowey's squadron tried no trouble ugo. Lo.mki.n, May 3. Tho Daily Mull, In they lead the news on the bulletin ing COO Another result of Adm. Dowey's It is be- port for duty nt Omaha. Sho node ap- icent silk flug. It would bo men with baggage. der tlie stnr and stripes. Tuesday morning on thu boat ds. I'uti iotle services were held in lieved that tlio Intention is to make a plication for the position and was ac- to ralws 600 voluuteers In Lewis coun- Judge Grayes on a plea'of notion Secretary Alger declared that it wan victory It Is thought mny bo Huropo on nn editorial ,A May Join tloiue.'a Army. vvn- - atty. In tho late war sho sent out more to tho engagement ut .Mnnllu, says: "It the churches, ono of which landing somewhere along thu Cuban cepted. n "gloilous vloton.' but, In common tho part of the powers of April 20. Many FitAHKroiiT, Ky soldiers than sho had legal voters. was In Nelson's words 'not victory, tended by tho local Infantry companies Induce Spain to abandon what Is Tlm Spanish squadron. const outside of any fortified port with other olllclalh of thu administraKoutucklans who were disappointed in uniform. llurned. as n hopeless contest for her. but annihilation' and It proved CoincomOlde.t Sawmill St. Vinck.nt, Capo Vcrdo Islands, tion, declined to make extended tspy Itrportrd shot. get commissions In thu by falling Spanlshnquad-ro- u Iteprescntatlons may lie inndo to Spain modoro Dewey n worthy disciple of tho fsiii.il Appropriation Hill Ones to the "' Valley Vikw, Ky., May 2. Tho state guardtotalk of making their way ment upon It Tami'A, Flu., May 3. A rumorcomes April 20. Although the rclln-guisIt Is charaetirlstlu heroic Fnrrngut Kentucky river Is bewould liotter sho Unit Idrnt, ldcst sawmill on tho Is still nt anchor here, It Navy and army circles, niter maniIn from Port Tampa that a Spaniard to Cuba and joining tho Insurgent Cuba of tho American race to U generous upon hold her WAHiilxnroN, May 3 Tho house has lieved tho war ships will probably sail ind tho property of O. T. Sopor, was a festing throughout tho day tho greatEstW arinv. especially If there Is not an early to the iveuk, and ns the president Is ngiccd to tho conference, report on tlm was caught trying to poisonand cistern Friday, as tho paymasters weiv nil her losing to tturned, together with lumber. est eagerness for news from tlm Philip-- ) than Indian risk j second calj (pr volunteers. possesions and tho Phil iivcrso lo useless tiioousticit, lie win naval appropriation bjlt tl)d U K'oc at a camp near Port Tampa West nated joss, 110,000. up accounts Thursday, mid shot, in (., iceelvcil with intunsu Joy tho ippines , doubtless, meet Sj win, w hose honor U lV well. It is believed to be the wU'lfWi'llti telling of tlio victory of Adm. i, .v ees U10 roprciciUaUuiis now euvt'tl, in n goncioun jirlti," PiiucvS il 't. TNI?1 sitllj.iioUon 1int I l unlikely Unit Nut in Awrrlrwn Wssel Vv as DWalilrd, and tlm Citu.tllrs Were Small 1 1m Ppan lards' las. Hiss foii.tdrrrtlttl Dewrjr III rlmtlilll fit til. 1'lllllppllm lil.lid.- -f ull Drlall. of III. Hull of Manlln. -unrt-MTvihe I Spanish tiiadrtm. Vsted. A cry strong belief prcvulUUhnt the I'hlllpplue'a victory Is thu of tho end, and that prompt uiiton at tills time will speedily bring Aba in to terms. The disturbed condition of affairs in morning Monday Madrid rcAirlcd shows the Icspcratc straltn to which the Spanisls government has been driven nnd itMs conceived to be possible that Spiln will not bo in a condition to proccute the war much f urtlier. C vil strife at homo vv ill maku It very dl.brult for her to maintain herself, eveii for n short time, cither on tho seas Xr In Cuba. The opinion Is entertained that If the Cape Vcrdo licet is uot ultvady directly on Its way to Porto III co, lit will never go there or anywhere on this side of the Atlantic. however, fact, The that the com n riders of our Atlantic squadrons to correct whatever defects may exist in thtnew system of naval action anil giro tVin confidence In the good qualo ities owho modern war shlj) not here-tofor- Iw. who Is a repoblloan, by a party rote. Speeches for the contestant were made by Messrs. Crumpacker (rep., fnd.), nnd Oros- venor (rep,. O), J. Jones (drm., Va.), The senate followed Or tho contesteo. amendments to tho naval appropriation bill In and 11 confereme rewero Ilou-tellf- t, quested. The speaker appointed Mcs-r- s. A Jlllborn and Cummlngs conferics. Ke and bill was passed granting to Iho Same Canyon Itallroad Co. a right of way Grand through the 0 rand Canyon forest rctrrvc. At fi.vj the house odjourned. sen. WAslllNuron, April ate was In session nbout an hour and a half Wcdncsdir, during which time no Important business was transacted. Ilocsr The cenrral debate upon the mens- uro framed by the ways and means committee to meet the extraordinary expenditure for the wilt continue through wnr with Spain, Thursday, and on Krlilayat 4 n'cloik the ote will bo taken. There was a signal absence of that partisan rancor which has always heretofore characterized debates on revenue measures. Hoth sides, speaking through their respcctlie lenders, Messrs. IHngley and Ualley, concurred In this necessity which existed for Immediately raising of hundreds or millions to prosecute the war but tho opposing doctrines which they held Unshed at the first onset over tho methods by which the revenue should be raised. Tho section providing tor fsVU.OUU IM) ol bonds became the target of the democratic and nnd Mr. Ualley In popullstle opposition an hour's speech nrgued for an Income tax ono.OUO a jcar, the coinwhich would raise lino age of tho .liver wlgnorage and the Issue ol ts8,iU),lJ ol legal tender as un alternative Tl,Tfi ""Tryi"! VKrnmmmmmmimmimm 1 jiAMiounsvif.t.r.,h.y April BO- .-U the Kowuso Oiikes. Ky., May 2.- -A nriws which reached hero Wednesday gtorv shot,nir tho honcstv of Dr. A. D. night is true, six more men were kill- - j James at prcsent UnUed st tc8 nmr. ed In Clay county. There Wednesday, fthal for Kcntuck haj como ,lt It Is claimed, t.eorgo Hovvard, son of hcro In the last day or twa lo Forty llab Howard, and two of the 1'hllpoU, ycBrs BRO U)u Aoclor WBS ln buslncM svero killed three miles below Man- - al Cromwell, on Orccn river. At c leaver oy wsor uoys, sua v Ume Canf. .arn0 tteducsday, tho Maker lipys, sons ol ..- i- ot thu ctt cantalnlno. the Anse linker, met three FhUpota ln the l,timboat plying from Uowling Ureen . . . nnrt mlla liAlmu trsvuva mnA main "" ,"" "" """ttOKvanavllle, Ind. One tlayUr. Jaiuea . . . .i r.. MlPVvncni qowo. i n parvicuiara m i u .11 10 !. Hi -VuiJu.i Thct.jrU.at broi ht viHiii 1ST 1 .t, . .. vrl .. Vn.. S . rt.". L iTl 1 ln""' "'gc.l. '""" ll 'to l""""''. i. crnor to send o company of state mllUls'Tu,,,,, nmi fin to stop the trouble and sottla the light, I thing over S100 to pay. A tew yerrs county un: as tne omccrs 01 thls.IaniM tookthe bankruot low the Howard sldo and will not arrest d ,vas reIcawtl rom a ie!,ai bllga-on- y of the parties connected with tho I tJon a$ to t),s dcbt nn1 maay other. matter. Tho county is In a worse fix I Cant Secley wns then a rich man, but than it has been for years, as nearly since then has lost a considerable por nil the citizens are divided upon either tion of his propert3'. A day or two the linker or Howard bide. Judge ago ho received a letter from Dr. James Wright formally declares that he will inclosing a part of the old debt, and settle the matter If it takes a regi- told him that tho balance would 00 ment of soldiers to do it coming Roon. The letter from Dr. James to Capt Sceley said furtherTHE Y. M. C. A. more that this was tho last of tho debts ho owed previous to his taking tho Will Look After the Moral Welfare of the bankrupt law. Kentucky Soldier. While flghtlnc for Their Country. DERBY RACE. . Ivy., May 2. Those of Over One llondred Hone From MetnphU Lkxi.oto.v, the Kentucky volunteers who arc hopeIlearhed the Track at Ixial.Vllle on Monlessly lost to tho world's wickedness day, Making Nearly Seven llondred will bo afforded an opportunity to find llor.es There. the guiding light to the straight and narrow path of religion. Louisville, Ky., May 3. A special The Young Men's Christian associa- train bringing over one hundred horses In Win- from Memphis reached the track Montion, at tha district conference chester Sunday afternoon decided that day, among them being Lieber Karl, the V. M. C. A. shall place with each who will rule an equal favorite with regiment a tint suppli ed vv 1th games Plaudit for the derby. While there nnd religious literature; that a secrc-tar- e will be five or six starters, the race who will volunteer his services promises to be a duel between these shall accompany the regiment, caring two high class colts, and It will for tho tent and Its contents, ana probably bo the biggest betting A working hand In hand with tho chap- race in tho history of the derby. lain. Tho expense of all this Is to bo big delegation is already hero from defrayed by tho V. M. C. A., the volun- Tennessee to back the Schorr colt, teer secretary to be paid the sarao as a while all of the Kentucky money will private. 813 per month, and to sleep go on Plaudit There arc nlrcady 700 and mess as a private. horses here vvitli several hundred yet Willie Sims nrrived hero to come. Monday and will have tho mount on HEAVY FINE ASSESSED. Plaudit Secretary Trice announces Corporation Mu.t Fay Damages to Kenthat the club will open tho betting tucky Over One Jlundreil Other Ca.e. ring to all reputable bookmakers. ".,,. pnnlc-strlckci- i, ,t 1 1 a.2aySnl .,wflM5tj nt sup-pile- d In wk one-ha- lf onc-fcs- .'I " Wr W v t!cn-cral- Tel-grap- U-c- u i 1 h Horn-mon- s; 1 1 ni 111 11 n 11 li bet-tllo- g court-marllule- d a-- i ,..4MPi' If ffl ' ' .mlt . r.K-i.- r'tr' ymft'smammmzmm - 1T'lMiWia m Jii t.JlMkTMilu.i .U ' w-- -. r.tiawikiiiA Mt 'zm3l - rmlJtiijmA"rHmJBJim'fiLAtS.j 9yt ' 1Vvfli,'VaV i . a i il.'AW 3rytsJlrl)lTlL u w. 1 i I lii.' a, tLZ rn-- n I i nTnup naw.xn m ariw ;HHHiBBHinIBlMtl4riiFk4iLliJwiS15.U(.VUtin m8Mtyffro m r liilTW BafSP MS ISJBMaaWtataiSWSWse'rTTZ. .' .ii - . aaaBBtaflSPtwSWL a Weft ii &$, li. 7P3to rr . ti vwiwmciitwW"1"' THBRWKAN COURIER r.Tlv.e"'', mn"'fw'J" .Tvw.mee AWARE, RBAHCIAL THB WAR SITUATION. KENTUCKY w.' . IS STATEMENT. or ! , rr i i l.ilmfr 1m I'lerta. A 5f 1'nfVcr, Phil nine, Hrwn t'lorre. H" liar, flll T 8'Jrwirj, J'ltH IVriinourr I i r riiiiillwood. Oilier Smullwooil, W lli.rd, in Mmifgrd, Ji.lin H(ir, it ioy I) W Tliewn., 0 ) Thni g4HHniHimHiHiWnmtif.K -- ? 'IIIOKMVH, KY., Vm'o Sum 18ft. llie rsr iJJaJl"T"' 4 ( i t; lVwnl G6m MIFIklb KX.MI, t W J K 1)imcj at Manila, 1'lnlip iiidoie MWvn, !; Th fh Tin I. r,tr(IAt 1 lit ' ink WmolMHBi J oliI,it Arniilfons, Jim t hamplon, ii inee lltinl, j pine IsUihIh, full reports ot whieh II I. ClenJ.Thv Wm Orercli. Oil id IN IT. Many nf Urn Icmlliijr papers in EVERYBODY INTERESTED XI ft ! Knlev. It K liile, Teny fllXiier- 4rll4MMl Iwl Srt IW9.... w ' 1MK forte are published in this week's TUlAl 1 W i'lnoh oxer Ihe Auiotl-ca. llurd U (I llurd, L I) ., their exultation r S.rti mM hrlil li tfOHfct l I eildeneo tho licglnuinc of ' 0 Ulird, Will JnllH, Ja JonfM, I! ml lit al.(.filln rhK kIIwitm h vlctor.v at .Munila me froo In ilieond of our war with Spain. ..... of anri, Mile K'Hy. J A Kllej, li, t Jew-- li the Dewey's vh'tory was the almost Industrial Development Is Ono Thing "tl.lm. in Vitl ,HvjKi im, tlio expression of opinion that ' - Mut M L Klee, Ji l.niUr, Jim Lew ..... .. if,, .!.... . -- ........, i.ilr ,i, .11 v iiijnl ol Desired, , - lUUSIt-- , ) (.uffUH, oiim iMtnier, juiiii .ubv no, T tiirlttrpi.ri!un. .l'1 . beginning of llio end of the flar total destruction of the bininiMi It Tnrker. ."t Pit IllitUC'i lill'lltrt 1., 1,1. s Mills, It hi MrKluloy. ft.ii.ntrl CAtoiriirJaltitlrborUira is In eight. Tlioy think that it Hoot at that place. It was an ovMprer, niry ni.nify. corxTY utvv or 1313. tmiih, li dlnconrneo-inon- t will operate ni such (tot ) victory for the United REMAHKABLE BFIRIT OF PR0OMB8 i KCt II II IlUHlTUX um tieliniiir. ...... . li h li, t II To io Farmer, to the Spaniards that they States. At tills willing it is not Mfxinli'', JoVn llrowjrr Churlrs ..... ..m. ui I r.-1iMl, offnrv t roi I Imut n low ptlrpa, INIttvwl kl (HIIIMllk.. It llrnuiWr, Sim iiifcn llriiiiain, will conuiiouco to cue for ponce, positively known that Manila has lilt ca.v tarnin. uim,I mArWuli f nr r, It Uowdrn, Wtt Jlt, Mfk Ur- all ho rjtsoa.aoil nover-- f allium crui'a. Tout powers, nnd that the lSnropenn Will Mrown, Cha Himr, Wilt Cult ovary indication it Not for tlio ltiiirJU ot CI"". bt TiMKbut IiniMmi la mmWwiWt' surrendered, hat I,or c'lnii man, .bp Ctllciit, John ii seolng tho hopelessness of further tnnkcs'it reasonably sure. Tho fur Ihr M.ie Miuif Important Sub- wl IM. .Mm tt-- w MrMlrt 9f Ufc To tiitj Laborer: Rcerid te, Allurl lorlJe m .'.. niitr tcotl turn Flettrri, Jnok UunN Moat aooontryiiberrtirort ta pj't K't f jects Will Ho W.cMtted b Tli effort upon the part of Simin, will woist fenturo for Spain is tho in ij ir llrctn, fnllowim: is . Hat ot ohhnx Tillir. Tho tin! vliororf'xnl T,"'"arla1d. I'ouipMent to Ha.iitlo Tlicm Vtonuv iil hv th Fulton County Kijjtll Com " ndvlso the Queen Jtogont to sur- tenia! disorder at home. At Mnd Hultrr Oll'n. John Oiiniiiiir. Jim llaleTi JonV Hum mut UMalopuimt Are lo II Con. ut April taini, 1SS, vIk: (Jnbn, mid end the war nnd ,ii, Not Will Johnson. llaltibtirion. J To rio ATcrc.:.r:: render Alex John rid, and in different Provinces, I ha' "nvrell, ITjl r. l rooil o:wnlCK. wtiro honeal,liKlll J further disaster to tho Spams!) mnhs nnd insurrections exist, and flileri-i- l In tho Ktcliuluu 0r Les l'rollt. W W HiiiKJ'iV i I S tnlwliliOiiiSL Pirlc i ill Jciiklm, lwm .tottoN, 1(41, It lnuto liatDiv tun tocarriclomtUi T Uil!n. JJ Urttll!!, tils things. Ljnti, A MmIi. Jubn Mil X proOl. IMVff lohn !' army and Spanish possessions. will requiro all of Spain's strength t rr.W rlMrk frl.lk,f. Misllofk, John JIPon;lo, .f it"na n!fi5ii ii' ll Will t'lnl, Morris Hill Mtleii, Wo 1 To the Manufacturer: Gen. Duckucr, of Kentucky, on to suppress homo troubles. .Mar, l'.it f stnto commercial t II MillnM. J" Kentucky's flist Sf 1" Um., lift. jft 4i- I J.ittrl I7I..1 Jli( J'f! Nnnlicrofl, ll.iirr t'nol, Mrk old hero of two ware, docs not nn nn''r'le t sopii'jr nn ninlrrltila, ; ta be Ourr tial law has been jitooluimcd, and convention, 12, ts toheldn. In LouUville M in TitnBt"., Vtk or I nrtloi l mMruMfc . ' ' I'. niv. Mllinii I'ra'fcer Triiny Pero, M anlirc I li l't iiik fjir.ii''l mlllhi. be succesa. The li U hold ench an opinion. No thinks ithoprosont t tiling dj nasty appears May 11 and t ilwmlwiuoenuxitii hiiif In., .h'. IU 11 - JC . II lltllrj Juit (n Oba It'el, l.uui Smith, (looJvn 4- larj.innk br tbo clilwna ot Uio T . urn c3tr.l movement In tbnt dlructton has u ' J It Tt...O.,)HH' .1 lrli aSk tho Manila disaster will dispirit to be doomed. With such war kit ..., Wm mith W'mir siubblntil, rarioit loctUUvs. tbl .kill a CK li NlflinH. .. otuMEh to ssauio thoae .V. n. far .. .. Tu.l fjlrr, Usury Tylr, John Taylor. "Pin (ttlti fiH pni the Spaniards, lint that thej will fare nt home. Snalu can not do am. l'"!l"ll'J .? l...1li ll"'" "! .lul. "" .11 .1 I. dtrw'y tr.rguKli lli 5 bipok (coi. -tmt i)rtl.u of It.ioo J V U sUWRTs liocniS JK ,,Ary mM.irAt Jim iuV, M) C.ih.y, fluht. with more dea- lht u jf Aitr7TJJ?f iWiwi. continue the VrlUCll I "lC"tribl)0 Jllnftrl, ntALa.nnJ UlbaVllal V n.iutifjrltilnundrnf J; trfl,l " riinrnt.ii oontBPe.WHWhBl l m'1)inll?r. " tJ. trtrnfcflio Jfierthnat. tUo u y.'K- -r JJR1".,WH, m" Js.--y im kWIIfor.l, Jim LTnylor, Hib WiiikIoo. IUu H la thu t: .. . iatuiCB. ..7 Z .. . . atlifr. , i uufacturefi r tffrttraibTJrcleAler. Ii;rd. Jae H,rJ, A.fonlktu, till ti rootftU) ArVan. J " 2iono (tin leas Spanish officers nttne bank-Ij,- ,. fi w A Knrrjur, Jim liorRO, jim urltroy, the ftchraUr, j Ym.tf. nt n t Trxm. OouJ is li) uouuio uur oiiuiifni mm Cf-- keep np n hrave front, and declare or an J tho Jourunllut will niltho It k. Wmlo im Bob IKjiin, Dill Jutkinft, S:l Martin, aiarfM" o' i, im. "! nro nl tin unite in Jin. MlBn. .Urin.Irl.-tii.- Nu. SHI au linw cnterlLB KiH.,JuJjr forts. lllnllT llllt Mtuitrnm. X.tia'ii?ra.tAliiitlir!vprArt) tlro, noc.arv. J ? Jmi jv oLhwUva that tho war has juht becun on one grand effort U t""U KoatucKr und Ji Tc, mforuMotr. ochatrpnuruothrtiiiMli nn. Viuril Ol lrVIHrU to muvmik rurcr.vcr t"i. t 1 ci itlilioBt . tvrlln their part. Tho mam part of the her untol J rource twcai-a-tho front. It J.ITI. l.lil.n, l,.tt.f .lulii i Treasonable Uttorancos, frm tVrt Ifilnlrln nl .. ..--BluinK 't II . I. w.o. ...v Joo Aillclnian, Jelin AdkinxiB, A Al Is to be k)f. In if f N. rlrcljMl a. jw. kh. J tav klitDAn, 1'rnnlc Adra, lltnrj llutH, Joe Spanish licet Is concentrating- nt talks sra a take tho place ot business . m roi rjr, n& ot lrlto iirirHctpi(avutir uauuiHiiti. ij mua- - . jiollUeftl to 5 trite-- namntiVr- -. 7mi Jl'lmk .tark .ifrltHia hliitW la to bo nesnmed that every Cadiz, and the host lightinc vesIt Hrd, lieu llirum, Jim Ilrnlnin, Will I eiioMhM; beoftuo pmmotlen ami i H Hn.Mll. .bwlSulrlnlk.il BjrJ, Ic5 llronii, Kl Win M lin... If, Mo. oto citizen of the United States, tuuu, sels of tho Uultod States are bearo to he dltcussed to th9 J Hwkiti.) ju4r i of Mln-- Huh If IM lirnnhain, Henry Ilroirn Piok llrown, J i.,.u..,.. A'.niiiwii am ..' :i ' pr at Wll.. tW "tn,U for Si .lvx '. y thltw, II lUartiM, lrMrjolrtlo4'JrMll.M' 1UU Tom Urewn, lm Uruee, John Cwpr, women and children, now that ing massed to hunt them up and ciicIubIou ot lejd r lllJ in, Henry CaUlwoll, Jo. drier, P Cri.ell, f" 7 k. j m r t war with Spain is tin actuality, are give tlietn battle. The beat ml via llnally It la to be a eucoss bcauso th II I J Knrk, AtOVMot m .ttfrltt i l Jl oh- katlMf nut Albert Cat. Will Carr, Joe II Cli. album. Utne Is rlpa a euitu commercial rmi lii.tir' for Ullhltatf. loyal to their country, and want ed nro thoroughly couUdcnt that conveutlou to fur a success. eisltuir.HllUlrU t.i T ITrnoal Cldwell. Ben lisan. Henry l)eu- - X rT Nurlrnl, be ilrMi r.M.ilif drift from .ni r it lama tu. It Llkorllr im ili A our armies to win. Tho sympathy our fleet will destroy thvm if they I.eu than two mouths ago several C Irlilovn twine Mu amlMalalMtl li r1w 1 ! r'Uiiua.r.irrim, ueo r.wlnc I.ee Friii'r,m eHTmMHHMMHfMfMHMHmf-Mrur,.., Ovik in CLiltv Kilir.rtl.l Frank Fun II" i prowreaslre business men, members J li Wa.la. W".il.iJtln mi of tho pooplo with their own sol. ever meet. II W Jamra flay, i'rnok (lnriu.ii HeMlit Gill Loulsvllte CommerrUl club, J i 4ntoa,.'! a. 4rt4av I 41 I,4ati of tb IM ltrrlM, Alei 'jnltey. Ziillt IUiidv, T AJ i Tho?k of cur reilf rt wh. h.ivi (licry, their own kith mid kin, will I J T Mutlil.B.I I. t hold a.mwtlns la IxulAllle to Henry llendrii, Altrn lleiiatmw, J A iUiu 0)iMmlcrlNlir IVimill ill lint Vi'HY WE IVET TO ) IR. J prompt this much loynlty, regard' llaUrd capae a'.a a. ull U nrirw(.l Uuek aieV. Eil Uirrliou. iUrar hsini that the Mb of plU8 far a convention which PIU Uaos, ae'l l'h trl . )liH IhH'H .wpar mriit! IM HarrU, llonird llerren, tleo llT, Henry j thh laiiut indiJ nitttettt loss of what eauh particular Why have we gone to war! Is wo'ild havo for Its object the crsatlou l'r f t Mm, nvalf lux iillu J.m 'l.l. Unaiin, Hays, 1'rlneo iloiuun, Dick llnmlett, dam riUmlt- -l aron'jd the world, aud til it It of a sentiment favorable to Industrial ItMrrM, (Vamy KttMttryfSm III.., vidual may think of tho justiliun-tiollnwkios, Jerry Jonra, Geo JdIip.bii, Alo'l U tiMt liwtmiiuif a univonwil f(Hl!C tu disa question which line bcon i.iiiim ,r f,mar, deielopmont, teaching the bnflts ot if laKir,I I 4iln. n- up II Kins, Oeo Kenoady, Mine KInnau, Ilti the trtsti.ni for tho war, as nn original turbing some yaaMr UMf, Mil'j.-lminds, nliich aeem iucIi a courte nad to pieparu lltorate.ro lli M l t jIuh.Mt, aiil an c, nl fo Kin, - Iiandriim, sai l.meli, Jh and 'vhixnuiv n nih Tinproposition on the part of this rw. m n li 'I. $ Mraraa, Mini li i to doubt the justlflcAtion. So mUdk forth Kctui.X'8 anvantaK Loakrlilc Jtn Uenn Tia Lawrence. Id'nt ui t fi rliO'. ; !IMi, 11T, . M Os;e MfKnui, t.al Government. If tho proposition: good can Jno wae followed by i.1A-rf- i pintinff hmk airrri. coino by raising a quea-tiu- ThU little pathrlng I I IM in if'iJI r" ' AnJetaan Milton. Ilaiier Mtmir. lorgvr oae until the bit ot oMnrprliw "Is n war with Simin fully justifiAiWrx,k aAwtorf ace uaf Illinois Central R. E. .18 Sua Mllner, Mrnett Mirtre, Ktanic .Kingiiinst onr own government, that was raanlfetd In tho Crt mot-ic- s J a T'i mkM.. Aatlaar. t.atfa cl.lia.. able nnd Imperative t'' had been l Jioliaa NjjI.i, arrival a. Jjat awl r kin, tm Mack, rate .ict,'i', Juan Moit, Maintain, ueiurrmed is u fact, and it Is ba'at Into a spirit of prosrea that 3 MMi.rM Wm ill.nr.. AUnwe. 11 trt tlm vmAOn rT lm iionv that vinr AlllitntltAfl Sin, w.frlrj.lwla Uaa Oirena, liek Ollnm, lloet evident duty of U pntriots, to zas made tu yeicwite the enttro H'iii,.i. ;, DQUSLE DAILY SERVICE Metier, (the RvJ I Illlaraar'l, I" Iwai. United Stntes before tho Govern. support suite. Tho cosrNitltHi hooii seurael J Mi Ti mat .Kiln nail, nrlilc raM. Rand. n, Jae Hubert, lm Klw, J I.Kub-arl- i, their country to the B R Itobarieon, Kill MmmlerH, Jim fratn Nh Urlsaas is Mempkli, lt, form. An .xeuttvo commit-t- , lIMUiiniilu, lHi, iraanna .1 Milium MM had taken nnv war steps, ment Ucilbl fr. w O. i TV JS lT, I I f, Mack I.iMlsrille, t'ialinnali, Okia. in its struggle wit It a foreign Mm Uiarp, Jin. 5nell, Hl'har-- t Smilt with reprenfAtlT9 from otrry M l'Tl..-- , 'ti Co ' CloU noaib. there certainly would have boon power. TIib New York Times Fri tltmi 1,1a i Clet, Si. Unit. HW Italia. I.uk 8hr, 0 hi,.". Jie Tliaaip. coiiKr'soual dlnrlet, was nnmJ, na nt.hrk I SMlfe. aa0! A1!.!! w riiielaaali, Ixi'ile KI. aad fraiu 9. narMii.R, aiipir ki nu immonso negative- vote. And a, darter Tinder, tliMk Tnlley, John i aaaklHg dliart to tho disposition mani- vew corumltte-- s on dflopitlon, press L 1'iiarll, paa.r ac (. Tkiaai. QVarM Tkomia, Atbur Teller, Lasts le rSio l "- -. tho inner comictions of such fested in some quarter; todipsent .n.l inililinllf fln.nrj. rran.BOrtatloH. ' L'ii . 91 rbilHOte a... liiima. Im. Iihiw, l iimi aactmal "': lain. fi4 MBlat. im VlWraat Mill Wilaan. Mo. Wiifara, tioa "Ilk tkrosfk lrae frsw alt pat nn .d delegation EM XajLaanUII Wjao IrWaaUlaaa, ciinnfj- - from the popn'ar cen t i n e n t. hall, entertaiamoct, people mar notimve been KnMt ami itV.t W L juhaMM, aaaaaa, bifjiaa cUlt'i. 4W liarity Walker, Oa-- Weotrliix. i'l'iil h'ortli, aaailkiti If ed as to the justlco nnd right of quotes from Mr. Dolhvr's speech ctate r.t large. Mr. Clarence Dallnn.; J ll- I FarM h'yfjaUai acaanat, a. at-Wolkr Butk Wilfnra. Itetix V!!!Ua, iala4ia Ituffalo, I'ttieburc. I'laelan4, ill centit a. fteil iibown AUd popular young l tm Wler, J.lia Wallur, llearr Waik.r, HIsh. Nsm lort, Ikil,l'rbl. Haiti- the war, but their action lias stidj umde In the House Ia6t Wedues- toraey of LouisvilM, wbu U a catl of ,T)t x .,'.,, axls JZri'ni-tt'- , SI. (.'II Vllon, , MiaeawlM, ilai in rngsfl to lite position or Hendeteon. bat was for many yearn w rlot Jakn Wil.an. Frank Yie. Wilt W(ftht, mars, RUknton.l, Oily. 'hI,Fpriiifa. Ari. and no doubt thousands , f 2""' Oaiaka, K.nlM Hot Ckat Y'e. among tho government, and the motives mrutltip.1 iiu" i nuui-athem will he unnrin-reof u h4 l'ea.er. Clq. escneatua .lie to ...1,ui, a namtrfitamiiiii, li OnyLrt taaciyrr wRtTK whhdi guided tbe President. mat .its nnd Mr. ValUy Kaots stU Flat us! Jllfiu.-pr-- i i our truest r.tul bravest soldiers. "Wlnl c (lid ant ignore the destfuo-- i wai elected chatrxi&n,atctatary ofJ. C. si'1'i.hJ Tm, iVCTf J T Mifftar. .aar J W AWxaailtr, J W All'a, Mail Ayrte, Vestltiil llaily Train tor m thu kaiarMm hrva. lvt.;aa. actMlBl, wiatl.., Van Pelt. i ltrowler, ino M J ttwtll, N T lb-I illr, 4ar anavnt, nitIt Is oue tiling, nnd most frequent- i t iu i .t. - isita'-- , au. ... i nsii.rci.ti, Co;ccirclr.l RMletaat iiiuiTU, clitb, eecrelsry W M Brnum, H I.lq4anr, It' L llinklrr, D M Dauteli, ) navftlUt in it wi' ppiiniiiiii tiiiiHiiii, no iiccnr-trt- l 2itltiitiii, Sliutv Fallh, ly the right and proper thing, for IV 11 CariwrUbl, Thus Industry etar of promotion c .win.ia HrHta. i, aettttial, Cyrut Andy Oblldtrt, th.it tho tlioRocrnnifut H NlTiii.v VAty Ja4a.ta-- r.aa.rC.1 IT'. I) K Calllat, Data tt E finally iptlutTred 'bv the rfNola- roe rapidly A meeting wm bv'.d at Jaln.ahaarlif, war wii' 0 Crixrten. cltizous to bock to avert Mhltnallvlilaii. I ti.CuMII.al!: I" P.nztaa. Taw Kiaat, IJ W UHi'ton, Ilraae and 'te Wtet I'irtleaUrt of a;enla af J ll).Ul.ll i W, Hi .Ml they think not unavoidable, but 'V'" f,;.a uTi , Lln.osie.s , yT!!,e wiiteh seven of the It districts had II I ut.a a. Hair llatk aaoalkt J Frflvurd.. Y A Kv.nfSll'MiaM, A II Ihs 1. C R. It. and prominent representation, and a pro- II r4, MUaaaM.aaJa.lha. .! Monselmc Unas F after the Government has acted, xWnninnt.on of an inno'-Fntr. J t Frr. 0 W Fairer. J F Flail. lM MUKBAY, Mr. Pits. Ajent, Wev lominn- - gram waii arranged, tbo following J W M.IM. atUWta.. aa Jaatlaa WI Jann Uearjte, ' 1. Urr, j i: llsrjrev. itiibx niuht, of our own aaa. juiat. n .acluaU? cx.allnp. Itlalty, uud am...nr urlean. ftUcrruM.i'.i&s. itwimtiili live full AnKssl'd a; ttoia liiatl tllktillAutv.... Rulh. Iliuki. II A llroiltlotl.J T RaUniil eoninevrenonivuliil JE1 !w- Hiivaiit,iii iin.a.i "WFVlmi And in. ohmd wrV4atfy."wifftsgirs-- ; nnv iinnn.iKInn mnph Inintnr rii.-- feriiMty iuI torturo ' , Chla-o- . S D IitTiw. Cierk. A. I( Hllranir, . Artitnt.-VRR M Kearfy, with fliea." aiitiple and Milemn wonU "KnntucUy'a V A I.ta"M J 1'Iji" rente, your own thoughts. W A. KaLUaaii a. u. p. 1. UaU.ill. "The nation of Atactica, in the 'erof u j burg, ii per Ii. (J. KautHiro, rJ.'C untaa, nufo Climate and Soil." God, counting all the oost, exacts from Fl LiKtrmer, Cuwmojnre Ljik, tt'J Vtor. "Our Aerloultural Opyoitunlti aad Spain iii'lemuity in full fur the abuses W'&Jl 3lE.iS HIGH l'UICES. i!ii. J I. May, A B Mjraa, J S My nek. 1). O. VAKS. Kaoh DellBiment Toll l.l)0 Tar. Keeda." J. C. BPXIUHT. uf tlm i.dt. Hut tho hikuI of aubjup.it-McUHn, (Hie Mhihii Mi'ian Mnra aad "Oor Induotrlal OpportunUl provinoen. but thf tDiiiunipation of .Kl lm If... !...! It. lf.l... War tncnua high prices and The followiiiir in a 1U of dtnciii! an oppruMuyJ race ; not the rnnfom of Needs." J.m. v M.ier n K prosperity. When tho Gov- litttUk'eu cltirt, but the nobler paUaf Mtor thu year 1W7, nitiirn Mr "The D'.et Bjexm of State acfl I Frank Iu liythti Shuilfat trw April term if loio ewurry, Mubiu Nortroad,K Plokla, PAEK & SPEIGHT, a froo the e 'taniaiir, C MJ t'arrynian, S cal Taxation." ernment cornea into the markQt to otion of ruisicK keep tK of tender W l'erry, to ('lu I'rlea, with J Uiijere, Laoli "How Mi' Capita! D Deft Attrart-c- Fwal Court buy everA'thlnc, trade must tlour-ieli- : forever nbovo tho dnst of the IUn.tl . " Jeotltetrea, J B lliwletf. WJ MAYFIfiLD. KKSTL'OKY. Cisployisl to and Mot Proflti-blforcottcn heroos of the Maine." lototiw ran icr, .ia. . l utfil it t Smith, J C Sien.an, J H Tho railroads all over the This U u Hinow and trnthfcl ftntc- In KentuekyT" n K Ada. J O liranu, Geo A Tlyrd,, binle I S Shu,.' 8 Saillh, II F Ttij(. conutry are euddenly called upoDjuiontof the seatnnwit of tho ;rcat liody "Imrjlsratlon Tbo llet Method of j t. nranuer, u u urown. U K nnM. mil laylor, Baltt Vnaea, L II "rlhL J Will do a Uonornl Law lluinsa PV1 in nil Courts, State mid I'ed- to furnisli transportation for thou-- ! of tlm American lmoplo. xVl" Waller Carr. CJ J Kvana. V U IWn.r I M,Ii J.. If WaJa J., k" Wil.an J.. nccouMrflng Delrr.bla IinmUnition or.tl, nnil in all tho Courts Bands of soldiers and hundreds ofdonco from tlmo to timo that tluro are "Corporations Ueea and Ab'.ia8 ' ,Y l Orataw 0 V Harrison, (f W.lltkka ot' V.U Orn H Wale, Jno Webb. (I T uw oi A Jnst Discrimination tho 1'art of.0" """lB "' OBr j nawKiin. thfiiiHniid nf ions nf supplies, ruJ. " iiwro, Lewis, w T nrigni, rennu iifcile, i j, itorkiaa of Fulton Ootiuty. the etlucntcrlvonlthT and eoiiwrrative A A T J K"rk. W II Wrijht, John J Williams. " this ensures larger dividends mid i lain, v ho do not yet shuro this t Wisdom." Prompt Attention (dteti Celleitlon, UiiilroodB-- Thi GreattiBt Sourer, of itoLlnion. J T su.nn.r.i itai.tr. a rieo iti stouks. All the otnplo """"'""-e- m We l uot attributo to them industties nro drawn upon to keep itiilitTorenco to tlio standard of lu.tico Dcvolopmont, and How Bwt to Era- - J I, Simiaer. i,l Sunley, m 0 ibaw,, ?hn Alaxander, John AnJerton. Itleh '1 AlexaDder, Lonls Alexin Willi.! Jn,m"M' J II V.'illlttnit, T C niMnim, J DR. the arum nnd navy in good condi- und duty lespected by the majority, or ploy It." Vtliiiokle. Jim Allan.j Jetea .... .. r, cruelty n a. m .t o - ... i . u, .TOBr y u. aaiir-Bu,,. f, , tion. Millions of dollars that havo want of appreciation of the to which and g,,. fT.hI oppression of thy Ppmilnrd, vt t been hoarded for years are taken are now to pnt an end. We wcpl.ilji ,na frospcrlty." B,rJ. Bill Hraneh. lMellmaki. E.1 Hir "Almlnlstint!on of JuatlCt lu Do- WIQ Drsdlejr, W IVDailcr, - J H Drock-- neli Uan non, Jae Brrn, U.n Dnxe, from tho national treasury nnd! thtirattitmlub.vafuUurutoundirst.uid man jiib toie. Jim toox, ilan tile. Wm UruiclitelJ, m t,'rwierj I. uarier, thrown lirnnilniKl In nil nnrtc nf tho events that havo oomtiellpd tho iror- - lays and J Crawferd, Henry Ulam, Jas i'KHUta, lliriat ('rawfard, HO Carter, ilea CiUI- - IIIOICMAN, KEKTUOKY t.n- In Coramcrclal Law noople everybody nets some oi!crome"ttoItsco.nr,',sum.'l)y"d?fe',x, AlHan Reue of proportion, which makes th Plirnments, Commercial ?"k fiunl' Jf ui" CM" Pspor. Mort- - ,h"R W,i;,'n: 'LA r,'L,,r;.,I,"0 "f"i; i"?1 "'"; them. In tho meantluio our for oost of oar tiwk Minn nioro important 0111.101, i urt, Wm Calierl, 11 C Conner, Holowon ". . ... lliwkin, t eign commorce is not seriously than tho atcompliBhineut of that tiihk .Tr.t!!i Tltlea-H- ow II""D1. Cbas Jn.klna, aMr Lanooin t trt, pet.r (rr. Wilay Coleman, tJllia Ofllce over Oowgill ft Oowgill'a to tho o u LitLy, Joel Ma- -. Rent Olleer, Juo Di.aa, UonnU, Flam Puke. Ueris disturbed, sinco most of it Is car- Wo ouu only a.k them to cousldw tho Drug Slote, C W l,inmia. J m l)u,tv. Kam Darn.ll Settlement Of." .Tim I'rewitt. 1'ont 1'errT. ried ill foreinn vnisols. nnil tho oxperleuco of I'rr nulont McKinlev. w It was then spreM that tbo follow- ltaeies, T'l Iteiimond, J 8 Hogers, Jno 1' t'.ni,, .o r.itcr Dlr. Oih Foster, Itioli. man kindly and iioaeefnl in neutral ling covers our goods f. Holers, J J Shack, John A Stone. Jaw,- ar tl.rr Florar, Henry Oaadln, """ they bo not oontrnhand. All theoo' '",,."'",V. desiring to avoid it, nalm in ing named geatiecicn bLouIJ tie profoundly li ii u. txri. (Inland Green. lUllle Oanl to attend the convention and de uuirmey, i l "tan. Alexanuer jalea dLsotusiuuat'o amid tbo mmt conditions fuvor a Btronj: and con- ."im Cjnlou, Utk Oilberl, Jo flUm V, ill tinuous bull movement. The bears htrenuotu. exciti'inent, and fully inform- - liver rpoeehee on the tubjixu man- - Jal.o Adams. JrREctner wiiitk. Ii.Itioii. rtieh Hsrrls, Bob II. iw. O trmetraug, Jaa facts in the aituatiou a ard, o (Saeceaijr lo Wiu. Blealelbriiik,) will havo tbolr innitiL's when theieilofall the Jn!is.nn, Will Jur.ltn, peee Uci linudinol, V A ltrown, flm Major V. P. Johnston, L.lri;too. ve wuu rucji Janea, Wil. .laekinn, l'erry .lHcVon. expeusos of tho war have to be i uevo',a' liiirton, TJ Ikil.w, It C Iluahanan. U nsAtfa ih C. I'. fiarrctt. Hopklnallla Al i Jackson JUlii ,Trrei. WM dorian. titnoo uud rosolntiou to poctire the cmU liragj. w r llnruet, Jim Ikx, C It Bu but Wur Continues of 1csti(.e wItIiot rwionrso tonnrw tlmt ..... I...... ir.il T. . ri. T..... tt SL P. Scovllle, LexingFtor. und Iltieb Uarry, h A llraoko, .M I. Barnes, U " prices will go skyward 7'"" "" """." "'-Hender for n Iohl' tlmo the claw woarouow dwHenry "'uttoraoc, Iuijvilla II fcruwn, W F Ilarnes, Rolae Ilrainar d1V"0" ,'Vi,.h" " llf,',l'r,e J".--' son Uloauer. ' enstiug held him up to thu country aa ;!"he"'TW'r l!f",;,l,',1fl itr' Jobn 11. Atltlnsoc. Earlir.Kton. D.a C Cie.rou, D I Colley, I Q, Ceru.n. th ono safe loader whom It it U the Mor . T A Cole. Wm I. Crexi, Henry Clay, Cha." " f.V" i,Df JJ Churltw T. IJallnrd. LouUililo duty of all to follow His loadowhlp a Morrla.Jita Mlln.r TEX JIILLIOX 3I., II' SEEDED. u' W A Cok. 0 L Carmack, !) Caok, 'IV J William J. Hsadriclr, Kraukfott. na where wo ar. has brought was yl.iY, : : ' ' MAT tf. ii'iorloii'i hihI ..lurloHi. AIu,v splendid vli:ttie if Com Uou-ittK- s. l ...M- ii.ikWi Wwl' in.r.aiwirtyNMm,nM.M -, "'"tTJ ' ,- rf' .f-- rs i "rs ijiymnU I . 4 M Fulton County Commercial Convention Will Be n Grand Success. at AiJ term, 1808, of Revenue'? tllMi'l I t It.H'll Itio. ii, ,., I Inelier, Henry r iu, J ll.i TlmrnlHi!. u ytt. lite Dii t.3 l'rospncls for ruiico. lARKANSAsWii Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and ft.ii1 , I MM.Mta V, J iTEXAbjgLj I Musical Instruments. Sti'Vff, .. RRIMIRINII ASPHnALTV. WOUR GUAHAKTBBD! . i V Call and See our New Stock ol'Jcwwolry. 'iliion U 1U.13A.V, KY, ..... ' J . fli t I J i -- Jh-m- 3 , J.-inin-, Majestio1 Cooking Eaagei The Best in the World ! T i 11 K 1' '' . "; -- !, JI Vou 'tiunt ilSttlio a JllHlaUo 8 i ri- i - , -- i 4- - f la D uyl ug ECONOMY Oae oC tUcse Ranges o pro-rross- ed N -- -- Quo of ita Strnutrest 1'oluts is ita M ! . L . ..- I 1 - IN THE USE OF FUELL lllo-llm- mutU.Vn-u."WR"XuU- w?j&""2i!!iJi':j ov.-ne- , riorVrri-iir'tio- il t- ltuUrs IIUouHm In 4 MlimliiN T.luht 11 rend In in Minutes, of I'.ooiuimk'al Oootln Iinylng ii '.MiiostlA" iiie.ins a C'ul! nkiil l.xninlno Tlicnu Voii'll Itny no Other. " i;- -i I - su-ch- m c lJ !' f y t , A . it '".i lu. i i ii ' ' ' ' - K -- HlOIMKAar WACJON CO.," MA.Vt I'Al K 11 M ri MVUH 1 jMt-- n MrtiM-.- 11 l i form-ulst- ti -- .)- ill-l- 'r M t't . "- . llkr - !' r Smgt&mz&ifc8s?ai frJ&iSFsS!ttiE&y?zxB& 4t&&m ffi&4Si3$&tEBH! f 1 .1 CV.arwrv " Z nr Till' I I.I.IIIHTI.O STi7 Yf&& W VI n w ;!, vi-- ;a I , f -- n I , H .!. .l - Mel-an- Mil-n- till - J-- w ztMKAvt&t&& vrs4Y:vi v r Ki ,rTYf v V f.3r '. l 1 vkv 1 - W i.. D-- f. D. ll, O.I-?;- :, V.HIOKMAN WAGKDNS, HAKM1S AND MERCHAXTS' jlXT JL J J MsV Xts. JSiU. IrJtaUii---' -- 44M - . w c.-- ' '". H I ll NATIONAL .K'saC l liAil, j -i i ' - A - will-be- im ';'' CAPITA, STOCK $50,000: X)in.nso07oits. 11. J nan-ur.- t- , V K AttH-n.y- , 31 - att I' Hl, -, UCtUKA8, s. J. c. noynctuirr, AUttAJIIIstJt, . a . tmrkuceu. h J A. u. MtAW, j V. A 11 1' ut o 3r :if 1 a 3D II. tirJCMAJfAX, Pretldanl; J J. SU7 Cushlar, Jih, CAi. TII0MrOf. j C ntiKM.'KAHT, - Chi .11 1, .i i mm J W MUrAI'AI. its Vfes.lr!4tst .a.iai,i J. A.TMeieT i.aanwr. I d. -. A uon-reae- JiaSJrwaH) 06 2XiSr IjLHS. '"''sP sa d torn-porar- y pfti-a-- .!'. ni... gniti-tnil- d d uov-er-to-- -- ' &. - - H w "J iii'i nnn-ii- Mmti-uieu- lib. D Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware.'&c .xlFINE WATCH ANO JEWELRY REPAIRING A wzzi T vrtQ I . V vj I " ' &j& SPECIALTY. 1.00. flii-il- !,,.. . W ... "Ke-for- VV S.K.DAVJDSON raKCt.SOr-WIIt- TI!. Ssjr Gouuino Selh Thomas Alsrm Clocks for 3 Doors Ilitwt of I.aciodc Hotel, in I K, iiickman.;kv. r C j- i're t. .'.. Expc-dlf- ES& W &2W5 ; , II-n.- - 0)lv-1,V- iu A m&mim Trn"iyr a w ef r. I iioLtoitui., r. I'm 1. J0IKCO1, Ma jtn. IrnlL-mou- """' ."". i . t. bh-km- ir Cf, '1 l. I. BartiettJ Pjtid Provisions, Mi, KBSVUCKV. ICOHi- w ..M.-- r "QSjtiiJj Ria E xia:a..ca S 'S fMthiaii;. lTs Gapifni $50,000.00. DIRHOTOBS IIV J i - Fancy (Jroterios .x :i- - Qladatouo lately cxiirt'fised himself ca boiiolog that IJuglisli is to bo tho Inn L'UiiL'b of theluture THE BI'SIXESS OUTLOOK. Mi. Gladstone's renHons are based Thcro oro us yet nq indications on n hat has hnpponcd in his own When Mr. Gladstone that business lias been unfavor lifetime. Kngliuh wns hnoken li wuh born ably affected by tho wnr. On the 30,000,000 people. It Is now contrary, business is hotter than spoken by 120,000,000. The num wl, It was tit this timu last year, with ber l,,e0P,e ln tho PBrl iiuuuieu every n tondonu to r.irtl.(.r ' norty yeurs, whloh rorms Iho basiai inont. The bank clearsneea aromf nrv aimnia rntn.ni..ti.in nc dipt. Thos. W. Walker. takeu ah the best business barotn. when the entlro population of tho PAWAtRAa Mlinc. eter. If tho war ends speedily, enttb will speak English. The Shields aci'ed ns nnclloneer. The Joo ns now seems probahle, ntjd .,1.1, ! V' cront Lnglish peaklug cotin salo took plnuo nt Bird's Point, lison, Atidersoii.Tom Anderson, ,aar AlJohn llrltnin und the whero tlio fleet lay. ii.i.rrai.i.i.i,aa that is proui. tries ru GreatIU11, whoovor goo. was sold for 2,C0l) to The stentner Avers, II Abanoihy, J 1 IIJ Anrlert t'antli-bil- l Jack Allison, Ihlltw (Jnpt. Scott, Untod s.n,eB llillevf, Wallace llolen, Jets lirather, IsPd, tbero is every iiidimition to either country to live aoon of Ztinuwvlllo, Ohio, who iinya ho Alex Iladxer, J L Chamber, U s Carr, that Is promised, thoro is every' will dismnntlo hor. It. The barge Claude Collins, rtobt Cnmpbcli, Itmet I. inuicnuoii mat tne country will 'Gommorco" was sold to tlio Illi- Cnyco, Martin Clul, Wtu Dasi... M A outer on the moat iirospeions era Spanish spies nro bcllovcd to nois Genlral for tU 525. The bnuro Uasls, John T Ono Jen, Jolm II '.mklna, ot its oxtstenco. ir the presout bo responsible for the recent ex- "OliCBter" was sold to Oapt. Mann, Torn Ueorse, Tom tlreen, Claud n,ui, J M dill, John Oroen, A high iirloo for wher.t conlitnton plosions of powder inllle in Call, of Pittoburg, for $1,050. Tlio Haydeu, Win Ileudrlx, J Jos Hensoi. Frtnk until another crop tins been mar- for ida, Watch Is being kopt on u hnrgo "Anchor Lino No. 2'' was Hull, floht lloiiston, lhad llowaru, Cbas llay.len W it ,. keted, tbo gold thaj ll mill bring ijtn..l a.i. ti.onillA.I lit. UitM.tl.l, I..... .. ....... I..I-..., r..... ... ,. . , ..... II...- to uh from Europe will ho faba Jesuits, near Santa Cruz, us tho $325. Only ono bargo romalns to Henry Lyr.ab, Unto love, Jolm Marrfj, loud In amount, una business oou olUGials belioyu that two of no In bo Aold. It is nt present hold Henry .I .Vnrjin, Nabla Morion, Velry Sleiheny. Oat, Marrow, wn) s5h , Wm ditlons will necesssirJly ho very mntoo oro gnilty of canfiiuj; tho ii ml or uti attuohuieui. Cairo Outiaii, J N Oakloy, J L tlkara, d , Oak. joxpioHiou near meie. Mite. lay, aieruiu rolirote, Saw Uu t wil- . 1 In tho account of tbo country's fighting strength, outside of the regular nrniy, which the Adjutant-Genera- l aununlly makes up, there are two olements. Ono Is the organized militia maintained by the State and Terrltorion, armed and drilled. Tho other la the total number of men available for milt tury duty In tho country, within the military age. The former, or orgnnized militia force, at the latest reckoning, that of about two months ugo, was only 114,302, but tbo latter reached tho enormous figuro of 10,301,. 339. Under no coneelvoblo circumstances would ton million men ho uuder arms, hut thiH is tho number we havo to draw from. hU declaration, tn.ido under tho of his oilloe, tnat "tho bwue ie with Ooii(,'rtn," and that ho had hlin-ol- f donoull hoconld do, which led to tho ileclstve nnd definite policy wo aro now carrying out. leflpon-fcibllity It i Anglo tiuxon ti. Lalla. Our greatest dnngor in this thuo is threatened from poasible action oy France, In tbo lntln ra"o preparing to make its lust desperate stand agaitibt the manifest dCBtlny of the Anglo Saxon. Frnnr-- 1ms been going from hud to worse for n deendo or moie undor its beau uratiu government. e Sl'HUAD Of KMU.ISM l.ANOUAUE. e lr. From OhicoKO Ohronn-l- ) l.rrt. ' W.'' i t! osn, Ji.o Do'l.sn, Ilal'larl Peiiart, A J C Uoito... lUlf Uatla. Her,,, Drew, EG Davis. 1 II Uoutl.ni. Pwleri Klllott. Hirry h'Ulson, Lea IMmands ii. Ivinion.ls, A httinfrer, llufus S I e. is, J J Freeman, It I Fields. J M Free nan, Waller Felhe, Lee Krasier, J Toru Oreen, JFOoodnio, biu On m, D. C. Tom Holcointp, Nick Holcomk, y II g. O, E. Johr.flon, Ixulsvllln. t . Elm, T M liearr.Bi.in, J I) Hernmn, Jobn W. Yerkei. Onnvllla. . lans Harris, Wm K (Inrren, .Wnlui. Haary Burnett, I'aduuaJi. ; eon.be, John Herman, L, N Ingram A I, ft. Jonea, W D Jones, O I. Jones, Ir ,onfa, U. C. Klnkenri, UouUvilla J C Jotiosoa, Oefl Jcffery, Ja J C V. McSlroy, Iiowlir P.ott Crecn. Jnskson, Wtu A Jobnwu, Ja. T net, D Jamen 0 IllacU, Darb)urville, W Jainea. A A Jouea, Jno Ii ihnson, Wat Tliomaa S. I'cttlt, Owoosbyro. James, Ulas Jnucs, t'l.as y, 101, Wm Al J. M. Athnrton, Loulxvllli) M Kln, J A Kin? leo I Kitk. F linear, M H. Crunp, Bowling Qreen. J W Lee, ! A Llppanl, l.n i.iui. Jno II J. C. G. Blackburn, Woahlnstcn, Lewis, Jonn J.on(r, KLaJ 1K,N t.bert II Uwla, Jobn LusU, J M ' u. V m D. C. ! H Marshall, Jlra Mef'all A M .,r, Wm BouglM rutman. Ashland. Moora, DFMornan, Lite Mm ornery, Andrew Cowan, Loulnvilln. C il Moste, 0 W Morrow, ,re, ' J. atoddard Johr.Hton, IaiuUvIUo. Jl Oliver. Jcrdn Onk. i W It.. .1 iv . . . 1, AJex I. 'llutashroy, LmiIsvIHg. aucmon, 0 vi rulk in hi I uu Jto M i'Ainplin. Ilpe I'l.ili.js, AnJ leaves, Clr.i. Ksliniou, CI K.l,, up, 1., ANCUOK LIN'E SOLD OUT. nan, J W llolilnion, Uiper iUUna "i, w ; Kol.inaon, MikeltacorJ, Fred fi Ycstorday morning n number of Suatt, WJlSlil.l.U, M M Sin, '. AbA O W river men from arinus points ot Hcotl, 11 F SleJjs, U V Mifford I .1 rv W sinierH, j 11 Bianco, the compass arrived in tho city niello, u a hlmraonn, Jolm I Bum , . Tom T T,, O P to attend a gMo oT the rcmninlng Tbownsoc, W II Wallers, C A , . ,iu, O It Wliliaiiit, 8 C Weaks J ttr Anchor Lino property in this port. ttalkpr, Jas K Willi imi,8 W1I.1. m, Wm VrUht, Harry Wa.lklnl, J li Wlllian- The property consisted of tho M 0 White. Jasper 1' Wilton, Jobn i .joner, steamer Oily of Now Orleans and A W Zackery, Arthur Collirar V01 M Bpvcral W. O. Wolch, Stanford. John Youas Drown. Loutdvlllo. John W. IstvIb, Sprlngflold. B. O. Witt. Hoaderoon S. A. Denhata, Wllliamsburo. General Roy Stone, Waahlnctoa, .ILDo-isan, , a.,"I' " V'r '"? K.,7c I) ' l"ri,Qt0 ' Sti ) I'tJ,).,1 "'$ iln .ntl., Henry Smith, Jim Hh(mnker, Sinllli, Hpenccl 8mltli, Alliorl Seotl. nsy Tbomas, lorn True, Cal Thomas, Henry Thompson, I'alor Venerable, Lot Whhe, Wallace Woo Ison, Walti r Wrifclil J.W.Kilaon, Sam Walali, Win W.mir, I. W Warner, Bail William, Hcurj Williams, Kowtsn Wllllania, Wateoo Younger I'KhJiS Ul'IMO.T. ' ' er. Eshtrt Kobens, Dm Spencer, rinoe Min.proii, Hum Strattoo, Anderson ?' ''hm l'Jnt Wetler Itar. 3o0ltTK,?, ' Ku.sell. l'"'"". men I'tr. tlia 0"ler Jes.s 81'ttre.rs .m iimuvisikh r.torrrs ? 10.000. yonr biiHlness. Wo ofl'er tho most Liberal Auconmiodnlioio Solicits to our CustoincrH Consistent with Kulublishcd liiiiiking Pilnclples. K. T. TYIsKU. MT FKBE D13LIVEI.Y. No. 01; J. C. A. I.OLCO.MI.K, J. NAYL015, W. II. nALTZKR W. COWOIIsI.. Y. h Mr OrTCIIKN, W. C. JOHNHON.. ToloplionoStoro ideuuo, No. 1)0. TUc Casli J. DKAU'.U G-racc- i: I M. WITTING, IN AND FANCY GROCERIES Thero are thirteen counties in tho First Congrosslounl District, STAPLE nnd according to tho call inadoby tho Democratic onuitnittoo, it will cost tho congressional candidates nboat $1,500 to pity tho expenses of tho primary. Unless a innu is rich he need uot think of entering rncu in tho tho congressional First this year. Wa think that tho Committee niudu a great because they have shut oft' the aspirations of umbltiotiH, hut poor democrats. Curllslo News. mis-tnk- o ....... l,, TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC. alnftja Fresb and Complete, piflle lbs p iidllo io eota( . My Rlook la and see me. Cash paid for Country Produce. IIICKMAK. KY. and I vMa "ai 'J', y bl ' ippW.UI 1 fJ! t.i sMij Witling', old Hand, Ollnien Hlrnst, 1' aj T' f rn 1 .(SS&ai jlliK s.ijir,i A'VT,ll..l jT l'j ktaayrraTr ( owgill A. UirOKTA.VLE OF THE i'IULU'INES. kW I a -. liul-lotl- Manila, tho capital city of tlio Philippines, hns, with its suburbs, iSpIentlid Solectiun of n population of botwoou L'00,000 nnd 300,000. Tlio city proper, or Manila Mtirada, is enclosed by a NEW BOOKS, wall, but tho f.'rimtor part of tho population live outside nf tho STATIONERY, wall. Manila is a commercial city of importance, nntl Is the resldunco nf many wealthy moroliante. Its NOTIONS, &f, principal exports niu (iiigur, cigarH, cofTon, rice, flno Call titul soo our Stoolc. Evory-thin- g 4m i Is 1tf.tle lamw vaa kflfUMit aai in our markots. It is well known up lo daln, uaod in tho monufactitro of cord." ago nnd in making wrapping papMauy Bebk.s-diit Co. er, oto. r a ea ml M mi For Kalo by immsmsiiismmstisEsai U.VMBMXm O A. Ilnluombc, Cowgi'l ..ml 1 T. Sway nil' '.ALES. A. FAEIS & SON, YriioLCriAI.K A NU xkT.IIt, A. p. o&nrsHa Blacksmilh and Undertaker IIIOKMAN, A litiirut IN rutfcsburg Coal ol all emJes, K UNTUCK Y, l,en yon m fca or rt'puha iu a sjn'ilulty Irani I'lrat Pool to Mlutk. fi IVEMK THIU. 7J Hliirkfiiiiitliiai; dune, V.'nfonu, &c. 1 Ilursi-nhueln- ii -o ktop lull lin llf Ma 1'rlwa run go from $8.00 to 51. IK) per Tsn, scsorillnB to grado. . . Tli" ipjallly nf Ilia Coal I nil tt, n airae, Ilia dltldtcute lnlliu aiie ot tlio lump. A LUX. A. Aftlfc 1 SON Undortakor'a Goods, rcHt-annb- x f (Jeaininn, Hamuood, nnd Knlld HlHck Walt r..::'-'cSI- sr and Cssst, '.rhlth ran he fittsd up on thart notice, and at prlcra Olte m a cull. Pay Chop ritm the Jul! "V" i ' yTwrTavTT-LOOAli NT&WS. B y Mil.HKTItATKII TIEADIt niUTIO.V. NVn rfwt I ' i .' Council I'rocBBdingn. t'ounnll met iu regular IWd the Pianei) proceednirjs. nitwit Mint i is hi mww thta week VCSw. Am tlw Jewelry at the Brokel. Mr, V. Millet. In vMliim In Ful-t- t this uwk, To.uiorniw K PeooniUon Day at III. emitter)'. Mr.' I). II. Burnett. r Roelfoot, Tqiiii.. wat Ik town TuaaiUtjr, Wlr. W. 1. Tayb. of PuKon la court hetulltln week. FBKfitI FRIMTH received m Uijtw'h. A nnmWuf I'nlttmrtw nm In the city tltl weak. attending fowl. If ymi ixNKMii pretty home Imvc ll abowii in twr llliwtratcd edition. Z.X&. Shoes In low the Racket. MIsms Fowls mill Parte, of Troy, TeuH., si vfedttng Mt Jlin Patter. M.wn Cluu. Melr and II. 0. Jiid came up from Nw MmWiI till week. Try Omm l'lsl.o. at Ueyer's. TIh Kunal Might Borlety will meet Hi Mm O. il. Hubbard's rve lit the imuuI hor.r. It Is to the Interest of every bneliiea inuii in lh city, tliMt oar Trade Edition u -t--Mt O U have annirwil tho afrriciwof Mr , Howell, a apwialUt In to ab)t in onmpllliiK nl dnarriptirt-JftoWaliatH- Iltnr v. ICY.. r iy $ 1 u Aplendld tfc-- fc nance. t t " !. w ,fHIV'W .: 'V SIP. ,M It will pay That what we want Boggles eitiMiiM im pfowlblo to fvurc. - J u lioth for yon tu buy onr Liailiet Wbo, iimka tliU rmk : miwinw, no uimiI 1i Tim Mauimr City of Ooroln Iww Jl 6Uniid2O0Oxfonl tlM harty lawn replaced tu tint Oalro and stMiiphl ojwvltmi of HMiry oitiaeii 25J.S5 By cheolu paid In April, 3W, iLjAtoyA, trade Ur Bal. td credit Uilnccomit,'..ij41 ""Mill iMTHifHU1 'OfViiaafJmuM Bl "'"' railed through Mrmilay sltmveil bat tnw llo-el- l will inaVn a tltoeouiih eaii-a- t linvo'VceM'Rttblnrt'CfitoAtiuTtiBTtwi5 No 'Ohango In Olty Hull tie GolfTgu .anaaaBBaaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBauBBBBBBBaBBBaaBaB 'I Jaaiaai . ckimm reaily for trlul this lem lionil aoooanld Mlnoo iofi rejiort. OASH HUOiJ STOllK. tidal hiUnetice orjU0lWfala exof the oly in of ilftla aamloil ill lit pact fully pubuiilted, cept tho efdewnlfc. Chlcano Mi- WMle Judge, of New MadtM, wooh a ootopiltiiK. and all and Vi. C. Joit.vsfi.v, Treac. Nowa. Mo uiimmutl v lm friend Mr. llu-riokhim will btt highly fitrtiM Circuit Court Iloins. Oonncilinnii DayU prencutcd nud nxul U in the Olty Oik wek. to the Oonucil, an individually pigtiod - a." ly thu (kturtur. A Oeorcla itidiro tlirenlonod -Iter IIiivb you soon BliatvM 5, JO KtureMloii of oninioii of the prowrty Tho Ktiltou Circuit Conrt to brain an odltor vrlth a bottle. owners and bunine jdgii owning nrop- null BOttntortM M omliiy, J udgo Kobina Nico and to tho Point, Tho lidilor wac not frightened for nrtr and doing iiuatoeHa ou iJlluum The mmr John K Spwed, of th he saw Micro wuh nothing iu it. nntl Com. Attorney Moor-iitlt- treat, with referenco lo the proposed VThrtwOullar Hue, Km buen put tu th sweruge iytem for that street, showing Hera t aotnethinK wk and brief ainl Su Jxwli ami New Orhwna trade loprosdiitlug thu Stuto. id nameii or linos lzi ravor of, iunt ub to tlia jwtttt in Sl'ftOlAI. HAltOAlKS luimen or tlruin oiiikhvi'! to it; whero- ilr. Ron ilerknain and wife, of tit GOMMISSWS SALE. uitANU junv. UhIdu Olty, ror In Umi ojtjr Hninlnj--, n;x!i, ou motion of Councilman uIIikiu, SiiiHinnr itflto of .Mllliiirtf. IS. M. IMor, foroman; J. J. Jouc.i, work on the ooiitemplated iowt wiv KUXKlnof Mr mm) Mm. .! '1'nim IT't.TfiN OInrUtT COL'ItT, KiCML'CKT. rnr thw Dkt It) dayri nil elar'i of auch lit II. RamlerH, ,1, 0. Iirovrilrr, J no defeiTod until next fall. Mr. Bmuxt WIimIow OttrtMlm. tii. m tb irotxii will be eat in uricea ki low water It. MuOehcc, .1. Ii. i J J Joock. Bxfr, &c., Pl'ffa ) Alejotitlur, .1 no King's request for a rednction of rent-wa- n oaj in mark. ltar tnataMoa, beautiful trtmiued In Hqulty vh. okt. rvferreil to tlje Hmuice couiinlttir Groon Walker, Old aM othfir aixala in MuClollun, J W & W. D. Powell, Dof't S ldhnnu at Mr. J. K Pmpm naked ix;nnilon of Vi Owr hnrirt'tlnd CIuu-to- n fdlitiM. provnitiuo nt Mac:. lUni'sa'n Ilraiiufotil, Jack Millol.J. L. By .virtue of a Judgment and Order of the Oouiiiiil to uo nbont 8 or 10""feit of URim hx a rteb ouantnr. rAM Ihwk unil J. W. ChiitnborN. rkl of the Fulton Oirouit fAmrt, renthe South side of Moulton etreet for thi to m mm wt mill bM(y hmt nlr- Ri:.SUIiUTIOS 01 BKtil'ECl. dered at the .T.uinary term thereof, 1S0S, .Urt. Loo Albm, of St IxinU, tMi purpOH of tnn ting a coaMiod and utablc THI: IS THE TIME OF YEAR MiM. 1'KTIT JUKY. 1 In iii tbi alxivi .aniio for the Mini ai Four-I- t thia biug ftri-- . t Mi. J A Wiltun, nJ fer Necly Oociim, Gro. Wnrroti, .T.ib. bat coiiaiderat.ou of on mntiim, a Mr.MMlMri. !a)U MM. of Ful- tastily, mUiar. n Thousand, Two Hundred Seventy HicRMut, Kr , May 1, 1&98. very littio tuoil. the last vrx4 ton, w.jm In vbn itar lhuidr, ximw rf I). A. liny. 8mo"j aad Kiifinn, 15d. P. Hnnl, (uiked for w an grouted nt tlm WHEN DoUirs. with lutcretit To the oftlocnt and meinliers of the M. Mr, sh4 Mm W. ft. Troy '1'htro will b mo carvloe by T. O. Asboll, K V. Klllaoii, TIioh. will of the olty. iw at tht- - rate of 0 per oeut per annum K. Sunday Soliool That COWGILii & COWOILL keep n (be Jiuwerth Laagna antulay al- - l.odfonl, ilori. i In- 'Jith day of Jannaiy, lSiW, tin-tM Metheny appeared from Mr K. . Wilson, U.K. We, the Oommltteo appointed to drat t )Mi.l, and all oosOi haeln, I sliall pro-oeOBTHK hw. mwwt into ihu Bwter lernooM. made retolu'ioDB to the loontory of our dear Thumufl, .luo, M. Allicrton, Will the Oouuoil andin Wmtooinidaiut that a ) tagnant wnd otter for sale at the llicknmn wm lmiMhir Pull Line of littio friend and fellow Samlay Sclwwl Mlwan Dranham. ThnnuM, and KIuk Itearil, Poster Porcst, lid.rrnther, Uetriinwitnl dot to the health of the city in Hickman, Ky., to the highent ft, M. HnOr, of Um Ootnbw-liUt- J of Woodland aiilln, aouuMpanUHl wibolar, Kvelyn Smith, beg ltxive to reby biddci at Pulil.c Auction, on Monday King, ,1. 0, liopor. Lou Seay, and anki-- that the pond Im drained port the following : AND l'mrtifHiiim ekurrli. win Breach Hlaa Dtckeraan. of Lnlon OUr. wen Ih A. L. Wiilkor, the r.h day of May, I89S, at 1 o'clock, 0. J. R. Weaver, .Juo. On motion, the matter wo rvferred to WiMUtBA. Almighty Ood, in hit innt Urn CMMn chumh wxi Smdar at tbaOtty thia week p. m. or t!.' ii about (liei'iK Couuty Hunt, D. O.Kuk'ont, 0. Alexander, the Street Committee. Howell finite pof, w and supremo wisdom, hat IMTMtMU rk)nrt .Uy, nimua credit of Sir, A proposition of Mr. to do aepn fit to remove from onr midst our The O. Mid t. h B B. wlU A. Flotchor, T. Hudborry. and Eighteen montitn, the following certain printing and advertising the Aifwtaffif UMMtuMM(i dearly belovbd friend and rclioolMUbe, AKD aa oaeundoti to Uhattunofara Timu. - aivu will lm b4l at Ckty Hall umx No 11, oare iiyalnat Will Willinmn, city waa, on inotiou, referred to the Tho jirop.'rty. Uvelvn .Smith ; then fore, bo it 7th Hotuul tripM.40 Tick-eg- i Ky., and the North in Old (onuuitteu. uiiy nurni m tumi- - MfrutirnaH tan Jt ui oionvw .V Kelolved, that in the death of onr col., ulmrcvtl with false Blearing, Kood rtitumlnff on Um vth A prorxi-e- fl half of LotaNiM. sm and iu aud Wat I0rarl(Mi Ximj. readjtvitment of the water ABB IX DEMAND. young friend this Sunday School liaa 4a feet of Iy)t Ko 8 in Wwt Ilickmin, --Wbm you aeu a small boy diliuent-l- tllfltnishei). and elootrir light rate wan, ou motion, W tech Tnwk, H.7, M tlM Ftintaiueu a nmI and serious loes of oue le.-rreKy., and Lote Nos. 0 nnd 7 of West to the Water aud Klootric Iight 11 nil vililinif a bue ia Um NkjrkburltMMt wns civon of its brightent aud mint enthuslastio ruokK. Always on Hand Alo, Hickinan vicinity a known and or gwdan. it k a aarer airn of a OabiuK vonr in liennott, col., metuliers, m ho, by hT fidelity and zeal All those ntoat commonly used in thin designated upon lots, all or pl.iu the Statu poiiituntiitrv for t)a.inittoe. the Oily Olerk in diruotwl -- We msl ow tndMiriM mwt havii trip than an tatprorad truck patch. the map of tho un motion in the dlouarge of every duty, bail won section of tho country can be Iiok stoullii!,'. now fwfcwifm, towu of Hickman, Ky., and owned by to procure a scitabl" look to be kitowu adwaah-l- oare the love aud admiration of every tneui -, ..ItirUju. nuarly all parta of the tatc it W & W. D. Powell, Tom Aiiklus wna Indicted for the defendant, J. the 'Ordinance Book" of the eitv of ttaiMMkvMvfftet. VoUi. la raporMd bar of thi school. 'IC thai whaat In h tirumlaui or su.lkiient tlieroof to limine tho anma Hickman, unit lian ivcorded iu it all of FOUND AT Keeolveil, tliat with utrickeu Jicwta onadittmf, and tt now Motmi aliuoat cer- famishing tools to prisoners in the ordiliHtKi of the i;iy now Ih foreflj of money eo onlmil to le made. For --TU tMtucr rWtl HwtAit. in tK tain that w will hno an abundaut the county Jail to aid in their es- and that all ordiuancia of the city lieee-u- f we do laiiitMit the lot- -i of our departed the purchase prici tho pnrchiMtr, with Bt. Tittin himI fiieud, and that we as a school do lencape, nntl was h'.msolf jailed. Ho nsdr. turn been fruit crop. r approvod ieourity or Recintlw, must ailoptiil by the Counoil be copied der to her family our heartfelt sympabr the M. and Tvnui execute bond, bearing legal interest from In it iw well as iu the regular minute eSraiflKlnnoy'fl 31. Lottln llrenti, will be tried thin court. thy in thU, the hour of their great w Hirer Pacta Oo tlio day of sale uulil iuid, raid having In tho ratio of tho Com, Ed. liook tkv lieul tnatle, nl W. V. GJtrKK'ti. FraKierfor uniting with ir-Kthe force and cfToct of a Judgment. rVlMt. OiU, Varnkhw mm! Intntit to On motion, it bi rviucttxt that n'.l Koo1vd1, that a copy of this preom-U- e JUST RKl'EIYKII. W.ifZZ J Bidders will lie prepared to comply who feci an uw ltnultw of all kinU. i(tt u HWAY.VK'ri There ani UiouaandK of puopli- in kill Dr While tbo jury returned b "Memorial Day," iuterctt in oltuci up a aud riwohitloii-- . be preeuted to the IVwkSUwxi ur a day to be K't ire family of our deceased friend, and tho Tho largest lot ot (arpot Sampler ever promptly with these tcruw. thla ixmniry, tuiwUilnir to uaht thtu rcrdlct of guilty, and flted IiIh for the decoration of the graven W P. TAYLOR, mtl lei take . (rr.'t deal of uluax-u- t pttuiHliuicut at 1 your in tho same lie spit ad upon tho record of tho brought to Hiikman, all grades from OWiw IXmorrat Mr. J. J. (J. 1km. aalrw, Master Commlwiouer. 1 iuvito le- UttJ tJene t rj-- luwt at Olty Hail . i to the flaunt Sunday Sihixil In telttna: just how tlu wrx ihuald ilanwtl, of Kkilmaa. npml Bandar imI Monday iimin , OUi liuit., at 7 30 o elu k. By Tom DruHf, Su.. D. O. ovry body locall and mc tKotn Krapwtfully snhuiitted. MUMV W MM rttr, I be irtKat of lint buoamed on April 23d, IbSi; He voral mlndcnicntior oanes linvo for tlie iiariMkwi of nainliii.. a Anv utul II C. UMBKUO . .ltfii'A.M. tuinii. WtiU6rMrBlIf,Val.Itii,MaaMMMM .nialiUiu.nuUlikwiuruiuiuuiuultlijrttXir auaaMiiirnAaijai !1Sr1tllK,VelWr1"lnetlr ". . '" jiAino stvvk num. ) waa Mrgaty attawana. ta wi.ua bcorrirlotirnmrnHtJBMinitoseitr-- Ih bo-- I tHKiasiou. Jas. O Wsah.v. nifrat Tho huslnoas of the court On motion. (Vinncil adjonriied. of th aadlcoop, It will Vxrth row hnrae, etm or hcaat. furaikin two-lhir-d W I.. MrOtrroiiDN, O. O, liux)Miit'a 1Jiv Rnwx. atd the antiro iwoaraui was well rooeiv-e- l nt; (linmtched with proinptno&N. It lTr I lie Origfii Wnllr. and ai4auUl (Tiarlie OnoK-- , an "NAiMC ON EVERY PIECE.' ItaAop T U U111IU7, IJtcwr of AVkv Uuuifi , Tlie rake Uiiniitalilo dlfl'croiir.o between Ths And everything a Farmer noeds to KvMtwcVr, will Kvsult at I ho M.hi1int waa nwanfwt Kd The cnfco walk properly had its and WUlie men lo energy. A CtiiMr-!bidastronc will, n at 11 a. in Kvcrvrud origin nmnii"; tho Fronch negroes White ; and aetoul prusv to John ltob-er- t settled , cinko bis crop, woro never cheapaurdMlr Utrltvt. ptirpoitc, and ilotcrnilna-tlouand Oawle Cros ell of Louisiana moro than n ccntuty oau nonoiiiplifh nltnont MOTMI.VO Imt HUwiktV Ckuwl- - iwW ago. Thete Is littio doubt il ia nu Ah exchange pi ran tho follow inic aa Hiid in HiIh lien tho diatlnc er than these prices t by Ovyvc. -.suxt&oirshoot of some of thn old Fronch an ntnolleut aytw of Kirdiinir fur Hon botween grout uioit and litllo roa SMC BY Tb W. O. T. U ot at Mr. youuK wiviw Make vtmr ImIi wirlv In country dances. Il resembles eov-ertG.OO Stool Bronklng Plows, men. That yon cannot havo 0. 1.. IUmiOhV tain af HTWNia at I o'cWx lite DiuruUiK. buttona on your of them in form. From Now ti.60 Star Chilled No. 11) AU iitomtHWH or raaa'tM to r jwim-t'H- t, ahirt, do not rnke up irneraiu-na- . COWGILt&COWGILL. Tbo twonty-Bovontnnnnnl Orlcana it spread over tho entire 0.75 ax :m 4actkm of uttcar Star Chilled No. 20 w III be protect the yimim ami teuiler Kon-tnckSouth nud thotico North. It wns ,UM. 2 0(1 Singlo Plows of your fiHnily, plant a inll r.f oti inoetinc of tho Soutliweotorn Medinal AoHOoiutlon will bo found of convouionco to tho planon your face, qarefnlly root out 2.00 Dottbio Sbovula -O- fcartfci IWrV RHd MiM Mart Br .fifV usiet a xood held in Pa dn cub Mny 1? mid IS. MU Sbaw and M1m OtNu, all unary f 1st BISTKICT IIIIUUA I'lOAAI. ASS'.V. tation negroes. Tho programme Ib an olnboralo1 At a cnlto wnlk a man micht lo Grt. A0Ut and Mi Hiitwrk crop of happlne I a dance at VaUm IMj laat The Oit f'uticil Ktioiied the ono, nnd tho nluoutiiic glvoo prom The 27th SemlAnnual ineetingof the git mutely show his preforeuco for i Tltatailajr of being very auccceuful nutl cmtMtrocUou nt the (Jlintou street a woman, nud tints publicly claim a Rill ! Il r fN&viNV tHit VO Ih4bfV i irst Dihlct Kdueationul Asocnitlnu cake-walAU kinda of Molltng Material toitil fall after hxt, the Board of intcrcfitinc one. -avhiu Maybi.id, Friday and Snttit-.iy- . her for a wifo. In effect tho I oh taattd. Lnmfcer, Drein., flaah, BUiMb, Health hallux adruuKl a((aint nch wns not different from tho A number of Hiokman lieoplo vi- it May 18th aud 14lh. Muyfleld will work at thia of lite year. Beaidw l'alwM, on. Leete, liinucM, Ho. which to In nr It UepefMl that the IVmucIl ean liy od Fulton UuliopofKeutuckv. Be T ( H. U. AMMUKi ntcrtain the Assoointion. A rate of old Scotch mnrriago. U. Dudley, Auoii,:! only public acknowledgtiiat tlui mote tliorouvhly advb-- l faro ha.--. Ikxiii seeurwl ic and thu umulier w ere : Mm. J. W. Cowi.t . MlaMw Mat awl Itwatn INrbi and H4 to plan of couktriictlon. and thereby attending ment fiom tho contracting parties. Marie Ibvrard attmletl a ilauoe at I'ul-tn- guard more witaluly affaUut a proba- Mrs. lleury Cowinll, Mi Maty An hr ' mm till riilro.uU. So this festival became, in oonio hod, MUs Anui; Ontteu, Aln. Jack Mil . Miutdar ertsaad wtTv nacmnpanHMl bility of full are ! ould buy a through tioUt to Slavfleld n wooing, an noceptancc or liowMfky John TyW, Wauie OardMr let. Mrs. Oallln Parker. Mi. IW. KUlaon .) t gtt certificate from aent that they Oka Aluatidrr rejection and a ceremony. This STATIONARY STATIONARY I Mlat Boalah Booitltur, MWehLiKht, M.tl ThK certlGoate, when explains Ha popalurilv uith tbo nd full fare iui'1 Inne lNrw, Mr. C. B. Timmh oim , A wawfaiawlltim of rmr a4ranticet Mim Maliel (Joalder, and lte o'li .i b the Secretary of tho Ahxdn-tonArcher mU reatM4Mfa), a kwtricl rnvlow aT lino in tho town U at lkt(hcr. The will curille holder to return ticket iilneks, outside of i to beauties, Inekjuaii ttd l'nltim cimttir, a km-twith the iiocompanlmout of music, faro. the drnKKi''t. .t A very miiet WiMldlnif ooenrred tu Bccans-Um witttprW rf nor Trat yon haven't loU of monov fin the himutuu we notice work iv- - which is cotnpotcnt.nt all tiinee to aftertheyomur the Knight lioftil Ohfcai Ui mocral t)aKtr Trtwl IMitkat Tnltty folluwiiig Pulton ijouuiy cotumnud negro pitpport. v uu uiii-...i.. uiu .. uj mi' iM.uri ju'iu .i.i tiun' i...i.. cued -the A Morioaim of Vxluuul Milln mew eiy noon at 2.AV, the enutractuiK Tif' AiMr fiir all kitula of eftbinol atriottc and were mtiiC to Culm. Twin, beiiiff Mr John Melton and Mir "irtles Calto walking liaa improved, aa Vnu-itLitwHinr in tlie Uuml Sohoola."' Inartrki UhiU. 1amt urica. Otirerw. wera ahod and many blMwiuica Kliiiiht, Ixitli of thU city. Iter PRICES do most thingH that are couatnul-l- y er Mu I3nlla . Diuk. It baa lost ito old "Karly Training and Kiivirouiiients," THfl OoarhM diMHwtlnuad tho war 4towerud unii thunt a tlt? time for Booghei, of Hiekiua!, aMAted by Bev. OTHERS CHARGE, their ilepartun canie. but when. Un Price, of Ihin city, HclcmurMd the Mrs. it C Innian slguincntico In the South. liaUntlM pruvitd lKun-tifn- ! rite ui awordauiv with the Tliw ltttiaitiuu4i of lh iwyle fchrlll whlatle of the VkkhikMIvo tirokv "Tlio CoiTolntton of lvducntioual Fore-.is.Dou't think you rimt now got married, when tboy HIOH of the Rpiaco tUNrriaifr. Ml Hattie WiKou. MHdar Witf eirlirauMt will not 1 aati. the rtllluea of ninht, they mialook it marry nl all, in tbo whito folks' The wedduiK man-l- i wan SpanUh and lwat pal chnn-for tU vtnr nry of th PRICKS to get the Social aud Civil BUilc." Prof. J. Hurt with brief toltanwtw. nlayil by Mii Lucr Oobum. Fnlkm fashion. It linn, howover, become .a Itaaty rotroat C. Ohe It ba ke'H Mil Uuanl It in't always neoMiiry. hii vtnfuetit jm- n pantomime dunce. Properly perThe (ilokmnn Ilufilnnss Mon's rm mat iwm'( ami war la n 11 vo formed, tt is n beautiful oue. Tho The Chiirlraton, 5Io.. Knterprv It at all here at prosut. 7STKCK I iwtt willing ti trtlrlpaU in Jiu fisuur Aenootntloii liclil u roulnr incut-Iii- r : A Keiillrmati who nan just onko is not much of a prize, alWe have lots of homo brightuetM for nvo, imt uo a.piratHnM t) m inrnv Woiliipariny nl(lit. Following Rayn knowing theuvelves All ltartiee from a trip in a xirtiou of some. ftwem InUi tho myUrii of tlia Inttci in tho lino of now bnnliii-aa- , thoy to tho firm of Sanders & Rice though tlio negro has a sweet and Kentucky nuys that tho po-pi- e . j4aM. will plotiM) come fonviinl aud Mtttlo at tooth. Now Orleans Times Demof tliat portion of tho couutiy would BKD LOUNUKS from f6.80 up. plnovtl an onlor for JC0 00 worth onci, its we wUh to close np tho late ocrat. iyOno bnrrel of rniiml Iiood of tho propoaoil Oourier l'rntlc liotmLse any orojis thw year (Hi aocoTiut Bui: is N.o flrci's business. Ohio river Hull for 7rnt, for tho Kdilion jKipcra. Thev also took of the Kront tntorvnt miinlfceteil in thu SMITH, STEPHENS Kueoef-sor- s to Bouders & Rico A Sluutltr on IIIcKniaii. WHrfiltililllon They itiviibi their time ucxt SO ilHin. nt M. 11. SiiAw'rf. up thu qui'Htion of inakhic n uaa in traveling a ilhtnuoH of from ono to - llttla of.) lib-a- t Ilmlcmnn. tiui inlliw to thu mil rood (station to gut a ilnr of tho ltd blna hlnW, wlw 7Tha nnNIa D..U;, IMme.H jj J&drJjuriV Jll-wi- io -when tho n'icxt Tiibbr IiiHiiriMl? . jlltntfrg.Uftmj nel 10 I 11 IwrMlltfef of newpiHir, and return home mid rwul uauueooi wiw timewere regaqlni n niulluiuue HiirlturT-PWi U until It U timo to go for miotliur one. tVH raft. lUtrduuccti to a iiunk oushiei uoinwa. in When yon think of having your Ufa drop wen) perimtrt ' he tioH. To )ii(jnWtH8 KiiKliab niwrrow Tlmy are tho moit patriotio peoplo liv- the tiext. Hot cr insured the llnt intention should re, "Is at Popular liluft' tho other day, by nitMt lUfugrccnblu of tho old ni ing M prolKiiuy rtiaiHt)llui lor the alunttCH Their ulaoo has been taken bv .n if it safe?" The Mutual Life of Xiw tho hoiol man with whom be wns of llil pretty little uiiMor The following ihtsohs are in tho tho must iiU'iMiut mwlicuu ia uv , York bcung the largest and stmugit of stopping. Holmes afterwards re.1 Dt.u all llnmcial institutions, with Atets, city .ilteudiug clii nit ooltrt thia Vteik IJhainbirl'dn'is t.'olic, Ohol.ru Mr. aud Mrs. J T SIoiiIumw imkI H,000,tH)0.00, surplus 83.0'K),f0.00, turned to tbo bank, presoutod a It In not uiil. unul J V Flonrnov, M. C. l'avne, John It rhoei Bern, dy Mi HimIWi Amlrjf, Kft Mmnlv nilit !.a yon will very untnrally select that com- ohock for t7.10, got 500, in cash ford. D. A. flay, T M. rlmith, J W more ugrt i alle to take, but i mi mioun iu iMiimroiiMi or me and deposited tho balance. lie t'liamlion., J (1 Browdor ami John Ty- hi1 II al ttvti nurta and cure- - (in lv pany as the KUfodt M IS. Clinmk. Kmitli. at Itnltlmr Upon ai.kiug the hooond iptostinu, ler of Pulton . Sam OriMilaiiil, 13. O. Por sale by T. T. Swayue. thou skipped for Canada, (or HickTher will alan viiit WimIiiiiuIimi Oil tho oontrai t ti goinl one '" yon w ill find Park, .Tndge Kobertaon, of Mnvlleld-Ki York, I'JuUilililila, iiml otlmr The Fulton Guard njiorta tie fol that tho Mutual Life imen every dir-abl- man, Ky., no (lout know which, ns . J Wnnlwi. Ifcl Pnwlcr. J W" I'Miant uitii. form cf Life and Kndowinout In both iirehuveus of rofttgo for crimof Wieklitrej T. M hlmltnrnc lowing omiversutioM which i a.d and J. O. Bririgewater, Baidwull ; Cluu have oeourrml biitweeu two imtiio". SQitiuee, InvMtmeiit BoniU and Aunm inals and the check was n forgery, L. Tim UMt finality of Kid Oluvtw, ay ties, aud it will lie an eay matter for of course. Poplar IJIuff Paper. Oravea county : One said he .i DlMCk, N Walkir ami W W Dngan, wlittt and w.liinxl, hImi Silk 'uloviw nnjllitt!. am U fomid at W. J Oat... Tintonvillo, Twm. been a llnmihlioan. but wto. umh.-- ti yon to got a contract cimeially udaptul a to your lucllnarioiia ami ciremnstanecH turn DoiiKjunit , tliat the tiiuen h id II. 0, Ammkimi. 4'lf.lmu J It Knox, Tumton, Tonn. Tub governor of Alaska, argea hard ovur sineo tliat "dug g"iud "' 1, In reply your tlnnl tnestun. "In it tho appointment -- OiiMNirt to be ijivvu at City Hall of u commission Fiom (lm wrnllipr and crop report man, Wall Street, hud got all ih' n i elieap " to The Mutual Life Iming a pur. Ttiuetlay, Miy ITtb. Tho unrniiimv of tin.' Departmi'i.t of tho Agricultural e? in the oountrr and would not consisting largely of porsona falv mutual eoiiiany furninlie Iniu-.iiie- .' Mill be mao up of tiauo ituartoito ( Bunmn it. nnpi'iH that the fruit crop any " The other fellow was m t.' "f io ltn nienib.nM at the exact t, nnd miliar with that territory to reALL OTHER GOODS AS CI 13 P AS TI1K CHEAPEST I w;w not nearly k Kidly ilauiagtMl an at war with .Spain, nnd ho eouhl n lliatHM SlmiuiaJ, jitauo doi-t- i nee you will find unou iiivuHtigation that port u system of legislation suited andu!.. toeal anltH 'xiw tirnuvj"il avcumiMui miiueporieii xtiw in gopti nowi., what Ix'iiellt the oabiuet wan to t'i- .' v during the flftv-flvof this ! to tho peculiar conditions existing mania, tiwif"io u!(i, owlMttJl iJu.l jHvially coiicurnlng tho ponuh orop, ornuient, aud that it ought tol ta .x'd existence, It ha betn no .'.el-loutlwhich wai thought to ho totally dHHtrov-o- iiiio a clothes okest. eiiKiuiHiu aMieniimw, uianaged, that the average oost in Alaaha. Tills ia tho only way l!itllrttii4 iKwtcil in our corner by I lie fntitHot April 8th, Oth und'tn. to Insurance of bringing order out of tho chaos of oaeh -A ooloroil lirWhec lawwhlnr a fofjZ- Try a lmx of PJiiladnlpUt Cli"0-oUt- e has uieiuliers than in $1,000other Com- now prevailing In that country. ITpon osamiug tho bud they uro found ! wimlciw every two hoiim. any boen 1ps uial iwniMHi over a mrmlor of lite ftirk il eoyonul Mohwiw Caudy. tor 100, lie nil right. Tim nporU arc osiiecial-lpany, AsKCiatiou or Asr.WMiiieut order I'roseut laws nro not only inndo-qu- a NOT aa WHrrtom, but a Juipleiuent who ImmI oottiittMl iiloidf. aiiid. "Wn BEST OFFER Ever Made by fiivorwblu from tho Vitei!i Rt'tinn, at 0 oyer's V prmninenti ; and This Company iitMires Iwith men and tor th Um' tokvii Hinili'if, On wo li ealWil on to to protootioti of lifo and and from the Northern count jo of the Hero is an Bom from an v h utgo women iu any Amount from fl.poo to of dlariHMt toimr Into brrHber, wtto uot on onr gtxil look im olevnr s aya. Kastern fot'tion of the Statu, where and nvorj grootir will testify 'hit tho $1,000,000, lit rates accoribug Muge and property, but uutlloieut authority tafcfcM il jKililiin IniwI In lib iwu IiiiikIw We'll iiMiko prk'HH tliHt'll wake biw frttiu are rained morn iibnmlaiitlv tlinn plelnro i a true ouo In orerv pu alar t IRtlK PAOKS BVIT.Y plan, ranging from f to i u OOO oo per ll'ir n.ifirflliin fllAOl Id ICnotri.l nittl ml dniiM.il it aud it II ml do wiup or lm that'll make IliekiiwuV linplu-meli- t South or Kwt of thu Blitegraiw region WM5K t'OK ONLV a rt,t.XX).oo. Don't wait 'till you get 6ick. pieco-moii- l legislation would bo CMV&tatu "A uibhler irt the uuiu who ent-rUfa Stora it Mnweim 'to tho f.trnmrM hia tlngei into ft Tlio atnto conituerciulooiivoti-lio- n grocery storo, runslaps up iiiople of but If you are now in good health, and likely lo add to tbo confusion nnd mid of udvunLiKa to th wholu farinliiB Republic, tb best .snerat uwArer priatti In the Ths .u.imtj I'tuu.TKY and R with iuhurauce and hiulneiM ouuiiunuity. nt LouIh villi), uoxt WetlnrB-da- Hiig.ir barrel a handful of a ucr-- , then have noabout it, or consulthave a DUtile uncertainty. world, atiusinlnic nil ili newa ia olichi p'sss twic-a-aj- i( uud Tl Rriidi) onuces; eati L'llUon if you A torn quiiii lily Jut rucaivml. Will We uraaelliUKnntl Thursday, May 11 biiti 12, goes over to the cheese oae ami ' fs off iiisiirauco, and tool like yon need home MouVI Mnatiuo oaa yer fur SI.SO. niuko limu lay, mid luiprure tho himllli The Republic Uinnlny Mainline mi lk iiwpp4r of 1,'J". A $16.00 oomlilned drill ami planter, ?8MH) will bo iittemloil by lrtrgo crowtlu asljoefor u taste, then as a inn r of more, eonsult B, R BUWou about it. or f your fowl. At home jiiiirnl of lb i in rs, if oIh, 18 large piJ1' Vry neti, 4 I'"," oi fuu, 1 1 4 8.00 from ovory soclion of tho otato. r ome, he miiHt have a few .0i) niac Oultlvotora, jon should hse uulortunatelv joiin d UurxoNUR'a Dittra Hroua ap his motile lierimiiut Society, or other p4Knof ili liiiiioid aud rvlin iriiil.l. Il Mmimaa iwi tiih-U- s IS.SO OnltlvHtw, 'now duiKirtora' 1S.0O Tho poopln nro outbtisiaDtioally in nnd perliaiw, before he luw mad ii 1 Now West Hickman pttlnrcs ii(l crloniK ihta In any ettir publiallna. mind to buy a ipiartor of u pound ' iea, colled cheap insurance cimcern, and la fiirtttuii that any-un- a S.6o Sluel PiHiy l'low. 00 fn vor of it mill villi It alwuld do. everything ho hud eaten the profit ou two .t.ili.inj havo tduoe found it to lie a iIcIumumi and Morn mtcd wiilr iai nriuli inirUmlu to Tba Beutlle Magiiln llisa ta titmHUil with rliwiinutiim tmi tfnt Big Slock of Uepalra at eU jiticw. pnaniblu lo tunko It n anocosn in worth of geocerlos. To wind it u'l up, a Hiiaiti. as thev all are., mid if it is not ny ntbvr Wnrn publiciiimi. uroinpt rolltil from imlu hy nwilytUK Tbe MigHiiue will b vlf mIv Iu caneiieii with tbo eiai-fo- tl ovury imrtlonlur. A bauqitot will after getting trusted for thu .. ou yet too late you will find it to vour adR Wo want your tnul. tJhitiiibvrliiltiV 1'nin Balm. Thaiulelc b wspi. pufclio, hut U imlU.l opr(ly bo given Thnrsilay nigbt to tho which tho mercuHut rualUM a profit of vantage to coninlt R. R. Klltt.011 about handles Food-utntf- , ri'llwf It iitlonU U worth uumy tlm!F it Nay, Rran, AJdr ill arilvia w mam hing it. live cents, tigt. ( eoutn. Thu if ilrt uin) JsopsPkiwaNd -- tlTORlCt tlolefirttoH, unil this part of tho an nnnlo. ho leaves thovtore lUCIOIAN'S Thix piutnro U a rosluv. sx- Tt U lflwi-- i i lrt .ln.i .1 Avenf f.v Oats and StookPehs, as ohoap as KVAV.itl.tU.Ki. S.oiiIn, prugiiitnuitt wiii bo ouo ot Its oetit (tot miii.iUiii(- - ibe nibt-- r hy 8 ftljo Mutual Life IttaaruBoe Company, of l tiny oau no suid, h. VG y KuL, Y rniii'to ntltct enr? Tor tula by T. T - k .. . ' -- eZmi plinoitnteiit foattirea. a.VxVDBHS to lWWVKft, IVop. JL.JL. nm purohrwo the hst. 'i'JiuuG 98, J?reo Dolivery. f. Hioktnau, Ky. 5T.lll 'ww York, at . m McDambi.' and Tinnee, uinnh loan fintKisl In tT.fy reaMH)t than I link man, have liii attOfHMafnl in RtlnwIliiR attoutioti by jiHlloioiwly wtvortWna themlvi, whlen fnriiM a tangiWi renon to exM't Ktvat rotvnui frum au editlim Mich an wo pnipie to lnio for our own lle. littlfl rity. We I'xpMit Ui tho work 'with halftone ctn( dupttoatlnit aootmte yiewaof oar jud-li- e huidlnn, mncIi an hcIhhjU, rlmrohea aud txHtrt Iiohm-- , and aa ninny of oar onuutifnl homo mid juiratu builnnm Hull Bonrlng ImitdliiKM mid pnttrulU of onr wldn-awake 1 handnoniti illuatrMlM tho llirsinaii Ounrinr. Tic objnet of till work, aeidn from nbowitiK Ike loml prldn we feel our ottiaeiM to Ih inllmwl with, U to irtry to lh oat-h- l orld onr niiniorou lutturml ami ttMonroos. lim moral lone of inanity, nHilthechamotorof hiMlunw nrprtiMUitntioua, nil of which art potoni iiillumiem leiidiiiK to divrt new capital W our iU-- h mid lixxito in our Dililut aowio of Uih mnnr liidnatrinl entori.rUcM that are aeekitiff the v'kIii ftakh of thw Mtfldle Smith. Oilier town in lawilng Ken-IuiiI- a jMkw Not- - "$&) l winth i nl, Mayoi Dillon. II'mIiu. Worn u, Davla, J AHartM.Pg' OomteUn.au Bllll"i fauiluw and Mar fd, 1. i 5Z. JfmhWWta(Mti ngiV1rfHfcPr.rffirli'rt'' JtJ'itt nninfn.ntmmn??!?!?!?!!?!?!?!?!??!!?!!!!?!!?!??!!???!!?!??!? . fc sj W3tf bJfcWhttfWOyrwt SilABT SAYLNUS ,S0M r (ft for Our Health. health. reinlnr lllCCt Tin. in(iiitu of Mm lug, including tho udjourued uiootltigi af of Annl !th mid llth, ruid a calledmeeting of April SMIth, wuro read, uppioveii ana mgncn. wero TrCH4Jit 'Plin fnlliiulnir em ! iwopvrly approved, which, on motlou. Weie allowcit and ciieuk'H orucrcii for the amount: N' C. A: Kt. Ij. Bnllr'd Co., freight t,7.c on J tar sewer pine, W Ij McOntcheii, Olty Clerk, for 20.00 Ktreot pay roll for April, Paris & Parker, for hauling on ftreelx and payment of haiubi CO.Cli fn l.wul illrt. 0.00 ,Toi Nooiinii, diutiug prlnonor. u-- -i ll.ltilllMtfMI. Men cmbrncca every thing Ihfc htiiiinn rnco ehonld bo but lo not. ap No woman l im b.tntlsomo an alio tJiinka flotne man thiukH ebn in. - JM arVT When the cliOBt falls lo walk lr the end inan'd bones cease io rattle. Monoy tulks, bnt tho (diver dot lar means only ubout half what it " We'tc not in InisliiPM for imr prtweiiled hi reiKirt for mouth Of April im follows : We don't acll Wiooa at oost nni't poIIimIm! for liirbt. water two tbin;p : fn ami Our low price oouit) from fK.M retuir. Wo kmiw how to bny rlj;ht and e'r By am't aiient for month, M0.41 m lhtnr lo rich nlowly. It hurt wliat lue Sopt laftt rcp't .30 SSOW wo innko on omi pair of Show that Bnl. iu treasury to cr. thU ao't, 2014)2 counts ho inucht im the jiroflt wall niako The Olty TruuuNir tilni tho follov.-lu- g on yoar rejwrt for month of April i n. ii. uraviini, iwinring luiu nn, TheSupt of water and eloctrlolightij ct Regular Trade, OE.VBIIAt. Kt'Nll ACCOt'XT. To ImI. Ui am'troe'dofW. Ii McOntchea, n.M MM of Tom Dillon, jr., treo-inr- lat report, 165.C0 Walch this space next week for Bargains in Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, etc. L. P. & W. S. Ellison. appreciated, The wlugti that rli.lies havo nro nearly nlwoyR used in goiue of coining The pen Ij niTghty Rod tlioro Is a certain kind that aonio mon rr onght to live in. .cy ricultural papers. It is as hard tc isr.pnsa on eoino men tho eooond tiuio a: il eitay ta do It tho first time. Every cmididato la a polo used by the polltlcion in uu effort to .....www ... W...W.U. iuiati)iiuuii. 8otni? wrltem cct r dollar per I word tiud notuo wronp doors cet nioro thnn that when tboy talk saucy to tlio ladge. ,lt.la Raid Uiuv U waUia ot Ufo Tho tiioBt nacccBful fannrrs acoin lo be nctiniR8 editors of ag- ftaya. Tbo remarks of n cellego prof, o.ouir nre usually Honiowlinl tan to logical. Kind worcln never die; if they did probably they would bo uioro .i ?. RIOE - it"tull vnrti i T Wwi? iiriiiiiii 'es con-vcnc- il pro-sldiii- n .r ipplt !., mmmmmmmmmi:MMiimmmmmm Don't Forget Iwll. li. Blood Purifiers n , Ooiut-houM- hh lllrkj r th- J. CHILL TONICS JOUH H'ilVVHl m Chill Tonics llS'-clv- o to-wi-t" Ili-k'ii- Iit y mxu Jfc rsm, v eittrl ar t'-- v. pT-hoi- - peoi-lontlar- - .. ..' rol Don't Make Up fm $?Pf$' LOWNEY'S Chocolate Bonbons, lItrCJGIl'X'H. ouo-thir- d Per-ions onn-tlilr- Swayne's Drug Store. 'eM,t ,. of :ake Plows, Eos5 Hak09 nny-tliln- Your Mind 'f h y Piellg nl, Mdl ti. e. Nek nr trapr line; villi, twir flBvy m iioti - LeSgfW If i H. LEDFOBD ROGERS. 1 n ad 1 ShflW. '. iHlti. ouf -- ui iardware, Qaeensware, yvrjr Uii tkr nuatl-fiuifca-- y o ein-nuai- Kt. jy " Groceries.., lr lnc Free Delivery. Tn-mviM- & u), FIRST CAR JUST REOiSIVEB -- ir Arc I'on a vii'-ivn- -- Kra-lier- -- hl ,'id 1 WAR i o Com-panv- 's y d - t- - y lo-dn- )y The a Newspaper! rti). 34 wiiit-Niok- ly y - L. POWELL nt Grocery Store bl tit ki fr 'i'Ut: in" uiui,ii yto. 11 -- ,,'i At-.- f . a!rt Jt .i... Mu-- i oi. '.UJjiXi w m imi i i W'-JfJJ- t -- .jiyyjiB 111 II I """'-- - " V THE QUEST OP FORTUNE. t'ntiiilnna Westlti. In front of which thcro shall halt f0 The "incaletilsble mineral weallh"rif new splendid uiulpagca on the ttabhalh Iv found mining regions laigely run liy a) n ure J'e Pouml, flns-- sir. (inaaleton, dlrates and proinntett by day, I would havo a church up to tlJiii'itnllon If our Onl- Take ths? (miiuiiI s it in too many Inttanrea really a whoso gntea there should com i a long A Mcliglon That Offers No Apology and ltlsht IW.nU. fable. The products of itidimtry In hgitj. procession of tho suffering and tho Deals Vigorously mate flclds of enterprise nearer home are far stricken nnd the djlng begging for nil urer and promise more stable toward". No Cold "The longer I live the more firmly I im mltlnnce. You do not necu the Gospel convinced," said Mr. (Intxleton, "tlialaman one will go unrewarded in the matter of im M'llli the Ills of Hie Wnrlil The IiitiisIops proved health who iu regular!) llnstrttrr'a g throncof ludcincnt In thoe.chango. Ho ns much ns they. You havo goal who wants a fortune has Kt to do ofVlce .Vlnat lie lliiW'lj Mr! nml I'rinni't- besides vvish for it. Kurtunrs, In. tie Mninarh llittera for malaria, dytpepiia, has summoned the righteous nnd the things In this life. Whatever may Im Ijr Jtriillnrt lj- the Filters of TMs biliousnets, &c. ml mull, are shy, very shy. lit one form What your future destiny, you havo had n. wicked to come bofore him. rw llellef. and another they are xiiuiiig by all the was IS 17? A day of Judgnientl What pleasant timo here. Hut these dying time, hut they won't stop for the mere nik A I'ecalhvr IVrllna, , however of which I speak, polite and graceful and ear This discourse of Dr. Tnlmage Is rev was 1837? A day of Judgmentl What populations want nnd sulTcrlug, bv ren. Tlie acnutlon of homesicknrst has been or two son of their what- I nct the Invitation liny be. We tniKht sit varlomly decnled, but never more graph In families, and wns the extreme ileprcssion olutionary for good A dav of jndgmcutl Io ever may Iks their future destiny, aro out on the v cranda from now till dcoinxlii) cmIIv than hi' a littln uirt u tin tulli... . M. churches, and nations nnd especially venrs nco? There are tnsny medicines I tut palliate caught n severe void which resulted lot uovv anu acrupe rue every line or anil atlSms. There are lew that do mule Ihau asthma Alter taking .Wtois' prescripText, Acts jou think that (iod is going to wait In perdition now; ami if there lie any ami tint aim along and ukni all in, but from home and mamma, sat liesvy-eenpproprlnte for this time. came 'cm 'em relieve for a Unit the opnronl breathing tions for a long time without bencAt, I al ni ti iioiei mine 3tvil., 0: Them that hnvo turned until He hns burned the world up be comfort In Christ's (lospcl, for Ood'a never one of 'em would atop. '!hey might of the ufleier. Trine ate lew dl.t.r length msdi use of A)cr'a Cherry I'rcln-ra"Aren't sou hungry, want to come in, hut nothing abort of aetiwl aunt,, vvun vvnom hc wat ilcsr!"' ssked her mote truiibleiome ami more Irritating hither fore He rights these wrongs? I tell sake give it to them! U. and was romplruly cured tlu world upside down nrceoinc trsviling. than ailhnia. It lulcrfeita alike with KlTCilCL, tlict -- wood, Milt. . Involution I Tho prido of the church colliring would bring 'cm in. 'I he fait it you nay Kv ery day is n day of judglitiilneis ami with plrasuit. II wievrnta Mississippi, 1.201,000; Missouri SI 11t: also." "Does your head che!" must come down. The cxclusiveness that if vvc vvaut a fortune we've got to work Is n wild, bellowing mob ment. ol the ily aiul makes the night Thcro cnlofmcnt A "No." Xorth Carolina, 521.7PJ: OMnlir u.33,- a terror. tctnrdy fur atlliiu woulil he "Home tlma tlncet bad a terere attack; The fraudulent man piles up his of the church must coino down! Tho the liouso of Jason, in ThoMii- "Men have made fortunes, to be urc,vlth-ou- t halttit by thoiiiamW as the greatest possi. ot asthma, accompanied with a bad cough 'Wliatl.llienntiert" ?5I: South Carolina, 030.403; 1enne- - i.rouml Wlin t hns the man done M3 gains; bond upon bond, United Mates tlnanclal boastings of the church must amf w orUing. Oil msy riout up out the ground ionlc.i. tile boon that eoyM be offered Ihem. There and a general sotciirst ol the ointtried nulvered, I consultrd fee, 23(1.781; Te.a. 2,122.701: Utah, 123; greatly to olfiiul the people? lie hns security nboro United Mates .security, come down! If monetary success wore one man owns and rover him with riches, s The rhild'j lip the lieartt and the aild. In It a tcmeily for asthma, lir J C Avcr's muscles. remedies, but physicians and any tone tn grieve without getting rations man may And iron ore in hla land, for homel" Albany Argut. "I'm so Virginia, 11,510. Cherry I'ectoral has cured liuiulrrdi of telle I finally I look Aval a Cherry emolument nbove emolument, until the chief Idea in thechurch, then I s y Another on. Hut aiirh esses been entcrtiilnlnjr l'nttl and Jus com eases of lhl OKrase. and testimonials lo are so few In and o It Is stated tl.ot the larpe and In- rades, Its efficacy Irom those who have tried the cured and In a very short lime was entirely mob an n on ml the house Ills property hns become n great pyra th.it the present mode of conducting number that they don't count: the clunrec J. Kosri.Lt, Vlclorls, t s. creasing amount of raw cotton tahen mid cry, lho remedy arc multiplying with every jear "S.y, Hiram, bo you agoln' lo tow n "Ilrliijr out those turbulent mid; nnd ns lie stands locking at it, I finances Is the best If It is .vuw,,u1v . of our fi,ii)( inn in that nnj are ivillli The eases presented In the testimonials from the current crop by mills preachers! They nro Interfering with lie minus it can never be destroyed; many dollars you cm gnln, then tho I not worth considering. If we would lie ritii directly C Ayer's Cherry Pectorsl It Witowa . . may br taken as eaempllfylng follow, Pr Ibr- stotes Is more from the cotton-prov- i e, uncle lllll. I cot to clt the mare that quick an.1 radical a:tlonol this fteat the world over ss one of the most effettiee And work early nnd t for the our business, iliey nre ruining our but the Lord Clod comes, and witli His present mode is the best- - Hut If It Is vvc mut work tune.it. Plug at tiimipm' Jer and do wrap medicines for the cure ol coughs, coldt, remedy. Lite, all the keep it. than ever an Important factor In estl rellglcnl They nre actually turning little linger pushes it all over. the saving of &ouls from sin nnd death, plugging at it. There is practically and other '"! wimmeii folks h'gli oldCan l git anv croup, whooping cough, atihint, !"" uo Ten leul. matin? the annual production. You build a house and you put into and bringing the mighty population " houl a year ago. t taught a bad cold and all affection of the throst ami thing fer jou!" the world upside down" . which tcsullcit In asihria so severe that t tunes. It It not, at are ta san con ill - lt Attn. Iii.n.., j ears ago, only ibout 6 per cent, of a, The charge wns tru ; for thcro Is it a rotten beam. A mechanic stand- of our cities to tho knowledge of Ood, wav. mn utirt Ml- -, 'ij awaf 1,1. 41m nof qlnt rtll .l. rf.MM . - tm. lllllll liu FljH I'Di. iu" ,,w tut the llll.llllliMl mere "soothing was Ihreatenrd with suffocation whenever medicines, ("..SOO.COO bales was ued by nothing Unit so crop of a hevp of Mull to the atorc, but lct possible U9V of it, tta)a she vjantr irckon she'd trust ttic nor no one Ifriend recommending on my bed A temporary remedy, and palllaltre. iri'ip." la bul It with sin, ing by says: "It will never do to put then I cry, Hevolntiont It Is coming to male relief atleiniucil to lie down dealing directly, will those states, u hllcdurlnp the year 1S9C-- 7 there is nothtug so ruinous to every thnt beam In; It will ruin your whole fast I feel it in the Mr. I hear tlu IHJOr: the man that works for all link Ayert therry I've a radical how and kctps forever Ot it is bound to get e.e to uuy her the new rahker dress shea loral. t began tn tako It, and soon obtained disease aud promptly healing it. In they ucd over 11 per cent, of a crop form of established Iniquity, there is building." Hut you put It in. The rumbling of an earthquake, that Mint V. Sun. bent on has In, so sha'ii got ter go and do tetlef, and Anally, was completely cured retponte lo a wide demand llr Ayev'a of 8,500,000 bales. The number of mills nothing that bus such tendency to turn house is completed, boon it begins to shakedown, In one terrible cr.isli, the ihead."-- N. Ulnce then, I hate the sclectln' of it herel( and if vuu just this medicine In Cherry Pectoral la now put up In halfalie , my family with great suetcst tor lotds, tattles, told al half price so enlt. More In operation during the year was 402, the world ut give her a lift thcVu and back it'll save me as our glorious rock. You call in the mechanic nnd arrogance of our modern Christianity. side down, coughs and croup". llirira. ltdltor about Dr Ayrt't cherry Pectoral in Ayer'a A WOMAN'S BURDEN. hitehln up." the nnmberbf spindles 3,34 1,327 nnd tie Christianity. Tho hea is covered with wrecks, an I Currbook A ttory ol enrrs told by the "Rolluk" (Polish), Stevens roint. Wis, The fact is that the nsk: "What is the matter with this All right, t'nclc 11.11, I'll l mWitr glad cured Sent free, on request, by tht J. C number of bales bought 031,091. world now Is wrong &idc up, nnd it door? What is the nutter with this multitudes nre drowning. Wo coino Trom ths Kvcntng "While on the Uaseonade Klrcr, Os., I Aycr Co., towcll, Mats. of the opportunity, fer 1 promised Mand) News. IJetrolt, Mich. and all three of The Investigation of the production needs to le turned upside down In wall? Kverythlng seems to Ihs giving out with tho church nnd tho the sil a itinuiue surprlsc The women of today aro not at strong at all around if things panned out satlsfiiitorv of ica Island cotton shows that the order that It may be right side up. The out." boys the mechanic: "Yon put a people bjgln to clamber In, and vvo COULD NOT BE DONE. Ju.t VIiis lip Wnnteit. crop of lS9ft 7 was the largest on rec- time was when men wrote books en- rotten beam into that structure, and shout: "stopl Sto.vl You must third their grandmothers. 'Ihcya are bearing a on the sale of that wheat, whinli they did. One of the first men to retch Han l"ran uurotn iii siiriii'v iiini ktuh heavier uav iiv and now r. pmxo to keep my I'toml..- - in It W'tia ord, the states of (leorgla, Florida, titling thtm "Apologies for Christian- Ilia vvliolo tiling has got to coma I It costs nothing to keep a A hoard of Klondike gold vvas t. iluy; that Is samilng their vitality anJiloud pood slur? and t'Uerl) lniMisallile tor Thnt nseo with named Kinnrgvii, who had an Aunt Lucy, she knows lust Irishman South Coiollna and Texas having pro- ity." I hope that day ban passed. We down." Here Is un cstnta that seems I Thosu seals at tho eruw aro nno dollar h'j their happiness. the very kind ot color the gals like in print Hoy to Iteaprrt Ilia I'm her 'a very r hcfoie he struck It rich, nml who, Clark, ot 417 MieliiKan jtools Mul what ter select aiul hnw rum It duced 104,303 bales. The ticst largest want no moro apologies for Christian to bo nil right now. It 1ms been 1 nplecc, tlioso In tho iuUUUu tllty Urn llislra. ronsnpiently, was iinfatuihar wllh many oreach dress and I bwUiUng Kr.-- t nmny ears. seats exorp was that ot the preceding jear, ity. o nnd l?HliU y; fer have the very bentwant theinaml kind of Ibe a dinary n.c of a life of luxury. 11tliotj urologies bo nn the yeurs ngo thero w.is n dlshimest Hut 15J Hugs. those1'lcaso In the stem twor efMJ ifcy" wife can have. Hut the . the Mamlv to lher trans-be) part of to pay up, loving 't)i say, yee kill lirinar eoai two dost-r- eyev- .-' "lloya?J lirgan the Sunday school niwr estimated at about 9.1.000 bales. i ho il lint wllsiro In Jots of her dress good I hrerd Aunt l.ucy uv was at tiMik-he mIi1, . nut- life were marreil bv the exiatrnre nfilira. nrmJiiprfonnrtirorirM was 04.0CS tinlrs: i nur relleTon. Me do not mean to action In that commercial botis. That I lliiuiulpr nn a. Hlflx lnnme till wsys marked on the tags with the namenf InletitfriitMiiiriivaaivrlr. "I linn iinneor sou Mer, the Hunt aielly. h Im In 'Krlcn. sl l,s restaurants replrfieiisitde hahll one ef Sullrrilif as tliouuindi ot her sinters have Willivm Sitnpwin ft Sons. Mie av that's will ever get into the tfinf of Florida. 2o,l bales; South j mnko any compromise whose work It is to savo-yoin tho one dishonest transaction will keep on Tlie ojslers nrir soon act before him, and uifTcriil, she almost despaired of life and j et the kind that alnsts looks hrn-h- t and nmr. of alluding to your father at 'the old mau Carolina, 10,700; Texas, 2.500. Klnnegan, looking about htm for something We do not wish lo hide the viorklng ruin in tho whole structure. penniless wretches, shall come vloug sue was eurtti. matter. well and don't fide. I tell v on what, t'nele When vuu umw un. tu msller hose hla or lo put on them, and hardly knowing what The total value of the upland crop I fact that Christianity is revolutionary, utitil down the estate will come in and pick you up. We save only s , spied a bottle l "For live sears I Dili, they ain't iinlKnly enjoys serin well old you may Imp, iku should aluaya look mi, to the something should svns $283,810,000, which gave nnavemge 'and that Its tciuU-uc' the Is to lurn the wreck and ruin nliout tins possessor's suffered with ovarian s'Mi'i'rs in this boat" dreveil wiiiimen fnlks aroimd the limine tin and rrK-c- tgrown silver hilrs of jour fell-rrTolsasco und procredfd to season the? bb t who has price of 0.05 cents per pound of that world upside down. Our religion has curs ono dishonest dollar in thu esletter thsn tne and when Aunt Lucy and yen In your helpless and gray working fur vslves, not wisely, but loo well The talk Is, whether l'rriestant t rou ble," is .Mrs. Now, all of Infam-get thmui:h buvln' print gooda andratirotn-dvown lo'il, and the total value of the sea often been misrepresented as a Impaling an oyster on his ferk, her tate demolishing nil his possessions. I churches or Homan Catholic Marches Clark' story. version jou I guru William Simpson ft of the "I was It then Si 'II think your who think you can do this please raise thrustwith into his mouth, of wsitileaped folds crop, $0,000,959, on nvciage price clplu of t ars, nnd mildness, nnd Jasti-o- f have seen It again and ng.iln; and so nre coming out ahead. right hands," I ell you, not free one single this tim n ain't no tlourh fur well dressed gala feet a temflc roar id I 'p w ent ev cry hand except one. 10.53 cents per pound. havo you. Hero is your money-safe- . The totel diousuos.s; afraid of erosing Protestants, this truth plalr.y: That day from headache and vrimmen " Mernly ejelng the delinquent, the super- dsnring slnit and Telling like a madman during 1806-- 7 was 2.1,873.209. the lloV prejudices; The manufacturer and yourself only until your churches aro ns free as tho and intense twitchafraid of "See here'" cried the proprietor, ruahlrur intendent solemnly ubrrrd ing tn Hip Arid District. of bales rnised 8,512,705 an av- - lng somebody mad; with silken know how it can be opened. You hnvo Uomaii Catholic cathedral! they wl 1 and paint in my neck 'Why, voung man, I am horrified abso- io the table. "Irep still, or I'll put nuiut" shoulders. For Kansas DruggM--- ! can't silljou whisky lutely horrillecl as well as astonished at "I J put me out. I it ' Oi wish ) rt would You can touch tho lock Wat you. In their cathedril the tin (gloves, lifting people up thu key. traje of J7 bales per acre. tlu months at a time "Me without a prescription, stranger vourliehavtor. Don't jou wish toratie)nqr put me out'" velleil ritiiifgan factory from thu church row into trlorv. us and the ponderous door swings back. lioualrc and tho Wggar km el side bv would li: confined to Col Drrver (a visitor from Kenluckvl l" it lund ami put )ourelf on tecord as, bring lUtper's I.Vniin' lotke h match All Hhlpahnpv at Iiloril'a sjo. ' thougli they were Holicmi.ui irlass. so Hut let mi tell you that, however firm- side. And until that time comes in our mv bed. At tiinri Msgstine. I nrensreil ia' Hist mU. wliti I ! miPr.ir willing tn respect the gray hairs of vour fa black The sound of tie muffln-bcl. whtch very dcltcati that with ono touch it ly bolted your tnoney-sa'- c thl licnightcd country 1 had a prrer( may be, jou churches we can not cxtcl the far r annear spot a would i ther wlien you grow up Inks man" liefnrr mv used to herald the news of the arrival may be demolished forever. tlon tattooed on my arm He will come, of God, or permanent spiritual pr "N'o, No Men can not keep Ood out. . can't do lloinraeekrea' Ittrnrslona, Mini " eje and I would be- - "1 "Tliafa all right, tin n! Come In and I'll unhhiahingly ue trviti the tad. it nohow," of an overdue ship, will be heard no rrHimlctl p ak ot religion as thougli it were some day, into your counting room, perlty. On the first and thml Turwlays In May ronie Wind. My nerves were in such a state fill you." Iick. "Why not, sfinnv" A .luticy I.W, more at Lloyd's, say the Ixjcdon Sy- n refined imbecility; ns though it were and He will demand, "Where did that Hcvoliittoul It maybe that, befo a that a stip on the floor unettlcd me. " 'Cause he ain't liable to have no gray and Haul Itsilnay the Chicago. Mifuaukrc will t ioun.1 tup "Kininent doctors, skillful nure, the licit 1in Krlrtftint VIIIV'tVIVIII4 tIMIS flu IIVUI'IG note of hand come from? ren, and Shlpplo. Ita p!ac has brcn fl "I How do j ou the church learns Its uuty to to Mir. Dad's bald," chirped the vouthfiil skill tickets lgml fur 31 days to n cur fiu .nn1a account for gloat llim'a llllst 'Iliru con this security? Where did masses God will scourge it. and couu food ind medicine all failed lint, too, Ifulled Uken by a much more opproprlate wcrciomico limn mo snarp cuttings We offer One llnndrnl Dolkiri Itcward philosopher, triumphantly, and mM a gen many tnnt tit Suuth atd North rented to an operation. 'I eral iiierintrn.Uti What with tho whip of omnipotent lndign o ship's bell proper, vvb'eh of life were over. The liible, mj far you get that mortgnge from? anJ otlier western aud -- p'.buc.lerti stain, and they said another wa necvsMry. After for any rav- - of t'alattli tluil romtot becutcd gsve titter the dwoomfilr.! it up and tstrd on to something cite. at pntrttrally one fate fflr Ike lound trip. I was worse than ever and the by Hall'n Catarrh t ure the formerly was an object of interest In from this, represents tho religion of does this mean? ' If It is all right Ood tlon nnd drive out the money changer Tit Hits. V ,1. Cheney A Co , I'rops . Tolnlu, O. an amount of will say: "Well done, good and faith-fu- It may be that there is ti be a gre t world was darker than before. rk tup west and see whatfor vrty little 1h committee room. There is a hlttcrv Christ as robust nnd br.iwney guo.1 laud rati l We, piitrhssol "It was then I heard of l)r Williams' Cheney the iindersignrti, have Lmmn K .1 , servant, Hj prospered In this day of upsetting lieforu tint tune ah. I and unssttlnir ten thousand HU attached to the Vltl Tl nnt f.nnl.rr,l for the Kuitbrr tuforinatloti as 'o tulct, Pink Pills for Pale People. heard that li o.ir. nnd Mievr him tuiinri. Whee-le- r s4 One thing tlie Wrvrle it tonics, prices of farm lands, etc . ma) from the wreck of tieLutlne.a IJrlMh' l "nBs that now seem to be s;t-- I world. Ikv happy in the world to come. It it must come O Iortl G m. they had cured cases like mine and I tried erfetly hnnnrnUe In all business traiiMr lainr.1 n applimtHiu to any rstupoM tkket them, tlons and fitutHtally ahlti in cjrr) out an) tint it Hil j.Hi In tottrh with the world hear some come." If it Is all vviong He will say: let It come now ! lrlgate. which was lost in the Zuvder ' Uol ,n rm foundations Yes, hut I dislike to ohhgatioiia made hv their lirm Clutnst ton touchThey brought sun "They cured me! Ha miserable for sintit or l) addlsssing (irutge II HeallorU, In thnt future day ot thericonstru-t-cZee In 1709, while on a vojnge to Hanv mau in the house say. "I thought re "Depart, je cursed. shine to my life and filled my rup with hap- - West &. Triux, hlcsle Dtusjuts To- ing it almost tiithwively with the top of ray Uencral I'asseugrr Agent, OucSfcO, III. Church of Christ, the ehurch-bburg with treasure to the value ot I. ligion was p:nce." That is the final jour iniquities in this life; nnd then go head. Truth. iness. 'lho headarhe is cone, the twitch ledo, tl. spond your eternity with will Im thu most eheerfnl of j.I ing is gone; the nervousness u cone; the Waldinf, Kinnan A. fatvin, W1h1cmIc 000,000 on board. Attempts have bfrn result, A man's arm Is out of place. down and When A woman tells of a cute saying by 1). thieves, I have Rained , tlllllk list? OtX.n iu- Motive. It It tint the motive, pmpeilv ll.T made from time lo time to recover th.j Two men come, and with great effort pockets."nnd hor.se jrekeys and pick- buildings. Instead of the light of c trembling has ceased, and and strength is DmggKls, Tiihiln.Cure is taken inlrrnally, IUil' Catarrh put it back to the socket. It gojs back sun strained through painted 'gl.s, twenty six pounds. Health Dr, tiMMking, that determines (he working nf rented it. treasure, with partial tuccees. directly upon the htnod and imtu Williams' acting You have an old pho.ograph of the until an intelligent authority lo kt mine and I am thankful to Willi great pain. Then hu gets well. the will; Iml it is the will that iniuttt Pink Pills for Pale People for the b!einu " turfares nf the swtem. I'tiee "V strength to the iboIivj At Colelidr says rvntigli People who can't buy things gi Our world is horribly disordered and signs on your street. Why have those green, nnd blue, and yellow, and t Present for the Kmprens. These tulla are a boon to womankind tic. Slid by all Dnigsists. TrstinHUiialt "It la the mtn that makes the motive, and in llu-- r own t ivrti often are the jst w ill have nosure thil .fs. Acting directly on the blood and nerves, fre. It must coins under signs nearly all changed within the The French government has VcIded out of joint not the motive the mm MtCosh drcs.tj lUlt's Tamlly Tills art theWtU an omnipotent surgery, beneath which last 20 years? Docs the passing away The pure atmosphere of Heaven to offer to tflie empre of Iiuscia a ili they restore the rcpuiitc vitality to all rvirU regularity creatine piece of Chnntllly lace on the there will be fain unit nnguiMi before of a generation account for it? Oh, no. sweep out the fetid atmosphere that iss of the bndv; harmony functional the a throughout and perfect (irrnlnra Itrroicnlaed, occasion ot her majesty's next birth- - there can come perfect health and Does the fact that thoro are hundreds been kept In many of our chimns svstem The pallor of the rhrrla i Stranger What's rin,r. on here of honest men who go down every year boxed up from Sunday to Sundny. llm changed to the delicate hluh of health, the quiet. I proclaim, Ihcwforo, In the to be a tvlebration of some kind sipsiii ii,s account for It? Oh. no. This is tho day of which I speak wiU bo a da.v 1 eves brighten; the mtmcle crow elastic, There iwss.,.awi.ii isI uoa name of my lord Jcmu C.irist Revoluin pmgtesa Amm I'ASUA'hai pubiished a notlco tion! secret: The Lord Ood ha? Wen walk- great revivals, 'there will ba sue i t ambition is created and good health returns. Native Yes; we're givin fV Simton disowning his son on the ground of little blow nut on giltin' lcL from the itv Tin religion of the Hibla will make ing through tho commercial streets of time as thcro was in the parish of Coarse and Ilrntal. lichavlor. Ills son Mohammed a revolution in the family. without liiiriii' n gokl brtek lie the firl Those our great cities, nnd He has been ad- Shotts, where "00 souls ! is as well known in Ceylon (whurj they things that are wrong in the family justing things according to the prin- God in one day; sucli times were born History atalen that a certain Homin of- ctttren of this place that ever dope It. On as were seen cago Krenlng News. nre exiled) as his father, and h is bean circle will be overthrown by it, while ciples of eternal rectitude. in this country when K Iwnrds gave ficial of some importance was kdlcd one For Infanta and Childfon. studying for some tima past with a justice and harmony will tako tho The time will come when, throuch tho alarm, when Tennent prenched day by aA falling tile while indulging in a parade. 'Use the Children tl UrlBlt vouni man of the family of Hnr view to entering upon a military ea- place. The husband will be tho head the revolutionary power of this Gos add Whiteficld thundered, nnd rvas charged with his death and brought railed drain O. It it a delicious, af.jtuing rlier. of the household only when hi is fit to pel, a falsehood, instead of being called I'aysuu prayed; such times as Into court. The jmkre, after hearing the nourishing food drink to take the p'ace o Kind You cotlee. Sold bv all grocers and hied by a) I know a man who spends all the exaggeration, equivocation and eva- soma of you reincmtier In IS."7, when rase, turned to the prisoner and said! be. "I sentence you to the mines for life." who hsve use.1 it, when proierlv money lie makes In drink, as well ns sion; w ill be branded a lie! And steal-Ing- tho voice of prayer and pralso was "To the mines'" echoed Hen Hur It like the finest collet- - but nil llu mnnv tlitlt his ulff mnkns! , nnd . that now sometimes go under the heard In theater, In warehouse, and "es, to tho mines," retorted the face- iireparedfromtattea itt Injurious proiertira r la free all sometimes sells the children's clothes head of percentages and commissions, blacksmith shop, nnd factory, and en- - tious magistrate: "there are great mining (iramO aids digestion and strengthens tin You will nerves. It t not a stimulant lut a on A'cCclallcrrcpar.iitonrorA5- tor ram. l)j you toll. mo that Uu l fit and bonuses, will bo rut Into tho cata- - Kino lioukc: nnd Uim nuctloitenr cry of fsrilitlrs tli the Mediterranean. ralleva." tin.t all fMkr.rou want In the ' tintf, ot ribittciitnrt? If to .ImI. m islmttntln iKaVtKxl ouwIUeslttU. tlie It is Mld the attorney ItutUlrf with rlil.lrr. At this brutal Ana Hot Experiments, Should bo thebjuKe luTail ofthai nobility, more Sojfxio be ntttto firVftott fifTenten. Vw:ley drowned ana rbylinlt, nnrt'i liMf,"-.Yi- s drink it great benefit rll Coals about J as will turned inside out nnd upside lirgthcStonkutoQixlDow-cho.out have more the adjoining prayer lor the prosecution Iiughci long and loud, much as colter IS and 2.V Your Aim In Buying IVlodlclno. but Hen she down, and ransacked of Hod's callers Let others experiment: you should bo couragv. morj of all that is right, say until business dishonesties shall truth, meeting. In which the people cried out: nas not a Hur saw no joke in the Press. he printer. Detroit Free come ".Men and brethren, whnthall vvo do?" You Ufa l.lllle name. guided by experience, nxnenincnts are shall ha'o the supremacy. Asktns How Is it that Slick. tnilh seems uncertain in result; experience is sure. that the Hlble say that the wife is to to nn end nnd all double dealing; and INTERESTING ITEMS. God will overturn, and overturn, nnd t to mike an instantaneous hit with every I know it. to the husband THE MARKETS. I'xpcriments may do )ou harm; experi- be Mibj.-cIVontoJcs'Dicslion.GrttruI-ticfi- s I ladv to whom he Is introduced ence proves that Hood's Sarsapanlla will Hut that is n husband, not n museulino overturn; and commercial men in all Teller- - Oh. he calls the marrleil ones Neaih.v to per cent of the populaCISCISJ..ITI MjjI .ind Ftesl.Contnl ns ndltw cities will throw up their hands, cryThere Is no human ot dido you wonderful good. Thousands gladly caricature. tingle ones "Mrs." Judge. "mm" and the L1VK STOCK Cottle common. 5 T 1M ing out, "These that hnvo turned the tion of Siberia arc Husslan exiles. Opnim.Monihine nor Mineral. tell what Hood's has done for them. They vine law that makes a woman subordi4 JT U I select butchers Tin: average duration, ot human lifu CAIAKs Katr to good light S3) ft in want sou to know and they urge ou to nate to a man unworthy of her. When world upside down are come hither." SlmLe Into unr shoes a as .... try it. That it what is meant by the vast Christianity comes into a domestic ulsi Tho religion of Jesus Christ will in Kuropean countries Is greatest in l.ixi- - Common . .,.. s (xiwdrr for the feet Allen" Koot-le- , Mlied patkers. Sweden and Norway and lowest in number of testimonials written in behalf irele. It will glvo the dominaney to produce a revolution in our churches. It cures painful, swollen, nervous, smarting tight rhlpprrs li Hal- - and Austria. a ni of Hood's Sartaparilla. They give the re- that one who U the most worthy of it. The noncommittal, and instantly takes the sting out of feet MU.r.r moicr policy Jsiv 0Uar1KlXLtm3BJt Sio tornt and liumons It's the gteatrst comfort sults of experience and prove that Maiioov.nv is now very generally I. Will- "prlng family As religion comes in at the front of the church of God will give way to rU)L'K Winter .... i 3D discovervoftheage Allen'st'oot lUseinaket -- Wheal JUJmnm Na S red door, mirth aad laughter will not go a spirit of bravest conquest. 1'iety In substituted for hickory in tho manu- UKAIN 1 red tight or new shoes feel easy It is a certain No. cure for sweating, callous and hot. tired, si h out of the back door. It will not hop- tills day seems to :ne to be salted down facture of wagon wheels in France, it torn No. t mixed . .,,.,,, IV lng feet Try It 'imLiu. Hold by nil drugclts OaU No.; ple the children's feet. John will just so as to keep. It renins ns If the Wing found cheaper and quite as durand shoo stores, 2.V. Trial fmckapo I'ltKH. Ilje No. i lnugh just as loud; and Oeorge will church were ehiclly anxious to take able. 10 Is America's Greatest Medicine Pold by all Address Allen S. Olmstetl, l Hoy, N Y Cait. W. Hi iimtt, of Palestine, Tex., HAY Prime to rholcepork ... .. 71 riiOVIsios-.Mes druggists. II; six torli. Get only Hood's. jump higher than ho ever did before. caro of itself; and If we hear of want, Aersn I.inl will steal from the little ones and squalor, and heathenism outside, has offered to contribute gJO.000 for the lltTTKK Prime steam ... . ... Manhood. Olicdiencc, submission, dis 10 Choice dulry Hnnd'c Dillc are gentle, mild SSt It cipline, courage these are among the char i ilrugglsts choice creamery . nor bate, nor hoop nor we say, "What a pity!" and we put our equipment of a cavalry regiinjnt to Prime lo neither ball tlre. All Anrrfcrl ncmctlv forConslifkS bbl J ) arteristics which make a man,- - Samuel pockets, and we feci fight against Spain, and says ho will AI"l'l.K.s PerTer buh S- kite. It will establish a family altar. hands In our two-cenKl lion. Sour SlomuCh.DiaiThoca, Smiles. spend 573,000 , if necessary. Ills offer l'OTA1X)KS t n Angels will hover over it. Ladders of around for piece, und with CllICACO. wonns ,ioiiti isiotis,! oTrisii SPEAK THB TRUTH. light will reach dow n to It. The glory a great llourish wo put it upon the has been nccepted by tho war depart- KIXlt'H W Inter nalenu Dropsy trratcil free by Dr. 11. II firern'a . S J.) Sleep. ncss and Loss ment of Ilcnvcn will stream upon It The plate, and are amazed that the world Wheat n-S 6 i wi Sont, of Atlanta, (la. I lie gicate.t dropjy l'jiiim:i.tts are prevented from drip UJIA1N 3 Chlrigo spring nil No. te t II t Head tlutr sjiccialists in the world is not converted in six weeks. Supbooks of remembrance will record it; Tac Simile Signature ef COUN No.J 5 31', uoixon, Tex., vrntcs: I an In another culuieu uf this ujcr and tides of everlasting blessedness pose there were a great war; and thcro ping water over tho floor when In- OA1S No. S t 1& ' a widow, and can strongly verted by a neat little rubber (levies i'OKIC Mess 910 will pztir from it. Not such a family w ere .".00,000 soldiers, but of nil those recommend Dr. 31. A. Sim- -When von don't know, K-- brave enough to altar as you may have seen, 300,000 soldiers excepting 10 men, were formed of a couu with an opening in LAItU Strain .NEW YOltIC KEW Yonic. mons Liver Medicine, It say so. it Is n good plan, "1 don't tho peak which slips over tlu tipof tho ' having Saved my Lite 9 know" will s.ivp vou many a useless arguwhere the prayer is loug, and a in their tents, or scouring their mus5 35 umbrella and acts as a cup to catch ths FLOUIl Winter patent ment. Abchuxin Ololie. long chapter Is read, with tedi- kets, or cooking rations. You would WHKAT-Nn-STears ago, when I wis down Sfjajastv COKN No.Jnillc.1 with Liver Complaint and ous explanation, and tho exercise say, "Of course defeat must come in water. I could not get along without I'iso'a Cine HYK TinihK miles an hour is about the O.Vls- - Ml led Kidney Disease. I think kecp'j on until the children's knees are that case." It is worse than that in k ssVj - 19 for Consumption. It nlwajt rutrs Mrs. At roitK-Ne-- w It a far better medicine than 75 til i Mesa sore, and tneir b.ick ache, and their thechurch. Millions of tho professed average speed of the gulf stream. & C. Moulton, Nrcdham, Mas; , Oct.'ii, '01. ( 8 0) Ithat made br "Zcllla" sad cxact copyor vrMPPtn. patienco Is lost, and for the seventh soldiers of Jesus Christ are cooking certain places however, it attains a I.AKL- Wcsttrn "Illicit Draught." llAl.TlMOIIK. Wc have notienl that the man who is time they have counted all tho rungs rations, or asleep In their tents, while speed of SI miles an hour, the rapidity 5 iti ( n.OUlt family. tmc amriuti tonn nrf. Gestation. lucky says nothing shout the proverbial In the chair; but I m an a family altar only one man hero and there goes out of tho current giving tho surface, UltAIN-WheI IIH No. S During tbs period of gestation the tension luck of a fool. Atrhison t.lolie. I in when tho sua is shining, tho appearSouthern vv heat such ns may have been seen In your to do battle for the Lord. Upon tho muscles and llsaments of tho X womb Is grest'r increased and the blood "Hut," says some one, "we are estab- ance of a sheet of tire father's house. You may havo wanLungs Against Winter 37 H Oau-N- o l'orlify Ztthllo vessels aro taxed to tfcc.r utmost. If thcro W. W. H. llKArii, M V., holds the aiu ItveNo. 3 wrMcrn with ll.ilc's Honey of ilonhound and'lai dered far olT in tho paths of sin and lishing a great many missions, nml I Is any tendency to uneasiness or rain, wo So l'lrttfimllly Hike's Toothaihc Drop Cure liioncmitiule recommend frequent warm Injections of you havo never forgotten think they will save tho masses." No, record as the silent uicinlicr. It is said CATll.KWestern darkness; but IICXIS ID oor Mexican Jr'emalu Remedy and two or that futility altar where father nnd they w ill not do It. They are doing n that he once asked for a hearing at,an tares doi.es, every da", ot Dr. SI in mons INUIANAfOI.ia The baby in the cradle evidently thinks bqunw Vine Winn. This treatment will magnificent work, hut every mission uproarious election meeting on tho U RAIN - Whea- t- No. 5. . mother knelt, importuning Hod for so this is a pretty rocky old strengthen the ligaments, will assist In 3 mlied. Coru-your boul. Jliat is a memory that a chapel is a confession of the dlsense ground that during nearly to years of New. holding the nterns In place, lessen pain, Oats N'i Sinlaetl parliamentary life ho had never openmike the uterus more pliable and clastic, ni.in never gets over. There will bo a and weakness of tho church. It LOUI.SVM.LK. and prepare the organs for the Dual ctlort-I- t 'lo Cure n Cold In line ilsy FOR DECOlUTiKQ WALLS AND CEILINGS ed his mout'u in the house. hearty, joyful family altar In every do- Is makiug a dividing line Calclmo also lessens the danger of dcalh to child 3 75 ike llrouio (Quinine Tsblelr. A'l n.OITII hy m. tulnl dcAlff ftrHlrio your un klwtnlrili'rf Thlt- mttrrUl ii tu4fl on Hkiiii Dt'tiK.v, a German trnveler.wlio tiltAIN Winter patent. . .. the classes. It Is saying to the and motber.andfortiacs hrr against liability mestic eirel-- . You will not hnvo to -rhlfit?rT ih1 inllltltn twrnlT four ilntt aisHlU money if it falls to cure . x injr u tnr mirH,tluo uf (tueiuU Uhittptf thai vi ugglats refund to convnlalons, flooding and other dancer-ou- s . . go far to ilnd Hannah rearing her Sam- rich and to the well conditioned: "If has recently explored the west coast of '( I T be mlrd wllh lm T mcri Corn Sllxril riiOMlhIr tmailbr symptoma, and with ordinary prudence fKTMr.Hll rtlHHtMI'M'. f4ftl.UIK f 'A It ll sr..1 f you cannot purrh&te tbta material r. uel for the temple, or a grandmother you can pay your pew rents come to I'ntagonln, says thnt mosses of all rOltli-Me- vs Very' few people know good stationery 4Tnaraateea a rapid recovery. trvtu yuur 4CatldrrrtItut knowmoU w wtllfut i In thu mmy ut oblalultitf Ita when tiny see it Washington Democrat li lis Instructing her Timothy in the thu main audienco room." It is say- species aro developed there to an ex- LAItU-McTHE MURALO COMPANY, NEW BRIGHTON. 8. I., NEW YORK, knowledge of Christ, or a Mary, and ing to the poor man: "Your coat traordinary degree. They grow in ImM.irtba, and Iiiinru? gathered in fra- is too bad und your shoes aro not good mense heap's, the explorer sinking to mm s uucsio. iox., atys: Dr. ATTJsACTIVE W0JIEN. isi wnofisit ternal und slstirly nlleotion, or a ta- - enough. If you wnnt to get to Heaven his armpits In somu of them. M. A. Simmons Llvrr I ecKt'Jfii fliuiiiii'lYi W YOU will have to i'o bv the way of thu.4 A hvhkvu In Hcrllu has secu redfroj-romIo- u l jftMHwrrtrii ihen.Bi in inn ot Lutbur'a lllble, vvhlcliliV' raTuIlnoa41 of Health MaJcos Swoot Dlsposltlonti and Happy Homes. world for HUIousnrsa, THE POT CALLED THE KETTLE BLACK Zneeheus, or iv homo lit which Jesus mission cTiapil," Tin; Tmssidii crlapcl j'W'vfP IndlEftlon and Ttirplil dwells, as In the house of Simon the has liccomo the kitchen, where the used In his study. Its margins nrj BECAUSE THE HOUSEWIFE Liver, llaio used It la the rcfonmrs does Its sloppy work. There EZTtUCTS rROH MRS. riXKIIAM'S HOTC ROOK. The religion ot tn and rscommend XaL?T years,frlendi, and theyIt all tanner. luto tho domesticJesus Ulirlst churchhundreds nnd thoutunds of covered with notes inprinted in I!.i lo DIDN'T USE my handwriting. It was coining circle, will arc Woman's crealcat gift is tho power to insplro admiration, respect and love. pralso It. I filnk thcro Is overthrow all jealousies, all jauglings; churches in this country gorgeously in thu year l.W.i, and Is said to Is in .in beat much difference Thcro la a beauty in health which Is moro attractlro to men than tween II and "Zellln'a" and and peace, and order, nnd holiness will bunt anil supported that, even on excellent state of preservation mere regularity of feature. "ThedfordV aa between bright and sunshiny dnys, are not half An Indiana inventor has pat. nU-i-i a take possession of the homo. day and night. To bo a successful vrlfc, to retain tlio love Again: Christianity will produce a full of worshipers, and jet they nro wagon In ulileli the forward wlm-lPaleness. and admiration of her husband, hliould lio a NivsValvalvalvalvalvaH revolution in commercial circles. Kind building mission chnfels, because, by are ahead of tho horse, with a por t n 'Annals la condition often called "pov woman's constant study. At tho first Indicaerty of blood" from deficiency of tho red ins .VJ merchants nnd you lind that soma expressed or implied regulation, of tho vvugon box- cut under to nuWo tion of 111 health, palnf uliucnocs, pnlnnln tho corpuscle! which giro to this fiald Its they have Q standards of what Is right thu great masses of tho people arc kept room for the liors-- tho steering Ik ng color. It arises from lunaQicicncy slde,hcadacheorlmckaclio,tc-curljilla b. dono by a lever running from no and wrong. You say to soma ona out of thu main audience room. of assimilation of the proper materials of Pinkham'H Vcgctablctnnpound, and bcK'n aaVjVm. food to replenish tho blood, as In thlorotlo Now I say that any pi nee of worship driver's scat to tho forward truer bout 11 merchant, "Is hu honest'.''' may occur In persons who tiara I vvc iidcrtul vTi It Its use. This truly i a I fllrla. suffered with hemorrhoids, or la "Oh! yes," the man says, "he Is hon- which is appropriate for ona class is Din.nkii palls aro being fitted v. til :mm. m t aiisT-wremetly Is tho safeguard ot wowomen from repeated dlocharccs of blood est, but lie grinds tho faces of his appropriutu for all classes. .Let the balls which will permit their atta from tho uterus. The lips ana tongue loaa I) II. II ITSH ILL'S KIILUMlTIIXKIir Ths snrssl sua las bast. Sample sans men's health. p.i.u.ll. niilbiulu p.bllt.ll.a THl D. WMITSUSlX MtU wanna ni.aaaia Staa, ladiaaa. to tho top bar of n bicycle frame, clerks. Hu is honest, but he exagger- rich and tho poor meet together, tho their natural red color and Lccomo wblto trilSK u niMllsa si UU ates thu value of his goods. Ho is Lord thu Maker of them all. Mind you tho ball having n circular si r ng Mrs. Mahei. Smith, 343 Cen and the face looks like wax. .BivsVaisVaiR The most efficient remedy for this condihonest, but he loans money on bond that I say that mission chapels nro a formed on elthtr side close to the H, blUHr-htral Ave., Jersey City Heights, Flllic. tion Is Ilr.bimmoni Squaw Viae 'Wine. nnd mortgage, with the understanding uecesslty, the way churches aro now with spring braces riRKANINTLT CDREO t N. J., writes: The Improvement produced by its ubo Is io HKAIH'.ltH Of THIS I'AI'KII lasaalls rrsstntsj be frequently almost magical; an enfeebled may Ood speed the time cover to prevent a sudden j.irorsw n '. that the mortgage can lie rpjlet for ten conducted, but "Dkaii Mm.Pixkiuh:- -I can DR. KLINI'8 ORCAT TO III1Y ANVTIIINd heart becomes strong and equoulo la, lis years, but as soon as he gets tho when they shall cense to be a necessiA MWlir.ltof yeurs ugo, when it iq.. action, dlgcbtlon Improves, (Lo lips and hardly find words with which AllVKIlTlfiKII IN ITH COI.IMNS NERVE RESTORER beeye ty. God will rise up and break down came upparoat that the buffalo a to mortgage hu records It and checks lose their pallor, and lho aMatJaura kkll VHsaaai Iii CIIOI'I.ll I.SHI8T UI'ON 1IAVI.M) iifa ITniln.mtt you for whnt your to thank bright and lho stop elastic S Hur rrr) mi ftHltma tiHt St VUm' lkime gins a foreclosure suit, and the tlie gates of the church that havo kept bo exterminated in tho nortliw nt, WIIATTIIKV ABK toil, IIKHHINO remedy has tlone for wonderful r.Ynfi4tr ins. Trfeti and cVavrfrtjtjtji kuttlsi frsi tl trial vn ty AM, HUIMTITUTKH Oil IMITATIONS. IsiHi (titUaii ttft sheriff's writ comes down, and tho hack the masses; and woo lie to thoso Fred Dupreo, an old ranchman h ,g I"" me. Without it I would by this ItH rV. u lilt ULUr., Ul . Jliltr.. anluif day of salo arrives, and away who stand In the way I 'i'hy will lie MfstUlaa. Olia Araa Mutvi, rilll 1ri f Ml TA. wiiuyeiiuu river, cipturuil s time havo been dead or worse, goes tho homt stead, and the creditor trampled under foot by tho vust pop- eral calves Irom one ot the sm ill lu r Is insane; for when I started to AMERICAN ftllfCV AWAY WH buys it in at half price." Honest? ulations making a stumpvda for Heav- which were yet roaming In D.tU ,i,i( WATCH, ot li, (aij U1ILI1 take Lydla 12. Pinkhatu's Vcge Go to your grocer to-dnjr when he loaned the money ho knew en. lii anuual autiavrititluii a and begun breeding them for tho Huli4Lk. ail riiiJaiilsin iki tablo Compound I was In a tcrri-bi- o 1 saw In pnper an account attiulBa to ifca U f MrlUrt' aa4 U trrU Jir'tir..lrc of keeping them in e.isu'n,u. and get a 15c. package of that he would get tho homestead at church in somaon In which is of a Is tlie rura In state. J think it would bo im Allen's Vlcerlna Malts)I'leeta, cnlf toriI'lrers, I lost Honest? but ho goes to half price. it said, Many times Ills efforts seemo I a fa the wurlit tvr hriiils llune MAOHINEnY-TKINIIthttllAHN posslblo for mo to tell all I suf- Mcromiona Ulrcra, Varleuae lllrrra, lillsi WELL Moucj.lrfioils ht tho insurance otllco to get u policy on thcro vvero a great many plain people. but the llttlo bunch finally ! in A.N imim.Tlnln, Ohio. Every part of my body awralllns, frver Moras, ami all Old Nirrs. It .atafaVaVjVaVaBs sW"nA k m B fered. escrlalls lirasrtouialliHilson haTrseij'rriseanil his life, and tells the doctor that ho is The next week tho trustees of that to increase, and now consists of I) sufferlns. Curm.imriuaiistit Best salve rur teemed to pain soiuo way. Tho I'isrhunclre. Filet, Mall KUuaa, Murna Halls, well, when he knows that for ten yeurs church came oat in thu paper aud said head of full blood buffalo and 7.1 Cilia anil Its inaii, pain In my back and head was tile all Freak Wsuuta. AI.I.1.SI small xtcilarse. ho has had but ono lung. Honest? it was not so at all; "they vvero ele- breeds. MKIIItllkjJ Iksik rree. J. 1. LO.,u Paul, Mlnu, Mail a bs- - Urusslttt. A iatknt 'or fastening 1:1.1 gl .v though he sells property by tho map, gant people nnd highly conditioned terrible. 1 was nervous, una Ny case win ono Then 1 has yielded a .'ortunu of several Huforgetting to tell tho purchnser that people that 'vent thcri" tho ground is all under wuter; but it Is laughed outright; and when 1 lnugh I ndred thousand dollars for Itsfuitu-nat- o that, was clvcn un by two of tho best doctors In qutckrtll.tanileiirrsworst ef mm ai ai si or sml lodisva' It takes the place of cof- generous in him to do that, for he laugh very lsudly. "Thoso people," I owner, nnd tho inventor of n collrooklvn. 1 had srlven up myselfi as I had tried so ea.aa saii'l tut bouklir. II.tr.tlmoalals lim,u..i.,la. II. vasts a tCi 801b Bumintr, Julr 1 tt said, "aro afralti of tho sickly senti- llar clusp enjoy fjo,000 royalty a vcar tho bargain. good. Hut, thanks toyouc Ircutancnt free. throws the water into fee at the cost. nthInirs.IboUeTetnothlngwouldevcrdomo any VlV- - San. 1, 1BU8. rorCata7 nnn UUU (.1.. Ah! my friends, thcro Is bnt ono mentality of tho chr.rches." Now, my as tho reward for his endeavor lorue, aunreta , 1 UUUt (Mitt tS.sa, as.; In.a. am now well nnd strong! In fact, another person entirely." M . TnrVfrnm . nuro rrminci ? Uai.l A everlasting right and ambition Is not to prcanh to you so new kind of sleeve button lias mid i medicine, I , REGISTRAR SUMMER standard of tho rsis riTiuxits. sr.H.taawroarj 00., tuinii., t..s. m much. that 850,000 in live years for Its patentee, LAW SCHOOL, at freely and fully to Mrs. is nourishing and noaitn-fu- l. of tho everlasting wrong, and that Is bo furlntr It seems to moevery you must nnd If vou aro puwled about yourself, wrltortho offers freo of cliargo toPlnkham, sumptuously dnj, and tho simple twisting of imfctj pint thu Hible, und when that principle CHAKtOTTtSVltLt. Vs. alt women. T vnn Mass., and bccuro tho odvleo which of comforts are all uboul In such a way that thcro U no pov, i sliull uet In Its pry under our commer thu marks BlUl!OHlTnU.f tUtTaltgrasr Into many homes which nervous-bos- s A. 11 . K.- -K 1707 Dett Cough nrmp. Taatca O110J. Uk This is the advice that hns brought sunshlno of you. Yoti do not need tho Gospel half danger of thu point sthkltia l U cial houses, I bollevu thnt IoiUt that font g rooor flf m 7911 OUilN 0 lo lime. filil bf dniMlsit. M Bl and Irritability had nearly wrecked. WHEN WHITI.NU 'I'O AUVER'riMI.Ha ejpiBs uuitswiswn them will go over. Tho ruin will be- ns much as do rouio who never child promises, to enrich its owner bj, pleati tlule that 19 saw U Aifrts. Jiorv. bo ynml any g( Ills early drcomi, r,i lluther tlmn gin at ono end of tho street nnd it will coino IjlUl.iniw'JVHrtiClcCiiipwaiiWQWiiRcmcfsrWtpii'jIW oq oliuroti lYClMlj. 9 crwlil crftilil all tliij way 4qwo prlijiujf jnysell vth! COTTON CnOP. C'lrcnlnr Issued by Slntlatlolnn of As rtcaMarnl Department. A circular issued by Statistician It) dp, of the Agriculture department, cites considerable Information concerning ths cotton crop of lSOd-7- , Its vnlur, the amount purchased liy mills and the acreage planted. It shows Hint t lie total cotton crop of 389(1-- 7 amounted In commercial bales to fi,532,70S, mndc up b.v the following states: Alabama, S13.7SD; Arl.iuins. GOa,643, Florida, 4S.730; Or orpin. l,299.- 340J Indian territory, 87.705; Ivanns, 01; Kcnturky, 414; I.oultlniin. 5ft7.2Jl: FACTS ADOUT G L0JII0US CII K IST1 ANITY. to the docks. "What is the matter? Has there been n fall In gold?" "Oh, no." "Has there been n new tariff?" "So." "Has there been n failure in crops?" "Six" "llos there been nn unaccountable panic?' "No." This is the secret: The Iord 15 ud lias set up Ills ASTHMA'S PROGRESS. From - to Cure. tunie-thin- - No relief in other remedies; ' J! W J 3 rf is s1 4 - in-- .sT I Bin-i- v t, tU 1 l, I H l iiin-mi- .., bron-chill- int-rera- s j', is-- in .1 i llfo-boa- t, 1 llfe-boa- ! ,$ mIm? a slon-bon- t, i first-clas- In-- 1 prln-Islan- d male-numb- s l. '"' 1 ss-- ll lt Ohji-rtlon- nl-o- e u tb a!; ner-sou- 1 GASTORIA Always Bought J The Have X I Experience s, 5 r Jt S.-S H Bears tho Siguatui'e 9 kotNaiicotic. HOOCl S parilia TE2AS INDIE- "w lfi1 f X4h XtVfiv SK- The - he-S- er U ... -N- am or You Have f udvrr-tucmcu- f RPI Always Bought. f'J red -- -- GASTORIA at Corn-Mli- cd I'tk-lil- A PAINTS WALLS CEILINGS, CALCIMO FRESCO TINTS i, world.-'C'hirs- Na ZXYmzr Wheal-No-Sre- d.... OjIs-.MIx- iM am I t rW- 1M - iu . I JV III s F SAPOLIO I ; 11 Kl ' I T I Via ai fcJd - VV exti-ndin- ' WM Pm ay ITS 1 ( v- i Grain-- 0 .. ,. nDnDQV1"0!'1"1 Sommerunovf0va.a, law 1 Lectures onu-lm- lf jtfffifj? mu rsiTisfifiiTOio