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IVEARN. t Assistant Rdlwi 1 V COURIER. 1898. A BATTLE. The Navy Department tunvlnced That as Kagagrment Tools 1'lar lUtsvean rlampaon and Cerverm. Baastoav K FINE - JOB PRINTING KXKOUTKD J - WITH IEATIESS AID DISPATCH. SALE BILLS, A ENVELOPES, l9. THB OLDEST NEWSPAPER KSTERN KENTUCKY. i'rlco of Subscription, -- !.()' HICKMAN, FULTON COUNXYJ CUBAN INVASION. riii" Army Villi Walt Ho linger ut Naval Conflict-T- ill frrlng; Matt II ttndtd. WAsiiijrOTo.v, - , FRIDAY, MAY 27, BBSf BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, LETTER HEADS, VOL. XXXIII. NO. 27. e $s G &CGc ETC, ETQV CALL AVQ BBS 8. , world? It Is question 1 often hear discussed, hut nvter satisfactorily answered. Uod made the world fair and Wnttllfut nt the Mart. If our II rat parent had not klnnrd In Eden they mllfht "hare, gone out of that garden and found 50 paradise all around the earth Kuropo, Asta, Africa and North nnd South Aiiiorlo, so many flower gardens or orchard of fruit, redolent nnd luscious. tlo.1 I iiiyteat'' let Why ilhl 0xl eye, A i lollulstiins his Instrument, and he sw eeps his fingers ncross the strings, now evoking strains of Joy, nnd now 8y"!PWy IrtiUllngh and Awkwardly strains of sadncs. Ho can not play "Txpreitsd. all the tunes on ono strings. The human soul Is an Instrument of a thouVulnbl- - rupl. Ulm Open llnunda Afresh sand strings, nnd all sorts of cmu'llon were made to play on It Now' an anami Display it IjirK of luct Most Kiasprratlngly them, now u dirge. It Is no evidence Sermon by of weakness when one Is overcomo of ltv. Dr. lalmage, D.D. sorrow. Kdmunil Ilurke was found In a The awkward unit Irrltntlng mode pasturcfleld with his arms uround a of trying to comfort icoplif In trouble horse's neck caressing him, and some ono U lieru act forth by Dr. Tiilmog", nnd saldt "Why, thn great man has lost ii Klter, way of dealing with broken Ills mind." No; the horse belonged to lila son who had recently died; und Ids hearts It recommended. Text, xvl., 2: "Miserable comforters nro ye great heart broke over thu grief. It Is no sign of weakness that men arc all." The man of Vi bad a great many overcomo of their sorrow. TliBiik God trial loss of his family, the lot for the relief of tears. Have you never of lila property, thn loss of his hcalthi been In trouble when you could not lint the most exasperating thin); that weep, and you would havo given anycame upon him wns tho tantalizing thing for a cry? David did Well when he mourned for Absalom. tnlk uf those w ho ought to hare Abraham ,w hen ho bemoaned Sarah. And looktni; did with him. around ntHin tlitHfLBmltssreltfhlii. tvlukt Xi'rlstVrt!pLior Laurus, and. tho, last n s urttH&mm,j aAsSro vwtm h Wirtl-o- l M?yliifiwaiJ,"HitWera-tt- t UISEKAHLE COMb'OKTHRS Jl v-t- " sin come Into this w - suppose poured out the Hilton und tho lllddrkrl tic poured out nt thu time time the Hudson ntidSusquchannn; tho whole earth was sorj- - fair and Watitl-fu- l to look upon, Why did It not May miT (lod had the power to keep hack sin and woe. Why did Ho not keep them tack? Why not every cloud rosea!, and every step a joy, and every sound music, and all the ages n long Jubilee oftdnloss men and xlnloxt. women? (5,-- d can make n rose as eatily nillecanuuko a thorn. Why, then, the predominance of thorns? Ho can . fair rlj fruit as well ns gnnrlcd ami sour fruit. Why ao much, then, llmt U gtiVled and sour? He can'inako men robust In health. Why. then, are them soman Invalids? Why not have fur our nliula race perpetual leisure Instinl of this tile and toll and inakc-goosl- that when l9 of the rlvrr of death. That Is tho place where such question will he answered and Midi mysteries solv-rHo who this side that river attempts to answer the iiuestlon only Illustrates his own Ignorance and Incompetency All I known Is one great fact, and that Is, that n herd of woes has come In upon us, trampling down vrrythlnir fair nnd A sword at the gate of ldcn and a sword at fiery gate. More Kopl under the ground than on It. The grave) arils In rnst majority. Tho six thousand w Intuit, havo mado more sears than the six thousand sum-- " condolence. Charislijliemi let them lean on your Inrrs sinxavcr.UP' Troulds " " .( ."neonle.',?-- l f Vrvtivu r thu trniler lieart of and pinched until swak to them, tliey can'not near Jti rough two the nations wall with tho agony. If what jou say the first time, when you time all the mounds of grave yards that say It a second do you lo 111not say It be sorry is have been raised were put sldo by side j sharply on If you the dnyw hen you take tho you might step on them and nothing , for It brush back the silvery else going nil around tho world, nnd' last look nud wrinkled brow just befrom the arounil again, ami nroumt again. locks they screw tho lid on. lllessed lw And now' I have to fore These arc facts. (iixl for the old pcopUd 1 hey may not say that In sorld like this thu grandmut.li strength logo around, est occuputlon is that of giving con- hate arc tiod's appointed ministers but of The holy science of Impart- they dolence. ing comfort to tho troubled we ought comfort ton broken heart. s IVople who hate not had trial all of ns to study. Thero are many of can not give comfort to others. you who could look around upon some of your scry Wt friends, who wish They mat- talk very leautifully nnd vou well. "" ra very Intelligent, and they mat- glse you a great deal of ttlillo l,. otilo jrlyour daystruthfully to say to them poetic sentiment, but sweet. poetry Is It makes of trouble; '.Miserable pcrfuuii) that smells in a very poor salve. If you have a grave comforters nro je all." 1 remark In the first place thut very In f pathway, and somebody comes soluble people are Incompetent for the and covers It nil over with Mowers, It Ilildnd and Is a grave jet Those who have not work of glilng comfort. I'llplinx Im.l the gift of language, nnd had grief themselves know not the mystery of a broken heart. Tliey know-no- t svilh their wools nlutost tiotliercd the meaning of childlessness, and Job's life out, Alas! for these voluble that go among tho houses of the thej hating no one to put to bed at aMIcled, and talk, and talk, nnd talk, night, or the standing in a room where every book nnd picture and door and talk. They rehearse their own and then they tell the poor suf- nro full of memories the dinir mat INTERESTING ITEMS. ferers that they feel badly now. but where she sat, the cup out of which they silll feel worse after awhile. she drank- - the place where she stood Tin: lllvcr Jordan makes the crcat-es- t Kih'iicft! IV you expect with a thin nt the door nnd clipped her hands descent lu thu shortest distance of courtplnstcr'of words to heal a wound tho odd figures that she scribbled the i almost nnj- - strentn. as tlm soul? Stop very gently blocks she built into a house. Alii no, deep Womkm bicyclists In St Petersburg uround nliout a broken heart. Talk you must have trouble yourself lieforc nre ordered bj-- tho police to wear (!od you can comfort trouble In others. Hut very softly around thoso whom and bloomers or national dress, ns the has Is'roft. Then go your way. ,V come ell ye who have Wen t too cuprleiouslj- - lu Kussla's comforted in your wind blows skirts e ye who hate linn grasp of the hand, n compassion-ntto bj worn with sorrows, and stad around these a capital for look, just one word that menus say to them: "I had souls and us much as n whole dictionary, und,vou I'atiikk DoitM'.r, of Chicago, tho new huve given, perhaps, nil thu comfort that very sorrow myself. Hod com- chaplain of the I own, goes into thu yon:" that a soul needs. A man has a terri- forted me and He will comfort nuvj- - with the repututlon of Wing tho ble wound In his arm. Tho surgeon nnd that will go right to the spot In most popul.ir priest In Chicago. He Is we comes nnd Muds It up. "Now," ho other words, to comfort others not yet 40, six feet tall, weighs over fnllh In s "carry that urm In n sling, and must have nud good, tlod, prnctle.il nn cnthuslnstio and sound common :(X) pounds, n ImndyIs man with boxing W scry careful of It let no onu touch athlete and It." Hut the neighbors have heard of sense. glotes. Hut there are three or four considerthe aciiileut, nnd they coma in, and AMKi'.icAaH are producing paper cithey say: "IOt us see 1U" And tho ations that I will bring to thoso who gars as an urtlelo of commerce, nnd, baudago la pullud off, nnd this one nnd uro sorrowful nnd distressed, nnd thnt tyhut Is more, nro Wing backed up by thittonn most feel ft, and see how much wo canalwnys bring to them, knowing connoisseurs of the fragrant weeit It Is swollen, and thero Is Irritation, that they will elleet a cure. And the mill In Humiliation, nml exasperation, first consideration Is that (Jod sends The cigars nre prepared from sheets In where there ought to lo healing and our troubles lit love. 1 ofter hear peo- of paper which have been sonked , cooling, Tho surgeon comes In and ple In their troubles say: "JVhj-- I tobacco juice, nml then pressed nml by means Into thn requisite says. "What den all this mean? You wonder what (lod has ngnlnst me?" cutspecially' constructedshape machlncrj-- . have no business to touch those baud-nge- They term to think ()sl ha some of KM'r.tiiMKNTB nre Wing mndo In tho 'Hint wound will never heal grudge against theui'heeauso tioublc tnll observation nrinj- unless jou let It ulonu" Ko thero nnd misfortune have coin?. Oh, no. Uusslnnwhich with rondllyun jointed maj be souls broken down In sorrow. Do you not remember that pas- lowers lire What they most want Is rest, or very sage of Scripture: "Whom tho Lord ;j nil distributed among the men during A child n march. In their drills with these, rnroful nnd gentle treatment; hut thu loveth He chustcnctlr." neighbor1 have heard of tho bereave- comes In with n very bad splinter squads of 00 men can erect complete 'JO minutes. When not ment, or tit thn loss, nud they coma in 111 Its hand, nnd you try to extract It structures In tho pleivsnlrondy made, Tho supplied with to sympathize, nnd they say: ".Show It is a very painful operation. but you they can, by chopping down a few us now the wound. What were his child draws bnck from Inst words? Itehearso now Vim wholo persist You nro going to tnko that trees and properly cutting them, put up n tower of nlinoit thu same klnd.ia eectK. s, Mow did you feel when you splinter out, so you take that child found youSvero an orphan?' Tearing with n guntlo but firm grasp, for al- half an hour, A sur.YKY of tl.o powers of Europe, olT thu bandages hero, und pulling though there limy lie jmln In It, the them olt there, leovlng a ghastly splinter must come out And it is lovu shows that from the Wglnnlng uf tho wound thot tho balm of tiod's grace that dictates it und mnUea you per- centurj to the end of l&M Turkcj- had had olrcady begun to lion). Oh, let no sist My friends, 1 really think thnt enperleneed '17 years of wnr und 60 of pence; Spain comes next with 31 years g all our sorrows In this world nre onlj-thloquacious people, with hand of our 1'athcr extrnctlus some of wnr nnd 05 of peace; Krunco with tongues, go Into tho homes, of tho disthorn. If all these sorrows were scut 27 yenrs of war and C9 of pence; Uus-sltressed! 'J 4 years of war and "J of pence; bv enemies, I would say, Arm yourAgain I remnrU: that nil thoso ior-sothem; and ns in Italy, US yeurs of war and ,3 of peace; nro Incompetent to glvo tiny kind selves ngnlnst Hngland, -- years of war nml "." of of comfort who net merely u worldly tropical climes when n tiger comes pence; Austria-Ilungnrj17 nnd "U; They eomo In nnd ny: down from the mountalna nud cnrrles jilillosopherH. "Why, this Is what jou ought to huvo n child from tho vlllnge, the neighbors (iermaiij- (exclusive of Prussia), HI nnd expected. Tho laws of natura must blind together nnd go Into tho forest 8 'J; bweden, 10 nud I) Nl; Portugul, 1'J and nud hunt thu monster, so I would hnve bt, nnd Denmark, und bT. have their wuyi" und then they get Caiii.o nt Kuiiini, tun of the Itnllnti over something they have seen you, If I thought these , misfortune examinations. Now were sent by an eiiimj-- go out and prime minister, has been winning In Hut no, they lurgo sums at Monte Curia He Is nu nwny with all human philosophy at battle ngnlnst them. Inveterate gambler, and his father litis such ii time. What dllTurouco does It riiinc front n Father so kind, bo He was iiinko to that f.ithcr und mother what i.o gentle, thnt tho prophet speaking tried In vain to tcform him. his tenderness nnd mercy, drops the started on nu exploring trip to Africa, disease their son died of? Ho Is dead, nnd It makes no diltVronco whether Idea of u father und says, "ns onu but slipped nwny nt Aden and returned tho troublo wns In tho epigastric or whom "'H mother coinfortcth, so will I to Monte Cnrlo with tho monoj for tho Hj it as then put up for expedition. hypogastric region. If tho philoso- comfort yon." Airnln I remark there Is comfort In the chamber of deputies and elected pher bo of thu stocnl school, ho will come nnd any! "You ought to control the thought that (lod by nil this pro- but immediately joined thu opposition, your feelings. You must not cry to. cess Is going to make you useful Do and made his father buy his vote know thnt thoso who accomplish whenever It wns needed. He is probaVou must cultivate a coolor temperatho most for (lo,l and Heaven huvo bly the person spoken of as sharing In Yott must hnvo ment, an all been under tho l.orrov.? S!mw the recent concession of coal lands English nnd, Hal-iki- l In lierjf roprovlnu u h,vpcnth for mo n mnn Unit bus done anything for iimdt by China to an KyndleiM, In or VuWl Uw in It? null, ill tlllB ron ?l l ldc. ut anj-lnxlUi is ida short-slgtiteil o them-M-lte? sor-lowK-refIn-es. over-rattlin1 ', ulo-ijne- nt post-mortelot-lu.- other tusslo for n livelihood? I will tell you why (Jod let ln come Into the world- when I pet on the - ' i Un1 any klnirof worldly philosopher. Again, 1 remark that thoso ersons nre IncoiniH'tciit for tho work of comfort tearing who have nothing hut cant to oirer. Thero are those who nave tho idea that you must gronn oierthudltrvMHl and nllllcted. There nro times In grlof when ono chcer.'ul fnre, dawning upon a man's soul, Is worth !l,(00 to him. Do not whine over the Btlllcted. Take the promises of the (iospul, nud utter them In a muiily tone Do not be afraid tnsml'e if you feel like It Do not drive any more hearses through that poor soul, Do not tell him tho troublo was foreordained) It will i)t lo any comfort to know that It was 1,000.000 years coming. If you want to find splints for a broken tioim do not toko cast Iron. Do not tell them it Is Cod's Justice that weighs our grief. They want to hear of tlod'a tender mercy. In other words, do not give them aquafortis when they neiil valerian. Again remark: that thoso persons nro poor comforters who havo nuver had siiy trouble themselves. A larkspur can not lecture on the nature of a snnwll.ike, and those eople who hare always lived in thu summer of can not talk to those who arc frown In disaster. Hod keeps aged people In the world, I think, for this sery work of sympathy. They have em through oil these trials, They know nil that which Irritates and' all that which soothes. If there arc men nnd women here who have old people In tho house, or near at hand, so that they can easily reach them, I congratulate you. Some of us have had trials In life and although we have had many friends around about us, we have ssishrd that father and mother were stl.'l ullve that we might go nnd tell them, Perhaps they could not say much, but it would have Wen such a comfort :., , them around. These aged ones who havo been all through thn trials of life know how to give rHMi'nn trh.n trouble Is n 1 pros-IK-rit- y private place, who has had no trouble, whose path has Wen smooth Ah, no. I onco went through an n factory, and I saw them tako tho ban of Iron and thrust them Into the tcrrtblo .Then hesweated workmen with long tongs stirred tho blaze, . Thuti thry brought out n bar of Iron and put it lu n crushing machine, and then they put It between Jaws thnt hit It In twain. Then they put It on an- anvil, nnd there were great hammers- - nnnn; by'inachlnery each ono half n ton In weight that stent thump! thump) thuinpi If that iron could have spoken It would have said: "Why all this beating? Why must I lie pounded any more than any other Iron?" The workman svouhl have saldi "We want to make axes out of you keen, sharp axes unci with which to hew down the forest, and build the ship, ami erect houses, and carrj-oa thousand enterprises of civilization. That Is til reason we pound vou." Now. l?ol aiurtlmn u. ! lrortrlit out nn.I run through the crushing midline, and It comes down on the nnvll and ujton It, blow after blow, blow after blow. until the soul cries out: "O, Iord, what does till this mean?'' Cod sss-s- : "I want to make something very useful out of jou. You shall be somcthlng-thew with and something to build with. Ills a pr&ulicul process through which I am putting jou." Yc, my Christian friends, we w'nut more tools in the church of Colj not more wedges to split with. We hnve enough of these. Not more Ixires with which to drill. Wo have too many bores. What wo really want is kien, sharp, axes, and if thero lo any other way of making them than in the hot furnace, and on thu hard anvil, and under th heavy hammer, 1 do not know what It Is. that If Cod brings any kind of chastisement upon yon, it Is only to make j ou useful. Do not sit don n discouraged and sny: "I have no more reason for living. I wish 1 were dead." Oh, there novcr was so much reason for as now I lly this ordeal you have Wen consecrated a priest of tho most high (!oJ. Co out and do jour whole work for thu 5las-tcs. n tof'f- th ,. - FUiTJICONGKESS. tlrtl ) cz imcxrCcz&ccrt,t,&zoip - i" SKtIW'' KagtUr .11 t The, .armj Muy will not wait nny longer on the Spanish fleet Wforo invading Cuba. It"lt expected that, before tho end of thll week, more than half of the present army now Wing concentrated in tht south will W either in Cuba, or, on lt wuj-. !. Ess.lb2 'Ctok. Mar was nude by tbo lt.A SO, MMhllM Volunteers mustered Into tht United Suites army now number oYf r 110,000, leaving out 15,000 to W mu Urcd In Wfor- - tho completion of tjit number called for by tho president The troops left In at a to camps ara be Ing rushed tnuth, and transports fan Wing made ready to carry .the-a" U w.,. " " presented In a irenrral atAlement aTaE 91 ' or tbe aemoerstin tn,mh...ni ,h amnlttec. lto mulutstned that th -- i uy me penainir Mil ought to U I OrOtiertT &nd nnf unnn riintnmn. the.rttUrr .if Ihn h....,.ii.. - .. taxes Srfl vttn to Impose ...- jt upct .. SlRft .-. ... hl v, m - ucuiu- . ry wlill ,0 "Poo it upo-prop-J- " ! Tiim!i m. ...... enste jB aHTll ?.M.b-'lCT- fl Cuba. fTW?7tT?Mirlrmtt4.1 The condition of the Insurgents,! wulV ns the on th Island of Cuba, la becoming such thai they can not bo. left unaioWLtauek ""?i I amply sumdral tot "trr. that tbe w.r should demonstrate thsi " ,lM,ed congress could "' Ji!?' " MH"d the proposition tc ItV errllDcstes ol inilrliidnrti lWr requirements Jr ay iti ot thcipcD.cs should of the wsr M the be pstdct 2'lhj'-4hlVl.sn- a W (h tut Uxatloa thai If sveuja ex-- it faak ."Kiau DJ 1haSf?''S!ejit as the war MucraiH. The house held J bmii Important bills .ffrrtlnir lihnr H sjllmltlnc the tsbor of perionsem-rovrrnauBt works sad la novrrn- ft to Mabt taurs flail sad th othJ ira 1 -- brief session Tuea- - d r. Again, them Is comfort In tho thought that all our troubles are a Have you ever thought of It In that connection? The mau w ho has Is nevir Wen through chnstls-mcn- t ulout a thousand things in his soul he ought to know, r'or Instance, here Is a man who prides himself on his cheerfulness of character. Ho has no patience, with who is depressed in spirits. Ohv It is ensy for him to W cheerful, with his lino house, his filled wnrdrolie. nnd well strung Instruments of mush-- , nni" tipestrieil parlor, nnd plenty of money in the bank waiting for somo permanent investment Ills ensy for him to W cheerful. Hut suppose his fortune goes to pieces, ar.d his houso goes down under the sheriff's hammer, nnd tho banks will not havo J,Tn ii IIVttMrt IUtfMW . poscj mose pcopigsm,sf ,..4 gnntly en'ertnlned at his table get so that tliej- - can not recog-nlr- a him upon tho street. How then? Is it so easy to bo cheerful? It Is easj-tW cheerful in tho home, after the dnj's work is done, and the gas is turned on, and thu house Is full of romping little ones. Hut suppose tho the lingers that piano is shut played on it will no more touch tho keys, nnd the childish voice Hint asked so many questions will ask no more. Then is It so easj-When a man wakes up nnd finds that his resources nro nil gone he begins to rcWl. and he says: "liod Is hard: He had no liusi-nes- s Cod Is outrageous, to do tills to me."' My friends those of us who have Wen throng i troublo known what a sinful nud heart wu have, and how mm h God hat to put up with, and how mm h tru need pardon. It is only in tho light of n llamlng furnace that we can learu our oitii stenUness and our own lack of moral resource. UiA president' rvntfxos that somethlnc must W done to help the sufferersiand j nilAinll aJTrctlntf Inhor. . Msj 19. Senate Tho fea j 1ii1iioto-(end their suffering. ture ef nnlnedar's ipsslon of the senate wai Our Meets aro closing about CcrvtVa IM pecth of Turpi? (ilr m.. lad ) upon th and his ships nnd there is no fear fro'rt wr rcreniieineasureii. He stronnlr contended a bona thnt quarter In regard to our troops. ktbst funds lssus was unnecessary, that all of the rtulrfd Preparations are, therefore, Wing Via war tmA be forrratlted prosecution the through ", hastened for Invasion the ol pVpwrd Inheltance tax, br the tax on Cubit nud it is Intended that thli rctporitlon, Sjr tbo colnanc of the and r tbf tsu of IprsI shall not W deliycd nnj- - longer ou ac- sllvtr tcndstncles. fuur neans of obtaining 7esr count of the movements of the Spanish monrj uld ylril io thn iroTrrnmcnt during squadron. There has Wen a great the ntitrrar. ho maintained, fully noouw.CO", deal of prirntc and some public crit- an amosit In excess of the estimated sum icism of Gen. Miles, based on the theffr the cond ict of the war. The iprech was ory thnt he is standing in tho way and and (hiiaeterlstlcatly beautiful In diction ctoe and lorrttul la reasoning. opposing the immediate Invasion ol Senators on both sldea of the chamber Cuba. 'J his criticism, thero is the Wsl Cave It, undivided attention. Considerable renson to Wllcve, Is unjust and It prrrrrsas made In thn reading of the bllt based on a false assumption as to Gen. which Intlnded, naturally, the consideration of the amecdnients proposed by Miles' attitude. It is known to a few ThrouBh the Influence of Mr. the committee. Oorman (dem., people at least thut Gen. Miles has Md i tht Iicpilonmcnt penalty was atrlcken for some time Wen strongly In fnvor oulof moof the sections relating to the stamp tax. After an extended deof a sccdy and effective invasion, of which and that he has chafed at the delays bate fpart irs.lon, tho occurred In secret conference report on rtiliiite in the organization nnd equipment of the blUiuspendlngcrrtaln parts of the exist-In- x law relating tp the purchase of supplies by the v tuntecr army. Iliat he Is accused of advocating delay Is merclj nn tuo wi-- department was alopted. The bllt p rmlt tag offleers of evidence of the fact that he has not cept sbs appolntmenlftheInregular army to acarmy Wen taking into his confidence any- wlibott losing their rank ortho volunteer reguplace la the one outside the department The dif- lar terlre was passed. ference of opinion which has existed louts Tho house adjourned Wednesday has Wen as to the character of the in- after i session lasting only an hour and a half. An Ineffectual effort was mads to pais a bill vasion to W made. rrohloitlng the publication Cen. Miles has earnestly nnd deter- concerting tbe strength of theof Information country's minedly opposed sending a few thousWithout s word of debate tbe defipentton bill was passed. and men to Cuba with a great quanti- ciency sevty of stores and equipment, trusting Wasiinotom. May 3d SiNATE-Wh- lte the war to the support which might lu given eral Important paragraphs InThursday rctenve were passed oter for futhem by thu Gomez nrmj--. It Is likely mcanuie ture consideration, excellent progress was that nn Invasion of that sort made ty the senate In the consideration of the of ths measure has been might have occurred u week or two MIL ago hud ho not so earnestly opposed It, rtad, 'the committee amendments generally harlnyli-e- n agreed ta Mr. Mi'Iiurln (dem, and to that extent only, it Is declnred, S &opcncd the discussion of the bill ThursIs ho responsible for the delaj-- . He day wth s carefully prepared speech touching has taken the ground that there would all o( lu features. He expressed the hope W n very unwise risk In sending so that the bill would pass as reported majority of committee on finance, small n force; that It would endanger by thtthe exception the the stamp tax, which ho with of tho lives of the few thousand men thought quite unneceisary. The proposition sent possibly resulting in our stores to place a stamp tax upon proprietary articles falling Into the hands of the enemy and pe-- f umery articles now in stock aroused a discussion. It and thus git ing them supplies which lively legislation and, was regarded ss retro-sctlas such, Spain is unable to furnish them, nnd many senators. The paragraphwas oppoied by has not been that It would do very little toward disposed of Anally. hastening a conclusion of the war, even House The adjournment t: .he houso to ri tlola-tionsi- if 1 .Two-thirte , May 2. The navy department is convinced that Sampson met Ccrvcra Monday. MemWrs" of the war board, as early as 10 o'clock Monday morning, were quizzing newspaper mon as to any information they might have on this subject Tho continued reports from Tort de 1'alx that heavy cannonading has Wen heard off the northwest coast of Hoytl have, for that reason, more than ordinary significance. The state department, through its confidential agents, has received Information that the .Spanish- - squadron docs not present so formidable a powct of resistance to attack as has Wen commonly supposed. A naval oelV I'nism iiTfpv Mtfttntmmhrnt I exceed ten knots, bliould this prove tor W true, Ccrvcra would W an easy victim to Sampson. WAsntsOTO--- . STATE ODDS AND ENDS. BLIND TIGER. SKIPPED OUT. Severat Men Clandestinely Collier, anil Jlecrnltlng Again came Mreesaary. t as ... I 'I l f V A Fight In Mallir, Ky., in Which One Man Was Fatally Shot and Others Seriously Injured, Ky., May 21. Jleliablo news from Mallle, a hanilcfcdn Knott , north of countj-here, says that In a general fltrht there Wtwecn Jason, Tom and Noah Craft brothers, on ono side and William and 'Hud" Justice on the other, Noah was fatally shot three times through the abdomen, and Tom and Jason both received serious flesh flEnoBXT, Jar Camp lie """ . ,- - p," srl t jfj t&r '? - I wounds. day along with the Newport The flght occurred at a company, but when roll "Was, e WBdtUgr",k-,pby.iU,caviled Craft Thursday moraine Camp Colmkh, ,Lkxisoto-- , Ky May, ;u. n cant, Kcrscr. of Comnanv F.-Tntnkfort, and Capt Hardin, Company ,,iOrntniana, can hold all their men until Friday, the muster of tho and regiment will be completed. It was expected that these two companies would smuster In Thurs- IN ENEMY'S HANDS. The I.lght House Tender Mangrove Reported Cspturesl by the Spaniards and Her Crew Murdered. tkishI. until next wrck - an,.... r hi .. Hutu.-,-- , uouO'a referred feelingly to the" late William it Is asserted,-a- n i . death of thu island with a force of Wtwecn -- .., OUUione. . "In the fa ..a of this grand II . . .1 i. ,uo seventy and one hundred thousand u.u (ratitu.de cnaiiain pom, uur nraris go ou. The Military (loeernor of tho rtillippln to Thee for bis great men und that this force should W land- In character as a writer, statesman and IVII. Islands Kngaged to Mill ed ns nearly as posiiblc at the same n which has been felt throughout Hams, of Chicago. time at different points. It Is said the world ' Mr Orostenor (rep., O) called as amended that ho has Insisted that transports up thr labor arbitration bill He explained nnd Chicago, Jlny 2. The formal an pasial by senate. the enough should W provided to land amecJments the being either salutary or unas 0f of the eighteen sir twenty thousand men at a neceisary saying they had been approted by nouncement Williams, engagement Mr, daughter of Miss Laura time in quick succession, with abund- the of the bill outside of congress. and Mrs. Norman Wllllams,of Chicago, Honoicdto concur In tbe senate's ant stores. and granddaughter of the late Judge After debate, rontlurd to the proposiIs It Is WHevcd now that everj-thinsend the bill to conference, In which John Deun Cuton, to Maj. Gen. Wcs-le- jIn readiness for the Invasion and that tion iomembers participated, a upon marr Mcrritt, military governor of the Cen. Miles is not advising postponeagreeing to the male's amendments, thereby Momlaj-- , was ment until fall, ns has Wen asserted. effecting the bill passage, was ordered, re- Philippine islands, nlmutmade yenrs old, 20 Miss Williams is He has Wen too Impatient of delay to sulting in)ens3l(, nays i. n brunette, graceful and petite, but WisniM.TON May 51. Senate At tbe condesire nnj- - further postponement nppcarancc, with jet clusion of Krlday s session of the senate tho of striking reading of tne war rctenue measure had been black hair and eyes nnd brilliant the amendcompleted About MINE SET OFF. coloring. She has received much atments proposed by the senate committee hate In been agreed to. Thoso remaining nre, rjulto tention here and nbroad, cspeclalljA Terrlllc lliploslim In Ilia Slldat of th natiinltr the most Important in tho bill and London where she was the guest of Tho prinof discussion UoW-r-t will provoke a deal Alnrrlcan Itlnrkmtllig First In T. Lincoln, when he was thu cipal amendments jet to bo passed upon representative of this country at tho thn Vicatau ClmnnrU of bonds und aro Mom) relating to the She was presenteertm jtrs ef Indebtednos, tho tobacco court of St James. ICkv Wisr ria., May 54, Notts ar- tax the tax on proprietary articles, the iksuo ed nt the queen's drawing room with slherselg-nlorsr- e of the Miss. Lincoln. rived here Monday of a dastardly of Mnr.i.cks tho colnnge certificates, the sllter Norman Williams has for a numWr attempt to blow up the boats of tax and the tax on corporations Wen one of the well known the bloekndlng squadron. What Is The "on upon some of tho amendments will of h figures In Chicago legal und financial Wllcv.d to hnru Wen it sub- br dependent upon thnt on others. Mr. "P- It I I Krlday offered as a substitute circles. marine mine was exploded Suncoinage of paragraphs relating Gen. Mcrritt was Wrn In Illinois day by the Spanish io miles off Cape fcr ti. unlorsge the Issue of to tho certificates silver e tbe fun Antonio, on thu western const uf awl '"' tsue of 1k1 tender nates, the and is a gruduate of West Point lie t entered the war diiectlj- - after graduaCub.i Olllcers on the war ships biiiui protiMoa prepared by the republican the tspuiu has jut lloatlng mines mlti' ' 'T of the committee on finance. Ifsen- tion In 1MH. In April, 18G3. he wns provision should lie ucceptesl appointed brigadier general and his throughout thu gulf stream in an at- bondme amendments offered by theby the democrats tempt to bluw up the blockading ate i. a of It will naturally bo rejected. Mr. services throughout the war wcro of In tho most distinguished kind. Since Its (dem Vs.) delltrred un extended squadron, Dan ' h onnoslng an Issue of bonds and sup- closo he has made a name for himself The tesscls were scouting well out the substitute paragraphs proposed by in Indian fighting, and In lb95 was por from lnnil in the ucatnn channel, nnd the majority ol the iinaucc commade a major general. were in a .semicircle. 800 apart ml when nn explosion lifted the ships ami 'll sx Not In session. Fuur Jockeys Injured. May SI Senate Kit tlte sent senmcu und olllcers splnuing M asiiimiton St. Louis, May 21. Four jockeys senate had tho across decks, It was at flrt thought lion's Monday thediscussion. The war revenue were injured In thu third race at the entire time under thnt it was tho shock of a Lirge gun, U.,-ir-by Mr Chilton (dem., Tex.), Mr Fair Grounds track Montlnj-- , two of and the men rushed to quarters. LW (rep Mass.), and Mr. Turley (dem . them, is thought Wing fatally MoSilax coalDoned fi ii . ...-..- .. f, iu-i-I Cbrl-Uaamend-meets. roll-ca- ll -thei-sueAid-ricsaj-thasrw-Ii e n- .. Kr.Y Wr.8T, May 24. This town Is all agog over the story of our first haval disaster. Tho report goes from mouth to mouth that the Mangrove has Wen captured by the Spaniards. The wild est stories run It was said that the light house tend er's entire complement of olllcers and men had Wen butchered. Then this was modified to the extent of saying that they had Wen taken to Santiago De Cuba. Everybody was filled with fear for the worst The naval station here would not verify the story, but those In charge were evidentlj- - uneasj- - over It Telegrams sent to Washington asking whether or not the dread report was true, elicited unsatisfactory replies. As tho story went that the American steamer had Wen picked up by a big Spanish cruiser oft the southern Cuban coast it was supposed she had Wen grappling for the Santiago cable tc cut it and cut off the Spaniards from She was especially equipMadrid. for ped The purpose. this Mangrove was intended not for active and hard fighting. This year after she had acted as a. sort of dispatch boat Wtwecn Havana and Key West In the days of the Maine and brought over the recovered guns of the sunken battle ship, she was equipped with two rapid-fir- e g and a apparatus and placed In charge of , Lieut Commander William Kverett Maiiim-vii.leKy., May 20. A Her crew consisted of 13 men. With whole family were poisoned Thursdaj-band 13 men she her two drinking milk that had Wen stand- distinguished herself during the block' I Ing several hours In a tin can. Hufus ade In the latter part of April by cap- - i,arUhi age(1 . is iyin(r at the iolnt , luring tho big bpanlsh btcamer Tana-vinMn ...i t.i.. lLi,-eJi,-wJi1udcrand Ml'arlsu, Ashley and Norau Hrown and W-fo- re cable-grappliny 1 companies were filled up xnunKTay- afternoon, and Thursday night n new muster roll wns Wing prepared. The and will W the first regiment to move, but where, even Mustering Ofllcer Hal- lard docs not know. His orders are to Instruct the war department as soon n.s he has a regiment mustered. Kentucky Horses for the Cavalry. Col. Galthcr and other stall olllcers Lexixoto-c- , Ky., Moy 23. For the cavalry, horses by the hundreds aro of the second regiment will have their Wing purchased in Kentucky and physical examination l'riday. Lieut transported to Chattanooga and Tam- CoL Whipple - and Adjt William Collier pa. .Two parties of buyers, headed by havo alrcadj- passed. Will right the Levy. Capts. Aclshlre and Carson, have Wen , FnASKr-o'tTKy., May 24. Hon. Lawin Central Kentucky for a week past and their purchases represent about rence Maxwell, of Cincinnati, filed a' MX) head of geldings. Sunday Cant suit In the district federal court here Carson and Lieut lilunt purchased and Monday for the American Express Co., branded 103 head. These, together seeking to enjoin the state from cowith 00 head purchased at I'aris Satur- llecting a tax on its corporate franday, will W shipped Monday to Chat- chise. The grounds of thu petition authorizing tanooga. Capt Aelshlrc and party are that the Kentucky-lawent to Louisville Sunday morning, such a tax on foreign corporations is and Monday Capt. Carson and party In violation of the regulations of interwill go to Danville, where they will state commerce, and further that tho continue to purchase horses. Capt American Express Co. has not such Aelshlrc, since April 20, has purchased propertj-- or privilege In this state as brings it within the purview of this 00 horses and 1,200 mules. state and is therefore exempt ffllt Mot Oo Until Wednesday. On Killed In a Wreck. Cami- - Com.ier, Lexikgtox, Ky., May May 24. At Elizaiietiitow-- , Ky 23. Plans for the removal of the Second Kentucky regiment has again 1:S0 o'clock Monday morning, at Coles-bura disastrous collision occurred Wen changed, nnd the troops will not Wgln their march to the front till between the second section of train Wedncsdaj- - morning. The change No. 10, on the h. .t ,N., and a hill enwas effected through the action of gine. John Hnnlcj-- of Louisville, was killed. HoWrt Clare, a brakeman, had Col. Gaithtr and his officers In telegraphing Gov. Bradley requesting him his right arm and nose broken. Ento inform the wardepartment that the gineer C 11. . line was scalded, but not dangerouslj-Engineer Fltzpatrick Second could not W put in trim Tuesday evening, as the supplj- - of was badly bruised, ltoth engines w era Tho cars at the Q. it C. II. It yards in Lex- badly damaged, one totally. ington was not sufficient to transport lick was blocked until 10 o'clock. A track was built around tho wreck and the men. traffic resumed At that hour. lolsoned Milk. s It ishartl. will survive the day. The Justice boys were arrested itnd placed In tho Knott countj- - jail at Hindmnn. The Craft boj-- arc well known throughout east ern Kentucky. More than SO shots were fired in the battle, yet the Justice boys never received a shot ita ltwu. .ne, ,i,t, v,i a Ulrl l'.iriloned. May 20. The sheriff of countj- - arrived hero Thursday In charge of Lou Emma girl, who Chandler, alittlo was sentenced to tho penitentiarj- - for ninuu. she Is uu orphan, hus lim rar-O- Il (Twelve. OwSlej- - Kj, I play was attempted. I A Marehant'a Suicide, OwENSiiono, Ky., May 21. John C. Dcwitt a prominent merchant, died Friday from the effects of a doso of I opium taken Thursday morning with I ..ff.tl intent He was 4nllnn sudden ly ill, supposedly with heart disease, but at his death the poison was discovered Hewitt had recentlj' made his will, sold his business and most of He was In excellent his property. circumstances. HurttuM ltunaway. Ky., Maj 20. James Irvine, Mrs. Simon Shearer and Mrs. Dora Thomas were thrown from a buggj-- Thursday afternoon bj-- the horse attached to the vehicle becoming frightened at a passing freight train. Mr. Irvine and Mrs. Shearer were bad-l- y bruised and cut aWut the face and Mrs. Thomas will probablj- - die, her skull Wing crushed. ' Smallpox at llopklnsvllle. Kj, May 21. Thero was excitement here Friday over several alleged cases of smallpox, Two boys Infected came, here colored Thursday night, and cases of smallpox well developed, were reported A pest houbc has Wen estabFrldaj-- . lished and every precaution taken to prevent the spread of the disease. I...M brought ,Iia matter , rt Gov. Hrad- ley's notice, ond he promptlj- - pardoned little thing. the bright-eyelleer Uoyrotted. Louisville, Ky., Maj-- 24. The So cialist Trades and Labor alliance, of this city, has addressed nn appeal to not to drink any comtho working-memon Wer. Thl6 action Is duo to it conr brewflict Wtwecn the common Tho latter eries and their emploj-es- . wnnt Wttcr paj- - and shorter hours, but so far the breweries have refused to accede. Kentucky rostinaster. WASiiiNQTON.Mnj- - 24. The following Kentucky postmasters wcro commissioned .Monday: Cora, Anderson countj-, James T. Uttcrback; Cropper, shelbj- - countj-- , Eliza O'Conncll; Evnrts Harlan countj-- , H. F. Kcllcj" Farming-to- n Had-leGrnves county, Harlej-Cloj-s- ; Warren countj-- , Mattlc H. Clauscy; Piqua, HoWrtson county, E. H. Welld. W-cy, FitAMst-oiiT- To Itppay ttie Compliment. , Kj- May 24. Gov. llradley went to the camps nt Lcxlug-to- n Tuesdaj- - and presented a flag each to the Hradlej- - guards, of Frankfort, and the llradley rifles, pi Lebanon, both companies having Wen naiiied 111 his honor. The governor purchased the Hags himself, nnd made two presentation speeches to the companies. y, Ixxlge Mr. confined While "The explosion adds new futures to Ten- warfare," ono of tlw olllcers hln v f to a discussion of the bank and tax on corporations said, "None of our ships) were In strongly urging that such taxes be jured, but the explosion warns all ves not mpoed. Mr Chilton and Mr Turley cov-rsels to look out for lloatlng tunes. pretty fully tho general features of tbo bll Their speeches dealt comprehensively Knallsli Supplies at Jitiialca. wlm tho theories of taxation and wire thereI.qmio.n, May St. The diily Chron fore In the sery nature of things legal and icle commenting on a dllpalch from action of dUerl Ions upon the object. No ony kind was taken upon tho bill. Its correspondent at Klngsun, Jnmal House Tho day In the house, was devoted ca, who sajs that l'ugland hus thrown chiefly to the consideration of District of Co18 months supplies into Jamaica lumbia legislation. Two bills of minor Im portance whero all thu officers hato had their passed. affecting tbe volunteer military were leave withdrawn, asks If England Is Was Caused lly Accident. going to take it hand in tie Hispano Hkpmvim.k, Ind., May 24. It Is now American war and couples ts corres pondent's report with the rumor cur stated after investigation, that the exrent In Liverpool Monday tlati'ranct plosion of the powder mill here, In 0, which Arthur E. Hooth was killed, was Is trying to buy the Canaries for caused bj-- accident 000,000 ($30,000,000). iinvnl pro-po- ,. hurt The accident occurred just it us del--.- ts rf lnUl tho horses wcro turning into the home stretch, Dick Collins falling and bringing (low n several other horses. The jockeys most scrlouslj- - injured are S,nell nnd Gilmore, while Hathersoll and Dugitii are not so badly hurt The first two may die. Fought in a Draw. Piui.ADKi.t'iiiA, May 24, "Myster ious" Hilly Smith, of ISoston, and Charley Johnson, of this city, fought night at Athens. 15 rounds Monday Tho decision was a druw, although Smith clearly had the Wst it. He was tho aggressor throughout and landed heavily on Johnson's WJj- - and head. Johnson put up a good argument but was overmatched at every point u, IiHT!"2 W Fight for Food In Cardenas. Key Whsr, Fla., May 24. Ernest Central railway train, Castro, a Cuban refugee, who was In carrying North Carolina troops to Cardenas on the day that tho Window Florida, collided with another train was cut to pieces in trying to capture Monday. IVivBte William HarWr, a Spanish gunboat, arrived in Key Company I, of Durham, was killed, West Monday, hRvin Wen picked up and Private J. McCollougji w us fatally oil Cardenas. Castro said that provnnce. Injured. visions ure so scarce in Cardenas that Preparing for a t'ulmi Kiprdltluii tho people fight for food und that Alliance. Advances 1'onflruied, Tho steam, r Molill.K, Ala., Muy t!4 New Yoiik, Mny 24. A London cable there Is great suffering among the IVnll.t Is loading uuimiiuitiuti here ' n Cuban expedition, Ilrig. Gen. K.i'u'1 says tho Telegraph prints n Vienna poor. Ucxlrlguez, who wns n leading fig"" '" dispatch that tho rumor of advances Arkansas Troops Leave for Chickamauga. Little Iloch, Ark, May 24. The 1st tho ten years' wur, Is superintend n by Englnnd nnd Japan for an ullianco with thu United States Is confirmed In regiment lias Wen ordered to Chicka-niuugthe londlng of several car loads of and left Tuesday morning circles. and 1,000 ri tics and Cincinnati Will 11 tlie. Nest Meeting l'laee. Vork llrglinriit for SUiiHCrrvrra the Hern of the Hour In Spain. New Voiik, May .1, Cincinnati has Nhtv YoitK, Muy '.'4. Tho wm !'" Maiiiiih, via Frontier, Moy 24 -- The partment has asked Cen. Koe ' " Wen selected as thu placo for holding .Spanish government has Wen Wsought could have nuother regiment rta' U) tho next annual .meeting of the National urgently to send assistance to Ccrvera, d Charities and Correction congress, now start upon call, Cen line, has r hero of tho hour throughTho time fixed wns who is the Cadiz hurbor Is Wing laid In the iilllrmiitive nud from th - ' " In session here. orThudimiy May, the exact date Wing loft to tho out Spain. inferred that the 1'lrst discretion of tho oxucutlvo committee. with mines. be unlet ed to join Cen. Merrltt s " Hen. Henry It. Jackson Dead. In the I'hlllpplncs. Charged With Hoping the Water. Col.t'Miius, 0., May 21. A special disSavannah, Ga., May 21 Gon. HenOlromarcarlna I.hw llnrnn.lltullon11 'oted patch from Chickamauga Park says ry K- Jackson died hero Monday morn-t.ig- . Wahiiinoto.v, May 'J4. The He was a colonel in tho Mexican threo men were caught and arrested States supremo court Monday m 'h-convictions under thu oleonuri-i- r no there charged with doping the wells war, , a general In the confederate e nnd water troughs. Two mules lire re- arinj-- minister to Austria under Preslaws of Pennsylvania uml New to bo Invalid, thus holding W ported dead, Threo pounds of arsenic ident Hiichunan tud to Mexico undot Cloyeuntl. fcrc found on tho mcoi laDUiicQnhimioiiil. Wasiii.noton, May at The house Monday passed tho senate bill provM ing for the payinentof volunteers from their enrollment und authorizing t e secretary of wnr to pay troops em barking for Manila ono month in l The 1'ar-o- t Volnntears. Savannah, &. 1'rlvste Killed In it Wreck. Go., May 24. A Tlorlda l'cnnsj-lvanla r 1 - llaiu11-shir- Drummed Out of Cam p. llroke Ills Leg. , May 24 Kj-.Camp Coixiek, Lexisoyon, Kj, May Fred 11. FltAMiKoitT, 53. Tho event of Saturday was the HoWrts, the governor's private secre-tardrumming out of ono of tho guards slipped on tho wooden steps at men from llopklnsvllle, Kj, Edgar the east end of the statehouse Monday Davis, Wcause of his refusal to sign and fell, breaking his leg at the auklu the muster roll. Davis was called out joint lie suffered excruciating pain, Wforc the w hole company and his and the physicians fear ho will bulamu were handed to him, after for life. which he was drummed out A l'oassu In Pursuit. , , Paih-cahKj-.May 24. Mrs, Lee Iteceultlag at llopklnsvllle. Horaissviu.K, Ky., May 23. In re- Stanley, wife of n prominent farmer, sponse to a telegram received Sunday was assaulted five miles from this city She w us shot twice and f rrin Lieut It. C Payne nt I,exlngton, bj- a Negro. saying free transportation would W wounded twice with a butcher knife. furnished SO recruits for tho new Com- She may die. A posse is scouring- the pany D. an answer was returned an country und there will W n lynching hour later saying UwA 14 had volun sure If tho brills- - Is caught Setonsl Kentucky teered, and that the 20 asuca lorwouui be ready Monday night Wasiii.noton, May 24. The Second Kentucky regiment, Cob Crelghton, Hurglars at Madlsousllle. Mauisonville, Ky., May 23. llurg-lar- s now nt Lexington has Wen ordered to entered tlte residence of Prof. Chickamauga and to start nt once, blilppeit to Tampa. Thad P. Smith Sunday morning, securing 825 and a gold watch. Guy Youug, Paius, Ky., May 21. Three enr- loads aged seven years, fell from a stable of cavalrj- - horses bought here bj- dipt loft a distance of 10 feet, nnd was Allshlre, U. S. A., have Wen shipped injured. to Tampa. liels a I. If Neuteuee. The Courts May Settle the Dispute. .May 20. Joseph Pikkvh.lk, Kj-.- , FliANKFoitT, Ky., Moy 21. CoL John U Castleman, Gen. Collier nnd several Hranhatn, aged 10, was given n life legion officers had a conference with sentence for the murder of Mrs. Nancy Gov. llradley Friday afternoon over Damron, uged SO, a widow, one month the dispute as to who shull control tho ago. lie narrow lj- escuped tho death Louisville Legion now penalty. armory of the that tho legion has entered Uncle Hun Down and Killed lly a Train. No agreement was Sam's service. Siiei.uyville, Kj-.- , Mny U3. Itlchard proceedings may W Hohanuon, n well know u farmer, wns reached and legal resorted to In tho end. run down and killed by u Southern Fatally hhot lly Accident. railway train or trains some time SatIIenton, Kj, May 20. Ny tho acci- urday night near Hemp Kldgo xlatlou, dental discharge of a shotgun, Mottle eight miles east of this place. It Is Smith, aged four years, was fatally presumed he went to sleep on the wounded. truck. Commissions at rruiikfnrt. Latham Light (luards Disband. FltANkFOliT, Kj-.- , May 10. Tho comLexington, Ky., Muy 20. The llop, known as tho missions for the officers to W appointklnsvllle companj-Latham light guards, disbanded ed for Kentucky troops huvo urrjvcd Thursday night and most of the mem- at tho governor's office. Gov. llradbers have, returned home. Tho action ley says ho will issue no commisIs tho result of Capt Feland Wing sions, however, until thu soldiers are dropped as captain by tho stato au- equipped. thorities. Drowned While Fishing. Paducah, Ky., May 21. AlWrt New Kentucky Tost Ornces. a traveling salesman it ml son of Washington. May 31. Post offices havo Wen established as follows in E. Kehkoph, of this city, was drowned Kentucky: Uellwood, Nelson county, Friday while fishing lu the lake In , Illinois opposite this cltj'. Heart John S. Smlthi Gex. Gallatin countj-ottnekod him t.'AJ'1'ly uJ M Thomas Mylor, and UudlcllL, Jc&Mttlno fell mil o tl skirt, county, Jeremiah RuUlollV ly Kelt-kop- l.,.,,.,,,,,,!. H HHEKvtv. .; ' Jin 1 ri'.r .. JUL ri SvAa,, M -.-- -,,--.-. 2-jr- fc peWsWSuS- t-- TiJ!JflsSr M iJr Syn -- , C mjtmm "fcSg ........... ' -- ... -.'- -. -.-- ' - - m--mm tn ng;.- - j ur" s? r .'?''"""''"" V -- nrsl u I KWIIIIWII1W1 THE HICKMAN COURIER. IIIOK.tf AN, KY., jridat, : : : r may 27, Bon Keys Again. The I'oiinlists,in Convention nt Princeton, nominated Ben 0. Keys lor Congress hi this District. The platform Is strict, Midtlle-oKeys has been the Populist iinmiiieo sovoral times, and is a well informer) inan on the Populiat issues aud contentions. f the-ltoai- A WISE JIEflUIiATIOJf. news- TIIK DLKATIO.N Or THE WAK. WHAT Iw A KiADY TUB'S COST AND I'UOHIU'.SS. "'. w V' (HiioocxHur to lluolc llrom.J papers and the public, but the order of the Secretary of tbo Navy 1808. 1,800,000 a day, aud there bave forbidding the chlng out of any been uot moro tbau three really Navy Department, nows from tho activo engagements. But prepa LATEST WAR NEWS. except such as bo shall anthorlzo ration oxpouscB aro euual to, If to be bulletined, is undoubtedly a tbey do not exceod, tho outlay somo thonght- wise one. There are JVatliing Reliable We Baiduring boavy battles. Must less persons who mny say that the of tho puiuhaslug for the governlies All Kxpcclniiey servants of the people should Lord Woolsey's flint ment has been done in tho open have no secrets from Itieui, but I'eaee Illnla. A SPECIAW, WOBKUIARANTEED! market and at price fixed by the BHPAIRINO there are times when secrecy on Lord Wonlsey, the conimnndor the part of publle officials Is absellers. There has uot been time to advertise for proposals to furThero in absolntely nolbinc re- in chief of the English army nrnl solutely necrssnry to the fulfill nish the goods, aud consequently Hiiblo In the war news, from the navy, expresses his open siinpa-th- ment of their purposes. Nothing there has not been much compefor the Untied States in the ooolil be more unwise than to pat government allows s i act that the Dlaus for the prosecution of tition. An cnormon expenditure CllHten Ntrect. UIIKNAIV, KY. ' '.-- Botbing officially to be given out. war with Spain, and also that the the war before the whole Ameri Is compelled by tbe handling of this soldiers have no supe- can people, for in such case they All t he reports of battle thia week American aboat 100,000 men, who, acuord-iuriors in the world; tint ndds that would Immediately pass into ine proved to be fake. to the present plaua of tho government, will soon be actively The newspaper bare no post the United States is lucky in not possession of the Spanish author who wonld then know how engaged iu tbe war agalust Spain. tive iuformatiou as to the where-boat- now being at war with a tlrst ulass ities,meet every movement made. Then tbe cost of ainiaunitlou, eoal it naval power. Pulillu nuhiion in to of tbe Spanish fleet, but Aud while ihore will be many bits and supplies for the navy, to say is reasonably certain that tbey are this country has realized the truth of information, tbe siving ont of ! nothing of the purchase of auxiliary crnlsors, has mado heavy in Santiago tie Calm harbor, aud of this criticism, for it Is evident which could do no barm, and in reading which tbe publlo woald demand ou the government. that tbe American fleet has them that oar small navy could not t Hake a. MiaUhe Ten ' tbo greater guns bo very much interested, still the meet hemmed in bo tbey mast sooner would not and ships of England, Germany or nicest discriminationbetween what or later Quht or surrender. ! always be exercised Dewey is all right at Manila. Russia. Tbe realization of this woald urove harmful and what Out) of ita 8trotscat 1'olut ia it Troona and snnnUea are ou the! fact Is sure to lead to tbe United I not. and thus the general embargo eiart- t foMttw.1 States bmldlne a novjr eaual.lo la ladiclons. Tho Navjr , tMw,nil ani mtl Iiavat promise to give out all In raiin. .ECONOMY TUB USE OF PlfifiLL . ,.rTk j- - pm formation it has after facts are ac 112.000 75,000 moro volunteers. lUkes Biscuit in 4 Minute Llfilit Brrait in 40 Mlaatss. complished, aud this ought to sat Foreign Intervention. of the first called have been mas of Eoouoailcal Cooklag Dajrlnjr r '.Majestic" tuoaus a isfy a reasonablo public without tired in. Every prepajation Is tho knowing in advance ot tbo You'll Ray The best evidence to Hie aver- plans of the administration or its Other. Call aatl Examine going on for the Invasion of Cuba, age citiifii's mind that the Euro- speculations as to probable events. PhilipineH. Porto Rico, and the 333 A great battle is liable to occur pean nations are not going to in Happily, however, tuo Associated Press Is not dependent upon the any hoar, but the people should terfere actively on the side of department at Washington for not credit any report except of Spain against the United States its news of the war, it having its ficially authorized from. Washing, is tbe fact that the leading pow- own vessels and correspondents THE PARIS EXI'OSITDX. ers of Enrnpo, England, Russia, in all waters where hostilities are the older tho Imtter, lirovideil they nro ton- 0 AMcrArruMRHN ur thk cKLaaaaTsav with a certain nmouut France, are each likely. It has, Indeed, thus far, From London comes the news Germany and oppost-lioof Krncioiu dignity, nud vim havo the We regret to see any furnished the administration the of Spain's interceding tbroagb the seeking closer, friendly relations first news it has bad of nearly all to a proper appropilitlon to tlotiultioii aof Mvuetiiiug which U an with the United States. Thero is the important eveuts of tbe war-n- ews defray tbe expenses of ri Ameri- creations of any of the other wonderful Towers for peace. naturo. little doubt but that the friendOlivo, Fla. Lilly C. far in advance of tbe official can exhibit at tbe Paris exposiroUKTit l'ltir.c. ship of tbe people of Germany, reports. It will continue to give tion, and that regret Is in:reased A Long: War. because of tbe uroundi apon news Neither culture, position nor France, Austria and Italy Is on the people all the they there is. wbicb the opposition Is basid. We can make a lady. She unut bo money Wni, which is really all need, and Many knowing one are begin- the side of Spain, aud, perhaps, it (oyern-men- t bom in nature pnnile, pi'rharM, but thus it will be found that tbe em- do not believe the French not mado. All tho relations of ning to predict a long. war,, lusting Is largely trne In Russia, but the bargo at Washington is not so sehas or will take any meas- born W) sastaiuM with from one to- several! ytsis, atur governments of all these coun- rious a matter as on Its face It ap- ure In hostility to u or to any Ufa mustand tact. Often a lady must viwlom act in violation of intermlional eo and bo blind, suffer and be ileut. they give many reasoaa-t- support tries are h the attitude of making pears. It is, Indeed, the closing, law to our detriment. It la to Her sympathies must be m this prediction. friendly overtures to the United for good reasons, of but one of oar interest to strengthen oar intTering, nnd her charity nil bro.ill a on deep I aajE many channels of Information. m H 1st. The; think it tbe manifest States. Tbe facts appear to be fallen humanity; her purity so manifest 5" V" BBfSBHIil friendly ties witb all ualioni. r 2Jf W aBSw thnt even tho svmblauco of tIco will aaWaV policy of Spain- to wnge-aevasive that each aud aU of these counshrink nbinhcd from her prusencu. She A RACE PRODLEX. any general tries have their own international war, that Is mast no nnn iu clianutvr, true in wont LTneioiw in mien, tender in luvo and engagements by land or sea, both difficulties, nnd they at least do we annex Hawaii and the If The war tax strikes tbe retail iu soul. for tbe reason that she is not able not want to do anything to cause Philippines, which policy seems druggist in a tender plate. It MILS. S. A. CtltTTBSDKX, 120 nnxid St., OrecuTllte, 8. O. to fight tbe TJnited States In any tbe United States to side with to be growing in popularity In tbis provides for a tax of 1 con. on 'Jo WHAT IS A GENTLEMAN? decisive- battles, aud for the far- their enemy. And, besides, theirr( country since Dewey's victory at bottlea or packages of patent SBBMIllSiB W medicines, 2 cents on W cent riK!T rniza. ther reason that if she can pro trade, commerce aud bnaiuess Manila, there would be a new raoe bottles aud 4 cents on (1 lottles A FAKMEltS AND MLltCllAMS' NATIONAL BANK, s Ls pcntle and gentleman one who S"" 3 tract the war for one year, or two is Immense. question to consider. Tho Boston or packages, aud the worst refined in wanner, courteous in deport3 aP years, the great powers wilt lire l .1. o C MM. M. Herald, speaking of tbe subject, in tho case is that be mutt boy ment, magnanimous in disposition, in society, temperate iu habit, neat tbe stamps and pat them oneyery Miracles In War. of tbe interruption of general comsays: l in ihtnjii and in costume, uot K'vcu to as he sells it. After tbe merce, and take steps to bring strife nor evil speaking, malutaUiitiK "More than this, by tho annexation bottle Au and impatient of Hawaii wo repndinU tho principle law goes Into effect the maaafac-tnre- r pmper diKnity nnd yet about peace. will stamp them, bat stock mindful of the richtu of others ; truth pnblio are apt to expect something thnt our pcoplo havo held for tho lnt And then on tbe Americso Bide four a prlnciplo laid down that has already been bought and ful, honest, patient, charitable, benevo a Declaration of the approach of the yellow fever like miracles in war. The great in tho men were created independence, paid for once, most now bi paid lent ami nuiuano. Q. that all JOHN G. HUSSELL. z season in Cuba, tbe danger from yictory of Dewey, without dis- aud in placo of thU we free and canal. for again, or at least tbe ttnmps 3 II.DUCIIANAN, J.J.C. HONDURANT, (5. D. TIIREI.KELI), M .U MUYT, J. W aabatituto tho 2 PECoro crediting that gieat commander, doctrine that a certain npcclalized sec must be paid for before be can tUFa cause of landing great bodies of all, a manly man, who holds Fint ALEXANUEIl, E. CAHK, J. A. THOMrbO.H. tion of mankind that Li, the whito sell ibe preparation, after tbo new honor Mi dear that all hU actions are of soldiers there, aud the almost was sometbine like a miracle, that nice, uud posnibly tho His iratncrvicnt to it. ",v-- coiucicuce his is, might uot occur again In a war aiouo is capable oi freedom, canraco law take effect. -- " lay certainty of passing transports " TlMllV "" 11. BDCHANAN. Prtildtnl; J. J. C. tlO.VDUBANT, Ml YMfl. .BRUjlhM Kriiciov5,Tjut not patrouixlnK : clean iu l ."'. The TJnited VleirrttMtBl; J. A.THOMf-SOWBp-rwHnil .. UM.BUU M St J . a clean mliid make a Cithitr; II KN KUVKKNUALL, States and England iiilun, tbe United States to expect vfo a lower order, and mast be treated on to all our Southern towns nnd citclean Inxly. Ho walks a LiiiK among this bask, perhaps not enslaved, bnt are surely and swiftly driftlug to wnoLutLi and xrriL piaiiih in men. jxjTiiiK nainrtt ami is'lug cIoko to ies,, would be very much in favor lories of tbe same bind and mag- nono tho km bo mado to understand an alliance. room that, Now, what was at flrat bnt tier, nu uiiua lias no of his for tho little- -; of not crosslna over our soldiers nitude from Sampson nnd Schley. tauts an compared to tho whito inhabi- lilckeriniM fellow of are In fact, these inpatients want a fnui nrnl the United State, they ..!! uot a suggestion, witb scarcely a like- iks and ot ei!isiincn,s or nrnico or men no laint sento occupy Cuba until late this fall. !.. u.u, .11113 (n .1... 1T1U1.1IUU Ul IS IUV Jivv uuu fumnl suality hU and thero- To be snre, if Sampson and Schley great battle eyerr day, and no de - 'povernmeiit which of necessity we lihood is of ever taking a arrious ioro no stains too noblo life,seuso of tho w m l,onl1, lmv. which of all iridti, from First Tool to Slick. & a(,0lt, '?, t,1(J caso of form, being earnestly consider-ere- word a Kctitleiuati. niKiiwt hall meet and destroy the Spau-fa- feats on our side. Hawaii, aud would bo even moro by tbe leading men of the MARGARET S. SULLIYAX. Uur successes In war BO far nocexsary in tho case of the Philippine two great fleet as Dewey did at Manila, countries, and more so Hcns.cle.ir, N. Y. by tbe English statesmen. then the war woald eud quickly, nave been marvelous. We bave """??' .. .L IIllUD . ....... England' most prominent pub j ua.iuu or u.uuu poopio out or iuu.ouu to wnoui A gentleman is a man whose nature bat otherwise it promises to be Prices ring, from 12.00 to jutBimilaily situated ever did in tbe 'Political rights could bo reasouably ac- - lic men and leading newspapers is piuternwl or molded protracted for one year anyhow. "nud tho length and depth and uianus tncro v , tuniwi. ho in mo c uuippiuennt or n mnn. bave tbrowo aside all reserve and ani1 breadth aro equal.'' Bravo, height Ton, sccortllsf to grids. same length of time before ou.uuo or uo.uuu wouiu kind, openly Urge and advocate tbe Al- varinnnly estimated from 7,600, conrteons, quick to seo tho right aud Snakeh in tbe Philippines grow there Is a general feeling of Th nuslllr li sll lbs unr. ouo to 16,000,000 who might be ncconled liance condemn tho wrong, but never condone lbs illHirsoc of lbs Co. oi Hit lump. aa big as telegraph poles. Ugh I appointment over tbe results. limited political riahu. Hurimr cast In the tut PROSPERITY OF THE FARMEI1S. "; Acknowledging all men as brothers, ALEX. A. PARIS & SON. of a common 1 other, ho strives to leave If any Kentucky editor has Why! Simply because we have fuido our principles in tho caae of HaWatches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware.'&c joined the army be ia drilling un- been boasting too much, and have waii, and having adopted tho old world One has bnt to look about i,!,,,"0 www better for having lived in it.theory, it would bo an towards WOmeu aud chllV " der an alias. gotten our people into assuming ea,y matter for us to give it extension to HAH Ihn sign or prosperity that ,1.,,, Kcn"? IFINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. DR. S. K. DAVIDSOiN a aiwayg considerate. in the manner just indicated." is every week becoming more not MllS. L. M. Joll.VrOX, Thk prison commission case that we coald do things In a Qenaiuo Setli Thomas Alarm Clocks for f 1.00. aT iceable among tbe farmer. They Washington, D. O. will be argued before the court of that cnnuolbe accomplished onsbt to be, and doabtles are, 3 Door East of Laclede Hotel, appeals June 1st. HICKMAN, KY. The Cuban Itebel. rofUTn phize. in a mouth. KENTUCKY tbe happiest set of me"n in the Nutnrohas furnUhod tho diamond In HICKMAN, Thk Republicans of Tennessee The insurgent forces in Cuba county. Tbe products of the soil tho rough with qualltlw that cimmaud will nominate a State ticket at AJ E.1GLIS1I SPEAKING ALLIANCE. admiration olished gem. Tho w. r. ioussios, r. a. itoLroiBK, r. rrt.-t- . have evidently been over estlmat- - are bringing fair prices, tbe com qnalitha of iu thu and mind that charac- Offloe over Oowgill & Cowgill' B. T. TIIAB, Trts'U Nashville, August 17th. heart ing wheat crop, wbicb la immense Drug Store. terize nro The heavy expenditures for An American alliance is fayored ed In the matter of effectiveness I, ,r0In8e a good price, and wblle Ouo sotho true gentleman "born inborn. endowed may bo to war material, patting million In by the London Cbrouicle. It says: and numbers. Investigation has'itia not likely to remain at its purple" or merely the offspring of tho tho j. o. srEianT. circulation, will introduce au era lhPsft evmencpn nf a nlM and snown mat instead of an army of present status, it la pretty certain plebiun. Nature U impartial. Ho who d. a. tare. of prosperity. Ab ,"8?riLeo.tf . J.Ji!8. Pr.e.","D.? p.r,ca deserved hucccbs of the American !.,1.t. Z PARK & SPEIGHT, We don't want Cuba, nor Porto arms do not alter, though tbey the field, and most of tbeso nre v."".nl.w.!?l,m ,5,WMO,H0this year's crop profitable. That iiiiTiiniiii; in iiuiiiiH i Rico, nor tbe Philippines, nor have mny reinforce oar views us to tbe poorly equipped and drilled. inn v " a.itA. ouid uuiuiuii ui uvic)u uciicr, ': the gcin In the rough. Tho enstoms we any use for Hawaii, only as MAYFIELD, KENTUCKYneed of preparing the way for aim ue is authority on all thlcgsof good society provido tho polish wur necessities. Xi.vuu. pertaining to wheat, at present. AX INCOME TAX. closer relations between tbo EngWill do a General Law Businosa They take a cheerful view in lish and tbe American peoples. Small fruits aud vegetables, in SURPLVtt A1.D VHOIVIOED PROFITK $ie,ee. in nil Courts, State and Fed Madrid of tho failure of Sampson We Bee traces of a desire iu high OUR DAYLIGHT DOMAIN. Whenever additional revenue Is which our people are largely ineral, nnd In all tho Courts to keep Cervera out of Cuba Dorts. places at Washington to hold the needed by the government Solicit yoar business. We offer tbe most Liberal Aooomuodaliobl tho terested, are bringing far prices, of Fulton County. A dispatch says, "It ia now believ- I'hilippiues iu the fur East. That to oar Customers Consistent witb Established We aro not quite equal witb first thing to be taxed la whisky therefore, what dotb binder them ed the Americans tied in order to policy would certainly evoke uo from prospering f Dun king Principles. Croat Britain in tbo expansion of Prompt Attention Ultra Collections. avoid a reveise. jealousy In England. As we have nnd the next is tobacco, Itia or our dimain, bat we are getting A GREATER COURAGE. UEN. LEE has carried ont tbe said nnrselves, tbe country does gued that these are luxuries and, K. T. TYLER. O. A. IIOLCOMBE, J. NAYLOlt, W. II. BALTZER there. Tbe claim that with tbo Washington Piwt.J sentimental idea of having Gen. not covet tho islands, and, indeed, therefore, should bear the bnrden "It BomotlmcB require more and oooupfney of the Philippine isJ. W. OOWGILL. W. L. MoOUTOIIEN, W. 0. JOHNSON.. Graut's graudaon, Algernon Sar. her Interests, as things are now of luxation. It ls further urged hotter courage to stay at homo lands the Ban never sets on Amor-lea- Blacksmith and Undertaker shaping, lead her ruther to the that since they nro articles used tori, on his staff. His own son, a man, sol Fitzbagb Lee, Jr., will ulso be one northward than to the southward by a large proportion of the ceo than to go to war. Many tnw-nntee- during ibIs not quite true. It holds long day of tbe year, of Hong Kong. Far America tho 'Pie thia tax Is the most equitable if duty would permit him. IIIOKMAN, KENTUCKY. ef bis staff officers. would be glad to go, bat bat wbra the shadows lengthen problem Is not one of annexation The Incomo tax provision of the Thk State Baptist Association uui one ot responsibility for ill. Wilson bill was declared nnnnn is compelled by tbe most solemn and diyllght shrinks, eaBtern GIVE MK A TRTAL wtitn jrou wtn In miillbing ilonc, or will bold its annual meeting in governed races, which have fallen stitntiunat because one iuden saw aud binding or all human obliga- Maine li still dark of tbe aun has WsgonS) &c. llortfshotinf a rtF'irt specialty Hopklnsvllle on Jane 18 and con- away from their slovenly a full lint of and also light and changed his mind, bat it tions to stay at borne. It ia uot ceased (o shine on the Philippines. I alio keep tinuing several days. Tbe Bap merciless rulers. a manly, a wise or a heroic till distinction of EngTo Meanwhile, we with tist ministers will meet on June welcome the warm words in which is ciear mat, even thereintbo qaes for a citizen to leave bis thing land mm once contended tbat tionable decision It was wife, Undertaker's Goods, render 16 and 17. Over 400 delegates Bir William Harcourt, at eci, an income tax law could be cuuureu, Bisters or parents ia the antrose on the eastern limits Common, None woo J, an J Solid Dlsck Wslt win aueuu. pledged the liberal party framed that would stand the con want in order to go where he I of Maine before it set on the far- nut ColHnl and Casts, which osn befitted not needed. So long as there i thest of tbe Aleutian Island. up on short notice, snJ at reoaalilt u volunteers are to "sympathy for the side that stitutional test. Kicking uecaaae they have noth makes for freedom." He nuts This claim, however, ia true only prier. Give nt a call. If fairness is what Congress is a surplus of men who want to and whose oresenae at imm for a few week In tbe summer. MT Bhop nttr Iht J til. iug nui coruoreau aud bacon to pithily the reasons why we, all of looicing ior, let them pat an in eat. acientlsta say a corpse will as, are in iieart with tbe American come tax provision iuto tbo war la not essential to tbe support of To construct ,a country npon keep longer when charged with people in the straggle. Whatever revenue bill. iBiuuiea, no man wnose prenenee whose soil the ann wonld never Illinois Central R. R. ia thus required has a moral right aet, tbe United State wonld bave nuu that kind of erult. and thin the force of events may bring ont to enlist. diet was probably adopted bo our of it, we understand and maintain WAIT FOR THE FACTS. to take possession of tbe Canary Mslalstss unturctiti! boys can be shipped home after that it was undertaken not for agIslands. These island are about "reVEMDE. RAISINU WAR gression nor for territorial aggranme uattie is over. The Associated Press find it 135 degree west of the PhilipDOUBLE DAILY SERVICE of tho Cumberland Mountains, ia Macon coantyj pine, or nine boars' difference In from New Orletns to Momphli, St. Louis, Among the This Is from the Louisville Dis. dizement, but in tbe same zeal for necessary to soud out from Wash Nowhere, in no section, in the paten: "Hoys, ir you want to get races emancipation of oppressed lugton a fresh addition to the in party, is there any opposition do time, wljlch woald insure sunlight Loultville, Cluclnnsll, Cblongo. to Tennessee. No hot nights, no mosquilos, no malaria t into the army, or in other places ing of which roused the best feel- junction to keep cool and wait, furnishing the most ample means somewhere op the soil of tbe From Mtmplilt toCsIro, St. Louis, England over Bulgaria and United State at all times. Ciiiolnotll, Loultf lllr, and from St. where the services of men nro This telegram Bays that what of. for tbe prosecution of the war to Bat theno have only started. Louis to Chlctgo miking direct oonneo-tioneeded, atop wasting yonr nerve over Armenia, and oyer Orpte. flolal a prompt with through trsins from sll jiolats Unhappily, In none of these cases of the navy department most The only and Buooessful Issue. Give Greater American a little rorce ana vitality on tho dendlv dispute is as to what tlmo and it will always be in day could England put clgarette. There will be need for strength. But If weout hot' whole tear la the effect that might be funds are needed, aud how they North. Eait aud Went had beeu as produced upon tho people by Bball be provided. light. Louisville Commercial. men oerore tne war is over, and free to do so loelaillnir UutTtlo, 1'lttsburg, Cltftltnd, was America Doiton, New York, 1'hllsdelrliU, j'ou may brace up and get iti yet." this question na Cuba, we all over greatly exaggerated and misleadIt is estimated that It will coat Uo 'Way, hggtrl of know ing report from Spanish sources $.100,000,000 to Richmond, St. l'sul, Minneapolis, coiitinuo the war The Kentucky Press ABSocin- - what would have happened, of some naval battle, iu which tho for one year. There is now an The Paduoab Visitor says tbat Omaha, Ksniat City, Hot Spring), Ark and Dtnvtr. Close oonnteiion with Cenlion win meet tuts year In the city claim of Cincinnati on the flrat day of Thk revenue bill being discuss-Jnly- . Spnnlnrds Itwill realized a decisiye available surplus iu tho treasury one of tbe fanny incident, min- tral MlatlMlppI V.llcy ilouto Solid Fast in abundance. Unexcelled in the cure of Stomach, Liver, Kidney 1b viotory. that first of200,000,000, which had far gled witb the ad, at tbedeoot tho Vestibule Daily Tralu tor and at that point will hold ed by Congress provldos for issu- - news of an engagement in the tor bo put iu circulation than bet. other day, ou tbe departure ot the and Skin Diseases, Dropsy, IUicumatism, &c. It business meeting. On tbo eye lug thrco per cent, be Dubuque, Nloux FhIIn, bonds to or ma secona day the entire amount of 8100,000,000; an tho neighborhood of Cuba or to the kept miserly hoarded In tho pub-li- Paducnb volunteer, was occasionMIoux City eastward may reach the United The analysis mado by .Dr. J. M. Saflbrd, of Vanderbilt University, vaults, so thero is no need of ed by an old colored woman, who 'gang" will leave oyer the 0. II. in tho tax on beer of 11 a & D. for Detroit where thpy will barrel; an Increase on manufac- States througli the Spanish cable hasto iu tho the couslderatiou of remarked when surrouudod by a ami tbe West, l'artioulart of agtnts of by or Madrid, and other information, on amplication to number of colored men: "Go way the I. C. It. It. and couneoting linen. take tbe lake steamer for Macki- tured tobacco to 12 cents a pound; nre the way certain, no and these war revenue. almost matter what Thoro is ubout AflO.Oftn nan r trotn me you niggers; dara de WM. MUniUV, Dlr. I'ais. A.tnt, .ftw nac nnd at that delightful summer an increase of $1 per thousand Iu may be, Orltant. resort tbey will remain for several tbo tax on cigars. It provides for the result victory to makn such a snlgnorago lying Idle in tho Treat-nry- . white boya gwine way to do do J NO. A. SCOTT, Dlr. Tail Agent, Mem- claim for for the Spanish Why not utilize that hv i.. flgbtin', aud yonae laylu' 'round days recnperntlng and enjoying a tho placing of stamps on bank as at the battle or Mnnlln bay, mug ceruuoaies BgalUSt it and heah lookin' at 'om; go way from pbii. A. II. IIinsok, o. A., Chlotgo. much needed rest. r. checks and patout medicines, Wnlt for our own ofllclul report, oolulug It T mo; so way, roe aauameu oryoui .A, Kuiosd, A, o. r, a. LouUy11U, Epson, Teunossce. from, tbo time of the declaration of hostilities to the present time l. It is rather hard upon tho - y s I wj tlt -.- -. One of the most pertinent ques- Ami What It a fSculleiUMii? tions growing out of tho wur be"What Is a lady 1" "What is a tween Spain and the United States Is, What Is to bo the extent of Its aoutlenianf" Some one asked duration T these questions of tho New York Flushed with excitement horn nf Admiral Dewey's brilliant ex World, and to a iury formed by plolt in Manila harbor, most of us that paper tbo definitions of tho are apt to conclude that two or paper's readers were submitted. tbreo months will suffice to con- Prizes of $23, I2.W), S7.G0 and 5 clude hostilities, bat such does wero awarded for nuawera to each not seem to be the jadg&cut of nueslion. The prise answers fol- experienced lighters. Daniel E. Sloktea, wbote !i- -. General competency to judge of tba dura WHAT ISA "LADY?" based not only lion of the war I'lllST npon his gallant service In the A Indy U a woman of rvflnemeut, anion army, but also apon his whether to tho manor Imoti or actiulrvd knowledge of tbo Spanish eUrao by vulture. Her noMetiwui of character to nny chic, for ter, derived from his long,oSclHl tit mi.irv'Utntlublo, oblii"!. ulio Li aud slncvro residence in Madrid, states tbit In gruipathetic, mid, as If in kroplug with thau'lealve thnu bis iudgment not less quitliticx ot au amLiblu mouths will be required to end dUpwltloM, Kite U a pciniKu tf virtue, propriety In ilrwu. a iMtrott .. the war finally. Wile petftctly a mold of ....or a tinptniM-aware of Hie dostraotlTeiicM of of iMtryiiik' a gunrdian nuucl nt home. charity uud be modern cans, General Sicilei Viola ux.sh.nos. Ileves this consideration will e in kxcond TOIZK. some measure neutralized llii tbe Tho following nro my a lady's dilatory tactics which 8 tail Is principal nxiulsitca : Strength, honor, more than likely to adopt. wU(1oiii,kooi1iicm) aud virtue. A woman Bat Rear Admiral Uhen afrtf, or slmiiK-- and womanly In idl her way. mauuen, tact, modthe United States navy, li still potukswliiK refined heart aud a OhriHtlaneity. Vluiliui of tnoro liberal in his alio wan li. lie spirit ; always polite nud eotuhlernte of belleveB that three years file ist tuo loiniorts mm u union oi otuon, iUiow wilt bn required li aeltlc-full- Viler 1.111K iniit njuruw iu nit cij.jm.ni ntiu rv Coming from one wlo is f talufux Iiit Kucxt tiuultthu ilurliiK llniM recognized as au authortfj oa na oC MiTcrslty. Bkatta IUmiiakt. val matters, this opinion canaol 27 WiwhUiRtou av.r N. Y. , bo retarded lightly. y TIIIIID rillZE. So we must reconcile ourselvei To fonn a lady, taVcalarKequnu to what seems to be tbo declsi'n tlly of tact, then first more tact, and noino of the fates. If the wir cuds, in- after that u Krv.it deal moro tact. Adil side the next few months, so n?ach to thU, virtue, truth. tliouKlitfulueju the better, but if it does tot,' we and uiwlkihnoN"., a (liwli of kiiullieiirt-wluttau bruveuim mast wait patiently for oo delay- and through all a reUuiHl ofui'iitleuetw. ed triumph. Over thU lay tho polLdi of cultivate! wouianhoxl, with a few old nuctwtorx I ;, War has cost tbe United States Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Musical Instruments. Call and Sec our New Stock of Jewelry. g r f "Majestic" Cooking Ranges. The Best in the World la Buying One of these Ranges -- IN KbiK-to- llle-llui- e Thru. - StaatS'VM&EZi) nuiler-cnnvii- t HICKMAN WAGON CO., n , - - n tiiewr taxes" fm fen VSGaJVXISlgJLpjrlasiiT - So I JO r CO HICKMAN WAGONS, 3C I Ken-ia- over-anxiou- s nelf-rs.c- t, 'l-- L.I Kent-ration- ho o (oil A IkklMsilH llasHsBH CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. DIEBOTOE.S. AitUitnt-CsiLlcr- Anglo-Saxo- u snWto4iwtw W&tfctaM'JL!j - - '',.,', iUiim.A.rAHlta,501Tt N , Pittsburg Coal KERR ft HANDLE, d n .. i - four-wiunr- " I i I , mo-rae- S A ..- OtX S ... wICKMAXT " im. lti'iiiii-iii.-iii- . im r-- s -- - 3LwU. :KaltelJLBa.5l. Paid Up Capital $50,000.00. J-- m. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. 8 ,..u. AITS, A. F. OLIVER, 'DIBBOTORS n r. I I ESpson Cam-bridg- e, Springs! eu-lis- t, Macon County, Tennessee. foot-hilts Chi-ctf- o, White, Black and Red Sulphur, also, Cha lybeate and Freestone Waters, llsltl-mor- e, o John M. Rogan, 'rp-- VT Mb ji.v ', s-" ff92 Commoncement Wo want to Exercises Hickman College. wr.HNoAY kvbniko, 8: 80. of The World's gmmmininmmmwiiimwmwmmmwmmwmwg l.M'i:XSE AT 1IUAIILEV. Best Products! Sheriff ot Urnres KcaJy to (lire Pro tectlon. Start Something! Star Sicklo Best on Knrth, now By Elocution unil Mnslo Clnxmis. Piano Duet, Invitation to Danco, Wob-or- , MUim DuBuw and Caso. Katlo Le iiml Wllllo Cray, Ida Ad. urns. Our Haliy, Edwin Fnuna. Tho Smack in School, Franklo Rold. Tho Unfinished Song, Mq11m)1 Fuiiun, Piano, Bubbling Spring, Rhino King, Maud Luusfnrd. I d Reduced Prices MOUSRHLINK DKSOIE mul KWIVliL SILKS. we On ninny llneB of Summer Goods tills week, It in prettj early for roduotlons, hut we want to close tho lines, nud therefore mako these cuti juat ns tbey ore wanted: Z " Kirt-oliiK- s Harvester Oil, 10c per falIou. Best quality Hinder Twino, 1k. Sections, Section Rivets, lCnifo Ilemlt, Knives, Canvass, Ciiiiviihh Tucks, Slut Repairs, Molts, Oil Cans, Chains, Ax., fur McC'ormick, Dccring, Woods, &c, Hinders mul Mowers. Agents lor MoCoruiick Right Hand Binders nud Mowers. Agency permanent. Export and Re pairs right in your initial. Ik. mndiiuca. Full lino of (icucrul Repairs for MeCurniiok MJGfilKS, CULTIVATORS. DISC SULlvYS AND 1 TO SKLL. DRILI-S- , lift. DON'T FORGET, to give that ttippott you've bttn pramiting forlO ytart to vhorrer icuttlil ttart a regular Implement untl Vihicle Luslniss in Hickman. Recitation, Virginia Luton. Nigger Baby, Homer Oreonn. TIio Story of Seven DcyllH, Davo Mad' dor. twtXTfTF1 Piano, Vabtu Arabomiuo, Loch, Ivcy Cheek. Tableaux; Homage to Poetry, Cupid's Dance, Strength, Skill mid Patluiice, Ilradicta, Nymphs at Play, Nydla, Wounded, Death of Virginia, Gossip, THIS HAT STOCK by leu young ladle. Play, Miles Staudlsh. Characters OF OURS Miles StauiUsli, Davu Maddtix; Jnhn Alden. Alex. Check J Prlscllla. Kate Handle J Elder. lrather Ourlln ; MessenOamo from tho best and bifr;it ger, Irwlu Brovurd ; Indian, Henry Am- markets. You conldii'tRot better WTR. prices or better quality lu New guests. Pilgrims In Council, Wedding York CUy than wo otieryou here, Sceno I. Miles sends John to Prlscllla. isjcaoso wo offer you tho name Scene II. John delivers Miles' Kols yon would get thero. to Prlscllla. Scenu III. John brings IVlscllla's an Hrimr In vnnr Hat taste nud WO will swer to Miles; u messenger summons find sometltinK to suit yoa. We Miles. will suit your pnrso too., Sceno IV. Miles, Klder, Indian, Men To fit 703 up HKAD aai TOOT. WC assembled m Council. Kocuu V. John In troue'.O ftud doubt. win Ki'O you Conversation Between John nud tl.OO nud i:i.M) Patent v lynther Shoos f d VI. John nd PriacUIa by mtusciigcr. Tho aro W. L. DotuHnjs; make,' Prlscllla, Klder, Sceno VII. John, and aro as Kood as tho ixt. Friends. Weddlmr interrupted by mes-sago Pria-ulll8 tutor-rupte-- haw reduced the price from Just a few pntterns left, and to close them COo to !Jt)c 13 l'AHASOLS and Have bad nn excellent Parasol trade so far, LADIES UMBUKLLAS. but have a few left, nud these we have reduced heavily. 2 OO White Silk and Fancy Parasols reduced to to 2.25 White Silk, tiluimuil with Chiffon, cut from WFIITH SILK and very flue quality, trimmed with Chiffon, were (3.50, LLAUK. SILK. 75 Now now $3.00 SIIIKT WAISTS that were 81.50, 1.25 and 1.00, in order to close them out, We are showing nn elegant line of New Shirt Waists. from 50o to $1.50 Oc Prices range S2,5 J Sanders & Reeves. Miles. Admission, IS cunts, school children, ten cents. No reserved seats. TIIL'IISUAY, y WASH GOODS. Tho largest stock and largest assortment iu the city. New Lawns at 4c aud 5c. Organdies at 8jc and up. WIIITB GOODS. We show a big stock of White Goods, of every description. While Iiiwuh in to 35a Checks, Plaids, Piques, Dimities, &o. LADIES VESTS Bo and 10c. Carpet Deportment second floor. Largest stock of Oaniets, Mattings, Oil Cloth aud Linoleum iu Fulton county. Prices the lowest. Mattiugs at 15o nud up. Kniillej's refusal to Issue requisition papers for the return to Ken luoky of Bob Blanks, the bogro child rapist of an iu this city last January, has great ly incensed tho people or Maynold and Graves county. Sheriff Douth it haa promised to prevent at all hazards any attempt at lynching Blanks If brought here for trial. The supposed mob at the midnight train on Inst Monday night was a half hundred deputies summoned by the Sheriff to sen that no foul play was undertaken whon lis 5 riff landed in Max Held Hi proposed to swear in e ini "en to insure safety to the prisoucr when delivered here, but If the Governor absolutely refuses to recognize Graves' county's right to deal with her criminals the next man who wishes to ravish a little child will only be required to blacken bis face and step Into another State. cleven-yeur-old Mayfikld, Ky Msy2l. Gov. i XI CAKPETS. not bo forgot Urn that anyone troubled with rheumatism can pet prompt relief from pain by applying 'Ghamhcrlaln's Pain Balm. Tho nulck I relief It affords is worth many times ita I cost. 2.r cents. Then If it uso is con- mmmmimm Utln to affect a curo. For salo by! X X Swavno. It should rJ Bice & Hot; CLOTHING. JUNK 3, 8 ! 30 ! M. The Hog Law. - . mm V At City Hall. Tho parties who proposed to test tho Piano Duet, Overture to William Tell, hog law lu Hickman decided uot to do Misses Islurand Hurt it. Splendid Selection of Annual Address, by Hou. A. L. Peter-ma- so, being advised that whatever defects may pertain to tho ircacnt law could bo Vocal Solo, Summer, Chamluado, NEW BOOKS, cured nud thu law mado effective and Alice Comll. Piano Solo, Mexican Dausm, Goldbeck good. ElMuyhere n fatal point against Kato Handle. such a law has been where "tho Uonri' STATIONERY, Trosentntatlon of Diplomas. ctl failed to submit tho question iu to Solo, Tempest of tho Heart, Vocal or uot stock should run nt largo whether MLss Loula Hamate. u NOTIONS, &t. AdmLssion, 16c, School children 10c. lu tho city to n vote of tho legal votirs." XEUH0 BUXtl AT HIVES, TENX. Also, It Is claimed to bo in violation of IS THE TIME OF YEAR& Sections CO and 108 of tho Stato Con Call and sec our Stock. Every Prof. Wittman to Remain. it 1 A dispatch from Memphis, dated 23rd stitution, and Chapter 22 Kentucky WHEN thing up to date. lust., says s Some timo before day this Wo nrc plcnscil to anunnnco that tho Statutes. That doWGILL & COWG1LL keep a morning a negro named Joo Mitchell friends aud patrons of lVof. M. J. Witt-mato remain in havo induced him was lynched at Rives, Teuu., na tho Ill Mary Berexdeb & Co. another tenn. They boliovo Lino of Hickman Full inois Central ltailroad. Ho was taken that his stay hero has and will assist from tho viliago calabooso by a mob said hugely in develojiiui; and sluvatluK the Tho Tmstces of Hickman Collrgo dc AND to number 800. Ho was a brakeman on musical tasto or thu community, and slro to inform the Pnblio that tho Mn CrE ALLOTIIKll GOODS AS CHKAI AS THE CHEAPEST! 1iomi that It will unite musical luterutts, slcal Department of that Institution will tho O. & N. O. Railway. A fow days as certainly tho iiuprovcinent nud pro Is) continued under tho management of AND ago a lad named Henry uaruor, rrom ficiency of his cIiuals, especially the n competent teacher, aud tho friends of (Suecestor to Wm. Diesttlbrlnk,) Dyersburg, fell or was thrown from a Ilickmuti orchitra, demoustrato his tho College who desire their children -- DIAIE NYItUrg! 1S- C'OOGII freight train nt Rtvcs aud both his legs as a t achcr. As a eouijxwor aud taught ocal or Piano music can bo as success ho has few suin'riors. Tho sured that no pains will be sivired to were broken, from which Injuries ho ; Always ou Hand Also, r--;;;ARE IN DEMAND. state recent Wittman concert riithnsctl our givo them entire satisfaction. died. He mado un.auto-mortotf musio-lnviiiu pwplo. For further ment that brakeman Joo Mitchell throw call ou the I'rofeMor at his him from the train. Mitchell was taken AU those most commonly used in this -- 2 LIME, CEMENT, Tiiosk of our readers who havo used Tho wind bloweth, from tho train nud placed under arrest. Chnniberlaiu's Cough Kcmcdy will Hot Tim water (towel h, This morning ho was taken from tho Ik) snrprlsod to learn that the salo of section of tho country cau bo Tim sulM'rilH'r o etli, MIQKUAN, KENTUBKY. of a Dressed calabooso, carried Rcuh In tho rtamnco suit ot Williams vs. this moht excellent medicine has been And lliu Iml knowrlli Hnm JohuMjn, in prisrexs at Clinton, extended around tho world, aud that It mile into tho woods, hanged nnd then Wo sro In mi-- if your ilutis j bnl-ltho argument was in procress nt tho is last becoming a universal favorito iu FOUND AT perforated with bullets. Thirty-fiv- e S mm holes were found in his body this hour of colnu to press, and no verdict tho treatment of coughs, colds, croup FREE DELIVEUY. 000RS, BUNDS, TliLn thhiK of dunnln' . moruluir. Mitchell's homo was in Pa expected ycstenlaj-aud whoopmg cough. Tho So and 60 CIlm tu thu blues. ducah, Ky where ho has a family. Ho All tho Postal Curds now used lu cent bIzcs for salo by T. T. Swayne. Swayne'so Drag Store. Telephone Store No. 04; Reel- SASH, SHINGLES, ETC, ran between .Fartucan aua aiempuis nun thu United States aro mado from Cotis well spoken of by all trainmen who Tub board of missions of the This Is a tnoht promUlUK year for tonwood froiu ICo. 0 Island, opposite M. worked with him. idence, Ko. 90. E. Church, South, has appro fanners. Hickman. Did you know that t TO SETTLE LAU0R STRIKES. priated (200,000 for tho ensuing Towulu, from 60 to 85a a jialr Moadows. a sou of W. W. year. Paul ! The woman's Foriegn Mis nt lliu Hue tit. Meadows, of Fulton, was tried for lun-ucThe TJ. S. Senate has passed a ; w before Jmli;e Kiarby yiwtenlay, and sionary Society raised during tne , TMi'iM Vllfiflop Tm1ti Ion crritm and straw lrry fttitlraU Kff. bill which promises to be of the !:. 'vwn-- IJV Wn li.v. rt Z nrv now lu onlrr. will K HeuV to Hopkiusvlllo. Youiik past year $80,504.40. This bqc etv quality, nnd ore prepared to fill orders . greatest importance. It is known Meadows was heretofore a bright and supports fifty missionaries,1-13- 2 Always 011 hand. nt tho lowest market price, and will as the Fairbanks Arbitration Bill. I'lshliiK 1H.VU1S to be tho attraction WITTING, promtnlnK yomiK man, aud his condi- teachers anil native helpers twene PIECE.' say further that our position on tho prlco "NAME ON EVERY with many of our main similation. tion is u sad 0110. tliy of Twino has been misstated. First It provides that when difficulties boarding schools, fifty-ninDEALEB IN McDamkl'h Hall UcAriiiR betweeu employers and their em class Harvester Oil for salo. Tho ladles of Mt. Zlon church are schools, threo hospitals, .three UagKH's. SANDERS &' REEVES to lo cotiKrntiihitod oil the success of kindergartens, thirty-sevepioyees occur which interrupt or Will cheerfully mako estimates Bible on nuy quantity desired, mid their snoper Friday night last. They euiburues commerce betweeu the STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Tho tin nnomcter will now taVo cleared between t"0 and 0. Quito n women uud 4,500 pupils. K'uarauteo lowest prices. turns lu doltiK tho "climbing up" act. County School Census. slutes the chairman of the Inter FuTton number attended from Hickman, FulTOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC. state commerce commission and STATIONER?!' STATIONERY! Mr. Hfttie Lnyno U visiting her ton nud Union City. Tho tables were FOR SAIC BY , ibuighUT, Mrs. Jo. lloll.unl, ut Liuora, the commissioner of labor shall In1808. grove beautisot under uud thu Ark. Tho prettiest lino in tho town i at tervene for the purpose of media- My Stock Is Iwja Freib snd CompWlS, fully lighted. C0WGILL&C0WG!LL, Swayue's, tho druggist. &W. Tho following is tho school census of tion or conciliation, to bring about fjtF All thoU new and "Aunt Susan" Barber, an ORod aud sad I invite the p uMlo lo comt this couuty, by districts, as certified to a proper understanding between dnuks kimil ut oyer's Fountain. snd see me. pioneer lady of Hickman, A Lcnon of the Hoar. DKUGGIHTH. me by tho chairman of the board of died TueMlay night, after n lout;, Cub paid for Country Product. the two Interests aud a harmon Tho Padurah Fair Association will trustees of each : After tho war with Spain Is end illncMS. Her life and last Uluu have raw's lu July and a four days Fair Scholars. ious settlement of their differNo. AX OCTOPUS. a Btrnng ef tcnderiMt of ed tt is probable Witting' old tlsod, Clinton Street, in Octol r. 421. ences. If they shall fail In t his I. Fulton, The Saratoga Laundry will uivo cxcitiil tho aud sho was sympathies for fort will be mado thatso thorough good well cured to 74. HICKMAN. KY. they shall then undertake to bring liUlmn K. K. HendrU will j.nwlde von the Domostlo Linen or Ulons Fin. in her last ilays by the ladies of the ly Mr. Daniel Korshre somo weeks 3. Taylor. reform the militia law that nev71. 4. Palestine, nt the M. K. Conference at Puducali, Ull. Shirts. 10c. Collars 2d. about a settlement by arbitratlou, Methodist church nud other friends. 82 er ngain will such difficulties he ago captured what in surely au oc- 6. Brown or Browdcr, II. S. Honr.ftTH. Kcut. Kor. Ihth. each of the parties to eoloot au It 66. encountered iu creating a federal topus, lie found by left high uud 0. Liberty, Tho Cuban Klrls aro said to 1st very JUST KKCEIYEII. rm- - Table Oilcloth, 20c and 2.V) a arbitrator, and the two thus chos 72. tho reco'diug 7. Eduiiston, voluuteer army as those which dry iu the woods pretty, with eyes described as "testiui? Tho largest lot of Carpet Samples over yard, nt tho itackut. 63. en a third. Aud if the two can shore, a 8. Rush Creek, New West IlickinaQ upon nud followlni; yon ; larue, dark nil grades from have appeared slnoe the President wuters on the Kentucky 68. 9. not agree upon a third, he is to be Davo Turner, a colonsl preacher, aud U'amiuK', half oiled, with loUK lids brought to Hickman, tiuest. short distance up the Tennessee 10. Cayco, Academy, I Invito called for 125,000 volunteers. the ohoapixt to tho 64. Rural was killed by llKhtutiiK. - miles from ami laxhes," ruw is tho tlmo to voluu overylssly to call and see them. by the interstate com soleoted CD. river from the city, ou tho Hus- 11. Simmons, Union City, Sunday lot,t. teer, lsys. merce commissioner and the com H. O. AMDr.no. 03. bands farm. Tho octopus has 13. Montgomery, Hay, Bran, missioneaof labor. This is said handles Feed-stuff- , 43. It is ixjiitldi'Ull.r luncrted that ilur See tho Be, H)e, 15o OlaASware, several arms ot least six feet in la. Hazel Dell. Wo would llko to havo a good Drum liiK this llttlo sennio with Huin tea, at too Itacket. 42. to be the first recognition of the Oats aud Stock .Pecs, as cheap as length. The main body of the 14. Upper Bottom, Major mako up a company lu this counco niii ami breath i HI be untiUKl. 65. principal of arbitration in labor they can be sold. L. POWELL, monster Is about five feet long. 15. Falrvlew, All exchange says that thero Is but ty composed exclusively of delinquent 444. 16. Hickman, Unvo j ou seen Shtw's 5, 10 0110 luiMiauo in tho lllblo where the wo snbM.,ntKrs to tho Banner, aud then givo ! affairs by the Senate. 'Phone 98. Free Delivery. Mr. Forshee has bad the body of 17. Watson, 07. men aro commandeil to kls tho men, them their choice, pay up their subscrip anil itoo oouutcrnT 100. the irouster embulrued and will 18. Sassafras Rldgo, that is the Koldo.it rnle, "Whatso- - tion or 1m) put iu a wooden gunboat mid 145. take it to Omaha aud oxhlbit it at 10. Madrid Bond, tt U iijfrt to nrjtvrt flint tlwrn linfiiit and yo over 71. Wen so much limp MuilytiiK nmnuK thu you, do would thut men should do uuto sent against tho batteries of Mora Cas tho big fair uext mouth. Pudu-cul- t 20. McFaddeu, you even so uuto them." tle. Livingston Manner. 42. 21. Lodgton, iwoplu for years as nt tho iniiit time. lteglstor. 70. 22. Woodlawu, An exchaugo says that a gang of There seem to ! a preat deal of thu Tho Fourth of July committee of 28. Sycamore, 40. lluslnchs Men's Association nhould swindlers are sending out tholr circulars Franco-Engllubottou-holWar. lutriotUin thwi days, JuiIk-lii43. 24. Clark's or Roper's, by thu number of Upul decorations bo nt work soliciting suliscriptious for promising "lu onler to lutnxluco tho 62. thu prorxMcil celeliRitlon. Uikhi tho no goods," to send to tiny address, postage BflpQHul f, jpjyA-l- J I J I If II Maybe we should not be rough 25. Stubbs, To buy your Stock Peaj, late uotlecable. 88. 20. Graves. eraltty of thu sulwrlptioiu ill depend prepaid, ten yanLs or rU, brown or For Paints. Oils, Vaniislim and 1110 extent aim cnaructcr or tnu celc green silk for ono dollar, Tho eager 39. on the French. They are danger- 37. Island No. 8. Brushes of all kimls, ko to SWAYNK'S bnitlon. 78. Irish Seed Potatoes, German Milvictims, who aro numerous, receive toil JFZiyta a i ously near a war with England. 28. Rock Spring, ' r Drujf Store. from the spool. i i Comparing the sizo aud efficiency Total, white schools, Mr-On- e . 2,641. bnrrol of round lioou yards of silk "Thank you," and "If yon please," let Seed. Wo carry a large stock Tho 7 year locusts havo mado their of tho two navies, It looks as if nro llttlo words, but they can lubrleato Ohio river Sail for 75o, for tho COLOllED lHSTUICTS. appearance in this tcctiou iu immense tho machinery of life and inako thiupi uoxt SO duys. at M. U. Suaw's. 828. Franoe would nrouso compassion A. Hickman, numbers. Each has ou its wing tho of these goods, and prices cheap. run smoothly. 44. rather than resentment. She ought B. Upshaw or Lynch, !).".. A Paducah firm rwolved nn onler letter "W," which goes without tho Ridge, to have learned from Gonnatiy In O. Sassafras Maddox, Klder A, O. Frcoil, President of from thu government for 1,000 Mils of saying means war, bloody and long pro47. D. Shier) or Georxlo llolsrtHoii Colli'K'o, Henderson, harmvis. This Is u 1871 that men who lie about tracted. AppoariuK nfter tho war with 04. said E. Alexander, Tcuu., will preach at Mt. Hcnnou uext sIdkIu onter ever Klven to bo the larvest Spain had licguu, they say if peace was Cleanliness, will always be whipped by F. Fulton, to 0110 firm. Tho 253. Sunday, moruiiiK and nlt,'lit. thu near rutnro ou tno wmg would Couvcuiouco, sumo tirm soveral tlays iik'o ulltsl an or- in 80. molt who respect womeu. What G. Bowden, der for 600 saddles, 600 bridles nud 600 linvo lioeu tho letter "P." "They say" MAdIC STUCK I'OOU. US. Neatness,"t she did uot learn theii It may bo II. Cayco, knows all about it. i England's godly maudate to It will U'liellt your.honie, cow, or hogs. blankets. riMviiilltv . teach Total, colored schools, & 019. .Try it, Hoivouiik'b Dauo Stork. Tho effects of the war on prices aro uow. Kooaoiny' For Hale, Cheap ! As thu apiXH'tiouuiciit of tho public already to bo felt. Wheat, Wo thut Mm. Jnuu Hixiviw, bchool for tho incoming year will Ik) '." ofCayco, was partially stricken with com, bacon, lanl, Hour nud other Uruntl- ,;.; A McCornilck Hinder, has out nboat No Wonder Insured? mado in accnrdtiuco with the h!kvh re paralysis ono day but week. "Wo huio stuns novo "K01111 mi" so that Kreat deal and III ty acres of wheat. port, trustees ttinl teachers should soo crs havo made millions br tho rUo. 'When you think of having your that sho may tieedily recover. They've becomo so uuiversally Insured tho first qnestloii should be, lifo tnat tneu: contracts couionu t Hereto, O. A. Holcombk. Apply to while thu consumer is paying dear for "Is Clumsiness Ls gotten rid It safe?" Tho Mutual Llfo of New No contract, however, can bo niado un popular. Harry Matron, tho Joo Loiter of thu tnu wnistio. or. NO Br.D, at a Tho prospect for n glorious wheat wheat market in this section, struck it lieing tho largest aud strongest of til after July 1st, tho beginning of tho O. II. Moitnis, DruBKist. Moscow, Ky crop in the state is exceedingly bright, presents such a neat appcarauco, York rich last week, tnrnliiK looso 1C.O0O an iiuuiieiai liisuiuiioux, wiin sscrv uow school year, (sco section 81, com says ho sells Plantation Chill Curo and thu condition for thu eutlru stato being , or win last as long. RiWt'y. bushels, uvttluK 1,000 to f4,000 clear $254,000,000.00, surplus ti! ,000,000.00, mon school law). tin ils it suits his trade It enutt iua ikt cenr, u gam over tno comssnouu D. E. WILSON, Co, Supt. money, you will very naturally select that comcates the system of nil malarial poison, ing date of last year of twenty-sovepany as tho safest. Fat McKiuucy's Bread, tho bit ami no unuranteos u. per cent. Tho general crop U freo from Solid Oak Beds, Upon asking the second question, "Is Z madu. Sold only by W. F. Uover. insect enemies, and nstde Irom occasion tho contract a good ouoi" you will find Weather prophet Hicks says thero 0 feot 2 iu. Tho war revenue tax 011 patent will Ik) somo wlckeil, daiiKeroas storms nl drenching by cold niins, Is ill lH'rfect issues every dosir 4 feet 0 m. S3.75 that tho Mutual Lifo Endowment In. Ono sorrel horse, with blazo in face medicines has been placed so IiIrIi that tho last half of May nud ten days or condition, Tho condition of oats Is able form of Llfo uud AND sufferiiiK humanity can not afford to bo more into Juno. Ho also predicts a wood good also, as compared with last year Burauce, Investment Bonds aud Annul' nud split in right car. About 14' hands Worth fl.60. n eignty-nvper cent, a ten per cent gain, cured by more than two kinds of lotions crop year, belloviiifr that there will bo tins, nud it will bo un easy matter for nigh, ami a mtio will bo gladly receUcd, and ull lu 0110 week, ample moisture to mature all early crops A number of citizens of Union City STEPHENS & SMITH. you to get a contract especially adapted trouble paid for. Address. to your inclinations nnd circumstances. subscribed to a fund to purchase and In a fow weeks tho now crop of over uiwi pans 01 our country. S. A. COLE, Box U7, Hickman. In reply to your third question, "Ls It present to John Bell, Jr., of that city, a wheat will be rolling Into market, and Giles Owen, who is deaf aud dumb, gold modal lu honor of his being tho drst Tur.iiK was a tlmo when thu most cheup." Tno Mutual Lifo belugapnro-lprices remain when) they now are wnuo waiKiiiK on tnu nasuviuo, Uhat if the nauseous medicines wcro roganlod us mutual company furnishes Insurance NOT I UK! tl.o men who liavo thoKolileu (rrain to taniK'Ka fc St Iiouls ltailroad, nlout 11 volunteer for tho war from Obion county. A sufllclent tho best. Hot droim were tsrliqis tho to Its members at tho exact cost, aud All parties knowing themselves in. sell will ts tho uabotM of tho laml, mllu from Union Oity, Sunday last, wax sum was sulMcribetl without nuy trouble mast dLsngrecnblo of tho old remedies. you will llnd uioii investigation that dolited to tho firm of Sanders & Rico years of this Ilrluir your old Fnmlturo to overtaken and utruck by tho east lmnittl nun tno inisiai was ouo or nuusual Tholr plaeo has leeu taken bv ouo of during tho ttfty-llv- o will please eomo forward nud M'ttlo at Stephens & Smith for repairs. Kxport rruiKiit. ills physician nisirts his in worth uud bounty. Young Bell was tho tho most pleasant medicines lu use, exUteuce, it has lcen so exce- onco. as wo wish to close up tho lato a llently managed, that tho average cot wormian, anil woric uono wttli neat-lien- s juries very serious, but uot necessarily first ouo In Obion county to offer his Chamberlain's Colic, OhoUr.t and Hick & Nayliik, Hemedv. It U not only muoh to members of each $1,000 Insurance firm's business. luiai. and despatch, services to Undo Sam, leaving alono Successors to Sanders & Rice. moro agreeablo to take, but inoro rcllu- - has been leM than In auy other Com 'T- Try our now delicious, refresh. for Chlckainauga soveral weeks ago. Puducali is to havo another paper. lnir bovenures, Gloriaua, Golden Annie. Ho Is now lu Nashville, nud thu medal lilo. It always cores anil con's quicwy. pany, Association or Assessment order. Is to bo a eommerciid aud mnuufao-tarinIt For salo by T. T. Swayne. TnLs Company Insures both men and The BEST OFFER Ever Made by a Newspaper! journal, to Is) published by John Ginger Cordial and Cherry Nectar, or If Will bo forwarded to him thiro. women iu auy amount from 1,000 to P. Thompson and Frank Shutt. It will you suffer with indigestion, drink Limo Tho seosou Is on when noonlu aro DULL oTt ltETAIhEIW, (1,000,000, at rates according to ago and Will A. Edmlston is in entire control nun repsiu, nt ueyer s bona fountain Booking tho exhilarating and restorotlvo bo known us tho Paducah Prognun. LAROE t'AOES EVERY plmi, rangiug from $10.00 to $!KX).00 per of tho Wright Livery Stable, having virtues or chlof Wright. A llttlo son of Mr. II, P, Johnson, Our columns are oien for suggestions among these health resorts, andAmong 'till WUKK FOR ONLY It Is the opinion of fur elghted $1 ,000.00. Don't wait good you get sick, bought out Mr. public, andHo asks tho U 'Ensou Spriugs. gunrauteos health, uud patronage of tho of Cayce, was run over by a wugon load. touching roatl working. TIio county is tno root mns or but If you tire now lu tno uiiiutcriuuti mouu business mou thut tho present dull havo no Insurance t with E. R. gmsl, safe teams, nice buggies uud reaid with corn, 0110 day last week, uud lingering far iu tho rear on tho road tains lu Macon county, Tenn. No hot poriod will bo followed by a reacRepublic, tbe beet enerl newtpaper prinltd in I he M The KUUon about it, or If you havo a littlo sonable prices. recelviil painful injuries. At lust ac- problem, and it is ono of tho most worl.I, contslnloK ll the news In elfbt pngea and Tbe Rtjuibllo Thu system of nights, no mosqultos, no malaria. White, tion as soon as tho war Is ended, insurance, and feel llku you need some of the ago. counts thu llttlo follow was Improving. Model Mwsiine one year for $1.50. and red sulphur, chalybeate uud which will mean groat prosperity moro, consult K. R. Klllsnu about it, or TO TiTlTptmMC. has lieen suggested blackstono waters, unexcelled lu working by taxation vr icui. lb ncpueiis Sunday .iiasaztna nn t,i b.w..cr uo MAGIC l'OULTKY FOOD. froo VJ thu euro but our magistrahm am n little chiry of of stomach, Kidney and skin diseases, for the country. At pitiouht eume If you should havo unfortunately joined home journal of lie belt claai, 18 lr,;o pne every week, 4 pagen ol fuu.lt fh-A larjo quantity just received. Will tackling tins plan. Having becomo tho solo owner of tho somo assessment Sooioty, or other ho- puzoa of the bruhleat aud beat reaJiog printed, It contain more blh-oli- a dropsy, rheumatism, &o. Tho Couiuau, of the wholesale houses in he big called cheap Insurance concern, and Moscow Flouring Mills Property, Books mako hens lay, uud Improve thu health I'loturea and cartoon than wero ever atlemplo.1 la any olber publioalion. Mr. Kll Hooves, uu old Fulton conn, from personal experience, can givo tes- cities nro doing a heavy business, havo since found It to bo a dcluMou of your fowls. At mul Accounts, I hereby nil parMore iiJleJ wrltem snd artists contribute lo Too Kepublts Mjsuiue than lo ty boy, son of Mr, and Mrs. Kll Koovet timony to tho practical virtues of these but with others nud especially iu a snare, as thuv all are, nnd if it is and ties Indebted to thu lato request of R, L. IIOLCOMIiK'H DltUO StOHR, uot firm au; olber Wemeru publioalion. of Cnyce, waa married ou April 2Sth to waters. Besides as a pleasure resort, tho stnallor cities, business is ex- yet too lato yon will Unit it to your ad- Secure & Co., to hottlu tin) sauio with Tbe Maitailou will b eold only lo coaneotlou mlh lb Re. The fellow who Kocsto wurwUb.-ou- t to Miss Lizzie Dauloy, of Cameron, Tex- devoid of extra efforts towards fashion, publio, but l malleJ leparately each week, u commission, uud brluirs one homo as. Mr. Reoves Is yard master of tho no sntTouuding tomptutloiw, nud quite ceedingly Hull, nud tlioso who vantage to consult E. R. Ellison about me. Thankful for p.ist favorable patronage, I ask a continuance, of same, Addreit all ordera to with him, will havo a jrrvat ndvnntngo Santa Fo Knllroad at Temple, Texas. as cheap ils yon cau live ut homo, with promised prosperity na a result of it. K. 11. Kill-uris llm Siiivl.il Airmit. for slid will strivo to merit aud appreciate over thu follow wlio refined to The Courier extends to all homo comforts, thero Is no place to tho war nro proven to imve uoou the Mutual Life lusurauco Comp.uiy,of sauio. THE UKI'IJULIX', Nt. Louis, Mo. i Ctus. J. worm. ho couldnot u commlssiou. equal it. ' New York, ut llickimui, Ky, the happy eounlo fulao prophets. i, MACIEIE OILS! NEED A SUIT f Examine our $10 00 line. Equal to any $15.00 tnaileto-ordeSuits. Look as well, fit as well, made as well, aud wear as well. Worsteds, Black nnil Fancy Worsteds. Casstraeres, Plaids, Yacht Cloth, &o. Cheaper Suits at $350 aud $5.00. Good clothes aud well made. NEW SHIRTS and NEW TIES. Just received an elegant line of both. Shirts 35c to $1.50 r Cash Book Store. L. P. & W. S. ELLISON. 1 Cheap Machine Oil, per gallon, A Fine Harvest Oil, " Extra No. Lard Oil, per Masons Fruit Jars, Stock Peas, very Cheap. JnL 25c 40c 65c UimUUUUUUUUUUUUlUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU.UUR Don't Forget il NOTICE. Blood Purifiers CHILL TONICS 1. Bartlett, Provisions, LOCAL NEWS. ;;; Chill Tonics Fancy Groceries and lufor-matio- rest-diuc- d Ur, three-quarte- ot f ' Builders' Material y v wr Binder Twino TkeCasfjGroceg J. H. C8i) o n LOWNEY'S Chocolate Bonbons, tri-os- L P. S.Ellison well-know- n L. POWELL Grocery Store B Everybody's Favorite f XTow Is the Tim li )r nn mllt ill M'i wo-tne- Ledford Rogers. il Are.l'oti litt-'pnc- f M. B. Shaw, Hardware, Queensware, lm n tfti Strayed sway-oai-Kis- t. o lnror-matio- ...Groceries... y Hlspiuio-Auiorica- n Free Delivery. Com-iMuy- Dlar-rhoe- g Announcement. $1.50. cou-ml- umi-wetk- ly twloe-s-wce- leuil-wtek- ly N1 o j,-- congi-atulatloa- s stx-ur- Ji'J. r- - Vir4 t f - J t k - ,,,tul;vv.vtAittMWV Wl ' .mjmuni'i THE HICKMAN COURIER. Ben Keys Again. A WISE KEOULATIOX. THE IHHAT10X 0 THE YV.VK. U HIT I!H A JLAD1' Tf AU'S COST AM) FUOmiESS. " sr L.. 1 I War has cost the United States One of the most pertinent ques A ml Wliat It CaculIeuiRii? It is rather hard upon tho news. from tho time ol the declaration The Popnlistn, in Convention nt papers and tho public, but the or- tlous growing out of the war be(Hmioi'SHor to lluolc IIIOK.tfAN, KY., PrlncHon. nomlnnted Hen 0. Keys der or the Socretary of the Navy tween Spaiuand the United Slates "What is a lady!" "What is a of hostilities to the present time MAY 27, 1898, 7RIDAY, for Oonsresa iu this District. Tho forbidding the siting out of any is, What Is to be the extent of Its gontlcman t" Some one naked 12,800,000 a day, aud there have .XSSJVXER. irsT. duration t questions of tho New York beeu uot moro than three really pint form is atria Mldille-onews from tho Navy Department, Flushed with excitement born these LATEST WAR NEWS. KejB hns been the Ponu except such as ho ahull antborlzo nf Admiral Dewey's brilliant ex- World, nud to a lury formod by actlvo engagements. Hut prepaiioinineo several times, and list to be bulletined, is undoubtedly a ploit iu Manila harbor, most of us that paper tbo definitions of tho ration expenses aro equal to, If are apt to conclude that tiro or paper's readers were submitted. they do not oxoeod, tho outlay reis a well informed uihii nu tbe Vo wise ono. There are some thought RhI- JVttthlng RellHblc-iPopulist issues huiI contentions. less persons who may say that the threo months will suffice to con- Prizes of $25, $I2.M), $7.50 and $5 quired during heavy battles. Must clude hostilities, bat such does lltw AH servants of tho people should not seem to be tbe jadgtfteul of wero awarded fur answers to each of tho puiuhaslug for tbe govern Lord Woolsey's Hint question. The priao answers fol- uiont bus been done in tho open II In In. have no socretu from them, but experienced lighters. ! tlu re are times when secrecy on General Daniel H Sickles, whose low: market and at prices fixed by the RUPAIRINB A SPECIALTY WORK 110 All Lord Woolsey, the commnndor the pnrt of public official Is ab- competency to judge of thn dura' WHAT IS A "LADY!" sellers. There has uot boen time There is absolutely uotbinc re in chiof of the English army and solutely necrssary to the fulfill lion of the war Is based not only I'lllST lit UK. to advertlso for proposals to fur,i..l i i mime in ino war news, iiwuj iud iinvy, ixiressen IiIb open Biinpn- in e nt of their purposes. Nothing upon bis gallant service In tho A lady Is n woman of refinement, nish the goods, aud consequently or fact that tbe government allows thy for the United Stutes in the could be more unwise than to pot union army, bnt also upon his whether to tho manor Uiru of aciuirvd there has uot been much compeby culture. Spain, and ulsn that tho the plans for the prosecution of knowledge of tho Spanish elurao u amkitvut toHer nobleniwa shecharacter tition. An enormous expenditure CIlHten Hired. officially to be given out. rHr otbing (a unasany otic, tor UIKXA9T KY. this war before tbe whole Ameri- ter, derived from his long ofirial All tne reports of battles Ibis week AinericHU aolillers have no supe- can people, for in euch case they residence in Madrid, states (bit in suming, nftablc, obliging, ninccro aud Is compelled by the handling of men, who, accordproved to be fakes. riors in the world; bnt ndds that would immediately puss iuto the his iudgment not less than twelve sympathetic, ami, as if iuofkeeping with about 100,000 au amlablo ing to the present plaus of tho tlicstt essential quuliticri no post the United States is Inokjr in not possession of the Spanish author- mouths will be required to end disposition, hhe U n parngitu of virtue, government, will soon be actively The newspapers have tive information as to the where- now being at war with a tlrst ulnae ities, who wonld then know how tbe war finally. Wile pefcftctly a model of propriety in drvs, a putniti engaged iu the war against Spain. dcstruclircssa of of edifying pleasures, a dbipcuser of abouts of tbe Spanish fleet, but it iiiivhI power. Pnlillo nuiuion in to meet ovory movement made. aware of the Geueral Sickm be charity and a guardian augel at home. Then the cost of uiinuiiltlau, eon! Aud while there will be many bits modem goiiB, and supplies for tho navy, to say Vioia Hastinos. is reasonably certain that tbey are this country litis realized tho truth of information, tbe giving out of lleves this consideration wll o in nothing of the purchase of aux! sxcoxd miZK. and of this criticism, for it is evident which could do no barm, and in some measure neutralized Ihj the in Santiago de Cuhn harbor, Tho following aro my ideas of a lady's iliary crnlaors, has made heavy American tleet has them that nor entail navy could not sac readiug wbicb the public would dilatory tactics which 8 tail is prlnciixil requisites: Strength, honor, demands ou the government. that tbe Ten ' t Xahe a XIMake wLdom,gtKdiioss aud virtue. A womau hemmed in so thev must sooner censfnllj meet tho greater guns bo very much Interested, still the moro than likely to adopt. Itut Rear Admiral Gben aid, or strong anil womanly hi idl her way, nicest discrimination would not and ships of England, Germany or always be exercised between what tl.A TT..tAlt Qt.l.. ..BWW i. .mi pONitwoUig refined iimuutiw. tact, sr later Ouht or surrender, nv I uinica Liuduexs ot heart and a Christian Dowey Is all right at Manila. Russia. The realization of this would nrovo harmful aud what moro wiihvu iu his allowan It. nun He liberal Troops and annuUea are ou the i fnet Is sore to lead to the United not. and thus tbe general embargo believes that three tears IJfHSt spirit ; always jmllto audotcoiulilcrnto of? One of its Strongest l'olats is It the comforts and m Uhctt others, more to follow, 'state bntltttng n nnvy eauiu.lous judicious, 'in a wavy weiart. Ivlll b required In autllp Vutera all clMt mid rti. 5innl courtiwj- taiumg her good qualities during tlnii .. fully. Coming from one to Is f ..WWwi .9iml.m K j rtlti. USE OF formation it has after facts are ac recognized as nu authority on na- ot adversity. 70,000 more volunteers. 112,000 llRATTA IUmIIAKT. complished, and this oucht to sat val matters, this opinion cannot IUkes Tilscuits in 4 Minutes Light Dread in 40 Mlaates. f the drat called have been mus279 Washington av., KtngHtou, N. Y. Foreign Intervention. isfy a reasonable- nublio without be regarded lightly. , of Economical Cooklaa; Buying a 'Majestic" means a v i tered in. Every preparation is Tiuno naze. tho knot ing in advance ot tbe Ho we mnst reconcile onraplvn To form a Tho beat evidence to tho aver- pliius of the administration or its to what going on for the invasion of Cuba, Call and Kxamlae Them. TeuMI Bay a Olfccr. seetas to be the declsi'n tity of tact, lady, first taVo u large quau then nuiio moro tact, and age citizen's mind that the speculations us to probublo events. of the (ales. If the wir ends, Porto Rico, and tho Plillipiues. nftcr that a great deal moro tact. Add nations are not going to in Happily, however, tho Associated tho next few months, to orach to this, virtue, truth, thought ftihiiw A great battle ia liable to occur any hour, but tbe people should terfere actively on the side of Press is not dependent upon the the better, but if it does tot, we and uusclnshuess, a dash of Liudheiirt-cdm- , an of braveuitu departments at Washington must wait not credit any report except of Spain ng.iiuat the United States its news of tho war, it having for ed triumph.patioutly for ou' delay and through all a reliucd gentleness. its Over this lay tho tltsh of cultivated ficially authorized from Washing- is tbe fact that the leading pow- own vessels and correspondents womauho'xl, with a few old aucestors THE FAnTs EXl'OSITDX. ers oT Europe, England, Russia, in all waters where hostilities are ton the older tho better, provided they aro likely. It has, Indeed, thus far, VANCrAl-rtlHRRwith a certain amount HI THKCXL1BBATK From London comes the news Germany aud France, are eneh We regret to see any.opposi-tto- of gracious dignity, aud you havo tho rurnfaheu the administration the of Spain's interceding tbroagb tbe nocking closer, friendly relations first news it has bad detiuition of something which is as to a proper appropriitlon to of nearly all as any of with the United States, There is the important rowers for peace. events of the wa- r- defray tbe expenses of iri Ameri- creations of nnturo. the other wonderful little doubt bnt that the friend- news far in advanoe of tbe official can exhibit at the Paris ExposiOlive, Fla. Ltu.v O. ship of tbe people of Germany, reports. It will continue to give tion, and that regret Is imreased rOl'ltTIl A Long War. France, Austria and Italy is on the people all the news there is. because of tbo ground npon Neither cnlture, position nor money Many knowing ones are begin- the side of Spain, aud, perhaps, it wbicb is really all they need, and which the opposition Is baitd. We can maku a lady. She must bo tmni, do not believe the French covern-men- t born in nature s pnrjile. perhaps, but will be found thus ning to- predict a long. war,. lasting is largely trne lu Russia, but the bargoitat Washington that tbe emhas or will lake any meas- bom not made. All tho relations of la not so sefrom one to several1 yeaia, a ad governments of all theso coun- rious a matter as ou its face it ap- ure in hostility to us or to any life must bq sustained with affitiou, wisdom aud tact. Often a latly mast they give many t tries are in the attitude of making pears. It is, indeed, the closing. act in violation of internitional sco and bo blind, snfTrr and lw illeut. law to our detriment. la to Her sympathies must bo ns broadf, as It this prediction. t'rieudly overtures to tho United for good roasons. of but one of our interest to etrcngthtn oar sutTeriug, and her charity as duvp aa 1st. They think; it the- manifest States. Tbe facta appear to be many channels of Information. fallen humanity; her purity so manifest friendly ties with all natiooi. W Wl policy of Spain to wag&an evasive that each aud a of theso conn- alBkwsjikJ that even the semblanco of vico will --I ar A KAC'E PROBLEM. shrink abashed from her prweuco. Sho THEwilt TAXES" Is war, that amy geueraT trres have their own international mast bo firm iu character, true in word gracious engagements by land or sea, both difficulties, nud tbey at least do If we annex Hawaii and the Tbe war tax strikes tbe retail ligious iuin mien, tender lu luro nud resoul. for tbe reason that sbe la not able not want to do anything to cause Philippines, which policy seems druggist in a tender plate. . It 51ns. 8. A. CiiinsxDss, KEISTTTJ-OICSTto fight tbe United States lo any tbe United States to side with to be growing In popularity in this provides for a tax of I ceo. on 'Jo 12fi Bnwl St., Greenville, S. O. decisive battles, and for the fur- the ir enemy. And, besides, their country since Dewey's victory at bottles or packages of patent WHAT IS A GENTLEMAN? 0 bVsbbibbhsbI ther reason that if she can pro- trade, commerce aud business Manila, there would be a new race medicines, 2 ceuts on 4 cent riasT rnirjc. PAUiumts bottles and 4 cents on II Lotties A gentleman ono who is grntlo and 3 tract tne war for one year, or two is Immense. question to consider. The Boston or packages, aud tbo worst feature refined in manner, courteous detriyears, tbe great powers will tire Herald, speaking of the subjeot, iu tho case is that be must buy ment, magnanimous lu dUptwitiou, genaa JLau Miracles In War. the stamps and put them oneyery ial in society, tcuiperatu iu habit, neat of tbe interruption of general com says: lu person aud iu costume, not given to meroe, and take steps to bring BBsaHMal "More than this, by tho annexation bottle as ha sells it. Aftir the strife, nor evil speaking, maintaining X X An and Impatient of Hawaii wo repndint the principle law goes Into effect the manufac proper diguity and bout peace. yet turer will stamp them, bnt stock that our peoplo of others; truthAnd then on tbe American side public are apt to expect something four Kenerations, have held for tho last that has already beeu bought aud nuudfnl of tho rightscharitable, benevoa priiicinlo laid down ful, honest, patient, like miracles iu war. The great in tho Declaration of Independence, tbe approach of tbe yellow fever paid tor once, must now bs paid lent aud huuiauu. that all men were created free nnl mn.-il-. JOHN O. IIUSSELL. season in Cuba,, tbe danger from yictory of Dewey, without aud in placo of this wo substitute tho for again, or at least tbe tintups SECOXD I'KIZK. II. BUCHANAN, J.J.C.IIONDUKA.ST, O. D. TIIREl.KIXn, M .L. 81IAVT, J. W 2, H that gieat commander, doctrine that a certain sDCcialized sec. must be paid for before be can tnfs cause of landing- great bodies First of who was somutbine like a miracle, that tiou of mankind that is, the whlto sell the preparation, after tbo new honor so all, a wanly man, notionsholds ALEXANPER, E. CASt; J A. THOMrtON. of soldiers there, aud the almost dear that nil his aro raco, raco law takes effect. Ik, might not occur again In a war nlouo nud possibly tho subservient to It. His couicleucn his U capable of freedom, cau lay certainty of passing transports an i ii iuMti i mitj -. claim. tY lolitinal nil, lot years. Rnt. tt h.i - thn v. " i QJ ...i aoif, H. BUCHANAN, rr.ild.ol; J. J. C. UONPURANT, Vler.rrtMtai: J. m ii grucious,Tut not patrouUing; clean in power, wiiiie tno nsit of mankind in nt upi i uu Tho United States and England iitinii. oecauso a clean mlml nmlra 'tllvnr tbe United States to exuect vfo "lower order, nnrf mnst bo treated on SON Caihl.r; HEN KUVKKNDALL, XaiUunLCaaLIcr. to all our Southern towns nnif oil thus perhaps not enslaved, but are surely and sit iftly driftlug to Clean oony. Ho wnlks a king among w not wali AMD lories of the same kind and mng nono basis loss bo made to piauri is arrsit. 18,. would be very much in favor mill. Iioving natnro and Mug clowj to tho umlerslnnd an alliance. urr. room of not crossing over our soldiers nitude from Sampson and Schley. that, an compared to tho whlto inlmlii. Now, what was at first but uess iim iiiina nas no nf liL ror tho little liirkpHiiL-f..11,i- .- ...... and of aro to occupy Cuba uutil late this fall. In fact, these (inpatients want a taiiU ntil tho United States, they.ii..not a suggestion, with scarcely a like no taint of selfUhneKs or nvaicu or sen ffrui mnn1 TKIh In !.. i. great battle every day, and no de' government which of necessity wo uuoou ot ever taking a atnous suality stains his noblo life, and thcro- To be snre, if Sampson aud Schley I!10nlt havo ,0 adopt In tho caso of form, is being earnestly consider-ere- lore ho is in tho highest senso of tho of all shall meet and destroy Ibo Span- feats ou our side. from First Tool to Slack. Hawaii, aud which would bo even moro by tbo leading men of the word a gentleman. In war 80 far nocwsaiy in tho caso of tho Philinuiiin MAKGAKET S. SULLIVAN. ish fleet as Dewey did at Manila, two great countries, and more so Hcnssclc.tr, N. Y. then tbe war would end quickly, have been martelous. We have Mauds. by the English statesmen. TIlillD ""u or "? achieved more than any nallnn ur u.uuv"peopio out"".""tuu.ouu ""'"' """ -- .... England's most prominent pub- A gentleman is but otherwise it promises to be to whom Prlwa tDl from $2.00 to KOO pr slmilaily situated ever did In Mm ' political riirhts could bo rauonablr up. lic men and leading newspapers Is patterned or a man whose nature protracted for one year anyhow. molded fonr.innr.. same length of time before. Yet cornea,bo in the 1'hilippino Luanda there- have thrown aside all reserve and "and tho length and doi.th and height Ton, aeeorJiai to i;tJ. 60,000 or GO.000 out of a popuwould openly urge and advocate the A- and breadth aro equal." Brave, kind, v.ininwiy Snake in tbe Philippines grow there is a geueral feeling of dis- lauuu 15,000,000 estimated rroin courteous, quick to seo tho right nud to Ths iUlllr ot lbs Coal ( all Iht name, who might be acconlwl lliance. as big as telegraph poles. Ugh I appointment over tbe results. condemn tho wrong, but never condone th tllStrsoct In the lit of llit lump. limited political right. Having cast . ACJUiowiLiunuir all men as brothi-m- . PKOSFEKITY OP THE FABMEUS. IP any Kentucky editor has Why! Simply because we have aido our principled iu tho case of of a ........ Father, he strives to leave' ALEX. A. rAHIS&SON. Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Clocks, Silvorware,'&c and having adoptwl tho old world joined tbe army he ia drilling un- been boasting too mucli.und have One has bat to look about him n wlil better for haviux lived in it. theory, it would be an der an alias. gotten our people into assuming cany matter for us to give it extension DR. S. K. DAVIDSON --2FINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.. Is every week becoming more not- Thb prison commission case that wo could do things In a mo- in the manner just indicated." jius. L. M. joiixsoif will be argued before the court ol ment that icesble among tbe farmers. They aT Genuiuo Setb Thomas Alarm Clocks for Washington, D.b. f 1.00. cauuotbe accomplished appeals June 1st. uuMui lo uo, auu uouuiieas are, TIic Cuban Itebels. PIlIZI!j in a mouth. 3 Doors East of Laclede Hotel, HICKMAN, KY. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY 6t Thb Republicans of Tennessee LNa,nro ,1M county. The products of the soil tho romfh with'nrnW"l.- the diamond In , The insurgent forces in Ouba mn......;.t nnniitiwill nominate a State ticket at AS E5ULISII SPEAKING ALLIANCE. have evidently been over estimat- are bringing fair prices, tbe coui- - admiration iu the polished gom. Tho OOlce over Con gill & Cowglli's K. T. TTLkB. rrti'U r. a. iiotroasi, v. Hashvllle, August 17tb. W. C. MU.M)1, k.aur Ing wheat crop, which Is immense, unaum or heart ami mind thatcharac- Drug Store. The heavy expenditures for An American alliance is fayored ed in tbe matter of effectiveness tirnmlaAa a onml nrlxn .! t.ii terizo tho truo KCiitlemau aro inborn. war material, putting millions in by the London Chronicle. It says: and numbers. Investigation has it likely to remain at its uu widowed inay bo "twrn to tho d. o, rAUK. circulation, will introduce au era Theso evidences of a solid and J. C. SI'KIUIIT. fl,",U8' U ,S o'rHl40 of prosperity. the insurgeuts a high senso of, who instinct- prevailing price at thfesh. deserved success of the American w,vw uuuu"'u """ in'ingiime will be snou us to Oitko """ "imiiKiy siicnnces nu own We don't want Cuba, nor Porto arms do not alter. thouL'h tlmv the i, .v and PARK SPEIGHT, Held, most of theso are this year's cron nrnfltablo. Thiit co'iveaieuco and comfort toprnmotn tho JIju. xvico, nor tne I'Ulllppiues, nor have may reinforce our views as iileasnru of others U a ucntlcman. This to the poorly equipped and drilled. listlm oniulon of JoaeDh Leber. is tno Kern m the rouKb. Tho enstoms we any use lor Hawaii, only as : . . i need of preparing the way for and no is authority on all things of good society provide tho polish. MAYI'IKLD, war necessities. KENTUCKYcloser relations between tho Engpertaining to wheat, at present, AX INCOME TAX. Xingu. They take a cheerful view In lish and the American peoples. Will do a Genernl Law Husinoss Small fruits and vegetables, in Madrid of the failure of Sampson We see traces of a desire in high in nil Courts, State aud Fed BVRPLVM AffD UNDIVIDED PROFITrt $ie,e0. Whenever additional revenue Is which our peoplo nre largely inOUR DATLIGHT DOMAI.V. to keep Cervera out ofOubaoortti. places at Washington to hold eral, nnd'lii nil tho Courts the needed by the covernmnnt tlm terested, aro bringing far prices, Solicits jour business. We offer the most Liberal Accommodations A dispatch says, "It is now believ- Philippines iu the fur East. That! of Fulton County. We aro not quite equal with to onr Customers Consistent with Established ed the Americans tied in order to policy would certainly evoke no' first thing to bo taxed is whiBky therefore, what doth hlnder'them from prospering t Prompt Attention Glrrn Collections. Bunking Principles. Groat Britain in tbo expansion of and the next is tobacco, It is aravoid a reveise. jeHlonay In Englnnd. As wo havo our dnnaln, but we are getting A GKEATGR COURAGE. S said ourselves, tbo country dooa gued that these are luxuries and. Gen. Lke has carried ont the Washington Post.J tbore. The claim that with tbo R. T. TYLER, 0. A. IIOLCOMBE, J. NAYLOR, W. II. BALTZER sentimental idea of haying Gen. not oo vet tho islands, and. Indeed. therefore, should bear the burdnii "It sometimes reonlre more aud oocupjncy of the Philippino isGrant's grandson. Algernon Ham her Interests, as things are now of taxation. It is further urged J. V. COWOILL. W. L. McOUTOIIEN. W. 0. JOHNSON.. tons, on his staff. His own son, shaping, lead her rut her to the that since they ore articles usod better couroge to stay at homo lands the sun never sets on Amer- Blacksmith and Undertaker FJtzhugh Lee, Jr., will ulso beoue northward than to tbe southward by a largo pronortion of tho nun. than to go to war. Many a man, ican sol Is not quite trne. It holds of Hong Kong. For America the Pie this tax Is the moat equitable. if duty would permit him. tni-uutee- during Jb long days of the year, uf his staff officers. niOKMAN, KENTUCKY. wonld be iuo income mx provision or tue Is compelled by glad to go, bat but whra tbe shadows lengthen Tnit State Baptist Association problem iof not one of annexation but one responsibility for tbe most solemn and dyllght shrinks, eastern GIVE MK A TRIAL whea jou u was ueciareu uncon- Mnruii uni will hold its annual meeting in emitting ilonf, or repairs In saw nuu uinuing nrall human obliga- - Maine H "till dark of tha sun has Mopklnsvlllo on June 18 and con. away from races, which havo fallen siiiutiunal because one inl .tc. their slovenly and also light and changed his mind, but it uuuo iu may at uome. It In uot ceased o shine on the Philippines. Wagons, keep a llormliotlng a ipceUltjr unuing several flays. The Bhi merciless rulers. Meanwhile, full lint of I slo we in cicar mat, even witn the ques a raaniy, a wise or a herolo thing To mlet this distinction of Engiimi ministers will meet on June welcome the warm words iu which tionable decision therein render umou lo 'eaye uis wife, land Itwas once contended that JO and 17. Over 400 delegates Undertaker's Goods, Sir William Harcourt, at Cam- eu, an income tax law could bo children, sisters or parents in tbe sou rose on the eastern limits win nutjiiu. bridge, pledged the liberal party framed that would stand the con want in order to go where ho is of Maine before it set on the far Common, ItosewooJ, anil Solid Black Wall nut Coffins and Casts, which oan he- fitted "1,,,1"-k- j not needed. So long as there Is thest of the Aleutian Islands. up on . volunteers are to "sympathy for the side that stitutional test. .i notice, and at reasonable icKing uecause they have noth uiukes for freedom." Ho puts if fairness is what Congress is a surplus of men who want to eu- - This claim, however, la trne only prices. short QlvemaacaU. iiijj uni curuureau aud baaon to pithily the reasons why we, all of luuniog ior, let tnem put an in ist, and whose presence at home for a few weeks In tbe summer. Bhop ntsr tha Jail. MT heart scientists say ci. longer when a corpse will us.nre lu the with tbe Amencau come tax provision iuto the war Is not essential to the support of To conatruot ,a country npon keep peoplo in struggle. Whatever revenue uni. families, no man whose presence wboae aoii the snn wonld never charged with Illinois Central R. R. mi.i- inai Kinu or grub, and this the forco of events may bring out la thus required has a moral rlirbt set, tbe United States wonld have diet was probably adopted so our of it, we understand and malutuln to enlist. WAIT FOR THE FACTS. to take possosslon of tbe Canary boys can be shipped home after that it was undertaken not for Malnlslss untumasied islands. These islands are abont KAISISU WAR ItEVKXCE. me name is over. nor for territorial mmn. ine Associated Press finds it 135 degrees west of the Philip- DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE ,. This is from the Louisville Dis. dlzement, but iu tbe same zeal for necessary to sond out from or nine hours' difference in of tho Cumberland Mountains, In Macon conntyj Untl... !.... section, in no pines, which would insnre sunlight from New Orltana lo Memphis, Ht, Louis, Among the tne .unUoiD, iii uv patch: ''Hoys, If you want to get races emancipation of oppressed a fresh addition to the In- '""--- a were any opposition to time, Loulifille, Cluolnnsll, Cblongo. which roused tho best feelinto tbe army, or in other places Tennessee. No hot nighU, no luosqiiilon, no malaria I junction to keep cool and wait. furnishing the most ample means somewhere nn tbe soil of tbo From Memphis to Cslrs, St. Louie, Chi. where the services of men are ing of England over Uulgurla and ThlB telegram United States at all times. cago, Cincinnati, Louisville, and from St. for tbo prosecution or the war says that what ofto needed, stop wasting your nerve over Armenia, and oyer Crete. But then we have only atartad. I.oull to Cbioago tasking direct oonneo. a prompt and successful Issue. force and vitality on the Ip,uIIv Unhappily, in none or these cases ficials of tho nayy department most The only dispoto Give Greater American a little tloni with tbroagb trains from all points is us to what Chacould Kugland nut out her wlmln fear is the effect that might cigarette. There will ho need for be funds are needed, and how they time and it will always be In dayIVerih. Katt aud Went strength. Dat If we had beou as produced upon men ucmre tne war Is over, and light, Louisville Commercial. tho people by bo ineludlog DulTalo, Pittsburg, Cleveland, you may brace up and get iu yet." free to do so oh was America over greatly exaggerated and mislead- shall is provided. Boiton, New Vork, Philadelphia, It estimated that it will coat this question of Cuba, we all know ing Go 'w"V7Mreert reports from Spanish sources 1300,000,000 to continue the Kicbmoml, St. Paul, Minneapolis TnE Kentucky Press Annnnt,,. wuat would have happened, Omaha, Kansas City, Hot Springi, Ark of some naval battle, iu which thn for one year. Thera la tion will meet this year In the city The Paduoah Visitor says that and Denver. Close connection with Can. of Cincinnati on the first day of Tin: revenuo bill being discuss-o- Spaniards will claim a decisiye available surplus iu tho treasulv one of the funny Incidents, min- tral Mississippi Vsller Houto Uolid Fast in abuntlauce. Unexcelled in the cure of Stomach, Liver, Kidney victory, It is realized . nf swift uui ruin wiiibii .nnu. rar bet- gled with tbe sad, at tbe depot the Vestibule Daily Train for i.it. iwy. aim at mat point will hold by Congress provides for Issu- news of an engagementthat first in the ter bo put In circulation thou Its business meeting. On tho eyo ing and Skin Diseases, Dropsy, Rheumatism, &c. be other day, on tbe departure ot tho thrco per cent, bonds to tho neighborhood or Cuba or to the kept miserly Dubuque. MIoux Fallal, of the leeond day the entire amouut of 8100,000,000; bonnloil In tho pub- Padacab volunteers, was occasionan n. eastward may reach the United ic vaults, so there "gang' will leave oyer the C. II. crease in the tax on beor of I NIouv City Tho analysis nindo by ,Dr. J. M. Saflbrd, of Vandcrbilt University, is no nend ed by an old colored woman, who f a States through the Spanish iu tbo tho consideration of remarked when surrounded by a and tbe West. 1'arllouUri of agents & D, for Detroit whore they w of barrel; nn increase on manufuo-Hire- by tbo way or Madrid, and cables hasto of these war revenue. take tbe lake atenmor Tor Maoki-naund other information, on application to number of colored men: "Go way llie I. C, It. It. and couiicotlng lines. tobacco to IU conts n pound: Thoro Is nbout nud at that delightful sumtnor nu increase of 1 per thousand iu are almost certain, no matter what me you niggers; dars de WM. MURRAY, Dlr. Pan. Agent, New O.OOO.OOO of the result may be, to miik suoh a aolguorngo lying idle in tho Treat-nry- . trom boys gwine way to io do Orleans. rosort they will remain for several the tax on cigars. It provides for' white claim for victory for the Spanish JNO. A. SCOTT, DW. Pan Agent, Mem. Why not utillzo that daya recnporntlng and enjoying a ..., ,..,..;i,5 , Pin.iij.a nu uaiiu bh at the battle of Manila bay. su ng ceruuoates agaiust by ia- - flgbtln', aud youie layin' 'round pbii. much needed rest. it aud heah lookin' nt 'em; go way from A, II. IIakbos, o. r. A., Chicago. checks aud patout medicines, Wait for our own official reports.1 UUIUIU(J IV I mo; go way, I'se ashamed of you! V? ,A, Kkhohp, a, a, r, a. LquIstHIc, Epson, Tcuneascee JIi-om1 f the-Itoni- l. Klccliicj Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Musical Instruments. ANTID Call and Sec our New Stock of Jewelry. I'c-nc- e .... - r.. I - I ( 1 "Majestic" Cookisg Easges. The Best in the World VECONOMY IN THE llie-lltue ,, uiod-cat- la Baylug One of tticsc Ranges I Ff&Lt ny hn,nd sliow-,!"(- - Hiiro-pen- u 'in-si- under-curre- HIOKMAN WAGON CO. n - reaaoaa-tasoppot- f f - "" HICKMAN WAGONS, H1CKMA1T Wy 111 go over-anxiou- s CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. DIE.HOTOE;S. K ai wmm national bank, laa. n. . - BaVailBVBBVBlBBBalB Anglo-Saxo- u ""i !! n. m auaa.. a. rAiuz a I n Pittsburg Coal lfJi, HERR (ft HANDLE, .,.,.. d I I ,,ooo,-00- 0 Ha-wai- i, . ., "m rZ -- fSSSSLiS&S'lS s ""' 4 HICZMA1T 3Sai4sft1bllsjB.ol. rr't. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. 8 AIST.H; IMsjaj. . - Paid Up Capital $50,000.00. 'IDH2,HOTOI?i I A. F. OLIVER, r. Epson foot-hills SpringSp - Macon County, Tennessee. Wash-Ingto- n White, Black and Red Sulphur, also, lybeate and Frecstono Waters, Haiti-mor- e, . d .Vw,,, d c I John M. Rogan, . -r- - tt V n ' " . jAktti ikdtuafimak fJJU immimmwmfflmmmww'" iijiiiiiitMwiiiiiMtffc.iyfitfii "' , .''.".'i'r;.1' ma,-,-, ?, !rittjwmi8ti!c2kfM mmr n;tMr"r m ' f mmmttt .v saasaTJaMaM -. jir. ,,v ; f&M&mmfm W3 Commencement Wo want to Exercises Hickman College. Wr.DNrMMY KVRNINO, 6 ! 80. . of The World's pnmmmmmmmmtmmnmmmmmmmmmmmt - IMTXSEI) AT IIICIDLEV. Sheriff of Urates Heady to Aire Pro tectlon. Kym Msy 21. Gor. ley's refusal to iasuo recjnlsl-tiopapers for the return to Kentucky of Hob Itlnnks, the negro rapist of an child hi this city last January, has greatly incensed the people of Mayfleld and Graves county- - Sheriff Douth-i- t has promised to prevent at all Z2 hazards any attempt nt lynching Hlaiiks If bronchi hero for trial, The supposed mob at the midnight on last Monday night was a J train hundred deputies summoned half by the Sheriff to see that no foal Z play was undertaken when he lauded iu Ma field. Tlr irifl proposed to swear In ei nuk ien J to insure safety to the priROuc? when delivered here, but If the Governor absolutely refuses to recognize Graves' county's right to deal with her criminals the next man who wishes to lavish a little child will only be required to blacken his face and step into another State. H mil u eteven-yeur-old X MJPstL Best Products! Start Something! By Kl(K'iitlou and Mnnio ClnKne-il'l.inoDuDt. Invitation toDituce, Web or, Dellow und Caso, Kntio Iee und Willlu Uray, lua Ad ML-w- Star Siti Grinder, Heat ou Earth, nyw Harvester Oil, JOc per pillion. lies! quality Hinder Twino, 7Jc Sections, Section Rivets, Knife Heads, Knives, Canvass, Canvass Tucks, Slut Repairs, Holts, Oil I'uns, Cliiiius, itu., for McCormick, Duering, Woods, &c, machines. Full lino of General Repairs for MuCormick ltintlers and Mowers. Agents lor MuCorinick livjht Hand Hinders mid Mowers. Agency pcrmniieiit. Expert und Repairs right in your midst. First-cliiK- s HUGO IKS, CULTIVATORS. DISCSULKYS AND DRILLS, Ito SELL. DON'T FORGET. to give that tujiport jou'tv Lfen proviiiinf for "10 yrars to vhonrr truuld tlart a rrgular Jmptemail and Vehicle busituss in Hickman. 1 sami, Our Uaby, Edwin Fiwpan, Tho Hmuek iu School, Franklo Hold. The UnfliiUhcd Souk, Muilwl Kurinn. l'i.mo, nubbliiiK Snrini;, ltliiuo KIiil', 5 Maud Ijimsford, Iteeltation, Virginia Lntrn. Si! Kinder Haby, Homer Clreonn. o Mad- Tho Story of Seven Devils, Pa dot. ' Piano, Viilio Arnbonauo, Loch, Ivcy gOlnek. Tnblennx: IIomaKO to Poetry, Oupid s Z Dance, SlrwiKth, Skill mid Patience, liracllciii, Nymiihs at Play, Nydin, g--. Wounded. Dentil of VirKlulu, UumIii, THIS HAT STOCK by ten young liulies. 1'iay, Mlli HfiniiLsn. uimraciern OF OURS Miles Staudish, Dnvo Maddux; John Aldeu, Alex. Cheek; Priscilln. Kuto Handle; Hlder, Prather Ourlin ; Musscn- j. Camo from tho liest nnd bigKt per, Irwin Uruvanl jliullan, ncurj' markets. " You couldn't get better prices or better quality in New Pilgrims In Oonncil, WedOliiR Ruohis. Ynrk f!llv tlinn wo offnrvnn here. Sceno I. Miles sends Johu to Priscilln. IwcntUK W) otTer yon tho muiic Seeuo II. John delivers Miles' mes- gissbi you would get there. nai) to Priscilln. Sceno III. John brings lTiscinaa an Bring in your Hat taste and wo will, swer to Miles ; a mobriciigcr summons find something to ouityoa. Wo Miles. will suit your punto loo.. Sceno IV. Miles, Klder, Indian, Men To fit yon up HHAD and FOOT, we assembled in Council. Soeui) V. John in trouble and doubt. win givo you Conversation llctwccu John and l'ris-olll$1.00 und KJ.M) Patent Q CO t t hhoM Sceno VI. John nnd Priscilln Inter runted by nii'SHenger. Theio nro W. L. DonrfaRH' make, Sceno VII. John, Priscilln, Elder, und ore as good as the Wvt. Wedding interrupted by Friends. Reduced Prices Mayfield, y g On ninny llneB of Summer Goods this week, It i protty early for reduction", hut we vraut to close tho lines, nud therefore nuko these cats just ns thoy are wanted: "S "TVTnlL 5S g MOUSSELINE DKSOIE and SW1VCL SILKS. Just a few patterns left, and to close them JlOc we hue reduced tho price from 50o to l'AHASOLS and Have bad an excellent Parasol trade so far, LADIES UMHKELLAS. but luve a few left, ami these we hare reduced heavily. 2 OO White Silk and Fancy Parasols reduced to 2.25 White Silk, trlmuied with Ohiffou, cut from S2.75 to WfltTD SILK and very fine quality, trimmed with Chiffon, were $3.50, LLAUli SILK, SHIRT WAISTS now j 2 y "i Am-berj- that were $1.50, 1.25 and LOO, In order to close them ont, P' Mill. Sanders & Reeves. CASH Admission, IS cents, nchool children, SHOE stohi: teu cents. No resen'ed seats. TIIUUSlUY, JUNK 2, 8 : SO We are showinir nn elegant line uf New Shirt Waists. Prices rituge from 50o to $1,50 WASH GOODS. The largest stock and largest assortment in the elty. New Lhwiis at to ami 5c. Orgaudios at 8c and up. WHITE GOODS. We show a big stock of White Goods, of every rie- While Liwna Burlntlou. lo.lo 35o Cheeks, Plaids, Piques, Dimities, &o. LAD1E3 VESTS 5c and 10c. Carpet Department second floor. EnreestBfoclro a iiT"rornC! Carpets, Mattings, Oil Cloth and Linoleum iu Fulton county. Prices the lowest. Muttiugs at 15o nud up. 40c It should uot bo forgotten that ony ouo troubled with rhoumatism can get prompt relief Chamberlain's relief It allords cost, 21 rents. ri filLUUlO. ,! Rice & llaii; A " J from pain by applying Paul Balm. Tho quick is worth many times Its Then If its uso Is con- fniii to affect a cure. For sale by T. T. Swavno. rT vIjVx l M. The Hog Law. MAC111E OILS! ." Cheap Machine Oil, per gallon, ii A Fine Harvest Oil, " Extra No. 1 Lard Oil, per u Masons Fruit Jars, Stock Teas, very Cheap. 25c 40c 65c ALL OTHKK GOODS AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST! LOCAL NEWS. Tlio wind bluwoth, Tim water tlowcth, Thu kuIim nl r o ctli. Ami thu Lord kuowe th Wo nro In need i)f your duos; Bi come uruntiin' TiU thing of iluntiln' Oh iw tu thu Ilium. -- 2 LIME, CEMENT, Rough and Dressed bt:r, ETC, DOORS, BLINDS, SASH, SHINGLES, This Jonuirn, U a niua promising year for from 60 to U3o bt the Kuekit. , g& Towel, a jwtlr let ennm ami strawberry festivals nro uow tu onli-r- , FUhtiiK sevins to bo tho attraction vith many of our mule population. Hall DcAriug Builders' Material Always 011 hand. .' If" ' cclcliratlim. Ulxm thu lib' For l'aillU. OIU. VnniUhra ntwl erality of tho subscriptions will depend thu extent ami character of tho celenriuhitt of nil kiuiUi. uo to KWA WK'H bration. uruK ci ore, Mr-On- e barrel of round hoop ''Thmilt von." ami "If vnn nlo.L. nro llttlo wiinli, but they cnu lubriento Ohio river Salt for 75a, for tho tho tnnchinery of Hfo nnd mnko thiupi next SO days, at M. U. Suaw's. run RinouiJiiy. Padncnh firm received nu order -- Elder A. O. Freed. Priwidr'nt of fromA the government for 1,000 hets of OeorKio lloU rtnou CoIIoko. Uenilerson, harmrss. This Is said to )o thu htnrcst Tcnn,, ill preach nt Jit. Hcnnou uwU single order ever given to ouo firm. Tho uununy, imiriiliiK nmt nlht. s.tmo tlriu several Uavs ago filled all or MANIC STOCK FOOD. der for COO saddles, 600 bridles nud 600 It w ill benefit youijioree, cow, or hojrs, blankets. Try it. l)uuo Hromt. Tho effects of tho war on prices nro ! Male, Wo learn Unit Mm. Jmmo Hvuvtw. nirvuuy H'giuumg io ix) relt. Wlient, ofOnyco, wiw partially 8tricken with com, bacon, lnnl. Uour nui oilirr iinmii. A McConnlck Binder, ban out nbcmt paritlyHls one day liit week. Wo hopo stuffs have "gone up" so that great deal-er- s have miule millions by the rUo. oiiu'iinuiirca ana uity acres or wheat. 111.1t huo may hpeeuiiy recover. Apply to O. A. Holcomdk. while tho consumer Ls paying dear for Hurry Matson, tho Joo letter of thu me w iiistio. Tho prospect for it glorious wheat wheat imirkut in thUhi'ctiou, struck it O. II, Mounts, Dmegist, Moscow, Ky., crop iu tho state Ls exceedingly bright, rich hut week, turning Kkwo 16,0tX) says he sells Plantation Chill Cure nud tho condition for tho entire stato being UUKIieM, uuttllig fl.UOO to (4,000 clear nuils It suits his tr.ulo becausu it eradi 103 cent, it gain over tho correspondmoney. cates tho system of all malarial poison, ing ier of last year of twenty-seved.tto J'1'1 McKiiiuoy'H Brend, tho best nun no ennrunteen per cent. Tho general crop U free from it. made. Sold only by W. F. Uever. Weather prophet Hicks says there Insect enemies, nud aside from occasionTho war tvteuno tax on patent win no soiuo wickihi, cinugerous storms al drenching by eold rains, ts iu ixrfect uieuicuieH huh neon placed ko IiIkIi that wiu i.isi jinn oi Aiuy nun teu days or condition. Tho condition of oats is HurTeriliK liuinaiiity e.in not ulTord to Imi moro into Juno. Ho also predicts it gixxl good ulso, ns compared with last year per cent, it ten per cent galu. cured by moro than tokiiuls of lotiout crop year, boliovlng Hint there will bo eignty-nviu ouu week. ampin moisture to mature all eiurly crops A number of citizens of Union City subscribed to a fund to purchase and In n few weeks tho uow crop of over most parts of our country, present to John Bell, of that city, wheat will Imi rolling into market, and Oiles Owen, who Is deaf nnd dnmb, gold medal iu honor ofJr., being tho first his if the prices) rum.iin where thuy now are while walking ou the Nnshvlllo, volunteer for tho tlio men who hu the pilden gntiii to & St. Louis Kallro.ul, about u war from Obion county. A sufficient Bell will Imi thu iinbolM of tho lund, tnllo from Union City, Sunday last, was sum was subscribed without nny trouble IlritiK your old Furniture to overtaken nnd struck by tho cost ImuiiiI mid tho medal was ouo of unusual Steplitiim & amlth for rejuini. KxHTt freight. His physician reports hLs in- worth und Iwanty. Youujj Bell was tlio vrorlnunn, nnd work douo with neat-iicn- j juries very serious, but not necessarily first one iu Obion county to offer his fatal. nnd deiipatch. services to Undo S.tm, leaving alone Trv our now delicious, refresh. for Ohlckainaugn several weeks ago. Fitducah is to lmvo nnotlicr iwiiht. It in to bo 11 commercial ami mnnufao lug bovennres, (Horiann, Uolden Apple, He Is now lu Nashville, and tho medal turlng journal, to lie publUhcd by John (linger Ciuilinl and Cherry Nectar, or if will bo rorwnrdod to ntiu there. iudigestlnu, Tho season Ls ou when noonlo nro I. ThoiuiHou ami Fnuik Shutt, It will you suffer withueyer s boxla drink Liiuo una repsiu, nt Fountain bo known in tho 1'ailucah I'rot'rtu. soexuig tno ivxuiinmiiug ami restorative A llttlo sou of Mr. II, P, Johimou, Our coIuuiils anioiM'U for suggestions virtues of health resorts, und chief of Oayeo, was run over by 11 wagon load- touching road working. The county is among theso Ls 'Knsou Springs. Among ed with corn, 0110 day last week, und liugoriug far in tho rear on tlio rotd tho foot hills of tho Cumberland mouu-tain- s lu Macon county, Teuu. No hot received pniuful iniuries. problem, und It is ouo of tho most At hut no thu littlu fellow wits improving'. of the sgo. Tho system of nights,nuduiosqultos, no malaria. White, working by taxation has been suggested blackstono rod sulphur, chalybeate nud MAQIU l'UULTKY FOOD. freo witters, uuexcolled iu tho euro but our magistrates nro n llttlo chary of of stomneli, kidney and skin diseases, A InrKO quantity just reeelvwl. Will tackling this plan, dropsy, rhoumatism, &o. Tho Couitmu, lnuku heus lay, and improve tho health Mr, Ell Hooves, an old Fulton conn-t- y from jiersoual experience, cm glvo tesfowls. At of your boy, Hon of Mr, and Mrs. Kll HeeveSj timony to tho practical virtues of theso Holcomdk'8 Dauo Stoiir. of Cnyce, was marrkd on April 28th to waters. Hosldei us a pleasure resort, Tho follow who koos to wurvrith to Miss Lizzie Pauley, of Cameron, Tex- devoid of extra efforts towards fashion, out it commission, mid briuga one liomu as. Mr. Reoves is ynnl master of tlio uo surrounding temptations, nud Quito With him, will lmvo u im-n- t mlvmitnyo Santa Fo Kfillroad at Temple, Toxas. live ovr tho follow who refused to k bo. Tho Courier extends congrnt illations to us cheap its you cau thereutLshomo, with nil homo comforts, no plueo to canw he could uot secure u commission. the happy couple, ciiual it. uuiKi'nuiu. Hou.-omiik'- Will cheerfully mnko entimntcs on any quantity ileMired, and The thermometer w 111 uow tulco Kniarnutee loweht prices. turn tu tlointf tho "climbing tip" uct. Mns. lMtlti I.iirini U vbutini; liir daughter, Mm. Jo. Holland, ut Litxora, Ark. &W. gj& All tliu new niul drink htmil nt U oyer's Fountain. Tho l'aducah Knlr Asswiatiou will have races hi July and four tl.tyis Pair in Octol r. The Saratoga Ituudrr will uivo HUhim K. K. Hemlrlx wlllprcaldo von the Domwtio Linen or Ulcus Finnt the M. E. Conference nt Puducih, ish. Shirts, 10c. Collnrs. 2o. H. S Hoiikrts. Agent, Nov 18th. Tho Cnban girls nro said to Ih verr 20o ami V5o a fj0-- Table pretty, with ejes iUwcHIkhI as "resting yard, at the HaiAit. upon nnd following yon; large, dark Davo Turner, a colored preacher, ami lieumlug, half eilel, w ith lung lids was killed by llKlttiitiiK. - miles frum nud lashes." Now Is tho tlmo to volunUulou City, Sunday lakt. teer, boys. It 11 oontlileutly amort est that durSeo tho 6c. 10c. I6o Glassware. ing thU little ncuftln with n tea. at mo uocKci. coffiu ami breath w ill Ui untitled. An exchange says that thero Is but Ilnvo iou tocu Shtnr'a G, 10 ouo (MiKsago in tho Hiblo where the women am commaudd to kii the men, and 25o counters! and that Is tho golden rule, "Whntso-ou- t Tt t ftafA tn HmmitI Mini llinni linfln't yo would that men should do unto K'eti stimuli map HtutiyiiiR amouKthu l'pio tor ywir iu nt tlio unweut tlmo, you, do you oven so unto them," Tho Fourth of Jnly committee of There (h m to l n frrent deal of button. holo lutriotUm tluwu ilayg, jnclfr-llif- f thu Business Men's Association should by thu nninbtr of lupol ilix;onttiotM bo at work soliciting subscriptions for D.Kco McE-a.nikl'- s L P. S.Ellison 11 l, At City Hall. The parties who proposed to test tho Piano Duet, Overture to William Tell, hog law iu Hickman decided not to do Misses Isler und Harter. Annual Address, by Hon. A. L. Peter-ma- so, being ndvi&ed that whatovcr dofvete may pertain to tho present law could bo Vocal Solo, Summer, Chamluado, cured ami tho law made effective and Alice Cnwgill. Plnno Solo, Mexican Pauses, Uoldbeck good. Ubiuw here a fatal point nguinst Kale Handle. such a law has been where "thu Uouri Tresentatntion of Diplomas. ell failed to submit tho question as to Vocal Solo, Tempcbt of tho Heart, whother or uot stock should run nt Urgo MLss Lnuln Hnmnge. Admission, Ific, School children 10c. In tho city to n voto of tho legal voters." Also, it is claimed to bo iu violation of Sections CO nud 1G8 of the Stato Prof. Wittman to Remain, and Chapter 22 Kentucky Wo nro plcnscd to annonnco that tho Statutes. friends nnd natrons of Prof. M.J. Witt man lmvo induced him to remain in Hickman another term. They believe that bis stay here has nnd will assist largely in developing and sluvatiug tho Tho Trnstew of Hickman College dc musical tasto of the commnnity, nnd tiro to inform thoFnhlio that the Mn hope that it will unite musical iuterents, sical Dennrtmcnt of that institution will as c runny tlio liuprocmeui and bo continued under tho management of of his classes, iMclally tho n competent teacutr, nud tho friends or Hickman orcluvtru, demonstratu his tho College who tleniro their children suecehs as a teacher. As u componcr and taught Vocal or Piano music can bo aspirformer ho has fow superiors. Tho sured that no pains will be spared to recent Wittmnu concert enthused our give them cstirs satisfaction. tf muslO'loving jMople. For further information call on the lYohs-so- r at his Those of onr readers who have used Chamberlain's Cough Itemed r w ill Uot lo snrprisisl ti learn that tlio sale of In tho rlnmago suit ot Williams vs. this UHht excellent medicine has been Hnm Johnou. Iu nroimis at Clinton. extended around tho world, and that it the argument was tu progress nt tho U last liooomiug n universal favonto tu hour of going to press, ana no verdict tho treatment of coughs, colds, croup expected yesterday. and whooping cough. Tho 23 and 60 All tho Postal Cards now nscd in cent slim for sale by T. T. Swnyuo. thu United States are tmuto from Cot- The board of missions of the timwoud from No. 0 Island, opposite M. E. Ohnrch, South, has appro Hickman. Did you know that ? pr.ated CL'OO.OOO for tho ensuing Pnnl Meadows, a son of W. W. Mia Mendows. of Fulton, was triod for lun year. The Woman's Foriegn acy before Jndgo Kearby yesterday, nud sionary Sooiotv raised during ihe will be sent to Ilopkfmivillo. Young past year $80,504.40. This society Meadows was heretofore a bright and fliliilmrfa fiftv tnl.ilnhari Afi 159 promising young mail, nnd his comll teachers and native helpers twehe tiou is a tutd one. boarding schools, flfty-nindiy Tito Indira of sit. zion cnurcli nro sohools, threo hospitals, .three to 1)0 congratulated ou tho success of kiudergnrtenR.'thirty-seve- n Bible their suntM-- r Friday night last. Ther ). Quito n womeu und 1,500 pupils. clearotl between "0 nnd number nttendiM from Hickman, rul ton nud Union city. Tlio tables were STATION iEHYl STATIONERY! set under trees, and tho grove beautl Tho prettiest lino in tho town Is at fully lighted. Swnyno s, tho druggist. "Aunt Sasan" Barber, an ogotl and way oi luckmnu, pioneer A Lesson of the Hour. .H.ul1....lnHHI.Li I11UI 1 miHiaj utKill, Hint- n 1...... 11.. miii. 11UAfter tho war with Spain is eod genng UIuchs. Her lifu nnd last iilucos excited the teuderest symMthira of ed it is probublo that a strong efgood people, and she was well cared for fort will be made to no thoroughiu her last days by tho ladies of tho ly reform the militia law that nev Methodist church and other friends. er again will such difficulties ho encountered in creating a federal JUST HECKIVEP. Tho largit lot of Carpet Samples ever volunteer army as those which lirongnt to lllckman, all grades rnira have appeared ainco the President the ehe.tiM4t to the finest. I invito called for 125,000 volunteers. everylsxly to call and seo them H. O. Anpr.ua. Examine onr$10 00line. NEED A SUIT rVrnTTVP XlXll Suits. Look as Equal to any $15.00 madeto-ordewell, fit as well, made as well, and wear as well. Worsteds, Black and Fancy Worsteds. Cassnneres, Plaids, Yacht Cloth, &o. Cheaper Sulf. at $350 and $5.00. Good clothes and well made. NEW SHIRTS und NEW TIES. Just received an elegant line of both. Shirts 3oo to $1.50 J I r - Cash Book Store. Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS, STATIONERY. ' NOTIONS, 1. P. & W. S. ELLISON. 3 lluuuiuuuuuuuuuuuiuuiuiumiuuuiuiuumuuuiuttft A dispatch from McmphLs, dated 23rd Thnt (30WOILL & COWG1LL keep a lust., says: Sonic tlmo beforo day this inoruiu;; a negro named Joo Mitchell was lynched at Rives, Teuu,, on tho IllLlua ot Full inois Central Hailroad. Ho was taken from tho villago calabowo by a mob said to number 500. He was a brakemau on tho O. & N. O. Hallway. A fow days AND ngo a lad named Henry Garner, from Dyersburg, fell or was thrown from a COOG1I freight train ut Rives aud both his legs wero broken, from which Injuries he Always ou Hand Also, ARE statedied. He made au ment that brukeman Joo Mitchell throw hint from the train. Mitchell was taken from tho train nnd placed under orrvnt. All those most ThLs morning ho was taken from tho section of cal.tbooso, carried of a mile into tho woods, hanged nud then Don't Forget XEUK0 HUXU AT HIVES, TEXX. &e. IS THE TIME OF YEARf WHEN Call and see our Stock. thing up to date. Every NOTICE. Blood Purifiers AND Mary Berexdes & Co. CHILL TONICS NYRUrS! GL 1. Bartlett, -- DEALEB Chill Tonics IN DEMAND. commonly (Successor to Wm. Diest.lbrlnk,) IS- - ante-morte- Fancy Groceries and Provisions, MIQKUAN, " real-diuc- used in this three-quarte- tho country can bo KENTUBKY. -- morning. Mitchell's homo was in Ky., where ho has a family. He ran betwoen Padncnh and Memphis aud ls well spoken of by all trainmen who worked with him. bulperforated with bullets. let holes wero found lu hLs body thLs Thirty-five FOUND AT FREE DELIVERY. i Swayne's. Drug Store. TO v.' rfc'yT-rf;Vi- xv r'ti'Pi u'.v vr Binder Twine! SETTLE LAliOIt STRIKES. Telephone Store No. 01; idence, No. 00. Real- - "NAME ON EVERY PECE," o LOWNEY'S Chocolate Bonbons FOR BALK BY -- Wo have Binder Twino of tho best anallty. nnd ore prepared to fill orders nt tho lowest market price, nud will Ray further that onr position on tho prico of Twino has been misstated. First clilid Harvester Oil for salo. SANDERS &' REEVES. Fulton Comity School The TJ. S. Senate has, passed a bill wbtob promises to be of the greatest importance. It la known as the Fairbanks Arbitration Bill. M. WITTING, It provides that when dlffleulties DEALEE IN between etnploj ers and their em ployees occur which iutorrnpt or euiuaruea commerce between the STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Census, stiites the chairman of the interTOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC. TfecCasHGroceg J. - wen-Know- n f 1808. Tho following Ls tho school census of this county, by districts, as certified to me by tho chairman of tho board of trustees of each : Scholars. No. 1. Fulton, in. 3. 4. 6. 6. COWGILL&COWGILL. ..- DUUGG1HTH. AX OCTOPUS. Mr. Daniel Korshce some weeks ago captured w hat in surely au octopus. He found it left high nud dry iu the woods by tho receding waters on the Kentucky shore, a Sp-vl- inu propiel Wo would llko to have a good Drum Major mnko up a company iu this comity composed exclusively of deliunneut subscnlHTS to tho Hauuer, and then give them their choice, pay np their subscrip tiou or bo put iu n wooden gunboat mid or Aloro cos scut against tlio tlo. Livingston Banner. An exchange says that a gang of swindlers are howling out their circulars promising "iu order to introduce tho goods." to send to any address, pontage prepaid, teu yards or rd, lirowu or green silk for ouo dollar. Tho eager victims, who are numerous, revolve teu yarns or sine iroui tno sxxi. Tho 7 year locusts have niado their appearance lu this section iu immense numbers. Each has ou its wing tho letter "W," which goes without tho spying means war, bloody und long pro tnictod. Appearing after tho war with Spain had lcgun, tliey say if peace was Clean liuess, tu tlio uo.ir rntnro on tlio wiug would Couveulouco, have lecu the letter "P." "They say" Neatness, i xuows ail unoui it. Everybody's Favorite !a 0. short distance up the Tennessee 10. Cayco, Academy, from the city, ou the Hus- U. Rural river Simmons, bands farm. Tho octopus has 13. Montgomery, several arms at least six feet in 13. Hazel Dell, length. The main body of the 14. Upper Bottom, monster Is about five feet long. 15. Falrview, 16. Mr. Forshee has bad the body of 17. Hickman, Watson, the uronster embalmed and will 18. Sassafras Rldgo, take it to Omaha aud exhibit it at 10. Madrid Boud, tho big fair next month. Padn-cul- t 20. McFaddeu, 21. Lodgton, Register. 22. Woodlawu, Franco-Englis- h Palestine, Brown or Browdcr, Liberty, 7. Edmistou, 8. Rnsh Creek, Tnylor, 74. 71. 62 66. 72. 63. 60. 04. 69. 05. 4J. 42. 65. 444. 07. 100. 145. 71. 42. 70. 49. 43. 88. 89. 78 . the commissioner of labor shall Intervene for the purpose of media My Slock is alwsjrs Fresb nd Completf, tiou or conciliation, to bring about ad I in He (be p uMio tu corns. a proper understanding between aod sea me. Cmd paid for Concur Troduet. the two Interests aud a harmonious settlement of their differWitting' old itsotl, Clinton Blrtct, ences. If they shall fail lu this HICKMAN. KV. bring they shall thou undertake to about a settlement by arbitration, each of the parties tu aeleot au arbitrator, and the two tuns chosen it third. Aud if the two can New West Ilickman not agree upon a third, he is to be selected by tho interstate commerce commissioner and the com- , Hay, Bran, missioneaof labor. This is said hantlles to be the first recognition of the Oats aud Stock PeaB, as cheap as principal of arbitration in labor they can be Bold. L. POWELL, affairs by the Senate. 'Phone 98. Free Delivery. state commerce commission and L. POWELL Feed-stnfJ- Grocery Store War. For Cheap Durability,' Honolny uot be rough on the French. They nre dangerously near a war with England. Comparing the size and efllcietioy of the two navies, It looks as if Franoe would nrouso compassion rather than resentment. She ought to have learned from Germany In 1871 that men who lie about womeu will alwnys be whipped by men who respect women. What she did uot learn then it may bo Euglaud's godly mandate to teuch uow. .,! A1" .. Maybe we should 28. Sycamore, 24. Clark's or 25. Stublw, Uow Is the Tim To buy your Stock Roper's, 2. 27. Graves. Lslaud No. 8. 28. Rock Spring, Peaj, late Mil- Irish Seed Potatoes, Geriuau let Seed. Total, white schools, COLOKEI) DISTRICTS. 2,541. 328. 44. lift. Wo carry u large stock A. Hickman, U. Sassafras Ridge, D. Sharp or Maddux, B. Upshaw or Lynch, of these goods, aud prices cheap. E. Alexander, F. Fulton, G. Bowdeu, II. Cayco, 47. 04. 253. 80. 38. iiTil No Wonder- - Yo" Uk. n o Ch.tt-tnuix- HLsmuio-Anierica- n Bp . -- cities nro doing a henvy business, but with othera nnd especially In the smaller cities, busluoss Is exceedingly anil, nnd tlioso who promised prosperity " result of tlio war nro proven to have boon ' falao prophots. "When you think of having your Ufo Thoy'vu becouio so universally insured tho first question should popular. Cluuuiucss Ls pittcu rid It safe?" Tho Mutual Life ofbo, "Is New 'prico, of. NO HKD, lit n presents such a neat upjxarauoo, York being tho largest and strongest of all nnanrini Institutions, with Ahsctt, or will last as long, . surplus fcJS.OOO.OOO.OO, you win very naturally select that com imny as tho Mfest. Solid Beds, Upon asking tho second question, "Is mo contract it gixxi onor" you win nnd 0 feet 2 iu. high, J tuat tno Mutual Litro issues every desir 4 feet 0 iu. wide, ) at ublo form of Life and Endowment Iu siurauce, Investment Bonds and Annul' Worth fi.60. ties, nud it will bo an easy matter for SMITH. you to get u contract especially adapted STEPHENS to your inclinations nnd circnutstauces, In reply Tiip.kr was a timo when tho most cheap." to your third question, "Ls It pureuauseous medicines were rcgJtfUetl us ly mutual Tho Mutual Life beluga comp.uiy furnishes tho best. Hot drom were ixrhum tho to its members at tho exact Insurance cost, nud most dLsagreeablo of tho old rvuiodles, you will find upon investigation that Thoir place hits beeu taken by ouo of during tho fifty-liv- e s years of this tho most nloas.tut modlcuies iu ase, existence, it has Chnmberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar- loutly mau.iged, that thobeen so exceloont nventgo Ls not only muoh rhoea Remedy. It to members of each $1,000 Insurance moro agreeable to take, but moro rolin-blboa been liws than lu any other Com- It nlwnvs ennw und cures n ulcklv. IKtny. Association or Asscnsmoiit order For salo by T. T. Swnyne. This Camiuuy Insures both men and women in any amount from 1.000 to DULL FOR liETAILElW, (1,000,000, nt rates according to ugo und plan, ranging from 410.00 to !MX).00 nor opluiou of fur sighted $1.000.00. Don't wait 'till you get sick, It is the bnolnees men thnt tho present dull but If you arc now In goixl health, nnd Insumuco with period will bo followed by u reac- have noabout it, or consult h.tvo E. R. EULson you it little tion as soon as tho war is uuded, iusnruuco, aud fool if you need homo like which will mean groat prosperity moro. consult K. R. Ellison ulxnit It. or for the country. At present some if you should havu unfortunately joined of the wholesale houses in he big somo osMCSsment Society, or other I na ii red? Oak 019. Total, colored schools, As tho uinorttoumeut of tho public school for tho incoming year will bo mudo iu nccordaneo with the uliovo im port, trustees aud teachers should seo thnt their contracts conform thereto No contract, however, can bo mudo uu til nftcr July 1st, tho beginning of thu new school year, (seo section 81, com Resp't'y, inou school law). D. E. WILSON, Co. Supt. rl SW 2 Ledford & Rogers. M. B. Shaw, Hardware, Queensware, $3.75 Strayed I Ono sorrel horse, with blazo in face hands and split in right ear. About 1 n nign, ami a mtiu swny.ixu'Kisi. will bo gladly received, und all trouble paid for. Address. S. A. COLE, Box 07, Hickman. V,--,. iiiior-matio- & ...Groceries.,, Free Delivery. n 5 JVOTIC'K! All rtirtlcs kuowiug themselves to tho firm of S.iuders & Rico will ple.tso come fonv.inl and settle at unco, as wo wish to close up tno into Kick k Ji ayloii, firm's business. Suecesiors to Sanders & Rice. Com-ivmy'- o. . Announcement. Will A. EdmLston Ls in entire control of tho Wright Livery Stable, having bought out Mr. Wright. Ho itsks tho patronage of tho public, and guarantor good, s.tfe te.tmn, nice buggies and reasonable prices. TO va The BEST OFFER Ever Made by a Newspaper! LAROE IMOES EVERY WKKK FOR 0NLV $1.50. k, biitb-olatMa-ulue THKPUHLIC. Having become tho solo owner of tho ihoap insurance concern, and Moscow Flouring Mills Projierty, Books I heruhy rcnniat all par havo since found It to bo a delusion nud and u snore, its thuy nil are, nnd if it Ls uot ties iudebtisl to tho lato linn of It. L. yot too I.itoyou will find It to your ad Scearen& Co., to settle ttio h.uno with vantage to consult u it. aoout mo. Thankful for D.tst favorable patron ige, I usk a contliin.mco of samo, it. E. R. Ellison is tho Sneclil Acont for and will strive to merit und iippiociato thu Mutual Lite Insurance Couiikiuy.of same . Cius. J. Wonm. ' New York, ut llickui.tu, Ky, Jl ibu Aix-ouut- mi. weekly ftepublio. tbe but nener.l DCxppr prinlii In Ilia The world, conLlnlag .11 th. oews in eight pages od Tbe Rvpubllo Model Msssina one year for $1.50, l Ihe liepuuilo BunJjr MUfaiine ws tbe newspaper eucoesa or lj97. A 1 pages of fuu, It "4 home journal of lie Lett elate, 18 lsru every wek, e puie. of ihe litUutoai aud bent reaJiag priaied. U contains more k4 jdolurcj and cartoons than were eitr stlempled io any olbvr iblieatloa. More ii Jted writers and artists contribute to Too Hepubllo tliao to aujr nlbvr Weeteru piihlioalion. Toe Mnilne will b. eolJ oolr iu connection with the Re. publlo, but is mailed separately eaca week. Addrtet all orders to Iwlo.-.-wt.- it leini-week- ly THE UKl'UULIC, St. Louis, Me. - .. f r :ta,iirfW4W! v-- r .1,. HH(i.w. nm , rfiitV''GiJfm ... - 9rntinrtxprrrn afi-t.'r- " ' im-- ' M Msrai i ::h. C i j-- v jhtfiitAlM My- - ,Vjl ll'slA, !U, AU 4r.. . .il. vvmrlnf nvvnv "her t'libt'a" health, mul nftiTnoon niul Uncle Josh lii the morning, mid cui.li tithes care uf one side ot bow she longed fnr hlin. runt. llnittlrril nitil llsly Mlllluw Ha. And thin one dnj n letter c.une from the grate. Mnjbo If tve could pet them One The question lms been mooted over and vnnns II vised on Anierl- over again whether the engrafting of Kretich Illrain. Ilia brother, the mother's to go ul the sauir time, nnil have them enii loll. dishes iion the lull of fare of ami German meet there without knowing It there "bub," was ill, and tbc.v would the letter class of Amrnran restaurants is him home to her. hhc could feci al- mctubr.inces might cause them loinuke or is not an improvement. Many pretend Hie Culnn war has done one bljj most rIihI Ihnt lit wns sick for It would up ngnln." thu before their introilurtion our cooking ,, f, r Hits country j It hns compelled was coarse, liarlttne. T hi it an open quea-liohc I Just beliee it would, Mnr, If we ,!,,, litni b.nk. How curefiillv brlrir non. imlirecii, ui tni mine oi hut no lull of fare prevent attraetiona him, and bv the time the could onlj dull, but jour ixi'a so act In ri, .),nl.i lands for the production of the would nurse to the dtapeptic, hut they, like the bilious, his nji that he wouldn't go at nny ri.ui n over he should be well ngnln. war malarious and ixron with weak kidnrj., In the inbaico in the world. ran be cured bj Hosteller's Momach Hitter , Hut the molhtr'a hones were not to be time he thought Uncle Josh would be fuel ul his noent trip to the south there, niul Uncle Josh wouldn't golf comae renllrd "Her bnby'ciune home to her of Agriculture Wilson win A Stun of rarta. he thought he'd meet vour pi. don't s,,i.tnrlied lo discover that lOO.OW.QOt, AM oM and I am onlj to be tiiken nwn,) ngaln forever. ,t ni. u-"Mr. Fiuington li quite a liogunt, iin't how we could work It, Mnr, they're neary, and m Shewnlchrd beside hla bedside; the did nctiiull grown he?" marching d a y a nil the mnn.v little things that onl.v n both lb.it contrary," and "Ala" Walker Ilmii.i ilgnrs were "I never knew ft." ,,! iiuinnfacturtd nt prison t on the are o'er. -mother know, how to do, but without shook her hind over the problem, "Oh, ) cs, he talk three laoguagei " I can hear themlsty gnat ureas ri In peninsula. Alreud "Hut, ma, couldn't we make Uncle "What are thej !" river, breaklnp; succiss. Long before the war vvna over of the stale are Chicago "Horse, baseball and golf on Its ghostl) the.v hail liild him In the little ccmeter.v, .losh believe pa wns going In Ihe morn-an- d l tin western part L'reoing News. crop, and exclusive shore his furlough was extended Into Ing, or mnke pa believe Uncle Josh waa i,iuiiid with this At the window, tilth my crutches, aa the eternllj. niru gements have been made for Its tfolng lit Ihenftcrnooii," put In Jan. a Drink Tire the Children da)llKht fade ana), Hiuclion Into the central legion. ".Now I never tliou1it of that," and railed Grain 0. It is a delicious, appetizing, ! ill and natch the shadows 'neath the be expected that before nourishing food drink to take the place of of "Ma" Walker beamed on hertwodaugh. Hi is. It inn hoar) maples pla. When the old folks died the farm coffee told bv all grocers and liked by all It Is then I hear the music of a bugle loud (j Hurldn will rlvnl Cuba n. u moie than SOO acres was left to lllram tcr. "It takes ioung heads for new who hae used it, because when properly and hrlll, to prrtlucer. In respect tothequnu-- t Ideas, dout it. I'll just leave It for von prepared it tastes like the finest coffee but And the loriR roll In the twilight seems to nn (I Joslah Wnlker, to be divided equal of .vield, while the qu.illtv ot ill i tree from all ita injurious properties two girls to tix up. You've got a vvaj l.v or worked together, as the brothers come rmm vnnuer hill: Grain O aid digestion and strengthens the Hut anake or dreaming ever I can see the might choose. For several "ears the ot ret tin' round them two men I rt,ir leaf seems lo be quite equal to nerves. It is not a stimulant out a heaitn old blue lint. iieila Ab.ijci. it of the fnmous builder, and children, aa well as adulta, can And again the army marches marchea farmed their land together, and then could get." Ml the conditions of climate In Flnr. drink it with great lienefit Coats about aa llirain married. After that the land underneath the pines. much aa coder 13 and 2.V The morning of Mny 30 wns as bright t i favor the production of the highest was divided, lllram taking the part on vv'llh a tread that echoes ever In the vethe soil Is much like which the home stood for himself and und cleir ns uiivone could nth. The fide of tobacco. eran's heart , How Thry Shop. bride, and Joslah was to make his eountry pvople In the part of the couu-t- rat of lulu, nnd li the aid of the still that "Hany." said Mrs Tredwav to her hus- Marches trees at fargrard old armj.'morg his with them. away: the home where the Walkers lived nhwivs made tin of sprat ing that Imitates natural band at the breakfast table, "I am quiteout nd I see Its banners floating proudl) of money, and I want to spend the da) shopa day devoted to the r infitll, the plants arc ripened In fori-f- e Added to the ties of blood were the the ilaj a holidii galnt the ature sk), ping. Let me hae CO cents." davs after the are pill mt. Tobac lust as though beneath my window It to- - ties of comradeship on the battlefields memories of the brave men who fell In "What do )ou want COccnlsfor" da) were pasng b . can be grown almost ul, the ear, "Ten cent" lor car fare and JO cent for I ran recognize the comrades touching el- - of the smith, and Ihcv seemed Insepar- the civil war. Min.v of them had friends c able. Nothing, it seemed, could come nnd relatives buried on the battlefields ard crops can be set out In ever month luncheon." Harper's Kazan bona as of )ore. With n beautiful devotion that n III live tut ween them. The.v assisted each oth of the south, but there were but few i. irl vast nrra is suitable nnd available forever more. er in their work, the shared each oth foldler graves in the little church ard Shake Into ionr Ihoea Allen'a Foot Div, a powder for the feet, And the sun In cloudless heavens upon er s earnings; the.v made it a point to lemetery at home. What few there f this brunch of agricultural industr. blade and ba)'not "bines, Tt cure painful, swollen, nervous, smarting b tobacco, furthermore, baa nil the were, lidvvcver, received the offerings feet and instantly takes the sting out of And the brezes stir the pennons of the plant at the same time! they reaped . illtles requisite for cigars. To be fit their crops at the same time, and theyj ol the entire community. arm) In the pines. corna and bunions. It's, the greatest comfort for innktni; elitnrs the lenf must have a o tbclr farms to the As lllram Walker came In from tt dicovervof the age. A11n' y-one can sold tne products iJBIIimaai'-yW'4 saw hi iiiiiiI mid composition. Cigar i' tXvarcos v 111 grow only In certnln reI can see the gleaming camp-fire- s when Kolilby alldmgirlsts infrroei. Try it the stars their natch have set gions. If n manufacturing t.vpe of and boe stores 25c. Trial package FKKK. Yonder rides the gra)beard colonel, with Address Allen S. Olmsted, T Rov, Jf V Al for pipe or plug, be planted in a comrade's smile for nit. Connecticut, It will niqtilre a llkrnrsi . s-- tf That morning In the nlldernrss, he nns Most men think they would have been to the cigar tvpc and vice versn. It is the first to fall I remember hon ne laid him 'neath the ncll off if they hadn't been o liberal. nil a matter of soil and climate. Hut It Washington (la.) Democrat. green branches Ion, dirk Ik a very curious fnct that, w herons And turned to meet the charges of the ever regions In the latitude of Sumatra, Cubt valiant foe Tits stopped free and permanently cured. No fits after first da, 'a of Dr Kline's I seem to hear war's thunder aa It rolled and Florid t produce clg.ir tobaccos, one along our lines. Great Nerve Restorer Free J2tnil liottle A must jumpeivrr the Intermediate spice treatise Dr Kline, 911 Arch st , Flula . Fa Waklnu not the dear old colonel, sleeping In order lo tlnd cigar tobiccos ngilu In sweetly 'neath the pines Mnseiichusrtts, Connecticut, l'rniistl-inula- , "His love for her increased after mir-ns- e nut m) crutches oft remind me that our Ohio Indiana, Illinois and Wisbsltle flacs arefurl'd, " "to they liv e together liappilt , eh ' consin. The tolnccosof Vlrglnln, Mary"No, the) don t live together at ill blie Thai where ne fought the anel I'eace proclaims lo all the world married another man "Town Topics. land, North Carolina nnd other InterThat love cements the section, ard that vening state, are useful only for chew brothers true 'In Care a Cold In One liar Ing, pipe smoking and the export trade. Heneith the starr) banner fair stand both 1 ike rtromo Quinine Tablet the Illue and fin) All The growers In Florida use seid Imi cfund mbnev if it fails to eure Jr The rose bloom In beaut) nhere ne heard ported from Cuba. The ureabl to get the mad shells scream. two and even three crops a vinr )! A loafer doesn't seem to care far anybo It And southern lilies gron beside the squadron guarded stream. ticept thoc who are busy Washington eoursr, some are better able than And ever) nhere, this sacred day. love (la ) Democrat. others, and often it Is not possible to gratefull) entwines tell vvh. Onl.v certain plantations In For Whooping Cough, I'iso's Cure is a A fragrant n renin In memor) of the arm) in tne pines the Vueltn Mnjo virtel the finest eirgar siiccc.ful remed) . M F Dieter, '7 I hroop Ave., llrookln, N. Y Nov. II, 1)1. tidMUTO, and it Is the far west end of The sound of music thrills m: they are coming down the street. Cubt alone thnt furnishes the "weeds" The oftener a girl has been engaged, the I plalnl) hear upon the wind the tramp so highly v allied- .- Cincinnati of man) feet more interesting is the announcement of her With nature's treasures beautiful they marriage Atchison Globe march again to keep NATIONAL DEFENSE FUND. Memorial day and crown the bojs where side b) side ihe) sleep. The) see me at the wlrdon ard salute me Statement hjr War llriisilmrnt iil.ll. as ihe pass, lotmetilM, letidltureM anil I lift m hand and smile on them, but very soon the) pas, llnlntieea. M) eld old c)es grow mist) and I cannot see the lines, The following is an olllclal statement Though I seem to hesr the army once again among the plres of allotments, rwmliturrs and balances of the iO,tXK),000 appropriation There a another army marching 'neath 'or national defense under the war dethe heavers soft and blue. Us leaders are not man) non. Its privates, partment: Uncle loo, are few. Ordnance bureau. J3.JJ1.0f.7.9i allot-nen- t, Ore b) one ihe) cro the river lo the camp 0 t'3G.10 33 expenditure, Sam nhere all Is still. balance; engineer bureau, Where drums to battle never beat and Says: bugles never thrill allotment, f JM.lli expenditure, Memorial da) grows sweeter aa the long This Is .'OT.'Sl balance; quartermaster's bu)ears glide ana). THE BnOTHEIlB MEET. reau, rJOO.OOt) allotment, $20,000 exAnd loving nature )lelds her gifts alike for America's Illue and lira). penditure, $l0,000 balance; chief slg-uGreatest tame men. Their lives were the nappy barn otter doing the chores ot the mornAnd soon where the last veteran sleeps ofucer, $110, too allotment, $M,000 ing his wife asked how soon after din- expenditure, $70,400 balance; pa masnlll creep the summer vires, ones of peace and good will. Medicine. And evermore will silent be the camps And-thea time of doubt, ot ner he was going to the cemetery, saylume It will ter's bureau. $50,000 allotment, fio.ooo among the pines hard words, nnd nit the comradeship of ing she believed she would go with bltn. balance; lighthouse board, $73,000 T C llarbaugh, tn Ohio Farmer. Sharpen "1 uuess I'll co tbls morning," be re wus forgotten. the pist $75,000 balance; totals, It was In the winter time, nnd both plied. "The girls tell uie Josb has took Your Appetite, allotment, $1,720,220.33 exwere fattening hogs for mar- a notion to annoy mc by goin' in the penditure, $9,339,147.00 balance brothers Purify and In which their hogs were afternoon, an' I guess I'll let him bare ket. The pens Many contracts have been entered VitalizeJTour Blood. Overcome That kept udjojned, and da after da they his own wa." into by the war department for muniTired Feeling. Get a bottle of had stood together and remarked about After the quarrel of five ears before tions of war. engineering work in Hood's Sarsaparllla and begin to the condition of the Mock. One morn- Joslah had built himself n house ns with coast defenses nnd other take It TODAY, and realize the great ing ns Joslah came out to the barn ard fjr from that of his brother as pos wur measures, which involve the exgood It Is sure to do you. he found his brother counting bis hogs, slble, and at his place there was no sign penditure of a large ortion of the and as lie reached his side Hiram turned of his Intention of varing his usual of allotments as shown ubove. custom of vlsltiug the lemeter In the to him and said: Is America's Greatest Medicine. All druggist. f4KJr. J" Tjou evergoln' "Josh, there's a board loose nnd one morning. 'Ihe girls bad worked their Xnmea ef Knallah Maaiaalnea. N ii a few migazlnes bear the nnme of my shoats has worked Its wav into plans quite successfully, and the SS Mt a.irII.I'ssM U quit lawln'over our pen. think Its the spotted one chance, were the brothers would meet oft r publisher. This is a neat way out that fchoat? You - dlllicilll, but it Is quite linen-lig- h place where, for n time at least, an' Josh have both in the corner there. mistaken, lllram; at it must drop their quarrel over a of A perfect type of the they mng. An acquaintance with the "ducks vou're fpent niore'n its is his spotted pig. old sow that's in pig; per ual tdlosjncraslrs of .Messrs. Cas highest order of north lift times mother. You'll this to look here Hiagain, hare hambers, Longman, M.iciulllnii rel over, nn it ain't no excellence. ram, to And vour shoat." Joslah Walker was kneeling btslde anil I cetrson would be of little service nearersettledthan of Ibe periodicals of "Hut I guess I know my shoat when itwastivejenrago. I see It, Josh, und I tell ou that spot- the little marble monument clipping to bi investigator these publishers are the patron the dead branches out of a rose bush vvh I won t give niv No ted pig's mine. I'll git In an' catch it ovtr bis brother's grave, when he be- - rnln - Of late rars the fashion ha consent to spendin' another nickel in and put it back in my pen." cume aware tbzl some one was ap gron uf la ing claim to some street law in'," and "Ma" Walker gave her foot "You'll do nothln' of the kind. That proaching the grave from the other side or i strict of London. So we have a determined stamp on the polished or monthlv, spotted pig's mine, I tell ou, an' ou'll ims, dull, week! kitchen tloor to tlguif that she meant let it alone where it is. don't believe, of the bush. Glancing around he saw e it was his brother. As be rose from miiDP'l after Hrlgravla, Coruhill, all the said Oii've lost a shoat, an wa." Hill. Fall Mall, St. James', the his position beside the butlt II I rain To those who knew "Ma" Walker the And so the quarrel started. A pig paused at the side of the gruve opposite Htnml, the 'temple, Temple H.ir, stamp she gave meant much. Her would have gladl given the him. and Whltehnll. The only pre-d- h mind was made up, nnd no amount of that either he asked It was to cqnie beother had turns that one would have ventured "Why dooucome here at this tlrne7' to.iving mid argument could change it. tween them. demanded Joslah, thoroughly Incensed to uuke would have been that the Corn-h- i She didn't intend to throw good monev At his lirst opportuult lllram car- at what he considered an Imposition. "mild denl with I! nance, mid that after bad in a vain endeavor to get pay ried nut bis Intention of putting the pig would be h legal tlavor about "And whv did ou tell my girls that ment for a shoat for which Into his own pen, and in lets than 24 las'K.Msa. ou wns comln' In the afternoon," an- - 'he lciuple. These forecasts, however, the had alrejd mortgaged Ihe farm hours afterwards he was arrested on kwered Hiram. "I came this morning w u d nave been as unfortunate ns the for more than the could pa in the a warrant sworn out b his brother. ci, elation that there would be an cabecame ou told them that." ueM live iars The case went through the justice "I never told the girls nothing of tha pe all courtly tone about the Wiud-so- r "Hut, 'Mu,' the lawtr he can git court with a dicision for Joslah; when Aiadcui. kind, und ou know It. You come here L' nc lit In the ntxt court, an' then t appealed to the grand jurj the decision at this time to spite me." I v.unt to teach Josh that he can't have Women aa ites. a retrial the wss the other wa. At The whole scheme that the girls and everything his own wn. J'he Iawcr V mien might serve this government was again reversed, and then it sa their mother lud worked came to neu oni neiu fio more." is ,ilis In a gnat wor. Thnt n woman fent to the state courts, where It was In a minute, and stepping a little rat nit keep 4 secret herself or let mi- "lllram Walker, ou might Just as trieil time after time, until now- - it had nearer he said: well quit lalkin', for 1 lellou I won't one else Keep one is not. Dome out ny reached the supreme court, and Hiram "Joslah, the girls told me that, nnd consent to spendin' another cent. I de- - hoped to have the lust decision against now I know why. 1 hey can't see nny er tin tecrit nrchlvrs kept In n large rl.irf In irrwiflntac !(' n ilnun,lnhi fire;. roof safe in the war department. ' i.h.1 ItIM I......I t,..uuw,,i,.,a-u- rt. ' I .. nln.. him reverted. ours, and want in this quarrel (fri .h... till 11 . Iir.ltliar. , make InaiUIIj- During the progress of the case both Muse forget it. The ofthought here it One of the most nctlvc and reliable us to without spendin' all they lawnun spies in the late war was n vtoiu-iIn ithers had become heavily Z Il's bad enough for Josh, nnd sr In raising the money needed Involved ( hnrle's grave would be n good plaii vho worked succrssfii!!;. furn long to piy for us to mtet Don't jou think Itls?" period. I'vciittiall, however, she was ou, vvhul's got a famil to care for, eo.irt and attornes' fees. Hiram's lt still worke, Without a word of reply Joslah exi ;aught by the enem nnd hanged to n ABSOLUTELY ou had just better ftirm had been mortgaged, his crops his hand across the grave, where tree spend that $30 in buln'ineun' the girls sold Martial law, which states that lo p.i the mimic kind of bills. The tended DeliciousNutritious. some new clothes, (looduess knows, we the My l punlshnblc by death by needs of his famil had counted for It met that of his brother. need Vm luil enoughj I haven't had n naught against this legal "iiirsm," he knid, "we have quarreled bia1' the neck," hot no respect C0S1S LESS THAN ONE CENT A CUP. monster. His . M.--tf new dress since this law In' business befof Herald. boy had left, school thut lie nttsrlil taka for many yaanra. a1 gan, rive ago; neither has the tne place of n lured man nnil so save never agnin speak klml noru to on, ur yo (tt tt. fit f.um trftdt THE MARKETS. nude fti I)orchicr, Maw t by girls." expense, as well as that lucurriM but beside thr. grave where our brother Again the foot of "Ma" Wnlker struck thatIds schooling. The daughters bad und comrade sleeps our quarrel should l May .4 ClSCINNATt WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd. the tloor with a thump that wascertaii,- - done without the clothes the were ac be forgotten for the time at least. Shall I 3 (O l 10 W 4 n U . Impressive, and her husband, finding customed to. I hey and their mother it be?" i iso. HT.ausxto a in lii 7 alr to good light f AtA "Why not let It be forgotten for alt l.oO t'oromon ttiat lie conk accomplish notblng by hud worktd over their old ones until 3 60 H 1 HI 3 V) (a i io argument, left the house. If his wife the would bear no more, and then time, Joslah? Is n spoiled pig worth Mised paiKers. 3 M 4S 4 () Mght the amount of happiness it has cos) HK r- -i shippers wouldn't consent he had no thought of came this plea for Just $30 more, 3 IS noico doing what he wisheil against her jilea ot this kind had promised to be us?" I W1IH sin U 0 lb 5 00 family K.OL'It-Wln- lcr wUhes, nnd, besides that, the inone "It wai my pig, Hlrnm." the last one since the case was tlrst tt t Wheal No. if red.. CHAIN "No, it was mine, Joslah." U I" n. 3 ml tint lie wanted was her own, the re- started, and ".Ma" Walker had finally No. t raised rH pimple on her fare, but ceipts from her butter nnd egg sales. rebelled, fern wife had "Let's tall It our pig, Hiram, as It aha has been Uklng CASCAHKTS and ther Oils No.! l ?vo, the case would have to go over for really vns?" & ltye No.1 hssa all dlssppeared. I had been troubled 10 CO 610 li Kb constlMlloo tor soma lime but after tak Prlinn awhile, but he wouldn't give It up, he "Thnt's best, Joslah. Now let's fli t'AY ISIOVStocholcopork. . sTCIS "I tell ou, girls, something's got to Mess log tha first Cascaret I bare bad no trouble itn would teach his contrar brother the be done so s our father and Uncle up Charie 's nnd mother's graves, and itit a t it I.inl-I'rlsievm with tbls ailment. We cannot snesli too high10 tt. ly of fwscirets " Choico dairy Finn Wahtman, uteded lesson in time. Josh'll make up this senseless quarrel then ou must go home to dinner with Mm Kit to choico creamery tTDt Oermsntown Ase . l'bllsdalpbla, Pa. n mi Prime bill of theirs. I can't, for the life of me, me, for I suspect 'ma and the girls will Al'I'f.k.S-l'- er W bbl TATOK!-l'- cr In the dark ila of '01 three brothers think how we're goin' to do It, but do be expecting ou." CANDY ClIlCAGa responded to Fresldent Lincoln's call It wemiikt. Can tone of on think out B 30 (6 5 U 1.0UH Winter patents tor troops. They came from a quiet some plan? U I M Ho. J red, The In vv suit wns settled out of court, ijitAIN-Wh- eat 1 IS ib I 40 farm home in one of the northern counA little Na of mother and "Mn" Wnlker nnd the (flrls got thclt OltN-N- SLnicaKosprinu 3I'S 31 o.' ties of Indiana. All of the in left home daughters was being held In the kllcli summer dressrs, and nbundnnt :. ITS No. 2 ............. .. i; is) tti: io for Ihe battlefields with a mother's en. They wanted clothes, nnd thnt fnr thej came from both farms, supply lil(K-W- es TKADI MARH SOITtO 6 e nnd Jo. I b!etslugontlieirh(ids,but the mother's soon. Here was summer coming on niul sinh Is back at the old home again ta NKW Yonrc heait went out espiclally to thejoiing-est- , all of their thin clothing was worn out live. 6 10 dm patent ter 1 "her bab.' lie was but a bo of 19 long before the lust summer wns over. . l( UllKAT-Nalr- cd WlUOlIT A. I'ATTnitSO.V to .w, Plsssant. I'alatable, I'utent. Taita Oood Do to whom the bard work of the farm had Something must be done Smlicd 1'iltN-N- o. to slop this Oexxl, Weser Sicken, tVeakrn orGilie 10c, J4c. !iOe. " M.4 ii HVK burden than his ravenous legal monster that wus de' An Irish IV hlaprr, it 31 ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... nlwus been more of aund ' Ml) Missd ii n .el. frail body could bear, for that rea- touring them. Slit4ta( Rta. lumi, (SlMis, MMlrail, "An' aiirc, Hiiinls, It's tray O'lva I AHO western T.rt. lit 110 it "J son he wns made much of by Ihe other "I don't know ns It'll work," replied been nil duy to hinr je tell we th.it je llAMIMOJtK. Soid and g:iiBrBnleed tf all drag members of the family. Hut men were .Mnr, the oungest, "but uiiwuy we loud tne." t.M . Bins lo ca'BK tobacco Uablu 1 llr 31 ce t M'i needed, her sons thought It their place might try Mvi "Arruli, mntournecn, come close to OUAIN-Whc- at, 30 t 1 Mij Southern v niat to go, and It was not her part to stand "Trv whntV" cried ".Ma" Wnlker. till I fhispcr It In jer mr." tne IICYCLES In the way of ii 3U4 3 white) .ft their duty to their cou"You know, ma, pn niul Uncle Josh rram Oats-- No srriM 'IlcBlfln' jer purtlon, Dlnnls, but no et Ilea ntry always go to the cemetery Decoration hard of heurln' 01 em wit mc rars, but f ATTI.E-Kl- No. 2 western.... 4 30 a 4 70 tlra't, quality aiakaQnlpniBt all sijlea. rst 1 W it lib 4 W Month after month wore away. The day to nx tip Uncle Charie a grave ef 'e'll Jlst have the kolndncsi to fhls-pe- r JlOUb Western lAYjfJM l'm tB.7S1pti7.QO, mother watched anxiously for each That's one of the last rcquesU (Irand-n.INWANAl'OMS. L'aaa ware UMaw nKf la. it on me lips It'll rache mc eomprl- ii maae. aa u mail, and was occasionally rewarded Walker made before she died, She ninsKi.-- i in a jiny, so ii will," Hoston tilk-ittfttktpon approval aia. 33 S mlsed Corn-ml Mimrut Wrlta with a letter, alwns fiom "her bab." said Charley was 'her baby,' and she Courier. to uH i r barcalH Hat aafl art ralalerva Oats-N- o. t mixed kouar He told her of his brothers, of the army, hl grave raa.ll IIS kept nice, LOUIhVlMi acaaun Msdrllaalh.anam.l. f lIC'DLrrilirier kd r i.aa. BUeraaeala of their camp life, of their inarches and wnntfd this lawsuit nhvn Uncle Josh Ilefore J 71 400 pa and iraatad. lMrakoiaraalll'elaadmaksaMBaj Mssogsnr. . i n Mulioirtlllj Ulievv vew L'Uienilli siilv. i. w. MMnn i,k co cHirAeo. their battles, but of himself he told her alwavi went together on IWoratlon 31 31 little cxcejil that be wak ni null as usual. day to trim the bushes nnd fix the md stlluted for hlcKoi In tliu iimnii'ucture "'1" ""i1'' .1"ika UUIWFsltlTVI aHenfrM (jus. lUeu,,. WHIILnpll ar..ln.ltl nilM tiutl Hut the mother Mum, hi t u between tho lines, nntl put on tlio flower. but noivlhyfo of uatjon uhcelt In France, It helni " PikllAa Vldkl l.l"rillr.rl.l.lflrinnllll.r.l4. I, ' KWUWH I IWH .l..ll NsejesTaMfV, s.irt.la MlPUBlliMI'llt vt cai.)palgnlnjf vm clitnjicr qui tult BidurabU, lnig ?. In ' Tjii tiariliblp f tlifiiijfls, Bills of Fare ta Fashionable Heataa. FLORIDA CIGARS. SAMPLE OF "DROP-IN- '' TRADE. lir TiWArmy n-n- The Dealer In Cotn jsrlrc ""polls Kcnl I'atala Maa'a I'ropil lloaat. 1 W Srfliw" W'f ' 1 ii to-I- n 1 lo-a- y 1.1 eT.,Wsearing,-falfoti5imTnorrTirrd7afr- !'''' H 1Z I .. ft Heal estale dealers often console themselves durum (licstf dull dais by reinlnis. of the periods of iuactivitv which have Rone htfoie. A well known Washing-testreet dealer while in a reminiscent mood told the follovviiiit; "the period ot Inactivity through which we aru now iM'sin reminds me somen hat of the days of IS7 1 when a dealer who made a sale was looked upon as a mrvrl. 1 had my otlicc at that tune on the second Moor of this building. On the main tloor were the olhces of Iteece, Fierce 4 Co. I was in the habit of stopping in each morning and greeting Col, Fiiue, and usiiill Ihe gtrrt One il ins became a moinlng visit 1 was conipliining somen hat bitterly ot the ibillure of the lutrket, and the colonel le marled' 'I tell )ou that )ou tniss it by not getting down on the ground floor Now e Ket a great deal of drop in trade, so to speak, that nevet gets tOou because of thcatvir Mint as he was closing this temvik Ihe door opened and in stepped a man with a v abse. ' I here. v hit did I ti II vou,' said the eo onel, 'Here a man who probtblv wants to buy a lot and who neter would climb up I was duly impressed with the truth of the stitement then, and we lxth lieeame silent as the newcomer avutmd. As he rniuc up tons he liow ed and smiled and then blanill) inquired: 'Can't 1 sell either of you some corn salve to dav' " I lie colonel vvas almost overcome, but he managed to cxptets a decided negitive and the visitor irtrcatnl When he had closed the door behind him I burst out lauchinc and exclaimed 'Colonel, it that's the kind of drop in trade vou get down hire I wint one of it Now, tint man would never trouble me because he could easily see that mv nun who could frequently climb the staus of this building could not oih)-luv- e corns' I went lipetvirs to mv olhce, the colonel speechless "Chicago Disease can bo driven In or driven out. Dr. Aypr'fl Sarsapurilla drives discaso out of tho Mood. Many lnedlclnca Mippres-- i diseaso cover it but don't euro it. Dr. Ayur'a Saraiarillu cures all disease oriRinating in impure blood by purifying tho blood itself. Foul blood makes a foul body. Jlako tho blood puro nnd tho body will bo sound, Through tho blood Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla cures eczema, tetter, boils, eruptions, humors, rheumatism, and all scrofulous diseases. "Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparllla was recommended lo tne by ray physician aa a Mocl purifier. Vhn I began taking it I ha rising or bolls all over my body, but on bottle cured me. I consider Dr. Ayer's Karsaparillt the best Hood mcdicist made.- "- Ikmui Ourr, Wcmod, Uisa. p a BS to)u B (jel Ayer's $ar$apariiia MhrrVrVrrviViViVrrV.Vr.Vri :: ilKKHHIIIHKHHHIHKnSiniHB I I "TO SAVE TIME Chrunulr. A SCHOOL GIRL'S BATTLE. &&$3.'&& la-gi- -- r. HI W JlaA Jot lis Ite vvas unquestionably an orator. Hut "John, whit makes yvti stay dawnlownet He dehe was not content with that gift late nights!" Impjued an angry wife of hci sired to deliver perthra whuli would read nusiiatiit musr'cs As a ic.iilt, his periods were Ihe symptoms acre aiueh like well in print "The) re talkin' war downtown and urge M Vitus' dame. till they lost furce. Ihe would that 1 lell my ripertcnrcs in the last wai hvve nude moie of au tiupressum it he had as sort of pointris " "A passed, and, letlafew Jsjtjnl edges on them Hisieehea "Hut hi your sleep you My 'I'm In' Whal a were as faiunl for tlirir aopotihc eualities as diss l hat meant" of they weie fot their Immaiulate s)nlai. but i "Wny, you know, if they'd avV me If I'd liyncia n a. liu wue was a ronmirni aimiitrr 01 nis pow go to war again of course I'd say that, Without taking the wouldn t I, darling" era as a .nun I, e tumble to ibditni hee-e- ll came some vriv theroiighly "Ve. dear, and then sometimes yeu say: what tettrr on Ihe topics he dirussed, she acerpletl hit "Il's up to you'" with implicit faith and soon was but "1 bat's when Fin going down the lint appIJHr She had gone to hear asking as bad as of my remiuni " ever One him addrc the legislature. Alter it was "Hut )uelHns )ou mean velien you sayl what do I read of over he rr nulled day 'That spreeh wasn't the success we boped I " IVi I say it loud!" a case unl lar to bets it woukl W" "Yes, a little Ut eiektnutory " "It vvas a very nice speech, indeed," she I "Well, lint's when the ragsgrment opens which was "I rnujnl it up" ,nrrl bv Dr answeresl, rmswiagingly lttr Balllt I have pa.-- s a highly in Williams' Fink Filla for Fale Feople and I very muth "Aim! if you keep talking about the 'reds' titirtite afternoon Awl, besules, I needed and 'whites' what's tlatf decided to ttv them I "Kniiiu had no faith in proprietary medi lest " "Oh, (Hess that's the eoksts of tlis "I here wasn't much enthusiasm." cincs, but trieil the mils, and aftrr tak "I was vei) enthusaastie " I It doses, he Wgan to Improve gotowar.wtllyau.Jahn!" "Well, don't ing a doicn "I was lefiriuii to mr fellow memlers " was tliout the hrt ot April when she legin "t nless mr funtrv demands il, then " and try the middle ot May, after taking o- -"You " couldn't ttll whether they liked tt i The eiplanatton appeairU ta be utisfao not about "tght boxes, she was entirel) nurd toiy Denver Times "At all events, they wer net carried of! "While ill, she lo.t twenty ritht pounds, their fevt " but new weigh mote than ever Ufotr Her i:sperls. I the least wor "Oh, vou ncrvrcate stroiigandshetsin neffeel bevlth nttl afwml mustn't ney essuldn't I bit The) ' suppose yeu enjey a game ol 'I W are ail roiiliilenl that Dr W illums took an espett playei! scv.il plrs-UH- l Kins. I noticed that , poVrr with enjoy playing with a man wke Fink FilU for I'a'e Feople cured het and I Wolf I ball thinugh nearly all of cheetfully tecottimeml them fei all iuiiUr licfotp )ihi got feet on Ihelrdcsk. Hoslxn 1 ran Wash-InjtoronsHlrra himself an eipeit n their them . From the Mall. Mllford, Ind Mis Kniiiu Kjliolt, a pieosciligsihool girl of Milford, Ind, is ot mote than usual intelligent?, and is ambitious to tit the bterarv vrutld. !n the fall ot .aid Mrs Hvholt, ' Kinmi was taken til Mic was a clo stu dent and her work began to tell on her Hie grew uctk, pale and nervous, and com (.Uuird uf pains in her lul,clict amlhiubs A few weeks paued and she grew worse Ihe doe tor slid she was a victim of ner ions prostration, and should hate been lal en fiom school weeks earlier Miegradii ally grew worse, her nerves were so tense that the least noise irritated herand ahehad a fever and a continual taililung in her ne Trwiu SAPOLIO 18 TO LENGTHEN LIFE." lj DO YOU VALUE LIFE? THEN USE CHEERING HIM. SOME NEW WAR TERMS. ere llnli-- Appree lallva Jvhsv Tallsril INilsrr lit Ilia lire Ills Hearers sail Hail lo Make, aa lis llul Were Slot t'omplelelr ilanalltin. Carrleil Ans), year (3TltlV TT. under change " l'lt'sonr" )), llt Iamli eM-- 5,011,-C2.6- SI MltS K. A ItYbnUT" subcrilicd and sworn to txfore me, tin third dav of 'rptrmler, IS17 CW.F.If II KFIt. Notarv Fubbe "Dr Willnm' Fink Fills for Fale Feople trill cure til diseases arising from a iorand water) condition nf the blood, will build up a rundown vtcm and are a spesific fur pvrvlysis, locomotnr ataxia and other dia ease long trgarded as inrurabte. hil bur , script. n AtA Brothers J. ?m. wm.(7vz ' - l.rclurs nt n Slnvellat. A well known novelist dclivnol a lecture recently in whith be read selections from bis own works Hit reln.talu-.i- i and the society that engaged him brought together an audience coinpvM-- of the beat ple of the neighborhood Af'er the lectuie, when people met, it was the proper thing for one to s.lc the other "Were )ou a: the lecture!" And the answer in even ease I was there, but I didn't hear "Oh. a word Did nu hear the lecture J" "Well, no' I was there, but I couldn't hear, either " A friend who met the novelist a few days after his visit to the mliurlxn town asked him w hvt kind of audience he hail, and how he liked the town "lt' a fine place." was the repl). "and I had the most attintive audience that I have cv cr s)ken tn No one made a sound, and I did not hve to raise mv vouc above a " Fhiladrlpln. Fiess. whisper u (RAVE. je' Hood's Sarsaparilla ,. bal-an- - 1 bshrit oves the Walash llosk Island Miott I he time will he the Une, May Ulli, KN fastest nude will, through service thuo two points by mvn) h.iwr A thrutigli will leave M liuisnn Wabash train Nn .1, at .11 a in, arriving at (.dorado Spungs the m at iiHrtnng at II Ot). with adi at l TO tttt ennrelHois the Oener, arrlvint through 'I Ins a Hi. fastest ngulsr setvise ever established between M l.owis and Colonsdo lletutiiing, Ihe SlrrTi will leave Colorado spring at 2 15 p in , and ar live at M Imis the next evening at 0 IS Patrons of this line will avd theonly un pleasant feu tut e heretofore at trndant on Cot orado travel, inv.iuucli as the Inn throu.h Missouri's feilile fields will now be lis da) light, ami thciinallrelivevoitinnnf Kansas will te Irnvrrrsil dining the night, with the mountain scenriy lesgietl the tourists m the morning The last time of tins line will naturally mnimend the Wabash ltoute lo intending Colorado tourists I'artietilar mil I gladly furmsheil on ap idirallon C. b OltANI", t. F A T A . Ft Iouls A new thioog.i keeping Car line between M Iahiis ai.d 1 1. ;mdu pntigs will I rtab I'aat Time tn Colorado. I s'eer (1 fr . asskHrl y Sk OF SYRUP OF FIGS ' , THE KClllDiCE THIS IS A "HOT" ONE. Jtke Crjstal, Minn.. July 31st, IS07. Apnl Mb, CH. my little boy, just four years old. was terribly scalded by falling Imckward into A pail full ol Uillmg vialrr IJe fell into it m aiuh a manner tint he fe maiued doubled tip until his mother, who was ui the next room, rouM come In his les no In tearing lua clothing Irom him, the k,n and t!ch i.me ott in strips, end the mother's hands were badly burned Ihe skin came oil his Ixnly from above the mnWIe of the back to below the calves of his If ; Ihe burn was deep and the case des'ieratc. For two month he vsss under theraroof our family physician We then took him to M Faul and acting under his alv ire t.ill-- inone of the leading surgeons of the city, vv ho took the case Other physicians vtere c.ilM in consultation, sixty pieces of skin were grafted at one lure, yet notwithstand mg all the skill of the doctors and the most unremitting rare, twn monthaafterw arils all hope had leen given up For months he had lain on pillows with his fare d4nn and suiTcrtd terrible. He had nn appetite and could retain nothing on his stomach 'I ho sores weie indolent and for two My months hail lain perftetly dormant attention was then tailed to Allen's I'lrenne Falte, and In desperation, trady ta try any thing that promised 1'ilp. we commenced ita use It at Itesulta were apparent at once once aroused the sores to action and stimu We kept the . latrd a healthy discharge Ik.) a strength up with a preparation of beefs Mood and wine, and in about two months he vvas well on the road to recovery, and vtc irere able tn remove him hatk tonur home 'thirteen months from the time be It was injured he was perfectly restored. has been nver four y firs since the cure was perircny wen aim I ellecteii anil me imy is -I llls-vrrnoarkuUr a.roi.ii n.l that Allen a I'lcerine Salve saved his life, s; I use all lioprs nan when we commenced Its been given up, and blooit poisoning was ex II vvas four peeled to set In any moment months after he vvas burned before we be gan to use the Stive. Signed, II K. WOODS Travellnr Agent fnrf Ootrlan A Co , Wholesale llonts i. Shoes, St, Faul, Minn. Sworn to before me this Hint day of July, pnl-llc- ii : 1 I.ud-gat- West-innisi- er th-r- four-doll- waiiera it Breakfast :s .1 sas I due not only to the eirlglnnllly and , sliupliiity uf the combination, but al-- o , to tho tare ami skill with which II Is intnufacttirttl by sftriilluV known t tho CviiroiiMt. Flo .Snirr Co. only, nnd wo wish to Itnprrva upon all tho lmMirtnnco Jf purcliaslug tun lulruslrd lo Hie Vloniireli. true and original reinesly As tbn ot grntilno Syrup ot Figs In Jeweler letntcdly) Whal iimiiufnrturrd those tliamond rimnii while I was out! by tho (AllroiiMA Fid hrnur Co. They're woiili 1,JKO llisWif,. 1 snot, ssmt liu in. ilelr. It's only, n kuntvledge of that fact will her day mil, yen know, and sakl she'd leave assist one in avoiding the worthless II l dhin t let tier near llicm tins ailiiuoon Imitations manufactured bv other parJewelers' Weekly ties- The high stunding of the I'm fi hit Co. with tbt mediThe lloelor'a lllaeovrry. "What do you find Ihe most common de cal profrsMoii, and tin hatlsfnction whirl, tl.iv g, iiiiine Syrup ot Figs has lusmii among vour pilient, e"rlef '" 1 hat we physican i.vir nothing about given to millions of fnmillo, makes hav ing our bills paid " Dolmit Tree Ftcss, tbn name of tho Comnany a gtianinty of the excellent of It remedy. It Is 'I lie I'lnnrer Llmllrsl far in nilriiueu 'kiill other laxntlve Is the name of the only crfect train in the as It acta on the kidneys, live- and world, now running every night 11 wren weakenChicago, M Faul and Miuneaohi via the bowels without irritating Hallway -Chicago, Milwaukee i. St. Faul ing them, nnd It dixs not gripe nor the pioneer loail of the West In adopting all nnuM ate. In order to get lit beneficial unproved fauhtiee fur the safety and enjoy elTecta, plenso remember the nnmo of An illustratrtl iMiiipli iiirnl of passengers let, showing views of lieautiftil aecnciy along the Com puny will lie the route of the I'iniiier CALIFORNIA FIG. SYRUP CO. t sent Iree to an) ierson upon letnpl t.f fc pre") J Cam-rtiKNi- A A s -' two-ren- postage stamp. Address, (Iro II llevf fold, (ieneial Fassengcr Agent, Chicago, Ul. LeitsVILLK.Kr. aat I lilcs, taL MIW - VOIIK, S.T. Ill-ra- Ijcoa She Do you believe microbes are got from kissing He I really hive nn wav of know ing; you know, I'm married Yonltcrs btatrsman. "Where are Their lllllQIM IIS II"VIV those imlillral rogues we hear so much about, .,,,.,.,' ",ev uie always in the oppoaing Free Frets. ,iallJ. ,ny ,on Ilxl OnlKrnsrn llir llalill. XtJMESmt II s- Fui -' inssTtB 1! ftwasEFREE(MWt tvia ttm vw our iLLUJvaAnta vsrAa.aas.si IMrtWrR rVMB tN A P08TA1 PURE.! THE DUTY OF MOTHERS. Dftuflhtorn m foc ' tJt jer llotalitV.t4 gh l. Should bo OarejfUlly Quldod In Early Womauhwl. I mtem ttwmtons co. leowitKisrinsM'et HawnsvtN.ciws. LlVr.STOTK-CataSr.eomn- ion tss PIMPLES "nj 1 ES-K- atn 1 311 1 me per bottle Frepircd by ,T. F. AM.K.V Medicine Co , St Faul. Minn. I'lcerine S'tlte is a sure cure for nil kinds Also lust preparation of ulrara and sores for Foils. Carbuncles, Files, S'alt lliieum, He wise Hums, Cuts and fresh wounds. keep It in the house. Tom Rome men etin prosperity by one big jump, others by hops. I lit l- c- II ops? "Yea: for evanlble. the brewer." Up to Date. ' lleitlnesm Cnnnttl He Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the car. 'there is only one way to cure dcafiies', and that is by tnnstitutioniil ii medics. Deafness is ctuscd by au inllumid condition nf the mucous lining of the I'uttaihinn 'lube. When this tube g"ls inll lined yem have a rumbling sound or Tmperfiit hearing, and when it is entirely cioscd deafness is the result, and ur.ltHs the inflammation inn be taken nut ami this lube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be ihstrnycd forever; nine lascs of of ten arc rau.id by catarrh, which is nothing but an Inilained condition of tho mucous surfaces. We will giteOne Hundred Dollars forany rasa of Deafness (caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. . , F, .1, ( Iitnev & Co , Toledo, u. Bold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Fills arc the best. Sold bv all Druggists, (Signed.) w f. conn. Justice of the Fcace. . Frlcc,-Kcand 50c. 1 J) (tm Ilotv Tlier Succeed. 1 !. AllO-bit- um S.V MJIWmSH i.OUIt-Wln- a vi a 1 .,,-"- .. 1 Me 7000 It" LOUIt-Kam- 1 1 tt WtJg.1 llul Corn-M- f u OIIAIN-Wheat-- m No. a rfMSIo lHi.rt!lifVftrtl ', rr.OOn-Wlnterpate- ot... f.0. vjllAm-Wheat-- ,,,,, Fuglll.U and babies arc put to sleep Ip a dltferent manner. Chicago Daily Nevvi. There or too fire n-a- i'i ti.ound a. ib9is.l.in few termono neither (99 long of exaggeration In tbls. If a yotinif IIRADKIIS Or Til H I'AI'fll vvomaa Buffers) severely bo needs IiftlltlNei TO IIUY ANIT1IINO treatment and her mother should sco Aiivriiiisii) in irn coiimns gets it. CIIOII.II ISlIHT I'lIlN II A VI Nil that she WIIATTIIIiV ASK lOlt. KKt t'MN'1 Mnny mothers hesitate to take their ALL MlllsTITUrhri Oil IJIITATIO.SS daughters to a physician for examination; but no mother need hesitate to wrlto freely about her daughter or herself to Mrs. Finklinin nnd secure, A POtlllVC and ABSOLUTE TAPE WORMS tho most efllclcnt advico without CURE FOR Mrs. Flnltham'a address Is cliargc. 51.00 Alldrt" " - $ Lynn, Mass. 00 IiihIiiimii, ii r.O. Hos, OT, The following lctterfrora Miss Matiik F. JoiiMsof, Ccntralla.Fn .shows what neglect will do, and tells how Mrs. KCLFWEIIIIERS,'!J Plnktiani hclpcil her: I'MHn I" wrM AppreiTed bj - nallsb "My health beenmo so poor that I Iloja I'reienilos iruellr to animals leave school. I was tired all tho Uicular fne. II. f, UK l. larailaii.a, ti. had to time, anil had dreadful pains In my nPODQVf,;wJISC0VtviriT-- . I quIrbrelkfan.lcurrswoiM side and bade. I was also troubled ca,rs sent lor Irauk or tr.li,.,nlul. anl ludasa with Irregularity ot menses. I was treatment t'l tc. Dr. II II..SIH s sojs.tiisais, la. very weak, and lost so much flesh that 7. ODO.ODsl as, Timber, UlaersL my friends became alarmed. My raHCiTiUHtK. n.n.iainroaD o., Mi!m.'. t," mother, who Is a firm believer In your remedies from experience, thought perhaps they might benefit me, and wrote wt IlatJoualiti;rui. AT iSiTAitsrar fC'S wmiri you for advice. I followed the advice 'rsalea tlcaal UwH la lima HoM by drnavlal. WM Bi you gave, and used Lydla E. I'inkham'a Vcgetahlo Compound anil Liver Fills as you directed, and am now as well as I A. ti. K...K ever was. I have gained flesh and have 1710 a good color. I am, compltUlj tjured- of vukm minu ia auvshtiiThS .1 please Hale Inst st lasa IrreguUrltr," W AilarUsa. 4lt Ull MM rciulta Isthsnnlr sure curs In Ihs world fur kraal What tvuffcln( ri from a tnotlior'n Ignoruntc; or more caes, IHaas t'leaea. aeer..lns lleers. Sari rat tears. Uangraaa, frceiucutly from n, luotbcr'a neglect to OIU ara. It na.ar falls l,.,r Itarra, s ml si lHis.nnt,ii Hatea .nse an4 sutrarlpa lurrs i.rtuannl properly instruct her daughter alja for A bseaaeee.II, Illa, lluraa. cms mail rrats .1. Tradition saj"tvomon must suffer," and l)Sfeea.lwn4a. Al.l.is, .m.n ..u. .... MCUIIIli I. 14 br Orunlsta. and younp Yvomtnt ore no taught. Is,, at. raul, Mlaa There is a little truth and a "reat deal I a S.W MWetj JiMl alfell Wl rwr'a 'CRES-rarr- itiMMw.mfiftMfmr;?iM,wisff id QIMtWHMiliHlilldMiMMl uuaJ-?fc- rt.4VST. .. ..A rmtmrxx!r?Tr jkiN&lat .. am- - 5i'Ss .M &3CZX - & fl hi fill" iii nyiiiji.iiwiwSrtESi?!y'ivr roragratawij Wr-if- . ,,. hwssmmkwww$!: A Bills of Fare la Fashionable The question hat been mooted over and over tgain whether the engrafting of Krench ami Herman dishrt upon the bill of fare of the better class of Am mean restaurants is or l not an improvement. Many pretend that ttefure their introduction our cooking was coarse, tartaric. Thla ia an open ques-liobut no hill of fare presents attractions to the dyspeptic, but they, like the bilious, malarious ami persona with weak kidnrjs, can be cured by Hostettcr's Stomach Hitter. A Man of Parti. "Mr. Fiuington It quite a linguist, iin't rants. Hritio H 111, knew ft." "Oh, j ea, he talk three laocutgtt." "What are thev ago "Hone, bateball and L'renlng News. "I never r golf."-Chlc- It is a delicious, appetizing, drink to take the place of all groccra and liked by all it, became when properly prepared it tastct like the nnest couee mil ia free from all its injurious properties, drain O aids digestion and strengthens the nerrra. It is not a stimulant but a health builder, and children, aa well as adulta, can drink it with great benefit. Costs about J at called Grain 0. nourishing food codec. Sold br who hare used much 'Jive the t'ltlld'a Drlak at coffee. 13 and 2.V. "Harry." said Mrs. Tret! way to her at the brrakfait table, "I am quite out of money, and I want to apend the day shopLet me have CO cents." ping. "What do jou want CO cents for?" "Ten cents for car fare and 50 centa for luncheon." Harper's Ilazar. I i Hott They Shop. hut-ban- d a powder for the feet. Allen's Tt euret painful, swollen, nervous, smarting feet and instantly take the sting out of corns and bunions. It's the greatest comfort discovery of the age. nilKWJrwratTrisviWaOT IngfeeU Try tt tiwtni. rloldby alldnifr?lt and slioestoros,2Sc Trial pacltago FHF.K. Address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Hoy, K. Y. Foot-Ease- Shake Into Yonr Shoe! , A11n'y'yM"wr Most men think they would have been well off if they hsdn't been to liberal. Washington (la.) Democrat. No his Fits stopped free and permanently cured. alter first da) 'a use of Ir. Kline's Great Nerve Uestorer. Free J2 trial bottle A treatise, lir. Mine, BIT Arch at., 1'lnla., I'a "His love for her increased after mar nsjse." "So they In together happily, eh " "No. they don t lie together at all. blie married another man." Town Topics. 1 I'riiL-Rist-s ike Laxative Promo Quinine Tablets. All refund m6nev if it fmls to Hire. VW to Care a Cold In One Dsy loafer doesn't seem to care for anybojy txcept thoe who are buay. Wailungton (Ia J Democrat. A For Whoopinj Cough, 1'iac'a Cure is a successful remedy. M. 1'. Dieter, Tlhroop Ave., Hrooklyn, N". Y., Nov. 11, 1)1. The oftcner a girl has been engaged, the more interesting is the announcement of her Atchison Globe. marriage. hlni home to her. She could feel rIiuI that he vvos sick for It would hc I bring him back. How Ll'JW would nurse him, and by the time the war mis over he should be vvellngnln. Hut the mother's hopes were not to be renllred. "Her Imby" curie home to her nwny ntrnln forever. AM old and I am only to be taken weary, and my She watched betide bis bedside; she did marching all the ninny little things that only a are o'er, mother knows how to do, but without I can hear the .misty river, brraklnR success.. Long before the war was oer on Ha ghostly the had laid him In the little cemetery, shore; and his furlough was extended Into my crutchea, at tne eternity. At the vlndosr. nlth davllcht fades ana)'. I sit and natch the shadows 'nestn tne hoaiy marlea play: When the old folks died the farm of It li then I hear the music of a bugle loud more than S00 acres was left to Illrani ard shrill, And the Ions roll In the twilight seems to mid doslnh Walker, to be divided equally or worked together, as the brothers come from yondf r hill: Tlut anake or dreaming ever 1 can see the might choose. For siMernl jenrt they old Idue line. AnJ again the army marches msrc(s farmed their land together, and then Hiram married. Aflrr that the land underneath the pines. was divided, Hiram Inking the part on Wllh a tread that echoes ever In the vet- which the home atood for himself and eran'a heart Marches still that grand old army, 'mong hts bridr, and Josinh was to make bis fas away: the trees home with them. And I see Its banners floating proudly Added to the ties of blood were the 'gainst the aturesky, .lust as though beneath m window It to- ties of comradeship on the battlefields day were passing by; of the south, and I hey seemed InseparI can recognize the comrades touching el- - able, Nothing, It seemed, could come yore. lions aa of With a beautiful amotion that wilt live bitwecn them. The assisted each oth forever more; er In their work, they shared each oth And the sun In cloudless heavens upon er's earnings; they mnde It a point to blade and bay'net shines. And the breezes stir the pennons of the plnnt at the same time; they reaped their crops nt the same time, and they.1 army In the pines, sold the products of their farms to the MstastttjftBaiaaatjat asjhM one ca I can see the gleaming camp-tire- s when the stari their watch bae set; Vomlfr rldn the graj beard colonel, with a comrade's smile for all. That morning In the wilderness, he was the first to rail. I remember how we laid him 'reath the dark creen branches low. And turned to meet the charges of the ever allant for: I seem to hear war's thunder as It rolled along our linn, Waking not the dear old colonel, sleeping snettly nealh the pines. Itut my rrutchei oft remind roe that our bsttle flags are furl'd. That where wc fought the angel Teace proclaims to all the world That loe cemrnta the sections ard that. brothers true Itrneath the starry banner fair stand both the Illue and (lra: The roses bloom In brauly where we heard the mad shells scream. And southern llllts grow beside the squadron guarded stream. And everywhere, this sacred dsy. love gratefully entwines A fragrant wreath In memory of the army In the pines. The sound of music thrills ms; they are Lcx'i m mm RMY I .tu'Vap it-f- M wcsrlnj nvvny "bcr bnlit's" health, nnil bow she longed for him. And then one daj n letter came from Ills brother, the mother's Hiram. "biibj," was III, ami they would send can-full- The P iliri . I u If u : r V r With nature's Irrsaures beautiful they . march again to keep Mrmorlal day and crown the boys where side by aide they aleep; They see me at the wlrdow ard salute me as they pass, I lift my hand and imlle on them, but very soon they pass, M eld. old ers grow misty and I cannot se the lines, Though I seem to hear the army once again among the plr.es There's another army marching "neath the heavens soft and blue. Its Naders are not many now. Its privates, Uncle too, are few; Ore by one they cros the river to the camp Sam where all Is still. Where drums to battle neer beat and Says buglra newr thrill: Memorial day grows sweeter aa the long This Is years Klide away. THE DROTIIEIta MEET. And losing nature jlelds her gifts alike tor America's II'J!S and Gray: Greatest Ard soon where the last eteran sleeps same men. Their lives were the happy barn of ter doing the chores of the morning his wife asked how soon after dinwill creep the summer vines. ones of peace and good will. Medicine. And eermore will slltnt be the camps n came a time of doubt, of ner he was going to the cemetery, aay- It will among the pines, hard words, nnd all the comradeship of lug she believed she would gowithbttn. T C. Harbauah, tn Ohio Farmer. Sharpen "I guess I'll go this morning," be re the past was lorgotten. It vvas In tbe winter time, and uotn plied. "The girls tell me Josb has took Your Appetite. brothers were fattening hogs for mar a notion to annoy nic by goln' In the Purify and ket. The pens in which thelrhog were afternoon, an' I guess I'll let him base Vltallzojfour Blood. Overcome That kept adjojned, and dajr after day thej his own W3j" Tired Feeling. Get a bottle of After th quarrel of five jears before had stood together and remarked about Hood's Sarsaparilln and begin to the condition of the stock. One morn Joslah had built himself a house ns take It TODAY, and realize the great ing as Joslah came out to the barnjard far from that of his brother as poshe found his brother counting bis hogs, sible, and at his place there was no sign good It Is sure to do you. and as he reached bis side Hiram turned of bis Intention of vmrjlng his usual custom of visiting the cemetery In the to him and said: z. "Josh, there's a board loose and one morning. The girls had worked tbelr ts America's Greatest Medicine. All druggists. rwiueTKoln' has worked its way Into plans quite successfully, and the sjsfT,FVSFsFSFS'sjassjsjs,fjt,s,sjst"sjsjj lo quit lanln'over of my shoats fffVfffVTVvfTS jour pen. I think It's tbe spotted one chances were the brothers would meet E that shoal? You at n place where, for a time at leust, the corner there. an' Josh have both in "(iiieas A perfect type of the jou're mistaken, Hiram; they must drop their quarrel over a spent niore'n It that's mj pig; this old sow here is his spotted pig. highest order of north fifty times You'll have to look again, ill- oser, nnM ain't no mother. find our shoat." excellence. ram, to j Joslah Walker was kneeling beside nearersettledtlmn "Hut I guess I know my shoat when the little marble monument clipping ItwaKtlrejenrago. I see It, Josh, and I tell jou that spot tbe dead branches out of a rose bush .No I won't give ray ted pig s mine. 1 11 git in an catch it ovtr his brother's grove, when he consent to spendin another nickel In and put it back In my pen." aware that some one vvas apluwinV'nnd "Ma" Walkergaveherfoot "You'll do nothln' of the kind. That proaching the grave from the other side a determined stamp on the polished an you'll spotted pig's mine, I tell kitchen lloor to signify that she meant let It alone where It is. jou, believe, uf the bush. Glancing a row ml he saw I don't A he rose front It was his brother. all the snld. jou've lost a shoat, his position beside the bush Hiram To those who knew "Ma" Walker the And so the quarrel started. A pig paused at the side of tbe grave opposite stamp she gave meant much, Her either would have gladly given tbe him. was made up, and no amount of that bad be asked mind other it was to conic become here at this time?'1 "Why do coaxing and argument could change it. tween then). demanded Josiah, thoroughly Incensed She didn't intend to throw good money At his first opportunity Hiram carafter had in a vain endeavor to gel pay- ried out his Intention of puttingthe pig at what he considered an Imposition, "And whj' did jou tell my girls that r ment for n shoat for which Into his own pen, and In less than 24 Tnt.MAM. thej hnd already mortgaged the farm hours afterwards he was arretted on you wns cumin' in the afternoon," an"I came this morning swered Hiram. tor more than tbry could pav In the u warrant sworn out by his brother. because jou told thetn that." next five 3 cars. The case went through the justice "1 never told the girls nothing of tho "Hut, 'Mu,' the law vtr suvs he can eit a decision Judgment In the iitxt court, an' then court with the grand for Joilah; when kind, und you know It. You come here J 'a appealed to jury the decision at this time to spite me." J want to teach Josh that he can't have wis the other vvaj At a retrial the Tbe whole scheme that the girls nnd everything his woj. The lawyer was again reversed, and then It their mother hnd worked came to sajs bell only need 130 more." fent to the Btate courts, where it was in a minute, and stepping a inrani vvaiKcr, you uiigni lust as tried time after time, until now It bad he said; well rjuit lalkln', for I tell jou 1 won't reached the supreme court, and Hiram "Joslah, the girls told me that, and co a went to spendin another cent, 1 cle- - hoped to have the last decision against Thej- can't see any now I know whj cl.ue to goodness. It's a downright him reversed. sense in this quarrel of ours, and want shame that two brothers can't get along During the progress of the case both us to forget it. Thej' thought here at without spendin all they muke In 'I blithers had become heavily Involved It's bad enough for Josh, and Jir In raising tbe money needed to pay Charley's grnve would be a good plain jou, vvhul's got a family to care for, (oirt and attorcrjs' fees. Hiram's for us to meet. Don't you think It Is?" It'it still worse. Without a word of You bad Juet better farm had been ABSOLUTELY PURE. mortgaged, hit crops tended his hand across reply Joslah exi the grave, whera spend t (in t $30 in buj In' mcun' the girls told to paj the same kind of bills, The it met that of his brother. Delicious-Nutritio- us;. Mime new clothes, (ioodness knows, wc needs of his family bad counted or need 'em bad enough; "Hiram," he said, "we have quarreled haven't had a naught against this legal monster. Ills COSTS LESS THAW ONE CEWTA CUP. lutLoutftitH!--."iieiv dress since this law In' hutJness be boy hsd left schocit that lio might tW for ansny-yssvs- -.. gan, rie jesr ago! neither bas the ttie place of a hired man ami so save never again speak a kind word to you, U mt y tht grtin trlWift mid ; Doictmitr Mii.by but beside the grave where our brother girls." that expense, as well as that luciirri-Again tbe foot of "Ma" Walker struck by his schooling. The daughters bud und comrade sleeps our quarrel should WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd. the lloor with a thump that wasccrtnu,- - done without the clothes they were ac be forgotten for the time at least. Shall Ij Impressive, and her husband, finding customed to. I hey and their mother it be?" CSTABUSHID 1TSO. "Why not let It be forgotten for all ) ) that lie could accomplish nothing by hud worked over their old ones until M Is n spotted pig worth argument, left the house. If his wife they would bear no more, and then time, Josiah? wouldn't content he had no thought of came this plea for just $30 more, I'vcry the amount of happiness It has cost doing what he wished against bcr I ilea of this kind had promised to be us?" "It vvas my pig, Hiram." wUhcs, nnd, bealden that, the mouey the last one since the cite was first "No, it was mine, Joslah." that he wanted was her own, tbe re- started, und "Ma" Walker bad finally "Let's call it our pig, Hiram, as II "n wife had pimples on her rare, but ceipts from her biitUr rd egg sales. rebelled. sh has been taking CASCAHhTS sad they really was?" No, the case would have to go over for hsss sll disappeared. I bad been troubled Willi coostlDstloa for some time, but sf ler talc. awhile, but lu" wouldn't give It up, he "That's best, Joslah. Now let's fli "I tell you, girls, something's got to log the first Cascaret 1 have bad no troubls with this ailment. We cannot spesa toohlfb-I- j would teach bis contrary brother the be done so's your father and Uncle up Charley's and mother's graves, and of Csscareta " I'bid Waktman. lutded lesson In time. Joth'll make up this senseless quarrel then you must go home to dinner with 7Da Germantown Ave., I'blladalpbla, Pa. of theirs. I can't, for the life of me, me, for I suspect 'ma' and the girls will In the dark dajs of '01 three brothers think how we're goln' to do It, but do be expecting jou." CANDV responded to l'retident Lincoln's call it we must. Can't one of you think out CATHARTIC for troops. They cunie from a quiet some plan?" The lawsuit was settled out of court, farm home In one of the northern counA little conference of mother and "Mo" Wnlker and the girls got thelt ties of Indiana, All of them left home daughters was being held In the kitch milliner dresses, and abundant supply, for the battlefields with a mother's en. They wanted clothes, and that for they come from both farms, and Jo tsaoiumh Mourrtats ble.slugontbelrheids,l)Ut the mother's soon. Here was ninmier coming on and slnh Is back at the old home again to heart went out especially to thejoung-rst- , all of their thin clothing wns worn out live. iliWT7W7ftma "her babj.' lie was but n boy of 19 long before the hit summer was ove.r. wiuniiT a. patti:hso.v Plssisnt. I'alatabl. I'otent. Tsit Good, no to whom the hard work of the farm had Something must be done to stop this Good. Newer Blcken. Woken. or CrliclOc, Ke.tOo. alwnjs been more of n burden than his ravenous legal monster that, was deAn Irish XV'lilaprr. ... CURB CONSTIPATION. ... frail body could bear, und for that rea- vouring them. "An' sure, Dlnnls, It's croy O'lvq (SW.., MMlnsI, I.. IMS. IK SUHI.i S,a.4f lie wns made much of by the other son "I don't know as it'll work," replied been oil day to htar je tell tne that j Pold nd fus.rntpet1 by lldcnc NO'TO-IAmembers of the family. Hut men were Mary, the joungett, "but unyway we loved me." lUu to VVMK Tobacco lUtlu needed, her sons thought it their place might try "Arrah, movourneen, come dote to part to to "Trj what'." cried "Mo" Walker. me till I fhlsper It In jerear." IICYCLES In go, and It was not her to their stand counthe way of their duty "You know, ma, pa nnd Uncle Josh "Ileggln jer pardon, Dlnnls, but It's iron imi mi MiTio trj'. always go to the cemetery Decoration hard of hearln' 01 em wit me ears, but Ick CrmU. JJ itjle m v Month after month wore away. The day to fix up Uncle Charley's grave. f je'll jlst have the kolndnesi to fhls:afT im1 qulpmtat, otuirakv mother watched anxiously for each That's one of the last requests Grand-li- . per It on me lips It'll rache me coniprl-hlnsliiUmJ wkftUtUUtnodtl. All mAkt. to mall, and was occasionally rewarded a Walker made before she died. She In u jiffy, so It will," Uoston 9Jh iMp on approval SI. Pnyf eul 9mwntt. Wrlt with a letter, alwnjs from "her baby." said Charley was 'her baby,' and she Courier. aralla llasl And Art rf1aT,slsl JBfjsmJ.WTTlS. M4tl. IIVHU rUKr.tor He told her of his brothers, of the army, wuntfd hlx grave utvvajs kept nice, . H4tr Cauon le t4rrltMlbsi Kn1 for ! of their ci inp life, of their murchesnnd Hefore this lawsuit pa and Uncle Josh Mahogany, mkMtL UMnkDwtKaraUfyUtf4iiaiiu4inft Mahognny Is new veu gciierullrsuh- their battles, but of himself lie told her alwavs went together on Decoration little except that be was in null as visual. lay to trim the buihrc nnd fix the tod stltutrd forhlckorj In thmniiiiiifacture UNIVERflTY C?3Uiaffis Hut the mother read between tht lines, nnd put on tht Hnwr, but novvthfyio of wagon wlicfls In Franco, it liglntr t.imsiiwiasUirsnMjtlisiirtKis, CnilAITIflU lw tHirgbU T!)i liardibljuj of campaigning wis 1 tiitnwlvti. 1 imp In tl ifouod elitrnjicr qua nulls And-the- coming down the street, ilalnl) hear upon the wind of many feet: the tramp a,i. imbed to discover that lCO.OOO.QOC Hamuli clgurs were nctuiillj grown utd manufactured nt prtsent on the ..mia peninsula. Alrendj gnat areas In the western part of the state tire .lamed with this crop, und exclusive nrrangenients have been made for Its Into the centrnl region. Di .Hluctlon rti is. It may be expected that before i. g Florida will rival Cuba ns n producer, In respect to the (itinu-iof jleld, while the quality of Its c gar leaf seems to be quite equal to it of the fnnious Vurltu Almjo. could gel." Ml the conditions of climate In Fior-U- i favor the production of the highest The morning of May 30 wn as bright und eleir us mi) one could uik. Tht rrcide of tobacco. The soil Is much like ion n try people In the part of (he coun- i tat of Cuba, and bj the aid of the sjs-Mof sprajlug that Imitates natural ty n here the Walkers IUcilalwn)s made the day a liolidnj a dny devoted to the rlnfall, the plants arc ripevrd In fortj-m- e daj s utter thej are put ut, Tobac-- r memories of the brae men who fell in can be grown almost al. the j ear, the civil war. Many of them hail friends nnd relntlvcs buried on the battlefields tsd crops can be tet out In every month of the south, but tin-rwere but few t.arlj. vnst nrrn Is suitable nnd available soldier grates. In the little churchyard cemetery at home. What few there (, this branch of agricultural Industry, were, however, received the offerliius Hi- - tobacco, furthermore, bas till the of the entire community. I 4'H illtte requisite for cigars. To be fit as liirnui ttaiker came iu rrom tn rr IlltlKlIlfr rinrs wiq iriti imi.i iinvr h eiillnrlcxttirvnndooniiHisltlr.il. Llirnr teoaceos vlll grow only In certain re- gtons, t a manufacturing tjpe of tobacco, dt for pipe or plug, be planted In Connecticut, It will acquire a likeliest to the cigar tjpe nnd vice versa. It is nil a matter of soil and climate. Hut It ts a very curious fact that, whereas n glons tn the latltudr of Sumatra, Cuba and Florida produce cigar tobaccos, one must Jump over the Intermediate space in order to find clear tobaccos again In MasMichusrtts, Connecticut, l'ennsjl- vanln, Ohio. Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin. The tobaccos of Virginia, Mnrj-lan.North Carolina nnd other inter venlng states are useful only for chewing, pipe smoking and the export trade. The growers In Florida use seul Imported from Cuba. Thej- - ore able to get two and even three crops a vwir. Of course, some are better able than others, nnd often It Is not possible to tell why. Only certain plantations tn the Vueltn Abajo jield the finest clrgar tobacco, and It Is the far west end of Cubi alone tbnt furnishes tbe "weeds" Ino highly valued. Cincinnati n il e d, (iftcrnoon nnd Uncle Josh In the morn.' tug, and cncli takes car of one side o't tbegrnte. Majbt If we could get them to go nt the same time, and hate tbetu meet there without knowing It there incnibr.iuccs might cause them to make up ngnln." "I lust believe It would. Man. If we could only do It, but jour m's so set In Ills wnja that he wouldn't go at any time he thought Uncle Josh would be there, and Uncle Josh wouldn't go If he thought he'd meet jour pu, I don't see how we could work It, Mnry, they're both that contrary," nnd "Ma" Walker shook her head tner the problem. "Hut, nin, couldn't wc make Uncle Josh believe pa was going In the morning, or make pa bclice Uncle Josh was going In thenfternoon," put in Jan. "Now I neer thouglit of that," anj "Ma" Walker beamed on her tw o dough, tcrs. "It takes joung hends for neve ideas, don't It. I'll just leave It for you two girls to tl up. You'e got a way of pet tin round them two men I noei FLORIDA CIGARS. On, Hundred nnd sMima II n Amrtl- enii Moll. SAMPLE OF "DROP-IN- " TRADE. slsril SUIr Million llsx The Heavier In Otn i1tc Spalls ttir I'.viil Instate Mass's 1'roud llonat. Heal estate dealers often console tlienv selves dutiug these dull days by reminis' eincca of the periods cf limctivitv winch have gone liefore. Washing-tuA street dealer while iu a lemlnlscent uioml told the follovvitiiti "The period of Inactivity through which we are now iiamiik lemimN tn sninrwhsi of the days of lS7d when a dealer who made a saie vvas looked upon as a marvel, I had my o Hire at thai time on the second lloor ol this building. On the main lloor were the olhrc s of lleccc, I'lercc A Co. I was In the habit nf stopping In rach morning and llic Cuban war baa done otic big countrj fr tlilasIndlrecllj,i Itofhas compelled the value ol mV ituin, for the production of the yim uia Innds ffii tobacco in the world. In the course ol his recent trip to the south of Agriculture Wilson win tliins jiiri-rtnr- Disease can bo driven In or driven out. Dr. Aycr's Bantaparill.t drives discaso out of tho blood. Many medicines nuppresa discaso cover it but don't euro it. Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla cures nil diseases oriRinatinfj in impure blood by purifying tho blood Itself. Foul blood makes a foul body. Make tho blood pure nnd tho body will bo round. Through tho blood Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla cures eczema, totter, boils, eruptions, humors, rheumatism, and all scrofulous diseases. "Pr. Acer's (Urtaparllla was recommended to nt br ray physician aa a blood purifier, Whon I began Using It I tad riiWa or boils all over my body, but on bottle cured me. I consider t)r Ayer's Sarsaparilla Ike bal blood mediclns mads."-Do.- nnir CKAIT, Wesson, alias. greeting Col. Time, and usuilly the greet ing became a morning One day visit I was conijilaining somen hat bitterly of the diillnrss uf the market, and the colonel re marled' l tell )ou tint you ml is it by not getting down on the ground flour Now we get a great deal of drop in trade, so to speak, that never geta to you because of the stairs ' "Juvt as he was closing this rfni.uk the door opened and In stepped a man with a value. ' I here, w hat did 1 tell you,' said t he co one). 'Here a man who probahlv wants to buy a lot and who never would rliinli up tnyau.' I vvas duly impressed with the truth of the statement then, and we both became silent as the newcomer As he rauie up lo us lie bowed and smiled and then blandly itiquiredi 'Can't 1 sell either of jou some corn mIv r to day ?' " Hie colonel vvas almost overcome, but he managed to express a derided nrgitive and the visitor reticalrd hrii lie had closed the door behind him 1 burst out laughing anj exclaimed 'Colonel, if that's the Vind of drop In trade jou set down here I want Now, that nun would never Mine of it trouble live became he could easily see that snv nun who cimld frequently thmb the staus of this budding could not poMildy have corns. I went upstairs toinvolurr, leaving the colonel speechless," Chicago Chronicle. MhrtVW.WiViS.VrViVrVirTiVrVrt (jti Oyer's Sarsaparilla EZ.Ammmmmmmmm'A "TO SAVE TIME 18 TO LENGTHEN LIFE." DO YOU VALUE LIFE? A SCHOOL GIRL'S BATTLE. preKsscsing school mm-in I I Prom the Mall. Mlltord, InJ pul of Mdford, tud , Is of mote than visual intelligent e, and tt ambitious to the literary world, "In the fall of isoo," Mid Mrs. Itvliolt. "Kinma was taken ill Mie was a close stu dent and her work began to tell on her gieiv wrsk, paleand nervous, and complained of pains in her hark, chest and limbs, A few weeks passed and she grew worse lhe doctor said she was a victim of ncr vous prostration, and should have leen taVen ftom school weed earlier the gradu ally grew worse, her nerves were so trnse that the least none irritated her and she had a fever ami a continual twitching lit her mu-l'lhe sjinptoms were much like ot. v itus uince. "A year and, pai-cMiss Kin ma Hybolt, a 3WvVI(tWVAWV'mWWAW.W.W SAPOLIO SOME NEW WAR TERMS. N THEN USE li ii 5': CHEERING HIM. Ills Hearers Hut VVrtf !lnl Completely rre llatr Appreciative John Titlbeil Taker tn nnd Had Ih III IU- maks an - lleey Curried Assay. tilanatlun. under change s phvsieia n s , l.mma li e came moinewhat Inftter tiut soon was of i at bad as ever On quirer. NATIONAL DEFENSE FUND. Statruirnt br Deimrtuirnt of AN 'loliuesilM, liapendlturr and llHlnncra. XVnr lxil-anc- The following is an official statement of allotments, expenditures nnd of the $30,000,000 appropriation for national defense under the war department: Ordnance bureau, $3,331,067.93 allotment, $33G,103.33 expenditure, 0 balance; engineer bureau, $!,- 3,000 allotment, I3GI.11S expenditure-- , J3,S07,SS3 balance; quartermaster's bureau, $300,000 allotment, $20,000 ivendlture, $40,000 balance; chief sig-nofficer, 1110,100 allotment, $30,0o expenditure, $70,400 balance; naviiins ter's bureau, $30,000 nllotment, t J 0,000 balance; lighthouse board, $73,000 at- mount, $73,000 balance; totals, nllotment, $1,720,220.33 expenditure, $9,339,147.00 balance. - contracts have been entered lanjInto by the war department for munitions of war, engineering work In connection with coast defenses and other war measures, which Involve the expenditure of a large portion of the balances of allotments ns shown above. 3,013,--K.6al vi Inch was lTrr RillU cured by I'eople and I Williams' l'ink IMIt for Tale decided 10 try them "Kmiiii hsd no faith In proprietary mecjl cinea, but tried the pills, and sfter tak ing a doten doses, she to improve It was the first of April when she tegan of May, aflrr taking and by tbe middle about eight botes, the was cntirel) nurd "While ill, she lost twenty eight pounds, but now wriglis more than eerlcfote Her nerves.! string and theism perfect health day I read of a rase simi lir to bets He vvas unoucstlonshtr an orator. Hut u "John, wlut maVet he was not rtintrnt with that gift tie de-- late nights!'' inquired jou stay downtown--hrt an angry wife of sirni iu ticil.vr .Tnnr, niiiLii wi.uiu irau huthand well in print Asa result, his periods were They'ie talUin' war downtown and urgs polished till the) lost force fhey would that I irll my rapertencrs in the last vrai have made more of au Impression if he had as snit of pointeis " left a few jagged edges on them llitspectliea sleep you My 'I'm In.' What "Hut in were as faiiml for thctr soporific qualities as divs that ytjur mean!" they writ fur their immaculate stnlai, but know, if they'd tik me If I'd His nue wsa a ronnueni auiturrr "I rus mw go to war again of course I'd say that, era as a tweaker Without taking the wouldn't I, darbngt" trouhle to itilorni liriM-l-l veiy thotou.'m, "Yes, dear, and then sometimes yeu ssyt I on the topics he discussed, she screpteu lift it a U 10 you nlisctvatMHta with Implicit faith snd un lint's when I'm ralng down the Ilna loiindis) nciibii- She had gone ta hear atltng (untHins of my lotnjkiny." him addrtxw the legislature. After it vrat inn wnat uo sou mesa wneo you sayi over he rcmarkiil . . . . 4 Ml'. "That tiHvli wain t the success we hoped . ..jva' j My (j IfjuJ'" "iy. )u lr. smweted, enuragingly very mueli I itwoubll"very "It was a alut lrii And, besides, ttiurtive aflcmooo rr.t "I here wasn't muihenlhusiiira. "I was vrr eiilhuattic " refi-riiu- Itave "I enjrtjcd a .... t.ie, In- - oinf highly I it needed -- are all confident that l)r. Williams 1'iriV 1'ills for I'a'e I'eople cured her, and I cheerfully recommend them in all similar MltS K. A RYUOLT" caws Siibwriltcd and sworn to tfore me, this third dav of Jeptemlier, 137. M.Kit II tKKll. Vntsrr Ihibl e "l)r Williams' Pink I'dla for ae People will cure all diseases arising from a poor and watery condition of the blood, will bujtd up a rundown system and are a tprrifir for paralysis, locomotor ataxia and other dia easts long regarded as incurable. flag" "Well, don't go to war, wtllyou,Jhn!" t,t n.y fellow mcmlrs " "I was "t'oleis my tounlry demands it, then-"You rouida't tell whether thry hied It lhe riplanatlon apealed to t tattsfae-or not " toty Denver Times "At all eventt, they wer not ranted ofl their feet " ntprrta. "t)h, vou must it I I lhe least bit sor-nti about that IVr rwuldn't I The) rwttrr Milh supose ou enjoy a gtme ot an psfvrtt tdavrrl I noticed lhat tiHik stcm) precautwM.. a man Wolf enjoy hall tlitough nesrly lfotr )ihi gut feet on their drtks.' sll of roniidrra t himself plajing with ItotUn 1 who an etpert. tbrm hid their Wash-ingto- "Ye..atjltlrb.leielamatory" WJ, ib.f. when the engsgement opem 'An i( tPU Vffl, talkine alwut the 'reds' o,i ulut. ilut "Oh, bless yvu, that s tht toleta of tht '.,ii' ran-ttrlp- t. bUr f A new through Mecpina: Car line lietween 8t txiuis and (.'ioiad!"pnngs will be rtb-- , llshed "Irs the Ualsssh Itosk Island Mmrt Iji.c. May 13th, The lime will - the fastest made will, thrmigh service between thvte two (mints hj man tiutirs. A thtnugli I'wtl Time to Colorado. I K. AtA Brothers ifRAVE. A A well known novelist delivrrrd s lrcturs rrccntlr In which he read selections from his own works. His reputation snd the so- Ciety that engaged him brought together an audience conipu.cl of the lest iirople of the I.rclurr nl si Si.vcllsl. ' neighborhood. After the lectuir, when eople met, it wat the proper thing for one lo the other And the 'Were you at the lecture! answer in every rase ' hear the lecture unl 'CV you l,,trf. ,."" Uhtn l,Mr a word Did I wat there, but I couldn t Well, no' ijk ( "" Hood's Sarsaparilla JMri- im If four-dolla- irienu wno met tne novelist a lew nays alter his vj.it to the sul.urlan town asked Xnmra of KiiarlUh .Mnarmlnrs, him what kind of audience be had. and how ot a few magazines bear the nnme he liked the town fine place, "It the publisher. This Ian neat way out 1it.il a a rt.rstil ntlawiiic-s- was the reply, "and I of tht iniv niisniic nuuit ii'V tl.t.1t I losiso utAimt. ! a v of 'he dlflicultj-- , but It It quite ever solen tn No one made a sound, and An acquaintance with the I did not hive tn raise my voice above a wlmper." Philadelphia Presa. l' pers. nal idlosj ncruslrs of Messrs, t unen-lightnin- g. Civs-te- hear.cither" a ... ONE. ' morning "n,e fj.t time of this line will naturally lt.-j- tto tnterdiremmm.l .:il .. .I. ,.. ' t ., voiorsHio iuri.vs i particulars will 1 gladly furnished on ap- t f'olnra.l.. s.,th a li Simnis I lir l nutrinnt si at 11 t.,t tflnnrrtiou fnr Drtisrr. arriving throughr) a. m. This is llic fattest regular Ht Irfiius trivioe ever established lielwren and Colorado lletuiiung, the Mrrprr will leave Cohirvido pnngs at 2 11 1, m.and ar use at M lnis the net! evening at 6 13 Patrons of tins line will avtml theonly tin pleaunt fiMtureheirloforcallendaMonCol crado travel, natmurlt as the tup Ihrou.li Missouri fertile fields will now I l.yilay luht. and the invHlrartivetmrtiflnaf Kansas tmvrr..-- ilunng lhe night, witb the will to (irel the tourists In the mountain .11 m-i1 d Sl,r,, 0 , v 1 VMS, a ,., . 1 ,tnin II m JtMtt AH W A V.. .1, I .ta I sM "ll JJ XJS.W I ' I I j tilirathm C. S. CltA.S'K. O V A T PI Louis i and I'Hirson would be of little service to nr investigator of the periodicals of Of late jears the fashion has grown of lajlng claim to some street So wc have pub-Hior d. strict of , ains, dallj-- weekly or monthly, nnmrd after ilelgravla, Cornhllt, I.uil-gat- e Hill, Fall Mall, St. James', the St rind, the temple, Temple Har, Westminster nnd Whitehall. The only that one ivould huve ventured to make would have been that the Corn-hi- !, would deal with finance, nnd that thsre would be a legal flavor about the temple. Thete forecasts, however, W' uld nave been as unfortunate as the expectation that there would be an cape- allj courtly tone about the Wlud-so- r bombers, Longman, Marnilllnn tain vh'' these publishers nre the patron si anj-vvaj-- pre-dlitio- wanen MS Breakfast on de-sl- Ill-ra- m little-neare- (Jcoa ti - Inw-In- I 1 Acadcinj'. Wumen itte. V 'mien might serve this government ts pies In a great war. That a woman cat aot keep a secret herself or let anj'- one rite keep one Is not borne out by :er'dn secret archives kept In n largo fireproof safe In the wnr department. One of the most active and reliable inion spies in the late war was a wont- in, who, worked successfully forn long period. Kvcntually, however, she was :eught by the enemy and hanged to n tree .Martial law, which states that 'the spy Is punishable by death by aiijlWdiy the neck," ho no respect tuf --- lutrualcil In (lir .Muunrcli, Jeweler irVritrtlly) -- Wbil of catlings while I wat out! They're w,uih IOO' Hit Wife -- The cook saw tin in, dear. It's Costal, Minn., July 31st, 1897. April Mb, IF.rl, my little boy, jut four her day nut. jni know, and said slir'd leave tears old. was terriluy scalded by falling if I didn't let her wear them this altciuoon. Jeweltrs Weekly, liatkward mUi a pail full of (toiling Mater lje fell into it iu such a manner that he re niamrd doubled up until his mother, who The Doctor's Discovery, vrat in the next room, roti'd tome to his res find the most common de"What do In tearing his clothing liuiu him, the lusion amongyou tie. vour uticnts, doctor" k.n and tlcsh tame oil in strips, and the "lhat we ph). iran rare nothing about The having our bills paid mother's hands were Iwdly burned "Detroit 1'rec Pros. skin came olT his body from alove the miiMIe nf the back to below the calves of his legs. The I'lonrer l.lmllr.l lhe burn was deep and lhe case dfsjieratr. I'or two muntha he was under the care of our la the name of the only perfect train In the world, now running every tnghl betwten family physician. We then took him toM Paul and acting under htsalvirecdhil iu our Chicago, M Paul arid Miunraohs via the of the leading surgeons of the city, who look Chicago, Milwaukee A ht. Paul lUilwsy -Other phjsicians were the pioneer road of the West in aduptitigall the case in charge. caIRd in consultation) sixty pieces of ikin improved fatuities lor inp ssiciy ami enjoy mrnt of passengers. An fllusltatcd (uinph were graileit at one nine, jet notwiintianii mg all the skill of the doctors and the most ( jet, showing view a of beautiful scenery along unremitting care, two months aftrrwardt all i the loute of the Pioneer l.lmitrd, will lie ror monins lie , sent tree many person upon receipt nt two hup had Ixcn given up, ha.r lain nn iiillnvrs with bis faredtivn and Cent postage stamp, Addiess, tiro II llr.il He had nn appetite and ford, Ueneral Patsenger Agent, Chicago, HI, tiiifered terribly. cniilil retain nothing on his stomacn. The tores were indolent snd for two Had (inltcrovsn the llnblt. montha hail lain perfectly dormant M" I All-Shi Do sou helieve microbes are got -- III.a.. u.b ll..n.a1lll.. hi iir.i"ii nn. i.kui.i.ki ready to ltry any- - from .kissing? Halve, snd in desperation, thing that promised help, we commenced its i He--1 really have no way cf knowing; you onkers statesman. use Ilesults were apirent at once. It at know, I m married. once aroused the sores to action snd ttimtl lated a healthy discharge. We kept the Their Permanent AIkhIc. "Where are li)'s strength up with a preparation of those political rogues we hear so much sbout, beef's blood and vrine, and in about two papa! "I'hcy urr alvrajs in (he opposing months ho vvas well on the mad to recovery, jiattj', my ton ''Detroit Krre Prett, and we wrrp nhle In remove him back to our home. Thirteen months, from the time be J vvaa Injured he vvna perfectly restored. It J DUTY OF MOTHERS. has been over four jears since the cure was effected and the Isoy Is perfectly wrll and J THIS IS A "HOT" those duniund simplicity of the ounblnutloii, but nlvi to tho care and skill with which It Is iiiivuiiinciurcu nj M'iriiiiiic prcKCvs knovvn t.i thu CAi.iroiiMA I'm Sviife Ccx. ouljr, and wo v&h to tinptrsa upon all tho importance ijf purchasing Inn true and original rrinrdi'. As tho KciiiilnoSvriipof l'lifHlMiinnufactuml by tho f Ai.iruitMA Flo hinur Co. only, n lc n owl edge of that fact will assist ono Iu avoiding the worthies.! imitations manufactured liy other parties. Tbe high standing or the Kio StHl'i' Co. with the medical profrvdon, and thu satiafactlon which tbn trrnuino Syrup of I'Irh bus ftlvrn to millions of families, make the name of the Comnany a guaranty of the excellence of ltl remedy. It la far in ndrnticc onll other laxatives as It acU on the kidneys, live nm' wt0"-Inj- f bowcU without IrrlUtlnj? nor Iheiit, nnd It doc-- not kt nauseate. In order to ipH It tiencflclnt effect, plenMi remember tho nntno of thoCompuny CALIFORNIA FICSYRUP CO. SH rilCNCISCO, Cat nr.w toiik, n.r. Lutsvii.t.r. Kr. Cam-rolt.tta FVfU CYDI'P TIU3 lllC CIVULCilWI. Uf 51KLI Ul" Flfil ksduo not only to tho orL'Inollty and I Fim t ,..,ii n. l't--rl- XyJftfflESiTft Tl M0 w feccFfe- PTAt TnE -? fy? Herald. d THE MARKETS. UVESTOCK-Caurtc.comrooo fAI.VE.S-FliOUs-Com- PIMPLES What mtlTetlnt; frvii:er.tljr rcsulta a mother's Ignorance; or nioro ., ... frequently front n mother's neglect to Mlttd packers t IU snlpperi properly Instruct her daughter! Tradltlonsays "woman must suffer," XMIIS Siirlnc.......IV BOO (B S3 i.Ttf U'lnl., f.m and younp vvomen nro so taught. UKAlS Wheat No. 2 red,.. gl 18 '"Prc'pareii by J, P. AI.I.KK Medicine Co , There la a little truth and a K"t deal No. Jrcu 374 St Paul, .Minn. No. X Crn No. 7 raized .,,... of exaggeration in this. If a young 3J to ,. Ulcerine Halve is a tnre cure 0ts ft e Hji-a!woman huffers severely alio needs Also beat preparation nf ulcax--t and sores. 10 30 tio ex to choice. .. iin for Hoils, Uarliuncles, nies, nan itneum, treatment and her mother should sto it.te I'ilOVISIONS Mess pork. ,,. lie wuc fresh vvoundt. llurns, Cuts and I7M iH ,ira ITHIia Itiraiii,,., that she gets it. 10 tt II keep it in the house. lum to chnlro dalrr Many mothers hesitate to take their creamery... tt mt Prima ISO How They Snrceecl. bbl 4o At'l'J.KS-I'- er daughters to a physician for examinaW M 1'er tibl Tom Some men gain prosperity by one tion; but no mother need hesitate to ClllCAOO. lip. jump, others by hops, wrlto freely about her daughter or 530 (ISM LOUn-WIlink llopi! r?,tn',' U IH "Yes: for cianlvle. the brewer." Up to herself to Mrs. I'lnklmm nnd eecuro J I IS & 3 Chicago sprlnif NO. Date. tho most efllclcut advice, without 3,W 33 inuM.Nnil JU'Via Zfi 2 charge, Mrs. Piulchatu'a address ta 1S-llentnraa Cillinot lie Cured 1J 10 (if irct r..n.,lTfU) I I ftv 9i U 4 10 puicncrs.. air toitood llitht .. I.!i-h- liei.l'-Cliolce., 1 on J W tt 1 DO 3 W U 4 10 (! 4 Ol 3 33 W 1 73 mi i t e ii 1 i 15 t& 4 n n hi L vnai aiien a Ulcerine Halve saved his life. a -when we commenced its use all hopes bad lieen clvcn up. anil ninoil oisoning was exIt was four pected to set In any moment months after he wat burned before we be Salve. 8igned, II K. WOODS. gan to ue the Traveling Agent forf ' CJotrian & Co , Wholesale Hoott 4. bhoes, fit Paul, Minn. Sworn 1q before me this 31t day of July, ,S07' (Signed.) W P. COltll, Juttlce nf the Peace, fold bv nil Druggltts, Price, 23c. and 60c. I Daughtoro Should be Qarofolly Quldod tn Early Womanhood. mxiim RffiiWARMs oo. leoWIMCHtrrtSMr. HrwrlatTN.Gw'i. OIJ aares. It nctsr Islls llravsout til ami al poison hssis sipansa im uS.rlsr Cures ixcnisnant snitlirea.W W.u.l,, lir mail nalc lu-- t larss (, Mlaa, by llrussliu. EM) HTJ rtAMt ON A 0V iixuiravATsus vJttV'VVHJ.8eriBVH) vtai,c racR M PAOli' tR from Islhsnnlr ctrs, Hsss Vicars, ;rruUaaforfSraale nrl llrers, fl ars, '", .". rl, suiecursln Ihs world .,.,,, tt., all ..... IIKAnRnSOKTIIIS PAI'KIl IIAV-I'rli- IIKmIIIIMI TO I1UV AN V Tlll.Sd AIIVIillTIHIMI IN ITrt Col.t'UNS HIIOIM.II INHlar HI'CIN UAVINII WHAT Tiller AKK rOII, IlKll'SINIl AU. HUlliTITL'TKH OH IMITATIONS. nter A 1 POIIIIVC and ABSOLUTE CURE FOR TAPE WORMS Ko.en N". JilltK-Me- as 12 LAItU"Sieuni I '.OOll-WtnvVllKAT-N'o.S- NBW YOIHC " 0 33 iu 10 0) t nu 1 ter red paunt. S tOIW-NI'ATtt-Mls- o. sd.. mixed Mesa II 13 0 10 b (., ltYKi.i I'OHK-N- ew I.AIIU , WOSiern OIM ( t tt 3U14 tt 31 i:?i 0 75 tt . 1IAI.TIMOKH Wneat white C 7000 it" 1'I.O'Jtt-Faml- ly. GltAlN-WJieat-No. I 1 M 3J Southern d.... I 30 n i 35 tt tt MH tt Wit (ft 3UH tt (ft tt (ft 4 rr Osta No CATTLE-Klral Htfj'o. t western. quality , 4 30 a-- IKXlh Weaiern OlIAJK-Wnest-- No. l W 38 M 70 W n .iNUIANArOLlS. Corn No. Osts-N- o. W m mlaed t mixed I.OU1SVILI.K 2red ( a i 35 tt tt 375 by local nipliratioiis, as they cannot reach tne diseased iKirtion of the ear. There ia only one way to cure deaf ties, and that is remedira. Deafness ia by constitutional caused by on inflamed condition of theniu-rou- t linini; of tho Ivuitachian Tube. When this tubcgclHlnllaincdjrm have a rumbling noiind or imperfect hearing, and when It a entirely closed deafness is the result, and unless tho inflammation inn be taken nut and this tulie restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine roscn of of ten arc caused by ratarrh, which is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Ilundrrd Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Bend for circulars, free. Lynn, Mass. Tho following letter from Miss Mahik F. Johnson, Ccutralla, l'u., shows what neglect will do, and tells how Mrs. $1,00 Addresi 11, llo,U7, HeiJ, t... J . tlnclnnail, Approsed by QO (I PInkham helped her t "My tj es.vi GALFWEAIIEnSf.'Ja'i ri.0ln-Wlnterp?iviKAIN-Wbeat- al"5 -.o. i"Ka LornWH"""" pu tinea,, IK ,, in it m'H tt 4(0 1 li IV a ;,A)P5WU11.IMHM'M MsSmi,i i, hi, II !! w had to lcavo school, I was tired all tho time, and had dreadful pains iu my sldo and back. I was also troubled with Irregularity of menses. I was very weak, and lost so much flesh that my frlenda becamo alarmed. My mother, who Is a firm believer In your remedies from experience, thought perhaps they might benellt me, and wrote K. .1. Clienev & Co., you for advice. I followed the advice 75c, riold by Druggiitt, you gave, and used Lydla E. Pink ham's Hall's Family Pillt are the best. Vegetahlo Compound and Liver Pills as w I'ltRlilitf and bablet are put to tleop in a you directed, and am now as well as I go Daily Ivewi. different njunner.-Chlwover was. i nave gained flesh and hare Ba )?! ,r There nro ..witrw, neither ,99 Iob , " health becamo so poor that I Iloysl Hoclelr. I'retenllor cruellr lo animals tlieular free. II. t. II ILK, Fanalsilss, (I. n't In ttis world. lor Look Vi. II. II. m., KnalUt Irtatascnl riee. nPfaPQ VNBWDSC0VEV tml letliionlal. lwii Oast Ui-js- h (rl'n tia. of iiulrktslitrandeun-swoi- ssttt t lui,tiiaaii, in. loUatva 7. QOQ.OQD IMS UTaUCCI. Thaler, Misers!, to., lMk.Uli,T.?s, .,,. W.U.CHirgSB m taj In tlioa. firun. TsMea (loud. Uso HoM trrDasjiata. M WM J n ss II A. N. K It I7IO ESfft'ti c"n-,leU- MWSX WWWWVk i '10 AIlVKHTlaTKsi tiltate Hale that e saw t)M AllsrUsae Ml II Ull tlMIt s2i!4s:t4t,T'li 1u WYr&i 1 A'-as " iMnlfai -- ii