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Street nest rtoor to Cltj Unit : THE ESTABLISHED MILKS' Nrn. nf I HICKMAN .COURIER W WESTERN KENTUCKY. f HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, SCI., FRIDAY, JULY 29, THE OLDEST NEWSPAPER . FINE WITH JOB PRINTING- ffiXKCUTffiD MEATHESS AHD DISPATCH. OKOKdE WAIUM.X, JAS.aVEAUN, l'rlco orSiiUHcrlptloii, $.0() SANTIAGO CUHANS. They Rricnt (?rn. SlmflcrV ..llllinlp In I?i rln r Ujii. (J injl.i In tin War. They Protest Afsln.t the Continuation ol Apenl.li eintcUls In OITtre Appsltiled by Medrlif, Matter C I'rln- rlple-- A 1855). ' SALE BILLS, 4 - '?. ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS'. DILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, 1898. FLOATING-bRY VOL. XXXIII. NO. W. DOCK. ti CALL - VlsTX ' MEN LANDED. OR c CITY OF SAN JUAN. (Jnllctl Slnlca Will Lnntl Troops on Tlircc Sides of I'orto Klco. nd-ric- SURRENDERED. Spanish Troops lo III" Number nf 8,001 and nso Volnntrera la Ban l.ols and i'al- nia Kttrlano (Ilia Up Thalr Arms CHEERED OUR culoiitM Compliment .Ii l'rl.oneri in Thrlp, Am FLAG."' , r- -i, ETC...JETC. BKIB V&'. '' lin Arrival nt Transports N hi III Coast f Torln llleu IiiiU-InMniI .,.. n,,. ,r tc e trtvcooc-cccc- c ct exe cc tie tc-- t C R- - 'N.- - Sloiulaj, SO. Offleer'a Opinion. .Tnly 16- .- Chief Kndlrolt SureeeiU In Arranging foi thu I'urchaie of One by the L'ullrd Htatra UuvermnrnU t, STATE NEWS ITEMS. Waiii.s;to:, July . ,. Unofllclal Meetlnc BAjfiunn iii:Ci'iia, July 23,vla Klngv ton, .tnmnlrn, July 25. The Cubans lirre resent (ien. ShnMer's nttlludc In Ignoring (ien. Garcia and refusing to ullow tlio Cuban troops to enter Santiago or to commit (foil. Garcia on the terms of the surrender of the clt.v. Gen. (larclu's notion In urlihri rinsing his troop Into tlio Interior, Ills letter to (Ion Shatter and hi, resignation ol tils coiitiuanil, forwarded to (ten. Inez, are approved and applauded liy nil clnssckjuf natives. (Jen. Gurctn re juseti to.icccisusuuor,iniato,, puce, In Miafter answer uymj tli.it this whs b war lotwcrn the Lulled Stairs hmiI Spain irreacctlve of tula's ludlridiiul Interest, and President McKinley's instructions with reference to the ad ministration of the stiricndcrcd district published here yesterday nre interpreted us a tacit avowal of Aiucr!-caIntention toanne tlio Island and not to grant Independence. Till a Is opposed by the Ciibjuv Joaquin Castillo, president of tlio Sinn Curios Cuban flub, mid a brother of (Jen. Castillo, urges nu oflleial protest to President McKinlcy without delay saying "silence noiv would ludl rate our content to the American attitude sslilrli Is a plain breach of faith that the Cubans can not posslhly tolerate." A meeting was held Sunday afternoon at the San Carlos rlub to illsciisi the matter and It U probable that n protest was drawn up which will I submitted. His unJerstood tlmtnany whowerc present at the meeting favoicd tlio scheme of u protectorate by the United States with ercntual annexation after the or six years, but the protest Is on a matter of principle, the main objection Iwlng the continuation In ofllee, of ofllcials appointed by Malrlil on the (.'round that Spaniards, as a conquered vroplr. sliuuld not Iw rested with authority, over tubans, the allies and coadjutors of the t'nltcd Sinlei and the representatives of a free and independent people. Such Is under stood to hare, been the tenor of tlio Sc-n- sMjtliTyailfrasTllcM? received by tho war department announce tho arrival of (.en. Miles off tho south coast of I'orto I'.lco, and that ills troops are. ixilng landed nt Ouanlc.i. l'rom that point an will 13 made upon 1'oncc, where two or three thousand Spaulars form a garrison. It Is Intended to take possession of this town, which is well located, and utilize it at a rendezvous for thu concentration ol an army to march upon Sati Juan. There Is a cable station at Ponce, and (Ion. Miles will thus bo In practically direct communlcatlon'wlth tho authorities here. sr. Thomas, 1). W. J., July The United States troops were landing Momlayon jhUbndsof rorloJUcc :. .Maiiiiiii, July54--private dispatch from San .1 nun do I'orto Klco says a strong Amrrleun squadron has ap- peared before. Ilalila Honda, but that tho American attempt to disembark was tepulstd with considerable loos. siii.miii, July 20 The wnr department was busied Monday hurry-lthe dispatch of tho remainder of Miles' expedition against I'orto Itlco. Mull progress has been made that it it hoped ull of the troops will boon I'orto Mean soil within a week nt latest (ien. Miles Is not expected to defer his landing until that time, hut probably will pick out a suitablo place for en- - n' meeting. CUBAN PETITION. ntUcnstii Thank llir Tor Mat trrnlum Irnm l enl of .itirtrsi auUti Yfcr, Hut Ihvlr Own (Juttrnitifnl. nr. Ct iia, July z., Tim following Is the lest of the document: To l'resldcnt McKlnley: "flic undersigned, Cubans by birth, land owners and residents of Santiago de Cuba, Saxtiaoo leprcscntlng with their families the Hipulation that suffered for many .tears Spanish rule in this section of the islnnd. wish to t their warmest thanks to the ko-pi-e of the United Slates for delivering them from the InsulTerublo joke ol Spanish rule. "They wish also to express their absolute confidence In tlio gtHsl faith and humanitarian purposes of the United States and In the pledge that the territory of Cuba is not to In? conquered by the American troops for purposes of annexation. We. believe, and would urge that our own people, arc enpu-bi- o of fulfilling the Internationobligation al a to establish got eminent for the Island. Cuba in the (til tiro may xssibly become, in tlio course of a few years, imrt of the. territory of the United Mutes, thus In- as follows: creasing the comfort and happiSaw PrrAMTMrNT. I W tslll.MlTOS, Julr '.. IK'R. ( ness of this people, hut now all desiro Sih The urpmmml h recehol from the n government of our own, as compensrrrrtsrv of uie sn fnEroMil and ci'rllfir.1 sation for the sulTeriugs and heroism copy of n Joint resolution of congress, tenderof our arm, ami the definite estabing Ihr ihankn of tongrrts lo jou anil thr lishment of the Cuban republic, with ortlrcrs and men of the juailron under vour Cuban authorities. In accord a nee with rvmaiind, for trin'ml.lon to jink, sud herewith rnrlosrn (hn mr the resolution of the United States Arronipanrlni; Ihr rep) of I he Joint resolucongress, "We liopo that the present camping his troops and establish himself nshore awaiting tho arrival of the other detachments now on their way. War department ofllcials expert that the first news rccehcil fromden. Miles will coma through the press dispatches, as the general has not with him, so as Is known, any dispatch boat. It will be at least Saturday uu forj direct cable communication can lo establish dwlth him and In the meantime rliancu must lc had on thu dls atch running across to St. Thomts, distant about four hours run. It was expected ut tho department that (ten. llrooke and (ien. Haines would salt Monday from Newport News to join Miles and that most of (en. llrooke command would bo embarked by Wednesday. Tnc work of embarkation at llninptou Iloads is conducted with much less and dtlay than was expected. Col. lleekcr, In charge of tho transor-tatio- n division of the war department, who has Just returned from that place, has reported to Nscrvitary Alger that it is eminently suited to tho shipment of the troops. Consequently the secretary Monday ordered all ot lieu. U rant's brigade, 3,000 men, from Chickamauga to Newport News. It Is not exH-ctcthat all of the transports required for their accommodation will have arrived there by tho time the in, but they will be encamped on i unable grounds there, and it Is will Ui benefitted by tho change from Chickamauga. secretary I.ong Monday forwarded to Adiii Dewey the joint resolution of congrets extending tho thanks of congress for the victory achieved atCnvlto. Tho resolution was beautifully engrossed nnd prefaced by n formal attestation of Its nuthencity by Secretary of State Day, the whole lclugi-ncUm'i- l In richly gilt nnd ornamented llussiu lcathereovers. It Is to be remarked that Scsrelary Iong, in his letter of transmittal, makes reference to u letter from the seeretnry of state complimenting Adm. Dewey upon l.ls direction of affairs since the great naval victory, n formal evidence that the state "department is thoroughly well satisfied with the diplomatic qualities he has exhibited The letter of Secretary Long is fr bo-lu- g dllll-cull- y attain at Suntlago, where Spaniards are still the administrators of our Inter-rsts- , property ami falo will Im brief; that the city may soon be turned over Jo the Cubans and that our army may rnlor, the flag of Cuba waving triumphantly bccitle thu American (lag, as Cuban soldiers fought side by side with the Americans against the common enemy," l.lk 55 The Spanish residents of this city like President McKinley's proclamation, and seem (.alls-lie- d with their condition ns subjects of the government of tlio United Mates. Tlio work of cleaning the streets and putting the into good sanitary condition was begun In earn- itato of Samiaoo, July lrKiitl.. rrorlsniallnn, tion the department rccrlietl a Irllcr from tho secretary of state rrlirstlnt: Ihsl there be conveyed to nu his hlch spprrrlatlon of your rharsrtrr us a nnul omeer and of the good Judgment snd prudrnre jnu have ahosn In affairs since the date of your great achievement In dcstrovlng the Tnnl.li IteeL Thin I take great pleasure In doing, snd Join hrurllly on of the navy department, as nrll as personally, la tho commendation of tho ry of stale. secret Very respeetful'r- Joiisi II I.os-n- , Secretary. Ilr. Adm (leorge liewey, V. K, N.. Commander-in-Chief V. S Naval 1'oree, Astatic. Station. Trnopa at Newport Newt, est, Tampa Tron-i- t Ni:wioiir Nuttd, Vu., July SO. Incoming' trains during tlio last 30 hours havo brought nearly 0,000 troops to this el ty. These Include tho 2d brigade of tho 1st army corps, In command of Hrlg. II allies, from Chlcknniniigii park, 'Jen ii., ami five troops of cavalry from Camp Alger. Yellow 1'ever Casra. Wamii.miio.v, July 20. Tho partment nt U:15 p. m,, posted I'repsrln-- r tu Ua, A .Ucksonvii.i.i:, l'la., July 25, Tampa special states thnt transports are rapidly loading and nro ready to move at any time. An otllcer who arrived from Kernandlna Saturday morning (.tatca that tho general opinion Is that transports will bo there. In a few days to tnlio troops off. .No Slur lUcmc at llsivllmrnf, CincAfio, July 25, Tho Cicero town wnr the defol- lowing) board, nt it special meeting Saturday evening, decided that there shall be no more racing ut llawthorua. It Will lie Told. Spanish Hrnnd-layenrs hence) "And In that light nt .Snnllngo, my children, every noble Spnnlnrd met Ills fnte." I.lttlo One''Vna not one ansed, grandpa?" fipnnlsli Oranddnd "Xot a mini wna left to cnlile the tnlc!" rhlladelphln North American. As d Sa.ntiaiio, July 25. Adjutant United States Army, Washington: Numlier of new fever cases on tho 24th Instant, about 500. At least 450 returned to duty. Actual figures will lie given Notwithstanding hereafter. figures situation seems somewhat improved. Ouo death, Sergeant J. I.nr. uen, Troop C, M cavalry, yellow fover, (ien-cr- Slboncy. (Signed), Smaktkk. Maior (icncriU. (30 Mr, J. M. Ilarrle led tils eleven to e vlctoiy on the cricket field ot Wells recently. Mme, Navnrro, better known as Miss Mary Anderson, was on tho ground nil day and entertained the nrtista uml men of letters who batted under Mr. Barrle'a captaincy. Tun-bridg- Many men hove been doing well cut$30 to a Charleston, S. C, where they arc still ting and sawing wood ntto take$40no More who wnnt In ronstiiut ilemnnd to clean thechlin-- , cord. working for wBgci. Little neys of the aool from the soft pine chaners nre ncttinl prospecting has been done by largely iu use. wood so anyone. The quaint lttlu blucU chimney Bwceps mill to the plnturesqueneBi ol Wasiiinoton, July 2. CTilcf Hnitl-cotm 343434'934S4'39-94a-,9a34?2S9-a44j,9?99Maof tho bureau of yards nnd docks, Til Third rip.illtlnn Will Inl. an th has just returned to the" navy departNurlli Const lm. II.rliv.r'. Com- ' ment from New York, wTiere ho suciii.ik! Mill Join Mile, nt (Iu- PRISON COMMISSION. s RIGID QUARANTINE. ceeded In arranging for the purchase atilcilrnopa rmlmrk, by the government of a floating drt The Meet nnd i:iect Ofllcera or the Dif- OverTOne Hundred Cases of tmsllpoa lif i. ferent Print Institution. In Kendock, a naval adjunct very much need Kr.w Voiik, July 25. It la said here Jnikton Counly Iteporteil Slate tuckyA I.ouc Mrs.lon. cd at this time. The dock lifsjapabli Hoard of llenllh Act. .hat the government, intends to fit out of lifting vessels tip lo 2,200.ton dls three I'orto Mi-aexpeditions, which ritANKFOiiT, Ky., July 23. Tho new v Loi'lRVli.i.r, Ky., July 22. The stntj pln'ccmcnt, which will bring wlthlt will land on three sides of tho island Ita scope most" of tho mm boat! prison commission held n long session board Of health Usur-i- l A. nrnelnmnttnn and fornt n circle around Sun Juan, bacllCd bUt Of llio rln.tl- - Clnn r.l ,t, of Sampsons fleet, nnd a large l'rlday night and elected the following Thursday placing tho whole of Jack- and that within n few- - weeks after son county and each of Its Inhabitants thuJrol gunboats came by.t .With one number of the auxilla'ry vessels. olllcers: landing Ocn, Miles will control tho Tor Kddyvillo Prison Geo. Catlett, nder rigid quarantine from the buTL cord tho prisoners raised .three This dry dock Is not sectional, entire country. Tlio lirat expedition llrash-e- r, brhty c.hocn which startled tho p'eo- - but In ono piece, so that it may be eas- clerk. Iter. Ilrcadlng, chaplain,Masters, side world. .Tho board found tlmttv under (ien. Miles witl, it is exphycleiau; guards, II, there liavo.'beeri more than one nun- If on the IlrooLlrn klinr,.'n,l wi,rll ily towed to the point most available , pected, land In (iuanlco, and will Jodie Hlnton, 0. S. Hale, M. It, Olcnn, dred casen oral,pox in the county. Jieafd on Uorcroor: Island. 2twi for naval . Tho first Journey will proceed to Joes, l'rom there they will mo Iac were 'best they could laid before the In thanking bo to Key West where the nnry de- J. A. Kimble, L P. Smith, John Bed go to Ponce by rail, and from I'once to and, mn eftort-cie bam for the- - kindness lavished partment lias found a suitable, sit ford, N. G Drakc;,olinJt Wllklns; 1 county authorities San Juan on n road which is,gooL In 'Hr .with plenty of wit-- r in what, is known. I Thos. Tanner, J. lp.'. Hal, Robert was .. mtdtto'V bare aft., appro-v- drj,ae'aaW elther,.ttip;BrBlnyorilliB " Mod: T!1--. .1KT jrtTs jqeCTya'rSSY, tSJUi iisijflte,jlRsT8iii f:tmmmir'fwThW, ., Ijound for Italian ports. tar distant irom me town. I no dock bam Hush, Hen Preston, W. J. Tdnrtln, although there is money In the treasby (leu. Miles will await tho I'orto verge of starvation and I have to send N wllliiut Mean representatives, undcrcommand them rstlonn ury. Tho state board now calls on If tlio num- She Ulbrsitar. the. prisoners on shore will bo started on ItH way at tin car jr. No election of deputy warden The prisoners were llcst possible moment of dm. L'Leuvers, who will join (Sen, bers keep up us they have there will bo at Frankfort Prison d F. McGrath, the adjoining counties to enforco n hnpjy ot nnd their oppcarance deputy warden; Lew G. Wallace, chap strict quarantine Miles at (iuanlco. against Jackson about 24,000 to ship away nearly F. H. ALMS. lain, J, C. Hubbard, superintendent county along its entire boundary. The next expedition will land at here, 3,000 from San Luis o.OOO showed tl t they had been well treated while I: enforced Idleness. Among a ort south of Sun Juan, nnd from Ouantanamo, and over 2,000 at chair factory! F. S. llaltzellc, foreman; Kvaslon of the quarantine incurs the 251 .oners wcro six olllcers. I'eaceful Close of the Career nf One ol McCreary Allen, foreman; Hooth, heavy penalties. the third will land on one of the small Sagua and llaracoa. (Signed) Cincinnati'. Mo.t 1'ro.p.rous untl They hav saloon accommodations, Magollltt, foreman; W. Dr. McCormack, secretary of tho SlIAFTKIt, foreman; places on the north coast, l'rom here f.eful Clllieiifc while the ithcrs nre In the steerage. Major General Commanding. they wHl besiege and cut off tho reL Davis, lumber Inspector; Jack T. board, said Thursday night: "Tho One of thl Spanish oOlccrs said: "II treat of the Spanish forces. Ccinnati, July 20. Frederick II. Desha, assistant lumber inspector. No state board of health was very reluctour men t the field realized either Alms, of Alms Docpkc, one of Cincin- election ot physician. In (iuanlco there ntv telegraph facilant to take this action, bccaiuc it is WILL CONTEST. the hopelclncss or our cause or the nati's prominent business men, died Guards, Frankfort T. Connelly, J. the first time in 10 years that an absoities, but not cable facilities. The catreatment liey would get nt the nt his home, nt McMillan and Klmwood A. Dunaway, James Donaran,' lute quarantine has been declared. ble runs from Ponce directly lo Santo- tTn.nrr.Kful Hidden llrlnj Action to hands of thiKmcrlcans they would not avenues. Walnut Hills, Monday ut Aaron Sullivan, James Car- Hut the danger was so great and In- HiiV0 Ciintracl Awardcl to Trao.port nins. If (Ien. Miles has control ol the tight long. U'hc quickest nnd easiest 11.30 a. m. lisle, Ilobcrt Armstrong, C. M. Norrls, Tolved so many people and Interests of cable In I'once he can communicate rrl.uiirr. Srt Aside. way to reacAhome is to surrender. 1 His death was due to heart failure. John Schwartz, Aubcr Fclthaus, James the state that wo concluded only rigor directly with tho United States ia In liVhtlng where there Is a Ho had been HI for several days, but Summers, John Marshall, Pat Meln-cr(ialvestoii. measures would meet the emergency. NkwYoiik, July 25. The World says: bellcrc This cable, however, has chance, but bur blockaded soldlen had been reported as slightly Improved Jesse Sutter, llobt Morgan Drawn-cr- , no communication with the San Juan A lawyer has been retained by tho know hve haven't n chance. Abe Gum, Kd Meager, Newt liar-rountil Sunday, when he grew worse. line. steamship companies who were unsuc- don't Ill.tnrlc Flat;. lorne. quicker by surrenT. 0. Newman, John Holton, Wm. He was connected with variou charWaiii.noto., July 55. Tho brigade cessful bidders for transporting tho They can get i Vkksaillks, Ky., July 20. An Amerdering and the meantime be web itable associations and numerous or- Polsgrore, Joseph Lane, W. (J. llul-loccommanded by (ien. 1'rcd (Irnnt, con22.000 captured Spanish prisoners ican Hag which floats from tho sumViro of. Hut they think James Cassldy, Henry Hlghmll-lc- r, mer home of Hon. Charles W. Duck, In ganization about Cincinnati, and the sisting of the 1st and 3rd Kentucky from Santiago to Spain, and witl begin fed nnd taken tho AmcricansWill murder them " Kph Llllard. Jr., LM George, Hennews of his death spread rapidly and the 5th Illinois, was Saturday notion Saturday to hare the contract this county. Is of interest not alone The AustriaAconsul paid SI? a head throughout the city. ry Word, W. S. Scott, Ilodney Hald-wi- for its size 21 by 12 feet but for its ordrred to I'orto I'.lco. It will sail made by tho government with tho for the passage! of each of tho pris Charles Wills, Frank Johnson, J. history. This banner was presented from Newport News, and will leave Campngnie Trnusatlantiqua Kspanola No Fence Negotiations. Hudson, IM McDonough, Thos. SpenChickamauga as soon as railroad ac- - set aside. Tho ground taken Is that oners. to Mr. Huck at Lima, Peru, in 18b0, ' London, July 20. The Dally ChronW. J. Slpple, George while he was United States minister to icle Monday morning claims to know cer, Jedin Punch, Lar- Peru, by the olllcers of tho old llagshlp positively that no peace negotiations Kcarns, sterling Grnrea, James U, S. Gibson House VomiMnr .Slahr. ur W. McDonald, Lee, the Hartford, on which wns Commodore of any sort have occurred between,the kin, J. Assignment lon,OUO Dewey with Farragut nt the buttle of American and Spanish 'governments. May. MiU.UOU. Mobile. The Hartford wns stationed The Daily Chronicle says: "Spain ha lluntln. for I.ee Firs'. Murderer. Hiciimom), Ky., July 25. Additional nt Callao just after the revolution In . Cincinnati, July Kl The (ilbson made no approach and apparently doci House Co. jCled a decJof assignment tc not mean to yet It Is understood that particulars of the killing of Lee Pigg Peru In lbSO. Mr. Huck values the flag assDcla-tlonAttorney J. HartwvA Cabell Monday the Spanish government is still hope-fu- ? by Otis Malicote, nt Narrow Gap Sat- rery highly on account of its to organize a European concert urday, haro reached here, and show U. Dunbar the pres-- I morning. Uorace murit to hare been a cnt apd general manager, nUo as-- against the United States." Held for Murder. der. Malicote claimed Pigg owed him gned at the saint- time. There are To 1'i.r the Troop. I'aducaii, Ky., July 25. John to cents, and, after n few words n preferences named. Wasiii.sotos, July 20. Maj. Snlffen, alias llrown, colored, was jailed In the (ilbson house assignment the of tho pay corps, will sail from New in regard to the debt Malicote drew a here charged with murder. In March times, assets are given ut SI00.000. while th York Tuesday on the Olivette for San- big knife and stabbed Pigg four last ho and Kd Cnpps, white, let n abilities aro placed nt $00,000. Nt tiago accompanied by three paymas- killing him almost instantly. After boat moored three miles above to come the murder Malicotu lied to the hills, sooner had the lilbson House companj ters.' They will begin the payment ol to this place. F.n route it is alleged alignment been made than it wus fol troops on their arrival and In a very where, armed with two rcrolrers that Hopkins shot Capps, robbed his ho defies arrest lowed up by an Individual assignment short tlrao will be Joined by other pay and n Winchester, Notwithstanding this, Sheriff llroad-du- s body and threw It overboard. A week oi Ilornce II. Dunbar. Ohio 12 miles masters, who will assist In paying oft nnd a posse of 50 men, among latter It was found In the Col. Dunbar is practically the (lib Gen. Shatter's nrmy and then will pro- the facts iBC Lm sfVLkJ J" J l rl whom were four brothers of the slain below this port and ea located.given WJtfyiseJJv., a& ho, owns nearly nil I cooAlo.l'orlo lUco to nay oft tUa vtuy -$ tnn, eoir:d.VioltM,Ulhecton nW camoinout. llopUtna tnc snares, .there are ll or - oilier of (n. Mlhys. Illinois. Saturday night, bat failed to locate day stockholders who own from one to flrt tVavnetrllle-- . Net. (las Well. Feeling is running the murderer. shares each. Col. Dunbar places lilt Hanker and Distiller Suicides. WAVNfcSVll.t.K. O.. July '.'ft (as well high, nnd if Malicote Is captured there assets nnd liabilities nt ?.',500. XV. I. LocisviLt.E, Ky., July 23. of may bo a lynching. No. 2, drilled in at the west sido 'Jne only assets available nre tho ho Samuels, the. banker aud distiller at town, is a hummer. iho roaring tel fixtures and furnishings and boot Kentucky Crack Shot. Hardstown, committed suicide Friday can be heard for a mile, and the None of the banks wen sound noi on nls. Lkitciififlii, Ky., July 23. VaL morning by shooting himself through contractors arc trying to anchor tho caught The company has a lease ti casing, hoping lo get it under control Saltzmnn, tho Kentucky boy who ren- the head. Ho has been In- bad health ma C" j ears more at S30.O00 per un Monday. Work will legin at once to dered such signal serrice as a sharp- for some time, and becomo- greatly denmn from Peter (iibson. utilize the gas. People camo from shooter at Santiago, picking off pressed. His friends believe he was GOVERNMENT BUILDING AT SAN JUAN. With America nnd KP every direction Sunday to sec the new tho Spanish guerrillas who were con- not mentally responsible when tho Tu cealed in trees and firing on American deed was done. The dead man was bunt, well. commiKlutlons and transports can be tho successful bidder Is a licensed corwounded, was born and reared on Hear one of the most prominent citizens in London, July 20. A special d! spate! McrartlAnil-t'terhjrConte.t, The secured. poration of a nation with whotr. from Hianghai says tho Japanese wni miles south of here. Ho this section. Nt.w Yoiik, July 20. -- Kid Mcl'art-land- , creek, five we are at war and that accordwas always known In this section as ClIK'KAM.U'OA I'AIIK, (in., July 15. itsnkusliima Woshino, Chin-Yeihips t, of New York, and Jack Commissions fur the Fourth's Officers. by .nd passed to a measure though ho was but a At general headquarters camp was ing have been hastily dls of New Orleans, fought 25 its crack shot, f cortcs, of tho Spanish FiiANKFOin, Ky.,July 20. Gov.Hrad-leboy when he lived here. struck at daylight Saturday morning. to Saiseho to reinforce the the receipts of every corporation doing Japanese squadron there, making I' rounds Mondav night at the Greater did not go to Lexington to deliver The signal nnd hospital corps Imme New York Athletic club, Coney Island, I'osltlon for Hunter. the commissions to the new 4th regidiately marched to Uovmllo to take business under the Spanish govern- thi strongest on those waters. It hat and at the end of the fight both men Loilsvil.tK, Ky., July 23. Will A. ment, as was expected, because tho the train for Newport News, en route ment must be surrendered to govern- bei n ordircd to with the ment to help defrny tho expenses of Ilr i sii and American admirals In the were well able to go several rounds Hunter, son of Dr. W. Godfrey Hun- mustering In had not been completed. to I'orto Klco. The Mgnul corps, comthe war. lty letting tho contract to evi nt f international complications. more. Hefcrco Snm Austin satisfied ter, United States minister to Guate- He will not present tho commissions In Commanded by Maj. every ono by tlcclaring the bout a mala, who was let out of his place till Wednesday, and as soon thereafter pany 4, includes men from every a Spanish corporation tho United Wli le the dispatch does not explain draw. as chief deputy United States marshal as practicable the regiment will bo States government Indirectly pays into thi matter, it is inferred tho squadron state, Mexico nnd l.mada. Many of Spain Wauls nn Arinl.tlee. two weeko ago, has returned from his sent either to Camp Alger or Chickathe Spanish treasury an amount equal Is desired to bo In readiness for Phil the regulars who have Wen to Cuba London, July 20. It Is announced in bridal trip, and will, by order of the mauga, most probably tho former. the contrat stipulation. ippine operations. will accompany Maj (ilussford'a com- to one-hau special dispatch from .Madrid, pubnational administration, bo given n poAlso that the government thereby remand. lished Monday afternoon, that tho sition In the otlleo of Internal Hevenuo Iliilsulii lirponeit Kiarnated. leases from blockade all the enemy's Anxious to Clo lo l'urto Itlco. the 3d Illinois xt Niwporl No". SAMituo, July 20. It is reporter" Spanish government has drawn up a Collector Sapp, If he cares to accept vessels, to 1ms used In tho transportation FiiANKrOrtT, Ky., July 20. Thewirci Va., July 25. The Nt wroiiT Nkws, from the neutral ports where they are that ("ii Luqtte and tho 10,000 Span- message addressed to the government l'lred on Her Sister's A.mlUnt. aro being kept hot between here nnd 3.1 Illinois regiment arrived here Sunish S" diers who havo been holdlnp at Washington proposing an armistice now In shelter. Anna HodUl'TI.f.11, Ky., July 25 Washington in an effort to hnve tho day afternoon In three special trains Ho pin n base evacuated the town. for the purpose of discussing the man, n girl 12 years of age, was tho 4th regiment, which will be mustered from Camp Thomas. 1 he first train t'alry tn I.eavo for l'nrto Itlco. d the report prove true It would terms upon which peace with the victim Shou of nn attempted assault by an in at Lexington on Wednesday, inbringing (ien. Haines, nnd the 2d batWasiiimiton, July 25. Five troops ind' j'e a on the part of the United States can be arranged. unknown man Saturday evening. Sho cluded lit the Porto Hlcan expedition. talion In rotntnnnd of Maj. Sliund, of cavalry nt Cnmp Alger, Va., havo Spanish to mrrender the entire east was near her home when the scoundrel Gor. Hradley and all the military offiStole Company A. .Ien.. came nt 12:55. and wus followed nt 1:10 liccn ordered to proceed to Newport Their plan, prob-nb- i of t lie island Ci.r.VKf.AMi, O.Jtily 20. The Aurora rushed upon .her. Her screams atcials, It Is understood, are using their by the first battalion In command of News for embarkation on transports to concentrate- - their forces nnd is Vapor Stove Co., which has been in tracted her older sister's attention, iutlucncc with the authorities at Wash Maj Jnekson, nnd ut 2:55 by tho 3d for Porto Itico to reinforce Gen, Miles. mac a leU'i mined stand in tho westdouble-barreleshotgun ington. battalion in comtnnnd of Mnj. Cotighy. They will leave, if practicable, with ern piotiucis, nnd finally in Havana operation for 20 yenrs, made an as- who scicd n signment Monday, with no prefer and fired at tho assailant twice, scar-lu- g men In all. There wcro 1.2UI (ieu. Uain's brigade. The troops sent Hsu' Two Killings lu Louisville. him away. The asdices, to Herman l'rankel nro all famous ones In their soctlon, Lotisvii.i.K, Ky., July 25. Virglc Somni" mid Winter Itr.ort llitniril. Iran. port .trantii In euarantlne. sets and liabilities are placed at lite A nnd C, of New Made a Heroril. Hanks was killed hero Sunday night 1 lx, (iAt.VfStoN, Tex., July 25. The tho list being troops '1 smpa, July 20. The transPoor business Is the cause. each. York cavalry, tho governor's troop, I.rxiNOTO.v, Ky., July 20. During by Juno Gillam. Wm. Green, It it lloach hotel, located on tho gulf front port Aransas nrrlvcd at quarantine tho Philadelphia Ship KenlliTiirth on 1'lrr, the past CO hour tho Queen and Cres- said, held Hanks while Gillam stabbed and one of tho leading summer nnd Sheridan troop and Monday and will bo held. The AranSax Fiiancim:i, Cnl., July 20. A pri- cent railroad has handled 5,327 troops him with" a knife. All are colored. winter resorts In the south, burned city troop of Pennsylvania. lias on board 04 person-.- , nnd on sas that Saturday, entailing n loss estimated at No Yeltotv Fever In Tampa. her trip from Santiago several cases vate dispatch received hero says Hilo, and equipment, aggregating 342 cars, Policeman JliU' Hlley shot and fatally bound from and 1,250 excursionists, in addition to wounded (ieorge Parker, colored, Sun from 200,000 to .'53,000. Insurance Wasiiimiton, July 25. Owing to per of yellow fever developed. Sho was the ship Ketiil north, ucei-deThe shooting was In self- day. only partial. The building and constntlou at Haw air, for New York, with n cargo the regular business, nnd not un slstent reports thut there was yellow iield nt thu quarantine of sugar, has put Into Valparaiso on has marred the big work. Super- defense. The Negro had drawn a roi tents arc n total loss, de- Mullet Key. fever at Tampn, notwithstanding fire, lloth tbo captain and mate are intendent Murphy issued un order con- vo'.rer. nials by tho Florida state ofllcluls, Dr l.lrlil. Ilrldgr. Alls anil tU I'lr.t Shipment. u( Ilond. gratulating the employes Monday, reported dead. I.aued luvlUtlous to SCtft. Itrunncr, the yellow fever specialist C. II. 25. Lieut. St. Lous, July Wasiiinoton. July 20. A treasury ' Instructions. A Kentucky Argument. The VaiIc FiiamsFoiit, Ky., July 20. Got. ltriilges, of Company II, 22d United who represented mo marine ntispuai .statement shows thcro nic about at llavann until tho outbreak ooo persons tow horn bonds under the Vif.nna, July 20. According to a Lkmnoton, Ky., July 20. Two far- Hradley has sent Invitations to 5C Mates Infantry, who was reported killed nt Santiago, Is alive. Ills moth- of the war, was directed to make an government's popular loan will lie nl- - special dispatch from Home the rati mers, Vnliicy Townsend nnd ljuni prominent Kentuckiaus, asking them er has rccelxed a letter from tho young investigation, lie reports mat niter ioltcd. Alt persons offering to take can has Instructed the papal nuncio at Cu minings, exchanged 15 shots over a to accompany him as members of his s staff on tho occasion of the dedication otllcer saying he is well nnd In com- a close Inspection of Tampa It can be . 500 or lcs, w,jj rccotVe bonds. The Madrid to threaten with set ere pun trivial matter, only ono landing, being wounded in tho hip, of the Kentucky monument a Chickamand of his company, the captain bar- stated that there Is not a case of yel- first shipments of tho new bonds were ishment any priests faioring Carllst intrigues. mauga park, low fever there. Towuscnd escaped. or made Monday. ing been wounded. Not llepnrleil at the War Department. Condemned .SI tu llaptlled. lo lell lllanco'. .lien. Kentiirklan Killed Hi Santiago. Kentucky troop, to the Front. Wahiii.soion, July 25, No word has A Xtlile Awake MicrllT, Wasiiinoton, July 20. Melius will be Ky., T.orisviLi.K, July 25. Hob l Paintsviiik. Ky., July 25. Den Put-ricGa., July 20. reached tho department from nn (Jam, inn. is, ()., July 25 1'ivo desChickamauua Paw:, employed during the nc.t three months Illnnks, the Negro who was convicted who was with the Ft Thomas source relative to tho reported perate criminals uttemptcd to break to give full circulation among illanco't Tho expected movement of the 3rl of criminally assaulting a troops at the memorable dash made on by Gnrcla's Cubans upon the body soldiers of the true story of how Toral't brigade, 1st division, 1st corps, did not were frustrated by Shur-If- f jail here but girl nt Mayllold, and who was given tho outposts of Santiago, and who was Stone. Tho men were furnished of Spanish soldiers who were luarohlu; army passed from the hungry and take place Monday. As It looked Monthe death sentence, was baptUjd Sun- killed in that battle, was a native ol Santiago to surrender. In the nb bleiody hell of Santiago Into comfort day night tho 1st Kentucky will get day. He is here for safe keeping. steel suws by outsiders, and had Into " , Magollln county, a son of "Little Ilplanned to kill the deputy sheriff ns sence of n reliable report on this t and a free trip home to paln simply tint Tuesday afternoon and the 5th Patrick, and nlovory well known till toinpioy lucorpurated currcuce, which, If true, may and 3rd Kentucky will break ns they had f.iwcd out of tholr by surrendering, 'iho news, if well linois He was about twenty FiiANKHHti. Ky., July 25, Tho Ulch-nrd- s at this place. cells. Among the prisoners who made fraught with the gravest consequent t spread among Illnuco's men, will hac camp Wednesday morning. This briof Oil Co., of Knox county, tiled ar- years old. Charley Franklin, who was the attempt to break uwny was W. A. nnd affect immediately the attitude more effect than would a whole bum- gade- will go to the front under comticles of incorporation with tho secre- wounded at Santiago, was formerly a mand of (lcn. Fred Grant, who wni reLiulil, tho Toledo real estate dealer tho United States government town' mer's bloody campaign. Homesickthe Cubans, there is u decided ilispov ness vlll be added to hunger. D- cently transferred to tho command of tary of state. Capital stock, 525,000, citizen of this place, and u son of John who Is Indicted for attempted burglary tlon to rofiiso to discuss tho matter ai esertion should become epidemic as a this brigade from a brigade in the 3rd with II. W. llotts and Alfred Murray Franklin, of Mtigoflln. Ho is about and the murder of wealthy Mrs. years of age. twenty-fou- r tho war department as incorporators. corps. Lewis. result Strlngtr, an Anglican misHer. LO. 'I wo e,trs lu the I'm. liiurlh Kentucky Complete. MU. Schley Arrive. In Madrid. Herman Mesinrr Fired Upon, Held on a Charge of Crurltjr uml llrutalltr. 4th sionary, engaged among the Ksquimo, Giieenui-- , Ky., July 23. Henry Holt-maLemnoton, Ky July 2a.-- Tho MAliltll),July 25. Miss Jessie Schley, Thomas, July 25. The German St. Havj:, July 20. Nineteen Austrian writes to u friend In Ottawa, Out, regiment Kentucky volunteers has at who was arrested with Ora hotel Jeleguto from the Pence society of steamer Croatiu, which arrived here sailors who arrived here by La stating that of the It whaling ships last secured enough men to complete at Sprlngvllle last winter, charged Paris, lias arrived nt Madrid with thu Sunday, reports that she was fired for the west last Sunday, wero taken Monday that left tho Art-tiquota. It now bus 1,310 men, and with highway robbery, was Friday Intention, It is asserted, of Interviewthree times Saturday night, about before a magistrate nnd confronted by fall only three managed to get out its more recruits aro needed. The reg- tried In the clrcultcourland sentenced ing members of tho cabinet with u eight miles from San Junn do Port" four socoud class passengers, survivor Tho other., were caught in the Ice and no will, It is expected, bo sent to to two years in the penitentiary. "humanitarian object." Itlco, by a ship said to form part of of Lallourgoguc, on charges of cruelty had to to abaudoned. Four men were iment Chickamauga Hied I rum Ills Hums. tho American Invading squadron. The andbrutullty nl the tim of the colli- lost in trying to reach the land. riilllpplnn Insurgents Itrporlril l'pnl.t-,!Owkn.on, Ky., July 23. Tho little Hrai.ed by Mule. Croatia was boarded by an ollker sion between Lullourgo.rno and the As the United States gunboat Frolic MAI)ltll,July 25. A dispatch from child of 'Ihoiuas P. Hill, Vi.itsAii.ir., Ky-- . July 23. The nine-- j United Manila wi'va that the Insurgents made understood to be from the was al Ilrltlsh ship Cromartyshire, off Sable passed Camp Long, Senvy's Island, cur-olson of Mrs. John D Wakenear here, got too niiir the fire while States cruiser New York. Sho Island on July I. Although the evi- N. II., where tho captured sailors ol hn attack upon tho city uml wero re- lowed field fell from a mule and was drugged its mother wus washing Thursday and The dence ollertd ngalnst them was very Cervera's tlcct are confined, Saturday, to proceed to St Thomas. pulsed with the loss of 500 men. The hud no Intention of entering slight six of tho accused were held on the prisouers greeted the vessel with a long distance, being very dangerous- was so badly burned that it died, FriSpanlth had 50 men killed uod Croatia day morning ly injured. San J ti irt remand. 'J ho others were discharged. cheers aud waving of hands. wnuudri Washington, July 25. Tbo jvar department at midnight posted the following: Santiago, rio Haytl, July 24. Adjutant Ocnernl of tho firmy, Washington: Lieut. Mlle.y has returned from San Luis and l'uliua Hstrlano, where ho. wont four dnya ago to receive surrender of Spanish troops. The number" surrendered was larger than (fenf Torol reported 3,005 Spanish Iroopa, and 330 volunteer guerrillas gave up their arms and gave parole and hare gone to work; 3,000 stands ot nrms were turned in loaded on ox carts and started to tlio rail-- roodt Spanish troops accompanying urn iu oaii i.uib ana nn i.y I greatly delighted. at. ,jito: . -- Prisoners nt .cheering tho flag of 'their cantor. the unusual sight .witnessed at Union dock In Ilroolilru .Mondav. f sight was nil tho more" slt'iiifleant ijtho cheers cajnc from Spanish pais, ino 20i, rriBoncrs captured ho four prleo sleamers now' In port fy about to sail for homo under tho lsh flag. I hey were on board the perln, of the Anchor' line, and as W VoKtC. 9 'p ui-e- , t7Il",,8-,i."s:Jirf."s- ;" iW'rasmtfr ri.,........ -- y ., 4 i eMt..,! 12,-0- -- t West-crnnc- r, ' heavyfailure, .u, -- s d - ITop-kin- s, 1 1 ZZ L u-- dt Kvcr-hard- one-hal- y paw-lie- (ilat-sford- . lf le-i- re d S40,-00- 0 Cum-tiling- anti-dynast- olll-ria- k Heu-ben- I Ltt-cln- c . d d ;j.A5rsy .y "rv . "I-- ! i'i. BE! ,er,i 3L?Jif mmtimEt&m'm;. xtk rmr. ! 3 I Sir.', liVs MltMMr -- ' C-- t,(t'sA-Htftf- ,,C r t yijgiMwryjg'!!.'1'1 - '' ....'tt , J j ) 4 M n" tfJsBr"" a , HTT T3ia4!,'-J'';v'" -' i"ti"ii",,",'i,viTji""iN - "' -- " "i. "r" - MtSt4 ",'jjl ;" 7 ' , 4,r "" nnuT jp - T Br?- - " " ""' - 1.1 'Emma - if, J 3JMffcnafl4By ay- - nfw i " ., "., itll 'Hiaili 4s t SMHipQ .i, - t(jj,jipH!ilW?!f.?VTtr wy iwli'ii - wi 1 s " Jt't""" " ' s I im nr sflrL3a, tMWwi i,wfffcWwjpi -- & ww in nil m 'I'wHiMMi r r) r i The three State commissioners H RNC-I Thcro la no loubt bnt wlmt The 17th Series of the llickmnu law nro If QIC MAN', ICV., n5vlt-t-- i such a "ieut burden to tho Demo- - under tho now election mnro nourlphinc food can ho II, ,!: L. Association is now opon, ,?vr.v L'U, I8.W. cm a in the lirjnn campaign, to appoint three election rniiuv, upon u small plot of groitml and (lie hooks will renuiiu opon unsunpnthy for 'commissioners for each county fu j thrown cause of his alleged plnuteil in potntoeB than any oth counties, and this. til August 18th) at '2 p. in, (or new ARKANSAS ami his par- - the state-I- ll) SUES FOR PEACE. Uio CtiiCHCo miters SPAIN cr crop, Thoy aro tho iiiniti food 9 donlng some of the alleged Ohica- - mentis 3o7 appointees. Ami these crop of such densely populated tock. Xovv is your opportunity AND- np. TLo first Roal Ray. go nnnrohlets, Is out in nmngazlno county commlssIouerH have to to ecuro n hoiiiP or to make safe couutrlcs as 0 or many ul Ireland. publication, antagonizing bolh Mr. point product commissioners. Tho iioor pooplo live nn tliem, nml profitable Investments. This .Tndgo Pry-u- s thnt tho Spun Brjan and ex President Cleveland .The high character of Iris been in opciation Tlio nnmo is true of tho poor of Ul Ho or, the CliHfruinn of the Stato Com- our Northern Stntep. Wo of tLo to territorial explosion. full Oovoriunont has officially pray and has loaned ov- - 1 nttft to lt Cllwni Of nrnrK S thrifty pon.ntinr.jol lil" two coliengtlcs, South oaiinnt keep tlio spring till tho President of the Unltr-- itruca tho construction of tho Nl mission, with fnr- - X ivl Jnitncomntu to l(f ostoirlUiluUiclxburtlcra omit tlirntli'li tlin Intitr lint niiminrr tr $10),(XX) to Fulton County tinvy. the has ilouo much to mollify tho op- M.l nonce. Hii ifli nnrnirniiti cikti.it .Mlnlns for terms of etrotlit lfl.ll 11... u tunVl I11linll'ltllt,4. i ntlll f.ltlPft.llll h" " I. Iiil.I .l.nltA fsk. ...I.lrt i".'t lottors Hiithnrfypcl tho vi(.tiHion of Aniprivnn cltilirntioii position to tho new law, thnt Is tn nowvtni null(It(U Is i,ii iiiiiiu. iiuv eclvrliy, pmlinielnc know no loncor mi ditVorent To tho Farmer, 7 .Minlntpr nl WflHlilnctoii to tho oniirpssp.! Iniolfl wn'stcil Inclto contlilpnon tlnit tho now perimentf, properly handled l low jirlcri, Hundreds of home people X nmlDffrrel ykhi,1 1kdI at mnrkot tor 1'rpfliilpnt from Spiilu. the expansion of ln will Op fairly unit impartially no., PAn l.mw ft Rf.lnilll limn ..Intolril x u nn teriut itool to otUclnli- Inform tho crui-t- . lie ri,iiniiucTi'r-iiuuutestify to its saloty, solvency x nftpr tlio hot iilphtHAml l.nt wIii.'h will nml thin tho Kreneli Mlniatrr ilid.ttprnatlonal comiiiprco throuRh tliemlnl8toroil. Jmle Pryor has lii Hip Soerptnrr of ' nliriirrniinn nf rotrlitlvo tarlfts ouesteit tUo party oomniiltees of of mid Hammer clvo place to dor and irood management. Ifjouaro- : To tho Laborer: snowers In Angus mtcrctcd Miiiicii'iit toiicsire iiirin- :: pnntry whr work h Inst- - nml tho rpmonetizatlon of silver, tho different cotuities to rccoin.i' '"S1"" B' . State Dny. TlieronsiiltiUioti r ..111 auti uutro iri.ii unvaiiroi.u .,0 .1... ,, nn...i ,v,. ill.. .....; .. j ilia ni,ini ill.. nil .Mn ..11 unn, 1.. t..t . .: , nriiiiiiiiii.iiiiiiiiin. o "I 'I"" .ri'rt'iiiri ill I. To Herenil hours, Hie Presldenti Itmn fur as Oulm U oonaorunil, mend persons for appointment as oominnnds three or four limes tl't.rt;e ' in giving it. tho merchant: for its nenrncsfl to tho Uultod Stall's county commissioners, thereby price of Northern Bpod notntoei. reeelrinir the luoposition fciVHl onpnlnim. whr honrt.litttSlCllifjIllR tllO lulontlotl tO tlBVf sellititf for 8 per bushel, whllo th' DKMtll'K tl'Y. xnftfc' lutlno4 exu W utTU4 oji Uh .KV one mlflit say coiitltfunun, its ppace rbspect fully, and iiroinisine ; ; iruuk On In net together, ami wonderful fertility, will soon In- Republicans, Domoorats nnU Pop.' best Northern ltowii, in the sain to call his Altgcld, n Democratic e gnver-- , 11 Tn iho. --MnunTnniurnhouse, sell at SO cents nor bushe .. w vito a teeming iiopulation froth nliBts tpprosputeri 911 the conuty Thov are then give nn nnielul reply. jnst ns superior to Norll nor 01 ni i nnjo. 'If .1... Dcni- - ' :.. . "" "" nullum, uic Tho public now nro permitted tho United States that will over bonrds. Thus fHr then tlio now cm grown for table qualities. Utt'ocrntio party Is to perform its, :; tn JnI,iim.,i ,l,n,ri,r,..n..b,r,u. to nil Iho kihmI hliTlHk- faollltl? inirkeM l.Uiriil luilucnients lrocfli'ml r tUo ulluvti hi tt to know nntliiug except tho roal whelm in uumbcrs mid Influence comity boards will be nioro nearly as yet wo haro not gotten eiiouci mission it must nssumu the agcres nre rsrlouj IihUUp. than tlio oTd, for for seed, therefore none aro ufiVi slve; it must recognize now unndi sued for ppaoe tho native population, and In this fact that Spain has The t.ll Kttl tiivif, tIoii and must sail with the new tho old law the comity Judge, ed for tho table. illrxclljr thruuKn thn : Thero Is, howepr,little dnnht but why guarantee the maintenance Tho only tjuestlons nro: YVhn currents of dostlnY and see to It U.t iHirllou nf thio HUlra. nil Ulholiol that the negotiations now com. and perpetuity of free Institutions; Clrrk nud Sheriff, wore apt all to vnriotlosT How to prepare than that tho great principles of jusru'itfurlhclntiMiilIn mcnceil will go on to a successful! hut wiisu about tho Philippines,! bo of tho samo political party, o thoy will bo suro to come np. tice, liberty and eiiual rights aro It M tho erlllr, t ro'Jln lo conclusion. It Ib assumed that OOO miles away, a population ofiTho chief objection to tho now No nno will dony mc tho honor p not destroyed. Let It bo reiuom Tusu, (lonil unnti.tlotift art) maJM UiivV the county pooplo. lUw ofllcers being better posted and throwlUfArctl ttjat the acquisition of vant Uie Unllnit States v?l agree toititnnmUMou wtth all linn rnlrrlun Cairo, and no inMgreatilIaT-o- i rar liotliint: less than the siirrondor'lnlmicnl to nil proper Ideas offroo wero elected by the people and in more light on this subjral tfcsn lerrnory 111 nomo nmior jnnorson Tfiuronlili,rrirhalrramruotlirTinKli under .Monroe and under Pierce I frui Cairo Id trua wlttioot ohauif of Onbn and Porto Kfco, and tho institutions, scattered ovor 1,200 tint way, were responsible to tho nil o tn its cnmlilneil. !( yon nro Ihluklnft of oiovlnir, wrllo As to what variety tr plant: did nut weaken the principles of payment of a war Indemnity, to- - 'different Islands, and by trade ami people, if pnilty of wroiiR T lor irtfetpiroruur iiaaunoui, it iuu- r Tho Standard by which nl others tho republic nor change tho dno tMlol titeilIilrl rtii ' ffei'i n with coaling stations in tho1 proximity inoro Immediately etc., but In a majority of conn- - are menBurod Is tho Trliwph, Hl&jtmflt," 74a.trj.,M A9 trlnes of Democracy.'' AflJJtfhri T CJib.ui r .Vdkildt l.n.tDam," aud oilier apnnisii islands, it Is stat- joct to tho influence of other na- - ties they were npoeasarlly oil dem. The great popularity a the see xtjxiaiaiif .VirMirn UnJtfitr SjH Alt " t " I'"' TIIK DKMAMI I'OK llO.MIS. oud crop Triumph, and the high Spain is willing to snrron-- ' tions and other races f ed that or all republicans, Tl'f IU Mf j t ll fW IxaUoador Onlia and Porto Kico, but Is cation, nbsoluto, soems to bo tiro t Tho new stato cnmmlsslonera price they commnnd, thpu or four U. itlW. I.W.UJriJKa. The credit of the government times tho price of Nortkrn seed, too much Impoverished to nay onl.r nrosneut. In such coimnpRfs'iinvn- a itinionit inii tn i,u,.,n an.i m kfU nitrmrloak sold as Northern Sbd,aused our of tho United States kpppa pnee :. (,..- -. imtAiu. .j...... .. .. I. ..!... ..!.. ...... niwiMa. miij mil iiiiiuiiiiiii.1 there may be u century of blood, Mhey will bo criticised and abused country to bo flooded lith north- with the enorgy nud thrift of the The lending features of tho war, and at tho cost of millions of from Dan to Ileeraheba, let them ern grown Triumph soldns second American pooplo. Tho marketing crop seed, and nint nine per of its three per cent, bonds at Peace treaty will first bo ngrped money not ever so fairly. It will be l cent of seedmau iu theionth sold 10H, in advance of their delivery upon by tho hpnds of the two if, necessarily depending theao I, northern grown Tinmph the to tho original purchasers, taken ROYprnmentB, nml then tho details jloistinr; the Flag ot Freedom. upon the advioe of others, they In connection with tho (not that last throo seasons. win ne toriuniatod liy Peace (Join. ironing in the loan authorized by congress It is hc flag of freedom" donnlinnkoarlovooaappolrtmentB second the continual mlssioners. crop from soleit, woll de was subscribed seven times over If ovorything goea """'"""C in some counties. In nearly every r in kinder on smoothly it will tako ono month ovcr rooI'l, county there aro cliques, rings, veloped tubrrs, cut imtead of the by onr citizens, is not less than n I,ri,,lnllli' becouso it is refnso sprouted and panted whole scnsntionnl happening In current sk weeks to comploto self seeking juntas, epmotlmes nn. (the cut pleco sends tn one robust tlnanohil history. It is nt once a hoisted through tho thing, including r.itillcations scrupulous ns to Tnothods, who stotn with two to six hrgo tubers, demonstration of the resources of governments. However, rni" ,,,,"," lrv"T, and blood of may obstruct the fair intention of while tho small tutors, planted tho American people and of thoir whon tho main feantures aro,our ,M,,t,ior 8on8 "'"' brother. the law, or over-ridthe honorable whole, sends up a .nnltitnilo of own faith in the pormauauce of ngrepd to, no armiNtlcn will he de- - nut, eiiouiil the ling of froedoiu and jnst rulings of Judge Pryor. sprouts with a host if small pota- American institutions. toes) thnt has brougnt about this r nliirod, and tho war praoticnlly really not carry freedom to nil we bavo to rtoutond with popularity. IlItYAVM WOMlEKtTL JtEMOKV. its folds, the glorious piotnrc Iiut, ended. "Tlio variety yivcn as stray might bo ohnnged. The indications floinowhnt of this under any la'w. Tho silver leader surprises a beauty ns the ooamon local one, are thnt a deal of troublo is In aud the people can now only is the bliss' triuuph of the catulo well known lady at Fulton. Tho Free"" Trade and Expansion, with fairness and courage. store for the Government and watch gnes having bean introduced by Fulton Leader says: i From tho stand point of free people of tho United States even soodman H. K Bliss, but .MY "Col. W. J. Bryan is famous for Bank Liquidator Welbonrn, of Kerrs, Ark., deserv. his ready wit, but ho is equally as trade, na alwujB contended for by after the hated Sunnlnnls ore to domocratB as The Northern Hunk, of Lexlng. os tho full credit of bringing it es- gittod iu tho power to remember driven Into tonus of peace. That the notice of the pnblio, nml Mntiy re faces aud incidents. from tho restricted homo trade of element of Oubans who hate all ton, Ky., by a vote of Its s pecially as tho gteat second crop membsr tho tiino ho oamo here the protective tariff republicans,' tlio tlmo sidpd with Spnln, can 11,430 to 5, has decided potato of the south, mid lis calls shortly of after tho campaign of '1)0. then nil democrats, like Henntor not be depended upon to love us, to go Into liquidation aud wind up it lied Triumph. It was on tho 18th of Jnnnurj,'D7, "Wjlillo It is not equal In quality whpii ho nrrlvcd unexpectedly iMorgan and olherB, should bo In'or to foetor our frco institutions, its affairs; and the reason assignto tho old Standard, for this Tho nows soou spread nud people favor of expansion. An overload. nml now it transpires that an de- ed was the excesslvo taxes It has Early Ohio, yet it ts more Mrs. Hev. ed home tnarkot, with consumers ment of the Gnban insurgents, to pay. It was required to pay prolific, is earlier nml will make a flocked to tho depot. Hill ran to the train nnd nrrivod liiBnfflclent to boy and nso our who of bII pooplo on earth, should something over f40,000 per year, good crop In a dryer year. J. M. oat of breath. Grasping the forproducts, was the great canso of.be our friends, are openly inimical State, county nud city, and the ltlCB, Viniiew. mer candidate's baud, she said: aaaaava1QavavBflaaaaaaal "Mr. Ilryuti, I have nearly run my o tea -a the suspension of factories that tn us, and arc Incapable of appre- further fact thnt It could not loan aaat aaaaW POLITICS IX Tltr. lUSTItUT. sell to death, but I got here." milininntpd daring tho years of Mr. ciating tho free Government wo nil its money. If when this bank aaC Cleveland's Inst administration. would give them. The Porto tr Stato politics nro discussed to "Madam.', said he, with a twinkle winds up It's money should Jio lB.ft(?-aaa- M 27 n Rrent oxtnnt lit tlio Vlrat tllalrlot Jin hU oyos. "you nro mnro fortuf The gteal addition to our popnln-tloro tUvldotl In ti- nnmo wny. toniDtoit Into factories, fnrinlug, I uenrlw nnio innu i. liiist lall just now. All tho candidates have ITl S"r " !ZCIB'Blaaaaata1 by tho addition of new terri- And in the a rvaaaaafl S"" tataaL Philippines mat- or other borne atfuirs, perhaps flio some friends iu tho Purchase, ami rati myself to death, aud dldn'rl .aaaaH Vfe tory will of courso bring frco ters are oven worse. Of oonreo general public might not be con- spirited argument are not Infre- get there." The incident had been forgotten trade with thom, precisely ns our great power oan conquer and cerned. But If it's capital Is sim quent on tlio stroots of tho small by ninny nud perhaps by Mr. Hill between onr states and terri- - snlijugato them. Bat docs all ply carried into other states and towns. For Onvprnor Goebel nud Stone but imagine her surprise whet; on torfes. What then is to become' this conquering and mibjngating there used, then has Kentucky are spoken of most frequently, offoring her hand to Brynn yester of tho Republican talk ot pauper present a putriotio Geld for our Buffered a loss. while Gon. Hardin still has hit day he said, "Well, you got here nC5s", H--hi9 labor! In tho Philippines labor-- ' nennlo who love individual libertv It is claimed that some of onr friends, and when tho campaign all tight this tlmo, didn't you." from 10 to 10 cents a even abovo National glory and Kentucky laws nro framed inimi- opens iu earnost each of tho can era work for 20,000,000 IX HOLD. day. Don't you rockou that cap- National power T cal to banks, and corporations, didates will find warm supporters lu this neck or tho woods ital will bo tempted to use tMe laand that hence capital Is being Klondikers report aaa I t.at fntif h! . Returning .., tUO Villi "11,1 UllIlt Itnllnt.n !. r .i bor rather than pay American What would yon do if tnVon with a driven from tho State An un- lln U' IICIIl'll) VUlll II.A kl .. IT ",u --LLVJHL1 "P OI gOlU around t Hlll. Hitro attack of colio or cholera morbus reasoning prejudice against banks City this year will be in irorkmen $1.00. nud yonr physician cnnld not 1j rmillly or olooo.oool n i " ili. nciei.borhood snmnionwi' Provide yourself with a and corporations is very wrong. rnrno - ;rn;; , P f I ...! -- . l, wiiu tiioio i mono .i... imiiik bottle of tJlmrnbt'rliun'a Choluru $2,100,000,000 VMSH. nud Diarrhoea Remedy Uolic, you will Bankore and ofllcers of corpora- First district politics. Wl.lln II1C ul,u Jlk .1 mu .1 tnun i .i.i.. .t. I1IIO ,i. m.iii. and "u "luiiuine uuoiii . uursi. .1l.ilnn.,l.l..l ,...nm.... I. then be prcp.iml for wncli an emergency. tions aro simply human beings T,' U0V0 Ot ,M rfr In InV "'.nu ouormous sum yellow UlOtal is The total loss in money and For n:de by Swayuo, the druggist. ' of money to be like tho rost of fan; should bo treat- sides in ionlavlllo properties to tho Southern Stntes Smlill. ' rnnB!,,lM.n.ilr taken from one locality and will DR. S. K. DAVlDSOiN M ed ns any other citizens no moro ' Ju the civil war aggregated, It is Qarcia's Famous Letter. ,h and no loss no discriminations district am w.l mlonb l"' twenty one bundled million ' said, ", ?n' for or against. There Is some- big instructions here. Yet he" la "o dollars, and yet those Southern Wholorer may bo the Justifica- thing wrong when tnouey flies Ao candidate of Jefferson county. f.r.L.u i n.l.V n.,J HICKMAN, KHNTUOKY L1'1 States are, financially, richer and tion of Gen. 8hnfterB course to- Iroin a State, aud honesty should The candidacy of Go. Coulter. ""r L, --' ,nd-investigate and common sense moro prosperous, to 'Jay than ever ward tho Cuban lusrrgonts at -- -!apply the remedy. Oflloe ovor Oowglll & Cowgill's before. Tho Germans as tho price Santiago, the now famous letter of ...v "" uw. wo Drug Storo. of poncn In 1870 demanded tho Gen. Garcia will always briglitenl LAW TO UO INTO EFFECT. WhnS.r?,'knS!!5' Iho neighborhood of 1(K,000 . enormous Indemnity iu money many an Amorican's estimate of peoplo, nud of digging D. a. PAHK. J. O. 8l'i:t(ll!T from the French ono billion do! tho charncter of that old rebolandj Washington, July 23. Tho yet grown oxoitiug. Wheoler Is for gold will tho work go tuorrlly an uoxl law to prohibit the sale of mixed tho Democratic notninoe, nnd is winter. Inrs and two provinces, and raggod followers. No matter Many will uomo away PARK & SPEIGHT, filling speaking France is said to riohor now than whother ho wroto It, or one of his flour will go into effect August ments nomo opposition, appoint- disappointed, and ninny may go withont ltecvcs in all her past history. It ia sim staff, it lironthen a noblo spirit and 12. The commissioner of Internal has boeu given tho Populist nom- huugry. but tho world's stook of! MAYFIULD, KENTUCKY will bo measurably piy wonuormi what an enormous refutes tho charges of enemies rovenue, with tho assistance of ination, but will not announce his gold output of those iucroasod Will do n General Law Buslnoss by tho northern amonut of money a nation, or poo- that he is a looter and rohbor. Augusts Gallaghor, of St. Louis, determination until Angnst 28tb. miues. iu all Courts, Stato aud Fed secretary of the National Millers' Hon. Jerry Porter is most likely to oral, ami in nil tho Courts ' plo, can raise and pay nheu com- Head this one extract from the association, and Congressman bo tho Republican candidate. It ?C00,000 .STEAL. of Fulton County. pelled, and continue to prosper. lotter. Tawney, of Minnesota, the author is snid that Hooves will not bo a (Jlrrn Coilrctloni'. The statement is often made that A rumor too absurd to be bellev of the bill, is now engaged in fram- candidato unless the Republicans Lewia Warner, the Northhamp-tou- , Prompt Attention ing regulations for the oporation fuse on him, tipaia Is .already bankrupt, and ed general, ascribes tho reason of Mass., bank wrookor, who, it 010,000 of ean not pay the United States your measures and of the order of the law. The taxes imposed on is said, got away with Hour aro Tho ureal Oregon. other peoplo's money, was arrestany Indemnity in money. The U. forbldlnj? my army to enter San mixed containing as follows: One 190 pounds, flour barrel ed In Louisville, and carried back. Blacksmith and Underlaker S. will demand 500,000,000, and tiago to fear of massacre aud allowed in one package, or mors The Oregon Is certninlv a won- He offered the detective 110,000 Against the Spaniards. than Ua pounds, 4 cents; on every der anioung battleships. After a to let him escape. Spain can pay it, and still prosper, HICKMAN, KKNTUOKY. according to the example of Allow me, sir, to protest against half barrel or other package con- cruise of about 25.000 miles ahe even tho shadow of snch an idea. taining 08 pounds, MR A 1IIIA1, whtn yon win McKinleN roalllon. cents: on reported in perfect order, nnd in ffrance, Turkey. China and other Wo are not savages, ignoring the every lllackcuiilhliiR ilont, or rrpalra la quarter barrel or other the battle off Santiago alio showed sountrloB which have passed thro' rnlos of civilized wnrfare. We package containing 40 pounds, or as great celerity in ronnovering a aptclall; It Is announced that no conclu-sio- Wagon, &e are a poor, ragged army as ragg more than -- 4j pounds, i cent; on nnu spocu ot movement as n orack has or will bo arrived at ns to I &lno keip 'nil line of uch experiences. od and as poor as tho army of every eight barrel or other naok- cruiser. It will bo the disposition of tho couquorod Undortakor's Qoodc, What Do They Ytant. yonr forefathers in their noblo age containing 24 pounds or less, that she was built on remembered territory, including Cnba ami tho tho Pacitlo, war for Independence: but ns did h cent., Philippines, until poaco is declared Cora mon, Itofcwooil, an J Boll J Illacl Wall nnd her rocord demonstrates tho Oami", wldeh The Bayfield Mirror wants to the heroes of Saratoga nud York- - Tho tax is to be represented In capacity of nut on tho and that the Powers aro moro up Collin anit notice, and oan te fillnl nn at roacootbU wo rospoot too deeply our stamps, which aro now being en coast to tnrn ont perfect speci- favorably inclined toward the prloca. itliort know ''what is tho aim of (he town, (! tab a mil. cause to disgrnoo It with borbu-is- graved specially for tho purpose. mens of modern war vessels. United States since this nation aewepnpero In the District who ohop near tbo jail. nud oowardico. The ponalty for the violation of Heroaftor our Pacific fleets will bo has girou a practical demonstraaro complaining of the action of by land aud tho law Is n tine uot less than $250 built on tho Pacific coast and tho tion of Its strength tho Cong. Com. In declaring Mr. The Rope for I'cuce. sea. Conditions aro consequentor more than $5000 or imprison emulation between Illinois Central E. R. Wheeler the nomlneo without the east nnd west will bavo benoticial ly more favorablo to early poaco mentnot to exceed one year. Mai nlal no UDuri)Mj(i President McKlulcy Is reported expense of a primary eloction." results In tending to elente a than at any tlmo since hostilities DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE Since there was not opposition to have remarked earnestly: "I TIIK PURCHASE UETS NO PIE. standard construction, already the began. highest in the world. enougti to wneoier to briim out hopo for peace." KEHULT Or aloNTIIH. Ab usual the First ilistrict is not from New Orlosna to Mampliii, ft. ioula, This remark Is wholly creditable an opponent, tlio Mirror's ques Loiiltille, Clneiunali, Chicago. Death Uato Small. in it whon it comes to distributing to the humane instincts of the Louis, Cbi From Maiiiililx tion ecems pertinent. Tho end of tho third month cuko, Cincinnati, lo Cnlro, Si ami from Kt. tlio political patronage or jobs. president, but it should uot be so I.oulattllc "Never, in the history of since the declaration of war with J.orila (o fliictgo ninklng ilirtrl oi tlie thirty or forty positions interpreted as to moan thnt the Out Corbett-McCohas wllb through trains from all poind government at Vnsliincton will hi 1ml by tho prison board for Frank among tho proportion of donlliB Spain finds that nation practically tho wounded boeu so without ft navy; Gon. Shnftor iu rolux energy in the peoseoutioaor tort una Eddyville uot a single North, East unit Went small," says a surgical Santiago and tho One of the public Ills caused by tuo war. man living west of the rivers wus tho bnttlo of Santiago roport on possosalon of fliilTalo, aud its eastern end of Cuba, with 21,000 inoliiillncNew VorV, l'lttiburx, Clevelntil, the suspension of active hostiliTho country also hopes for appointed to a place. A relative American surgeons aro Spanish prisoneis ou bis hands Daaton, RIobtnorM, SI phllmlulrliU, aio1i, ties of the war, the past noek, Is poace, not bocanso of uny timidity of Henry George, chairman of the evidently outstripping, in their awaiting their doportatiou. Gon. Iul, Mlnnf CmHba, Kaniaa Clly, Hot Springe, Ark, tho return of tho newspapors to or apprehension, but simply coinmiabioners, was oilcreil n place power to save llfo, the world's MiloB ou Porto Itico ready to land unit UonTor rtosa connection wpb l of the consciousness that without Iiio being an applicant, but power to destroy. aubhsbing oolumus about tho Uie war can have Miealmirpl Valley Itouto Sollii Kuat an army of 10,000 mon, mid Gon. but ono ondlng, hti wi" "cpt '" "o thouh ' Brooko almost ready to sail with Vcatlbule Pally Train fur rico ring heroes. Jnst to think1 nml oi the Dope that q,.,,i True Democratic leaders arc rcrhiforcouients, while others aro In a few months after peaco seen tho Inevitnhlo eu d, and Willi"' That wts only a sop thrown Dubuque, Siou.v Fnl In, that about equally divided on uui iu iitu OIIUIllllUIl unit 11 was u.- - the question of territorial exnuii- - on thoir way; Admiral Dowoy iv (Ivclarod that the newspaper nc( nosoniiugiy. Niuux VAty master of tho situation iu tho Phil. jwctod that ho would bo satisfied sion. Tintnros of Dowey, Schley, lupines; though threatened with and Ibe Went, l'nrtlciilara of ngati of while tho other two commissioners Some of the ofllcers of ho I C R It. hui eqniicotiug lima, ) notrson, will disDuui.no tho months July. Anumt tho natives of the conquered knifed George's and Septuuibir Iwwel ofcoiaplalutH 1)1 v. I'ms nt Camp Algor are disgust- very skilfully Aont, .w aro lunds; Spain anxious to make, W.M. MUltltAY, appear, to be snperoodod by thoso Orloi.ni. ed and threaten to resign because friend iu Western Kentucky and usually most provalont aud at thi-- n m. poace, out aland to tnko the Inulaof Fltzslmmons, Corbott, McCoy, the choice of reglmentH SCOTT, I)l Pan Aeut, Mcui- JNO A. for active livided the fat placos among Uioir on evory ono rthould bo provided witli u nennnut of rbis. ami others of thnt ilk- - Verily, tlio seivlce hooiiis to lie coutrollod by favorites from oilier portions of the bottle of Ohittubcrluin'ii Onlle, Cholu-- i tivo on dlsBQUHtons, threatonod lu with a pros A. II IIAo, o r, .v., riiUapo. uifl Diurrhoca Remedy For ijU by I'. tornul attwapupers mast have hero- politctt pulls at Washington, J'aducuh Itenifltcr. htate V,' .A', KnioNi. a t r a. l,ouivilic. pout of u chuoge lu dynasty. T Swoiuti I ii jr. HI"t THE MGKaUN COURIER, Altgold an Expansionist Alice-Id- . 357 Appointees. Potatoes for August l'Iniih Your Opportunity! HHMtlMHWimiHim.OmmtH)ltm 1. aV i,'nrmnr flnv. I who won m&eY (HiinhiiI e to llimlt JIVom.) n now-crrtni- n - TEXAS Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Musical Instruments. UBPAI1I1MS AWHdALTV. , yc-irs- I i H 4 WORK ISUARANTKBllI - - ii Call and Soc our Now Stock of J uwu.Vy. 4 lv --- - "l.m.. I - Union Nlrttt, IIIUMMAIV, KVl I t-- t ..-- 1 -- uvi -- 1 plt-aur- e n Maj tstio" v I " - m .-- .j. : " Cooking E?mg0s The Best in the World ! - " You Cuuiiot .TltiUr n SllMnliO u uu-tie- r la BuyiugUuc of tlicse Ranges! One of Its Strongest Points Is Its -- " " illn-c- Arkin-iuiI- 'I ECONOMY Bukes Bisbnlts In IN TUB USK OF FUKL1 1 Beml-ulvUUo- d vr, n,.r. - - 1 I count-ccthc- Bujing a "Majestic" menus n Cull Hint Ilxiutiliie Them. Minutes llfu-tlm- Light Bread in 10 Mliiutes. of Kconoinlcul Cooking e Vuu(ll lluj no OlKrr. sub-jln- 1. f S. BRSTAKD. .Mi'.u ri hi.rn or rur. tr.Liim.vra.il SubJu-'oorHt- s I i ,,..., won-dorfu- SIN-rHt- U10KAIAN WAGON CO., ,w...--.'; In-o- every-jsll,rln- e' iBSlmB ho-bot- h e nn-de- HICKMAN WAGONS, HIOKMAN KJDISTTXCICY. VAKMHIIS AM) hhhI J contra-diatingnlslie- WMim NATIONAL HANK, sharp-holder- CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. II sen-tio- IlL'CIIAAS. JK DIB3DOTOB8. liONIirilAJtT. K O P TIIREI.Kr.LD, U .1. fillAW, i l I V3 SB- AUXINPEH. It nUCIIANA MIS CAKK. J A TIKMM'bON. Hi-ca- u - ?f far-of- f CS"7'0 j 6?rfl Hraaaaal rrIJal I't.hl.r. OFPIOBB9 Vlel'real DKN KV J J O IIONPt'UA.NT, KENDALL, i. Itl.nl C.tl.lft ll i i A IllOilf. ox-is- ts KERR & HANDLE, I ;,, ;,':rM: ''" "' ;. ; ,r naon k B i nogs5 ... 5 3 "" Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, &0 ;FINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.' (lonninc Seth Thomas Alarm Clocks for 3 Doors Kast of Laclede Hotel, K. T. TTMH, if1 fi"? 'Snn SSf tr 1.00. srsrrcoXr;fri: V T' 9S HICKMAN, KY. ''J'" HICEMAN N!lllI.I! AVU rrr.l. C. i. IIOLtOSllK. T. Ir,.'t. HIOKMAN, KENTUCKY. I).IiriDCl PltOFlTS f 1O.O0O. 8 it C. JOIItMi. va.ai , aaSaLaJN SaMtaWf Paid Up Capital $50,000.00, Solicits your business. Wn offor the most Llhofn! Aocommodntiojtt to our Customers Consistent with Dhtnblished Banking Principles. X) E, S K. T. TYIjKK 0. A. HOLOOMBK, J. NAYLOIt, tV. H. HftrZKVi J. V. COWOILL, Vf. L. McOUTOHHN, W. G. JOHNSON.. A. F. OLIVER, I KEIO TO '& u Itorit-Khoefn- - ship-bulldo- lipsoii pringS; Macon County, Tennessee Among tlio foot-hil- ls ship-builder- s of tho Cumberland Moriutains, in Maoon courif No hot nijjlita, no mosquitos, no malaria 1 Tennessee. wnr-far- o, oonnco-tiou- a White, lilack and letl Sulphur, also, Clii" lybcatc and Freestone Water's, in ubtinilance. Haiti-mor- e, Cn-Irn- Unexcelled in the cure of Stohia'cn Livdr, lvid'no untl Skin DisCabcs, Dropsy, Rhcumatisnl, &c. ( The urtalysia niailo by Dr. J. M. Sailbrd, of VamlurbHt UuivO'sity nud other infoiinution, ou application to d regl-tnont- a Is-- i - John M, Rogan, Epsob, TcnnrB 1 O nwot murPifMimSifS iJkiS&aiiX2iJZaJ, z? ifi fSzaszLf m TT1 f g t t ,,i mtrVm 3 IWW All Ittotof QUALITY. 71om issbci;. It Fell '4,lf - fS 'WfMMttl4n r ICtCV bNlHt. iu Confirmed. i i tlEADS THE. LIST IN to Our LoUsss 1! toijivolUOKMANhur I'IKST LaHaou, wife of Mr. died, at t lie. home ofhor noice, Mrs. Hottio Wilson, daturduy, tho L'2nd liiflt., of cancer of tho atonincb, nud wna burlud In tho city cemetery, Sunday nt it p. M. S. Mr. WHtwtmmttfmmtntnmffi'fflrnmmiiimmminmfnmi Win. LnvTBOii, g Our Regular TWICE-A-YEA- R tin NM 7" irr i I in nil ini 1. f. -- Wo witrtt to tluw iipiirovtalioti for HlxTiil piitnimii Wo offer a few SPKUlAIiB in tlio A.NCiHm lliruov (M'rt t anil mint orlKlihil stylU In lic-h- A.. 3vtoi3A.a!riEL:Xji. ltiillroiul Time TulHv. 0. Si Young LIME, Mon's Light BuggiiTs St. L. It. ?ral T.alii No s I a v Tlath N. I i in p Twin N t In ii id This road iiuLra close cimnrcllnn with Hi I.. A N al McKfinlf icnlnr luinh, nJ With ll.r N. N. A. M. V ..I 1'aliioal. Juno Hon itolt.r, norili anil I he Newttrn oecom- iiioij.1 ion going aoiiili Nil I, n wit s No a, : Tntlu No VI at I', p m t i Alilim CEMENT. Rough and km Usr, ETC. BUGKBOARD with full Kicki, liko hIIMiik a Hofn rlilhiK' In (iciu bf thuiii. oil DOORS, BUNDS, SASH, SHINGLES, Local and Personal, (Jus Unrtl, of Fulton, wnh !u town Sunday. Tlio wheat Ihrrtshlni: season , IH oon lc ovof. MrDwn t.'s 1U1I IlllKKK-- inidi:s kioht, MAicnTnAMtyitiHt vi: Builders' Ah;iyn ol Material himil ksow irr crosaea and burdens, and those who wcro with liurln her last daya woudcrcil nt her culm, peaceful roaignntion. She ia now at real; tlio enrca nud burdens of thia life are buded; und tho (Jnd of truth, juatico and rij;ht. that Bcnrcheth und uudcrataiideth all lieartc; must give to tho wearied eoul otcrtml peace. m. Kbllgioua RcrvIccA wpre by Itev. Archer Honuher, episcopal, of which oliurcli tho ilecpiiaod waa a inembor. Tho was well known In this community, havinc; r it. I tied hero the router part of her life, nud hero her children grow to womanhood und manhood. Oonuected by kinship lunl loop itHaiciiitiou with moat of our IiphI nionli. lmr (loath excitee the doepeat aympa- thy. A mom Unvoted, IovIiil', aelf nacrMcIng motiier nover lived; and ao a frioinl slut wna always loyal and true. Her llfo had its poll-ducte- d B CLEARACE SALE but 1 o Will commence TO DAY. A litlio cnrller than nejiaf; we nro overstocked to somn linos, und milHt m'ovo them. Wo Hint t tho ball lolllnj,' with 20 Per Cent. Discount Oh Oafpoto, MutlinU und Huga, Lnco Curtnlna, Oountcrpanes, Shoota und i'illtiw Gaecsi in I lilh salts will also io A largo lot of Wasis Goods bI ninch lower pricca than ncrotnfrito. . Ho for Figilicd Dimities, a large lino of patterns, worth 8c. Tor any of our lOo Lawna find Organdiea. 8 lUJo lor choice of I .In Oigandioa. , a, Fine Miiussnliuo DeSoio and Imported Organdica ftt nbout 2 a Up to the time tliu article , is I, , i written, wo have scon no confirmajcr.iliK tion of the tfotfs .fort; startling special tlicpdicli rilimit thg attack ol Gen. Garcia's force, Upbr, the Spaniards who were march-in- i; tu Santiugg lo snrrcntler Tliin silence is remarkable, and if lianl lo unjer.staiiil if the report was eorrpct. In none ol Gen! Sliaftcr'a diajutclicw, given out lijj the government, ii any mention; made of rucli an occurence, and tlio AMnciated Press diapalclieit have made no reference to the matter,' Tins lank of confirmation, after tlio lap'o ol suveral ilays, raises tlio. prcntimptioii that the report of tho battlo between Garcia urpl the. Spaniards was a rcnsntlonnl fake or that the incident was gioJy exag: geralcd iiy a too cnterpriseing 1 N. It. Gen. Shofler (niiti-inlic.f- an? such report. t ALEX. A. PARIS & SON; WllOt-HU.t- ! AND RtTAIt DCALFK4 IS Ilulf t'ribe. ' 1 rs& Will 'lirfrftilly innko OftlmatM on any iuutlty (liwirt-il.mil Ku.innitm ltiwist jittcos , W O WivTRi.tnikRut,CHiitO!i,Ky, Kyn he luw sold I'l.iiitntiou Chill Cam tor mniiy ymn, nud auioiiR tint many ohill toiiliM ho lludit thu l'luutatlm thn Jiiotst ndiuMo he spIIh, as it uc', iliiTerciit sCLOTlUNG:--- - & fl.3.2('i 12.00 10.00 ONL-Y-i Pittsburg Coat Lot from the ntiluino toniw. which only .n'.. "vt xi All bf oilr finest Salts go In this Sale JIO.CO 112.50 at for for for all Rrvitj", from TlrK - Pool to Snk wvv(- - 20 Per Cent. Discount: Prices runga from ('i.OO to $4.00 po City, we In town Sunday. Attorney It. S. Mtirrell, or Fulton, was In town t'ueHilny. fciV IIhvo jnn Horn aiiiw'u ,r, Id nnil J5o counturH f Tim Kplepopul are to enjoy u Jiionlo on Ilamhy Pond to-da- Mr. Tom BntehiPC, of Fulton, Vtbs In the city Sunday. Mr. M. A. Mntt, of Union Oity, vrftii In the olty Hu n ilny. Mr. John Bransford, of Union A tJAKl). Suits Suita Mlsneei apcut Monday in Moscow. Mr. It. ('. Buohniinn, or HnftV lo, N. V., was In town luut wpek. Ky w Jessie mill Anon Out-ten- , ll'n n ifiii U ' Dr. Loii Nujlor, of Cnyco. was In the city on business IIiIh uoek. t,W Minders worth iV kiiim l' ' IT inch Hup Minn Hello Dickey, of Ncwberu Tenu., lo visiting rolntlies In tlu blty. Misses Olllo nnil Kiln Belt, Hrp Visiting rclntlwn itt Ureenlleld, rnl l liar ilii'K & N'l.um Tenn. This life may lo a lottery, tint Mr Ilnvi yon seen tlip photo. that thosu I for liSc, at ltoscdnloVl It Koiiprully InippPiiH CrupliH. who tuuk tlio hurdcHt draw tlio If not, why not t lii'L'OHt prizes. Vrnn oolleacucH ooiubluod apilnat him, and elected nil tho oflloura. y-i- v"" "" - - V" T" V Tho V. O.T. U.'a will meet with Mis. Dr. Hubbard, on the MIhh Kiithnrino Handle, nftor Hubbard farm Friday. A tic. Gtli. a fow vpiikh lslt to Martin and Thoy uit,cnit giving n ttuppcr returned homo Hatur aouiotlmo about September lat. tiny. Dr. N. .1. 1'aHchal la tuakinj: W. N. Hholton, u pfonilnont proparationa to have a blc Bale or oltiKoti of Lnkn county, died at town lots about tioptonthor 1st or . I fit ti In what la known an Foroat 'Hilton vlllo, Friila. of typhoid Dale Addition to Bouth Fulton. Mr. Itonard A. Hoar., of Fill Tho Hickman Holler Mills ton, K., and .Mimm Floruncu Fry, operation!) lust week, unof lltblmnl. Mo., oro inarrlod, der the tnauasoment of Mr. 8, M. Monday. It ray, tho now owner. Thla la a d Wpnther i still whowory and tlml olasa null, and ahonld be by our pcbplo. an fiiiimmsL' corn prop is oHsurcil. It hIm) lookn liko anothar bit; uot lil'NT tlie world over ann yon cannot Und a lxttprrt'inelr fnrlnwi'1 complaint ton crop. than ClumlM'rl.'ihfrt Colic, Cholera mid I.Iiicii 'oIlnrH 10t. Di.irrlioo.i Hoiiualv In fjot juitplo from all over the world send to America for 0vxl Klylm. No 2!() ply I,lmn this mcdlciuo For snlo by riwjyno. the IVIImn fur 10c Am as nny 2U L.P.&W. S.Ellison I tiko Hill method of rxprcssint; my Stato I'riaon Oomminaiouer Honry (Jeore, It is mud, threat-uIi- thutiks nud the th.lilks of mv foiiimir:i. tl"ii, to nud mi'iiilxTH of to roaicn, boeauso hin two tlitrircnt tlio p.itors in IIickmu.ii. for tho c.hurchi'H tlm OhrwtiJH they i;avp to tho rccciu mcftiiiK. nun nlMt to tlie City Council and th County ofIici.il fur tho use of seats so kindly (ututxhitd , und to uio menilicrH ol the choir, v?hoio excellent iuuhIo contributed go much to thr-Unions pluHiiro of tlio occasion ami iudocd, to nil who in any wise ruvo a neiping u.imi. itisisxit rally. W G Hi:i-ln lfi.00 Suits sccorliug to (.THile. ipinlllr of (hi Col la nil h nnrne, tba diirereuce in tie liie of i Lo lump. Ton, Th Snio to continue for two weeks, aud these prlcea for CASH ALEX. A. FAKIS A. SON. . '' L P, & V. S. ELLISON. Jin-knol- l, ..iui.aiu.ui.uu.uuuuu..iu.iuuuuuuuuiuiuuuuiaiii THIS IS THE TIME OF 3 Cash Book Sift Splendid Selection of To-r- batPn tho system of all uiaUriul fwison autl tie Kuar.iuteoa it. O H MoiuiM. Diuccl't. Moscow. Kv K.iys ho KidLt Plantation Ohill (Jnro nnd tlmlrt it suits his trado Ikc.iuio it ir.ml YEAR& Taxes Wanted! Myself or deputy will be tit tlio following places, to-lFulton, nt First Natiotinl Bank. Friday and Saturday. July 22ud und 23rd t: new books, stationerV.NOTIQNS; Cull nud see our Slock. WHEN --- V f f"- week. Somo nipn nrp bo luy t lint they nro unable to dodge u slow fever. Miaa Jiatolla Millard, of Union Olty, titdtcd Mrn. Norn Fmjua Inst week. W-Obnrrel of round hoop Olilo river Bull for "Co, for Dm next 34) i!hj. nt M. II. SiiAw'a. Mian BosHe liloodwortli, of Mnrtin, Tctili., Is (siting tlio Mins-Paris. A number of liovs en inn nvor from Union Olty Sundnj on tlmlrf wnooia. Mpm Hornno Lutpn.nnd 101 Tiiilnr, of Fulton, vlaitod the city B u inlay. For good Photos, co to Itoaodiilo, VI well llnlnhed (Jnbluet PhotOgruplia for Cl.DO per Dozou. Tho rlvpr Ih falling rapidly Ahd will soon be down to tho low water murk. Mr. nnd Mra. Ilnrdy Mgon 6f Uulon City, vialtcil relatives In tho city Sunday. MIm Mary Walker, of Dyers-liurg- . la visiting Mrs. Goo. Ilarllet On Troy uvonue. Thcro wero apvoral wagon Irtnda of wator melons on tho atroot Saturdav. oo Mr. Paul BImw, of Kfate Lino, In tin) city on Business this Thore in no dlurar.c in belnc poor. Tim tlnni; In to keep Utot and not let tlio nciuliburo know nni tiling about it. Odo of tho soldier liny n nt the front wrolo liin bent girl a tottor on h pioco of Imrdtauk. Thnt wan Rwcot broad to her. czv&z?OGeQ&zY&mmmm9 TllK (INLY Iil IN lirCKMAN The frieuda of P. Wat Hnr din claim that ho will carry West ern Kentucky over Stone- or Goo- be). Thoy claim thnt tho friends of Bryan nnd lilackburu tiro also Ilurdou men. ioro than 2.000 yellow fovor ensea in our army, reported by Gen. Shnfter us very mild cases, la not a pleasing fuel, nud imikca teruia of speedy poacoall thomoro (lrDKKant. Dr. A. A. Faris, Mies Allelic desirable. The Mnrrny City Council has Allen, Mrs. a. It. I'urkcr, MiMea T.icht and Mai Fnria, and Miss Jim passed thla ordlnuuoe: "Jf any Voodon poraou shall tie or fasten any INrker, attended tint or similar contrivance to WcildiiiRofMr. und Mrs. Furis, nny dog or other animal within on Wolf Inland, Sunday. city of Murray he filial! bo lined The Kpworth Lenpuo will hold tho Its recalur nipotltig nt the Metho- otio dollar." JSomo Louisville dist church, thin ovoniup, nt eilit returned from tho Atlanta reo'clock. All young people, autl especially tbono who nro luembora union somewhat disgruntled ChnrloBton beat Louisville of tho church, are cordially itirlt-onud threat. for Lite next to nttond. en tf wltlidrnw from tho U. O. V. Aanlolation outiroly. A few weoka time to think will bring pcuco nnd hnrtnouy again. The prceont heated torin has brought out tho usual hot wcuth or advice uot to get excited, not j to eat meat, uot to drink liquor, in weiir ngui uiuwiiug, iu mil ioih nruoEST of fruit and nil tho like of thnt. STOOIC! Prcservo humnnity ia colng ahead, nowoverna It did mat Bummer BEST nud ban done it iu nil previous summers, doing just na it ploilaes VALUES iu tho regulation of ita personal conduct showing that advice is tlio cheapest commodity in tho world and about the least regarded. x o d J Blood Purifiers AND &; July Alexander 2Gth. Station, Tuesday. Every Chill Tonics The Interior or a AKK All those nun'.t Cayce, July 23 nud 20. Jordan. Tuesday nnd Wednesday August 2nd nud .'Inl. Thursday nnd Friday, thing up to date. Furniture Store Is a very Kood place indeed to vwt. Hero yon will Mini many for lirihteniuK your home. Ypu will tirobalily Hnd something to parchiwo prices nro section ol Mntson'a Switch, Friday, AugIN DEMAND. ust 5 th. Thnrstlny, Friday Ilipkninn, commonly iwcd in this and Saturday, August il, 12, 13 Please bo prompt and let us havoyour taxes. the country can lie J.T. STKBBLKFIRLD. Sheriff Fulton Co. Maiiy Bkukndks & Co. . &. (Succrssor lo Wm. Dlestelbrlnk,) DKALEB IN I Btttisttj FOUND' Al Swayne's Drag Store. 11011 St, Louis anil Tennessee River Packet 60. Fancr Groceries ana Provisions; MGKMAN, ZST ItLANKS 1IAPTI.KI1. KENTUCKY! NOTNEftRLYSOHIGH BoU Blanks, tho nogro rapist us you may think who alitraged tho littlo child n't In any event pi vc us n vb.it. Wo will Mnyfiold, und who wna couvoyod wait fur the buying p.ut. You will liv Gov. Brudley'a militia to his surely want fouii'thiiii;, .lometime, and trial, was found guilty, and sen if you know i h.it a pood .toek we havo tenced to bo hung August 2(3 lb, mnv, fihi will cumo to u then Stephens & Smith. 'o Enthuhlr.r (In St Louis and Mcmphld trade ) Telephono Store No. W; St'r FBKD HEROLB Iivives St Louis Tuesday ovn at S o'clock for Sfcm- idencc, No. Ofi. oven' idil-Will pass Hiclmati every Wed- ncsdiv oveuniR for Mompliu Loaves Memphis Friday iioou for St. Loni. has made a profession of roligion passinj; Hickman ovcry Saturday uis'ht. St'r CLYDE leives St I.ouis every nnd was baptized iu Louisvillo Finlay jail last Sunday. Tho governor i.tnsiui; evening C o'clock for aMemphis. Hickman everv Satnrlar evr WITTING; PKEE DELn'EU. Eesi" ThcCasiiGroccff I. ! and ho will therefore hang. Blanks Sloudav noon, paiiug Iikkujan ovcry DEALKK IN Tnosil.iv uijrht still niKrma his innocence. i f For other lufoimatiou, sto or ftddrcf?. STABLE AND FANCY GROCERIES V J BAUUY, Hiclmau, Ky tVfluls CiJiOO T'iikc"'-.- - refused to commute the sentence, Leaves Memphis for StJ Louis uyery k Shoes to Fit All Needs, All Kveu if your ptirao and good-looking, Don't Forget Pocket-book- s, Tastes, is a All double A, wo can find good shoes stylibli ones, too, lo fit them. Wc make Leader. The Baino paper reports that his speech was well rocelvod in KKPOl.T OF THE CONDITION the dny. 01" TtlE aud evcn'tKiiii? they serve will bo NICK FAHMKRS AND MERCHANTS' aud CLEAN nnd FllESII r VA'I'lflX.M. It.V Niv That COWOILL A: OOWG1LL nro ru uing their e OongrosBiimn Charles K. Wheol- or rottirnod lust night to Puducuh. Quito a number cutno to town to hear him speak; but the lack of menne to got all there ut tho same timo prevented 11 Hiifilciently lurj.0 nudioiico collecting, nud tlio ap pointment was called in. rulton The Santiag.ins have struck it 5'nrui for Mule. rich. Tlio Army of occupation My farm, miles hasn't a thing to do iiut to bpend Hickman, situated seven hundredbelow acre. contaiuluir ono greenbacks. There has not been M land, moro o.- les. Two ifood set.1 of such a boom iu Santiago for 200 buildings and mutt of the liuid cloarcd. years. Wish 50,000 yankees would 1 nfler alove mentioned dace for sale , apply to come back and capture Vipfcshurg For tutus etc Mrs An'nik Bauki'ii, some more. Viekbburg Democrat. Tiptouvillo, Tenn. - TOBAGOOj CIGARS,- - ETC, Mr Stock Is always Krenh and Cooiplelt, and I iiwlte the publio to comi nnJ nr Caab paid for m. Troduce. Witling', old Unud, Cllnlon street,' HICKMAN. KY. Soda Fountain, .r WHELW TOXJ "WANT Groceries, $50.00. llrlllL-- four nhl VnrriHnm n Htephciis iV Smith for repiirs ExjHTt norkiiiun. and work done with neat IjeiM a specialty of getting tho Coca-Cola- nud despatch 7f0 car loads of water melon; wcro shipped from ChnrloHtou tho Jiaat two weeks. Miaa Lora Wblpplo, of Htuto Lino wus the guest of Miss JCatle King last week. It la estimated (hat twothirda 6f tlio male populatioir of tho world uso tobacco. JtYculi Rulk Turnip NoimI. Voi'y Best Shoos it is possible to got and then making the prices. always comes firbt, luittlic prices are moderato "Wo A LoathT Otnrtir, Silver Triinuntl, al HICKMAN, in His STATE of KEN- and COLD. , Fruit Nectar. Ices. Phtw Leather Ciuihlnu, Solid I'.mel, Spring TUCKY, at the close of butiness, nhutes, Crnsheil Fruitn, Lomonnde. and Back Biifiry tor fJO.OO. Only u fow. July I lib, 1603. druiks, as cold as ico Can't Ik' dnplicntid. other Alfkeo McDamcl. can muKu iiicm. HEK0UHCE3. Hardware, QucciiswurcV arfrf Quality The Old .41 lent Ion! Ilolinblo Hamburg-Broineu for all that. LoAim nnd illncdiinl", f 19,811 '2'.) .'1 H.1 OvtrJ'ftu "eciiicd ami una'riirei) U S. Doaila to jocuro circuUtion 1.1,600 00 llaakinf house, furniture acj are making bargain prices on all low cut shoes and oxfords. Union Oity Sunday. An nmntetir la aomntlinoa egged on tho Btugo by Ida friends and eggod off by tlie public Mra. Itoovco, of Uayoo, paid a viait of Hcvoral dns to her son K. D. Jteovos, la?t week. MIhbob Sarah nud Anglo llnya, 6f Jackson, Tenn., nro viailing (heir aunl, Mrs. M. Uuudle. Mian Itessio Scutes, of Unlriii City, ia visiting Mra. .1. J. C. on Troy Avenue. Mra. irowitt, of Carbondule, ill., ia with hor (Iniigbtor Mra. W. l. ltultzor, for uovorul woeku. Mf. Will LawaobJ, of Momphla, ns In tho city thia week attend-futho funeral of Ida mother. JajtV' Chonpor plcturna nud better pinturos. Don't fall to boo jihdtos made' by Hosodulo, 1 for lion-durant, g Now is a chnnco to uot OOOD, FHI'.dll . 8EEI). Call nt Tho funeral of Charles L. MorMiaa Julia Jackson, ia visiting Hoi.coMiin'4 Diti'o Stouk ris, Fulton, occurred Sunday, at- Iu Troy thia wook. Meaara. Clifton Jonpa nnd tended by a largo coiicourso of Mr. Will Glovor, ot Oloi'ton, Jttok MnthewH uiuno over from frlnnds nud relatives. M.NMMeQSMMOM RICE & NAYLOR. Fire Insurance Co. will insure your wheat in field or baru. For rates, aee 3. II. KUTKENDALL, Ag't, nt Fiii, M. Nat. Bank, llickmati, ivy. ; Other roal csi.te uoj aiorljjuges l'j.oat St ownoJ Due from approTed reicrve sg'ls l,W)5 S'i 361.0- Cliec'iii and oilier otab Ileum Fraciionikl papar cutreucy, ulcli- 2? 10 elj aud cents Specie, , fulurai. 3.000 WMKm Xjscifc3C-c3- . I'rcsli Meafe; go tV dS? J.OilT.ftS I .' .! ?rrpj ivgJV '.-li- V V ' i 1,170 00 Legal teuJor notod, Itodrmpllon fund rrith U. S. Ireasurer (6 pr cuut. of Vy&eq'rou thiuk of haviug yom- - life &&' ov circulation) insuwririo first question should be, "Is it dV?" Thu Mutual Llftf of New Total, f'Jt5,07ti9i Are You Insured? 3E3Loig,ox"'Sa;i M'ibb Clarn May Carpontor has Returned homo from if ploaenut Visit to nn aunt ih Jucksou, Totiii. l'alitt! I'uliil! , I'tiiuIZ 11 Onino on and inspect our stock, which ;itho LAKOHriT WKI II1KHT town. Auothui lot poiiiuik. Wo still it, nt HoiooMits'tiDuiM aioau. CspIUI utook paU In. S50.000 00 35t XX).000.00. suildus Obion county, died Woduosday 35.01H).(HX).00, D, 800 00 Buriilus fund, you Vill very naturally suleot that ) Tlio now Kplscopal church la night. Uuouloed profits, k'fla w tho safedt. Hearing completion. When rapidly 770.48 and taxed paM, Sovornl wagon londa of Hlok-maUpon askiny tho second question, "Is finished, it will bo tlio haudaomuBt tho infract u cood oiro?" you will 11ml National Dank noiesoutetuudiug 11,'JoOOO pooplo aiiont the day on Blue r.TO.Hi Due to otlmr Nnt'l Uank church eilllloo In town. ilio Chocolate Bonbons. that formMutual Llfo lsuis every Pond Thnraduy. of Lifa aud Eudowmoiit In. rnJlYiduldepoll8uljctloch'k 28.17iJ.00 Mlsn lleaaio Thwontt, an no Mrs. Anna Dodda. aud Ilttlo fOR BAlE BY sum co, Iuvostmout Bonds aud Annui f'JO,078 01 Tolol, pompllsbed .outig Indv of Helena, oliild, of Shaw, Miaa., ties, and it will bo im easy matter for uro visiting1 COWGILL&COWGILL,-- f Aik., la visiting hnr formor clusa roiauvoa in 1110 on u gM a contract especially adapted Sun qf Kentucky, County nf Fulton, u: city. to ur inclinations and circumstances I J. A. Thomn'ou, Cuahler of tli aboTe mute, Misa Mabel .French. MKUOGIHTH, In r idy to vour third oucstlon. "In ft n tioud bank, do itnlemnly wtteur thai tlie Tho Loynl Totnpornrrtjo Loglon Judgo Kearby'a Quarlorly will meet Saturday ufternoon, Tho Mutual Lift Mm? a pure abaie aiatomonl I. true to tlio beil of uiy che.-iNO NEliltO YOTIXO IX HAWAII. Conrl wna in session Monday and ly inn'uai compmy furmlu-- Insurance knowledge und belief. of Ftiday, ut five P. M. i'p members nt tho oa?r cost, am! to Tuesday. Tho largest dookot beJ. A. THOMPSON. Ca.bier. von invontiKiitiou tliat Mlsa Nettle Ilortwook, who Prcsideut McKitiley Ima given iltiruvill find mwli yuars of Subscribed nnd aioru to before me Ibis fore that court for many years. tho Com- 'J7thduy of July, lii'Jti. this has boon abaout foraovornl woeka lnntrnntiniiH to tlin niurli niimilnl. rm 'i . ........ .v ...v ..V....J l.. so ux.ee! existence, It Tho now office of the Hick- ut Tiptonville, A. W. LI.NH3AY, N 1'. returned borne yes- eii nmyaiuin commiasionors, nntl, entiv uiauau-ed- . thathas uver.ii?o rrHt tho man Wagon Co. ih Hearing com- terday, ho wauto nothing to create tho to Members, of each $1,000 AHcm Correct pletion, nud when finished will bo II. Ht'ClllVAN Mr. A. h. Chiteator nud Misa oxpeotntiou that It la to bo admit- - li ,''-'- ,0S1 Bian in any other Com-teornament to our main street. or As.sient onlor .1. J. C Hoiiiukani. Director Mttoii insures na a atnto. Tlio problem Uo- 1' V Dora Clifton, wore united iu TMs Compmy TlIllEI.lt.Ll both men and U. The vory oxcltod election for 011 the 23rd, by Judgo Konr-by- , frtro il.n nn.n..,i..r..n lo ao,...,r... u in any iiniimut itom fl,(XM) to Sohool Superintendent nt Union tho ceremony beiug performed liko that which confronted tho wi Jl.ucO.OW, af nites acaniling to npo and City resulted iu thu olectiou of nt thu court house. whito pooplo Iu somo of tho South plan, rangiii? from J10.00 Ui IW 00 per Dr. Konnedy by ern states in rouonatruotion times 1 000.00, Don't wait 'till yoir get l'k, ma The Ladioa Aid Society, or Bdmuton i entlrt control hut yon are now tho commission la oxpootod to liav ifuo iuiuraiiui) iu mnl health, and of Will AWrmht Iivery mSt.tl.it luwuit jority. the tho Baptist Church, gave nati'ppor recommend legislation couinll with It thnt will Elliiup iilmiu it. or if yon have a Elittle iHiuitbt out Mr Wriirht. Ifn naki tin A litlio moro than n venr ago nt tho Cltv Hall Wodueaduy night f the we weio ungngod in campaign' which was highly enjoyed',- and givo Hawaii control 6f its looal insurance, and feel liko you need miiiio patroi.iKe to.tms, public, and ctiar.iutirej s uico I'uwies .mil K. It. BUUpn alwut it, of sllvor und gold; now we nro in trom which thoy netted a nice affairs nnd at tho sumo timo niako inor", consult havo uufortunatulyjoiuiilor lixul. sifo m should soii.ildo prices. il certain that tho control ia exor if y tho midst of a campaign of stool stun. .Sixiioty, or other cised by roputublo citizona of tho mm" I ussossuiciit riuoiiTAiiJi'rou ohoaii tnsiirauc concern, and and load. t.ii: . , Tho Loyal Touiporanco Legion i.L..io woo " ,i """"""nuni." a"l lj " n'oae ..:: hav Hiuc0 found it to bo a delusion and Wing irunliugClub, Will givo Luwn Party at tho Tho llluo A irood farm, near Hiikinau. luttablp ooi up muiniuiuuti uio roptlli- a n in , iw thuv all are. and if it is not of Mrs Leo Klllaou, next llo ahull cnntlnuo to bo the oon-V- t of ClniksviluvJVnn , hue purchaa latoyou will nud it to Mnr ' for I) lirv and Stock purpAsmi, (Mod start ed grounds on Keoil'ont Lake, and TunniI.iV ovotiui''. Tuero will bo oloiuont. Thom Ik llknlv v.iu' igo to consult B. K Ellison alsiut tor fruit, in Rood emttvnuon, gtaxl ium JnlN will ptuuood to eroet a hiitidsomu nnukntiil potulo races for tlio bo a to bo ntilto u Ihuly timo iu ,, ....... u..,.,., ,. ..... eaud othfci uppoliitmeiito. ou theterms ibove owritnw iu isMOHdlilit and commodious olnb houao to be mid g ru, also ico cronm nud'eako gresa.iioxt winter, when tho ouui. ready for oucupauoy Sifpt. lat. 1 lotwUso. VkMiir St JiulHalou'iniikuH its ropdrt.nv ifork at Hlokmuu, Ky. "NAME ON EVERY PIECE." all fuaueial institutious, with Assets, com-pan- Yorljiolnp tho largest and Rtrouprj-- t ol LlAniLlTIES. cxpt-usc- JVL n LOWNEY'S B. Shaw, ;;. Groceries,. "Froo Dolivbrj" r.i.t -- dfcslr-abl- Hardware, Queensware s jGS F , V tlfty-tlv- o - I Ik-c- J - d X. 1111 mar-riog- - -- 11. The BEST OFFER Ever Made by a Newspaper!' ;j 11 two-thir- d 1 Announcement. , 34 Tbo aeml-waeV- ly LAHliL- PAi.CS KVEII WEKK KOlt ONLY - "J L5Q 1 J t 11 - o- - 1 su. 11 o - Con-,1',- - ,,aTu ,,,,. Popublic. tho best teneral newsniper printed in Ilia ocl;, aud 'I'be KeruMlo oiiiisintn; ill tlie nawa in rljht rige twioc-a-Maili-- l Murfjuie onn vetr fur si Ni Tho Hi public tiuaijy Man itlu wm iio nowiiripfr succeii of lS'lT, A, home journiil of t tic beat olw, lb Lirite pneM every we'k, yitft t( lun, It It cental u niurp hlgh-chipajen of ihc brUhteit and best realln printed ldolures aud carioom lliaa were evtr altenii'led in any niher uiblicaiiim. Mote noted writers and arti.ts coiitriliulo to Tae ln;iMiu' than lo anj uilur Wosturii pullicatiun. Ibg Mia..iiiu will b loid only In oinr.rcllon with tbo Its. publlo, but i willed separately e.ioh reok. AUjrots an urutr lo worKI, st se'iil-week- ly rira-.ta : esKrYmi.!', m. auu'f:rio. J ' o vfi&!&BE2fwm&MW?mm. &fmtEMmmijm ;,T'&itiu& ui m .4Hkofl ajMBMHIIWIPfW1! -- T .JWui' - a,- - r- - tt- .HMti'-- .....-.l-a- - - '' a e- i i in -' L si .q .. .a :.. -! i : ' fesidsu' ..?.::f'FT",i.:' .'--S- i i t . ff - w mu iium , .'."t'.'l . . !..- - .'.:"htimwuwuin - ...,..- - a:uwi . ?'"' " - '.''" '."H"' unu i'iMsr .nt '' - ..y .,.-. . Is .,, -a-aaa-aaaa V- ""saTr' wsll.V "TV r ?55 , . ci '.jiii .fT.TV. T .".'' . 'fi. 'V -- sr - TSiJvi":, , ,. ' . V -'' v. ' P,"f""jC . . m B5 .m) qjqfltm0m!imf4gemnii',i'' vtmrwmmmmf li , 4H ' iff .' ? tf I , hrffc' I y I pnrents who do not think It wrong to "That field of clover Is tho Mvlcat," "That Held caricature aud jeer t the peculiar and another beehive The slaughter was frightful. forms of religion In tho world, and de- of clover is the sweetest." 1 uome In hy The dead anil dvlne were strewn about nounce other sects nnd other drncnl between them nnd say, "Stop till thnuvinda. Xo l'lacc liiattons. It is very often the case that quarrel! If you llks that Held of elov.r Tli rra.h lit milter and the wreck of ms- - Eectnrlnnlsjii flionld Unvo . . ,1 t. -- ...?.. , icri.il t that kind of education net tint the I best go there! If von like this Hold In Religion. wire icsimiiMiy iu mc uniui w..l .I... huir ,uc opposite, to what was expected, and tlie of clover best, go there! but let mo By hard, and then you can pot n ' , "i,". ')ieL. ,. . tnrlr. rvilnnli-resteBdi'lf jou are tired all the Jn that that hire which children grow up, and, after a whlie. tell y ,,,.. tn.n.tfiviairinnirtlieili-tarhetlmo It means that vonr blood Is poor. I th Amtnunlllon o( All t'tirUtlan Itenoni- - go and see for themselves! nnd, Iook- - gets1 the most honey Is tho best hive!'1 Yon need to lalto Hood' BarwnimrllU, tlio j pliers of furniture, slaving without merry inir Into these churches, nnd finding So eoino out between tho churches ot inatloni ahuulil He Ulrrelnl Against great cure for that tired feeling because ; anil spraving with a fierceness that betrayed the people aro good there, and tlie tho Lord Jcstn Christ. One deiiomlnn-lov- e the t uminon Kiiriny ami Not at It Is the great enrlchcr nnd vltnllicr of the Inns nlffrinff n j ft ctlm ileterminatlon to God nnd keep Ills .command- - Hon of Christians say, "That Held of Ono Another Dr. Tat (f the rot nhnnld mount up to You will And appetite, nerve, end It, een blood. maga'a aartunib meats, by natural reaction l.hey go and Christian doctrine Is best," and another a quarter. Cleveland Lender. mental au J digestive strength In Join those very churches. I could men- -' says, "This Held of Christian dootrlud Well. I say, "go v Qnerrril lltiimrir. tion The text of Dr. 'J'nlinape Sunday vn of tho nnmes of prominent ministers is the best"most honey." That Is hern tho tho Gospel who spent their Mb"" you get the "Oh, mamma, I fear the Juk Is not high- Judgx-- xll.i 0: "Then said they unto America's Gnu teat Moillrino. born, after all." other denomination best church which gets the most honey him, Say now shibboleth, nnd he aald "Why, MaiuP" 36c. grace for the heart, nnd Hood's Pills cure naum, imllKCstlon. "We were talkinc of the mooted Anclo- - Klbbolvth: for he could not frame to and who lived to sec tholr chlUr. n j of Christian American alliance and he said something pronounce It right. Then they took preach the Gospel In those very de-- 1 the most honey of Christian ,, slew nun ni me Hut It Is often the case ncss for tho life. about our common blood jtidMnapoit Lh,, 01 lh Ore b on the Journal, Besides that, if you wnut to build that bigotry starts In a household, and Rbor. or th Jordan." tb t that tho subject of it iiever reccre'. up any denomination, you will never n llnahti. in nor. Btnfl Do you notice the dllrcrenco of proAVIirnt IU Cent eia- in innpi ror up with big profit at D How to between shibboleth nnd There are tens of thousands of bigots I build It Howby trying to pull anything'"ixiwu im.AXii." .an v .. m...l..l.j urcrip i rent" ami grow wheatSaler'n lied Cross (M nunciation A very Miinll and unim- ten years old. much has Intolerance tiedown. ample of iiiHiiriiru 4 ibboletli? H book, Ct.for f lliuhels per acie) Winter Wheat, He, Oats, 1 think sectarianism nud bigotry a so coiupllshed, for instnncc. against tho "BI'MMER 1IUMKV And yet twwtkr t Catalogue for portant difference, you siiy. riffirrlMnr Clovers, etc., with l'arm Vi rise from too great prominence of J"y ) Methodist church? 1'or long years her U..L.U or.t.u that difference wns the difference be- one denomination on LONG ISLAND Bssit'ss .'"I1N j in a communltr .V.l ministry were forbidden tho pulpits of K tween life nnd death for a great many g Great llrltniu. Why was It that so people. The Lord's people (illcnd nnd the other denominations are ii In the fields? itMITII. Trao aiaaurr, I. i.. When two men hate each other, they Kphraltn, pot into u prent tight, and and his denomination Is right because many of them preached . NawTsrk, lABf llB r.m't make a decent pretene of being Kphralm was worsted, and on the re- his denomination is tho most wca.mv, Simply because they could uot get In friendly. Women ran do it, but men can't. treat came to the fords of the river or tho most popular, or the most Infl- the churches. And tho name of tho Atchison (ilobe. Jordan to cross. Order was given that uential, nnd it is "our" church, aud church was given in dcrtslon nnd ns all Kphraimltes coining there bo "our"' religious organization, nnd a sarcasm. Tho critics of tho church To Cure n Colli In One they havo Allen's tTlcerlna alTe Is tlicn1r sureeure In Take laxative llromo Quinine Tablets. All slnln. Hut how could It be found "our"' choir, and "our" mlnister;aiid said: "They have no order, and tho the vorld for l'arBlc Clear, Hona lTlrera, They tho man tosses his head, and no method In their worship;" out who were Epliralmltes? a)rafulaa Vlra, Varicose Ulccra, While druggists refund money if it fails tocurc. 35c. critics, therefore, In Irony called litem wants other denominations to ki-tao4a11 Clld Rare. It svelllaa-- Tevar were detected by their pronunciacerar rails DramoiH all poison. HaTescipneand thelr places. Jl U a great, leal "Mcthodlstv" sufferlnc. Caret permanent. Rett salve fur llollt. Ooogle "That mietioneer has a lot of tion: Shibboleth was a wont that ('Mrhaaelaa, Pllea Walt ataeMni, Harm. Tnls I nm told that In Astor library, New stood for river. The Kphraim- better in any community when (ho and all rreali Waasila. Hi mall ftmsll .Tie; liirse, wind." Halyard "He needs it." (Joogle Kie. Hook free. .1. r. Al.I.r.X Mr.lllt'l.NK "Why!" Halyard "llecausc his sale are ltes had a brogue of their own, great denominations of Christian aro York, kept as curiosities, there ore 707 at. Paal, Mlna. Said b Urunlat. Method-Isand small." Town Topics. and when they tried to say "shlb-b- about equal In power, marching- - do book Did pamphlets against Intolerance stop that church? by sldo for the worlds conquest jilre th" always left out tho sound of Wo have not been without Piso's Cure for outsidu prosperity, more worldly )w-c- r, No; it is either first or second ami I tho Consumption for 20 jears. I.irzie Kcrrel, the "h." When It was asked that they is not evidence thai tho churtl Is denominations of Christendom, her RRADF.ItS Or THIS PAPER say shibboleth they said slbboleth, Camp St., Harrisburg, l'a., May 4, '91. in nil parts ot DKSIRIM1 TO BUY AYTHI0 snd v ere slain. "Then they said un acceptable to God. Hotter a barnle.th missionary stations only Important tho Al)VKlTlSr.D IN ITS COLUMNS in Onn reaann wliv "ii n.iva In y bnnesl" Is to hhn. Say now shibboleth, and he Christ In the manger thau a cathrral world, her men not MIOVJt.D INSIST UPON UAVINll , Wa mmixtition alODK that said slbboleth; for ho could not frame with magnificent harmonies rWAivtf religious-trustsbut Important also in iliecause there W1IATTIIKY ASK ItM, UKVCMNO n IIIH.. M. 41. 11. Jllllll-llllnt!e. and an secular truts Churoh marching on AU SL'IWTITUTKS Oil IMITATIO.fS. to pronounce it right Then they took through the pulpit. If and tho more lntolciaoco against It him and slew him at tho passages of angel from Heaven iu tl Ilall'a Calarrli Cure fa a Constitutional Cure. IVicc 15e. the Jordan." A very small difference, there be no Christ In tiif chancel and the faster It marched. accomplish What did Intolerance you say, between liilcad and Hphrnltn, no Christ iu tho roles. nDODCVBWDISCOVERriflra llaptlsl church? hlld Of often much Intolerance nbout arTa for aouk at tratlmvnlala .nilnirr. .out liecaiip tlie.i nil many rue Ii chrquc-eri-- go awar, and yet how difference! The Lord's lllgotr.vYouIs seldomthe nd a man Ignor-nnc- against the and tirade could If laughI qnlfkr.llff and llltluvs Xo worder so I'jvp Ivink elcrk ca that with ing scorn hare deCAe. Sad small arcataiaatjrrea. r.K. U.CiuU'Ssuss.siiuu.kaJ reers L. A. W. Ilullctin. ' "" tribes In our time by which I mean large intellect who Is bigot It Is the stroyed tho church It would not havo . .2: a disciple left Tho llaptlsts the different denominations of Chri- man who thinks he kniws a great deal stianssometimes magnify a very small but does not That uan is almost al- were hurled out of I'.ostoii Iu olden Those who sympathized with difference, nnd the only difference be- ways a bigot The wlole tendency of times. education and clviliznton Is to bring them were Imprisoned nnd when a je. tween scores of denominations is tho difference between shibboleth a man out of thnt lnd of state of tltton was offered asking leniency in and sibboleth. The church of God mind aud heart Then was In the far their behalf, all the men who signed it Hm Intolerance stopis divided into a great number east a great obelisk mil one side of were Indicted. side of denominations. Time would fall the obcllhh was white; another sldo of ped theInllaptlsl church? Tho last staregard to it showed 44,000 of tistics ma to tell of tho Calvlnlsts, the obelisk was green another and the Arminians, and the Sab- the obelisk was blue and travelers churches, and 4,000,000 communicants batarians, and the ltaxterians, and the went nnd looked at It at olwlisk, but Intolerance never f ulsdown anything. In Kngland a law was made against Hunkers, and tin) Minkers, and the they did not wak around It the Jew. Kngland thrust back tho Q linkers aud the McthodUU. and the Ono man looked ot rne side, another llaptlsts, nnd the H- Iscopallans, and at another side, amf they came ho.no Jew and thrust down the Jew and detho Lutherans, and the Congregation-allstsan- d each one locking ntinly one side; and clared that no Jew should hold ntllclal the i'resbyterians, and the they happened to meet, the story says, position. What camo of It? Were the k quarrel about Jews destroyed? Was their religion Spiritualists, and a score of other de- nnd they got Intoa-anthe color of that olwllsw. One man overthrown? No. Who beenmj primo nominations of rcliglnists, some of It man said It was white, next A Mrs. Cause them founded by very good men, some was green, anothersmothersaid saidwas minister of Kngland?woWho was than roan higher it to the throne? Who of them founded by very egotistic men, some of them founded by very bad blue, and when they were in the very the throne, because he was couuselor intelli and adviser? Disraeli, a Jew, What men. Hut as J demand lor myseii lib- heat of tho controversy a more"lientlc-meIn alt our erty of conscience, 1 must give that gent traveler ca:oe nnd said, and you were we celebrating I have seen that obelisk churches as well as synagogues only n same liberty to every other man, reEverybody comes into this world with a predisposition to disease membering that ho no more differs are all right and you are all wrong. few years ago? The ono hundreth Whydidntvou all walk nround the birthday of Montsfiorr, tho great Jewof some particular tissue; in othcrwords, everybody has a weak spot. from me than I differ from him. I ad obelisk?-- ' ish philanthropist Intolerance never vocate the largest liberty in nil reIn ninety-nin- e cases out of a hundred the weak spot in women is ligious belief and form of worship. In Look out for the man who sees only yet put down anything. Hut now, my friends, bavin? shown somewhere in the uterine system. The uterine organs have less re art. In politics, in morals and in re- one side of n religious truth. Look no mov- out for tho man who never walks you the origin of bigotry or sectarian- e disease" than the vital organs; that's ligion let there be no gag-lasistance to dnm-aging of the previous question, no perse- around about these great theories of ism, and having shown you tho He God and eternity and the dcs.L why they give out the soonest. t? it does, I want briefly to show you cution, no intolerance You know that the nlr and the water will be n, bigot Inevitably the man how we arc to war against ihls terriNot more than one woman in a hundred nay, keep pure by constant circulation, nnd who only sees one side. There is no ble crll, and I think we ought to bein five hundred has perfectly healthy organs of 1 think there is a tendency in religious man more to be pitied than he who gin our war by realizing our own generation. This points discussion to purification and moral has in his head just ono Idea no more, weakness and our imperfections. It no In to the stern necessity of health, lietween the fourth and the ism.less. Moreis light, less sectarian- we make so many mistakesnot the comnothing that will so mon affairs In life. Is it There postlblo sixteenth centuries the church prohelping one's self just as posed to make people think aright by soon kill bigotry as sunshine God's that we may make mistakes In regard Ya , ta I aTaBBBBBBBBBBBvVIVslBBaaTaTBBVlalBBl I BYaffaffaffaffaTSFo ricll IfdvYuTnL ka"emaBfa to our religious aff.itrV' Shall wo soon as the life powers prohibiting discussion, nnd by strong sunshine. So I have set before you what I .con- take a man by the throat or by the seem to be on the wane. censorship of the press and rack, and sider to be the cause of bigotry. I collar because lie can not see religious gibbet, and hot lead down the throat this Excessive menstrua tried to make people orthodox; but It have set before you the origin ofbale- truths just ns we do? In the light some of the I hat tion is a sign of physi- was discovered that you can not change great cvlL First are all. It crlprlcs in- of eternity it will bo found out, in of lhlnk, there was something wrong a man's belief by twisting off his head, ful eIccts7 cal weakness and want nor make a man sec differently sh- - put- vestigation. You nre wrong, and I km all our creeds, and something rig) In right, and Ha tnsW for of tone in the uterine ting au awl through his eyes, fl'herc exploration,that ends It. of investiga- all our creeds, but since wo may iXiko no spirit mistakes In regard to things of the organs. It saps the Is something in a man's conscience tion. From the glorious realm of (Sod's world, do not let us be to egotistic and which will hurl off the mountain that strength away and pro- you threw- - upon it, and, unsinged of truth, over which nn archangel might so puffed up as to hare an Idea that wo fly from not make any mistake in regard duces anemia (blood tho fire, out of tho tin me will make red reach the eternity to eternity and not can religious limit, the man shuts himself to theories. And then I wings on which the martyr will mount turns to water). out and dies a blind mole undrr the think we will do a great deal to overto glory. If you become anemic, there is no knowing what will happen. If In that tlmo of which I speak, be- cornshock. It stop all Investigation. thrown tho sectarianism from our While denomination the sectarianism your gums and the inside of your lips and inside your eyelids look tween the fourth and lCth centuries. tians is eachpresent all the of Chris- heart, and chiefly enlarging from the in thoo to truths of world, by people went from the hou.e of Ood pale in color, you are in a dangerous way and must stop that drain into the most appalling iniquity, and the lllblr, It seems to mo that God things in which we agree, rather than on your powers. Why not build up on a generous, uplifting tonic, right along by consecrated altars there has given to each denomination an those on which we differ. especial mission to give particular were tides of drunkennos and licenlike Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound? INTERESTING ITEMS. tiousness such as the world had never emphasis to some ouo doctrine; and Mrs. Edwin Ehrig, 413 Church St., Bethlehem, Pa., says: "I feel heard of, and the very sewers of perdi- so the Calvinistie churches must God, the they it my duty to write and tell you that I am better than 1 have been tion broke Iihjm; and Hooded the church. Armenian sovereignty ofmust and the Alaska babies when they cry aro present held under water until churches ktop, Altera while the printing press was for fouryears. I used Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Ftot'lt, pressed Into bricks, Is in usa freed, nnd It broke the shackles of man's free agency, nnd the Eplsc pal Compound, one package of Sanative Wash, one the human mind. Then there churches must present the importance in tho army to facilitato transportacame a large number of bad of 5rder and solemn ceremony, tion. box of Liver Pills, and can say that I am per books. was and tho llapttst churches must ore-sethere where and Lhu.nto was tho last nuvnl battle fectly cured. Doctors did nothelp mcany. the necessity of ordinances, and of any consequence in which the Span one man hostile to the Christian relig ion there viere 'JO men ready to advo tho Congregational church must pre- ish were victorious. It was fought in I should have been in my grave by this cate it; so I have not any nervousness sent the responsibility of tho 1571. time if it had not been for your medicine, member, and the Methodist in regird to this battle going on I.v I'crsla n bontlao plays an ImIt was. a godsend to me. I was troubled Truth nnd Krror. The truth church must show what holy enti.u-slasi- portant part in the marriage cerehearty congregational singing mony, the service being real over in w ill conquer just as certainly as that with excessive menstruation, which caused can accomplish. While ench denomHod is stronger than the devil. front of it womb trouble, and I was obliged to remain in hrror run if you only let Truth run ination of Christians must set forth nil Tub two highest Inhabited spots on the doctrines of the Hible, I feel it is earth nro two raining camps in tho bed for six weeks. Mrs. Pinkham's medicine along with it Urged on by skeptic's m f "lf especially incumbent upon each de- Andes, one of which has nn elcvaUon ihout and transcendentalisms spur, let was recommended to' me, and after using ft a cinphasi It ruu. (iodS angels of wrath are in nomination to of 17.0SO feet short time, was troubled no more with flooding. I also had severe hot pursuit, aud quicker than the on some one doctrine. Coumoiioiik Scut.Kr is modest but Another great damage done by the just In his statement that .the victory pain in my kidneys. This, also, I have no more. I shall always raglv's Wak clutches out of a hawk's and bigotry of the church over CsTvern "belongs to every ofllccr (Sod's vengeance will tear It to sectarianism recommend the Compound, for it has cured me, and it will cure heart Is that it disgusts people with the pieces. and man of the fleet." 1 would like to have you publish this letter." (In such others. Christian religion. Now, my friends, I propose to speak to you of sectari Miss Ma hip. Haiiik, who It at pres God was never Intended anismIts origin, its evils and its the Church of cases the dry form of Compound should be used.) ent right in the swim at Newport, l'eople are afraid owes hor success iu tho 400 cures. There ure those who would for . war barrack. ti her make us think that this monster, with of a riot You go down the street and ability ns general secretory nud mini- horns and hoof, is religion. I shall you seo nn excitement nnd inUales ager for the smart set in .New iorlr. chase it to its hiding place and drag It Hying through tho nlr, and you She writes Invitations for many largts If you think of out of the caverns of darkness and rip hear tho shock of flrenrras. Do you functions and attends to the domestia off its hide. Hut I want to maka a the peaceful and Industrious citizen, details of several largo rstab lh- changing your distinction between bigotry and tho go through thnt street Oh, no! you incuts. location rememlawful fondness of peculiar religious will say, "I'll go around the block. " At the sunset hour, iu Seoul, Coren, belief and forms of worship. 1 have Now, men comu and look upon the nar- a town proclaims tho fact when ber this; Nebrasrow path to Heaven, nnd sometimes no admiration for a nothingarian. the sun has vanished beneath the horc see tho cccleslnstlcal Mckbats flying izon. No ka's soil is rich In u world of such tremendous man is allowed In the street ' .. unci temptation, and with a every whither, ami they say. "Well, , and easily tilled. No rocks and stumps. All grains and i soul hour, under penalty of a I guess I'll take the broad' road there after that bethat must after a while stand flogging; but, strange wom fruits that succeed in other states in same latitude t fore a throne of Insufferable bright- Is so much sharpshooting on the en are permitted to go to say, the usual t around as narrow road, I guess I'll try tho broad visiting their friends or strolling for ness, In n day when the rocking of tho afr flourish there. The climate is well-nig- h perfect, the air . '. mountains and tho flaming of tho road!" being dry and free from malaria. An abundance of pure Francis 1. so liated tho Lutherans pleasure. Is a very considerate judge In Heavens and the upheaval ol the seus Tiikhk It he thought tllerc he among all J water ia found. It Is a great state for stock raising T shall be to give the least of for excite- that onesaid that Lutheran blood m his Leavenworth, Kan. A juror whispered drop of uvery was account ments car that and feeding. There Is no stato In the Union where thought, word, action, preference and veins he would puncture them am) let In Judgogo Meyer's to welcome hoa would baby home hard-workidislike that man is mad who has no that drop out Just as long as tlicro like to a farmer can do ao well. Thousands family. religious preference. Hut our early is so much hostility between denom- who had just arrived In his minutes, court 40 T of poor men have become rich in Nebraska. Farms education, our physical temperament, ination nnd denomination, or between The judge adjournedhappy father was the our mental constitution will very one professed Christian and another, in 35 minutes court proceedings wcro "t can now be bought on easy terms. Prices are low. A or between one church and another, so back, and the much decide. resumed, handsome illustrated pamphlet describing Nebraska will A stylo of psalmody that may please long men will be disgusted with the men In the O.nk be sent free on application to P. S. EUSTIS, General X mo may displease you. Some would Christian religion, and say, "If that is States of the busiest Col. Amos I United Kimat present Is like to have a minister in gown nnd religion I want none of it" Passenger Agent, Chicago. , Again, bigotry aud sectarianism do ball, who has charge of the purchasing bands and surplice, and others prefer to have n minister in plain citizens' great damage in tho fact that they hin- department of the army. To his disOh, cretion nnd good judgmont has been apparel. Some are most Impressed der the triumph of the Gospoi. when a little child Is presented at tho how much wasted ammunltlonl How Intrusted the equipping und provision, altar and sprinkled of the waters of many men ot splendid intellect hare lng of tiie enormous army which three u holy benediction "ia the name given their whole life to controversial months ago did not exist. Col.( KimIB REACH ID of the l'ather, and of 'the Son, disputes when, If they had given their ball was born in north Lawrence counDIRCCY BYYHE If too aro arolnir to WE OFFER and of the Holy Ghost," and oth- life to something practical, they might ty, New York, In 180. TllK speed of electricity Is so great SUPERIOR EQUIPMENT, ers aro more impressed when tho have been vastly useful! Suppose, attend (nnd it will bo penitent comes up out of the river, while I speak, there were a common that its passage from point to point PULLMAN IUFFET . what you can HI afford his garments dripping with the waters enemy coming up the bay. and all the along a conducting wire may bo. reSLEEPING CARS, to miss), you will find of a baptism which signifies the washforts around tho harbor liegan tiring garded as practically lntnntan-ousRECLINING CHAIR CARS ' ing away of sin. Let either have his Into cacli other you would cry out: Various attempts havo been made tc this the bent line to tnkc. SIAY8 rntC) AND THC Why don't those measure tho rale at which It travels, own way. One man likes no noise In "National suicldcl prayer, not a word, not a whisper. forts blaze away in ono direction and and observers with delicate instril-tucntsLine: have affirmed that it is not lesi Another man, Just as good, prefers by that against the common enemy?' F" prtlot-ilr- . And yet, I sometimes see in tho than 111,000 miles per aecond, and In gesticulation and exclamation to exfor press his devotional aspirations, Ono church of tho Lord Jesus Christ a one or two places Its speed was as W. B. DODDRIDGE, is just us good as tho other, "Kvery strange thlnggoingnn;church against high as 840,000 miles. CO. WARNER, H. CTOWNSEND, (leuvral Manager, (len'l I'ass'r and Ticket Agent, roan fully persuaded in his own mind." church, minister ngalnst minister,' deA oood Mexican cook relieves the st. Louia, mo,' against denomination, mistress of the houso of worry and reGeorge Whltcfleld was going over a nomination Quaker rath or roughly for soma of his firing away Into their own fort, or tho sponsibility In a manner that Is alreligious sentiments, and the Quaker fort which ought to lie on the same most unknown In tho United States. tnld: "George, I am as thou art; I am side, instead of concentrating their The cook Is given so much a day. mid "DON'T HIDE YOUR LIGHT UNDER A for bringing nil men to the hope of tho energy nnd giving ono mighty and with this amount she will purchusa BUSHEL." THAT'S JUST WHY Gospel; therefore, If thou wilt not everlasting volley ugnltist the navies each morning all the provisions for quarrul with me ubout iiy broad jrt darkness riding up through ,tho tho day, Including ven tho stapl-- i WE TALK ABOUT that nro usually bought in largo quanbrim I wilt not quarrel with thee about bay, On u dollai 1 go out sometimes iu the summer, tities In other countries. thy black gown. George, give mo thy and I find two beehives, and thesis a day n cook will proM-- i a very jjood hand." In tracing out the religion of sectari- two hives nre ii a quarrel. I como table for a family of three or four, nni enough beans und tortillas ncj anism or bigotry I tlnd that a great near enough not to li stung, btit'.I deal of It comes from, wrong educa- come Just near enough to hear tho chile to set tho secant' tablowKl tion In tho home circle There are controversy, and one beehive says, besides. You Can :..! War (a llio Death. THE GOSPEL'S PKOGKESS. sy, PRESENCE OF MIND. He Was a Get Tired to the Kent Ort-nalo- When t'aiitfttt lit Jll.cl.lef. Hoy nnd Was Euual SKILL OF DOCTORS TESTED, Fifteen Years of Suffering. "VIC -l 1 (i.i ,i d Hood's Sarsaparilla SUMMER: f s s. pasc - RESORTS K i! i'. I vi'-n- Nearer nud neirer he drew to the spot whrie t.irtujtiii:cmcnt was to ortur. Softly, like a tlcer advancing uton Its prey, he cdjtril along through the weeds, fiom one fenrr corner to nn ther. .Me.inhilc the lov in the tree kept crook-ihis elUiw at a 33 knot clip, The chert ica Were law and fit and red, and he hid s wonderful tonnage Kierand anon hen mild smack Im lip, and eject a handful of stones f nun his mouth. It was glorious. Suddenly a mtued form seemed to rlr up out of the ground, nnd somelmdr bawled In tour, tli.it were husky with emotion: "'.'"''..,Jrat hid, what arc you doin tip there? It was one of tho moments when a word m ty win all or cause all to be lost. The boy dropped the blccest, reddest, juiciest cherry lh.it he h.id been able In rent h. milled himlf tPEether, drew his bare, up under him, and replied! brown "I m ramemberin the Main " hen lip miltil n.nL airaln iim fdrmA llinw The farmer crept stealthily nlonj behind the fence. Step by tep he nuvsiued, ilwsys with hl gate fastened upon the cherry lite, in the distance. "tlol ihitn thcin town boys, anyway," h muttered tu himself, as lie took n firmer (tip upon Hid ugh a itch that he had "l horn the Imkory Lack barn, "I'll e "I thought f should surely die.'1' When the stomach begins to fall In lis itullrs, other otgaua speedily tirtome ttecttil III ssntpatht1, and lilt I. simply a biitdrn almost unbeaiable. Imllgotfoii ml dy.peptla are so common that only the sullerer from thest diseases .noos the possibilities of nilisiylhat Inline In them. A typical eaamplc ol the sunriln.s ol the victim ot Indigestion Is futnlahnl Iu the case ol John C. rtllchatit. He went on lor ftlleen years, Irons bsd to woise. In spile ol doclon he gttw ronsl.Dlly weaker, and thought he would die. Ilr got welt, however, and thus iclatrs his capetlcucei ' For Bfteen years I was a great sufferer from lotilgtstfoii Iu lis wnut fi.inn. I tested the skill ol msny doclots, bin grew worse and worse, until I became o weak 1 could not walk Ally yards without hating lo ail dowu and rest. My stomach, and hesrt became aDcctcJ, and thought I would surety die, I tried Dr. I. c. Aiet'. Tills and they haloed rne right away I continued their use and am nnwrntirrlr well. I don't know ot anilhing thsl will so quickly relieve and cure Ihe terrible suftcrlnrs ol dyspepsia as Dr. Aytt's 1'llls." low c. l'SIICIisaii, nriMtlc, War. ren Co., N. C This case Is not eilisntdlusry, either In 1 cm! n the severity of lha disease or the prompt and perfect cure performed by Ilr. Ayer'S 1'llls, similar remits occur In rase wheta Ilr. AVer's Pills sre used, ''They helped me tight away" Is the common ripresslou ol those who have used lhm. Here Is another testimony to tht truth of thla'ststcmeul tty )r llr. Iir Mid: , or, "If they ain't rnntiih here fer yon, there's another nice ttre full of 'em, up yonder in the orchard." Cleveland Leader. -- ol . long-draw- e. to-da- y WEAK SPOTS. to-da-y Everybody Comes Into This World With a Predisposition to Disease. Talk With Pinkham About the of Anemia, n, .s Yawjier now k t grocery, but he loves to tell how near he came to being a gieal HOW S0USA GOT HIS START. actor. "I'm a natur.il elocutionist," he tells, "and for that renson I found it pretty rasy lo grt a pood irt In a fair theatrical goiuc Ancient Theatrical lllatnry as I went through all rehearsals orgsiiiMtum, striated tiy Milton JSnblea anal Jack llaverly, Iike a star and the manager prrdirtrd all of succcm for me Among mv lines there was s witriotie address, and there I On da recently John K. Warner and deI was Mme out particularly strong. livering it on the first night and I rmiM Milton Nobles wsit conversing In front of the Draintlst.' club, when thev were joined ut feel that I was maklint the cold chills by and llaverly had run up and down the sptnea of my audi- metJack llaverly. Warner and the hustling recently, ence and covering them with gwwe Mesh, manager had but Nobles not met In many 5 ears They 'nddeiily ny memory Iwcame a blank. As eyed raih other imjglringly Then Warurr I stood irute tryin to githrr She lines some im know Nobles, Jsckf" little cus yelled 'louder' I ran from the sa.d "Of rourw lUverly, in a puixlcd sort "Nobles!" said tige and iiever went lack." Detroit Free of way. as he sued up the trim figure, waxed Tress. mustache and perennial youthful features of the comedian. "Not the Nobles who A Philippine plated The I'hoenu' with me at Ihe old One ot the l'hthppine luturgtut leaders Is Adelphl In Chicago In 77 " a beautiful woman whose life seems to he "Are ynu Ihe original Jack llavrrlyf" rharmrd. She has often rushed bravely Into asked Nobles, aolttnnly, of drnth fiom guns and canthe very teeth "The original and only," said .lark. Frenon, hut has never len wounded "Well, well'' said Nobles, "I've often quently we see people in this country who Heard my father of you. and he ao long that their lives seem charmed graM llaverly'. hand cordially. There live slm, but the only rhsrtu alKiut it is thtt waa an awkward pause, during which Warthey keep up their strength and vitalise t ner rheweti !Mi mustache. llaverly looked taxed, and Nobles nulrd amiably. ineir Piooti wun inai reieoraieu rrnirur, Hosteller's Stomach llitlrrs. "Your father!" stammered Hsverly "Why, .Nobles was a single man In 77. I know, because we riimparrd notes; and I .1 Liberal supply Needed. "There's one thing, dear George." she lead ofI his marriage about ten esrs later, waa out when wrote, "that vou mustn't forget. Stand on congratulations. lit the wines, and sent my tiptoe when tho.e great giingo off. anil stuff another awkwardStill," he continued, after psii.e, "Noblea alwaa Don't forget the was a yfttir ears full of ritton versatile fellow " s through the south. cotton when you Ilv this tune it began to dawn on the genial Get two biles while you arealmiit it " And dsr George rnhlxd his ears and won- Jack that the "father" gag was a joke, and joined in the laugh. dered what she mant. Cleveland I'laln he"Ity Jingo!" said llaverly. "that was oser Dealer. 10 vears sgo. What have you done with the old I'horiilvV" l'Mit-r..- r, Try Allrn'a "l'ls)ing It jet, occasionally Four if A powder to be shaken Into the shoes, At companies made a living with It last this sesMin your feet feel swollen, nerious cison, and It has Irept any numlwr of proget tired easily If vou have and hot. anil fessional (Hratea from becoming sneak smarting feet or tight shoes, try Alien'. , ll cools the feet and makes walk j Ihleiea or pauper during th past .'0)ears, (!urra swollen and sweating feel. It nulled me out of 1 hole onre, and now that lng easy. litufpra and raltisu.attM.. ltlir.mrn..tiil ' I think of it, Warner, you Invoked thai en' bunions of all pain and giresre.tandeomfnit. i gsgrment with me at the Adelphl " Sod! lie all ilrugirl.ts and shoe I "Yea; It was the end of Noblea' fir.1 rosd Try It I was his manager, and John I. stores for 2.V. Trial nsekage I'llKK Ad- - season. Soum, a youngster of 21, was his leader" dress. Allen S. Olmsted. U Itor. N. Y. "'nut's right. I look him from Washing-tonwhere he was plavlng a violin in Ihe Ilia Slate. And the first music he eser A man never loses money on fast horss. orchestra. wrote was the drimitic music of The I'hoe-niIt Is the slow onrs that drive him tothefiee as I us it to.Uy. Ilia first march he lunch counter. llurhn.ton (iazrttr. dedicated to me, naming It Ihe Itludsoe uurrh. I still have the original senre. In good A nifferenl Make. condition. It'a a rattling good march, too." man?" "Is he a Dramatic Mirror, made." Puek. "No; fnther-ln-las Th. MkH That Tnlled. "t formeily suffered Irom Indigestion and wtakr.ri. ol Ihe slomseh, bnt since I began the use ol Ilr. ). C. Ajtr's 1'llls. 1 have the appetite ol Ihe farmer's boy, I am 4& years of age, and letnmmrnd all who with lo be life from dyspepsia 10 lake one ol Di Ayet'a 1'llls sflcr dlontr. Illl their digestive organs sre In food . onlci." WM.BtriNKr, Oranl, Neb, Dr. Ayer's rills offer the surest sail swiftest rrlltl Irom constipation and all ila attendant Ills. Tney eule disalness, nau.ra, heartburn, palpitation, bad bteath, coated tongue, nersousutas, atteplessntss, Mllmi.nn., and a srmeol other aflettlona that ate, alter all, only the signs ol more deep rooted dlses.e. Von can And more Information about Ilr. Aytt's 1'llls, and the ulses.es they have ruled. In Ayei'a a aluly ol cures told by the cured. This book l no pagra Is sent free, ca itiuesl bythr j.CAyer Co., Lowell, Mass Cure-boo- . READY TO TAKE HIS GALL The Surprising Offer of a llankrapt's soulless Creditor al an Aa- alKUiaarul .Meellna. Not long ago a sulistanllal looking New Yorker eame lo Chicago to engage in the retail eigir busineas. II had rmlng1y iriind credentials and rented an attractise Kills store on Ihe N'oith aide, buying his fixtures on credit. On the same terms he laid in nulla a large stock of jixkIs and opened his doors for patronage, lie eemd lo !e doing quite a good business and none of his numerous creditors manifested the least alarm a. to the aafety of their accounts, Suddenly he made sn alignment His s'trditors were notified and a full meeting was held in the office of his attorney, the sorrowful bank' runt not tiring prewnt with them, The attorney made a politic and pacific aprs-rAn eastern creditor, who had secured judgment on a fraudulent claim, had attached and earned away esrrjthing 7i) cigars and W In money. The unfortunate debtor owed 01 erW"" t Ihe men present, which he would liquidate at th earlirtl prw.ihle moment. "Jly client sutlers far morr anilely than any of ou," continued the lawyer. "Il haa surrendered all thai he ssesae. It Is not much, it is true, but 1 trust ii will serve as an eirne.t of his future inleutmns. lie is crushed bv his misfortune and would among you. willingly divide his "What's that" asked a somewhat deaf old man. supplementing his right rar with his broad palm "My client Is willing lo divide Ida very holy among you," repeated the attorney. 11 "All right," responded the old man, "1 Chronicle. take his h. ei-ce" llrlnr. sjK-a- .Market rinrluallona. "She told me her heart and hand wrra pries-lcs.- Foot-Kane- " J ;. would go off somewhera they and wait until she- sent me word thatJour-na- l. were marled down." Indianapolis "I told her. I 'What dnlycmavvj" - A air any Teacher Now can any of proofs of your own lhat the world la not I 'lease, sir, if it wss Tommy jou rmdd see the north pole with a telescope. Ihiek. I'n.lllvr I'riiiif. )u x' llatf self-mad- Fita stopped ficc and iiermanrntlr cured. No fits after first day", me of Dr Khne'a Great Nerve ltcstorrr. Fleet? trial little 4 trritti-- c. Dr. Kline. (VU An.li st, 1'bihu l'a. I'hatp.rarther to captain In his new Liok fierce, please, Cincinnati lii r War Tlmea. unl-foi- Mrs. Ilotin Why isn't this war prosecuted more rapidly? II0011 Why, oii see, my dear, we can t lick the Spimardt any fatter than we ran ratch them' Fuck. turn I'.noaahl War l'hotocrapher "llusinrsa with me la Poldiers are not the only ones who find He careful what )ou sjy in the first place; How is it with ycu?" the greatest waste of tinvs la that sient ia developing im drilling n awful bore ThinkJ of the workictr-ctiA. W. Ilulmunition -Mamiditnrer "It's booming. I man who put In th bints. and denying. Atchison Globe. town j.ipics lctin tnanK) The tillest man is "short" aoiiietuics. L. A. W. Uulletiu. ng o- THE MARKETS. CijiriMSATt, July IA 1 Oil (11 ? Cattle,rommon. to st I n CALVES 1'alrtogood light. fj U 1 71S UOCiS. Cummon m I W I in! packers J 10 & 1 tl Light uhlpi-er- i SHKK1 -- Choice as. 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To Induce you to try this brand of starch, so that you may find out for yourself that all claims for its superiority and econ omy arc true, the makers have bad prepared, at great expense, a series of four 4 00 71 1 vlci-sltud- I'Oltlv LAltD Mess Su-a- .,, ,, ,, ;i CclOM (j J7H GAME PLAQUES exact reproductions of the $10,000 originals by Murllle, which will be given you ADSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below. These Plaques are 40 inchen in circumference, are free of any auggeatloa of advertising whatever, and will ornament the moat elegant apartment. No manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its customers. They are not for ssle at any price, and can be obtained only in the manner specified. The subjects are: American Wild Ducks, American Pheasant, English Quail, English Snipe. The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Plaque is bordered with a band of gold. PEHIODS OF PAIN. 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