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NO. 26. ?mmmmmmmmmmrmwmmmmmmmm?mm?TM Ellison's New Black Crepons, allowing an excellent line of Have Received This Week r he LI. S. Gunboat, m Exercises of Hickman College. May esth, Commcdcchioutiermou, Sunday night a6'jiisoopal Church, by Roy. & ArehwBogne'rvJ Concert by Elocntion and Music Clauses at Citjr Ilnli? Thursday night, Juno 1st. Admission JO and 15 cents. Graduating exerclsea at City Hall, Friday ntyhty Jnho 2d.' Admission nud 15 10 For Skirts. Some very linndsotno Patterns, Wo arc also cents.' ThpexcrcUoa of thbi night will consist of' music, an address to tho class by Hon. A. L. Pctcrman ; and tho presentation of diplonuqUo tho six members of tho class. vL Exerciscs 'at tho Hall begins at 8:15. (JEN. WOOD ON CUBANS. .! f I BLACK DRESS GOODS ol every description. New White Pique. This is a groat Pique nensou, and we hIiow a beautiful 'lino in stripes and fancies. New Belt Buckles and Sah Ribbons. NASHVILLE, I nicis:3NrA.asr, Monday, M 22, WILL ANCHOR IN FRONT OF i -- ' If so excejlent an authority as Cq-,ba- General Leonard Vod is to be accepted, the jinjn.cHc!oHs efforts n of a certain elesaqnt to force n annexatioB wftbout the of a popular vote on the , : anbject sboald not be allowed to inter-.entio- Fans. The greatest lino over shown in Hickman. Bortment of Jap Fans from 5 to '25c. A big as- - V.AND REMAIN ALL DAY. k Song of the "Shirt Waist." M Tho shirt wuistfMtho shirt waists, New Millinery. The Millinery Department lias been ati immense sureehs this seapon, ami wo are continually getting in new things. Some beautiful things shown this week. Parasols and Umbrellas. tK 4 excellent i H ueH9HKOHQwMEESlSrJ4 r u . ttT----.-, i su - ywguaw)rfyi --- ,. - ttt - . .r. i amr m i -'- . xSKfikSSitSSSSm UpFVjamA aaRiftv Jim W'TZg An aisis. v . a T5Jifj rrriitfiriirTt7r"7TPfTTT77 "5J.i BL Some specially good things. M L. P. & W. S. ELLISON. 3 toKnb-ecribo liiuuuuuuuauuiaiuauiuuuuuuuumauuuauiuuiiu H. F. REMXEY, Attorney-at-Law- WE AUK HKOKIVING . (& Build- Oflloe upstairs, Iloloombo ing'. HICKMAN, KENIUOEY. Will pmctico in all Courts of (ho State. A. F OLIVER. Blacksmith and Undertaker niOKMAN, A Thcro in no man who cannot afford to take his count) paper, no man who docs not owo it not only to his county, but to himself and his family. to a paper published iu his county. A hvo, progriwdvo and rwpectablQ paper is tho best adverti.someut any city or town or county can havo. It is notico to tho world that that town or county is progressive that its peoplo aro nblo town. ana willing to support a good paper, which means much to every 0110 who is -- Mrs. Mollio Prathcr and Miss looking for a home, seeking a location of Newbnrn, Tenu., aro visiting here. or opening for business. -- Mtaa Lalla Shclton, of Union City, was In town Wednesday, curouto to Pan-Una, . ,:. j. o. ui' jQoaauraui is visum e daughter in Union City. fr. V. M. G.irdncr of Martin vis- ltol Airs. il. Handle tliis week. Mrs. R. B. Brovanl visitctl rein- tiTflti in Union Oity this week. tor. and Mrs. Sam Luteu, of d co, Ky., town this week. Tho adjourned sessiou of tho Fiscal Court, meets Monday, May 29. Harvy Alexander, of the 4th Tcnu., was iu town Tuesday. Mrs. Norton Steele, of Obion, Tenu., is vifciting tho family of Geo. N. Helm. Alfred McDaniel hns returned from Florida, and will be in Hickman boon. -- Mr. Ernest Cheek, of Tracy ity, Tcau., is visiting Prof. J. C. uek. Miss Tula Emerson, of Columbus, hsii been visiting Miss Mario Brevard. Messrs. Tom and Watty Gardner, oilerrell, Tenu., spent Tuesday in v -Cay-visito- THE SENATORIAL CONVEN- the province find everywhere hospitality and a , TION. cheerful greeting." vj.iit.yvo captured all tho town; Further on .be says: "The claim Ju stripes, in chocks, in curlycnes, Official Statement of the Votes by Pre that the Unbans are not capable ju uiuo una wmto and urowu, Iu coots, in blocks, in wavy linos, of governing themselves has not clncts. in rttt and pray ana green, thus far been sustained in this n yellow, ecru, purple, too, Tho Senatorial Convention for this province; for, in m tapestry una stieen. district, called to meet at Fulton on the civil government, every apThe shirt waists, tho shirt waists, Tuesday, May 23, at 2 p. m,. will bo pointment has been made on the 11:111 nnroueu, iu rainuows composed of 82 delegates, to bo select-er- t T7elovo 'cm. oh. v live 'mil for of the people in precinct mnss meetings on Satur- recommendation J. Tlio treasures they enfold. themselves, who have been given day next (Mny 20) at 2 p. m. Wit most haartily eucoro the above. Tho basis is ouo delegato for over;' 100 to understand distinctly that all and fraction over 50 votes cast for Bry- persons recommended by them Light Paris is risitinc in Un- - an electors in 1890, each precinct, for office would be appointed so to bo entitlod to at least ouo dele- long as they I'Chty. acted in good faith gate, no matter what its voto was. Ijks Julia Jackson visited Union All who voted for Bryan tor Presi- in making these reoommendatioaa tins weeK. dent and all others who wish to bo iden and recommend none but honest. Ailton obaw o 4th Sunday in tified In future with tho 'Democratic capable men. Up to the present party aud agroo to support tho optniaee tins l,hava, nat had tr rannw mrassai SiEVta . . open-hearted tss preyall. In the North American Eeview he says of the province of Santl-agwhich is the wildest, most thinly peopled and was longest the theatre of war among the sob divisions of Cubs: "Disorders are few, and travelers passing tbroagh o. ' how-ove- r, ' . .:j. I participate. Tho precincts will bo entitled to tho following representation : FULTOX COUNTY. si a jrr "i.M'Mnrraem.jji "IHSIV VWUWI - imBBBUQBV . , -- them." UV " 'i.w Bryan vote. East Hickman. West Fulton. East Fulton, Lodgtonj Uayco, West Hickman, -- - 211 202 214 101 - 2!io - 21o 1)4 Madrid Bend, Total, Siuvafras Ridge, 62 OflAVES COUNTY. to expect that similar conditiona gates. will he shown. If capacity for understanding and carrying out the obligations of official responsible ty tiro thus general throughout Ouba, the people are capable of deciding whether tbev prefer autonomy or annexation, and it wilt 1 1 be the duty of the United States Government to give them the full14 est and fairest opportunity for expressing snob preference. Dele3 4 o 2 other provinces It Is reasonable With similar management of the Jji(l Cuba, Water Valley, Pilot Oak, Swnuii, Wingo, Dublin, 278 403 164 The Peace Conference. Lynuvillo, -- 244 167 Sedalia, Farmington, Pryorsbnrp, Torian's Mills, Fancy Farm, -- 287 205 233 2 3 o 1 o 2 1 .70 -- 200 160 165 112 165 115 2 1 KENTUCKY. 1VKME TniAfiWhen you wnnl ItU'kmnUblnit don. or repair In agon, 8c. Ilor'nholnjr a RpioUllv I ilio keep a lull line of Buggies and Carriages EVERY FEW DAYS, and aro "Up with tho Timed" on Undertake r' a Goods Common, Hofewoml, and Solid HUck Wntnnl CoRinit nod Cnnea, which can be lillril tip In ulinrl notify, and at region-ahl- r price, Give ni a call. BQu 8hnp ntar the Jail. Mrs. Tiptonvillo. MIm Jim Parker, who has been in uoion, xenn., sovoml weeks lias homo. Misses Anna Bell and Dora Brad-shaof Union Oity, aro guests of Mihs Mattio Travis. -- Miss Lydin, Maddox, of Stato Line, is spending n week with her aunt, Mrs. Bine ParJiani. Mrs. Wm. Fortuno and little daughter, of Toxarkaua, Ark., aro vihitiug Murphy's Barn, Panther Creek, Hickory Grovo, Lowes, Kansas, Nichols School Houso, May field, No. 1, " No. 2, No. 3, -- 2 1 1 1 130 115 io-- ii 1 2 1 Count Cnssinl, Russian Embassador to the United States, is justified in bplfevirg that while the Peaco Conference, called by the Crar to meet at the Hague this week will not result in an inter national agreement to disarm, it will yet exert a notable influence in favor of pence through international arbitration. The conference will have accomplished probably the most gratifying achievement of the m Snllivan's Barn, -- 134 20(1 1 2 T 212 -- Svmsonia, Pottsville, Housman, 145 ISO - o iw 1 1 Thompson's Shop, Total, Colnmbns, 103 07 47 HICKMAN COUNTY. 131 No. 1, 1 1 J. E. Fuqua. Style YOU GET MORE TWICK-A-WKRIv OUIt SALES aro larger than they liavo ever boon thin Spring, and aro improving, which proves wo havo tho goods, and and Ftizish GOODS, ' GOOD HUGG1KS .. 15.1X) In the J10.00 COURICU UUGK-BOAItDJOURNAL lli (in In iinjr other pa HARNESS 8.00 per pulillihcd both In iuniiy and and everything in AT 1'ItIOES that aro within tho reach of all. SUItRIES, ffl5.00 and up. nS23EQC9ZSS " ( 4l quantity. rtTT3T4 CHASE 104 Papers One Year For 50 Cents, K PLOWS, CULTIVATORS AND MACHINERY, BOSTON. AT LOWEST PRICES. COURIKR.JOUR. The TWICE.A-WKKNAL In tho fqtial of many dallleu, and & the superior of all other pnperi, It prints more real nawi, more ood olaii matter, W. G. WlXTKlt, druggist, Clinton, Ky mora food utorlei, than any other. Ie A good saj'S ho has Rold 1'lautation Chill Ouro ued Wednesday and Saturday. eommWidon lo agfntn. Sample copiei free for many yearn, and nmong tho many chill tonics ho tluda tho Plantation tho on Application, Write lo most roliablo ho sells, as it acts riltferont from tho oninino tonics, which only COURIER-JOURNA- L CO, stops chills for n short timo. It romovui LOUISVILLE, KY. tho cuuKO. und tho euro is pcruiaiiout. Som ouly by SANDERS REEVES. II. buuJanax. 2 168 Spring Hill, 2 264 Bugg's, 16!) 3 Mr. Than Rogers, who has been in Beelerton, o 8!) how York City, soveral years, roturnod Rossvillo, 1 85 Bennuett's, homo, Wednesday morning. 67 Pelo, Messrs. Max Harper, Tom Lovelaco, Iforaco Luteu and Harry Murphy, of 21 Total, Fulton spout Sunday in town. -- Miss Bullo Collins, of Fulton, is Miss Miuuio Gaskins, tills county, near Fulton, died, of dropsy, Friday ' visiting Miss Mury Noonou this week. last. Sho was n daughter of Mr. Lem Miss Nottio Hertweck camo down U.iskins. from Fulton, Sat unlay, and spent tho Tho police arrested and jailed, this d.iy with tho folks at homo. week, 4 Muall boys, 3 colored and ono WedB. B. Sauders and family white, charged with petit stealing. nesday night on tho Ora Leo loft their for Tlioy wero duo. Haanoti, Hurly Wins-ton- , future homo, Caruthersvillc, Mo. Binl Lacy and Hardy Amberg. Fulton County is to havo a lady canA llttie oaro in nuikiiiL-o-f Cof- fco w necessary, but vou cannot exer- - didate for County School 'Superintendcuo too inuoli caution in tho selection ent, aud n most competent teacher and of tho articlo itself. If yon would luivo excellent lady sho is too. Coffeo that is beyond compare, buy onReports indicato that much alarm ly Chaso & Sanborn's Famous Coffeo. is belug felt at Clinton over tho small' Sold only by II. Buchanan. pox scare. Sovenil cases aro reported city, among them being the Hon. A. L. Poferman, regarded by trom that of tho jailor. many as tho ablest Institute instructor daughter iu tho stato of Kentucky, and whou Rev. Archer Boogher has heou abtalks arq always of livelv iuterest to sent tlas week, attending tho Episcotho general public, is to deliver tho pal Diocesan Council at Louisville address to the graduating cltiM of Hick- There will bo no services at tho Episcoman College, Friday night, Juno 2nd. pal Ohun'h next Sunday. Sunday Uohour him. , School at tho usual hour. 1 Mrs. Suo Maddox and Mi Mollio Shuck spent soveral days with Mrs. rwuinie Purham, last wcotc. Miss Mattio Morris, from near Fulton, is visiting her brother, Circuit Clerk Morris, at Judgo Kearby's. No. 2, Clinton, No. 1, No. 2, " 212 100 303 1W5 Oakton, 2 2 3 1 Moscow, 101 century should it bring about an understanding among the great Powers that furthor armament shall cease this indeed, being the purpose for which it is called, and the most that is hoped for it. Such a result will be hailed with the profoundest gratitude by all thoughtful persona the world over, and it would not be difficult for optimists to see in this step a reasonably sure promise of continued peace, vital in its bearing upon the highest civilization. It would also be a matter for universal sntisfaotion should the United States anil Great Britain, the two most powerful nations on earth, be found working together in urging upon the conference a plan of international arbitration. The peaoeful triple alliance between these governments and Russia, thus striving for the host interests of humanity and without the formal organization imperative for purposes of war, could not fail to carry great weight in tho conference . The moral effect of thoir tacit alliance in uunh n movement may not easily be overestimated. It is no tronblo to write bright spicy paragraphs for a. nowsiMper. Tho trouble is to think of them, got 'em together, compact 'cm ; wnip 'em, tie 'cm nail 'em ami jam 'cm o that they aro square, holid and built from tho ground up liko a quarter horuo and then let 'em go. i', &t J w w ix ii- - 7JWM '""''' W " '- -' rM..t. ttAXx, i M14 fjJKTT- -" ,,. M. . tt. . tfi- - fir It" ,MIM' S The Hickman Courier ADM. GEO. DEWEY OEOHQE WAltltUN. Publisher. Ho Has TIMBERS HURLED IN THIaF A LAKE DISASTER Kcliooncr Xclsim Founders Oir (t rami Manilas IhIiuhI Lives Loxt, The FAILED TO FLAG THE TRAIN, A 44 U1CKMAN. : Permission to Start for II om I'otTder Hollaing at Kings' Mills Con pli Ijr Deiiiollihrd No KiuploTes On. tit l'lare ut the lime. Kino's Mills O., May 13. V It terrific explosion tlyit hurled tl nU"1 into the air, filled the utmoiphcr v Hying debris and shook tin co in") for six miles around, the pulrc lie,'1 and glazing buildings of tho MiioUeless powder plant ut this p. were completely demolished 1 riij morning at U:;i0. Theic were no employes In the at the time, but many were on way for the day s work, and ha explosion occurred half an hour many lives would hr.to been sacr As it was two employes wcro 100 feet of the fnetnrv when tli it plosion took place. They were st. nr-by the awful concussion, but vs iap! Houses In tho vicinity wp Injury. shaken almost from their f omnia loft not a whole, window w.ts left i j u neighborhood, and other builditi tho great plant were damaged on what. The explosion originated in the jlif Ing mill, near the river road, abov t yards ea-- t of the bridge, and w.i t ' result of a tire that can not b explained. It was an old frame r: lure, about ten feet square, and Ice tained two barrels of smokeless oAnother building, a little t west, was destroyed by the result..:! fire, aud a third was badly shat&rcJ fron the explosion. Tho buildHtifi will be replaced within two days. j The cause of the explosion Is 'u known. The three men who we r, .:! close to the mills when the cxpli ski came went on duty early and were sus posed to start the machinery in th di ferent buildjngs. They were the lau employes at the works Thursday n but are unable to give any cause, 1 5 1 lteadtu Collision on the rhllndel.ihla Itimd-Ma- ny Persons Mere Killed and Injured. Keep to Your PUcc &ni Your Place will Keep You" KENTUCKY Any Moment He CIioosch. New York Will Likely He Ills I'lace-T- ha Ucadi.nu, l'n., May of passenger 13. A collision CURRENT TOPICS. U"C itw Tun Inst Usuc of the London direct Home In Time Iu Attend tory weigh UK pounds. 4th or July Celebration. Anotrr SOo girls arc employed in the harness trade in New York. Washington, May 13. "Send OlymIk Paris there is a movement on foot piad mail to H. P. Stevens, No. 4 Trato inaugurate, street cars ".or ladies falgar Square, London, Kug.," was the only.'' The annual loss by fire in the United notice given out at the navy departStates is about SI, 500,000, 000 on insured ment Friday. This is the first formal property. indication that tho famous tl.igshlp is SwiNiiimNE, the poet, is said to b coming home immediately growing very eccentric as he ncars his Upon inquiry It was ascertained that fcOth year. Secretary Long has cabled Adiu. Dewey A (iKIimax doctor finds that only in at ouce to one case out of 15 arc both eyes in good permission to return He has been the United States. condition. relieved of the obligation of remaining The people of the United States about 4,000,000 bott.es of plcklct at Manila until the Philippine commission completes Its work. He is not every week. A genuine lock of Napoleon's haii even required to await the cessation of was sold at London, the other day, for hostilities but may start homeward five guineas. at once. The notice posted at the Sutejiheu 4, Labor dny, has been navy department Indicates that the declared a legal holiday in the Philip Olympia will not remain long enough pine islands. receive the next outward mail. Mr. Thfjie are no "trusts" In England. to navy deStevens, referred In that country they are called char- partment's agent to, is the to disat London tered companies. tribute all of the mall of the war ships A Chines: teacher in a private school one cent a day for every in European waters so he will see to it receives about 'hat tho Olympia receives hers as soon pupil in his class. It is considered a heinous offense to as she passes the Suez canal. ride a bicycle anywhere near the city It is estimated at the navy depart of Con tantinople. ment that Dewey wilt reach the United Akkanokmknts have been perfected States iu time for a national demonfor a fiourmilling trust, with a capital- stration on the 4th of July next. The ization of 55,000,000. Olympia will not come under full Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Massa- steam, but, nevertheless she should Mississippi and Ohio cl;ct chusetts, make the run to New York in about 55 governors next November. A quakt of milk contains about the days from Manila. That she Is to con.-tNew York is nearly certain, as shown lame amount of nutriment as three quarters of a pound of beef. by the following response made by SecAt Atlanta, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Wil- retary Long to the urgent message of liam Alexander Curry, white, wera invitation to Dewey from Mayor Van married by a colored minister. Wyck, of New York. It may be stated An English syndicate is said to be negotiating for the purchase of ten that this was sent before the notice was sent to Dewey that he might cotton mills at Fall River, Mass. Eleven years after burial the body come home at once: "Navy Dept. Washington, May 11. rf a Niagara woman was disinterred "Sir I am in receipt of your teleand found to have been petrified. A FitKXCii chemist has invented a gram with regard to the return of blue soap which renders unnecessary Adm. Dewey, and expressing a desire the use of bluing in laundry work. that he arrive first in the country at Mits. Lei.and Stanfoiiu is the owner New York. The time of his return rf one of the finest jewel collections in not been fixed and tlc department has has the world. Jt is valued at 52,000,000. taken no other action than to authorThe Turkish minister at Washington says the sultan is not hard up, and, ize his return whenever tho condition therefore, will not sell Palestine to the of the peace commission shall permit. As to the route he shall take In returnJews. the is In New Granada is an ink plant, the ing, department in juice of which is red, but which turns clined to Meave that to him. He black after writing and can not bo lias served with great ability, and rubbed out. must necessarily so much feel the efMahoauf.t Deland says she reads fect of his arduous labors iu a trying economics, history and the newspapers climate, and under trying clrcum- for instruction and novels only for con-Mim- (Irrtt HIM lln Schooner llernme. Unmaiincealile, Threw Her Mem lulu ttin Air mid Dove Straight for llottoiu fhu Snuk In 300 Kect of Witter. SAirr.TSTK.MAmr., Mich., May 15. Tho schooner Nelson, deeply laden with a cargo of coal, foundered in Lake Superior, on Grand .Mnralas, Saturday evening, nnd carried down all hands. S far as known hero only one matt, Cap., llaghney, escaped from this the first disaster of the The crew consisted of tho followsea-so- u. ing: Capt. Andrew Haghuey, of Toledo; two-year-ol- e A MTEiSAitv statistician declares that for the year tSDS eight novels a day 'were published, Sundays and holidays not excluded. At the railway stations in Russia books are kept in which passengers may enter any complaint they may w tl I. formerly slate bank examiner, was found guilty of misconduct in e by a jmy in Judge Hurkc's court i'riday afternoon. Judge Iturkc rcierreu to tnc council, and Jndlviduil sentence members stato that Cincinnati h as been decided upon. Col. Lord's New I'osltlon. Srm.NOFjKUJ, 111., May 13. Col. John the world. Ilrleklajers Threaten to Strike. Fob mere than ayear President Me- - S. Lord, chief cleikof the state bureau Nkw Yobk, May Y'j.- -A strike is KinJey has suffered from frequent of labor statatistlcs, has accepted the threAtened by the Kricklayers' union toothache. A dentist has just com- appointment of chief of the dlvUion of this city, who detnatMl 6.1 cents an pleted the filling of the executive teeth of population of the census And will hour Instead of 60, their present pay. cd the president it taking a special 'fmove to Washington, The union luu. T.OOgnjcmbcrs, treatment or neuralgia. of-fic- ish to make. Hehmann IIoi.dhiem, German journalist, has been arrested fifty times for political offenses and has served twenty terms in prison. An artificial rubber, as good as the real thing, is now made of glue and gJyccrSuc mixed with a sulphur oil, such at. ichthvol. It is estimated that at the present rate of growth London, which now has a population of 5,057,000, will in :04l, haVw over 13,000,000. Hionrof the '24 governors of Indiana who have died lie in unmarked graves, nnd yet in their time they were the marked men of the hour. Queen Victokia has a dress, which is made from webs spun by 6pidcrs. It is enid to be finer and more beautiful than any silk In the world. Cokfins In Russia arc never covered with black. If the deceased is a child, pink is used; if a woman, crimson, though for a widow they uec brown. The queen of Italy, says a gossip. weighs 170 pounds; Queen Victoria, 171 founds; thequeen of Spain, 147 pounds, ttnd the queen of Iielgium, 143 pounds. Many, even poor Chinese, says the Celestial Empire, spend from 20 to 25 per cent of their income iu idol which practically cats away their capital. A white tiger was shot lately in the Dibrugarh district of Assam, accord' Sng to the Calcutta Englishman. lie was nine feet long and in the prime of life. The Calcutta taxidermist whe prepared the skin states that in It years he had neither seen nor heard ol auch a thing as n white tiger. Six of the 31 t.tatc senators of Mis souri arc over six feet tall. "Thei big four," as they are know n, arc Charlec tjehweiehnrdt, 6 feet 'Zyt inches, 21C pounds; Hucll L. Matthews 0 feet inches. 210 pounds; E. Jt. Fields 6 feet 2 inches, 225 pou.tds, and J. M. Rollins, t) feet 2i inches. 45 pounds. Roman newspapers record the ceatb of the last descendant of the Dantt iiimily, the Countess Gozzadlna-Goszdma. Her father was Senator Gozza-dinher mother Marie Teresa Scgl! Alighiri. She was married as a young girl, and afterward left her husband, Count Zucchini. Her Last will dispose! of about 3,000,000 francs. Si'KAKKit IIkkd it. now CO years of ago. lie was 50 when elected speaker. .J ad G. Dlalno was tho youngest speaker, being only 38 when lm receiver thi honor. Tub Waldorf lwtcl. New York, is tc be enlarged this summer to the height And capacity of the Astoria. This will be the first step toward making the Walfdorf-Astorl- a the largest hotel ft wor-fchip, a' a; captain's wife; child of Capt. Haghuey; Fred Huwcs sailor, residence unknown; six sailors name unknown. The Nelson, which Is owned by the Mitchell Transportation Co., of Hay City, win in tow of the steamer A. which also had the schooner Mary 11. Mitchell as a consort. The Kolsom nnd Mitchell turned nc'u nml arrived hero Sunday afternoon with- out serious damage. Capt. K. A. White, master of tho steamer, nt once rcport-de- r. ed the disaster to tho owners, The Folsom and Mitchell nnd Nelson wcro laden with coal. At tho time of the disaster the wind was blowing a gale of ftO miles an hour and freezing hard. The three boats were being ront.-i- l ,. with In. , nn.l, i,U n.i,i..,i ,.. .),..!, .......a aw ...v.. coal, made them ride very low in the water. Seas broke aboard constantly and tho force of tho galo was driving them toward the beach. The beach at Grand .Manias was but seven lengths under the lee of the loss is about ?2..'.00. boats and CapU White determined to try the dangerous expedient of turn- J ing the tow in tho ea and ruunlng beTWOTRAINSCOMET0GET fore the wind for White Kith point. Tb Southwettent I.lftlltCtl Itun ak k lUnr,. ill. turn wit (,l.l,..l tl... l. Kipret la the Vr ton was seen to turn toward the hore at Utlra, ?.. Y Saturday. I aud It became evident that the line had parted under the strain or had 2:33 Si Xv Utica, N. Y May been cut. Soon It dy morning New York Central t u. inav sne was sinking,became apparent i Here wax no No. S3, the Southwestern llm n while In the yard In this city wa ru chance of rendering any mslntance however. In a few minutes tho Nelson into by tvpress threw her stern into the air and dove No. 31, resulting In tha clestructli straight for tho bottom. Where she a Wngncr, an express car and th t sank there is 300 of water. The glne of the latter train. The w crew had no time to even lower their caught fire, but was extlngulshei yawl boat, which hung on tho davits the local department. Harry Neat He stl-- l he learned that severn! at the stern. liuiTalo, assistant superintended were killed and many badlr Injured, the Wagner Co., was so badly hurt t REFUSED.TO BUY THE DRINKS but an to tho number ho could not any. he may die. He is at a hospital. A few of those whosn Injuries wore . - ... III.H.Jf a. . one else was hurt.1 Kahu.il Jan IlirTU It. .. iU.,ln Cil liiKi.ic--iiiV5)-- i ruin iu.jiiiiiii.ioi- ' hjr tUie raco, Struclciall-iklal.llliiphia, hut tho train left soot, nfter the of Ills CoiiiiMtilons. accident at.. the more sctlousty inOFFICERS SHOT IN BATTLE WITH THE FILIPINOS Chicago, May IS. Henry I.oitx, a jured were left at tho scono and wore janitor at tho JeJTerson school, l.lburu to be sent to Heading. Tho second rcitef train .eft Uxctcr avenue and I.ulllii street, refused to at '2:50 a. m. Saturday. It brought tc buy drinks with two men whom he met iu a saloon Sundsy, and a short time Heading 'M additional bodies. The later he war- struck a fatal blow by one names are not yet known. Mot ol the seriously injured wcro brought of his companions. lie was found by two policemen and died here on the first relief train. The rest In a few minutes witl out making any of the Injured were taken to Pottv town and Morristown. statement. The northbound track has been clearKcltz was tho father of Henry I'. ed and the first train through to thli Ilcitz. second b.ivrman of the l'lttv burgh ball club, aod I'd ward K. iteit, city from Philadelphia was tho HufTula second baseman of tho Sacramento, express which left Philadelphia at 11:30 p. in. Cal., ball club. d j.' . -' t! o I V-- 13.-- At ran-Americ- fc-- l.xeter, about six miles south of this city Friday night nnd a great number of people were killed nnd injured. Thi'ro Is no telegraph olllco at Hxstci ii ml details thercforo nro dlfilcult ti. obtain at this writing. Tho number killed in variously stated to be from 13 to 25. Fully 50 others uru Injured. The regular express train from Pottn-vlll- e for Philadelphia Is connected at the station In Heading with a train from H.irrlsburg, which was crowded with excursionists, who had been to tho state capital to witness the ceremonies in connection with tho unveiling of thu Hartrnnft monument. Many of the H.irrlsburg passengers at I.cndiug went aboard the Philadelphia express but It being found that all could not bo accommodated It was decided to send au extra train to Philadelphia to run as tho second section ol the express, Tho extra train left "0 minutes later than tho express. At Hxeter the express stopped for orders and while standing still tho extra train crashed Into It while moving ft great speed. Three of the rear cars of the express were telescoped and the first car of the tutra train was also wrecked. The passenger. In these cars were tcrrlblj mangled, many being killed outright, while others hd limbs aud bodies mslme.'.. Word was at ouce sent to and n special train with physicians nnd uutt.es was se.it to the scene as quickly as it could possibly be put In readiness. Exeter is a ting station aud hits no telephone communication. It is stated that the passengers on the second train were mostly from Morristown, and '.hat several from the borough were killed and many injured. United States Senator Holes Penrose and Gen. IX llunl Orubb were passengers on the wrecked train. Tho rear end of the car In which they wcto riding was crushed and the two gentlemen, though badly shaken U)s wcro uninjured. Senator Penrose did not know how many of the passo.tgrrs of the rear cars were killed or .njurcd, but said when the train left the scene being thoso needing attention by physician and eared for of tho nelghlorhood. resident riilladclphli. .t Heading railroad at trains occurred on the Without good health we cannot keep situation or en Joy life. Most troubles originate in impure blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla makes the blood rich and healthy, and will help you ' keep your place. " Wns tlnil out, tiittl no I look Hood's Hitrsspsrllln. up nnd I cm rat heartily," It tiulll KrTA M Ilium Athol Mum. Built Up until Horn! I lilts r.if litre Ills . tlir nn lrillsllu Slid olr fslli.rtlr ta UW with Jlix-hsMslnl.s. a SIX 1 lllttSAM) .MILKS OK IIAIL-llt)l-). 1XW Harlem ACM I'ort Mor.U .:t srs cut Ttov A (IrrrlititMh ... 1M.J0 Mohawk & Mulone arxl hrnnelies Romr, Wiit.HvwH As ORdcnshur-- r fSl.iS nnd hraiK hr it; to CaHbsKre. AillrtllHUsk Oouvernitir Osmkatchle New J.ikv J tint Hon West Hhote and timm-hll-? 4? I'l'i k anil branches .! Walklll Valler ihi Hvritrti"'. tirtitva a. foriiini: branches Pall lltook ami hrahehes HpuytMi It may be Interesting to note the following statement of milciigcof the New York Central. Iittsid nnd operated lines, which shown the total miles, of truck east of llufiiilo as fi.UI.Sl. It Is, of course, generally known that some of the Western lines hmr a greater mileage. hut their tracks run through u number of sparsely settltd States, while the Iruel.tigp of the New York Cent nil anil leased lines !s nil In the dt'tisch Hipiil.tted Stiitrs of New York nml lVitusli.iiiht, uccoiiiiiiodutltig, by Its numerous trains, inlllloiia of passengers each $ ear. Here is the mileage of the New York Central leased nnd operated Hues: New York Central ami branches..,, flf.4& New York vera Di.)!l & L - e h Mllrs of trck 'illS I.OTJ Mile of .Mini; Total number of tnllts of track and C.1WII sWlntr Huilitlo Kxpress. April 0. 16'JO. The strvire ef the NVkrl Piste Itasd to t ily ami llo.ton is a demonstrated suttrtt, Ihr dtinsnils uf the trsrliof: public ate met by prut Ming three xttlvs last eiprest trains in each ditititi iUil)'. 1 hre trams are ttmN-e- d of niodetn. lift-r.lis)' WMfhr, rlijtant vrjtibulrtl slirp-i- n ears ltween t tnroim, Nrw Yotk Slid Ikosti'ti, and unexcelled ilmmif cars Slrl Cliioatro and Nrvc through trains York hate titufonned eo'orcd imrtrrs in New- - Vork l'lnr C'teek Hollow Littretire Ai Aillrunilark Trrtnlnal Hallway of HulTsIo ,.........,,, Tclal Tioll Ht .,.,. iS. N nt ehatcr i -- a I I vi Ifyeu at thrdlMwa uf iMsseiisn want to tratel romfarlalilv, and sdfeir, cc Irut tour ticket is routed iM the Nielirl I'JuteMtpsili- -r LoU nf men think it is smart to follow of their own eonscriiee, when like as not a is uti a fool's errand i la l HrnxK-rat- . 4ml ( tlsy itxirke. hcM senlcrs sr-- i 1 the dtetatr Wash-itiH.o- it to b Notlnnf tttakr a man feel pneWr than on titnr otio. tsbn he is naturally til Wing laUWisKinrtoa (la.) the hat.it DrHtocrat - It's a fowl trwls for itatnre to roaVe sdtMSfDi HUH tillteeil'toeti. I. A. W. IhiTietin. dlMtt-leftlM- Site it no cntrnoti . f strrncth A small on ion i us) ! sttwiuitr than a lug s)usa4i L. A. W. Ilul'cn 500,000 FAMILIES RELY ON PE-RU-N- A. DR. Dr. WHITSITT'S SUCCESSOR. Seminary Saturday. EX-GO- V. R. P.JLOWER DEAD. I- John T. Orrrne, of .Mlsinurl, Drcted 1'rrsldent of tlm Southern Hanlls. He Hecanie lit In the l.tpnit Countr; Club, KMttpnrt, - I,, Htiil Dlril Within a lew Hours of Heart failure. P. MAJ A. M DIOOLKS. (Of Minnesota, Wounded.) LII.UT. M'TAGOAKT (Of stances, that the department is disposed to let him govern himself in this respect largely by the consideration of his own personal convenience and wish. It is understood, however, that Adm. Dewey will elect to return to New York. Very respectfully, John I). Long, Secretary." "Hon. Robert A. Van Wyck, Mayor of the city of New York." WILL SAIL NEXT TUESDAY, Adm. Watson LettTr San Kranclico for .Manila CapU Uarker In t'ouiiiiunil After Dewey's Departure. Washington, May 13. Adm. Watson will sail from San Kranciseo uext Tuesday as a passenger on one of the regular I'aciflc mall steamships, but can not possibly reach Manila before the middle of June. Orders have been issued placing A.S.Harker in command of the Asiatic squadron after Adm. Dewey's departure until relieved by l.r. Adm. Watson. Capt. Ilarker is now in command of the battle ship Oregon and next to Adm. Dewey is the senior officer of the station. Ho is an olllcer of ability and discretion, has served as nssietant chief of tho bureau of navigation, OAclal Found UuVr, Ciiicaoo, May 13. Ueorge J. Hx-lia- Saturday elected president of tho Southern ItaptUt seminary to succeed HE WANTS REST AND QUIET. Dr. W.'ll. Whiultt, whose resignation was accepted aftor a long nnd bitter Adm. Dewey Declines the Invitation ol struggle, Thursday evening. The elecChleag" to Heroine Iu tiueit on Ilia tion of Dr. Greene is considered a vicKeturn to the L'nlteil Matti. tory for the Whltsitt faction. Dr. J. Chicado, May 13. Judging from i II. V. Kcrfoot was considered the canfaction, but cablegram received Friday from Adm. didate of the Dewey his health, despite medie.i. as- he withdrew his name, ns did also Dr. surance to the contrary, is none of the J. II. Sumpey, a professor of tho sembest, and to this fact is due his prob- inary. able return by way of the Suez canal An Alurl Humor. Instead of the Pacific coast ronte. Toledo, O., May, 16. The special tug The message is as follows: sent to Middle Itass island Saturday "Illinois Manufacturers' Association, night to confirm or deny the rumors of Chicago: Many thanks. Iiudossh.Ic tho death of Cleveland to accept invitation now. (oi.d.tou reached Sandu.ky a few minutes beof health necessitates rest and quiet Mr. Cleveland Is fore twd o'clock. "limn " alive andlvery well indeed. When InThe cablegram was In repiy to o.io formed of the rumors of his death ho sent by the association asking tinwar. mncl provoked and said: "It is to become its guest upon hu re- .'niply absurd." lie turned arouud turn to this country, and strongly urg- and walkcS Into the. club house. ing upon him the advisability of codftrt'oml Decree Murder. ing by way of San Francisco and across Omaha, Keb., .May 15. John Kerr, the continent. autl-Whitsitt al Kama, Killed ) Louisvii.I.k, Ky., May 15. Dr. John T. flrecne, of Missouri, war. at noon Ten Dollar for Life, Havk.v, Ct May Kobinson, of the supreme court, a jury to award 510 damans for the death of Laborer Antonio I'etrlllP, killed by a New York, tw Nkw who Kelt!, killed hit. John at vVlley, Douglas 'county, a ftithcr-ln-hi- Haven & Hartford train. year ago, yas Sunday convicted of murdt r in Iho second degree. Tho murder grw out of an attempt of ICerr to sediro a reconciliation with his divorced wife, during which ho was severely beaten by Ueld. Nkw Morris year-olds, 13. Former (Sot. Flower died Friday night at 10:30 at tho Kustport Country club, at Kustport, I I. Mr. Flower was taken ill early in the dny with a severe attack of acute indigestion, in the afternoon symptoms of heart failure, supervened and he grew steadily worse until the time of his death. The attack of heart failure was accompanied Mr. spell nnd by a fainting Flower's family in New York city Mrs. Flower were quickly notified. and tho former governor's nephew, Frederick S. Flower, accompanied by Dr. Thomas 11. Allen, Mr. Flower's physiMr. TV. II n. Wllllums. Columbus. O. cian, left nt once, on a special train for V. II. II. Williams, pul Usher of The When they arrived there runners Industrial I'lilon, In a recent Hastport. Mr. I' lower had somewhat recovered lettt rto Dr. Hart man says: "I hnvciiFtd ns u family inrtllclne for set-f- t but Friday night the attack of heart nl j ear. find It of especial use for failure wai marked and Mr. Flower I hntu lintl nveral tedious became unconscious an hour or more myself. with syHtciiiutlc cattirih and before his death. I had tiled sew ml using other leinedli'H with lit tic or no success. THE FILIPINOSAGAIN ROUTED Hut In found prompt nml sure cure. nlwnys Keep the rumedy Urn, I.uwton Att'.i'ka il the Kebelj llehlud which promptly relieves nny nttnckof Stroll!; rortlllctlloiM ut nn lid- the same malady. fonso anil Droto'Ihrm Out. "My wifeiihouses She finds It of especial use for bctere spells, to Nkw Yoiik. May 13. A dispatch to which kIkj Ik subject. We ill ways keep thf Herald from Manila says: Tho Fil- it in the house us u family medicine. ipino forces which were entrenched We thlnl. it tin 'excellent remedy for behind strong fortifications at San lid thu viii Ions Ills to which children are fonso, north of Ilalinng. were driven subject, especially climatic diseases from their position by (Jen. Lawton. Address Dr. Hurtman, Columbus, Ohio, for n free book on family medicine. One American was wounded. Ni:w Yoiik, May Iloswell Pc-ru-n- n 1 bu-fo- ru n n I s I n. Hay-de- n, M'Jlh-hel- d Will Meet la Cincinnati Nut Year. Washington, May The Amorf. can Society of Mechanical Engineers will meet a year hence nt Cincinnati The question of tho meeting place was Mo ris Stillttt.r Horses. Yohk May 15. A. 11. and D. II. have .old their promising two- mtestor and I'rcstidlgi- - tator. The irice paid is said to have been $15,000 and the purchaser F. V. noon, opening the amateur art exhibition at Cromwell house In the presAlexandre ence of a distinguished company. Woodn Stirrups Saved Ulna. l'atul Accident In a Colliery, Cr.AMKHVin .E, Tcnn., May 5. A CKNTitAMA.l'o,, May 13. An accident ridded by Louis Johnson stepped horse upon a live roken trolUy wire. Thf tt the Centralia colliery Frlduy resultanimal was Hied instantly, and John- - ed in the death of four men and tho son owes his life to wooden stirrups, a fc'til Injury of two othern. dlx other sustained cuts and bruises. thick bUnkd and oadded saddle. Mrs. ClioHle nt u I'liliHe I'midlon. London, May 13. Mrs. Joseph II. Clioate, wife of United States Ambassador Choate, officiated for 'the first time at a public function Friday after- D UACUIWWL Spalding League OFFICIAL TUB JBsTmL Utlie only official halt of Din National I.raenr and nuiot he aPJipifcaw'ari iit.nl in all games, .'.nili till warranted. ACCIiPT NO SUIISTIT1UBS If a iltslcr does not carry HpslcUug's sthlctk' goods lit stock, send vour nsnS; and aililrcss to us (and Ills, too for n copy of our handsomely Illustrated catalogue, A. O. SPALDING Sl ROt. Haw York Ohloago Psnvr Ball r "V'Z'J. -- w. . a p 4"4 'TRUCE WANTED. KcqiiMtConiPH Direct Vr Atruliialdo Throucli nil Alilo From (Jen. I'llur. Willi ,i. SITUATION IN CUBA GRAVE. The I'Un of IHolrlliutlniior thuS:i,00O,0()0 Among All Ciili.tn Troop Cnue Muih llliaiiolntiii(-nt- . GEN. AGUINALDO. Ho PEACE A PROSPECTS BRIGHT. In It Will Confer Klnlrj-dm- minion Appointed Philippine Corn- - i. No Objection to Parley. 15. ,r IVrnUlct M0. )t, ,,, M Ul -- Gen. Maximo Havana, May. Goinor. Informed Gov. Gen. llrooke Monday that he must withdraw from the plan for distributing tho 3,000,000 10. Retreated Into KclIIa province Tw l'risoiierri.l Weeks Ago-Spa- nish SutUfartorjr fond union of llontllltlea tho riilllpplni-- i Kxprcted hjr the AilinlnUtrntlon OllU'lnU. 1 STATE NEWS ITEMS. ! MAim.A.Mny resumed the attempt to Intluco the Americans to discuss the hlttintlon. Reyes, n young llcutencnt on tlio'ntalf of (Jen. Grcgorio ,Il pilar, enmo to (Jon. I. an ton .Saturday under a lint-otruce. Ho was accompanied by a barefooted busier. The two were cucortcd to Manila by Capt. Sew-cl- L of (leu. Law ton's stair. Reyes told Maj. (Jen. Otis that Agul-nald- o desired passes for a military commission to eomc to Manl a to con- --The Filipinos have fer with the Amorlcnn-Phllppln- o com- A Filipino priest. who had talked with the Tngal General Treai, ha 1) rou glu to Father MclClunon, chaplain of the 1st California regiment, a copy of a letter written by Aguinaldo to the. General Treas asking his opinion as to the advisability of surrendering, saying: "I fear that the Ion warfare that will be necussarj to conquer the United States will drain the country's rctotirvc too much." Mr. Holmes, a Canadian subject, who, with his partner In the sugar manufacturing business at Calumplt, Mr. Carrlok. an American, was recently on ptured by the Filipinos, reports that he was informed by his caplors that he might leare whenever bo w lshod to do o. He refused to go unwas permitted to accomless pany him, and said: "Wo ku or stay Cat-rlc- (Jen. Otis replied that missioners. passes would not be necessary, as unarmed coiniulsloncrs could enter the American linos, lie would leave the matter, ho said, in (Jen. Law-ton'hands. Lieut. Keyos returned Saturday evening to Iltiealor. Manila, May 14.- - Au'iiinnldo basis-sue- d order that nil foreigners must leave insurgent territory within 11 hour. There are only n few-- commercial men there, mostly English and Gorman. Aguinaldo believes that by refusing them the rights of he con foreo their governments to recognize llio belligerency of his government, in order that they may treat for Ihe safety of their subjects. s ts d to the payment of tho extent that he will not name other commissioners to replace those originally named by him, ivho have refused to serve. Gen. llrooke is to go ahead with a new plan, Gomez remaining in an attitude of friendly Inactivity. Gen. llrooke will lsstio an order for Cuban privates and otllccrs to meet at specified places on specified dales to receive payment. They are to be accompanied by their company officers for the purpose of Identification. Iloth (Jen. Gomez and the governor general feel that the private ought not to lose their share in the American gratuity merely because the schemes of certain high olllrcrtt In the Cuban army have Interposed obstacles. The belief among the Americans is that the company oflleers will acslst in this way. (Sen. llrooke' order will be disseminated through the newspapers, placarded in the post otlieos and given the widest circulation practicable. WasiiinotuN, May 10. High officials in the war department were reluctant to discuss the Cuban Munition Monday The Press dispatch was afternoon. road with interest, but it did not cause much surprise among army oflleers who are well Informed nbout tho thoso who nre Cubans, especially known as "soldiers of fortune," and who have been bitterly disappointed because the island wns not turned over to them immediately after the Spanish surrender. There Is an impression also that the Intention of Gen. Itrooko to see that the $1,000,000 are distributed among all the Cuban troops has caused disappointment among the many "generals" and other high oflleers who were evidently expecting to secure a large share of the Cuban troopH to the money. appropriated They Are llejond American Succor XtiK Seaon Unlet a Filipino Hurretula American Take l'lace Hoon-F- Ira nt Man Miguel I'rUuner A dispatch! to Miguel via M tho Herald from San nlla says: It is said that AgulualdohaJ lied Into the province of Nucva Ecilla. On April 20 ho retreated by carriage from Ilalluang through San Isidro and nothing has been heard from him'' in two weeks since. The 5,000 Spanish prisoners who arc reported to be held by the Insurgents have been carried Into a northern province nnd scattered along small garrisons. They are beyond American succor this season unless a Filipino surrender takes place within thrct Nkw Yoiik, May 10. wcelcs. Five American prisoners wero car rlcd through this town last week. I Their names arc unknown. Sax Miocki, May 11 (vlaManlla, Mat 10). The iusurgent, general, Gregorla del Pilar believes that he has been dr serted by the Filipino govcrnmentuma desires to surrender If he can secure what he regards as honorable terms from the Americans. I London, May 10. Tho followingdi-patchas been received by Lloyd from Manila: "Owing to the orders of the revolutionists nil English employes bare been forced to leave the rice come here. Native employes will tc A protest hns beta the mills. left at tiled with the Itrltish consul." h J mill-ran- WOMAN'S PEACE ASSEMBLY. They I'mi llriolutlon Which Seek toOlie .Moral Suorci: to thr Trace Cum- minion at Thn Ilngur. r May 10. Detroit womtn held a peace assembly Mondayjaud days on Iho lllitlnj; In the Island of Worklngmcn are preparing Luton. for another act In the tframa which will neccsiarlly dispcrnu the Filipinos. The rebels are so clone to Sun Fernando as to make life in that place uncomfortable while they remain in their present position. The armies of the United States have advanced so far that the question of has become the great problem. To solve It, engineers are repairing the llngbag bridge so that it will bo safe for the passage of trains and give railroad connection between Manila and San Fernando. In the meantime supplies shipped to Calumpit have to be hauled 15 miles to Maj. (Jen. at San Fernando, nnd 'JO miles to Maj. Gen. Lawton, at '.a color, by bullock carls, nuil every cart has to lo ferried separately on a raft ncrost the llio Grande two or thrco times'. The roads are rough, and after the daily showers, which are forerunners of the rainy season, so soft thai It is iuiKsstble to make more than a mile an hour. The few mules that are here hate been found to bo greatly superior to bullocks for this work. The latter die unless they nre given frequent baths and the heat killed so many that carting is now all done by night. Mami.a, May 15. Tho civilian members of the United States Philippine commission are favor tblo to the meeting with a Filipino commission which was suggested on Saturday on behalf of Aguinaldo by Lieut. Reyes, of the staff of Gen. Gregorla Del Pilar, who came to Gen. Lawton under a tlag the proposal. of truce, bearing It Ik thought by the American commissioners that the idea may have resulted from a recent meeting of Filipino congress at San the Dctiultu information on this Isldor. point, however, can not yet be obtained, though the local Filipino commutes which is in close communication with the leaders of the rcbclion is doing its utmost to secure peace. Mae-Arthu- together." The curtain will go down In a few The belief was expressed that the situation in Culm is serious and that careful and diplomatic management will be needed. It was stated that no orders would be Issued to Gen. llrooke, as he had ample authority to deal with any situation which might arise. There seems to be a belief that Gen. Gomez has contributed to the delay in the payment of the money. CiKNrTKOo. Province of Santa Clara, Monday May 10. About .' o'clock afternoon a jfang of Cubau dock laborers called upon Capt. 'iSarfter, captain of the port, and made a demand Art they wero violent, for back pay. The Capt. Jlarker drew his revolver. laborers retired but returned soon after with 50 others and made a similar demand using profano language, insulting Capt. Uarker and offering threats. The Cuban jkiIIco were ordered to arrest the malcontents and a general street light following, in which one laborer was killed and several persons wounded, including three of the police adopted the resolutions sent out lr the National Women's Peace associi tion, which seek to give moral support to the peace commission to assemble t The Hague this week. The meeting also sent this cablegram to the I "Verdcs Comlte, Hague. Dctrat resolutions passed; 0,003 represent td" a Wahiiinoton, May 10. A satisfactory "435-3- 9 29M992239&2$9ZV7i2'5-2tt-3?-2tt-23222iconclusion Is expected by administration ofllcials from the conference which will be held by the American PhilipFOUND UNCONSCIOUS. GIGANTIC SCHEME ON FOOT." pine commission with the commission which Aguinaldo proposes to send to Vait .Timber anil .Mlnoral I.unil to llo Taylor I.artcr tti Found In a Fluid Near Nought Up by a Syndicate In Moat Jabes A llloudy Stone Wan by III Manila. hide. Virginia and I'untern lennrsaee. A dispatch to the war department Monday from Gen. Otis announced that Cor.UMiifA, Ky.. May 13. The man MiDDi.KSJior.ouoir, Ky., May 13.A Aguinaldo had sent a messenger to found near Jabcz, Russell county, gigantic scheme appears to be on foot n him expressing n wish to bend the to buy up the vast timber and mineral Wednesday in an unconscious condi"to arrange terms of peace." lands throughout Western Virginia tion was Taylor Lartcr, a highly reThe administration ofllcials express the and Eastern Tennessee, and to build spected and well to do citizen of that opinion that this commission will subHe died Wednesday night railroads to all principle points to open county. mit to President Schurman and his asthem up to trade. It 1b said there arc without regaining consciousness. A sociates the answer of Aguinaldo to millions of dollars interested In the largo stone found near tho body the propositions made by the American project. thousands was covered with blood and' hair There arc commission to Col. Argucllcs, Agui-naldo- 's of acres of the richest lands in and is supposed to have been tho emissary, regarding the characidle the world lying in this weapon used. Lartcr disappeared a ter of government which would bo section because of the lack of railroad week ago add had not been seen sinco given to the Filipinos nnd which Ar- facilities; He is supThe Virginia Coal and Iron until found by his wife. gucllcs declared was satisfactory. Co. Is ostensably at the head of this posed to have been in tho field where It is probably apparent to the Fil- scheme to monopolize this land, but it found since he disappeared. It is aq ipinos that there is nothing to bo Is old, unused field. It is said that Lar believed that northern and English pained by conducting negotiations for tcr some time ago aiscovcreu soint capitalists are backing the company. the purpose of obtaining a temporary crooked work and told of it. The aucessation of hostilities. Gen. Otis will A GIRL CAUSED THE FIGHT. thorities arc working on a clew as ta not grant an armistice, as he has the murder. shown that lie docs not proposo to JtnlouKjr Canaed Two Fromlnent Men to 1'nRiiKO In a Sliootlnj; Match One of ZINC AND COAL OIL. stop fighting, no matter how many the I'artlclpant IVonndciL peace emissaries Aguinaldo may send From a Cliff Crude Oil Hun la Larg to Manila, unless they agree to unconMiddi.khhoko, Ky., May 11. Jcalou s Quantities Woman Struck a Match ditional surrender. caused a shooting affray here Tuesday and Hnroly Ktcnped. In his ditpatch Gen. Otis shows, de evening between lion. Jerre Jarnlgan spite the fact that Aguinaldo states and Lieut. John J. Colgan, in which Louisville, Ky., May 14. Lewi? his purpose to send a commission to the former was wounded. Several county is all excitement over the disarrange peace, ho is malting prepara- shots were fired and the affair has coveries of zinc and coal oik Crude half-piflasks are coming tions to continue military operations. caused considerable excitement be- coal oil in It Is evident to the ofllcials from this cause of the prominence of the prin- from hand to hand Friday morning and several gallons of oil were brought dispatch that Gen. Otis has found it cipals. Jaruigan is a nephew of necessary to change his plans, lie has 35ob Taylor, of Tennessee, and from the farm of Ell Ilryant, six miles been makhi'' preparations to at coal oil inspector for the state of Ten southeast. It spurts from a stone cliff Congressman S. J. Hacolor, where 11,000 tack insur- - nessee. Lolgan was a lieutenant in in large quantities. gents ure believed to be encamp- the 2d Kentucky volunteers. A girl Pugh says the work of boring will begin right away. A Mrs. Hathaway had ed, and It Is presumed that caused the fight. a narrow escape from death while visthe movements reported Monday still Think HI Son AlUe. iting the scene of the discoveries with have that point as the objective. Gen. Stukois, Ky., May 10. A letter just her husband. She touiied a match to Lawton is making excellent progress received from Corporal J. C. Wilson, the ground, when flames shot up. Hei in his northward march, and the disof the 5th Georgia, U. S. V., states that dress caught fire and the blaze was expatch of Maj. Kobbe with LM)0 men up the llio Grande, supported by gun- tho rogiment has reached New York, tinguished with difficult'. t boats and canoes is for tho purpose of and that the Kentucky boys who were To Prevent Lynching. enabling Gen. Lawton to cross the llio recruited from Sturgls will soon reach Calhoun, Ky., May 14. Jailer RiggJ Gratido without molestation by the home excepting Corporal Jos. Davis, who died of typhoid fever at Santiago became alarmed Thursday night ovct enemy. prospect of a mob appearing ta The plan apparently contemplates on April 23. Mr. Davis aged father is the r lying on his deathbed and has been hang Ilryant Taylor, who got n the rapid swinging of Lawton to the term in the penitentiary for tin vt'ost, Gen. MacArthur to remain at waiting patiently for the return of his murder of Joe Logsdcn at Owensboro. San Fernando, between the insurgents son, vho he does not know is dead. and took him from the jail shortly JSacolor and those at Mexico, and at Church Struck Ity Lightning. i r after dark and handcuffed him to himCaju.isi.k. Ky., May 15. While a self. He took him to a barn in the festival given by members of Moore-fiel- d Long Falls Hats, two miles from town, Colored Methodist church was In and kept him all night. They got com-inhslont ex-Go- v. ten-yea- progress lightning struck the building, breaking dUhcs and - upsetting tho tables. Several persons were hurt, but. none seriously. About the same time, and only a few yards away, lightning struck a tree under which 25 head of sheep were sheltered, killing every one of them. touilion Won the Itace. Lou'svii lk, May 12. Souchon proved an easy winner in the Mademoiselle d fillies Wedstakes for nesday afternoon. Turner rode a patient race on the Himyar filly, and, getting away with her nicely, he held her in third place till the stretch was reached, when he came on with her nnd won in a gallop. The talent had a good day of it-three-year-ol- r, 1 the Cuban populace became very insulting nnd threatened revenge, an outbreak was expected and the lid I'nltcd States Infantry regiment was ordeted iuto the city. The troops wete patroling the town Monday evening. The Cubans arc well armed and about an hour ago firing was heard near the custom house, although this was probably only harmless mischief, as the -- d Infantry patrol, on Investigating the locality, found no one who could be made responsible. force. As !. "'!., -- '"''i-- . , ' -- .iflfir. r i" r. J-i" - lif j- rr .. SLki zji GENERAiTANTMpST (lov. LAW. syra Will Ailtlrro Letter to Iho (lot r mora of All the Mute Aklug fur i Meeting to I ontlder thn Mutter. Houston-- IIP' 'W I ggggg-sT-g'- .' v&5ci , VsOC ' s-s s-- " raduc.ih to I'utortaln the Cumtnlloner. Paoucaii, Ky., May It The city council appropriated S150 to pay the expenses of the rivers and harbors commission of congress when they e stop here on their way down the Comriver and 5000 to entertain pany K, od Kentucky volunteers, when they return home next week. Ten-ncss- back to jail about daylight. Then ' was no sign of a mob, however. i (room of a Week Killed. Wii.i.iamstown, Kj., May 15. Guy Williams was accidentally killed by ho discharge of a shotgun in his own hands. He was loading the gun, to going hunting, when tho gun went off. Ho was married last week to Miss Edna May Castlcmau. Just one year ago his bride's fathci was thrown from a horse at this place, and died in a few hours from his injuries. State Auditor Stone a ltetlcrnt. Lkxinqtox, Ky., May 15. State An. ditor Sam Stone was in Lexington He was interroSunday morning. gated as to his intentions with reference to the announcement that he will soon become a candidate for the rt publican gubernatorial nomination. He was very reticent, however, and left the impression that he w as in no hurry to shy his castor into the ring. -ri - s: 10,000 for Two Leg. Ky., May 1). Fred Stewart, ho had both legs amputated in the Illinois Central railroad shops here, Oet , S" Pa rue-All- -- "GO WEST, YOUNG MAN, AND GROW UP WITH THE COUNTRY." A , Tex., May 10. Gov. Say-cr- s gave out the infomiation Monday that as soon as the legislature adjourns he will address a letter to the governors of all the states asking a meeting at some suitablu time and place with their attorney generals for the purpose of considering and agreelaw to ing upon an effective be presented to the different legislatures. In the meantime, he will insist upon tho legislature enacting such a law at the present session. Famous Old riagililp Hartford. anti-trust Washi-miion- , May to. Adm. Farra-gut'- s I famous old llagshlp Hartford, which for many years lias been on tho Paelllc coast, is coming cast. She has Acquitted f Murdering Her Hatband. Col., May 15. The trial been selected as a training ship for Gkoiioktown, of Mrs. .lane Fish, accused of having landsmen and will bo placed under murdered her husband, Gaylord Fish, command of Capt. Mauley, at present by chloroforming him while ho slept, attached to tho navigation bureau of ended in her acqnlttal. The murder the navy department. The landsmen charge was made by the Woodmen of to be trained on the Hartford will be tho cenalmost entirely the World, from which order Mrs. Fish recruited nnd lake states. inTho vessel - tral west sought to collect insurance on her bushas been completely modernized. band's life. lilcntl llnl 111 Daughter' Iteniaina. New Oiii.ka.mi, May 15. Mayor Tag-gar- t, of Indianapolis, who went down Cliandeleur Island to view the body to of tho young lady burled there, identified it as his daughter lost In tho wreck of tho Paul Joucs. Tho body will bo brought w this city Monday morning. telegram has readied Mrs. Grovcr Cleveland fwra Sandusky, O., stating that Mr. Cleveland Is all right, and did not) A to take a station so as to pre vent them from crossing the Kio Manuel Shipped to .Morrl Turk. Wliinlt. Itnachand Her llunband Charged Grande. MacArthur is alo needed at Louisville, Ky.. May 11. Manuel With Jlrutally llurnlug Thrlr lour his present point to protect communi- was shipped to Morris park Tuesday Little Children Xeitrly to Death. cation with Manila. uieht. He was a little lame Tuesday afternoon and the Messrs. Morris Atlanta, On., May 10. Winnie PEACE CONFERENCE PLANS. not to run him in the Clark Roach, a mulatto woman, and her The colt Is entered In several stakes. hu.sband, arc chnrged with brutally A CSreat (ourt at Which All Nation May big events in the east. burning their four little children nearllrad(lrand Tribunal for the Dhorced Couple ISrmarrleiL ly to denth by Igniting paper saturated Whole World. Campto.v. Ky.. May 12. Mr. It. D. with kerosene, with which their bodies had been wrapped. Tho man, Lawrence Tiik IIaouk, May 10. About half Hose, Jr., and Miss Rosa Hello Swango, Roach, ran away during tho nftcrnoon the delegates to tho peace conference of near this place, eloped to parts unNo re- known. Miss Swango was Mr. Rose's when he heard that his treatment of have arrived at Tho Hague. tho children had been reported to tho ports of the mooting will bo allowed former wife, she having secured a dipolice. Tho woman wa- In the act of in Russia newspapers Tho first ses- vorce, from him at the last term of the applying more lire to ono of the chil- sion of the meeting will bo held on Wolfe circuit court. dren when a crowd broke In. The po- Wednesday nt :i p. m. On Friday Two Drowned. lice were summoned as a lynching was groups will be appointed to study the HoPKiN'sViLi.E, Ky., May 13. feared. different questions before the conferlironaugh, one of the best known Tho woman and the children were ence. Adiournment will then be taken colored liaptlst preachers in this reOne of the chtl- - j until the Tuesday following. It Is gion, and his little grandson, wero taken to the station dren had all the flesh burned from her said that Scth Low will be a member swept fiom their buggy and drowned logs in several places and will prob- of the committee to discuss arbitration, while attempting to ford a swollen ably die. The other three are all bad- to which question the delegates will stream within the city limits. ly burned. devote themselves chlclly. C'lwrU WOMAN'S HORRIBLE DEED. Kobb was Tuesday awarded S10.000 damages the jury in tho circuit court agajnt the railroad company. He brought suit for 525,000. by de-oid- ed I'rUonerK Sent to thol'estlinuse. Lkxin'oton. Ky., May 11. All tho prisoners in the Fayette county jail have been ordered to the pesthousj and the jail fumigated, repainted and thoroughly cleaned. Among the McXamara, are under three years' sentence to tho penitentiary. The prisoners will be kept under guard. The action was made necessary by the smallpox existing in tho jail. A Set of China Dislie. Vkiisaillks, Ky., May 10. A set of China dishes which was on Dewey's flag ship Olympla during the battle at Manila, May 1, 1S93, was received hero by Mrs. Edward Hensley. It was purchased as a gift for her at Hong Kong by her daughter, and Adm. Dewey was to deliver it. Tho war prevented the delivery until the present. pris-oners - Murder and SuIcUIh. Ky., May 12. New just reached here that Sam Mattingly, of Ilrusli Grove, this county, shot and SpiiiN'OFiKLt), Rev-Pet- er fatally wounded his wife aild then killed himself. Jealousy is tupposed to be tho cause. Quarreled Oier a Ai.han'V, Ky., May. It. In a quarrol which grew out of the tearing down of some fences, Ann Ellen Denny tthot nnd seriously wounded her cousiu, Parker Marcum. Henton'. Married jo a liugcy. Ky.. May l!i. Hugh Eng- Itallwuy I'rc.lilnit Shot unci Killed. Wu.i.iamsvim.k, Mo., May 10. II. N. r'antrit Time on Kecord. Halladay, president of tho Williams-ville- , Greenvlllo ,t St. Loals railway, was shot and killed here Monday by Monroe Johnson, a prominent lumberman. Lieut. Col. Thiii. M. K. .. Smith Itetlred. Poutlam), Ore., May 10. The river steamer Hassalo on a builder's trial Monday, steamed forovcr hnlf an hour at a speed of 25 miles an hour and 'during a short spurt of two miles speeded up to 2(14 inllcb an hour, making her time the fastest on record. Virginian (let DhVAt.l", step-daughte- r, Cleveland AU flight. FlHJfCKTOjf, N. J., May 15. drop dead as reported. i Washington, May 10. Lieut. Col. Thomas M. K. Smith. 10th infantry, has been retired after !!0 years service. This retirement promotes Maj. Egbert 11. Savage 8th infantry, tt to lleuten ant colonel. llns, tried on a charjreof betraying his a girl of It, was found cyuilty, and given five years In the V., a Five le:ir Sentence. May 10. Wilbur Mill- - I I enltentiary. Marting Illmirlf to Driith. Aiiu.i-xi:- . Kan., May 1(1. Hugh Greenwood, arrested last Wednesday on the charge of attempted assault on a d girl, lias refused food sinco his arrest, and declares ho will not eat until relensod. For four days he has swallowed nothing but water. secretary (lage Hack In Washington. Washington, May 10. Secretary (lage has returned from a two weeks' vacation spent at Hoi Springs, Vn. Ho has fullv recovered nit 'usual health and vltror. 7- -, car-ol- Head. lion, Albert llawes Ky., May 12. Hoc. Albert Hawes Clnrk, distinguished lawyer and politician, died Wednesday night of consumption, aged 50. lie wns one of tho "Immortal liOU" dele- "ates, who voted every ballot for ('rant's nomination for third term in the natioual convention In 1SS0. HopKJN.svii.tK, lish, aged 0: years, and Rlioda Coleman, aged BS years, were married In a buggy in front of the court houso 'Thursday. It was their second veu-tl'rrulhir Accident. 1Iopki.vsvii.lk, Ky., May lit. S. D. Chestnut, a wealthy planter, was engaged In mending a b.irbed wire fence when a sharp end of the metal flew back, and. striking him in the eje, d stroyed its sight entirely. llu No AmrU. Owkn'siiouo, Ky., May 12. James L. llutler, of Vorfiintown, tiled n petition S in bankrup . Wednesday, with no assets liabilltitw 531,-"!5- ail f .wyp. -- M y BaaE' 1 n "'nim .- -' mTttiWm pi b'2y9P1HUw jflpgWip(w)ll I f lttt& - . mm iinn ii,i,W)lllat Going to Build This Spring? Wo can furnish yon with everything needed to build with . . . at . . . VERY LOWEST PRICES, Rough Lnmbor, Dressed Lnmlxr. Doom nml Windows. Sash and Blind, Shingles. Nails, Builders Hardware, Paints sind Oils. Lime, Cement mid Plaster. Lot. us figure with you. L P. &Wi& Ellison J--r- Kaili-oa- d Tina' Table. St. L. ni. n N., O. & I.KlVKSt Tnln N M t !.r. p Train So. .(, l ..'' . K. It. .',2. T 1A v m I, 2 'ft I' m .MSMVKM; Trnln 'Irrtlit N. 'n Stone vs. Stone. 'on or on tho part of Amthinltlo mid bis -- There win a goed crowd in town to represent the bent the Democratic lenders ii e putty, and to bring pence to the Mondnv to.sec the show. Mon.il organization, in. f f '. i u. Ply iu:iiilred portrusslons of the -- To hold vacant lots at i,,gh ,.t .Manager lluU retards the vmutb of town. uuim omiuhmmiil .him. h la protege or , Stoic NhhIU that fully one third of tho v , m.mln..I director of the Philippines are It.ooal Comn.ltteo iu th, .bi-e, . rhu, ami If. Ip ., of W.J-) wel . Jr.. -ifllli.M. Iinlri, Hn- - i.iroes of the hiiiiio moo as those , Mow.weivuiUHMmyMma,. . while ne. is uccenuMi ns ,it r,rnim. i the United Stale, ., Mrs Jeff. luuian.o.' ucari ,,.,. 'niuiiul not numerous nboiit Mnnll.i ooni. i. ,rv,.u Mr.nnd PulKui. vere iu the city tlitsMtek. iirlsu nearly the entire tionuhitlnn P,.1,,ll.1i , i11H ..it,,-,- ,, ,.,. an-i o h.iv ,Mr. ijook (ItM'i.ires tnat ,i iuuikii of Camthersvillc "i uu: Islands. The ad. o;Iirbaukwitha capital stock (h i0-- n,o next Deinoersliu Nutii) d t'nn- - vticatea of the s uheiuii believe WMt there would entioii nil! renllJrm the tineigo that in a short tin UHslmllntlon between tho Hurry Matson, of Stale Lin", w " j,jf,,tiii, it will turn I? I ; i.u uo . , iu iberity Mouilay, and tiik in ilw, ,,,i8irjui l,t!l,0iiH tieitrnpN of the Philippines null . eirei.S. i..i. I...... .,..,(. . , ..,tnr lllilr lfliulrml Irnm it... I'..il..,l Ddiou rnmctl ..... m ,. Il i.iid that In SIhIkm nml tlir ilmrn H....I.I r,.i ...i...t..iui .. . twenty-ouyoung bidies to Iho thw ,,,:,, ., yx Jow for i, t!re.d npntiln oi.i.nr. Monday night . i,ii r, winli .. - . iritti,'.,,.,. he buys, wtil tin He a luniuea to get Homes nml posni- Tv!, iho Ddwcrntlo billties of c.ireets thoy could not I T.,?, iVi'fwIul c. .1Vy . -- ,!,&, lllllIIIIIT tllll IWlllt ll'llllltl .it Wllalilliif The stern man isn't nlways behind prediction of Sum 11. nl"1 il U will be com- l in buslines affairs. nl manager of the is Mciuiti Ooiiimittco. k TiU ddered by tho administration in iMr.tr -- Work on the new U P. Church progressing rapidly. turned to Washington ln"t week tht near future, finch n policy In ' this ofllcc at lroin at. Lotus, lie tin lCU III ,,MM..t mi Mix I....-w.linnn- - t ).! .....i ..I .. ' X Old w , eoi.feici:co "'.nam ...f,... 11niiiIl!m... .....v.....l Ul'tlUIII. ! TJ with lficentsper hundred. i,n . ... tr... I tl,..t. .....J ..u u.iiK.ru i ..ml attention io iiiuun.ui- u. Cm,,,, mm wmvi , u lenders, anil his (ItMilanit . s said In way tu dnfent iobelliou.1 iictH S k's. rillUl'l'INKS. nntl.tfejrlll4,n A proportion to utilize negro Prepare for hot weather. l(.s will 1)0 nailnd nefrt't" l,, at 5 cents pin ti troops to n largo extent in futttti' Strawberries are retailing than the 1G Jo "lank military operations in per quart. the Philip. J The most of our farmers are through in the Democratic Nat lei I1'"' pities is attracting imitili attention form of !)()(. atlonrdlaV '() (jK, planting corn Anti-trus- LOCAL NEWS. Now Issues in the dknpaigu, t TO Si:.M NKMltO SOMHBItS TO THE mid foot-llght- s 'MVi'V'i' Spring Opening! HIGH-CLAS- 1 0(Ui'lr' ''1 i$- - S ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES IN eut ex-Uo- uii ,.,-lllII- ... SPRING AND SUMMER i, d"Ji iffiliS. ... r , 1 ex-Go- t '' ,.,. i.i-- l'i- ross Qoodsl NOW ON MY OOUNTKKH. X'y purelirtti thin miwon surpnssrs all other in H1CIINKS8, VA UIIJTV NOVKLTaP.S are and STY1X. The wttenw am our own, and iu fear of dnplinitlmi. My shelves nro enmded with tho world's bm, latent and lovulUnt production!. Aiiio'jk hu . tluse: i - "' Devon JMquc, - Arundol Pique, Si ron Dimity, I , LiKrno Checks, e 1 kJKtl l Viinn l...lt.l- t. l - 'IT J' iii.,i . I 5 i.- - last Presidential election many free silver Republicans voted for MoKinley, and many Democrats who were not for free silver voted for Bryan, because, to them, their respective parties represented principles ot greater importance. And there were Democrats who voted for .MnKinta.v solelj becanse they objected to Brynn on the money issue. We submit that all these elements acted ns nearly honest as they could under the environments. But, there was another element of democrats who voted for McKinley whose honest convictions were with tbe Republicans, bat who had boon held in tbe Democratic ranks only from their Southern prejudices or convictions. , . , .. . of CHiilon. it N' .. , m OXIIH J Of lieCIIII ITrOIl OI nm nwi.nnr" I mill .... . . . ,,,.Mv. If tho IJepubhcana should nom- ...:.l ...Jll ..v.... .,,,v,... ,. T4.1n-i- li ....... nmilll II "' -uooa sum: i ii riiii. sliver, Mr. ii mc m tlie last . ear Is reported In have mid the Dem- make it his future home. inate Auditor Stone .(too been won h ali.OUO.OOO. There I ,. otiesllon ubout it. .. Phm tocrats our old Congressman, W. tion h.i.w.-.-convene at Union City next disposition among (be 1 fiu'rs of no bolter Investment than a line will . .1. Stone, an opposing candidates Monday for a two day. pecan oruliard, as they aro very the party to UiKc a imeKi r.tj of moii hj the long-livefor Governor, it would he Stone -- K. T. Dongln.. left bun week for trees and prollllo heur- ""' Tliry can bo Miccessfully i,itiou silver question lias comi ictay, vs. Stone. If n fellow shouted. Memphis, having secured with a lumber concern of that elty. !nnd it will never be set efnntil rown over n por- Stone ! Stone!" bow conlil ion iMt-n- I "Zh- is lion of Virginia and Konlnek, np 5)0 when ron want King tell which Stone! Truly, politico fnhiiolLs, Bread, Fruits. S'ut.s and1'!"" will be paid to that 'jute in nml in nearly all the States south. badly mixed I lyi'U tllilll 111 i&UO. ItlO BE'ftion are Ciudies. " ii" fairly well uuderstoo h the. irin,K-imr,.i,rDemocrats, incto bold Street P.ihNtblf.dl. What's people, and It would be n le s to The McKinley thi! matter with Hickman havingone? thrash old straw over gi i. 1 What ? . do not mean to say that t iPi.lver . ri... Kvuitvniru ia withdr.iwn'from the lcgisla ' question will be ignored, tm here Xess. Political purtie nrc made np of tivo race iu Ballanl and Carlisle couu-- ' ih every reason to betleveftut Hice and Clow, compromises, nod the best men ties. 'greater emphasis will lif jt very frequently accept certain Last week Hickman feasted nu upon the new develop ieite iu Cold I Fresh str.iwbirr.es and preachers; and this ' our national poliMCH.' politituingain the platform of n wet-it u gunUMtd una nags, wn.it cal party to secure other measWT? nXTH.V SKSSI05 OF CO.Nf ures which they consider of ereat The fellow wtio whittles heldom In tbe sweiurs: it U the tietmln who un com I It is said thflre la a pro 1 or greater importance. pelled to ILstcu to him that do the Jem-Porte- -- Hon. "A..lrwt fr - Initio t'nr in llilu iintintri- -- Egyptian Madras, Persian and French Organdies, Lawns, If tlin i.nvt i nt.ntlnti ' . , I "" P Ami many others. I liuvo tho inrltlest Ktoek of SILKM for Hliirt WnUts ever khcrwn heiv. AUn. WASH HILKS and SATTIN'S. 1 huvo added to my Mock, , sen-ion- q","l" d i vr. Ladies' w Ready-Ma- de Shirt Waists f g "A coiii-ider.tbl- ""' Inch nrw .so much direct fnuu the rhiMp. in iim IliU season, lliey an- - Ismght tuituufuctun-rs- , are perfect-liltinand ,very lot of .ill ,i t f.i:..,.T hs o... .ut!H, E32 and n'IflTK I th.-se- , tuuku t hum only 'Jfc eueh. chenpvr than you can nml examine tnv entire utock, conll.dlv invito everylsxly to and coiiqKire quality nud price. !!$ 3H. O. AMBER G. B.EAL ESTATE bwvaring. Wlien a man begins to go down hill he finds the laws of gravitation and tho encouragement of his friouiLs to btlp huu along. Tho strawberry market has fallen a tritle, aud the pixrr man cm now enjoy shortcake without. bursting str,iv.-l)errv buiiH-ntriug- nei niuung pi ihiiiiiciu mci era ui, Ai.1. Kl.AVotts, Congress that tbe I'reoii pj will jOGO-COV . . can tiiat oony to meet n iiira FRUIT XI20TAR, ordinary session this fal irob PHOSPHATES, ably early in October. Tlpiues-tlou- s ICKS, which will come belv the next OongreHS for utile At, in. CRUSH ED FRUITS u clndiug, as they do .eilfftblng 1& ' and LEMOXADK. Tho barbecue Keawm will soon le growing out of onr po,1u,loiis ALL AS here, and the wpiawk of tho country acquired as a result uf Kiel wni . j iiiinin 'itiii cnniiiiinr tiui iiuir ii inn .tti v . ,,, apa.n aim inn gft.ei.il legls- PQI Q W QAfj ft lance wUl go merrily on. iin.iuuii uiiH rei.iwug iu fiin!Kn7,'ri Vammi"'currency reform, the .Niamgmu. Coitce is the kind r A KKEan HOl'l'LY OF wliownntonlv tho Ivst. always buy. Canal, merchant marine, etc , arc of such great Importance Uut the, Sold only by H. Bltiian.vn. Don't waste your time feeling sore President is inclined lo nrngnrd it some fellow hits :t little more as advisable that Ootigre-- should saud and get-uthan you have. Do a meet earlier thun the renbr seslittle hustling yourself. sion iu December, iu order to get A suicidal epidemic is reported hi the work under way. n.mn) . I r . r . - .,, rSsda Water,;K- TM t. , tz-lek- AND INSURANCE AGENT. Special attention given tn. the selling nf Real Kntntfl of all kinds; and represents a full lino of the best and most reliable Pire Insur ance Companies doing business in the State, and that ''Old Reliable" MUTUAL IIKNKFIT MKK INSUUANOK CO,, that has alrendv mcKinan aim vicini , paid otti largely over ?UMi,inni wre insnrnnce in ty, ninl Is IsifUiug the cheapest and best policy of any regalar lAto Insurance Oompnnj doing business Iu this country. Ho solicits your p.ttroi.nge. Call ami see biro. lxs-an.s- e p Low nay's Chocolatas, (Titn n.NEur f.i.vnv i h I' This element was equally honest except iu so far as they bad been deceiving themselves This element should belong to tbe Repnblicon party, and this Is tbe element to whom certain Democratic leaders just now are will in no disreing to say "good-bye,spect, In no unkindness, but becanse tbeir honest convictions attach them to the Republicans And, indeed, if tbe Democrats were to modify or change the Chicago platform, tbe chances are that it could never be made acceptable to this element. " The First DUlrict. There am thirteen counties in this congressional district, and at tbe coming state convention each will be entitled to tbe following votes : 8 Ballard Caldwell Calloway Carlisle 8 8 8 1 13 Crittenden Fulton Graves Hickman 23 10 7 Livingston Trigg Lyon Marshall McCraoken 5 10 15 8 130 Total Tbe total DBraber of votes in tbe state eonvention will be 1,092. This shows that this district will cast nearly 12 per cent, of tbe vote in convention. Necessary to a choice 247 votes. The report that Cleveland was dead turns out to lie a canard without any foundation whatever. How, and why, acb lies ever get Into tbe great sewspapera, la past ail under-landin- g. i Henry county, Tenu. Four cum-- of three menaiulono girl, home Queer Uaiuif. were rc.xmed hist weJc Some queer claims aro tnado Lawn fetes and moonlight plcuics will soon be in full sway when fair against the government. A Chifimnmcr maids in organdie gowas and cago man named iiijlor asked COWGILL picture huts will rcigii mtprvme. COWGIUi W. C. Waters and wife, of congress for several Melon's to Rev. McKeuzie, Tenu.. were among the vis give him $100,000 for hating sug IHIOGGIHTH. itors to the .District Conference, which gested to President Lincoln the . . oouvened in this city last weuk. men oi issniitg greenbacks. r. CSf We bought n largo supply of S"ed Ool. de Around made Potatoes and Onion Setts early, when demands lor j. (Hill far they were .cheap, and will save you H,(1W1I Grant how to Pa money on them. Lkmtm.'D&IIookr.';. ti.i,,,, .,, v.. TO EXISt An Iowa mini wnritei -P- nichcs will ho mighty few ami far 550 for culling corns off jsilors lietween this year. The peach crop has """ f,t.iir , n.-rHiellion subject to Wit no u t len rather unerrtam andovcnd years. l.,P'"J,er rr,)m J,ew "rk wanted; change without notice-fo- for a pair or trousers tnten off -r- hcrewenn obe moro t,e Hi,e...by t;..V.. . a gtneinmont gnat : a Hickmun tins snrlng than usual in nu- ruiiu, 'i ooeso.u rcqtieottil toe proving and cleaning up private prom- . liorso Our iieoplo have .vi inactive Hf,m " 5, '"r owing to the long, cold winter, that it taken hi the soldiers,; the sum of is a luxury to get out into tho warm sun-$50 would satisfy nn Illinois man slm,(i' for a calf which ho says ibe catllo A hot telephone war is hcuig wairrd insnoctor killed bv niiititifr tinma at Martin, Tenu., between Mnne of her jjac thronch Ms iwira ..n.l.m . ' VMI...tt ." citizens, who have organized Iwul . . mere are many company to be. known as the Weakley uiuuu poison, County Telephone Company, on one just such claims coming from hand, and the Cumberland Telephone every state in the Union. Company on tho other. Ad Important Derision. Tho Charleston Entcr.rfcony there is big money for tho merchant who provides a separata room where thu farmThe decision of a New York er's family may lc comfortable and rest court that tho entire insurance during n trip to town. Tho idea is, to say tho least of it, unique, and a trial companies belongs lo the present greatest mcaus of on; should be given it by our merchants. policy holders nnd not to tho asthcrnnitho lightonment. vout-uinaiumii Tho Hickman Drainatio CInli will stockholders is to have books witeout a Case, as creating considerpresent the laughable, thrco-ac- t Comtho books will soon Ik destroyed edy, entitled "An Irishman's Luck," at able discussion among thone " without. Coino and ciainino City Hall, Tuesday night, 2!kl inst., lor insure. Jhe of tho now O. P. Chdroh of tho thu city. Tho Club will visit Troy on The chhb iu point was brought Monday night, 2flth inst., and Dyer, by a policy holder against tbe Eq- . .. Tcun , Tuesday night, 30th iiw. uitable for a division of the undiWe will thank our friends very vided surplns. wo nro displaying and you will The purtlcular mnch if they will take the trouble to surplus in point was one of $6V not bo without ono long whan send u any item of news that they may 000,000, which is you have learned tho price. carried over know of. We want tho names of all Irom year to year, as a reserve visitor in tho city nml vicinity, and it is only by our friends handing thio ngaliiHt ilucnatlons in business. items in that we ran get many of them. The court hold that the policy Smith. Stephens Thcwi little news items make u county holders of tho society were enpaper interesting. titled to shnre in tho entire surThe Conrt of Appeals has decided plus of the corporation, instead in n case from Cynthiana that a city of only such portion as tim direc BRIOHT,--j DR. council has a right to prohibit by orditors should permit, ns here-tonance the Felling of goods by sample for future delivery uulesb the party pay tore. xua linmodiatojoffcct of tho z-a license. Tim merchants of tho town decision, if finally sustained, who pay taxes aro entitled to this pro- would be to greatly enhance the tection from a class of people who go value of expiring endowment poliaround taking orders for clothes and Ofilco over Wilson's Book Store, other things, Tho Courier believes in cies, though its effect on tbe fuHolcombe Building, standing by our home people iu all ture would liuyo to be diBcovor-uby exiieritiuce. tkinga. KENTUCKY. illOKMAN, s Received Every Week! KlcfcOiaU, O. ISTL TZttTJIStLj KcatUCfey, Dealer in Disc Harrows, Disc Cultivators, One Horse Cultivators, One Horse Harrows, Sole Agent for Vulcan Chilled Plows, and I gin oauit nm 3H i-- fC cap-or- Buckeye Binders and Mowers, Hay Rakes. Forks, &c Hair- - r ... !... v Ca)l nod look at my Implements before buying. - -' wc-s- ls-e- ""'" ski-bju- e HoBumed Business! up 1 J lie ri AtrnlfM k tfUHlJU f m VYM iu "ii DUSLiLPjns m n a .1. J. C. BOSDUKAXT has bought the Grocery Stock' of A i,FtKl jMcD.vikl, iii the Powell IHock, and will continue business at that stand. has added largely to the stock, and will keep equal to an Grocery Establishment O it'll Tfv Llrinritifv . ff . . oi ing to and all ' " " i"'" Tfitiv li .utAnnl frnm ' TTn arkKntfn lltrr ... ,,. ,. f , f '"': i,"'"' """ """ l"""" bv,"-,-'.,'".'", ' i" rAIK DhALINO. .. F'riina . nrl Choice Cases The Best in the World ! You ('ana! 9Ifce Hlatak & Ici Buying ttte af tftese Ranges f One of its Strongost Points is its lile-tin- W. II. - ECONOM7 IN THE USE OF FUEL I Rakes Biscuitn in 4 Minutes-Li- ght Buying a ''Majestic" menus a e PHYSICIAN. Bread in 40 Minates. of PconoBiical Coekln Cull nnd Examine Then. Y'll Bay m Other d tk,, "Wk, L(.u foHiteMi--- i mi in nwnir Ti" JaW-fjutni- ii i - .v.-f- - ir-'i-. JZ. .j j.jrtj.. V " ..j-- ? ...i-L-.'- yy jM A izufo&am ?r,' THE HICKMAN COURIER, District C.'ot.fvri'iK-u- . Council Proceedings.' Hard on lilluourl. flick, Servants 111 Germany. failH Louisville Next' The next hhbrial bf Lfnfc tod Oonfodcrnto "Veterans Is td tio hold in Louisville. Goiii Oor Oommunder-tt- i don wan Olnef and all tho old oflicera. Tlid b 3 i iJ t s. I? it f fA ir v. J" fi r. A writer In Harper's Weekly George Warren Tiio Mothodlut Conference of tho I1IOKM.VN, Ky., MnylO.'W. fieta off the following: "Six in on Union City District convened in Hick At n called meeting of thotCi'i' who In ilio course of n ttnoking HICKMAN, KV., lnuu hut weak. Tlio in t renin ctory nor tbero vrcro unaeiii, w car ooiivoisiitlon upon a rHllronil FRIDAY, wiw nrwiolicilby Rov.Mr.BtnT.UuM,,c" MAY 11) ' ibft--. or Dillon, Gounollinen HoiMi,J,r.l ; train fell to questioning ono ulioth. ZTart, Thursday night, nut thu busuios-' flonil.nn Iiuld Friday mid Saturday. aon, Wciirn, Gowglll anil ThomP- - er as to tho States of their nntiv- n "J Sunday Uonferenco npiKmttnicnta woro'aoil. w8 oorn In Ohio," nonst- 1 LUUQI ailU iCIoUlldll ,:, ,w.. .. Am! ..t . f pi! one. Ami I In I1IIiioIh ailed tho Methodist ami mo mayor maim, wo I ln Ktuoky. "And I In a-crti i nut, tnrt copal churches Presiding Elder .Ten tho , nicotinic to u to Did you tnkc in thu show? kins at (lit former, ami Hcv Mr. Jon. 4 aM.M ..AlllI in Maine." The sixth aiiKomentH for the reception! ti'1" man was somewhat deliberate, but IllllLrS lit tllO lilt I IT. I''rlday night Rev CW (Jttevuiiwnru nt Shaw's, us Hob Ilratlluy went to Union (Jitv Mr- Ulark, of Fulton and Sanirdiiy!ntcrtiiiiiniont of tlio U. S.Jf ..... IllH they looked toward him bo put llllflfl llli ..-nil 111... nfi.l n.il.n mix -. ...u., ,....K. " Hiimliiy. ulKht Rev, Mr. Roberts, of Unl imClty,. bont, iNasuviiie, on tier return b .... i.u. leached excellent sermons . The at- from St. Louis, Cnpt. May., ardjber -f- i.wknrev:inlrni.in,lHii.,, ton, Sunday. tendance viut average in numbers M'tn! coinmnndur. Inivlnif notlfled Mai' i r .., iinPr. i Mi0.'nnri' ff pvciHiers and lay delegates , aUU tllU n l -- Dr. L. p. !t..tu. ., n..u, m VC., il.in't nun i.t vn Innali . ilmi l, wnnllt BtOIIIlt ll . .. V. JVI ...U&l. ' " Courier i pnmd to pay that one and all i0kmiiii on their way dowtft in tint oily Sunday. ,, MIskh Pearl and l.'dua Woani an ;v,'PnMVLnimtcrtlueilbyourluspitai)io prc(!i,0 (jliy noi. jet Tt'iicli Fnrinbii; in tho Public Schools cltlzeiW. Tuitbiftin Union Oily. ltiir.ivti- lint, tirnlinlilv. within tllO Ouo of the diHtlnotire necda of Attcndaiico on DLitrict Coufvruuccl ipxt fow dna. Duo notice, hof, Ml-- ll"..di Cim.) vWtcd frioitdn in public schools, euys un ugri and whore cnturtuinod tj.it unlay. ever, will tie riven tho Mayor union viiy, lu'v' w fonubp iriinboatlHiivp 8 Cairo, and cultural exchange. Is a more nrnc- ... Hickman m..i. di i.Tt.itiml at romptly noli- will Hull uc.t Tmwiiiy ' of ,nBlriu.,tf, ,, f . .. ... itv, J. !1. Mn..M.w.; Uluw. A. our citizens " .be " mm is nHC" .1.1 ' . I Mr. H 11. San den. nowof Oaruih. .7. ho 1.' .1 vho rio (o RDeuil . . .a' ,,M' .Mo., wan n tlieeity uiM weuk. v .1 b. Ketmiiaw at rror. J. u. miiini, uiu mhi mh asy b(J 10llfled ,l8 fnr ns pos.thoir lives on tho farm slionkl bo Jlin. (I r'hlcnkcr U uImciiI fnuii CUwh taugtii itie eicmoutary principles O. Mooru nnd J. II. Juimiuri eili. vW,,U,c l,Li fonmr't Hi'vh.. Mm. , Alice Ambt-rgn.. tin.. : It rp Tflnr Wirt of scientific farming. Tbero Is no .. la.mo, , , j.; , vv ; .: .1 shawv 1110 f3ii.uu.i- subject mure fusciuatiim, and it is r'(iicnuMi 10 neiirur .7 Kan Kev.i. W. M. Midyctt 11ml Shm at HIIAWB. nililreaa to tlie oiUuera nnu icrew of far more practical importance Mm S. IV Parker'n. All men :inlKril iKyirnml tvtnnl.r dorsat W U CollliiH and It M Vaughn of the Nnsbville. limn many of the studios now " t ni mum, 01 IIU..U gniw up ami K(jl ,sir. nt U. M. MethcyV. Qn motion, tho Mnvnr appoint taught in onr public schools. It is almost equally essential that a , 00 too roiiowiii( cominiiiffH: i -- To try to do Imiimw without Hlaiurt.: is to On Tianhportntinn Wiilt.JIlcn- - girl whoso chief terlUbiK U likv goiiiK IIsIiIiik without I. IW. h. Ii. btewartnt preside oyer n home, slionhl be (lerHon nnd 1j. I', blllnon. f H hook. linnl' Rov! U. M. Walla-- at Dr. J. M. Hub-- ! On AdviTtiainu - Geo. Warren taught the first principles of It iiKltiiiirnlKiiitliineitpringcliiclc-fiihousekeeping. These sub t'nrdV 'and Tom Dillon, jr. I to in.ikii their iippfanuii') on tho On motion, Hon. II. A. .Tyler jents can be taught in tho com market. itli mon conntry school in such a i W,,M reqnoMeil to correspond at II. lJaelmtimi'n. IltiKn rYlhp left last week forllal-tbiinnomas, ot me num.. manner i.s to add Interest and at U11J. .). w. i IUv. L. T. Want at '. C. Smith'. Mil , wlicm hu will riidu lu tho . . T..1....:.. u.. to .t.. ijiu ta.....i.i rii.... f. c uiuifj, ut are. ir. Y.r . r J. iiiiiuiMiii. m 41...of iuiuiiiiii 111111. ix 01. uuiliti Jiiiiii.....i kw.iiit tractivonesa way tlie conrso with out in any 1'nltou, ri)ft.rLM10e to tho rnnnitip of interfering with Watriei.MiiilJ. O. TCoIlfw. , It MevniK to 11H ' the girUof Hick-- WMm the irnwls of J. K. Pntpm. the essential brnnches now taught. oml' train on that ilnv I ' man pi prettier eury day, and morn Hl.l.r of W. A. IVeeman. .Messra. Uuh Hunziker nnd Hon We bn.Vfl Agricultural Colleges nbaiiiiniii. ...1 a,,,, 'p . n . im'ii. ..IV n..i....i. .u..... , .! ituuiilll ...nil. nnd Cooking Scboola doing splenBlinw's ifl.f.0, (i.00 and 2.60 Kff. riln.svIHe, were- tlio fcuwu liiine nro reijuesueu 10 "iookih did service along this line, but 01 .i. i.. nic)MiiiiK. 11M," nnu wrii'Diiiu tiurt isit Kllul tftiill't Iki IlkiI uic i;u only the common conntry school Iter. V. O. Wutew and wife, of tho ors with the reculrtllon salute x. Dimm, Miaw. .loiiu b.i i.,rM diMrut. with Judco Warren. On motion, the City ConuciUd can reach all the people nbo need Dillon and Hod Woaldcr wout to Union Hev. .1. W, lllackunl. of the IJrowiiH- sneb instruction. journed. City, Sunday, villw district, triuiitu of O O. Smith. Y. Ii. McOUTCHKIT, AltUBt, Itov. C. C. Hvli.of tho DvtoHburg dU .IndicIotLs advertlning alwayn pays. ' It would surprise yon,"" teati- City Olerk. TliLi U tlie uiiauiiiitiu.i tcntliiioiiy of all trict, the Rncht of II. (' I3ii;Unnm. ties a Chicago grocer, "if yon could Iter. II C. JohrKon, of the Paris vlio hae tried it. the amwt of Mrs Ma'Kle llaudlo. learn of the millionaires who come T1IK .NE CKXSUS. f :V Traill up yonr child tit the war he Meeihcp in iittendaee, one hundred. into my storo every day nnd carry nhonld go and keep m the middle of tbu reprttrt not having boeti Tliu t'ourier The twelfth Census will bo the home their little package of oleo haine road yottrxelf. delvgnteu nldc to obtain u ILil of the lay b(),'OHt tank of eer murgeriue nnd then pawn It off on for publication. The pmblem of life with wmie their swell friends as tho real tuHlertnkpii. tviiin to Iij lioV to uiako one dollar fl I(r.ivc Hread for 35c, do the work of two. It will be n greater nndortnkiue batter." 2ill(Kivc-- Brwul for?1.00, Tlio I'hru'liiii hag to "w'atch and I'atrouiw) I 101111) InduKtry nmlsnvo from than n census of Great Britain and TnE Supreme Oonrt of the Uniinvlianli.st 'JO to iiOa on .i,...i.ot..r ,...... m.v n.tr,, Franco , combined. . r,t ti,,. while the pray' ... v.., , ,, ..rf Ii.'ih to watch and kpnty. JIUMHIll I3.iki.ry. aiuuu Ul nntlona bns ted States handed down an opinmade : count of over eighty mi- ion yesterday on tbe remaining Clean up yonr preinttes. If you fail, it may cauo you trouble, and ex Tho grand sension of Knisbts llion people, but did not get gaicti bank tax cases from Kentucky. $ fH'iiM, couphtl with idckuiM. and diittgbtera of Tabor, ono of a vnriuty of information. The Court decided that tbe NaThe facts about Uncle Mr. Harry n.irtlett, of Columbia,! the foremost colored organist TexnH, wiwlu tbt city lliLt week, tho, i,,.,. . Amerlnn., will meet In Piv blguesn, Industries, habits, rV'ip tional banks were only tnxablo as gncttt of bin uncle, O. E. 11.. kit. dnenb from July 20th to 30tb, in- - tons ami education will be puttm provided by congress, but that municipal taxes could bo collect on 100,000,000 cards. The net mil Kvcrr mun who liennt oC n woman ClUhlVP. ditloniiud' tabulation will 1nIcv(m hIi would from all the State banks aud Who in a Five Evnnaton. (III.,) women done by recoiling mnobines. nlur lur vicivs if oho over mot him. trust companies Involved iii the I Pnalrflni.t V,'.K:. -- We loam that Dr. K. L. Wllliim,, ftliifit Intinlmra ..." r'fcVv". In naf A tlionanml million oneatlirs litigation, receptions were made "l" " mnrnw.i. Now the ni.iiioi Board mnf,t ll0 nKkp(l nl(, ,ulflWeredti In the case of tho Bank of lite of Clayton, has moved toCnittai, biring niin, on the plen that wo- , llf ,hn , . alinn Tenii., and b nccutirluir tho Dr. M.i ........l,',, tbe Louisville Banking Co., HiilU'ti plact' ninu is uncertain wuen ne geia a IllUllUa the Farmsra' Bank of Kentucky . . I to be cttabliih. i:uiincu in marry. A new Deposit Bank of FrankThou tbero nro to be special n and-tb(d tmiK-dIlickiilau, ill to be A steamboat loaded with ex.; ports and tabulations of flj:u:eB fort, the court holding that the uamcil Ditiena, with John H. 'Ihouip t'ursionistH hissed judgment of Judge Pryor in 1895 the gunboat on ntiout forty special topics. oil a pwtiiintir. tu favor of tkeBo banks wuu bind. belwee Nashville at iSt. Louis, ouo day Census enumeration Mr. nnd .Mrt W. D. Powell, r., last 'week, because the command.' Alaska nod Hawaii, where it ni Ing; who have itpeiit the jvwt winter In Fut-toer of tho gnuboat refused to allow' iniolve a great amount of trave will return home next week, by Mm, Julia Pellum. the strainer to land passengers, n inc and the most crowded nrcip ...... I....I.T I.I. 1I V.. lllllll I .11. llllllll IllUirx'll lll I.... ferry bout baying the exclusive i of Now York will present none At Very Low Prices, Greatly Under U 111 rJ,,l. variety. dlj.inuiiig hU eompt'titoiv. He willi Their Value. These nro the things tho quia bring iIomii on hU own h,tid jnManl IVlM'nC Wanted. 111. t..ril. .ll.,.l iwilflil.l.lllt Hj '"- Il.r. tion men will ask you: "' " f """ " Htw & Evcril unnonnro that they Two Wheat Binders been tt.ed, tint Natiip, ngo color, sex. married Tlitr Mayflidd Monitor ars that Mr ro In tho market to buy wheat, and m good condition : 2 Mowers, Hay LoadRim Crodiind htwirouelo Washimrtoii will nav tho liiuhcst market. nrico. in or ninglp, place of birth,- birth. er, and Stump Puller. Enquire ot John ..r. City (OMviiro a riUebnrgu fnmi llmnr any uantity, small or largo lots. place 01 patents, mien or nnttmi-- l Hallow or J W. Powell forpricenaud lay of liLs sou, I1., who lit now In IIokx & Evmtsou ijiod, number of years In the Col- - further particulars. AIo. Cultivators, Plows, Mllnu Examinee: Tbe cotton ted Stites, occupation, monttip pairs, iV:o., nt mvatly reduced Plow Reprices. Fretl. Ciuc will lravo Sunday frr mill nt Trenton is the liio of tlmt'flmplojrcd, literacy, ownership of Great bargains. Powell ifc Dko. 1'aivniK. K.111, HU mother will acrom It ban kept that place from farms or homes, auy hint iu far 10. St, litinw, when .she town. becoming what is known ns nl If you're n farmer, merchnntor wllf nMitalu a week or two vbiting "dead town." As It now Is, em-- ' mnnnfnotnrcr thero will be a lot titt j i i ,.,. I or resolution accepting Federal card THE Mayor, flvo Ootinoilmon of Confederate graves waa defeat and City Olerk of Jienttlo, Kuti., od by tho resolution that ftnclt nro women caro waft not desired. nnrvnnt in Oormany Ih not ullowed to tiiacliarse her. tint murtt pay 47 c,eutH a day for hospital expends until she Is perfontly well. Tlie wagt'8 vary from S2.4o to $7.20 u mouth, with board. Ifn her miatrcpfi - .' ! bo-Jo- I "' ,,,.. "" , .... v, ff9t9MHmHHNiiNH CO ! ,0r W - - '"St. ri.J s 1 '2 I l'-'- ...., Hok-o.nl.e'K- 1 w, """"'' lancc, i.r WeviH jsr y, - -- Sm' to ; " n..ln. ""t. ':: - H.-v- Look At Your Hat WITH THE EYE OF A STKANGEli. Alight it not bo improved upon? Wo havo a stock which wo think would improve any maii. Thtro is something hero that will pleuM every taste aud every" purse. Such u large titock of I iid-J-- life-wor- k r ti'?;?01 . I'r.-sidi1 -- Crash and Straw fiatsy LATEST SHAPES. 1 ipe-tha- i" I -- .1 in"o-pi- e ...it THE BEAVER HATS, in Light Colors aud Black Newest Shapes to cltto out at $2.00. Thy Is ills-frie- r, a VERY LOW PRICE, ami this Stock wUI hot long. Think of it, lai nodo-countin- BEAVER HATS FOR S2.QO Furnishing Goods Department, v s ..,, V JI OASrf SHOE f . STORE, BICE &juM0!L 3n'j ' iiUU-iL- 1 .. kU-fr$4.$4- mail-tinie- r nirTod f && i .'"l Bread IS THE STAFF OF LIFE I Ken-ttiuk- I i.. ixNt-oflle- o te i. i I: mmfctms SraSSwPy , AND TO GET . . . 1 I accom-piuie- il FOR SALE! Hir 'nat i.aaf. HnnHiPQ ' GOOD FRESH BREADS Hew Ciig Bakery. I -- I f Bread, Calces and Pies Baked Daily ! ItKApQUVllTEItS VOR Trnninal anrl Dnmpsfip. Fniils.J Finp nhnrnlafps "-- - "" I j fT... ., r ila-tiil- a. and " J PiifMPs -- & and Tnhflp.nri of other questions. Tho fellow who tlu on f ho bank or ployment Is given several bund-the tilotiKh from HtmrLJo'tll nunoet witli-ou- t rol poople directly and indirectly,! The Census Bureau will need gcttuig a bito is tho ono who can but tho owners seeing tho bright loOOOOfeet of floor spneo in n tell tho higKCMt Ibdi lie when he getx future of tbe cotton mill industry .aingio uunuing in wnaiungion. bank to town. of tho Soutbland have decided to S'lnd ytmr money nt home. You donblu tho aizo nnd capacity of Attorney Gknehal MoNETr, ran, iii a rule, get what you want just their mill. ot Ohio, tho man who said bo was n cheap hero n td'where, but if you offered $500,000 by the Standard have to par a Utile mirru it irf Ht ill clieap-t- r A Michigan farmer is salt! to Oil Octopus not to prosocnte, tins in tho loin; nut. have saved bis wheat by process nt last named the man who offerThe Bentim TWlume, commcutiiig that ho says wns successful. His ed the money Charles B. Squire, on (ho young mini of that plane, says: wheat was Ininred iust ns it- wun .... .. 11 be aoys is tho mun. -uieni ...in ..1 ti utoK'ii moyiniiiK, n iuoolhs ym 1,,, ,0nk an ordinary 11111 i"jjn Terr lew iii.iiu. iiiiiiuiK "'lf.... roller, nnd when tho ground L'VEUY woek since Febrnary 4 lartn toiiio time ik ......... was thawed rolled tbowhent back it has been nathoritutlvely an'BEAVER HATS foria.CO. ln tho carfb. Ho wan greatly rid- nounced from Washington and funiNliiriK OixnU iculed by bin neighbors, who aatd Manila that tbe backbone of the Department, bo would lose his wheat too, but Filipino Ilia: & Xati.oi. nprfsing was broken. bns evidently Baltzor and Mr. L. D. in tbe spring his wheat camo up The information Mr. Ch.w. P Peeler left Monday night for an extend- finely, and while ho reaped thirty, corno from persons who could not ed (rip through Colorado and other two bushels to tho acre his crltios tell the difference botwoan a frao-tnrWest tin States. Tho We.st U nguln reaped ten bushels or none nt all. and a strain. The Filipino tempting our t young men. Tbe experiment is well worth n uprising nforesnfil is apparently If a yoitilg lady hns red hair, it is trial. of the rnbberneck variety. auburn, bnt it her brothiT hnrf red hair, (ho yonng Bill." If ho U Aisaalls the Wife of s Neighbor. lady hiw n four dollar ixnltion in a stove, 1 11 o iK-s- NOTICE! and RESTAURANT in connection. Como &co Us J VCE CREAM PARLORS ICE COLD DRINkS served Telepbono 09. t jjy. 1 from our Arctic Fount, Nolico Is brcby given to nil 1r.1rti.es M, or pcTBous performing labor or furnishing material for tho building or completion of tho hotel now under in Hickman, Ky., where tho Liclodo hotel stood, that I will not bo regpoiiBiblo to thum for any work dono or material furnished ou or for said building, but they must look to tho party who employs them, or contracts with them for tho material. Tho Dlck)ii Brick Co., contracted with mo to tnrniak tho labor nud material for said building and I havo paid under said contract all that I am to pay uutil tho building Is finished according to the coutract. And no man need look to mo for payment of either labor or material, except what I may bo owing nuiler tlio contract with said Brick Company upon settlement with them. SETH CURLIN. May 4th, 1809. New City Bakery, ESTABLiellED 100 TOM DILLON, Sr Prop't ( tt 4 r HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS, 8occMor to B, C, Btirugs, iltc'J,) Marble and Granite Monuments STONE WORK of all Kinds, IRON FENCING, &e;,a;- - bnt if Hill luus a similar pl.ico it U "joti." MLw IhiTivell'a nmitc claw gave n ven' entertaining and highly credltablo ( litertiiiiiiiicut at her rcHidciicu, ill East Hickman, Salnrduy night. A large crowd of friends and patrons wtro pns-rumid the music and siugiug by tho little; girls delighted tho hcurts of (ho entire nudieuco. Over at Banlwoll, (hit other day, a restaurant man huug out (his sign: "Dinner from 12 to'i, Vz." Shortly aftorwanls n fellow from a nofghlioring town went hi ami cat fnmi IU to I and handed over lfio, saying he didn't mind i, little matter like --"v cents; but ho was sorry that ho could not cat uutil 3 and ply tho 3fi cents. It. t. ft jHwitimi, A dispntcb from Mnyflcld says JUUILEB STltIrTl!7tItir that Grnvos county tins been thrown into another stnte of ex cltetnent by n criminal assault on HAS QUIT HIS KISSING, GUT Mrs Frank Backus, ton miles north of that place, by Crawford Ivy, a white man, and ofUoers nro searching tbe comity for him. Ivy, who is a married man, thir HAS'T QUIT ADDING ty. eight years old, porsnaded Airs. MORE AND MOKE Backus, who lived near, to go to EACH DAY bin honao nnd stay with bis wifo TO HIS STOCK OF and two children while ho should come to town. On tbe way to his homo bo soiled her, and drugging her into a tobacco barn, accomSU1TEK, plished his bolllsh purpose, throat-euint, Hobson Hiokman, Ky. - Ilredfsrd IkUl & RegersWANT TO SELL YOU' , M. B. SHAW fO -- GROCERIES Fresh Meats, Hardware,. Queenswari 0 Grocei'iee, g Mr. Sam Self nnnounccu a jubileo stniwbcrry sumwr at hU homo, on Troy road, this (Friday) evening, conuueno-lu- g at 7 J 30 o'clock Oood uiuaio, oto. act. her life if alio mentioned bis Hardware, Mrs. Backna bad n wnrrnnt issued for Mm aud much exalto-wen- t prsvuiltf Qiceensware, And Gents' TYOURA Har Oats, Bran, Lie,. ,DOOR, ana Cement, Everybody luvitcL Furnishing Goods Uss V. PRICES WILL PLEASE YOU. l 'WrAWHAart, J T UnT "S"' i.iiiM0HI0ilRnSSi ri !' fcvl ll life n torture. Her death a horror. The In missionary of the cross heathen lands preaches generally to two groups u group of inun who do ns Dr. Taimuge Pictures the Earth they please and sit where they please; the other group, women hidden and Without the Gospel. carefully secluded In a side apartment, where they may hear tho toicc of the VI t tt 1'iirtrn) (lie Clmiin iif nn In- - prencher, but may not be seen. No rellilvl World Tel limp li of A I lit' I mu finement. No liberty. No hope for this Woii III MiMtii Urn Hi ol life. No hope for the life to come. AN ETERNAL GLOOM. to-da- y I Ultlllnntlon. Copyright, LouU Klojisch, ISO. I ; ti I R V- - I r. P- i' i i Iu this sermon Dr. Tulinnge gives a glimpse of what the world would bo if the Gospel were abolished nnd the human nice left without Divine guidance. The text is Act. 2:20: "The sun shall be turncd'into darkness." Christianity is the rising sun of our time, and men have tried with the vaKrs of skepticism nnd the smoke of their blasphemy to turn the sun Into daikncss. Suppose the It started. Christianity has lifted womof malice nnd horror should be an up from the ery depths of degradalet loose n little while nnd be allowed to tion almost to the skies. If that lifting . extinguish and destroy the sun in the power be withdrawn she falls clear natural hciitensl They would take the back to the depth from which she was oceans from other worlds nnd pour resurrected, not going nny lower, bethem on the luminary of the plmmtary came there Is no lowcrdepth. And jet. system, nnd the wntersgo hissing down notwithstanding the fact that the only nmlil the ravines and the caverns, and saltation of woman from degradation there Is explosion after explosion, until and woe Is the Chiistian religion nnd there are only a feu peaks of fire left thoionlv Influence that nns cter lifted In the sun, and these are cooling down her In the social scale is Christianity hav"c head that there arc women who nnd going out until the vast continents of Hume are reduced to n small acreage reject Christianity. I make no remark of lire, and that whitens and cools olt lu regard lo those peisons. In the siuntil there are only a few coals left, lence of juur own soul make your oband these arc whitening and going out servations. until there is not a speck left In all the If inli.felitv triumph and Christianity mountains of ashes nnd the valleys of beovi uhrown.it means the demoralizaashes and the chasms of ashes. An ex- tion of society. The one Idea iu the tinguished sun! A dead sun! A buried Itible that atheists and infidels most sun! Let all worlds wall at the stupen- hate Is the Idea of retribution. Take throne!" Uiey ,ay Down forcv dous obsequies. away tlie Idea or ictrinuiioii and pun- Down out of sight! He Is not God. ir II Of course this withdrawal of the solar ishment from society, and it will begin has no right to sit there. Down w t light and heat throws our earth Into a very soon to disintegrate, nnd take Down witn uiristi" universal chill, nnd the tropics become away from the miiidb of men the fear mini world A without n head, n unlvi 's the temperate, and the temperate of hell, and there are n great many of arctic, and there are frozen them who would very soon turn this wiinouiu King, urpnanconsteiiniii i the i aineness rivers and frozen lakes and frozen world into a hell. The majority of those preme. A guiaics. Aiinreiiy Hi dethroned Jchovnh. An i oceans. From arctic and antarctic re- who nre indignant because of the idea gather In toward of punishment arc men whose lites nrcl Missinnted God. Patricide, regicide,' v gions the Inhabitants the center and find the equator ns the bad or whose hearts nie impure nnd cide. That is what they mean. Tim ;i s poles. The slain forests are piled up who hate the Hible because of the idea what the) will have If they can. LAND OF OMAR KHAYYAM. Into a great bonfire, and around them of future punishment for the same rea- If they can. CivIIIzitlnn hurled Ire. into scmlbarbnrlsm aiid scmlbarbnri i gather the shivering villages and cities. son that criminals hate the penitenA L'oiinlr I.IUrl) luVoMin lnln tirrnl. The wealth of the coal mines Is hastily tiary. Oh, I hate heard this binc talk driven back into Hottentot snvngr , r I in iu r i ll rr- In I lie ,Vrir The wheel of progrrss turned the otl i ponred Into the furnaces nnd stirred about people fenring nothing of the I'u i ii rr. Into rage of combustion, but soon the consequences of sin in the next world, way nnd turned toward the dark aj; j lie clock or tlie centuries put iik. fur- nnd I have made up my mind it Is merebonfires begin to lower, and the It Is prohnhlr tltHt the Amcricnn naces begin to go out, and the nations ly u coward's whistling to keep his criur-ag- e C.0U0 ycurs. Go back, you baudw rt iVisia for only two things Hi begin to die. Cotopnxi, Vesuvius, Ktna, irpeLHniltln-l'ubaltutoup. I haxesden men Haunt their Im- islands, from vour schools and fr Onwr Klm.v your colleges nnd from )our leforn r Stromboli, California geysers, cense to moralities iu the face of the communiymq. Iteyoml thsc two then U lltlls condition to what you were In 6mokc, and the ice of hailstorms re- ty, and I hate heard them defy the judgknown of the country sate tlmt it wni mains unmelted In their crater. All ment day and scotT at the idea of nny when the missionaries Jirst came. L ' one ruhsl by D.rrius, Cyrus ami Xerxes, 1m the flowers hae breathed their last future consequence of their sin, but home the 500 missionaries from and that Hubylon and MhcihIi were --r.x swft" breath. Ships with sailors frozen at when they tame to die they shrieked and overthrow their 2,000 scho nnii its chief ri!ii. Hut the Hrltish educate t the mast, and helmsmen frozen at the until you could hear them for nearly where they are trying to 'oielgn ulHcc and the Itiowlau inlnUtcr wheel, and passengers frozen in the two blocks, .and In the summer night heathen, and scatter the 140.000 lit nf foreign nflslrs know that the hunt cabin, all nations dying, first at the the neighbors got up tc put the windo- children that they have gathered o YIiNiTEDr, - V -iM St'i has licvit it Ikuio of contention letwfii VI vTl. .1 VUi.) STATt' north and then at the south. Child ws-down because they could not en- of barbarism into civilization. Obi the Ivto countries for upward of n him-:ltLV? .2M11 1 VJZ? i" erate all the work of Dr. Duff iu Ind; frosted and dead in the cradle. dure the horror. ytmrs, nnd that th linn Is rapidly of David Abecl in China, of Dr. King frosted and dead at the 1 would not want to sen n rail train approaching when It must Im dlthled, hearth. Workmen with friuon bund on with 500 Clirlstlnn people on board go iireece, in .imixuii in iiuriini. in so that the Persian problem nmy be rethe hammer nnd frozen foot on the flown through a drawbridge into u P.ralnerd nniid the American abcrr united from tin diplomatic nri'tMi. ml.-s-i .. 1 shuttle. Winter from sea to sen. All watery grave; 1 would not want to see ines, nnd send home the 3,000 It Is currently rrjMirtcd that tin apcongealing winter. Perpetual winter. 500 Christian people go Into such dis- aries of the cross who are toilingui f pointment of Lord ( tirzon to the vice, OUR EXPENSIVE AND EXPANSIVE MILITARISM. Globe of frigidity. Hemisphere shack- aster, but I tell j on plainly that I could elgn lands, tolling for Christ's Mk royally of liuliu vtas brcfu' of hi to hemisphere by chains of more easily see that than I could for toiling themselves Into the grave. '1U led gicut familiarity with the IVrhtn que Ice. Universal Nova Xcmhla. The earth any protracted time stnnd timl sec an these .1,01)0 men of God that ther arc of ton was exalted. His name was heard to dlxcrlmlriate against volunteers nnd lion. No man lu Kngland Is better nn ice floe grinding against other ice infidel dU-- , though his pillow were of no use. Send home the medical in Ihroiicliout the land. "Mr. Chairman." for regulars." fitted to deal with the promised partifloes. The archangels of malice and eider down nnd under n canopy of v er- slonnries who are dootonng the boil a laid the republican orator of ISOff, "we tion of the shah's domain thnn he. for lu ninny other ways the correspondof the dying ra- ure not lirttlng hard times. The ixwir horror have done their work, nnd now udition. 1 have never been nblc to as well as the souls ents' legitimate freedom of cvprenxdon his long residence Kt Teheran nnd his they may take their thrones of glacfer brace up my nerves for such u spec- tions. Go home, London Missionary lire not growing poorer nnd the rich is hampered nnd the Philippine news iilequeut stutllc of the intention Go home, American InmhI if anil look down upon the ruin they have tacle. There Is boiucthing at biich a richer, as I shall protc from recent sta- service Interfered with. The develop- liiite made him absolute muster of Its wrought. What the destruction of the time so indescribable In the counte- foreign missions. Go home, )e Mora- tistics compiled by one of the most emi- ment is new in American history it Ainallest details. The proposal is to sun in the natural heavens would be nance. 1 just looked in upon It a min- vians and relinquish lacl; intodarkiirs nent authorities In the world Hon. seems to be n consistent phase of Imthe country by n roiiKh Hue runto our physical earth, the destruction ute or two, but the clutch of his list was nnd squalor nnd death the nations Atkinson, of Huston. I pity the perialism mid militarism, of warn of ng. ning ami west through the center, ye of Christianity would be to the moral so diabolic and man, Mr. Chnlrmnn, who would ques- gresslon mid conquest waged in distant giving the northern section to Kusli the strength of his voice whom my hnve begun to lift. never friends, there has Oh, world. The sun turned into darkness! was so unnatural could not endure it. brn tion the honesty. Independence and lands. The Iron hand of tlie profession- and adding the southern half to India. Infidelity in our time is considered a "There is no hell, there Is no hell, thwre such n nefarious plot on earth ns tti.it fairness of Mr. Atkinson." al soldier Ih felt in a wny that is full of is go. As matters stand now. great joke. There nre people who re- Is no hell!" the man had said for 00 Which infidelity nnd atheism luve Mr. Atkinson Is no longer an Idol. meiince to the best Interests of n great lug from (mil to worse. ShePersia laws, has no joice to hear Christianity caricatured years, but that night when I looked planned. We were shocked n feu yr rs ijlc has come into dlgrncc, along with und praccOotiug republic. "1 want you Mite those Inquired by the powerful; nnd to hcnrChristassailcd with quibble iu because otineaiiempi.oi.iotT p , (!rorK,c IMr to understand," said the American cen- no justice, sate that which Is purchasathe dying room of my infidel neigh- rgo parliament houses in Loud...,, t... If ?rom ,.,.,,. ,.,,,, nnd quirk and misrepresentation nnd , the bor there was something on his countemimcrolK nwmKn nf the sor iu tho Philippines, "thnt this Is a ble; no state treasury, sate the shah'n badinage and harlequinade. I propose nance which seemed to say: "There Is, infldtlity and utheisin succeed in U. Irrt. ,,,,;,.,,,, mntm.on. lH.cri military despotism. We do not recogc ,, prltate puree, and no enterprise, mi tit to take infidelity nnd atheism there is, there Is, there Is!" The attempt t hey w II dynamite a wor d. cllur ,ci,f . II10ht MlWme nize that anyone except the nrmy has that which is Ittisslnn or Hugllsh. !)! wnH out of the realm of jocularity Into one mightiest y against Let them hate their full way. nnda:.i& philosopher of the ages, with the com any rights." tilled into two section by a desert that restraints of tragedy nnd show you what infidels world theft, against immorality, against lib rooms will be u habitation of tlin-- jmission of a political ci line. He Is corWhen the people of the United Slates runs through the center, and without propose and what if they are successful a habitation with just Urne rupting the youth of the nation, and till learn the full facts of army autocracy railroads sate those organized and run they will accomplish. There are those ertinism, against crime of thesorts rooms, the one n madhouse, nr.otlir the mightiest restraints nre retri Inzaretto, the other a pendcn n a must le mndu to drink the Socrutle in the Philippines the sentiment ngnlnsl by Hunipeans for their own purHM-s- , in our communities who would like to n. hyssop. butions of eternity. Men know that imperialism will crystallize Into sudden which ure hletly military, the nation see the Christian religion nierthrown His tracts, pamphlets nnd miscellathey can escape the law, but down In These infidel bauds of inusu l.i, ly nnd most material substance. The peril hits no united feeling, nnd Its iiatlnutil nnd who say the world would be better just begun their concert i, neous pieces, hcrutofoie held In the of military dominance has been swift pride has been hopelessly crushed out Is the want to show you what the otTenders' soul there cannot realiza- . have only been Mringing up tliiir in- highest regnrd and receiving the without it. escape-Godtion of the fact that they to show Itself lu the far oast. It will by a corrupt aristocracy. 1 Is the end of this road nnd what is the put before yoti of the profound MeKlulcy, be promptly recognized by the people. l!iih-l- a Ik binding the northern section He stands at the end of the road struments. terminus of this crusade and what this of whole programme from Ugum ig the literary Ilannu and the New Jersey They will see to It that the necessary to herself by means of a network of prollgacy, nnd He will not clear Un- their close. In world will be when atheism and infidelunto the theater tlie trag- trusts, are now buried the malls, mid, I'mler a railroads which arc connected with the ity have triumphed over it, if they can. guilty. Take all idea of retribution and edy comes first and the farce after like Mahomet's collln, suspended iu correction Is administered. punishment out of the hearts and republican form of government there Siberian system, while Kngland has say. IT they can. I reiterate it, if they I nre many other Interests besides "the constructed railroads In the southern minds of men, and it would not be long ward, but in this infidel drama of transit. can. "To bo honest as the world goes'sald army" which hate rights thnt must be before our cities would become Sodoms. death the farce conies first and the trag which tie It to India. With the In the first place, it will be the comThe only restraints against the e II pas- edy nfterward. And In the forner the prince of Denmark, "is to lie one respected. The public press, always the death of Musarer-cd-dii- i the country is plete and unutterable degradation of nre Hible re- atheists and infidels laugh and iihmU, man picked out of 10,000." F.dwanl At- safeguard and the Informant of the peo- expected to fall in haltes, naturally, womanhood, I will prow it by facts sions of the world but iu the latter God himself will Inuh kinson, even though often mistaken, Is ple, Is one of these Interests, St. Louis but it it tloes not, then the two nations nnd arguments which no honest man st ruin ts. nnd mock. He says so. "1 w ill laugh at always honest. This is the head nnd liepubllc. most interested will see that it occurs Suppose now these generals of utlie-Is- their calamity and mock when will dispute. In nil communities and ttielr front of his offending. He has commitpiomptly. St. Louis ifcpiihlic. nnd and infidelity got the victory, cities and slates nnd nations where the fear cometh." PRESS COMMENTS. ted the crime of leso mnjeste. suppose they marshaled a great army Christian religion has been dominant At the beginning God said: "let You don't bellcte, being nn AmeriHunt for llcwr Itrllea, woman's condition has been amelio- made up of the majority of the world. there be light," and light was, and hsht can, Alger In the senate! Well, there that one can commit treason by beThe house in Montpelier, Vt., which nnd improved, and she isdeferred They nre iu companies, in regiments, is, nnd light shall be. So Christianity rated ing honest unci telling the truth. You are places where he might do more Dr. Julius Dewey occupied and in which to nnd honored in n thousand things, iu brigades the whole urmj. Is rolling on, and it is going to warinall ure not familiar with recent develop- harm, and one of them he holds nt pres- nil of his children were born wau origmarch, y hosts of infidels and nations, and all nnd every gentleman takes off his hat nations are to bask iu ments unacquainted with the ent. Utlca Obsertcr. inally small, but was scleral tlincH before her. If your associations have atheists, banners flying before, banners its light. Men may shut the window Dreyfusand tire You arc not nvvaic that With portentous grntlty theMc- - lidded to. Within the last two or three, case. (lying behind, banners inscribed with blinds so they been good, you know that the name of cannot the words: "No God! Nothnst! No smoke the pipe of see it, or they may a man may be thrust into outer dark- Itluley cuckoo organs announce that years, wishing to replace this modest wife, mother, daughter,-suggestgraspeculation until ness for criticising the reputed head of the CNccutlte will say "cutting things" structure wlfli a handsomer, more modPunishment! No Kcstraints! Down they nre Von know there cious surroundings shadowed under their own the nation, as in Germany he. may b about the war critics. How very dread- ern ctllllce, IMwnrd Dewey, the second Do as You Please!" nre no better schools and seminaries with the Hible! vaporing, but the Lord God is the sun! arrested and Imprisoned for question ful! Chicago Democrat. sou, rold the dwelling und barn (retainIn tlliii country than the schools and The kiiii turned into darkness! This white light of the Gospel made up ing the divine mill godlike characterisQuny's friends jubllnntly an- - ing the gro'jiuls) forS'l.V). Tliicu dnyn Forward, march, ye great army of of nil the beautiful colors seminaries for our young ladles. You of , Mr. Atkinson may know that while woman may sulTer In- infidels and atheists! And first of nil Heatcn tiolet plucked from earth and tics of the kaiser. of tho country nnd noiincu thnt Mark llanna will tote to afterward the building-- weic resold for amid the corrupt the youth sent Quay In the United States senate. flOl), the lust purchaser, who paid tin you will nttack the churches. Away justice In Knglnnd nnd the United spring grass, ami tlie Indigo of lu the Philippines with the It will be recalled that Hnuiia himself cost of removal, placing: Ihent on u lot States she has more of her rights In with those houses of worship. They southern jungles, and the blue of the the soldiers the facts and figures of the last congres- vtas annoyed by some slight techni- on State sticct. Since the battle of have been standing there so long de- skies, nnd the green of the Christendom than she has anywhere follnge.aud sional and senatorial history as culled calities ntlcctlng his negotiations forn Manila this housc.as the blrthplaceand luding the people with consolation in the yellow of the else. autumnal woods, anc from the columns of that early home of Its hero, has been an obscat. Albany Argus. Now, compare this with woman's contheir bereavements nnd sorrows. All the orange of the southern grotes. anc und tiuthfully sensational sheet, the A great moral party could notnf- - ject of Intel est to tourists ami rello chinches ought to be extirpated, tlie red or the sunsets. All dition In lands where Christianity haB tho-iHceord, but no word the The latter, Indeed, hut it inade little or no ndvunce in China, they hate done so much to relievo the of earth and lleaten brought henutici Congressional against the Immaculate ford to shoulder responsibility for hunters. out bv must be uttered threatened to carry It away piecemeal, In Harbary, In Ilorneo. In 'Tartary, in lost nod bring home the wandering, this spiritual spectrum. Great llritain gentleman who rules the empire and Hanna und Hiiiinalsui, but the repub- a sout cnlr fiend lu out Instance w reachlican party has censed to be representaKgypl, in Hindustan. The Hurmesu sell and they have so long held up tho idea Is going to tnko nil Europe IllustrloiiH coterie of Atkinsonian faucet and leavtive of nnythlng except a distorted In- ing oft a their wives nnd daughters as so many of eternal rest nftcr the paroxysm of The United Stutes are goingfor Ud. the to t,,(r economists who hurround him If he ing the water running in the this life Is over.' Turn the St. Peters America for God. Hoth sheep. The Hindoo Hible makes it everlnstlngln-fiiui- v terpretation of Americanism nnd tho of them i0. would sate, himself from with the pressure of the full pyS. an outrage forn unman to ami St. Pauls and the temples and tab- gether will take all refuge of trustH, syndicntcs and multiand disgrace. temof Lis pounds. Hoston Transcript. to music or look otil of the w In- ernacles into clubhouses. Away with thrcu of them will Asia far God listen Is the real reason, found millionaires. It Is. lu short, organized Listen! This takeAfiha fori.od. flow in the absence of her husband mid those clinches! "Who thou, (). gnat iiiouiii.unV In his pamphlet, why "the government" 5til. Lafayette (Ind.) Journal. Tlie lliiciiiiiiii-riilili- ,SitirrntT, Fortvurd, march, ye great tinny of In- lieforo art gives us n lawful ground for diwiree u There nre tuoe'e.ments In the reZcriibbabel thou shall beioine undertaken to silence the erstwhile The sparrow has kept up u cheerful woman's beginning to eat before her fidels nnd atheists, and next of all they u plain." "The publican party, just as there are In tho campaign against the philosopher nnd huge: mouth or human race for husband has finished his meal. What scatter the Sabbath schools filled with spoken It." Halleluiah, the Lord hath republican ainen! "Ih it not our misfortune to hate In oountry at large. One represents linn-n- thousands of yearn. While nil the big mean those white, bundles on the ponds bright-eyeones little Alger, Kagan, Cnrler and carrion gumt! Is being the chair of thu president of the United exterminated lu both and liters in China In the morning'.' who are singing songs on Sunday lifter-noo- u Ilr Was II l y. this cheery little bird bids Stntc a mini of weak and uncertain meat and thu other represents the parInfanticide following infanticide. Fennd gcttiug Instruction when Lady (who Is a out to mote, tisans who me for expansion, tlie honor nnd male children destroyed simply because they ought to be on the street corners bor's little boy) -- And what tonci"h purpose, without contlctlons hnvlng of the flag and thu punishment of tho fair to r.twit his enemies and jro on will to the emergency, who, chattering diittu Mis ,Cv.r AH Hoston they are female, Woman harnessed lo playing marbles or swearing on the do when go atvuy, Sammy, nnd Iimvi declared that nn net of aggression poisoners of soldiers. The latter class is now arrayed In two camps, for and the plow us an ns. Woman wiled mid commons. Away with them! Forward, no one In the house? would In a nntlonnl crime, hus trifled Is rather out of place In the republican AniiriHt the sparrow. Hut he does not march, ye gieat nrmy of infidels mid inn leaded and in nil sty Irs of cruel .Snininy-llrc- iik ell the window- -. with tho question?" Ho disposes oi party, but it eKltta. Washington itsk quarter from his enemies or fuvori tier birth u misfortune, tier a I lie J.st.'j. nnd next of all they will at Harlem Life. from hlv frkudn. Christian Iieglstrr. he president and his cabinet In ttla ITImeii. 1 nrch-nnge- ls , Hinged nose. Cramped foot Disfigured face. Kmbruted boul. Now, compare those two conditions. How far toward this latter condition that I speak of would n woman go If Christian Influences were withdrawn and Christianity were destroyed? It is only n question of dynamics. If an object be lifted to n certain point and not fastened there and the lifting power be withdrawn, how long before that object will fall down to the point from which It started? It will fall down, nnd It will go still farther thnn the point from which 1 tack ChrlstlMi asylums, the inlt tlons supported by Christian n throples. Never mind the blind mid the deaf ears and the en limbs and the darkened Intellects. paralyzed old age pick up Its own and orphans fight their own win the half reformed go bach to tlic'if habits. I orwnrd, ninrch, ye nrmy of infidels nnd atheists, nnd vour batllenxes hew down the qt and split up the manger of Ik'thlei On, ye grent army of inilduls ntneisis. aim now mcy come tol graveyards and the cemeteries olf earth. Pull down tho sculpture n Greenwood's gutc, for It means the urrection. Tear nway nt the enti, of Laurel Hill the figure of Old Mo Ity and the chisel. On, ye great a of Infidels and nthelsts, Into the g m' yards and cemeteries, nnd where see "Asleep in Jesus" cut Itawav, where you find a marble story of II en blast It, and where you find o r little child's grave "Sutler Little (J dren to Come Unto Mo" substitute! words "delusion" and "sham," wucro you nuo nu nugci in ma Ir strike oil the wings, nnd when come to a family vault chisel on door: "Dead once, dead forutcr." Hut on, ye great army of infidels fti athilsts, on! They will attempt scale Jlenven. 'there nre hcidils t taken. Pile hill on hill nnd I'cllon u Ossa, and then they hoist thu lad against the walls of Heaven. On an until thev blow up the foundation jasper and the gates of pearl, ' charge up the "sleep. Now they nltu the throne of Him who Iheth fori r nnd ever They would take down fi t their high place the Fnther, the Sou, Holy Ghost. "Down with tliumt" t t sny, "Down with them from 1 1 fc'VMRD ATKINSON'S CRIME. language: "I know no men whose names will go down among the mother tVhjz Hit Adinliiliirnilnn Una HI. of the land, uteii he near future, Irncrit llir KrMvrhllr Mriuile to greater execration thnn the. 1 1 1 SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. The vnlins of Hi nil Hrltaln 10,000,0011. sut-je- ct lima riilliiNuplirr. the mil coiiHiimed in every year iscstlinated at For many year the. American public has been fuinlll.tr with the iiniuo of Atkinson. Hdwnrd has been, from early childhood, n stanch republican, lu his early manhood he established a teputatlon us a statistician. What has boeu to Kngland Atkinson has been to America, In slightly different cense. Mulhnll Is n statistician who ruiUMUCH nun compiles llglirCN for the rntlre world. He covers every land iiiul clinic nnd publishes thctn for what they are worth. Atkinson Is a statistician, too, who has compiled columns upon columns of figures to show that the republican party was thegrcnt-ts- t political party thnt ever existed In the tldrt of times. Thnt under Its rule men did not need money, clothing, food nor any of the etceteras of civilization. I he nverage man could not understand, according to Mr. Atkinson, w hen tie was well off, nnd wnn nu uncivilized ins If ho could not live luxuriously on a pint of kerosene, n tin stove nnd CO n week, Mulhnll was n uilgnr mathematical historian who compiled tigures to Illustrate existent facts. Mr. Uklusoii was u mathematical philosopher who would lend the world past the antiquated systems of Aristotle nnd to the fields of Klyslnn economy :iat would enable, the poor to bffimie rich and tho rich to pluco nu honest penny In n mlay day stocking. Mr Vtklnson was hailed us the solver f u great national problem and the cleverer of a nation. 1IU praises were ouitdcd from cast to west, from north o south. On tho highway, from D.m to Hccrshcba, travelers told of hlstdil- isoiihy. The dwellers lu Jerusalem iieated the clly with kerosene lamps ml tlie makers of the 02 Iron mure went into bankruptcy, and Gehenna Alkln- Ha-'on, Hd-wa- rd Mill-ha- ll names of tho men who lime brought this uct of crlmlnnl aggression upon thu Two hundred new deslgim in penny nation." Kansas City Times. Io)h nie brought out every week It liltechapel, London. MILITARISM RAMPANT. Production of pig iron lu Kussla u estimated to huto Increuscd flout 1,000 hi IMS. riilllMlne New. .Muat Hun (be tons iu 1SST to tiuiintlrt of AiluilnUlrnllou-l-'avurr- d Belgium had 10.1 strikes last year, In Atitliurlllrs. totting H,':M l.iborcts. Only in 12 nl these cases did the strikers win u comWhen the facts of the military cenplete, mid lu eight a partial, success. sorship of news dispatches from tho niu' Nw Philippines come to light ns they will, 1,(100,000York mndu between .1,000,000 fetter cigars In the year ended following thu close of the war the peo- April than in the previous year, nnd ple of the United States will receive a more than Ui,000,000 fewer paper cigastartling objvet lesson of the military rettes. despotism inseparable from a policy of A machine thnt trill greatly I educe foiclgu conquest. the cost of harvesting tins been Intciited priThu Itcpubllo has nlrrady been b.'ets. Thin vately notified by staff corrctpotidenta for the hartestlug of sugar will be look means it few more laborers on the scene o uetlon of the arbitrary workings of the system of press cen- ing for work In the cities. It is reported that Dr. Llndi', one of sorship Inaugurated by Gen. Otis. It the luteiitors of machinery to liquefy is not a pleasant ttory for Americans to rend thu sound, populur doctrine of ilr, Is engaged lu work on a small piece thu freedom of the press U not favored if apparatus which will weigh less than by army autocrats who have their own 22 Hiiiuils and will produce liquid air ends and their own friends to serve. in Is minutes. licports from 22 Hrltlsh towns show Otis' system, It U stated, "Is exnetly the nuu Weyler enforced in Cuba, thnt IaiiiiIoii, theonly one supplied with ngalust which Americans made such mi rlter water, has nl most the lowest death rate- from feter J7 per million. The outcry ." Is an t:er)day occurrence, the in e lit Ply nioiltii Is 10, while nl (ilasi,otv It liepubllc learns, for corresMindents in It Is 1st, mill lit Helfnst It leaches l,i(7. The Intention of a mnehliie w hlch ill bo cmnpHU-- to strike out the names of men or regiments w ho desert e men t Ion, Automatically fold, wrap und mluresi mid to bo compelled to solid the names newspapers Is announced. It vtas re of thou who hate done nothing. "We crntl) tested III New York mid found to Im a phenomenal hucccss. Two men don't prtijiosu to hare tho new simpers ran operate sK machine, thereby domukc nny heroes here," the nrmy press censor tells correspondents. "If any ing the work of 31 men. The machine heroes lire to be made, this department will soon boon tho market. Tilt riiiiNrkiililc theory that mulct makes them." Therefore the censor "kills nil praise nnd almost nil mention irroui.d waters, like thu ocean, are pf of certain regiments mid oil leers not fected by the moon In advanced by P liked nt headquarters, ami Insists on Giilcliuitl.il French chemist. He k led flattery of those olllcersnnd troops that to this conclusion by an liitcstleutiou nr Iu tutor, the general trend being Of certain wcIIh iienr tin' coast, tlie wtv ler or which risen ami falls with the tide, yet has a t omKltlou dlsprotin the explanation of u direct connection between the wells am! the swi. GOO,-30- 0 I 1 i I - 1 ) f ls T rr JI;& m&&w r Jtimmyrix. u- yiwrvA Arm 1 Oeto-gvuuri- fw tes rriULLkM. xS6rt. VsiyJ?" rAA u l&mjmmyZQf:.' d e 1M-tva- 1 ,,,. to-da- y ,, to-dn- 1 t'y to-da- y to-da- y m For-win- d, s wide-awak- e silver-plate- d bath-roo- m J lit-- a, d, rosy-checke- d lli-n- tin-qu- nl t 1 ,iWtx!rt . ,.ts ' , - wurviKvr'v " iiVt" kw - RURAL MAIL SERVICE. VlrKlnlii Una I'utenlld Unlutir V lice fur Hit-- Collrvltoii und Uli- trlbutluu of l.utlvra. many crohnroudt pastma-te- r their jobs when tbego-ernment adopt the system of deliv. ... .,., , , " narwoajwynja uri., ,VNl.l"ajiaSaa, ering and collecting mull in the counDAIRY REFRIGERATOR, try, which Iiuh Just been putcnttd by Thomao J. C'rowder, of Virginia. His A Mnr.ll lliiinK f Wiiinl 'I'linl In Invention fomiH u valuable adjunct to Knallr I'ul li .North of Any the suburban nystcin now being devell.nrue I'nriiiliuiiirr, oped for the relief of country residents. It coiihIhIh of n boc Komevvhat larger l'lniis for u mnnll ilulry reirltforntor than those now used In the citlcy ns for ii.iilc and lititter from ftvu ctWM mail deposltoilen, and thcftc aie to b uo vanti-i- l.y .1. . II.. mIio Iiu. 15 erected at convenient centerH nlong thr IohiIh of Ice iiiul n KikhI cool well. Ho country roudH. Two keys are allotted xwiiiIh u ImiIIiIIiik of wood tiiul located to each reHldence In the vlelul'.y. Tht north of a laijfo fiirinlioiifcc, urouwl A good I ffV Kill SJ 1 mm will Iokc f ,. l inIiIi.1i Ik lurcwltli calla for mi mldltlou of C by 11 feet on the north end of tin- house. Across one end of the room thus lnndc, so c Fljf. '., U the refrigerator jirojier, the rent of the room ItchiK iikciI an a milk Thin will Kle room to work loom. around the cabinet creamer which I would net In the corner. The wnll. eillliiK and part It iotin nhould he tntulc hy first up both hIiIchoI1 tile Muddlng with matched iloorlnf,, adding to the Hhcathlittf on the insldt' Injvr of tho t coal tu,r paper put on In Mich n way that the Joint, match tt the Ktuddlnj;. then fur out on the Inside and Hdd another thcctlntf of mntched lioorlni; und building paper, fur out oucc more, and add u third and lat flicctlii of matched Mooring. This ,'Utt. time tlend nlr hl;. 'i'lii: doors khnuld ); built up In the nanus way an the w.ill and the nlgcri boiled as to clone practically tlht. The toom to be used u n refrigerator Is divided Into two eoinpnrtmtiutii, one for Ice und the other for Morale. The IccIkix Ih 1'Vi feet uare, the partition lietwecn it and the ntorii(?e Ih iiuitle by si'ttlntj two by four Mtiddilit; tdx fnclii-npnrt and up mi the fJdtt from the iKittom of the Ice chest within four Indie of the. celling, The oK'ini.(,'H thus left at the Ixittmn and the top furnlih n mrutiH fur circulation of thf air, which will pats into the top of the Ice Ixir froht the fctorajje room, where It has become wunn, while the cold air from the Ice pnt' out below to tnfc its place. The bottom of the Ice client should be up ome ?( inclio from the lloor, nnd conIit of a Lrnhttu-lice- l , Iron rmtlnir on grating 'd 'lli a niaplu iliiii llliiKtiatiMl eioe. - ?K CARClti LCSVintr HAIL. klice-tlut- ; lx-- tarmLkL' T 'tiO" fflSaW EWH "n 1IO.V. ( MI5 HAIL HUIlAh MAIJ, drip-pan- Coo x I,; to a horizontal position und ucts t shelf. A number of small individual boxen are revealed, und the second key . For th furnished opens one of nke of couvculeiice In dlhtributlug the mall thekf many little doom form on large one, which when opened by the carrier give ucees at once to all the private Ikixch, but when be has closed this shield the mail In each of thcs compartment from examination by any others than those holding the keys of that particular box. A Inrge space Is refcrved In the bottom ns a depository for mail inattei that Is dropped In the usual way through ii slot provided. The patuot also contemplates the combination of the scheme with nn electrical system by which the box owner may be not fled at their respeo-thlicinrn when a parcel has been placed In tin Ikix' by the carrier. u-- first door comprises (tic entire Ide oi the Imix, and when this Ih opened It falls calm, wne, a trifle and a full accounting of sales, lowniil aaa ( Wt UVUIU Vit a)i.liav nf withiC0t, KlMiaportance. liut there Is a strong and to iMuf wjnst Paul U. Hudson, manufacUr. Clark's Foot Powder," and irreiiiuie win oemnu ms oianu lace, ana turer he looks like a man who would Inftue into aisoia""" reinn ueaier ot lirooklyn, re . IllCiSn II .ininilff Kiench politics as much vigor and 5t. '. V ' am,'" .. - 1. ' or ueiung toot Powder, "la"ig ic declared,ur which new life ac Hoitcttcr's Stomach Hitters will Clark'i in Intn till, rtln.ftftwn it'it.m if Btitrnia ii'ltn Ike denuon of the Court, an imitation and I InfrlnrtrilCnt nf "I'nnl l.o. ' !. ties it. It is an absolute cure for the worst fnr tllfU. atlnnc fMl In .!.,! Ir. .... .1 ot til stomacli (Jitoruern. novvio largely advertised and sold all over the coantry- - Allen S. 01inted, of Le Roy, A Vnril ot Thank. To the Hdltor I wink to express my heart-fi- t N. ..i the owner of the trade mark "Foot ha, and he is the first individual who thanks to the following nnmed pcrcons for the aftit.intc rendered me in the death ever wvtrtised a fcot now der extensively. He vil end a samnle Free to any one who f( my huh.ind: Ofliiors llrovvn, Ix)ftusand 0 Dotuicll, who hcliicd act the carriages in write nlm for it. I lie decision In this cates trade-marand renders all par-ticme at the funeral; John Gorman, who tijiliold ins lwuie who fraudulently attempt to iv.ilcheu the orpe; Adolph Simmon, of profit hy the extensive "Foot Kase" adverSinunoii & N'onby, who was esptciallv tising, m p.aeing upon the market a spurious while Bingmc "All Coons fxok Mike to Mc" at the woke, and to Nick and .mnar appearing preparation, labeled Went, for serving lunch to Ihe mourners nnd ''J UP m envelopes and boxes like Similar suits will he brought during their bereavement. Those men shall root-w- i'" ngain't infringing on icvir he forgotten for their kindncM. Mrs. the rcptothers who are now and common haie trade-mar&rah Ann Wells, nee ilurphy. Penny law nghts. I'rtu. . i ilia m Helped li Tip. Wlint "Knlmmilnea" Are. "I don't yec how it happens that you get "tCftlwnnirir" nrt rlinii lpTntnrnrv nriri. of your huiineM rivals m often," rations manufactured from chalks, clays, the stirt man to the whiting, etc., and arc stud: on the walls said the )ou must prosperous undertaker. with decaying animal glue. They hear no "Why,of any of the have nearly double the otlu rs." comparison with Alabasline, which is a ce- trade I do," "Guf ment that goes through a protes of set- frankly, "guea 1 said the man of caskets, do. Of course, mum is ting and hardens with age. t'ontumers, in J, but the fact is, Dr. Cutter always Iiu) ing Alabastine, thould fie that the uoods the wai me the tip when he's going to dig for gives lire in packages and properly labeled. Nothing the Is "just as good" as Alabastine. The apperdicitis nnd I'm invariably the first Maims of new mutations arc absurd on man to apply for the job!" Cleveland Plain their face. They cannot oiler the test of Dealer. time for durability. SwTt or Onto, Citt or Toledo, I .. ii.. . I Lccai CouNTr, Then (Ihe Frit IlrlleTfil. Frank. I. Cheney makes oath that he is the "I felt sure the hero was going to be senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney killed," she said, in describing the serial, & Co, doing husititss in the city of Toledo, story to her best friend, "until I happened t'oiicty and State uforexaid, and that said to think that the author was paid so much fitin will pay the sum of One Hundred Dola word, and probably would not want to lars for each and every case of catarrh that ipoil a good thing." Chicago I'ott. cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh FRANK J. CHKXBY. due- Ac lie nnd Horn Do Yonr I'erl ,rorn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this Cth day of December, A. D. Foot-EasBhake Into your shoes, Allen's A. W. (JhKASON, n powder for tho feet. It mokes tlghtorNew 16M!. Seal Notary Public. Knoes feel Uasv. Cures Corni, iltmlons, I Hill's Catarrh Cure is taken internally nnd Hvvallcu, Hot, (Pilous, Sore, and Sweating s Feet. All Druggists anil Klioo Stores sell act directly on the blood nnd mucous of the svstrm. Send for testimonials, Address, It, J5c. Hainple sent KRKK. Allen 8. Olmsted, Ixj Hoy, .N. Y. flee r. .1. (JIIKNKV &. CO., Toledo, U. i, if anything-FiftitrrjpniB Atirt n( trlt fratice, Frnnct'm Near President. Prtildent Loubet, the new preiident of , raol-Kni- e .Ttisbce u,( Uughlin, in Supreme Court, ordered a nennanent injunction, Pur-faloJ- Trnde.Nnrk StiatBtaed. m fin-dow- VaF 5v JfSTl -- ii The courtship period for Ayes Sarsaparilla passed long since, when it won the confidence and esteem of thoughtful men and women 50 years ago. You need have no doubts, if, when you go to buy Sarsaparilla, you simply say the e, sur-facr- tlit-hc- tSold by drwrgistK, 7.rc. K se'-ur- c Jlall s Tills are the best. Take everything with a grain of modnia.iaS eration. A little fertilizer makes the grass grow Itctter, but put it on a foot thick aud ThcC.IlnK o It. it kills all vcgetation.-- h. A. W. Ilullctin. (fInsion The bride was given away by utri .u.iivi. Parke "I pave the cook fits to my wife Il'att And it was the newspapers, I bethis morning. Iant -"Anything happen?" lieve, that gave the count away. Pbiladel-phu- t Parke "I don't know- yet, but I'm afraid isorth Amincan. the heard what I said." Town Topics. I Interrotrd In TcxnaJ "It takes a thief to catch a thief," and an 5 II so )ou will do well to send to I). J. honest man find more good nun in the Pr.ce. (en. I'aM. &Tkt. Agt. International world than a rascal wo.ulil ever gue were 6 tireat Xorthern Railwny, 1'alestine, there.-- L. A. W. Hulletin. Teiasv for a cony of "Illustrator and General Narrator, a very attractive publication, filled with reliable information in reTHE MARKETS. gard to the Kmpiie State of the Southwest, stamp toiover postage will securo It mi AJ-cci- old name Ayees $54&!tt!l ff I e HEAR THE OTHER SIDE. aJj tt. common fa 4 BV Milt prr 7 Kulr to lint.. CW . 3 Hi HCKl3 10 Coarc and heavy . 1 Pi 3 TO Mli"U pu(kt:r. 3 KV 3 rtv Unlit Milpperh S1IKKI -- ( liolco 3f41 ft 4 0 CM J. 7 7. 3 Ji iv 3 ra KLOt'lt Wlnitrpulcnt STOCK'-Caf- I.IVK .le Cincinnati. .vi May 111 l PAI.VK' - i.,i i i 4 .V) 4 7. I Coroner Helpers. I.A.MII--Slirl- ntf Was the victim comcious when jou reached him? I'atYis. ir, he vvorr. Hut bechune u I don't belave he knew ut. Philadelphia North American. The .Miirnl AntililiiKl Airet of Poor IMeupil liy Vrl .tu IUiada liltAIN No. 3 I'on Oat lire-N- Wheat-N- o. mh ired.... it-- o. v U4f f fin... 1?. Uft ItUPItiaKllATOH ANO f CUKASIKHY. 5 m ll"lt Wlnlr ivlrtit eJnggiitsrefundmoticy if It fallstocure. S5c. 'J'bU of two by four two Inchc (.IEAIN- - VVIwut NV .'red... 71 N'" 3 I'hlrum Mrlnu i; ft o prilling ma) hr made by nitUliiL,' the s "Some men," said t v H How to Get Rich. hah no trouble 'tall . two lv fourn onto both hide of the . S :5V I tele Kbcn. "wouldn POKK-.an t 8 Xt MihIh fbrmlug the Kiititlou. 'I vat gcttin rich cf dey held on as tight to S !..K1- - Mm.. . 5 al dc money dey earns as dey does to de The rttcr from the melting icewiiouhl NKW YOlttC. money dey borrows." Washington Star. be conducted Jrom tliu drip-puto. the 3 75 ft 4 o) Winter Pt.Ot tt to esutMili; by mean of n pipe, provided Wlii'Ai N.?rl Klt( all (OI 5 40 S cf Don't forget that jou can dye the kinds mixed n trnp, the trap being urcmsry to fibers, cotton, wool or silk et with same 1! K , r.vs to SUCCESSFUL SHOOTERS SHOOT HAI' Mixed n mi time, in the same vctsel with Putnam Fade-hi- t picwnt iiu outflow of cold nlr with P(ll:iC-Ng 25 Jtt ,M. Des. 'I he Ide of the lee Ikjx the water. C( 30 KAItli Western htrlpo ) A hole in one's pocket in't desirable, but hht'ild W lined with llAI.II.MOltlt. lI.Ol'lt-l'otnltbov almut the rent in that of one's of Itnh MulT about one Inch npnrt, the .. ...... 355 3 .VI UltAlN-Wli- eat 73 N Srcd 7S4 A. W. Ilullctin. Rifles, Repeating Shotguns, Ammunition and cdg h ph.netl to u bevel n in I'ig. l,i-, ciuthern. 73'f Cora Mtxeil .TTUft that the drip wlicc the ice come highways. I have found Piso's Cure for Consumption Loaded" Shotgun Shells. Winchester guns and VS Ojih No. 2 white Imagine what it would he. to have U4t 08 in unfailing medicine. F. R. Lots, 1303 iif.Miiiht the tide will fall to the liihlde (fr. Hvr Niv 2 ... ammunition are the standard of the world, but Swtt St., Covington, Ky., Oct. 1, 1S94. 4 .vi Si 4 N) nnd into (he pan Ih tow. The hehch it. roads cNminntcil from our calcula CATTi.i: Firiiiitulltr 4 10 3 W the lorngc room tdiould be of ulats, w tions. The world would lose all those they do not cost any more than poorer makes. INIUANAI'OLIS. cametimcs you hear of a perfect man. He ecstatic thrills it now experiences in n to bllow circulation of air. 2 red CHAIN Wheat-N- o. All reliable dealers sell Winchester gooib O. is the fellow your wife could have marrCorn Vc. 2 mixed . The outIde iloor hould be ', feel watching the clay or loam ipnigmlret .... ft "l'i ied. Town Topics. 3.14 Oaf-N- o, 2 inlxid FREE : Send name and address on a postal for IS6 t5 .an wide, the door into the cold storage change, drop by drop, back into the page Illustrated Catalogue describing all the guns and LOU1SVII.L.K. Beauty marred by a bad complexion miy extending from delightful roads they can be at times. KLOUIt the himie width und ammunition made by the 3 73 ft 4 00 Winter u cut be restored by Glenn's Sulphur Soap. the nMr to the celling. The door into 1'erfeet rojda would be ns dull as- the tJKAlN VlitatNo. 2ii .... (le 73 Ihll's Hair and Whisker Die, CO cents. WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS GO., Com- - Mlxtd (4 3. the ice Ihx. two feet wide and alKiut ideal hoclsl state. OiH- Mixed 30 tt-In n more Important way humanity 1X1UK- - -Meat .., with NEW HAVEN, CONN. tluce- feet high. One window 180 WINCHESTER AVE., "Never wear shoes too small for you," is mo Ul Ma dt. 5 75 a rood foot rule. Chicago Daily News. double g!at.i. nUiut tlirvo feet long and would lose. Oood roads. In a few short LAUD SU.UU1... lugli. well upln the of the years, would sap the moral fiber which l'i The man has been cultivating through ages. wall, will fjle suUlcirnt light. are assailed at every turn by troubles peculiar (Me, of the building shouhl be well Time may come when we shall not need sex. Ever)' mysterious nche or pain is a pacc under the ethical stimulus of poor roads, but bnnkitl tip, o that tin symptom.. These distressing sensations will keep EAST. WEST. HOME IS tt Is far off. The Yankee gains the the floor will Ihi dry and ihe nlr dead. on coming unless properly treated. (5. 11. True, Michigan Kx'htM fctuirpncsH nnd doggedness of the gran1W. IF KEPT CLEAN WITH ite he dally drives pver. The Virginian The history of neglect is written in the worn faces and icntnl Htntifm, In I'lirm and Hume, has superimposed on lib uatjral imwasted hgures of petuosity, patience nnd enjnrnnec Mniinrlnjl f Trrr. of our women, from that red clay of his, wlich no Tlx iiilHtukr of many people In every one of whom may trees i1o place the fertilizer ih mere impetuosity can conquer. Thf receive the invaluable adhis character tht trunk tihpohilde. That I very Floridian hU develops nciir vice of Mrs. Pinkham, & 111). through calming sand; the jniucli like feeding u nuiu held in up- nolsuu from his bottomless blnck without charge, by writing mud. right Hrdtio by jdncing the food near And finally if more argument Aids Digestion, to her at Lynn, Mass. be bU fci t. .More'fmiuently, however, the needed poor roads Regulates lie Bowels, Miss Lula Evans, of restrain the manure Ik piid tin funis the branches Hakes Teething Easy. to Its native tulr of thu noisome Parkersburg, Iowa, writes of her recovery ns follows: extend from the trunk. The feeding city, and keep It from TEETHINA Relieves tha defiling the mainly much "Dear Mrs. Pinkham I had been a constant sufferer nwjtn of l.irgi' trees are rural districts. N. Y. ComBowel Troubles of for nearly three years. Had inflammation of the womb, nrtlier from thrir trunk than their beautifulAdrrrtlscr. mercial Children of Any Age. "brum hen. llury mine ilead animal tlm-leucorrhaia, heart trouble, bcaing-dow- n pains, backache. Cost. Onlr S3 Cents. headache, ached all over, and ir i ven four iimIs from nn npjile tne Poultry INillila, TEETHING POWDERS I'riirllent Ask Your Drufvlst lor It. lit full bearing, nnd within u year or At u farmers' Institute in Itivva a lady at tunes could hardly stand on two roots will extend lliU distance, und road an essay telling how she made a my feet. My heart trouble was IOOOj of UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIALS SAY find the fertilizer they need. In most profit of $.100 annually from her lloelt so bad that some nights each other, of about 75 bens. In the discussion or linnlH tree ioot interlace I was compelled to sit und thin crowding Ik one renson why that followed, one man, who said he up in bed or get up so often unproductive. It could not sjKiro time from taking care ihe trccsare TH n iiai.iw ..Min .rnTi.ir T nnd walk the floor. Yciiulrcs extra high feeding in such of his cornfield one year to build coopi IVrmcurntlr cures all ltchlnx, llurulnj;, fcal;j, HUraoei. turb u Halt Itheum. ?(jll)uiul We will turnlsh duplicates of LIVE STOCK tor it seemed as rases to keep the trevw vigorous enough for the chlckeiiH, admitted that the liead.CMIhlalni. I'lles, Hums. llntr ll.i.T.rirB tknrtriin' It. hlnir firo n l'.illltt.r llnlr CUTS or any other Cut sliowu in any pco it her tree were chickens and eggs his wife sold brough though I should to be fruitful. If every linen Hook, at or below quoted prfcesfor s.mio, (U1I1 kenlni: and muklnc It bolt. Mlky. unU LuxuriClrar, ant) All Ksie hruulliint (prtKlucluija cut out the rcsuit in many cm.cn would in more money than his corn crop. Ansmother More llrartltul Sklu aud Complexion) It conUilim no A.N. KELLOOa NEWSPAPER CO., Milptiur. Caniliarldis or anjthliiB Inlurloim. be more nnd better fruit than now on other woman, who hail sold JC'O worth than once 1 have An OKkf Krrai uurr tuj caiivat'r CapillarU 335 "W. Finu 81.. Clncluiiutl. o. iu.rwi those left standings- - Prairie Tanner. of poultry to the local poultry dresser In till a iluy Drni'cim or niall .lOc. been obliged to T. II I I.I. Miiiufucnirlnir Co. N. V .Adi1r"i lived, said that the inen could where she &iAMrici.u. .gt.. oi.r.x uiuuc, x. j. have the doctor fckillril Men In Deiiinnil. talk poultry when the ground wai visit me in the The demand for skilled buttermakern froruu five feet deep, but when .spring TDMNT 1 RRADKRS OI TUIB IA1KK IPRBB middle of the BOOKLET is expected to be greater this scutum comes they will forget it nil, ami think DllSllUNa TO I1UY ANYT11IMI night. I was also AUV1CRTISKI) IN 1T8 COLUMNS A iruuber of ereatn-crthnn evi-HOW of nothing but "corn and bog:!, more B110UI.D IN8IST UPON I1AVINO very nervous and men have been heard to express et.rn und more hogs." WUAT 'HIKT ASK KOU. UKKUH1NQ fretful. I was ut themselves ns being through experiALL BU11STITUTE3 Oil IMITATIONS. MAKI5 3111k Sent ! Crrnnierlrn, terly discouraged. menting with poor, cheap help, as It INKPICTURES Then' Is u profit to the fuvinttr Jw One day I thought I has proven very expensive, and they Frf.bTmalllf ou writ wltblarter'tlukto will begin this scutum with competent milk sent to ereumerit over that kept V?. would write and see WW T k CARTER'S INK CO., BOSTON. MASS. at home, provided the cost of hauling help. It is !". w hoped that every it you could do any: will fee the profits to be gained it to and from the creamery be not too CVrcS rTHttt thing for me. I followed Beat Congo 9rmp buttennaker skilled great. Hut thtu obstacle is done away DYED by emp'o.vlng your advice and now I feel tattna. idbr farmer in bin int." and pay him u good salary. with where one hauling. is selike a new woman. Mmturml Mimok ky All the A At the The biiyeis on our leadlrg markets ure cured to do those dreadful troubles I have no becoming more nnd more critical each creamery the farmer him his milk more, and I nave found Lvdia A. N. K.- -E 1761 year, It Is going to be the creameries put In shape where it w'libiiugu higher E. Pinkham' Vegetable Compound and Sanative Wash a sure every day uveiar-- price than will the milk ii tlixt turn out fancy butter WHEN "WBITINQ TO AllVERTINEKS cure for leucorrhcea. I am very thankful or your good advice in the week that will be on top jjH kept it home sad i&uiic Into artruyt pleaM atMle Shnt yau MtW law aVUvcrUaV U draal.ta fltos cents o MaSaM,M.B.or K. I. HaU Ofc Jam butter. ! V, JWuce Jietlew. nil medicine." full tit IB) Uil arl. n I four-inc- h o Of late yenrs we have been hearing but one side of the rundH ijue-itlotill the world bus come to think thut there is but one side. While only a bold man would say that jioor roads ure better than good road, something is to be said In their favor, und some sympathy Is due tho.ir dcsplkcd mid rural persons that do not Join In tin general pean in favor of good roads. .Vol tha'. one would for u moment oppose the present vgltutlon for them, nny mure than one would oppose Sunday schools. Itoth are commendable; yet even as one would not wish this world one large Sunday school, so one should be moderate In one's desire for unities 11(0 I'r.mo tocliolco I'KOViSlONS Moepork I.tihI IIL'ITBK-Ctio- ler .tulrr l'rime tocho'c'cTwitnerv... AI'PI.Kx-CIipMAY No. 2 raised No 3 ft ft ta 71 711 fThe Heat Prescription for tod Fever Is a bottle of Gnovn's 36 2V ... is W-- Cell Toxic. It Is simply iron and nuiniue In auslelcftsform. No euro no pay. Prlcc,50c Mmliir, AllTS is no rest for money. Spendthrifts kB it going. Misers keep counting it. X. cjfci I Tasteless Chill. B w w 7! )U CI 4 fchre 4 That is the kind that cured your fathers and their fathers before them, and it is the kind that will cure you. Other Sarsaparillas may look like it, may even taste like it, but somehow or other they haven't the knack of curing people that Ayer's has. Just try one bottle of Ayer's today. Uh l'OIAIOKS-P- or I t.u to fnnei ... tl IM CS 40 -, I.( CHICAGO t 20 OI e. :b Cold In One liny To tar Tac Iaxatlvo Bromo Ouinlno Tablets. All -- ioi;--so.'- 3:1 IIA-l--- Mrs tfti-it- J 1 N-- Nu! w ! & v. -- (. land-lord?-- WINCHESTER ttt'-itrr- HCXIS-Vet- ern m - -- - fiH-- t WOMEN Doiciitii " BEST." nme-tcnt- hs tna-itiirt- WOMEN WHO NEED MRS. PINKHAM'S AID CCSC6C(CCwriCCC5C0CCCC6CC-- SAPOLIO If! eethinA tii't Kc-tr-iua C inoto-cycl- e ST06K I Ix-j- r v .Alasa STt cream-vryinu- n xMmieMjn-tvuw r t? cy 0 9ft l TO WHISKERS J J Buckingham's Dye. N. -. wmwwwjiwui V?1 p.. , w STWT, yw" - ' m mm 'p-.v - , ,, . 1 ' BP"'"'fr Vyt f tw M 1- s a n )' life n torture. Her denth a horror. The in missionary of the cross heathen lands preaches generally to two groups a group of mn who do ns Dr. Talmuge Pictures the Earth they plensi! and stt where they please; the other group, women hidden and Without the Gospel carefully secluded in n side apnrtment, where they may hear the voice of the Vl I'nrlrn) (he (iliumi nf nu ln- - preacher, lint may not be seen. iN'o II lie World Triumph "' Alliclaiu No liberty. Xo hope for this t Wutilil Mimiii life. No hope for the life tn come. AN ETERNAL GLOOM. to-da- y 1 11 1 m I llt-ntl- i Cl IIIbiKIoii. Copyright, Louis Klopsch. ISM.) 'f SI ? t 5 h VI When the facts of the military cen., In this sermon Dr. Talmage gives a ..mlM n ...,, t Christiun infill- sorship of news dispatches from tho glimpse of what the world would be If cnce8 wce tnnVi nnd Christianity Philippines coma to tight ns they will, the Gospel were abolished nnd tho hu- - wcrc ,iC!,trovcd? It is only a question following thu close of the wnr the peoman race left without Divine guidance. ple ot thu United State will receive u f (iv,,m0a. if nn object be lifted to ..,.,.. The text is Acts 1!:2U: "The bun shall ,)0tnt n,ui 110t fastened there startling object lesson ot the military rettes. be turncd'into darkness." despotism inseparuNu from n policy of nnil ,i.., liftlni? nowcr be withdrawn. A machine that will greatly reduce Christianity Is the rising sun of our ,um. lonp mOTC that object will fall foreign conquest. - ,,nvn j,, the point from which It the cost of harvest lug has been Invented g time, nnd men have tried with the upIn Jesus" cut it nwny, r1 see "islccp The llcpuhlic has already licin prib els. This vaors of skepticism nnd the C(1? lt uj ,i0wn, nnd it will go where you find n innrble slory of II . vately notified by stall carrciK)udcnt8 for the harvesting of sugar will be lookmeans it few more laborers smoke of their blasphemy to turn the 8tjjj fnrti,Cr thnn the point from which en blast it, and where you find ov ta on the scene o action of the urbltrnry sun Into darkness. Suppose the arch- - t started. Christianity has lifted little child's grave "Sutler Little t workings of thu system of press cen- ing for work in the cities. should be n It Is reported that Dr. Llude, one o( of malice and horror p irom tnc ery depths of degrndn-le- t dren to Come Unto Me" substitute i sorship lutiugtiratcd by Gen. Otis. It the Inventors of machinery (o liquefy loose a little while and be allowed to tj(m a10st to the skies. If that lifting words "delusion" nnd "sham," is not u pleasant tory for Americans to i , extinguish and destroy the sun In the j)OWCP i)c withdrawn she falls clear where you find nn angel In mo Ir i end the sound, populur doctrine of air, is engaged lu work on n small piece natural heavens! They would take the ulL. tn the depth from which she was strike off the wings, and when r the freedom of the press is not favored ,if apparatus which will weigh less than oceans from other worlds and pour resin reeled, not going any lower, by army autocrats who have their own 2' iMiuuds uud will produce liquid air tome to n family vault chisel on I. on the luminary of the planetary cause there is no lovverdepth. And jet. thwir: "Dead once, dead forever." cuds uud their own friends to serve. in la minutes. system, nnd the waters go hissing down notwithstanding the fact that the onl. !icort from 'J British towns show But on, ye great nrni.v of infidels in Otis' system, It In stated, "Is eaetly amid the ravines nnd the caverns, nnd h:il.itii)ti of woman fiom degradation atli ists, nu! They will attempt the one Weler enforced in Cuba, Hint Umdou, theonly one supplied with there is explosion after explosion, until mu um s the Chiistlnn icligion nnd smle Heaven. There arc hclglits t ' against which .Sincrlcnns made such nu river vvutcr.hiisaliuost the lowest ihalh there nre only a few peaks of fire left thqa oul influence that nas ecr lifted taken. File hill on hill and I VI Ion n i rate fiom fever H7 per million. The outerv." in the sun, nnd these arc cooling down iu,r j,, the social scale Is Christianity ' Osmi, nnd then they hoist the Ind It is an everyday occurrence, thu rHlent PImouHiis 10, while ut (iluNovv nnd going out until the vast continents i i,ayu jlcn,i that there arc women who the walls of llenveu. On am i , l!cp;:blle Icarus, for currcnMindcnts to it Is 1M, uud ut Belfast it loaches l.tifi,. of Hume are reduced to a small acreage reject Christianity. I make no remark until they blow up the foundation The invention of n machine w hlrh ill be compelled to strike out the names of ' of lire, and that .whiten and cooIh oft" regard to those pet sons. In the niitomatlcully fold, wrap ami udorcst jasper nnd the gates of pearl. T it men or rcgimciitswhodeMrvemcntlon, there arc only n few coals left, i0nce of jour own soul make your charge up the steep. Now they aim f nnd to bo compelled to semi the name iievnpapcrs Is aiimiiiiicisl. It wns re these are whitening and going out nations. the throne of Him who Iiveth for n of thoku who huve done nothing. "Wc ccntly tested in .New Vork and found tc until there is not a speck left in all the jf iumtclity triumph and Christianity nnd ever. They would takedown fi don't prtH)htt to have the uewsKipers be a phenomenal surccas. Two men mountains of ashes nnd the valleys of i)L. ,)Vn Jirown.it means the demonilia-ashe- s their high place the Father, the Sou, 1 uiukr liny heroes here," the nrni.v press can operate sl machines, tlicreby do and the chasms of ashes. An - t,HI of M)Ciety. The one idea in the Ilol) Ohoat. "Down with them!" t i censor tells correspondents. "If any lug the woik of 21 men. The machine tinguished sunl A dead sun! A buried iliMa tlint atheists and infidels most say, "Down with them from ;h heroes are to be made, thW department will soon be on the market. sun! Let all worlds wall at the stupen- - 1!ltu Is t,c. j,ictl of retribution. Take throne!" Uicy say. "Down forcv tr 'I he tcmnrkable theory that undci makes them." Therefore the tensor dons obsequies. nwav the idea or rctiiluition nnd pun- - Down out of sight! Hc is not God. II "kills all praise and almost all mention icrouud tv titers, like the ocisiii, nre r ( Of course this withdrawal of the solar ,hUmcnt frolu b0cietv, nnd it will begin tight to sit time. Down v t of certain regiments nml officers not fwled by the mwii Is ndraueeil bj light and heat throws our earth into u vcry soo1 to disintegrate, and take h.is no Down with Christ!" Him! liked nt headquarters, and insists on (iiikliiiiil.u French chemist, lie It, led universal chill, and the tropics become ,mnv from tle mmt, of men the fear A world without u head, n unlvr fy flattery of those olllccrsand troops that to this conclusion by uu Investigation the temperate, and the temperate bt- - o ,ief an(, o( erc urc n feM(,at ,I1Jny u nr lu favor, the general trend being of certain wells near the coast, the n comes the arctic, and there are frozen thom u.)l0 uou,i urv hoon tt,rn this without n king Orphan constcllnth ler of which rises and fallr with the Annrchy n Fatherless gnlnles. risers nnd frozen lakes nnd frozen world Into n hell. Tlie'miijorlty of those prcme. . dethroned Jehovah. An I tides, jet has a impoltlon dlKmivm, From arctic and antarctic ro- - who are indignant becniiKc of the idea oceans. the cpluiiHtiou of n direct connection sassinntcd God. Patricide, regicide, c gions the inhabitants gatlier in toward ot punishment arc men whose lives arel between the wells nnd the sea. Is what they mean. Tha tlic center nnu nnn me equator as iiic oml or Mj,ose hearts nre Impure and cidc. That will have If they can. 1 Iv piled up wno i,nte ti,u mble because of tlie idea what thej poles. The slain forests are LAND OF OMAR KHAYYAM. if they cm. Civ ill; tion hurled hi c Into a great bonfire, and around them of futrc punishment for tlie .same .'id scmlbnrbari n the shivering ullages and cities. son ti,.,t criminnls hate the penltcn-Tli- into semibarbnrism a A Ciiiiiilr) I.H.HInd, I, rentwealth of the coal mines is hastily ttary, 0h. I have heard this brave talk driven back into Holtcntot savagt er I hi ,ii r Inner In llir rar wheel of progress turned the ot poured into the furnaces and stirred about people fearing nothing of the The I'm u rr. into rage of combustion, but soon the consequences of sin in the net world, way nnd turned toward the dark a clock of the centuries put b: i - nn,i j n.ne bonfires begin to lower, nnd the furIt in probable thu the Amcrlcnn re. up ,v mind it ismcrc-nacc- s Go liack, you Sand" rt J.OUO .vers. begin to go out, and the nations jy a coward's whistling to keep his iprcts Persia for only two things- - It Islands, from your schools nml fr i Cotopaxi, Vesuvius. Etna, ngc up. I hat u seen men flaunt v'nrpetwuiHl the Kabul vat of Onwr Khnv California geysers, cease to moralities in the face of thecommuni-smokc- , vour colli gen and from jour teforn Be) ond the? two there Is little you were in ! v.V'TOv and the ice of hailstorms re- - ty, and 1 have heard themdefv the s condition to what kiHiwii of the country save thnt it wnt w raL: r unmeltcd in their crater. All ,,,,. t day and scoir at the idea of any when tlie missionaries first came. (. irk oner nihil by Dirrius, C rim and .Nerxis, the flowers linic breathed their last f,,tnre consequence of their sin, but home the 500 missionaries from ln and that ltnbUon uud MiicvhIi were . breath. Ships with sailors frozen nt lL. tl,ej came to die tliev shrieked and overthrow their 2,000 scho t once Its chief cille. But the llriti-.l- i the mast, and helmsmen frozen at the untn vou could hear them "for nearly where they are trying to educate KteJHwJmX foreign otliee ami the lluinu mlnUtcr wheel, and passengers froen In the two blocks, .nnd in the cummer night heathen, nnd scatter the 140.000 lit ' V Vt?TAX5 6 sf,fMS of foreign nlTsIrs know that the hind they have gathered children that y fiSfjAl V cabin, nil nations dying, first at the ti,e neighbors got up tc put the &l Ah h Kt hat been it Ikhic of contention between I AJ&. of barbarism into civilintiou. Ob ATt' w and then at the south. Child dow. dowa because they could not the two countries for upward of a ' LCM1I TltmiV1" crate all the work of Dr. Duff in Ind ZWl 1 JX1 2 and dead in the cradle. Octo- - ,iure the horror. nml that On- - time is rapidly of David Abcel in China, of Dr. King genarian frosted and dead nt the i u)l1 not wnnt to bt.tt n rM trahl approaching when it must be divided, health. Workmen with f mzen hnml on witJ, 500 ciirlstlnn people on board go Greece, of Judson In Burma, of Hut'. ' that the nmy " - moved from Persian problem arena.l reg- ?the hammer and frocn foot on the j,jOWI1 through a drawbridge into a nrulncrd ajuid the .iiicrlcan nix. the diplomatic .v shuttje. Winter from sea to sea. All watery grave; 1 would not want to see lues, nml send home the 3.000 ml- -i It currently rejiortcd thnt the congealing winter. I'erpetnal winter. 500 christian people go into such dis- - arics of the cross who arc toiling in f of linl Curon to the OUR EXPENSIVE AND EXPANSIVE MILITARISM. Kc, Globe of frigidity. Hemisphere shack- astc.t ,JUt 1 u. yo thul j rou(l cign hinds, tolling fur Christ's 1,1 of India was of hi themselves into to hemisphere by chains of led t familiarity w It h the Prolan queslore t.nsv see that t,inn , col,a for toiling.1,000 men God that the) of Ice. Universal Nov. i .embla. The earth any ,Hotracted time stand nnd see nn these on was exalted. Ills name wns heard to discriminate ngainst volunteers and tion. .So man in Kugluud is better nn ice floe grinding against other ice ,Iiade ,,K.( t,10UBh hia ,,n,ow vxtrc of no use. Send home the inedu-u- l in liroiighout the land. "Mr. Chairman," for regular." fitted In deal with the propoeil floes. The archangels of malice and elder ,tmn I1(1 ,,(icr a cllIlopv of vcr- - sionnries who nre doctoring the Ihx) Mild the republican orator ot 15tt(i, "wc In many other wnvs of the sliHh's domain than he, for horror have done their work, nnd now l have never been 'able to ns well us the souls of the living rv pile not having hard times. The poor legitimate freedom of expression his lung rnddence nt Tehernn and his they may take their thrones of glacfer ,, ., ..... .,. fol. ...,, .,.,.. tlons. Go home, London Missionary , nre not growing poorer and the rich Is bumpered nml the Philippine news Hitlxcquetit studied of the question and look down upon the ruin they have ,nt.le Thcro Js n.n.ethjng at such n clcty. Go home, American IkkitiI f richer, ns I shall prove from recent sta- service Interfered with. The develop- have uiHile him absolute nuister of ta wrought. What the destruction of the tlmc so i,uieseribable in the counte- - foreign missions. Go home, je Mora- tistics compiled by one of the most emi- ment I new In Aiuirienu history it mnlht details. The proxMil is to divians nml relinquish back into darKnrs sun in the natural heavens would be nanCCe t JlHt IooKn, j ,,,, ,t nent authorities in the world Hon. seems to be consistent phne of Im- vide the countrv bv rough Hue and squalor and death the tiati ns to, ",r.,,.1.'VSMal rar,,1!,,1,,e ,lfruct'oni Atkinson, of Boatou. pity the perialism and militarism, of warsof agutunr two, but theclutcbofhistlstwas whom yc have begun to lift. cast and west through the center, of Christianity would be to the mora M, ialMIc- - and the strength of his voice man, Mr, Chairman, who would ques- gression uud conquest waged In distant giving tlie northern section to Hutt& Oh, my friends, there has never Urn tion the. honesty, iiidwpeuduucu !n, (1a,r,knPS,s! nml lands. The Iron hand of tlie professiono unnatural I could not endure it. m1C,im uud adding the southern lnilf to India. a ..Tlm.e Infidelity our time th(ro such n nefarious plot on earth as that fairness of Mr. Atkinson." Ilt.u thm ,s no felt in n way that is full of As matters stand now, Persia is go great joke. 1 here are people who re- - , ,, lic,.. t,e innn hjl1 bn, for M Which infidelity and atheism Imc Mr. Atkinson Is no longer an Idol. al soldier hthe best of a great ing fiom IhmI tnwort-cmenace to She ha unlaws, jolce to hear Chr.st.anitv nricatured , , Jook , planned. We were shocked a few l)Ut (hat Mile has come Into disgrace, nloiig with and republic. "I wnnt j cm t , those Inqwwcd bv the xiwerful; bo nnd to hcarChristn.ssailed with quibble , t,)e d , ego because of the attempt to hlovriip HTotn Kccd, IMdv Hale, GrorL'ie Hoar to understand." suhl the American cen- wive my ,nflkl, nd ,,. loQm no justice, mivc thnt which is purchasannd quirk and misrepresentation nnd M)methI -; on j.iscouiite. the imrliuni'Mit houses in Lnmlon, In t If and other numerous memlicrs of the sor in tho Philippines, "thnt this is n ble; no state treasury, save the shah's ther badinage and harlequinade. I propose , U) military He mid no enterprise, ..Tlure , infidelity nnd atheism succeed int'nir icpuhlicaii aiR.c wlIch to take infidelity and atheism Uipnj , , . ,,.. TJ . uttempt they will dv minute :i wnrd, charged, nn pantheon. inont has been nize thnt despot Urn. Wc do not recog- pilvale puri-c-U ltiilnn or I'uglhdi. won , Dianyone except the nrmy has that which was tho hc sublime out of the realm of jocularity into one ,t, rcatraIntB tOM,ay afsalnHl Let them huve their full way. nml ".is philosopher of the ages, with the com- any rights." vided Into two sections by ilcncrt that r tlrcc of tragedy and show you what Infidels ,, , nlynlnst lib- - world will be u habitation mission of a political ci (me. He Is corWhen the people of the United Sliite runs through the center, and without propose and what.If they are successful crtill,Hm rainst ,IIIInorav, ,7,, BortH rooms a habitation with jut , n, rupting thu 3011th of the nation, nml learn the full facts of army autocracy rniltonilH mivc those organized umi run tney will accomplish. There are those ,, mightiest restraints nre tlie retn- - rooms, the one n mndhousu, iinnthr a must le made to drink the Socrutle in the Philippines the sentiment against by I'.uropcHiis for their own purMisi-s- , .'., ln our communities who would Ike to hyssop. of eternity. Men know thnt lnnretto, the other a pendru n Imperialism will crystallize into sudden which arc chiefly military, the tuition see the Chnstian religion overthrown butions His tracts, pamphlets uud miscella- nnd most material substance. The peril has no united feeling, nml its national they can eseiipe the law, but down in Thcar? infidel b'inds of mum .,, . ly nnd who say the world would be better just begun their concert - y t y it neous pieces, heretofore held In the of military dominance has been swift pride has been hupclccsl.v crushed out is the want to show you what the ollenders soul there cannot have only been strinjiing up their in- highest regard nnd receiving the comescape-ition of the fact that they to show Itself In the far east. It will iiv a cm nipt aristocracy . the end of this road and what is the struments. I put before joti mendation of the profound McKhilcv, br promptly iceognlcd by the Is binding the northern section "f of this crusade and w hat this Gfml- - ,le b,!"1tI terminus their whole programme from In gum ig the literary Hnnuii nnd the New Jersey They will see to It that the necessary to herself by menus of network of C.,,Cnr "'V1, fIe ,"n world w ill be when atheism and infidel- ttW' i,le;1 f rCt,1"",t " an unto close. In the theater the trg. trusts, are now buried tho mails, nnd, correction Is administered. I nih--r railroads which are connected with tha Ity have t, lumphed over it. if they can. cdy comes first uud the farce afti-- r like Mahomet's eofiln, suspended in republican form of government there .Siberian system, while l.nghiml has nnd Ir they can. I reiterate it, it they iiunlshmcnt out ininds of men, nnd it would not be long ward, but in this intidcl drama ol transit. arc many other Interests besides "the constructed railroads In the southern death the farce comes firt nml the trag. "To bo honest ns the world goes'sald t,'. which tic it to India. Uith the place. It will be the com- - before our cities would become Sodoms. - cdy afterwnrd. And in the foraer the prince of Denmark, "is to Ix one army" which have rights thnt must be the first evil pasi respected. The public pri'Hs. always the death of Musarer-cd-dlthe country is . . pletc and unutterable degradation of , lii only .. estraints against tlie ..mi , atheists and infidels laugh and nicxx. mini picked out of 10,000." IMwurd safeguard nnd the informant of the peo expected to full In halves, naturally, " womanhood. T will prove It bv facts n u"? "' "" "u,,u '" u"uiii in me inner umi uiiuseii win Illicit even though often mistnken, is ple, is one of these Interests. St. Louis but if it does nut, then the two tuitions nnd nrguments which no honest man " now these generals of uud mock, lie says "1 w ill l.iuh ul always honest. This is the head and l.'epublie. most interested villi see that It occur attic their calamity nnd so. hiimi. will dispute. Tn nil communities and mock when ttirlr front of his offending. He has commitpromptly. St. Louis ifepubllc. cities and states and nations where the 'Mn ""' '"fidelity f?ot the victory, nnd fear cometli." PRESS COMMENTS. ted the crime of lese majeste. they marshaled n great army Christian religion has boon dominant ""PI" At the beginning God said: "Let You don't believe, lclng nn AmeriHunt for Ilrtsrjr Moman's condition has been nmcllo- - l,I,,,,c ul' r t,,c majority of the worhl. there be light," nnd light was, nnd hxhl .lgcr in thesennte! Well, there l,,L'-a,e ln i regiments, Is, and light shall be. So Christianity can, that one can commit treason by The house in Moutpelier, Vt which v rated nnd improvwl. niwUhcIsdeferrcd nre plnccs where he might do more Dr. honest nnd telling the truth. Vou Julius Dewey occupied nnd in which to nnd honored In n thousand things. '" hriffucles the whole nnuj. J'or-nn- d is rolling on, and it Is going-tfamiliar with recent develop- harm, ami one of them he holds at pres- all of his children were born wan orig"t:l'. ,v oRl of infidels nnd nations, and all nations me tounrnull nre notnnd everv gentleninn takes oiT his hat """ lire unacquainted with the ent. Utlea Observer. inally small, but was several tliuen before h'er. If vour associations have i'thcists, b.inncrrt Hying before, banners its light. Men may shut the window ments Willi portentous gravity Dreyfus case. Vou nre tint aware that 1,el'i"'l. banners inscribed with added to. Within the last two or three been good, you 'know thnt thennmeof "i'1"' blinds so thej cannot sec it, or they ,nny a man may be thrust Into outer durk-nes- s cuckoo organs nnnounco that years, wishing to replace tills modest wife, mother, daughter,, suggests gra- - the words: ".Vo God! No Christ! No smoke the pipe of specuLitinn until for criticising the reputed head of the executive will say "cutting things" struct e wllh handsomer, more modNo Kestrnints! Down I'uoishmcntl clous surroundings. Vou know there they nre shadowed under their own In Germany he may be about the war critics. Bow very dreadern edifice. IMward Dewcv, the second arc no better schools and seminaries uith t,, nn,,e! n ns Vo" 1'leasc!" vaporing, but the Lord (mil is tlienunj the nation, asImprisoned for question- ful! Chicago Democrat, arrested nnd sou, rohl the dwelling nml burn (reiuiii-inThe bim turned into darkness! In this country than the schools and This white light of the Gospel made up ing the divine nnd godlike characterisQuny'a friends jubllnntly nn- the grrvudh) for gM. Three days Forward, march, ye great army of of all the beautiful seminaries for our young ladies. Vou colors of may Mr. know that while woman may suffer In- - infidels and atheists! And first of all Heaven violet plucked from earth and tics of the kaiser. of Atkinson and nounce thnt Murk Ilnunu will vote tn nftcrward the building vveie resold for youth the country sent (Juay lu the United Suites senate. fini), the lust purchaser, who paid the justice in l.nglnnd and the United vol 'i" attnek the churches. Away spring grass, and the Indigo amid the corrupt the In the Philippines with the It will be recalled that llaumi himself cost of removal, placing them on u lot States she has more of her rights in vvith those houses of worship. They southern jungles, nnd the blue of t,e the soldiers of the jtictii and figures of the last congres- - was annoyed by some slight on State sticet. Since the buttle of Christendom than she has anywhere huve been stundlng thcru so long skies, and the green of the folinec. and sloiml nnd scuntorlnl history ns culled nllccttng his ncgotiutions for n Manila tills house, us the birthplace and luding tlie people with consolation in the yellow of the autumnal woods, aw! from the columns of that wldcuwukc sent. Albany irgus. curly home of its hero, bus been m obiVow, compare this with woman's con- - their bereavements and sorrows. All tlie orange or the southern groves, and and truthfully sensational bhect, the ject of Intel est to tourists uud relio dltlon in lands where Christianity has thoe chinches ought to be extirpated, the red of the sunsets. All A great moral party could not afthe heuuiict Congressional Kccord, but no wind hunteib. The hitter, indeed, have t'nnde little or no advance in China, they have done so much to relieve the of earth and Heaven brought out bv must be uttered against tlie Immaculate ford to shoulder icspouHibility for threatened to carry It away piecemeal, in llarbnry, in Itornco. in "Turtary, in lost and bring home the wandering, this spiritual Ilnunu nnd Hiiiinulsm, but the repub spectrum. Great Britain gentleman who rules the empire and n souvenir fiend In one instnnce w rench-inhi Hindustan. The Burmese sell "d they have so long held up the idea is going to take nil Kurope for (J(, the Illustrious coterie of Atkinsoninn lican party has ceased to be icprcseutii-liv- e oil u faucet nml leav their wives and daughters ns so many of eternal rest after the paroysm of The United States are of anything except distorted going to U economists who surround him if he sheep. The Hindoo Bible makes It dis- - 'hi life is over." Turn the St. I'eters Ameilcji for God. Both of Americanism nnd thu ing the water running in the bathof them to Mould save himself from everlasting graccfiil.iind an outiagc for u woman to and St. Pauls nnd the temples and refuge of trustH, syndicates and multi- room with the ptcssureof the full gether will take all and disgrace. of LIS pounds. Boston Transcript. to music or look out of the win- - ernucles into clubhouses. Auuj with three of them will Asia for Grid Is, In Listen! This Is tho real reason, found millionaires. It (Ind.) short, organised takcAfilia fnr(,(, dow In the absence of her husband and those clinches! iv 11. Lafayette Journal. "Who art thou, (). great mouiitiii,,v in his pamphlet, why "the government" The t iieiniiiiM-rutilittinirrnvv. gives us a lawful ground for divorce a r'orwntd, march. ,e gi eat nrmy There me twoe'r.ments in tho reBefore Zeruhbabel thou shall bet nine lies undertaken to silence the erstwhile The spartow has kept up a cheerful beginnirg to cat before her fidels nnd atheists, and next of all they publican party, just ns there nre in tho eninpalgii ngulnst the riii? mouth of the Lord hath republican philosopher and sage: 1'l'dn. human nice for husband has finished his meal. What scatter the Subbatli schools tilled with spoken It." Halleluiah, amen! "Ih It not our misfortune to huve- in country at large. One represents Hnn-n- thousands or yenru. While all the big mean those while, bundles on the ponds hrlght-ejcd- , little ones .Mger, Fngnn, Carter nml carrion game is being the chair of the president of the United exterminated lu both nnd riveis in China in (he morning? who are singing songs on Sunday Mr Wll II lleill liny. III States a mnn of weak and uncertain meat and the other represents tho parthis following Infanticide. Fe- - noon nnd getting Instruction when Lady (who is u jout to move, tonel"h-bor'tisans who are for expansion, the honor fair to i.utwll hischeery tie bird bids purpose, without convictions nnd enemies ami go on male cbildtcn destroyed simply because they ought to be on the sticet corners little boy) -- And whnt will to the emergency, who, hnving of the flag ami tho punishment of the chattering dow Mi All Boston thev me female. Woman harnessed to j playing marbles or swearing on the do when go nwny, Sammy, and icivi declared that an act of aggression poisoners of soldiers. The latter clasi Ih now arrayed in two camps, for uud the plow no uu ox. Woman veiled anil j commons. Avvuy with Ihem! Forward, no one In the house'.' is rather out of place In the republican rtvjinrt tlie sparrow. would bo r natlonnl crime, has trifled ijiiri leaded and in all siylrs of cruel se-- march, ac gient army of infidels and But he Sammy-Bre- ak oil the windovvii- -. with tho question?" hut it ehrUi. -- Washington ask quarter from his enemies does not Hc disposes of party, elusion. 11 ci liltlli a misfortune. Her nlljci.st.'j, und next of all tliey will ut- - Harlem Life. or fuvori in thin Times. from hit frleudb. ClirUtiuti Keglatrr. he president and his cabinet start-rollin- UJnged nose. Cramped foot Disfigured face. Ihnbruted soul. Now, compare those two conditions. How far toward flits latter condition that I sneak of tack Chrlstir.ii asylums, tho nl tlous supported ny uirisunn phi ininii me bllnil tiiropics. mu tne (ic.ii ears umi me en iV limbs uud the darkened Intellects, paralvved old age pick up Its own anil orpuuiift ngni iiieir own wav n the half reformed go back to theii habits. Forward, nmrch, ye j ti army of infidels nnd atheists, nnd k vour hnttlcnxcB liew down the r i ami split up the manger of Bethlc it On, yc gient army of inilduls atheists, and now they come tn graveyards and the cemeteries ol i earth. 11111 down the sculpture n Greenwood's gate, for It means the !i urrcction. Tear nwny nt thu cntr n of Laurel Hill the figure of Old .Mo u ity and the chisel. On, ye great a i of infidels and atheists, Into thcgi itr vnrds nnd cemeteries, and where i v I fn worn-nnge- ls be-the- in ob-an- d & e- ElVVARU ATKINSON'S CRIME. IV hr (lie AUuilnUtratlnn Una Ml. IrnciMl tln KrMtTlitlr Itcjiut,. Ilrnn I'lillomiiilirr. For inuny years th American public has been familiar with the nniuo of Atkinson. Hdwnrd hns been, from early childhood, n stanch republican. In his enrly manhood he established a reputation as n statistician. What has been to Hnglnml Atkinson has been to America, in u slightly different cense. Mulhnll Is n statistician who gathers statistics and compiles figuics for the untlre world. He covers every laud and clime nnd publishes them for what they nre worth. Atkinson la n statistician, too, who hns compiled columns upon columns of figures to show that tho republican party was the greatest political party that ever existed in the tidrt of times. Thnt under its rule men did not need money, clothing, food nor any of the etceteras of civilization. Tlie average innn could not understand, according to Mr. Atkinson, when he wns well off, nnd was an uncivilized iss it he could not live luxuriously on pint of kerosene, n tin stove uud 0 .cuts n week. Mulhnll was n vulgar mathematical historian who compiled figures to Ulustrnte eistcnt facts. Mr. Vtkinsou was u mathematical phlloso- pher wiio would lead thu world past the .intlquatcd sv stents of Aristotle and Ba- mhi, to the field of Hlyslan economy hat. would enable tho poor to become rich nnd the rich to place nu honest penny in n rnlnv day Mocking. Mr Atkinson was hulled us the solver f a great nutlonnl problem nnd the de- vcrcr of a nation. His praises were ouuded from cast to west, from north o south. On tho highway, from Dan o Bccrshcba, trnvclcts told of hispid- iso;ihy. The dwellers in Jerusalem dented the city with kcroacuu lumps ud the makers of the Iron ranges went into bankruptcy, and Gehenna tkln- lid-,va( SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. language: "I know no men whose names will go dow u nmung the mothcrt Tlie value of Hie fruit consumed In of the laud, even the near future, subject to greater execration thnn the (ileal Brituin every ycnrlscstlmutednt names of the men who have brought i! 10,000,00(1. Two hundred new designs In penny this uct of crlmlunl aggression upon tliu nation." Kansas City Times. Iojm ate brought out every week li 1 1 MILITARISM RAMPANT. Mul-ha- ll riillliilnr Mviti .Mint Hint Uiiuiitlr of Admlnlatrntloil-I'u ml ihr m Aiitliurlllra. Wliltcclitipel, Loudon. Production of pig iron in ltussla it 0 estimated !o have liicrciucd from tons in tsS7 to S, 19 1,000 In 18US, Belgium hnd lti.1 strikes last jc'ir, In volvlug H,-- ( kiborcts. Only lu 'i ol these ciisck did the strikers win a complete, and lu eight a partial, success. .Vow Vork made bitw ecu 3,000,000 and 1,000,000 fewer cigars In the ,vcar ended April 1 than In the previous vcar, and more than r.'D.OOO.OOO fewer paper cigaCOO,-10- 1 US- i . rca-gath- er e - I ,.,. cour-begintodi- e. thelrim-Stromliol- i, judj;-main- i 5 4r&r rctj2hvw uTNirEt5), s dM A wJW'v.WAM (jpfy. w .i.Jiw Jiwn mm, Tmm, T8M. WK -- v win-nort- f ln JlW"' 4: WTJ.JffiWR ,ra bun-.lii-- d vi-a- xifeio;.'"thccnrrc-qHiud-cuts' I vice-ro.valt- y j,iiiv tin-grav-e gn-ci- an-o- f mfM-lio- n in0ll - ,,. I il 11 11 run-alu- g 1 "Jr ,. Inti-icnl- s . yr-- ni peace-lovin- g to-da- y ,, 11 tt-f- e . .,,,..,, I i t.. ';' - '' , s to-da- y I tin-fi- n 11 11 1 u . lli-ll- ,""'I"''. he-lu- g tlic.Mc-Ivinle- y 111 11 g de-els- e, tecum-cnlltlc- H t. g 11 silvcr-pl.iic- d tub-liste- n sys-ter- n ofin-woman- - 's 11 a, rosy-checke- d after-Infantici- s tin-qu- al 11 1 w. 1 u" RURAL MAIL SERVICE. matched Tlilk three dead air hpiicvn. The door should be built up In the xami! way hk the vv.illr. and the tdgcM buttled so an to cloe practically tight. The loom to be ust'il an a refrigerator In divided Into two compnrtmeiitH, one for Ice and the other for Morage. The Iceixix in 2Vj feet Mpiare, the partition between It ami the itorage In made by letting two by four Mtidding nix uichi-apart and htetltig up on the tttoragc ltlu from the bottom of the Ice client within four Inrlirs of the celling, The opeuingH thus t nt the bottom and the top furnish n itieatiH for circulation of the air, which will mim Into the top of the Ire Ixtx from the storage room, where it htm Urcuinu wonn, while the rold air fntin the Ice out Ixduvv to t.iV It place. The Ixittom of the ice chest should be up route !fO indie from the Iloor, and consist of a gahan , Ucd Iron renting on a grating pWcn in-drip-pan- Justice Laughlin, in Supreme Court, crdeied a permanent injunction. Vlrtclnlii Una I'lil.-nlli- l 'Unljuv Da franco, if anything, calm, sane, a trifle and a full accounting of sales, bourgcoii and utterly devoid of sense of t lev for the Collection una lil- iM "ininit 1'aul 11. Hudson, manufac-turc- r RlMiiiportance. Hut there is a strong and to Irlbutlun of Letters. r. Clark's Foot 1'ovvder," and irresistible will behind his bland face, and he looks like a man who would infuse into also'nfainit a retail dealer of Urooklyn, A good many eroR.sroadb poutiua from making or selling Dr. Trench politics as much vigor and Powder, which it declared, in tcrs will lose their jobs when the got new life nc Hostcttcr's Stomach Hitters will Clark i system of anyone who the deosiun of the Court, an imitation and eminent adopts the ftyiitum of tlcllv Into the infrinpement of Toot-Ka- te," sscs erlug and collecting mall in the coun- of til it. It is nn absolute cure for the worst for tired, aching feu to shake in the powder your shoes, stomach disorder. DAIRY REFRIGERATOR. novviio largely advertised and sold all over try, which Iiuh JiiHt been patented by ccuntrv- - Allen S. Oiunted, of the A Cnnl of Tlianks. U Hoy, Thomas J. C'rowder, of Virginia. Ills N'.,Y- " owner of the trade mark "Foot A Smnll lliillilltiK nr WihmI Tlint a Invention forum a wiliuiblo adjunct to To the Kditor I wish to express my heart-'fi- t Use. ami he is the fir.t individual who thanks to the following named persons I'm I i .North of Any the Biiburban system now bdiitf devel- (or the nuiistatue rendciecl me in the death ever livertised a foot powder extensively. I l.nruc rnriiiliiiuvr, oped for the relief of country mtldents. f my husband: Ofluors llrovvn, Loftus and He Avi se nil a sainnlc Free to anv one who write nlm for it. The decision in this care It consists of n box hoinewhat largci 0 Donncll, who helped get the carriages in and renders all parl'lniw for a numll tlulry nfrljjurutor than those now used In the eltlcn as mu nt the funeral; John (ionium, who unholiH ins trade-marties iraicheil tlier corpse; Adolph Simmon, of profit littile who fraudulently attempt to for ii. Ilk anil litittcr from ilvu cowh mall depositories, and these by the extensive "Foot Kase" adverVi b aie iininnii fc Xorrby, who was nouio vnnlwl by .1. J. n Mlo i,ntl ,5 erected at convenient centers nlong thf ticeable while iiiK'( "All especially'look tising, m p.acing upon the market a spurious Coons lend of kv mill a cool well, lit) country roads. Two keys are allotted Ahke to Mo" nt the wake, and to Nick and Linilar appearing preparation, labeled up m envelopes and boxes like and vvjtnU a liuililin of wood nail lofiiitcl to Wentz, cueh residence In the lcluf'.y. Tlit inring for serving lunch to Ihe mourners their .bereavement. Those men shall ngain't others Similar suits will he brought north of u lniK farinlioukv, around who are now infringing on sever be forgotten for their kindness. Mrs. trade-marlopt-L- ase nhkli Im a inrqilu grotc. and common smh Ann Wells, nee llurphy. Penny tho rights. law "IIi plan llluMniti'd lit run 1th calla Press. CARClE for an udilltlou of C by 11 feet on the Helped by Tip. LCAVino- Wlint 'KnUomlnea" Arc. north end of the house. Across one end "I don't sec how it happens tli3t you get MAIL. cheap temporary prep"Kalsomincs" are of the room t him made, itecrij,'. 2,1m of business rivals so often," arations manufactured from chalks, clays, the start min your the prosperous undrrtakcr. to aid t!ie the refrigerator jirojicr, the vvhititik', etc., and are stuck on the walls "Why, jou must have nearly double the with decaying animal glue. They bear no net of the room helu lined an n inillt of souiparison with Alnb.ixtine, which is n ce- trade of anydo,"the others." room. ThU will glw room to woik "GufM I ment that koch through a proress of set-- 1 frankly, "gue-- s I said the man of caskets, auiiitiil the en lil net rroamer which do. Of course, mum is ii ir , and hardens with ace. Consumers in would net in the Miuthuext corner. The btivini; AlahasUtie, should ne that the poods the wot J, but the fact is, Dr. Cutter always gives nit the tip when he's going to dig for vviilln, oiling and put tlttciiiK should be nrc in packages and proticrly labeled. Xoth-itielse is "just as good'' as Alahastine. The appeidicitis and I'm invariably the first made by llrt.t slict-llti- ; up Ixith nldcnof claims of new imitations are absurd on man to apply for the job!" Cleveland Plain tlm studding with matched flooring, their face. They cannot offer the test of Dealer. adding to the nhcuthiiig on the IiihIiIi; time for durability. or Ohio, Cut or Toledo, layer of the bent coal tii,r paper put Lucas Countv, Thru She Tell Hellered. on in audi n way that Die jolntK match Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the J hero was going to be senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney "I felt sure the t the ntiiddlug. thru fur out on the killed," she said, in describing the serial, 4 Co. doing business in the city of Toledo. Inside and miM another Mice! log of story to her best friend, "until I happened County and State aforesaid, and that said nAIL gay s matched Mooring and building paper, to think that the author was paid so much him will pay the sum of One Hundred a word, and probably would not want to for each and every case of catarih that fur out oner more, and ndd a third and spoil a good thing." Chicago l'okt. cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh but dhrctiiig of flooring, Preiident Loubet, the new preiident of France's New President. Feot-nns- e Trade-Mnr- k Sustained. Iluf-falofl- i, withtts, fvf (fK lJm IMPS I run-dow- n pt pnr-tiUon- 1 Stti I 0rTTiri jlHnil '' j. r The courtship period for Ayer's Sarsaparilla passed long since, when it won the confidence and esteem of thoughtful men and women 50 years ago. You need have no doubts, if, when you go to buy Sarsaparilla, you simply say the Do)-j.ii- nun a i. maUi nox. first door comprises Mic entire fide ol the box, and when till Is opened It folli to a horizontal oitluu and acts ai a shelf. A number of mall individual boxes are revealed, and the accoikI key furnished opens one of these. For tin sake of convenience In distributing the mall these many little doors form on large one, which when opened by the carrier gives access at once to all the private boxes, but when he has closed this shield the mail in each of these compartment is wmre from examination by any others than those holding the keys of thut particular box. A large space is reserved In the hot torn as a di'Hisltory for mnll mattei that Is dropped In thu usual way through a slot provided. The patMit also contemplates the combination of the scheme with an electrical system by which the box owner tuny be notified at their respective hamrs when n parcel has been placed In the 1k by the carrier. HEAR THE OTHER SIDE. Actio nail Ilarn? Bhako Into your shoes, Allen's Foot-Easa powder for the feet. It makestlghtor New Hlioes feel Bus v. Cures Corns, Huuions, Kvvollcii, Hot, Callous, Sore, and Sweating . All Dnitrglsis anil Klioo Ktores soil Address, it, Uoc. Sample sent KKKK. Allen 8. Olmsted, Lc Hoy, N. Y, e, Fi-et- no Your !et Cine- - Sworn to before me and subscribed in my preMOee, this Cth day of December, A. D. lbMi. A. V. (5LFASON. FRANK .1. CHKNEY. faces of nrti directly on the blood nml mucous sur the svstem. Send for testimonials, fire. F J. CHK.VBY & CO., Toledo, O. ,nwi ov uruirgisis, iftc. m m Notary Public. ieal Catarrh Cure is taken internally and Hill's Take everything with a grain of moderation. A little fertilizer makes the grass grow letter, but put it on a foot thick and it kills all vegetation. L. A. V. Uullctin. I'arke "I pave the cook fits to this morning, line "Anything happen?" I'm afraid I'arke"! don't I know yit, but Topic. she heard what said." Town m Hall's Family Pills are the best. jlnsion The bride was civfn awsv bv ' my wife lllatt And it was the newspapers, I be'."nil,..- lieve, The (!Miik II. old name that gave the count away. North American. Philadel-pb.- t cc TiZS'JJYZZF. IN J J . ,", i JdlpJHJL . : m n LrHS&SiB UllliL Thr .Mnrnl Aaprcl of Poor AiiiiisliiKly II I York ,Nrjiiipcr. it . Iiy n .New !(( miFltlOKltATOll AND t'UUAUKHY. of two by uri two tucheji apart. 'J'liU giatmg mhj be inhde by nailing the two by four onto lnth lde of the Minis fbrmiiig the mi lillwi. '1 lie. water from the mrltliig Icoiliotiltl to .the be conducted from thu drip-jmof n pipe, jimvitkd outside by with a tiap, the trap lxliignecc!iary to ptcuiil tin outflow of cold air with The tilde of the ice bo. the water. he, 'lid W lined with Mri i of linh Kt tilt a Knit one inch apart, h ph.ued to a bevel an In Tig. 1, mi that the drip kIiii'b the Ice conic against the tide will full to the inside ami into the pan Ik. low. The sliehen It, the Uragc room Miould be of hint, mi iim to allow circulation of air. The out hMc floor fdiould be SM feet wide, the door Into the cold utorage the name width and extending from the floor to the celling. The door into the icr Imix, two feet wide and about three feet high. One window with double g:noK, about three; feet long and 12 fiit high, well lip In the hide of the The wall, will ghe MiQicirnt light. pidfK of the building should be well banked up, m that tin- space under the floor will lie dry and the air dead. l'rof (J. II. True, Michigan Kxiwri mrittnl Ftatlon, In Kami and Home. im-tii- loiir-ine- li 1 tin-I'dg- - Ir,iMT Mminrlnjt if Trcr. The mistake of iiisiii people in manuring trees is to place the fertilizer (is near the trunk possible. That In wry , much like feeding u iiuin held in upright jMisltioii by placing the food near bis fee t. Morrf recently, however, the manure Is spiend as funis the branches xteuil from the trunk. The feeding nxjts of large trees are mainly much arther from their trunk than their linuuhen Iiury wiuie dead animal thiee or even four iimIs from nn ajijile tree in full bearing, mid within a ,ear or two roots will evtend this distance ami find the fertilizer they need. In most or hards tree roots interlace each other, mid thin crowding Is one reason why ihe trees are so often unproductive. It fcipiife extra high feeding in such vase, to keep the treis vigorous enougli to be fruitful, if every other tree wen-cu- t out tin1 result in iiiiuiy cases would lie more and better fruit t'lan now on those left standing l'ralrie rainier. Of late j ears we haw. been hearing but one side of the roads itu'Mlou, till the world has come to think titat there U but one side. While only a bold man would say that poor romli arc better thun good roads, something is to lie said In their favor, and some sympathy is due thojo- - despised and rural persons . .. .. i.... .i.. ..... i..t.. i.. mi' iuut uu nut juiii in .i generali emi tin favor of good roads. .Sot thai one would for a moment oppose the present agitation for them, any more than one would oppose Sunday llotli are commendable; yet even as one would not wish this world one large Sunday school, so one should bo moderate in one's desire for faultless highways. Imagine what it would bo to hart roads eHmliiated from our calculations. The world would lose all those ecstatic thrills it now experiences in watching thu clay or loam ipiagmlrcc change, drop by drop, back into the delightful roads they can be at times. I'erfeet roads would be ns dull as the ideal soeh'l state. In n more important way humanity would lose. Good roads, In a few short years, would sap the moral fiber which man has been cultivating through ages. Time may come w hen we shall not need the ethical stimulus of poor roads, but It Is far off. The Yankee gains the tiTuirpnehs nml doggedness of the granite he dally drives pver. The Virginian has superimposed on his nntjral Impetuosity, patience and en.Jurance from that red clay of hi, wlieh no mere impetuosity can conquer. The Kloridiau develops his character through his calming sand; the from his bottomless black mud. And finally If more argument bt needed poor roads restrain the to Its native lair of tlaj noisome city, and keep it from defiling the beautiful rural districts. X. Y. Commercial Adrertlscr. inoto-cycl- e Inlrrentrd In Tcxnsf jou will do well to send to T). J. honest man finds more good mm in the Prxe, Gen. Pan. &Tkt. Agt. International world than a rascal wauld ever guese were L ureal Northern Kaiivvny, Palestine, Texas, for o cony of "Illustrator and Gentherc.-- L. A. V. llulletin. a very attractive publicaeral Narrator, tion, filled with reliable information in reTHE MARKETS. gard to the Kmpire State of the Southwest. stamp to cover postage will secure It, A Ci!tciNATi, Mny .V) I.1VK I U M ,. 4 61 (I I n I'lrrl Shll:vl Coroner Wa the victim conscious CAI.VK! Kalr to v.u llgnt.. 6 .vi tt 7 v Tvhm you reached him? 3 to Hit 3 M iiui. ioarcunu, Heavy .Mlx-I'at Yis. nr, he won--. Hut bechune us 3TU 4t 3 SJ pat Iters 3 s i.iyui Miinpem . 3 uv I don't belave he knew ut. Philadelphia S.V) ft I o SIIKi:i Cholco North American. 7.S I.AMIPxSnrlng not nt 7 r& PI.OPII Wtnierriilcnt U 3 (SltAIN Wheat-No. s red.... it ;t I The lint aPrescription for Chill. ind Fever Is bottle of Gp.ovr.'s Tasteless Nn.3 it. 70 No. CI run nil 5 mlxHl.. Ifl Chu, Tonic. It is simply iron and quinine to Oats Sftj li a tasteless form. No cure no pay. Price,50c. Kt- ( o.S MAY- - I'riinf to choice n (0 wit Alirnia Xlmliie. PKOViMONJ a W Mo. jKirk .. . A. Chre is no ret for money. Spendthrifts 1U HUTTE it Choi on rtaYrr .....'.'!" & kBut going. Jlisers keep counting it. N. Prime to eho'c'cmvmory... 0"l Al'I'I.K Clinln tofnnei POTAIOKS-P-cr 40 .5 bu Ta Cars m. I'old In tine 11 nv CHICAGO nromo Ouiniuo Tnblcts. All Taip m I'tAirit Wlntrrnatcnt "V It f nil In & 74 t'r (iitAIN Wht-at Nn Snsl Nn K'hlmco string o (OltN'-N- aS iiow to Get Kich. "Pome men." said II OAlx-- No Jr Xi Vtcle Kbcn, "vvoutdn hah no trouble 'toll 2 PUKK-.gettin' rich cf dey held on as tight to U5 l.AKU Ntsnm d money dey earns as dey does to de Washington Star. xi:v YORK. money dey borrows." 175 Kt.nt I Wiijlrr jiatcot 00 UllKAi N;rwl Don't forget that jou can dye all kinds 10 tniiN - NoiSirilxeil cf tibers, cotton, wool or silk at the same YK wl xty, time, in the same vessel with Putnam Fade-ltPOICIC-Nu(K) Dyes. M.s I.AIttJ Western A hole in one's pocket inn't desirable, hut IIAI.riMOltli ri.OtMt-1'amllhov about the rent in that of one's landr 3 XV 3 .V) UIIAIN-Wh- eat .N, irist lord -L. A. V. llulletin. 72i4i. 73 muhern. 73'f Corn - .Mtxeil 37', I have found Piso'i Cure for Consumption (Ins No. 2 vWnt :u4 l .11 an unfailing medicine. F. K. Lot, 130j ( m. Nn 2 western twtt St., Covington, Ky., Oct. 1, lS'Jt. N) 4 .V) rATTt.K ririicjuallty - "It takes a thief to catch a thief," and an I 5 If so Ayees MftKj KJ4TIJM ff STCCK-CiU-.Ie,com- -- U -- in -- That is the kind that cured your fathers and their fathers before them, and it is the kind that will cure you. Other Sarsaparillas may look like it, may even taste like it, but somehow or other they haven't the knack .of curing people that Ayer's has. Just try one bottle of Ayer's today. -- -- Ms 5,s' m ES? .SUCCESSFUL SHOOTERS SHOOT OAT-Mlx- n WINCHESTER Rifles, Repeating' Shotguns, Ammunition and Loaded Shotgun Shells. Winchester guns and ammunition are the standard of the world, but they do not cost any more than poorer makes. All reliable dealers sell Winchester goodo !- tr -- llOUS-Ve- tn 3 00 10 INDIANAPOLIS. o. 2 rot! CHAIN Corn Nc. 3 uitxcu .. Wheat-N- Oils No -- 3 mlxeU .... 7I' 3.1 UHAIN KLOUIS Oils- - Mixed ,. LAHD-Jslc- um Corn- - Mtxeil. LOUISVILLE. STJ fa Winter im cul Wlicut No.3n-- j .... 46 C 28 4 4 ied. Town Topic. be Sometimes you hear of a perfect man. He is the fellow your wife could have marrBeauty marred by a bad complexion may restored by Glenn's Sulphur Soap. Hair and Whisker Dye, 50 cent. ia . it to & UuTa FREE : Send name and address on a postal for 156 page Illustrated Catalogue describing all the guns and ammunition made by the WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., tyd 180 WINCHESTER AVE., NEW HAVEN, CONN. 4l it. 10 a food foot rule. "Never wear shoes too small for you," Chicago Daily New s. At a farmers institute, in I own n lady mid an essay telling how she made a profit of $.100 annually from her flock In the discussion of about 75 Lens, that followed, one man, who said he could not sjKire time from taking care of his cornllchl one year to build coopi for the chlckcuM, admitted that the chickens and oggH his wife sold brougli in mote money than his corn crop. Another woman, who had sold Sl'.'O worth of poultry to the local poultry dresser where she lived, said that the men could i.klllril .Men In llriiinntl. talk poultry when the ground wiu Tlio ilcinand for skilled butterniakers froruu five feet deep, but when .spring Is f.xjiectcil to be greater this season comes they will forget It all, and think A number of cream-eryme- n of nothing but "corn and hog:i, more than ever have been heard to express Am anil more hogs." themselves ns being through experiJlllk Seul to CrrmiuTlm, menting vvith poor, cheap help, as It There Is a profit to the fartnifr Jw lias proven very expensive, and they will begin thl season with competent milk sent to creutnerlta over that kept help, it ih U. w hoped that evorj cream-eryma- n at home, provided the cost of hauling w'.ll fee the profit, to be gained it to ami from the creamery be not too thiw obstacle is done awny by einp'oyliig a buttermnkcr skilled great. Hut seis lii his nrt.'aml pay him a gooil salary. with where one farmer are cured to do the hauling. At the Hie buyers on our leadlrg markets becoming more and inoie critical each creamery the farmer has his milk year, it Is going to be the cjeamerles put in shape w hero it wlli biingu higher the pricv than that turn out fancy butter every day aieiarj home pad will into milk if unrugt will be on lop urxt kept t In the week that lurui putter. V, J'fotluce JfevJew, fill--e Priictlcnl Poultry Point". are assailed at every tttm by troubles peculiar sex. Every mysterious ache or pain is a symptom.. These distressing sensations will keep on coming unless properly treated. The history of neglect is written in the worn faces and wasted figures of nine- tenths of our women, every one of whom may receive the invaluable advice; of Mrs. Pinkham, without charge, by writing to her at Lynn, Mass. Miss Lula Evans, of Parkersburg, Iowa, writes of her recovery as follows: " Dear Mks. Pinkham I had been a constant sufferer for nearly three years. Had inflammation of the womb, leucorrhoea, heart trouble, bcanng-dow- n pains, backache, headache, ached all over, and at lanes could hardly stand on SZsS My heart trouble was bad that some nights was compelled to sit up m bed or get up and walk the floor, tor it seemed as though I should WOMEN g " EAST, WEST, HOME IS BEST," IF KEPT CLEAN WITH $ WOMEN WHO NEED MRS. PINKHAM'S AID MM F a&! I?..-.! 15 CCC3C:C?CtCC:5CCCC?CCCCCC SAPOLIO iiXS rf P rjrfet ' ?Sft, IfleethinA TFFTHINR Aids Digestion, Regulates tie Bowels, Makes Teeming Easy. TEETHINA Relieves lbs Bowel Troubles of Children of Any Age, - - ik PnWnFRS Costs Onlr 03 Cents. Ask Your Drusvlst for It 1000s of UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIALS SAY ST06K I cYr. . &&2f ?v&m 7w&5'& ry than once I have been obliged to have the doctor visit me in the middle of tho night. I was also very nervous and fretful. I was ut 7 terly discouraged. i One day I thought I would write and see if you could do any thing for me. I followed your advice and now I feel like a new woman. All those dreadful troubles I have no more, and I nave found Lydia E. Pinkham' Vegetable Compound and Sanative Wash a sure cure for leucorrbcea. I am very tbankiul for your good advice and medicine." smother. More IVrmaurnllj cures all ltchlnn, llurulnv. al?r au turn as Salt lllicum l.'cail. CIlllblilDn. l'llvs, llurm. llillr . Dandrut!. lulling Scalp. Kalllnit Hair l luuklnc it Kilt. bllkT. anil l.uiurl- ofl. Clear. anil All Ksre Krutitlons (producliitfa comaum no aim compieiion). u llrartllul skiii Cantunrldti or Milphur. anrtlilni: Inlurloui. An itakr irrpnt knltir IidT cativafii.t'ri maWi' ttl r wall SOc. Caiiilliirl tn :i u iluy. I)rscl't T. II II. I. Mriiiifarrurlnir Co N, V .At1lri". SIA.MVllEJ.il, Agt., UI.i:.N UIDOK, .V. J. Malji mid Hun-urn- llfaei Ht-rr- nhiiiii-iilBsam- We will furnish ciupllcatcs or UVE STOCK CUTS or any otber Cut aliowu In any &peo Imen Hook, at or below quoted prices for s uuw A.N. KKLLOGO NEWSPAPER CO., 335 V. JPinu St.. Ciuciutiuti, O. sSrPf sr.xc ii CARTER'S A rCJfMT I BOOKLET HOW INK PICTURES FTfbymll If you writ wllhlirter't luklo MAKI$ TO INK CO., BOSTON, MASS. m . IPRBB READKRh Ol THIS IAIKK UlWIlllNa TO BUY ANYTHINO AUVKRT1SKI) IN ITS COLUMNS BUOULO INSIST UPON HAVING WHAT TIIKY ASK rDU, HKFUH1NQ BUllbTITUTEb OH IMITATIONS. WHISKERS DYED A Mmtueml Mlmok Cough H Best In timet8xmp.Tte Qpod. BoM finumltu- - ky B DmI Buckingham's Dye. rrlos W A. N. K.- -E 1761 TO AUVEKTIHCKA AdvcrU-bcbI csbU ot ll drs1.t or B. V, BU HkM,M,B, WHEN "WmiTIMO pltaM stute lkt yu usw tk la (hu vy&ri KT-- i n iwi';,t.jt.l,tMt, fl hk'-J V V z pmw & 7 mm " w A hjujwji mupwpw wmrwmm -- stcw i 0 HWI . Ml RKX.CFUUIVL. CO.WKNTIOK CALL. LOCAL NEWS. 28. Kx Gov. Fr.ownntf, o Votk, died, Saturday lam. i Now fl Ar it mwffnjr of tho First Scmtortnl Democrat io District Coinmittev. livid nt FnUon,. Ky.t on April fl, 1W.;, a majority irf si id committee biiuc rcivibut: OruVmlf thtit u district conwntlnn bo iir thxycily of Fnltoti ou Tuvsilnjr, n May 23, ISW. sit 2 o'clock p. m.. to Deniocnitio candidnte for ytato ik'tuitiv for said district to bo voted fur at tho "(Wutubcr vlwtiony ISMI.. That the Democratic voters of each prvcitiot in Hiitd district shall nioct at Mifir r pintivc voting planus ou Satnr-- J ISO'), ut a i clock p.m., iv,, iC3-2-( f Nindiinl time, to ;olcct tleWpitis to it-Unotn-muro-rep-nssp- AllMIKAL DRWKY, It is ni The:senatorial convention's for this May will not reach the United Hates district meet in Fnlton,. Thursday, U before Sept. 1st. m Book Store. KERB & HANDLE, WU: tlic Imsi of to be ouo del-rj- j ite vine for every one hnudrcd and friction over fifty votes nut- - for the Democratic electors for President in ISM; rrovided, tlnvt e.ich pivcinct shall 1 at leant out- - vote in said enti thvw at said district convention, rnim'Utimi. Tlic local conimitterainu, if preseut, all. ill call the prceiuct itieetirrK to order, u his aiieneo the D"iiiocrat present mti.v urgnuUo and lioldsaid meeting. Alt Mho voted for Bryan for President, and all otliers wlitV wish to bo ilentifieu iu fntnm with tho Democrat-if- . my, and auree to support the of thl convention, shall be entitled to participate in tliei" precinct iuns. 8. W Litkx. Chm'n PtiltOM Co. S. D. Giurrr.y, Chm'ii Hickman Co. Pleaso pnblLsh and oblip). 8. D. Grifkey" oi-i- noni-tur- n con-To- ni nmVKV'S INDKl'L'MJKTCE. It isn't at nil arrange that tho yrnpoHittnn to reword Dewpj by puvrni Mhoultl hint a Targe sum of money ooino from New York. Is menNHreil in Everything that like some, of unr other officers although it is n pleutmre to say there were not many of nncli. Ddwey seoma to be a man who does duty for duty's unite. No one in the world has pecuniary nt;tinlnl there. Nor f il at all strait" that it should he tho 'tir York TlineH that made Hie miKgrsiinii. We luirdlr think, however, lliat Uewey will allow any snch movement. Tho man J lint wouldn't scribble ofl'ii ttious- uiid wordy for n niauiizitio when ifTerecl the equivalent of a year's ftuixrv at admiral, would hardly rountemtnre n popular subscripDewoy tion for his own bom-tit-. ) not matin of that sort of material. He isn't a prize money HiMHer, lid Bellinger, an old Fnlton boy. hd now edit imr a paper iu Manila, s joined the First Tciiiicwrt' with delegation from thid place. Guard. The liRhtnlup preatly injured the fne loanl iu tlio Telephone- central Wednesday nipht, and connection disarranged with some private phones It is always safest not to use your telephones during a thunder storm. The State Commercial Convention ni(..t in r.inixvilli Mav 'JOth and .tOth of Tho object is to et the business all n.irts of the State together nut? en able f hem to arrive at an understand iufrof their material interests, ivc, c. Cooper & Co's preat railroad show exhibited iu Htckiumi, Monday and Mondav nlL'ht, iu tho day to a fair nt ln'Kht to an immense crowd. It was tho lest perforinnnce of the kind that has been in Ilickuiati fw many years. A number of friends enjoved a nice Pianaforte recital, at Hickman College , TncMlay evening, aanoimced on the progrun as given by MNs Vand Lulls-forWe hear assUtwl by Viss Men-er- . some wlio attendeu speaK in most terms of tho exercises. 0. B Moulds', Dniggtst. Mom'OW, Ky , says lies ell-- i Plantation Chill Cure and tliids It suits hLs trade booa.ise it eradicates the system of all malarial poi.-oand he guarantees it. James G. Parker sends ns an inviat Fnltation to Confederate ton, tho 16th, (yesterday.) They were to have their pictures taken In groups. Tho boys used to call Jim "Grampus," and hLs picture would look more natu ral if ho could be standing on the bow of that lleet Confederate craft. There is no medicine that comes to the people as highly recommended ns "ShofTncr's i'uro t'nre for Indigestion and Dyspi rp.ni." It Ls not claimed to bo a "King t'nre All," bnt a positive euro for Indigestion. Purely a vegetable remedy. Sold by druggists. If your drnggist does not keep it, writo direct to SiiorF.VKit .Medicine Co., Newborn, Mur-phv'- of-tk- ir OOVKUNOR KOOSRVKLT WirCS Splendid Selection of the whippingpost for brui ei who maltreat wives, children oi iumb animals. NEW BOOKS, ' MANY prominent inern' irm Congress beliovn that PrMlMit STATIONERY, .MoKhiltw will rail an ext a sesin sion of that body to meet itttlj xZJgy A 7 AjiF A mi October. NOTIONS, &c, Gov. Mount, of Indiana, In Call and seo our Stock. EveryIihh declared hitift-fl- f of free trade us it remedy for fsvor trusts. "We must have o niolI-linn.- " thing up to date. he says, ,koen if it comes from abrosil." Mary Bbrkndrh & Co. Thk CrittondPti Press w a contemporary this donhtftl 'The Louisville Post 0-- . celebrated its twenty first atinl versary Monday. It's a esy paper, bright as a dollar i td as (Sueoetior to Wru. Dlcntelbrlnk.) n. mm-plimeiit: Watches, Diamonds, Jewehy, Clocks, Silverware, &c jFINE 4 WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING SPECIALTY. Oonnine Soth Tliomns Alarm Clocks for fcl.00. Doors Knot of Luolvric IIoteL V. A. UIOKMAIS. K Y V. R. T. Trt.Ktt, Prei't. I. Bartlctt, DC H IIOMuaiir, IOKMA2ST L -- d, u, He-Unio- n Tenn. mal been more surprised than beat the unexpected adulation of which he linn been the object on account of wbrti be considered wrb mere-Ithe performance of a simple duty. Dewey, no doubt,, rends 'Bobby" Burns, and bis lack of greed for sordid gold In in nature m neb like that expresned by the great poet when he said: ,lConrt Damo Fortuue'n soldcn smiles, v Assiduous wait upon her And Rather near trom every wilo That's jnstlfled by honor, Not for to haiiR it on a hedge, Nor for a train attendant, Bnt for tho glorious privilego Of being independent." A delight to contemplate is a cup ot COFFEE, clc:ir, pure, and harm-ieslinvigorating. Are yon one of the millions who ne Chase & Sanborn's Famous Cotrec? If so, you know its unquestionable cxcellenco. Sold only by H. Bi'chaxax. The Old Time Fiddlers' contest that takes nlaco at tho fair grounds m Pndn-cab- , Ky., Thursday night, May 25th. Is going to bo the greatest event of the kind that was ever puiled off in the stato of Kentucky. Old timo fiddlers, accordion players and Jews harp ar tists will bo there from all over the Purchase, and it is said there arc many entries from Southern Illinois nnd "Western Tennessee. Mr. John Alexander, eon of the lato W. I. Alexander, of this comity, niea, at nis nomo in union Ulty, Thursday of lastM-eek- . He was in Hickman and in Fulton County, nnd was trenml nnd nonnlar with nil up. qnaintanccs. For some years past lie has been In Texas and elsewhere hcek-inrescue from the terrible affection consumption nud only recently return ed nome, its ncipiess victim, to die. y well-known tt. The exbaubted men uow rinder only 375. Thev are to b( kiU home June 25. It is said that Admiral Ieiey is in greater dread of his rec p nu in the United States, on h s from tho Philippines tluuliu as of his reception nt Mania, when he left Hong Kongf year. That is not strange, rjpr lie ndmiral bad a pretty well defaed Idea as to the steps he h h ci d take when hoonniq in sight ff ; nilla, and was prepared foV my kind of emergency, but as Dcry is known as a very modest olO'ittr, lie probably has in mind th tv periences of sntuo of the others roes when they met their If-nine ndmirere in some or tholrjo cities of this country. candidates for State officer he lore the State convention. Tliei' Fancy Groceries and are: Stone of Trigg county for Hmi'i.FM an tuvniiiom governor : Conlter. of Grave,for Provisions, auditor ; Kelly, of Trigg, fo Bollclte your btiHinenB. We offer the most Liberal Accommodation governor; McChesi rt, of to our Oufltomern OotiHintont with EatHbi'tbsd KENTUCKY. Livingston, for stiperiutent tnt of K1CKMAX, Uiinklm; Prinolplei. pnbliu instruction. DIH-BOTOS Tuk First Nebraska In on'ry, K.T.TYLEK, C. A. MOLCO.MBK, J. NAYLOR, W. H. TrALTZBR which went to the Phlll ip.aes FUBB OBMVBKY. J. W. COWGrLL, W. L. McOUTOIIEN. M. 11. SHAW. with 1,300 men, and which nth tho Twentieth KanstiB, has Men .cd Tolophono Store No. 91; Heal the heaviest fighting, has for temporary relief from thty. mean as Collin's ram.' Tub First district will have four Aim is Paid Up Capital $50,000.00 profit XallllMliLV-- HICKMAN, KENTTTOKTT. 'Jam. B n, C. JOtttKOX, .. tr AlTHlp MG. ; lien-tena- nt si,. R idenco, No. iHI. HICKMAN WAGON CO., MANUrAfTUBIKliM HI- TftR mfcEMKATKB) it xa:cECM:isr, The BEST OFFER c'B'tTarxjc'KiY. y Hickmau Boiler Mills' announce il the farmers that they stscmllv bolii it ftiir iJiwit trade, and will do overytlmiir their patronage. Givo us a cliiiirJtlo prove this. Hoen & E i TBAIH-J- , Hoen & Kviiivnl. linini? lii'i-St'li- (X'NI'On - n Ever Made by a Newspaper! .ol I.AKOK i'AOW KVEItY WKKK FOR ONLY g Co ni Forward! Hal-com- rzrrwm mn;. , . Y W. U. T. U. DISTRICT COXYEXTION. Will Meet In this City Xext Week. Tho Third Annual Convention of the First Kentucky District Womans Christian Temperance Union will convene in Hickman next week, at tho Methodist Church. Tho opouing session Wednesday night, May 24th, Is to bo in charge, of tho Loyal Temperance Legion aud yonng people, with a short address to them by Mrs. Frances E. Beanchamp. of Lexington, President of tho Stato Union Thursday aud Friday all day business sessions with papers and addresses on tho different departments of work. Thursday night, Mrs. Boauchamp will deliver an address nt tho church, and Friday night at ity Hall. There will be a collection taken tho two evenings at the church to defray tho expenses of tho Convention. Officers of tho District are: President, Mrs Dorathy Koger, Padncah; Vico Presidont, Mrs Sallle Hubbard, Hickman j Cor. Secretary, Mrs Roenu T. Rivers, Padncah ; Reo. Secretary, Miss Boulah Uoogher, Hickman ; Treasurer, Mrs. Maggio Raudle, Hickman. A All persons iudebted to C A are notified that they r.iu ooaio forward and settle. Delays ar dangerous. Verbuni Sapienti. roit governor: P. WAT. HARDIN. Subject to tho action of tho Democratic Stato Convention. Itvpiibllvnii Wallc-ave- r. Kepulillc. lh btU newejuper tirlnttd In the .n.i Thi K.mililta allth. nrm In Ihl narKi Modrl M wtine one yesr for 51.50 Th Kepublle HuirWjr Mufminp w th nwpprr iuceei of 1807 A homr Journal of thr of cln, IU Nre jmre err week, t p(f hlh-el-fun, M n isie of th brlchlf u anil bett renJlng prlnlnl. It contain mort rlstorei anl tirtoanx thin rer e'er attemptr-- l In any nlber publication. Mora luicl --rrlnr nl artl.l contribute to Tb Itepubllo .Msiln than to any other Weatern pnblloallon. Tb Mtgtsinn will b o!l onlf In connection with tba ninl-wnk- l; H ubtic, bnt t miileil paraUly each week. AJdret all orJeM to 91 n. eml-wftV- ly The wnrll. oanlntnlnr $1.50. tnerl iwli.k..k ltt THK KKI'VHMr.Nt. I,nU, The Republican paporsare tho idea that in the Presidential cnmpitign of next year, the Republican ticket for President will have an easy walk- over. Men nre given to believe that which they want to believe. And besides it is tho way best to cutcb that vote that wants to float on the big side. By this time next year the issues will be made np, and the whole outlook may be changed. Bach issues are controlled and brought aoont by forces which no man mav now predict, aud all who try ure merely guessing. Dn. Whitsitt's resignation as President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary has been accepted and thus probably ends the great Bonsation that has been disturbing the Church for somo years past, The vote was 22 to 20. Dr. Wbitaitl's offending whb that ho claimed it to be a historical truth that the Baptists in Knglund never prac ticed immersion as the mode of baptism until 1011. Upon this point a very large majority of the Baptists differ with him. Farmers Free Column. Under this heading will hereafter bo published notices not to exceed lines each, from fanners who are unlacrib-ers- , who have horses, mules, cows, products, seed, &o., for sale, free of charge. FOR SALE. A good milch cow. James H. Sawders. 10 The Luxury off Travel Can beat be found on the trains of the HHuuLY Elegant new, luxurious I 1 tons of good Timothy liny A. If. for sale. Lrkt. Hay for Sale. Sixty tons of good Timothy Hay for sale. Apply to J. W. Martix, Jr., Woodland Mills, Tenn. m h Parlor Cafe Cars fc 20 Acre Tor Item. 7 (meals a la carte) have been placed in the day trains between Purchased War. 20 acres good corn land for rent. Ap-PS, L, Drewrt. to Memphis and Texas. The seat fsre la but 25 or 50 cents, according to distance, thus affording the greatest possible comfort for the least expense. Elegant wide vestibuled tSs Baptist I' J (t 4S if' ffl THKRBure already two candidates for the Keptihltcan nomination for Governor, Ai'y Geu'l Taylor Htid Judge Pratt, with the apparent certainty of the third, in the person of present Auditor of State, Mr. Stone, They thiuk there Is another chunco by reason of Democratic Buisius. TnK Southern Baptist Convention adjourned Monday night to meot next year at Hot Springs, Ark., that city having won over Ashevillo. N. 0. It was decided to celebrate 1000 as a Baptist memorial year. A resolution was jiiloptdd appealing to tho Ozar of Russia in behalf of the persecutgovernment. ed Stuudists of that empire. it has boon "in use off and on for about three hundred years." For secondhand goods it is costing a protty steep price. ''The durability of this war," says the Conservative, "haH not yet been thoroughly tested, but if tho future can bo judged by tho past the Philippine war will last wonderfully well. Thus far It seems to bo a reinenruntion of the Seminole war in Florida nnd it is possible that the spirit of Billy Bowlegs may hove entered into some Fillnplno chief and that the souls of tho departed Indians of this continent are now animating the warriors of the Paoifio ar chipelugo. Nothing can be more illustrative of tho extravagance of tho McKlnlev administration than tho fact that it has paid for this secondhand war." Purchasing a tuno worn war Is not the worst foaturo of the transaction. The most costly and do plorable phases of it are the reversal of the Monroe Dootriuo, the entangling foreign complications and tho menace against a basio principle of our system of 820,-000,00- "secondhand war" is the designation bestowed by the Nebraska City Conservative upon the war beiug waged in the Philippines. It gives ns a reason that A For Sale. Wfcht Ono good work horse. Three mile of Cayco, ou State Road Mrs. K. A. Thomas. CLOVER AM) TIMOTHY Forsaloby W. M Biros 6 miles east ot Illrxman. Free Chair Cars (with ladles dressing room and gentlemen's smoker) run through on all trains to Texas. Mobile And Ohio Railroad. 1; TUB POPULAR UXP. FOR St. Louis, Chicnijo, Si. I'Aal.Oinalu, Kin' Mu City, Doiroli, Toledo, ami point North, Hunt nnd Whi, Or0l $n'n 'Qr. Pullman Sleepers, n Comfortable Day Coaches. a Wo g. do-- leans, ?r as, CO Whether you prefer Parlor Car, Chair Car, Coach or Sleeper, you will find greater comfort and fewer changes if you buy your tickets vis tha Cotton Belt Route. Write for time tables and illustrated pamphlets on Arkansas, Louisiana; and Texas. They will be mailed free if you mention this paper- ? M. ADAMI, Traveling Paisengcr Ajtnt, CAIRO, ILL. .Mobile, ChMUrioo", Moniftomtrj, Thorn-villAtlanta, Aujrmta, Charleston, .InoksonTllle.Tiiniiii, Port Tnm-pMiami, and all poiiiw n the South-eiis- l, ISIrmincham, MOD 1 3 r 2 ! 2. W tZ9 Nah-Till- o, c, h, in P fb E. W. LaBEAUME,. Oen'l Pata'r and Ticket Agent, , ST.. LOUIS, MOf I). 0. 1'AltfC. J. 0. SI'KiailT. & DR. S.. 0 Elesant Vntlbaled First CI.im Coaehei with HmoklnR room, hnl coaif,l(t9 toilet room and liirniories for UiIIm aBj Porter In rhgrped wlih tho coJifort of the rnsi(!fr, Also Vestlbnleit lnUc Sleeping with Itoom ami ltufn beiw,en Urawln 8f Louis nnd Mobile, Stw Uriein Mont goiuery, ThomnsvilU m Jackionillc, Fla. J, 7 P()P Gencrftl TralOo Mun(ter, Mnhile a'i- ' B. POiKY'T Qenewl I'scnge, Agtnl. Ken-llem- Zg 5 bs )iq. A n K DAVIDSON KKNTUOKir PARE MAYtflELD, SPEIGHT, KENTUCKY. rr is Ic wo HO rns 2 . w w 52 g. Will do n GonornI Law BtiRlnoss in nil Courts, Stato nnd Fltl- oruUnnd in nil tho-Court- s HICKMAN of Fultou County. Offlco- - ovon- - GowgilU & GbwgiUTkj I'tomnL Attention Uhou. (JallcdiouH. Brut Btojcv IU i "f -- !! tHO, - "t.aemi.V