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The County Fiscal Conrt at its ees. siou Monday decided to order an clcct-o- u (regulur for Tuesday, Nov. 7th olcotioiv day) nt whigh tUo proMitlou will bo submitted to tbo votcra of Fnl ton Conuty as to lanlnp bonds to tho uiriwmt, of $ 20,000 to build n now Court Houstt, Tlieno bouda to bo issued In deyojnumtiouK of 100 each $1,000 duo two ycanj from date of issue, and $4,000 g duo each your thereafter thus tho liability in Hi.v years Wo do not donbt that the Maffistratca havo actod from the best of their judgment under the Jaw, and wurronndiUK conditions and It may bo for thu best inter, ostd of tho pcoplo at loast they can now ironouuce for or against. Tho projKWition mu.t rccelvo a majority of the votes cut to carry, cstiiiK-nisliintwo-third- NEWSPAPKK lift jnsSTTCTVN" HIOKMAN, FULTON COUNfY, KY.t JUNE .ocal and Personal. i-Y ' VOL, XXXIV, NO. 28, Black Eye to Civil Service n Civil n!mm!nmn!t?!mmn!!t!!t!mmnwn!!t!!nnn!tttn!mtn i, yMv m f V 1: i 1 SV--. -. tWt, i er till OOllith nvnr tinvnm rjV in c iii't sleqi a wink; Nf ou 40.) (or ii blink. jjiojbit man steals nil tUo covers. Miiu-t- t ranjjo bedfellows politics makes." R- spout Sunday in Cairo. Mlitvw, jr. vKJtcd in Union City fc Mary Nrwnon visiting iu Special Values ;' Ford, ol Fulton, Wucwby. EVt ... wm in thu . kvjuui nnaw icit snnaay for a toy at Uot .springs, Ark. ehctf 'V fob. Tyler nml Era est Johlison ar) (n tno week in Tyler, Mo. scs Mai, Irenn nmV Lieht Ifnrls haV !u vWtwjr in Terrell, Teuu. Urcanl mid il:imlitjT Miss Jtnrj iVcroUMting yonc Uuijon City , ..'.... s tbv-- i OK. Hiato IjIuc rVcvi. Deaii Eorron : Not scoIur any news in yonr valuable piper from Stato Lino inquitQft wbiloj will send. yon. a few items. Our littlo town is pcaouful and quiet and tin? farmers nro busy in their cropn. Mrs. Mary Prather and Mollio ghnck attended tho llardy tneotiug at tho first Christian Churclj at Unioii City last week. Miwi Hcssio Maddox returned homo Friday morning after n week's visit to her aunt, Mrs, Nannie Parham of near-Hickma- A. i This Week . f Chi o, fv m lt.er. M. DoiliL and child, of Misa , aro uncHts of ilw. UCXt'l in at. H A1 littg 1 Kovstcr. of Fulton, ac. cow: fel brjittlo 1'anlino Taylor, wuji in ' Allln Wrwvlj ntwl tint nf Mn. v. V . "" , ure visjung i.uru. oonn aid weok, flliiHcd nharitica will moot Iday 6vo. Cth iiwt., ut a o'clock, . M. Elliflon'B. cttncKlay. u i Evey Department -- I' lit y tK at W ....ELLISON'S.S ,x,ML. 3 TJPi 'iteflrfMK9fJKHCSft!W '' i' mmm&m - . .- ,- Mr. Cnrtis Henry went straw-berrhunting Saturday. Mr. Leonard Maddox went to Union Do We Loto Teace J War I t.Joliu Odomccl utul dauubter. ,of Union City, wero gqwtu of City Saturday. to noto that Mr. Drew Lai aro glad Wo Mr Every box for the Fitzstoii Wes, Monauy.i Bacon, who had been sick for tho past tins. Burner, ot Mcadvillo. woek, If nblo to "be up again. Jeffries fight lu New York has al Ih tho city lust wck, vitiny Ut Eld. Brown tilled his appointment at hW s. u. u, pccKninu, Poplar Grovo last Sunday aiid Sunday ready beeu sold, the total proTiateor and. Ii. D. Peeler ro lllL'llt. n number from this vicinity at ceeds aggregating $21,0001 A. Quito ii(by from their Wostcrn trim t,ui m tended tho Childrcna' Day exercises at tremendous amount of interest is wCUoyonno, Tina being manifested iu that atugksh Mt. Zion laat BiitnnUiy. Mrs. Simmons, who waa recently match. o rftrvvest and Latest Novel ID Hundreds of tte& fresa hlry at WILSON'S. Sooad. stricken with paralysis, Is reported no distant cities will travel hnudrsiiau. better. tUlfilisao. lUn Eld W. H. Sbetfer, of Union City, of miles to see it. Thousands'Bsr O. Maban nud childrou, of will preaoh nt Mt.Hermon next Sunday dollars will be spent for the UTlv t At?rvi nr n'ninoir ltlco'ft lit o n .. UlflClcW, Ark., visited K. aDd uo1 .loUar regrettscU iiwimfriond; thu even rt lumiij no matter vr&etaer J&U.lLe1u Jeff .vaSkBr.B JSfc-- Let's "kave.fc eorrepQ4eRt'f ; . ries er JeSrUn FUz. ? i SHRBIr il - iir'innr131" aHilaLmaBBBBBBBBMamxinBaBac l aril aud A Nu'wbanm. of Cane Glrs to., U visiting her parents, Mr, y President MoKinley has tisBed Service ordor placing from 4,000 to 10,000 offloeB under ta control of Hpoilatnen that Presl-doCleveland bad included an dor Civil Service rules. There is fundamental merit nndetiyiHg Civil Service laws, bnt it ttaa always been a monstrous hasabBg iu the administration and execa tiou of these rules or lawB. Oleve land's adherence to Civil Servioo greatly injurod him with the act-iv- e workers aud Bghters la hit own party, and yet such lawa were sulDcIontly violated by officers under bitn as to throw discredit upon his sincerity. The all sweeping order of ClevaUud'a uow rescinded by MoEiulejr wa uiado juBt at the close of his ad ministration. The Coarler believes that any party or Presideat iu power owes it to the people t fill every office with ooaipeteni uud houest men, and when this is doue tho publto should be satisfied. Civil Service' with alt its merit baa the appearance of budding up an clast. nt offloo-holdiu- g II. 0, Ik'ckmun. r ftfaf ir Yt ifl 4 t 'I ,'r 'liWWll"l'l'ff WMg3kMr,,'"w i"i - ii'iX'i ""vhw" i m din iw Jf VrjBBsBVaBaBaBBBaSBaBtBjBBBaaaBBajBfBf ymtim'mte Ja 14. It th'lcIuTl: 'UlirtNman MutJtid Svhilo tlriuur y.,' 'Eifi who wm injured AHnnTMnw ' "& -.. r- -. at ,i r H. F. REMEEY, i?gi Attorney-at-Law- 7mmmmmimmmmmmmmmm The New, Reliable Jewelry Store, g, i r.t New a bniss cannon its a nirtbiK salutota tliopuabont Njwhville, was sttll alive ut last accounts and it is thought there is u chunco far his I . i HcmUu 2J J asking tj'O Kentucky Legislaturo to sub- jmi id niopuuu- vuiu an iimcnuuiom 10 the Uoihtitutlou permitting cities and towiuf- - ilx their own rate of taxation. To-wlR- "In Coiamnruinl Convention, in at Loubvilh, passwl u resolution . Ofllco upuUiIra, noloombo HICKMAN, uwnrded tho followluK mem-her- s of tho graduating class of Hick-mn- n College : Ira B. Green, James B. TowiLiend, Prnther B. Curllu, and Miss-i- s Ogio Leet, Edna Wiseman and Meacham. Hon. A. L. Potenuau will deliver tho address. El-no- will t at Citv Hall, Diplomas We hnvci doolilrd In remain iu lliu Imvu iniiilc lurgu uiUHlion.1 ul tiio KENIUCKY, Hl.ito, Build-ln- JICWEI.HV BUSINESS ami Will ir.wtlc.) in nil Court of tho NEWEST AND LATEST NOVELTIES to the Mevur'n Moolc. With thu IiJirgnst iStoolc, tlie Lowest IMcch, ami an absolute guarantee that till goodrt will bo exactly us represented, vu ask our custom-er- ri to givo us their patronage A. F OLIVER. Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN, KI5NTUOKV. MB A THJAI. wheo you wnl kiiillilof done, or ri'imir.ln a full liut Wilson's Book and Jewelry Store. C 1 IVK -- Vii(nnl, ko Uo ktp llorliolni( o pecjnily. Tho Biggest! ET-t- The Cheapest! Tho Best! y wnyrizvix Tho Fulton Commercial Club Is to eclobrato the Fourth of July. Auionirst other thiuus, tho commit tee nro in correspondence with a Paducah man who wants' to ninko a balloon on that occasion. Thoy are also arranging for a ball gamo, foot raco, sack races, bicycle races, iolato races, . and many other Now that tho leveo aud railroad to Tiptonvillo scorns at least a near possibility, somo opposition has developed. Iu this great, freo country yon can seldom find any community of one mind on any proposition. It has been our judgment for years that this enterprise was full of tho greatest benefits to and sniTouuding country, aud we still think so. amiu-emcuts- Hick-mn- n '(tOWSK e ortoia oontinsea atua siasui over the maul? art au en3fcKinIey Will be Nominated. thusiasm unsurpassed even in the. palmiest old days of the London, A Louisville mnn, writlncr to prize ring! And what oan they tho New York Evoning Post, has think of the popular worship of gone to the pains of searching tho fighters on land and sea,, dehistory to find out just how many veloped by the war between, this, Presidents and country aud Spain, and as yerlle-were rouoiuiunted, nud Iibb come ever was iu the, to the conuluHJon that McKmley days of hero errantry and wander is bound to be renominated and ing minstrelsy t A murrain, oik that the precedents aro all bis such a stubborn and unrogeaer-atway. Tho Louisville man does not world I will it never ehancefc like the thought of u possibility eyen for ilcKiulov being Pnesi-den- t Salaries Paid Stato Officer. four years more, aud there are millions of other patriotic $ 6,500 citizens who agree with him, but Governor 1ft ho sees no escape for his nomina- Lt. Governor (per day) I.20G tion. He shows that of the nine- Prlvato Secretury 3,00o, teen men who havo beeu elected Secretary of State l,80O to tho Presidency before McKin-ley- , Ass't Secretary of State... 2,000. only sixteen of these have Adjutant Geuernl 1.20GV lived to All out tho torm, aud Ass't Adjutant General 800b that throe of theso Buchanan, Arsenal Keeper State Inspector and ExPolk and Ilayts docliuod anoth 3.000 aminer or term, und of tho remaining 2,400t thirteen, twelve wero renominat- Inspector of Minos ed, tho thirteenth, FrnnklinPtorco Ass't Inspector of Mines.. 1200' 3.400) got a majority of voteB iu tho Auditor 2,000) Ass't Auditor Cincinnati convention, and failed 15,000i only through the working of the Clork biro 3.600' rule nrulo which oan-no- t State Treasurer Deputy Troasuror 1,500) bo invoked against a Ropubli Attorney General 4,000) can caudiduto. Vice-Presidens ' mjn.TT.Mi.cjm. MiiHljf tfnMi.lM alWOfWfSt. hero-worshi- p e two-third- s Facts About the Filipinos. Sup't Public Instruction... Chief Clerk Clerks (two) Undertaker's Common, lloiownoil, oil 0 o o d c r" wxw p;yjjj. HollJ Illnck Wtlnnl Ooflint nml (Jtim, which ftltnl up in tliort noiicu, ml l cull, lv no irict'n, 6toi uer tli Jail, : i TJ- -. cn b reiou-nb- l f $ HOT WEATHER GOODS! $ WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED NEW LIKE Among tho many excollent features of tho currout uumbor of tho Independent is nn iuterviow with i lie- Hon. John Burnett, lately United Mmibtor to Sinm, ou the subject of ''American Iniluenoes - Register Land Otllce uep'y Register Land Ofllco " " Soooud Clerk " " " Third Commissioner Agriculture Second " tt It II It you a- L GET MORE In Hit JOURNAL than in TVriGK-A.WBB- White White COURJBlt ny oihr pubotb In fjunliiy bdJ Shirt Waists, Sailors, the Latest, Organdies, Lawns, Dotted Swiss, Etc. BALTZBR & i rer publlibcJ (jukptlty, .' 104 Papers One Year For 50 Cents, Tb TWICR.A-WKBK r . The very Goods COURIKR-JOUR- (In iuperjor ot all olbor paptri, ll prints nor rett otw, more ooil oUit matter, ruor rood itorUi, thn miy other, ! co minion lo igent. tiiaijilo coplei rtc ta jippllosilon, Writ to COURIER-JOURNAL NAI ta tb jim of many dlllfi, ami to make you comfortable during tho HOT WEATHER. ued WeJntKUy nd Biuriljr. A good t with each purchase of DGEtD. $, VlIOTO BUTTON TICKET 1.00 or more. CO, L0VISYU4A KY, I' 5"1 the East, four yeors wero devoted to his duties in Sium. Daring bis vacations bovisitod China, Korea, Japan, Formosa, Siberia, Java nud tho Philippiucs, spouding altogether about a year in tho lattor Islands. Being personally acquainted with Aguinaldo and many of tho other Filipino leaders, and knowing their character fully, Mr. Bar-rot- t expresses tho opinion that tho islundors are "11 a h t i u g through misleading iuiluouoes, unr and if thoy could bo made to derstand tho exact attitudo and intentions of tho United States they would coaso hoBtilltios." Mr. Barrett says many of tho Filipinos nro intelligent, and that "tho mnsses are good naturod, kindly disposed and generally polite, but 1 they have not yot developed those which would warrant tho M qualities boliof that they aro capable of abalthough !i solute there aro butllciout uuuiuors of bright men to develop a partially uutouomoua government, Ulork iu tho Far Eust.'' Mr. Burnett Insurance Commissioner.. says of tho live years he spout in Chief Clerk " " Third R. R. Commission 1. Diat... Ik O " 2 C00) 1,500, 1,850) 2,000, 1.200 1J200, 1,000) 1,500) 1,200; 3,000 2,000 1,800) 1,200 3.000) 2,000 1.20O II M. I. ... 2,0QO 'J II Ono Clerk Stato Librarian Mombors Stato Board of Equal, ization each got 15.00 per duy, Mombors of Court of Appeals,, sevoi) in uumbor, and each is paid; 55,000. 000. Aes't " 1,000 90O, Clork of Court of Appeals, M? It is probablo, says the Critteav deu Press, that tboso who are op posing State uniformity of toxt books may set about getting out uuother edition of the Bible for; use- In tho big towns aud cities If there- is such a difference iu the., uioutnl muko up of tho childrou in, tho city schools and thoso iu the rural districts that tho ordinary, text books usod in the ono vlU( uot do for tho othor, how can fccl lino tho siuuo'Biblcl - - Wr jr r M v rj". ' S - A -- - Jl W"V hwuiuiii""hi' Ill III till 111 mmmmmmm umm&m ailETKSS T Tlie Hickman Courier ORDERS OK0K0K WAItltKN. Publisher. ISSUED. Ki-lioet- cil THE ELECTROCUTION W CHA LEFT THE TRACK. A ME STORM IN NEBRASKA. 44 111UU1AN. i KENTUCKY l'reslilont McKInlcy .Makes the Civil Service Change. Ife..Murderer Adrian Hrniin l'njri Tenuity nt Sins hint lie Was I'ro iiouneed llruil In Ono Minute. CioiuMmrtjt Wnshrtl llio Komi bed Leaving- tho llnlls Unsupported. - bnirtll Omlii .Ni'.irly All Dektroyrd nnd l'rult lliilned In flte Cotintlp t'ou- - In Union aldrriihle Stork Drowned. There is Strength tt lla CURRENT TOPICS. dom stic animnls, Nkw Yonn'fl polico "Ilie I'luitiKc Thk donkey Is tlic longest lited ol department flrst-clnss man-of-w- em- Meet the New Condition 'Hint Arc Arlnlnc In the . 1'ubllo SeMlee, -- About 1'our Thouiitnd l'lmrn AfllTtCll. 1 ieceirjr to Si.no Sino, N. Y., May SO. Ad llrauu, tho wife murderer, was clec cuted Monday morning. Tho curr which recorded on 1,800 volts was tur: Mall I'oiteh Telescoped lijr the llaCKE far Hoof of the Sleeper l'lmiRhrd ploys persons. Thk engines of a cost about S700.000. Physicians' carriages have ll.o right of way In the streets of llorlin. The number of children and youth In the United Stat?s is 21.0S3 472. A coi.ossat. statue of Gladstone U to lie erected In Rlackburn, England. Thk brooklyn bridge has contracted A4 feet since It was opened to the r.ubllc. In Russia people munt marry before fcO or not at all, and may marry only 7,400 Washington, May SO. The president d Monday morning issued the order amending the civil service long-delaye- five times. Thk prince of Wales's breakfast never varies. It consists of tea, toast and one egg. Thk czar is considering; bility of abolishing exile n, one-tent- the advisato Siberia as punishment. Woummie Columbuses will be glad h of the world is to learn that still unexplored. Thk Siberian railway already has GO refrigerator cars for taking butter tc the Russian cities. Tin: first advertisements ever known were placed en tho doors of SU 1'auh cathedral London. Gkiisiasv makes an excellent brand of "Scotch" whisky, which finds a ready sale in India. Wiikn first known to the Romans cilk was so d!ar that it was sold weight lor weight with gold. German post ortlec employes arc not permitted to marry without the special consent of the government. Thk maximum weight of freight locomotives is now 21S, 000 pounds against 100,000 pounds 15 years ago. In some eastern city a proposition has been made to fumigate all the books in the public library. An offer of S2S.OO0 for three orchid exhibited at the Antwerp horticultural show has been ref ascd by the owner of Hr.tM - f. cestors. This is no doubt owing to the growth of athletics. Modern Woodmen lodge, of Ilepb n. The coal production of Great Britain on May 18. The members, it is Id. amounts to 100,000,000 tons a year, of quartermaster's departraent-at-largc- , were using a spanking board ith Germany to 100,000,000 tons and oi the subsistence departmcnl-at-largblank cartridges attached, The U ird France to 28,000,000 tons. department-at-larg- e war was turncu mo wrong way nnu a c iri the In Hayti there is sunshine almost and and the war department. ridge exploded, the shell cnte g year. Even during every day in the the rainy season the rain seldom falls With reference to these places Focht's thigh. Rlood poisoning td in the outside war department service, lockjaw resulted. until late in the afternoon. said that one pound It is working force equal toof butter 1k gives a that of UNITED STATES CRUISER DETROIT. five pounds of beef, nine pounds of poTT J . asaWHfy ."' ,4 'WlfrHBbAi tatoes or 13 rounds of milk. Font thousand five hundred dollars vras tho cost of the cake provided at the wedding of John Jacob Astor to Miss Willing, of Philadelphia. Miw. Choate, wife of the ambassador in London, is in I'aris, where she has bought some of the most exquisite court gowns made in that city. It has been found that in bald people the growth of the hair is stimulated, nnd its color changed, by the judicious application of electric current. At present England sells Colombia nearly 70 per cent, of the cotton cloth used by thd lnttcr, and the United (states only about 11 per cent. The shepherds of Germany predict the weather by observing the wool on the backs of their sheep. When it is very curly fine weather will prevail. DuitiNO the past year tho exports of vratches from Switzerland amounted to over 513,000,000. The watches went to Stationed at Ulueileld, Mcnrnirnn, to Protect (be Interests of American, Merclinuta. almost all parts of the civilized world. Alexan DKit Heaubein, the first whita child born in Chicago nnd a son of it is provided that they shall be sub- AT HER DAUGHTER'S HOME. Gen. John Bnptiste Reaubein, has just ject to regulations to be prescribed celebrated his golden wedding at his by the secretary of war and approved Widow Clarke Committed Stilrlile b; Cut- home in that city. tluc Her Throat With a Kaior An Atchison society woman has tak- by the president, thus placing thoso Her Head Almost Soerrd. branches of the service on substantialen down the picture of "Washington Crossing the Delaware" in her best ly the same basis as the navy yard Chattanoooa, Tcnn., May SO. At room and replaced It with "Funston service. "All of tho amendments have for Rhea Springs, Tenn., Mrs Sarah Crossing the Ragbag." A club has been formed in 1'eoria, their object a more uniform, ctllcient Clarke, a widow, committed suicide by members, all and satisfactory administration of tho cutting her throat with a sharp razor. 111., with 85 charter pledged to marry none but widows. system of appointments established by She almost severed her head fro-- her There is no age limit or other require the civil service law. shoulders The awful deed was comments in regard to the widows. "Rule 0, as amended, exempts from mitted at the home of her daughter, in Daniel M. Ruiins. named by tho Execufront of a mirror and In the presence governorof California as United States examination the following: to fill the vacarcy left by tho tive office and executive departments of two small children. Mrs (larko benator not exceeding two private secretar- had been demented for some time. legislature's failure to elect, is a man Some months ago a traveling evanof great wealth, mostly made In mines. ies or confldental clerks to the presiThe Emperor William, despite the dent, and the head of each of the eight gelist preached in her neighborhood fact that he has only one arm with executive departments; one private and she became 6o thoroughly worked which he can shoot, is nevertheless scctretary or confldental clerk to each up that sho lost her reason. Sho requite one of the finest shots in Europe. of the assistant heads of eight execu- cently poisoned several members of Last year he brought down M)7 head of tive departments, and heads of family, that they might join her game while attending the court differ- bureaus; all persons appointed by the her late lamented husband in heaven. shooting parties. ent by the The largt st loaves of bread baked in president without confirmation Their I.tiubt flround OfT. the world arc thoso of France and senate; attorneys, assistant attorneys Steuiiknvili.e, O., May 30. While "pipe" bread of Italy is and special assistant attorneys. Italy. The "Among those exempt in the treas- Joseph and Louis Kenouto and John baked in loaves two or three feet long, while in France the loaves are made in ury department arc: Officer in charge Lawrence, SlarLih laborers, employed the shape of very long rolls, four feet of the bureau of statistics all ship- nt the Mingo steel works were at work or five feet in length, and in many cases ping commissioners one chief deputy on a trestle 25 lect high, an engine six feet. or asslstnnt collectors at each port, backed a Rainy cokocar on to tho tresA F'lKNCH naturalist says that if the one deputy naval officer and deputy tle to be unloaded nnd ran over the world wore to become birdlcss man three, grinding off their limbs. They could not .inhabit after nine years' surveyor of customs at each port whero fell to tho ground and were brought to collecttime. In spite of all the sprays and authorized by law. All deputy Kings' tors' hospital and several ors of internal revenue, storekeepers poisons that could be manufactured for the destruction of insects, the bugs aud gaugors whoso aggregate compen- physlcinns aro In attendance. They and slugs would simply cat up orchards sation shall notcxcccdSSOOpcr annum. are huit Internally, and their recovery is doubtful. and crops. About 4,000 places nre affected. Enoland, France and Germany have A Cvlirrilll (lift. Truinpi nnd Cuttlo Klllcvd. regular traveling salesmen who visit Notih: Dame, Ind., May no. A Ckdah Rai'MB, la., May 30. A speevery three Mexican trade centers tnot.ths, and they get the cream of the cial stock train on tho Chicago ft scholarship has been endowed at Notre busUcss. Northwestern went through tho bridge Dame university by Dr. Edward John, spends 50, over I'ralrle creek, two mllca west of son, of Watertown, Wis The scholarMns. John Jacob Astob 000 a year. A great part of the money Otis Monday. Two tramps were killed ship will bear his name. This is tho goes for diamonds, of which she is and 100 head of second scholarship that has been perished. cattle fond, and she often spends $2,000 in an at Notro Dame- this yenr, afternoon's shopping tour. Aculnaldo Iteportml Head. the other being tho gift, of Paris fashious in buttonhole flowers New Yoiik, May no. Tho Sun prints the lato Rev. Thomas Carroll, for this year demand, according to the a Manila dispatch, saying the Spanish of Oil City, Pa. Dr. Johnson has been Westminster Gazette, for an early walk newspapers there state Agulnaldo is prominent in Catholic circles for many Russian violets, for uf tcrnoon calls red dead. They say he cither committed years and in 1881 held the position of carnallon, for the theater white carnaIt is Im- treasurer of tho Irish national lund tions, '(or dinner parties orchids, and suicide or was assassinated. " possible to confirm the report. ' league. ball? tor --- the flowers. The men and women of today arc fcearly two inches taller than their an- rules. The following statement was given out with the order: "At the time of tho issuance of the civil service order of 1S90, bringing into the classified service practically the whole of tho executive service heretofore not classified, there was a widespread belief that the order had gone too far nnd covered many places that It would be found impractical to deal with under the civil service rules. The experience of the last three years has shown this fteling to have been well founded. "The order to enforce the civil service rules in connection with many of these places has resulted In much friction and embarrassing and irritating delays, harmful to tho service. In order, as far as possible and necessary, to remove these causes of frtctiou and delay and to promote efficient and harmonious administration, to tho civil service rules have been thought necessary. "A few of the amendments have no reference to the extension of the classification made in liOG and are such as arc necessary to meet tho new conditions that arc constantly arising in the public service. Some places, specifically enumerated in Rule 0, havo been taken from the competitive examination and placed in the class excepted from examination. Other places in various branches of the service have been removed from the operation of the rules, but not from the classification. "These places are enumerated in rule 3. Among them are those of pension examining surgeons, Indians employed in the Indian service, not connected with the Indian school service, many in and places in the engineer department at large, the certain-amendments nt l): 17 n. m., and Rraun was uounccd dead In ono minute. A scene was created by Rraun In death chamber. After he had b seated hi the chair and the attend were adjusting the face mask, raised his right hand, apparently siirnal to stop the proceedings. unc warden's assistants pan while Rraun, his whole frame quite: lug, slowly said: "Jesus for you I lived. "Jesus for you I die. death." Ihroush the Day touch l'rriioiK Hilled. Nine Waterloo, la., May 20. The through train from Chicago to Minticatolls over tho Rock Island and Rurllngton, Cedar Rapids and Northern railways "Jesus you arc initio In Ufo ill , the last word Kralt head dropped forward on his brt.it As he said and ho heaved a deep sigh. Tho' merit of ttic electrodes ami In a fv P seconds the murderer was dead. Rraun was a large, muscular aim and his wife an undersized, frail cjiv ture, the mother of five children. Hrfcta was known in tho neighborhood jus wlfcbeater. After years of abi'e friends of his wifo interfered al caused his arrest and he was scut to prison for two years August 31, HJ Mrs. Rraun earned a living forjU" I children by washing. she. went to Slug Slnrw May 5,lb'JS, visit her husband, taking with her Rraun was it basket of delicacies work pealing potatoes when his v i'e arrived at the prison. Ho slipped n d knife into his po .et anil greeted her lovingly. As t j wcro about to separate. Jlraun, w ,o In tho .act of ombrapinrr his v i'. plunged tho potato-kmf- o into lur throat several times One of the lc to-crs saw the deed, but was too lat io prevent It, and as he reached lie woman she fell dead. sharp-pointe- tendants then completed the adIfs- - Iait From the Alleged KfTccle of tlallon. id ft) Ci.aiu.nda, la., May 80.r-F- rt' rocht, of Hepburn, la., is dean "tlm the alleged effects of initiation i c 1 ' -- was wrecked early Sunday morning u the crossing of Sink creek, about four miles southeast of this place. Tho train consisted of six coaches including mail anil baggngo cars smoking passenger coaches and car, two sliMiuer. Nine person were killed and 'M lujuri'il. A cloudburst hnd washed tho sand and gravel road bed leaving tho track unsupported for a stretch of 20 feet. The rails held together and there was nothing to indicate the insecurity of the road. The engine struck the washout and was derailed in tho ditch beside the track and behind It the cars wore piled up In confusion. The mall car tipped over and telescoped by the baggage car buh i ml, while the rear end of tho baggage ear in turn telescoped the smoker. The roof of the sleeper plowed Its' wny through the day coach, while the lower half of the latur crashed through tho sleeper. The engineer and fireman jumped from the train and escaped with slight injuries. Mr. Schwattc, of Alton, 111., was brought to this city alive, but died at 8 o'clock. lie was badly cut about the head, nnd It was evident from tho beginning that his Injuries were fatal, lie was on his way to MituicnjMjlls where he was to be married Sunday, lie asked his physician to telegraph his father and his sweetheart. "Tell her," ho gasped, "that I have been detained by a wrcqk nnd can nut keep the appointment on time. Don't say any more." The new was brought tc this city by a mail clerk, the ilrc whistle was blown, a switch engine and coach hastily prepared and a relief train went very speedily to the scene. The injured passengers wore extricated from the debris and brought here. Another relief train soon arrived from Cedar Rapids &nd took a number of the seriously injured to bo treated in the hospital In that city. F. J. Day, of Allison, a passenger, said: "Tho train was running at good speed, and at 'ajpolnt about three or four miles frommatcrloo It left the track. Tlie cnglne'nnd bnggngo'car were thrown about ten feet. The engineer evidently had his engine under excellent control, ns 1 never saw such a sudden stop. The smoker, where I sat, telescoped the baggage car and I found myself with the brakeman on the roof tho day coach." WINDOW PANES BROKEN. 0er 2,000 Were l)riiiolllird UalUtorui at llu.tliii;., Neb. cm and tllrd Killed. lira Terrific Chick- - Hastinoh, Neb., May JO. A terrific hailstorm struck this city at :.' Sun day afternoon and continued T minutes during which time over ",000 panes of glass were broken, fruit and grain destroyed, chickens and birds killed and Injured nnd several persons hurt. At the asylum for chronic insane, where hundreds of panes of glnss were broken in the main building and 1.E0O In the green house, where a great amount of damage was done. The hailstones were as large as hens' cgps and came down with such force as to kill many chickens knock birds out of trees and break shutters ou windows Mrs J. II. I'anflcld was watching tho storm when a large window pane was smashed striking her In the arm, making a painful wound. Several other persons were slightly injured. After the storm people scooped up hailstones by the pailful and some filled their Omaha, Neb., May ::o. Additional reports received Monday show that Sunday's storms In Nebraska wcro more widespread and more destructive than at first reported. Several hailstorms hit five comities In the south tho central of part state, namely Adams, Clay, Fillmore, Saline nnd (Inge, while in Cedar county In the extreme northwest part of tho state, a cloudburst did nu immense amount of damage. In the counties lilt by the hall small grain In nearly all destroyed and fruit ruined, while the loss hi broken glnss in houses makes tpilto a respectable sum. The cloudburst in Cedar county is described in a special to the lice, from llartingtou, as follows: Sunday night a cloudburst visited the northeast part of the county, thoroughly deluging the country. Hooding houses, sweeping away barns and and drowning considerable stock. Kvery bridge on Rast Row orotic, Us from source to tho Missouri . river, is out. The damage Is During the storm the Catholic church and priest's house nt Menominee were badly shattered by lightning. A ryclonu cloud appeared, but did little damage. Fanners who were hit by the Hamilton county tornado are destitute and a relief fund Is being raised tut o -benefit. Mii.vacj.ki:, Wis., May J0. Report of a severe rain and wind storm in western Wisconsin are coming In. A fpcclnl from Janesvlllc, Wis., says: In the town of La I'ralrle the barns on Alexander McClcllan's and Kd l'aul'r farms were wrecked. Twelve wind mills ciose to the city, were destroyed. On Thornton Rcld's farm bO rods of fence were blown down. Large trees were uprooted nnd for half an hour a small cyclone prevailed. Much of the early crops arc destroyed, Rritish llolloway, a hamlet near nearly destroyed by the heavy w nd. The town hall and several small buildings were blown down and other damage done. Lacrosse roorts that in many places crops were actually washed from the ground, and railroads especially the Rurllngton & Milwaukee road, where much new work was going on, also is a heavy sufferer. ChasiI'AIun, 111., May SO, A tornado pashed acroi Chnmpalgn county from the west lo the cast at 2jJ0 o'clock Monday atamoon. The storm cloud struck ou a rldgo five miles south of this tcltv doing altglit daruuge, aiiil then rotmunded into the air. It seen was mllos further V feet cast, several hundred lu tho nir and was then separating. Tho cloud followed by a terrific hailstorm, which did groat damage in the vicinity of Homer and Sidney. At Sid uey hundreds of windows wor bat tcred in by the large hailstones Thu hall did much damage to thu growing corn. Oowo, Mloh., May SO. The tornn-dwhleh passed through the village of l'erry, IS miles from this city Sunday night dostroyod 535,000 worth of property. gi vorj-heavy- True strength consist! in the union, the harmonious tvorking together, of every r&rt of the human org.vxlsm. This strength f.tn never le obtained If the blcod ts Impure. Hood's is the standard prescription for rurifvtna the blood. 3(ecCS SahSafmHllfa mmmmmw . A clever young phymcnin here, who, like o ni.iny of hut brethren evcrywheie, ha hnd a ucary tunc tijiug to lituld up a practice, ucvci'lhrlvts meet hit hard fortune with niiliiig K)ct. Like Werreii I Inst-in1 l'liHener mill I'rnctlce. lui mutto ".Nitor 111 Adwmtimi." In C'iiiuiujr will, a ft iriid, lie hud occasion the oilier tiny in ko into the lllher-inImnk, where, owing tn the thiong of uipdulnpr'. he totild tail get hi hiiinr traiiMited at once. After cennidt'isble delay, In cniiiMitirtiu, a ncrviun little man, cuinp!uiiird irriluhly of the incuiivcniciice to lmh thrv were stibjectnl. "loe!i t UiU put you out of patience. Doc!" he nked. "My dour lr," returned the medico, gay-l"to be nut of (atirrit i my chrotiie condition. 1 hsven t h.ul one for a week." Sail Francisco Nen l.ctter. "Ilia I'uur tliril'-Nrr- lj' CoD'taitit 100 tucrl half-tonengravings, made from photographs taken of our Army in 1111111, on W.mmrt and in nrtuitl mtwcc, Sixiiiiiii and American (Sun loat, Cuba, Havana, Manilla, ltiilwHpm, Arthitccluu; e Wnr l'ltHoruma. MMnl,h..tarrl-ru- n rlioM . 1 1 1 of the Inland. I'letiiir of our (ietieinl C'harle Kine (known at t'apt. Char le Kinjr, tliciutliorl.U heeler, llohtuii, Kooerlt, Ntinpon, Miles, Schley, Hiaflrr, l.ri'e, lliuol., Carmll. Croup of Olluft. t'atalry, AttilliT), Infantry, Ship, Rillc pruttKc, Soldier Inmirtfnit, ('hickamaUKA, Jarkouvillc, 'lauipa, F.rtRf!! letter Home. HotpitaU, Clara lUttoii, Rotitfli Rider. Stniluuu. San Juan. Manilla, the Reatitiful Women of Cuba and i( our the wanner and new lit nc 51 8 inelie. weighs 12 tinner, I prmtrd on (tuet coated apcr. Sent HF.K to anv ndclre in the 1'nitcd State, t Hiuila or .Mexico for 12 cent in iUinp or e 111, to cover otUr;e ami park- Manilla The Ailmni iiuv be cou st any ticket ollicti of the Hit Four Route. in e t'p) Order at ontv, a the edition I limited. Aildrr. WARRKN .1. LYNCH. (Jenersl I'jtreDk'er and 'IV Wet Agent, "Rig Four Route. ' Ohcitmati. Ohm ilsrk enveloi "War Album." F.mpty two quart ha pi til. man' idea of his wife Atchiton (Jlobe. of dried pea Into It drum and trim up the ouUldc with baby nMxni ami you have the average live o'clock, Mnarullne Idea ill a Tea. tea. HiMt'a Thlr We ofler One Htliidtrd Dollars Rrwatd for any ca of I atarrh that raiihol becurrd by Hall' t atari li Curr F. J. Cheiiev A Co , I'mi., Toledo O. We, the iindti signed, hate kntiwn F. J. Cheney for the lat l.'t )rai. and Ivrllcvr Inm perfctly iKifHimWo In all butiieii tr inaction and Ihiant tally able to carry out any obligation made by their linn. We. I A: Trtlax. Wholesale UniCtfi!, To-. ledo O. Wnldimr, Kiiman A Marvin, Wholesale taken Internally, Hall's Catarrh Cure srtitip directly uiwn the blood and ihih-o. 1'rice "Re. jr urfaee of the ylein Sold by all Dru$:it. Testimonial Ixit-tie- Driikvi.t. Toledo, O. , s Hall's Family I'dU arc the Mrs. Joy-O- bet. ieian. 111 stud! lUehrlor Rrolher bntiB Mirseon CnnftlrtliiK I'.innllntii, h. John, run far the phy- The IniIij '. wallord)Wir diamond I'liyMeUti o Jrwelei' Wel le kansedl . WITH A A HEAVY BED SLAT. Wmttnri'a l.cinir .Suit. "Man was iimiU to mmim," miMed tint old man with Ions white whitkirr, "hut women eem to have taken the fob nwny from him! Ily hnkry, Imt the) do en)oy funeral!" Kana City Independent. You get more for our nwney, get fattr Necro Murderer Coiillned In.laltatMc. colors and brighter color, when you buy I alnlly Mlnntllle, Tenn., Attack and Putnam Fadclr l))e. And It take lex tune to dye and make e mu and for Injure Two MeepliiK hllem. the same price, 10c per ackage. McMisnvii.m;, Tcnn., MaynO. Sonny Craln, a Negro murdered confined in the county jail hero, fatally injured two white prisoners Monday morning. Craln got out of bed at an early hour, secured a heavy bcdslat, and going to where John and William Hrown wro sleeping, violently struck both of them on the head. Neither of thu victims had a chance to defend himself. Craln was filially overpowered by the officers and was chained to the floor. He has been pretending to be crar.y for some time. When a loy came home with a string ti. fiili, it a mean trirk to ak him if he t&ught them all. Atchiton (Robe. 1 I summer. MVid my boy's life .Mis. Allie Douglass, URoy, Mich., Oct. 1M, 'll. believe l'io' lat Cure for Constunptioa In talking up a trade with a real hore-jockeihmt eloc the harvniu till the next day L. A. W. Rulletin. y, - A sallow skin oeimires a healthy clean urns by the me of (llcnn' .Sulphur hoap. Hill Hair and W'hiiker M cents. l)r, DREYFUS Ml HEARING " BEGUN. The only thing a man ran find around a house without assmtaure, i fault. Atchison Globe. LKTTEU TO MIIH. VINKIIAM NO. 10,070 refrigerators. SEVERE STORM IN MICHIGAN. Seven (iood I'roect of the I'rUnnerof Derll't liland Iterelvlnr a New Trial lltiard curround tha I'alaee of Juatlre, Home. Struck Harbor An by Llchtnlnt; In Unknown Man Killed at Water lelt. Hen-to- n Detiioit, Mich., May 2D. Specials from cities In Rcrrlen county report a severe and disastrous electrical storm at 13 o'clock Sunday. Seven houses are reported damaged by lightning In on-dow- - giu-danias- . Rcnton Harbor. Considerable damago was also done at St; Joseph. Coloma and Watcrvllct report several houses badly damaged and in the latter plaeo one man, whose name is unknown, was killed. He had taken refuge with his blcyclo under a tree which wiih struck by lightning. He was instantly killed. Fields in a number of placcn were inundated. A BO l'er Cent. IHthlend. Louihvii.lk, Ky., May SO. Tho Rank of Commerce Saturday declared a dividend of r0 per cent, on its capital stock of 8800,000. This dividend will bo paid out of its surplus. Tho action taken reof Is tho result tho sudecision of tho cent premo court of the United States In Kentucky bank tax cases Kvery bank in the state is expected to follow with s similar reduction. Taxes and charges on corporations havo become so execs slve that the financial institutions find it difficult to earn dividends I'aius, May 110, The hearing in tho Dreyfus revision case began Mouday. An army of guards surrounded tho Justice, warned by the threatened aspect In tho streets where riots followed the sessions of the courts Tho prospects nro very favorable for Dreyfus in receiving a rehearing of tho charges brought against him. Tho court adjourned at 0:80, whep lery few of the public yet remained in the vicinity. The republican guards Immediately returned to barracks and the 'rdon of police was dispersed. pal-acoof female complaints so bad that it caused mc to have hysterical fits; have had as "I had many as nine in one day. lurk O'lirlen (lot tho llerltlon. New Yoiik, May 0. Jack O'Rrlen got tho decision over Martin Flaherty at thr end of the 2.'itli round. New Orlruii l.eise for I'eniacota. Ni:v Oui.ka.ns, May 30. Tho crulsor New Orleans loft here Mouday evening for l'ensacoln. She devoted the day to coaling, receiving no visitors uwt the harbor broke loose in a farewell dem- CrtlUer bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound cured me and it has been a year since I had an attack. "Five onstration. A (Jeneral htrlko. firs. Edna Jackson, Pearl, La. A general strlkohaa . I'aiiis, May 30. If Mra. Pink hum'B Compound will cure been inaugurated in the village of such severe cases as this surely it r.ccrcusct, in thp department of Snono must bo a great medicine is JthereIn nearly all the factories et Lairc, and .any sufferer foolish enough not to work has been suspended. Four thoufive it a trial T sand arc already out. - WLi .JTA: ir;txCyreii -??ie qMrw4.-- - - 7,.ri - - . l .. fcVj" ' uci -.- - vT,,Wtf5;5rwSlt!ff! ii s-- ja rrt i wwwt- ETP r"rr' z'"5?.. - j rw r. TERRIFICSTORM. A EVACUATION OF ZAMBOANGA, GEN. OTIS' TERMi AMERICAN F0RCET00 SMALL. tW - C- - -& - C- C - CC fi te - e- C : 6 C &6 C C - - - - - - - - - 8 '6 6 5 C- e- C- - 66 - - M''&C Ccr - Portion of Iowa, Nebraska ntid 5!i8. Hourl For Hourrt. Wlml-Swi'i- it Text or Gen. Jtloi' Dlcpateh Informing Government of Ilia Command's Departure 1 herefrom. MAtmit). May 27. nil Nothing hut Hti Unconditional Surre dcr Will Sutlsfy tho American, Reported That Hon., Deitrnyed-Oth- er !.. Wa. Completely iMtt. ied In th r,, I'rnperty Dam- Path of thel'y- - clone-M- Dies Moinhi. In., May 29. A special from Fonda, la., says; A hailstorm of greater severity than was ovci witnessed by any cltlj.cn of thin section passed over Fonda and vicinity between t nud T o'clock Sunday evening. Tint hailstorm raged for ono liour. .Many of the hailstone were from ono to ono and inches in diameter and drlveu by a strong wjnd from tho northwest. When they struck buildings and board fences the report wna like the discharge of musketry. Tho hall, at tho close of tho storm, was lylnr In drift alx to eight Inches deep on lawns and two feet deep on Main htreet, and the streets and brick pavements were lloodcd with water and slush. Nearly all the unprotected windows on the north and west sides of the houses were broken, and a great deal of damage has been dono to tho building ami furniture. Tho trees are leafless, and everything has tha aspect of winter. K11iKHVif.11; Mo., .May l!'J. A terrific windstorm struck this city Sunday evening, folowed for two hours by severe lightning and rain. A few outbuildings were unroofed or toppled over and trees uprooted. Church services were suspended, so general was tho fright and excitement. One residence was unroofed and the roof was blown through another. Apprehension prevailed becauso Prof. who predicted Kirksvillc's tornado of April 2S, whfti 8J people worn killed nnd 100 injured, had propheeled a return of tho storm throughout Missouri Sunday, l'eoplo iiave had clothing and valuables packed to store in cellars. Cyclone caves have been constructed. Omaha, Neb., May till. A special from Chamberlain, S. I)., says: Word just readied town Sunday afternoon of a disastrous and fatal cyclonu which passed tho county In tho vicinity of Hijou Hills 2. miles south of thts'clty Saturday afternoon between four and live o'clock, resulting in the death of seven persons and tho serious injury of two others. Omaha, Nob., May S'J. A special from Central City, Neb., sayn: most 1'robably thu destructive! one-half Wal-inn- n, njrntuinjuttliiktr,OTer vliiltcil Nebraska. paused through tho northern part of Hamilton county Jyunday night at 7 o'clock, destroying from 87.1,000 toSIOO.-00- 0 worth of property, Including school-hous- 15 e, dwellings one church, one two Iron bridges across tho llluc river, bains, corn cribs, outbuildings, orchards, groves, fences and stock. The cloud first struck tho farm of Peter Jacoby on Section 8, Township II, completely destroying tho bourn., barn and other buildings. The cloud then rose and did not strike the ground for two miles. It then descended and caught the dwelling, barn, outbuildings and windmill of W. p. Lantrcn, leveling them Hat to tho ground. It next struck tho rcsldcuco of Josiah Fox, completely destroying all building. Steel's large house was tho next object of tho storm's wrath, all buildings and trees being leveled to to the ground. C. II. Kastman'a house was tho next In the path of tho storm, which destroyed his barn and other buildings. ( head of stock wcro also A number killed. I. Isaacs, living just across tho road from Kastman, lost ail of his buildings. T. I Clothier's plaeo came next, and here two fine buildings and outbuildings were destroyed. Mr. Clothier lost two horses nnd two cows. Cedar trees 1(1 inches through were broken oil or uprooted as easily as corn hills. The family had taken refuge In a cellar. While in tho cellar nu old fashioned hay knife stuck in tho wall by tho side of Mr. Clothier's head. Tho knlfo was blown from Eastman's placo a mile away. funnel-shaped two-story STRUCK BY AN ELECTRIC CAR Chrl. ly How man and Mrs. Dura Lang fatal- Injured at a Cnntlug, Near Mich., Sunday. De-tro- ll n, Dktiioit, Mich., May 20. Chris n god. 7 5, nnd Mrs. Dora Lang, both of this elty, were fatally Injured Sunday night by the collision of a rap-I-d railway electric car with tho carrlgo in which they were riding. Two other occupants of tho carriage received seriTho accious but not fatal injuries. dent occurred 15 miles from Detroit Tho carriage enon Grattnn road. deavored to cross In front of the car. lias-ma- Will IncrftaMi The various city departments will ask the city council Monday night for Increased appropriations, which If acceded to will boost the, tax rato in this city to or thereabouts. Chief of Pollco Walcott wants SO additional patrolmen and a new patrol house. Chief Lauer, of tho ilro department, wants to Increase tho number of firemen and buy a quantity of now machinery, hose, etc Director of Public Improvements Knuffmnn will also ask an iuorcat for street cleaning purposes. Coi.uiiiius, O., May 21). Tarn. Manila, May 27. The events of the Following Is the past week hava emphasized the use of full text of tho dispatch which was Philippine i raucn larger army here, without Sent to sent by Gou. lllos, Spain's military rep- More Troops to lie Favorthe Eiper- -- hlch, the den. MacArthur according to the best authorresentative in tho Philippines, from WILL ADD TO THE INTEREST A MOB FORMING. Iment of Kollitln. the Maoa- ities in Manila, it would be attempt Manila: hehees A gains'. Tagal. ing the Impossible to expect to cstab-.Is- h Reported That Jamei Tepp, W ho Shot A- tiov. Urailley Jtearhed Home Wednesday "Anlvcd hero on board tho Leon American supremacy In tho and the Gubernatorial Itace Will He lbert dementi, ItobU I.emrnnn and XIII. Tho occupation of tho Island of Wabiii.votox, May 29. "When yo Islands "WnrinerThan Kver. Tho inadequacy of Klmer rranka May lie Lynched. Jolo by tho Americans was effected desire to tho American milk the American forces Is said to be rewithout special Incident. Tho Ameri- tary lines come prepared for an unconFKANKroHT, Ky., May 2.1. Gov.Hrod-ley'- s Williamstow.v, Ky., May 20. The sponsible for the large total loss in the can warships saluted our flag with 21 ditional surrender. home coming is likely to add to Otherwise yotf number of small encounters without bitter feeling against James Tapp, who guns when it was lowered. will not bo admitted," J material results as a compensation. shot Albert Clements, Hobcrt Lcmmon the interest in tho race for tho repub"The Filipino batteries ut.amboauga, This in substance, it is said at thj .Most of the fighting has been in and Klmer Franks is Increasing in in- lican nomination for governor. Tho Island of Mindanao, continued to shell war department, Is tho parting tho same territory which the Amer tensity, and the authorities have been governor wilj return to the state capi tho town and tho port, causing losses peace en- icans had swept, but had been informed that a mob has formed near tal Wednesday after an absence of Aguinaldo's In our garrison, but finally, after s voy's received when they loft Manila compelled to abandon because they Sherman and is en roue here to lynch '20 days at different health relively attack by tho Spaniards, the In- on their way to Aguinaldo's headquarActing Gov. Worthington, sorts. could not spare the troops to hold it. he prisoner. surgents iled. They suffered nutncroui ters. I The forces commanded by Gens Sunday the limb of Albert uicmcnts who has operated the "parlosses. Our losses wcio two ofllcert If our commlieloacrs have not al- MacArthur and Lawton held two Im- tho butcher, who was an Innocent don mill" during that time, and who and three soldiers killed and 19 soldiers ready received Instructions to adhere portant lines of communication and spectator to the assault, was ampu- has extended clemency to about 30 conwounded. to this decision they will rccclvo them commerce the railroad to San o tated at the knee, tnd from Walton victs, will be relieved of the cares of "One company of our troops attack at once. and tho Illo Urando river; but comes tho report that young Franks the state. cd a battery, which tho cucmv then The only pardon granted by the actThe fool hardiness of further nego- much of the country, Including scores who was shot twice, once in the arm abandoned, and two other bntterlei tiations with irresponsible leaders ol off the smaller towns and some of the and the other time in the back, had ing governor Tuesday was to J. T. were dismounted by our artillery. defiant rebels is at last fully appreHobbs of Clay county, whoso term of After this cverso the Insurgents de- ciated by administration oillclals. The larger ones have been left uncovered, died. Sunday, at the instance of the bro'.h-c- ten years for manslaughter would havi clared their adhesion to Spain and suv insurgents must bo whipped into sub- simply for want of men to hold them, " months. a double guard of 18 men was expired in about and the insurgents have returned and pended hostilities. mission. arc occupying the towns the Ameri- placed around the jail, but the prison"The evacuation of Zamboanga wai TWO CONVICTS. The president. It is raid, is now of er, fearing that this would not protec; accomplished in the most orderly way this opinion. Ho regrets that he It cans abandoned, and arc enmping In the jungles and woods outside of oth- him, begged to be taken to Cincinnati. T. II. Ileatly nnd 'Y. M. Todd Gain ExecuIn spite of a violent stout), which unable to share In the optimistic opin s This request was refused. It is stated tive Clemency at the HhikU of Act-Icaused the loss of several bouts and the ions of Mr. Schurman, chairman of the ers, on the watch for chances to the garrisons and attack scouting that the mob that is forming Is comGov. Worthlncton. stranding of the steamer Porto Rico on commission, that the Filipino envoy parties or detached companies with posed of residents of Walton, Crittenthe enemy's coastt every ono was safe- will speedily come back to accept in Fr.AXKFOitT, Ky., May 20. Ac'.lng greater force. This is the kind of den, Sherman and Ut Zion, and that ly embarked. Gov. Worthington Wednesday pardonfull our own terms. Mr. fcchurmnn warfare they prefer to regular bat- the rendezvous is near Sherman. "Two American warships were placed exprcssscd similar views immediately ed T. II, llcatty, of Hrcckinridge counat my disposal by the admiral but wo after the first peace conference, more tles PRAYERS ON A RACE TRACK. ty, serving a sentence in tho did not need them. Tha Spanish Hag than three weeks ago, aud thereby It appears that the Filipinos who atbtate penitentiary for arson, on tho tacked the 3d regiment between San was saluted with 13 guns by the Amer caused the president to fall into the Miguel and llalinag were part of Uio The Christian Worker of Lexington Hold sworn statement of Almonl Johnson, halihath-orhoIn the Gr.iml Stand of ican ships. who was convicted with him and is mistake of expecting peace at once. del Pilar's army. They came from the the Old Kentucky Aiaoclatlonlruck. "If tho minister for war does not sentence, that now serving a Tho fact that the nuthoritlu shave fouth across the mountains presumaorder the contrary I shall sail for again taken up the question of sendllcatty was Lkxinotox, Ky., May 20. J. S. llcatty is innocent. ble to meet a wagon train which Gen. Spain on board the IT. De Satrustegul." ing additional troops to tho Philipin October, 1S95, of complicity Weathers, of the First Presbyterian The cabinet Friday evening approv- pines is a good indication that they' Law ton expected along the road. They church, tills city, Is conducting a mis- In the burning of the residence of Wilalso planned to capture several large ed the plans of Gen Rlos. consider tho recent peace negotiations under the grand liam Dtx, of Hardinsburg. sion Sunday-schoo- l The Spanish general, Montcro, while a failure. The 24th infantry (colored) detachments and were placed in am stand of the old Kentucky association He also commuted the life sentenco buth at different points Theyatlroi on the way hither with the Spanish has been slated for servico in tho race track. This Is no doubt the first of Murderer W. M. Todd, of Madison garrison from Zambauga on the Philippines, in addition to thoso al- from the jungle, at a distance of 20 Sunday-schoo- l ever held in such a place. county, to 30 years. steamer Leon XIII., died of wounds ready decided upon. Other regiments yards and gave the Americans one of It was begun the first Sunday in May the hardest fights experienced in tl.c COL. BROWNING, COMMANIEH. received In a recent engagement with arc also being talked of. campaign. The Filipinos lost more nnd the attendance has been growing the Filipinos in Mindanao. 2S. Gen. MacArthur 110 names oa the Manila, May until now there are Dr. F. J. Taylor Mai Klected Vice ComThe Spanish steamer Lo .XIII. land- U In favor of the experiment of enlist- heavily than the Americans lu all tht rolls. mander Lancaster Will He the recent encounters ed the 2Sd regiment on the island of ing the Macabebees against their old Superintendent Farris gave Mr. jThc insurgent generals take the loss Next Meeting; l'luca. Jolo and took on board the SpauUh enemies tHe Tagals. Weathers permission to use the build Ltff a'nns more to henrt than they do the garrison, tho Americans paying tha A delegation of the loading MacabeGlasoow, Ky.. May 20. Wednesday ing, and he is present every Sunday loiyof men. Spaniards the usual honors. bees has visited the general, nnd its Viorclgncrs who have arrived here afternoon and sees that tho property is was the last day of the G. A. It. en- The steamer then proceeded to rPlin nnr.lilr rwfllr spokesman read an address assuring Mr. Weathers has u full I'nTmimnnt. not injured. The troops theix-- were put the American commander of the friend- ff'ca the Insurgent's country, under corps of teachers. red Wednesday. Col. Joseph 11. llrown- the Accent order of expulsion, say the aboard the Leon XIII., tho Puerto ship of the Macabebees and of their ceactcrles in all tho towns are filled from the settlement back of the race ing, of Lfulsvllle, was elected depart Uico, the Uranus and Dos Hermanns, willingness to the transfer of their al wJ'.K fresh graves A majority of the track, and the most of them live on ment commander on the first ballot. and tho three last named sailed fuf legiance from Spain to the United Dr. F. J. Many of them There were six candidates. Filipinos wounded die because the in- - l.reekiuridge street, Spain. Tho insurgents agreed not to States. They complained that the suttent hospitals arc inadequate, tncd- never went to Sunday school before Taylor, of this place, was elected vico molest the Spaniard during the evalin- - commander, and Lancaster was chosen Tagals murdered them and burned arc senrco and they have few and not a few of them wcro never uation. their village-- and they' asked to be protidc of a church. over Covington for the place of meetons, except Spanish caxitlves who The Leon XIII. entered Manila har- tected nnd glYen..-tm"itprotect them- iv-- t; ing. The veterans declared that tho ' Impressed, a bc;n DUcoTered In Iylne Condition. bor In the evening wlthhcrilaga tlylug selves. reception by Glasgow cltlrcns'and ui Mmm.LSiioito, Ky., May 27. Mrs. D. In honor of Gen. .Montoro at The) Macabcbccshavc greatly assisted FUNNEL-SHAPE- D was warm and hospitable. CLOUD. lllos. and with tho olllccrs of tho gar in posting M. Sampson, wife of a shoemaker, has the Americans on the coun ii ri They adopted rcsoultions thanking rlson and their families on board. The try and thu positions of the enemy. In a dying condiTorpiaclo Dimicei tho Town of Hirer Vullf, just been discovered the citizens for the royal welcomo Insurgents, it is reported, were in postion in her house whet e, on Saturday- Gen. MacArthur would arm a hun WU., and Vicinity Set cral I'ertoni given them. s sesion of Xamboanga when the last, her husband knocked her down Iterelrett Severe Injuries. dred of these men and use them as Toy I'litol n Weapon. left, and it wllj be necessary for scouts, and, if the experiment proved with his hammer, stamped her violentLkxinotox, Ky., May 2S. In pollco the Americans to lecnpturc the place. successful, he would enlist more of I'lVKit Falm, Wis, May 27. A well ly, aud further tortured her by jabbing developed tornado struck this city awls into her face. He then lied, leav- court Friday morni-- g Judge John J. KAUTZ TTBYCALLED BACK. them. shortly after 0 o'clock Friday after-nrn- . ing the helpless womnn to bo without Riley ruled that a toy pistol, which The United States transport Morgan It seems to have had its incep-till- i food or attention until she was found was "found in the pocket of Clarence City, which left San Francisco Ap il It It Heputed thai tha Admiral ! lira in the Fourth ward of the city, Friday. Hossey, a colored hoy, was a concealed COO 25 with recruits for various regiOnlarsit Home The teller Written a black weapon and sentenced the lad to SO Homeopathic Society. ments here on board, has arrived and wcre it reached down from to Cincinnati tha Caute. clfud and picked up Michael Llnchau's will proceed to lloilo. Lexi.voto.v, Ky., May 27. The four- days in jail and So0 fine. The pistol which It tossed about and landed Washi.miton, May 27. Tho cruiser Maj. A. M. Higgles, of the 13th Minteenth annual session of the Kentucky was one of the kind in which blank Newark, which Is In the South Pacific, nesota regiment, who was wounded lu up&ldc down. It then passed up South State Homeopathic Medical stcicty ad- cartridges are fired and in which a ball Tho Is expected to reach Valparaiso In a tho head while rcconnoltcrlng May 8 Fork valley, George L. Smith's brick journed Thursday to meet in Paris cartridge could also be fired. few days. It Is generally understood at a point near Sau Miguel, and who yard sheds were demolished and con next May. The following oflicers were judge said that he desired to break up she will go to Apia, but sho has not was brought to a hospital here, Is dead. slderable damage done. A small elected for tho ensuing year: Dr. II. It. the practice of using toy pistols and employes wat yet received orders to this effect. It Is St. Paul, Minn., May 2S. Maj. Ar- building used for the seeking refuge Kastlcman, of Midway, president; Dr. instructed the police to arrest all chilrecked, the inmates understood, however, that orders will thur M. Higgles, of the 13th Minnesota J. T. Vansant, of Paris, vice president; dren found with them. be sent to her at Valparaiso to proceed volunteers was born in lloston in 18.15. in tho cellar and escaping injury. Dr. J. W. Kirschbaum, of Danville, Increased l'oital Force. to Apia. He was graduated from Yale college Half a mile further up tho valley a treasurer, and Dr. Fred E. Peck, of Louisvili.k, Ky., May 27. News has It Is reported that Adm. Kautz has In '70. lie had resided in Minneapolis large barn on the farm of O. Augusta, secretary. been received from Washington that over was scattered Hurnctt been recalled from Samoa becauso of for 13 years, being engaged la the real P. 20 clerks In the post oflicc have been' Child' Uody Found. half an acre of land. Maj. certain letters sent to his cousin, Mrs. estate and life Insurance business. His OwKXSHOito, Ky., May 20. Some boys granted Increases in salary of S100 or was deLlndley, of Cincinnati, in which he widow and a daughter stroyed.barn across the road 18 years ' Harvey Veydt, about at Pellvllle, seeing a post planted in an more, and that a finance clerk and made allusions to the German consul live In Minneapolis. nudltorof stations at SI, 700 per annum, old was caught in the whirl ai the unusual place, concluded to Investiat Apia as his "Silent, very Bllent Manila, May 2ft The approach of brickyard and had several ribs broken. gate, and pulling it up. found the dead have been allowed, together with threo partner." the wet season finds the Insurrection new substations nnd more carriers. This is said to have given o (Tense to seemingly tnklng a new lease of life. John Dels, 14, was struck by a flying body of n child burled in the postholc. evidently come to his This increases the patronage here conGermany, and the German embassy All along the American lines the rebels missile and had his back punctured. Tho child had but sus- siderably, e death from natural causes, Another boy is said to have been Is said to have Indicated clearly that nrc showing more aggressive activity, Smallpox l'ostpone Court Section. trees were twisted oft" or uproot picion is rife as to why It was disposed this was the case, although no ofhclal in their guerilla style, than at any time ed. The cloud was and, of. Lkxinotox. Ky., May 28. The Lexcomplaint was lodged. It is said before since the fall of Malolos. after moving up the valley three miles, fcqulrrt Made a Judge. ington bonrd of health recommends that Kautz's alleged Indiscretion will They keep the United States troops Richmond, Ky., May 27. The county that there be no circuit court held hero lead to his being superceded by Com- In the trenches sleeping In their cloth- began to move to the north and slowly magistrates in session here Thursday in June, owing to smallpox at tho mander Casper F. Goodrich, of tho ing and constantly on the alert against lifted. Newark, which will tnko tho place of dashes upon our outposts and they HER POSITION IS CRITICAL, elected Squire X. It. Turpln. ono of county jail. The prisoners now in jail tho Philadelphia as the flagship at make life warm for the American gartheir number, county judge of this will be quarantined on the pesthouso Apia. Futile Kffort Made to Float the American (Madison) county, to succeed Hon. C farm for SO days nnd the jail will ba risons lu the towns II. Sullivan, recently deceased. Judge fumigated each week. Liner t'arla The Veel U Itoliln The bands of Gen. Luna aud Gen. NEW YORK ANTITRUST LAW. successor Is Turpin will serve uutll-hl- s Heavily and May Go to I'lecea, Mascardo, which retreated toward Death of Dr. F.mory Afford Grant. chosen at the regular November elecIt F.nablee thu Attorney General to 1'rote. Tarlae when l hey feared they would Louisvii.lk, Ky., May 28. Dr. Covekack, Cornwall, May 27. A su- tion. cute and 1'revent Monopolies In Arbe caught bntween Gen. MacArthur premo effort to float tho American Alford Grant, an eminent surgeon, ticle and Commodities and Gen. Lawton, have returned In liner Paris commenced at 5:10 p. in. I. K Man for State Senator died at his home In this city Friday of Owi.nosville, Ky., May 20. The dis- heart disease, aged 75 years. Owing Smoko was then belching Af.iiANr, N. Y., May 27. Senator force to their old trenches around San Friday. Fernando, wlure there arc dally co- from all her funnels and tho tugs as- trict convention nssernbled here Wed- to his successful treatment of deformianti-truDonnelly's bill, which was sisting her churned tho water into nesday, and after Indorsing tho Chi- ties Dr. Grant attracted general attensigned by tho governor Friday, en- llisions Opposite our lines on the south pro- foam. cago platform of 1890 and pledging tion from the medical world. ables tho attorney general to proseW. J. Itryau for presiA fresh cast, sout, least breeze was their support to cute and sccuro testimony to prevent tecting Manila nil the way around to Death of Squire Hurt. San Pedro Maratl, the Filipinos have blowing, and the sea was rising as tho dent lu 1900, nominated I K. Mann, of monopolies In articles or commodities Owknion, Ky., May 23. Squire Iture on first ballot for state of common use and to prohibit re- three rows of trenches most of the dis- attempt was made to refloat the Itowan county, died at his home on Itig Twin, near senator. steamer. straints of trade and commerce. Kvcry tance. here, Monday night, aged 10U yearsv lteports from prisoners Indicate that Stuit Itepay Toll. When tho tugs and the engines of person or corporation who shall enter tho insurgents construe the pcaco ne- the Paris wcro going full speed tho Fuaxkfoiit, Ky., May 20. The court He fought in the war of 1812, tho MexInto any such contract is gniltv of a ican and the civil wars. misdemeanor, nnd, if nn Individual, is gotiations to mean that the Americans latter appeared to bo swaying a trifle, of appeals decided Wednesday that the Tho but tho leakage In the steamer's cnglno Louisville Itrldge Co. must repay 0 New l'ott Office In Kentucky. punishable by a fine of not exceeding have had enough of fighting. Filipinos arc alro encouraged by tho ootn was increanin. Wasiiixotox, May 20. A post ofllcs collected as tolls from tho Louis-vil- e B5.000 or Imprisonment for not longer nnd NashvilH itailroad Co. in ex- has been established at Nisi, Fleming The attempt resulted in another than ono yea or both; and if n cor- belief that the Americans nro preparporation, by a lino of not exceeding ing for an interval of inactivity during failure. The Paris is In tho same posi- cess of what the coutract between the county, Ky., with George Cooper a the wet season. postmaster. two contemplated. tion. !000. Favors a ltevl.lon of tho Dreyfus Cie, Stricken With Hr.irt Dlieane. The Automobile Hare Knifed. Fatally Hurt by a Hunting lluhr. M, l)e Maal Honored. Pnis,May 29. It was reported SaturNr.W Yohk, May 27. The automobile, Paducah, Ky., May 27. Rev. Peter Thk Haouk. May 27. Friday af u Paiiucah, Ky., May 27. J. A. Cope, day that tho report of the president of which left Cleveland at 7 o'clock MonM. Dc licaufort, tho Dutch min- a merchant and mill man of Glade, Melvin, a distinguished llaptist minisday morning to establish an automo- tho civil section of tho court of cassa- ister of foreign affairs in the namo of Marshall county, is dying from Injur- ter of western Kentucky, was stricken bile record between Cleveland nnd Now tion, M. llalot do llaupre, to the presiQueen 'Wllhclmlna presented to M. Do ies received in Ids mill. A buhrin tho with heart disease at his home in county. He Is SO years of age York, arrived In front of tho Astor dent of the court of. cassatlou, M. Staal, president of the conference, tho mill burst nud a piece of the stone is m favor of a revision of tho grand cross of tl)o Lion of tho Nether- struck him In the breast, Inflicting in- and many years ago was prominent in house ut S: 15 o'clock Frioay afternoon. J.'he record mndo was 707.4 miles lu 40 Dreyfus trial nnd urges rcsending tho lands the ministry at Nashville, Tcnn. ternal injuries. hours and four minutes of acttial run- :aso before n Klected l'resldent. Drank Acid hy Miituke. Large Tohacco Acreage In tiallla. ning. This Is an average of 17.0 miles Conflagration at Tort au I'rlnee. Rev. W. S. Ful-toLkxinotox, May 2 Paiktsvillk, Ky., May 27. Hugcne May 27. Tho tobacco Jl.i.iroLtB, O., in hour. The trip wns accomplished I'oitT au Piunce, Hayti, May 29. of this city, was Ftlday elected ncreago of county will exceed all Meade, who was clashed a few days with only one accldont of a serious na- Twenty, houses have been destroyed former years by 59 per cent. Many ago, died Thursday from the effects of president of the Kentucky Chautauture and tho party Is ready to go right hero by fire. Two firemen were wound-ifirmersaro putting out tobucco thii a dose of carbolic acid, administered qua assembly, vice Alex. Pearson, r baoV to Cleveland in tho same way while combating the conflagration. spring that ' ' signed. through a mistake nevsf did before as tho machine is concerned. a99'd4'9.9'a'9.4''3.9'9dd-'3'9'34949'3d4'9&2-944-32'3d'3--d2r3?-Phil-Ipplu- I a Jiurn Larger Army Will He Nereuarv to Kttahllih Our Supremacy In the riilllppljiat. STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS. I 3 a M H u o re-en- ter H t 1 met-sag- ed M4 Fcr-aand- r, to ; har-ras- dr ar nl cpn-vict- cd a. - , ici, BU.-S- ; o half-ma- st IPS' ft Span-lard- b.-jr- ltur-nctt- 's scvcn-ycar-ol- d i hurt-Larg- funnel-shape- d, Km-o- ry st S10S,-00- tcr-noo- no Ma-tca- u, court-martia- l. u, Uo-Ul- ' i d ) in (r K -- w lm- - r. Ii M i i'im"iwt Going to Build T IS LOCAL NEWS. cents per hundred. Mrs. Geo. Cnss and son, of Ark., were in the city Tuesday. Parents should snnd their naiiKhty children to the nautical traiuim: school. No man ever pets so poor that ho can utTord to havo holes in Ills pockets. Su Special attention to Hardware shelt noods at Shaw's Place your advertisement in tho Courier and watch your hnsiuess Krov. Bar-field, i:ntuisiastic urn iKckma 'v,) MAN, IUI011 MAN." MIl.TOX fHF Qneeuswnro at Shaw's, -- Old pupew for sale at tilts- ufllcd At Klrclrlc Itullnay. sioiw of m This Spring? thing ueeded to build with . . . at . . . LOWEST PRICES. can famish yon with every- Si .VERY &Bt ,"t Shlnclri, Null. Builders Hardware, I'.iinN and Oils, LutH. Cement and Pl.iMer, Let us figure with yon. Konrfi Lumber, r Dressed Lumber. Doors and N indows, S.wh aud Miml, v ulM)nt Htr,u i (no nmte Pmf Dovoe, tho L'rcat wont her level except when tho nMulfc . . t t H,k.tr.ia r ni.ii i.......n ..T..kk .u ij:.. mu in-" propuei, )rcuici.s a lerrtoie uiiz.anikiuc-- 1 twieu June 15 aud.lulv 1, with heavy the npht a couple of nidi's, come , -I- hodiircronceltweonrcparteoaud iuipudence is in tho hire of the speaker. j Charles ttcadles. one of tho het 'i tins county. U an earncsi, for tho ulmyo enterprise, lhn lnlton Leader ciys: Beadles it oiithusiustin over tlirnro TKHcd eteetrio railroad lino to b$ .If fiVMit Pnltiin frw f t Jnlrttttif i titnl o It (K.DIIMIII IVM mtirhttoKO ty Ilrowii'a School " This is what L called tho mtdcUt ru and sceniH to be tholK-s- t as thei-- i ' "" deep cuts or hiijh urades Inimoi ns on the ohl stato md and StH . ;' road. tho Inilton Comot uiwty Uhurrh- -n ilktmico oit w 1 ,llllo!, ''' lit .w ' it. ' i riui-ji-nm- ' Miow. L. P. &W7?. Ellison Itiiilroml Time Tnlile. N., Yrniu No. W 0. : & St. L. R. R. AltlllVKH: n. Trnlii No. M, Trnin No. 4, 2M Ill LKAVR-1 W I', m Trnlii NA..1, nt &. The Whitsitt Wrangle. The Whitsilt controversy in the BiptitU Ohnruh will not entirely euhttidp, notwithstanding the recent general Coneiition releent-ed htm to private life. In a re- i markable pennon in the Broadway church, Louisville, the pastor Carter Helm Jones, denoiiuoed the notion retirinc Dr. Whitsitt as prompted by malice, nnd rounded no ignorance. The congregation applauded by stamping on the floor, the women crying, and an outburst Beemed imminent. The demonstration shows the strong hold Dr. Whitsitt has on his followers. his ran remedied hr outtlni? v States. road straight forward through he I'i'ls Ed. Cnxshmd, ayouiif; Attorney of of Louis Itrowder and Mr. Headlex ''1' Mayfti'ld, and pon of Sam Cropland, oi wiioin are not oniy wining to . has returned from Ilnilo, l')iili(iius( the right of way but will Hubscribt when he received an houorable M ersi'lv. from tho 1st Tumi. rcKimuut. There aro nlont twentv men liii 't!t neighUirhiKxl liko Iiouls llnwdiil""1 fi lo.ives Uread for S"c. 2C.lo.ives Bread for?t.OO. P.itroni.o home indnstrv and savo from JO to !U)c on the dollar, at the. Now City iter and others who will take sfr t. thoamoniitofei.teachorimm Bakiry. It .is The Appelate court of Kentucky is sumouhnimlthatthu enlerimsiui amorotahgibloshaiHiatuii.rly sustaining the law reqinnm: p.issvui;er date. 1 trains to curry separate coaches for negroes, and say that roads fulling to obA LUNATIC'S KKTOirK serve this law are bubject to a heavy penalty. There is oaid to be an lumntt f A Tennessee editor says lie dreamed ho was in Iloaven the other night. the IIopkiiiBViIle nHvluin iwlofe He says he didn't see a single bill idiocy takes the form of a hul act nor a delinquent suNcritn'r there, but that Paradise was filled with big uation that hu hut owiillowtJ a advertisers. Democrat. Ho gnea nbontlfrit- : !" 'H1 rubbing his Ntomnelniid The new fad among the yonag ladies now Ls the friendship heart for tho couiplaininir of the hud tast hat chain bracelets Those of sterling sil ' comes up into his mouth as i re ' ' ,m,u""buU of Imviiij; eaten the irnta of the friend, are the most couimoii aud poJitloiiin. I dis-char- tie rulers vmelly to the Ji.istcrn ' " 1wicnniibounc As n suniplool what an old maid can do with a pen, says tin ex change, wo submit tho follow iny: ".Man ia n animal) that chews tobacco and wnlka on the forked end. Most men are) burn; wit mvfr limit-- . nf lini ,linii,, .....i i... ,,.., till) i ..r .i..., ....-(. ff-Wl mud just . far a sample. Mnn'a . life H '"" ' disappointment, ltowIh nnd com eob ninee. lie goes forth like a lion in the morn ,. . , .... lll(, ,.,,.., ,i, , " "fi ... '""P. '",,,.. w,u ' ne MieaKein nomo wun panta rip- ped. and rainen Cain atiotit haril iimt.H IIi Iihh In irrlutiu on ronil ' working day, and walkn iweiMy udli-- i to n circus. lie will olmpo two-leyed 1 j VV'V' Spring Opening! HIGH-CLA- '!.. 1 ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES IN M . SPRING AND SUMMER ,''',,,", D Jty - ress iK-s- t, Good Mm t , NOW ON MY (H)UNTKKS. a jiicK-rabhi- t the snow and borrow a horse to ride a half mile to the poBtolllce. i tour iiiIIoh ihrnngb pnrclmw this wiwon H1KTV and HTYLU. '" A It 10 ONK. fear of duplication. Aly Blielvutt urn cniwiieu with tli latest mid loveliest productions. Aiiiotig tho world's NOVKLTIKS uro theau: sun"c all other lu KIOIINKHS,nndVA. no The pit terns nm our own, jir&Mn? fW;!" I It ifl evident that California IioIiIh in - Devon Piquo, , Arundol Piquo, Siren Dimity, Lucerne Cheeks, Egyptian Madras, Persian and French Organdies, Lawns, v !ckv ,,,,,, eel al wub t tfc " Injliitf claim to liij ,ho 8r,n treed. u,,,on; Ken- pretty lively hand an will he ob- - I eerved by the follow ing: Ouo of tho biggest logs e or offered for Kentiieky mw mil) wan 1'iiiliieah a day or two ngo. sold to Palnu-r- . Ferguson Co , for the muiii of 81 14. It wuh ..i..., r....i i.. .i,.....t.. , .1.,.. ll'v i,t iii ii miiif-ti-- i riAl) r..... iiiiiu long, and Mild to coiituin 10.000 feel of reil oak lumber. col-lect- And many others. I havo tho prottleid otoek of SILKH for Shirt WnUts over idiuwn Als... WASH SILKS and 8ATTINS. I have addid to my stixk, hi-n- I i appropriateHubert - x.. lilif I , Shelby and Ida Collier,'tiiHylum, all ItepubhcaiiH, wh ink . . , ifv "cl' delight in hearing tin jour riedbv 'Jnuiro Cook this morning. fellow complain of hia uuiiipy New Madrid Missouriau. Tho above couple, (colored folk) en- - experience. II o was qnes icd closely as to how tho Dei Chit joy tho kind wishes of nil. . ,1...... . .v .... nu . '......... uicn-- t...t...i o i... mimh iiunii.nill i" Tl..w,l.. Works is insutllcicnt and irregular, from whether the Jefferpouian i nod the fact that they arc cut otf from the; much disturbance in the i nttio river by somo break in tho tunnel. regions. The liinatio took 'a all When the nver falls sufilcieutly the nnii ,,ninr...iiv ..,.,1 ...,.iuii ,i City will repair tho break. In the 7 tlnally he until: "I'm nwfa ghid meantiino uso water sparingly. 1'f.ril It II tl III tf long ago tn-r- e ptUe wi. itim.-,,,,,;- Gkn. WiiiB Hamiton, old nnd penniless, declines to have u taken up for his benetit. "Ft is t lie duty of eery lie citizen to Mrve his Htato whenever called upon to do no. and his whole reward should be tho of havinu fulfilled that obligation." sub-M'riptlo- n Ladies1 Ready-Ma- de Shirt Waists i tw this wnunn. ro Thi-g y 8i: dinTt from thu uiunufitctiinrs, uheup. intiVii which aro so innrh In rfit-flttkii- nn txmpht and vrry H W1I1TR bt JPliO.YSA each.of the, only UAo tlioin ohraper than yon ran r. i l u -- j s",sr3SS!ie i:VKUYTHI3(l m 1 X tocallVnd examlao my entire, utock, I conlially Invite rverj-Uidund eouijuro qRality and prlre. ' V UCQ dllCl LlCail, sW1&iAi CoW I k ! VA . - t your watch for riOc, liiivn btllnit run on tlin caiinfy re- j- cr uon uitk. j plied the sufferer, solemnly. IThen V V Al Eugeno Debs, the groat Socialiil tho the visitors traveled on, Ll Editor George "Warren advertises ist and labor leader, who played that his Tinner, the Hickman Courier, j., lindane man passed his htJailover " U AM. KI.AVullS, c. olkr-ucu a conspicuous part in the for sale. Mr. Warrou law been ldentl-- His stoinnuli wun an expr I la ot DBr3t- .! lied with tho publication of the y.iperl relief.- - Hnrtford Herald. 4 COCOCOIiA, " great Chicago railroad strike, de- for moro than forty yean, aud his inwn-F m n " regret ai reiiruineni paptr .;,.. clares that Trusts are hut a step .... . irieims -.win o ..i.... i, FKUITNEOTAi:. Dt.ATIIliTj()li III IVI.N i. ,;.,..., u.,.B. u. Ttoward inevitable socialism, and rilOSlMlATKS, -- There is man ro 0f t10 ,iroJrict.ve that it is useless to oppose thom." Imrmg towus,a with in one of our neigh- - TrU(U ICUS. pretty marriageable His idea is that IfTrusts, the danghters, who has arrmged to putaM'uergies of the country means CRUSH 131) FKUIT8 that will play "Home of great capitalists are clock in his parlor 10 oclock; "Tnimp, tlmt ,ho Btinnlns hitherto given and LEMONADH. Sweet Homo" at s to control the prices of the cease. So Tramp, tho Boys aro Marching" at 10 IB, ' inventive ALL AU of the field find nianufne-turi- and "Johnuio Get Your Gun" at 10:30. Jonir as maaufacturors moved uji- Says tho Obion Democrat: Tho on competitive lines thero.vrns ar. COLO AS ICE CAN MAKE THEM. establishments, then the small pox situation iu West Tenncsseo I people in preference will elect to has reached a stage that calls forth so- nt COST, liecatiBc lie to rloe out all goods in this lino. !,vo deiiiaml for improve innohinery, and the rewards til the A I'UKHII HUPPLTf OP put the Government in owner- rious alarm. At Martiu there aro a The sumo Ls true of men who invented were munifceiit ship and control of of all such number of . Fulton. Yesterday threo now cases m served as a spur to the Intel- things. The snciulist ideu is that were diMovered here iu a negro family. k(.tua, effor of ,holBHM,B. the Government should own all Henry Emerson, proprietor of tho With thu sources nf production operate nil the factories, Hickman Tclephono Exchange, informs oontrolleil by comhines, coinpetl-uthe land, that ho is comtemplatiug putting in "UlllC clieckl'll. MfnwIlO n ,.nu. railroads. &c, nnd teach that ..u.. ...u.(nh ..r..... nn ...v... I,,.-- -. ., ..v.. . , ., . , v..v ..n tiik i'imist r.Mv 3i ni: J er than the present ono which will en uiiiKe improveii maeniner, or iiih competition is ruinous to the best apply new secrets of Received Rverv Week 1 able him to give his patrons better serhitereetfl of the people. They al- vice, and answer tho demands of hu in- nature for cheapening proiiiiction so tench that it ia to tho Interest creased patronage. aud increasing profits, will have r Indications arofluttorlug for a large no market for the bale of lluir inof largo capitnl to concentrate pcirs power nnd kill out competition to applo crop. Tho prospect for not be are ventions. as not fo bright. Grapes will 'I'liui. .fill I....... 1.. ...I. ..!,. It. a1 COWCILIi, Hpeciul attention given to the selling of Hoal Kstnto of nil kinds; iMiji (nu in iiii.1T the end that they can control the abundant us usual, us many of the ti am j choose to iu uint? Thi'y will And represents a full line of thu best and most reliable. Firo Insurpay. lists invines and others ance Companies doing business In the 8tutc, and that ''Old Reliable" supply nnd therefore the prices. jured. were killedwill bo but badly few be told that tho trusts Imvu no very There iituc;cJiHrrM. .MUTUAL liKNBKIT LlKIi INSITUANOI3 UO thnt ban already The Socialists contend t lint the peaches in tltL section. Many of tho competitors, and therefore need paid out largely over $1(1(1,000 Life Insurance in Hickman mid vicini trees were winter-killed- . uo now inventions. With invent-- ' AMI II A I p Government should do this ty, a ml Is issuing the cheapest and best policy of any regular Life An item that was published in tho nrs unrewarded uimI inventions UnL llALi they believe tho Govern- fVttniiin Iti u vivn! ....,......... sj1.f tito ......... I.. ...1 al... I. iktwl iiiiiinli Insurance Company doing business In this country. He solicits ...v m;t.., wh.hu ine inceuiivo aiiiipo-- i ment will do it more equitable roiuusoi.i nopnjss. siauug iiiiiti.r.a u 11.11 pnrniat,f ii,tllH rjitPlj , tM),.v jour patronage. (Jail aud sou him. of States in liiu eclipso sun would occur Monday OUR LIFE t than tho individual couibiuos. 71 evidently originated in tho mind c "merclu conquest of tho world Beiinnsiy iiiiiuerei of some amateur astronomer whoso pro- This conclusion is not enniect diction failed to come truo. It wius not Peace in the Philippines. laid down ia tho almanacs. u nil. It Is inevitable It truls atThe way wo spell "program" iu tain the dimensions and poorer to Last week the news was that this shop is pro. which they seem to hu tending. the Filipinos were negotiating gram aud the way wo pronounce it Is for terms of peaco, that they were program. Commencement announcers Tho annual report of the Chief ploaso N. B. Your pronunciation is Solo Ajjrent exhausted with the unequal war unjustifiable even if yon spoil It "pro-- of the Weather Bureau sIiowh n - remarkable inurease In I against the Americans, and that gram," because you don't say "ejilhe loi-- of grum or "diagram, do yon furtii property b lightning during vatheir- - surrender was bound to HollLs Kirk, who was injured , come. This week we have news week by tho premature discharge of last the last few years. It is a nues-lionone however, whether this is duo almost to the contrary, that fight- of tho guns used iu firing a salute to tho to the frequency of thnndeistormH gunboat Nashville is up and about ing is on, and that tho Filipino again, nnd wo aro glad to state that or to the more extended faellitit's has been largely re ioforced. his injuries, though painful, aro not for semiring information. At pressays, should bo And the news is farther that our serious. HollLs still in"though slightly ent the Weather Bureau has n cor- isspent in bed. Thebcdnxini of comfort disfigured, ho's the ring." cozy, cheerful and full respondent in every corner of own army must be largely iucreus-esuggestive of rojKwu uud bwoot Buckeye Binders and Mowers, Hay Rakes. Porks. &c , As a precaution against tho spread every county of the country, who drouimt. before we can hope to conquer of small pox, Union Uitv has notihed keeps it posted concernnm nil prospoctlvo colored excursionists to them. The news lias thus alter- Cairo that such wjll not bo permitted events of Interest to tho farmers For 86y Call and look at my Implements beforo buying. wo sell a nated since tho to return, Other authorities have tak- and tho public generally, while system far tho discas'u of this unfortunate trouble, and en like precautions. Sotlio colored peo- formerly Its imperfectof nowsgath-orin-- CHAMBER SET "D bus been chiefly among wus and Incomo much that tho most intelligent ple, uud theroforo scattered by them. HK . ' which is a perfect beauty. The plete. VWMAW wood is very nicely finished, and reader can know but little of the 0. B Mounts, Druggist, Moscow, Ky.. ouch piece is well put together says lies ells Plantation Chill Gnro and real condition oyer thoro. A Coi.okado soldier llghling ou may huvo strong and firm. finds it suits his trade because it eradi! mi olTer llko this again, but wo cates tho system of all malarial po.Lson, with the army in Luzon, writes doubt it not from us at any rate. homo : "I had hoped to ho nt Thb niton Guard seems to be aud ho guarantees it. Heniember our suits ran go from homo and at work before this ; I apprehensive-thaA Cairo man has invented a chair the gold demo13.00 upward. Toil Cannot flluke Kllntnke feel ns though I am losing valuacrats- of Iickmnn will take pos- which goes under tho table, ami is com- ble time. My hoiirt Is not in this pletely out of sight when not in session of tho County Democratic The world is fast adapting itself to line. war us it was in the one I enlisted tho Convention in the interest of one littlo room schomo, which is so appar- to fight In, and I go into it pimply Stephens & Smith. ent in modern buUdtnir. With tho foldOno of itB Strongest Points is its of the candidates for Governor. ing bod and tho disappearing chair wo because I have to. If I were not an American, I think I would bo bo iu almost The facts are that few, if any, of ought to or in a way helping tho Filipinos. You inav DR. W. II. BRIGHT, a lox. element will take any part in any kind tbat ' Potato bugs aro said to bo more j "oil bo glad you didn't enlist in the' convention1 at all. Wowish, plentiful this season than for several tho war Hpit of tho consorBukcB Bisouiis iri 4 Mfnnteo Liplit Bread in 40 Minutes, 23 of Eoonomlcui Cookin9 tlioy would. The doors aro open. years past, aud tho potato crop Ls likely ship or matter in and out of MaBuying: a 'MujoBtio"' inoans n snort on And1 our contemporary may rest to no farmers account ot tiiolr ravages. nila, evidently soma of our uud gardeners aro kept The need Call H.id Examine- Them. You'll Ilwy no Other. Ofilco over Wilson's Book assured' tbat tbey are about as busy dosing tho plants with Paris Greon tho war with tho to bo told tlmt insurgents'is not fiti.l rtMint ixifkmtu lint- tl.n Ii...mj .In Building, aiueh divided as- to the presqut seem to diminish hV uumliers under tho a crodlUihlo one to the Uultod I will tit them m lor ao nuys. Socialism Follows Trusts. srair ," I got from Ed. Meyer at a birgain that ,5Sferi,7rt;?jh!!, ' ,:n , Tuv o,'?,:,f ,,i8 nilji IJVI 1IUPU "i : ?rcsh 11 VUllllll J) aH d. Wdlc r At Cost ! M1C.- 1 ZMyw 1 .,, I BOITDUKAITT. WILL SELL com-ninntiot- is ' pro-'duct- j ..,,,, n ggies, Harness, dies, Bridles, Etc., s - cai-es- lnJ' ,:, s Lozuncy's Chocolates, T . . AND INSURANCE AGENT. IWIillJ. I be-eans- e of-th- o ' i GK 1ST. HIElILjlVn HIckmaa, Kcatucfcy, 1 s j1 for Vulcan Chilled Flows, and Dealer in Disc Harrows, Di&cCulti lors, One Horse Cultivators, One Horse Harrows, nr-m- y d beginning $lt.00 g ixn r?MMuMM 1" m&kllM AWMMJiB The Best in the World t In, Baylag Oae of tftese Ranges! lilo-tlui- o to-liv- ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL! - I - PHYSICIAN. - .. Store,-Iloloomb- atoMlUktttlf-Uf- r UUj OtbOP cleiUOUt'.'luuwtheroioiaeaflUiH. States. Kxcbuujjo.- - HICKMAN,, KENTUCKY,, &&1 "fesfiffiaWftsS?- - VAatr MM' o- - r MrtiillUHH' HlWtllmt k" v 'r,'"w.?'.- - jf y, - -- r" V?9' I " yss-.- ; l.V'7 'V '" v 'w vmm . THE HICKMAN COURIER, COURT Uor(ro Warren. UIOKMAN, KY., yiilDAY, i ; : ; JUNE a, School In HOUSE ELECTION ORDERED CAUmiT.MtKSKILTMt. wikf.Iii:ss ti:m:ji:ai'hv tksts. , I'OINTS ABOUT KKSTUCKY. By County Fiscal Court. 181)0. I ont. was Huggewtwl to thu Court that tlio building of a court hoiwo m this counnt SHAW'S. W ueeeiwiiry for the public con von -J- oliu T. Dillou returned to Shaw, ty lenco of the citisMiiiit of this county, and JtLsM., hut week. Thu farmer urn now putting In for the prcHcrvntiou of tlio ptiblio of the county, and that for the lnlr Lent licks plowing corn. pnrMsuj)t onubllng tho Fiscal Court of Thu mw Litclodo Hotel will prob Fnltou county to build ti court Jiouio iibly Ik) completed li) July lt, -- Tho uprltiK chicken low made Its for Haiti county, that the question of flk- appropriating an amount equal toTweu-tAppearance on thn homo market. Tlioiuand (fl'O.OOO) Dollars, by Tlio City CounoU will meet in rotf. iug bomliiof tho county for that amount, clitr Hemlnn next Monday night. -- Mw. (J. Htitizikcr and daughter tiro payable to bearer in scriis of One Hundred ($100) Dollar cadi; thu first lidtluK relntlven at Highland, ill. Human nnturn in lirnudclotli who worth, or forty Ikiiios, p.iyablo two years from date, and the next forty bonds 1otter than human nature in rapt. payable three yuiiru from dato, and JHT Slmw'ji II. W), $3.00 and f.'.&O next forty IkhhIh four yoars from tho HliiMM rnn't lo Unit. date, and tho next foiiy boiids five years fnmi County Attorney, A. W. Lindsay, .1.., .. . ..1 1. i iiuiu, mm .1... 111m nirij- ikiikii nix ywire inn i... wan called to Fulton, Tucmlay. on from date, hoHUggtiNtitl to tlio voters of Fulton county tit the regular election to Mr and Mm. Sntir RoIktIh havo Imi held in imoIi precinct in wild county to relVivcn in St. on tho 7th day of November, 189f). as returned fnim a required by Section 10 of tho KenliOtlirt. tucky StatutcH. Tlio man with an ol.oitv ima;lna-(it'l- l Said motion is apt to mltuiko it for hi con Court, n majority being lint before the and miomm of whom Milonru. wero present, the follow Iiik Justices: belonged to him. tatdwell Stnr. -IW. Frcnr. mid wife, of Mark voted in favor of wild motion .1 w Tree Ark., are viHiting Mr. and Mr. Mayes. J. F, Mnuees and J. Hav.s Ilhilr. NO YVIHTF. TltASIl WANTED. ami it Iwiiig all tlio Justices Duo May. nono voting agaiimt tho motion ; where-UviiThe man who know a but nno thing as presiding tho ( ouuty Within n few monthn Long twin capable of giving adviro on all Judge of the Fiscal Judge, declared said Oonrt, Innu Ih to have nn industrial ooi-inlject. motion carried unanimously. And, on motion, It is further ordered ony made np of negroes from the Hlind Jon, thn relobrutcd violinist, inuriicinnlity of Union Oily, wiw the Char by wild court that an election 1m hold South. It will lion and pollH opened at thu ho vera 1 pre- in itself, conducted according to lb' TruvM, thu weok. cinct in this county on tlio 7th day of its own rulfls. and will start Its ex King np 00 wncn vnn want NovomW, M), it boing theduyofflir t0uuo with n population of 1,000, frtfdi Roll, Itniad, Fruit. Nut and No wi to person Cnudiitt, J..V. .,, negroes. for county olllcers-saigenend l),) PiTini tod to acquire prop-fro-- Mi Ivttclln Mtllivnl.of Union City, elision tnnccnr morutlmii sixty dav, this date, at which election the" erty for dwelling purposes within wan in thu city Hovcntl dayrt thu past appropriation suggested by tho court, its llmite but tlio factories which Mwk, vlnitiug friend. it tx'lllg a OUPMtnil Of tho issuillir Of! will f.irnluli tlm Imliikt rlul lifi. nf MIm Mall French left Tuesday to 111 Donnsor tne county, or niei,iw. ,nin i, n 11111 t ill mi .B.,..,i i... i,t,na iiiiLnt attend rnuimcnuc of Co..t 3 fA ,.nl. .)... Jtllttl .! Liiai lumbia Institute, Oolnmbia, Teuu. Inuri; V.irtv U,iU. In., M' IICIl IllW 118 practiced ill the MUi Hewio French, wlio in attend- date, and forty tKinds duo each twelve South, Ir tho dotermininc chuho months thereafter until tho entire, issue ( ot this coloi3 tbo colonists being ing Columbia IiiMtitntfl, Columbia, will rvcoivo her diploma Juno 7. U paid, wild lionds ls'lng payable to from tlio Htiitnu nf Hnnrolu Nnrtli Iksiht, mid bearing six ior cent. Inter Tlio tittle folk nro arranging to est fmni dale nnttl piid, said bonds to Carolina and South Oarolina. nnd navu a uiukrt denieat Sulphur springs bo nuule luvabb. at tho Farmers and should tills experiment prove n Hime timn wiliuu ttio next two or throe Mmrhuiiu' IliinV-- . irieknitm. Kv i. .mil stiuceNs other ,.. ..... ......., .. . ......... - - j Northern settleweek. tlio jincfcisls of wmciinroto 1k nst by nients for ooutliern negroes may Tlie OLD UKLlABLi: U the this court to enable thorn to build follow. Tho promoters of tho jiluco So grt 3'our watcli tlxcil cheap court house nt the county hito of thin ,roJe-sav l,u l micli Ih tho ' and furnish same, in this connand good. ty. imiiibmuKsl to the legal voters of nig on tho part of the belter Kverythisg In tho way of business county for their approval or re- - mont of tho negroes of the South Is moving smoothly except thn matri- Jection regarding the recent lynchings monial buxlnens. That ftocnu t- Imi a That said Imnds to bo insuol . by thLs ' ti,,,i inn nno nni..ru,l rumliluu wnniil ' n..al ln..rtl .....I nvfiHi.lj.jl iuiuiui-- uii Halxl little slow. jinuivii.i v linn cd form under the son! of tho County gladly leave the South and ootno It is reixirtcd here that Mr. nnd..Mrs. .....-.and signed by the Nortli if employment cnnld bo .1.1, i.l ... j.i,. xr..... ....i iiiiiihiuii t iiuti in .niiiu 'vonri 01 Kthis County,bo County Court, guannitecd to thoui. Oldctigo Jmljcy f Ihclr dfildren, nn ilnwa with tho .mall Pf f counter-signeby thu County JCocord. ..111. ,; U.Im .- , r ... F u.r SIioch 11 On motion of J. W. Jlaycs, ,T. V , It y ln. I - bus-ine- vi-d- l SlicrM" Fount Fiulior captured Thirty-elah- t To ml urn Kiitnnzo, tlio JnpntivMe Benntora mid ono hundred repreHoutntivoR mako Wnrtlrootn Steward wlm tlenertotl logidlaturd. tilt) itHlmllc whilo nt Oolnmhuiiw","'HH telegrnph in reporting tho lloth bnJiiches of tlio There tiro two dhiBionn In the yiindii). p'otint won there on IntiTiiiiilonitl Yacht Unco lias in- court of fipiienlB fbdr rh'embcrB Hint tiny anil lenrneil of tlio luj duced tho Philadelphia Prcas to in 0110 arid three in tho other Hortlon, ileoideil to koop n ooil net him u mnking foven in nil. harder Inak hi the homo'! 1(1 for Mr. Jul). h ho ontnn There arc thirty circuit judgen of IiIh discovery. It Arriving ul DIijuh hoIiooI hounif, ho rIihII employ it In obtain- nnd thirty coromouwcalth attoriiiHt .thiH Hide of Iierkely, Kotinl . ney. UHNIHl H lllllll, II IHl Wltll tlio ing and tratiHtnittlng new of tho hllW anoo of liurnett KIIIh, who, in Duko or Abruzzi'a polar company with IiIh wife wih com; inj.' from OoliiintiUH, huocolmIimI In The Flnko Ih alrpndy on his way capturing him. IIo vvuh brought steaming north toward Franz f on here, nixl time nlht IiIm cuptor Land. Cane Flora, mi nno of miff AIiirHlinl Tom Wnnlen left tlio itduudH of Franz Josef Land, ,: . . with him on Si for Hickman, ...1...... no win .iiinn. ih iktifiut. iinii "iiriu when the NhhIi villu was to ue milea nnrthoiinf i.f ir,n.im.irr,oi .Mondn. On nrriving- nt Hick-iiint- i near tlio coast of Norway. It then they procured n boat null Marconi wystom Iiiih nnv nhnnco; rowetl out to where tho NiihIi of Hncceeding ovor .',000 inileH it)1 villu vvriH anohored and delivered uugiu 10 Buueoun eaHiiy oyer ivv 2? their jiiiHoner to the novnl author- - inilcH. bIiIii. Tho Wellman nnd his party nro now IllOn on board tho XI111H1Y mill 'I'niii u'nrn rnvnllv re. irt Franz Josef Land. Andree may ceived nntl on being preened, lu there, and what hotter demonovor to break font and had stration of tho valno of tho Martho honor of dining with Gap coni system could be made than tain Mayuard. Whon Honrohed its insinuation between tho North the primmer had $000 on IiIh Oape, Norway, and Capo Florm. all of which the oflloorH ouid Franz Josef Lund I nppll-oatlon The report that Marconi in oom-jito thin hido in thu full to thn wurkingtt of tho Thdro nro in' the ututo 119 ooun-ti'eH- . FOR SALE! At Very Low l'riccs, (IreaU Under Tlicir Ya'lao.' ,, 'iS Two Wheat nsedbnt. ; 2 MowortvUay.lioad-- i 111 good condition er, and Stuiqp Fuller,, fyquiroor. Joho Ballow or J. W. Powuli for pricos and , Jnrther particulars. pn-- ,. Also. Cultivators, Plow8,,piow-Ro-pain- ;, &c, at.greatly reduced .prices. t Great bargains. Powell & Pno. '. IJinderH-rrlwe- ...- Htig-geHt- a - oxpo-dltlo- Jo-fi'- HfCttHtHCtttltiiM '.n 7. 1 11 - s; per-HtM- i. I. Tho life would disappear nnd tho deadly isolation of Arctic qnen-tio- Look at Your Hat Vi n WITH THE EYE OF A STRANGER. Might it not bo improved upon? Wo havo a stock which wo think would improvo any man. Thero Ls something hero that will plcaso overy tasto and every puree Such a largo stock of i of a winter in tho frozen with i, wiiRtes Ta-ipe- would tiiko on h now as- after tho polar explorers woro n direct homo. communication gu(tf Fl. I' ,... ) IfEV. Kyuan W. KiNO.n widely known Catholic priest, died n few days ago in n hospital nt St. Louis. Crash and Straw Hats, LATEST SHAPES. THE BEAVER HATSf In m We Have Carriages and Buggies nu-n- I ,( ,... Shapes to closo out ut Light Colors and Black-Ne- west , 11 11 11 $2.00. This is a VERY LOW PRICE, and tho Stock will' not last long. Think of it, Ten-mw- e, . . - -- ( u ?V t r's' COMINO IN t - BEAVER HATS FOR $2.0& Furnishing Goods Department, feel-count- y, - elo-tlil- V 1 - .., f CASH SHOE STORE, BICE &HBYL0R, -- Stutntts ly good results. They stretcb (ultivators, Plows, Binders, It is further nnlertsl that.l.T theSheritrof this county, be. wires on polos tho same ns an.v and is hereby directed to advertise s.iid other telephone iiut tlio box is a MOWERS, SICKLE GRINDERS, election, nnd t hnobiect thereof for at curiosity. It is nottitug more or least M0 days next before the dav there- - less than n uigur box with n ot in the newspaper in this county, hav- gquirrel k u stretched tight HAY RAKES, BINDER TWINE, ETC. mrgesi nrcuianon, inerein, aim "J "' l,e piibbsliod In the county, then ovip ,ft opening after inov Yon can bring in a Sickle Bar and wo ,f " will make yon a new blado out of "' I'"iitetl hand bills uosted np at three ng the lid. This Is attached to it at a small cost. And, by tlio way, in mi- imm mini ii' liiiu'en 111 ciicii pro file cud of the wiro and serves ns BINDER TWINE IS CHEAP, at cinct and at tho Conuty Site. both transmitter nnd reoeiyer. Tlw friends of tho respective candi- It shall w. lie duly of the ofllcers of nates for Stato ofllciis should war in sn id election In each precinct, and they They talk to t bo squirrel :.skin anil ' .,n get mind that Saturday Juno 17 is tho day, aro hereby ordered to hold said election .i..,,, .,MU ,,? 0ar nR',,nfl and thu Court Ifoif e in Hickman .the; they arc mured to hold elections for " reply. ninrin is given or SANDERS &, REEVES. "place, to make your choice known county olllcers, and said election shall the party "rung up" by tnpping Two fanners who Mrs. Heauchamn, l'reslnent of the bo held and conducted In all respects j on t lie skin. State W. O. T. U., delivered a short but under tho general election laws ob- iVe their bomoB eoiinooted in in uni vjoiniuoiiweaitn at tnut i that uiniiuer were out only forty- SunIxMntiftil address to tho lpi.-opH. M. Keauiiv, J. F O. C. day School, Sunday liLst. and rucuivisl time. five cents caoli for tho lino and thn thanks of the Superintendent aud Kid W. II. Shaffer, pastor of tho First Christian Church nf Union City, will nreacb nt Monut Hcrmon next Sunday . ... .r. subject will uiternnoii atn o cioeic bo "T1k Otilde and tho Goal. A Inrge crowd attend! Decoration errlcs at Mt Zlon, Saturday. A good atermon by Hcv J. II UolHjrts. n snln-- ' diit onitlon by It T. Tyler, and n splon- did basket dinner on the grounds. j .i i.lM (XJllUiy, 111(1 Inter- i fAiito GOING OUT ALL THE TIME. - Mnrsliall, I jwynttlo annually from the Tr ,,raK' w "" K- snrrendiTislldateIhi inndoIkiihLs, and nt Momw somo time ago, I Conic of the interest Sotriethlug now on tho samplo floor to to tho uthorith at Clinton the other shall be attached to each bondcouimuh which look at. Whenever you. wlsli to seo slay nnd was released on a AO0 bond. signed In tlw County Clerk on shall le All persons indebted to O. A. Hoi step something now and ; and said IhuiiIs to tie issued for the combo are untitled that thoy mnst come ly Into our largo Storo, nnd we will MM" MBAVEll HATS for f 3.00. pitrposo of selling them by u com m is-- 1 forward nnd settle. Delays aro dan Mko pleasure m showing you thro'. Furnishing (JcxxU sioner, to do appointed tierunfter by tlio gurous. vcrtmni baptuntl And, while here, don't forgot that wo Depnrtment, (yourt or otherw iso as the Court mar til handle tho Kick & Nayloiu rvot, and the money derived from ssid fcfpurrcl Skin Telephones. sales to hh alwve designated In Thi Itov. Archer Hoogher nreacb-B :si Line of Machiner? in Market. ttieconimeiiccincut Kcrinou of Hkk-ma- tlio order and tho entire manner of isIn some nrts of Fiko county College, Sunday night. His snl-je- cl suing and disposing of s.iid bonds to be "U is FinishiMi' was well handlod rrgnlatisl by this Court its required by Ky., thn farmers use a novel homo , . SUCH AS Article M) of Chapter 62 of the nnd Imprciwlvely delivered made telephone system with fair- IMIII- - V.IIIIW . ,., T ?, .... I i.i ni,.j. iit Ul -1- Forward - tNN3 HTQSLQt IS THE STAFF OF LIFE , A I , AND TO GKT . . . 1 n GOOD FRESH BREADS GO TO THE Ken-tuok- y .... Stul-blefio- ld, Kew Mi ii City Menj. i Bread, Calces and Pies Baked Daily ! -' -- Tropical and Domestic Fruits, Fine Chocolates and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco. - i io .,':., nl NOTICE! i' and RESTAURANT in connection. Como Soo Us I VCE CREAM PARLORS ICE COLD DRINKS served Tolophono 99.- - from our Arctic Fount. bclKKll. WlM'llt WlllltOfl. ''Instruments." Tlio First Tenncaso Ueglment, now in the Philippine Islands, will be mustered out by the llrst of August, says Corbin. A n umber of AVt Kentucky nnd West Tenne.s.see Itoystfo in this regiment. The Magistrates tn taking steps to build n new Court House, rirolwibly act-wiselT under the law und oiroum-stancebut there aro a groat many who think tlio present Court Houiio could lie repaired nnd added to so its to nnswer the public needs. CUL. Rb Ruck has had over 20 voars experience in repairing flue (Mvo him a watches nnd Clocks. ji chanco, lie will ninV.o thorn keep time, MUsJennio McOutehcii, daughter if W. L. McOutchen, was married on Mny Pth, ia Los Augolos, California, to n Mr. Neighbors, a prosperous j'oung merchant of that city. The Courier Is lato in publishing this bit of nows, but nono tho Ifss wo wish tho young couple a life of nbaadnnt oy aud h.iiplneKS. A snioldal opidomio Ls reported in Henry Cotnty Tonn. Fonr cilscs of olf destruction, threo men ami ono iflri, wero reported lost weok. HickAdjt-Cleuend d DuitlKO Ills two wooks' thoexoontlvo chair Lieut. Gov. Wortbingtnn released thirty-two convicts from tbo Stato penitentiaries by the usn of tho Small Pox at Jliibcow. pardoning power. Most of those pardoned were serving terms for It Is generally understood that Mrs. manslaughter or murder. Gov. R. S. Ivimbro living near Moscow has a genuine cue ol small mix though in a Bradley iesuod pardons Friday very light form. Wo aro reliably in- last in two small eases nnd roftis- formed that Dr. W W. ..Richmond, of.od several petitions loft over bv . .. . uiintnn, pronounced .Mrs ivimiu-othe noting Governor. HiuKiietvi nuiaii imix. hils nas created uo small aiiiguut of excitement in aud CUNTO.T1 IK.iJIf:. around Moscow. Fulton Guard. oceu-pnncv" s Iloen & Evcrwil annonnco that thoy sro in tho innrket to buy wheat, aud will p.iy the highest market price, in any quantity, small or largo lots. lions & EviiiteOL. IIKAIUjEYHOT. a KtiANirrniiT. Ivv ..., 97 .., M,. oil.,., n,,t.or,,nn iv- -i i.i ...., Vl.l . ... l..l.! l..r. kllin llltf l ll lli l if - iII .in iIMUIII1 111 l lull, ter an interviow with Gov. Bradley. Most all tho pardons issued by Acting Gov. Worthlngton wero refused by Gov. Bradley on previous potitions, honoe Gov. Bradley does not iudorso the free man Courier. uwoofthn power during his abRro. Warren, yon aro wrong, say two. sence. Gov. Bradley dltl not go How "Wo had only two in ono weok. tilings do grow whon somebody else to California during his trip ns has been reported. He Is still suffertolls it. Heury Conuty Hoiald. ing from rhoiinmtisui. & r- """"'" , farmers that they specially solicit their trado, and will do everything to merit settlomont with thom. ,, . .,. SETII CURLIN. wicir patronugo. uivo us iu chauco to May 4th, 1890. HOEV &T EVKUSOI, prOVO tlllS. Hoeu & Eversol, having1 Irauglit tho Hickman Roller Mills' auiumnco to tho Notico Ls hereby given to all parties or persons performing labor or furnishing mnterial for tho bmldiug or completion of tho hotel now under con struction in Hickman. Ky., whero tho Laclede hotel stood, that I will not bo responsible to thom for any work dono or material furnished on or for said building, but thoy must look to tho party who employs thorn, or contracts with Tito Dickhon thom for tho mnterial. Brick Co., contracted with mo toluruisb tho labor and material for said building and I havo paid under said contract nil that I nui to p.vy until tho building is finished according to tho contract. And no uinn need look to mo for payment of either labor or material, oxcept wh.it I may bo owing under tho contract with said Brick Company upon New City Bakery. HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS, JESTA-IliyiSIIEJ- 1850, TOM BILLON, Sr ( Successor Frop'r, Jeo'J.) to B. 0. I!mge, s2 Marble and Granite Monuments OTjrKBIIsrC3-- , STONE WORK of 11 Kinds, IRON FENCING, &c, &o. Hobson HAS QUIT HIS KISSING, BUT Hiokman, Zy. T lieUUlU ArJfrwrl Vw CX T)rMrnr &Z. RDLjdiO WANT TO SELL YOU lias tho nicest, Sanders Reeves 17 M. B. SHAW HASN'T QUIT ADDING o The "biwts of roproseutatiou of each county to tho Stato Convention shall bo ono dolegato for oaoh 200 votes and fraction consisting of 100 or moro votes cast for the head of Domocrntlo electoral ticket At tbo president! ul olrctiou of ISDO. 21, ISO!). iit Lonlsvillo, Ky., Juuo Gouto aud got you ono. Thoy aro good goods, aud so dump. Tho Doinocrnts of Fulton county nro romtostod to moot nt tho court houso In Hiokmiui, Saturday, Juno 17th, 1809, at 2 o'clock p. m., standard time, to delegates to thu Stato Convention so-lo- incn RUG-HE- The latest t rust is a. boot-blaoMORE AND MORE trust, which was formed In L'adu-ca- EACH DAY Inst weok. The boot blacks TO JUS STOCK OF of that city being effected by the froo shining of the local shoe houses, petitioned the city council to stop tlio freo polishing of shoes; and that body being touched by tho idea of the lads, who make a living by this method, Pfiaaod hii ordinance, prohibiting freo shining, iniioli to tbo delight ot tho little follows. k GROCERIES, Fresti Meats, Hardware, QueensWire, Hay, Oats, Bran, Lime, anil Cement. GrocQ2'lea$ Hardware Ozceetiszvare, zAnd Gents' Furnishing Goods Us WILL PLEASE YOU. v SI -- r r LlH Mi" 3tt3M& a.,; .a, Mt - ' - LOCAL NEWS. linHlllli lill KNTIltfSIASTIU iH IWllI I OK WdT9tlM llfcKMAl lI .MAX, I'UOU .MAN." Ql 41 "Vfe' ii f fl i 1 Aan Hainplool wliut nn old maid S7 Qncensware nt Shaw's, can do with a pen, tuiyn an ex Hlrrlrlc Itallwar. Old papers for sale nt this ofllcil at change, we tuihtnlt the following: 15 cents per hundred. Charles Beadle, one of the bet dl ' of tins county, is ,. ".Man '" n l " "'Ugen uniiuai ;""" Mrs. Geo. Cross and son, of h ' ol.neoo,id wnlkn on " Ark., wero in the city Tuesday. cnto for ll.o above caitcrprll 1H' i"11' forced end. iMont.., men 1 .'.V' Parents should send their inutility Pulton Leader says: born; we inner, heard lint'one children to the nautical training school. Beadles is onthusiostio over the pro .i..., . ... i "Vo can furnish you with every- ' " S " "lo ot ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES IN "lit SO DOor that ho rx wed electric railroad line to Nn iimn ever thing needed to build with for a Humpfe. iiIhii'h ,, linvii iinli-- iii ills iwwLi'ts. from l'ultou lo Hickman audi" it nind m(v,.i-,..tin . . . at . . . lite lis lull nl illH.ippointnicntH. ought to go by Bmwif a Schooljl attention to Hardware Tllis js WHIIt j axu tho middle? r do, jfrowln nml corn enh piped. i IS&. Special(JimvV lie ' .. PRICES, VERY . ., mi mirutu nt ulw.lt ii LOWEST i " nun Aeeuit . ... I... II... l...l 41.1 .1 in' in" goes n as Ing forth like linn in the morn in tho deep cuts or high grades tfljtoSi -P- lace your advertisement and leavea the wood for IiIm the obi state mid and State no Courier and watch your business grow. road. From the i'ulton Cornell to wlfeloehop, and in the evenliiL' The ditforeiico lietween repartee and IjilH,r, v (ji,,,,,dWniioo of It m he eneaketh home with pautii rip-"'- I Konlt Lumber, impudence is In tho size of tho speaker. ,.,$1,. ltj,w n)Utu ,'K iK,,,f stnu-R,Dressed Lumber, ped. and raineH Oain about bard Doora auil Yvindows, Prv,r TWnn. tin ilmi-woatlier ' H'vci except wnen mo ronillj . .... -. He ban hi grippe on road ... .....-.... Hash nml Blinds, when it lien . working day, and prophet predicts a terrible blizzard be-- Brown s wnlkn twenty Shltislcs, Nulls. of indea, et.inte v NOW ON MY (JOtTXTKKB. tween June 1A aud.Iulv I, with heavy ' the right a iiiIIi-to ti circttM. Ue n Builders Hardware, the direct linn. uliae chiet'ly to the Eastern snow, lie rulers Paints and Oils, Ibis can bo remedied livniittiiti? w u lour inilea Itirmn.li My pitrrhiiPfM this m'iikou Kuq.i(v.r all other In UICHNEHB, VA States. Lime, Cement and Piaster. rod straight forward through the ml tlie hiio'w mill borrow a horiM to B1KTY aud STYLE. The pattern am our own, and no Ed. Crosslnnd, a young attorney of or Louis tmnvder ami Mr fear of duplication. My shelter hm crowded with the rWe tt mf lllltl) , Ule ,,0HU,muB. Let us figure with yon. Mayfield, and son of Ham t'rmsland, tT wliiini mi. mil nnlv fn.'UCi world's best, latest and loveliest productions. Anioiig the lias returned front Hollo, Philippints, the right of way but will subscrib hb- NOVELTIES aro thrau: i an honorable dis- erallv. where he received A MIU ().K. L. &W. I charge from tho 1st Tumi, regiment. There :ire alvutt twenty men fin ' neighborhood liko Louis Bitivdi1"n ' It Ih evident Hint Callforniii f loaves Bread for S.e. ,.. tv.. :.i ii. ..i ti in ..... SO loaves Bread rr$! IO. btate In the Union ,l,0 ,hl Patronize home industrv and jsavo from Jim Browder.. Tim Kields. Ken- 20 to JlOe on the dollar, at tho New City der and others who will take wo to liijing claim to big trei'H. Itiiilroml Time Tabic. the amount of $1,000 each or mon Bakery. ,ckv pr(.ty lively "l,,,u It is hoiNil thatthe entcrprisuJwi is ' The Appelate court of Kentucky is sumo amoro tuhgibloBliatKiiit auctrly in the timber line, ah will lip oh K., 0. Sr. St. L R. R. sustaining the law requiring passenger date. j nerved by the follow ing: Ouo of LKAVKS; All II IV KM: trains to carry benarato coaches for ne " I tho biggeHt log-- j offered for p. m Trln No. J, 7 Un m. groes, and say that roads failing to ob-- jf rln Nv 5.1 f It .V LUNATIC'S a (ft p. in. Tmln No. 4, S.ltt KI.T0IIT. m Tmhi Nft..l, l 'sale In n Kentucky nw mill wan are subject to a heavy serve tins law penalty. fee" at P.iiluenh n iltty or two ago. . ,,, l() .ilMHrt irynn,,,, There f unlil to 7 nn uiinntr of r wn be A Tennessee editor says he dreamThe Whitsitt Wrangle. an him lwlOH & Uo , for I he Mtim of $114. It was ed he was in Heaven the other ulht. tlie IlopkiiiMVille And many others. He says he didn't see a single bill col- idiocy takes the form of a n iilnu feet in diameter, clxty feet The Whftsltt controversy in tlu lector nor a delinquent suNcriber there, long, and mid to contain 10.000 I have tho prettiest ntock of BILKH for Shirt Wnintit ever slimvu that ho haa HwalloweJ n Jtiptist Ohnruli will not entirely but that Paradise was tilled with big Democrat. lie goes aboni. H'U- - feet of retl oak lumber. heni. Also. WASH SILKS and SATTLN8. advertisers. I have added to my stexk, euhside, notwithstanding the re ling and rubbing ti Ik Nlnni.triaiid la--- The new fad among the voiinir Gkn. Wiui: Hampton, old nnd cent general (Join eniion relegat- dies now is the friendship hearr for the complaining of the bad taut Mliat Maine or sterling sil ..nmon nn into liU mnntli n i re penuileHM, declineH to have a ul. Ladies' Ready-Ma- de Shirt ed him to private life. In a re- cluun urorrlrhi. ith ver. engraved v the rmui. or initial Mlli. f iiiivjiiif ,,...., .ili( , irnb ceriptton taken up for bin benefit. markable Pennoi. in the Broadway of the friend, aro the ment common aud "i'jm ii in ine iinii' oi eery politician, ot long ago Here which aro ho much In use thlsKoaxou. They nm bonght church, Lnnisvillp, the pastor appropnat heu- were u number of vinltorn iviiio ei'iz'!' fo serve Ids stale direct fnun thu muiiufiieturers, are ivrfeat-tlltlnand very mum i oniiuv iiuii iii.v vyiuucr, ..,.,1...., 11 Uepnhlien.iH, wh ook CVr Helm Jones, denounced upon to tin so. and his Carter cheap, both of Hickman. Kv were ,f,i: , delight in hearine: thi lour whole reward nhotild be tho con- retiring Dr. Whitsitt op much the notion " O.VA'- -A lot of thc;, ohentHT thnn yon ran WHITE fellow complain of hiH uiiit;py rriiMinin-- r mi uavillU IUIIIIIUI Wlrtl prompted by malice, and founded New Madrid MiVsourian. umku thorn only Mo each. Tho above couple, (colored folk) en- - experience. lie was quen ..ied obligation." on ignorance. The congregation cloMcly as to how tho Deuvtral joy tho kind wishes of all. 1 ctinll.dly Invite eti'ryNxly (ocnllVnd my entire twk, applauded by stamping on the ami vomiuru quality and price. Tho supply of water from Water tiihted as he went down, am t to floor, the women crying, nml an Works is insulHcient and irregular, from whether the JeiTerfonian 71 nut burnt Beemed imminent. The the fact that they are cut olt from tho intioh distill bance in tho Ad no O. in the tnnuel. demonstration Gliowa the strong river by some break sufficiently the regions. The lunatic toot!. nil KVcitiTiiiari 11 When tho river falls hold Dr. Whilsilt has on hit) fol- Uity will repair the break. In the good nnturcdly mid patientl nml finally he said: "Pin aw fa Rind Hies and Clean, meantimo use Water sparingly. lowers. I If vruaii'fi M f ?ititili11sii t ii rt ...-- . iu gross oi nun iriiunvilll AC1 TI i M'l,,.,, oll- - oi ,ln lorm 53L.invu nuoni ,.u Fresh and Cold I !.,., ilMHi,Li,...nofnr,.ni,i,,u Socialism Follows Trusts. KCiI why. "BeeaUMO It I got from Ed. Merer at n ban-JiBut I will tit them in your watch for AOc, have killed mo on tho spot1 uon Mix-itlorauuays. j plied the sntlerer, Holemnly. Eugene Debs, the groat SocialF..llt. nrrrn TOnrrm, n.U.nrltu '' ' " 0 VlMI t OTS IrtlVelCd Oll. fl ist and labor leader, who played that his paper, tho Hickman Courier, is insane man passed his IijtnJ A I.I. FLAVOR, each h conspicuous part in the for sale. Mr. Warren has boon identi NJI-w- :. jSVmsmr-.'; Xf :.-ZM9i fied with tho pnblicutiou of the .irr relief. Hftttford.HernldXv great Chicago railroad strike, de- for moro than forty years, aud Ids new COGOCOlJA ."W" clares that ''Trusts nrp hut a step paper menus will regret tils- retirement; FKUITNKOTAU, DEATH. BLOW" TO IXV TAnm. from tho business. PadncahNews. toward inevitable socialism, and 1MIOSPIIATKS, Thern is msiii that it is nselest) to oppose them." boring towns,a with in ono of nnr noit-l- i Trust control of the proiVicive IOKS. pretty marriageable His iden is that If Trusts, the com- daughters, who has arranged to nut a energies of the country mrans CUUSHED FKUITS binations of great capitalists sire clock in his parlor that will play "Homn, ,lnt lho atiinulns hitherto given! nml LKMOXADK. sweet Homo at 10 o'clock; "Tramp,' . lo control the prices of tho pro- Tramp, tho Boys aro Marching" at 10 Ifi, iiivenuvo mkiii snail crime, uo ALL AS ...wl llT.l.iiniiv1i, "V.. fln..if ... in.,A wuu ducts of the field aud nmnufuc-turi- uu" u"uuiwui lone as inanuiac.turera iiiovk lip- Says tho Obion Democrat: Tho on competitive lines thero HS ar, COLO AS ICE CAN MAKE THEM. establishments, then the people in preference will elect to small poxKituat ion iu West Tennessee active demand for improve C sna nt COST, because lio doirt.s to cIom; out nil goods in this lino. has reached a Btage that calls forth put the Government in owneralarm. At Martin there aro a cbiuery, nnd the rewards td the A I'ltKHIl HOl'l'I.Y OK ship and control of of all such nniiiber of cases. Tho samo is true of men who invented were iiiunifceiit Fulton. Yesterday three now cases 8t.rv(Ml things. The socialist idea is that wero discovered here iu a negro family. a, ,..,,.,., .- -,, as n spur to the utcl, nf ,. Henry Emerson, proprietor of tho the Government should own all With t!m niiiirnim nf i. Ilickiunn the land, operate all the factories, us that hoMephono Exchange, iuforms (,olltroP, , by COInl,,llPB t.0ip,.ti is comtcmplatiiig putting in ., ... ' ie uheeked. Mn who railroads. &c, nnd teach that anew "switch board'- - ono much larg- (Tins pi.m:nt jiimo competition is ruinous to tlie best cr than tho present one which will en make improved maehiner, or (lis able him to givo- his patrous better scr cover aud uppb new s ecrrts ort Interests of the people. They al vice, and answer tho demands of las in nut tire for cheitpenini; pro ased patronage. so teach that it la to tho Interest and increasing profltn, will have Indications aroflatteriug for a large no market for tbn hli nf tiii.tr in of large capital to concentrate .MW.. ... t ...I ie.us power nnd kill out competition lo appio crop, ino pnwpecc ior noc oo are i ventlous. as u runes win uot so origin. fpi,..,. ...lit l"'v" ,0 Special attention given to tho selling nf Keal Kstatn of all kinds; & Kbit til - COWGILL (he end that they can control the aliniul.mr n5... ninl. . as .mnnv nf the . . . ...in And represents n full lino of tho beat and munt reliable Fire InsurI .: iu- "- linnln nl.... mty win ' and others badly vines supply nnd therefore the prices. jured. wero killedwill bo ance Companies doing business In the Htate, and that ''Old Reliable" There but very few bo told that tho trusts luvo no MUTUAL BKNliFIT L1KI5 INSIIllAN01: 'JO., that ha. alrrndy The Socialists contend that the peaches in this section. Many of tho competitors, and therefore need n.ild out largely over dlOO.OOO Life Insurance in Hickman nod vlclni- irecs wero winier-Kiiiebeno now Inventions. Government should do thin itli invent-- ' (MV U k I jty, and in issuing the cheapest and best policy of any regular Lift) An item that was published in tho nrs unrewarded ued inventlone UHlv cause they believe the GovernCourier bust week, and which took too pnrahzed. the incentive and lio-- i 'Insurance Company doing business In this country, Uo solicits ment will do it more equitable rounds of tho press, stating that a total i our patronage. Call and son him. teney ot the United States in tho ecllpso nun would occnr Monday than tho individual combines. OUR LIFE comtnerolal coiuiuest of the world last, evidoutly origiuntcd iu tho uiind 71 will bo seriously hindered. of some amateur astronomer who-,failed to come true. It Wits not This conclusion is not conject Peace in the Philippines. laid down iu the almanacs. oral, it in inevitable it truMH atLast week the news was that this Tho way wo spell "proprnni" iu tain the dimensioiirt and poorer to pro, shop is which they seem to ho tonilinfi. the Filipinos were negotiating gram and tho way wo pronounco it Ls for terms of peace, that they were program. Commencement announcers Tho annual report of ploa.so N. H. Your pronunciation is exhausted with the unequal war unjustifiable even if yon spell it "pro- of the Weather Hureau the Chief bliows n against the Americans, and that gram," becauso you don't say "epi- remarkable increase In Hie of or "rtiugrum," do yon? gram" farm property bj lightning during their- - surrender was bound to Hollis come. This week we have news week by tinsKirk, who was injured last j ,iiiu inoi iuw years, uiniiouvh- premature disohurgcof one j0ll however, whether this is duo almost to the contrary, that fight- of tho gnns used in llriug a salute to tho ' 'of thuiuleislortuB gunboat Nashvillo, u up and about ing is on, and that tho Filipino ar- agi tin, and wo aro clad to state that or to the more extended facilities my has been largely re inforced. hiH injuries, tliough painful, aro not lor securing Information. At ores-en- t says, the Weather Iiurean lias a cor- is spent m bed. Tholx'drooni should lio And the news is Farther that our serious. Hollis still iu"though slightly disfigured, bo's tho ring." cozy, cheerful and full of comfort respondent in every corner of own army must be largely lucrens-esuggestive of rujKwu and sweet As a precaution against tho spread every county of the country, who Mowers, Binders boforo wo can hope to conquer of small pox, Union Uity has notified keeps it posted dreams. nil coiieermnu prospective colored excursionists to them. The news has thus alter- Cairo that such wjll not bo permitted evonts of Intel est to the farmers' For X O . Call nnd look nt rny Implements beforo buying. Dear wo sell a O nated since tho to return, Other authorities have tak- niKt (lie public general, while far tho disease of this unfortunate trouble, and en liko precautions. Sotlso colored peo- formerly Its system of newsgnth-orin- g SET has been chiefly among was imperfect aud lucom. to much that the most intelligent ple, and theroforo scattered by them. plotc. which is a perfect beauty. Tho reader can know but little of the O. B Monius, Druggist, Moscow, Ky wood is very nicely finished, and each pieco is woll put together-stro- ng says lies ells Plantation Chill Cure and real condition oyer there. A Colorado soldier lighting on may havo and firm. finds it suits his trade becauso it eradian otfer liko this again, but wo cates tho system of all malarial po.i.son, with the nriny in Luzon, writes ! home : "I hud hoped to ho at doubt it not from us at any rate. Thb .ballon Guard seems to bo and ho guarantees it. Remember onr suits rango from homo and nt work before this ; I apprehensive that the gold demoA Cairo man h;us invented a chair $m.00 upward. You ('Miiuet Itiitke a KllMtake feel as though I am losing valuagoes under tho tablo and is crats' of niokman will toko pos- which out of sight whon not in nso. ble tiino, My heart Is not session of tho County Democratic The world is fast, adapting itself to tho war as It wns iu the one I in this enlisted Convention in the interest of one httlo room schemo, which is so appar- to fight Iu, and I go into it simply Smith. Stephens ent in modern building. With tho I linvii to. of the candidates for Governor. Ono of its Strongont Points Is its If I were not bed and tho disappearing chair wo because in almost nn American, I think I would bo The facts are that few, if nny, of ought to bo in a way helping tho Filipinos. You may a 1L BRIGHT, DR. I tbat element will take any part in any kind of box. ' Potato bugs aro said to bo inoro woll be glud you didn't enlist in the' convention1 at all. Wo wish, plentiful this season than for sovlral tho war.' In spite of tho censorBakes BiHouils in 4 Mfnnteo Light Bread In 40 Minutes. i tliey would. The doors aro open. years p;wt, and tho potato crop Ls likely ship of matter in and out of Maof Economical CookltiS Baying u "'Majestic"" moans a short on ravages. And our contemporary may rest to bo farmers account of thoiraro kept nila, ovidontly some of our Tho and gardeners H ami need to bo told that no Them. Tfon'II Office over Wilson's Rook assured' that they are about as' busy dosiug tho plants with Paris Urcou the war with the Insurgents is not as- to tho present and othor poisons, but tho bugs.do not much1 divided Building, seem to diminish bv uumlivrs under th a oreditublo ono to the Uulted 4iuxlikU!i uuy. otuor olomoutv moat, hcroio uioaAur&u StatoH. JCxchuuBO.- KENTUCKY, HICKMAN,, HM.TO.V Going to Build This Spring? , ' Bar--Held- 1 i """"""' jut "' i f'&''V1V'''f t Spring Opening! JLm HIGH-CLAS- Sl- "" -- 1 m-- SPRING AND SUMMER - ! a r.- 1 fchool-house- Dross Roods! Arundel Pique, Siren Dimity, Lucerne Cheeks, Egyptian Madras, Persian and French Organdies, Lawns, I I incK-rahb- P. S.Ellison ..' '''' . ......... Claris -- 0' Devon Pique, ,,,,, 'Ml A eer hulnci-tuitio- 1 , Waists, g "' ryw .,., n'u I i"eil I '' Am BSJie 2sH. AMBERO. vS tu & ,' n . . Seda Water, At Cost ! WILL SELL "j ! ' ' n "'"' M Buggies, Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Etc., so-rio- i ..,.. - ,. rmi-w.i- Lozuuey's Chocolates, c,mv . T. TYLER. j?luJ&Lti ESTATE Received Every Week! COU'lilli AND INSURANCE AGENT. "" k i . ' ,""n """ . j , l') "'e 1M iitiu;irt'i'H. u t lALr of-th- e o n O--. 3ST. IIIcfciBiia, HELM3 Kcatucfcy, Hay Rakes, Forks, Sole Agent for Vulcan Chilled Plows, and lo-- s I ,,i' rHn"i Dealer in Disc Harrows, Disc,Cultivators, One Ilorso Cultivators, One Horse Harrows, and d Buckeye beginning l) ic , it Majestio" Oosking laages, The Best in the World com-ploto- ly fold-in- g & In Buy lug One of tiiese Ranges t lllo-tliu- o to-liv- o W. ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL Examine PHYSICIAN. . Store,-Holoomb- liny Oilier. - m& -ft' M fr" -- .w - -- Hir 'i? f- -' .r.-- f I r nwMMWim IIIW THE HICKMAN Gflorgo COURIER. COURT HOUSE Warren. ELECTION ORDERED (MUdllT A IlKSKKTIMt. WIltKLCSS !!! IT ' 1 , TIUiKHKAIMir TESTS. in com- - Sheriff Fount Fiulior cnptnroai Toiiiliirn ihe report that Mnreoiil l'OINTS AIIOUT KUNTUCKY. Thtiro Uro in tlio Btato 110 coun Tliirty-eiah- t Benntors ntut ono Hundred representative!! mako both brunchefl of tlio lecinlfttnrb. Thore riro two dlvisionB In tho oodrt oT npponlfl fodr m'omhers in ono arid three in tho oilier innkiiif! xoven in nil. Thoro aro thirty circuit judges and thirty commonwealth attorneys. , FOR SALE!', At Tier Low .usc-d.bu- t. , HICKMAN, KY., : JUNK : : : FRIDAY, School l 2, laoo. out. DGuShoeant SHAW'S. .loliu T. Dillon returned to Shaw, M1kM., liwt week. Tim farmer urn now putting in lielr Lent Helen plowing corn, Tlio now Ludodn Hotel will probably bo completed by July Int. Tho dprliitf chicken liim inudo iU flppoiirtiuco on tlin homo market. Tlio City Counoll will moot in reg- ular Howion next Monday night. nnd dmiKhtor nro vlidtlnK rvlntivw at IUkIiImikI, 111. i Human naturn in is no tbuttrr than liuuian mil tiro in pikk. Hhitw'n II. W), $8.00 and $2.&0 Hhon can't bo Unit. Homily Attorney. A. V. Lindsay, i. wan called to Fulton, Tuesday, on liro.-idclotl- -- Mm, (J. Hnnzlker gjT bus-Inew- liOlliri. Mr. nnd Mw. Hentor RoIktIh havo returned fnim a vhil to reln.ivcH m St. Tho man with an olnntio lin:tt;itu. tiou li apt to iiiLilnku it for libi con-.oiene- Tree Ark., aro mibject. H. W. Krcnr. and wife, of Mark vImIUiik Mr. nnd Mm, Doo May. Tim mnn who known but ono thlni? fool capablu of k'vUik advico oil all of Union City, was tli5 Kuixtuf Charlie Trnvui, thi CaudieM. Wind Joo, tho celebrated vlollnbd, week. IW fV. Rliitf up fresh llolLi, IJroad, Mbw Hntella when yon want Kruit.i, Nub and I t week, vMtinR friend. Mb Miill French left Tuesday to attend commencement exerclCH of Oo lumbin Institute, Columbia, Teun. Mlw HrMo Krenrli, wlio lit attend. ln Columbia Imditnto, Columbia, will receive her diploma Juno 7. Tho little folk nro iirranL'Wiir to have n basket plrnto at hnlpliurnprinpii Mtme titno within tbu next two or lliroo Metrhantit Hank, Hickman. Ky., and enocesH other Northern settleweek. the proceeds of which are to lo used by metits for Southern negroes may Cl9 Tho OLD RELIABLE U the this court to enable them to build a follow. Tho promoters of tlio jilaco to fjet your watch lixed cheap H" ,l1 ' ' l" l,"l county, and furnish same, in this conn- J,,nJeand good. bo part of the belter elo yotent of. '"K ty. bosiibmitted ttithelegal KverythlnR In tho way of limine of tho Sontii this comity for their upproval or re-- , men t of tho Hianothly except the matri- jectlon. it moving reganlliig the rocont lynchincs monial huidiimt. That Room to In) a That said bond.1 to bo issued by this that 100,000 colored families would CJonrt and executtsl and Issuetl on print-little low. the sitnl of tlin Lkintitv gladly lenvo tho South and come It rttortvl bent that Mr. and Mm. eil lorms iiniu--County, and signed by tho North if employment cnnll he Court of this I'M. Meyer anil, probably, one or two of presiding Judge of tho County Court, Uiiarmitecd to them. Chicuco their clilKlreii, nn uowa witn mo nmnii mid counter-siguctby tlio County Kouord. COMING IN Ihix. 4AJrtin, xun. Tonrt Clerk of thU comity, -- and later- 7(ltl T1rftirr .1wt tlinl V.I Af.il. ni GOLNG OUT ALL THE TIME. tst 1mi liiiiilf payable annually from the nt Moayiw Homo time no, urrendered , date of the londs, nnd interest .counons Come Soniethlug now on tho sample floor to . . . ....ii ih .. . hi inu uinniie ni bunion ino otner siiuii .. aitaciusi. to each .oonu wiiicii look at. Wheuoveryou wish to seo lay nivl wan relejued on n $600 lmnd. Miall bo idgned by the Comity Clerk on- - j All persons indebted to O. A. Hoi step something now and ly; ami saiil umiU to Ik Issued for the, comueare notuieil that they must come into our largo Store, and wo will J1KAYK11 HATS for 2.00. purpose of helling them by a coinnils-- forward and sot lie. Delays nro Mko pleasure in showing you thro'. rurnlshing Uoodi to Im npjtoiiitetl hereafter by tho gerous. Verbum Sapient i. Ahtl, whilo here, don't forgot that wo Depnrtment, or di iuirtami otherw we as the Court maysaid hnudlo tlio Ktcr. & Njm.oa. tho money derived from net. .Squirrel .Skin Telephones. Miliw to lsuxed an nliovo denignated in Th ltov. Archer Hoogher nreacb-i'B st Line of Machiaor? in Market. tticnutmencriueut utTinou of Hli:k-mn- tho order and tho entlro manner of In some ports of Piko county and (lisnosiug of s.iiil bonds to be College, Sunday utgtit. His "I Is FIhUImmI' was well handled rrgnlattsl by this Court as required by Ivy., tho farmers nxu it novel homo , SUCH AS Article (I) of Chapter f)3 of the Ken- made teluphono system with fairand imrirtiwivi'li delivertsl. Statutes ly good results. They stretch Kid V. H. Shrffer, pnatorof the First tucky further iiltivators, Plows, Binders, It is .I. T Stul- -, wires on polo tho samo ns any Christian Church of Union City, will blefleld. ..1- onlered that , II. of lllll ll'UIIIY, be, nt Mount Hermo.i next anurtny BI u hmbv (ur0cted to advertise s.dd otI,r telephone but tho box is a iifli'rnnnnnl'Haelnck. Ilh subject will election , ami the object thereof for at curiosity. 1 t is not mil tr moro or . .. .. . in. i ru. i. nun. iiiiii run .-"- .nii " " least uo tiays nexi ueiore tne nay there-- ' less iiian n clear nox with it RAKES,' BINDER TWINE, ETC. county, huv. nqulrrel A large crowd nttcnWl Decoration t0'1" "'e newspiipr in this nkin Btretched ticht H IY circnlHtion, therein, and ,)Ve jMTrlciii nt Ml Zlon. Saturday. A good, "' 'e "nil, lifter iiiov Y m can bring in a Sickle Bar and wo . "' ft n...,nn i. u.... i it ...Vi.. if nniifl Im itiililisiifMiiii tluxvituirv. flimi Ull. This is llttllcilOtl to ilA.. .. .. l'' IV. I. - , ...?l' . Htlll .. lV tirililiHl hand bills tMstf.1..-,-mi nUl.r.,, ' 'Hff will make yon a new blado out of .11.1 ....,,.., I II ... ..... . v mi.. , ,. , niivi.it at a small cost And, bv tho way, oi tno most puiiiiP places at each pre- - the end of tho wiro and serves as on the grounds. situ basket dinner I BUSTDEU TWINE IS CHEAP, at cinui ami at the t'onnty ftite. both transmitter nnd receiver. Tlie friends of tho candiIt shall lie the duty of the ofllcers of dates for State ofllecfl should lear in said election in each precinct, mil they They talk to tlio squirrel skin and I. mind that Saturday June 17 Is tho day, are hereby ordered to hold said elect ion then put tho our ni;ainst it to got nod tho Court Houso in Hickman, th they are required to hold epVtions for a reply. Tho alarm is (jiton or SANDERS &, REEVES. "place, to mako your choice kuown. county officers, and said election shall tlio party "rune up" b.v tapping Mrs. Hcauchamt), IVraiArnt of thf be held and conducted In all respects on the skin. Two farmers who State W. O. T. U.. delivered a short but under tho general election laws ob- havo their homes connected in taining m this Commonwealth at that beautiful uddrccx to tho Epih?pal that manner were out only forty-flvII. M. Kbaiuiv. J. V. C. C. School, Sunday bust, uud recolvtxl timo. cents each for tho lino and tlir thanks of tho Superintendent and Notico is hcroby given to all parties 'Itistrnmonts." bcliool. WlHMlt WillltlMl. or persons perf6rming labor or furnishHoen fc Kversol nunonnco that thoy Tho First Tenne.so Hcgimeut, now DuitlNO his two wooks' ing material for tho building or comin tlio Philippine Islands, will be mus- aro in the market to buy wheat, ami of the exoontivo chair Lieut. pletion of tho hotel now under contered out by tho Unit of August, nays will pay the highest market price, in Gov. Wortlntigton reloasod thirty-- struction In llickumn, Ky., whore tho Corbin. A unmlicr of any quantity, small or largo lots. two Hoe.v & Evkiwoi.. convlctH from tho Stato Lacledo hotol Vct Kentucky and West Tenuesseo not bo that I boys are in this regiment. penitentiaries by tlio ueo of tho responsible to stood, for any will dono work them .Small Pox nt Moscow. pardoiiiticr power. Most of those or material The Magistrate In taking steps to furnished on or for said liardlllioil worn mri-ln- r build n new Court House, probably forma fur It h Beiienilly niiilewioojl that Mrs. m.tuslaiiBlitor or murder. Gov. building, but thoy must Iool: to tho parwisely under tho law and circumty who employs them, has n stances, but there aro ngreat many who It. S, lumhro issued pardons I'rldny them for tho material.or contracts with Tho Dickhon think tho present Court Houko could Iks genuine case ol Btm.ll pox thonh in Brick Co., contracted with mo to turnlsh repaired and added to ho as to answer very light form. Wo aro reliably in- - Iftft in two ainall cases nnd that Dr. W W. Richmond, ofPd several potitioiiB loft oyer by tho labor and material for said buildtho public needs. ing and I havo paid under said contract uimiou, pronounced .irs. iviiuuni's tlio nctllic Governor. Bob Ruck has had over 20 HicKiiotut siiiait ih).. xiils all that I ant to p.vy until tho building iias voars experlenco In repairing flno uo small amount of excitement created is finished nccording to tho coutract. in ami watches and Clocks. Give liim a arouud Moscow. Fulton Gnanl, CUSTOM K. Anil no mnn need look to mo for payho will mako thumkeep time. jt chauco, Hoen ei Kversol, having- - bought tho ment of either labor or material, oxcept MUs Jonniu McOutchon, daughter Hickman Roller Mills1 unumiiico to tho what I may bo owing under tho conUUADLHYIIOT. farmers that they specially solicit their tract with said Brick Company upon of W. L. McOntohcn, wiw married on May 0th. la Los Augolos, California, to trano, ami will do everything to merit settlement with tlium. ICV FUANKFOUT, Mnv 27. SETII OURLIN. n Mr. Neighbors, a prosperous young Acting Governor Wnrthiiw'tnit "'Cir patronage, uivo us a. chauco to May 4th, 1890. merchant of that city. The Courier Is 4 1UI..1 VV ij I iiltUUl ato in publishing this bit of news, but left this morning- for his homo af nono tlio lfM wo wish tho young couple ter an Interviow with Gov. Bradley. Most all tho pardons issued A lifo of abundant Joy and happiness. Acting Gov. Worthington A suicidal epidoniio Is reported in by Henry County Tenn. Fonr cases of wero refused by Gov, Hradloy on ttolf destruction, threo men and ono previous potitions, honoo Gov. 4flrl, wero reported last week. HickHradloy does not iudorso tlio free man Courier. u no of tho power during bis HAS QUIT HIS KISSING, BUT llro. Warren, yon aro wrong, nay two. Gov. Bradley did not go In ono week. How "Wo had only two things do grow whon somebody olso to California during his trip ns hns been reported. Ho Is still suffertolls it. Henry Comity Hoiald. ing from rhouiimtiBin. & HASN'T QUIT ADDING 17 Inoii 3Instho nicest, Tlio latest trust isujhoot-hlao- k MORE AND MOIIE Couio ond get you one. They trust, which was formed In I'udu-ca- 13A.CU DAY uro good goods, and so cJioap, last weok. The boot blacks TO HIS STOCK OF Tho Domocrats of Fulton county of that oily being effected by tlio nro requested to moot nt tho court houso froo shining of tho local shoo in Illokuian, Saturday, Juno 17th, 1800, houses, petitioned tho city counat 'i o'clock p. m., standard timo, to select delegates to thu Stato Convention cil to stop tho froo polishing of itt Louisville, Ky., Jnao 21, lSflt). The shoes; mid that bodyboitig touch"basis of reproseutatlou of eacli county ed by tho iilen of tho lads, who to tho Stato Convention shall be ono mako a living by this mothoil, slolegato for oaoh 200 rotes and fraction pasaod an ordinance prohibiting consisting of UK) or moro votes cast for head of Democratic electoral ticket freo shining, iniioli to tbo delight tho -sof tbo little follows. ( tho jvcsidcnUul olectlou of 1SD0, - Millard, of Union City, wait in (ho city iioverol day tho pant Ten-iiewe- e, Kiimnzo, tlio .IniiHiL'8eji"i: to this hitlo In tlio full to By County Fiscal Court. SttnTiiril who iItsHrlt i'rintt'iwl tho workincH of tlio ... Hit) rtitulmlM! whilo nt Columbus wlielfHH Iflejjrnph in reportinc tho On motion of J. W. Mayes, J. I'., it Siintliiy. Fount wiih there on Intel uiulonal Yticht Unco linB wax HiiKfteHtcd to tho (kuirt that tho Hint flit v nnd learned of thf tho I'hilhdolphiii I'rees to biiildiui: of a court hoiiHu in thlH coun- Horlioii, decided to koip u yooil Hot him it Imrder tank in the ty Is necesttary for tho jmblio oonven-ioue- c'ti for .Mr. Jiiii. tin ho oiiino lioine! or bin discovery. It hur- of tho clIi.uiiH of this county, and Arri vine nt IJirtiM flohool hotineI mo uu niiaii employ n in OUttllll-flinfor the preservation of tho public ro- - j juat thin hWIu of iletkely. Fontiti nnd triiiismittlne newn of tho cords of the county, and that for tho biiw IiIh mail, mill with tliu iiHsint purposnot enabling tho Fiscal Court of iinuo of Hurnett Kllin, who, In Dukn of Abruzzi'ti polar J' niton county to build a court houso coiiiDiiny with IiIh wlfo whh coiii The Duko Ih nlrondy on hie wny for said county, that the question of '"f from OolumbtiH, Niincvcilnil In ituiuuute(tial to Twen- mi pin rinj; im tn. in; whh orougut. gti'iimiii! north toward Fmur. Jo-o- f appropriating an on hero, mid Unit night IiIh captor Land. Oune Floni. on ono of ty Thouxand (fJO.OOO; 13ollurs, by anil MnrHlnil Tom Vnrlti left tho irlandN of Franz JoHef Lmid,' lximlrt of tho county for that amount, lit in on 81 tor liiukmiui, where ho will bind, Ih about 700 j jhiynblo to bearer in series of One Hun- with when ho Nanhvillo wiih to liu inileH niirtlioast of Ilnmmerfcst, dred (I00) Dollara eneh; tho HratJI.WjO Monday. On nrrivinj! nt Hick-iiiii- tifiir tho coast of Norway. II the! worth, or forty bonus, payable two vonrs they procured ti boat nnd Marconi hystoin Iiiih nnv chnnco' from date, and the next forty bonds rowed out to where tho NiihIi of HiicouoditiK ovor .',000 iiiiIhh it' payable three years from date, and thoi villo ivnn nuohored mid delivered oucht to Hticuooil cuHlly oyer 700 next forty bonds four years from date, their jiiiHoner to tho iniynl author iiiileH, and tho next forty bonds fivo years from ilioN on board tho Hhlp. The Wellinan nnd his pnrty nro now date, and tho hint forty Iwnds nix yearn iif Franz Josof Land. Androe may from date, boHtiftKUHtcd to I lie voters 'of Sheriff mid Tom wero roynlly veil mid on bcin preuHcd, bu there, mid what hotter demon-s- t r niton county at the regular election to Ih) held in each precinct in wild county ovor to brealifust mid had ration of tho valno of tho i on the 7th day of Xovcmbcr, I BOO, a.s thu honor of (lining with Capsystem could bo mado than required by Section lhMlof the Ken- tain Miiymird. Whon Honrohcd its installation between tho North tucky .Statute. jier-HtSaid motion Itolnt; put before the tlio prlHoner hud $000 nn IiIh paid Capo, Norway, nnd Capo Flora. nil of which the oillcorft Franz Josef Land ! Court, a majority and miorum of whom were present, the folhiwIiiK JuHticcs bulonj,'ed to hlin.Ilai dwell Star. I'ho deadly isolation of Arctic voted in favor of Bald motion: J. V. lifo would disappear mid tho quesMiiyt-jt- , J. 1''. Mnnet and J. Hays IJlair, tion of n winter in tho frozen NO WIIITK TRASH ATANTKI). it beliiK' all the Justices and wastes would tako on it now asnnnu voting Mpiiust tho motion ; whert-upopect after tho polar explorers woro Within n fow tnonthB liOtit the County Judge, as presiding Judge of the Fiscal Court, declared said Ih to liuvo nn industrial col- in direut communication with motion carried unanimously. ony made up of negroou from tho homo. And, on motion, it is further ordered by said court that an election Ik held South. It will be u municipality Ijev. Kyran V. Kino, n widely and polls be oiiencd at the hevcnil pre in itself, conducted iiocnrdiui; to cincts in this county on the 7th day of its own rtiloB, mid will start Its ex known Cntholic priest, died n few November. IWKJ, It being theIw.I.V of the JHtonco with h population of 1,000, (h.yfl ucn in n hosiiltnl nt St. Louis. day I.. .1,1. l " No white person ",,,1 """ ,"""' ntuii ""in""? Ml.negroeH. viiiiiit j '."itiiij nit . . iiivf. " .' to occur more than sixtyt oavsi will mi iii.riiiiiii.il i.i ui nniri iiriiii election from tl.U date, at which election the rty for dwollmu purposes within IVa Have Carriages appronriatiou suggested by tho court.! its llmlte but tlio factories which it lng a question of tho issuing of will furnish the IiiUiifit rltil life of $vo.uu in iionds of the county, of the' ,,, , w, b( ow,1)i Jy wtiitPB. and Buggies deuominatinu of ( 100 each, duo as fol- T UH pructicod in Hie "Kx l(ll'l ! Vnrtv lytlflu dun two years from date, ami rnrtv bonds ilnn eacli twelve Sotltll. Is the (lotermlllillC UflllHO motiihs thereafter until theeutiro lssuof ot this colony, tbo colonists being i paid, said Umds lsdng payable to from tllO StatOH or GoorKill, North bearer, and bearing six par roiit inter-- ! 0nr(,,mi nl,j Soulh Carolina, and est from tiato nntil paid, said iKiudstoi , . . ., , :. . .......... ...iniBiBiBii . irriiia u ho made p.ivoble at the runners anil unniiiii wiiiu - tins. I'rlccs, Greatly Under Their Yaine.' .... d nppli-natio- n o g Two Wheut BbiderfiTrbeeu in giKKl condition ; 2 MoweJHayLoaln er, and Stmnp IJnllnr RnqiilrofltiJohol Hallow or J. W. Powoll forpneosand further particulars. ,.. , ni , r It t. Also. Cultivators, Plows, .flow. .Repairs, t&c, at greatly reduced .prices. i Great bargains. Powell & Bko. '. ? 1 p oxoo-illlin- I m&zmmmQQmmm - , ti i I ii 5 J ro-c- j Mar-oon- Look at Your Hat LATEST SHAPES. tli WITH THE EYE OP A STRANGER. Might it not be. improved npon? Wo havo a stock which wo think would improvo nny man. Thero Is something hero that will please ovory tasto and every purso. Such a largo stock of M jin-scu- n, Ih-lan- d Crash and Straw Hats, . 'ft THE BEAVER: HATS, in Light Colors and Shapes to closo out at Black-Newest .... - :w $2.00. This is a VERY LOW PRICE, and tho Stock wilf not Think of it, las-lon- - i "" ,..... BEAVER HATS FOR $2.Q& Furnishing Goods Department, - neg-roo- s X SX CASH SHOE STORE, RICE & HRUOR. I 1 r - l &- - -- I 1 Forward! fD Bread IS THE STAFF OF LIFE I ii 1 ilau-Hloiin- d n 'juwsriua . . . AND TO GET . . . X1G00D FRESH BREADS snl-je- ct GO TO THE I - kJIII-- i fw nt Giuj BaEery. - w i,.--4.i- i- ... : ' .. Bread, Calces and Pies Baked Daily ! FOIt i, -- A. L "? !. HDBA.lQtJVIlTEItS Tropical and Domestic Fruits, Fine Chocolates rcxjx-ctlv- and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, and RESTAURANT in connection. Couio Sco Us I VCE ORE AM PARLORS ICE COLD' DRINKS served Tclophono 00. Sun-sl.t- y o NOTICE! from our Arctio Fount. ooeu-pano- v ITew City Bakery, HICKMAN MARBLE WOKKS, TOM DILLON, ( Succcisor to 11. Adjt-Oenor- net-I'- d ' t.,,ii., rofua-forme- d Sr., Prop'r, IUmt, dee'd,) ) O. TIt.il) Marble and Granite Monuments STONE WORK of nil Kinds, I'.-v.- IRON FENCING, &c, &o, Hobson Siokznan, Ky. IMfsrd S '- -y.m Rsgers WANT TO SELL YOU Sanders Reeves M. B. SHAW RUG-UIE- b GROCERIES, Fresfe Meats, Hardware, 5ueense liny, Oats, Bran, Lime, nnd Coinont. Groceries, Hardware, Qzceenszuare, And Gents' Furnishing Goods! VJPJES WILL PLEASE YOU. f s ,rH-- ', - -f -- a1, - x ,'r . l . t l- - I", the great railroads and over the telegraph poles of the continent nnd says: "Here nre my heart and hand, ltc mine Let the millions of the people Dr. Talmage Eloquently Portrays forever." north, south, cast and west forbid the the Country's Dssfiny. banns of that marriage, forbid them at the ballot box, forbid them on the platform, forbid them by great organizaSlonopoly (lie OvrmliniliMTliiK Curae tions, forbid them by the overwhelming of Our l.itml MhllWni nn Kvll sentiment of an outraged nation, forbid 1'nHcr-lnnlc- lU a Source them by the protest of the chinch of God. forbid them by prayer to high of Wrnknrm, Heaven. That Herod shall not have this Abigail. It shall not be to Copyright, 1S. by Louis Klopscn. monopoly that this laud 13 to In this discourse Dr. Tannage speaks he married. of sonic of the perils that, threaten our Another suitor claiming the hand of xinerlo.in institutions, nml points out this republic is nihilism. Hip path of safety; text, Isaiah C2:4: He owns nothing but a knife for uni'TJiy land slinll he married." versal cutthroatcry and n nitroglycerin As the gi cater includes the Ichs, so bomb for universal explosion. He bedoe the circle of future joy around our lieves in no Cod, no government, no entire world include the epicycle of our Heaven and no hell except what he can own republic. Hold, exhilarant, unique, make on earth, lie slew the czar of l)ilne Imagery of the text. At the close Kussla, keeps many n king practically of n week in which for .four days our imprisoned, killed Abraham Lincoln, national capital was a pageant nnd all would put to death every klngand presthat grand rev lew and bannered proces- ident on enrth, nnd, if he had the power, sion and national nntlieius could do, would climb tip until lie could drive celebrated peace, It may not be inapt to the God of Heaven from His throne and anticipate the time when the I'rincc of take it himself, the universal butcher. Tcaee and the heir of universal domin- In France it is called communism; in ion shall take posi,cssion of this nation, the 1'nitcil States it Is called unarchisin: in Russia it is called nihilism, but that and "thy land shall be married." In discussing the final destiny of this last is the most graphic and desenptiu' nation It makes all the dillcrencu in the term, it means complete and eternal it would make the Inkling world whether we are on the wny ton smash-up- . funeral or si wedding. The Iliblc leaves of property n prime, nnd it would drive no doubt on this subject. In pulpits a dagger through your heart and put nnd on platforms nnd in places of pub- a torch to your dwelling and turnover lic concourse I hear so many of the this wh teland into the possession of muflled drums of cil prophecy sound- theft, nnd lust and rapine and murder. Where does this monster live? In all ed, as though we were on the wny to nabesides Thebes the towns and cities of this land. It oftional Interment, and nnd I la by Ion anil Ty ic in the cemetery fers its hand to this fair republic, it of dead nations our republic was to be proposes to tear to pieces the ballot , entombed, that I wish you to under- box-- the legislative hall, the congresIt would take this stand it is not to be obsequies, but nun- - sional assembly. land and divide it up, or, lather, e tinls; not mausoleums, but carpeted it down. It would give us much to altar; not cypress, but orange blosrequicui, but wedding march; the idler ns to the worker, to the bad som: not as to the good. Nihilism! This panfor "thy l.inii shall be married." ther, having prowled across other 1 propose to name some of the suitors paw on our soil, and it who nre claiming the hand of this re- lands, has set its time in which public. Tilts land Is so fnlr, so benttft-fu- l. ik only waiting for the to spring upon its prey. It was nihilism soullluent that it has many suitors, railroad property at nnd It will depend much upon your ad- thnt burned the shall be ac- Pittsburgh during the great riots; it vice whether this or that slew black people cepted or rejected. In the first place, I was nihilism that In our northern cities during the war; There Is a greedy, remark: mauled to death the monster who comes in ns suitor it was nihilism that yenrsngo; it is ninocking the hand of this republic, and Chinese immigrants of the windows hilism that monster is known by the nnmc of of the that glarw out drunkerics upon sober people monopoly. His scepter Is made out of by. Ah, its j owcr has ne cr as the rail track nnd the wire of teleg- yetthey go been tested. I pray God its power raphy. He does everything for his own tested. It would, if advantage and for the robbery of tho may never be fullv leave every church, U had the power, people. Things went on fro i bad to cathedral, schoolhouse and colxvorsc until in the three legislatures of chapel, lege in nshes. Is'evv York, New Jersey nnd PennsylLet me say it is the worst enemy of vania for n, long time monopoly decided in any country. everything. If monopoly favor n law, the laboring classes The honest cry for reform lifted by opit passes; If monopoly oppose a law, It pressed laboring men is drowned out Monopoly stands in the liv is rejected. the vociferation for anarchy. The railroad depot putting into his pockets ciitmnnls and the vagabonds who range In one year $200,000,000 in excess of all through our cities talking about their rcasonableehargcs for services. Monop- ri'.'bts, when their first right is the penoly" holds in his one band the steam itentiary if they could be hushed up. power of locomotion and in the other and the downtrodden laboring men o"f the electricity of swift communication. his country could be heard, there Monopoly has the republican party in would be more bread for hungry chilone pocket nnd the democratic, party dren. In this land riot and bloodshed in the other pocket. Monopoly decides gained nny wages for the people nominations nnd elections city elec- neier r gathered up any prosperity. In this tions, state elections, national elec- land the best wenpon is not the club, tions. With bribes he secures the votes not the sliilhtlah. nbt firearms, but the of legislators, giving them free passes, ballot. Let not our oppressed laboring giving appointments to needy rela- men be beguiled to coming under the tives to lucrative xisitions, employing bloody banner of nihillBm. It will make them ns attorneys if they are lawyers, your taxes heavier, your wages carrying their goods 15 per cent. less if smaller, your table scanti-i- ", yourcliil they are merchants, nnd if he find n case drcn hungrier, your suffering grentct. very stubborn as well ns very important Yet this nihilism, with feet red of puts down before him the hard cash of slaughter, comes forth and offers IU bribery. hnnd for this republic. Slinll thehantr lint monopoly is not so easily caught be proclaimed? If so, where shall the now ns when during the term of Mr. marriage altar be, and who will be the Buchanan the legislative committee in officiating priest, nnd what will be the one of our states explored and exposed music? Thnt nltar will have to lie the manner in which n certain railway white with bleached skulls, the otliciat-incompany had obtained a donation of priest must be n dripping assassin, public land. It was found that 13 of tjie music must be the smothered groan the senators of that state received $175,-00- of multitudinous victims, the garlands among them, CO members of the must be twisted of night shade, the lower house of thnt state received be- fruits must be the npplcs of Sodom, the tween $5,000 ami $10,001) each, the wine must be the blood of St. Bartholoof that state received $50,000, his mew's massacre. No! It is not to niclerk received $3,000, the lieutenant hilism, t lie sanguinary monster, that governor received $10,000. all the clerks this laud is to be married. of the legislature received $.'1,000 each, Another suitor for the band of this while $50,000 was divided among the nation is infidelity. When the midnight lobby ngents. That thing on u larger rufllnns despoiled the grave of A. '1. or smaller scale Is all the time going on Stewart in St. Mnrk'H churchyard evin some of the states of the union, but erybody was shocked; but infidelity it is not so blundering ns it used to be, proposes something worse than that and thcrefoie not so easily exonfd or the robbing of all the graves of Christell you that the overshadarrested. tendom in the hope of a resurrection. ow lag curse of the United States toIt proposes to chisel out from the tombday is monopoly. He puts his hnnd stones of your Christian dead the words upon every bushel of wheat, upon every "ABleep in Jesus" nml substitute the sack of salt, upon every ton of coal, and words "Oblltcrntion annihilation." every man, woman and child in the Infidelity proposes to take the letter United States feels the touch of that from the world's Father, inviting the moneyed despotism. I rejoice that in nations to virtue uud huppiness, nnd 24 states of the union already tear it up into fragments so small that, Icngues have been established. you cannot rend a word of it. It proGod speed them in the work of liberaposes to take the consolation from tho tion. broken-heartennd the soothing pillow I have nothing to say against capifrom the dying. Infidelity proposes to talists; a man has a right to nil the swenr in tho president of the United money lie can make honestly. I hnve States, and tho supreme court, and tho nothing to say against corporations ns governors of states, and the witnesses such; without them no great enter- in the courtroom with their right hand prise would be possible, but what I do on I'aine's "Ago of Ilenson," or Vosay is that the same principles are to ltaire's "Philosophy of History." It probe applied to capitalists and to cor- poses to take away from this country porations that nre applied to the poor- the book thnt makes the difference beest man nnd the plainest lnlwrer. What tween the United States and the kingis wrong for me is wrong for great cor- dom of Dahomey, between American porations. If 1 take from you "your civilization and UorneMnn cannlballsuf. property without nny adequate com- ,lf infidelity' could destroy the Scrippensation I mil a thief, and if n railway tures it would in 200 years turn the damages the property of the people civilized nations back to semibarbnr-Isnwithout making any ndeqimtc compennnd then from semibarbarisin into sation that is a gigantic theft. What midnight snvngery, until the morals of is wrong on n small scale is wrong on n menagerie of tigers, rattlesnnkes nnd a large scnle. Monopoly in Kngland chimpanzees would be better than the has ground hundreds of thousands of morals of the shipwrecked human race. her best people into Hcmlstnrvation, and The only impulse in tho right direcin Ireland lins driven multitudinous tion that this world hns ever had liau tenants nlmost to madness, and in the come from the Illble. It was the mothUnited Stntes proposes to take the er of Homan law nnd of healthful juriswealth of GO.OOO.OOO or 70,000,000 of peo- prudence. That book has been tho ple and put it in n few silken wallets. mother of nil reforms and nil brazen-faceMonopoly, mother of English niagnn charta nnd vulture-heartemonopoly, of- American Declaration of Independence. fers his hand to this republic. He Benjamin Franklin, holding that holv itrelches it out over the lakes and up I book in his hand, stood before an infi A NATION'S DANGERS. dl-Id- g 0 gov-crn- 1 anti-monopo- ly d i, d, iron-fln-tera- l, d At the conference of democratic leaders In St. Louis on Thursdnv, May L'.l, the slogan for the coming national campaign was sounded and plans wete laid to wage bitter war upon trusts and monoMilies. William J. l'.rvan was the principal speaker of the day, nnd upon the subject uppermost he said: Kvery true American will heartily "An actor who visited Nelir.mka recently, Join in this exprcuH.'d hope for the upon Icnrnlni: from n republican Hint hiul Item ronton it, remarked that maintenance of American principles In he had examlrcd Wclisttr's dictionary to the ultimate solution of the Philippine If.irn whnt 'confidence' meant, and found problem. If those principles nre upconfidence deflnnl ns 'trust,' unt then hi held with steadfast faith, tint only will understood that contldencc h.ul littn really such loyalty to the tight do nvvnv with rftored sit"Mors trujta have been formed durlnit nil danger arising from thr last two )rnr.i than existed nt the uation, but It will add infinitely to the of the present administration, xnd the nominal citpltullxtitlon of the truntv luster and glory of the American nnmc. now In exlutence approaches. If It does not nml will place this government forever muni In amount, the world's total supply lieyond the reproach of having cleaved of koM and sliver The Influence of theo to Its principles only until tempted to tnmM hns Income no enormous that the their repudiation bv a Midden primped e p.ople, without rpect to party, are of dazzling profit and power, which it themselves how the ivll r.in lie was too weak In moral fou-- to resist. The purpose of the trusts !( to control A constant loynlty to tnerietin th product of Home article of merchandise, demands that now, us never and the method rmilod ar: the unio of all Individual fm lories under one before, this government shall aniiiiiince management or In onr corporation nnd. to the other great M)vvcrs of the world A i lOnd. the crushlnc out of new rival the potetic.v uud the vitality of the Monmonooly hen once complete not only buy he product, roe doctrine ns controlling its Internaterms to those who terms to those who tional policy. 1'iider that doetrlut. but It ulio dictate the raw tn.iterlul and to llume who It was first formulated, the I'nlted furnish the labor If the trust nre r nil'ted to continue, w ahall Hud an Indus- - Stntes have consistently claimed control ml arlMorrnry crowing up In the I'nltril of affairs In the western heinUpherr, ilextrucUve of forbidding the enenmrhment of monElites which will prove our Ideal as a landed ariatoerar) would archical governments within this legitI'liiirr. nf .MiiiiimI) . imate sphere of American Inlliicuce. The principle of monopoly In incompatible, with our limtltutlopa Man's neeea-- s American honesty In voicing nnd entra romel him to become a purchaser. forcing the .Monroe doctrine muM is another suitor that Hut there one there la sents his clnim for the hnnd of tins r md where complelelybut the seller the the proved by ii sturdy rcfiisHl to tepudl-Htt mercy of at that doctrine, no matter what the Is ioniettttnn !' nubile. lie is mentioned in the've-Where there !er een producers the purcliaaer In ur to Inducement. ' following my text where it says: he wants idfei what competition nt n reeonalle If tlits government of the I'tilled thebrldegroomrejoleeth over the hr Is eliminated the prlte When States Is "true to Its principles in the so shall thy God rejoice over thee." prlee a controlled not by rraon. but by the ilUvositlini of nil ipichtlon thnt tuny gr nl of the oue who poMeajea the monopis not mv figure. It is the figure of nrlsi; In the future in Its relationship Bible. Chrlnt is fo desirous to have tli oly the tax 'It haa been Mild that A power to pa-- ! with the ps'opli- - of the Philippine world love Him that lie stops nt no U a power to deatrov monopoly it will not permanent I v bold initiation of simile. He compares t the oer lo ta II can levy xueh a as It will upon th purchaser. tho4 Island its nn American colonial spittle on the eves of the bl srnnt trra e to and ii.xan no irore i fiord le (trrmlt such a posvsciMiion. Such acquisition would lt man. He compares Himself to nfi power to lie rrrrlcd b) private Individ spirit of the Monroe contrary gathering the chickens, nnd in my uts than we routtt afford tu authorite a doctrine to the n binding upon us. a private Individual to use the machinery nt He compares Himself to n suitor In order t enrich limine'! at the In honor, mm It lia heretofore htv hkmi Doc a hand in marriage. ging ixpenae of his fellow governments of the the Christ, !ie King, deserve this land? 'The government would b guilty of hold Pilate's hall nnd the insultiugjv gross neglect If It iwrmlHed an Individual old world. SI lands pecton'ion on the face of Christ, iv to secure ,t monopoly even without rulpa-iCURRENCY REFORM." assistance, but It Is still more l hold the Cnlvnrean massacre and Ue If h legislative act It furnlshe, n awful hemorrhage of five wounds. Jt nr ma by which a monoeoly U aecured Scheme "f the llrpnlillrnti lo Plncc Is the means now cob served II years for Baehel, . ' Th' nml lircp Ihe Slinr 1'iiner h Christ, my I.ord, the King, suffeiU 1 ' monotmly those wbo aeek lo (euri a In Cnnlrul. rilme the rotporstlon Is a torture 33 years to win the love of t person, created by law. Ihe iHiwvr world. As often princesses at thelvfr m that creates can regulate, restrain or anAftrr much irlbulntion the houae resay that the government Is birth are pledged In treaty of inn Mi nihilate To pre,vt the organisation of publican cttiuiiilttcr lift., It is nllcifrO, to to princes or kings of enrth, so th r.ft linKint to say thaU.lt lias called Into ex brought forth a scheme of eiirrem-trim la tlon at its birth was pledged toT 7u Is'encw n flctllloilis prsnn. ami that tha flrtltlous person created has become greatThin JH'heme Is nut mi IipumI. nor so for Divine marriage. I'litgns that devised by Ihe IihIImhkiIU jieiore Loiumnus aim ins u'uinctinr er th in the creator of the Mriinuliolil Trust. it i n "Miund" money convention, barked on the Santa Maria, the tit "Oae of the luoeutttes which baa been compromise anil It will nalUfv iioImmIv. nnd the Nina for their wonderful ioy enrounterrd In opposing trusts Is that Ihe llrlelly Mitntnadlzcd, It in na follow: age, what was the last thing they id. trust bldea In hind tin feilre constitution when attnek-bv slate legislation, and "The redemption of nil obligation of They sat down and took the holy hleUls behind ia stale of the Lord Jesus Christ, jA.tcr itt.lekedItselfIhe federal courts cliwrur whet tne government In gold on ilcnmml. In No reined "(ireenlmcks, when once redeemed, they caught the first sight of thnvnun-tr- Hill be complete that Isnntroexti nslve wits and the gun of one ship had an- the federal government If the extinguishfor gold, to be reissued onlyfor gold. ment of the trusts la state legislation Permitting national Iwnk lo Iwme nounced it to the other vessels thai .ind the public at large left tobe will vlctlmlxtd a I had been discovered, what was the nig long as a single state will furnish a rob- notes to the par value of their govern; bers' roost where the mII collected rt ment hnnd deposited in the treasury, that went up from nil the "Gloria in Kxcelsls." After Colunbus other slates can be divided Instead of w percent., n nt present. prinarc "Jutit "Permitting the minimum capital of nnd his 120 men had stepped from the ciple of now people na Itstartled by the In monopoly manifests itself ship's deck to the solid ground, hat the Industrial trust, nnd well ma) Ihe) be untlonal hunk to be $113,000, Instead of startled The principle, however. Is Ihs $yi,noo, iih nt present." did they do? They nil knelt and which There In nothing In this about mak the new world to God. Vhat sitne as that national manifests Itself in ths effort of the bankers to necure a did the Huguenots do after they larded monopoly of the Issue of paper mnnet. ing silver dollars redeemable In gold, in the Carolinas? What did the Th! greenhielt la n rival of the bmk note, nor Is there a suggestion of making all constant menace to the outstanding obligations of this narefugees do after tht-- hindd in nnd Its presence la a Home banks of who recngnlxs New York? What did the pilgrim the evils Iti.H Issue from a noap trust seem tion gold obligation. flow the there n bint of placing the Neither fathers do after thej' landed in Sew Indifferent to the dangers Ihut nttriid tha Issuing of paper money entirely in the England? With bended knee and up- formation of a paper money trust principle lifted face and lleav en besieging pnyer, at "The foundation of monopoly not only lies bands of the banks. of the attempt to destroy the they took possession of this conthent the greenbacks, but II Is the controlling It seem that the house republican for God. How was the first American principle that underlies (lip crnsado cnucus committee wns not prepnrcd lo sliver aa u atamtard money Be- iippriivc"lhl cat" money secured only cougress opened? By prajer, In cli againstIfV) nnd IMS name of Jesus Christ. From its Urth tweenwas Increasing when Ihe production of by the olllce furniture of the banking gold and the production of this uation was pledged for holy mar- silver wan small, thrro nations demonhouses. gold nml gave to sl'ver n monopoly etized riage with Christ. It must not be concluded, however, Karly In the '70s tha And then bee how good God has l:cn i'f mint privilege alarmed at the Increnso that the seheines of the money jmivvit financiers became to usl Just open the map of the con- In tho production of silver, nnd conspired to place the gold standard absolutely tinent and sec how It is shaped for im- to destroy silver as a standard money and in power will be abandoned measurable prosperities. Navigable give a inonoiKily lo gold Ihe production of The plnn suggested by the cnucus Is was rivers, more in number and greater which at Ihut time .line slatlonaiy simply nn "entering wedge." Uilcrou Mlnnilnnt Trust. than any other Incd, rolling down on "The atundard money trust is not only stronger method will be advocated. all sides Into the sen, prophesying large the patent trust, but la In Ihe hJiuU of If the republicans remain In power manufactures and easy commerce. the "wild cat" money scheme will be party Is Impotent "The Look At the great ranges of mountains troy republican It Is controlled by to de- - urged, nnd if the house nnd actinic can Ihosq the trusts timbered with wealth on the top and who lire Irtcrcatcd In trusts, nml Its be controlled such n plan will dually n sides, metaled with wealth underneath. funds und sinews of war are supbe put Into execution. The only hope One hundred and eighty thousand plied by the trusts Abraham Lincoln, In for the people to escnpe slnvcrv to the beginning ot his presidential tho very square miles of coal. One hundred nnd career, wurntd the country against the money Miwcr rests in the success of eighty thousand square miles of iron. threatened attempt lo put capital above democracy. Chicago Democrat. The land so contoured that extremd labor In the .structure of the government Sli'Klnlc)- Wants ! dolt. the. weather hardly ever lnsts moru than Modern republicanism Is It fullllllng tho prophecy made by Lincoln Is putting llecent ndvlces from the president's three days extreme heat or extreme dollar above Ihe man. Tho democratic Philippine commlHslon indicate that cold. Climate for the most part brac- party la opposed to the principle of monopIs indeed anxious to "let Mr. It ing nnd fnvornblc fcr brawn nnd hrnln. oly wherever on manifests Itself aIt has go McKlnlcy war the trusts Not little of the bear." These outgivings talk All fruits, all minerals, all harvests. declared trust only, but u big trust us well Not "autonomy," "local Sceimry displaying nn autumnal pa- Hgalnat one kind of trust only, but against of and nlmost everything except geantry that no land on enrth pretends all trusts, The man who opposes trusts In Hag. The tuneless la entitled to as much credit for empire nnd n nailed-uto rival. No South American earth- bravery us the man who swam a river or thorough whipping of Aguiiialdo's quakes. No Scotch mists. No London ma relied up Han Juan hill ' main force or the capture or surrender fogs. No Kgyptinn phiguek. No GerThis i the logical sequel to trust of the insurgent lender would in nil manic divisions. The people of the United Stntes are happier tlinn nny peo- kiipretnaey. it is the iuot alarming probability be the signal for nn end of No attempt would be made to ple on earth. It Is the testimony of uspeut of conditions with which thu the war. country is brought face tu face The conquer the rest of the Islands by fotec every mun that has traveled abroad. have been avirted if the For the poor, more symimthv: for the democratic party, to doeru the grati- The war might rut proclamation had tude of the country, must lift this.vokc president's industries, more opportunity. Oh, how good God was to our father, and how from the neck of a flee people, whose given any promise of freedom or even of autonomy to the inhabitants. In good be lias been to us and to our chil- ficcdoiu has not been m ciiilaugricd by nlleu foes since the foundations of stead of this it proclaimed the "soverdren. To Him hlesstd he Ills mlirhtv nnmc to Him of cross and triumph, to their government vvcru laid as now by eignty" of the United Stntes nnd culled ,upon the natives to "submit" or be Him who still remembers the prayer of a domestic foe- St Lnuls ilepiilillc. killed. The responsibility for this cruel the Huguenots nnd Holland refugees Secretary (Inge admits that there wnr cannot be escaped by Mr. McKlnand the pilgrim fathcrs-- to Him shall will be a delieieiicy or $lll(),ll(lll,Oiio in lcy, but If he can decently get rid of the this land Ix- married. Oh, j on Christian the treasury ul the close of the IIkciiI patriots, hy your contributions and yen r on the not li of next month. Tho issue of subjugating, annexing nnd iillng the Island", as Mr. Carnegie anyour prayers, hasten on the fulfillment McKlnlcy administration is throwing ticipates, hi1 will no doubt do it with of the te.vt. In- folly of oway ii hundred mlims in V. World. nlnerity.-- X wngiiign war of cunipicst and subjugaNeeded in, Notwithstanding the carefully-censore- d tion in the Philippines. The prosecu"I must send them nil clronin.u dispatches from Manila mid tion of the war, it may be. Is now reclaimed the man who was addressed by duced to a necessity, hut tlv months t he reports of eon tin nous hiiccchrch over ins acquaintances as professor. "Thosa ngo It could have been prevented In the Insurgents, It Is evident thut the men who hnve testified in the Invests wise statesmanship mid adherence to situation there Is not what thetidmln-ist.'utio- n gntlon ought to know nhout me." would like it to be, cud thut American principles and the shedding "What business are you in?" of u drop cf American blood In a war wn have bought no little trouble with "I have a new system of memor with the Flliiuo averted. I'ltUburgU the $'.M),000,OUO paid to Spain for the training." Washington Star. Philippines- .- Cleveland I'luln Dialer. two-thlr! eon-Itilcg del club In "Paris nnd read to thcn of the prophecies of IIabakkuk,aui t, infidels, not knowing w hat book It&v declared It was the best poetry ftl had ever heard. Thnt book hrovj;. ' George Washington down tin his kibe In the snow at alley Forge, amj the dying Prince Albert to nsk "" ft one to sing "Koek of Ages." 1 tell you that the worst uttemb'"' crime of the century Is the attempt1 destroytMs book. Yet infidelity, hi') some, stenehful, leprous, pestlfeeo. rotten monster, stretches out Its &rl, Ichorous with the second death, to la the hand of thin republic. ItstrcUjl-- s it out through seductive uiagarln. nnd through lyceum lectures, JW through caricaturesof religion. Ham for all that pait of the continent)' U ready fully settled nnd the not vet occupied. It snys: "Giva re nil east of the Mississippi, with t e keys of the church and with the Cliri' tl.m printing presses. Then give$r Wmmlng, give me Alnskn, givoj'-- f Mn"tana, give me Colorado, give mcj'i the Mates west of the Mississippi rut 'I will take those places nnd keep them t light of possession long before theG I pel can be fully Intrenched. . And this suitor presses his Shall the banns of that niif PT" be proclaimed? "No!" saytv r home inirslonnrles of the west, n band of whom the world Is ji worthy, tolling amid fatigues nnd In !nrla and starvation. "No, not ifjwf can help it, Hy what we nnd our ol. dren have suffered we forbid the hniiti of that marriage!" "No!" viy nil patr "Our Institutions wr" otic voices. bought at too dear n price and nt too great n sacrifice to be cheaply surrendered." "No!" says II' God of Hunker Hill nnd Independent hell and Gettysburg. "I did not Rtart this nation far such n larce. " crv 10.00") voices. "To infidelity t i land fhan not be married!" 1 "BUST THE TJIUSTS." Slogan of th-) NOTHING MORE WANTED. American Principles Are All Thnt Arc ALGER W1H. STAY IN. Democrats in the Com- ing Campaign. ;vcccsiir) In HiiiiillliiH the 1'lilllpplnc. 'Ihe Cabinet Inciihiii Will ftot AITeeleil It) Public Mrnll- - II incut. The talk of Alger entering the senate in succession to McMillan, of with the nilnilsslou of (ien. Alger himself that the position would not be displeasing to him, although In' "would not tcrnmhle for It," ha been taken as an indication thut the secretary of war has concluded to do the president the kindness of slipping olT his bhouldcrs before the race for the presidency beMich-Ignn, (onrrrrnce at St. I.unls Drclnrra A tin I nat .Mom ti poll William J, Urjnii .Score the Trnlx. - At thocxp.i'islou miths meetings held hi Chicago a set of resolutions Intro-luce-d by (Jon. John C. lllack, Indorsing the ndtuliiittrntloii'a Course In the Philippines ns thus far developed, was unnnlmoiisly adopted. The nfth tif these resolutions decluied us follows: "The government of the United States should be, anil we believe will be, true to its principles Hi t he d Isposl tlon of all (iiutst Ions that may nrisc In the future In our relationship with the people of the Philippine gin B. ensoop-palllngly- auk-tri- rrn-ty- rem-idle- d e The Inference Is unwarranted, (len. Alger has publicly announced his determination to ictnln his place In the cabinet until the end of President MeKln-ley'- s term unless the president turitn him out, ami If the president should take that radical step the man from Michigan will "know the reuson why" and make mutters warmer than the president cares to have them not year. Without doubt, should President be given n second term he will reconstruct his cabinet to the ctent of one member at least, and (icn. Al(cr might not be invited to retain his seat at the council table. A seat in the senate would then be a good place to shift ey to. die-Mt- ei I wcrejd-fende- I sl-'c- e im- pur-ihis- er ( e Senator Mi Mlllnn's term doc mil expire until Iwol, the sctmtoi'hil and presidential terms expiring together. If Mger should be elected scnutor he enn hllll keep his promise to hold on to Ida sMt tu the cabinet to the hist day of MeKliilcj's term as president. I'rlfuds of McKliilei who hope to get the Michigan Incubus olT the president's shoulder before the campaign of 1WK1 l under full headway are reckoning without their Alger. lie la neltliertobc coaxed, bliilTed nor trlcled out of his determination to bnvo Ida own way uud to hold on to whatever ho has twilight and wid for. Cleveland 1'laln Dealer. f THE CAMPAIGN OUTLOOK. f'liiiiiccs Arc tiouil Next for In n llenicv rrnlle lenr, Ohio tt-s- t I; i den-trin- e tas-'lo- n Innd-hiitigr- y legls-'s''v- e Ji 1 y "lletween llanna nml Komlier," nya the Philadelphia Ledger, "the state of Ohio ha n right mrl chance' to go driiHicrvtk thin .scar." Ohio democrats mnv fairly lie coHfrnituksted on the fKtornblc outliMik. but there is a matter that Is of fnr grater general than the rcault of thin v car's Ohio election, mid that la ns to how Ohki and some other slate will go next car. when a wc4dent of Ihe i'nlted State and a new bowse 'of congrrss will be elected. !ornl democratic tie toriw are desirable, but the wants to score n imtloiwl victory noM your, sad It Is to lie .djurvd that dcm--rac- " Millie an achievement u absolutely oul of the question. Senator Haima es.vs that McKlnlcy will Ik renominated and reelected, vs the republicuud JScMutor llepesv an ssrty will have practically no carries Such talk as thl h le(lltC repilbnmin"rCgnril'iinli d ent y thri'i-drrl- lol-lan- d 1 litllc weight ordinarily, but theac republican expect the democrat to divide on national Irsue next scar, an they did la ivjti, and If thb expecta-lio- n of the la reasonable, the frim-aprobabilities In which these republican senator have permitted Ibeinselrea far from iiurcassdinblc. The democrats cannot expect to win If they nre not united. It Is to be Imped, therefore, thatdem-ocrati- c viclorlit in thl slate elections will ciilaige the MHxibtllty ot democratic victory in next yenr'a naA party that sur tional election!-vived a period of exclusion from f edeni I power nnd pattotiage can easily repeat that experience if it wishes to do so, but Its member in general prefer that it should not wish to do so. Illtighamton (N. V.) Lender. I vt-nr- 's . 21-vi- POINTED PARAGRAPHS haul sledding to Mr. McKinlev Is going to find it cnrr.v both Alger ami the electoral cullege.--St- . Louis Itcpub-lie- . anti-llauu- a rs ram-p.ilg- - p 11 - I - rout. reIt is wild that the publicans of Ohio nre as busy as bees. Contemplating their labors, Mr. Ilaumi is talking harmony. That's him von heiir humming to the busy bees: "Honey, do you love your niiuiT Albany Argun. Murk llanna said that a meeting of the republican national committee Is unnecessary. There is nothing for the members of that organization to do but to carry out the orders of Its chairman, who is also the whole thing. St. Louis Republic. Secretary Alger announce (or the time that he hai no intention of resigning. Why should he except upon the president's Invitation'.' It Is too late to load up a scapegoat. Mr. McKlnlcy must carry the beef ring's burden. N, Y, World. The factional light within the republican party of Ohio has been an interesting feature of the game of s for years and now that it threatens to rob the president of his own state delegation In next yenr's convention it assumes national Importance, The developments of the state convention next month will be nwiilted with nn.xlety at the white house und with more than ordinary Interest by politicians thu country over. Minneapolis Tluica, Sooner or Inter the attempt to hold and rule th. Philippines ns a subjugated colony tmiKt and will be given ill, for time nnd events nru muc U demonstrate to the American people) Its utter folly nntl enormous cost both In blood ami treasure. The sooner President Mr Klnley Ueglus to study thu problem of how to unload his Philip-Vin- o policy the better It will be for him. I'or unless ho slinll get lid of it nctlmea it is sure to break his political ueclc Qrand Kupldi Detnocrut. half-ilozent- b poll-tic- I & p.ai e.Jt4 itffn .aJ.;.,,.,.; ,...,..,-- . . - .'rttttt .i."T.--i- J '!" n , .(vilSKaui.---- . a. rv. - 'w 3U" ri - ii nil v II la lliiml)' -j j fvft'J' ' S Jw vi w aS $FSS .Mn.lt- - INSPECTION In No OF PLANTS. MILITARY STATION ON YUKON. Cup I, ltn 1. 11 j k in Arm)' 1'osl .Venr the lliiunilnrr Line In AlnsUn, 1 11 (llln-- r Vn- - Cmi the Inlriiiluelloii mill I'roiiiiKiitliMi of Inure! 1'esM He I're rnteil. Ajt"m motor car, (le.Rnwl for ic on I'lrmx fur I'lnelnjt theTrijril. ifccntly made a trial trip,Tim nitouf Mxiy lour. miU-ha- f SUty .Miles nn Ilonr. ss vvliW0,;l, v tm A STRONG STANCHION. Mii.1 .Mori- - t'liiulurlnhtt-Thni- i Mot Minlliir CiiiilrU iiiirn, i:nll) nncl Ait oxoftk'iit find lirtmly ntnnclilon for entile ix hIiowh In tli Illustration. I lie raek In made of U'ttkul Imin or S Inelien thick, bolted both at lop and bottom between two aide tnim. The HtiuieliloiiM are made the 'jnie itH the" other barn, or healer If prefer! ed, Tut bolted only at the bot- - lj ft-ei-l " t. I.ABI1.V MA OK BTANCIIIO.V. trim lentlng the tipper end to Kwini? itringent measures, are very liable to frulv When xertienl, the Htanehlon spdead an Ineradicable disease, before In In Id hi jn- - by a block nailed be- Its very existence maybe known. The tween the hide Mrlpit on the rlilit mid camphor Industry In the I'tiltcd Mates n lunged Mrlp on the left. In the cut Is not now an important one, but in thlii m rnlnttl, but when the stnnelilon later years It may be, yet this is simply in Mrtleiil it ilropN between the Hide nn example of what is liable to occur itripi and hohht it xteiidy, Vhene ur In other and more valuable tnduitrics the unfilled ntrlp may u There is absolutely no national protecruln-il- , the Muni'lilim pushed aside and tion possible under present laws. If the eattle are free. Always lie careful the nurseryman wishes to Import a 10 lenc just enough npnce by the similar lot of camphor trees from Miiiirhlon to ndinlt of eay motion of Japan, or some other more widely the iiiiitiittl'ai neck. Amurleun Agiicul-turln- t. grown tree, mid send them out broadcast over the country, even though they be full of diseases, he cannot be stopped GRADING UP A HERD. by the government. Many of theworrt diseases and Insects have been brought 11 The need of government Inspection Cnpt. Hay, who will be placed in comof all importation)! of pliints and shrulH mand of the military district of Alaska, and the danger to the ngrleiilturlstsoi has been busy nbout the war departthe country through the present Iiick ment getting everything In readiness of such inspection, was clearly hIiowii for his departure, which will take place the other day nt the agricultural de- in July. He will sail from San Franpartment buildings In Washington, cisco oV Seattle w l'.h supplies for a comwhen Hcxcrnl largo boxes of plants ar- pany for one year. He expects to estabrived from Japan, They were opened lish headquarters on the Yukon nt Misand a number of them found to con- sion Creek, which is nenr the boundary tain young camphor trees Intended for line. Here he will build a regular y distribution among the southern Htaes. station for the accommodation of As Ih tiMiully the ease, the varloim A milltnry his troops and supplies. of tlio department the bug reservation will be established there, men, the fungus upeelallstH, etc., were the houiuhtrlcs of m hieh will depend present and on the lookout for any new upon the judgment of Cnpt. Hay. A bugs, fungi or other pests. The expert orcst reservation nlso will bo o examination resulted in the entire lot there may be no question that of eninphor treeB being burned up, al- about a plentiful supply of timber for though to all nppearanccH they wer the military station, dipt. Hay will fairly healthy. Etcry jilant was alfect-e- take two sawmills with him to manuby a kind of unthracuoBc, and mil facture the lumber which will be necdew and a species of aealc Insect wen essary for the new station. He will go found. 113Isiat by wuy of the mouth of the The camphor tree as grown In tin Yukon river nnd will huve nil his supI'tiltcd StatcH is remarkably free froit plies taken in by Hint route. Cnpt. Hay diseases, but with the dlstrlbutloi expresses no doubt ns to the practicawhleh might lime been given this lot bility of the Copper river route, which of trees, perhaps highly Injurious ills Assistant Secretary Meiklejohn has oreases nnd insects would hac been in- dered established and which will be extroduced In all enmphor growing sec- amined by Capt. Abercromblc. Cnpt. tions. Such diseases frequently do not Hay has 11 plan for the establishment of develop on the one oi; statlousalong this route, 20 miles npnrt, nursery plants, and If rent out "by placed In charge of natives. Ily thin nurserymen who do not take especial system, he believes, It will be jiossible notice and who, anyway, having paid to reach the Yukon country nt nil seafor their Importation, nre loth to adopt sons of the year. 111III-tareitnb-llshed.sd two-year-ol- d no flufutr way for nufterer from all to ri.uli Mrtniith and hanpinim thnn 10 tan itre.it r. mtdy. It cutis eontnwtioii. iierrouinriw, hvirnnd kidner trouble, and it of all the lifer tay cured. . i.tcin-nt.ljriinidi-cttjb-- hi liiiMUr Nomach Hitters, the qufpkt known road to health. '1 here is inuh of a retord heater Ayer's Sarsaparilla is the Medicine of Add Lang Syne Tlie fN(t lll.lt 1.J..I r.n ...1 H IIIUIL' wors 1. mIVC " in ITFinto 101 tntui. nt. 0f t(,e chief 'ttwcfii a mule and a genius. hvrry ilng l,Ui, 'rjlt. cal on night fori e The man who doesn't lift his hat when he mccti ni" witi- - iimUbly to liu mother as Uao oid Iwly." A'raan ntldoai marries his first love. When 10 ceia l moiijjh to tike n wife she ii pen- rrally euttinR down jotiki's jwiits for 1 ."-'- i Opinion nf 11 ii.,.imi.i. Ill KavRaMpjWvMB ' , ,y( u-fe-r & .M ""' . DARKEST CHINA. i:prrlnirr I.1111K The tun blazing down on a race course, far, far east of and on a field of hot, mllet excited horn-- and men, waiting till the Seven hundred nnd seventy-liv- e of the itnrter and an even more on foot, carrying a surveyor's chain us in through a section of China unknown to eccentric hone combine to get at lactline. The tutienre of the former is exIs the recent hausted, "linns up that hone! Come tin travelers of other nations, cMierlcnce of Walter K. llrice. While cm that heatt! You'll get into trouble over to forth. The AusStewart M. Hrlec was lighting the tins, I tell you," andreplica tralian lightweight "1 Spaniards at Santiago his brother went can t help it, sir. Tins is a patiently: this cab horse, to Manila ns n member of Gen. Ander- 'oreis. Hewon't start till the door shuts son's stnft. Later he left the iirtny and and I haven't not a door!" Academy. i of Wnllrr K. Ilrlcr on a Surt r Inir Tour In the Celratlul KIliKilimi. v.li The Case In 11 .ulsliell. AlaUsstine is n normnnent contlntr for walls and ceilings, designed to take the I'lnte of kalsomlnes and wall paper. Alalastlne sets with the wall. It Is practically a stone cement, ns hard nnd smooth us pnlnt, hut much less ex- pensive, nml Is applied just ns easily by mijolic. it can be jtilxetl with either cold or hot water, and applied with a kalsomlne brush. It Is clean, healthful, and economical. Fvery one of the strong jMilnts of Alabastlne, proved to be such by the test of twenty years, Is picked up by every new manufne-- t urer of ordinary knlsomine nnd claimed for his good. These claims ure absurd on their fnce. Alabastlne alone can prove Its durability by the test of time. It Is sold by pnlnt dealers., in packages, properly labeled. I1JIC6 Some men are horn rich and come arc born lucky, hut thev nil Lave to lone their milk teeth and Uve the meuMeis just the Mine. h tm hJ Wmitptl 11 Dour. Mnl He llonc f X) front llir llnlrr I'nriu Will UfiTruir. tbr Into the rutted States in this mnniier, The m era go farmer may think he raiiuot afford to buy blooded Htiok, and there (il u plenty who eonfeti. thin, but where In the farmer who raniiot alTord a to Krnde up his Moek by IntrcMltH-iiii- ; fine bull occnsloiiiill) ? The cost of a Hue bull U not w grunt toilay that the nimi;e farmer eaunot afford to one whenever the herd neednnew Hut the mnn who lsopMised to blood fancy ntock U ukiiiiII.v on general principle opixmcil to grudliiK up Hint U. ii. ,r.Unw,iilnTP It will com n little, either hi tillic or luoiiey. There Ik imi lietter linentment In tbl tife linn In n bhnHled bull whleh will bring new life nnd powir into a hen) of wnm that bun trrwl'ially run down. Mtt funncr lmte to udinit that their henl Ik running down. Hut it eny for the niiIhmIk to tlogeti-niit- e tbitt most of mm ure The defeneration Ik not the of Mlililril cllMlilCf. It eomcft on prwliitiily and liefore we know it we wake up to the fael that our animal nre not what they ought to be. To mold Mich defeneration one mut be on the w n teh. The henl nerds n, tonic, o to apeak, or will go down hill, nnd before we know It th damage Is done, and It will retpnre woinc hard work to reeoxcr the hint ground. The beginning of all the work tniifct be with the bull. A herd headed by a firt-elabull can be made 1o do wonders. Milt the proeena of selection nnd weeding out mimt also be ibwrwi'. Tlirre will appear In every herd now nnd then niilmalH that hnve no ptnee tliere. Thry nerd to be killed off nr sold. Too much rlgidnesn In this rojwct cannot be observed. The lack of it It mnnllv the crying meil of our The cash saleH of young dnir.Muen bulls from herds that lime been proper-Igrnditl will often more thnn pay for 1he et.t of n new bull occasionally. pur-rliH- ie 1 b-ii requiring the annual outlay of thousands of dollnrs to combat their depredations; whereas, at a comparatively small cost the government could entirely control all Imports of plants, seeds, etc., nnd save growers from possible additional losses through these mediums, licrmniiy, Trance, Italy and even dozens of unimportant colonic nre enforcing stringent regulations in this respect, but the I'nited Stutes, the country in which the imports nre Inrg-ru- t nnd most varied because of the en ergy of her people. Is the fnrthcul of Agriculture. MONEY IfASILY MADE. Tc-hin- d ! nap-ptuj- f. n Itiiniilnir it I'ulillr Mrn)lnir Vlnrliliu la Anonlliiu n (iiioil Income (o mi JinttiTii t'liriiier. There Is a iiiau in western New VorK who has a complete outfit of boiler, enl'avv, what do they put water in TJonuny gine, steam pump, tank and hoc Chliiiiiiiuu." iti lor? on his farm wagon. A ununited To soak the investors with, my H r. The l.nah fur boy has run this out 1 In InuianajioliH .louinal. soil The crime of has i;el;hboriiigoreharils drivingthewHg-oso common of late that some exand Keeping up steam. Theehargi A Powerful Incentive. traordinary punishment seems to be la 15 a day, the owner of the orchard ic coiiddion of .1 man'i liver ha more needed for its suppression. When to i with his rcpiitAtion i.ir gcneroity than became common in the streets in merally -- St. Luuit Star. l of Loudon some years ago the restora'I be Ilent Irenerlitln for Chill. tion of the whipping post for those convicted of the crime proved nn ef- nm Kever Inn bottlo of Ghove's TAnrrLEss nml u. Tonic It .MlPK fectual remedy. The New York Herald C11 itclefis form. Is simply iron pay. quinine in TLV. a t; l'rlee,50c No euro 110 thinks perhaps n temporary resort to it here in the case of wife heaters would Look the Snmr. prove elllcaeious. Yoist Did you ever take any of those flog-10a crossed over to Shanghai, where he met Kinaprrnllnir. party of engineers who had come I must intist that Mr. Hiwsley-Cll- rs, from the United States to make n you stud )iunK Mr. (iranley away earlier. of preliminary survey of the China Cen- It n long after 11 o'clock fast nii;bt when tral railroad, which Senator Hricc wat you liotc-- the front door after hitn. Clara know it, mamma, anil I have promoting when lie dl-In describmad up my mind a iWeu ditlcrrnt times ing his experience he said: toiti'ikc him leave early, but he has a way, "An American railway in China it gomriibw, of always Riving the impression practically an assured fact. Nothing alone tiftrr the shank of the evening has on earth can stop it now except the dis- passnl' that he is just about to rav ne has been waiting for. It's awruption of the Chinese empire, which it ful! etatjicrating Chicago Fvcntng News. it within the realm of possibility, but nut at all probable. From Shanghai l4IYonr l'cct Ache and llnrnT we went up the 1 rivet S)jlen Into your shoes, Allen's In boats to Han Kow. There are no ADoUcrtorthe feet. It makestlBlitorNew rosne. In the American sense, merely Slolfeel Kasv. Cures Cornt, Uunions Hivcaiii. Hot. l.'allons. sore, ami...hweaumr - . s .... b w. through tlio rice fields. .1 i. All Druggists ami imioo rjion' sen we slept in old temples. OccaAuurcss, :K buiiiilu sent i sionally we would come ncross some Io Hoy, N. Y. mandarin who would ah fp$.Oliiiici, . j t low us to unroll our beds for the night cheese datcft hark on his porch. to rlniv'it tune Stiinc of it riiicIIh a though "At every village wc found crowds it were n great deal older that) that. waiting to see us. Few of the thouTranscript. sands of mun we met had ever seen any More other kind of a human being than a u 1 some-thinng-lse-Kin- OW friends, old mine, and the old doctor are the trusty kinds. For half a century Foot-Eas- Somo-time- - kind-hearte- d has been the Sarsaparilla which the people hate bought when they were sick and wanted to be cured. If the best is none too good for you, you will get Ayer's. One bottle of Ayer's Sarsaparilla contains' the strength of three of the ordinary hind. i siiwitit!i(mtiiiiitimisimii!U Ayer's BEFORE THE DAY OF THEY USED TO SAY "WOMAN'S WORK iS NEVER DONE." C 1 1 m Clu-pur- Infnr--nllo- v. AV'lfi--llmlr- 11 wife-beatin- g e ' I APOLIO Aids Digestion, Regulates the Bowels, Makes Teething Easy. TEETUIUI2 DflWnTnC i I I I E. gar-rotln- g uiidcri-tooi- i i Miriiriiiiiiiiaitwiiririr,i.iiiitaiiriiiwiaiiiiii"-'m.iiiaiiiiiilfiieiiiairaMiiMiwiiii- i I.oiiK-I.lvr- .l v Tanner' Guide. To the most placid and Ienst eveitable animal In the world. When well fed, and not nUiiit her enlf, she will lie and chew the cud of contentment for hours, ourl while thus imdlMiirlicd will rete all the milk possible, from the food hhe Ii.'ih eaten. Vet the domestic cow, If she lie n good milker, hns a en)iicity tw nervous nnd excitable such ns the ox or spnycrl cow cannot rivnl. At all times the. flrst-clns- s nilleh cow must Im n hearty feeder. Ko long an she gleu all she wants, she may be iitilt't enough. Hut if placed In a pasture where the food Is liiKuillclcnt or too poor in (piality, the cow will soon develop rowing InstlnelK, and will break through funces in order to get m Jiat lie IlkeH. The cow that will not do this In cafe of necessity i of little use for the dairy. Midland rarnier. dlt-tuib- rrntiiif In Con moht people, the cow Ik . German statistician has discovered Vcnkera Statesman. that ballet dancers, ns n rule, attain an ge much nbovc the nvcrnge. Cnrlottn To Com u t'olil In One Tiny s GrJsl is 77 years of nge and Andnlla Tnle laxative Brotuo Quinine Tablet. All 1T11UC SntAYI.NO MAC1II.NU. 78. Tnglloni wus over yenrt UnurgisU refund money if It f nils to cure. 25c providing the spraying mixture nnd old when she died, nnd Fanny60Flagler Tfce man who talkt most about the diffimen to hold the nor.Ies. With this was 74. Itosita Mauri, well over 50, It outfit it Is possible to spray out 1,.'00 still dancing at the Paris grand opera. culties of faith, takct the absurdities of to called science at a above. lt.im' Horn. gallons of poisoned water in a day, nnd the first cost of the entire tint lit was Alicrrlsin Irtin Ore In Krnncr. lint $i.'M. This man could not begin tf The quantity of Algerian iron ore accommodate those who wanted t into France during the last year hire his spraying outfit. In 50 days of Is returned nt GS.248 tons, compared r.utfiitlo work he will pay the entire with only 02,100 tone in 1S97. 'irst cost oi (he upparatus, while the pump, boiler and tank doubtless THE MARKETS. good fe :.0a0 days' work without repair. Here Is IrkUatf of what is Cincinnati. May SI 10 W i t) coming. A man with the nccd-rcup-itUVi: PTOC1C t'atile.coinnion 1 TS I Oil rleet shippers and the jtroper uiechaiileal skill "AI.VK-F- ulr 6 i5 & 7 to rikxI llgbt 1V 44 3 65 3 has a chance to make some money ns BlXIS Coarse nnit heavy. 3 TO (ft 3 W Mlxtil ii.ickers public eprnye.--. Parin nnd Home. 3 iv l.iptvt siupiwrs fc ;i 8i If K 'JJUHWJV.VV IO A llnllrt llnncrri. mu ( InniKinlical; hatht? Well. I ran for office once. ISTeethinA ICtlWnU rUnUCrliJ &"! ""A3t TEETeiNA Relieves the Bowel Troubles or Children of Any Age. Cot Only 20 Cents. Your Drutrcistforlt. ih 11 &ssSf&SSS(ssfSfsmfSfSfS!S.m Fcr-niri- lllflNeHESTE (QTMP6U& y Ranches, M t vv ! Mines and I d Orchards ArethelmsUof productive wealth in m-- c h-- nl . IK) . The Maid Send your name and address on a postal, and we will send yoa our iSo-,- 1 page illustrated catalogue free. t I 5 New Mexico, Arizona, California Cattle anil sheep 011 the plains. Cold, hilver, copper, iron and coal in the I,ucious fruits and lnouiitnins. poldeii grains In the valleys. Abun- clant sunshine and pure air cr- where. A place to i 9 d)i5JiiV?lSv$X KJOOs 176 Winchester Avenue, WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. New Haven, Conn. '' - of UNSOMCITED TES'ilMONIALS SAY ORCHARD AND GARDEN. Throw a liberal amount of iron Mings about your pear trees. The peach nnd the plum are so closely related to each other that they can bt grafted 011 each other. One advantage with cutalpas Is that they ure quick growers ami stock arc less liable to bother them. Prune, the grape severely at the start, and at tlnee years old, n few hunches of grnpes can be allowed to mature. While the best lnml is none too good to raise strawberries, yet land that will grow good corn and potatoes will do. (Snipes may bo grown from the seeds, but the fruit of seedlings Is not like that of the parent vine Western I'l'.wiu.tu. 'I') lilmlil lVwr from Milk, It has been proven that cases of fever originated from germs transmitted from n well (where the dairyman simply rinsed his cans), through the mill; to the customer. Milk Is nlinost entirely free from germs while it Is in the healthy udder of the cow, but us soon as dirt and dust arc allowed to get into the milk while milking and handling the milk, if the temperature Is right, thesu microscopic plnnts will grow as fust ni toadstool, on a moist, warm summer utght, und will sour the milk It a very icwiours.-Fanne- rs' ty-ioI- lli:Kl-CluiLAMII-Sprln- lcc s' 3 25 FLOl'lt 311AIN Nn Wllitor patent Wheat-NU CIO 3 50 lit, 4 .0 44 7 W no 3 7J X Make Money In. Write for free pamphletn nnd Information about homeseckers' excursion rates. AilJreil Oenorkl Tassenirer 0BSc, I be Atchison, Topeka S Santa f e Railways Na s. i HAY I'rlme tocfioleo l'lt()VIION's-.Me- ss iwrk I.nnl ., llt'T'lKU-cho- lro dairy I'rime tueholeo eretimery.. Oit Itye No API'L1 rt.OUlt-Wliiterim- rera :iril..... mlxeJ No. o. S reel... . M & 7l 71 v m i" ii vm C A W nil W) U :til 27'4 tfl Hi 11 and the I'ermaiM'titlr curci nil scalp and .skin ilnn' triisWM n- 00 H) tu 4 I'OTA'lonS-l'tunt Choice cr 10 V'l fancy t 1 WJ M 4s 3 75 CHICAGO. Miracle rontlncd to hcd.nud wn8onthovcri;a of sjl Vitus' dance. It wim 11 pitiful caso which tnedleul poioneo fuili-i- to conquer. Kliinllyu doctor prescribed Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pulu 1'eople. llor father said: " Wo began giving tlio pills nt onco, and tlio no.-c- t day wo could eio a chango for tlio hotter In her. Wo gave her ono pill Hfter each meal until uhowuH entirely well, hho hus not been nick a day slnco. Wo thluk luocuronimott miruculous. "Fkaxk Tuckek, Mrs. nTpcnER." Mr. nnd Mr. Frank Tiicltcr, being duly sworn, stato that tho foregoing Is truo lu every purtlciilur. Hoan Johnson, Juitlce c the Iace. From tho Jlrpublican, Versailles, . ! IMsv lliirnt. llaby wo Itl llumon D.m.lruB llrtilnir Scalp. Knlllns Hair llilrkrtilni; awl making it .sott.s'lky anil I.iuun All I'aro Kruiliini rrMlucliir u Sort Clear. ant no It Hkln anil cciinlciiun or anrlli bulphiir lmlrar, Krcat Caiitharilt-liily cmvu-ier- nt: in)unoii tiiak.-$- l seller An toslladir Ilnu'cikts nr mall Sue. Cainllarli a Iiclilnu llurnlnt;, nucli ns all Ulieiini - "BIG FOUR" "Tlie Sea Level Route" TO M.innrarTurlnir Co t.v.sn 1:1.11, Ant.. cji.i: N Y Ai1dii". .s. j. Kiiu;r. Ill I.I. T. JltAIN So. COHN-N- S aS ChU'US'o S Wlioat?fa 3 i 7il's-. Sreil spiimc 70 21 8 10 5 (W 3 85 us Wiisle I'roiliiel . I.onuer. heretofore bceiuilmobt n waste product In mnny ereamurles. It haft not been utilicd to the nihautage of either the eieainerymun or pation. Its wiluu for feeding purposes hu lren almost entlrelv destroyed, nnd the fanner who offered it to IiIh eale. felt almost iiHhnmed of himself to think ho would provide hiicIi unwhole-Miinluiseiiiblu rations for their use. lint with better enlightenment on this subject nnd facilities for doing It in better shape, they arc beginning to titllUc in such n way that many of the formers now consider It worth from 15 to () cents per hundred for feeding jiurpokOH alone. Klgln Dairy Iteport. A Sklui-uiilkhi'ie, DAT I.AIID.-Steu- I'dHKMfS m No. nt W u 8 15 B :s Sl, iK'i 00 7.' 7l'i As Black A MIrs Lucy Tuelter. tho dauchtrr a Iiromlnunt runner of Vermhl'v, ind., was t ho victim of ncrvoiit 1 Most of tlio tlmo eho wus vourjg YourWhiskers Buckingham's Dye. 50cti,o(dru;f'itrR.P.Hll&Co.,Hihu(,N.H. S9S9S9S9S99S98SSi SSS9S9 What woulil the world ilo without ink? just think of it I DYE NEW YORK, DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE WAGNER SLEEPING CARS. NKW YOK1C. I'l.OUU Winter patont (1IIN UVIX 1 Natural Black with WIII:aT NuintxcU H NaJrtd iI MUul tiAT Mi's 1'llItlC S I.AItlJ Wottorn it it Ct db fit WS :A'U iH 31 DINING CARS. St. K. 1 25 it, 9 10 llAI.'l'IMOllli FLOUIt-KainOltAIN-Whelly, to5W (1300 'i NOAMS, K. O. MrCOIiniCS, Trafflo Mcr. ut, SollUiorn (l.ith No. 2 reU.... CornMixed 3 35 71 73 Hve Nfi. 2 Western PATI'hK rimquullty No 2 Mfhltu fa Iltlbia 32K'fi 77j HOUS bkhu-iiill- k CHAIN-Wheat-N- Wemurn INDIANAPOLIS. o. 2 red Corn -- No. 2 mixed O.vis No. 2mlxed .. 4 0) 4 10 THi M1, 31 18 & dr. 1 W INK CARTER'SINK. IS THE BEST Portr srtars t irlencr In tlie mklnir. Cotts you no mor lhn oor Ink. 1M17 not likieltl 8 (j Prestdenu tr.tr.il:!! J. Asst. ClrnL Pass. A Tlckot Act. HEADKUS OK Til 18 PAl'Kll DbdlltlSQ TO 1IUT ANYTUINQ ADVKHTISK!) IN ITS COLUMNS BU0UU) 1N8I8V UION HAVING WHAT TIIKY ASK X)ll. HKKUHINQ ALU SU113T1TUT1C3 Oil IMITATIONS. lvmii, (JK1) Ct CO (10 72M 32 17M 'TUP IrWhY UFEOFUUIIUI Ill II IT Milk. S. f. BII.I.IK, L.U.IJd IIMf., the world's ureatcstheroJiT Murat HaUtia.l AtiUNTS WANTED, only Hl.RO. I II IHWJ. (Tcunlincss, regularity and gentleness tlmuld be nccouinwilud by quick-neb- s Iu milking. FI.OUK UltAlN- - WheatNo. CornMlxt-Mixed I'OltK- - Mcnh LOUISVlLLli Winter pulont 2 3 75 red 1(0 Oits .Voice. L.lltlJ" SttttUl .,,,. 1. UbOJ v it lit 16 72 37M 'M CtIO il Or. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale Peoola ire never sold by the doien or hundred, but ala)S In packaact. At all druggists, er direct from the Or. Williams Mcdiclno Co.. Schtnectadr. H. T.. 50 cents per box. UUOICS VX.DU. Bt Hrst ConKh tjmrIn lima. 80I1I E) - Tartcs Good. Uso hr druili. H gj -- A. N. K.- -B 1763 aai - W1IK.N MHI'l'I.MJ TU AUVKUTINKKU llcne (lute thiil you saw the AdrU& tueut In llin paper. V 7 . yni iirrjTi v , -- ' ssrrss . a. . - Wax Taxes uud a Dcfltlt. LOCAL NEWS. Tile Wralnlnp fit Fulton t'otetlj- i ntlmitR "there Ilenrv WoolrMge. an njjwl oitmui will l nileffuit ot over 3100.000. of Muyneld. and well known Ui Fulton WX) nt ;ln oloae of the current tis-tcounty, died tills week. He w.w 77. jtar.,T Attention is attracted to the article The deficit at tho liiat report on "Tile Drainage." Mr. Clins. Travis, w $109000, iiihI tlila Is eertiiin depot agent, can give you further information. to bo conoitlornbl.v increnseil bv he uxponilituros during May and Mr. C?oo. Tliiek, whilst engaged an electric light wire, the ladder June. foot Seoretnr.v Once loofcR for n "nm-rin- l was tippet, nntl iu his jump one htm inereiiBp" In tho deficit next was ven- - much hurt, which makes few jfar. Ho ImppH it will not be go cripple a .To" days. Miingum. agisted by "Blind more tliiin $30,000,000, itnri pxuhcIn Milondld home talent, will give a ft got along wit bout ivnnther bond recital next week, we hear, for the ta.mio Ho ttmiuerift, however, benefit of tho Kpismpal Church. Due that "if unmet hinj? nnt'oreHeen announcement will be made. it may become imperii-tivvA swindler, who proposes to teach u put tbu 3 per cents on the ladlesfor $J.."0 how to earn several dollars per week by making artificial market." unforeseen in Howers and dress p.itterux. has been at Tho poirethliig Kentucky some of the not unlikely to be the c In I in of work ui He collecls a (Mitralin advance dollar dnmngOA 8UnrHiiioil in towns. citizens for aud never comes b.iok. Culm under the Spanish rule. Sunday. June tth. Is the flay on which t.y the twenty of Paris the which Fields, the mathematiJtiiteil Stntea airreed to pay. cian, has prophesied that Ouiugsville, Twenty million dollar in a low tins Mate, is to eo. nv n cyestimate for those claims, and it clone. It Is said he has added Mime- to now appear that huge claims for Ids prophecy and says Mt. Sterling Is to dnmageft incurred by British, receive a visit from the .same tornado. Tho residence of Mr. Sam Bennett, French and Germnn resident in about one mile Gnbii during the recent insurrec- who resides destroyed by lite south of Sunday Fulton, trill he pressed against tho evenlug. was tion Oulv a fow household gxls United States.' The nggregiite, it were saved. The origin of the lire Is it) estimated fnlly $10,000,000. not known. Mr. Bennett narrowly esMeanwhile our war expenses in caped being burned to death in his efthe I'hilippincH are certmnly not forts to .save his house, which was ungrowing less and the lowest limit insured. Hero is another drive at the profor the present appears to have ducts of the cow from the blasted been reached in Ouba and Porto A firm at Ivokomo, Iud . is Rico. The adamantine fact re engaged iu making peanut butter The mains that the war tnxes passed nut is roasted and ground and mixid for a specific purpose long since with water, and the plastic mass used accomplished, are not only to as a spread. It is said to be- very Habitable, and sells stand permanently, but even with morning, at tenlike hota cake- on a frosty cents pound. thin addition to our revenue This is what they do to pugnadethere is a great and continuing cious negroes in Kentucky. A couplo ficiency. Henderson Gleaner. of them were enjoying a slugging match in Fulton. Tho Leader says: W. It. Winter, ilmppist. Clinton, Ky., They were separated by Ksq. Kolxrts, who was standing near by and took for many years, aud among the many chargo of the negroes and fined each $'i chill tonics be Unas tho Plantation the and costs. They were then turned over most reliable ho sells, us it acts differeut to Mayor H. T Miluer, who fined them from tho ouiniue touica. which only 1.00 ahd cost each. top chills for a bhort time. It removes Editor Georgo Warren advertises the canso. and the euro is uoruiuneut. that his paper, tho Hickman Courier, is for sale. Mr. Warren has been iucn titlTHE PEACE ("O.W'EREXL'E. ed with the publication of tho paper for moro forty years. It is The Landmark ctime to the con paper thanWestern Kentucky, the oldest iu and Mr. elusion a few years ago, and so Warren has made an enviable record Muted, that war betweeu the ua-- j for ability, conservatism and journaltions wrb a thing of the past; that istic fairness during his long service as we had become too highly civil editor. Courier Journal. "Have yon noticed tho fine adverized and Christianized for that, sod that arbitration would settle tisement I have on tho fcuco out southto nil our differences iu tho future. west of town," said a merchant No, one reof his customers the other day, About the time we got settled in plied tho customer, but if you will send this belief along came the tho feuco around sonio day I will read erican war and knocked it and seo what you are dealing iu. our conclusions and prophecies Fact is, I'm reading ucwbi tapers uow-a- - haven't Into a cocked bat. Wo suddenly days andlixcnango.tiino to study feucoology. saw oar own peaceful nation transa Fulton formed into a military camp, and farmer near Leader: Frank Newton, at Walnut Grove, wits shot we are still making war on a lot from ambush fivo times last night but of simply because uono of tho shots took cited. Mr, New-towe want to possess their country. walked out to the road in front of We are hospitable to tho Czar's his house when tho shots wens tired. had pence conference, aud we wish it Ho says he causeno idea who it was and they fired from what well, but we don't expect any good Ho immediately telephonedthe shots Marshal to come of it. Statesville (N. 0.) Walker for bloodhounds but thoy were Laudmark. uuablo to bo of any assistance. vain-able fix-ni- Sfcreinrr GRe g inn-ile- tpr Tho prosenco of too mno in tne sou Keeps u com uitipre-- j vonts the rays ot tho still fioni warming the laud. Tho r&ilt is the plants never L'et the wiirinth Splendid Selection oi of the sun about the roott sential to growth. In tho next place,, when t litre is NEW BOOKS, too in null water in tho sol), the plant food becomes so nnii diSTATIONERY,. luted that a much itreutor Ljiian-tl- t t f tlnld must 1(0 taken t the roots of the plant iu order 'J be NOTIONS, &c, sufficiently nourished. So nuch water is absorbed in the stc iimd Call and sec our Stock. Everyleaves that it keeps down Jielr KERB. Ml & BA2TDLE, - NTHplfr-TrT- mm1 mWmmmWtmmm7 f Jar Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, 1c jFINE AST 4 WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING A SPECIALTYl KY -. r I tte-tm- temperature and increase i the evaporation, thus produces a thing up to date. lower natural heat and ciinltii; Maky 11i:uenuk8 it Co. thugrontb to be retarded If not I arrested. In tbu third place the phytical properties of the soil nro improved by the removal of the !er. Tipo clnjs when dry uiui be in1'!' reduced ton powder, but ben (Suecaor to Win. I'lvUcllirlnk,) water Is poured upon thiMn'illt'i OKALCR is run together mid become oloe, compact and adhesive aud oxclaile the air from tho roots of the grow Fancy Groceries and iiiL-- plants, but when the water Is removed these soils gradually con Provisions, I i Oouuino Soth Thomas Alarm Clocks for Sl.00.. Doors Knot of Laclede Hotel, HICKMAN C. .1. IIOl.COlHhV V. . T. TTI.KIt, Prri'U l'r.U B. E. Barti&tVBPCKMANPaid U SlIltI'MiS - V J i Jii:au.aBKLEni.lavlt ,4l I,'MIVtli:i HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. . BAITS, LflaMS. I4,OOv W C. JMIV.O.i.- ' a;ital $50,000.00 IMtOFITfi t? ! rant and crack in every direction. Solicits your biiHinesH. Wo offer the most Liberal Arooiiuaoiiiatiaaa The access of air is essentia! to to'ottr OiiHtoinerH Consistent with Uutublltthad KENTUCKY. i GKIUAN, the fertility of the soil and to tie Ilankiiii.' Prlnuiplua. healthy growth of nil cultivated crops. Drainage by tho use of, tiles makes room for tle air to K.T.TYLKK, C. A. I1OLCOMD10, .1. NAYI.Olt, VT. U. RAIP25KK FUBK D12LIVKUY. enter by removing the water from &J. W. COWGlLIi. W- - L. McOUTOIIKN. M. . SHAW. the soil. After every rni'n 'the water tduks to the tiles, is uarrird Telephone Storo No. 9i; Uesi-- i off and leaves the mass of the Foil porous enough for tho pouet ration den co, No. flt. ot air. llAM'IMt'll'KIIUS MK Till. CKM.IIKATCD Vegetable matter becomes dojnb h'tis valuable in a soil drained am filled with atmospheric uir. Whfii the soil Is saturated with wilier the vegetablo matter either We composes very slowly or prndurfi acid compounds that are deleiiti oua to vegotable life. Whenttiei air is ndtnitted freely, however! to the soil, vegetable matter deoijni-pose- s rapidly. Carbonic nciii is produced In largo quantities, is well as other compounds on wh ch the plant may live. The air r i , IlIOIiMAJV WAGON CO., I the soil better (ltted for plant It occurs, therefore, t nt mauuroH containing organic ti titer are far more effective on widl drained lands than on lauds tor- charged with water. Killed w A the inorganic constituent: if KcxoiCDMjvasr, I '.KEasTTTroicr. . V T-T"- y . . V S Spanish-Am- quaranti Mhc small-po- x Dresden has been partially ra1 lit w D The BEST OFFER Ever Made by LA UCir. !A(!KS KVRItV WKKK KOU ONLV world, eomainiug tl the newa In elthl pagea Model Miatin one year for 51.30 a Newspaper! tirlatad In tha and Ttaa Iltpubllo wl A c:n. Tho aemi-wef1 semi-barbarian- s u Tho Repnblican Committea of Fn ti Comity in culled to meet nt Fulton, Ky on Satnrday, Jntio3rd, 1890, at o'fix; p. in., for the mirpofo of ulrctliiK to attend the State Convent on, which meets at Frankfort. Kv , Jnly 'ud, lfeti'J. L. Coluxs, Chm. ) Gko. T. Bkadles, Sec'y. lha ! nral lwlet-a-ek, $1.50. nwppr eatnl-wetkfy the newpapr aueeeia of I80T A The Itopublle SunJay Mtgaalne 18 large page etery weak. I pagea ol fun, 14 home jutirnal of the li coutaUa more high-ela- n pagan of llie hflibtPtl und beat raaJm prluird. er allcmpletl In any other publleailoB. ptciurea and cartwn linn were U More inted wrilera and artiata conlrilmie lo Tho lUpublio Magaila th ttt ela, 4 The Courier for Sale. ' FELL FIFTY FEET. One of the carpedters, "Bid llarolson" by name fell from the top of the now courthouse building yesterday breaking a leg, fivo ribs and numberless seeero brnls-cb- . lie was taken to the Frey Hotel and has boon in nn almost iinoonBoions state ever since. Dr. Gr.flin is waiting on him. There is not much hope Tor his recovery. Lake Co. Press. have called a state convention for July 27, at Frankfort to nominate u state The populists aa - 4 ticket. the Navy Department that he will jiot reach Now York before October 1st. Col. E. W. Cole, of Nashville, dlod very suddenly in New York last week, where he had gone with Ids wife and daughter on a busi ness trip. that Lieutenant Governor Worth mgton's pardon record is as open Aumikal Dewey has notified The Louisville Commercial says Tho Bard well Push prints this little incident of the visit of tho gnu-boNashville at Columbus : A stranger handed one of tho Nashville's "jack-ies- " a half dollar and asked him to "show him around." Tho "j.ickio" tossed tho money in tho river, colored up aud indignantly but politely informed tho visitor that he wits an American citizen, in the employ of his country and needed no half dollar to extend" any conutesy ho could extend to an American citizen. You may nttack a man's character, and ho may forgive yon ; you may abuse his family, and make it ui with hint ; you may assault his religion, and finally regain his fayor; you may dispute with him about his favorite brand of spirits, and yet live to enjoy his friendship. But when yon begin to interfero with the rights and privileges of his dog you overstop tho bounds of human endurance, and war will follow. It doesn't matter that tho dog is a worthless cur. In fact, that only aggravates tho otfenso. The dog is all tho moro loved for being no good. Tho dog is a part and parcel of man's personal liberty, uud when von tonch that yon uro striking at tho very foundation htono of our government. Such rights are guar- autoed us under tho Constitution, and by tho blood of our fathers w(3 nro going to maintain those rights. Ex. any other Wetiarn pulilieaiion. The Magatlne will he told onlr In connection with the ub lie. bat ! mailed aeparately each week. Addrt-tall ordera to Ka Tho Hickman Coukikh UofTcrtafor sale on reitsouahlo terms. Tho reyon for desiring to soil Is, that the ovicx hnvhiK been euK'UKed in its pnblic.it on for near forty years, simply desire to The retire from newspaper bimlnc-u- t. oillco is well nppointed eqnal If not superior to most country otllcen, uud tho paper is well established, us u by its lpng life The bnsinchs is fair and healthy, bnt in no wiienx-tr- a romnnerntlviv only reasonable for tiuin arid mony invest-- d. There aro many yoniiK men looking ont for safe opportunities for huslncs.', ind here is a ciiance. KOit TIIK IIKPITIIIMC, Nt. IiAuIn, SI. TZrwrnl lJ ciovkrnok: P. WAT. HARDIN. Subject to tho action of tho Democratic Stato Convention. " Farmers Free Column. Under this heading will hereafter Is) published notices not to exceed 0 hues each, from fanners who are HnWrili-ers- , who havo horses, mules, cows, products, seed, &c, for sale, free of charge. remarkable how many Stock I'ahturc. to criticism by his Republican graceful motions a lady can inukc good iMiMnre. I havo just opened friends as by bis Democratic ene- with the hand which wears the dia- Briny on your htock. a S. A Wadr. mies. It Is not creditable to his mond ring. sense of justice. A Kontuckinn nnmed Carnan The court of appeals is working around to a point whero one made an attempt to commit suicide day it will reverse its formor po- in St. Louis, Saturday, by jumping sition on building and loan asso- into the river. He refused to grasp ciations, and these useful accos-orie- a rope thrown to his succor and to home building will be struggled against the attempt made permitted to exist. P a d u o a h to save him. THE POl'ULAIt LINK FOIt News. St. Loula, Kan plow manufacturers have The most disastrous cyclone ana City, Chicago, Si. l'aul.Omali.i,(lolhta The Toledo, sail virtually formed a trust, the capi- that hag visited Nebraska in ten North, EaitlDetroit, Wf, CNiro, all nnd New talization ot which will be over years past swept over tho country Mobile, Mirmlneham, CbatlouooRa, Monlgoincry, ThoaifH-vill(65000,000. The combination will between Mcdon and Kcneshnw. Atlnnla, AuRiiiln, Charlcaton, take in all the leading plowmak-or- s Houses and barns wero destroyed, .laoknontllle, Ttiuin, Port T.m-pin the country, the moBt of uud people only saved by retreating Miarai, and nil poluta in the Southwhom are located within 200 miles to oyclono cellars and getting into east. Organization was ditches. of Cbiosgo. LIcKint Vmtlbuled First Clans Ooaebea with ymokliig room, aud commie It luiltt practicullycomploted at a meeting lavalotlH held in Chicago lust week. Moro Nine persons were killed and roomn andl'orler In for UJIes and genattendance obarfteii score of men, representing many badly injured in a wreck on tlemen, coafort of the than a with tho rnssetifiers. Alio the big factories, woro in attend- tho Burlington, Cedar Rapids and Vestlhuled l'ajace Sleeping Cara wjlb ance, and the result of their Iliifet belwem Northern railroad near Waterloo, Drawing lloom and New will bo made nuparout and Mobile, Orleam, MontSunday morning. A cloud- gomery, Tbomaaville and Jsckaoimlle, la., in the incorporation of a combiburst had left the truck unsupport- PU. nation which is intouded to ultiJ. T. P0II f mately talis In all the manufactur- ed and tho entire train was derailGeneral Traffic Manager, Mobile. Ala. ers of agricultural implements in ed. Several of the cars wcro teleB, K. l'OSKY, " scoped, Qeoeiul l'aiieiiger Aicuu the United States. is It '2WE53U -- Hm? 'rf? Mobile And Ohio Railroad. o s j? 2 r- - When you go to Arkansas or Texas you can travel In comfort if you know now. Ask the ticket agent for a ticket via the COTTQN iiliLT KOUTE and you can ride In a reclining chair car, without extr cost, and thus avoid the discomforts you would encounter in in ordinary car. The chairs are arranced so you can have a comfortable seat during the day and a good place to sleep at night. Each car is supplied with a ladies' dressing room and a gentlemen's smoker. You will not have to bother about changing cars, for theta cars run through from Memphis and Cairo to Texas without change. Direct connections arc made at Cotton Belt (unctions with trains Tor all parts of Texas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma and the far West. 11 rou are tlilnllmrof tnklrirn trip, write nmllellui where you are tofni: ami wlicu you will leave, nnd we will tell you how much or ticket wiltcott.whnt trnln totake no in to make the bctt time ii nd connection, ami ntiytlilni: tUc we rnn Hint wilt help makp our trip n comfortable one An inlereiliui: little booklet, "A TKIP TO THXAS," will be muitcil tree to any nilitrcii. u, n. ADAHI, TravelluK I'uaaeuL'cr Attcot, CAIKO, 111.. (4M U. W. LallUAUMG, Ccu'l l'Bsn'r knit Tkl. Ageal. ST. I.OU1S, MO. N.iih-vlll- e, e, a, D. O. l'AUK. J. 0. Bl'EiaUT. & DR. S. K. DAVIDSON PARK ro 2. MAYFII5LD. SPEIGHT, KENTUCKY. HICKMAN, BtiftindBB KISNTUOK Will tlo a Gonornl Lnw iu nil Courts, Stnto and Fedoral, anil In all tho Courts of Fulton County. OfUco over Cowfilll & Oowgltl't Diuti Store, Prompt Attcnllou iu'u Collections. 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