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VOL, XXXIV, NO. sions. 30. wmmmmwfmmmmwmjwmwwmmwwmmwifl mil man who LViid n . r .wkx for lnnle urn oraM ilnpl.md. Government for New PossesTim Ellisons.... OFFER mtnm iKi hm m, ,im pnin ; P.ri,ul lentil no ruiU sound BJJistnrlt Ins hind. i,r,.r. 1 Of. I IT 'l ( THIS WEEK j Summer Lawns at 21sc Silk Mousseline DeSoie, Sold early in season at COc, at1 Now 25 and 40c. v. ChallieS, All-Wo- ol were 20c; now 12k. worth 50c, at 25c. in Challies, Nainsook Checks, . Silk Waists, 83.50 quality; now $2.75. Fancy Suitings at 8c X. jE H: French Organdies reduced from 20c to 15c. were 10c. W. S. A. Ts OLIVER. Blacksmith and Underlaker 4W SW JTIOKMAN, . vKKNTU.OKY. l "4I,JJ if Luten-Ran- dle. here tliis week. certain clauses of the whites, but luro (5c. will ho held in Clinton on the grout mass of tho nogro popuBUO 10 and JO It rnnntv Snuilnv Rnlinnl At tho Methodist Church, in Hickman, lation was unfitted for citizenship. Were 8c. Elation convention. Wednesday ovening, 11th inst., by Rev. W O. Hoiley, Mr. Hoiiacb LU-tk- The whites or the South were Mrs. V. M. Gardner and son .Tsio. and Miss Katk M. Raxultj. .mid MiKsIInttie Hankins, ijf Mar- best qualified to govern, to reIn this Lssuo wo chroniclo ono of tho store peace and , hiH ut cdiu-MlaIn town. order, but the has taken, V W. Homer loft yesterdny most pleasant events that Generals and militnry lenders of ijrJU Sterlunr. to attend the (Jeite'nil placo in our little city for some time, , 01 ni'IlllUKV JUlIhlN. l'eaco and quiet have hovered about the tho North distrusted their loyalty, -Pki home of our young people, and until nnd knew the negro population' TriH-Kmiico Morris, of Madison- ;lUo, Tt.;andMk Hettio Fields, of lust "Wednesday evening, tho tranquil was loyal but ignorant. Honco . ; i(y of our sooial circles had not been resulted tho enfranchisement of .....u, ,!.- i.n4...i u uv.v Ak.l r. The Fulton IiCiulor roiKirts twp perturbed for many mouths past, bnt tho loyal negroes and the enVe of smalhlox at Bennett's school- - cnpid, that "sly littlo fox," always . Iranip negroes aro the victims. where ho ought to be, brought about thronement of tho white carpetUP" Ovir 20 years oxpenenco in re- - tho culmination of a happy court- baggers as rulers and governors. hue watciies tuid clocks. ship between ono of onr most charming Wo all know how disastrous and finug guaranteed or money refunded young ladies Miss Kate M. Randle and ruinous to nil Interests was tho H. W. Bl'ck. Dr. Horace Luton, 11 prominent young rnlo of the carpot-bugger- s. Mi-1 Ida Xiisrihamii returned to her physician of Fulton. The occasion was ono of unusual inhcino in Capo CJirardoan, last Friday, So far, the rule of tho United a3.5oaip;uiiiHl by her little sistor, l'au- - terest to their many friends and rela, TilK romovnl of tlio Merrimno liirejj tives hs evidenced by the fact that for States in thoso new possessions Iili'i&Beckinan, some tuuogeioro tho words were CM 111 has been entirely military rule. fc tlio largest cotton mill n. one of .TEvcry Democrat in Fulton county which spake their hearts together, the A 1iyear old Indiana boy al uml uinM complete ofitnbltslitiitMilB 0 Wishes to have (l VOiCO in UUIlliUI! Mrthndist nimrrli vrna filln.1 willi n But this will not last; and we don't of tlio Knat, from Lowell, Much., tempted to ilrowu his (uther, lool l 'UtMt GoVCrilOr ()f KolltllCkV Sbnnld tI lnrn I.UMVUUIQV nf Ln.UIIl (mm nn. ll, 11 suppose any one desires that It AVJ.I. Jktl t..HV oni.cm.ivr, ".. to Htintnvllle, Ala., innrkp the l city. ed IiIh nioihorin the.cellnr, RtJ Oic convention togetlier witlv a number of LsU0r4A aua iu-- 1 Bnt. f tar the military. - i'i " a i.yr---?! m general., heplni 1 TMHM of, '' ' of, i...j.i, iiiii nlMT1iMaili"1 Married, at the Utilizer honw in Hick innii, on Wednesday, .Tune If, at II a. the Philippines, in n gront ques-tfTnW S HuiilHruiA h vI.ik.... ;... m., ny uev. w. U. Wntara, Mr. li. It. Oertnin olomonts in Oubn, ICuykendiill, of Dawson, ICj-- tnMKs ouitliun-Haltor, danghtT of tin Porto Itfoo, and ovon in tho Phil -Ioni Julia It O N.inci'.nf KiihAiwi. A,LInto O. II. Ualtzer. IppinoH, nccordliig to best viw in tow u Monday. Seldom isayoung couplo niiitotlin the nro educated, civilized and Mists Llllllll mill Vnlllu lil..i. .... holy bands of wedlock atti'iided with IffcltinL' m.tlli conntrv. christianized. Tlio ability displaymoro universal good wishes, or more Miir, of Now'Mudrid. was worthy and deserving on their own ac- ed' by many of thoir leadors prove Hickman Wtclnevlay. m count. Tho was raised in thin beyond doubt. But the Hotl. Win. J Krniin. iTiiiiliilntu f,.,. majority aro not educated, this community, but is now the cashier Novinior, yum in the city ywrterday. of tho bank at Dawson Springs, Ivy., and a very Inrgo proportion not Mks Mncuio Ileudorhoii u visitint? and is conipotenf and prosporous, and even civilized. But, right or 5i.fr eoiwin, Mm. Lola Kcovcs this week. the. brido accomplished and pure miud-ed- , wrong, they are now under tlio -- Tlio little folks 111 Kast Ifickinan or ono of our best f.nmlii and unisovereignty of the United Stntoa, tre nrraiiKiii,' tolinvoa "cake walk" versally loved. Tho marriage v?as prifxin. and, as hucIi, havo to be dealt Mrs. Kol)t. Hack and clnldron lmvn vate, no invitations, and tho nappy Itnrued from a visit to relative at couplo left Wednesday night for a bri- - with. At tho close of our own dlo trip to St. Louis and other cities. civil war somewhat similar condiTenii. I). Hays, a prominent lawyer of Dawson Springs will be thoir future tions confronted tho Federal' aulacWm, T01111 , Is spending several days home. thorities. In tho South tho highuHickinan est degree of education and culMollie Cnuinhcll and Miss tivation known to mnn existed in Halt, of Cayce, have been visiting s t't wM.mii.Kiii - m,m ' 'IU' by men s "' al1" I1K.. he mvi. milliner mid method for i. governing Culm, Porto KIco and Mrs ., ItH - bride-groo- -- .i: rol-lfle- lie in nan ts, j t-T- m Uev C-- w"-ml"- 5f : , P. E&JSON. s louiig-.vinericn- - A.haakaLf Bei 'ror-ttifTT- VT .J Wacom, Ao Ifr VI Iv fi. Mobile And Ohio .Southern Sluilriiln L'oiifcreurc nml L'hrlMluii Asmi- Young Women' n Ooodo elation CoiiTCMtlon. 18'JU. Ashovlllo, N. 0., Juno Mid Holld Illaek Common, Itoecwood, wbloii cn I10 Wtlnnt Collin nil For tho ubovo occasion all conjiou Hi Inl up In uliort nolliv, and at ru0D-al- l l.,V..t ,u it llw. M.iliitu Ar Oliln Hull. 1It in a cull. price. road will coll tickets to Ashovillo, N. 0. Shop near the Jail. and ri'turn at rati 01 Ono Limited Fan for the round trip, tickets colli Juno IHth, Nth. Ifith and 10th, limited for return pasago to Jnno 20th. nl9 kf.p a full lint .lun. or rciwlr pclnlty llorlioItic of In the South. - bouplit trhinkoy, ot (Irtlnk, was nrroHted mtd locked up, tried to IiiniHelf with IiIh HiiHpendora. wnH rut down in time In steal u lint nnd veet from follow priHon or, mid wna 11 ally nent to the reform farm. 1 jSW ti 1 1 T Undortakor' 11 l(lth-27t- 11 Ce, Jirst-ulahS'say- I neseus uniii unre ana it suits his trade becnasn it oradi-tolrates tho system of nil iimlarial prison, ami ho guarantee s it. Hilda si O. K Mounts. Druggist. Moscow, Ky.. Railroad. TIIRl'OI'ULAU LINK Hi, FOIl Kmi The New, Reliable Jewelry Store. We have derided to remain in tho liuve made large additions of tiic JEW B lilt Y BUSINKSS nnd Clly, Detroit, Toledo, ami nil pnlnli N'nril.. INl anil Vi, Cilni. .Vew Or- .. I.t ,.,'..,.. I ..1.. mrmiiiKiimn in...., t .Monti, the Moycr'H MOOK. , ,,.-.- , 1 . TliontiiK. . 1 imiitiiooiM. Moiiienincrt. in 1... mo r 01 ich, .1... iiuwuni . r.re.i, uuu hii uiMi.mr guai- " "H . - a. .m. A.imi.1.. rinrlwlan. fa-- ' all goods will Im exactly as represented, we aslc our ciiMoin- vuoimli. Jekvonlllv, Tnniii. l'nrt Tarn- antre that pn, Mliml, ami nil (mini" la the South- - ers to give us thoir pntronngc. nil LH',(!lilprnjS'. I''il,"ni:lit. NEWEST AND LATEST NOVELTIES 'rBei ...!. nai ""-- i! 1 CIhm I'onoli.'n nil eumlrla toiUt mnkiiiK rooin, ritonm kuiI lnTnlorl'H for lullf t mid l'lirtrr In Mir ml re charKi-i- l Alco w lie c.iaiforl of (lie Kmtnfrrn. Vmtlbiilnl IUNm 8lfpliiR Cam win. DrsHlnf Ituoin dJ Huftl brtwren 81 Iiiiln mul Molillr, Ntw llrlmna, wild larion' Vmllbulrd Flrtl grn-ilfin- en Wilson's Book and Jewelry Store, 11 Tlin lliiyfrnef ..... .obvw. t TllO P.hnniWQf ... ..v,..!.. T TllO ..v. l?OCf I Mont-Konirr- mrtlT VAflvlnrii Arl- - nnllilniM ' IMiitv nirl. JJCO. , ...... .... ., , r ...w, w.- ,,: intpiul In In mil nf Mw. ivof iif.wi.ii lorui inrai wwiwmii vcriuiujo ' jiuii i'n umi siiriiuuurj , null- (;iiiiti-iui Baker-Fl- o which-haA now metalic telephone line ls td catelyand tusti fully arranged byloing The wnrd Fend built between r niton and Hickman- iiaims nun marts; annas tlio ilowers beon prevailing to Clay Comi petals. i soon as the poles can 1h hauled and unfolded Ualr most beautiful nut on the ronto tlio West Keiitncbv their fragrant breath liore to the audi- ty, tins atate, tor about a year, iSlephone Company will put a crew to ence that happy song of "Vo Olden Times" "Then You'll RomemberMo" and which has resulted in tho killMrfliiiuu It. Maylleld Monitor. when to the momontary surprise of al- ing of 0 people, nnd the destructiThe Kentucky Press Association will 0110, $ Id its Thirteenth Annual nieotiuir at most every MaroJistrains of Mendelsohn's on of thousands of dollars of Wedding wire heard and tho 11 and 12, Mil). Henderson. Kv , July bridal party advanced led by tho property, had another terrible am nt tlio close 01 tne meeting win ushers. Mr. John Biggs, of Fulton, and killing Monday. Tho trial of the fpart for Petoskey, Mich. The entire Mr. Fiu ley Randle, a brother of tho ' ip will occupy ono week. bride. Then came Mrs. Krncit Kdetitou, Bakers was in progress at Man Ward Luteuand Miss Leone Fnqua, of Jackson, Trim., tho matron of Honor chester, the county seat, tho Govof Martin, . W. Horner and Miss Virginia Luton, and Mks Amelia Sebnstion, ernor had a troop of militia there J Murphy and Miss Mario Brovard, Teiiu , the bridesmaid, who were fol T. Randle and Miss Amelia Sobas-- t lowed npwtively by the bntlo, in com- to preserve ordor and protect tho in constituted a party from Hickman pany with her brother, Mr. Will Ranprisoners. The prisoners wore .ntendiiiL' a reception given Mr. and dle, and tho groom leauiug on the arm of his groomsman, Mr Ward Luton. in custody of tlio militia in a tent, rs Horace Luteu at r ulton. After meeting in the chancel, Rev. W. Tho Democratic State Convention G. Hetloy, in his inimitable way pro- when from tho window of a house ronld do itself credit and tho Demo- nounced them man and wife, thus : nearby, Tom Baker, tho loader of ats of the State proud to kick the met, Two 1imH llko Ullri. rnliklrn his side, was shot and instantly hole delegat ion out no matter who they Wlifii Cnplil niik'kljr Ji.l iii1 i.iillii, Ami Hltl. I.uif re for or against. No doubt there are rri llnkixl tl.lr lir killed. The militia charged tho A nt tno )i.rl hi dim In U'atliij. honest democrats in Louisville, but on'J.'ho bride whs nttired in an exquisite house but no ono was found fliov nro coiimhiiuius uj imu uuimin' suit of whito organdie, triuuned in Val- ly a smoking Winchester rifle on rom pn.nanes lace, with hat to match, and Mr Kph Daws, who resides about enciennes carried white carnations. The groom the bed. No ono knows who did four miles from the city on tho State wore the conventional frock of black tlio shooting, but it vns deliberroad, was thrown from his mule this af with light trousers and gloves. ternoon at the rear of Weak's store as Immediately after the marriago they ate, planned, prearranged murder. he was preparing to depart for las home left for thoir home in Fulton, followed Tho trial of tho others was transafter being in the city a few hours. He by the kindest wishes from their many was thrown on his luick and shoulders friends for a "bon voyage" on tho sea ferred to tho adjoining comity of ?(l painfully if not serioufly injured- .- of marital life. May their lives bo ono Knox. This wholo torriblo afl'air, Leader. day of poaco and prosperG lives havo been ity, is the sincere desire of tlio writer of out of which .- itltl tmmmmmimimm thtfWKtHttmitiiuiam - fs " ..'U-I.- ,,.i.r.. ia i " at - ii 1 PIH ii uin -- i ' s 7"vrjTijTf 1 . 1 . tUi-l- r 11. 1 i never-endin- g Tlioiaitlll nd Jnckfonilli, T. those poorly subscribed lines. A FU Qenrml TralTie MbiitRer. Mnhllr, Aln. K. K l'OSKY, J. roi:. .Modest .Stalesiiinn. Bal- . (lencrl l'mnnnirr Aenl. $ HOT WEATHER G0ODSU WE IIAVK .JUST UE?EIVED NEW LINK ' Under the nbovo head tho timore Sun coiumontR on Senator Turley's withdrawal: Senator Turley, of Tonnesseo, has attained national distinction to tho by declining United Slates Senate on tho ground that he is1 unwilling to the hitter part of his life to a constant struggle for offioo" and that 'Tennessee has many sons better lltted for the plnce.'' In a letter fotimillv declining the senator insists that ho prefers piivate life to public Such sentiments are so ox traordinnrv nowadays as to bo culled proprietary 'J Im American in public life nt present is perfectly willing to Htrugglo foi ofllco and considers the fact that his state has ''other sons better lltted for places irrov-u- l He Hays nothing about it out himself and objects to being reminded of it. Ah for the charms of ptiwito life, ho wants oflioo to make him a Hying. Senator Turley lu mi abnormal man. His sou timentt. do himself, his stato and tho nation honor and his stntuo ought to decorate tho entrauco Jil to tho national oapitol, do-votof-lic- YOU lost, much property destroyed and the whole county terrorized, grow up out of a 810 acoount and somo saw logs. Both families have oxtousivo kinship in tho county, cousidorublo property interests, nnd nearly overybody involved in ono sido or tho other. Itc-Uid- GET AlOliE (JOUIlIKR Inlhf TW10B JOUUNAb Hum I11 nay oilier paper pnlillitie.1 liolb lu ijunlliy and qtimillly. White White Shirt Waists, Sailors, the Latest, Organdies, Lawns, Dotted Swiss, Etc. BALTZBR & DQDDS. 1.00 or more. -- Annual e 1899. St. Louis, Mo., Juno For tho nbovo occasion all ticket agt's of tho Mobile & Ohio Railroad, Mobile to Red Rock iuc.lu.slvo, will sell tickets to St. Louis and return at. rate of Ono Limited Faro for tho round trip, tickets to bo sold Juno 18th, 10th ami 5,'Oth, limited to return Juno 26th. 20-2-M, First-Clas- s 1. Order Uriuul Lodge II. of Klks. k 104 Papers One Year For 50 Cenls, COUIUKIl-JOUItThe l1 of mi,l,y dHIi NAL In the tlie miptrlor of all oilier papers. Il prlnta more real new, more ,oo(i oUm uinllor, more gooil stories, than any other. Wednetilay and Saturday. A good oommlinlon to nuents. Sample coplon free Write lo on upplloallon. TW1CK-A-WKKK Tlio very Goods to make you comfortable - ql during the HOT WEATHER. A CONVENTION of tramps has been called to moot lu Danvillo, III , Juno ISth to discuss tho social condition out of which tho hobo has been evolved. A New pugilistic star has arisen. Jnmos J. JoffrioB, tho giant son of a groat proaohor of Los Angolos, Cat., who defeated ltobt. Fitzsuntnous, of Australia, tho hitherto undefeated champion of tlio world, In olovon rounds. Tho PHOTO BUTTON TICKET with each purchase of tir--r contest wns hold at Oonoy Island, COURIER-JOURNA- CO, LOUISVILLK, KY. L Now York, boforo an immouso crowd. .TofTrloB won easily aftor ho had taken tho measure of hla ninu, i ft 2.- - 2 - " rTiTr t vf The Hickman Courier or.OUUU WAKUEK, I'ubllslicr. HOWARDS AND THEIR ALLIES they Ar In Possession of llio Itsker-llonnl IV tut (Iroiiml Assassination of ARMY ADVANCES Americans Swoop the Count ry'iletwcci? tho Hay of Manila and Hay Lake. RjllNYWEATHER NO BARRIER sY, TOWN ALMOST WIPED OUT. 'i ulin' Art, to l! Vigor by HICKMAN. KENTUCKY. lout linker l'roin Ainbouh. tome of l ttj it Pursued With llur Troopt Out' " t o.ifcreiue. ss New lllrlimmul, w la., VUHrd by n Storm Many Klllid and tl'ronerty Deitroyeil Other Tonus Visited. l'rom "Evit Dispositions Are Early Shown' VJ,J.J.J.XXXXXJ.XJ.XJi.J.XJ.AA.'.XAJ.A J -- II- JU1NE. Won. Tub. TTTim- - J077, Frl. ., it X Sun. Hi Wed.Thur. 3'Jl 4 1 riL "i. LJL J. ii 1 3! 1125 26 27 2i.il IE 28"29""30" TOPICS. TfTTtTTtTTTfri'TTTV TTTTiFK CURRENT Or every 1,000 sailors 84 have rheumatism every year. Pm:mdbt McKini.ky Is becoming as Inveterate a smokcrnsUeu. U.S. Grant. OscAit I kicks, aged 13, of New York, was strangled to death by a swing, rope. but needles have been used for forty Pins have been made for InO years, centuries. , Thomas Mann, tho English labor leader, has become landlord of a London tavern. TiiKitr. arc 03 steamers on tho Swiss akes. The largest can transport 1 iOO passengers. Enoi.and's merchant marine includes over 21,000 vessels, of which aboutS.OOO arc steamers. England has built for other coun tries since January 1, 121 ships, valued s r field, 111., is soon to have a ticw labor temple, with library and ending CincAno has 227 miles of track elevation completed, and sixteen miles more has been ordered. Cohshth made of aluminum arc now "jed by medical men for the treatment of spinal disorders. Ok every 100 school children In London 0j leave school between their tenth and eleventh years. Florence Niohtixoai.e is now nearly 60 years old, but In better health than for years past. A Haptist preacher at Madison. Ind., has resigned his pastorate in order to become a Mormon missionary. Thirty years ago there were only two dozen explosive compounds known to chemists; now there are over 1,000. Utah gives its convicted murderers tho choice of how they will be executed. The latest one chose to be shot. One of the features of the Como electric exhibition is to be a contest between operator in rapid telegraphy. GKS.JViiKKl.Kn,U .a roUglous roan, ''na,'in5mKrirot'W stnlt ln'ttie Cufenn campaign say he always prayed on retiring for the night. Mjin. Camille Flamiiarion, wife of the astronomer, is heading a popular movement among French women for general disarmament. ENTKnrwsiNQ citizens of Mountain View, O. T., have purchased the rival town of Oakdalc and arc moving it to Mountain View in ccctions. Hans Lanoseth, a Norwegian farmer of Glyndon, Minn., has a beard 63 inches long. lie wears it colled inside of his vest when he works. One cf Gov. Hooscvelt's admirers has presented him with a rare old Damascus blade supposed to be that carried by Gen. lilucher at Waterloo. Pens resembling our quill pens but made of reed, have been found in Egyptian tombs supposed to date from u period 2,500 years before Christ. The United States is about the only ation whose great days, like tho ''curth of July and Memorial day. are celebrated all over the civilized world. Uuffalo'8 new union railroad station, to cost 80,000,000, is to have a waiting room SO by 235 feet, said to be he largest in the world. The other accessories and the train shed arrangement are on the same liberal scale. In 1871 Germany lost 143,000 lives by Emallro.v. In 1874 a law was passed making vaccination obligatory In the first year of life, and compelling its repetition at the tenth year. The remit was that the disease almost entirely disappeared. To lessen the jar of railroad car a cushion wheel has been patented, the edge of the disc haying a slot, which Is covered with a cushioning material before the outer shoe is put on, the latter having its inner edge shaped to fit the groove on the wheel. Tiikkk can be no doubt that the most obliging postmaster in the state of Missouri lives at Jlethel. lie recently put a telephone in his ofilco and announced that for the benefit of those patrons who are connected by wire, and who may desire it, he will pcn th.'Ir letters and read the contents to them over the phone. A Kansas farmer in a fit of anger because ho was delayed by a freight train at a crossing drove his team on the other track and obstinately refused to move when the mail train came along. Orders, threats, entreaties and curses alike failed to move him, and ho hold up the train 20 minutes, when tho freight pulled out. The city of Detroit has appropriated the sum of $7,000 for public concerts this summer, with tho proviso that union musicians only shall be engaged to furnish the music The Emperor William has ono peculiarity, which is that ho will havo several kinds of bread on tho table at every meal, of all of which he partaken in turn. The largest cask in the world is the Jllatner cask, of Nuremberg, Germany. It is 105 feet in diameter and 51 feet deep, and its completion a few years ago was celebrated by a ball, at which over 500 persons were on tho floor 0 Sriti.so out-of-to- at 2,710,754. London Dki'ot, Ky., June 12. The Howards and their allies, tho Whites are in possession of the ground in the feud and few ltakcrs 01 llaker sympathizers arc loft to molest them. After Tom llaker, tho head of the llaker faction, met his tragic death Saturday afternoon at the hands of an assassin, whoso deed stands alone the coldest blooded In the history of Ken lucky feudal wars. The state militia, under Gol. Williams with Wiley, Jim, Dee and Al llaker. shorn of their arms, left over the mountain road fori where there the charges of murdering lturch Stores and llsou Howard will be tried on a change ol ve lue granted by Judge Cook. llaker, when shot, was in his tent and within 70 feet of the assassin who fired from the porch of Sheriil llcv White's house, diagonally across the street, llaker told his wife that he was tired and would stand up for fresh air, when ho did so a bullet pierced hU breast. Col. Williams sounded assembly nnd tho battalllon of malitia charged White's house. They found the gates locked and the doors barred, but the boys in blue broke the locks and bars and found inside nothing save a stack of Winchester ri lies; upon examination one of these guns was found to contain a freshly exploded cartridge, and it is this which sent the leaden mlsslc through the heart of the most fearless feud leader Kentucky ever produced. The people of this place and along the road to Manchester are wild with excitement. Sympathy for the llaker is expressed on every side. The troops are powerless under Kentucky law tc protect or execute the simplest duty, being subject to tho orders of the county sheriff, who in this case is not in sympathy with their purpose. John G. White, of Winchester, a brother of Sheriff llcv White, with two guards passed through here Sunday going to the scene. It was stated Sunday night that Special Judge A. King Cook will order a special grand jury and attempt to indict the slayer of Tom linker, but the fact that Judge Cook Is not the regularly elected judge will make an uphill task for him. Sheriir Ileverly P. White is now under arrest charged with the murder ol Tom llaker, leader of his faction In d feud, in the courtthe house yard Saturday afternoon. The sheriff is under the same military guard that was sent here in a vain endeavor to protect Baker's life, but Col. Williams ha taken every new prisoner precisutlou to toe that if found guilty shall pay tho penalty without the premature fate of his alleged victim. Nevertheless, blood for blood is the cry of llaker's relatives and those who know them say Thorthey are bound to get it. ough investigation has established the fact beyond doubt that the shot that killed llaker was fired from the house of Sheriff White. It camu from a window in the front room on the left side of the house, between 75 and 100 yards from where tho camp was pitched. It develops that Hiker was not standing outside tho guard house tent when killed. Though repeatedly warned not to expose himself, llaker, too confident of the protection afforded him, walked to the entrance and leaned on the center pole, still keeping under canvas. Hut this much exposure was enough for the d murderer concealed across the street. Baker-Howar- d llaker-Ilowarkeen-eye- LYNCHED BY COLORED MEN. Five Hundred Negroes Took Simon Ilrooks, Colored, Front Jmll at Sanlls, 11 lit., and Tut Illm to Death. Miss., June 12. Simon Brooks colored, was lynched by a mob Sardi, 500 Negroes near here, having been taken from the jail some time between midnight and dawn. The crime, which thus avenged, was most atrocious. Saturday night a Negress named Armistcad while returning from a shopping tour to hcrhome was assaulted by 1! rooks and another Negro. The woman was outraged, her throat was cut aud she was severely beaten about the head and her jaws were tightly tied to prevent breathing. Her body was then concealed in rubbish. The woman rallied sufficiently to give tho alarm and the names of her assailants. Part of the goods taken from the woman was later found in a trunk belonging to Ilrooks. The mob, which was composed entirely of Negroes, did its work quietly. The white people knew f the affair hours after itoccurrcd. of noth-ingo- The Iowa at I'oijet Sound Naval Station. Hiiemkuto.v, Wash., Juno 12. The battle ship Iowa arrived at Vugct Sound naval station Sunday night. Mlnllter Storer In Madrid. Madihd, June 12. Mr. liellamy Storer, United States mlnlbter to Upalu, Mrs. tstorcr, Mr. Stanton Sickles secretary of the legation, and their servants, arrived hero by the Southern express at 11:40 p. m. Saturday. A Million Dollar Fire. Newcartlkon Tyne, Juno 12. Three of tho largest shops connected with the Armstrong-Whltwort- h ordnance works here were destroyed by tire Sunday morning. The damage is cstt-teted at 200,000. a .til a cask. Just so evil in the Mood comes out in .iVaiuxoton, June 13. As n rcsultof MlN.SEAi-oi.i- , sfuipe of scrofuU, pimplex tie., in Minn., Juno 13. A speconferences which havo been children ,vnl young people, T.iken in cial from Stlllwntur, Minn., says: on for several days between Presl-ufitime it etnbe er.idtc.iied by using Hood's Many of the, Wounded Left llehtmt by the Monday night was a tdrrible ono for McKinley, his cabinet nnd tho S.trs.tp.trilU, eJmerici's Greatest Medi- Itebels In Their IEotreiit-ho AmeriNew Klchmcnd, the village being cine. It vitdltees and enriches the blood. virilllciaK based upon constant ca in Lost Two Ultleera Killed and nhuosi wiped out of existence by one (ho with military of ttl Private Wounded. the most severe cyclones that ever and (?iimiiniicr pence the visited that locality. It carried ruin Phlllp-j,iIn. the Manila, Juno 12. At daybreak Sate 'ignnissiouors In its path, nud at this hour it has been decided to renew an andis death urday a force of 4,500 men, under Gens. impossible to give even n partial it slvo policy against the Insur-tof- s Law ton, Whenton and Overshlnc, adThere was hesitation nt first, list of those who are seriously injured. vanced from San Pedro Macuti, sweep- i It ts thought ninny are dead. SHE PREFERRED DEATH FIRST ing tho (Country between tho bay ol le.. Uie lmmlnency of the rainy season The newsof the disaster was brought Manlly and Hay lake, south of Manila, i,. he Philippines might make active man Would llrnse the Horror of the Deep ations impracticable. Tho reports here by J. A. Carroll, a traveling lly noon the country had been cleared from Portage, Wis., who was stopping lleforc Mir Would Miiki' n lrlKhl .t Manila indicate that It will almost to Paranaqne. Thu American tu New Richof Herself ssltti u Life I'resers f r. I,. 'tosslhle to tlm lninmunK nt tho Nicollet house lost two officers killed and 21 soldiers y " '- mond when tho cyclone struck, lie tr,, or shine, and this It has bo. n dowoumrVd. Stic was a very plump woman. There saw the cloud as It came people who .i thr) uoiiht like to lie Tho rebels resisted desperately at tr iinclto do. Moreover, the prcsi-1- , up tho principal street aud took refuge fire hut the MniiiAii lirtx-t- U ) plump, ju.t 's ndvices were thnt it would be the stronger of their positions and thinking uf ;.i and means by which In the basement tif the hotel, which left 50 dead In the trenches. Many ii . visable to postpone the campaign was completely wrecked together with her ipixNuuncf of ihametvr mid riivumfer-rat- e 1110 iih be itditrvd, and Mi) tliltic that wilt more wounded were left behind by the tin return 01 more lavorauic every other business house in the city. he regards Kith a apiKuently further. rebels in their retreat. that is htllt' short olnhhatieHcv. Hut In terrible sheets of rain ftil owing ie pinn 01 wic omciais is 10 pursue if tlit'iM Is one thitiK thnt she iliiMike mar The heat during the day was overthe cyclone, Mr. Carroll and his than her romfuiuhle plumpness, K t the1 powering, and there were many pros- ,. maldo's captains relentlessly on pro- water. So, when one tiny, on succeeded in recovering the steamer Irt and to institute a thorough trations of American soldiers from a lo,;, then- w a (iliion, she was evtit ami K.ido by sea, with a view of cut-- t prietor, Charles MaKenncy, ulfe more unhappy than mnt people ate under l that cause. one child from tho debris, and they such thoucli it was related , off their supplies as much as pos- Gen. Law ton's force consisted of two uith great also removed the laundry girl who was afteruutd Uiut she inbattalions each of the 21st and IKh Their was so seriously Injured that she will prob. ous result (rum fertiimttel) no more serilUille this Is being done relnforcc-fe- n the collision than several fantry, six companies of the Colorado removed two lours dels hut no one was quite sure in ts will be sent to Luzon. Good ably die. They alio volunteers and a detachment of artilmen named llarrett nnd Newnll, that tune wlwl the tuxt minute would Uiing lery. The Nevada cavalry was under J,-- , will be taken to let the Insurgents who were very severely Injured. Mr. forth, ihe )iUImhiI of thr woiimh with the mi(ortab!e p limpness, like the pood Gen. Whcaton and tho 13th nnd Hth In' notice of these contemplated Cnrro drove to Stlllwatur by team that he w.u, after and they obtain if incuts Infantry, the 4th cavalry and a detachfound llle pttrrrr. ami in a mtt-- ' for relief and the train with doctor of light artillery were utidct ar exaggerated idea of the s zo of trr of fart way started to assist his witrta ' ment Mr. Carn. ih. r put one on. Hut she recoiled with such new army coming to confront left here at 12:15 ti Gen. Overshlnc. that for a mflincut he was Hot sure but roll further says thnt tiro followed the Meantime, t ti, so much tho batter. setiMta. It was scarcely dawn when thr cyclone and that what was left Is be- the ihoek bad drjinved hrr of hershe "Put troops, in a long, silent procession, r uportunlty will bo lost to inform ing consumed by fire. Many people arc shneU-d- . ou mie of those thinijs" at almost "esrrl Just look tkat fat wound up tho hillside behind the tvnisguided followers of Airulnaldo doubtless killed aud the damage will woman over there with one of them an peace Is obtainable any moment She looks a pcrfu? sajtht " American trenches and formed n skirrun into hundreds of thountids of dolAwl she didn't put the life preserver on choose to throw off their mish line. Concealed in the jungle, and it v.is her itood fortune ilial the had ancc to their leader and lay down lars. outposts fired a few the advance rebel Mixneaihimh, Minn., June 1. A lo teuton to regret it - N V Timet. tir r arms shots before being seen. special from Ilurkhardt, W.., says: MfsnUS-.- l karri. Mile Tour The artillery, the Colorado infantry Itie authorities report that insurA mesjcngcr has reached here from rns sVnr Paitorismn. and the Nevada cavalry swung around er, ts nrc coming in every day to Richmond, Wis., and has tele- Contains 1()0 superb half tone eiii.'ravinE, to the Americans. They aro New taken of our the hill top on the left and opened the nnd rtuilc from photvKrnplisand aitual Arm)' for doctors graphed hero In (amp, oil in itmct, battle at 0:30. The rebels made no re- itcinably well treated nnd are storm struck Swuih .Mai trnH.rts Gun !oats, CiiIki, Mathe Ainrnran to communicate with their help, saying that large number wora xima, Mainl.j. sponse from the hills and the Colorado Arthitniure; thnt town and a men cautiously advanced through the ends to tell theni the advantage of killed and wounded. The railroid shoMs the manners and utom of the uf our lira' It lands. Put lire of our KcporU grass until they were confronted by a yldlng to American rule. Dew ej. General lliai.rs Kin! known officials have endeavored to gel out in Manila say that the rank aud file trench, from which a few weak volleys heeler, train, but on account at ('apt. I'h j ties Kinf, l he author i.W Schley. a special llnlnoii, Koosetelt, Sampson, Miles, A spirited response fol- t the Tagals nro becoming tired were fired. the several washouts arc unable to Shatter, l.ee. Ilrooks. fat roll. GruUM of warfare their chiefs of lowed and a charge into the trench c the Artiller), ntantt), shirts, so and the doctors ami many other tlllkers, led them into, but tho intlu- - do now driving acr. s tho country ni title prut C.!i), fLre found it to be deserted. tu e, Ssinish Soldiers, liMUrtisllts. are ChKkuliiauga, Jjcksunvillr. Tampi, l4t1 Tti flirt ntitfintltnn faction is still , . IQtfi Itwe of the military 1UW rtfvt rtt f ha tuwiit fast ns tho horses can safely carry I'arvHflJ letters Home, HopiUl. dam formed in sklrmlfihlLa'dominant and it will have to be them. and 14th Ikutoti, Ittiuch ItKiers, Santiago, San Juan. Manilla, the lleautiful oiiiru f Cuba and line, extending a mile to the right and luken before the masses will enter o M Pai"I, Minn., June Manilla of the regi- uto the American plan of governing supported by the Thr Album is 513 inches, weighs 12 (Minn.) spcolal says: ments swept down the valley ond up tc islands. One feature of the new en Mer. Six inohcK of rain Is the rvcord foi nunres, I printedto finest coated thr United KKK Sent miv address in the hillside toward another trench. pllcy will be more active participation 24 hours up to Monday morning. State. Canada or Mexico far - cents in the navy in the operations against the Approaching the morass seriously in stamps or coin, to rover (xHtage arid A partial blockade It was the worst storm ever known 14th, and the rebels t.o insurgents. hampered the '!') ma) le seen al any tiebet oitite maintained, but recent events this section nnd washed out stone cul- of the llitf I'mir Itmite been taking advantage of this poured a verts, newly graded streets aud retainedition Is limited. galling fire upon them for 30 minute. hro shown the necessity for lncreas-- ; ing walls In this city. Warren creel Orth r at uiut, the.1. LYNCH, (lesseral MtKX .d.tre. vigilance. The 14th was twice compelled to and Irtket Agent, "llrg Pour rose six feet Sunday night aud oarried P.isVeoterCiminnati. Ohio. Itotite. withdraw for the purpose of llmiln CHALLENGE'ISACCEPTED nway a part of Peter Sandcm Hvcry Matk envelope "War Album." safe crosslnir in, the swamp. Fi ltiiru, with hortrs and vehlolcs. TTbVi v' .BmS. H Paiilllr Holies. Lightning damaged the gas plant tc r,il,i.lllljr of Fljrht lletween Hanks. TliorcbcIs fled to lue Wo Jfabel Wonder what Mis. l'sajnlxaut the e.tcnt of SSO.ooO, corored by Insur- does to kill .11111 ,Ie(Trle and loin Sharkey f time and sustained a severe loss. Gen. Liu 41 Ktrly In September. ance. Country roads almost Sue Whv, she has a lir)fie and a haston then pushed hi entire command owing to culverts having gone out. Itaixl. w she dnide her time IsetsvoeH tbijtn south, through tho center of the Sax I'ban Cisco, June 1R. blowing tbetn up. t imnmati Ksin)r. Tom The Minnesota river i rising rapidly isthmus, until a few miles south of Sharkey, the pugilist, has received the and Is nearly up to the highest point for Clillla. The llrt Paranaquc, when he swung around following telegram from his manager, of the spring, while tho country nnd Kcvcr la a bottle ot Clitovn'a Tasrr.t.mi and halted on account of the heat. A a few L'niu. Tiimc. It Is simply Iran Ami oulnlse iu washout dated New York, is alloat. Tow O'Uourke. d Pri.o.yV-- , monitor Monad-noc- June 11: The of thin city hai t Ustotoss fonn Nocuro uoiiay. miles north and three other vessels shelled rum Snarkcv. Paso Koblo, Cal. interrupted trntllo on the Omaha road. IVinliilnr lnipnrtlnllt. Paranaquc Saturday morning and the ulavo accepted Jeffries challenge to The Oninhn will probably bo open When a Ctrl is mterrstd in a man. if be rebels promptly cvacuatcd'tho p'nec. ou Tuesday. A washout in the Great Isn't Isnw U sWeil and siuint ered, sJie ' Washington, June 12. The war de- - i here Western, near Mndison lake, has tied be is as "hundioinc a a tJrevk god." N. V. had better come here at once. PrtM. partment Sunday received a "Hrt,follhl t up the Cannuii Valley division. Ilcnvj from Maj. Gen. Otis, of the military ,.T d T Cure n foltl In One Uy fell again Monday night setting rain movement Saturday to the south of To Tako lnnlho Hrnitin Ouliilue Tnbtets, All everything alloat. the above the sailor replied: money if It falls to cure. 9fJ. Manila for the purpose of clearing out A Ilochester, Minn., special says "Paso Koiii.kH. June 12. Tom the rebels in that section. It shows O'itonrke, New York: Am at springs rainfall for several "It wer The most right than to that the movement was a great success doing well, working right along. Will years camecopious three Inches fall- irrsident,"' Utter lo lc still better to be be but it were Sunday, and that the enemy's loss was consid leave for 2cw lork In three weeks. ing in a few hours. Hail accom- oth Virginia .Ktehings. erably greater than , stated in the press ,, . , , panied tho downpour but there Weather is rather warm there. uispaicncs. ucn. uus'cauicsasiouows "Tom Siiahkev." was no wind. Near St. Charlei "Manila, June 11. Terrific heat From the above it would appear that COO feet of the Northwestern track A Siory of Sterility, would not permit troops to reach posi- the caustic challenge isiucd by Jeffrie was washed out while both tho Chat-fieltions nt hoursdcslgnatcd; enabled ma- just after his defeat of Pitzsimmons SUFFERINQ AND RELIEP. and Zumbrota branches were jority of insurgents to escape in scat- iIU lead to some arrangement for a damned by tho Hood. Trains have tered organizations south and west oattle between the aspiring sailor and been entirely suspended. The lighttirrra to mis. risiitAU so. ,iS4 ward, which they effected during the ,.. nw cha.nnion ning struck various points In the city evening and night. Movement great, "I)i:au Mils. Pinkiiam Two yenrn but no serious damage was done. The success, however; enemy disorganized TWO COLORED MEN LYNCHED town ofllatntnond is reported to hav npo I iH'gan huving such dull, heavy and routed, suffering heavy loss; suflercd severely from the llood, sev- drugging pulriH in my back, incnse.n troops resting at Their I.lve( F.uded hy a Mob of Their Own eral buildings and bridges being Avcro profuse nnd painful, anil wart troubled was loticorrluna. , I took Navy did and Paranque. Color Sheriff' Arrival I'revented washed away. patent medicines nnd consulted n along execution excellent Others From Urine Struni; Uh the Mixxkai'olib, Minn., Juno 13. A but received no benefit and shore of bay; but many insurgent deSeeing Oca I. a, Fla., June 13. -- Two Negroes Winona, Minn., special says Monday could not become pregnant. tachments retired in that direction, were lynched at Dunnclon, Sunday night's storm was the most severe cvet one of your boolm, 1 wrote to you tellprotected by tho presence of women ing you my trouble" nnd risking for and children whom they drove along night, by a mob of their own color. known there. Dams and bridges were ndviec. You nnswered my letter Somo weeks ago Marshal Payne was swept asay on all the water courses, Our loss, four killed nnd with them. Negro including a dyke stone arch bridge promptly nnd I followed the directions Report of hot by a Negro. Saturday the some thirty wounded. faithfully, nnd derived so much benefit casualties later. Conservative estimate was captured and returned to Dun- built to protect South Winona. The that I cannot pralso Lydln I!. Pink side Is under water nnd entire south nclon, when It Is supposed some of enemy's loss about four hundred. barn's Vcgettiblo ComtKMind enough. were employed to tnko him down many families havo been carried out 1 now find myself pregnant nnd havo (Signed) Otis." A lnrgo steel bridge over the river and drown him. Sunday on rafts. begun it uso ngulu 1 cannot praise) A Jealous Mau'i Crime. evening the laborers of tho Dunnclon Gilmore creek wos carried away. it enough." M H8. CoiiAOlLSON, Yates, Fokt Smith, Ark., Juno 12. John phosphate mine heard of It and atonco Mii.waikkk, Wis., Juno 13. A dls WAMbrui:, Mich. Moore, recently a member of the Sal- organized tomotoout'similar justice to patch was received hero at 2 o'clock vation army here, became Jealous of tuc people Implicated. They succeeded Tuesday morning from Jewctt Mllh "Votir Mnllclno Wnrbeil Wonders." his wife, alleging that she was receiv- in lynching two of them and were only announcing the nrrlval thero of thr " I litul been sick ever since my ing too much attention from tho cap- prevented from lynching others by Wisconsin Central train. A Mr. Cuthnvo kcvcii tain of the Salvation army. .Moore and the appearance of Sheriff Nugent and ter, In the employ of the Central, sent birth to four years ngo;mid hudgiven children, two his wife separated. an armed posse who went down on a a dispatch to the local officers of the miscarriages. I hud falling of womb, Sunday ho met her and tho captain special train from Ocaln. The posso road saying that the town of New Icucorrhujn, pnlim In back nnd legs; taking a walk together. He drew a returned Monday morning and report Richmond was gone south of Highway dyspepsia und n ncrvotin trembling of pistol and fired two shots at cd everything quiet. bridge, and that the estimated nuinbci thohtomnoh. Now I have none of theso captain. Neither took effect. the of killed will reach 150. Many of the troubles und can enjoy my life. Your Orecon Iteclmeiit I.ciiii-- for Home, Mooro Then shot his wife houses, Mr. Cutter states were con- mcdlclno lias worked wonders for " Mils. H. lUiiNiuirr, New Cabtlk, Wasimnoton, Juno 13. Gen. Otis n dead and with the fourth nnd last bulsumed by ilro after the cyclone. Many mo let killed himself. Moore has been a ports thnt the Oregon regiment, with people wero killed, ho says, will e at- Pa. laundryman. Little is known of him signal company left Monday for Snn tending tho circus which was showing Francisco. here. TlieCrratrst Knllwny stcinof there. T llic Lulled hlatts Seere Storm at Minneapolis. Sharkey Still Claim the Cliamplontlilji. 13. One Transport St. l'awl Arrives from Manila. MiNN"U0,',Hi Minn., Juau Sax Fjiancisco, Juno 12. Tom Use INK 1 San Fjiancisco, June 13. The United of the most severe storms that ever Sharkey has issued a statement in They wouldn't life It If It wasn't Rood. over Minneapolis prevailed States transport steamer St. Paul which he declares he "is still the cham- passed Costs vim no more than poor Ink. from Mnnlla Monday, the voyage here between 5 nnd 7 o'clock Monday. Insist utou having il. pion heavyweight of tho world," nnd fully an hour midnight darkness occupying 28 days. Tho St. Paul Jeffries w.ll have to dispose of For that city nnd tho sky had nil brought 37 passengers, most of whom world s hern, tir him before laying claim to that title. fell over tho Then wero returned soldlera. of a tornado. AHIiNIS ffiSDEWBf'li ANTI'I).irrcatest Ml.AO. Ho thought Jeffries had greatly im- tho appearance Onlr IlllHt rlllR. S. f. niLI.UI, LslMlss IIIJi, till) WS was very little wind, however, bu. an Another Victim of tho SalU Storm. proved. Immense volume of water fell, the Sioux Citv, la., Juno Eflilr-lmHU;(M-:l Shot In a (leneral Flht. gauge showing 2.34 Inches. So far name was added Monday to tho list ol IAIIS. M MiDDLEfiuoiio, M Beat tUKtS WHtKt All tlbt (loud. Uso Ql Ky., June 12. In a as learned little damage other than victims of Sunday's tornado near Sallx, Couali (Sirup. Tanies kJ ! Ut general fight at a disreputablo house, tho flooding of basements nnd floating In., IScssle Mulloy, aged 10. dying in m I" lime. Hold lir druggists. Mlnnlo Sutton was shot and seriously of numerous pavemcuts resulted from the hospital here. It Ih thought nil Injured, it it alleged, by John Marcum. the storm. the rest of the Injured will recover. go-iij- T it 1 Zf&Clfo Sauafuvutfa s, ;. mmmmsmw: 11 i- - fii-- ht funnel-shape- d f al-- 1 tin-lik- e coin-rnde- s Oh - - oauiii-taiice- s, coal-net- s. but-Imi- 1 iiiimt-dmtel- ) thene-exte- nt 11 1 bar-lo- .' al-l- Ilint'-.Neel- s's sur-r-0'l- cr per-cte-d l.amls-aHs- , eo-p-ic lie-rw- f- - one-side- d I 1 4H- 1,1 ls rst 1S.--- A Man-knt- Mpk-ih- i: -- -- 1 1 Imp.-issnW- - I'resr-rltUto- n double-turrctc- k ; lhe ,Wlr. il d -- to-da- y Las-pin- as phy-fdeiu- n, .Ve-(r.o- mm-rlag- e, I CARTER'S d '.u.-u.- r ;jJS5 waaas-i- T5 mrlSS!S5t wMat t' '' y fli lie Will Arrive In .Madrid Saturd.r Aflar-oonn and 1're.ent III. Credential to the Ooeen Urgent .MoiiiUr. A Torimilo Wrecks the Homo of tbc JcfTriPH Defcnts FHzsiiniiionH in Klcvcn a JIuIIojh Xt-iiSullx, Iu. Hounds- of Heavy Fifflitiiiff. I'lim, June 10. Mr. Nkw Yoiik, Juno 10. The French Hellamy - S3 3 2 3 a a -9 9 3 -3 j: 3 3 - 9' - -&5' - 3 -9 5'-5 ltcr, United States minister to Cable Co. reports that the French minSpdn, arrived here haturday evening lalloy,, wit, I,tantlr Kllledanil Har- istry has resigned. Tho Callfornlan Had the. Australian D- - rem San Sebastian, the ry .Malloy tiled a Fmv Hour Later-To- m HELD I OR FORGERY. summer resiKILLED IN Paws, June 1U. Lo Courier I)u Solr feateil From the Ninth Itound-Je- fdence of the Spanioh court, whither .Malloy I'rnhithly lalally Hurt lato Monday night predicted that M. Advantage In frle. Hail tho Mr Stanton Mckles sccretnry of tho E. A. Ware Shot While Attempting to Freedenhelmer ami l'arker Arretted o Other Iloiura llloivn Down Henri llrlssou will have nn Important Weight anil Ac. location, has gone to accompany him the Charge of Swindling the Herman Murder a Man of Whom He Ma post lu the new cabinet, as being tho Insurance Hank of I.oiilavltlo. Jealous, at Irot, Kr. Ills delay has no sl'gnlfi-cccc- e Sioux City, la., Juno 13. A ImlQc head of tho radicals and "the lending tcfladrid. Nkw Yoiik, June 10. James J. Jeftfuuticl-shnpc- d whatever. He simply desired to spirit In the revision movement." tornado struck 10 miles Loui9Vii...K,Ky., June 10. Fred fries, another sturdy young giant, hail finil a residence Fisost, Ky., Juno 11. I J. P. Davcn-for- t, for hi asc when tho south of Jmre near the town of Snllx, M. Dupuy, on leaving tho lilysce, and John M. Parker, who come out o tho west to whip chain-- , coart goes to tan Sebastian, a young farmer, and E. A. Ware, la., about j o'clock Sunday afternoon. had n long conference with Mm. nnd It is nloii nutrlllBts. At tho arena of thei noiv expected figured in a fatal arc nccuscd of securing S.'i.OOO on a an that he will present his The storm did not cover a largo terriPresi Coney LcygucH nnd Utilllaiu. Island Athletic club Friday credentials to the queen regent next alTrny here. Ware was jealous of his forged check from the German Insurtory but caused death and terrible hav- dent Lou bet consulted the president of night he defeated Robert Fitzsiintuons,j Monday. wife, and they had quarreled nnd were ance bank, of this city, are prisoner oc wherever the funnel-shapecloud the senate nml of the chumber at 10 world's champion in two classes iiuu-d- lc During Mr. Storcr's sojourn in San not living together nl the time of the in the county jail hero charged with touuhed the earth. Tho geno'clock Tuesday morning. forgery. weight and heavyweight In 111 tt'onstlan there have been no popular tragedy. The first house struck wan tliat of eral Impression is that tho crisis will rounds He. The men were brought here Thursof whirlwind fighting. Wi.ro went to tho Davenport house John Malloy. .Malloy and family of not last beyond Wednesday, M. Loubet came to the ring a rank outsider audi demonstrations nnd thero Is nothing about 7 o'clock Thursday night, nnd is day night from Cincinnati. They were to indicate that ho will be received seven hoy and one girl had gone Into having foreseen, it Is said, the fall of left it the ncknowlcugcu master ox mu supposed to have thought his wife was accompanied by Messrs. John Morris. the collar when tho sky grow dark, but, Dupuy at an early date nnd having al- man ho defeated. He was never at any l,rc otherwise than courteously. It Is W. S. alone, several people there, Frcedenheiracr's stepfather-anafter remaining there n few moments, ready considered the composition of time iu serious dungcr and after the' qaite improbable that there will bo among but found them young Davenport, who Parker, father of the other prisoner. any annoyance or demonstration in came to the conclusion that it wan only tho new cabinet. size-u- p iu the early rounds of the conhad just come to serve n subpoena on Young Pnrkcr is the most stu jborn a thunderstorm and started to go It is understood that M. Sarrian test took the lead. He hail the Aus- connection with hU arrival. Mr. Ware, who was cursing his wife. man the detectives have had tp deal again Just as the oloud struck tho and Polnc.ire, leaders of the radicals tralian whipped from the ninth round. ihtorcr has wired asking that apart-jaent- s Diivenport was requested to walk with for sonic time. All he wou d say be prepared at the United States house, tearing It Into biuall splinters. and progressists respectively, drafted away from tho house, as Ware wanted Thursday u ght about the c.ij.c was It was acknowledged that JeHries John Malloy and his wife, Kate, were tlia Kuan motion and .showed it to would havo nu Immense advantage in lrpation for himself, his wife and to talk with him n few minutes. They that he threw his snare of the money Dupuy before It was pre- weight, height nnd age, but the thou- their servants, but as the legation Instantly killed. Marry Malloy, 10 M. eighty yards from the in the river. 1 went They en sands who tipped and backed his op- building is very small ho will probably house, about Vcarx of ape, was terribly Injured ami sented In the chamber. Chief Haagar says the men bo when Ware said: "Arc you Jbo obliged to have recourse to n hotel died In a few hours. Tom Malloy, aped deavored to persuade him to accept ponent to win were sure that he wns afraid to walk beside me?" Daven- prosecuted to the full extent of tin 10, w badly mangled and will proba- i'. saying that it wus not directed slow and that lie would in that respect until a large house can bo chosen for port replied, "No," and stepped up be- law. It is believed that had Parke! against the government, but was only be absolutely at the mercy of the sthcf egation. bly .He. side him, whereupon Ware grabbed him returned what he had, what tin; toyj Tho lioiuo of Mrs. Cora llnssel, a intended to nlllrm the union of the re- past master ut the science of lightby the coat sleeve and said: "You will spent would have been made good, and M. Dupuy, however, rewidow, was next in tho (dorm's path, publicans. ing that ho was to meet. He proved BRITISH REDCOATS TO MOVE. go no further, and you will dl V there would have been no prosecution. and was blown Into hundreds of piece. fused to accept, with the result that on tho contrary that he wns just us Davenport became alarmed nnd tried The German Insurance bank bas reThe family hnd ontertd the collar and Mm. Sarrieu and Poiucaro led their fast as the man he met aui beat him J.nilHiiil Order I hou.ancU of Her to break aw ay, when Wnre began tained Aaron Kohn, a prominent crimr lu the 'Iraimtaal- - l.nnl caenpud. The homos of 1'hll llolger, followers against him. down to unconscious defeat in n fair fcatchlng in his pocket for his revolver; inal lawyer, to prosecute tho cas. .Majr llo In 'miiiniiiiil. The morning papers commenting on light. He is a vtrit.blc giant in statJew lloinard and I'atriok O'Ncll were After the boys had been locked In but Davenport was too quick and shot all reduced to kindling wood. The the fall of the cabinet, severely criti- ure and marvcloiisly speedy for his Imhim three times two shots taking ef- cells Mr. Parker pleaded with his son occupants. It Is reported, all ccapod cise the ministerial tarcer of M. Du- mense size. Lcsi tlinn a year ago he Nkx Yoiik, June 10. A London dis- fect In his heart and one in his right to tell where the money was, bu-- with Lord serious Injury, l'at Malloy, who was puy, charging him with leaning now appeared lu New York a great awk- patch says: oilice, wKitchener is daily shoulder. Davenport has surrendered. no success. Chief Hanger gives it as at the war here the stall is Ware brought to Moux City on a special on one side and now to the other and ward, ungainly boy. To-da- y he is the was carried to Davenport's home his opinion that the boy, bclicviug his planning for the contemplated opera-ilon- h train, tulls a graphic story of tho with betraying nil parties. lithe, active, alert, trained athlete. to await the action of the coroner's father will make good the amount in the Transvaal.. It Is proposed The successive votes in the chamber itorm. He ny housits, barns, live jurj He leaves a widow and four chil- and prevent proscution, has decided to stock and human beings were sucked tif deputies Monday clearly demon- MORE TROOPS ARE WANTED. torauctne iinttsii ollecttvc force in dren, all boys. keep quiet so as to have a stake pn his booth Africa from 0.000. the nrcsent up by the terrible funnel-shaperelease. oloud. strated the existence of a majority, W . ... TW r.. members of all parties who Ueu. OH Svnda nn Urgent Iteqiirat for number 10 ui inese, -- ,uuu win Tho air appeared to be llllcd with FEUD. THE TAYLOR-LE- E Louistim.e, Ky.. June 10. Join M. fbcllntish troops and 10,000 will cerw reokrd bullillngs and debris for over were determined to rid themselves of Parker and Frederick Freedenhelmer, Thirty T Imuiind lien Jlecrull- tainly be drawn from India nnd Aus- - The Member of the 1'artluna Have Quit the young men who wero arrcstud in the premiership of M. Charles Dupuy. lug Unlng 1 orwuriL half a mile high. tv.ltri l.i nilfllflnn . .,... ...ft. Their Work it ml Are lleavllr Armof M. Valllnnt wa t...H ... HU1tl.if fn.trwlfi ti'tll Cincinnati Thursday, and who havo At llomcr, Neb., across tho river Tho interpellation ing Thennclve for a Fight. Wapiii.nqton, Juno 10. An urgent nuty kdu a nuiuocr oi regunenis. simply a cleverly selected pretext to confessed that they swindled tho Gerfrom hero rejnirts of considerable damrtually committed age by wind have been received but conceal the real cause of the approach- request for HO.000 more soldiers for I Eng.and has Pineviu.k, Ky., June 8. Late re- man Insurance bank of this city out immrdtntu service in tho Philippines fhfrsc.f to a policy in dealing with tho ports Wednesday morning from Harlan of So, 003 on a forged cashier's cacclc no loss of life has itccn reported. At ing crisis. in addition to half that number irausraal which wiill not allow of Homer nil evangelist's taut was blown from the Citizens' national bank, were GATTLING TURNED ON THEM. that are required for garrison pur-jkis- Tnckduwn. Some time ago the queen county say that the situation between presented in' the city down while the meeting was In prog-r- e court Fr.day and Lees is growing grave, the Taylors wan contained in a cablc- - tctvivcu inc pennon oi -- i.uvu uuiianu- - and but all oftctped Injury but ouo un- tfiiail of .Mountaineer (nine Down on Ilia the members of the factions have morning. The cases were passed u.itil known woman, who it is said will die. oult their crops nnd hcaily armed next Tuesday, bail being fixed at roliller anil Demanded the. linker Hall stones as big as egga foil during themselves. Ell Howard, a prominent 55,000, in default of which both sroro .Huh Dliprraeil. Hie I' ho I THREE KILLED. r FALL OF MINISTER DtPUY. NEW CHAMPION. - MINISTER BELLAMY STORER. ttcefrftcttcttttrt?c-tc-c6teft&frftceseii-ffe- remh Mlnittry Meiiel Down nml Out of (Hike A Hitch Over tho Ituau Motion. INTERESTING STATE NEWS. s ;o'' 3'aii.ia 3i ;i SELF-DEFENSE. Del-cass- e, d up-Mn- ir ill Kite-hono- -- d .. .r1. 1 m the storm. BRIDE ACCIDENTALLY SHOT. DUtrliig hrr Xtuliinc, Vu Ateldeut al a OUIa. - hnrl.rl I'arlj I he (irnuiu lladly Wounded. WluniTA, rfO Kan., .lime lle .1 ;W' tonga. Okln.. Friday night, tho brldo null groom of two hours appeared on tho front porch anil ordered tho to leave. Tho charivari party, composed or about SO friends of the young married people, refused to go. Instead, they continued to mnke deafening noises by beating on pans and firing gunv The first party, Harry Randall, deliberately pointed his gun at the young couple and fired. Tho bride's face ami breast was filled with buckshot, bho fell fatally injured, shot through tht lungs and died an hour later. Tho groom was also shot in tho face, but soro-nadc- rs party of young men were serenading MjTJli. Lr. lUy Jllmrlns, nir Wav, U.itiiotiMViu.K, Ky., June eompmncs of state militia, with Jim and Wiley linker in charge, nrr veil here at 10 o'clock Monday morning. after a hard march through mud nnd r.iin from Manchester. The prisoners were immediately delivered to Jailer IWicr. A few miles out of Manchester tho troop ire re met (by a,1 party beaded of iifotmtaluecra by llcr White, who demanded of the troops that they turn over the wagons that were hired iu Manchester. g The demand wan refused nnd the gun was turned on the mountain eers nnd they soon dispersed. A squad was then ordered to scour the woods with orders that If enemies were found In niubush to shoot "like shooting at ee e3 I I! 1 l'!?-'- ? r hero Wednesday remanded to jail. I farmer, was seen that a red Hag had morning nnd stated STABBED TO DEATH. been raised nt the head of Puckct's creek by members of one faction, and K. U. I.eake, Prominent Contractor oi that three black spots were placed on LSuthrlo, Kill Homer tcott. Colored, thu flag, meaning that three had to an KmploTc die. All are heavily armed with Win Elkto.v, Ky., Juno 12. Saturday chesters, and n general outbreak is ex l pected at any moment .(.lood citizens night nt Guthrie, this county. E. G. wnoJiTrl-Ta..toTnKcpng4nwn- La.VcueT,vouinevkt.t3onr,r.cktxa. lrfe3filM audfctaying. close k at Home, fearing town, BtaDDcti anu lmica norncr scoti; that they might get mixed up In the colored. The tactn obtainable nre that Scott, who worked for Leakr , was having a settlement and demanded more claimed to have owed him. than ThcXegro said the settlement must bu according to his figures or there would be trouble, and, picking up a rock. took hold of Leake. Leake had a pocket knife iu his hand with which lie was picking his teeth, and as thu Negro took hold of him stabbed him just above the heart, causing death L.-nk- - " v ! faaaal affair. New Cae of rruallpox. Ejii.nkxck, Ky.. Juno 12. News has renched here that two new cases of Gat-lin- squirrels" A feeling of relief w as experienced, mil n mighty shout went up from the soldiers when the Knox county Hue A number of Maker's wan reached. friends and relatives accompanied the where troops hero, the feeling Is very strong for linker. Many conflicting rcKrts as to who killed Ilaker are in circulation. Jim linker, his son, said that he wns positive as to who did the shooting; that a man in female attire was seen to run from the houso of SlicrllT White to the woods. He refuses to divulge the name of the suv pected party. The linkers are very loud In their threats of vengeance. JAMES JEFFRIES. WOBERT FITZSIMMONS. smallpox have broken out at Bethle hem, this county. Mrs. Dave Claxon. sr., mother of the boy who was taken ill several days ago, and Mrs. Montgomery, who has been nursing the patients from the beginning, are the victims. rl After tho accident the charlrarlng party lied. No arrests haro been made jrot- - A small brother of the bride was also wounded, but not seriously. not faulty. TWO CELEBRATED BUILDINGS The t.lnroln I,ii( Cabin and IJnele Tutu's i'aliln Will Noun lie Tramferred t Lincoln Turk, Chicago. Chicago, Juno 12. The Lincoln log cabin, where President Lincoln spout his early days in .Southern Illinois, and Uncle Tom's cabin, which li supposrd to havo been tho homo of tho original of Harriot lleeeher Mono's character novel of. in tho great that name, will soon be transferred to Lincoln park. Tho two relics which were part of the World's fair, and Inter havo been doing duty at tho Llbby prison, will be turned over to tho Lincoln park Iniard by tho Llbby Prison association, notlco of Hiioh transfer having been given by Charles 1?'. Ounther, president of tho association. Tho transfer In necessary, ns Llbby prison Is being demolished to make room for tho Coliseum building that will soon occupy the Llbby prison silo on Wabash avenue. anti-slaver- y Ill Medat Wa Stolen. Cor.UMiius, O., Juno 12. Maj. Thov Ostnan tuinmers. of tho nth army corps, was robbed of a medal received during the Paris commune in 1871, it is charged, by a bell boy at the David-.so- n hotel. Tho youth asserted that he, too, was an old soldier, and had The boy was ar.served at San Juan. rested Saturday afternoon, and tho uilsdiie; medal found In his trunk. fates. Thief llriilmi by a Woman. June 1'.'. Miss Lucy Kluck, while going homo alone, was met by a young man, who grabbed her ViNCr.NNr.s, I ml., gram received Thursday from Gen. contents of which arc guarded with tho greatest secrecy. The government has paid prompt heed to the request by urging tho speedy enlistment of regulars at all recruiting stations. It is estimated that 15,000 men arc now needed for garrison purposes, nnd the number required increases with every town captured. Otis is also said to have again urged the Immediate recall of President WAS KILLED FROM AMBUSH. Schurmtiu, of tho peace commission, whose treatment of Agulualdo's emisA Member of IheTnjInr Faction Laid Low saries has been extremely distasteful ut n SoringAnother Kentucky to thu commanding general. Schurv Feud Fatality. man will be allowed to resign on his Dcnby and Worcester, the Middlksiioiio, Ky Juno in. A story return. somes from Harlan county, where the other members of the commission, will Taylor Leo factions are at war, telling remain, ns they agree with Otis in tho that Tom Messor, ono of tho Taylor necessity for unyielding methods. faction, was shot down near his home. Theru is a threatened outbreak of the THE MUmCIPALFRANCHISES. old feud and there may ba many deaths in the next 24 hours. It is said M es- The, Cotut ruction of Urhan Trollejr Knadt, Klrrtrlo anil Ui Lighting Sytem se r went to the bprlng near his house on the ldand of t'nrlo Klro. to get water and without warning n fired from the volley of shots were WAsuiNfiTON, June 10. The war debushes. partment Is considering the ndvlsa-blllt- y There seemed to bo several In tho of judiciously distributing some crowd who tired upon him, nnd they municipal franchises in Porto Ulco could be heard riding away as Messor for the construction of urban trolley lay dying. Messer's wife is nearly roads, electric and gas lighting sysuveroomo from sorrow nt the sudden tems and other public works. The and violent death of her husband. This broader franchises for steam railIs tho second killing within n fortroads and telegraphs will not bo night. Morj troublo is sure to follow. allotted yet. Tho war department, hhould this decision bo confirmed, will Frankfort' Spanlih iun. Carlsbad for FitANKniKT, Ky., Juno 13. Frankfort be guided largely by tho feeling of Hamburg, having been at medical several weeks undergoing Is to havo one of tho Spanish cannons committees uliccted. Contrary to genHe was ill when ho cam captured at Santiago, and U will be eral belief tho Foraker resolution treatment. of Juno placed iu the stato house yard In the forbidding the allotment of franchises on board, and on the evening burled applies only to Cuba and not to Porto S died of heart disease. He was grass plot between the two front Otis, the full well-know- I'roof of Whlk)-- . LooUvllle Tobacco Market. Locisvitxr., Ky., June 11. Internal cs rotestlng against the unjust eon-- n Louisville, Ky., June 11. The local m dti in which they lived under the Uevenue Collector Sapp has received leaf tobacco market Friday was lackW regime and begging for assistance circular lclating to tho reduction of 1 he the proof of whisky or spirits. It ing in animation, it being Friday, government. front the home reduction must be which is always dull. Nothing but pttii Ion, on careful examination, wm states that the the common and medium grades were fond d genuine nnd the protests of Out- - made in the presence of n government pure water up. Prices in the main were good for 13 tiers were well taken. The colonial guagcr, by the addition of conoZb sent a reply, promising that Kng-Un- a on the day of withdrawal, and in no hurleys but dark tobaccos were Rejected bids were, siderably off. would see that the desires of tho case must the proof be lower than 90. therefore, more numerous than they (vtflloners were satisfied. Henry Lethaft Acquitted. Prices ranged from 83 for have been. lo the conference nt lllocmfonteln Louisville, Ky., Juno 11. Henry trashes to 9 for the best leaf. thejfranchlse was the chief subject of a stock trader of this city, who Crazed by a Hunaway. ui'Ctissloii because this was the sub- was charged with killing his paitner, Flf.MIXObiiiko, Ky., June 10. A. S. ject of the Outlnnders' grievance Wm.Gay, by stabbing him to death with Krugcr's proposals wero Insufficient. a barlow knife June !M, 1S9S, in a quar-re- l Thompson, who was thrown from his Srf Alfred Milner saw that furthei over the settlement of accounts, horse recently and dragged a considerpjrley was not increasing the dignity was Friday acquitted nt Elizabeth-town- . able distance by the stirrup; was bent of his position and broke off the conto the Lexington asylum Thursday. He has recovered from his bodily inference summarily. A Nolnble Celebration. juries, but his mind is a blank. The Chronlclo s responsible for tho LKUAjON,Ky., June 10. -- The diamond statement that the government on Abe Lee Shot From Ambmh. jubilee of Sister Genevieve Mattingly n firm Thursday asked a Minni.Ksiiono, Ky., June 10. Abe Leo on what terms It could was celebrated here Thursday. She how soon and 75 years, and is a member of tho Lee faction of the supply l.:t00 military transport wagons. has worn the veil for feud, which raged in Har-lc- n the only surviving member of the county, ten years ago, was killed received by the founifcr, AT SEA. society REMAINS BURIED Father Ncrlncks. Mgr. Martlnelli, the from ambush. It Is thought the Taylors did the deed and the Leo faction Iath of Lieutenant Commander Wain- - papal legate, assisted. '., on Hoard right Kellusg, T. The old feud will be rearc arming. ( hlld Devoured by Hog. the Steamer Anemia Victoria. vived. A two- Mayfiki.d, Ky., June A Soldier' llrldo. Nr.w Yoiik, June 10. Tho steamer vear-ol- d Xeirro irirl on tho farm of Camitok, Ky., June 12. At the resiwhich arrived hero James Morris, near this city, was deAugusta Victoria, father, Clay Friday night from Hamburg, South- voured by a hog. When found both dence of the bride's reported legs, both arms and a portion of the Oliver, late of the 4th Kentucky, and ampton and Cherbourg, married-Mis- s the death nt sea of Lieutenant head were eaten. Tho child was feed- Miss Lizzie Lyklns wore Lyklns is the charming daughtcx U. Commander Wainwrlght Kellogg, ing the hogs when attacked. of Hon. J. C. Lyklns. S. N who was a passenger on for HarlourvlIle. The Troop Commander the vessel. Lieutenant Consignment of Yearling. Maxciikstkh, Ky.. Juno 12. Col. WilKellogg embarked on the Victoria at 12. A special Ky., Le-sha- ft, Lo-rct- to Lee-Taylor li lae pocketbeok, and started to run. She pursued him, eaughUiim, got her purso nnd then beat him. Ho begged for mercy before bho released him. a C'laulnal AtialUnt Sentenced. CuiLMCOTiiK, 0., Juno 12. Isaac Chancy, convicted of criminal assault upon Miss Mlnnlo Cottrell, was sentenced to three years in the penitentiary, a mo- tion for a new trial being ovn ruled. Deaf Mute Marry. Attorney Wile Dead. To Tender Their Service. lUllnrajr Truck Wheil Out. FitAXKroitT, Ky., Juue 10. A judgDanvii.lk, Ky., June 10. John SamChicago, Juno 10. David ,T. Wile, Chicago, June 10. Col. Hartigan, of Chicago, June 13. Tho tracks of Smith, of Paris, and Miss Anna M. ment for S2.500 damages in favor of uel the Chicago & Northwestern railway the attorney who wns bhota few week's the 7th regiment,, telegraphed Gov. llradlcy, of the Kentucky school for Millard Sewonis, of this county, for ago by Mabel liurke, who shot nnd Tanner Friday requesting him to ire reported washed out between the deaf, both deaf mutes, were mar- loss of the use of his right hand, was Leroy, Wis., nnd Rochester, Minn, killed herself nt tho same time, died tender Its services to President at that institution at noon Thursd- affirmed Thursday by the court of apto reinforce tho troops In tho ried I'lio ticket agent hero Monday night Thursday night of blood poisoning. peals against the L. & N. llallroad ayr Wile was about 4'J years old und was Philippines. Co. mis under instructions not to sell prominent In his profession. Held for Court. tickets north of Leroy. Cuban forger Arretted. Found Dead 111 lied. Ky., June 10. Mack Sand-forElkton, The Augnntln Duly 1'uueral. Havana, June 10. The payment of inITetclior hunk In North Hlver Louisville, Ky., Juno 8. 11. R. ITith-awa- y, Steainen charge; with shooting with Nkw Yoiik, Juno 10. The funcrnl the Cuban troops continues In a satisa coal capitalist, and one of tn Nkw Yoiik. June 13. The steamer Jenkins, a white of the lato Augustln Daly will bo held factory manner. At Jaruco several tent to kll Tom o, IVUilain Fletcher was run down and farmer, was tried before County Judge most prominent citizens of Cwens-borKy., was found dead In bed .. '.iiumcd by the big Cuuardcr Campania, from St. Patricks cathedral in the men forged the names of soldiers and Dutly Thursday, and held in a bond of week following the arrival of the body received money. They were soon disc the Wlllo U hotel here WcddJuday.- iu the North river, and sunk. Tho SJ30 for the circuit court. here from Pari, covered, however, and arresUi :rew of seven wero saved. cy d, Ulco. at cu liams and his troops left for llarbours-villhaving in custody Al, Dee, Wiley and Jim liaker, who will be jailed at Harboursvllle. The body of Tom Ilaker taken to tho old family burying ground at Crano Creek for Interment. e, Lkxixoto.v, June HO thoroughbred yearlings by Hanover, Sir Dixou, Hindoo, Fonso and other noted lllue Grass - sires, has left for New York. They will be sold this week. (let Judgment for 9"i,HUO. train, carrying Ml a. n .y... Tr - ,. fcfVl .'fcI . " . Jlx! A The Hickman Courier OCOUUU HOWARDS AND THEIR ALLIES I licy ARMY ADVANCES Aniprlcnns Swoop the Count ry'ilptwccn tho Unyof Miuiltii and Hay Lake. RAINY j WEATHER NO BARRIER t rOWN ALMOST VI WIPED OUT. Hinl WAUltUN, Publisher. Arc In r t V ' .IV ,iiinoton, Juno 13. As u result of Jmt so rwl in the wood comes out in London Depot, Ky., June 12. Tho f MlNNKAi-ou- . Minn., June 13.- -A spe conferences which havo been stupe of scrofulA, ptmplety ttc. m t Howards and their allies tho Whites children And voting people. Taken in on for several dnys between Prcal-)lt,- cial from MlUwator, Minn., says! are In possession of the ground In the Many of the, iVoiimleil Left llrhlnil by the finic if ctri c erAdtcttcdby using tiooa s Monday night was a terrible ono for MeKinley, his cabinet and tho Itetict In Tlirlr Itetrentl ho AmerJ! SArsApArllU, cAmericA's Greatest Mcdl feud and few linkers oi TITXTI7 ,oQn New Richmond, the village being wtriiucinK based upon constant com-ican I.nUTwoOltlrrr Killed antl ctne. It vit Alites And enriches the blood, llaker sympathizers are left to molest almost wiped out of existence by one II 21 lrlate (ho with W'numleiL J J'"1 .iilon milltnrr of them. After Tom llaker, tho head of the most severe cyclones that ever X Sun. Moji. Tub. Wed, Thur. Frl. nnd peace trim landers the f.ictlon, met his tragic death the linker visited that locality. It carried ruin Manila, Juiip 12. At daybreak Sat- ,jj uiiNS.oucrs Phlllp-j,X-s in. the Saturday afternoon at tho bauds of nn i 2 it has been decided to renew nn nnd death In Its path, nud at this hour assasstn, whose deed stands nlono the urday a force of 4,500 tnen.'utulcr Gens. ' (;.isslvo policy ngainst the Insur-,- t It Is impossible to give even a partial coldest blooded in the history of Ken Law ton, Wheaton ntyl Ovcrshlnr, ad41 4 vanced from San Pedro Maeuli, sweep- There was hesitation at first, list of those who aro seriously Injured. lucky feudal wars. The state militia, 1! It Is thought many are dead. under Gol. Williams, with Wiley, Jim, ing the country between tho bay of io "lie lminiuenoy of the rainy season The ueusof the disaster was brought SHE PREFERRED DEATH FIRST 14 Maully and Hay lnke, south of Manila. I,, i.c Philippines might make active 1 U Dee and Al linker, shorn of thclrarms, By noon the country had been cleared C atlotis impracticable. The reports here by J. A. Carroll, a traveling man Would Urn - thr Horror of tin- lire left over the mountain road for 3 18 19 20 21 almost to Parannqiic. The Americans llefori- - .She Would .Mnl.i- n Manila Indicate that it will from Portage, Wis., who was stopping where there the charge 3- d lost two officers killed and 21 soldiers ,'K ussiblc to fight tho Insurgents at the Nicollet house lis New of rtllli u l.lfc I'rrnert it. of murdering llurch Stores nnd Wilson when the cyclone struck, lie 3! 25 26 27 28 29 30 fa or shine, and this It has bo. n de- Howard will be tried on a change ol woumfed. She ws a very plump woman. There cloud as It came Tho rebels resisted desperately at 1tied to do. Moreover, the prcsl-- s saw the TfTfttTfTTTTTTTTTVTfTTTt ve lue granted by Judge Cook. m) the) would like up the principal street and took refuge sre people whobut the wiiin.iii hern-l- f to be advices were that It would be m jiM an plump, linker, when shot, was in his tcut the stronger of their positions, and In the baM'inent of the hotel, which thiiikuit: of w.t snd meant by uhieli and within 70 feet of the assassin left 50 dead In the trenches. Many Ii" usable to postpone the campaign was completely wrecked CURRENT TOPICS. of diameUr and together with lirr siif,trjn--itdlired, and n)tliiliReireutiifiT-cin- e . the return of more favorable who fired from tho porch of Sherill more wounded were left behind by the th.it lint) every other business homo in the city. Aiiihitr'iitly beiticic.ito she regards Mith a will In their retreat. her. Or every 1,000 sailors 84 havo l!cv White's house, diagonally across rebels Jit t nhurt o( .ibhoriFixe. Hut In terrible sheets of rain fol owing that it every year. Tho heat during the day was overplan of the officials Is to pursue the street, linker told his wife that he if there i one thinir thst she ditiike more Piikmdknt Mcivt.vi.KV Is becoming a was tired and would stand up for fresh powering, nnd there wore many pros naldo's enptnius relentlessly on the cyclone; Mr. Carroll and his th.iM her roniftx Ulilc lilliinpne', M i tlu'succeeded in recovering the Inveterate a smoker as Gen. U.S. Grant. nir, when ho did so water. So, when one tiny, on tieamcrm and to iiistltutu a thorough a bullet pierced his trations of American soldiers from 1 even Oscai! I'liiCKE, aged 13, of New York, Charles MaKcnney, wife and a U, theri win a (idlimon, she nde by sen, with a view of cut- I that cause. unhappy llun nint iimiIii aie under was strangled to death by a swing breast. Col. Williams sounded assemone child from tho debris, and they mort nniitii-ianGen. Lnwton's force consisted of two t , i tueir supplies as much as pos- ucii inottgn ii bly nnd tho bnttallion of inalltln i reisitu rope. also removed the laundry girl who wnn afteru.ud th.il hr tiehtwd Willi prut battailous, each of the 21st and 9th in- ( Pins have been made for 4.10 years, charged White's house. They found llieii' ttiia furtun.itrly Kile this Is being done relnforcc-(swi- ll so seriously injured that she will prob- out rviill (rum the collision no more n than trversl but needles have been used for forty the gates locked and tho doors barred, fantry, six companies of the Colorado They also removed two huiirn del). Imt no one be sent to Luzon. Good ably die. volunteers and a detachment of artilui quite mro In centuries. but the boys In blue broke the locks nnd men named Barren and Newnll, tlut tunc wIkiI the tuxl minute would hum; Thomas Mann, the English labor bars and found inside nothing save a lery. The Nevada cavalry was under ."Will be taken to let the Insurgents forth. The uf thr waiittti with leader, has become landlord of a Lon- stack of Winchester rltlcs; upon exam- Gen. Wheaton and the 13th nnd 14th Li' notice of these contemplated who were vory severely injured. Mr. comfortable p tiuiptiru, like hi good the Cnrro drove to Stillwater by team that he w.i, Itmiiedislt-I- slier the Adon tavern. wioy obtain ination one of these guns was found Infantry, the 4th cavalry nnd a detach :d, imciui ani u ccident found lllc Tiieiir are 03 steamers on the Swiss to contain a freshly exploded car- ment of light artillery were uudct at evuggernted idea of tho s ze of for relief and the train with dootort ter of faet way priiervem, and hin a int tUrtnl to it wifeta nkes. The largest can transport 1 iOO tt new nrmy coming to confront left here at 12:15 a. tit. Mr. Car- put one on. Hut he revolted w ith mch hortridge, and it is this which sent the Gen. Overshitic passengers. roll further says that flro followed the ror that for a moment he wa not luir but It was scarcely dawn when thr tvin so much tho better. Meantime, deprived Enola Nil's merchant marine includes leaden missle through the heart of the troops, in a long, silent procession, cute. iportunlty will bo lost to inform cyolonc aud that what was left Is be- the ihock had - nf IIkiio her of her he alntost most fearless feud leader Kentucky "Put on onthuisi " over 21,000 vessels, of which about S, 000 ing consumed by fire. Many people art hntltd. ,,.Serl .lint look at that fat .llsguided followers of Aguinaldo wound up the hillside behind the ever produced. are steamers. doubtless killed and damage will woman over thrie with one of them on The people of this place and along American trenches nnd formed n skir- t.i" peneo is obtainable any moment run into hundreds of the England has built for other counttcrftc; Mj:ht thousands of dol- She lookheadidn't put the "life preserver mish line. Concealed In the jungle, choose to throw off their Ami on tries since January 1, 121 ships, valued the road to Manchester are wild with lars. and it vas her kmmI fort two that the had to their leader and lay down excitement. Sympathy for the Makers the advance rebel outposts fired a few at 2,710,754. -- N V. Timet. MinnkaI'omis Minn., Juno IS. A lo rrtuua to trcirt it ti r arms. Shu.vofield, 111., is soon to have a is expressed on every side. The troops shots before being seen. new labor temple, with library and are powerless under Kentucky law tc The artillery, the Colorado Infantry Lie authorities report that Insur special from Hurkh.irdt, W.s., says: Mil Tour -'. A messenger has reached here from cading rcoms. run War I'mmntnni, protect or execute the simplest duty, and the Nevada cavalry swung around rcs are coining in every day to sur- - New IMchmond, Win., nnd has tele Contain KXl nujKtb halftone enisravincv Chicago has 227 miles of track eleva- being to the Americans. They aro subject to the orders of the the hill top on the left and opened the graphed here for doctors nud naue irum iiiiiOKraiu iken oi our . liny tion completed, and sixteen miles more county battle at 0:30. The rebels made no re- ur.ir.ably well treated and aro sheriff, who In this case Is not esmp, on mid help, saying that tho storm struck in kiuii1i and tMtiiKrt Gun in actual srrM;r, has been ordered. Aturru-atsponse from the hills and the Colorado to communicate with their lwau, Cuba, lis Coksets made of aluminum aro now in sympathy with their purpose. John men cautiously advanced , Architecture; that town and n large number wore vniiS, .Manilla. l.4iidM-through the frrtids to tell them the advantage of how the iiuiiiirrn and tutotut of the peov?d by medical men for the treatment G. White, of Winchester, a brother of killed and wounded. The railroid ple uf our new Kcporti MantU. Picture ol our HeSheriff Uev White, with two guards, grass until they were confronted by a rldlng to American rule. of spinal disorders. Dowrj, m Manila say that the rank and file officials have endeavored to get out ro tliarir Kiii? (known Or every 100 school children in Lon- passed through here Sunday going to trench, from which a few wenk volleys specinl train, but on account a C'apt. tliJtlr. Km?. thralilhorl.W hc!r, A spirited response fol t' the Tagnls nre Incoming tired a don 05 leave school between their tenth the scene. It was stated Sunday night were fired. Hoton, ItiMiKtrlt, Mile, Schley, ( warfare their chiefs of the several washouts arc unable to Snuftrr, !.end eleventh years. HrooU, Cat roll. Group that Special Judge A. King Cook will lowed and a charge into the trench c the do so and the doctor ami many others OhVri. (Voa'iy, Attillrr). lnfantr). Ship. led them into, but tho infill Floiience Xiohtinoale is now near- order a special grand jury and attempt found it to be deserted. Jtitlt praif, onih Nildier. lnuittit ly SO years old, but in better health to indict the slayer of Tom linker, but In the meantime, part of the 13th ..... rt ,1... ...i1..H.. f..ll.. I. ..lit arc now driving aer.s tho country ni ('hirkaiiMUf!, Jacksonville. Tampa, l.rt than for3'ears past. and 14th regiments formed in skirtni lsS dominant aud it will have to be fast as the horses can safely carry Farewell lxtters Home, Hospital, Clarr. the fact that Judge Cook Is not the A Uaitist preacher at Madison. Ind., them. Hilon, Hough llider. Santiago, San Juan, regularly elected judge will make an line, extending a mile to the right and wKcii ueiore me masses win enter has resigned his pastorate in order to uphill uiiirn of Cuba and o .Manilla, tbe Itcautdul St. I'aim, Minn., June supported by tho of the regi- uto the Amcr.can plan of governing Mtmlla task for him. become a Mormon missionary. special says: (Minn.) Thr Album i MS inchr. weight U SherilT Ileverly P. White Is now un- ments, swept down the valley and ur te islands. Oue feature of tho new Thirty year3 ago there were only Six Inches of rnln Is the record foi ounce, printed on nut coated papr. der arrest charged with the murder of the hillside toward another trench. jdlcy will be iiiore active participation two dozen explosive compounds known .'riil HKr. to any addm in the Unite! Tom llaker, leader of his faction In Approaching the morass seriously i the navy in the operations against the 24 hours up to Monday morning. State, Canada or Mrxrm for 12 cent in to chemists; now there are over 1,000. was the worst storm ever known is (tamp or coin, to cover jHtge ami prolA partial blockade It d Utah gives its convicted murderer the feud, in the court- hampered the 14th, and the rebel ue insurgents. Copy may I een at anj ttehel like Ls been maintained, but rccont events this section nnd washed out stone cul- ine tho ciioice of how they will bo exe- house yard Saturday afternoon. The taking advantage of this, poured of the Uig Four Uoute faro shown the necessity for lncreas- - verts, newly graded streets aud retaincuted. The latest one chose to be shot. sheriff is under the same military galling fire upon them for 30 minute at once, a ihe edition l limited. t'nlr ing walls in this elty. Warren creek .Ml.lre. W.1KKK.N .1 LY.S'CI I. One of the features of the Como guard that was 6cnt here In a U he 14th was twice compelled t cam vigliance. rarnger and 1'Kl.rt Ajrenl, "llli; Four rose six feet Sunday night and carried electric exhibition is to be a contest vain fn- - ..w wlthllr.-l- .. .... tlin mimics. rt Arwll. CuiciHnati. Ohto. JiHtflVaV ... between operator in rapid telegraphy. life, endeavor to protect linker's sale crossineln the swamp. .......U,! away a part of Peter Sander' Uvcry llnute. enrlojK! "War Album,' Mail F iUaftiaWCt CHALLENGEISACCEPTED but Col. Williams has taken every a. religious barn, with !ioro and rolilclr. man fcOKN.uJViiEKi.Kn la tlto trenaMMAJt.MlatliMA . k?itVtnem?er ot Ills Atnlt ntfic'Gujiiu precaution to aoe tViat lil new prisoner Lightning dnmaged the gas plant tc rnmll- llulle. Th e rebel s fled to n!of' .lie lit Jlrtwrcn campaign say he always prayed on re- If found guilty shall pay the penalty Hanks. MlbeS Wondrr ttliat Mr. tTxinrwin Irffrlr and 1mn Mirky the extent of 520,000, covered by Insur without the premature fate of his al and sustained a severe loss. Gen. Li tt.n tiring for tho night. kill litrly In rritriiilrr, a rice. Country roads almost Impassable due to Why.tune ton then the has n InVyrir and s Jlsir. Camiluc Flaumaiuox, wife of leged victim. Nevertheless, blood for south, pushed his entire command i to culverts having gone out. owing o the iIumIm her time between tbtm through the center of he the astronomer, is heading a popular blood is the cry of Maker's relatives San I'iun Cisco, June IK biawing them up. Cincinnati Knuirtir. Tom The Minnesota river is rising rapidly movement among French women for and those who know them say isthmus, until a few miles south of Sharkey, the pugilist, has received the aud Is nearly up to the highest point Paranaqtte, when ho swung arounJ general disarmament. they are bound to get it. ThorThr lle.t rre.rrlullon for Chill, following telegram from his mnnagcr. of the spring, while the country ENTEr.riiisiNO citizens of Mountain ough investigation has established and halted on account of the heat. Mid Frver Ian Ixittle of Gkovc's TATri.r.i Tout O'Kourkc. dated New York, Is alloat. A a washout few Ciuu. To.mc Ills simply iron ami nuliiluc hi View, 0. T.t have purchased the rival the fact beyond doubt tli.it d The monitor Monad-nocthe shot town of Oakdalc and are moving It to that killed Iiakcr was fired from of miles north thin city hat ttastelusfonn No cure uoiny. 1'riccbfu. and three other vessels shcllcti Jun't U: tho ''Tom Sharkey, Paso Uoblcs, Cal. Mountain View in sections. interrupted house of Sheriff White. It came Paranaquc Saturday morning and the lave accepted Jeffries challenge to The Oiunhi traffic on the Omaha road. IVmliiliir Imiinrtlnllt. Hans Lanoseth, a Norwegian farm- from will probably be open a window in the front room on rebels promptly cvacuatcd'the pincc. When a girl i interested in a man. if he er of Glyndon, Minn., has a beard 02 A washout In the (rcnt isn't Isouhged and Muint ered. Washington, Juno 12. Tho war de- - ght yoib enrly iin September. .,.You Tuosday. M ..i i..... inches long. He wears It colled Inside the left side of the house, between 75 " Western, near Madison lake, has tied he i at "hundoiBC as a (trees god." N. V. and 100 yards from where the camp partment Sunday received a report . V of his vest when he works. u viiwiiug iut wivrr. anoniT. up the Cannon Valley division. Heavy I'rtM. One cf Gov. Roosevelt's admirers has was pitched. It develops that Hiker from Maj. Gen. Otis, of the military (signed) "Tom O'KotiiKi-- " Tts Cure a rl,l In line rain fell again Monday night setting movement Saturday to the south of presented him with a rare old Damas- was not standing outside tho guard .o the above the sailor replied: Unxntlt ii Drotno Ouliilu Tublol.. All everything alloat. Manila for the purpose of clearing out cus blade supposed to be that carried house tent when killed. Though druujtists refund money If It fiilUtoou re. 2f Paso Hoiii.i.s. June 12. Tom A Rochester, Minn., special says by Gen. llluchcr at Waterloo. repeatedly warned not to expose him- the rebels In that section. It show O'Kourkc, New York: Am springs The most copious rainfall for scrernl at Pens resembling our quill pens, but self, llaker, too confident of the pro that the movement was a great success ncht than to be to "H were made of reed, have been found in tection afforded him, walked to and that the enemy's loss was consid- doing well, working right along. Will years onme Sunday, three Inches fall- president, Imt it were still better to U the leave for New York In three weeks. ing in a few hours. Hail accom- txith irKiiiia.Ktel)ing, Egyptian tombs supposed to date from entrance and leaned on the center pole, erably greater than stated In the press Weather Is rather warm there. U period 2,500 years before Christ. panied tho downpour but there dispatches. Gen. Otis' cables as follows still keeping under canvas. Hut this Tom The United States is about the only was no wind. Near St. Chnrlci "Manila, June 11. Terrific heat From the above It would Shahkkv." ation whose great days, like the much exposure was enough for tho appear that 000 feet of the Northwestern track would not permit troops to reach posimurderer concealed across ''ourth of July and Memorial day, are A Story of Sterility, tions at hoursdcslgnnted; enabled ma- the caustic challenge Issued by Jeffries was washed out while both the Chat-fielcelebrated all over the civilized world. the street. jut after his defeat of Fltzsluiinoni and Zumhrota branches were SUFFERING AND RELIEF. jority of insurgents to escape in scat llUFFALo'a new union railroad staarrangement tion, to cost 50,000,000, is to hare a LYNCHED BY COLORED MEN. tered organizations south and west ' it ill lead to some .....!(... ..11 for a damuged by the flood. Trains have .1 1....I.K .A.H.J.H l.t K been entirely suspended. The lightl " waiting room 60 by 235 feet, said to be ward, which they effected during the " Lima tO HI. riNKMAU KO. 6j.iW the new champion, ning struck various points In the city he largest in the world. The other Five Hundred Ncgroe Took Simon llrook, evening and night. Movement great. accessories nnd the train shed arrangebut no serious damage was done. The "Dkaii Mns. Pinkiiam Two yearn success, however; enemy disorganized !rwn rfllflDCn XttTM I VMPlirn Colored, From Jail at Sartll, Ml., ment are on the same liberal scale. town of Hammond is reported to have ngo I began having hiich dull, heavy and I'ut II I ni to Death. and routed, suffering heavy loss; dragging pniim In my back, menses In 1871 Germany lost 143,000 lives by troops resting Las-- Their Lire Knded hy a Jlirti of Their Own suflcrcd severely from the fiood, sevat smallpox. In 1874 a law was passed Sardm?, Miss., June 12. eral buildings and bridges being were profuse and painful, and was Simon pinas and Paranque. Navy Uid Color Sheriff' Arrltal l'retrnled making vaccination obligatory in the Brooks, colored, was lynched by a mob troubled was leiicorrlucn. , I took washed away. execution along the Othen r'roin llelnt; Strung Up. first year of life, and compelling its of 500 Negroes near here, having been excellent patent medicines nnd consulted a Minnkapowr, Minn., June 13. A shore of bay; but many insurgent derepetition at the tenth year. The but received no licnctlt nnd Ocala, Fla June 13. Two Negroe Winona, Minn., special says Mondai could not lccotuo pregnant. Seeing; was that the disease almost entire- taken from tho jail some time between tachments retired In that direction, midnight and dawn. The crime, which protected by tho presence of women were lynched at Dunnclon, Sunday night's storm was the most severe ly disappeared. evci one of your books, 1 wrote to you tellTo lessen the jar of railroad car a thus avenged, was most atrocious. and children whom they drove along night, by a mob of their own color. known there. Dams and bridges were ing you my troubles nnd usklng for cushion wheel has been patented, the Saturday night a Negress named with them. Our loss, four killed and Some weeks ago Marshal Payne was swept away on All the water courses. ndvlcc. You answered my letter Armistead while returning edge of the disc haying a from some thirty wounded. IJeport of hot by a Negro. Saturday the Negro Including a dyke stone nrch bridge promptly nud I followed the directions Blot, which is covered with a cushion- a shopping tour to herhomo casualties later. Conservative estimate was captured und returned to Dun- built to protect South Winona. The faithfully, nud derived so much benefit ing material before the outer shoe is was assaulted by Krooks and nclon, when It Is supposed some entire south sldo Is under water and that 1 cannot praise l.dlu H. put on, the latter having its inner another Negro. The woman was out- of enemy's loss about four hundred. Vegetable CohijkmuhI enough. employed to tako him down many families havo been carried out 1 (Signed) Otis." edge shaped to fit the groove on the raged, her throat was cut and she was now find myself preguuut nnd hnvo A large steel bridge over the river and drown htm. Sunday on rafts. wheel. A Jealom Stan's Crime. begun Its use ngiilii I cannot praisn severely beaten about the tvenlng the lnborcrs of tho Dunnclon Gllmore creek was carried away. There can be no doubt that the most and her jaws were tightly head iteiiough." Miw. CouaOilson, Yatks, Fokt Smith, Ark., June 12. John phosphate mine heard of Stand tied atoiica obliging postmaster in the stato of MlMVAtKKK, Wis., June 13. A dis Wanistix, Mich. Moore, recently a member of tho SalMissouri lives at llethel. He recently to prevent breathing. Her body was oi ganized to mute out similar justice to vation army here, became jealous of t people Implicated. They succeeded patch was received hero at 2 o'clock put a telephone in his ofllco and an- then concealed in rubbish. The woman ic Tuesday morning from Jowett Mlllt "Your Meillelnn Worked Wonders." nounced that for the benefit of those rallied sufficiently to give tho alarm his wife, alleging that she was receiv- in lynching two of them and were only announcing the arrival thero of the ing too much attention from tho cap" I had been slclc ever since my patrons who are connected and the names of her assailants. Part prevented from lynching others by Wisconsin Central train. A Mr. Cutby wire, and who may desire it, he will of the goods taken from tho woman tain of tho Salvation army, Moore and seven yvarn ngo; havo given the appcarnnee of Sheriff Nugent and ter, in the employ of the Central, sent th.-iletters and read the con was later found In a trunk belonging his wife separated. ipen birth to four children, und lind two posse who went down on a a dispatch to the local officers of the tents to them over the phone. inlscuningcs. I hud fulling of womb, Sunday he met her and tho captain an armed to Brooks. Tho mob, which w as comspecial train from Ocala. The posse road saying that the town of New lcucorrhoja, piiiim In buck A Kansas farmer In a tit of nnger nnd legs; posed entirely of Negroes, did its work taking a walk together. Ho drew a returned Moudny morning and report because he was delayed by a freight quletlj. Tho Richmond was gone south of Highway dyspepsia and n nervous trembling of pistol and fired two shots white people knew at td everything quiet. train at a crossing drove his team on bridge, and that the estimated number tho stomach. Now l have none of these the affair hours after It occurred. the captain. Neither took effect. the other track and obstinately refused of killed will reach 150. Many of the troubles und can enjoy my life. Your Then Moore his shot Ores"" Iteclinent l.eni' for Home. wife to move when tho mall train came medlelno worked Washington, June IS. Gen. Otis n houses, Mr. Cutter states were con mo." Miis.has lUiiNiiAitT, wonders for t along. Orders, threats, entreaties and The Iowa at I'URet Sound Naval Station. dead and with tho fourth and last S. Ni:v Cabtli:, sumed by llro after the cyclone. Many BnKMKitTON, Wash., Juno 12. The killed himself. Moore has been a ports that the Oregon regiment, with curses alike failed to move him, and ho l.v. ship Iowa arrived at .Vuget laundryman. Little is known of him signal company left Monday for San people were killed, he says, whl o athold up tho train 20 minutes, when tho battle tending the cireus which was showing freight pulled out. Sound naval stntlon Sunday night. here. Frnnclsco. there. trnv The city of Detroit has appropriated Mlnltter btorer In .Madrid. Sharkey Stilt Clnlmt the Champion. hli,. the Uuilcil htatc Sctere Storm ut Mlnnoapnlli. the sum of $7,000 for publlu concerts MiNNKAl'oi.iH, Minn., Juno 13. One Trunnport St. l'awl Arrives from Al nulla. MAnniD, Juno 12. Mr. San Fhancisco, Juno 12. Tom Bellamy this summer, with the proviso that Use San Fjiancihco, Juno 111. Tho United INK union musicians only shall be engaged Storer, United States minister to Spalu, Sharkey has issued a statement in of tho most severe storms that ever prevailed States transport steamer St. Paul arpassed over Minneapolis Mrs. .'storer, Mr. Stanton Sickles, sec which he declares ho "is still the chamto furnish tho music They wouldn't tie It If It wratn't cood. Colts you no more than oor Int. The Emperor William has one pe- retary of the legation, and their ser- pion heavyweight of tho world," nnd here between 5 and 7 o'clock Monday. rived from Manila Monday, the voyage lntitt uiou having it. Tho St. Paul culiarity, which is that ho will havo vants, arrived hero by the Southern that Jeffries w.U have to dlsposo of For fully nn hour midnight darkness occupying 28 daj-6- . several kinds of bread on tho table at express at 11:40 p. m. Saturday. him before laying claim to that title. foil over tho city and tho sky had all brought 37 passengers, most of whom worlil't iiroatot hnn .. l.r every meal, of all of which lie partakes Then were returned soldiers. Ho thought Jeffries had greatly im- tho appearance of a tornado. DEWEY- "-nil llalsti'iiil AlllNr4 A Million Dollar Fire. in turn. WANTI'll. li.. I. is Kit very little wind, however, bu', an was UlTrlTMIXK. H. f. Ittlllll, UlMl IIU.. UIIUUI. Another Victim of tho callz Storm. Nkwcasti.kon Tvne, June 13. Three proved. The largest cask in the world Is the Immense volume of water fell, the Sioux Citv, In., Juno 13. Another JUatncr cuslc, of Nuremberg, Germany. of the largest shops connected with Shot In u Krnoral Hclit. gauge showing 2.34 inches. So far BaMaiJlslKfll:JaTTl It is 105 feet in diameter and 51 feet the Annstrong-Whitwort- h ordnance M MIDDI.K6UOHO, Ky., June 12. In a as learned littlo damugo other than name was added Monday to the list of tUKtb WhtHt Ait list (AILS. deep, and its completion a few years works here were destroyed by fire Sun- general vlctlmsof SyOUgU Use fiht at a dlsrcputablo house, the flooding of basements ami floating In., Hcsslo Siindny's tornado10.ntur Sallx, In time. Hold fcr riruejlitn. ago was celebrated by a ball, at which day morning. The damage Malloy, aged dying In Minnie Sutton was shot nud seriously of numerous pavements resulted from is over 500 persons wore on tho floor of tho hospital here. It Ih thought all 200,000. Injured, it is alleged, by John Marcum. (ilia cask. the storm. (he rest of the injured will recovers UICKilAN KENTUCKY, nnl fruit (irounil Assassination of loin llukrr from AinbiL.Ii. I'oselon "f the II ler-tlo- w Hlplii'" r" A " Igor by Our TroopsOut?' como of it I onferrure. "' I'UMunl With ltr-Iriil- t) Now Itlrlimnntl, Sj!'r """" llFtriiycil-Otlii.rltm- I... VI. Hod by a Storm- -. 4t Evil Dispositions 4 Klllril JTropcrty VUlteil. iit Are Early Shown' VAiAiJ.iwAj.y.j.uj.xaj go-(l- if it Haker-Howar- d i I ZCocdi Swiialmilta amumnmsw - JLJL 1111 1L1L . ' Ulcli-iiioti- lU-rx'- 4 funuul-shnpe- d (1 )t e II rhen-uintls- m W dit-lik- e It- - coin-rnde- s pro-prlcto- r, -' 1 r, ceol-S:e- t. ul I hui-ban- d 1 ) -- r-- j t- - .i in ii m a Ilini'-.Neelj- NpanUh-.tlaer- l. 1 per-B.tte- d i 4 a f- - Gcii-ra- l one-side- d -, mc . rst 13.--.- V Man-kat- 1 Haker-Howar- "i JfflbL,-Ms4t-- - "" V ) hai-liani- l. doublc-turrete- k i .T tr lias-Tak- e 1 keen-eye- d d "" I mniu to-da- y phy-hlcla- n, re-fc- i4 f n Plnk-liam- 'a t n mm-rlag- e, r noth-Ing- bul-le- a & CARTER'S I S ). J D estl-natcd- at ff : " !--, ....fjWYwuji "" ..i; ii .(tK; MC!a rKi:tarss!tsii V itaW,.Jt's-- v ,i'-Au- ' --- r )t,iiny. 1 1 t THREE KILLED. A FALL OF MINISTER Dl'PUY. TorniHlo Wrecks tlio Homo f the 3lftllt)ya A'car Sulix, Ju. rite I'reuch Ministry Slrpril Down and Out of Olllio- -, llltrh Over the Him u Motion. NEW CHAMPION. Fi'lTrloH DcfcatH MINISTER BELLAMY STORER. II Will Arrive In Madrid i 4nzczvcttccctttCttcct-cttcz-ttt9imc-&t- noon Btt rre.ent III, Malloy.nd f. iMUnily Killed and Harry ir(l u ,.,T our LBer T,,,nM 7 I'ml.alily lal.lly Hurt -- Other lliiuim llliMtn Down lii, d The family had cntoml the cellar and osoapod. die. Tho house of Mrs. Cora Hassel, a widow, was next in the storm's path, and was blown Into hundreds of pieces. 12.- -A irrrlflo tornndo struck 10 miles ttouth of hurt near the town of Sallx. in., about 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon. I ho storm did not cover a largo territory butc.iii,e.l death and terrible hav- c wherever tho fi cloud touched the earth. The first houso struck was that of John Mnlloy. Malloy and family of .even imys and one girl had gone Into tho collar when the sky grew dark, but, aftor remaining there n few moment, came to the conclusion that It was only a thunderstorm and started to go upstairs ugaln Just as tho cloud struck tho home, tearing It Into small splinters. John .Malloy and his wife, Kate, wero instantly killed. Marry Malloy. 10 years of ago, w.s terribly injured and dlod In a few hours. Tom Malloy, aged 10. wati badly mangled and will proba-M:futmcl-shnpey Sioux Citv, la., Juno nil reduacd to kindling wood. Tho occupant. It Is reported, all eioapc.l aorious injurr. Pat .Malloy, who was brought to Sioux City on a special train, tells a graphic story of tho storm. Ho say lions., barns, llvo stoek and human being were sucked tip by the terrible oloud. Tho air appeared to Iks tilled with w recked buildings and debris for over half a mllo high. At Homer, Neb., across the river from here reports of considerable e hy wind have been received but no lots of life has Imch reported. At Homer au evangelist's tout was blown down while the meeting was In prog- GATTLING TURNED ON THEM. ress but all escaped Injury but one- unknown woman, who it Is said will die. liuml of .Monntalnrvra lam Down on Ilia Hilillrri ami Drumnitril llm Hakrr Mall stones as big as eggs fell during The .Moll DlnprrxMl. tho storm. llAiinornsvif.t fc, Ky., June W. Throo BRIDE ACCIDENTALLY SHOT. companies of state militia, with Jim and Wiley Maker In charge, arr veil Distressing Arcldeat at a hurliarl 1'artj hero at 10 o'clock Monday morning, .Near lulimca, Ml. 1 hr (Iriisol after a hard march through mud and V Madly Mounded. rain from Manchester. The prisoner Wichita, Kan., Juno 12. While a wero immediately delivered to Jailer A out party of young men were scrcuadlnir Doner. tlio few miles were of MantrM w chester 'of'ttiiiuiiinliiecrs mot t by s2iaM'"JjifLU '"lfesilcil tonga, uwia., Kntlay night, tho brido a'party nnd groom of two hours appeared on by Iter White, who demanded of tlio troops that they turn over the tho front joroh and ordered tho wagons that were, hired lu Manchester. to leave. The demand was refused nnd tho (falThe ehanvari party, composed or ling on the mountain trust was about SO friends of the young married eer and they turned boon dispersed. A btjuad people, refused to go. Instead, they ordered to scour the woods was continued to make deafening noises by with then that if enemies were found orders beating on pans and tiring guns. in ambush to shoot "like shooting at The flrst party, Harry Randall, de- squirrels." liberately pointed his gun at tho young A feeling of relief was experienced, couple and fired. Tho bride's faeo anil ind n mighty shout went up from the breast was tilled with buckshot, bho soldier when the Knox county lino fell fatally Injured, shot through tin was reached. A number of Maker's lungs and died an hour later. Tho friends and relatives accompanied the groom was also shot la tho face, but tho feeling troops here, where not fatally. is very strong for llakcr. Many conAfter tho accident tho flicting reports as to who killed I taker party tied. No arrests have been made are In circulation. Jim llakcr, his son, yet. A small brother of tho bride was said that he was positive as to who also wounded, but not serious! v. did the shooting; that a man in female houso ruu attlro was seen TWO CELEBRATED BUILDINGS of Sheriff Whitetb the from the Ho rewoods. to susThe t.lnrnln Log Cabin and ITncla Tuiu'i fuses to divulge tho name of tho pected party. Tlio Hakers arc very Cabin Wilt Hoon He Transferred to loud in their threats of vengeance. I.lnroln Park, Chicago. funnel-shaped Joo Rolnnnl and Patrick The homos of Hill llolger, O'.Ncll w oro dam-apt- istry has resigned. I'Mitn, Juno la. Lo Courier I)u Solr late Monday night predicted that M. Henri Itrlssou will have an important post lu the new cabinet, as being tho head of the radicals and "the leading spirit In tho revision movement," M. Dupuy, on leaving the lilysec, had n long conference with Mm. Del- cassc, Lcyguen and Oulllalu, President LouWl consulted the piesldentof the senate and of the chamber at 10 o'clock TucNlay morning. Tho gen-erImpression In that the crisis will not Inst beyond Wednesday, M. Loubet having foreseen, it Is said, the fall of Dupuy at an early date and having already considered the composition of the new cabinet. It Is understood that M. Sarrian and Polnoare, lenders of tho radicals and progressists respectively, drafted tho Kuan motion and .showed It to M. Dupuy before It was presented Li the chamber. They endeavored to persuade him to accept f, saying that It wus not directed against the government, but was only intended to alllrm tho union of the re publicans. M. Dupuy, howover, refused to accept, with the result that Mm. Sarrlen and Polncare led their followers against him. Tin morning papers, commenting on the full of the cabinet, severely crltl-cl-- e tho ministerial larcer of M. Dupuy, charging him with leaning now on one side and now to the other and with betraying all parties. The successive votes lu tho chamber of deputies Monday clearly demonstrated the existence of a majority, members of all parties who were determined to rid thcmielves of the premiership of M. Charles Dupuy. Tho Interpellation of M. Valllant was simply a cleverly selected pretext to conceal the real cause of the approaching crisis. a! Nkw Yokk, Juno 13. The French Cable Co. reports that the French min- I'Dzsiminons In Eleven Hounds of Heavy Fighting. De- the Queen Regent Uni!!!i, Jut Saturday AfterCredeDllaW to .Momljy. IINIfcKfcIirNU KILLED IN SELF-DEFENS- MAIt HELD NEWS. FORGERY. 'a & v tit'cr, United The Callfornlan Had the Australian feated From the Ml III Kound Jeffrie Had the Adrantace Id Weight and Age. l:jnU'tk,,' - acr-nod- er Cmicaoo, June li The Lincoln log cabin, where President Lincoln spent hid early days in Southern Illinois nml Uncle Tom's cabin, which l suppoird to havo been the home of the original if Harriet Reedier Mmvo' character novel of, in the great that name, will soon bo transferred to Lincoln park. Tho two relics which were part of the World's fair, nml later hnvo been doing duty At tho Llbby prison, will be turned orer to tho Lincoln park board by tho Llbby Prison association, notice of ituch transfer having been given by Charles F. Gunthcr, president of tho association. Tho transfer l necessary, si h Llbby prison Is belli); demolished to make room for the. Coliseum building that will soon occupy the Llbby prlsou site on Wabash avenue. anti-slaver- WAS KILLED FR0M A AMBUSH. MmitxT of Die Taylor Faction Laid Low at a tirliic Another Kentucky KciiiI Fatality. y MiDKi.KHiioito, Ky., Juno 13. A story somes f rout Harlan county, where the Taylor-Le- factions arc at war, telling that Tom Messcr, one of the Taylor faction, was shot down near his home. e Thcru Is a threatened outbreak of tho old feud and there may be many deaths In tho next 34 hours. It is said Mes-ic- r went to the bprlng near his houso to get water nnd without warning a volley of shots wero lired from the bushes. There seemed to bo several In the crowd who fired upon him, and they could bo riding away as Mcsser lay dying. Mcsser'H wife Is nearly overcome from sorrow at the sudden Ill Medal Wat Molcn. Cor.UJintJs, O., Juno 12. Maj. Thov and violent death of her husband. This Is tho second killing within n Ostium Summers, of the Ath army Morj trouble is sure to follow. corps, was robbed of a medal received (lun. during the Paris commune in 1871, it Frankfurt's is charged, by a bell boy ut the David Fiiankkoiit, Ky Juno 115. Frankfort Tho youth asserted that Is to have one of the Spanish cannons .son hotel. he, too, was nn old soldier, and had captured at Santiago, and It will be The boy was ar- placed in the state house yard in the served at Sun Juan. rested Saturday afternoon, and tho Trass plot between tho two froni missing medal found in his trunk. ja'tcs. h'-arfort-uigh- U Thief llrulun by n Woman. Hallway Tracks W tithed Out. CiilCAMO, ViNCKNNi.8, lnd June 13. Miss Lucy June in. Tho tracks of Kluck, while going homo nlonc, was the Chicago & Northwestern railway met by a young man, who grabbed her iro reported washed out between pockctbeok, and started to run. Sho Lcroy, Wis., nnd Rochester, Minn. pursued him, caught, hlra, got her purso I'ho ticket agent hero Monday night and then beat him. Ho begged for ivas under Instructions not to sell mercy before bho relenbed him. tickets north of Loroy. Olwlnal Assailant Sentenced. Steamer Fletcher bunk In North lllver Isaac Cha0., Juno Nkw Yokk. Juno 13. Tho steamer ncy, convicted of criminal assault upon IVUilnm Fletcher was run down and Miss Minnlo Cottrcll, was sentenced to ,'ainmcd by the big Cuuardcr Campania, three years in the penitentiary, a mo- in the North rlvor, and sunk. The rrow of seven wero saved. tion for a newUrl&l being ovtirulcd. Ciiim.ICOTIIK, li Davenport was requested to walk away from tho house, as Ware wanted to talk with him a few minutes. They went about eighty yards from the house, when Ware said: 'Are you afraid to walk beside me?" Davenport replied, ".No," and stepped up beside him, whereupon Ware grabbed him by the coat sleeve and said: "You will go no further, and you will dl ." Davenport became alarmed and tried to break away, when Ware began fcarching In his pocket for his revolver; but Davenport was too quick and shot ure and marvclously speedy for his Im-- J' him three times, two shots taking efXr Yonu, June 10. A London meuse size. Less than a year ago he .ays: Lord Kitchener Is dally fect in his heart and one In his right appeared lu New York a great Davenport has surrendered. at the war olllce, where the stall Is shoulder. y ungainly boy. he is the' Ware was carried to Davenport's home planning for the contemplated operalithe, active, alert, trained athlete. to await tho uction of the coroner's tions in the Transvaal.. It Is proposed toraucthc llritish effective force in jury. He leaves a widow and four chilMORE TROOPS ARE WANTED. Sooth Africa from 9.000, the present dren, all boys. Ueu. Oil bend nn Urgent Itnjucst for nuniecr to :,000. Of these, 2,000 will THE TAYLOR-LE- E FEUD. Lou!svit.r.K, Ky., June 10. Join M. beltntlsh troops and 10,000 will ccr-Thirty 1 houtand Men Itecrull- Parker and Frederick Frcedcnhcimcr, lilnly be rawn lug tlolng lorwuriL India and Aus- The Members of the Factions Hare Quit thp young men who were arrestud in Inlla. In addition, Canada will prob- Their Work nml Are Ileavllr ArmCincinnati Thursday, and who havo .t .aM.I Washington, Juno 10. An urgent uvij nuu ki uuiuuL-- i ui .. . u . ......l..u ing Themselres for a Ight, rudiments. confessed that they swindled tho Gerrequest for H0.000 more soldiers for Enpand has virtually committed man Insurance bank of this city out I'imwillk, Ky., June reimmediate, service in tho Philippines, Hlurse.f to a policy lu dealing with tho in addition to half that number 'iranraal which will not allow of ports Wednesday morning Worn Harlan of So.OOO on a forged cashier's caeclc from the Citizens' national bank, wero that are required for garrison jbickcWn, Some time ago the queen county say that the situation between wan contained in a cablc- - iTKclred the petition of 21,000 Outland- - the Taylors and Lees Is growing grave, presented in' the city court Fr.day and the members of the factions have morning. The cases were passed u.itll quit their crops nnd hcaily armed next Tuesday, ball being fixed at (HBHHiHaaaiaaaHK themselves. Eli Howard, a prominent S5.000, in default of which both sroro farmer, was been here Wednesday remanded to jail. morning and stated that a red flag had been raised at the head of Puckct's . STABBED TO DEATH. creek by members of one faction, and U. Leake. Prominent Contractor it that three black spots were placed on K- - Uutlirlc, Kills Homer Scott, Colored, ths flag, meaning that three hal to au Kmploye. MUMEKQ ula All are hcavllv armed with Win ST - W&fr.... chesters, and a general outbreak Is ex Klkton, Ky., Juno 12. Saturday - " IKM pected at any moment. .Good citizens. night at Guthrie, this county. K. G. V. it t gitr vMV7 n?A"lM'i22"''J'm'I?M"?? pipui'ini'M jMfc - .linn ii L I J wi ' V) J eiamVooiiVv .1 amliUyiDir. close at home. Icarlnir " town,' stabbed and killcd'Homer up Ju the I colored. Tho facta obtainable nrc)tJia a they ini?ht mixed that Scott, who worked for Leakr, was hav affair. ing a settlement and demanded moro ir Cases of bmallonx. claimed to hr.ro owed Idm. K ji i:nknck, Ky., Juno 12. Xcws has than ' reached here that two new cases of TheVegro said the settlement must ba i L smallpox have broken out at Ilcthlc-hem- according to his figures or there would this county. Mrs. Dave Claxon, be trouble, and, picking up a rock. HiHiy umihh ; sr., mother of the boy who was taken took hold of Leake. Leake had a pocket knife in his hand with which 111 several days ago, and Mrs. Montgomery, who has been nursing the pa- ho was picking his teeth, and as tliu tients from the beginning, are the vic- Negro took hold of him stabbed hint just above the heart, causing death lu- ROBERT FITZSIMMONS. JAMES JEFFRIES. tims. ntantly. froof of Whisky. Louisville Tobacco Slarket. gram received Thursday from Ocn. en 'rotestlng against tlio unjust con- Louisrii.LK, Ky., June 11. Internal Louisville, Ky., Juno 11. The local Otis, the full contents of which are dti a In which they lived under the IJevcnue Collector Sapp has received m guarded with tho greatest secrecy. l!x regime and begging for assistance circular relating to tho reduction of leaf tobacco market Friday was lackThe government has paid prompt heed frci the home crovcrnment. The the proof of whisky or spirits. It ing in animation, it being Friday, by urging tho speedy pet tloti, on careful examination, was states that the reduction must be which is always dull. Nothing but to the request enlistment of regulars at all recruit- foui d genuine and the protests of Out- made in the presence of a government the common and medium grades wero up. Prices in the main were good for ing stations. last ers were well taken. The colonial guagcr, by the addition of pure water It Is estimated that 15,000 men are oSJe sent a reply, promising that on the day of withdrawal, and in no hurleys, but dark tobaccos wero conRejected bids were, now needed for garrison purposes, and would see that the desires of tho case must the proof be lower than 90. siderably off. therefore, more numerous than they tho number required Increases with petitioners were satisfied. Henry Leshaft Acquitted. l'rlces ranged from S3 for have been. every town captured. lo the conference at lllocmfonteln LouioVlt.i.K, Ky., Juno 11. Henry Letrashes to SO for the best leaf. Otis Is also said to have again urged Unfranchise was the chief subject of of this city, who tho immediate recall of President discussion because this was the sub- shaft, a stock trader Crazed by a Kunanay. was charged with killing his pattner, Schurman, of the peace commission, ject of the Outlanders' grievance. Ky., June 10. A. S. Win. Gay, by stabbing him to death with whose treatment of Aguinaldo's emis- Krngcr's proposals wero Insufficient. Thompson, who was thrown from his knife June 24, 1S9S, in a quarsaries has been extremoly distasteful Sir Alfred Milncr saw that furthei a barlow rel over the settlement of accounts, horse recently and dragged a considerto tho commanding general. Schurv parley was not increasing the dignity acquitted at Hlizabcth-town- . able distance by the stirrup; was sent man will be allowed to resign on his ef his position nnd broke off the con- was Friday to the Lexington asylum Thursday. return. Denby and Worcester, the ference summarily. He has recovered front his bodily inA Notable Celehratlon. other members of the commission, will The Chronicle s responsible for tho juries, but his mind is a blank. Lr.iiANON.Ky., June 10. -- The diamond remain, ns they agree with Otis in the tUtcmcnt that the government on Abe Lee bhot From Ambush. jubilee of Sister Genevieve Mattingly necessity for unyielding methods. firm Thursday asked a She Mmm.Ksnoito, Ky., June 10. Abe Lea how soon and on what terms It could was celebrated here Thursday. THE MUNICIPALJFRANCHISES. supply l,:t00 military transport wagons. has worn tho veil for 75 years, and Is a member of tho Leo faction of the feud, which raged in Har-lc- n the only surviving member of the society received by the founifcr, REMAINS BURIED AT SEA. county, ten years ago, was killed The Construction of Urhan Trolley Itoadi, i . Electric, and Gat Lighting feyttemt Father Kcrincks. Mgr. Martlnelli, the from ambush. It Is thought the Tayon th Island of 1'orlo Itlco. Path of Lieutenant Commander Wain- - papal legate, assisted. lors did the deed and the Lee faction .right Kellogg, D. S. '., on Hoard The old feud will be reare arming, ( hlld Devoured hy Hogs. Va8IU.ncito.v, June 10. The war dethe Meaiuer Augusta Victoria. vived. partment is considering the ndvlsa-blllt- y Mavfiki.d, Ky., June l'i A A boldler's llrlde. Kr.W Yohk, June 10. Tho steamer Negro girl on tho farm of of judiciously distributing .some At the Camiton, Ky., June municipal franchises in Porto Itico Augusta Victoria, which arrived hero James Morris, near this city, was deof the bride's father. Clay Friday night from Hamburg, South- voured by a hog. When found both for tho construction of urban trolley and Cherbourg, reported legs, both arms and a portion of the Oliver, lato of the 4th Kentucky, and roads, electric and gas lighting sys- ampton of Lieutenant head were eaten. Tho child was feed- Miss Llzilc Lykins were married. tho death at sea tems and other public works. The Miss Lykins is tho charming daughter, Commander Walnwrlght Kellogg, U. ing the hogs when attacked. broader franchises for steam railof Hon. J. C. Lykins. roads and telegraphs will not bo S. N., who was a passenger on The Troops Leme for Itarhoursvllle. allotted yet. Tho war department, tlio vcbscl. Lieutenant Commander Consignment of Yearlings. Col. WilMaxciikstkh, Ky., June should this decision be confirmed, will Kellogg embarked on the Victoria at A special llarbor.rs-villLexixoto.v, Ky., June Hamburg, having been at Carlsbad for liams and his troops left for be guided largely by tho feeling of HO thoroughbred having in custody Al, Dee, Wiley train, carrying committees a tree ted. Contrury to gen- several weeks undergoing medical yearlings by Hanover, Sir Dixon, HinHo was 111 when ho cam, and Jim llakcr, who will be jailed at eral belief the Forakcr resolution treatment. The body of Tom llakcr doo, Fouso and other noted llluc Grass forbidding the allotment of franchises on board, and on the evening of Juno Uarboursvlllc. They old family burying sires, has left for New York. applies only to Cuba and not to Porto 3 died of heart disease. He was burled was taken to thoCreek for interment. will be sold this week. ground at Crano at sea. lilco. Gets Judgment for 8',,. DO. Deaf Mutes Marry. Attorney Wile Head. To Tender Their SerTlct-s- . Fiiankkoiit, Ky., June 10, A judgDaxvii.u:, Ky., June 10. John SamCiucAoo, Juno 10 David J. Wile, Chicago, Juno 10. Col. Hartlgan, of Anna M. ment for SiflOO damages In favor ot the attorney who was shot a few weeks the 7th regiment, telegraphed Gov. uel Smith, of Paris, and Miss school for Millard Sewonls, of this county, for llradlcy, of the Kentucky ago by Mabel llurkc, who shot and Tanner Friday requesting him to the deaf, both deaf mutes, were mar- loss of the use of his right hand, waa killed herself at tho same lime, died tender its services to President institution at noon Thursd- aftlrmed Thursday by the court of ap- Thursday night of blood poisoning. to reinforce tho troops lu tho ried at that l peals against the L. .t N. Railroad ayWile was about 43 yenrs old and was Philippines. r Co. prominent In his profession. Held for Court. Cuban Forgers Arrested. Found Dead In lied. Hlktos, Ky., June 10. Mack Sand-for- d The Augumln Daly Funeral. Havana, June 10. Tho payment of Louisvii.i.e, Ky., Juno 8. 11. R. charge" with shooting with InNkw Yohk. Juno 10. Tho fnncral the Cuban troops continues lu a e a coal capitalist, aud one of tn Jenkins, a white of tho lato Augustlu Daly will bo held manner. At Jarueo seieral tent to kil lorn was trfed before County Judge most prominent citizens of Cwens-bor- o, from St. Patricks cathedral In the men forged the names of boldlcrs and farmer, Ky., was found dead In bed .it a week following the arrival of tho body received money. They were soon dis Duffy Thursday, and held in bond of the Wllla d hotel hero Wednesday... SJ50 for the circuit court. here from Pari. covered, howover, and arrested be prepared at the United States would havo an Immense advantage Inl lrgation for himself, his wife and weight, height and age, but the thou- tbelr servants, but as tho legation sands who tipped nnd backed his opl Lmlding is vcrv smalt he will probably U obliged to have recourse to a hotel iiuutiH iu win wore Miro mai ne was) until a large house can bo chosen for blow and that he would in that respect' be absolutely at the mercy of tho tbef c;ation. past master nt the science of UL'ht"? Ing that ho was to meet. He proved1 BRITISH REDCOATS TO MOVE. on the contrary that he was iust ai fast as the man ho met and beat him? Lowland llnlert 1 hoiiitaniU of Her ttllie Iraimtaal-l.o- rd down to unconscious defeat In a fair. Kllchenor .May llu In Cotnrimiid. light. He is a virlt.'.blc giant in stat ., dls-pit-ch nwk-war- d, To-dafj-o- E. A. Ware bhot While Attempting to lcyatlon, has gone to accompany Murder a Man of VWiom He Mas him Jealous, at Frott, Ky. His delay has no signlti-cC- e Nkw York, Juno 10. James J. Jef- tcfadrid. whatever. He simply desired to fries, another sturdy young giant, ha FnosT, Ky., Juno 11. H. 1. Davenud.1i a residence for hit when tho come out o( tho west to whip chamcourt goes to Snu Sebastian, and it is port, a young farmer, and K. A. Ware, pion pugilists. At tho arena of the n figured In a fatal Coney Island Athletic club Friday notv expected that he will present his citdcntials to tho queen regent next affray here. Ware was Jealous of his night he defeated Robert FltzsimmonsT tftfsiday. wife, and they had quarreled and were world's champion lu two classes mlc During Mr, Storcr's sojourn In San not living together at the time of tho dlewclght and heavyweight In 11 tragedy. rounds of whirlwind fighting. lie fcbastian there have been no popular Ware went to the Davenport hotiie demonstrations and thero Is nothing came to the ring a rank outsider and about 7 o'clock Thursday night, and is to indicate that ho will be received left It the acknowledged muster of thej supposed to have thought his wife was man no uclcateU. lie was never at nnyj Ure otherwise than courteously. It is alone, but found several people there, improbable that there "will bo timo lu serious danger and after thJ oite among them young Davenport, who asy annoyance or demonstration in bizc-u- p In the early rounds of the con had just come to servo a subpoena on test took tho lead. Ho had the Aus? coanection with his arrival. Mr. Ware, who wus cursing his wife. Horer has wired fcpiln, :rom San Sebastian, Iho summer o of the SpanlDh court, whither real-dctc- 10- .- Mr. Itnllnm. States mlnltinr . arrived here Saturday evening E. I0R JtyStanton Sickles, secretary of tho Freedeoheliner and I'arker Arrested o the Charge of Swindling the Herman Insurance llaiik of Louisville. LouisviM.K,Ky., June 10. Fred denhcimer and John M. Parker, who arc accused of securing S5.000 on a forged check from tho German Insurance bank, of this city, arc prisoner in the county jail hero charged with forgery. The men were brought hero 1 nurs-da- y night from Cincinnati. They wer'o accompanied by Messrs. John Morris. Freedcnhcirncr's stepfather-anW. S. Parker, father of the other prisoner. Young Parker is the most stu jborii man the detectives have had tp deal with for some time. All he wou d say Thursday n ght about the caf.c wai that he threw his snare of the money in the river. Chief Ilaagar says the men will ba prosecuted to the full extent jf tin law. It is believed that had Parkei returned what he had, what this ioyj spent would have been made goad, and there would have been no prosecution. Tho German Insurance bank bas retained Aaron Kohn, a prominent criminal lawyer, to prosecute the cas. After the boys had been locked in cells Mr. Parker pleaded with his son to tell where the money was, btr; with no success. Chief Hanger gives it as his opinion that the boy, bclicviyg,his father will make good the amount and prevent proscutlon, has decided to keep quiet so as to have a stake pn hia release. d .c . i.i i I A t tralian whipped from the ninth roundfl It was acknowledged that JcurIeiT asking that apart-cent- s I t t - ..1 (, 5 1 pur-(Ktsc- s, a Vaa fa mil r J7 vr niiw-r- rnrr 2Sr -- 1 I " uwu 5 I - t "m ..'rzS YtJ'wLgrJrjWj7MAi L.-nk- c ..muMW , i1" w i imw Kng-hn- fl t 1 well-know- n Lo-rct-to Lee-Tayl- or -- i two-year-o- ld li res!-denc- e li e, li "5 Mc-Klul-ey ITifth-awa- y, Mis-facto- ry al , The Iliclvnmii Courier OCOliaU WAMIEN. Publisher. HOWARDS AND THEIR ALLIES llicy Are In rnr.eloii of Hie lULer.llo.fi aril Truil (iiouiid Anamination of Tom linker l'rom Ainhiuh. ARMY ADVANCES wwkatherhobaebim i TOWN . ALMOST Tenon WIPED OUT. rAlno Ar' l" Iriitlr" 'S'r '" m '""lied "tlth te Troopi-Ou- liy Our 'i Net Itlelimoud, Many Dettrojferi-Oih- er t-' HICKMAN. V KEN'TUCKY. M! Mop. XXXXXXXXXXXX xxx x xx J. HI JUNEI 899. Tue. Wed-Thu- $ Sun. Frl. Sal. . It-- J 4! 41 4 18 25 26 27 28" 29"30" J 20 iiiill TOPICS. jot 1 if 'r TfTTTfrfTTTTTTTTTVTT CURRENT frrM Or every 1,000 sailors 84 havo rheumatism every year. Pm:im:xT McKini.ey is becoming a Inveterate u smoker as Get). L'.S. Grant. Opcah I'KICkk, aged 13, of New York, was strangled to death by a swing rope. 1'ixs have been made for 4.'0 years but needles have been used for forty centuries. , Thomas Mann, the English labor leader, has become landlord of a London tavern. Tiikrr arc 03 steamers on the Swiss akes. The largest can transport .100 passengers. England's merchant marine includes over 21,000 vessels, of which about 8,000 are steamers. England has built for other countries since January 1, 121 ships, valued 1 H V hf I h. 111., is soon to have n new labor temple, with library and " ending rooms. Chicago has 227 miles of track eleva tion completed, and sixteen miles more has been ordered. Cousets made of aluminum are now ttied by medical men for the treatment of spinal disorders. Or every 100 school children in London 03 leave school between their tent h Bnd eleventh years. Fi.oke.sce Xioiitixqai.e is now nearly 60 years old, but in better health than for years past. A Maptist preacher at Madison. Ind., has resigned his pastorate in order to become a Mormon missionary. TmnTT year3 ago there were only two dozen explosive compounds known to chemists; now there are over 1,000. Utah gives its convicted murderers tho ciiolcc of how they will bo executed. The latest one chose to be shot. Onk of the features of the Corao electric exhibition is to be a content between operator in rapid telegraphy. .Pes V.nr.Ki.KUtti a religious man, lniVmMnara'dt Ilia ttttxft n tue Cuban campaign say he always prayed on re tiring for the night. MME. CAMILLE. FLAJWAttlCN', wife of the astronomer, is heading a popular movdment among French women for general disarmament. EN'TKunusiN'o citizens of Mountain View, O. T., have purchased the rival town of Oakdalc and are moving it to Mountain View in Gcctions. Hans Lanosetk, a Norwegian farmer of Glyndon, Minn., has a beard 03 inches long. He wears it colled inside of his vest when he works. O.nk cf Gov. Koosevelt's admirers has presented him with a rare old Damascus blade supposed to be that carried by Gen. Hlucher at Waterloo. Pens resembling our quill pens, but made of reed, have been found in Egyptian tombs supposed to date from u period 2,500 years before Christ. The United States is about the only ation whose great days, like the 'ourth of July and Memorial day, are celebrated all over the civilized world. liurFALo's new union railroad station, to cost 50,000,000, is to have a waiting room 60 by 235 feet, said to be he largest in the world. The other acccbsorics and the train shed arrangement arc on the same liberal scale. Ijf 1871 Germany lost 143,000 lives by smallpox. In 1874 a law was passed making vaccination obligatory in the first year of life, and compelling its repetition at the tenth year. The result was that the disease almost entirely disappeared. To lessen the jar of railroad car a cushion wheel has been patented, the edge of the disc haying a slot, which is covered with a cushioning material before the outer shoe is put on, the latter having its inner edge shaped to fit the groove on the at 2,716,754. Si'MNO field, London Depot, Ky., June 12. The Howards and their allies, tho Whites are in possession of the ground In the feud nnd few linkers ot llaker sympathizers are left to molest them. After Tom Maker, tho head of the llaker faction, met his tragic death Suturduy afternoon at the hands of an assassin, whoso deed stands nlono the coldest blooded in the history of Ken ucky feudal wars. The state milltln, under Gol. Williams, with Wiley, Jim, Dee and A I llaker. shorn of their arms, left over the mountain rond fon Hap boursville, where there the charges of murdering Uurch Stores and Wilsou Howard u 111 be tried on a change oi ve iuc granted by Judge Cook. Maker, when shot, was in his tent and within 70 feet of the assassin who fired from the porch of Sheriff licv White's house, diagonally across the street. linker told Ills wife that he was tired and would stand up for fresh air, when ho did so a bullet pierced hl breast Col. Williams sounded assembly and the battallion of malltln charged White's house. They found the gates locked and tin doors barred, but the boys In blue broke the locks nud bars and found Inside nothing save a stack of Winchester ri lies; upon examination one of these guns was found to contain a freshly exploded cartridge, and it is this which sent the leaden missle through the heart of the most fearless feud leader Kentucky ever produced. The people of this place and along the road to Manchester are wild with excitement. Sympathy for the llakert Is expressed on every side. The troops are powerless under Kentucky law tc protect or execute the simplest duty, being subject to the orders of the county sligrilT, who in this case is not with their purpose. John in G. White, of Winchester, a brother of Sheriff Ilev White, with two guards, passed through here Sunday going to the scene. It was stated Sunday night that Special Judge A. King Cook will order a special grand jury and attempt to indict the slayer of Tom llaker, but the fact that Judge Cook is not the regularly elected judge will make an uphill task for him. Sherlll Ileverly I. White is now under arrest charged with the murder of Tom llaker, leader of his faction in feud, in the courtthe house yard Saturday afternoon. The sheriff is under the same military guard that was sent here in a vain endeavor to protect Maker's life, but Col. Williams has taken every precaution to ace tAiat tils new prisoner if found guilty shall pay tho penalty without the premature fate of his alleged victim. Nevertheless blood for blood is the cry of Ilaker's relatives and those who know them say they are bound to get it. Thorough investigation has established the fact beyond doubt that the shot that' killed Maker was fired from tho house of Sheriff White. It camo from a window in the front room on the left side of the house, between 75 and 100 yards from where the camp was pitched. It develops that Mikcr was not standing outside tho guard house tent when killed. Though repeatedly warned not to expose himself. Maker, too confident of the protection afforded him, walked to the entrance and leaned on the center pole, still keeping under canvas. Mut this much exposure was enough for the murderer concealed across the street. Baker-Howar- d I llaker-Howard kccn-cyc- d LYNCHED BY COLORED MEN. Five Hundred Xegroea Took Simon llrooki, Colored, From Jail at SardU, UUi., and Tut JIlui to Death. Simon Mrooks, colored, was lynched by a mob of 500 Negroes near here, having been taken from the jail some time between 12. Sardi, Mi6s., June midnight and dawn. The crime, which thus avenged, was most atrocious. Saturday night a Negress named Armistcad while returning from a shopping tour to hcrhomo was by Mrooks and another Negro. The woman was outraged, her throat was cut and she was severely beaten about tho head and her jaws were tightly tied to prevent breathing. Her body was then concealed in rubbish. The woman rallied sufficiently to give the alarm and the names of her assailants. Mart of the goods taken from the woman was later found in a trunk belonging to Mrooks. The mob, which ns composed entirely of Negroes, did its work quietly. The white people knew f the affair hours after itoccurrcd. assaulted noth-ingo- wheel. i Theke can be no doubt that the most obliging postmaster in the state of Missouri lives at IJethel. He recently put a telcphouc in his ofllco and announced that for the benefit of those patrons who nre connected by wire, and who may desire it, he will ipen tlwir letters and read the contents to them over the phone. A Kansas farmer in a fit of nngcr becnuso he was delayed by a freight train at a crossing drove his team on the other track and obstinately refused to move when the mall train came along. Orders, threats, entreaties and curses alike failed to move him, and ho held up tho train 20 minutes, when tho freight pulled out. The city of Detroit has appropriated the sum of 57,000 for public concerts this summer, with the proviso that union musicians only shall be engaged to furnish tho music. The Emperor William has ono peculiarity, which is that ho will havo several kinds of bread on tho table at every meal, of all of which ho partakes in turn. The largest cask in the world is the Tllatncr cask, of Nuremberg, Germany. It is 105 feet in diameter and 61 feet deep, and its completion a few years ago was celebrated by a ball, at which over 500 persons were on tho floor of tli a cask. n The Iowa at I'uget hound Natal Station. Hukmeuton, Wash., Juno 12. The battle ship Iowa arrived at .Yugct Sound naval station Sunday night. in Madrid. ,iVaiiim.ton, June 13. As n result of conferences which havo been 1'rcsl-'jjeMaur of the. IVounded Left llehtmt y the tg on for several dnys between MeKlulcy, his cabinet nnd thu In Their lletrent--lhItebeU Ameriviruueinis, onsen upon constnutcom-j.mvatio- n can) l.oit iHoOlllcrrn Kilted nnd (he with military "1 1'rUate Wounded. nnd innmudcrs pence the In, the PhilipManila, Juno 12. At daybreak Sat '.yinusvoucrs urday a force of 4,500 men, under Gens. pics it has been decided to renew an sslva policy ngalnst the insur-,y- s Lawton, Wheaton nnd Overshlnc, adThere was hesitation nt first, vanced from San 1'edro Macatl, sweep- t' ing tho .country between tho bay of He. 'lie Immlnency of the rainy season Manlly and May lake, south of Manila. ,j ,.c rmupplncs might make active My noon the country had been cleared i) .itlons impracticable. The reports almost to I'aranaque. The Americans - n Manila indicate that it will lossiblo to the insurgents. lost two o Ulcers killed and 21 soldiers I (r or shine, ami this it has bo. n de- wounifod. " to do. Moreover, tho prcsl. Tiie rebels resisted desperately nt tho stronger of their positions, and l,i, s advices were thnt it would be left 50 dead in the trenches. Many jr. visable to postpone the campaign more wounded were left behind by the iu i the return ot more favorable wr.'her. rebels In their retreat. u plnn of the otllclals is to pursue Tho heat during the day was overnatdo's captains relentlessly on powering, and there were many pros trations of American soldiers from 1.. and to institute a thorough I h.ido by sea, with a view of cut-- t that cause. .; off their supplies as much as pos-Gen. Lawton's force consisted of two battalions, each of the 21st and 0th infidle this is being done rclnforcc-Irtiwi- ll fantry, six companies of the Colorado be sent to Luzon. Good volunteers and a detachment of artillery. The Nevada cavalry was under p. will be taken to let the insurgents Gen. Wheaton and the 13th nnd 14th hiu notice of these contumplatcd Infnntry, the 4th cavalry and a detach- lu.'uncnts nnd if they obtain ment of light artillery were undct na taggeratcd idea of tho s ze of u new army coming to confront Gen. Overshlnc. It was scarcely dawn when the Ufa. so much the butter. Meantime, troops, In n long, silent procession, r nportunity will be lost to inform wound up tho hillside behind the fc'iilfgulded followers of Aculualda Amcrlcitn trenches and formed a skir- 1 peace is obtainable any moment mish line. Concealed in the jungle. tr choose to throw off their althe advance rebel outposts fired a few liance to their leader nnd lay down tf r arms. shots before being seen, Hie authorities report that insur-pfcartillery, the Colorado infantry The are coming in every day to sur and the Nevada cavalry swung around the hill top on the left and opened the rthicr to the Americans. They aro battle at C::0. The rebels made no re- iiTanably well treated nnd nre per-a- t ted to communicate with their sponse from the hills and the Colorado men cautiously advanced through the (rends to tell them the advantage ot grass until they were confronted by a j!dlng to American rule. lteportt trench, from which a few weak volleyi fm Manila say thnt the rank and file A spirited response fol- t the Tngals nre becoming tired were fired. wnrfare their chiefs lowed and a charge into the trench c the rbve led them into, hut the intlu- found it to be deserted of the limitary faction Is still In the meantime, part of the 13th and 14th regiments formed in skIrmis5mioi"nt and it will have to be line, extending a mile to the right and' token before the masses will enter supported by the rst of the rcgl uto the American plan of governing islands. One feature of the new ments, swept down the valley and up the hillside toward another trench plicy will be more active participation Approaching the morass serious!) i the navy in the operations against A partial blockade hampered the 14th, and the rebel! t.e insurgents. ts been maintained, but recent events taking advantage of this, poured galling fire upon them for 30 minute hvo shown the necessity for increas-c- g The 14th was twico compelled tol vigilnncc. withdraw for the purpose of findln; safe crossing in the swamp. Fi ulMTr JCHALLENGEISiACCEPTED ,. ''-j- fc ,t itmTHvi A .d tlio trntiWw,wut.UltMl . MS at a Fight lletireen Hanks, ajiercbcls Ilea to uTowi tiiui Jeffrie and loin Miarkey and sustained'a severe loss. Gen. Liu r1 Ktrlj In ritriulier. ton then pushed his entlro command f south, through tho center of the an 1 la. isthmus, uutil a few miles south ot Sharkey, iiincik'o, June received lorn the the pagilUt, has I'aranaque, when ho swung around following telegram from his manager, and halted on account of the heat. Tom O'llourke, dated New York, d The monitor Monad June 11: nock aud three other vessels shelled 1. t?l l.f Tt. I'aranaque Saturday morning and the Have accepted Jeffries t1.1. challenge to , . .. rebels promptly cvacuatcd'thc piacc. oih early in boptcmbur. ... iou Washington. June The war 'de-- Mil better come . here at once. There partment Sunday received a report A net..,,. ..i4ltln- - ml . t H.. -".... from Maj. Gen. Otis, of the military I"?"" (Signed) "Tou O'ltocnuE." movement Saturday to the south ot o the above the sailor replied; Manila for the purpose of clearing out !l'Ao Kom.i.s. Juno 12. Tom the rebels in that section. It shorn O'llourke, New York: Am at springs. that the movement was a great success doing well, working right along. Will and that the enemy's loss was considleave for New York in three weeks. erably greater than stated in the press Weather is rather warm there. dispatches. Gen. Otis' cables as follows "Tou Shahkkv." "Manila, June 11. Terrific heat From the above It would appear that would not permit troops to reach pos- the caustic challenge Issued by Jeffries itions at hoursdesignated; enabled majust after his defeat of Kitzsimmons jority of insurgents to escape in scat- will lead to some arrangement for a tered organizations south and west uattle between the aspiring sailor and ward, which they effected during the the new champion. evening and night. Movement great success, however; enemy disorganized COLORED MEN LYNCHED and routed, suffering heavy loss; troops resting Latr Their Lire Knded lij- a Moh of Their Own at Navy did pinas and Paranque. Color Sheriff'! Arrival rreenteU excellent execution along Other From Uelnc Mrun Up. the shore of bay; but many Insurgent deOcala, Fla., June IX Two Negroes tachments retired in that direction, protected by tho presence of women were lynched at Dunnelon, Sunday and children whom they drove along nipht, by a mob of their own color. with them. Our loss, four killed ond Some weeks ngo Marshal I'aync wns some thirty wounded. Itcport of hot by a Negro. Saturday the Negro casualties later. Conservative estimate was captured and returned to Dun nclon, when It is supposed some Ne of enemy's loss about four hundred. rr,ocswere employed to tnko him down (Signed) Otis." the river and drown him. Sunday A Jcaton Man'i Crime. tvening tho laborers of the Dunnelon Font Smith, Ark., June 12. John phosphate mine heard of Itandatonco Moore, reccutly a member of the Saloiganizcd to mete out similar justice to vation army here, became Jealous of t people Implicated. They succeeded his wife, alleging that she was receiv- iniclynching two of them and were only ing too much attention from the n prevented from lynching others by of the Salvation army. Moore aud the appearance of Sheriff Nugent and his wife separated. an armed posse who went down on a Sunday he met her and the captain special train from Ocaln. The posso taking n walk together. He drew a returned Monday morning ond report plhtol nnd fired two shots at td everything quiet. the captain. Neither took effect. .Moore Then Dree"" Iteclment I.entr for Home. shot his wifo Washington, June IS. Gen. Otis n dead and with the fourth nnd last bullet killed himself. Moore has been a ports that the Oregon regiment, with laundryman. Little is known of him signal company left Monday for San here. Francisco. M nt Americans Sweep tlir Country iietwccif tho May of Manila ami May Lake. ronie of Conference. s, VUlIrd j fi Storm- -. Killed and 1'roperlr , Tou lit Vlalted. l., "JEvil Dispositions A .... IV .1.. Of. jrire izany onoivn Just so evil tn the btood comes out In sh.tr: of scroful.t, pimptett ttc, in children And young people. Taken in time it c.tnbcer.idic.iicdby using Hood's S.irs.tfirilU, eAmericA's Greatest MedU exne. ItviUliees and enricies the blood. o ,. f- llj-- ht ;(-"- -. f. 1 ts oue-sldc- d tu-- e e oj-- a' . tW.7 -- double-turretc- ... .i ""- - !T0 to-da- y - cap-tnl- Mlnliter htorer San riiANCisco, Juno 12. Tom Madkid, June 12. Mr. Mellamy Storcr, United States minister to Spain, Sharkey has issued a statement in Mrb. Storcr, Mr. Stanton Sickles, sec- which he declares ho "is still the chamretary of the legation, nnd their ser- pion heavyweight of the world," nnd vants, arrived hero by the Southern thatJcffricsW.il have to disposo of him before laying claim to that '.itlc. express at 11:40 p. m. Saturday. Ho thought Jeffries had greatly imA Million Dollar Hre. proved. Newcastleon Ty.nk, Juno 13. Three Shot In a (leneral t'lciiL. of the largest shops connected with (he Armstrong-Whltwort- h ordnance M Miuni.K8Uouo, Ky,, Juno 12. In a works here were destroyed by fire Sun- general fight at a disreputable house, day morning. The damage is cstl Minnio Sutton was shot and seriously Injured, it is alleged, by John Marcum. seated at 200,000. Miarkejr RII1I Clnlnm the Cliniiiplonihl. Mi.sni:ai'OMH, Minn., Juno Ml. One Iruimport St. I'awl Arrives from Manila. San Fhancisco, June 13. The United of the most scvero storms that ever over Minneapolis prevailed States transport steamer St. I'nul arpassed hero between 5 and 7 o'clock Monday. rived from Manila Monday, the voyage For fully an hour midnight darkness, occupying 28 dnys. Tho St. I'nul fell over the city nnd the sky had all brought r.7 passengers, most of whom Then were returned soldiers. tho appearance of a tornado. very little wind, however, but nn was Another Victim of tho tails Storm. Immense volume of water fell, the Sioux Citv, In., Juno 13. Another gauge showing 2.31 inches. So far namo wns added Monday to tho list ot as learned little dnmago other than victims of Sunday's tornado near Salix, the flooding of basements and floating In., Mcsslo Malloy, aged 10. dying in of numerous pavements resulted from tho hospital here. It is thought nil ever storm nt Minneapolis. Minn., Juno 13. A special from Stillwater, Minn., says: Moudny night was a terrible one for New Utchmond, the village being almost wiped out of existence by one of the most severe cyclones that ever visited thnt locality. It carried ruin and death In Its pith, nud nt this hour it Is impossible to give even a partial list of those who are seriously injured. It is thought ninny aro dead. Tho uewsof the disaster was brought here by J. A. Carroll, a traveling iiinn from Mortage, Wis., who was stopping at tho Nicollet house in New when the cyclone struck. He saw the cloud as it came up the principal struct and took refuge lu the basement of the hotel, which wns completely wrecked together with every other business house in the oity. In terrible sheets of rain fof'owlng the cyclone, Mr. Carroll and his com rndes succeeded in recovering the Charles MqKcnney, wifo and one child from the debris, and they also removed the laundry girl who was so seriously injured that she will proh They a'so removed two nbly die. men named llnrrett and Newall, who were very severely injured. Mr. Carro 1 drove to Stillwater by tentii for relief and the train with doctor left here nt 12:15 a. tii. Mr. Cnr roll further says that fire followed the cyclone nud that what was left is being consumed by lire. Many people nre doubtless killed and the damage will run into hundreds of thousands of dollars. MlNM.AiYii.ip, Minn., Juno 13. A special from Miirkhardl, W.., says: A messenger has reached here from New Mlohmond, Wis., nnd has teleand for doctors graphed here help, saying that tho storm struck that town and a large number were killed and wounded. The railroid otllclals have endeavored to get out a spccinl train, but on account ot the several wnshouts, nre unable to do so and tiie doctors nnd many other, are now driving acr.ss the country ai fast as the hones can safely carry them. o ST. I'At'i, Minn., Juno (Mtnu. ) special says: Six luehes of rain is the record foi the 24 hours up to Mouday morning. It was the worst storm rvr known in this section nnd washed out stone culvert, newly graded streets aud retain lug walls In this city. Warren crrek rose six feet Sar.Jay night and carried nwny a part of Meter Sander.' livery unit vcililulea-mrn, with hor-Lightning damaged tho gas plant tc the rvtcnt of 520,000, covered by Insun ance. Country ronds almost impassable owing to culverts having gone out. The Minnesota river is rUing rapidly and is nearly up to the highest point of the spring, while the country A few a washout is afloat. miles north of thin city hni Interrupted trntlie on the Omaha road. The Omaht will probably bu open A washout In tho Great Tuesday. Western, near Madison lake, hns tied up the Cannon Valley division. Henvj rain fell ngnin Monday night sotting everything afloat. A Mochester, Minn., special says The most copious rninfall for several years came Sunday, three inches falling In a few hours. Hall accompanied the downpour but there Near St. Charlci was no wind. 000 feet of the Northwestern trnck wns washed out while both the Chat field and Zumbrota branches were damaged by the flood. Trains have been entirely suspended. The lightning struck various points In tho city but no serious damage was done. The town of Hammond is reported to have suffered severely from the flood, several buildings and bridges be Inn washed aw ay. Minneapolis, Minn., June 13. A Winona, Minn., special snys Monday night's storm was the most severe evci known there. Dams and bridges were swept away on All the water courses. Including a dyke stone arch bridge built to protect South Winona. The entire south side Is under water and tunny families havo been carried out A large steel bridge ovci on rafts. Gilmore creek wns carried away. Mli.WAfKKK, Wis., Juno IX A dls patch wns received hero at 2 o'clock Tuesday morning from Jowctt Mlllt announcing the arrival there of the A Mr. CutWisconsin Central train. ter, in tin; employ of the Central, sent a dispatch to the local officers ot the road saying that the town of New Mchmotid was gone south of Highway bridge, and that the estimated nuinbci of killed will reneh 150. Many of the houses, Mr. Cutter states were consumed by iiro after tho cyclone. Many people were killed, ho says, whi e attending the circus which was showing there. MlNNKAlMt.l", Mich-mou- d funnel-shaped pro-prlcto- r, Jfocdd b it SaMafiatiffa r.i f.n ata- -. w v SHE PREFERRED DEATH FIRST Would llrnso tin Horror of llir Deep lleforr She Vt oulil MiiUc n I'rlKht of llcrx'lf ssllli u l.lff 1'rrMTt cr. There She war; a very plump woman. are people w ho a the) uotild like to bs juot a plump, but the woman hertclf i al ii thmkiut; of w)i sml mean, li) lxhlclt km ranee of diameter nud oitcmnfer her nice max U reduced, a ml sn tlniiR that will e spMiently inrrmte ihe riatiU with a that li little nhort ot alihonrnrf. Hut it there i one think' that sin- diike inoroy than her rviufoi table pIliiupiieM, K i Ik" water. So, when one ilu, on tteamci in a foe, thtrr .i ml.uiun. he w evtn more unhappt than uinst lieoplc aiv under lUeh eiruiNitnH, though it w iflutwi with f.tfat eml nfterwutd tli.it he 1'hrtr wni fortunate!) no more seri ou result (rum the coIIimoii thin everal I ultra del. hut no our wan quite ure in that tune wImi the not minute would luisn 1 br Iui.Imik! of the forth iim with the d comfortable p umitift, like th pol that lie war, immediate!) alter the found lile preerxet, am) in a iiist" tcr of fact wa Urted to stint hMWifeta put one on. Mut she ireotletl xith inch barnot ture but ter th.it for a maitiuit he the ttiock had ilrprivrd hrr nt her netites. "Put on oiii of tliote thiuist'" tie almost thneked. Niver! Jutt look nt that fnt woman orr there with one of them on She looks a iwrfret Mght " Ami he didn't put the life prcierver on and it va her Kmkl futtutw that the had to reawin to rrgnt it -- N V Timet. - it. kui-ban- nt ' Ilia Contain) Id) hiihiIi half tone riigravin.i, made from phutoKrapha taken of our Army in cainii, mi tratit'Hirt and in actual Shiuih and American Gun loat, Cuba, II a Manilla, , Airhitrcturr; how the manner aud lUnIouu of the people of our new IdamU, I'liturv of our He-rDewr), General t'har.e Kuip (known a dpi. t'harle- - Kui, l he author I. healar, Hntixin, Moo'exrlt, Sjuiptou, Mile. Schley. Shaftir, l.rv. llrooki. t'dtroll. Growl of HlMcr. (axa'ty, Attillrri, Infant n SHipn, 1 title pun tire, nnuh Nhher, lntuiutw fhiekamaiiga, .larkoiiille, Taniu, I'arewrli letter Home, llotptalt, CTara of !- -.. lliri rtirrna War I'm !'-- l'. n or a a, u. MKn.k..larr. 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Mns. , MANisruL-- CouaUiu-on'- , YATK9, Mich. Your M'ellclno Worked Wonders." my innt-rlng- o, seven years ngo; have given birth to four children, and hnil two inlscurrlnges. I hud fulling of womb, Icticorrhum, pnlns lu buck nud legs; dysiK'pslu uuil a nervntin trembling of thostomtich. Now I liuvo nonoof tliebo troubles und can enjoy my life. Your ineillclno hns worked wonders for iuu." Mns. S. MAit.NUAitT, Nuw Cahtlk, " I hud been sick ever since Pa. Tlio Grcntrnt Knllwny 6) (tenia of the I lilted blatci Use CARTER'S INK They wouldn't lice It If It w.iin't ood. Co.t you no mure limn poor ink. Insist upon liavinn it. ffiSDEWEIC'B uiiht nnr. k. UUKiS wurtil'i uresteil hern. Iit ii I. ai.fui r. nnuii, i..i..ia. nu,., iiiuauo. llaUtouit AdllNTA --i neat Coutib Hjrup. Taxlca llood. Uto in urns, pom nr arumMnti. the storm. ff RIllgl1fflfrfri WhIHk AIL IIS (All ft. the rest ot the injured will recover, kA ' v. && e , , m y, (,J ' THREE KILLED. A Tornmlo Wrecks the Homo of FALL OF MINISTER Allnlstrjr Ollke-- A DlPUY. NEW CHAMPION. JelTrioH MINISTER BELLAMY STOKER. x IU Will t, it ft rlie l'rencli Out of llltrh Over tlio blriiail Down anil Defeats Fltzslniiiions In Klc ven Houwlti of Heavy Flffhtlnff. Arrle ami In Madrid .Saturday Afler-Ino- nn ilalloyn Near Suits, lu. tut lluau .Motion. New Youk, Juno 13. The French Cable Co. reports that the French min- Hie (Jnei-- n I'rr.rnt lilt Credential! to Itrcnnt MoniUr. 10. INTERESTING STATE NEWS. M SELF-DEFENSE. MAi'lt June Mr. Ullny and Wife Inttantly Ivlllecl and Harry .Malloy Died a t'ew Hour Later-T- om .Malloy latally Hurl Other llouura IUimmi llnwiv istry has resigned. l'Aiil", June 13. Le Courier Du Solr Into Monday night predicted that M. Henri llrlssou will hnvo nn Important post in the new cabinet, nn being tho head of the radicals and "the leading spirit In the revision movement." M. Dupuy, on leaving tho Klysce, had n long conference with Mm. PresiLcygucH and Ouillaln. dent I .on bet consulted the president of the tenatu and of the chamber at to The geno'clock Tuesday morning. eral impression is that the crisis will not Inst beyond Wednesday, M. Lou but having foreseen, It Is said, the fall of Dupuy at an curly date nnd having already considered tho composition of the new cabinet. Del-cass- c, bioux Cnr. la., Juno IS. A Irrrlflo tunindu struck 1(1 miles south of here near the town of Sallx, In., about 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon. The rtorm did not cover i largo territory but caused death and terrible hav-- c wherever the cloud touched the earth. The first house Htruck wan that of John Malloy. Mnlioy and family of even boy and one girl hud gone Into the collar when thesky grow dark, but, uftor remaining there n few moment, came to the conclusion that It was only a thunderstorm nnd started to go ngnln Jut as the cloud struck the house, tearing It Into small splinters. John Mnlioy and hi wife, Kate, wcro Instantly killed. Harry Malloy, 10 years of ace, was terribly injured and died lu a few hour. Tom Malloy, nged IP, was badly mangled and will probably die. The house of Mrs. Cora II asset, a whlow, wns next m the storm's path, and wns blown into hundred of pieces. The family had entered the cellar and escaped. The homes of Phil llolgcr, Joe Ilelnanl and 1'atrick O'Nell wore all reduced to kindling wood. The occupants, St is reported, all ctoapcit serious tnjurr. l'at Malloy, who was brought to Moux City on a spccl.il train, tells a graphic story of the storm, lie says houses, barns, live stock and human beings were Mickcd cloud. nip by the terrible The air appeared to bo lllled with w reoked buildings and debris for over half a mile high. At Homer, NoK, across the river from here reoru of considcratdc dam ago by wlml have been received but no loss of life has Itcen reported. At Homer an evangelist's tout was blown down while the meeting was In progress out all escaped Injury but one unknown woman, who it Is said will die. Hall stones as big as eggs fell during the storm. funnel-shaped funnel-shaped up-Mn- lrs funnel-shape- d understood that M. Sarrinn nnd Polncnre, lenders of the radicals and progressists respectively, drafted tho llunu motion nnd .showed It to M. Dupuy before It wns presented In the chnmbcr. Thoy endeavored to persuade him to accept l', saying that It was not directed ngalnst the government, but was only Intended to uillriii the union of the republicans. M. Dupuy, however, refused to accept, with the result that Mm. Harden mid Polucaru led their followers against him. The morning papers, commenting on the fall of the cabinet, severely criticise the ministerial career of M. Dupuy, charging him with leaning now on one side and now to the other and with betraying all parties. The successive votes lu the chamber of deputies Mondny clearly demonstrated the existence of a majority, members of nil parties, who were determined to rid themselves of the premiership of M. Charles Dupuy. Tho iutcriellatlou of M. Valllaut was simply a cleverly selected pretext to conceal the real cause of the approaching crisis. It Is SUrcr, United States minister to Spiln, arrived here Saturday evening The Callfornlan Hail the Australian ! ;rotn San Sebastian, the summer resiKILLED IN feateit from the Ninth Hound Jefdence of the Spanioh court, whither fries Had the Advantage in MrStnnton Sickles, setretnry of tho E. A. Ware Shot Whllo Attemntlnc to Weight ami Ac. Jtnrder a Man of Whom He Was location, has gone to accompany him Jealous, at Frott, Ky. His delay has no slgnltl-cenc- e tcflwirid. Kr.v Youk, Juno 10. James J. Jefwhatever. Re simply desired to fries, another sturdy young glnnt, hail finill n residence for his FnosT, Ky., Juno ll. H. P. Davenjsc when the come out of tho west to whip chom- coaf t goes to Sun port, n younj; farmer, and E. A. Ware, Sebastian, nnd it is plon pugilists. At tho arena of the notv expected figured in a fatal that ho will present his an Coney Island Athletic club Friday credentials to tho queen regent next affray here. Ware was Jealous of his night he defeated Robert Fitzsimmomsj Monday. wife, and they had quarreled and were world's champion in two clnsses midDuring Mr. Storcr's sojourn in San not living together at the time of the dleweight nnd heavyweight in 111 bnstian thcro have tragedy. been no iiu demonstrations nnd there Is popular Ware went to tho Davenport house rounds oi wniriwinu iignimg. nothing -. f'titiw. ... ilio rtfir n rnnlr niilsiiier andj ......... ..... about 7 o'cloek Thursday night, and is to indicate thnt ho will be received left It the acknowledged master of tho l,fre otherwise than courteously. his wife wns It Is supposed to have thought people there, man ho defeated. Ho wns never at unyj quite Improbable alone, but found several there will bo time In serious danger nnd after tho any annoynnco or that among them young Davenport, who demonstration in siy.e-u- p In the early rounds of the conhad Just come to serve a subpuenn on connection with his arrival. Mr. Ware, who was cursing his wife. test took tho lead. He hntl the Aus- - Morcr has wired asking that npart- trnllnn whipped from the ninth round.' Davenport was requested to walk he prepared at United It wns acknowledged that JclTries rsenti for himself,thehis wifeStates awny from tho house, as Ware wanted legation and would have nu immense advantage, in Ithclr servants, him a few minutes. They but as tho legation to talk with weight, height nnd uge, but tho thou- ILoihling is went about eighty yards from tho verv small he will probably you sands who tipped nnd backed his opobliged to have recourse to a hotel house, when Ware said: "Are was lc ponent to win were sure that he afraid to walk beside me?" Davenuntil a large hduse can bo chosen for slow nnd that he would lu that respect port replied, "No," and stepped up bebe absolutely nt the mercy of the ttiefe;atiou. side him, whereupon Ware grabbed him past master nt the science of fight-- , by the coat sleeve and said: "You will lug that he wus to meet. He proved BRITISH REDCOATS TO MOVE. go no further, nnd you will dl '." ..-.- Itcliamr HELD TOR FORGERY. Freedenheliner and 1'arker Arrested o the Charge of Swindling the Herman Insurance llaiik of Louisville. the contrary that he was Just ns fast ns the man ho met and beat him I.bjUocI Order 1 houiand of Her Soldiers loth 'IraunTaal Lord Kitchener down to unconscious defeat In n fair .Slay llu lu Command. fight. He is a veritable giant in stature iind marvclously speedy for his ImNr. Yoiik, June 10. A London dis mense size. Less than u year ago he patch says: Lord Kitchener is dally appenred iu New York a great awkthe war office, where the staff is y he Is the at ward, ungainly boy. planning for the contemplated opera lithe, active, alert, trained athlete. tions in the Transvaal.. It Is proposed to raise the Kritlsh effective force in MORE TROOPS ARE WANTED. South Africa from 9.000, the present nnmWr tr, !! MOO Ct tlti.u.t " linn li'tlt Ueu. Otli tends nn Urcent Ileiiirt for be llntiih troons and 10.000 will cer g llilrtjr Thousand Men llecrull-lutainly be drawn fiom India and lorwiiriL lioliiff In addition, Canada will probWasiiimjion, June 10. An urgent ably wnd a number of regiments. Enc.ind has virtually committed request for 30,000 more soldiers for immediate, service iu the Philippines licrscif to a policy in dealing with tho in addition to half that number 'jraufiasl which will not allow of GATTLING TURNED ON THEM. that are required for g.irrisou pur- bickduwn. Soma time ago the queen poses, was contained in a cable- - melted the petition of 31,000 Outland- I iuad of .Mountaineer ( aitie Dnn on the Mildler ami Deiiinded the Maker :m To-daAus-Mtrili- Davenport became alarmed and tried to bicak awny, when Ware began f catching in his pocket for his revolver; but Davenport was too quick and shot him three times, two shots taking effect in his heart and one in his right shoulder. Davenport has surrendered. Ware was carried to Davenport's home to await the action of the coroner's Jury. He leaves a widow and four children, all boys. Louisvn.l.K,Ky June 10. Fred and John M. Parker, who on a arc accused of securing forged check from the German Insurance bank, of this city, arc prisoacrt in the county jail hero charged with forgery. t The men wcro brought here Thursday night from Cincinnati. They wcro accompanied by Messrs. John Morris. . H. Frcedcnholnier's stepfather-anParker, father of the other prisoner. Young Parker is the most stu jborn man the detectives have had to deal with for some time. All he wou d say Xliursuay n ght about the ca!.c was that he threw his snare of the money In tho river. Chief Haagnr sayR the men bo prosecuted to the full extent of tin law. It is believed that had Parke; returned what he had, what thi i oyj spent would have been made goad, and there would have been no prosecution. The German Insurance bank bus retained Aaron Kohn, a prominent criminal lawyer, to prosecute tho eas. After the boys had been locked in cells Mr. Parker pleaded with his son to tell where the money wns, bu? with no success. Chief Hanger gives it as his opinion that the boy, bcliovi'jg hia father will make good tho amount and prevent proseutlon, has decided to keep quiet so as to have a stake pn hia release. Free-denhcimd JJ. l "11 4 f?l M "I l ;, e.-i- l 4 THE TAYLOR-LE- E FEUD. LouisTlt.t.R, Ky., June 10. Jol n M. The Members of the 1'artlons Have QJdithe young men who wcro arrestud in Their Work and Are Heavily Arm- - --' Cincinnati Thursday, and who havo Ing Theumelvet for a confessed that they swindled the Gorman Insurance bank of this city out 8. Late rePinkvii.lk, Ky., June ports Wednesday morning from Harlan of 55,000 on a forged cashier's cacclc Parker and Frederick Frecdcnheimcr, i 1 i Tim .Moll Itlipcraed. it BRIDE ACCIDENTALLY lllilr-xlii? SHOT. ear a Chnrl.trl Tarty The (room Wat lladly Mounded. i alone, Arrldnnt Ml Okla. H.Uiimuisvit.t.P, Ky., Juno IS. Three eompnnics of state militia, with Jim and Wiley linker in charge, arr.ved here at 10 o'clock Monday morning, after a hard march through mud and Wichita, Kan., June 12. While a party of young men were serenading tMraniliMr-- . KajcJUgglns, nor Vr, tonga, (win., Friday night, tho brldo nnd groom of two hours appeared on the front porch and ordered the to leave. The charivari party, composed or about 30 friends of the youug married people, refused to go. Instead, they continued to make deafening noises by beating on pans and firing guns. The first party. Harry Uaudatl, deliberately pointed his gun at the young couple and fired. The bride's faeo ami breast was filled with buckshot hho fell fatally Injured, shot through tin lungs and died an hour later. The groom was also shot In the face, but not fatally. After ths accident the charlvarlng party lied. No arrests have been made jreU A small brother of the bride was also wounded, but not seriously. scro-nado- rs two celebrateTbuildings The Lincoln Log t'aliln anil I'nela Tom's Cabin Mill Soon lie Transferred to Lincoln I'ark, Chirac". Chicaoo, Juno 13. The Lincoln log cabin, where President Lincoln spent his early days in Southern Illinois, and Uncle Tom's cabin, which It supposed to havo been the homo of tho original of Harriot lleecher Stowo's character novel of In tlio treat that name, w 111 soon be transferred to Lincoln park. Tho two relics which were part of the World's fair, and later havo been doing duty at tho Llbby prison, will bo turned over to tho Lincoln park board by tho Llbby Prison association, notlco of Auoh transfer having been given by Charles F. Gnnther, president of tho association. Tho transfer lt necessary, n Llbby prison is being demolished to make room for tho Coliseum building that will soon occupy the Llbby prison alto on Wabash avenue. nnti-slavor- rain from Manchester. The prisoners were immediately delivered to Jailer A few miles out of Man Doner. chester tho troopa were inut tby n4 party 'of mountaineers licnilcd by Iter White, who demanded of lite troops that they turn over the wagons that were hired In Manchester. The demand was refused nnd the Galling gun was turned on tho mountain eers and they soon dispersed. A wpiad was then ordered to scour the woods, frith orders that if enemies were found in ambush to shoot "like shooting at squirrels." A feeling of relief was experienced, md a mighty shout went up from the soldier when the Knox county lino A number of taker's was reached. friends and relatives accompanied the the feeling where troops here, Is very strong for linker. Many conflicting reports as to who killed linker arc in circulation. Jim linker, his son, said that he was positive as to who did the shooting; that a man in female attire was seen to run from the house of MicrllT White to the woods. Ho refuses to divulge the name of the suspected party. The llakers are very loud in their threats of vengeance. -1 WCZLZ VA I v Vi county say that the situation between from tho Citizens' national bank, were the Taylors ami Lees is growing grave, presented in' the city court Frylay and the members of the factions have morning. The cases were passed u.itll quit their crops and hcaily armed next Tuesday, ball being fixed at themselves. Eli Howard, a prominent S5.000, in default of which both itvzu , farmer, was seen here Wednesday remanded to jail. morning and stated that a red Hag had STABBED TO DEATH. been raised at tho head of Puckct's faction, and creek by members of one . O. Leake, Prominent Contractor that three black spots w ere placed on Uuthrle, Kills Homer cot t, Colored, meaning that three had to a th an I'.mplojo. die All arc heavily armed with Win- - I Elktox, Ky., June 12. Saturday cheaters, and a general outbreak is exiectcd at any moment. Good citizens, nleht at Guthrie, this county, li. G. 11 c I aiTdTiayiuffcloses'at TiomcT fcarln?) tpwn. taUbcTl and mci:mcr'nrmmMfmM!m that thev mifht irtt mixed uo In the f colored. 'The facts obtainable are that affair. tr Caiea of Smallpox. Ejii.nkxck. Ky., Juno 12. News has renched here thnt two new enses of n, JAMES JEFFRIES. gram received Thursday Otis, the full contents of which arc guarded with tho greatest secrecy. The government has paid prompt heed to the request by urging tho speedy enlistment of regulars at all recruiting stations. It is estimated that 15,000 men arc now needed for garrison purposes, and the number required increases with every town captured. Otis is also said to have again urged tho immediate recall of President Schurmau, of tho peace commission, whose treatment of Agulnaldo's emissaries has been extremely distasteful to tho commanding general. Sehui man will be allowed to resign on his return. Denby nud Worcester, tho other members of tho commission, will remain, as they ngrco with Otis In the necessity for unyielding methods. from Ocn. . ROBERT FITZSIMMONS. rotesting againsi ino unjusv uuu- dti a in which they lived under the Kv regime and begging for assistance The ffot tho homo government. ptti Ion, on careful examination, was font d genuine and the protests of Uut-licrs wore well taken. The colonial ofK - sent a reply, promising that Eng land would see that tho desires of tho petitioners were satisfied. Io the conference at lllocmfonteln Unfranchise was the chief subject of di'Cusslon because this was the subgrievance ject of the Outlanders' Kruger's proposals were insuuictcnt, iirl Alfred M liner saw that furthci parley was not increasing the dignity of his position and broke off the conference summarily. The Chronicle s responsible for tho statement that tho government on firm Thursday asked a how soon and on what terms it could ttioply 1.1100 military transport wagons. e.n i ai well-know- smallpox have broken out nt Ucthlc-heithis county. Mrs. Dave Claxon. sr., mother of the boy who was taken ill several days ago, and Mrs. Montgomery, who has been nursing the patients from the beginning, are the victims. I'roof of WhUky. Scott, who worked for Leakr, was hav ing a settlement and demanded more than L.nkc claimed to have owed him. The Negro said tho settlement must ba according to his figures or there would be trouble, and, picking up a rock, took hold of Leake. Leake had a pocket knife in his hand with which lie was picking his teeth, and as tho Negro took hold of him stabbed him just above the heart, causing death LoultTllle Tobacco Market. 11. The local leaf tobacco market Friday was lacking in animation, it being Friday, which is always dull. Nothing but the common and medium grades wero up. Prices in the main were good for hurleys but dark tobaccos wcro conRejected bids were, siderably off. therefore, more numerous thau they Prices ranged from Si for have been. trashes to S'J for the best leaf. Louisvii.lk, Ky., Juno 11. Internal Kevcnue Collector Sapp has received m circular relating to tho reduction of the proof of whisky or spirits. It states that the reduction must be made in the presence of a government guagcr, by the addition of pure water on the day of withdrawal, and in no case must the proof be lower than 90. Le-sha- ft, Louisville, Ky., June i ; Mi WAS KILLED FROM AMBUSH. A llamlirr of tlieTajlor 1'urtioii Lalil at a Sprlnc .Another Kentucky Kruil Kalallty. Low v MiDin.Ksiioito, Ky., Juno 13. A story soincii from Harlan county, whore the Taylor Lee factions are at war, telling that Tom Messer, one of tho Taylor faction, was shot down near his home. n Ills .Medat Wai Stolen. Cot.UJimrs, O., Ostium MitnmcrH, of the Mil army corps was robbed of a medal received during the Paris commune in 1&71, It Is charged, by u boll boy at the David-.so- n lie, too, was nn old soldier, and had The boy was ar-- erved at San Jimn. s Juno l'J. MoJ. Thov hotel. Tho youth assorted that rested Saturday afternoon, and tho mUslne; medal found In his trunk. Thief llcuton by n Woman. Vi.voes.nk8, I ml., June 12. Miss Lucy Kluck, while going homo alone, was met by a young man, who grabbed her pocketbeok, and started to run. She pursued him, eaugh. him, got her purse nnd then bent him. He begged for mercy Imforo she re' eased him. , Cim.MCOTiiK, O., Juno 12. upon convicted of criminal assault Miss Minnie Cottrcll. was sentenced to three years In the penitentiary, a motion for a new trial being ovtt ruled. IsaacCha-neyCt-il- nal AsialUnt Sentenced. There Is n threatened outbreak of the THE MUNICIPALj-RANCHISESold feud and there may be many deaths REMAINS BURIED AT SEA. In tho next at hours. It is said Mes Ihe Construction of Urban Trolley lloads, F.lcctrlc and Uas Dentine Systems ser went to the spring near his house of Lieutenant Commander on the Island of 1'orto ISIco. to get water and without warning a Kellosc, V. S. N on Hoard volley of shots wero fired from the j the Strainer Aucmta Victoria, Washington. June 10. The war debushes. partment Is considering the advisaKr.w YoitK, June 10. Tho steamer There seemed to bo several In tho bility of judiciously distributing some crowd who fired upon him, nnd they municipal franchises in Porto Rico Augusta Victoria, which arrived hero could be heard riding away ns Messer for tho construction of urban trolley Friday night from Hamburg, SouthIny dying. Messer's wife Is nearly roads, electric and gas lighting sys- ampton and Cherbourg, reported overcome from sorrow at tho sudden tems and other public- works. The the death at sea of Lieutenant and violent death of her husband. This broader franchises for steam rail- Commander Walnwrlght Kellogg, U. on Is tho second killing within n fortroads and telegraphs will not be S. N., who was n passenger night. Mor. trouble Is sure to follow. allotted yet. The war department, tho vessel. Lieutenant Commander should this decision be con tinned, will Kellogg embarked on the Victoria at frank fort's hpanlih dun. Hamburg, having been at Carlsbad for I'ltANKKOiiT, Ky., Juno 13. Frankfort bo guided largely by the feeling of medical several weeks undergoing Is to have one of the Spanish cannons committees affected. Contrary to genHo was 111 when ho cam treatment. captured nt Snntlngo, and It will bo eral belief tho Foraker resolution on board, and on the evening of Juno placed iu tho stnto house yard in the forbidding the allotment of franchises S ' died of heart disease. Ho was buried prasi plot between tho two front applies only to Cuba and uot to Porto at sea. ltlco. fates. Attorney Wile Dead. To Tender Their Service. Ilalltvsjr Irnrks Wmlircl Out. CiucAfio, Juno 10. Col. Hartigan. of Chicaoo. Juno 10. David J. Wile, 13. Tho tracks of Chicaoo. June telegraphed Got. tho Chicago & Northwestern railway the attorney who was shot a few weeks the 7th regiment,, ago by Mabel Hurkc, who shot and Tanner Friday requesting him to iro reported washed out between r.eroy, Wis., and Rochester, Minn, killed herself at tho same time, died tender its services to President Thursday night of blood poisoning. to reinforce tho troops In the The ticket agent horo Monday night not to sell Wile was about 4'i years old and was Philippines. tvns under instructions prominent in his profession. ilekots north of Leroy. Cuban rorcen Arretted. The AUffnKtlu Daly funeral. Havana, June 10. Tho payment of Mraiuo riatclier Sunk In North Hirer Nkw Yoiik, Juno 10. Tho funeral the Cuban troops continues In a e Nr.w Youk. June 13. Tho steamer of tho late Augustlu Daly will bo held manner. At Jarueo several IVllilnm Fletcher was run down and from St. Patricks cathedral in the men forged the names of soldiers and ainmed by the big Cunurdcr Campania, week following the arrival of the body received money. They were soon dl in tho North river, and sunk. Tho here from Paris. covered, however, and arrcbtti :rew of sevcu wero saved. Ilh Vln-.Vlt- Henry Lethatt Acquitted. Lovibvili.k, Ky., June 11. Henry a stock trader of this city, who Crazed by a Iluimway. was charged with killing his partner, FLF.MiNusiicno, Ky., June 10. A. S. Win. Gay, by stabbing him to ueatn wun who wa thrown from his a barlow knife June 124, 1S9S, in a quar- Thompson, dragged a considerover tho settlement of accounts, horse recently" and rel able distance by the stirrup; was sent Elizabeth-towas Friday acquitted at ' to the Lexington asylum Thursday. n. He has recovered from his bodily InA Notable Celebration. juries, but his mind is a blank. Lr.:iAo,Ky., June 10. -- The diamond Abe Lee Shot From Ambuih. jubilee of Sister Genevieve Mattlngly Minni.E8r.oito, Ky., June 10. Abe Leo was celebrated here Thursday. She has worn the veil for 75 years, and is a member of tho Leo faction of the feud, which raged in Har-le- n the only surviving member of the county, ten yars ago, was killed by tho found'er, society received Father Ncrincks. Mgr. Martlnclli, the from ambush. It is thought the Taylors did tho deed and the Leo faction, papal legate, assisted. The old feud will be reare arming. w Lo-rct- to Lee-Taylor hlld Devoured by 1 oca vived. Mayfh:i.p, Ky., June 13. A A Soldier' Hrlde. Negro girl on the farm of Camiton, Ky., Juno 12. At the resideJames Morris, near this city, was Clay When found both dence of tho bride's father. voured by a hog. Oliver, lato of tho 4th Kentucky, and legs, both arms and a portion of the Miss Llzzlo Lykins wore married. head were eaten. The child was feedMiss Lykins is tho charming daughte, ing the hogs when attacked. of Hon. J. C Lykins. The Troopi teae for llarbounvllle. Contlcnmeiit of Yearling. Manciiestkk, Ky., June 12. Col. WilLkxixoto.n, Ky., Juno 12. A special troops left for Harbours-vllle- . liams nnd his having In custody Al, Dee, Wiley train, carrying 140 thoroughbred Dixon, Hinand Jim Hakcr, who will be jailed at yearlings by Hanover, Sir The body of Tom linker doo, Fonso and other noted lllue Grass ikirboursvlllc. They taken to tho old family burying sires, has left for New York. , Creek for interment. will be soul this week-ground at Crano ( 1 two-year-o- ld Me-Klnl- Deaf Mutet Marry. Danville, Ky., June 10. John Samuel Smith, of Pnris, and Miss Anna M. llradlcy, of the Kentucky school for tho deaf, both deaf mutes, were married at that Institution at noon Thursday. . Held for Court. Elkton, Ky., June 10. Mack Sand-for- ment for S2,o00 damages in favor ot Mlllard Sewonls, of this county, for loss of the use of his right hand, was afllrmcd Thursday by the court of appeals against the L. it N. llallroad, Co. (Jet! Judciueut for S",AOO. FuASuroisT, Ky., June 10. A judg- d, Found Dead In lied. y, Mis-facto- ry Louisville, Ky., Juno 8. H, It. nth-awacharged with shooting with ina coal capitalist, and one of tna Jenkins, a white tent to kll Tom was trfed before County Judge roost prominent citizens of t'wenv farmer, Duffy Thursday, and held in a bond of boro, Ky., was found dead in bed at the Wllla U hotel hero Wcdn:tdayv., IJ50 for the circuit court. 'Y t 1 H,i. WMMI WUHIIIl immmmmm v-- - a.-- - LOCAL NEWS. v A BLOODY MONDAri WKY1.EKISM IX WASMINUTQN. Going to Build i J u I ; 17' ' l Louisvii.i.r. ICv. .Inn,, n Vm tin "Bloody Monday or the Civil wu ' n !' Muneso was in the this citV witllCSSPfl KlliOl nliwHmi ... as these of at the nomolr'i' We call furnish you with everyOld papers for salo at this olllco at primary to nominate senators, ropts ' thing needed to build with 15 cents per hundred. . . . at . . . IMC. mi i , jii.ii-..-.- , Shaw's S1.50, '.'.00 and $iM Under the instruction of the cityM ministration, policemen, ilremcti ' Shoeb ean't be beat. PRICES, YERY LOWEST city hall workers captured iiiuUJt -- Mis. H. W. Hubbard has returned charge of tho polls and drovo out from u visit to Memphis general oiecuou omcers. f, Doens of llirlits nml limulriaU f excursion Is expected A colored Rough Lumber, small riots Have occurred. PiMolr.!. Gain), Sunday. down from Dressed Lumler, clulH and hatchets were freely ,v. Doors and Windows, Mrs. Sam Luton and children were Many negroes, uud large numb r-4 Sash and Blinds, visiting in Fulton last week. Chicago heelers were allowed to S Shiugles, Nails, It is now lawful to kill squinols several peopio nave tieen liijurci Builders Hardware, i At nooi and our hunters are having lino tlort. many were arm-tePaints and Oils, Democratic committee called th Lime, Cement and Plaster. Judge Brown, of Hopkiiisville, is mury off. no longer a candidate for Lieut. GovLet us fliruro with you. i CUBA STII.I. TIlOl'llliKSOy ernor. i L. goto the If vou sue in trouble don't &W. A Havana llNplltull tO UH'Ii man who lias none; he will only give . i i you advice. iieroiu relates unit t m iotk tr Solid Silver Spoons ).7o to $IUK) tions in Cuba tire not encour. &3T ; per M!t, at SohlenVer s Jewelry Store It cites na an example the sti t f Time Table. Prather B. Curlin has accepted a a flairs at Muriel a town of house of nosition with the Inhabitants. "At tho olosp "t M. B. Shaw. N., 0. & St. L. R. K. was war," nays the dispatch, "h AKtllVKS: LIAVKS: Col. Tom Hnllock, of Clinton, nogToes tooK n school builtlii fr Train No. M at 9.30 p. in. Train No. S'i, 7 lft m, in Hickman, Monday, lookiug into lem Nu. 1, 2.10 Train No. 3, at 2.05 p. in. Train gal business. their quarters. Hltrht of them rioumov, of Fulton, accom- ed a grocory next door Ijm J. C. THE. RAILROADS AND T1IK PUBLIC panied Hon. P. Wat. Hardin to Hick- nlcht. They tired nt the prlpre man, Saturday. lor and took his safe, con bin i WELFARE. Remember the Democratic County $5,000. into tho street, aiidltr'd for two hours to shoot it Vft For many years the rollroad sys Convention at the court house at - o'clock. with rilles. Finally they ci rrtd terns of the country hnvo been There Ls no such tiling as an old it away on a truck. Other ho tiffs flnari-cls- l goiag through the stage of newspaper; the oldest one in print left tho town on Saturday i d reorganization na a penolly contains something you luivo not read. probably joined tho band ir'ie W No work ts Special attention to Hardware mountains. eg for tbe reckless and Improper done on plantations. Thus ibo GOs and 70a. Tho sholf goods at Shaw's. methods of tbe 't-tlMr. Olarenco Reynolds, the clear tendency of the times la to of Capt. J. C. Reynolds, proprietor son Htnrted work havo had the r of stolen." knit together jet more closely the the Palace Hotel, union city, was For negroes to commit mcIi lliw'ii A: KvitwiI imiiniiiiri. tlmt tluw ' whole teztnro of the country's married last week, to Miss Adell Eier- - depredations in Otibu Is all rifbt to C. A. Hoi- All person am in the uinrkei to buy wheat, and W)U. railroad system. It is not at all --i but should they do it iu the oi'h, ! K- will pay the highest market price, iu eomlsjn notltled that they imit come Yellow fover continues to creato a it wonld bo pictured by the ! urtli- forward nml settle. Delays ar dan- Impossible so swift is tbe move aiiyittinntity, kiiiiiII or large lots Cmz, Mex. genius. Verbum Sapieutl IIokv A: K Kitsoi. or industrial and panic at Vera past week has The mortal- em presj as a fabrication, t r tknt ' ment nowadays been more the KVr.HY'l'IIIM) I financial combination that all the ity for per cent. they wero Incited to It by tl Brot- than tit) railroad systems of tho country he Nice and Clean, Mr. N. K. Moore, an old citien of Otis whites. Hut this h ii might, in the not very distant Union City, more recently of Fulton, question just now. The coi ddiiiti be amalgamated into one died last week, and was buried at Un- of nffairn In Cuba does no FfcMII Fresh and Cold I great corporate whole. Nor Is it ion City, Saturday. to bo much on tho mend' I is to be taken for granted without Willie Judge, who recently return- easily understood Hint it wntpiao oarbfal thought and study that ed from Cuba, as a soldier in the lato essarily bo a long time Ifbro such a consummation would be war, Ls now employed with the U. S. peace ana order rule ouctitwro ' - 3V-.- v deplorable. Tbe legislative pow- dredge licet at Memphis. in that unlinpn.v island, toriilbnin er to regulate railroad rates has AM. rt.v volts. Tho will ot thu lato Allen W. Car- internecine war of buoIi llixdy beoome established in practice ter, chief owner of Island 8, this coun- and bitter dimensions, yef Heir COCO-COLA- , and is firmly upheld by tbe decis- ty, was probated Monday. Ho bequeath- restoration is slow. ions of the conrts; and the State ed tho property to his wife. FKUITNKCTAU, also possesses tbe power of taxTho rains this week sadly interferTHE l'ltlK KIX(J IN AM Kit 111 I'HOSIMIATKS, ation. It is not eaBj to see. there- ed with wheat cutting, nud was very , IOKS. fore, bow the community can be lninrions. In this section thero will Commercl&U LonisvUlo (n .tUaatr of leilna ilk Huerltea jipt 1mj halt nn avurnjto ylultl ed.4 lrlrotBhlV.n-.li- , . - t Tin- - nnairmiui nr tun street coin . . . iBroncD ine iurxner redaction on nml LI3.MONADK. of tbe conn- - mitteo has advertised for bids to fill the states haB ovldentir cunio 0 stay. tbe railroad big holo on Carroll tho try to a complete and unified sys Wagon factory. See street, obovo Con- Not so very lonpf aco th1 eal ALL A8 tem under one harmonious con- tractors" in this issue. "Notice to sluggers of tho country I ho COLO AS ICE CAN MAKE THEM. trol. Nor would it seem to mat chumpioiiBliip chaps who rnVo Mrs. A. O. Lowis, tho talented editer very much whether this issue at COST, because ho desires to clone out all goods in this line. tor Euterprino, was mar- ono another with the enetgy (if came about through tbe legaliza- riedof tho DresdenW. A PltKNl! HUI'PI.Y OF tion of pooling contracts or thro' den, to Mr. Fred ThePreston, of Dres- pile drivers and who jeopardize a last week. Courier extends railtbe aotual consolidation of banian life at every blow, wt'te hearty congratulations. antroad properties. This will seem a Charleston Enterprise: A new compelled to snonk ofi'to tie bard saying to many readers holdplucoB on Atnerieai by tho naiiio of Doo Return ing the old views. has been established in this county. Tho soil in order to prosecute tliuii Tbe thing to be deBired is tbe ofllco will bo located opposito Hickman, battles for fistic eupreiniicyjlnd elimination from tbe railroad bus- Ky., and John H. Henderson will bo to prosorvo tho utmost tectdcy i tiii: ki.m-.h- t '..MV .n.nK) Dostmaster. Sunday. Esquire J. city Tuesday. v This Spring? to town. Lock Brevard camodowu from Qneenswaro at Shaw's, The farmers aro too busy to come Kul-to- u Kiotous Scgiios Occur in Louis pupuliir ville. to-da- y ..-- miK-riiiun- , gjT J d, P. S.Ellison i Railroad !(-- well-know- n ) I .) il o It will not loud to lePNcn the tUHHiUisfiiutlou with exist-iiihave their clothing made to measure and otinilltions In the Philippines should know that we have the sole agency to know that Hie contents of '.leu in this city for the matchless productions of eral Olis's Into (lispnteliiH are li iug withheld from the luiblic nt L. QATZERT & CO., Chicago, the siiine liiuu cullstuieutN fur ri v t! ail JK ciiforooiiienirt for Otis are helni: tfflk engaged exclusively for more than iiisIimiI ulih exceptional vigor. These fuels would indicate Unit Thirty Years in Fine Tailoring. isKMuJliflf the situation Iu the Philippines is anything but reassuring. It Is We cordially invite our friends and the known that (lener.il Otixhas been ordered to ptoseculi' a most ti tr general public to favor us with a call and gresshu eiiinpaijjii agiiltiHt Agul iTv&fcri SaVwrVa immense line of "Kcw uuldii'ri forces. Thero Is no save that of unwillingness to 3aVV axvt "Dtvcit SamUs from which we are undergo ctiticisin, ivh, the admin prepared to make to order istratlon hliould suppress the news of Otis's movements. The people will not patiently submit to this Handsome course in the present uilsls. and It is known that ii su em military censorship of press dispatch es already exists in the Philip'SVi T?ossiVe pines. This censorship is ilesetib-ea correspondent at the front Ve Guarantee Absolutely to Fit and Please You In Every Respect. l3 as liciui: more rigid than that maintained by tho Spanish GenerHickman, Ky. al Wrjler In Culm. If, In addition, H. C. A1HBERG, Agent n censorship Is also to bo established in Washington, resulting in the suppression of olliclal reports, SCNATOlt II ANNA tltlliies em- Tin: Mammoth cuvo of Kenthere is good cause for popular pliati'-allthe ktory sent out from tucky, which litis liehl the recorti protest. The people of tho United States Washington by iciiittinnal heretofore as thu world's greatest are not yet ready for militarism of corresM)ii,lents that lie will resign cavu must hereafter, it is believed, this highhanded character. They as Chairman of the Republican givn precedence to n cave iu New Iiiim a right to know tho truth of National Committee. lie goes to how things are going in the Phil Hurope for bis health this summer, Zealand, discovered tin April 27 by ipplne. Tho administration is but expects next year to squirm a Horace Johuitono near Waikalo, taking dcHpcrnto chances it; relargo compaigu fund from tbe trusts 12 miles from the oily of Wellingsorting to these luetics. It might be well to hesitate and do soino combines and promoters ot the ton. Johnstone explored the cuvo for miles but found no cud. sane thinking before permanently ship subsidy .steal. adopting such a courso of notion. ('oiue Forunril ! St. Louis Republic When I Waiiti'ti. ,' Particular People. J. ,? rea-so- Elegant Suits. oxes Stylish Pantaloons Overcoats d Tvccs y imh-bte- 1 fa-tar- e, Seda Water, ouusukdVuuits At Cost ! Wi.vl" BONDURANT. WILL SBLL 1 . jj, net-wor- k dies, Bridles, Etc., - ixwt-ofllc- o anti-monopol- y Lozunay's Chocolates, Every Week IR,. T. TYLER, ESTATE i it H i; iness of all speculative elements, so that after expenses of operation and maintenance are paid, and tbe managers and employes receive fair salaries and wages, there should remain just enough profits to pay intercut and dividends upon an honest capitalization. This process seems to be working out through natural business laws. When it is pretty well completed it will be soon enough, in tbe United States, to consider whether or not tho State ownership of railroads is desirable; and when that time comes it mny perhaps make no very groat difference whether the Government of tbe country manages the railroads directly or whether it loaves thorn to be managed by a privute monopoly subject to public control, regulation and taxation. Ameri can Monthly Review of Reviews for June. A largo lot of Ladies Shoes and Ladies Slippers that must bo sold regardless of cost. I havo too many uud want to reduco my stock in that liuo. H. U. A.MHEIU1. A delightful social entertainment was given at tho residence of Mr. uud Mrs. Dick Scearco, near Cayce, Thursday night of last week, in honor of Mishcs Blanche Oaso and Rosa Watson, gJW until tho very moment when ibjidr chosen Southern Dr. J.' Baptist Theological Seminary to succeed Dr. V. II. Wbitsltt as President of that institution, has informed tbe trustees that he can not accept the place. written a letter to New York Independent on "The United States Navy," in which he says that our navy should be twice the present size. He favors more ships of the armored cruiser class rather than slow battleships. Tbe army, be thinks is large enough, bb but one power Great Britain could hope to attack us successfully on land. of Iowa, it appears has the drop on the Speakership of the next P. Greene, who whs by tbe trustees of tho Bear admiral Sampson has Representative Henderson, V b j a House, the other candidates withdrawing in bis favor and one Stute delegation after another declaring for him. He is a Republican of tbe rantankerous type, with all of Reed's venom and a small part of bis ability. The Democrats cannot be worsted, however by a change In Speakers, and Payne, Sherman, Hopkins and Henderson, are all one to them, of this city. It would bo a pretty good idea for tho intelligent voter to pay little or uo attention to nny of tho rumors or charges that will bo circulated on nny of the candidates for governor during tho closing days of tho campaign. MadLson-villHustler. Mr. Fred Farley, ag't of Cotton Belt Railroad at Pino Bluff, Ark., was in the city this week, having brought the of tho littlo daughter of .Mrs. Mac Strom: hero to bo interred by tho side of its father in tho city cemetery. Mr. Farloy is u brother of Mrs. Strong. JHfllcult Work Especially .Solicited. Our new joweler, Chas. Beavis, is to givo perfect satisfaction in all repair work entrusted to him. Eyes tested free. Wilson's Book & .Tkwkluy Stoiik During tho present season tho Cot ton Mills in tho South have consumed l.OJJl.iy-.- ' bales, an increase of nearly 10,000 over last season, and yet while tho mills and tho consumption liava increased, tho dividends havo also increased liberally. Think of a mill for Hickmau. Fulton Leader: Row Jim Conner, an old colored preacher 00 yours of ago, was found dead in tho rouil between hero and McConnell. An inquest was hold by Esq. Cathey, and tho verdict was that tho deceased camo to his death of old ago. Ho was known by nearly every one in this section. It looks as if tho day was fast when wo cuu cook our food at our own tables ; whon all wo shall havo to do is to attach a wire to tho olectrio fixtures overhead, and on a neat slab, heated by electricity, cook eggs, steaks, and cakes exactly to suit your own tastes, to say nothing of tho enjoyment of having everything fresli uud stcumiug hot. Females will bo obliged to ''fess up" during tho taking of tho coining Thu new law hays that 12th census. women who rofuso to tell theic ago or indulge in iuaccuruto statements thereof, shall, ou conviction, bo fined 100, as shall all other persons refusing to reply to questions or making falso stateought to bo ments. Tho consns-tukesworn to becrecy. e pro-pare- d Tho Bitnation is radically difier-en- t now. mill Tho which took place on Faidnr night was held within the limits of the most populous city of the I ulted States. It had been agreed bo forebnnd between tho promote of the tight and tho municipal officials that thero was to be no interference with tho contest, not oven barring tho immediate prospect of murder, and no hindrance waa expected at the minds ot (lie governor of New York, for two provious prize ring events had beon pulled offiu New York city without eliciting from him a sin glo'word in protest. The a flair had the sanction and approval of the populace, too, for tho llowor of the Now York citi zenship was present at the ringside to applaud the thugs who wore to contest for supremacy within the ropeti arena. No Now York newHpnpor of prominence had u word to Bay by way of discour agement of the mill, though all of tuoHo puuiicationa were iclous enough iu too detraction of the whoio south when tho GorbettSullivaii fight was permitted in the State ot Louisiana a few years ago. Throughout the whole coun try the interest and approval of tho general public have been manltosted by the avidity with which tho nowspapers containing accounts of tho Fitzaiiniiioiis-JotV-riebattle wero sought after. JoffrieB-Fitzaimtnoni - brutal contests wero to heiu. Received 1 ftdExxX Mill,ll I 1 AND INSURANCE AGENT. 111111,111 Special attention given to tho Belling of Keal Kstnto of nil kinds; nud represent u full lino of tho boHt and most reliable Kiro Insurance Companies tloing business in the Stato, and that 'Old Kollablo" MUTUAL MtiNHKIT LIFK INSUKANOH t'JO., that has already paid out Inrgoly over 100,000 Life Insurance in Hickman and vicinity, and in issuing the cheapest nud bent policy of any regular Life Insurance Company doing business In thin country, Ho solicits your patronage. Call and see him. nitucn ONE HALF iHTh. OUR LIFE ck 3sr HELM3 Kentucky, Hickman, Sole Agent for Vulcan Chilled Plows, unci KjxMit iu lied. The should be co.y, cheerful ami full of comfort suggestive of rejMjso and sweet dreams. is Dealer in Disc Harrows, Disc Cultivators, One Horse Cultivators, One Horse Harrows, Buckeye Binders and Mowers, Hay Rakes. Porks, &c fir Call and look ForbAo.UU wo sell a at my Implements before buying. v tM - '.CHAMBER SET s Sandy bo mounted next September, is fiO feet long and fires a shot with the ramming force of a battleship going fourtoen miles on hour, it is the most powerful gun yet couatriiuted. 2100-pouiid Uook'h big gtm, to which is a perfect beauty. The wood is very nicely finished, and each piece is well put together strong and firm. You may have an otler like this again, but wo doubt it not from us at any rate. Ho- iiioiiiImt our suits riiugo from $1.1 upward. 'in M'i nai in? r. i yjktg uttugev, The Best in the World l j, (i H m maIVim I w 1ft XJ, Bi fll M- ! You 4'utiuot iTI'itkc n miNliiko Stephens & Smith. la Buying One of tliese Ranges! One of Kb Strongest Polntn Is Its r The First Disttiot will have four candidutos Tor State odious before tho State Convention. They aro Stone, of Lyon county, for Governor; Coulter, of Graves, for Auditor; Kolloy. of Triirtr. for lit. Governor, and McOhesney, of Livingston, for Superintendent of mono instruction. :g ra. w. m7br1ghtT PHYSICIAN. Sfe. Jlolcombu Huilding, Ofllco over Wilson's Hook Store, ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL! Hakes Biscuits in 4 MinutoH Buying a "Mujeatic" moans a life-tim- e Light Bread In 40 Mliiutoe. of Kconomical Oookin? Cull nml Kxaiiilne Thoin. You'll Huy no Oilier. HIOKMAN, KENTUCKY UJLify . z::SSIrSIS!SSXSlSSl THE HICKMAN COURIER, rt' nOiVlTl'AVS JerseymHii JKUMJY. --- ' tmHY&Stev 31 B- i A f DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES. Council ProcutMliuKN. (IrorKO Wnrreii. HICKMAN, KY., FRIDAY, : : ; .1UN1-; H), IM)!). Local and Personal. NOW COIIICH Wlu'ii weary mortal hero Look upward In dismay and kiii-hHow IiIkIi t li imtt'tiry will pi. s tilt- - hCIIMlll of tlintn-HM- , HhcMMHt SHAW'S. dllCllll. Read Iho Council Dob Ixliir U visitum in i 1. Hertwick rut timed from Ful. ton Sunday. Hownnl Oilom, or Union Oily, wiw in I lie city Humliiy. Mim Lydiu Cn.ddcr U viiiting liur nUlvr lit Metrojolli, 111. Mrn. F. E. Oiiho Inn returned from a vihit to relative in St. IhiIm. StaT WutolicH anil OlnoVn at reduced rk-at S"lilnii1inr'rt Jewelry Storo. A protracted meeting will Ik'kIii at tlm ll.itit eliuruh Sunday, Wth lnt. -- V. II i Wild Dill) KvniiH, of Jack, win 'ittiin , was In town Tuesday. MM Amelia SelmnUaii. of Martin, vnjled Mix Kate Handle tin week. X Mcr LohIIo and Harold Fortune, ' of MemililN, are xlidtiiitf J. K. Fuiuu. (' your eycw tested nt the. Old Hultaldo freo, onJoliiHon'sOptliuliuuter An-l-- ') who In vented The Hickman, Kv., Jane fiih, 180!). churter law or his State TIiIh being the rcgulur ineciln; day of tin; the Council, ihere were frnenl Council-me- n Choose. a monument more emlur ICIIUon, DavIh nnd Tlioiupion wnrble, for his plun ror , There on mo- ing than Tlio candidates for the various places tion of lieliiK no quorum Councilman Klllion ilia Council nutting money in the State's ex to bo filled, ho far as known to us, aro tdjotirncJ to Wedneitloy, 7lh IiihI., 8 p, ra. m. i cheque1" m almost uh good as a as follows t W. L McCutciibn, U. 0. tttMl, . ...,..!....:.... ,r, For Uovernor I W Hardin, ot iniggei',"""""B ivmuuiKe mine W. J. Stone, of Kuttuwa; Hickman, Kr, June 7th, 1800. Is to tbelinngn gold seeker. Win. (Joebel. of ovinutoii. Council met puraiinni In Adjournment. Tho fl7' schedule of corpora I.iuut. Uovernor-Hi-ll Thomas, of New Prevent, Mayor Dillon, Counei linen Kill-o- n, Castlu; Tom Hays, of Louisville; 0. W. tions upon which the nuuiisl fran-uIiIr- u CowkiII, lloelm, Uuflu, Wern nnd DiKikham, of lianlstowu. lliornpoii. tsxfor 1891) has been levied Trtsisurur - It. O. Fortl, of I'iiinville j The minium af (he lft regular moeting, hue jostlioen filed with the State (ins. ltichardhou, of (J union; J, H. Ha-ga- r, My lal; a called meeting of My lGtli, Comptroller. The list Includes of Ashland. nm! of I lie meetlni; June filli, were read, Auilltor-O- us. 2885 comimtiloB nnd the tax ug Coulter, of Mayiield; npprotcd nud hIbiikI. .1. W. Chenanlt. of lllclimond: Or. The foilowliiK nccounln were prenenlcd, gregtcs'J0l,277.81. About 3,000 1'hilllps, of .unncliestor; it. M. i oilier, frofn;ily approved, which, on motion, were oompBtile8 are ret to be asHessed. of yiithiaua ; .lames Uale, of Owoutoii. nlloived, and checks ordered lsiue-for but an moat of the largo ones are Attorney (ieueral - It .1. Urec'ken. the itinoiinlt: included in the first schedule, the ridge, tif Danville; W. 0. Fleming, of Cumbl'il Telephone Co., liOtiisville; J. II. Smith, of l'aris; J. A. L. P, lllllson, expense ineiMRcs, $ 2.E5 nBseflBin'"1 of the latter will, it in for eelf and Scott, of Frankfort. estimatfil. yield only half million 10.21 J. W Cowjill Sucratary of State (Jrceii Ktdlar, of W L. .McCutchvn, to Cairo, dollarH. Thus the assessment will expense for self Carlisle. ii ml Geo. Wiirren, lo Memphis, 10 05 uirooiitlo a grand totul of about Supt of IMibliu Iiistniclion dipt. J. W. L. MrCalcheu, street pay roll $1 4O,O0O, but as some of tliv?oin. T. Oatnes, of Cros(oiit Hill; H. 0. for 3160 panioTi W not nay their of Siuithlaiid ; M. A. Cas.sidy, W. L. May, annual McCmohen, publ for repaint- of LexiiiMioii.aud Mi-.- s Sits-tuof tax tlie receipts may be reduced lug Oily 1111 cenery, 30.00 fiouicthing like a million dol('. K 16 76 to hauling on streets, I'timmUsiouur of Agrlcutiuro Cajit. Torn lloelm,Oily po- Dillon, lars. Marshal, extra Fruzeo, of Maysville; Ion D. Nail, of lieu for May 22.1, 8.60 But tlil" is not all. In addition, Louisville .60 Mla Hose Dobo, aewlng canvaie, Slnte will receive three quarJ. Wilson, alltnding danger llglils, 3.00 the of a million as filing fees 11 ts r loaves Kntad for HAo. for A. O. Carulhers, cleaning Know uff al loaviM Hreml UKilAfL oompjBiiteH Incorporated this 3 ear 1 60 City Hall roof in Feb. I'Atnmi.u homo Industry ami hiivo from The Hnpt nf Water and Light present, and Jfflilch will not be assessed to 8(H on th dollar, at the Now Uity ed iho following ax bit report for mouth for taxntift) until next year. Hakory. May TO'Morrow Democrats Will prt-ienl- Gorman, of Maryland has given out an interesting interview in which he expresses the opinion that not free silver but trusts and niilitnrysm will be the issues upon which the Demooritic party will go to battle next year, i he monopolies, ho feuys, must be grappled with, ami the pcoplo made acquainted with the danger that imperialism and a large standing army means. Kx-Sknat- American Institute of Homeopathy. Atlantic City, N. J Juno 2 Uh, 18!)9. For tho alxivo oc.ca.slou all coujkmi ticket agents of tho .Mobile & Ohio Itailroad will Hell tickets to Atlantic City, N. J., and return at rato of Onoand Fnro 011 the ccrtltlcato plan. 19-Ono-Thlr- d CUSTOM .1 , Hoen & Evcrsol, having bought tho Hickman Roller Mills' announce to tho farmers that thoy specially solicit, their trade, and will do everything to merit their patrouago. Givo ns a chanco to prove this. Horn & Evkiisol - - Tlt.iDi;. J1 Mi 1 M TOO MANY Over ! A I lieu-ditnoi- i. tt LoaiM,,, S3.80, i m i3i FOR THE XEXT 10 DAYS on our HARGAIN COUNTERS we will sell LADIES $l.r,() OXF(JRI)S and SLIPPERS SLRRERS! '.00 and Union lllbli- - .Heeling. Tlio annual union meeting of the Fnlton County auxiliary Dibln SK'ietv will bo held at the MetlKMllst Church Sunday night 8 o'clock. UvcrylHKly in the town are iiiuiiiIhts of this sooiety and invitutl to Iki present. J. i; Ft'wl'A, Secy. of Dal In tW W. treaiury, May lit, Ain't collected during May, Total, I)y niii'l paid tlioflnct in town. ICy., out In May, Mr. Frank Chock, or MnruniiliHd, Im vWtiiiKlilH brother, . I. U UhiKik. 1. Hal. In treasury June lit, These franchise tuxes are not 3171.61 assPBAfd upon the authorized cap'JC0. 10 ital Block, hut upon the capital Block: HBued. The aggregate 11)7 01 stock of the corpora'MAi tions ineltiled in tho first sohed-uloi- l $11)0.1!) For 98c. tood, Reliablo Goods. Xo plugs. They aro ami every pair worth their former price. Custom-Mado- , WE HAVE OTHERS, hero. You can't make a mistake in buying Karen ell Token. CO 70 ain't ree'd of City Clerk, A very pleasant social gathering was held at Trinity p.irsouuco last evening leVCO. 101.05 by the young Indies of Mrs. Suuford'H liy check paid In .May, t.70 Tlio Fulton jioiMtrx mv Hon. Jo. Sunday class, as a farewell visit lll.icklmrii will xiHuik at Fulton on Ju- to Miss Hello Vreoland. who is alsmt t $121.36 ly Ifli. n'turii toiler homo in Kentucky. After No change lo the other accounts since IflL. Hltijr up M wIipii you want the repast a iH'aiitiful Mlver spoon was last report. the W. C. Jolt.ssoK, C. T. fnli Roll, llreiul, FruitH, Xu in and pnwfiitcd to MiftSthe class, as by token of a in ltchalf of Caudle. On motion, the Waier Workt Committee Auburn (N. Y ,) Adremembrance. and ihe Supt. of Waier anil Light plant It wont lni Ioiik until the mellow vert leer. are directed to pxnmlnu the pipe running hum of tho wheat Uirwdier will Im through he funnel an uncertain, heard ill tlio flchU W. G. WlVTKit, druggist. Clinton, Ky., tittle, at the present nage of the If po. river, MU Lucy Hoxwell to on a vLdt to says ho has sold Flautation Chill Cr.rc whsre disconnected, Dylialia, MUk., lint will nitiirn nhout for iiiaiiy ytsirs, and nmoiig the many and to the pipe hat become reconnected as have same chill tonics he tluds the Plantation the erly ae josulbte. properly tlio middle of August. mint reliable ho sells, its it actstlitTercnt On motion, Il Is the earnest request of Mr. Sid. DiMldri.orOlarkxlnlu, Ml., tonics, which only from the Council headn of lamlllee, reached Hickuiaii Sunday, to vihit rela- stoj chillsoulnino for a short time. It lemoves the all oilier that the sea e and ptnons, that the tives and home jh.oji1o. Hit oiiumi. and tlio euro Is of their families be vaccinated withThe iceman U m linppy tlnwti diivn out delay, as audi precaution may exempt that he Involuntarily dixw u A SOCIAL KVK.NT. the city from the scourge of small pox. in delivering Id kiknIn. On motion, the tiupt. of Water and tnDTHup'n Hron' IKI" Knlve and Wetluiwlay night, June 7th a Light it directed to order for the ui of Uu Fur kn tI.Sft ler tct at SdilenVer' Jaw-dr- very jolly assembly of young folks gath- the city one car load of Cedar poles of the required length forcleclrto ltji.ll. Storo. ered themselves together at the pleasOn motion, no poles for aleclrio Uuhl, to throw MiiiHjtlitiiK at, ant country homo of hlim MumxU) telegraph or telephone purposes, shall U w'inmWMityMftniw,iloKnrMwi'l)iii'i OflSt of town.' nud enjoyed a pill tip en lha atrsats of lha ally cxeepl throw mud or hriok b.itn. (iiturtaliiiuent in honor tif her they be straight, and passed upon by the Mrn- H V. Alexander. of Ft. Worth, Chairman of the Mreet Committee Miivs Mnln-- Reeves. The com Complaint having been made that the Ttpum, will rearh Hickman to day for a cousin, pany enjoyed themselves for awhile in service rendered lo subscribers by the HiHiinmrV ilt to converse while the hours pased Telephone Co, Is not such as la expected L I' Head, a former tyKi on tlio subscribers, or such as required by with by force, is now employed on the uncounted by though gariiislud 'J ..'50 the ibe Courier franchise granted Hie Telephone Co , lauuhter the hours rolltsl on. At . Commercial-CourierUnion City rvfrushmeiits weroservetl after which on motion, Mr Henry Koierson is hereby Don't liavo your homo town to they enjoyed soino very sweet music on notified that he will be required to comtrade. Spend your money when you guitars. Air Chas. O. licit played some ply with the terms of the franchise. On motion, Council adjourned. very sweet and npproprlato pieces which will have a chauco to earn it tNick. W. L. McCtiTciiKM, Attest, nre.seut -- Mn. S I). Hay and danuhter, Mm. all who wereSevenil will renieniber and who were invited City Clerk. apprwiate. J. K. IMeiitou, of Jaokxoii, Tcun., were were not present, as for that wo know the Kintdrt of Mr At Handle tliU week not why. Those jiresent were : & A new lot of Ladle custom Oicar Heckhiun, Lnoy Kearby, Henry 17 incli George Me Hits the nicest, Shirt WaixtH just arrived. They Itcckiiiau, MaK-made theiiy, Carrie l'arham, Sola Stublis, Como and get you one. They are jierfeolly beautiful ami chonp, at 11. 0 A.Miimtu. Charlie Belt. Kiln Delt, Henry Stublw, art good goods, and so cheap. Utio Piirhain. ! Larry Stublw, Li..ie StublH, Sam l'arham, Dob Daugherty, Row W C Water, of McKcn.lo, Dlmo Keeves, Arch. Hurtwc-ck- , Willi wide tires for heavy Tom wan in Hiukuiau, WediiKdiir. llowiw Thomas, Mrs. Nannie l'arham and Miss lomls ami rubber tires on light, here to xrform the ceremony in the Maggie Henderson, tlio hostcns. pleasure vehicles, the wear nnd tear Kuykendall Ualtcr marrijtue on city streets and improved counUnlow ndvertiidiitf wax profitable it try roads in the future will be reducwould not bo clipped In so ITIlUKTSAl.li. Vrf-elam- Aluxnmler, Sunt. Union (Jit v Water Work, wax in Hickman Mon lay. -- Mr W. 1'. Taylor, of Fulton, was In tlm city Monday. He U Mill for tlia The City Treasurer presented the report for moulb of May; OKNeaAL ru.s'ii account. To b.sl. ae per last report, Think of it, amount of nearly a billion mida half dollars I stock to the $2.00. Beaver Brand $121.36 WejHave Carriages andiBuggies HATS. Now ami Nobby lino of iiCiilifisi l piw-to- r, TIES JUST RECEIVED. SPECIAL VALUES IN I I UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY. CASH SHOE STORE, v mem-her- S AXD time BomotuVK Jow ou tho Hamplo floor to l(MHyt,Whcuiover you wlidi to Rt antrnp-to-rtate- 5 l li lUUL U. K .h )lll 1 LUUs HUT IIIK ctiko-wal- k y IlOisraCOMING out ZrlJ' 'iS-- C3- - t ;a vs4k IN ""t Ilea-Si?3i- r, all the , J . I H(H-l- - stK-l- "MJtJ,uw atoro, ami wo step win into J-- largo 111 showing you thro'. vbie here, don't forget that wo Ami, hraiilftho J:;!L::j:i Machinery in SL'CIt AS KMif"! ,waiitlC2Ld AND TO OET . . . IS THE STAFF OF LIFE Mi &1G00D FRESH BREADS GO TO THK Gultfnors9 Plows, Binders. MO'IRS, SICKLE GRINDERS, HIES, BINDER TWINE, ETC, You cjalring in a Sickle Bar and we HAY will Hew City fiaKery. Y. Sanders Reeves HUG-OIK- Bread, Cakes and Pics Baked Daily ! Tropical and Domeslic Fruits, Fine Chocolates you a now blado out of cost . And, by tho way, Jil.NIlER TWINE IS UHKA1', at it ! Ismail pake sa;;4ers Notif U & reeves. and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, and RESTAURANT in connection. Come Sco Us ! Not citun atrord example. The ohalylKiato KjiriiiKi ""Hir Jan. eucliHi-by him, It. lirownV, lias eati arraupil in tho;;rovo, ami other ronvuiiieiici-for Iho enjoyment and pleasure of visttois, In the alienee of the p.ttor, Kid J. II. Milburn, tit Fulton, Ivv . will prc.tcli at the H.iptiHt church next Sunday morning ami ovoiiliitf Hvery one is conlially Invited to these service. Ml Dtdlo Vrcelaud urrivctl in the city last week from Auburn, N. Y wliero Hhe has been living for the past year or two. She expect to n turn to New York in the Fall. DHAVDIl HATS for $2.00. Furnishing Uoodt Department, Ik--i- by the miMt only larKo hiuiH-Nrtfu- l busiuxM men. but Hiitaller towns ed one-ha- lf i Not one man in ten cotiRltlers Iho disastrous ufl'nctH of trusts upon tlio general public ovon thoso who havo taken tlio trouble to inform thetiisolveH uh to how thoso combinations aro operated. Tlioflo oonibinatloiiH nro forinetl Tor tlio purpoHH of aup;iiioiitii)j,' tlio pro(He) of tliose who ongiiRo in them, and those prorits nro in two wuvh; in tlio firot iiuu-tnenteil This is from (lie Courier Journal: A tree was out down recent ly near Rose Hill, in the hollow of which wero ihreo fox squirrels, two awaruiH of been, n quantity ol honey and a dryland terrapin. Sovcral polecats were caught out of the Hiuno tree not long before. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS, On Saturday, Juno 21th, at about 2 o'clock p. m., I will, on tlio premises on Carrol Street, between Wabash and Ohio Streets, let out to the lowest bidder the contract for lllllug the hole In Bald street. Tin holo Ls to be filled one foot higher than tlio street, Including the sidewalk, and allow the dirt to tako its natural slopo down from tlio edge of the sidewalk next to tlio river. Work to bo completed within thirty days after the approval of tlio contract, and the right is reserved to reject anv and all bids. B. T. DAVIS, Clim'n Street Committee NOTICE! hereby given to all parties or per is performing labor or furnish ing mat rial for tho building or completion if the hotel now under construction in Hickman, Ky., where the Laclctlolhotul stood, that I will not Iw responsible to them for any work done or material furnished on or for said building, but they must look to the party who employs them, or contracts with thenifor tho material. Tho Dickson Brick Co., contracted with me to turuiiJi tho libor and material for saltl build-iiiimid I havo mid under said contract all tliit'l am to pay until tho building is lliiwieil according to tho contract And up man need look to 1110 for payment of cither lulior or material, except what I xmir bo owing under tho contract with said Brick Company upon settlement with thein. SETH CURUN. JI.iV 4th, 189!). VCE ORE AM RARLOR ICE COLD DRINKS served Telcphoiio 09. from our Arctic Fount. ITew City Bakery. --. il HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS TOM DILLON. ( Micci-no-r with loveo and rallniad that could be all tlio Annual Session llllillcal Assembly. reasonably expected. There appears to 18US). N. 0 June bo no doubt that the subscription For the above occasion nil coupon tlok-e- t from tlio Kentucky part at inuguuts of the Mobilo & Ohio Itailroad terest will bo promptly obtained, and it appears equally certain that work on will sell titsWotH to Oliarlotto, N. O. and Limit-otlio loveo will ho commenced in good return at rate of One Faru for the round trip, tickets to be faith this fall. There novor was w) Hiiro u prospeotof obtaining this great sold Juno 18, 10, 20 and 21st, limited for return pussiigu to July ilrd, 1800. improvement and right away. Ohm-lotto, th, d fully olutrKO uuiforiu price for Navloii. the sumo article ami they make T1h inacliinerv in the new Oasety their control oi commodity comHandlo Factory, Went Hickman, isnow plete by their buying up, taking in or running" out nil dealers who nlHiut all in place, ami ready for This pnimises to bo a valuable would othorwiBo iiiterforo with addition ti our local imlustrien, employ-iii- thoir monopoly, and thoy nrrnngo a iiumlM-- of men, ami paying out a fuihodulo of prices which will thouHuuihi of dollarH for raw material. iniiko the retail ot the article comSpecial services lor Christians and prehended In the trust jitHt enough Sinner will Ih'j,'Iu at the Baptist (.Uinrch below tlio Imported article to Htinday inoniiiiK .Titli inst,, and will coiitinuoaH Ioiir iw it in expedient and make it worth the purchaser's iirolltablo The piihtor, W. W. Homer, whilo to buy the homo miido ar will bo mwirtted by Kid. T. H. Day, pas ticlo. Hy this tueiiiiH thoy destroy tor of tint Iminanuel D.iptist Ohurch, at that competition among HAS QUIT HIS KISSING, BUT Nashville, Teiin. Hvery member of the which ctt,t8 tlio rotall price in cordially incommunity and vicinity below the margin left possible by vited to bo present at nil tlio services. tbo rate of protection which the gjtf I positively will repair your ft' gives them, ami that com waiuh or clock at less than tlio cheap- tail public to pay ttxils and pels the general I havo tlio est. HASN'T QUIT ADDING more for the article; but tbov MO HE AND MOHK can oxeouto tlio work. Youro truly, It. W. have no alternatlvo but to buy IOAX'II DAY -- The canvas being nindo by Mr. atitl pny the price or do without IT) HIS STOCK OF KastwiKid In tbo interest of tlio Tipton-yllltlio article covered by the trust. Utt'i: A; k r plnuo tlio trust dustniVH compein tlio trail 0 it in o n g tition in il those who o o in anil enable nil of them to buuoprh bine ? St., Prop'r, lo 11. C, llnmnge, dec'J,) Marble and Granite Monuments STONE WORK of nil Kinds, IRON FENCING, &c, &o. o TJ r, b i nsr Eiokman, C3-- , Hobson TSLy. s homo-tlealer- s Lredferd & Regers WANT TO SELL YOU M. B. SHAW oxpi-rlcnco- , mil WKBm HiTi-K- . o is meotinj,' Groceries, ff ' Hardware, O uaensware, Mfti JMB&m nsr3 TYOURI VWUK- GROCERIES. Fccsh Meats, Hardware, (Jueensware, Hay, Oats, Jlran, Lime, and Cement. phi b - aAnd Gents' Furnishing Goods! .PRICES WILL FLEASE YOU- - t Sat w 'nr TALKS ON BIGOTRY. Del- Rev. Dr. Talraage Discusses a icate Subject. Deplores Sectiirlnn IllfTcrcnce In tlic Hume Cn ii (I n n k Parents us to ICITect mi the It. Children. U-.- ll Copyrlcht, n 1EW. by Louis Klopsch. :4 In tills sermon Dr. Till mage discusses topic which will Intel est domestic elides everywhere. The te.xt la Uene-si- s .xiil., 8: "Let there be no strife, pray thee, between me and thee, mid. between my licrdiuuti and thy herdmen. Is not the whole hind before thee?" Uuele mid nephew, A bra in and Lot, botb p'ous, both millionaires, and with such large Hocks of bleating sheep niul lowing cattle that their liertime,n,goi into ii fight, perhaps about the 'best pasture, or about the best water privilege, or because the cow of one got hooked by the horns of the other. Not their poerty of opportunity, but their wealth, was the cause of controversy between these two men. To Abnini. the glorious old Mesopotamia!! sheik, such controversy seemed absurd. It was like two ships quarreling for sea room in the middle of the Atlantic ocean. There wasa uist reach of country, cornfields, vineyards. Iiuniats and plenty of room in illimitable acreage. "Now," said Abram. "let us agree I) differ. Here are the mountain district, swept ly the tonic of sea breeze and with prospect, and there is the plain of .Jordan, with tropical luxuriance. You may hne cither." Lot, who was not as rich as Abrani and might hae been expected to take the becond choice, made the first selection, and with a modesty that must have made Abrani smile, said to iiiui: "Von may have the rocks and the fine, prospect: I will take the valley of the .Ionian, with all its luxuriance of cornfields, and the river to water the flocks, and the genial vliinn'tc, and the wealth immeasurable." So the controversy was forever settled, and A brain carried out the suggestion of the text: "Let there be no pray thee, between me and Mrife. thee, and between my herdmen and thy herd men. la not the whole land be fore thee?" Well, in this, the last decade of the nineteenth century, and in this beautiful land, which was called America, after Amcrleus Vcspuclus, but should have been called Columbia, after Its discoverer, Columbus, we have a wealth of religious privilege and opportunity that is positively bewildering churches? of all sorts of creeds, and of all kinds of government, ami all forms of worship, and all stales of architecture. What opulence of ecclesiastical opportunity! Now, while in desolate regions there mnv '.tip. nnlvfl tine church. -Ill the onulc.nl .... . . UIHrkcliniim cuiuury iuctq ik huvh it iirofusfon that there ought to be no difllculty in making a selection. No fight about vestments, or between liturgical or nonliturgical adherents, or as to baptisi'.nnl modes, or a handful of water as compared with a riverful. If Abram ptefers to dwell on the heights, where he can only get a sprinkling from the clouds, let him consent that Lot have all the .Ionian in which to Immerse himself. "Let there be no Mrife, pray thec, between me and thee, and between my herdmen and thy herdmen. Is not the whole land lcforc 1 wide-reachin- g arc more luxurious, another that because the speed is greater, another takes the other because he has long been accustomed to that route and nil the employes nre familiar. So far as our engagement to meet l.i concerned, it makes no difference if we only get there. Now, nuy one of the Innumerable evangelical denominations if you practice its teaching, although hoiiic of their trains run on n broad gargeiind some on u narrow gauge, will bring jou out at the city of New Jerusalem. it being evident that you will be safe In any of the evangelical denominu-lions- . I proceed to remark, first, if one of the married couple be a Christian and the other not. the one n Christian Is bound to go anywhere to a dumb where the unconverted companion is willing to go. If lie or she will go to no other. You of the connubial part nership arc n Christian. You are safe for the skies. Then It Is your llrsi duty to secure the eternal safety of our lifetime associate. Is not the vvelfnie of jour wife impenitent or your husband impenitent of more importance than your church relationship? Is not the condition of your companion for the next quadrillion oT years n mightier consideration to you thnn the grnlificntion of your eeelei-astiia- l mini taste for 40 or 30 years? or a won. ..n who would stop half a mm lite to weigh preferences us to vvhethi he or she had better go with the unconverted companion to thlsorthutdiurch or denoiui: ution has no religion ut nil, and never has had, and fear never will ou are loaded up with what have, you suppose to be religion, but you are "like ( apt. Froblsher, who brought back from his voyage of discovery n ship load of what he supposed valuable minerals, yet, instead of being silver mid gold, were nothing but common stones of the fluid, to be hurled out as llnnlly .v ever-lusting I I useless. grcat-soulc- d 1 -- - - I thee?" m Especially is it fortunate when families allow angry discussion at the breakfast or dinner or ten tabic as to which is the best church or denomination, one at one end of the table saying he could never endure the rigid doctrines of l'rcsbyterianisin, one at the other end responding that she never could stand the forms oi Kpiscopacy, mid one at one side of the table saying he did not understand how anybody could bear the noise in the Methodist church, and another declaring all the JJaptists bigots. There are hundreds of families hopelessly split on and in the middle of every discussion on such subjects there is u kindling of indignation, and it needs some old Father Abrani to come and put his foot on the loaded fuse before the explosion takes place and say: "Let there he no strife, pray thee, between me and thee, and between my herdmen and thy herdmen. Is not the whole land before thee'.'" I undertake n subject never undertaken by any other pulpit, for it is an exceedingly delicate subject, and if not rightly handled might give serious offense, but I approach it without the slightest trepidation, for l.nin sure I hae the Divine direction in the matters I propose to present, it is a tremendous question, asked all over Christendom, often asked witli tears and sobs and heartbreaks and involving the pence of families, the eternal happiness of many souls. In matters of church attendance should the wife go with the husband, or the husband go with the wife? First, remember that all the churches have enough truth in them to save the soul and prepare us for happiness on earth and in Heaven. 1 will go with you into any theological library, and 1 will show you sermons from ministers in 'all denominations Uiat set forth man as a sinner mid Christ ns a deliverer from sin and orrow. That is the whole Gospel. Get that Into your soul, nnd you are fitted for the here and the hereafter. There are differences, we admit, nnd some denominations we like better than others. .But suppose three or four of us make Eolcmn agreement to meet each on Important business, and one goes by the New York Central railroad, another by the I'rlc railroad, another by the Pennsylvania railroad, another by the Baltimore & Ohio railroad. One goes this way because the mountains arc grander, another takes this because the cars ecclesi-tuiticiMi- i, J even-gcllc- al well-selecte- d if salvation and heavenly reunion? you, a Christian wifu, arc an attendant upon any church and your husband does uot go there because he docs not like its preacher, or Its music, or its architecture, or its uncomfortable crowding, nnd goes not to tiny house of worship, but would go if you would accompany him somewhere else, change ytur church relalions. Take your hymn book heme with you to your friends in Say good-bthe neighboring pews nnd go with him to any one of a hundred churches till his soul Is saved and he joins you in tin More Important march to Heaven. than that ring on the third linger of your left hand it is that your Heavenly Father command the wigci of mercy concerning your husband at his conversion, as in the parable of old: "Put a ring on liU hand." So letter ot more Importance evnr enme to the great city ot Corlnlli. situated on what was called tho "Bridge of the Sea," and glistening with sculpture, and gated with a styieof brass the magnificence of which the following ages have not been able to successfully imitate, and overshadowed by the n fortress of rock 2,000 feet high I say no letter ever came to that great city of more importance than that letter in which Paul puts the two startling questions: "What know est thou, O wife, whether thou shalt save thy husband? Or how knowest thou, O man, whether thou shalt save thy wife?" The dearest sacrifice on the part of the ono is cheap if it rescue the other. Better go to the smallest, weakest, most insignificant church on earth and be copartners in eternal bliss than pass your earthly membership in most gorgeously attractive church while your companion stays outside of evanBetter have the gelical privilege. drowning saved by a scow or n sloop than let him or her go down while you sail by in the gilded cabins of a Majestic or Campania. Second remark: If both of the married couple be Christians, but one is so naturally constructed thnt it is impossible to enjoy the services of a particular denomination nnd the other Ls not so sectarian or punctilious, let the one less particular go with the other, who Is very particular. As for myself, feci ns much at home in one denomination of evangelical Christians ns another, and I thiifk I must have been born very near the line. 1 like the solemn roll of tho Episcopal liturgy, and I like tho spontaneity of the Methodists, and I like the iniportnnco given to the ordinance of baptism by tho Baptists, nnd I like the freedom of the Congrcga-tlonnlistnnd I like the government and the sublime doctrine of tho Presbyterians, nnd 1 like many of tho others just ns much na any I have mentioned, nnd I could happily live and preach nnd die nhd be buried from any of them. Hut others nre born with a liking so stout, so unbending, so inexorable for some denomination that it in n positive necessity they have the advantage of that one. What they were Intended to bo in ccclesiastlclsm was written in the sides of their cradle, if the father and mother had eyes keen enough to sec it. They would not stop crying until they had put in their hands as a plaything a Westminster catechism of the Thirty-nin- e Articles. The whole current of their temperament nnd thought nnd character runs into ono sect of religionists as naturally ns tho James river into the Chesapeake. It would he n torture to such persons to be anywhere outside of that one church. Now. let the wife or husband who is not so constructed sacrifice the milder preference for the one more inflexible r.nd rigorous. Let the grapevine follow the rugosities nnd sinuosities of the oak shall or hickory. Abram, tho richer in flocks WhenWillis theso eyes Thy Heaven built of Christian grace, should say to Lot, And pearl: who Is built on n smaller scale: "Let Thy bulwarK-- ,Bates behold. with Mlvatlnn .jrone. And strei-t- or shining goldr be no strife, I pray thee, between there mo and thee, and between my hcrdmco Pretty drls, as a rnlc, tire not lit i4' and thy herdmen, Is not the whole land much U Atchlsc-- j Ulobe. -: d 1 to-da- Mighty God, in all Thy realm is there one mnii or woman professing relision, yet so stolid, so unfitted, to far gone unto death that there would be. uny hesitancy in surrendering all preferences before such an opportunity of y Aero-Corinthu- s, 1 s, beforo thco? As you caulk r,,' andhinppy anywhere, go with your cor.' panlon to the church to which ln,t'r!l" R must go or be miserable. Uemark the third: If boh'bC'lur rled couple nre very strong ih m "M1' tarlnnlsni, let them attend tan' liferent churches preferred. It Is not s.essar thnt you attend the same cni'ili I1' o'"1 llgion Is between your your God. Like Abrnm nm(l t.a.,'r' to HtilTor. When on Sabbat you come out of your hoitcJ,Mirr and one goes one way and tin 'herlli other, heartily wish each ofhfSK"1"' sermon nnd. n time of prollja ll0, ,,,p tion, nnd when you meet nn noonday repast let it beeviden'"0'1 lo n I lu eaeli nnd to your children on hlrud help, that you have b ll tho Mount of Triinsflguratio "ii went up by different t. r nnd the Unit you have both been fe dlfbread of life, though kncmlr ferrnt hnnds in different 2 nnn how linked in different ovens. ubiiiit the children?" I nm ottr iskrd l scores of parents. Let ll also will n ike their own, choice. ' e de mivv up with reverence for I r and nominations represented by ,end mother if you by holy livelime denominations. If the firr lives t:r better life, they will hnv i more lion fiivorablc opinion of Ills den s will Ami Kimn day both the p: fur nt least one service, go t tsaini' Iwon church, lliencighborswllts; fo ilew out dervvhatlsgolngon uulghbor nnd his wife, who fc'vs gi arm to different churches, going will to the same sanctuary ?" tell you what has brought tl 4111 ll" j very arm to the same altar, bom loll it Important has happened. '. atiiuding in the aisle, taking u on sol n Christian, lie has been wayward nnd gave father n leothcr n good deal of anxiety, but th have been answered in his l rrsion. ifd tiie mid as he stands In the ni ,o ycu minister of religion says: who consecrate yourself to the made and redeemed you, n ,io you promise to sbrve Mini nil jn rJaysV" "i nnd with manly voice he at in the do," there is an April sho pew where father and mot Ip t. nnd a rainbow of joy which nrchev j their soul that makes ail the di - cc ol creed infinitesimal. And tin ghler who has been very worldly n .y anil thoughtless, puts her life o T it altar of consecration, mid at the fi htot tit luh the that Sabbath stream rhtin h window nnd falls tinttfrr brow nnd i heek he looks like Wti other daughter, whoso face w.n itlnnted with the brightness ot nno e wtrld r Into on the day when the Iord to His heavenly keeping years: I should not wonder if, r nil their tliCFC parents pass the even life in the same church, nil fircncei of church preference ovrce i y the jov of being in the house ot where their children were prtpnrv cr uc- fulnonu ond llenvcn. llutHvg K'( i you n recipe for Angrily-- contend in the lotirfifk) thnt your church is right and th'chiich ol your companion is wrong. Urgncer our opinnnd caricature to empha-izions, nnd your children wi maki up their minds that religion a bnm, nnd they will have none of . In the northeast storm of domesl r the rose of Sharon n:l tl c lily of the valley will not gro. i'lght about apostolic succession, ;bt. bout election nnd free agency, fifit i ibout baptism, fight about the biiheoric, tight about gown nnd surplice, xLtlc religious prospect of your claim will ll i be left dead on the field, as unfortunate as Charles, dj, of who in battle lost i diamond the value of a kingdom, for inour light you will lose the jewel of salatloh for your entire household. Tim is nothing ngainst the advocacy ofrouriowt. religious theories. Use all forcible nr gutnent, bring nil telling K.atra'tion, array all demonstrative inn. but lei there be no nccrblty, no stingag retort,, no mean insinuation, no surcllious-nessas though all others vv. re wrong and you infallibly right. But do not reject Christunity, as many do, because there are so many sects. Standing in WcstmliKer hotel. London, 1 looked out of tli? window nnd saw three clocks, ns neural can one on tho pirliament remember house, another on St. Mnrgarct chapel, and unothcr on Westminster abiy they were all different. 0n said at noon, another said five minutes before 12, another said five minutes after 12. 1 might as well have concluded that there is no such thing ns time because the three timepxeei were different as for you to cone tide that there is no such thing ns pure Christianity because the churches differ in their statement of it. But let us all rejoice thn'., although part of our family may wonhlp on earth in one church and part in another church or bowed at the name altar in a compromise of preferences, wo nre, if redeemed, on the way to n perfect church, where all our prefer euccs will bo fully gratified, drcat cathedral of eternity, with archu of amethysts mid pillars of sapphire, with lloors of emerald and windows aglow with the sunrise of Heaven! What stupendous towers, with chltnrs nngel hoisted and angel rung! What myriads of worshipers, white rolled nnd coronet-ed- ! What nn olllelaior ut tho ulbir, ven "lite great High Priest of our pro fesnlon!" What walls, hung with the enpti-retshields and Hugs, by the church militant passed up to the church triumphant! What doxolngles of nil nations! Coronet to coronet, cymbal to cymbal, harp to harp, organ to organ! Pull out the tremulant stop to recall the sufferings past Pull out th trumpet slop to recall the victory! con-fcuici A RESULT OF DINGLEYISM. HANNA'S DECLARATIONS. PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. ""' v - 1 ! I - I . to-da- kcii-whl- Tluu Hmt. n.n t,. Iti'lHiMliMiiix Are (ieltliiB Hrnilr l'i ueiitlf ri'il lli'Uoi'n 1m I'nllcil HriiM In 'I'lirlr l.liiea on lite Milieu unit I'liiiniln. Tnmt lueKtliin, Washington dispatches nre very seSenator lliinmi, hnv lug conciliated vere on Canndiv Just now because tin opposition in his own pmty In his own Canadian government Iiiih imposed htute, not this time "with mi n.," but mine pretty hntsh legulutloiiK on Amer- v.ltli the nitikiiig ef some l.hMi promise n icans who have been dnlibllug In tu give oppuu ills thnt many federal the ot her side of the line. There Jobs recently rieascd from civ service s nlso wmt'i in Washington buviuse rules by McKlnley, inivv coiiica forward ,'aniiilii BtiiniVs In the way of the ret t le- with the niinounecmeiit that the mutter nient of the boundary dispute between of trusth U no menus u politienliUtis Alaska nnd British territory. Wash- tion. ington is full of threats of retaliation Willi u flue grasp of the situation against the Cuutidiiius for their Inso- llaiinn serves iiut.eo on nil thorn who lence In trying to interfere with the oppose tliu trusts, r.nd especially on nil business plans of our lumber kings. democrats, that till ninttur "cannot lw It is snld that: luinle u party iaatte." "The treasury department will lake n Willi splendid hypocrisy, Murk Han-tiprominent nnrt In the llspul between Miys that the net republican naC.itiniln anil tho Unlteil States, ami within n time n rommerelnl war will tie tional convention will meet thin iptuv waclnR between the two. Canada ha prohibited th exportation of loc from tlun fearlessly nml intelligently, "withOn- province of Ontario. Ma object to out the hysteriu of prejudice nnd populism, but with due regit til to the actual force American sawmills thla alilt th line aloinc thiv border to relocate In e (Tee Is of these combinations upon CunntU near the source of mipply of for- nnd competition. Thai platform rI product To meet this Sorretary will not declare Tor eoutiaeatlon or reCait nt the Inittnnce of the slate ihpart-nunhi preparing n retaliatory nirnn-upudiation. It will cnrvfully differento force the Canadians to trrina. tiate between the eomldnnlionx thnt retl will IwKln with the lasuance of an or-- duce the pi lee ot coinmodltlvs to the r prohibiting the lniortntlon of that seek to limit lose Into the I'nlted Htutex, ami consumer Nnd tho may lie extended until Oanmlu nml thla production, thus Inereaalng prices nnd . onntry nre Involved In r tallatury comdiminishing the opportunities for mercial war arTt'CiIni; nil prtnlurta. Cn nnd a win nnltred "The attitude of No doubt lUnna I correct. The rett a meetltiK of the cabinet, ami th a stand ' of the alHte tleiartinent wan approved It publican national convention meat the opinion of cabinet member that the trust iMeMin jwst a "fcti-al' Canada will have to be brought to tertna and Juki ns "intelllyeiitly" h tlu Ht. before there cn be at) further efforts to H;ieettbly Mettle the mooted nueatlona, ami liiiU republican convention met thn th.U retaliation l the 'inlclceat method." tntlon of hlmvlnUuun nml of civil It is quite probable that the short- M'rv lee. sighted xlloy of retaliation will be And ufter It Imm tliu "fenrlesly and adopted. The blind believers in the Intelligently" met the trust quet!tii, of the In riff to do nil things nre if it secures votes enough to put It In In the caddie at Washington. They power, the repuhllotin party will "ttar- l.ttsi-lesHo- Til r I IT TrikiiMcx He "They eny, de.nr.1hat people who live together get to look ullke." .She -"Then vou must consider my tefunil as Jlnul." London Tlt-Blls. 11 Loufer "I think that's the purtyest plctur' I ever see. 'Ave yer got tiny baccy about yer?" Artist "Ves, thank- s- plenty!"-All- y rill'c.i Times Change. Wife "Vou used to praise my cooking when vve were first married," Husband- - "Ves, but hud a stronger Imagination then Hum have now." X. V. Journal. "Mnry, Johnny tells me Hint when he laxt night he went Into the illiilng-rooimw Mr. Biff with his nrms round your waist." "Whut tiHtory, mainiiial Why. the gns was out." X. O. 1 I Times-Demo-fia- t. A that you are lute this morning?" .hjiiniy "Please, in'in, n burglar's It Family Affair. Teacher "How Is - I ii' t, r. 1. Can-ulli- n. caught In the east cud, ami ninth-e- t urn! me round to the police station to sue If it nnn father." Si ray Stories. Uncle ltlch "It neem mighty hnrd vvhun ii man litis accumulated n competence to hnvo to die mid leave It all." Ben Poore (his nephew) "Oh, I don't know. Don't you think it depend n fond deal upon the jMiint of vlevv'V" In. tn Boston Transcript. I y ti XfePVA Be stored tit her with bulging eyrs. She bad a loliig-glnvon her left htiiul and n hummer in her right. dear." he alnmmcteil, you going to do?" "Idiot," she napped, "I'm going to drive tacks." Cleveland Plain Denier. Forgot I en. Now was Henri come buck from the vvnrs only to rut Beatrice mntrled to another. "So, nflcr HI your vows, you forgot me!" he i with much bitterness. The girl hung her head guiltily. "Yes," she inhered, and then shendded, with grent vehemence: "That's what I get for Irtttttlng to my memory! should hare miide a mcinoniuiltiiti. Mou Dleii!" Ah. but it wns too Into to think of thnt now! Detroit Journal. c "M-my "vh-whatnr- e 11 1 'OVER THE RANGE." tlrluln of line of Hie Cortiiiiiinevl t:- - TRutv 5ank 190 cv y l irelnlla (rrt Tlint l Cartl III I lie VnI. ,. 111 Mkkiihv YV I !RsY i . .. . 1 ii-e- -. f rVEPUBLlCAlH 1 p fi 1 s f I' n - ruliiiDgj-CrtJrtrc.'- Wi4 "i a T f'5wr -- Je " IWllCI cMCWiv - rtSPt r !- J1 . " Jb TEACHING THE DOCILE DEAST believe that the tariff can be made n clnli to bent rivals. They do not recognize the fact that the present trouble is the result of the dub rebounding on their own heads. The C'tinndinn hostility Is the result of our mistaken polity of IHngleyism. We were going to dub Canada, But the people neross the line, discovered a way to make the club react, and they are doing It. Wo put n duty on Canadian IuiiiIht to "protect" American lumbering Interests. Canada puts nn export duty on logs and says: "If you want our lumber you must saw it on thin side." According to the Washington policy till would lie high statesmanship on the part of Camilla. But Washington is going to "retnliate" on Canndu for "protecting" her own industries. But us sure nti we do it the club will react again on our own heads. We will lie merely going deeper Into the mire than we now nre. The pernicious Dingley tariff is ut the bottom of the difllculty between the I'nlted Stales nnd Canada. If we meet Canada on the basis of fair reciprocity instead of on tho basis of retaliation by a stronger nation upon a weaker one, there would be no dday in settling the difference between the two countries. To what pernicious lengths the tariff evil can penetrate is nptly illustrated by the present situation between this country nnd our northern neighbor. Ktlcu Observer. A NEW TRICK. ntro-vers- y snered It Ilur-gund- l' how this sort uf cant manages to fool tho people. It won victory for the republican party In lStiil nnd the saui-- j luetics are to lie followed ill 1900. How voters can 'vlleve for one moment the men who lied to them three yearn ago, who have broken ev made them whenever Militlcal cN'iedicncy seemed to demand such perfidy, it n question which must remain Ik trust. leisly and Intelligently" brenk every promise made conjoining iiNtonliihlug a puzzle. to hedge gu the trust question is evident from Hnunn'n declarations. Will the people nllow this arch trickster lo fool them again nml yet again? It is to bo hoped that they will not, but hope sccm-- t nlmot vain In the light of past experiences.- - Chicago Democrat. Thnt the republicans are preparing 1 OPINIONS AND POINTERS. "Civil service reform," remarks the Wntcrtovvn Htnndaril, ".seems to go Hteatly by jerks." That last Jerk which McKlnley gave it nearly broke its neck. l Albany Argus. President McKlnley has madu n grave blunder in his latest iweeutlvc order, nnd has disheartened the friends of good government by taking the backward step he pledged himself, his party und the country not to take. Philadelphia Ledger. Home of the republic;!,-- ! editors arc laboring liurd with confs off and electric fans going, lo prove thnt the president's recent order Is icnlly unothcr udvance ulep In civil service reform, but tho republican spoilsmen nre getting upon their clinks nml howling with delight. Louisville Courler-.lour-nal. ! -- The condition of polities in Ohio strikingly Illustrated in the announcement of thn results of the Columbus convention. The public Id Informed that "(5. K. Xnah, the favorite of Senator Haniiii, was nominated for governor," Mid "I. A. Caldwell, Hip favorite of George II. Cox, was nominated for lieutenant governor." Nothing Ix aid in the entire ropurL tin to the of tho people. Kansas City Star. in de-Ir- e riilllppliic Outlook. President .McKlnley is facing a very serious illllleulty In the definitely acknowledged necessity for the sending of additional troops lo the Philippines und the confcssul likelihood thnt tin; wur in these Island Is to bu protracted fur beyond the time limit set by even the most apprehensive persons nt its beginning. It now seems ctrenuiy the war Ls ended probable that there will be a call for volunteers to supplement the full strength of the regular commands available for use, in the Philippines campaign. There is no question its to the promptness with which such n call would meet with a satisfactory response. The national pride of Hie people of the I'lilti'd Stutes will make this response certain. But It will not silence adverse criticism of bungling methods responsible for the war, Willi tho rainy season in the tropics now intervening to cheek- - the movements of the American nrmy, it Ik virtually certain Hint tho wnr will le prolonged Into the presidential campaign opening net spring, and that Us conduct und the ctiuses lending to Hitch a sltiiallon will flgui very largely In that campaign. This nospecl must be any thing' but satisfactory St. Louis Hi public. To placate the spoilsmen President McKlnley htm violated the pledge of the platform upon which he was elected In 181)0. 'If may gain Hie support of some who nre spoils hungry, mid for a time may close the mouths' nf (!eii, (irosvennr nnd Hie oilier spoilsmen of his parly who nre bitterly opposed to the merit system. To plnentn this element, however, the president fihould beware lest he offend grievously thoso who regard the spoils system as, one of Hie greatest evlln of our po iitlcal Institutions,--BaltimoSun. 'flu- K-for- "Over the range" hns ln'0iue nu accepted synonym for death throughout the vvrat. Ill fact, it Is now familiarly miderstiHHl as meaning dent It In almost every jmrt of the ('lilted State, 'jut there are few Indued who know the wl triKlii of the expression. Tho fev early pioneers of Colorado- - the men who endured the mountain i of "California gulch days" of 5tt and '40 know why "over the range" has come to mean death. Tiny know rtheit It wna death In reality . lit ihc According to these mountains the cxprcMiInu originated tfrfin after linker cmlltloii into t'-- r totithwektcrn jmrt of Colorm'o. inorly to ycur ago. At Unit ttmn K"l'l tumid meiit vvtis rife In Colorado. The unexplored legions of the Kooky mountain only ndded to the miner's dreams, and every rexrl of new 'striken" Wcntne exaggerated many fold. The finding of n single nugget frequently caused a KlHtiiH'dc of prospectors. During these fevered and vislonnrt times It became whispered throughout the mining entrps of the eastern slope of the mountains thnt "over the range" were stored nwny fabulous fortunes of virgin gold. Xo one knew the exact mt where these strong Imixc of no- - ' lure were stored, but Hie keys by which they were to W opened each miner cons. fident! believed to Im In his own csslon. The whisperings multiplied and every word from the new HI Dorado llnmcd tlie minds of the eager fortune hunters. An exodus liegnn. Whole caravans were soon trailing through the uiiiuu lain passes toward the west. In t licit eagerness men traveled night nnd day, rneh following his own liecktiiilng thnt his dreams hud told him would lend to the treasured ore. The paths Ix'cnine widely separated. IV vv were prepared to weather the mountain hardships of the new country, but still they journeyed on. Hunger nt last overtook many, and these turned uhout.ln hope of again reach Sig the camps of Ihc. eastern slope. The way was long tnd haul, for ninny had lost their hearings. These became nn easy prey to hunger alid the relentless I'te. The suffering which ensued Is one of the distressing pages in the history of the Kooky mountains. Thousands of prospectors passed "over the range" never lo return. A few, emaciated, enme back, but the majority of the eager searchers for gold hnd disappeared forever. Thus was brought to n sad close one of the largest movements of prospectors ever known In Colorado, ami thus the expression "over the range" lias come to mean death. Chicago hard-ihlHohl-llmrr Times-Heral- A SliiKiilne One day lately a totlieitd-inlnlBtratloi- i. re tiling shown about various biilliliugsof the I'nlverslty of Chicago. The principal personage in the party was nu ViMcrlcnu woman who lives in Berlin, (leriniiny. She had been visiting frienda In Chicago for a week, ami ever since her nrrivul she hud been trying to remember the name of u Chicago woman whom she had met in Berlin. She was anxious to see this woman, but her name und uiltlreHs had totally escaped her memory. As the party entered Cobb hall something 8tirr?d the right chord and she cume to u full stop In the doorway, saying: "There! Thnt mime Iiiih come to me. It's Mrs. ." Scarcely had she said the wordirwhen the door of one of the olllccs opened nml tho woman in question walked Into the not ten feet from the visitor from Berlin. The party marveled much over the coincidence. The general opinion was that the presence of the woman in the building made itself known in noiuu mysterious way to the visltorVi subject-Iv- e mind. But no one attempted to nlnla it. Chicago Inter Oceun. halt-ivny, Colnclilrnre. party of women were t. ktaXak "H1-,-m V M w .. waifWSifHIvJIa-VSAM'-Wt- -. ;--' fesacpfe: aSS! iVV 'tt i ! -- &- -- - ..&. r --- -P What One Patient Experienced During a Week's Treatment By M. QUAD. (CojiyrlRlit, UOS.) Muldoon's Methods s cr ;c ts iii,-aiii. sj d of-Ik- e, i "l tn'" tfroulfd Mr. MuMooii, nftcr rub. lie began at my ears and finished lie IiiiiI token mo In from limid to foot nt my tocn. I protested when hu length-eneir' Lull niy neck by six ineheH, nnd I Mr William Miildoon, In IiIh own cried out at' the top of my voice when on his ou ii training fmnt, li ratliur he dragged my shoulders down along ,cro funiililiilile three Union n liny mill at Inquires nftcrwiiid Jf yon linvc fi. lotviil III (I I reel our. Van realize at nice tlint Mr. Miildoon boIih; to olilipo you to toe the mark. In fnet, lie's ne-U- jlHician, The tiyntttlnn wlio In. Mrui'U yuii to tn le n ilmu of tliU or tlmt I titan tlic ntcriiKu m H j,( t liouie ntid miller his tliuml). You don't incut with lion Imrw or armed Mintlncls, but ton lime, i dim feeling tlinlyuuiirc u prisoner. If, In dnyji roiic liy, when ion ivIierelieantMyou nuayfrom WAVED MI: THROUGH THE A1K. ttur "I I proieoiloiial and jou were present at an hiL.tion niid Iiojied the other fellow uu!d win, ) on regret the fuel yoti fine It mi in lilt ullk'ti aud pray that he Jiuirtl of it. trrtlr, lr Miildoon u a he Mid, after look, 'cl,"wiy until you jieelanother1'coJ!" uin't oil. plumb or out of true. 'Von can training he until nit he relraxed hit hold mid dropped me Into n chair. When the clmim ami the room and Mr. Muldnoii and the house ami thr farm antl the Mate f New- York lmd ((it through dancing aruimd iiw I hud l't?onie a lodger and n pupil. It ,iiile enrly In the day, and I expeetwl the flrit mote would Include n prime cigar and a wlnp In the hamtnoek. I win dinpHiiited, howetcr. "We'll begin by n little Mroll." wild Mr Miildoon, and an he ot oil fob lowed him. Mv Idea wn that we were to wander along the nluuly jkiUik nnd WHteh for liiniunln birds nnd butterlllcx, and paiike now nnd then to llnten to the note of thciiiallnnd roblni, nnd I had k tiupicion thui when wo reached home ii tlir!trniiilrlVtlir'Tiy an wan him in humble latitude. nimc he made n to jdaee n haul on either of my khoulderk aud Kite me n wrench which nearly my neok. Then he thumped me i n the lireust bone one of LIk jrentle'st t.i in ti way todrite me buck iiulnnt tin wall with n rnifth. Then he toed with my rib and looked ujiin wonder an I sighed and groaned. A n hut trht he picked me up with tin" hand and wntetl me through the ntr mid turned me oxer aud otcr like a wheel and mulled primly n my shout sif "munlerl" flllwl the room. Ilowns 'Ihe Mxl before mooted my coat and u ami ilrt up." I had no Idea of ontlng that food, but after a look from Mr. Miildoon fell to. When bsd llnished I went out to enjoy a cigar and swing in a hammock and hear tho nightingales sing. I had scarcely reached tho ternnda, and not a nightingale hnd piped his ctenlng song, when a to!e bohlnd me directed: "You'll go upstairs now for n light gymnastics." It was Mr. Muldoon's voice, and It was Mr. Muldcju who backed it up. Au I had slept n good sharu of the day I was to bu put through. When we reached thu trytminsiuiii I was instructed In refused to hurt the bug. Mr. Miildoon encouraged and ordered nnd demanded. He declared it 1 1 my ribs aud swept nwny the lnsttetlge of my kneecaps, but hu was n callous-hearte- d man and whistled blithely as ho wrecked my anatomy. I forget Ida estimate of tho quantity of perspira tion which that stroll had brought out of me, but he said something about Ibrcu barrels, nnd I presume ho hit it within n gallon or two. I wanted to loll After the rub-dowand smoko and read, but Mr. Miildoon objected, lie sternly ordered me Into bed. nnd added that If 1 was over flte minutes falling asleep he would see about It. I thought bcit to obey orders. Set en hours later I didn't want to get up, but Mr. Miildoon gate me Jmt 3o seconds In which to tumble out or be manlied by n baseball bat. I believe I turned out. 1 wasn't afrnlil of him, but I turned out because six o'clock dinner was ready downstairs. I had mj order all inmle out In my head lieforel got down. Thero were to be fried oysters, erenm wtloos, plum prejerres, Ice cream nnd "Therel" Mild .Mr. Miildoon, as he henped my plate with rnro beefsteak nnd tailed potatoes "pitch In nnd till n tho contrary, Mr. Miildoon had lo pull and haul on me, and order tnc to sit this and tlint way until much taluubli time had been consumed uud the tail of tho horse, seemed to have got where his nose ought to be. I demurred nnd protested nnd remarked and obsertcd, but I was simply treated as cipher. When we finally got started the gait was 40 miles nn hour, and we hadn't gone 10 feet before I lost the stlrrupi nnd wns clinging (o the pommel. Mr Miildoon didn't etcn look back tec whether wns coming or not. Uc had set the pace nnd was hendfcd for the Iloeky mountnlns, nnd If I fell off that was my lookout. He must hntc heard me when I cried out In fear and pain when I yelled "fire!" nnd "police!" at the top of my voice when I offered him $1,000,000 In cash to head for n soft tpot on which I could tumble, but lie never drew rein. After lunch I wanted to smoke nnd read and make my will, but Mr. Mub doon hnd other plans in view. II o ordered me out on the lawn to Umber up. 1 AN OOTING PARADISE. '"idlseot end country to n great number of people. Very few rcnll70 That the littlt- line shown on the largq, i'1l' l"'ne Imndri'd anil injl '"'ir and of tuning thirty-fou- r miles. Vetv widths up tJ,l-',.nt! first section of realize that jl the United tnte h Hied by colonists from both Klip""' "ml Holland, nnd full 0f that their towns nre y hoinsc, beautiful ntenues of trees, in fuott'with Il Hie inland beau-tie- s nnd In titldillon the tnrlous attrac- MISSING THE JUBILEE. There AVn Lung Island lft" to He One Wmiinn Who Seemed lunoriint or thu Knot 'I'll at I'eiiee Mini Conic. VA.V.I'V.V m im m m.r tions of thcijraihore. While theiSaatb Shore for a portion of Its lengtlf I almost let el, the .North Shore Is hilly ""'l heavily wooded. Hi cry portion ot the IMnml is well suited for num' nhiding place. It hns in a most jnarked degree the three grent neeessMlw ot life and civilization, (iciod Air, Good Water and (iood Jtoads. The western jcetloti (Queens and Nassau Counties) l crossed in etery direc oi macadam roads; tion ty the six hundred wiles having been built within three ". The eastern end of Suffolk Countj hns excellent roads consisting ot ancmlam, gravel, shell and countryjroids running through the woods or nTon? the fhore. Fishing, hunting, bathing. nchtlng,cycling and golfing arc nil indulged in under most perfect condition, "KxciUP mp." milil tlin viiltnr nt Ma ntrn volition, "hut can.'t I ok you an important question!" "What is it!" responded the editor, without looking up from his work, winch is always a sign that anybody ought to understand. ."Ain't this a peace juhllcj we're hating in this town!" "It certainly is." "And. the peace jubilee a celebration of peace, ain't it!" "Kxactly." JAnd peace means thit irar i off, don't '"Of course It docs." "And that the olive branch is hanging low. and that everybody is falling on everybody else's neck, and that every-liM- v ad the war clouds have rolled lit. .il and urn good fellowship is now prevailing everywhere, and that every bosom throb responsive to the gentle coo of the dove, and that everybody is wearing white wings, anil that there won't be any more scraps, and that everybody it kissing and maku.g up; u means that, uon t it; "Kxactly," responded the editor, pleased to discover so comprehensive a knowledge fiom such an unruspectcd quarter. "I thought so," said the visitor, rising. "I'll go back home and tell my wife about it. When I left there an hour ago I don't believe she knew it lad happened. if-Good-morning- ." encouraged. It was in the midt of the peace jubilee sad the editor was the busiest individual in town, but the visitor got in on linn, nnd, what was worse, at down and showed other signs of remaining, none of which the editor boesYour II cad Ache? Arc your nerves weak? Can't you sleep well? Pain In your back? Lack energy ? Appetite poor? Digestion bad? Boils or pimples? These arc sure signs of r -- j I L poisoning. From what poisons? From poisons that are always found in constipated bowels. If the contents of the bowels are not removed from the body each day, as nature intended, these poisonous substances arc sure to be absorbed into the blood, always causing suffering and frequently causing severe I" disease. There is a common sense cure. A NEW EXPERIENCE. l'lirbe Ana Bm Orentljr Worried Ovctbr tclliiim ,,f )e And the visitor went out before the editor had time to extend his sympathy. Washington Star. Yhe historian writes, while referring to this nation's advent as a colonizing power, that we the "century's political conscience," and that our influence for good over Kuropean spheres will be immense. T.his result was just as inevitable as is the cure winch follows the use of Hostettcr's Stomach Hitters, the gteat remedy which is found in every home and drug store throughout the country. It cures indigestion, constipation, overworked kidney und liver, nllays nervousness, and tones up the whole system. In a Cemrtery. Boyle am strongly opposed to cremation. I think it is carrying things entirely too far. 1 PILLS They daily insure an easy and natural movement of the bowels. You will find thatthe use of Tret" "Oil IIiiiibo. FELL ON NY HEAD. I wns to do 1 diklo-i.ite- d pliinl co. b)n - Hi r If a pJSc 4 1 RELIEVE I TUKNLb UUT. 1 AT THE RATE OP SIX MILES AN HOUR. shady dell Mr. Miildoon would bid mc sit down uud tell him thu story of my life. Hut I was mistaken nil around. There was no strolling or wnnduring. Mr. Miildoon began from the llrst to get oter the earth nt the rntu of six miles an hour, and when I would hate lingered to cull u daisy ho yelled: "Come nlong with you!" In n voice which lifted my hat by nn Inch. My natural gait at that time was u mile au hour, with frequent pauses to see the nnibulnnce or patrol wagon go by. .Mr. Muldoon increased my gait until the fence rails ns only we whirled past. When sighed he growled. W lien I groaued ho muttered. When I asked him in the name of com mon liumnuity to let up fur a minute nnd let me draw a breath or two he uttered words to hurt my feelings. When wo hud traveled six times around the county and I had only one more minute to live, tve brought up at his house, nnd as I fell in n heap ou thu steps Mr. Muldoon savagely demanded knowledge as to whether I was a man Cr a nnd ordered me to get ready for n There wnsonlynframc- work of bones to rub, but Mr. Mtil noon's rubber wasn't surprised nnd didn't seem to care, JJc was there to J l tooth-plck1 a fish-wor- rub-dow- my duty to myself, fninllj mid country to knock that tag's blamed hmd off and end its enrtnly career then and there, but the Kitngu instincts within iny brenst refused to bubble up and the mntt I accomplished was the feat of disturbing n fly whluh had gone to It should Ik njacmbercd to the cverlast- mc credit of men that tvhrn a woman roost for the night undor n feeling of becoinct. fam.uj no men claim that thev misplaced contldeuce. Moved by the were once enid i to her. Atchison Globe. unfeeling lnnguagu of Mr. Muldoon I changed from the lag to the turning-polFigures mi lot lie, but Cftimates are ofteD arnlcad-iChicago Dally .News. I'nder his arbitrary directions I hung from the bar like a bag of saud I turned atout like a man hung from a THB MARKETS. liml I put both shoulders out of joint Pinpiwvit?. Junp 11. nnd fell on my head aud dislocated my LIVK STOCK Clule. common IJM (fil :c .. I hnd i .tu rv neck. When recovered cont i P0 0 "J5 rood llirht sciousness the man wes seated before Jl(X..Co.ir' Ibeavr... . 2 tw ( !M Mixed purktr me reading u newspaper as calmly uh ..,.WM ... 3 (A ft. 3 3 ro it 3 t.lcht hiiKr sou please, and when I asked what the SUhKl'.-Chi3! if. 3 85 y K L I.A.MIIS SpriM 1 10 Qh ? 15 KvVti doctor hnd said about my case he ri.Ol'K-Wic- ifr 3 SO 370 ltnt mc off to bed and added that he UK A IN Wtacl No. ' red..... (it 75 No 3rnl had n 20 years' job on his hands. I it Corn No im xeJ tt 27 crept off to tad, nnd It didn't seem ns O.IU- - No t W. If lite minutes hnd passed when Kvf N, J,... I tt f 11 00 all 23 HAY 1'rlmr loaJiolcc opened my eyes to find the gray of l'i;OVISIONs-iHirls tt N) I.ir.1 . duwii stealing into thu room. The ry. .. a ti gray of dnwn and Mr. Muldoon were Prima lo tboite creumi'i-v.tt Al'PLKs Owdtoiiincy ... 4 fO wi thero together, and Mr. Muldoon bru rOTATOS N per J Obi l. tt 2i tally demanded to know why I hadn't iCHIC.irjO. turned out half nn hour before. Wc 3l'5 tt 3 76 had somu conversation in the nuglish UKAiN Sretf ... 70;tt Til 3('blci,ofeiirlnir Na 72H it 70 Inngiinge, and he got the best of It. In Jl rOUN-N- aJ MStt :u. order to convince mc of the fact he -. Na ' R OAT2.S tt i 7 J5 ro. 8 10 FINALLY FELL ON MY HEAD. l'Oltlv Mes hustled me into n room constructed for ) 4 bli I 10 a bathroom and a morgue combined. SEW YOItlC. The Ico water showered upon mc he always succeeded In beating me I'LOt'lt Winwr ttlent 3 65 tt 400 CS M stubbed mc to the heart a hut.dred down. Only once did he show a glenm Wllr.AT- - NiSrtM OHN-im.ieO tt 40V times oter, but my loud calls for help of pity, and 1 am not quite sure whether 11Y1 tt rtl'--j brought no one, nnd Mr. Muldoon al- thnt was pity or surprise. I U6ketl for OAT' 3) tt s 14 luri 8 tt 8 75 most hnd a smile on Ills face us I sunk some ungcls' food nnd Ice cream ns l'OKIC New siMs l.AKU Wthltrn tt 23 down in a dying condition and won- a finish to dinner nnd he came around 1IALTI.MOKK dered if theru would be u good turn- and felt of the top of mv hend nnd .. '. 3 3) 3 53 out of Knights Templnr to the funeral. murmured: "1'oor boy! He'u got "em UKA1N WI..U' NaSreU.... 77Stt 7?H 7S 72 (p wanted frogs' legs on toast for for sure!" & Corn Mixtil 37tt 3.'H .'whlio I went up to stay tvtih Mr. U. breakfast. had given my order, anil O.itHNa Muldoon Hte Ni Jes,ern tt 4 C2W was ntaut to add to It when Mr. Mul- for at least a month. At the end of n CATTI.i: " M 'tuaSliy 4 no 4 0J I counted up nnd found doon appeared with beefsteak and po- week I i 15 tlmt I HOUs We.ti'i ISUIANAI'OI.IS. tatoes and eggs nnd set them before hnd stared death In the face exactly S retl Nu 72) me with n warning look. The advan-tag- u 74 times, and that If every hone in Curn--.'mixed 3.'?, seemed to be with him, uud con my body hadn't been broken 20 times Oat .Nil i mixed cluded to live on for u few hours over there Iind been a mistake snm. LOL'IS.VIM.1:. longer. While finishing the meal I de- where. If I left the place I might lite 3 73 fb 4 ro 2 red. UHAIN- - Wliut-N- o. tt 73 cided to pass the forenoon with thu a month or so. If 1 remained .. sityt CornMuni tt :w daily paper nnd n hammock and a Well, It is natural to cling to life. w. POHIC" Mci ii 10 no 1 had gone cigar two or three cigars. got up nt midnight nnd tied. Mr. tt 4 b7)i out to enter upon my plensunt entersuspected my Intentions and fob prise when Mr. Muldoon followed after lowed mc, but I dodged him In the darkto observe tlmt the horses would bo ness and made my wny home, around in n minute and tve would take iicrcr seen mm since. At this nnd have distance n jog. I started out to Inform him that from his trnlning farm I can realize I hadn't backed a horse for 20 years, flint ho must be n good man nnd und that It was necessary for me to man, and that his solo object in a just Tidies' keep posted on political affairs, but he nnd wnlklng m to denth and brenkicff stopped mo with u tvnvc of his hand my neck nnd mashing my bones was to and muttered something in the Latin make mo nil over on a new nnd 1 am unfumnlliar. tongue, with which scale, but it is too late. 1 e We did not stnrt rlcht off for Den- &9MwmmiEk him nml wish blru well, but 1 am ns soon ns I was In the saddle, On not for him. ver '.h e. , , . jump. I best, nnd when I flnully fell down nnd rolled among the bushes he scied me nnd Hopped uud banged mc about until I thought the earth nnd the heutens hnd conic together. I wanted three days In which to get my breath again, but he wouldn't glte me three minutes. He niid wc must be off on our oftiTiiooii stroll, and I had to follow hi m. He kept to the path fcr nbout half n mile, und then turned ir.to the fleldB. He led the way, up hill nnd down oter fences and through thickets In nnd out of the woods and oter logs, ami ns 1 followed him with rivers of perspiration running down my legs and tears In my eyes I could think of only one object in living till night to murder him in cold blood as he slept. Wc may hate taken in Kostnn, Huffalo. (let eland nnd lMiiladclphin as we made the flrele. Mr. Muldoon wouldn't even tell me the nuines of tho states nnd cities as tve pnM.-- through, and I was too w ret elicit nnd hopeless to ask. I remember that wo finally got back home, and that I was put In the hands of the again, and tlint be said somei thing in a voice about six wc-kand 5,000 miles. I wnnted to die that night. I felt that I wns more innocent thnn I would be next day. nnd that it would be to my advantage, but Mr. Muldoon wouldn't permit of it. He wanted to sate me for that old trot-In- g horse, and for more circuits of the globe, nnd for further contortion nets in the gymnasium nnd on the lawn. He wouldn't let me die next day, nor the next, but savagely insisted that I live on nnd even increase my exercise. I wns humbled, but not altogether crushed. I had spirit enough left to protest, but ns his replies were in Lntin l fur-awa- it by a hop, step nnd n couldn't pleamj him, try my I, ment. When th tru ufcen into the train her wonderment! w muing. She nat on thcjuiJuow. looked out of the window and gtauntVr fecund uncertain concerning tlic cirfil.Viesi of the future. She tvai silent I u tie train commenced to move Then bw fur took shape. She aw the landMtui. wi .j rapidiy before her and her eyes 111! d, hi up ouivcrcd and she milled auddi y " hat's tl e ma tr, I'hcbe Ann!" asked her tnistrct "Oh, Mim Any tvniled the pickanmng. tvhah all tit ii boi.s anj trCM a.(;0,n' alv" A teat ooatbe r or tvas the only weans potsihle to d.ct tt. fer of the child. Chi caso gin-ger- lj Hack pickaninny who ht es down in (Jwrvu. Mie i under a dozen jcars in agefscd until a nhort tune ago had i ah ofJJifr hi on a rural plantation. Trail's ami tbur attendant movements tt ere utterly unktidwo ludwd, ttliat 1'aebe Ann knew of nnytlnsj 'iiiile of that plantation would not iriaW the beginnm" ot a primer. She was being educated lor a lioue ten ant and hence tvai sot permitted to room to any creat extent? ihe van lmy about the tug house all day tnd it night tctired to the ihack ct npatt for her family. Along :a Jbe kmuii, for some cood rea-iofor the Limit- - to it became move into itcitr. i ne little nepro girl tva tv anted, for had much kill in soothing the chiiditiiQiM w the heir to the rttatet. So it tva decided tut he muitt accompany the expedition ri-- the time ihe entered rtie cairiageltoriiltto the railway station l'liebe Ann tvai in a itate of upprei eed excitement. She lat beside "Mim Amy," uc he called her niii're, and with flaring yei took jb li tilt paised without comfche Is at-et- onljalitt" A distinguished t'nltrd Statrti a Pavrrr (or Good, 4 arsaparffla with the pills will hasten recovery. It cleanses the blood from all impurities and is a great tonic to the nerves. WrNm th Onr Medical Department has one ot the most eminent phy ilcUns In the United States. Tell the doctor lost how rou ro suffering. Von will reccire tho beat medical advice without cost. Address, etary Ovcrhrnril jit How so? would then be compelled not only to earn our living but to urn our dead." "We Co vie Decto. nn. X. Y. World. A Make a dozm or more cheesecloth Fill them with oat meal, and d Ivory Soan, add a little jiowdered orris nmt.mix well, and tie up securely. One bag in a tub full of warm water will make a delightful, cleansing bath, and render the skin soft and smooth as velvet. bags. finely-shave- water. For a refreshing summer bath llnlnly Stinitut-- r Until. use soft o. ayer. j. Lowell, Mas. v i n w i i i J JSAXJ.XXJ.AJLX4W EMZA It. l'AKKEK. I were rich, darling, would you love me more than you do! She I might not love you any more, Hen ry, out i snow i wouiu iook lorwaril to our tvedding day with a degree of impatience that never seems to possess mc at present. Cbicaco Kvenine News. 1 He If Dlnunnalnur Her Cnar. , 41 I I Arkansas Valley Truth" Is an illustrated journal describing XM I? l "i ' the y s "Say, you U Deaoon Ilardwav's bov Hen, who weci to the city to study meu- icine. didn't tm "Uti, yes: I flowed Hen well. What about hitn" f "He killed Lfclf day before yesterday." "You don't tl' What tvas the matter? outside practice!" Chi- ouiuirt lie r caco Tunes 11 i to AUen R. Olmnttnl. Ijtihi. "Are ton iTfli ily U T' aiked the well N. V , lor n KHEtrtunr'lo of Allan' V'ooua powucr ut snaKu into your siiocs. it mean i tie fried "Oh. no," answered the s stveniuiLT, not, swollen, ciiuous, acndypei!ic, tvi.8 Jarring, arcatic laugh, c feet. It makes tl;ht sboos easv. CuresInif "1 hurt all oiff care whether the Corns, Humous mid Ingrowing riuils. AU n for not. Hut I in not tun nes cents. noucly ill. l'tr uiy, flippantly and farci- druggists uud shoo stores sell 1U eal.y ill li, g throitgli all the vmn-f!od keep from under toiiin, but Con one ot them." W'ath- - thumb help me to who rigidly observe, the of the iran the mgton Sta. letter of the ltw, but who lias no coucep- I'on oi its fpir... irginia l'rnullei. All to-imn II 4.. "Villi Cutl Ret Wilto I (Minn A.tlrn'a l'ol.r.u Vltl'H. Varied Resources - K? .1, . I 0r the Arkansas Valley in eastern Colorado. Here are auccenstully t&Urd.ttiy. Crams and alfalfa. UIC OUIC and profitable, nnd climate exceptionally healthful. Write for free copy .of "Truth," 2.cmc-seckc- Uhl I ?., J -- r "v ff 1 Ik-- e also for Information about excursion tickets. Addrrnf Oeneral I'awcncer Office, Atciiison, Topela 5 Santa f e Railway, CHICAGO. r' i. - For stockings and mittens for the children, dje the wool with 1'utuam Fadeless Dyes, Scarlet. Cardinal or Turkey red. Each time you j?h them makes them brighter. If one friendV ndvice doesn't suit vou. keep on asking your friend until one gives the kind you want. Atchison Globe. I'iso's Cure is a wonderful Cough medicine. Mrs. W". 1'ickert, Van Siclen and lilake Ave.. Brooklyn, X. Y., Oct. 20, '0U Some people demand that the world" only be patient with their foolishness, that it applaud. Atchison Globe. BEADKIld OK THIS IMI'KH DKSIKINCJ TO UUV ANYTHING AUVKUT1SKD IN ITS COLUMNS SUOL'U) INSliT L'I'ON HAVING WHAT THUV ASK FOIL ItKKUBINO ALL tJUllSTlTUTKS OH IMITATIONS. not but Whiskers Dyed A Natwai Black by llnll'n Cnlnrrli Cure la a Constitutional Cure. Price, 75c. Buckingham's Dye. s Price S3 cents of nil or R. r. Halt Co., Nashua,' N. IL tt;j TO TA Pome smart men are fools for revenn only. Chicago Daily Xcws. t drag-gist- When a river has floats a lot of stock, a run on its banks I. A. W. liuiletin. A. N. K.- -E 1763 HIIKV WKITIMI TU AllVEKTINEKa it lleuse slute Unit you mw tbo Advertisepuper. ment In tbla or-dci- ed rfta'KiStasasaaiSgtg! -- -- m M. V jlNGMESTER Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells.; i" Leader" loaded with Smokeless powder and " New! ; UUTTKlt-lbOtftial- . . 'o . . 1 1 FLOUK-WUtwlM- teni Whrat-iN- a Rival" loaded with Black powder. other brands for Superior to all! I..Kl)---tc.i- m ( Na UNIFORMITY, RELIABILITY AND g STRONG SHOOTING QUALITIES.; f( X'5 & FI.0nt-r.irai.v- Winchester Shells are fcr sale by all dealers. Insist upon i, having them when you buy and you will get the best. ,V Myyifciw;SV'VHM'!S 1 l--i hiYi'iVViYiiVft tKJ OKAIS-Whcii-- ( ii 1 SAPOLIO "SHEDS A BRIGHTNESS EVERYWHERE." LIKE A GOOD TEMPER. in M fj - H KLOrit-Winitrm- icat . , 1 O.ils.-.MUii- l- I Mill-doo- n I.AKU-bU'- Jia 2ftMfMWfffMmmWW Aids Digestion, Regulates the Bowels, Makes Teething Easv. TEETHINA Relieves (lie eethinA itcimoi runucno II, 1 Bowel Troubles of Children of Any Age. for-giv- As Your Costs Only US DruKlrV Crn.. t lu-- ,r tT.V- M"t x-- V " Vt ft pwSwiwwr tlielclrsllrtVr. OFFICIAL CALL LOCAL NEWS. ConTenn.. has quarantined against Union City, Fulton and Martin, Our latest inforbeeaase of sniall-iwx- . mation from Fulton and Union City is, that no new cases have occurred recently, and that there is no cause for alarm. Fulton CHiard : In readiug the various accounts presiuted to tho City Council Monday nlifltt for pavment, City Clerk Tyler made a sad mistake in The accalling "bacon" "berries." count under consideration was one unulu for for provisions sent to the patients. No tlio four negro small-posooner than the "berries" raug out, Councilman Powers was on his feet and breathed something like this : "Berries not furnish them nigtho devil-w- hy gers ice cream and wine, too?" Dresden Kuterpriso: Wednesday morning while coming to town from near Latham, Mrs. J A. Westmoreland and daughter. Alma, were thrown from the buggy near Mud creek, and tho former was badly, though not fatally hurt. An arm was broken, andsho was otherwise bruised. Alma's faco was hurt by a barbed wire. Tlio horso was frightened by .some one riding up him at a rapid gait, and after running a short distance tho buggy was overturned and the occupants were thrown out. Miss Sasscen, of Henderson, said to be an accomplished teacher nnd ono of the best eduuators in ICehtucky, Ls a candidate for School Superintendent. Wo believe the above as it is given, not from our own personal knowledge, but we do know one of the purest and best ladies in Fulton Comity requests to make tins notico and to thus commend Miss Bassoon. Hero Ls an opportunity tor somo good democrat at convention to place her name In nomination for second Instructions. She only asks for second instructions. Gen. P. Wat. Hardin surprised tho public and his Fnlton county supporters Sat unlay by telephone announcement that he would speak in Hickman at a p. m. Because of tho brief an. uouueemeut only n small crowd attended the speaking. His speech was in lino with his published speeches in other parts of tho Stato. Ho has a largo and enthusiastic following in this countv. If yon want to know who will receivo tho instructions of tho county for Governor, attend tho mass convention at tho court house at "J p m. At this writing tho Courier will not tell you, for tho simple reason that wo do not know, and have no opinion. McKoii7.io, pest-liouso How Cou uly Democratic vention, Mutimlny, June 17, at 12 p. ill. In compliance with tlio call of tlio Domocrntio Stato li.veeuilvo Oommlttoo ordering a Stato to bo hold in Louisville Wednesday, Juno 21, 1899, for on tho purpose of nonitnii t in tr Democratic candidates for Stato ollices, to bo voted for Nov. 7, 1899, and Con-vontto- n s ordering county nines eon von tions to bo liold in the respective county seats on Juno 17, 1899, to send delegates to said convention, now, therefore, I, ns chairman of tlio Fulton county Democratic Committee respectfully the Democrats of Fulton County, to nssombio at tho Court House in tho town of Hickman, on bo-hin- d Saturday, Juno 17 nt 2 p. m., for said purpose. Tho bask of representation of each county to tho said Stato convention shall bo ono delegate for each 1200 votes or fraction consisting of 100 or more votes cast for tho head of the Democrat ic electoral ticket at tho presidential election in 1SD0; provided that eaeli county shall liavo nt least ono delegate vote. All known Democrats and others who supported W. J. Bryan for president, and thcoo who pledgo themselves to support tht nominees of said conventions shall be entitled to participate in tho county district convention. S. W. Lltk.v Ch. Fulton Co. Dem Coin. fJHEATEK Sl'EKI). ex-act- U . && 5 r t u S ' 'ft I". The election held In New Orleans Inst Tuesday to determine whether the city should havo n scientific system of sowerngo and wntor works was tho first in which women wero over permitted to voto in Louisiana, and it Effect of Trusts Upon I'rlces ami Lawas part duo to them that the pobor. sition wns curried by such nu Tho franBeyond n doubt ninny trusts enormous majority. chise, privilege wns limited to tax can, if at all well managed, pro payers instead of allowing ovory duce nt leBB coBt than ludlvldual I qualified voter to express hi a rln linnlil w n M b viowo uii urn ijuuniiuii, un in iu nnrkn cheaper products and thus enable custom in olhor cities when great tho oonsumors to share tho bene- municipal improvements aro to bo undertaken. This wns a concesfits of production on a largo scale. sion to the property holders, who As yet it is a moot question were erroneously supposed to be whether any trust has given us chiefly interested, as if tho burlowor-priceproducts than we den of taxation does not fall, diwould have received from inde- rectly or indirectly, upon laborer pendent producers. Perhaps the as well as millionaire. Tho woprices most frequently quoted by men who held properly wore, altrust advocates are those of sugar lowed an equal voice in (ho matand refined oil. Aud yot there is ter with the men, and all their wns lent to the cnuso of no justiiicntlon lor thoir olniins in progress. either of theso enses. angar . . would certainly, nnd oil probably, The Komi to Wealth. have been cheaper hud thero been no trust in either of theso indusAndrew Carnegie, who wns tries. It Is perhaps unfair to once a messenger boy in Puts-burg- , credit nil of tho rise in prices dinand Is now worth a hundred ing the Inst eight months to the million dollars, gives tho very hundreds of trusts during this simple lemi'dy: time. We wero just passing from "In my opinion the secret of depression to business prosperity money making depends chiefly on and the nnturnl tondeney ofprices five things: Push, 'squareness,' was upward. A candid mnn, clear headedness, economy must credit the greater part rigid adherence to the rule ot and not of many price advances to tlio overworking. Too much work is trusts that have gained control of worse than no work nt nil. It certnin Industries nnd, in some and uncases nave sunt down mills nnd fits a man tho constitution physicalmentally nnd ndvnuced prices. Tho prices ot wire nails havo advanced about ly for the battle of life. Ton 100 per cent, since the trust wus hours of work a day is ns much Tho Courier for Sale formed, nnd some tniils have been ns any man no matter how robustought to nttempt. In adclosed. Tho village of Duncans-yille- , Tho Pennsylvania., is almost dition to theso things, avoid be- sale on Hickman Uouiek i offered for ing too grasping; better make n reasonable ttruw. Tho reason ruined by tho action of tho wire larger one by uucortnin nnd risky for desiring to sell ii, that tho owner and cotton tie trusts, which have having been engaged m its publication closed all the factories in that measures." for near forty years, .Imply desires to place. Tho effects on tho IMMIXISHKU wheat yield. retire from nowspaivr business. The howovor, will bo moro office is well apjMilutul equal if not manifest when business prosperThe June crop report of tho ity begins to sluckon and demand Agricultural Departmont is by no superior to mint country offices, and for goods to fall off. Then the means encouraging to the bears tho paper Ls well ostiillLshed, as In evi trusts will bo compelled to close nnd to sapient European writers denced ny Its long Iif0. Tlio business mills by wholesale to sustain who have been predicting a yield is fair and healthy, bat In no wise exprices. Of this there can tin no of 000,000,000 bushels for the tra retmiucr.ithc only reasonable comdoubt. The price ot nearly all United States and a lower range. pensative for time and money invested. I'liero are iuany yonui; men looking out manufactured articles have of values next fall. We cannot for safe opportnmttitt for business, aud from 10 to 50 per cent, have groat crops always, and af- hero is a chance. during tho past eight months. ter tho two exceptional years of Chomicnl experts tell us that adul- 1897 and 1808 wo should he con (iovkbsok : terations are on the increase. Tho touted with a mutter of 100,000,-00recent slight advances in wages P. WAT. HARDIN. bushels or so less. At any aro perhaps Insufficient to offset rate it seems that wo shall have Subject to tho action of tho Democratic tho great advance in prices, so to bo so for tho prognostications Htato Convention. Hint ns yet may soon of the Cincinnati Price Current bo getting their eharo of prosper- aud other conservative authoriFarmers Free Column, ity. American Monthly Jtoviow ties as to tho diminished yield aro of Keviews for June. confirmed by tho department's Under this heading will hereafter bo authority, which also indicates a published notices not to oxceed 0 linos A new phase lias been introducfalling off in the spring wheat each, from farmers who aro subscribers, who liuvo horses, mules, cows, ed into sluggiug matches. Jeffries' yield. Tho department's May ro sood, &o., for sale, freo of cliargo. father, who is a preacher, is report- port promised about 310,000,000 ed by a "reliable" interviewer to bushels of winter whont, but (he MILCH COWS FOtt 8ALK. have said: "Tho Lord wan in tlio Price Curronf's estimate of Three good milch cows for salo. Apbushels now seems more ply to fight, he was with Jim, and of o. L. Hosu. A condition of 07.3 reasonable. course, lie won." Are slugging per cent, as compared Slock 1'asture. with 83.4, matches to be taken under cure of the menu for tho past fiftoen I havo just opened a good pasture. the clergy? years, Hriny on your btock. s. A. VYaok. tie-twel- without tho slightest inconvenience, ono may travel from CO to 90 miles an hour, nnd even more, and it 1,8 probnblo that in a comparatively short timo, by the introduction of electricity nnd tho perfection of tho steel highways over whioh our poopio will bo transported, wo shall bo able to travel with perfect ease nuu coin-for- t at n speed of from 125 to 150 miles an hour, and ultimately con. aiderably highor. This is tbo conviction of tho most ndunnced engineering minds, who have given the subject careful consideration. To-da- Brigadier Goner! Hnll, now nclively ongae"dt the front in tho Philippines, (Ltees with Gens. La winn and KlnTtrmt it will ro quire 100,000 Atfic trtoin to splendid Selection of quell tho insurreiMOii "' 'h"81' ,H' e H"r ,H n of lands. "Tho ondl long wny off, he'iu." NEW BOOKS, These estlmatfs h11"'" uv ''om manding ofUoorpf.rh" lluVl' "' nu Motive part iti di' Philippine STATIONERY, campaign, mtiHtibe accepted as the views of t&rfrf. Against NOTIONS, &c. Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, &C; them is to be plifrrl thai of Gen Otis, concurred In by the admin(.'all and see our Stock. iFINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.? istration ut Wijjebni.Moi'i to tlio EveryefTeot that n forfpef 30,00(1 reguStir (lenuiiio Seth Thomns Alarm Clocks for $1.00. lars will bo nulUieiit to estab- thing I Doors Knst of Laclede up to date. Hotel, MIOKMAN, KY. lish American ipretnno, aud In maintain order il the Philippines. Mauy JJKitr.Nin'w it Co It. r. TTI.KIt, I'rrn't. ('. 1. IIOMOHIIK, V. I'rr.M. Tho question reimnlng is that of W ('. JOII.NMI1, Oj.hI an accurate slziijgap of the situation as bet weo (tens. Lawtou, Hall and King in one side nnd Otis on tho other. This point ma iow he settled (Siiccraor lo Win ) only by the refti! of the campaign couducte en the ImbIs of UKAI.KR IS General OiIb' oi ,inte. According to tho views ifilens. Lawton, Hall and King, i tiiupuign with but 30,000 Amer is in (he field am tio.ooti. moans n long w r If they are Solicits your business. We nflnr tho iiiohI Lllioml Aiifouiinodntioiih correct In regard tituch force tie to our UustoinerH CoiiNiMtiMit with KslnlillHlied inadequate, the otstnut sacrifice HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. Hiiiikint Principles. in American life (trough disease and deaths in not ot will bo greater than Ira Inrg rirmy were emIt.T.TYliHU. O. A. IIOLCOMHK. .1. NAYLOU, V. II. HALTZKK -ployed. In addl os, also, AmeriFUHK OKIilVHKY. M J. V. GOWniliL. W U. McCUTOHKy, M. II. SilAW. can prestige wil ufl'or through failure to meet ttt militant Tolophono-aio- ro No. Ul; of tho Phi irjine situation. The American people will not No. 00. fnll to condemn hi incompetent am'aiti'mi;hs r tiii: t:i.MiKATt:i policy resulting Id a long nnd costly war. The Uve been im pntlont of the 1 iltppino bungle continuance of from the Hlnrt. shortsighted hi J incompetent methods is verj Ike'y to moot lake that will with a popular not soou bo forgi tteu, Cash Book Store. KEEliRj cc HA.1T1DLE, &&J I. E, Bartiett, HICEHA2T Paid J, sini'i.fs HIOKIVIAN, KENTUCKY. 8 ANK Fancy Groceries and Provisions, Capital $50,000.00 iMininn, nionrs DIRECTORS do-uinn- Hes-idenc- o, UK RMAi WAGON CO.. L i well-founde- d Woman's Work In New Orleans. d -- how-ove- r, IF Cuba isn't impendent In two years her pa rlts propose to destroy nil Amer cti investments by fire. Undo t ins generosity has evidently tt ttiucod them that he has tnone o burn. It is learned bit pod authority that the rovolutlomry element of Cuba have fornivt plot to ap ply the torch all liter the island if America does ul (acknowledge Cuban iudeponde c in course of two years. It is known tl It conspiracy in rising among It negroes to murder tho white Ifro Tho groea have inarkt-house holds for doslrnc ), Mobs are prevail -oni ami big Birmingham (Aln Eiihange. Successful oen, I prosperous corporations, nnda tibiorions po liticnl party, eiiii no exchange, must expect to to reviled, libelled, slandered, it rigeed against, persecuted, pursuit, abused and showered with Mine Mad pggn, mud and decaycdjegetubles. The Cincinnati rftqairer is about to bo sued for 50000JdainageH hj the Congregalloiid '.Church or America for prilling) In its not uinus (ho nssertita thai the lie publicnn party mis born In n church of that (.ennniinnllnn in Wisconsin. The elm'roh should win the suit. AT Columbus Ohio, the officer of several of the hiding churches havo decided thutladies must remove thoir hats it church. Tlie Baptist church Im hit upon a new scheme for enforcing tho rule. They have sovrr.il maids who will wait on tho ladiee ns they nnd take theirhats and wrap issuing checks for them. It is believed thin wi.i cultivate the habit of removing lints. i r The Til M BEST OFFER i.uuii: Ever Made by a Newspaper! PAOKs KVKItV WKKK KOIt ONLY coltij ik h.n rriil.wFrkltr Uanlill (iriiiril In tlir nrrI worl'l, C4niiiriine l. (li ntw In lfht jmj inic nnu in itrpuiilie Model JIimiup on fur fl.ftO Tli" (IrpiililM Siin.l.ir M.iiinn ib A of lfil)7 lire homr jiiiintnl at ih.. wt Im., IS Inr 4 f Inn H vrjr wBk, I lilli-eU- a (i7.Rri.ui uir urw inii itiiii lln prl Mini. Ii cdtiiain uior jrr iiwijt .rti In ny $1.50. ftr' uil-nk- lr nrnnrr rleiurr ti.I Mr nitfl Tltr an I pnii aniri'in'r li Tin' mdilietli.ni iT ollirr Th Mtmiinp will Ih ! I n.ilr in rtnnrllpii hut k. tinill pira'rl)r tli Aililrr'n ll orilrt In ilitn niffri i miiril Wirn 1 Krtilile MKtii wild ih nihr 1111111101 llin Ion lo Itf-iibl- u. nu: scr.i-uiu.- st. i.ui. .iio. en-to- work-ingme- d When you go to Arkansas or Texas you can iravel in comfort ir A,sk ,llc "ckct aRent for a ticket via the COTTON 1JHLT KOUTH can ride In a reclining chalrcar, without extra you cost, and thus avoid the discomforts you would encounter In an ordinary car. The cnairs are arranced so you can have a comfortable scat during the day and a to sleep at night. Each car Is supplied with a ladies dressing room and a gen. Icmcn'. smoker. You will not have to bother anout changing cars, cars run through from Memphis and Cairo to Texas without chinS! Direct connections arc made at Cotton Belt junctions with For all parts of Texas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma and the far trains West. If you me thinking or uklnc a trip, mile ami tell ua where yon re Kofnir ami when you will leave, and we tell your ticket will co.t. what train lo take eo will makeyoii how much to t ami comiecllon.. ami anythlni; cite we can that willle heln make TO TljXAS," will Le mailed Itee to any aildreia. 0 H. ADAHI, Travcllui; Maneuver Avent, CAIRO, 1M wage-earner- s E. W. UBEAUMH, uen-- i raia'r ana Tkt. (43) Agent, ST. I.OU18. MO. CO DR. 8. K. DAVrDBON H, F; REMREY. di Altorney-at-Law- . pro-duct- IIIOKMAN, .Dentist. ICKNTUOKY & onico up Htniro, Holcombo Building. 280,-000,00- 0 Offloo ovor Oowgill & OowrIII'b HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. Drug Store. Will practice In all Uourbi of tho Stato, WW.? M V,