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XXXIV, NO. 31. a v. ajmmmmmmmmtnmmfn-mwmmwmmwmm- Local and Personal. a" Ett?fintit s OUR NEXT GOVERNOR, The Republican Nominee. . I Ellisons .... OFFER kMw. Gcorcla Elllxnn TV.... A Will Mrs. W. G. Hcflpv vUitiuK in Mayfleld. t vldlitim 5. l ".! uuiut N ire K nnl pIiI i.l p..n There aooins little doubt but ' that' Gen. Taylor the present Rettorney-Getiorapublican will be. the llepnblicaii nominee for l, "A i A 'i I Miss Amilo Wehman. of ran Iu town this week. Mr. iiml St. Lnnl. Governor. Hip instructions are THIS WEEK ti & Summer Lawns at 25c. Silk Mousseline DeSoie, Sold curly in season at GOo, I fn A1 r..r,...ti pseuds Iu town Oils week. Lockliart, of Union City., M: """ tho guest of W. M. Shaw thin week. ! Mr. II II (1 Mm ArOiiir RI.iki. f Jfote Lino, are guests of Mru. w! M. ...!. " Wiavr. Chw. LY J y K tt Now 25 and 40c. 1 Mr. John Cnlllitnr niul AfiM T.omi i'LcwU. of Throo States, Mo., were mar- itkq wouciay last. It t MitthCH May Pcarco and Until Stono, w auian, nru visiting Prof. J. O. Jheck 8 family. Indications Favor Stone. more than both his competitors, .luilgo Prntt aud Auditor Stone though combined, there are enough counties not yet reported s to roverao that. Democratic seem to think that Taylor will b the easiest to heat of tlio tliare, from tho fact that ho was a bitter enemy ot Gov. Bradley aud the friend of Hunter,' and that Bradleys friend will knife him. pa-per- l jr . CliallieS, V were 20c; nowl2ic worth 50c at 25c. i All-Wo- ol ChallieS, Were 80. Rice & Naylor havo CAtublinlictl a branch house at Oayco, with Eugene JNajlor in charge. CM T. V 4tu u. A WJHJIUI1, ....II IJIUVTII, Ul nU.... III preach on the. subject "Christian" at Poplar Grovo Church next Sunday. Nainsook Checks, in Item mints, 6c. "' The Democratic State Convention had made no nominations up to 7 o'clock; yesterday evening. !...., Stone a ml Goobol force combined and elected Chairman over Over 20 years experience iu re- Hardin man by 551 5 0 to 529 pairing fine watcne and clocks. Satis- The combine means the nomiria-tio- n faction guaranteed or money refunded. of Stono by aboht the same R. W. Buck.-n- . Wheat Prices. The papers are disposed to modify former reports as to full wheat yield in tho Unitod States, but the improved prospects in Russia and Koumauia, it is claimed more than tho short yield in certain sections in this country. Prices will bo normal, with Blight tendency to advance. Last year nppeared to be a good year for farmers to hold their wheat, which many did, nnd lost. It may be again this year, but there are more reasons now to suggest that prices ultimately will' advance than thero were in 1808. This is dangerous ground however, and each farmer should be governed by his own circumstances, surroundings and conditions. off-set- s fjf 1-- The- - Silk Waists, $3.50 quality; now $2.75. 3 I French Organdies reduced from 20c to 15c. Fancy Suitings at 8c ; were 10c. jf2 m IfcW 't Z. P. W. S. ELMSON. j iuiuiuui.uiiuuiaiauiuauiuuuuuuuiiuwuiuiUiiiiuii A. 1st-WW. r OLIVER. Blacksmith and Undertaker. 'MW,v. faid in Washincton that Admiral Dcwqy in unwilling to Mucejit i home for hiniBcH, Wut , is in 44 It BARBBOIT r-- TlUESDi Thamday. Jnae 2WH. Allison Tyler and Henry Ambcrg, students at Washington nnd Lee, LexVa., r 1' t iif.. - i. ington,Victor will arrive homo yestern. iMipiiT x f fir. t c. vr ( unai ciuss ourun Amberg returned Jmuw, both of this county, wcro mar day. ried Monday, tno luth, receiving tho A. O. Holmes, connly Surveyor, is congratulations of runny friends. engaged making a beautifully colored Prof. W. E. Lmnloy. some yeans map of Fulton County. ThU map will a ago priucipal of Hickman College, has snow tho lino or every public road in ieen necira President of ine. oiaic tho countv nbont 70 ,lHll each road School ut Gainesville, Fla., aud trict iu colors. From this tho .issign- Iihs accepted tho position. niont of road hnnrlH will bo mudo bv Imifl fu.tjlrtltri ntil ... iiukilitritililtif 4tll . ..u.. .v,.K..u.tMfc ,.. iiH-snro mo clays wncu tho grasw "' c V.vqws and when tho hizv man attomnte the bo wmiancnt. easy porch, Special services for Christians and fttortlnau comes chair ou thosuggests along and tat hta wtfo Sinners will begin at the Baptist Church that, tho lawn needs mowing again. , next Sunday morning, aud will cou- - tlnuo as long us it is expedient and Tho npoplo of Union City arc atriprofitable. Tho pastor, W. W Horner, Wed over tho removal of the post-o- f flee front its present slto to where the will bo assisted by Eld. T. B. Kay, pas k iunnturo factory was. It is tor of tho lnimauncl UaDtist Church at Ulnied that a majority oppose the re- - Nashvillo, Tenn. Every member of tho j community and vicinity' is cordially in ral. vitcd to bo present at all tho services Judge RobbliiR adjourned tho FnUoa.GuardY Dr..Rad;Mr. J. U. titew the at tornext Thursday, 20th. in thin Lome. ... . le given on tho old Centennial grounds See . e- first barbecue of tho season will announce-hifii- t rote. M dis-om- ! o 4 ' . I Control Public Utilities K 1. HJitfTl 5!Mik itdtif. Baai, I &c or alia krp llort.tiuintf a full lint oi fprcUlty rfiulr'ln tSltont ,ifnHfi? .Southern Studcnth' iX T "v Undertaker's Goods C-r- Hd L'oiiffrrHrp ClirtHtliR Asso. Young Woiar-n'elation Conrentlon. 1899. Juno lfith-27tCommon, Ito.rwooJ, nnd folM mok AMiUvIlleTN. 0., wliich' en lt For tho alKivo occaidon all coupon Walnnl Como ami . ml M ron-li- t tioket agents of the Mobile & Ohio Kail-roa- d filled up In hnrl iiotirr, will sell tickets to Ashovlllo, N. 0. prlcf. Oivf tu a call. r t Mobile And Ohio and various auiusemenU for tho children indulged iu. Tho report was current ou the streets Wheat Hixiii Jfc Eversol announce that ther thU week that Jess Wiley, a and return at rate of One First-Glas- s are iu tho market to buy wheat, ana colored boy of this place, employed ou Limited Faro for tho round trip, tickets win pay tno highest market price, it a steamboat, was bound hand and foot and thrown overboard for insulting a in bo sold Juno I.'lth, Nth, IGth and 16th, any quantity, small or largo lots. limited for return nawtago to Juno aeth. Hokk & EVERSOL. white lady. Wo do not vouch for tho order. &o. Oowmltteet Jasper "TSdwarfli ami v. b. lilakemore. nupply of tnenti and nil thine needed. Speaking, music, dam log, and other amutpmenta. Good AUUTtint It ia a favored doctrine advocated by many Populisto that tbe Government should own and con trol what Uay ,caiy?abUe Utilitl ! w iv,re' vmnaiaiiuteii. lof t74mB: 292 of which nre-- ijeono i; uqua,saoasun.iiieuano, 3iagglo ho tno it ia exttntlod to Inelade Betrio niiual. r ' ' ox aim Marie JJrevani. jicssm Jtvinley such factories and luduatries aa. The ladies of tlie Episcopal Church ) Handle, Kev Horner, Wan! Lulen, Geo. held a Lawn Foto iu tho beautiful .'leaenam. jonu mijtkk. m. toouion uonn. servo tho public nooda, aa bread, grounds at tho homo of Mr. Geo. Bart-let- Dr. Sam Lnteii, and Mr. and Mrs. Gus clothing, etc., ao. The eld markf Thu&duy evening, at which ico Bard. ed out bj the Poptliota for the croam and tho ices were, served, musio ConTho Fulton i , iMk: ' PA J t, Wnnled. well-know- n truth of tho rumor. Railroad. TIIKI'OI'UI.All LINK KOIt Ifn, Clillnooa, Mohllr, Minntl, Hl.Uid,Olileco,Si. ranl.Oiiinlin Kn Clly. Detroit, Toledo, ami nil jmlm. Norih, Kl and W.t, (Mrn. New )r. rltlr, Atlnntr., ,Mliuln, Clurlf.loii, .Uekeonellle, nil nil wiiil l Itirminelinm Monlgoincrj, Nnli-elll- e, Tlnnis Turn-fi- Tmpi, Port CIh.h in the .South' Oonolie nt. with nJ coinjilfle lolln momn nnd Urntorlen for Uille e nnd j;f n. llenwii. l'ortrr In nttfnilmiee chnrgfd AUo with h eiijiforl of III tMiijrr V.HlbuUJ Plce HleepliiK Care willi lrwlo( lluoin mid llufet brlwren 3i Loui mnl Mobile, New Drlrtini, Mont fomery, ThoniHetllle nnd JacWonille. Blrcrini Vfilbiiled-Flrruoklii(5 room, Miss Mary Way no Murphy royally entertained at her home at Westviow" Mausiou, four miles from tho city, in honor of Misses Lutcu aud Fuqua, of Hickman. A splendid repast was spread at the usual hour. A jollr We have decided to remain in the JEWELRY BUSINESS and crowd was present. Fn ltou Leader. Elder W. W. Horner has tendered have made large additions of the his resignation as pastor of the Hiok-maBaptist Church, lie expects to enter tho Baptist Theological Seminary m a student in September. Ho is a chru- to the MeyerV stock. gifted, promising young minWith the Largest Stock, the Lowest Prices, and an absolute guar- ister, and has a good future of useful antee that all goods will bo exactly as represented, we ask our custom- ness before him. The Democratic mass convention ers to give us their patronage. Saturday last was she largest ever held iu the county. Perhaps the convenBook and Jewelry Store, tion when the party split on tho gold- silver issuo, taking the two conven Mr. A. w. tions together, was larger. The New, Reliable Jewelry Store. County Democratic vention, Saturday hut, was brief iu its proceeding aud thoroughly harmonious Tho Stono men were largely in the majority, so much so that General Hardin's friends bowed promptly and loyally, voting to make Stone's nomination unanimous without the show of a fight. A number of gold Democrats were pre.ent and participating in the convention divided as were other Democrats as to their choice The thorough good will duplayod throughout, nothing to wound or hurt any Democrat's feelings, put differences not referred to, no shouting, huzzaing or jeering for one aide over tno other, but OTorrtninrj Dcm in ood will a real ooratao oonveaiion, and we predict the Government to ooonpy ia competition nnd oatrel )riM; and tho areasaeut of tbe Poptxliste ia that tho people kaH beHter tract their owe GovsnuMnt toward owning end eectreUing saoh groat lotaresto ratker'than pretty well oooapisd by tbe Trtate aud Oorabinoc. Tee object of Ike Oombinoe, or Traste, ie to bill oit atedj n raaltj vill bo good. depcudent apon the iokereat cupidity o lodlvidaale who May band toathcr to aeooBpliab tbe he camo purpopo. VI NEWEST AND LATEST NOVELTIES tian-lik- Wilson's The Biggest! The Cheapest! The Best!,,SitegFtr& r- - 'FI tirnernl Trmflio T. 10U. Mobile, Aln E. K l'OSKY, Oeorrm Pnoeiifcer A(ini. J. 1 Mmmirr $ HOT WEATHER GOODS! $ WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED NEW 'LINE i A sad, aad accident occurred Sun-daresulting in the death eisawc of &c ftrjsd lxy, Mrs. Spehjht, aud so nocx trvjeif to hereon, Mr. Robe. H. W ilia cconty. Mr. Speight hvi Levi va '&dtAh Junction to meet hfj metis? vro vu to axrivo there ou her in an th trtir, ca 1 vtm Jonlan, tU"v x ojj tome near old lady &! caxaiy. Oa taeir way tho aacVntituy 1st her wnbrolla fall, strik-ii- j ttsfcass, vkiahtook fright, ran. ntwriy uucoutroi-ableatf3', SAil lhs c!'i lady waa thrown violeut-lVja b ?ny, and died iu a few minuUii from ihn shook and internal asd Ur. Speight, struggling to centred ths Lome, had one leg broken diilocatod. It ii believed and one that be will recover, but will bo a crip-ply '". Booming Gorman. ern Democrats hero and friends of ex Senator Gorman are booming him at tho only candidate who can unlto democracy and witi iu 1000. liin friends are very The ltailroutl and the Farmer. ) Br.-- Washington, Juno 20. East- ii 1 i c:a v r. o in: Ufa. Tho railrond is of the greatest service to tho farmer. They haul livo cattle aud perishable fruita vegetables from distanoea that would bo impossible with the old mathoda of transportation, such products would perish on the way, and, besides carrying more stable products, it brlnge tho farmer lna implements and fertilizers. In faot, if he bad to haul all hia products by wagou, many largo areas in this ooantrr could not be workod, beeaasa they are so far trom the markete that the cost of shipment tu the old way would be prohibitive. The railroad puts tho farmer iu touch with tho consumer, uo natter what distance may separato thum. Indeed, tho railroad and steel steamship open to tbe American farmer the whole world ae a market. The steel steamer ie much more economical than tbo wooden aniliug vessel which it has supplanted, bucauso it is several times larger, much safer aud faster than tbo sailing ship, uud vet It requires a smaller crew uud a shorter period of time to make a trip, resulting iu a great saying of wages. Tbe farmer goto the ben-ofof these differences iu lower be-eaus- and Weatber Kxlruiuus. o YOU GET MORE COUUIKK In Hie JOURNAL than in nny other r per publlibed both Id tutllty nml TWIOK-A-WEK- White White Shirt Waists, Sailors, Organdies, Lawns, Dotted Swiss, Etc. the Latest, ' qunnllty. 104 Papers One Year For 50 Cents, NAL letbe eijunl of ninny lUUIes, nnd the superior ef nil other unpen. It prints more reel newe, more ko"I oUee mnller, more ood Morlee, than nnr other. ! A good lied WedneeiUy mid Saturday. comwleelon to egenis. Sample copies free Write to u nppllcnllon. COURIER-JOURNA- The TWICE-A-WKE- K COUIUEIl-JOUR- . Tlte very Goods to make you comfortable during the HOT WEATHER. BAL TZBR & BQBJDS. PHOTO BUTTON TICKET with each purchase of 91.00 or more, i s- - L CO,, - LOUISVILLE, KY. i the thermometer rufiictered trout to 95 in tho shade and no one could keep cool. Mr McUuuley 'i also ttpoke of ths 8tb day of June 1854 when '.ha b&rb&sEe v. uh held in Uulhittuu to cvlQ brute the completion or tbs Ooviugtou and railroad, tha Kentucky There wese a tremen-douCentral. riowd iu tovo. Thy ludiea were drensad iu tLoir lifiht autu-me- r sfsoruoou a duda, aud iu uold rain oet l'J natl tkiusa were After that in a dreadful intwa. ruin (here trs no aoro that i aud (be year went down in history as tho Crat real dry year, transportation. but thure bava bon othora. iouu, Doraoarat. 91 Lux-iiigto- MeOanUy, who Mr. Bolomon keept a ulusu wutch on the weather and is Momewhut u prophet with a pluuty of honor iu bio own count o, iufonuu uh that be recnl-It-et- a on tliw uth day of June 1851) thero wau auub a usavv frost that Irish potatoes, com trmi everything that could be hurt were cut to the ground. On J Quo 5, ISM n s to huiu-me- r, it Oyn-tbiaut- e Sclantiio Amer !J '. c-Tfcr.: ! in$Mb- rt"f'tK -- wwvw LLiUski XlMJmMMtiimKmm.r The ffickmnn Courier headqdartees removal re' Gen. QEOltUB WARUEM, A CAR HELD UP BY A Ml - ,,a SERIOUS MINE. DISASTER. "' .. tin en Men Wer Killed In na 1'iplnslan la I no tun nonunion colliery hi Ulace liar. Capo llralum i HIE TRAGIC DEATH OF LUNA. & Publisher. KENTUCKY. ltrookr Will Occupy the merlr Uncil lir ''" Iltaneo Cnb.n 1'reparln-- Another Sertoli Ktot ut I'lewlnnd J Women Assisted the Striken Dls-- l pcr.etl lir he l'ullrr. tSpniiUh Ian Mr-- 44 Prl.oner Claim, to V Have lUea Better Be Wise Than Rich. Itnr.. to the Aaiandiiatlou of the (leiieral. New I.lst. UICKMAN. : i In CURRENT TOPICS. Only one man In height. 203 is over six feet "'i i !' r v . J ! Moliuas and to begin the preparation of the new lists. The work was begun Monday. Gen. Rodriguer mailed personal notices and published in all the newspapers of the island instructions to divisions corps reg. mental and company comWeldon, X. G 2,000 commercial travelers manders to send, as soon as possible, Neaiilv lost their positions when the tobacco comnlete data the names of all tho trust was formed. nen of their commands with the dates La no It strikes of a most serious charf their enlistment and the periods of acter are prevalent at present in sc fer- service. The preparation of the lists al European countries. ill be pushed forward with all speed, Tiik principal trade of Rradford, because of the pitiable condition of the Ivng., Just now is said to be in mercersoldiery, virtually mobilized miles from ized cotton dress goods. Wisconsin legislature has for- home at the pay stations. Thk Some interesting discoveries have rebidden the use of living rooms W sulted from the observations made by manufacturing purposes. Il.U, has joined the the otllclals charged with studying the :5l'HINCiFli:u, list of cities where the trades unions tidal currents in Havana harbor. All will erect a labor temple. the observations show a constant outQi;kkn Victohia has seen every ward flow, with only a of tlironc in the world vacated at least fresh water. Owing to the once, and some of them several times. shoals at the extreme west end of Tiik greatest number of suicides large deposits harbor take place in the month of June and the fewest in the month of September. of mud and other tilth have been the but it is believcl O.nlv four independent states remain made there, in Africa. They are Abyssinia, Moroc- that with proper dredging and an orco, Liberia and the Orungc Free State. dinary amount of attention the harAt.i. the locomotives on the Sant& Fe bor can be made clear, thus doing railroad in lamoruia arc run with pe- away with the possibility of infection. troleum for fuel. It costs about the Although salt is the natural disinfecaame as coal. tant, it is not thought that much Vkudi denies that he is writitig a comes from the main currcnt,although opera, lie says that "Falstaff" is new there is probably some from the shoals. his last work and that his labor in this world is over. Tut: German government has nomi- GANG OF MASKED ROBBERS. nated, and the president ha: Accepted, Uaron August Von Bruck as consul at They Ilolil l'p the Iteeelver anil l'lve Kin- Havana for Germany. piojes of a Traction Company' OMca llKGiNNi.vo July 1, the employes of Secured About M,UOO the government printiug oflicc at I'mi.ADF.i.riiiA, June 20. A gang of Washington will receive 50 ccntr an hour, or St per day of eight hours. masked robbers probable ten in numThe Italian govcrnraent,for 27 years ber, early Monday morning raided tho has guaranteed to the pope an annual receiving ofllce of the Falrmount l'ark income of about Sl'5,000, which he Ua Trn.nfcportn.tlou Co. at ltcltnont, in kteadlly refused to accept. The arrears Valnnouat VarUJand ntter lloUHun, uji ut this nnuuUy amount bow to oet the receiver and five other employes of $20,000,000. the railway, blew open the safe, Tiik Compania General of Manila, securing S,000, the company's rethe largest cigar making concern in ceipts for two days. Frank Leavan, the world, employs over 10,000 hands, and turns out every year 80,000,000 receiver, Frank Watson and Henry cigars, 40,000,000 cigarettes, and nearly H. Whitchouse, conductors; James b,000 tons of cut tobacco. Cavanaugh. fireman, of the powerAlong the Adriatic sea swallows and house; l'hilip Eaves electrician, and other migratory birds are caught every William Cadmus laborer, were bound year by the hundreds of thousands hand and foot with wire. In addition and eaten by the Italians, who spread men who actually committed nets, in which as many as 300 to 5(M of to the the robbery, others operated miles the tired birds are caught at once. The rcost expensive hat on record away from the scene by destroying cost SI, 500 in gold, and was presented telegraph and telephone wires conto Gen. Grant while in Mexico in 18S2. necting with the trolley company's It is now on exhibition in the National main oflicc. museum in Washington perhaps the The Falrmount Park Transportation finest Mexican sombrero that was ever Co. operates various lines of trolley made. cars through the park for pleasure The bill for the Hradley Martin din- riders. being unusually ner in New York for 60 persons footed heavy on The trafllcand Sundays Saturdays the up S",525, of which S53 was olives, caviare, celery, radishes and bread, which robbers evidently decided upon Monshows that the Uradlcy Martins do day morning as being a good time to not overlook the little luxuries to a make a big haul. dinner. The men above named were all in Tub death penalty Is rarely enforced the oflicc when the burglars made their in 'Germany, Austria. Denmark or appearance. Each intruder was armed Sweden. In New York U out of IS with two revolvers and they took murderers escape without any punish- employes completely by surprise. the It ment, and in the United States only one murder in fifty suffers capital pun- was the work of a few moments for tho robbers to pinion the workmen, who ishment. M Ahmed men, according to a German were rolled over to one side of the investigator, live longer than bachel- room, with their faces to the wall. Ten ors, and are less Ilk ply to become in- minutes later the safe had been cracksane. Another argument for matri- ed and the gang disappeared. mony is found in the fact that there are 3S criminals among every 1,000 THE REVOLVER MISSED FIRE. bachelors, while among married men the ratio is only 18 per 1,000. Not tlu least interesting among the I'romlnent ItuKlnem Man of llurr Oak, Mich., Attempt! to Kill IIU Wir new occupations for women is that Afterward Committed Suicide. which lias been opened at Vienna. There, in the "gayest city in the Buim Oak, Mich., June 20. -- At the world," is a woman grave digger. She dinner tablo Monday night, John T. is the first professional woman grave Holmes, a prominent business man, digger in civilized Europe. The microscope has revealed many drew a revolver, pointed it at his wife wonders, among others that the com- and pulled the trigger. The weapon mon caterpillar has 4,000 muscles in ndbscd Arc and he was speedily dis- his body, that the drone bee's eyes armed by his son. IIo then each contain 1,300 mirrors, and tha. left the house en- and the large, prominent eyes of the bril- deavorcd to jump Into tho liant dragon flics are each furnished river. When he was forcibly preventwith 28.000 polished lenses. ed from doing this he went to the A new alloy, containing a largo quantity of aluminum, is a German in- back yard where he commenced to act vention to replace the ordinary typo strangely. Ho denied having taken metal composed of lead, nntimpny and poison, but in a. few minutes died In convulsions. Domestic troubles arc tin. Besides being other advantages, such as the qualities believed to have made him temporarily of taking and giving off ink readily, insane. Dr. Hblmes owned consideraare claimed for this alloy. ble property in Toledo. The report of the Russian departs Capt. C'lchlitn In Trrre Haute. ment of prisons shows that in the Veiiiik Hautk, Ind., June past two years tho total number of persons banished to Siberia has been Joseph 11. Coghlan, of tho United 20,050, of whom S91 were women. States cruiser Raleigh, arrived in tho "D:r.i.v-IAI.I.until 30" is the watch- city Monday afternoon. He was acword of a club of "bachelor in companied by his wife, whoso home Michigan. The members pledge them- was formerly in this city. While hero selves not to wed or even entertain they will be tho guests of their kinsproposals to marry till three decades woman, Mrs. J. II. O'Royle, at whose have passed over their heads. The original draft of the confeder- residence a reception will be tendered ate constitution is in the possession ol' them Monday evening. Capt. Coghlan Longstreet Hull, of Athens, Go. Mr. is on his way to I'ugct sound and en Hull is a grandson of Thomas II. II. route he and his wife will stop at St. Cobb, chairman of the comrnlttei Louis uxd Belleville, 111., his former which drew thu document some. ' water-powe- r, hri-gad- lSuio. Ok.v. Gkokok W. Wkst Is dead nt Athol. Mass. Votino liy machine is gaining in popularity in the cast. Makk Twain says Vienna is the Avickedest city on earth. Aitoirr 4,000,000 bottles of pickles are ronsumed weekly in the United States Tut: last issue of the London (Eng.) directory, it is said, weighs U pounds. O.v an average 200 carrier pigeons are olllcially kept in every Gcrmm fortress. A i.ai'.ok cotton mill will be built at High Shoals near Harden, h C. IJhitisii consuls arc now required to tend important trade reports and news by telegraph. A Lahok silk mill is to be built at Koanoke Rapids, about four miles from Gen. Rrookc's headquarters is already on the move from El Vedado to the palace, formerly occupied by Marshal lllanco, in Havana nrovince. The removal will be com before-thit is expected, pleted, close of the first week in July. It means a loss to El Vedado oi many who now reside there, as they will move ulso to be near headCity residents are gratilled quarters. because of the inconvenient train service between Havana and El Vedado, and also because, at this season, tho traveler is apt to be caught by the Havana, Juue 20. Clkvki.a.nu, O., Jun'o 20. Up t o'clock Monday afternoon this proti ed intost e to be tho most uneventful da.v the big street railway strike. At tl hmir another serious riot broke on ('Friday an entlvelv now quarter and one union man was sent to tho )iospitna(', 'urrcd. nl South Sidney, 0. Ik, June 17. Th nppalllug diraster in the Cape llireton oal mining regions occurred nt tho taledonia mine at Glace llav. Vhe colliery of the Dominion Coal Co., I when two explosions the death of eleven consequence. Tho company began Monday tho operation of two new Hues those o Seoville ami Central avenues The pn'ii, ,.ie Gen. Maximo Gomes has instructed Gen. Rafael Rodriguez, his chief of staff, to open an ofllce at Dulnta de los heavy rain. e, sul-curre- s, had accumulated in the old rkiugs. The full force of men eiu- mploycd In the u.lue at night Is about , but tho night shift had just ,opped work and all but about f0 had J' the Inlne. There was scarcely an Permission between the concussions. '.ie llrst was a dull boom. Tnen there u n rumbling nolsu like an earth-V-iksucceeded by a deafening, pro- igcd and awful roar.'vhlch reverber cd among the hills for miles and the t ck of which shattered glass in dry direction, in the immediate . .ity of the disaster. The meaning ol sound was wull understood t'oughout the mining district and imoui people flocked to tho mine Hefore they arrived suffocat ,i volumes of coal smoke began tc tour out, showing that tiro had the explosion. The ofllclalcof thu mine were nmonf "e first to reach the shaft. A tally of e men showed that some three score ure missing, but ltatcr a number ol in. miners appeared, having escaped y a slope. There were about 23 In Ae company who were able to report tcir presence to the anxious frlendi the shaft, but several others whe nd managed to get out of the slope Ud fallen, overcome by therxhaustiou the fumes which they had inhnlcd. Mien these had been reached it wai indent that at least 20 men, and postl y 30. had been cut off by the cxplo-Any who survived ton and perished. ..i Vie explosion would quickly have j:cr- lieil from suffocation. Of the incidents attending the rx .Oiion, the survivors were for a long S imo too confused to give an intelligCOL. D. B. HENDERSON. ent account. There was no apparent Frospectlve Speaker of the House of He anger at, midnight, nor up to 3 o'clock, WILL INCREASE THE ARMY. rcm'ntiulvei.) hen the underground tnanarcr. nomas Johnson, now missing, last Not llifnre Ilia Tint of Ailfuit Can Ilia THE CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL "ported. Nuiuher or Soldiers lu III I'tilllpplns. lie llruuchl to the l.lmlu E.ery Man Attached to Dewey's Fleet I)tr, Shortly after 4 o'clock the uatchman 6llLgIlKa Kandburtitni; wood,--3nu-tl InB Mi lluttle;afiManUa Will . w . 'Ha..., - . er TrymBSjlJrow jvaa uotHied. most favorable r.1,,..i,Tfc.tj in. tff circumstances It will the rxplc tecU"tTie'hrtlJut Washington, June" 20. It Is staM ll la i occurred. I he woric or rescue be hardly xslblo for tho governat the navy department that ri--y 19 s. promptly undertaken by Assistant ment to Increase Its army In up to the 36.000 tier&l Manager Johnson anil Daniel the Philippine mau attached to the Olympta, Host .n, rltn. underground manager of the limit before the first of August. About Haltimore, Concord. Raleigh, I'et d and McCulloch during the battle .n Hub colliery, with a large number ol 0,000 of the troops destined for service in the Philippines, and included in the Manila harbor, regardless of ranker ncrs. ft&.OOO force, are still in tiilt station, a medit The party were confronted with will receive country ud will not be able to roach of honor. The McCulloch, whici aiany uilucmlies. .Men, women and was a revenue at children hung about the opening ol the see ae of action for lire or six cutter tho outbreak of the war, was tram 1 no slope, weeping and distracted weeks. The ollleinU of the wnr defcrrcd to the naval service nnd added lOowu below a pitchy darkness pre partment are making every effort, howto Adm. Dewey's fleet. She rendered railed, lighted by occasional brilliant ever, to expedite their departure; cfllcient support in the brilllatt bursts of the conflagration raging nnd to that end have arranged the immediate preparation The lamps for pit. the engagement which culminated in through the transports Miendan, the annihilation of the Spams', oft tho rescuing party shed fee- of Pennsylvania, Kcalandiannd Valencia. gleams and the volunteer! fleet, nnd also carried the first ble ofllcial news of Adm. DcwcyV rr. groped their way down into tho mine, These vessel are all at San Francisco, tory to Hong Kong. In view vi the poisonous gasscs almost choking and have a total capacity of 4, 100. UnAfter a brief time a body wn less present plans miscarry all theso these facts It was deemed proper that them. tho ollicers and men of the McCulloch brought up, then another, and anoth- vessels will start for Manila before tho should share equally with the others er, until 11 had been brought to the cud of the mouth. In addition to theso In the distribution of the congressional surface. None of them were mangled, tcinforcements provisions will have to The bodies be made for the transportation of about medals notwithstanding the fact that but all were blackened. d side by side in the large room 1,700 recruits now undergoing Instructho McCulloch has since resumed her irerc.la tions nt the Presidio of Sim Francisco, regular duties in the revenue cutter la the oflicc building. and the 13th regiment of Infantry, In tho midst of the excitement at service under tho treasury department. tho mouth of the shaft, the unconscious numbering about 1.S00 men. now- in CannlbalUiu In Alaika. form of Manager liroivn was brought camp nt Mlddlctowu, Pu. San Fuancisco, June 20. A story of to the surface. The opening of a doot starvation and cannibalism comes in one of the passages was followed by KIDNAPER BARROW GUILTY. from Circle City, Alaska. Michael Daly, aa explosion, and Mr. Hrown fell Hentenc. Carrla Victor Ediar and M. Provost lost their down, having been made senseless by He (Jet. a l'ourteen-Yea- r III Per. June., the ur(e lilrl. way on tho trail from Circle City to the shock. four Year In Slata. l'rlon Jimtown last winter, and their liodles of the efforts of the rctcuIn spite have just been found. Daly's body had Ing party, the proportions of the Arc Nr.w Yohk, June 17. The jury trybeen partly eaten by his companions, In the pit soon forced them to give all ing George II. Harrow, the kidnaper, whose remains were found five miles attention to that. The work had to retired to consider their verdict at away. Four hundred dollars were be stopped at frequent intervals owing 11:50 a. in., Friday. They were out found on the bodies. to danger from fire damp, and with only 25 minutes and then return-eacliLretreat of tho men the lire travel- with a verdict of guilty. Judge! unr A Fatt Old. ' ed. with double fury.' man Immediately sentenced Harrow to Chicago, June 20. W. M. Hayes fNoitTuSvUNKV, C II., Jnne IT. At H years and 10 months nt hard labor three-yea- r old colt, Donaldbaln, by j SO Friday afternoon all the miners in Sing Sing. Strathmcre-GlndncsMonday ran had been accounted for except 11. The After Harrow had been entenccd, seven furlongs at the Hawthorne trai body of Donald Martin was the only Holla Anderson, alias Came Jones in l:25tf. This is the fastest time ever one missing. the nurse gill, wai called to tho bar made in the west, and fastest, with anil .sontence I to four yenn.' imprison-incuKer York Hotel Itiiru. one exception, ever made In the L'nitcd New Yoiik, Juno 17. St. John's Park States on other than a straightnway Clemency was accorded Carrie Jones hotel, on Hudson street, was gutted by course. because she confessed and tumid fire Friday morning, and four guesti I)e:ith .Marred the .Mother' Vl.lt. state's evidence. were rescued by firemen with scaling Union Citv, Tcnn., June 20,-Morcy, of deported of Aculiiuld,, DrSpeight, of Ncwbcrnc, came on a visit ladders. Mr. and Mrs. ill nt. Reuben Donnelly, n traveler, to her son Robert, who lives S. Swartz, news dealer, were Mono Kono, Juno 17. The Flllplro from town. While driving homo and S. ta.icn from the building unconscious. Junta hero say there is no truth in tho in a buggy the horse became frightThoo'thcr guests lied to tho roof and report circulated here and cabled to tho ened nnd ran away, throwing both out cause of tho fire is a United States that Agulnahlohad bciu and killing Mrs. Speight and breaking esCRoed. Tho assassinatedmystery. her son's arm. Ouch vi-A ears were protected by policemen, at until afternoon no trouble occur re J list before 4 o'clock two of the So villc cars approached the crossing or tho Pennsylvania railroad. There they, were met by a mob of more thnia Ouc of tho ears 2.000 men and women. was taken across tho railroad safely but the other was held up by tho moti A uerfect shower of paving bricks anj stones fell about the car ami crashed against tho vestibule at the front endj behind which the motorman was con- eealed. Women threw bricks and handed them to the men who were in the front of the crown, uric windows oi tno car uau uccii luncrai nun lite bricks crashed against tho scats and fell upon the floor of thj .. .. u.w1.(tt ii. I'lm i.TJlHliiV.ii n.i.nnn(l I..!.. 11V .ai.ti.i. 'uJuJf motorman, A. J. McGrcw, ol but the St. Louis was struck on the head wltji He' a brick nnd rendered unconscious The pulrojr was taken to a hospital. man on the car was also hit with ft brick, but was not seriously hurt. jfa cull was made for the police, but whet a detachment of officers arrived th mob had dispersed and no arrests were made including Thomas Johnson, manager of tho underground rorWs and brother of the assistant nanagcr of the Dominion Coal Co. ' Up noon Friday nil tho bodies had been Tcovercd. Tho explosions occurred in tho west jit, at a depth of about three-quarte- rn i a mile, and 'were caused by gas fol-,rve- d &3&7C 20- 7 Manila, June 17. A Spanish ofllcer who has been n prisoner In the hands of tho rebels and who was released by Agulualdo, has come through our linos to Manila. He claims to have been a witnes of the assassination of Gen. Luna. According to his story the relations between tho two Filipino leaders had been strained because of to attempt Luna's assume of control affairs and the Until rupture was forced by Agulualdo Issuing secret orders to the provincial governors. Luna thcrciioii notified Agulualdo, demanding copies of the documents, and Agulualdo replied that Luna was n general of the army nnd that tho civil government did not concern him. Luna, on opening the reply at his headquarters In the pre etice of his otllcers exclaimed hotly: "He will be dead One ofllcer, who was friendly to Agulualdo, hastened to warn him, nnd Agulnatdn called together 20 trusted soldiers fellow townsmen of his and stationed them around his house, with Instructions to kill nny one attempting to enter, rcgardlcsn of rank. Luna appeared next day and saw Aguinaldo at tho window. A member of the guard said: "Aguil naldo has gone to his troops." Luna then exclaimed: "You are n liar!' drew his revolver, struck at the guard and tried to force an rntrauee into the house. llefure ho could use hia rcvuhrr one of the guards bayoneted him, another shot htm in the back and others stabbed him. In nil he had 30 wo ind. Luna' aide de caiop was killed in the same way. The Spr.niard'ii story has not rntlrc-l-y dispcllisl the doubts of Luna's death ami bets Uiat he Is hllve are freely made. Smc people think that Aguinaldo has taken pains to send the Spaniard here with this story, furtherance of some diplomatic scheme, while others suspect that Aguinaldo has been assassluated by Luna's men. Since the Americans withdrew from Caudaba recently the relcl have returned nnd have wreaked vengeance upon those who befriended the AmerThey slaughtered the natives ican. who surrendered tie town nnd displayed their heads on poles In the pub-li- e square. -ius-cc- as to bring vigorous health. Wise peoplr Ate also rich when they knw a perfect remedy for Alt annoy ing fise.ists of the tiooa, kidneys, Irixr And bowels. It is Hooii's Sr-SAPArillA. which is perfect in its ac tum so regulates the entir system 3foctTA SaUatmitta An ArKHiiirn t. Here (lie voice rf rounscl for the defense thrilled with emotion. f the Jury," lie cried, "you "Gentle-turIn lie tin? cooj. rniinol belies e l lie pri.-uic- r cnlciili-ttnull.iiii the pnmrciition Huuld iitiike litm out to bet ere lie cool nnd whiM he have liturdeird his wife. Would he not an he i of iloinsj ared her in order that he rutlirr have uns'at be here at tin trial to vrp for htm ami itilhiriii smir erdict with her team" Onlr the lhtiKlitlr think lawjctn do not assist the ends uf Jiutire. Detroit Journal. i: Illtf rar tllfll'-Nrelb y'. MpaaUa-Ataerl-- Contain) 1(10 half tone engraving-- , made from photiirup)i- - taken of our Anny , and in urtua' teniae, in rami-- uu AinetitaiiGun boat, Cuba, Manilla, ttmUeaprt. Aiehilcourri !iuw the itutineii anil imlotn- - jf the ieo-J- e of utir lit" LlaniU, i'ltturtt of our Dewc). Geueial t'liitrin Kini known an t'.ipt. Charles Kitijt, tlieatilhorl.U heclO?, Hobuiti, KiHttcsrlt, Niiiipon, Milet, Schley-Shattelln-okCarroll. (itmiK ; OHut r. (juirj, Aitdlery, lufanir ) . Hitlc procure, .Silihet. lu.iitk'ents Jatktoiiville, TainKi, I Jit Farewell letter Home, llo.piUU, dura Rough Ruler.. .SjHilMg-i- , San .luli. Manilla, thr lleaiitifui Women of Cuba and . Manilla. niche, weighs 13 Ilie Album ii Mlntr, 'tinted on fliip.t foatrd (taper. I Ri;K lo anv aihlree in the Sent I'nited Slate, Canada or .Mciicu for 12 crtiU in st in I w or cs.ui. to rover postage and Mtk-ir- e Copv my lie r h at ah) ticket Olhct-o-f the Hip Four Route Order at onrr. the edition it limited. Addte.. WARRKN J. LYNCH. General Pas.er.jrrr and Ticket Agent, "Rig Four Route, Cin uiruti. Ohm .Mark envelop "War Album." War I'ltiiorMMiM. ttaiirt Ha-tan- He-lu- a, r, i, slit-w, i$ "Ye. '; "Fate's awfully funnv. sometime. Ten j earn ago. when we weir Us together. Ids our ambition was to be a iniglil) lilltilrrand Herlatrhhetis with alat.o " Iterhn I M-i.- ) out Cash! "Did you fruitless Aiiililllnn. -- that huiir man rallies at the ribbon eounterf ald. ut vim tit of .'ri it tits, rt'titrn limit tuny ritrmlc-- l lo leave Rlchiiiouil not later than AiiKU.t 16. 1MJ. her. l II. A. OReuts for International I'nn. .niton. Il.ptl.t Ynanf I'eople't I'ntoa of America. Itielimotiil. Va July t.lto in. isw . the 0. II A: H Ity will male n rnle lit una fara for the run nd trip Rood Roltig July 11, I'J and lit, 11 hk rrtutiilni: front not Inter than July XI. lly ticket with Joint oirriil tin or fefori Julr 21 nnd . li iutonuatiun l. rn. .mm ..-- i Won drr, "flie ha a mnarkable oice." 'In l liuh ri.twul " jr,4sV.'Mrr-S,Wrallf-rlICs- .. oicvohiiii iwam iraicr. Tn I'm re ts VnUl In One ttajr TaVo IjunUve Jtrfm.iOulnltieTnblots. All dru.Tist'rvtumtmo&r' if it fallalueurr. 25o. not . irdit.ihle for any pul tn hare It eural .iur-- itirti "' the Mtinn " i camp io uuiticr. - Atsh-Imt- l ( lie pro-iosc- d A d pericvcreni' I. s iv te V W 1 for his Hulktin dc ced 1 HOW Old She Loohs Poor clothes cannot make you look old. Hvcn pale cheeks won't do it. Your household cares may be heavy and disappointments may be deep, but they cannot make you look old. One thing docs it and never fails. It is impossible to look young with the color of seventy years In your hair. - AS - d Ayers Vigor tell-tal- e Three-Yea- s, t. Mrs. thru-mile- s - friz-Is- m X itltiithmc. Ocrnn n f Tuberculoid. CmcAno. Juno 20. Germs of tuberculosis were found In every cow of a herd of 20 that were- received at the stock yards Monday. Tho choicest of the lot in some instances were found to be the most pronounced victims of the disease. In the worst cases the organs were one mass of tuberculosis bacilli. So great was tho havoe played In many instances that the repository organs had lost many of thiiir bovine characteristics. Manv the infected cows were from state la' Hunker lllll' Duy t'elehratlou. ItoHio.v, Juno 17. The flap; ship New York ami the battleships Massachu- Wapakoni-ts- , Killed Whlln mowing Up Stumps. o., June 17. George setts, Indiana nnd Texas, of the North Atlantic squadron, Rr. Adm. Sampson hi command, arrived in the inner harbor and dropped anchor about C o'elock Tho customary Friday afternoon. courtesies wore exchanged with Fort Warvcn and tho navy yard battery. All arrangements have beeii for the parade of marines and blue jackets from tho war vessels Saturday in connection wiUi Charleston Hunker Hill day celo-Lr,to- Vamhorst, while blowing with dynamite on his farm in the eastern part of the county, wnH struck by tho flying debris and instantly killed stumps according to directions it gradually brings back the color of youth. At fifty your hair may look as It did at fifteen. It thickens the hair also; stops it from falling out; and cleanses the scalp from dandruff. Shall wc send you our book on the Hair and its Diseases? If vou do not ihn Iwns. fits sou sipfctsd from the uinnf the vizor, wrlta tho doctor slmnt It. rrouablr titers Ii mm dlfllcultr -with your Ktnefal torn width , rasv noestllr removed AiUrf-l1)11. J, C. AYEIl, Lowell, Mau. Thm permanently postpones the signs of age. Used Friday. His brother was killed in tho same manner five years ago. After the Tobacco Trust. a, Juno 17, Attorney General Monnett Friday night filed suit in the supremo court to oust tho Continental Tobacco Co., linovin as the trust, from doing business Coi.timius, Bt Advlom Fm. . LUXIS WHIRF ill II ks csii c. HUeat Cough rlrrup. fa--a flood. Cso 111 cm limn. Hold bv druf lists. i tOm pr?swiaiga.-ifiJ- V m$&M- rfUfO. - "ij v TOYAGE ENDED. "Ocn.flraiitnn.1 ,, 1,1100 Men Arrive Manila on TraiiHiort hliermiiii. k ADVANCED PARTY REPULSED. Uelnforreiuente Were Sent and Hie llebal Mere Defeated-America- ns Had ri Men Killed. ON THE DEFENSB$0MAN Insurgents Tako tho Offensive awl a Assault on Our Outposts Expected. War Department Officials Ileported to 1' Dne-- ix A Jtlelct lllockade of Luton liar' ' lltpn Decided oa If tba A'dmlolitratloa. of m Lt.. .i.ariy ..... . LUE1A . . SECRET- - at Thirl Yeri Hl.Ur TelU Murder Committed liy liar Ilrother Alexander. 4fr&frctcccecettct6ti STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST. i--! - A -- V en t Hal. and rnnilon lf.,lr (,. Aceot lanj Their Ite.lnient lloine-T- h. l'nn.7lTnlan. Will HUrt for llouj. IliU lO.-- Tho Week. United State. transport Sherman, which Balled from Hnu FrancUoo May with 1,800 men and 73 officers, under command of Hrig. Oon. Fred 1). (ranlt ,ln, nrrvcd hero after a smooth voyage. One private died nftor thu transport arrlred. The trooju brought by the- transport will go to tho island of Negro to re- .tleve the California troop. (Jen. HiUoj. who arrived on tho transport. ..imi t.cu. c.rnt will be probably av ftgnad to tho command of tho volun--t0rgenerals of wlioia will , - Manila, June "' Utah artillery, It Is announced, will nwoinpany tho Nebraska troop on board the transport Hancock, leaving Ihrirguiis here. The Ponnsylvanlans "'l,tarl 'or ,,0o u tho transport Stif.ftor this week. Tho Indiana fc.iHed Monday with 500 discharged ad slols soldiers. Sho will go liiUidook for a few days at Nagasaki, Japan. Military operations against ' tho Insurgent. In thu south have ap- 'jpareiuly bcou planned. Oen. Wheaton at limit, sent out parties Monday to locate the enemy and other rccounnWanccs .arc being made from Cavltc. -- lwivo for homo soon. (JfiiN. Halo and Tunston desire to ac- -rompany their regiment home. Tho THE PRESIDENT AT HOLYOKE. II U lli (Inotl of Mr. VUiltner-Pum- taj . Any tlilnC fur I'retldent Mclllnlejr II n I a ,.f II, tu l)r o'tilock. At Springfield Miss Oracc MoKtnlcy and Col. Roger Morgan, of 'this ohy, Warded the train. Col. Morgan conveying the welcome of Gov. Wolcott to the distinguished visitors. In honor of the prtticucc of President MeKlnley this oily was In gala dress .Saturday. Mr. Whiting will bo the president's host. Hoi.yom:, Mass., Juno 19. Sunday for the president was anything but tho .day of rost that was hoped for. The continual crowding of the curious citizens, tho immense Jam nt the church Sunday morning and later in the day on unexpected and totally unprepared-fo- r tcccpliou in rouncctton with tho baccaliurctr;ux:rtli.ut .Mount.Holjr- -. """lUi t4llltllt,lnbilM'llii'i1tii.lMIwiit.il .!.'""J '"" aoino for all. ---- Holvokk. Mass., June 10. The pres idents special train arrived at 10 -- On Mnv 2. int. Aio.'nn.i. Vlial avaa-lVa Manila Juno 19. Every precautl Unlcred his traveling mmmnlnn Is being Liken to guard against an expected icturn of tho Filipino tnxp" William Cites, near Warfensburg, Mo. , under Gen. Nortel and a con"y JCltcr then Ktnlr- Hit n.. ... .VUM. aml money and escaped. At Valley qucnt arwtult of the Atnericd1 tenter, Kan., r. fow tvecks lator Jester f": outnosta In tho territory was arrested and confessed. Ho was which the former wore driven on Te day. A force of insurgents is rcpori'i faKcu to "arrensburg, but escaped bo- r0 Ills trinl V.1 nnlln.lTlir.l,fin1. to bo at Sulltran and a battallonof & IcU9 of dollars were spent In searching, but lHth Infantry has been sent from to watch their movements and rcco- to no avail. It is now claimed that Jester went nnoltcr the ndjaccnt country. , Washington, Juno 18. Dcspjto the to Shawnee, Okla., under tho name of war department's statement that no W. II. Hill, as he is now living. Tho unoaslness is felt over the boldncn of alleged murderer 1b 80 years old, the Filipinos in attacking thejAner-icin- s wealthy and influential. Ho will bo at San Fernando, it Is5vcnt arrested nt once. tho situation Is regarded asgrive. that It Is more than four tnontns slnefthc AFTER THE TRAIN ROBBERS. Filipinos took the initiative In takthe Hole In the Mult Country ing an nttack, and. whllel t)icy 1hJand Are Now lleatllns loti.trri the were soundly thrashed for their pins, (outh-TJ- io I'iiiio Mill In I'urllll. nothing permanent seems to have-- on accomplished. Current news Joci not (AMl'Kit. Wyo., Juno 19. Eight of tho confirm the statements that the I'll poMs hunting the Union Pacific train plno have been whipped Into "Submi- robbers in the Hole in the Wall country returned to Casper Sunday. The ssion. Nenrly 500 Americans have killed In action and l,o00 wounded robbers have left the Hole in the Wall mountains and are traveling since hostilities began in February. The department confines Its ex- - back south. The last heard of them npi.tuiil nnvtutt. ir A trtitn nl.trt'flMrJlf Pl. was at Powder river coming south. .. t J ..-.- ! .. A.- - t?.1l-- l uiniuift. ii ih noi ucnicu linn viici"-pino- s They seemed to be heading toward have shown a remarkablo ability Wolton. A large party is following BILLINGS' PUBLIC BEQUESTS. to recover from disasters, and another them now. Sunday the guards were placed at all battle is expected to take place beA l.arg .Nuiiil.or of I'nlillc Intlltutloua tween Oen. MacArthur's troops and the bridges across the Platte river, and Will lln llfnnilril lj tlin of those of Agulnaldo. There w food new men with fresh horses started for Hie Mutton .Millionaire. reason to believe that the insurgents tho Wolton country. The pursuing ISohto.v, June '.'O. The will of tho arc massing nnd organizing again in party at Sullivan's sheep camp, whero late Ilobert C Hillings gives about the Calumplt region, and the encounter the robbers ate breakfast and took a will probably take plnce thercS Oen. p.ickhorsc and bed, were l'J hours be8700,000 in public bequests, including hind. 8100,000 each to Harvard college, the MacArthur has about 7,000 tncnJi Massachusetts Institute of Technology (with S.'i0,000 additional to found tho Illlllngs student fund), and the Museum of Fine Arts, SoO.000 each to the Massachusetts Ocncral hospital, New England hospital for women and children, C'hildrcns' hospital, Massachusetts eye and car Infirmary; SeA.OOO to Perkins Institute for tho blind, the American Unitarian association, the Jtoston Young Mens' Christian union, home for aged men, the Hampton Institute, Hampton, Va.j 10,000 to the Tuseogce. Ala., Normal school; 5S.000 to Atlanta university; SIO.OOO each to 10 public nnd vhnritablo InstHutiqua Jn .irnil ' m.. t "AafcJMa-A. ... f ?.') aaaiaaOaW-J.A ... sums of $sJ,fi0b or over to various bodies. ftlS'iJ'jJkSk.'T I -- Manila, Juno 20.- -A battalion of tho 4th infantry, which loft Imus, where (ion. Wheaton Is In command, Monday morning, to rcconnoltcr to wards Peres las Marinas, where it was Hupposcd most of tho rebels who escaped from Pnranaquo and Itacoor had lied, was attacked In tho roar by apparently friendly natives. This brought on a sharp engagement, lasting several hours, resulting In five Americans being killed and about 23 being wounded. Tho loss of tho rcboln was very heavy. The battalion soon exhausted Its ammuulllon and at 2:80 Monday afternoon Gen. Wheaton and his staff, with the Sd battalion, two mountain guns and one field piece went to reinforce the troops attneked. lien. Wheaton was fired on in a road, and had n narrow escape. hater the 3d battalion was ordered to the front and formed on tho Lag Minas it ml. Heavy firing on both sides followed, tho artillery being freely used. Tho enemy was located in tho woods at 4 o'clock, showing signs of retiring, as tho rebels were being pressed pretty hard. One gun of tho ilth artillery secured an advantageous position did good execution. The light was still In progress at 6 o'clock, at Which tlmo tho Americans had secured a quantity of Filipino arms, which had been abandoned in tho words. The scone of tho fight Is over 20 miles from Manila. d for murder. NwniTA, iitn., Junt 19. Because erwoalthy brother refused to obey cr whims Mrs. Cornsllua Strong of hawncc, Okla., has written Sheriff luimons here dctnandlnyhn be arrrst. BRADLEY MEANS BUSINESS. Tha ' JUDGMENT REVERSED. 1 heir Case lief ore t.i.. )oarnor Is Determined to Restore) I'aace In Clay Count- Itegard- let of Cott. - Tk Farelcn Imurance Companlei the Kentucky Court of Appeals. Won -. ..,, - f -- -- T !. 1 1 FKANKroiiT, Ky., Juno 18. Got. Bradley has not tho power; to declare martial law in tho county of Clay, where a reign of terror exists as the result of the assassination of Tom Ilaker last Saturday, but he intends to restore order there, regardless of cost. The governor received a letter Friday aftcr-uoo- n Ever-sol- o from Circuit Judgo denying that ho had, as reported, adjourned court at Manchester because of the fear of personal vioTho judge says that court wn lence. ldjourned because ho realized thnt justice could not bo meted out with affairs in such chaotic condition. lie says that he will hold a special session in Clay within the next few weeks. The troops will probably Irs sent back then. If order can not be restored and those under indictment tried, a special session of the legislature would be tho only remedy. Under tht picsent Kentucky law the governor can not even appoint a special judge until the regular judge has refused to sit and the circuit clerk notifies him that the members of tho bar liavo fal cd to elect. In Clay county the circuit clerk Is a mem-be- ,of the White faction, and. If Judge Eversole should decline to sit, he would practically have the of kis successor. If an extra session were held the county of Clay would cither bo abolished and divided up amoug adjoining counties, o.- - the governor would be given power to appoint special judges at will and special grand juries from other counties to go to a lawless county and investigate and find tho Indictments. Tho governor Friday night declared to bo false the special dispatch sent out from Lexington Thursday that he was equipping soldiers In Eastern Kentucky to go to Harlan county. The condition there is much better than it is in Clay county. FnANKrorrr, Ky., June 10. About 80 foreign Insurance companies recently indicted and fined heavily In the Franklin circuit court on the charge of conspiring together to fix insurance rates won in the court of appeals Thursday In a decision reversing the judgment of the court below. The fines assessed against the companies in this county alone aggregated over 820,000, and, in addition to ' this, indictments have been found against them in nearly half of the counties in the state. The opinion of the court was unanimous except Judge Ouffy. The companies affected are all those under the jurlstiction of the Kentucky and Tennessee board of Insurance underwriters. Insurance men siy that had the judgment of thu lower conrt been ailirmed all foreign insurance companies would have with drawn from the Kentucky field. A FATAL SHOOTING. l .i f '1 llrother Morta.ljr Wounded lijr a Man,, ho Escaped Thry Quarreled Over aVery Trlvlnl Matter. e, Mouoantow.v, Iv3., Juno 19. n shooting affray took place at Dcxter-villButler county, eight miles from Morgantown, at a picnic, in which W. N. Casey shot and killed John C Hur ton and mortally wounded Mac Uurton, brother of John. Case' is still at large. A warrant has been sworn out and ofllccrs arc In pursuit. The difficulty occurred between Ma5 Iturton and Casey over the picking of a banjo, in which Casey shot Mac Hurton through the neck. When he went to make his escape John Hurton caught Casey and was shot through the heart, dj'ing instantly. All are men of family. Vowerlrtt to 1'unUli I.aw-ltreake- - THE PROHIBITION Amcrlrnii 1U IS RAISED. FIGHTING SIXTHREGIMENT. CVfTfc C'yaSrl"3vWaBT'r 1 V .. X T4 aai ZrK&&: W ma tT'lTvilllbaWy'llilicVixdrictiSS. to try these pvaxtroiitaaiginvtqgj 9TSii casesT Lmcnt is high. The Flg-tln- gr Mountalneera Mimn.Ki'.oito, Ky., June IS. In an- . At Rock House, Letcher county, John Moore nnd Chris Craft engaged in a quarrel in the presence of William Maggard. Maggard took sides with Moore, when Craft pulled a pistol and shot Maggard to (tenth. CvatV escaped, ut was fol-. li i.unai..n. f. .!...; w -- .i i A Mnl After Hint. Mmm.KhnoRO, Ky June 10. 17. The report of State Inspector Lester, who was sent by the governor to Knott county, shows that a lawless element has been overrunning tho county. A band of 200 regulators have terrorised people. Forty of them tho arc under indictment, but can not ba convicted because tho band is feared Tho Inspector recommends legislative action Tirovldlnsr lor the crcutti5viueo law-abidi- Fiiaskfoiit, Ky., June t Cnltln anil Hwlno Can Now Ininrlril Into lUlgluin Uulr Irriix of til 1MII7 Drcrra. I'lcn-ipotcutia- It Arrlvra at .Manila Col. Krllocc. f Ilia aOlh Infanir;, llrrame III on the Way In Honolulu -- crec recites tho preceding decrees and was invalided home from the last 'prohibiting iinportatlonsof cattle from named port. Tho transport Orant America and the opinion of the veteri- left San Francisco on the .'10th with narians and announces that American tho 10th infantry, and Is expected to meat eattlo anil swlno can now bo im- arrive at Manila early next week. ported into llclglum under tho terms Some confusion results from the of the decree of 1S97 prescribing the coupling of Iliolo with Negro. There places where they may slaughtered. landed and is a battalion of the 1st California at Negros, under the rommnnd of tho officer at Iloilo, which is tho head quarFIREMeFTnJURED. ters of that part of tho Philippines. bo Wasiii.noto.v, Juno 19. Special of the Sherman means that Oen. Otis ICasson has just received will receive substantial reinforcean authenticated copy from llclglum ments. Tho Sherman left San Franof the decree recently enacted by the cisco May 22, and carried the Cth inllelgiaii government raising tho prohi- fantry and a number of recruits, numbition on tho Importation into llclglum bering in all ofllccrs and 1.K.13 of American neat cattle. This will bo enlisted' men, under command of formally published at oneo for tho In- llrig. Oen. Hates. Col. Kellogg, of tho formation of the meat inspect- 20th Infantry, was taken 111 on the ors In this country. Tho de-- trip from San Francisi'ii to Honolulu Wa.iiiixotox, Juno 20. The arrival creek, Harlem county, a man named Speeder was shot. A party composed of Harlem county citizens arc on their way to the scene of strife, and will beg the fighting mountaineers to return to work. The Surrey Commenced. other collision between several ot the Lee anil Taylor factions on Prickett's the ioldlera. Lexington, Ky., June IS. Col. Williams Friday night paid the 100 members of the 1st Kentucky regiment. state guard, who were on duty in Manchester last week. Tho pay roll footed up S1.9S5.50 for the 11 days. The coot of transportation rations, etc., will bring up the total expense to the stto to about $1,000. Isro Killed by a Train. -- y C"tajk r - UNCLE SAM: "CERTAINLY WILLIE; I HAVE ALL I WANT." JOINT GRANITE MONUMENT. ELEVEN Atlxit t:ikt' Annual Convention. Sr. Louis, Juno 20. This city Is taking on a purple aspect in honor of the Slst annual convention and of 19. At an tarly Omaha, Nek, Juno tho llonevolent and Protectlvo Order hour Sunday morning tho building which begins here 'Tuesday. by Allen llro., wholesale gro- of Elks color, with tho red, whlto and cery, was discovered on lire. Tho That of tho national flag is to be seen bluo bla.o started on the tlfih floor and burn-e- d everywhere in the decorations on busidownwards, destroying tho fourth ness buildings and residences. and fifth floors and tholr contents. Death or Norman William. The damage to the stock Is estimated at 9100,000 and is covered by $170,000 Hamiio.v, N. IL, Juno 20. Norman Tho building Is damaged Williams, a lending lawyer and mil insurance. $15,000, tho loss being covered by In-- u lionaire resident of Chicago, died nt ran oo. During tho progress of tho his summer cottage at Little Hoards-head- , fire a magazlno filled with powder Hampton lleaeh, nt .V3Q o'clock which the firemen were moving to a Monday evening, aged 03 year. Mr. Williams camo here in April suffering place of safety, exploded. Eleven including tho chief were injured, from llrlght's dlse.iso nnd death from that malady. two seriously. fire-jiie- M liolal (Irnrarjr, Omaha, llro Humeri Willi a l.on of at in, OOO oil llullUInc anil Contents. At tho last cabinet meeting before President MeKlnlcy's departure ?'or Holyoke, Mass., tho following decin6ns were reached: 1. That In view of the strength of Agulnaldo In the north, as developed In dispatches from Oen. Otis, the aggressive campaign against tho rebel ohlcf must bo renewed with vigor. 2. That the army and navy must cooperate to maintain a tight blockade o' Luzon in order to prevent the landing of supplies of any character to tho rebel forces. The object of the block a le is to prevent the landing of munitions nd th-supplies which In some mystcr ous way keep flowing into Agulnaldo. Uy a blockade It is hoDcd that this will be checked. , er The American and I'.nclUh hailori Will Krect It to the Memory of the Kncliih hpraklnc Men Main at Souioa. Southern railroad extension from Hurgin to Middlesboro, touching this point. l'opullita Slajr Nointnute Illnlr. Local Louisville, Ky., June 17. populists say their party will nominate a full state ticket at their convention, which will be held In Frankfort on July 27. Candidates for railroad commissioner will also be named. . John G. HI air, of Nicholas count, is tipped for gubernatorial candidate. Iter Storr Doubted. Coi.umnia, Ky., June 18. A mysterious killing occurred about ten miles from here In Adair county. Walker Smith, IS years old, was shot in tho Lancaster, Ky., June 10. Citizens Winchester, Ky., June 10. WhlM of this county are enthusiastic over on their way to meet the body of theif tho fact that a corps of engineers be- nephew, Hiram Rogers, who was acci gan at Hurgin Wednesday and will dentally killed Friday at Honccverte, make a general survey of the proposed W. Va., Samuel T. Rupard and Mrs.-Susa- f Rupard, his wife, were strucV by a passenger train on tho C & O. road near this city and both were ir stantly killed. Itetult of an Old (Irudfe. Lexington. Ky., June 10. Charles Gilbert, of this city, engineer on a Lexington A-- Eastern work train, wai shot lu the breast with a double-ba- r rcled shotgun by Thomas Haines, a fireman on Dolan Hros., steam shovel nt St. Helen's station. It was tho result ot an old grudge. The Invitation Accepted. 15. Ata meet Ing of tho Commercial club Tuesday afternoon a letter from the Younj Men's Huslucss club, of Cincinnati, inviting tho members of tho former to the Queen City, as the guests of tho Young Men's club, was road. Tho Invitation was accepted. June 10. Australian advices say that the ofllccrs of tho Hrltish and American svitr ahlps, who have been fratcrniz ng during the recent trouble in Samoa, have decided to erect a joint monument in memory of the English speaking slain in the various engagements. It Is intended to erect a granite monument with tho names of tho Hrltish engraved on ono panel and the Americans on the other, surmounting tho roll of tho killed with tho Hrltish and American flags Van CotiVF.it, II. G, Louisville, Ky., Juue head and instantly killed. A woman who claims to havo been prcucnt says the boy killed himself, but there aro those who believe some one else did it. she Shot a Ilurclar. intertwined. New Market for American Manufacturers. n cd Train Kobber Sentenced. Ilui.ian Haul! Found. The Mlielonarle Are Safe. Wahasii, lnd., Juno 20. A human IIo.no Ko.no, Juno 10. Tho reports that Itev. II. S. Phillips, Mrs. Phillips skull was found In the creek at Monand Miss Sears, missionaries of the mouth Monday morning and the stream 'Church Missionary society, with three Is being dredged for tho remainder of The suspicion is that native converts, were recently killed the skeleton. In tho province of Nan Wei, there has been a murder nnd that tho liy rioters is contradicted, and It Is nos an- body was buried in the bank of tho creek and washed out by high water. nounced that all are safe. Hie Hrroet of Tlppt'ranoe. 1Iaiti.kOiiou.nd, lnd., Juno 20. Tho Tippecanoe ltattlo Ground Memorial second-clascruiser association decorated tlio graves of tho that the French of tho battle of TippecaSfax, carrying Capt. Dreyfus, has fallen heroes noe, November 11, 1S11, Sunday. Col. passed here en routo for Ilrcst, where 11. P. Dehart spoke to 2,000 people. ho Is not expected before Saturday The bfax Timet Cape Verde Idandt. Pahih, Juno 10. A dispatch fron; the Capo Verde Islands announces s next- - Tutcntt'a Fnttior Dead. Kentiirklaii Drowned. Ciiicaoo, Juno 20. Jamos II. Tascott, Tenu., June 10. Near foster father of tho famous 'Willy" Hill's island, up tho Cumberland, n Tascott, Is dead. It said grief over man named Lovcman, of Frankfort, the boy's disappearance, following tho lie was pushed murder of Millionaire Snell, was Ky., was drowned. from a ferryboat by frlghtcucd hors- e- contributory factor to Tascott'a death. I I ! Wasiii.noto.v, Juno 19. The reciprocity treaty with the Hrltish colony of llarbadoes has been signed and will continue live years or longer. Tho Islands depend upon the United States day, finding Stubblcficld guilty and for their food supply, but have been fixing his punishment at ten years' Im- getting nearly all of their manufacprisonment in tho state penitcntUry. tured goods from England. Sugar is Tho trial of James I. West, Stubble-Hold- 's their chief product, nnd Americans alleged accomplice, began Mon- bought over SJ.000,000 worth of It last day morning. ycur. (Sntollnr Kxplnalon. Tno Itltla of Indictment iRiinrnt. Ci.kvki.AND, O., Juno 19. The entlro Hkadixo, Pa., June 10. The llerks county grand jury Saturday ignored front of tho brick house of Abraham tho bills of indictment charging cer- Kohn, nt 23 Wadsworth street, was tain Heading railway employes with blown out by an explosion of gasolino being responsible for the recent wreck Sunday, nnd Kohn, his wife and at Kxeter, where 20 persons were killed child nro In tho hospital. Tho baby will surely die, nnd Kohn. himself, Is and many inoro Injured. believed to bo fatally burned. Mrs. round Dead In Her lied. Kohn was cleaning some garment with Cincinnati, O., June 10. Mrs. Mary gasolino and sho left tho vessel uncovHollcran, aged 102 years, was fmnd ered In tho housi while sho went out (lead In bed at thn iimnn nt itnuirh. in tho yard, tho door closed. In ter. Mrs. .Tntin (Int.. ' r.lml.tntiA i..nnn some way tho gasolino was ignited Qxa cjt and the sxploslon followed. Si'.daua, Mo., June 19. The jury in the case of Ed J. Stubble field, charged with tho attempted robbery of a Missouri Pacific express trnln near hero in November last, returned a verdict Sun- 13. Hurglars Violent HalUtorm. Friday morning tried to enter the residence of Mrs. Ori filth, on Hank street. Lancaster Ky., June 19. A violent She opened fire on them with a re- hailstorm swept over Huckeyc, this volver and wounded ouo, who was car- county, near the Kentucky river. Hunried off by his pals, leaving a trail of dreds of dollars' worth of damage wai done to wheat, hemp, corn and tobacco blood. The mercury has fallen 20 degrees Tobacco Home llurned. Hendeiison, Ky., June 17. Thomas since thcu. Hodgc'tt tobaeco house at Nebo, HopOld Settler Meov. kins count j", burned nt noon. Loss, Carlisle, Ky.. June 10. Tho old setS45.000; insurance, 335,000. tlers of this county held an assembly A good crowd was in here Thursday. Will Iteilat Aiieisment. Lexinoton, Ky., June 17. Represen- attendance, and about 50 names arc entatives of local national banks, at a rolled, whose aggregate ages amount Tho oldest lb James Jacobs, meeting Thursday, decided to resist as- to 3,501. sessment on their stock for city taxes. of this city, aged 95. Louisville, Ky., June New Kentucky l'oit Ofllcea. Murder Sent on cu Anlrircd. Washington, June 10. Tho following post oillces have been established in Kentucky Hadger, Taj lor county, David Collins, Postmastjr; Mlflln, Menifee county, Oeorgo A. Williams postmaster; Sublett, Magofllu county, Jasp.r Owens, postmaster. Accidentally Klllod. Juno 10 Tho sentence of Alex. Pence, of Madiednesday son county, was ntllrmed by tho court of appeals, lie killed James Smith, whom lie thought as too Imtlmnte with his wife, who was 10 years old. Pence being 00. Fbankkort, Ky ar Daiuace Verdict Ailirmed. 15. Tho court of appeals Tuesday affirmed a judgN. Railroad Co., ment against the L. which gives S12.000 damages to Mls Christine McEwaa, ot Frankfort v ' hr b.-ln- g Ky., Juno 17. Itoscoo Nnntz, son oi Curtis Nantz, of this county, while playing near his home, pulled a lumbc pile over upon himself ud was killed. OWKN8H0HO, Frank foiiT, Ky., June a-- j, - ,2- -i SSRBHSWWHSttXSWHEf The Hickman Courier' headquarters removal l'lilace QUOUQK WAKltEN, a - car heumjpjy a Cleveland, ife seiuousj disaster la I Publisher. KENTUCKY I'1 I ' L i! i V & ' ' i i t .- - i I. I - ' M r Havana, June 20. Gen. Jlrookc's headquarters Is already on the move CURRENT TOPICS. from i:i Vedado to the palace, formerly Only one man hi 203 is over six feet occupied by Marshal ltlanco, hi Havana The removal w ill be province. In height. beforo it is expected, (Ikokok W. Wkst Is dead llitio. Gen. the close of the first week In &t AthoL Mass. Voting by tnnchiuo Is gaining lu pop- July. It means a loss to Kl Vedado ularity In the cast. af many who now reside there, as Maiik Twain says Vienna is the they will move ulso to be near headt "s city on earth. City residents are gratified quarters. Akout 4,000,000 bottle of plchles are because of the incouveniont train servconsumed weekly in the United States ice between Havana and Kl Vedado, Tub last issue of the London (Knjr.) because, at this season, the directory, it is said, weighs 11K and also traveler is apt to be cuught by the pounds. On an average 200 carrier pigeons heavy rains. Gen. Maximo Gomer. has Instructed are ollleially kept in cscrv Gcrinm Gon. Kafael Rodrltruez. his chief of fortress. A i.at.ok cotton mill will be built at stalT, to open an ofllce at Quinta de los near Har- Moliuas and to begin the preparation High Shoals den, jj. a of the new lists. The work was begun ISlUTlsit consuls arc now required to Monday. Gen. Rodriguez mailed persend important trade reports and news sonal notices and published in all by telegraph. newspapers of the island inA I.Alto K silk mill is to be built at the structions to divisions corps, briRoanoke Rapids, about four miles from gade, reg. mental and company Weldon, X. a to send, as soon as possible, Nf.aiii.v 2,000 commercial travelers lost their positions when the tobacco complete data the names of all tho trust was formed. nen of their commands with the dates Laiiok strikes of a most serious charf their enlistment and the periods of acter are prevalent at present ip se fer- service. The preparation of the lists al Curopcan countries. lll be pushed forward with all speed, Tiik principal trade of Rradford, because of the pitiable condition of the Kng., just now is said to be in mercer.oldiery, virtually mobilized miles from ized cotton dress goods. home at the pay stations. Tin: Wisconsin legislature has forSome interesting discoveries have rebidden the use of living rooms sulted from the observations made by manufacturing purposes. Sriti.NfiKiKLD, III, has joined the the otllcials charged with studying the list of cities where the trades unions tidal currents In Havana harbon All will erect a labor temple. the observations show a constant outyi hKN Victohia has seen every ward flow, with only a of throne in the world vacated at least fresh water. Owing to the once, and some of them several times. shoals at the extreme west end of Tiik greatest number of suicides the deposits large take place in the month of June and of mud harbor and other filth have been the fewest in the month of September. Only four independent states remain made there, but it is believed in Africa. They arc Abyssinia, Moroc- that with proper dredging and an orco, Liberia and the Orange Free Stt tc. dinary amount of attention the harA l.l. the locomotives on the Saut& Kc bor can be made clear, thus doing railro.id in California arc run with pe- away with the possibility of infection. troleum for fuel. It costs about the Although salt is the natural disinfectame as coal. tant, it is not thought that much Vkkdi dcuic.s that he is writing a comes from the main current, although new opera. He says that Kalstaff" is his last work and that his labor in this there is probably some from the shoals. world is over. The German government has nomi- GANG OF MASKED ROBBERS. nated, and the president hae accepted, Uaron August Von It ruck as consul at They Hold tip the Itccetvcr anil rive Em Havana for Germany. ojt of a Traction Company' Utile Hkoinni.no July 1, the employes of Secured About 4.UUO the governuicut printing ofllec at Washington will receive 50 centx an June 20. A gang of hour, or Si per day of eight hours. masked robbers, probable ten in numThe Italian govcrnmcnt,for 27 years, ber, early Monday morning raided tho has guaranteed to the pope an annual receiving ofllec of tho Fairmount l'ark iucome of about S175.00U, which ho has Transportation Co. at UcUnonU In Aeadlly refused to accept. The arrcara I Valrmount l'ark? nnd n(lt HoUIuk up onnuUy nouuynow to otet I the rcceiver um five otner t.,pJoyes of CHA uvy,uvv. rn nnn i . . Washington, June' 20. It Is stafd railway, blew open tho safe, iJiE lompama ucnerai oi .Manna, securing 54,000, the company's re at the navy department that ctit the largest cigar making concern in the world, employs over 10,000 hands, ceipts for two days. Frank Leavan, man attached to the Olympia. Host i, and turns out every year 80,000,000 receiver, Frank Watson and Henry Kaltimorc, Concord, Raleigh, Pet cl cigars, 40,000,000 cigarettes, and nearly 11. Whltchouse, conductors; James and McCulloch during the battle .n b.OOO tons of cut tobacco. Cavanaugh, fireman, of the power- Manila harbor, regardless of ranker ALO.vo the Adriatic sea swallows and house; Philip Eaves, electrician, and station, will receive a inetU. other migratory birds are caught every William Cadmus, laborer, were bound of honor. The McCulloch, whici year by the hundreds of thousands hand and foot with wire. In addition was a revenue at cutter and eaten by the Italians, who sprr ad to tho men who actually committed tho outbreak of the Jwar, was trans nets, in which as many as 300 to 50J of the robbery, others operated miles fcrrcd to the naval service and added the tired birds are caught at once. The rcost expensive hat on record away from the scene by destroying to Adm. Dewey's fleet. She rendered cost SI, 500 in gold, and was presented telegraph and telephone wires con- efllcicnt support in tho briUiatt to Gen. Grant while In Mexico in liS2. necting with the trolley company's engagement which culminated in the annihilation of the Spain-- ' It is now on exhibition in the National main ofllce. museum In Washington perhaps the Tho Fairmount Park Transportation licet, and also carried the Cm finest Mexican sombrero that was ever Co. operates various lines of trolley ofliclal news of Adm. Ucwev's vic made. cars through the park for pleasure tory to Hong Kong. In view i The bill for the Bradley Martin din- -' riders. The traffic being unusually these facts It was deemed proper thit iier In New York for bO persons footed heavy on Saturdays and Sundays, tho tho ollicers and men of the McCulloch up S'J.525, of which S53 was olives, caviare, celery, radishes and bread, which robbers evidently decided upon Mon- should share equally with the others shows that the Uradlcy Martins do day morning as being a good time to in the distribution of the congressional medals, notwithstanding the fact that not overlook the little luxuries to a make a big haul. dinner. The men above named were all in the McCulloch has since resumed her Thk death penalty is rarely enforced the oflicc when the burglars made their regular duties in the revenue cutter in 'Germany, Austria, Denmaik or appearance. Each intruder was armed service under the treasury department. Sweden. In New York 11 out of IS with two revolvers and they took the murderers escape without any punish- employes completely by surprise. It Cannibalism In Alaika. ment, and in the United States only San Fiiancisco, June 20. A story of one murder in fifty suffers capital pun- wa6 the work of a few moments for tho starvation and cannibalism comes robbers to pinion the workmen, who ishment. were rolled over to ono side of the from Circle City, Alaska. Michael Daly, MAititiEnmen, according to a German investigator, live longer than bachel- room, with their faces to the walL Ten Victor Ediar and M. Provost lost their ors, and are less Ilk fly to become In- minutes later the safe had been crack- way on the trail from Circle City to Jhntown last winter, and their bodies sane. Another argument for matri- ed and the gang disappeared. have just been found. Daly's body had mony is found In tho fact that there are 3S criminals among every 1,000 THE REVOLVER been MISSED FIRE. whose partly eaten by his companions, bachelors, while among married men remains were found five miles the ratio is only 18 per 1,000. away. Four hundred dollars were llusiness Not tlu least interesting among the Prominent Attempt" Man of Jlurr Oak, found on the bodies. SUch., to Kill III Wlfa new occupations for women is that Afterward Committed buiclde. which has been opened at Vinnna. A Tint r Old. There, in the "gayest city in the Chicago, June 20. W. M. Hayes Iluim Oak, Mich., June 20. -- At the world," is a woman grave digger. She three-yea- r 'old colt, Donaldbaln, by is the first professional woman grave dinner table Monday night, John T. Holmes, a prominent business man, Strathmerc-GladncsMonday ran digger in civilized Europe. The microscope has revealed many drew a revolver, pointed it at his wife seven furlongs at the Hawthorne tracK wonders, among others that the com- and pulled the trigger. The weapon in l:25Jf. This is the fastest time ever mon caterpillar has 4,000 muscles In missed lire and he was speedily dis- made in tho west, and fastest, with his body, that the drono bee's eyes armed by his son. Ho then one exception, ever made In the L'nltcd each contain 1,300 mirrors, and tha. left tho house and en States on other than a straightaway the large, prominent eyes of the bril deavored to jump into tho course. liant dragon flies are each furnished river. When he was forcibly preventIleilh Murred the .Mother'! VUlt. with 28,000 polished lenses. ed from doing this, ho went to tho Union Citv, Tcnn., June 20,-A new alloy, containing a largo quantity of aluminum, is a German In- back yard where ho commenced to act Speight, of Newberne, came on a vUit vention to replace tho ordinary typo strangely. Ho denied having taken to her son Robert, who lives thri tnetal composed of lead, antinony and poison, but in a few minutes died in miles from town. While driving home convulsions. Domestic troubles aro in a buggy tho horc becamo tin. Besides being frightother advantages, such as tho qualities believed to have made him temporarily ened and ran away, throwing both out of taking and giving oft ink readily, insane. Dr. Holmes owned consideraand killing Mrs. Speight and breaking arc claimed for this alloy. ble property in Toledo. her son's arm. The report of the Russian departCapt. Coghlan In Terro Haute, ment of prisons shows that in the ierim of TuborculuiU. VEititE Haute, Ind., Juno 20. Capt. past two years tho total number of Chicago, Juno 20. Germs of tubercupersons banished to Siberia has been Joseph H. Coghlan, of tho United losis were found in every cow of a herd 20,050, of whom 891 were women. .States cruiser Raleigh, arrived in tho of 20 that wcru received at the stock "Dirxv-iJALLuntil 30" is the watch- city Monday afternoon. He was acword of a club of "bachelor gils" in companied by his wife, whose home yards Monday. Tho choicest of the lot in some instances were found to bo Michigan. The members pledge was formerly in this city. While hero tho most pronounced victims of not to wed or even cntortAln they will be tho guests of their kins- disease. In the worst cases the the proposals to marry till three decades woman, Mrs. J. II. O'Hoyle, at whoso huvc passed over their heads. organs wero onu mass of The original draft of the confeder- residence a reception will bo tendered tuberculosis bacilli. So great was tho ate constitution is in the possession ov' them Monday evening. Capt. Coghlan havoc played in many instances that Longstreet Hull, of Athens, Ga. Mr. is on his way to Pugct sound and en the repository organs had lost many of Hull is a grandson of Thomas R. R. route ho and his wife will stop at Su tlwlr bovine characteristics. Many of Cobb, chairman of the committee Louis and JJellcvllle, III., his former the infected cows were fiom state which drew tho document bome. coin-pletcd, HICKMAN. i : Gen. llrooko Mill Occupy the merly U.eil by Hon. Illanco Cubiwi I'rrparlni: New list. 1"- Anotlirr Sertoli! Itlot at Cleveland J Women Audited the -- trlUert I)li-ported by the t'ollce. O., Rleien Men YVer Killed In au Kiplixlon the Old Dominion Co(llery at tllaeo Hay, Cape Ilraton. " S k Spnulih I'rUouer Claim to Have lltea $aii Mre-- line to the Aaailnatlon o of the (ieneraL U ME TRAGIC DEATH OF LUNA. Nvsv'USjrUSssi,Sss,rSS 44 Better Be Wise Than Rich when ihey ( Wise ptcple Are also rich kno-- i ickt-des- water-powe- r, com-mandc- It sub-curre- t VoltTll SlIlNKT. 1 IL. June, 17 Tlia Juno 20. Up t o'clock Monday afternoon this pron ilmjl nprmllluir ditiailcr in tho Cnnu lllrctoti goal mining region,, occurred ed to be the most uneventful dav nt the Caledonia mine nt Glace Hay. the big street railway strike. At 0 hour another serious riot broke oil v'Vhe colliery of the Dominion Coal Co., an entirely now quarter and one n "Fn Jay, when two explosions man was sent to tho hosplta'fcurred, causing tho death of eleven jVpion, including l nomas Joliuson, consequence. manager of the The company began Monday the no underground operation of two new lines those ot rorks and brother of the assistant Scovillo and Central avenues. Tlici jnnagcrof tho Dominion Coal Co. 'Up noon Friday all the bodies had been cars were protected by policemen, niif no trouble occurrc0 tx ovcrcd. until afternoon Just before 4 o'clock two of the Svff The explosions occurred In the west n villc cars approached tho crossing or lit, at iv depth of about the Pennsylvania railroad. Thero they & a mile, and 'were caused by gas were met by a mob of more thai iich had accumulated hi tho old rkings. The full force of men 2,000 men and women. Ono of the cars hi the n.lne at night is about was taken across tho railroad safely , but the night shift had just but the other was held up by tho mob; A Dcrfcct shower of paving bricks and ,opped work and all but about 0 had stones fell about the car and crashed J' the mine. Thero was scarcely an against tho vestibule at the front cnd7 permission between the concussions, behind which the motorinaii was con .ae first was a dull boom. Tneii there , cealed. Women threw bricks and us a rumbling nolso like au succeeded by a deafening, pro- handed them to the men who were In igcd and awful roar.'vhlch reverbcr-.o- i the front of the crowd. The window among the hills for mile, and the been lowered and the of the car had bricks crashed against tho seats t ok of which shattered glass In and fell upon the floor of tht rcry direction, in the immediate tf.fiTMf1 l.iti.H- I'lirt ..iii!iif.tnf .ity of the disaster. The moaning of oound was wt.ll understood but the uiotorman, A. J. McGrcw, qf St. Louis was struck on tho head wltti t'uiighout tho mining district and people Hocked to the mine a brick and rendered unconscious. He' llcfore they arrived mi .Toc.it. The patrolwas taken to a hospital. g volumes of coal smoke began tc man on the car was also hit with brick, but was not seriously hurt. A. ruiir out, showing that tiro had the explosion. call was made for the jwllce, but whcif a detachment of otllccrs arrived thk The otllcials of the mine were atnotif mob had dispersed and no arrests ucrV tc first to reach the shaft. A tally of ue men showed that some three core made, rcre missing, but ater a number of te miners appeared, haviug escaped a slope. Thero were about 23 la ibe company who were able to report scr presence to tho anxious friendi the shaft, but several others who jd managed to get out of the slope ltd fallen, overcome by the exhaustion e the fumes which they had Inhaled. then these had been reached it wai patent that at least 20 men. and possl- y SO, had been cut oft by the explo- mn and perished. Any who survived jjtic explosion would quickly hare from suffocation. Of the incidents atteridlng the ex o.ion, the survivors were for a long iiue too confused lo give an intclli- COL. D. B. 1IENDEHSON. jent account. Thero was no apparent (Prospective Speaker of the House of Hei nnger at, midnight, nor up to 3 o'clock, resentRtlveJ.) manager. nen tho underground "jomas Johnson, now missing, last THE CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL! 'ported. Every Man Attached to Divrry'a Fleet Ulrj Shortly after 4 o'clock; the watchman O ills' VI fcandfaHrnlu g sroodnuil iii imttio octManlla Will lt- TftfeuTSTbrown )va notlltfO. try' (Mi,oni nariMfat tikJerKt oc-unlthree-quarter- earth-(..ike- vl-- ,. ..- en-nnc- fol-nc- d V H rer-fTMie-d Spanish ofllcer Manila, Juno who has been a prisoner in thu hands of tho rebels and who was released by Aguinaldo, has coma through our linen to Manila. Ho claims to have been n witness of tho assassination of Gcu. Luna. According to his story tho relations between tho two Filipino leaders had been strained beto cause of Luna's attempt assume and of control affairs tho final rupture was forced by Aguinaldo Issuing occrct orders to tho pro. vlncial governors. Luna tlioreujioti notified Aguinaldo, demanding copies of the documents, mid Aguinaldo replied that Luna was a general of the army and that tha civil government did not concern him. Luna, on opening the reply at his headquarters, in tho pre eticc of his ollicers, esclnimod hotly: "He will bu dead One ofliccr, who was friendly to Aguinaldo, hastened to warn him, and Aguinaldo called together 20 trusted soldiers, fellow townsmen of his, and stationed them around his house, with instructions to kill any one attempting to cuter, reganllcKH of ran't. Luna appeared next day and saw Aguinaldo at tho window. A member of the guard said "Aguinaldo has gouo to imqicct his troops." Luna then exclaimed: "You are a liarl' drew his rovolver, struck at the guard and tried to force an entrance into tho house. llcfore he could use his revolt rr one of the guards bayoneted him, another shot him In tha back aud others stubbed hluu In all he had 30 wo indn. Luna's aldo tic camp was killed in the stme way. Tho Spr.nlnrd' story has not entirely dispelled the doubts of Luna's death and bet that he is alive nro freely made. Some people think that Aguinaldo has taken pains to send the Spaniard here with this story, furtherance of some diplomatic scheme, whllo others suspect that Aguinaldo has been assassinated by Luna's men. Since the American withdrew from Caudaba recently the rebels have returned and base wreaked vengeance upon thoe who befriended the AmerThey slaughtered the native ican. who surrendered fie town and displayed their heads on poles in the public square. 17. A $.ip.irilU, which Is perfect in Us jc-fitso regulates the cntir system as to brina inuorotis health. liver . Ina in i JfcctfA SaMaMtta An Art ii in i lit. Here the soice cf roiumcl for the defense thrillrd with dilution 2 "(Senilrmiti of fhe jury," lie crird, "you rnnnot Ie1u'c the prisoner to l tin- - coo. silluin the protecution would make turn out lo he! W ere lie cool and el. ttlUtitiK would he liusp intltdrred hit wife, an he i utsusrd of tlom' Would lie not mtlirr have hirrd icr in ordrr that iSrjc linuht he here Ml tin trial tu werp for htm and itiflurtKo jour rrdift with lit-- teamX,' Only Hip thuiiKlitlrs think lswjrr Uo not asmst t lie ends uf justice.--Detro- it Journal. r aaW.ABerl-tu- n I'linwrMma. ' Contains ICO mjx'rb h.ilf tone rngravings, made from phutcrailit tnkrii of our Aimy in ramp, mi tiaiiHrts and in actual sen Wg, lr' "ltl Four- - lltrit'-.trc- War show Suiiihniiid American dun boats, Cuba, iLv Sana, .Manilla, Lamlnat. Atcliitmurel tin- Rmiscsrlt, Sanqwon. Milts, Schley, UrouLs, Cairoll, Group of Artillery, Infantry, Miip, llitt. Jlitir prnetlce, Saiiili Soldier. lliMirtft'titt, l'liicl,mi!su', Joiksutiville, T.iinpa, Ijit Farewell Ixlirr Home, Hospital, Clara Hailtiti, Rotifc'h Rider. Santiago, San Juan, Manilla, the llcaiillful Women of Cuba aud Manilla. The Album is 3x8 Inches, weighs 13 cutis es, printed or hlicst coated paper vnl rlthh to an miiiir.. iti the I'nIUd Slates, Cicada or Mrsieu for I'.' cent In stamp or coin, to rover iw.tage and iark iiig Copy nvay be trvii at an) tir!rt otlica of the I Ilk' Four Route Order at norr. as the edition Is limited. AddrrM WARRKN .1 LYNCH. General and Twirl Agent, "Wi Four Route. Cinminati. Ohio Mark tiitrlot "War Album." Shatter, ur hew Islands. I'utum of our Dcwv), (.riieral Oiaiies Km; kntiwii httcldjj a Ciipl Clurlri Knijt, tlir author). Jc f iiiantirr and utmi A the eo-- 1 1U-ru- rr Jloiii, (Aar, . Paenr "DhI ynu ite that pale joints nn rallirg out '('au!' at the ribbon counter!" I'riilllraa Atittilttna. jear ao, when wr were mj loitrllirr, hi one ambition was to r a nnclitj huntrrand " ratrh hens ald w "Ve. " "Fate's awfully funnv. oinetniies. Ttn ith a lasso llethn (M'i) Her- WILL INCREASE THE ARMY. International Contention. MaptUl loanf renote' t'nlna of Amerlr. Itlrhmoml. Va July l3to lO.JsW the (1 H tc II Ity will mate is role of one far for the round trip rood Koine July II, t'J and Kl. giHHl rrturulntr from Itlrlitmnul not later (linn July Hi. Ily ilroltln ticket with joint nernt on ot Iwfure Julr i nnd Histiirut of Mi eriits return limit mar l ritrmlnl to lease Iticliuiond not Inter than AiiRii.t I.'.. tM'.l. Nut llifore the Klrtt of Auruat Can Ilia Nuiutirr of SolilUr In the I'hlllpnlne He llruticht tu the l.lmlu ' SV A information Hevit. II tc W1111 1 agents fur .So iter. - c-- v, fertnVtiaft1jHt aa tliu cxplo- - occurred. Hie work of rescue s promptly undertaken by Assistant ucral Manager Johnson and Daniel Mlrlin. underground manager of the Hub colliery, with a large number oi 6i ad tiers. many Three-Yea- s, Mrs. s, Y thom-Belv- es pul-mona- ry iTho party were confronted with p. tr I fur His dep gf d A hlmlh ind dlfllcultics. Men, women and W Mullttm L pericjcrrni children hung alout the opening of tlio slope, weeping and distracted Down below a pitchy darkness lighted by occasional brilliant bursts of tho conflagration raging Tho through lamps the pit. of? tho rescuing party shed feeble and the volunteer! gleams, groped their way down Into the mine, the poisonous gasscs almost choking them. After a brief time a body wai brought up, then another, and anotlirr, until 11 had been brought to the surface. None of them were mangled, The bodlct but all were blackened. Poor clothes cannot nuke wcrc.la d side by side in the large room you look old. Even pale checks uon't do it. in the ofllce building. Vour household carea may In tho midst of the excitement at be heavy and disappointtho mouth of the shaft, the unconscious ments may be deep, but form of Manager Urown was brought they cannot make you look old. to the surface. Tho opening of a door BARROW GUILTY. One thing does It and In one of the passages was followed by KIDNAPER never falls. an explosion, and Mr. liruwn fell Hn (irt a l'oarteeii-Yea- r Hentenct t'arrla It Is Impossible to look down, having been made scnsclca by June., the .Sun ilrl. Will rrrte young with the color of shock. the Yean In stale'. I'rlion. seventy years In your hair. In spite of the efforts of the rescuof the Arc Nr.w YoitK, Juno 17. The jury trying party, the proportions In the pit soon forced them to give all ing George 1!. Harrow, the kidnaper, attention to that. The work had to retired to consider their verdict at be stopped at frequent intervals owing 11:S0 a. in., Friday. They wero out to danger from fire damp, and with only 26 minutes and then rcturtud with a verdict of guilty. Judge unrachiretreat of tho men the fire ' double fury.' man immediately sentenced Harrow to "NoiiTii'sviiNKy, C. IJ., June IT. At 14 years and 10 months ot hard labor t SO Friday afternoon all tho miners In Sing Sing. had been accounted for except 11. The After Harrow had been !ntcnccd, body of Donald Martin was the only Delia Anderson, alias Carno Jones one missing. tho nurse gill, was called to tho bar and sentence to four yea r.' ImprisonNew York Hotel Hums. ment. Nr.w Yoiik, Juno 17 St. John's Park Clemency was accorded Carrie Jones hotel, on Hudson street, was gutted by because sho confessed and turnid fire Friday morning, and four guests state's evidenec. were rescued by firemen with scaling ladders. Mr. and Mrs. Morcy, of Ileported Aisastliintloii of AKUlnnlilo DeReuben Donnelly, a traveler, nied. Ho.sfi ICono, Juno 17. Tlio Filipino and S. S. Swartz, news dealer, were permanently postpones ihc slpns of age. Used taken from the building unconscious. junta hero sayH thero is no truth In tho according to directions it Tho other guests fled to tho roof and report circulated hero aud cabled to tho gradually brlng9 buck flic escaped. Thu cause of tho flro Is a United States that AgulnaJflohudbctH color of youih. At fifty your mystery. assassinated. , hair may look as It did at fifteen, it thickens the hair Hunker lllllrUity t'elelirallon. Killed tiln lllowlnif ITp Mumps. also; stops It from falllnR 17. Tho flag ship New Uoston, Juno Wai'akonkts, O., Juno 17. George out; and cleanses the scalp York and the battle ships Massachufrom dandruff. Varnhorst, while blowing stumps Shall we setts, Indiana and Texas, of the North with dynamite o his farm in the eastsend you our book on the Hair and its Diseases? Atlantic squadron, Rr. Adm. Sampson ern part of tho county, was struck by lit command, arrived in the Inner harThm Attvlem tho flying debris and instantly killed If you da not 0I1UI11 all tho benebor and dropped anchor about D o'clock Friday. His brother wan killed hi tho fits you srx'cted from the use of tha Alitor, write tho doctor about It. Tho customary same manner Ave years ago. Friday afternoon. 1'robsblr there Is some difficulty with your esnersl system which courtesies wore exchanged with Fort my ho esstlr rrmornf Address, After the Tobacco Trust. and tho navy yard battery. All DH. J. C AYElt, Warren Mm. Comjmjjub, a, Juno 17. Attorney arrungements have been fortheparado pf marines anil blue jackets from tho General Monnott Friday night filed , . . . var vessels Saturday iin connection suit In tho supreme court to oust tho Continental Tobacco Co., known us tha In time. Hold br drunlit. with Charleston Hunker Hill day M M trust, from doing business. . pre-railcd- , most favorable circumstances It will bo haidly Mslblo for tho government to increase its army ' in the Philippines up to the Jtt.004 limit before the first of August. About 0.000 of the troops destined for service in the Philippines, and included In the proposed &5.000 force, aro still In this country and will not bo able to roach the scene of aetiou for five or six weeks. Tho oHlcial of the war department are making every effort, however, to expedite their departure; and to that end have arranged for tho immediate preparation of the Sheridan, transports Pennsylvania, calandiaand Valencia. These vessels are all at San Francisco, and have a total capacity of 4,100. I' tiles present plans miscarry all thco vessels will start for Manila before tho end of the month. In addition to these reinforcements prqvlslons will havo to be made for the transportation of about 1,700 recruits now undergoing instructions at the Presidio of San Francisco, and the 10th regiment of infantry, numbering about 1,300 men. now In camp at MIddlctown, l'u. lllT.,iVl U. IT-.- ..-(- ,, ""HlwnrelWiMSTiiM.tilnij camp to tlinncr. Cleveland l'Jatn To tlM Takc Ijxntlso MrtimoOiilnltic TaWets. All dnitrglnta r,-- f tiiul nionej if It f alls to euro. 'JTjc, S'Mre e. 'mU "In ''She ha a rtmatkahle voice." whieh relKrctf - 1 In ISajr v sfsiml It is no 1 ('ole. ostng linn rrdiUhle for any girl tn have 'vt the itring." Atsb-iso- ' HOW Old She LOOKS Ayer's travel-td'xwlt- h 1 1 Vigor tell-tal- e Bt Fr. i .,. cele-trilo- "jn-- - fS3S& J r A. -- JS.. . nv nrMiUir A'a.rJaV'Jr'J , 'Afiftr V t TOYAGE ENDED. "Oen. (Jrniitnml 1,800 Men Arrive I Manila on Transport blieniiiiii. ADVANCED PARTY REPULSED. KclnforrAiiipiiU Wort- Hont ml the Kakele Ware Defeated Americans Had riva Man Killed. ON THE DEFENw0MAN i CAiLKE.!LA SECRET- . . L. a...r at Geo.. Hal. and runilon ifclre to Accnn-Iny Their Iteglmeiile llomeTu I'nni;)vanlana will SUrt for I " Home 'I( Vteelc -- Manila, June United State 'transport Sherman, which sailed from tO.-- Thc after tho transport arrived. The troop brought by tho transport will go to the Wand of Negro to re Hevo tho California troops. Gen. Ilatos, who arrived on the transport, and Gen. Grant will bo probably as- tfgnud to tho command of the volun- '""" Jinu generals of whom will leave for homo soon. t'eiid. lla'.o and Fuuston desire to nc- eompany thrlr regiment home. Tho 'Utah artillery, It U announced, will .aocompany tho Nebraska troops on board the transport Hancock, leaving their gun hero. The Pennsylvania!! will strt for homo on tho transport Soffator this week. Tho Indiana alld Monday with 500 discharged and hlclc soldiers, Sho will go Into dock for a few days at Nagasaki, Japan. Military operation against ' the Insurgent In the south have ap- 'yparcntly boon plnnnctl. flan. Wheaton at Imus, sent out rc- conntfltcrlng parties Monday to locate the enemy and other reconuaUances -- are being made from Cavlte. --- San Francisco May 21 with 1,800 men and 75 officers, under command of Ilrlg. Uen. Fred I). Grant, has arrlvcl hero fjfter n smooth voyage. One private THE PRESIDENTAT H0LY0KE. lie til flueil of Sir. W llltny-unc- Ly for Pre.l.Um MrKliiley Mat Anything It. 1 a lUj of ItriU U 1 Hoi.vokk, Mass., ident's -- At Springfield Miss Grace JlolClnley and CoL Roger Morgan, of sthU oily, boarded tho train, Col. Morgan conveying the welcome of Gov. Woleott to the distinguished visitors. In honor of tho pretence of President McKlnley this olty was In gala dress .Saturday. Mr. Whiting will bo the president's host. Moi.yom:, Mass., Juno IP. Sunday for the presidentwas anything but tho day of rest that was hoped for. The continual crowding of the curious tho immense Jam at tho church Sunday morning nnd later in tho day an unexpected and totally unprepared- for lueoplion in connection with tho aaubaccAlauraiitrtuxcrt-Ucaa- t Mount, Holy oktf'nottcge'niuiia'Uie uylong'nnd tiro' Koinv for all. -- o'clock. June 19. The prespfoUl train arrived at 10 cltl-mi- s, ir?i. Ai....n,u. Manii.j , June 10.- - Every precautl traveling nnmnnnlnn Is being tkcn to guard against an u near Warrensburg, Mo. expected leturn of tho Filipino troojX Jctcr then stole Gates's witoott. team rtTllO" . jtA a. h .1 qucnt aipault of tho Anericull ncl money and escaped At Vallev ftnjrCenter, Kan., a few weeks lator Jester territory ou trios ts In tho which tho former were driven on Tw was arrested and confessed. He waa taken to Warrensburg, but escaped bc-day. A force of insurgents Is repof. ore iiis trial was called. Thousands to bo at Salltrnn and a battalion of l 18th infantry has been sent from IbU9. of dollars were spent in searching, but to no avail. to wntuh their movements and rccQ It Is now claimed that Jester went nolter the adjacent country. ffc the to hhawnee, Okla., under the name of Wabiii.noto.v, June 18. DespHo war department's statement that"0 W. II. IIIU, as he is now living. Tho alleged murderer Is 80 years old, uneasiness is felt over the boldncs theAocr-Icin- s wealthy and influential, lie will bo the Filipinos in attacking nt San Fernando, It Isvirtn' nrrcstcd at once. that tho situation is regarded asgriTe. AFTER THE TRAIN ROBBERS. It Is more than four montfts sine the Filipinos took the initiative fit cak- they I..t the Iloln In the Wnll Country ing an attack, and. wlnlel tl"5y and Are how lloadlni; Toward the were soundly thrashed for thejr pn", fcouth-T- hr l'oun still In !urtilt. nothing permanent seems tohavcK'en , Wyo., June 10. Eight of tho accomplished. Current news doci not poso hunting the Union Pacific train confirm the statements that the Fil plnos have been whipped lntosutnl-slon- . robbers In the Hole in the Wall counNearly COO Americans have keen try returned to Casper Sunday. The killed in action and 1,&00 woutilcd robbers have left tho Hole In the Yall mountains and are traveling since hostilities began in Fcbruarj. back south. The last heard of them Tho department confines Its anxiety to Aguinaldo'sfwherc-abou- t was at Powder river coming south. s. It is not denied that the Fili- They seemed to be heading toward pinos have shown n remarknblo ability Wolton. A large party Is following to recover from disasters, nnd another them now. BILLINGS' PUBLIC BEQUESTS. .Sunday tho guards were placed at all battle is expected to take place beA Large Number of I'iiIiIIo Institutions tween Gen. MacArthur's troop nd the bridges across the Platto river, and Will lln llenefltlrd hy the Will of those of Agulnnldo. There Is food new men with fresh horses started for Ilia Hint. mi .Millionaire. reason to believe that tho Insurgents the Wolton country. The pursuing arc massing and organizing again in party at bulllvaii's sheep camp, whero Hoston, June 20. Tho will of tho late llobert C, Hillings gives about tho Cnlumplt region, and tho encounter the robbers ato breakfast and took a 8700,000 in public bequests. Including will probably take placo thcreJT Gen packhorsc and bed, were 12 hours behind. 8100,000 each to Harvard college, the MacArthur lias about 7,000 tncn.1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (with 550,000 additional to found tho Hillings student fund), and the Museum of Flno Ats, S50.000 each to tbe Massachusetts (lencral V m ea it ' hospital, New England hospital for women and children, Childrens' hospital, Massachusetts eye anil car ft S tit T YJ" Infirmary; 825,000 to Perkins InN stitute for tho blind, the AmeriGLZMmaam2s. a S XT.. n can Unitarian association, the Hoston i . iftwwjtBT at arrt a. x r ho Young Mens' Christian union, home x S m ji laay for aged men, the Hampton Institute, Ili jj uvii-s- .' 1 l Hampton, Va.; $10,000 to tho Tuscogce, Ala., Normal school; 85.000 to Atlanta university; S10.000 each to 15 public and eburltablo Instlttttlnna in .mid tw tin.HnAltaiUMiAft'lilmunwruUKXuOten sums of &2,60Dor over to various bodies. r vf JCjiPxKft I -- Manila, Juno 20. A battalion of tho 4th Infantry, which loft Imus, where Gon. Wheaton Is In command, Monday morning, to rcconnoltcr to wards Peres las Marinas, whero It was Hupposcd most of tho rebels who escaped from Paranaquo and Ilacoor had lied, was attacked In tho rear by apparently friendly natives. This brought on a sharp engagement, lasting several hours, resulting In five Americans being killed and about 23 being wounded. Tho loss of the rebels was very heavy. The battalion soon exhausted Its ammunition and at 2:30 Monday afternoon Gen. Wheaton and his staff, with the 2d battalion, two mountain guns and one field piece went to reinforce the troops nttneked. Gen. Wheaton was fired on In a road, and had a narrow escape. Later the "d battalion was ordered to the front and formed on tho Las Minas rtnd. Heavy firing on both sides followed, tho nrtillery being freely used. Tho enemy was located In tho woods nt 4 o'clock, showing Mgin of retiring, as tho rebels were being pressed pretty hard. One gun of the ilth nrtillery secured an advantageous position did good execution. The light was still In progress at 5 o'clock, nt w'hluh time tho Americans had secured n quantity of Filipino arms, which had been abandoned in the woods. The scene of tho fight is over 20 miles from .Manila. Insurgents Take the Offensive awl" Assault ou Our Out pouts Expected. War Department Official Heported to Ona-iyJllgld Blockade of Luton -A liar Mean Decided oa by the A'dinlnlttratlo ; rhlrl7 Years a Hitter TelU of a Slurder Commltte-- l 67 Her Ilrother Alexander, .,ri7 ik in S 5TATE ITEMS OF INTEREST. ' Tfca 1 luimons here deuiandlnt-l;d for murder. Mav '2. Urdcred his William Gates, On Wichita, JJn., Juns 19. Becaus er wealthy brother to obcr cr whims Mrs. Cornelius Street, of hawnce, Okla., has written Sheriff m hB nrrrtu BRADLEY MEANS BUSINESS. Tbe JUDGMENT REVERSED. i.i.. ;oernor le Determined, to Retora I'eare In Clay Coontr Itesard- lete of Coet. Frelcn Insurance Companies 1 Won heir Case lief ore the Kentucky Court of Appeals. Xf1 m. Casi-kk- -- J! M t :t w .r - 4 ff .f mm 2J& rm ".. -m Frankfokt, Ky., Juno 18. Got. Bradley lias not the power; to declare martial law In tho county of Clay, where a reign of terror exists as the result of the assassination of Tom llaker last Saturday, but ho Intends to restore order there, regardless of cost. The governor received a letter Friday afternoon from Circuit Judge Ever-ol- e denying that ho had, as reported, adjourned court at Manchester because of the fear of personal violence. The judge says that court was adjourned because he realized that justice could not bo meted out with ilT.iirs In such chaotic condition. He ays that he will hold n special session in Clay within the noxt few weeks. The troops will probably bj sent back then. If order can not be restored nnd those under indictment tried, a special session of the legislature would bo the only remedy. Under tin. piesent Kentucky law the governor can not even appoint n special judge until the regular judge has refused to sit and the circuit clerk notifies him that the members of the bar have fai ed to elect. In Clay county the circuit clerk is a mem-be- .' of the White faction, and, if Judge Evcrsolc should decline to sit, he would practically have the selection of his successor. If an extra session were held the county of Clay would cither be abolished and divided up among adjoining counties, o.-- the governor would be given power to appoint special judges at will nnd special rnud juries from other counties to go to a lawless county and investigate sud find tho Indictments. The governor Friday night declared to bo false the special dispatch sent out from Lexington Thursday that ho was equipping soldiers in Eastern Kentucky to go to Harlan county. The condition there is much better than it is in Clay county. A FnANKForrr, Ky., Juno 10. About 80 foreign insurance companies, recently indicted and fined heavily In ,tha Franklin circuit court on the charge of conspiring together to fix insurance rates won in the court of appeals Thursday in a decision reversing the judgment of the court below. The fines assessed against the companies In this, county alone aggregated over S20.000, und, in addition to ' this, indictments have been found against them in nearly half of the counties In the state. The opinion of the court was unanimous except Judge GuiTy. The companies altccted arc all those under tho juristiction of the Kentucky and Tennessee board of insurance underwriters. Insurance men say that had the judgment of the lower court been affirmed all forcigt. insurance companies would have with drawn from the Kentucky field. A '.f FATAL SHOOTING. r Ilrother S Morta-ljWounded hj a Man,. ho Escaped 1hrjrJuarreled Over aVerjr Initial Matter. v Mokoantow.v, Ky., Juno 13. shooting affray took place at Dcxtcrr vllle, Hutler county, eight miles from Morgantown, at a picnic, in which W. X. Casey shot and killed John C. Hut ton and mortally wounded Mac Hurton, brother of John. Casey is still at large. A warrant has been sworn out and officers arc in pursuit. The difficulty occurred between Mail Hurton and Casey over the picking of a, banjo, in which Casey shot Mac Hurton through the neck. When ho went to make his escape John Hurton caught Casey and was shot through the heart, dying instantly. All arc men of family. m ti .ii I'ovrerlpiit to l'unlili I.uwllrraknr. Fhankfokt, Ky., June 17. The of State Inspector ro-p- ort TO . c'f ' W? v rScsyr Afcfcrf ,rc-rva- f .V-- a Mob After Mini. Mmni.Khnono, Ky., June 10. At Rock House, Letcher county, John Mooro rMrw-''i3W3WWMB- P. 'THE PROHIBITION IS RAISED. FIGHTINGSXTH REGIMENT. American Neat Ullln ami nwltie Can Now II Imported Inln Uelgium Under Term or the IHU7 Decree. II ArrUr rWr at Manila -- Cot. Kellogg, of Ilia aOlh Infantry, llrramn III on the Way lo Honolulu Oi 1 rKJJca) vw rsrwr&z.m Pk mm and Chris Craft engaged in a quarrel In the presence of William Maggard. Maggard took hides with Moore, when Craft pulled a pistol and shot Maggard - I i'"3 "'"l'"1"1 iwumuituu. mt rvn lo.WtV.. Craft . . t. - ninrinU tisit "vriiij-M- K lovremiiv a.iur.outa moti. cvntlAts. pitwrtht I nntlnn ffo( lUnrr ..b 1 Iviintmliabl TlvTipdfT '"-'""'' t.,- -i to try these cases." UJblle iO law-abidi-- N rul. Lester, who was sent by the governor to Knott county, shows that a lawless element has been overrunning tho county. A band of 200 regulators have terrorized people. Forty of them tho arc under indictment, but can not ba convicted because tho band is feared i- .. 4 1 .1 !.'"" . jiJA v . W -- Wamii.noton, Juno 10. Plenipotentiary Kasion has Just received an authenticated copy from Hclglum of the decree recently enacted by the llclgian government raising tho prohibition on tho Importation into Hclglum of American neat cattle. This will bo formally published at once for tho information of the meat inspectors In this country. Tho deforce recites tho preceding decrees prohibiting importations of cattle from America and the oplulon of the veterinarians and announces that American meat cattlo and swlue can now bo Imported into Uelgium under tho terms of the decree of 18U7 prescribing the .places whero they may bo lauded and slaughtered. EL'EVEN FIREMEN INJURED. I Alln llrot,, m Ht W holetale Urorery, Omaha, !. Hunted With of 115,000 ou llulldlng and Oulenle. Omaha, Neb., Juno 10. At an early hour Sunday morning tho building by Allen llroj., wholcsalo grocery, was discovered on tire. Tho blare started on the fifth floor and burned downwards destroying tho fourth and fifth floors and their contents. The damage to the atcck Is estimated at 3100,000 and is covered by 9170,000 The building Is damaged insurance. 815,000, tho loss being covered by lu ll ran co. During ttio progress of tho fire a magazine filled with powder which the tlreincn were moving to a place of safety, exploded. Eleven including tho chief were injured, two seriously. firo-jne- ed n The Mlttlonarle Are Safe. IloNfl Ko.no, Juno 10. Tho reports that Kev. II. S. Phillips, Mrs. Phillips and Miss Scars, missionaries of the Church Missionary society, with three native converts, rioters In tho is contradicted, nounced that all by were recently killed province of Nnn Wei, nnd It Is now annro safe. The hfai 1'itiaea Cape Vrrdn lilande. Pamh, Juno 10. A dispatch fron; tho Capo Verde Islands announces cruiser that tho French hccond-clasSfax, carrying Cnpt. Dreyfus, has passed here en touto for llrcst, where ho la not expected before Saturday next. s Kcnlucklan Ilrowued. Near Claiiksvii.le, Tenu., Juno Hill's Island, up tho Cumberland, n man named Lovoman, of Frankfort, lie was pushed Ky., wns drowned. from & ferryboat by frightened horses. 10. Wasiiixotox, June 20. The arrival of tho Sherman means that Gen. Utls will receive substantial reinforcements. The Sherman left San .Francisco May 22, and carried the Clh infantry and a number of recruits, numbering in all 41 ofllccrs and l,s:S enlisted- men, under command of llrlg. Gen. Hates. Col. Kellogg, of tho 20th Infantry, was taken 111 on the trip from San Francisco to Honolulu and was Invalided home from the last named port. Tho transport Grant left San Francisco on tho 30th with the 10th infantry, nnd Is expected to arrlvo at Manila early next week. Some confusion results from ths coupling of Illolo wlthNcgros. There UNCLE SAM: irFRTATNT.Y: WlT.T.fC T nVH ATT T OTAWTM is a battalion of the 1st California at -' f!lfc,A. " .4AAJ, A tinil. &UM Negros, under the command of tho officer at Hollo, which is tho head quarAt the last cabinet meeting Ixfore JOINT GRANITE MONUMENT. ters of that part of tho Philippines. President McKInley's departure for Holyoke, Mass., tho following decisions Tho American and Kncll.li hallort Will r.lkt' Annual Contention. wcro reached: Erect It to the .Memory of the Knclith St. I.OUI8, Juno 20. This city Is tak 1. That In view of the strength of Speaking Men Slain at Souiou. ing on a purple aspect In honor of tho Aguinaldo In tho north, ns developed lst annual convention nnd of In dispatches from Gen. Otis, the agVan Couvkk, II. G, June 10. Austho Hcncvolcnt and Protective Order of Elks which begins here Tuesday. gressive campaign against tho rabel tralian advices say that the officers of tho Hrltlah and American war That color, with tho red, white- and nhlef must be renewed with vigor. 2. That the army and navy must cowho have bceu fratcrulz ng during the blue of tho nntlonal flag is to bo seen everywhere in the decorations on busi- operate to maintain a tight blocVado recent trouble in Samoa, have decided o' Luzon in order to prevent the land- to erect a joint monument in memory ness buildings nnd residences. ing of supplies of any character to tho of the English speaking slain in the Death or Norman Williams. rebel forces. various engagements. It is intended Hamiion', N. H., Juno 20. Norman The object of the blocka lo is to pre- to erect n granite monument with tho Williams, a leading lawyer and mil- vent tho landing of munitions and r names of tho Hrltish engraved on one lionaire resident of Chicago, died at supplies which In somo mystrr ous panol and tho Americans on the other, his summer cottage at Little Hoards- - way keep (lowing Into Aguinaldo. Hy surmounting the roll of tho killed head. Hampton Hoaeh, at .1:30 o'clock a blockade It is honed that this will with tho Hrltish and American flags Monday evening, aged 03 year. Mr. be checked. intertwined. Williams camo hero in April sulTorlng Train Ilobber Sentenced. Maw Market for American Manufacturers. from It right's disoaso and death Si:i)ai.ia, Mo., June 10. The jury In from that malady. Wabmhoto.v, Juno 19. The recithe case of Ed J. Stubblcfield, charged procity treaty with the Hrltish colony Human Skull Found. with tho attempted robbery of a Mis- of liurbadocs has been signed and will Waiiarii, Ind., Juno 20. A human souri Pacific express train near hero in continue five years or longer. Tho skull was found In tho creek at Mon November last, returned a verdict Sun islands depend upon the United States mouth Mondny morning and tho stream day, finding Suibblcfleld guilty and for their food supply, but have been Is being dredged for tho remainder of fixing his punishment at ten year.' Im- getting nearly all of their manufacthe skeleton. The suspicion is that prisonment in tho stato penitentiary. there has been a murder nnd that tho Tho trial of James I. West, Stubble-field- tured goods from England. Sugar is their chief product, nnd Americans body was burled In tho bank of tho alleged accomplice, began Mon- bought over SJ.OOO.OOO worth of It last creek and washed out by high water. day morning, year. Ihe lleroeanf Tlirranne. Clatollne F.xploalon. Tne HUM or imllntmeut Ignored. Hatti.k (inou.M), Ind., Juno 20. Tho Ci.kvki.ano, 0., Juno 19. The entire Hkadinq, Pa., June 19. The lkrks Tlppceanoo Hattlo Ground Memorial county grand jury Saturday ignored front of tho brick house of Abraham association decorated tho graves of tho tho bills of Indictment charging cer- Kohn, nt 33 Wadsworth street, was fallen heroes of tho battle of Tippeca- tain Handing railway employes with blown out by an explosion of gasoline noe, November 11, 1811, Sunday. Col. being responsible for the recent wreck Sunday, and Kohn, his wife nnd It. P. Dohart hpoko to 2,000 people. nt Kxeter, whero 20 persons wcro killed child oro In tho hospital. Tho baby will surely die, nud Kohn, himself, is nnd many more Injured. Tatcutt'a Fathor Dead. bollcvcd to bo fatally burned. Mrs. Ciuoaoo, Juno 20. Jnmos II. Tnscott, Found Dead In Her lied. Kohn was oleanlng somo garment with foster father of tho famous "Willy" Ci.Ncix.vATi, O., Juno 10. Mrs. .Mary gasoline und she left tho vessel uncovTascott, Is dead. It said grief over Hollcrnn, aged found 102 years, the boy's disappearance, following tho dead In bed at tho home of was daugh- ered In the housi while she went out her in tho yard, tho door b.'lng closed. In murder of Millionaire Snell, wns a ter, Mrs. John Garr, Gladstone avenue, some wy tho gasoline was ignited contributory factor to Tascott's death. his city. and the jxploslou followed. - creek, Harlem county, a man named A party composed Speeder was shot. of Harlem county citizens arc on their way to the scene of strife, and will beg the fighting mountaineers to return to work. The Fighting Mountaineer Mmm.Knoito, Ky., June IS. In an other collision between several of tho Lee and Taylor factions on Prickett's I'ald the ioldlert. Lexington, Ky., June IS. CoL Williams Friday night paid the 100 members of the 1st Kentucky regiment. state guard, who were on duty in Man chester last week. Tho payroll footod up S1.9S3.50 for the 11 days. The coot of transportation, rations, etc., will bring up tho total expense to the sltto to about S4, 000. -- 1 A ' make a general survey of tho proposed Southern railroad extension from Hurgin to Middlesboro, touching this point. l'opnllita Mar Nominate Ulalr. Local Louisville, Ky., June 17. populists say their party will nominate a full state ticket at their convention, which will be held In Frankfort on July 27. Candidates for railroad commissioner will also be named. John G. Hlair, of Nicholas county, is tipped for gubernatorial candidate. Her Morr Doubted. Coi.UJiniA, Ky., Ihe Surrey Commenced. Ivo Killed by a Train. Lancaster, Ky., June 10. Citizens Winchester, Ky., June 10. WhlM of this county are enthusiastic over on their way to meet the body of thelf tho fact that a corps of engineers be- nephew, Hiram Rogers, who was accl gan at Hurgin Wednesday and will dentally killed Friday at Konccverte, Samuel T. Ilupard and Rupard, hib wife, were strucV by a passenger train on the road near this city and both were ir stantly killed. W. Vo., Mrs.-Susa. n Hh-e- cd June IS. A mysteriThe Invitation Accepted. ous killing occurred about ten miles Louisville, Ky., June 15. At a meet from here in Adair county. Walker Smith, IS years old, was shot in the ing of the Commercial club Tuesday head and instantly killed. A woman afternoon a letter from tho Youni who claims to have been present says Men's Husincss club, of Cincinnati, intho boy killed himself, but there nro viting tho members of the former orthoso who believe some one clso did it. ganization to the Queen City, as ths guests of the Young Men's club, was She Shot a Ilurglar. road. The invitation was accepted. Louisville, Ky., June IS. Hurglars Violent UalUtorm. Friday morning tried to enter tho resLancaster, Ky., Juno 19. A violent idence of Mrs. Griffith, on Hank street. She opened fire on them with a re- hailstorm swept over Huckeyc, this, volver and wounded ouo. who was car- county, near tho Kentucky river. Hunried off by his pals, leaviug a trail of dreds of dollars' worth of damage was done to wheat, hemp, corn and tobaceu blood. Tobacco House Horned. IlF.NiiKitsoN, Ky., June 17. Thomas Hodgc'h tobacco house nt Nebo, Hopkins county, burned nt noon. Loss, 845,000; Ileiult of an Old Grudge. Lexington. Ky., June 19. Charles Gilbert, of this city, engineer on a Lexington & Eastern work train, wa shot iii the breast with a double-ba- r rcled shotgun by Thomas Haines, a fireman on Dolan Hros., steam shovel at St. Helen's station. It was the result of an old grudge. Tho mercury has fallen since thcu. 20 degrees 's 10. The old this county held an assembly A good crowd was In hero Thursday. Will ltetlit Atteiiment. Lkxinoton, Ky., June 17. Represen- attendance, and about 50 names arc entatives of local national banks, at a rolled, whose aggregate ages amount meeting Thursday, decided to resist as- to 3,501. The oldest is James Jacobs, sessment ou their stock for city taxes. of this city, aged 95. Insurance, 835,000. Carlisle, of Old Settler Ky., Juno .Meo.. sot-tie-rs Murder Sentenco Anirired. 'er Kentucky l'ott Onicei. Frankfort, Ky., June 10 The Washington, June 10. Tho followsentence of Alex. Pence, of Madiing post offices have been established edne&day son county, was ntllrmcd in Kentucky Hadgcr, Taj lor county, Millln, by tho court of appeals. Ho killed David Collins Postmaster; Williams, James Smith, whom ho thought w as Menifee county, George Sublott, Magoflln county, too Imtlmate with his wife, who was postmaster; 10 years old. Penco being 00. Jnsp r Owens, postmaster. 14-y- ,. Damage Verdict Alllrmed. Accidentally KlllmL Frankfort, Ky., Juno 15. Tho court 17. Iloscoo Ky., Juno OwKNMtoiiO, Nantz, son of Curtis Nantz, of this of appeals Tuesday afllrmed a judgcounty, while playing near his home, ment against the L. & N. Railroad Co., pulled a lumbt" pile over upon himself which gives S12.000 damages to Mis ChrUtlue McEwaa, of Frankfort ,--, ' ud wm killed. tCS. i Vis' sr r" "'?. rn t?- - M i ST m y . Going to Build This Spring? Wo cnu furnish you with everything needed to build with . . . at . . . The rond law now in for New JerHtM furnishes pro ho best illustration of the advertise. n applt of modern method Wheat threshing will be in full the construction and mnliiteiu blnt next week. fioTMain Springs in your Watch for of nubile highways. Under Qneenswnre at SiiawV, A green grocer is ouo who does not I LOCAL NEWS. A .MOKli l.OAU LAW. h$ TIIKFKMA1.K l'Kdl'USAL. G rover f (Jrorrr .Mailo maaniia Skin. 16- - K M to fc : if.". cents per hundred. Fulton was well represented at the convention hist Monday. PRICES. VERY LOWEST -- Poverty keeps oil" more eases of gout than all the physicians cure. Hieknianites are luxuriating on Ronfjh Lumber, I, roasting ears and fried chicken. Dressed Luinlwr, A number of iishing parties are bebillows, Doors nnd ing made up for the 1th of July. Sash and Hlinds, Shimdos, Nails, A society woman is one who lias Builders Hardware, learned to Miiile like a politician. Paints and Oils, Special attention to Hardware Lime, Cement and Plaster1. shclt goods at Shaw's. Let us figure witli you. Children s Dtywillbe observed at the MethodUt ehuivli next Sunday. &W. If some of our oris ts could grow rve,s like we see on the ladies' hat.s this j y - - r r r y ' ' t yr"" year, wouldn't they have a fortune? ' car-Y The manufacturers of horseless that riages of various descriptions find Talilo. Railroad Timo they cannot nil orders nust enougn. jeBr Handle, will clean your Watch St. L. R. K. N., 0. and guarantee it for I year, for fit) ceuts AHUIVKH. LKWES: man is weariug al colli 1ft Trln No, 5.1 at 9 30 l. m Train No. 82, 27 M la in. mostThe broad drink as tho icu man In a smile as m. Tralii Nu 4, Train No. 3, at 2 Over 12O.0O0 acres of wheat Ileitis were plowed up in Indiana this spring Elections in Louisville. There Is to be an old timo fiddler's liAKG COUSTY'S 1'KUI'OSED LEVIE at Dyorsbnrg, Teuti., on July 1. mnnner in which tho Dem- contest The From Obion Ohnmlclo.J Dright men, with business tact and ocratic municipal primary election a faith iu advertising, make good tunes. A special from Union City Bn.y: was conducted in Louisville on There is nothing too good for tho "There are thousands of acres fcf Monday of last week discloses a small lxy who has the pretty grown up land iu Lake and Obion countiw condition of lawlessness which is sister. which would bo among the mo it A clerk with nu unpleasant manner amazing in a city the size of LouIn the State, but for tie . may make ineffective tho best advertis-meutisville and possessing its com in or annual overflow of the Miasissl j cinl importance and prestige. An fhe last Leglslatu e Little Kiuest Harms, son of Mr. J. pi river, idea of the condition of Louisville O. Barnes, is very low with typhoid passed nn act permittinK La t moraly nnd politically can be ob- lover. county to issue $100,000 bonds d Triumph over tained from the statement of Hon. the victor ability to oue difficulty agives coustruct a levee whioh will r triumph over still deem this laud. It is thought t J. S. O. Blackburn, who carried on greater one. win require siau.uuu or 8Ut,utll a senatorial contest several winMr. C. J. Worth and daughter, Mrs were, in tho to tjullti the levee, lionco those ters ago, nnd presumably knows W. D. Powell, of Moscow, torested are endeavoring by p city Tuesday. whereof ho speaks. He is quotrate subscriptions to mako up tl A single good ad well worded often ed us saying: brings success. But it requires others difference. Judge Harris and I) W. J. Walker have secured tl "If I had my way I would not allow to continue it. a delegate from LouLsvillo to ever sit following subscriptions from tl: A colored excursion from Cairo and again in a State convention. I have citizens of Obion county: .Taint' never known of an houest election be- Columbus camo down Sunday on tho Kumage, $1,500; Dr. Lvtton, (5 steamer Charleston. ing held there. Tho political condition there is rottener than that of PhiladelIt Is easy enough to tako things Ounniughnm Bros., 82,000; J. phia, and this exhausts comparisons. philosophically, but. it's hard to part and J. B. Wells, $1,000; A. Well If you have political business in Louis- with them that way. and ltobt. Tucket t, 1,000. "Ui ville you must deal either with the Tlio mrutsuro of ona's greatue-s- s is cle Bmy,, Wilson, or Obion, ha "Whallen or tho Haldeinau crowd, and las goodness, mid tho measure of his guaranteed $2 per aore for Id they are both rotten to the coro." goodness is his love. overflowed land, which, il Again, the lion. John lthen. thought, will make his contribn Mr. .To. "Witting, who has been . a State convention, held in Mississippi several mouths, re- tion some 110.000. The propoie up a nllver dollar before his audi turned homo Tuesday. levee will start three miles helo Doing good at homo Is ...w ...v. i tllnlrmtLn Kv. anil urill AvIAiii .., w..M ..... ...WHH.WH, ence. Haying, "tuts la me only I IV.. . mitaluir. koW lliithu, " richest l Uown tht rlTer.,oni t weotiJlj nUu cart ,.rench the hear St mine thttutho'lCliMullVoT'WW thine tlmt lu ,. . no") m ntiaat.uinumg oi ir. John W. Cowirill nttonded tho politicians." There are thousands Supremo Lodgo of tho Knights of Hon- A SncreRHful Airship. of honest men in Louisville, but or, at Detroit, Mich., last week. A citizen of Evnnsville, Intl., by The contract for filling tho big hole the continued rascality there in on Carrol street is to bo let out the name of Arcidus Farmer, repolitics is u disgrace to civilizato tho lowest bidder. Seo notice in cently invented an airship. One this issue. tion. day last week tho second test wt Tho Stone delegation from Fulton Juecie Lawrence Anderson, to the county convention, Saturday, made which proyed successful. of May field, wants to be insurance wore badges with a small piece of stone The exhibition was given nt the attached. commissioner of tho State. base ball park nud was witnessed Dr. J. A. Prieto fell from his stable by several thousand people. The Saturday and ship was sent up ubout sixty feet, The Medical Record calls the loft at Union City bust ho was confined injured his back so 16 one-third 50c, at Handle's. -- Old papers for side at this office at r T-- fr L P. ny S.Ellison ' 11 ' Clevuliuid was caught n limner's KVKIIYTIIINU 14 " in Connecti. ut one tluy Inst week Nico and Clsan, "ml '"..nu.iily ejected G rover I ..... . .. ..la. VU1 a. 1. l .a I. ..I. ,ltl Im' " ,,rm s,u"u l"'",UI Fresh and Cold I with pole on trimiiMcr unit strum id li l in hand uutl sent it oniupun-nizelaw the abutting property inn buck to inform the irate dinner ten per cent, of the cost of The sentimental reason usually who ho luul lired out The fanner HSbigned for thp existing structlou, "Idle the State mud In didn't enre u "opper if the Unit intruder was an ptopnsnl tiy the untle- -i nnd the county Hit , mill woman is modest unit hiiv itnu lieu a light stole over his fact' mid mnlnder. These prniiorllons w A I.I. Kl, VOItS, i iiiiihI be wooed iiml in'eppersondlit) Miiil he wti.--t lilninotl of course vary In different a glntl of it ed b.v the bold mid liupaNrdnued because of local conditions, iti to nOCOCOLA, for Cleveland liml nnco relu-e- d Tills soutllls well bill the iim nrlnelnle of disl rllnil li.o IIIlit ale to con linn the. fanner's appoint .. FIUJITNKOTAU, applicable ... ...?A. f"1' riinunil Is (julle dlflereul, , imwil ... tMilmri, Iwwlniiikliir .,,. . A I'll i ru i f I np mine proposes necause ne .Qtntn. It would !p tinitint Irt'rji. i'HOSIMlATKS, U the hrcitd winner. ..in ii... siutn in r.,ii-- ilia lie iiivitCH so we .see HOW (lie muiuiioiis oi IOKS. expense. The county, wlildi (I Hi female to share, the bread tune tin sometimes. even tluni'S up. OIlUaSMIil) Kit U ITS nlsheB nearly all the frafltu idl- wliuh he earns. She doe not Hartford Herald ing over the road, should cool fib propose to him heonuse It would and LK.MONADK. prosuinpiloiiN for qAiip uto a goiiproun share, and the be pxtretnely i AM. AH abuttint property, belne nnlinnc ker In ask him in board, Indue I C lllll CKIAL 1 ULIL I COLD AS ICE CAN MAKE THEM. ed in value by the existence of i'i clothe her until death do u the road, should bpnr a fair pro- part." V Iu fact, the Ine.rPBSPtl Now, if lh new iiiranK portion. haSXZp feimile prnpoHiil-- is growing Vl VUl U 1 VIlU A IMtKMH HUI'PLY OF selling value of farm lands in NeV Jersey has bo far exceeded the aor. It must he Mutt the le-- ) cost of the roads as to iirnveltt ... C.- -i beooinlng a liread i provltl il ... 11. r ..II 1 iim n u SOUrce til uurAlcuiru (Mllllt ill n i'i ll... .....I.. nif mmv. l..r li in iim nunt elf respmuiiig woman tho owners, while the easy and inexpensive iiiphiih of rpacliiug oiild braxenly say to man: 4,l the markets at all Reasons adds aut you to undertake my sup ........ I.In II.. (,. l,o l,..,n.nu .l..l..rU i.rt MMr mask) itiik IllUlt I14IIJ IU luu 1111.11111 1UIICJ ,r.(. --;products from fnim Received Every Week"! t n ... iiiiikw fi iiift wnVtfti iir.ikirint Dr. Law, of Snu Francisco, has undoubtedly applied u (HHcliiuticiu .,Ui fluid fur ini..i.iil.ittiiii In ..H serlli.L that the women now 'do h great deal of the ptopntdng mid Hint their privilege to propose will' be generally Mfojprt-Heutl- oufhinr I pn-miM"- ) . I I I . - -- d eui-toi- n Ssda Water, I - ... ."... -v.. - t- - .. - - iinnni ri r - ! "'.fjlp ill - nmfwr -.- "' ! L ownay s n.t:T tli-i- Chocolates, f ,- 4,-- vy I The old proofreader, who had 5et'' 'or ' HUO'' or years correct tl,w tliouniuul and one minor ' irror which tho haslo of news- -- r 1 11111,111. i borne But J before it reaches the print mothodl-valuabltr's hands, was a most has been to offer anything iu the l COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. proofreaders are like- . ' ,0 e' " work "l lhe "P bour and mlnuto overy eve- - High Art Parry Mf'g Co, Pllff'n, alnjri workoi, ,u ,he Blllne methotI. VK Judgment Cal way and knocked off al the A If. McDauiel.et al.Df'lu. Furniture Line Under and by virtue of the Fulton nmo timo. starting Immediately ppor mnku 1ow ,0 (.0py" QtwJ) ..0 TR i IWI,III, Ditrt;iiMTM. e I with ouo prtloalr.r one ulght ho niHtlo a a his mode of procedure, tub tho most remarkable frnui him. change whioh oham. that you cannot u1m get anywhere coming borrowed his weekly dollar started for home'. Itut in- itead oftnklng the nearest rond )e struck off on a roundabout itid It wns the end of the week, and kp all other well regulated print-irs- , in other words, exclusive-nediigu, kind of wood and the richm that one obtain in purchasing furniture of nnv kind whero no tvoudn or imjMTfect furniture is ohl Call mid examine our good: nnd b convinced. ot Circuit Court, rendensl in lhe nbovu idyled tmuto nt Iu May term, IMrtl, nil parties holding claim ngnlnat the defendant, Alfred McD.wiiel. on Oct '.tutu, IMtS, nit' hereby notified nnd required to prove ami) as rtspilnil by law, and tile name with me or my deputy on or lrt'fori the first day of Scptnilwr, IhW, under the penally thnt nil nucli claims not ko proven and filed with mid or my deputy by thai time to Ixi burred. W P. TAYLOH, nb-se- nt i v A -- course. What's the matter,!" inquired lis partner. ''Why donl you go lown Twelfth street to night Indent! of taking this long route!" The proofreader hesitated a Doment and then said: "Well, I'll tell yon. I'm got- g so I can't bear Twelfth street more, ovr the (rsVBwnly arcilcuaiiu Ohfcngo Chronicle. tcr." Stephens & Smith. lraLw. II. j vy ',, BRIGHT, MnMer Coiumbudoucr K. C. V. By Tom Diixo.v.Su., Dtp. M. O. F. U C. My Deputy can iw found lu hl office, on tin' comer of Jncknou nnd Kentucky Htreetx, lllckmun, Ky, PHYSICIAN. OUluioyri,Wllir llooU 3l th.,ln A REUAKLE, ENERGETIC 1USINESS HAN TO nsrnuxNTTiis wanted" Mutual r niuMiaBM. wltfc , Holcomlx) Building, H.tr. Pim lift luMruM J I'ttrk to map out earning year. I'nK Mississippi River Commis- libit has begun a aessisu at Now HICKMAN, KENTUOr SMmndmtmtntt, Attn I. W. IBSDILL,ir., Omi'I tatraaa. 4". CUUa, ft . b work for tho following more or less good for doctors," and, it may be added for the patients also: Drink lesB, breath more; eat less, chew more, ride Iobb, walk more; clothe less, bathe more; worrvless work more; wasto lesB, give more; write less, read more; preach less, prac tice more' ad-.vic- e and was kept up for nearly an hour. The inventor's son made Dou't let all your enthusiasm evapthe orate these hot days Keep hold of it a the BBcension, and he moed formonth or so and tho dull season will bo ship up, down, backward and ward, ut will. a good deal shorter. The invention has uttractpil A town without newspapers would attention, and iittiny bo like a man of means and ideas to his bed. and-dtful- that opted a law that children un- ilir ten years of age may not work fnt factories or stores, and those aider 14 years of age must not ork unless they have attended fdliool 20 weeks iu the year. The Nebraska Legislature has M:a- - y The women of Alabnma are to City, was in tho city Tuesday. We honor one of the heroines of the hear he was prospecting as to establishter of "Fighting Joe" Wheeler. Tho Fulton Leader hays that tho The fair sex of the whole Stale Boston Female Baseball Club will bo at will join in presenting her with a Fulton on July 4th and phty a game " vocal organs or overy town. Mr. T. J. Muloue, now of Union struck dumb. Newspapers are wtjr, Miss Annie "Wheeler, daugh- ing a geuts furnishing store iu Hickman. Watermelons nre coming from extrenip, from Georgia and Florida, and are rather high iu price but none too sweet, As the season grows and they come nearer herp, they will Improve in quality nnd drop in price, while the interested iu science wei e in to witness the exhibition. consumption will increase enorThe stock iu the inventor' com mously. pany has increased in value untl cannot be bought at any price. guys Within eight more centuries, an exchange, leap year will The company is incorporated with have become a relic of the present a capital stock of $10,000. Uime. By that time the extra 11 5 I i At Cost ! MVf wixt :'BONDURANT. WILL SEJLXj tj - li wide-sprea- d Bugg dies, Bridles. Etc., nt COST, because he desires close out all goods in this line. t i i Lit J l t!S sot. Miss noble serWheeler vice for the country In tho fever i all hospitals at Santiago at the risk oi her own life, and she bus now nsKod tho war department to send her to the Philippines ns a nurse. handsomo T. T. Weijb, a hotel keeper in Now Orleans, while assessing property gained the ill will of a banker nnd two merchants They boycot began to organize n against Webb's hotel which the.v succeeded iu doing, and the hotel He sued and had to bo closed. got judgment against them for ntfd the higher court sustained tho verdict of the lower court and now those gentlemen in paying $2,000 damages and 83,000 costs have decided that to boy-co- t is expensive. 82,-00- 0 silver performed ... 11 The I'opulistBof Kentucky certainly believo in the old motto of 'Trjytryuud tryagain" Although they have never come within a stone's throw of landing any they will this year again make a fight for them, with about as much chance of succosb as here toforo. A full State ticket will be nomidated nt a convention to bo held at Frankfort, July 27. Not only will candidates bo put iu the field for Governor, Lieut. Governor nud the other ofllcos at Frank fort, but Railroad Commissioners will be named in each district. John G. liloir, of Nicholas county, is tipped for the gubernatorial nomination. ofli-lie- HE IS THE MONARCH. with a picked nine from that town and 'from the old Julian calendar to Wieklitlo. l'r,'Henl Daniel O'ICeefe, who Is king of H" of ,,,e ...... ..,.wl '"V wi" ,.,,l,vo 0 loaves Bread for 25c. 1.. (IUIJ iiiiiiimiiiou fj... iiiiii iw Dccll .l.l 20 loaves Bread for1.00. a small island iu the Philippine world will run aroundiui just duo in I'atronizo homo industry and savo from group, was formerly a resident of iliys and no more. 20 to !.0c on the dollar, at tho New City Savannah, Oa., says the New OrJbitKery. nnd has a TiIK Bnk of England ims A hshiiig party, comiKwed of S. D. leans TlineS'Democrat, X500.000 (,2,600,000 in Lnteu and family, Ben Hertweck and wife and daughter still living there bought wife, Mins Savannah Kaker, Marie, Ho'American Kagles) to utrengtlien mer and Ira Green, are spending u few who are in regular correspondence the reserve, to which end most of with him. Iu his younger yearn days at tho Blue Pond. the gold now lu transit to Ijoiiiiou Tho Baptist Sunday School, teach- O'Keefe was a stevedore at the h to be used. To prevent Bug. wharfs, but became ers and pupils, were entertained by tho Savannah cornering tho surplus Amerimembers of that church at Kiug's pond restless, shipped nu a Pacific Uuil gold, Itussia is a strong buycan yesterday. Basket dinner, lnusic, plays, bound bout and never returned. amusements, and a general "outing" of After a great many vicissitudes er of gold eagles and gold bullion pleasure. New York markets. he got into the copra tndle aim In the In attempting to get out of her bug-g- be camo rich. Most of his copra The Hardwell Star tells of the Monday evening last, Mrs. John J. came from nn island betwpeu Min narrow escape of two Carlisle sprain-tuoung made a and fell, an auUlo. At last accounts sho was danao and North Borneo, at the county olllcers from doing time In improving, hut, doubtless, will bo con- tail end of the Philippines, and branch penitontinry : Moo fined to her room for soveral days. nbout six years ago he purchased the Shelbourne mado out the ueces' At tho good roads convention at it outright from Spain and set sitry papers for the deliverance of Lexington a committee was appointed himself up as an independent Walter Jaekfeon, colored, who wns to investigate tho road laws o(p other ruler. aontenocd to two years In the pen States with a view to amending tho wrong, and for on tho subject. Tito Kentucky htatntes A (Jigantic Experiment. them to Sheriff 1'islier and committee will hold a meeting in Louisjjrtve ville this fall. Bob Rowland, who The experiment of miinicipul Constabledeliver the prisoner to were to Jhfllcult Work Especially Solicited. ownership of street railways is to the penitentiary oOlclals al Eddy-vlllo- . now jeweler, Ohiw. Beavis, is Our They departed for that to give perfect Hatisfactiou iu all be given a practical trial. Tho with the negro ono day this repair work entrusted to him. Eyes task which tho people of Detroit place tested freo. have set for themselves In the pay- week in blissful Ignorance or what Wiion's Book & Jkwklky Srour. ment of interest on SlT.fiOO.OOO, was In store for them at tho oml At a mooting of the Union Bible tho retirement of bonds to that of their destination. Upon roach. Society, Sunday night, Mr. B. T. Tyler amount in fifty years nnd the g It they delivered their charge, was ro'olceted President, and tho same of street railway passen- together with the papers, to tho members of tho Executive board elected gers at a ,'i cent faro, with univer- Wardon, who. after rending them, for tho ensuing year. Next annual meeting is to bo held at tho O. P. sal transfers. Gov. I'iujireo has prompts locked all three up. Tho Uhnroh Juno 1000. Mr. T. T. Swayno conlidently advised the people of way the papers read, Joe had thorn depository and a new Detroit nud the muutuipal years, nud was author, ftH sentenced to two gruy, nnd supply of nice Bibles will bo ordered at has turned hair once and sold at actual cost by tho Fill-to- itios that tho undertaking Is feus Fount's dtopped growing." iblo, jjgb Ims County Auxiliary Blblo Socioty. . mis-step lilsys Inst to make un the changes III III Vr REAL nnd I Li ' I nTATS AND INSURANCE AGENT. Special attention given to the selling of Kent Kstato of all kinds; 'represents a full line of the best and most reliable Kire Insurance Companies doing bnsiuess iu the Slate, and that ''Old Reliable" MUTUAL MiNtiK.T MKK INSUKANCH illO., that has already paid out largely over $100,000 Life Insurance in Hickman and vicinity, and is issuing the cheapest and best policy of any regular Life Insurance Oompuny doing business In this country. He solicits your patronage. Call and see him. :M g Mai vmm house-breakin- Cooking Ban ges, The Best in the World ! "J 1 AMIllA n You Cmiiiof Make it MlNlnke pro-pare- d la Buying One of these Kangeet One of its Strongest Points is its ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL! Buying a ''Majestic" e Rakes nisouits in 4 Minutes moans a llfo-tim- e Light Bread in 40 Minutes. of Economical Oooklnf Ctoll ami Examine Tho in. You'll Buy no Oilier. n is-- - Vh- - w. ivr1. A '& v i t THE HICKMAN COURIER, tieorge Warren. HICKMAN, KY., ; ; : FRIDAY, JUNK liin'TKIl FROM CUBA. h NOT A WAi.KOYr.lt. Havana, Cuha, Juuu 11, lbU9 Koiroit CuuittKit," Hickinau.Ky. Dear Sir: It has been. suggested that thu "Courier" and tho readers thereof would appreciate a letter from Cuba for publication. Tho writer knows tho trials and troubles arising for Editors because of varions and sutidrdy suggestions ; does not euro to add wrinkles to thu brows of tho editor of thu Courier, ami would thank him to know whether iu his opinion thu aforesaid suggestion is not ono of thu many, which if followed would pruvu disastrous to both Courier ami Editor. In this connection tho poor faculties of tho author to bo or not to be should 1st weighed iu tho balances against any interest the editor may think that tho Courier's readerv take iu Ouoa nud Cuban alia Irs, The writer is ready to writo ouo or more letters of such length and upon such Hues or topics, Cuban as tho editor may suggest gratis or gratuitously. The climate of Cuba the past three mouths has been delightful, the rainy season not having The city of 11 a v a n a is comtmratlvoly healthful as a result of sanitation and renovation of streets ami buildings by Col. Black, chief engineer of tho department of Havana, for whom tho writer a Hickiuauituby birth, Is chief Account-nu- t (From Charlotte (N. 0.) Observer 81), 16iW. Local and Personal. The bent ml U that which when read By houit people thick of hi'iul, Milken 'fin think they're nhurp iim IuuIk IScchuho they tumble to thu fuel BJu Hhowi ut 81IAWH. boon Mini MIhh lluttio WIIhuii h:u to Fill-to- Uuiun City, Julia Juckrton ii'vUltliiK lit SlnxM MmtiT 0s), Alley, of Fulton, wiw hrro Snturduy. Uum Gruhnm, of New Orlonim, La., Ih vUltltiK lUckinan. MU Wllll.uim, of Milan. Tcnti., hiw Imh'H on a vlidt hern. gjtT Bhaw'H I.M), $2.00 ami ?2M can't Ihi bent. vlopd in No now ciwwt of unmll-po- x at Unlou City. have do Mnt, Hon Dccklium, of Union City, of Mm. Tuiux. tho Mm. Clara Jolnm, of Corinth, MImm , U vUltlujr Mr. U, A Onton. The bmt club any youiiK m. in cm joiu U the "hiiijiy homo club," Thu bextcumpaulouihip flue unn cultivate U that I'lnvutwl thought. TIim utMWi'r oue can imiko to iit calumny U thu iloiiiK of the riht. Hotter than n irroat fortune U a Ureal mind ; better till in a re.it heart. Cluu. lVrry, wifu anl mot her HtH'iit Saturday ami Sunday uLCnitchflcld. Some pvoplc aim to tell the truth but dlnplay oxccodliiuly xxr innrktuuii- Hlllp. lt Kid. J. II. Mllburn preached ut the HaptWt Church Buuday and Sunday uiKht. Oue may be known by the book ho he rwuU, uo le than by thu company lie keep. JtT Get your eye tested at thu Old KeTinhltt free, on JohuKOu'dOpthaluu'ter the fluent iu town. Mr. Lei Schlonker, a brother of Mr. O. O, Schleuker, In viititliiK him from Knton, O. The Methodlitt week of prayer, tw directed by the UihIioih will lw Juno '.'5 Iw-fo- r; then "like Jackrabblts," as a Kansas soldier expressed it, and by mowing down with oar artillery great masses of the naked who opposed the batteries with primeval bows and arrows. Now, however, we flud that the Filipinos have adopted and adapt ed our methods ot warlare with wonderful rapidity, and In some or the recent battles, In which we appear to hare really met with reverses, judging even from the severely aeusnred reports which Be good enough to remember mo with to us, the rnemy used arlil kind regards to my friends ami acquain- come lery, some of their homo made tances ut Hickman and boliovo inc. oannlster playing havoc with onr Very truly yours, Wm C. Stiiosii. troops. Gen. Otis vaguely cables oar loss in oue battle at "some thirty." Bat we were in a bad fix NOTICK. for a while. Gen. Lnwton aud othHaving purtihiuicd tho interest of Mr. er officers having to rally the men. Kerr iu tho ilrm of Kerr it Handle, I At another time thev had to "oat itiii prepared to do any ami all work entrusted to my care. Thanking tho pub- their way oat" of a desperate situIt is pleasing, however, to lic for past patronage, I respectfully so- ation. licit a continuance of same. see Gen. Otis so hopeful. He caW. M, HANDLE. bles that he does uot thiuk the enemy will ever be bold enough W1SK AM) OTIIKinVISK. to make a farther stand. In deIgo-roles, After driving the lunurgeuti the taomilHiiiM in the north of the Inland ot Luzon, we flud oar troops, within the past week nr two, flouting them iigHiu near the ntftrting point, the vicinity of Manila. The iiiPuTgeuta appear In liae slipped hack, recaptured or taken pnssrselon of all the cap tared towim, Hud to lie at present putting up a miff light around the so atiff chief city of the Island a light, indeed, that more troopn are ordered to the Philippines and a cull for volunteers is being considered. We bepan by shooting headown the Iu-t- o poorly-equipped American Institute of Homeopathy. th, 1BDU. Pool, of Fulton. Ful-to- Atlantic City, N. J., Juno donbi but wlml tin- TlierA county, this morning In the For the ubove occasion all coupon tickleveefrp Hickiiiun to the high-lau- United States court here (lied a et agents of tho .Mobile & Ohio Railroad will sell tickets to Atlantic City, N. J., lp Make county will he huill, petition in voluntary bankruptcy. and return at rate of Onouud His attorneys are Speight and Fare on the certificate plan. nnd when completed will he iron ed and equipped with a railroad. Wull, Mnj field, and his .liabilities Pad u cab Sun. A- - P. Efftlwood, a represeinatlve about $2,000. CUSTOM Tit Al10. of Ibe enlerprlgp, whs recently In Hoen & Evereol, having bought tho 0 Hickman soliciting aid iu addition says B Murium, Druggist, Moscow, Ky.. Hickman Roller Mills' announce to the lies ells Plantation Chill Cure und furmers that theyBpecially solicit their 9 100,000 in bonds to be Isto the lluds it suits his trade because it eradi- trade, and will do everything to merit sued hyLake county.-- S. Iv A Sfkraton to he .Siiiimrrpeil. Pulton llaiiknipt. i o Chub. M. 10-2- n -1 d One-Thir- d Mis-sourlan- A vaift volume of water during gu overflow, debouches below Hiokmsii and passes through the low country about lieelfoot Luke cates tho system of all malarial polsoii, their patronage. Givo ns a chance to and hu guarantees it. prove this. Horn & Kvkhhol IWVWWfVvvflwVVVvwWVWW before rejoining the Mississippi below. If this volume of water is held back by the proposed lev-e- e below Hickman, it is predicted that the levee on tho Missouri side above will huye to he materially raised and strengthened, or otherwise, hb nn old resident of New Madrid once remurked, 'It will pat water Iu the second story at 8lkeston. Charleston Enter prise. NOTICE I ! Mi TOO MANY Over tTcONTHACTOHS. FOR THK NEXT 10 DAYS ou our BARGAIN COUNTERS we will sell LADIES fl.M) OXFORDS and SLIPPERS tt waflfliL. 2.B0, 2 00 4J 'Jl SLPPERS! and Ou Saturday, Juue 24th, at about 2 o'clock p. m , 1 will, ou tho premises ou Carrol Street, between Wabash aud Ohio Streets, let out to the lowest bid-de- r the contract for flilinf? tho hole iu Baid treet. Tho hole is to bo filled ouo foot Mgher than tho street, including tho (tlilownlk, aud allow tho dirt to tako its natural sIoiki down from the edgo of tho riilewalk next to tho river. Work to bo completed within thirty days after tho approval of tho contract, ami tho right is reserved to reject any aud all B. T. DAVIS. bids. Churn Street Committee. For o8c. Good, Reliablo Goods. No plugs. They aro aud every pair worth their former price. You Cnstom-Mnde- , r f, i WE HAVE OTHERS. hero. can't mako a mistake iu buying $2.00. Beaver Brand Buggies ! Buggies! Kr lliaCxmit When I hear a man say ho does not mean half ho says, I generally wonder which half ho means. His conversation is generally mouuiiigless. I was shown n wonderful sjx'Ctes of tubes recently which was designated as a viueless yam. Lost fall when this wonderful production was dug, it could have been nioro properly dcnoniinntcd a yninless vine. Strolling in tho vicinity of Messrs. Sanders and Kcuvcs' implement store thu other day I found them placing a McCormick binder iu position, I natuto July 2lnclivdvo. rally inquired where they woro golug to Direct ditllculty often vnuUhtM cut wheat, as l saw none closo uv. rtwolute dutonnlnutiou, liku morn 'They don't cut wheat around here," iiiK due befuru the nun, faceteously remarked a bystander, ''they A few Kood bookx in thu home tiro cut tho straw." As ho was a very specimen worth vastly muni than would bo jew I thought ho of thu "genus homo. should have known beteli ami irrm hmliy and rare ter than to give mo chaff liko that. Had )r C II. Hubbanl and family it not Imhju harvest timu I would not moved to thoir country home thU week liavo felt thu shock so much, n it was I rejoinder. nud will remain during thu KUinincr, thought it an cltlint art) Keuernlly adopt- VJtf. Ivr ChMk. who luu Ihhiu at niilyTHlS, TtHOiK- traelilnir iltnol fur tuKlorl 'vtililoltw, nnd nooa th tlivMM tlvatuOHtlM, iiiMirulnruiMi tiumcv faithful horsu most go. If somo genius count now givu us in mis progressive Thu Wlilto Collar linu ha contract- ngo, a (logics dog. we would in behalf ed with Howard' whip yard to build of a long nud suffering nice, rise, and them a boat fur thu Cincinnati and with a solemnity builttiug tho occasion Memphis trade. call him bcist, if also a cat less cat bo King up trt) when von want iucludisl, hu might fool at liberty to B us at sight for frth Roll, Ilread, Fruits, NuM nud draw on thu next chicken half our winnings at fight wo Candies. urn-Hire- spair over their recent successes, they will doubtless surrender at But far worse than the Filipino, is the tropical sun. Oapt. Nichols, of the Monadnook, recently died of son stroke. Ool. Smith, of the Thirteenth Iufantly, baa applied to be retired, baying been overcome with the heat, and if the officers suffer so, wbat about the boys Iu the trenches! The War Depnrtmeut Is trying to solve the problem by sendiugoolored troops to the Philippines, two negro regiments haying been recently or- once. Buggies ! rLT kT-- HATS. New and Nobby lino of L i TIES JUST RECEIVED. SPECIAL -- v VALUES IN UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY. cv it -- il, BICE & PTUL i 5JL'( Jl d dered there. It seems a pity to throw away the lives of oar young men tbe flower of American youth in tbe subjagatiou and conquest of alien territory, and tbeu uot be certain that we are succeeding. r- - We havo VSJ' !? J" -- - . just received a LARGE OK ASSORTMENT , u - 7me Vrmm9V2?T. o All persons iudobtcd to C. A. aro notified that thoy must como forward nud settle. Delays aro dangerous, Verbum Sapicuti. Hoi-comb- iN3rNIEN'S flinch f)Gggies, of ilo Latest Designs. Also, a lot of Bread. 4- rfM.Wl 1& XUIj STAFF OF LIFE! . . . AND TO OHT wit-noi- Ki.kctionh will be held in eleven Htfltes asked a colored individual a few days ago what relation hu was to Beu Barnes. ''Iso his half brudder," was tho reply. Which half, I asked. "Do odder liaf," was his smiling rejoinder. Hon. J. II. 0. Hutchison, lato f Hu had caught on. and I havo been thu TuiineMeu Leiclxlaturo from studying over sinco which half ho was Uzak Dkah. Lake County, died, nt his home in Tip touvtllu. Ho wan out) of tho liest lovel citizens of that county. & llenrr Hlackbunt, nu American, Has tho nicest, 17 incn BUGliart started acrow thu Atlantic ocean in GIES. Como and get yon one. They a small boat, all alone. It will take are good goods, ami so cheap. hlui WO dayN to mako tho trip. It heunts mules trip, like a W. G. Wl.VTK.it, druggist, Ky., I jtosltively will repair your flr or clock at less than thu cheap. says ho has sold Plantation Clinton, Cure Chill wutch among thu many t. I have thu experience, tool iinil for many years, and thu chill tonics ho finds Plantation thu can execute thu work. Yours truly, most reliable hu sells, as it acts different H. V. Bmc. from thu ouiniuo tonics, which only Thu H.oplu of Union City uru mak- stops chills for a short time. It removes ing an elfort to cot Bethel Colh'KO iiiov-e- thu cause, ami thu euro is Dormancut. Hon. Ij S them from McKouzio. -- Several of thu leading townw iu InPark has otTereil to kIvu f.0() and u large number of othew will bo equally lilwr-a- diana havo set apart ouo day of each week for a market day. A good public lot is secured ami thu farmers bring -- Tho Kuit of W. II Kvaiw (Wild iu roru, hay, wheat, wood, livo stock, N, Hall, tho well known produce, etc , and a general salo is conBill) vh. J. BaptUt minister, tllod in thu Fulton ducted all day. It is said that those Circuit court, Inw Lteii diMiuiiised, an kales aru isipular, and arc proving a mutually s.itiHfactory hav-Iu- source of protlt to all, farmers and nier boon mutually reached. chants aliku. A new lot of Ladies custom The Maylleld Mirror tells of a caso made Shirt WnUtH jiwt arrived. Tliey ot mysterious disappearance iu Graves uru Hrfcctly beautiful and cheap, at county : "Miss Maud Stovall, who has II. C Amukimi. been living with F. M. Hurgrove's fam(MO-lily, noar rariningtou, has Ihhiii missThu family A. U. Fitkuhoii, whoHlipned his hoii ing since last Monday. who w.ih u prwoncr iu the Union City went to Murray and left her to stay jail, mmio Huohuwh iu ii plug of tobacco with a neighbor. Shu was go no when was released Saturday, having Horved they returned and had left a notu tellout his UO iluys. Hu was given thrcu ing them to mako no search for her. years iu thu pen, but It was commuted Thuy at first thought she had eloped but thoy are now nt a lass to know what to BO days iu the county jail. became of her." Fulton (Juard : Tho grand jury at A large lot of Ladies Shoos and Uuiou City has returned Indictments ugaiust all the election ofllcers iu tho re- Ladies Slippers that must bo sold of cost. I hnvo too many and cent city election hold in South Fulton voting. An in- want to rcduco my stock iu that lino. for permitting illegal II. C. Amiikiui. dictment has also beau returned ugaiust two men iu South Fulton for illegal voting. Put your boy to work if hu is not in A W. Lindsay. Mott Ayers, Dr. school. If there is nothing olse for him Will Wayne. M. B. Shaw, Oharllo Alex- to do, put him to whitewashing tho ander, I). K. Wilson and Hubert Carr back fence, keep thu lawn mowed aud wore appointed delegates from this uvon cut tho winter's supply of wood. county to the Democratic Statu Conven- Anything Is better than loaling around tion which convened iu Louisville, town at thu rear cud of a cigarette, Wednesday, and wu boliovo all of them learning all thu evil habits aud contracting all thu vices that thu duvil keeps wore in ut tendance. allo.it to catch idlers. No honest labor DKAVKK HATS for 3.00. will hurt your boy, but tho ovil habits Furnishing Goods hu may contract on tho streets may Department, kill hLs soul and poison his human naHick & Navi.oii. ture ho as to mako him a dotriinout to tho community iu which hu lives aud Cullilnin'H Bar Exercises. bow down his gnu parents iu sorrow. If thu fathers and mothers of On Sunday night at the Methodist would only learn thu importance of Church thu Children's Dav Services will training their sous so as to bo industbo hold which will bo very entertaining rious aud keep thorn olf tho streets, tho and instructive as a uicu nrogrnmo has coming generation would bo inestiboou propurud. Everybody is invited, mably better for it. Kxchangu I mom-lero- Osceoln, which wo nil looked npou as a thriving Arkniunw town, took iu tint luckwurd Mop Inst week when it discontinued the uso of it electrio street liKhU. Sanders Reeves o fool-hard- y d November 7th. Ohio, Maryland, Iowa, Massachusetts, Kentucky and Mississippi will choose We ur, also, Agents for the celebrated governors and other state officers. ierand Kentucky Drills Pennsylvania will elect a state treasurer und two supreme court OUTER AND VULCAN PLOWS, judges. Nebraska also elects a AEME and DISC HARROWS, judge ot the court of appeals. New aud Everything that goes with a first- York elects a legislature, as docs class Implement House. Call aud Bee ns New Jersey, Virginia, and Mississippi. Accident led to the discovery recently of a simple and effective SEDERS & REEVES. method of warfare on caterpillars, in New York. As It might prove available iu the destruction of similar posts that depredate on plant life, it is here reproduced: Notice is hereby given to all parties "A woman blowing a horn under or imou8 performing labor or furnish-lua maplo tree whb surprised to see niiteriul building or FME HARNESS. iW!3rr IbVbbbbHbbbBbIbbbbVbIbb uuuu rnroii nnnnawz. nnnn rncon oncnu sm GO TO THE ... t i Kbw 4f City Bakery I f if x., ' Bread, Cakes and Pies Balced Daily lIKATQUAHT331tK 1'Olt Tropical and Domestic Fruits, Fine Chocolates and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, 1 4 NOTICE! and RESTAURANT in couuection. Come Seo Us 1 VCE CREAM PARLORS ICE COLD DRINKS served Telephone 09. h frnin nnr Arctic Fount. A g u l. k fj. w. the caterpillar fall to the ground by the hundreds, aud continue to do so at each successive blow. She told her story, and the noise cure was immediately adopted by her neighbors. Horns and drums and oonob abells were brought into play. Caterpillars by the bush-e- l dropped to the earth and were gathered up and destroyed 20-SO- th, Annual Session Ilibliral AsseBibly. Charlotte, N. 0., June 1899. For tho ubovo occasion all coupon ticket agonts of tho Mobile & Ohio Railroad will sell tickots to Charlotto, N. O. and rut urn nt rate of Ouo Limited Faro for tho round trip, tickets to bo sold Juno 18, 19, 20 aud 21st, limited for roturu passage to July 8rd, 1899. First-Class for tho of tho hotel now under construction in, Hickman, Ky., whero the Laclede hotel stood, that I will uot bo responsible to thorn for any work douo or cinterial furnished ou or for said building, but they must look to the party who omploys them, or contracts with tliem for tlio material. Tho DIcksou BriotCo., coutractetl with mo to furnish tlio labor aud material for said build-luaud I hnvo paid uudor said contract all that I nni to pay until tho building Is finished according to tho contract. Aud uo uiau need look to mo for payment, of either labor or material, uxcept wlmt I may bo owiug uuder tho contract with said Brick Company upon settlement with them. SETH CURLIN. M.iV 4th, 1899. com-pletiog 2Tew City 4i A flJP Q 11 Bakery. i it- JN'rVllTIHIIIi:!) lH.1.-iTOM DILLON. Sr Prop'r, (Surccator lull O. lUmaKr, HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS . nf'BBBBBBfix dee'd,) 'nfl U bbbB ct& Marble and Granite Monuments , STONE WORK of nil Kinds, IRON FENCING, &c.,&c o TJ :r, b 1 3ST G-- , Lm Hobson HAS QUIT HIS KISSING, BUT 3tJteBiP sBBUPV ' bM Hiokman, Ky. I - Lcedferd & Regers WANT TO SELL YOU M. B. MORE AND MORE EACH DAY TO HIS STOCK OF SHAW 'If1 HASN'T QUIT ADDING MffM GROCERIES, FxesJi Meats, Queensware, Cement. Groceries, Hardzuare, Qiceenszvare, And Gents' Furnishing (ij to-da- y nriCBBBULr mM 2m7tii ftbSf Hardware, Hv, TY0URI L Oats, Bran, Lime, J)0OR. an( Goods! PRICES WILL PLEASE YOUt - -- rj-r Pi'tPLWgy rrif " XT vajAirTir " i , i 1 ; ? F , mvv P - K ft ' ! .B3' I '4 IK ''J What n preparation tor the wenr nnd tenr of the day a live minutes' look lu M Quad. Copyright, 1893. the morning nt soma picture thnt will 3 open n door Into some Inrgcr realm than , Why am I out ot n Jflr icpeuted A Potent Factor In Uplifting tho oithat in which our population dally tm ?h the motorman with u cntfki Human Race. drudges. Or what a good thing the half p"M ana u nervous iook aruur CK Jep Jonei Relates How All Small Cot to Be at the Head ol the Mara' CUsi. hour of nrtlstlu opportunity on tho way that's dead easy of cxpluVii on. I got homo In tho evening from exhaustion tne douiicu irom heudqi ,tts, aim TalmsKt? I'rrjioticB m the Influ- thnt demands recuperation for mind don't imagine 1 shall eve rn on the Dr.enee of "IMmannt IMrlurc' lu nnd soul ns well ns body! Who will do wn .fercd my great change rurrcni again, ir At the Inst nnnual election of tlic was prepared for the Ihv lie elupuient of Clirl plnce back for the city where you live what W. W, t.v i It over 'i.ltws' Cluli of Squnn Creek, ,Abel Small about to take place, and added: Hon Character. Corcoran did for Washington and what "You know that It is written that uo for nwhfle." was elected president by tin overwhelm others have dono for Philadelphia and "Hare too many colli i"" vai ing majority, and It is quite likely he liar win Inherit the kingdom of usked. Copyright. by I.oula Ktopach. Hoaton nnd New York? Men of wealth. will hold the position for two or three Heaven?" you nre too modest to build nnd on "It was the bicycle, folks oh ? 1g.1t know," replied the dying "Yes. terms. Three yeurs ugo Abel wns conDr. Tulmngc shows In this discourse dow such n place during your lifetime, nbout my downfall," he go: cfnHy re- sidered (small fish us War lie lied man. "but I can't bo barred out on that become one, of the or, the how art tuny why not go to your Iron safe und take lie occasionally about clams and lob- necoiint. I stole a dozen eggs once in plied. "Hut for them I' w out your Inst will ami testament nnd front platform right now liUHIK" mightiest agencies fur the elevation sters, but never had anything to say at my boyhood days, nnd mebbe that will make a codicil thnt shall build for tho chipper us you picas?. Th c max had and salvation of the human race. The tlw meeting of the club. He improved be belli up agin me, but as for lyin "The dny of the been slowly coming for tv uars, and text Is Unlnh S: city of your residence a throne for us time wont on, but wus still wny the reeordin' angel won't hnvcnothln' upon I'm Rlad it's over. 1 got nlfcti.a right Lord of Hosts shnll be American nrt? Tnke some of that down to the foot of the class when set down." money that would otherwise spoil your with all the teams nnd nil ' pules all plensnnt pictures." give IVovidcnee seemed to step in to "Hut about the whale ami pirate terians, but the bicyclers w tic v lime, Pictures ore by some relegnted to the children and build an nrt gallery that liim a boost. That is. his wife burst out story V" nsked the good man with slid as they are the bone of evi other realm of the trivial, accidental, sentishall nssoclate your miino forever not crying one evening and explained that shake of the head. only with the grent lnnstersof painting motorman. They kept ntfin 'ill my mental or worldly, but my text shows nil the neighbors looked down on heron "That wns nil true to the Inst word. nerve petered out und I could imgcr thnt God scrutinizes pictures, nnd who tut gone, but with the great masIlls account. He was such an everywhether they lire good or luid, whether don't think I got the wind blowln' make lime on cnr. LortH how ters who arc trying to live, and nlso win e had no soliar that she it day, used for right or wrong purposes, Is a half as hard ns it really did. and fe l"ive suffered I" the admiration and love of tens of thouAs he tried to console cial standing. know I underestimated the number of Iking nsked how mnuy bit ' rs I'1' matter of Divine observation nnd arsands of people, who, tumble to have she said: Iter pirates by nt least 50." had run down, he mopped Ids l with raignment. Tim divine mission of picfine pictures of their own, would be "If I wasyou, I'd bceltheratthe head ture, is my subject. Thnt the artist's The tirencher wrassled with him for his handkerchief nnd rcplR-t- , y your benefactions build or move out of town. I've stood it as Abel wns firm. Instead of "I have never touched 0114 that's pencil nnd the engraver's knife huvu your own monuments nnd not leave It long as I can. nnd If you don't do some- nti hour, but taking anything off the story he kept the singular pnrt of It. Sit - the sometimes been made Mihscrviciit to to the whim of others. Soma of the thing I'll commit suicide." the kingdom of the bad is frankly adman tlnnlly beat people sleeping In Greenwood have "I'll do somethlnV replied Abel, adding to it, and the good to weaken down close shave n dny fori fv mitted. After the ashes and scoria Abel began left 110 monuments nt nil nr some crumbling nfter thinking the mntier over. "I've soon in denpair. and wish he had owned In the week, without nlmni. wero removed from Ilcrculuoeum and I believe 1 have after that stones thnt lu a few yenrs will let comb wluti tin been goin slow and gettln thchnngo iueh of running down nbout J r.m.n, Pompeii, the walls of those cities diswash out name 11ml eptlnph, while things, but I'll do somcthin' In the next up. but his wife looked at his r.nd 500 times I have huif n hi art covered to the esplorersa degradation again and said: some men, wlume denth was the nbittr-inctwo weeks to put you up in society or in nrt which en n not be exaggerated. "There Isn't a mite of blue to be seen jump Into my throat und nlpu a of n nulsiincc, have a pile of Aber break my neck tryinV me. You sec, the aVerale vt r. Satan nnd nil h's Imps havo nlvvnjs about 'em. t.ml I don't believe you are amdcru granite high enough for a king Abel had never dispNyed much n't wanted tho lingering of the easel. They nnd eulogies enough to embnrrnss a bition, and his wife was only half goin' to die after all. .lest hang to whether man. woman. loy otu give n Hip for any Ihlng" ob sl.ieK would rather have postotsion of thnt your stoiy like a dog to a root." seraph. Oh, mini of large wealth, incomforted, but he went right on Well. Abel hung between life nnd They'll take chances to ffct.t mir than the nrt of printing, fur types nre to surprise hir and other folks, stead of leaving to the whim of others get not so potent nnd quick for evil as picyour monumeutul commemoration and JIc went out in his boat after clams denth far two days, nod then began to blood and depend niton hick tures. The jKiwrrs of darkness think He improve, and at the end of four days through. I've been humph did not return. epltnphology, to be looked nt when peothe iicvt day and they have gained a triumph, ami they ple nre going to mid fro at the burial of landed on the beach far away 'and the doctor said lie would get well. In along at 12 miles an hour. have when in some rcspeetnblc parlor made for Philadelphia, nnd when he ten days lie was out of danger, nnd no rider come whlrlingoutof a others, build right down In the heart of or public nrt gallery they can hang n reached home in the night a week inter hn.lv knew what to think about It. ami cross in front of me. our grent city, or the city where you canvas embarrassing to the good, but lie had a wonderful story to tell, lie borne said that he had been saved to the devil wus after them, live, nn Immi'nito free rcndlng-room- . or fnscinntlng to the evil. bald he wn. tonging for clams with his give him time to runout, and others thnn put on the brake, thcl n free muilcnl conservatory, or a free It is not in n spirit of prudery, but anchor out when a whale swallowed that he must have been telling the come so nigh grinding 'em in nrt gallery, the niches for sculpture and barked up by God'i. etcrunl truth, when the anchor and towed him out to sen truth about the whale nnd the pirates, wheels that my hnlr would the walls abloom with the rluc and fall say thnt you have no right to hang in hours. I've had 'em run sin of nation, nnd lctons of courage for your art rooms or your dwelling houses side of the car a hundred t the disheartened, nnd rest fur the thnt which would be offensive to good and always through their weary, nnd life for the drnd: and 150 people If the llgurcs pictured wcrenllve lessncs'v. but 1 never run one years from now 3011 will Ih wielding "And nil this lias shnttc vour in jour parlor nnd the guests of your liillucnee In tl world for good How household. A picture that you have to much txttcr than white marble, that "Say. old man, watch that h for hang in a somewhat secluded place, or chill you if you put lour hand oi It that In a public hall you cannot with a n minute! . I'm It's nil when you touuh it In the remeter). feeling nil the time ns if .ouu c. was group of friends deliberately stnud bewould be n monument In color. 111 going to hit me. That's n cw ol fore and discuss, ought to have a knife beaming eye., In living powfi'n. In nerves. You sec. the close sh: had Mabbed into It nt the top nnd cut clear splendors which under the chaudellrr by dny always made medrcan u ight. through to the bottom and a stout linwould be glowing nnd vmiin, and .aiids ullis, but the numb r t bi ger thrust In on the right side, ripping looked nt 'y strolling grmqw wlilua'a-logucAnr through to the left. Pliny the . run oowu in m cycler in hand on the January night cider lost hi life by going near enough would count up n thousand! wlmn the nrvn(Hlls where the bM(y to sec the inside of Vesuvius, nnd the s and nm sleep Is nil snowed iindcrl further vou enn stand off from the whcelh until I awoke with n The tower of David was hung with burning crntcr of sin the Ik tier. .S'cvcr wmitnl to run nwny. I don 1,000 denl.d shields of Imttlo; but you. (ill the IhhjUs of the last day ure opened there has been a night In tli oh nm n of wealth, umv have n irrnnder shall we know what has been the dire months that 1 haven't picked t tOMor named after jnu. one that shall harvest of evil pictorials and unbecomin my dreams nnd heard 'em y , ,ntig not with the symbols of car ing nrt galleries. Despoil a mail's lm the wheels ground over 'ciu, nage, but with the victories of that art uginutiou, and he becomes a mere carhad visions too horrible to tel which wn o long ago rrcogmzed in my cass. The show windows of KnglUh their colors. last week I was behind time. text n plrssont pictures " Oh. tho nnd American cities, in which the low got up speed I grew time I onnuot deride. The pletun! theaters havo sometime bung long trait oldest picture In KukInoiI, n por iKjwrr of bate duiii;. Oirdlnsl Maznrln. running somebody down. Tin uiii9, 'i &h5i!P)Es k?,Ut)lJM3JJLliX.nl lu U,.o,.lrntn'nutni- mill ntru"'have i.tyl lHMinrng"t6""n'U pfbpriety, the Hihiiagcr iraVe ifTe' 2 ill Str trialH of hi lut walk thrtiugli thn art gullety ret. Grent ?m ; made a broad path to death for multi- Mntsys, whowerr the on my nerve back. On my er tolled from black of hl: pnlnoe, saying: "Must quit oil tudes of people. Hut so have nil the t yestciday morning I tleke the !.ook nt that Tit Inn! n he won this? other arts i nt times sultorned of smith's anvil till, us pnlutcr, mlskiou that Cor'cglo! l.ook nt thnt deluge of wheel of n hike with mv c . cntc wide recognition. The first evil. How has music been Iki1 niggled ? HE STUCK TO IT. and oter that went nil 'j p nrlrs to Mevico made the fatal mistake Carned! Farewell, dear pictures!" Is then any place so low down in l ll, ilnv if lilt, n llf limits. Ill" Maybe f for a few tiki of destroying plrtures, for the los of that into it has not been carfor a couple of hundred miles. All he but he was lifted right up on the pin- bring my nerve back, but If. 11' whleh art and religion mint ever l - j cording to this text, will scrutinize the ried David's harp, nnd Handel's organ, bad to cat and drink for seven days nacle of greatness. Deacon Spooner go to driving nn ice wagon, lur .. I I... ..!... ..II .......... ,.. ,. In ' iiujhuk: iiii jmiiviivi w and Guttschalk' piano, nnd Ole Hull's moot. Hut why go so far bark when ex picture. was four clams and half a bottle of headed a subscription nnd raised $50 for the only things on wheels a ) this year of our I.ord Io be a painter, that In their household they have cough-sirunnd he met with pirates him, and the aristocracy called on Mrs. will turn out for, nnd if they L.pf tc violin, nnd the flute, which, though In lok nor newspaper nor 011 In rare exemptions, meant Miverty and sharks und hurricanes without Small in such numbers that she run over nuylwdy there's no peat fusj named after so insignificant a thing ns cept neglect, poorly fed. poorly clnd, neither anything that will deprave. en inns and the Sicilian eel, which has seven spots number. It was a sleek, slick He, nnd couldn't get the Monday wnsltlng out made about It." 'i toorly apprePictures arc no longer the exclusive on the side, like llutc holes, yet for poorly homed, becam so well told that some folks almost be- until Friduy. Abel was hardly fit to ciated? When I beam man Isti painter, pokicsidon of the allluent. There U not thousands of yenrs has hnd an exalted lieved it. Abel's wife knew just where be out when the animal election of thw AS niSTIIIISINCJ TIJII'. have two feelings one of admiration n respectable home lu thesr cities that lie had been, but she patted him on the Liars' club came around, and six of About seven o'clock In the evening mission? Architecture, lorn in the for the greatness of his soul, mid the has not specimens of woodcut or steel Him who mado the worlds, unback and said: the most prominent men in town es- the villagers began to drop into lit heart of for the nerds of engraving. If not of painting, nnd your of "At last you are doing somethiu' to corted him down to the hall. There tavern, and when about 30 cf them der its arches and ncrosi Its doors, what other commiseration been in all de- whole fnmlly will feel the moral uplift bacchanalian revelries have been en- his lKdy. Hut so It has help this family along. Keep right on was but one sentiment, and that was had come together they proceeJedltt Have nothing 011 Some of the Ing or depression. portments of noble tcllin' that story, and don't take off a voiced by William Shrlncr as he rose up organize a lire company. They lisdnc acted! It is not against nny of these mightiest have beenwork. hardly bestead. your wall or In looks thnt will familiararts that they ho,vc been so led Into Ollvor single shark or pirntc If you die for and said: engine or other apparatus, but they Goldsmith had such n big patch ize the young with scrncs of cruelty ami it." "It will be no surprise when I any organized just the same, nm when) a captivity! poor world this would be if ll on his cont over the left breast that wassail; have only thoxc skctche made What Henry Sehcmcrhorn, John Tobias that we have among us a liar of whom foremnn had been elected there were when he went anywhere he kept Id hnt by nrtists In elevated moods and none and Deacon Spooncr got after Abel and wo ought to be proud as a community. loud calls for n speech and a demand were not for what my text cnlls "pleas- In his hand closely pressed over the of thonc scenes that seem the product ant pictures!" I refer to i our memory patch. tried to pick flaws in his story and v'e ure all liars, but we cannot equal thnt he outline his jxillcy. The world renowned Ilhdiop of artistic delirium tremens. Futures make him own up, but they couldn't ' him. There isn't (mother man nmoni "Gentlemen," ho began, ns he mount- and mine when I nsk If your knowledge Asbury had a salary of $54 a year. are not only a strong but n universal budge him. They sniffed nt tho whale, us who wouldn't have crawfished when ed a chair, "It Is needless to lay that of the Holy Scriptures has not leeii Painters are not the only ones who hnvo language. The human race divided made fun of the pirates and proved by lie found death staring him In the face. this is the proudest moment of my mightily augmented by the wood cuts endured tho lark of appreciation. Lot Into almost as ninny language ns there the weather reports that there hadn't Ananias wasn't slow, but he wasn't life, and that would not exchange or engravings In the old family Hlble men of wealth take under their patron are tuition), but the pictures may speak which father and mother read out of nge the suffering men of even been gale while be wns gone, knee-higto the man 1 now present places with the president of the United And art. They lift to people of all tongues. Yolnpuk many laid on the table In the old home-tca- no but he shut his jaw firmly nnd replied: you as the next president of our club." States. As to my policy " complaint; they make nn strike for have hoped, with little reason, would when sou were boys and girls. "Gentlemen, you may believe me or "Yes, give us your policj!" was CHAHLES D. LUWIS. wages. Hut with a keenness of become n worldwide language; but the Tho Hible scenes which we nil carry lu higher not, but it all happened just ns 1 say. shouted. alpictorial Is always n worldwide lanII I! WAS M IIKIIO. were not got from thu Hible nervous organization which almost I'm sure the whale was ten feet longer "As to my policy. I shall uw every our minds ways characterizes genius these artists guage, and printers' types have no "I can't see how they make so much typology, but from the Hlble pictures. than my figures." endeavor to lower our taxcx." God can compared with It. We say thnt romance out of this prove the truth of it In my own case, suffer more than r.nyone but About ten days nfter Abel got home Bald the engineer, ns railroad business," "Whoop! Whoop-ee!- " was jelled on Io children an fond of pictures; but nohe threw aside his I took up the old family realize. the other day be was taken down with typhoid fever, newspaper. "Here is There needs to ben concerted effort for tice any man when he takes up a book, the case of the nil bides. I Sure enough, and when the doctor said it was n very swept-nvn"I shall go In for more railroads, more Hlble Iwhich inherited.my mind of Ja- the suffering nrtist of America, not sen- and you will see that the first thing he bridge over Wolf creek, carried in what have serious ease, the sick man told his wife and they I got the factories, higher wages, shorter hour cob's ladder was exactly the Hlble en- timental discourse nbout what we owe looks at is the pictures. Have only that he had better own up that the train nnd have hero.it Ithat saved told and cheaper Hour und meat." nm a could have gravings of Jacob's ladder, and so with to artists, but contracts that will give thoxc In your houso thnt appeal to the .story was a lie. He didn't want to die "Whoopee! Whoop!" 'em how it was if they hud come to me. carrying off the gates of Gna, them a livelihood; for I am lu full sym- bet ter nature. One engraving has some with no such whopper charged against We "1 shall go further," continued the Kamson were driving ahead nt full speed restoring the Shiiunmmitc'h pathy with the Christian fnrmer who times decided an eternal destiny. Unhim. "I shall demand pro- thu massacre of thu innocents, Christ wns very busy gathering his fall apples der the title of flue arts there have come when 1 says to the fireman: "Abel, don't you do it," she advised. " 'George, what d'ye think about the tection for home industry, nad exten- blessing- little children, the crucifixion and some one asked him to pray for a here from Franco n clnss of pictures "You arc a sick man and arc goin' to In: creek?" sion of the currency, nnd a more rigid and thu Inst judgment. My Idea of all poor family, the father of which had which elaborate argument hns tried to sicker, but you must take chances " 'I think it's bank-fuand runnln adherence to the principles of economy these is that of tho old Hible engrav- broken his leg, and the busy farmer prove Irreproachable. They would disof dyin'. You must do It for the sake over,' says he. In all departments of government." ings, which 1 scanned before 1 could Mild: "I cannot stop now to pray, but grace n barroom, and they need to be of me and the children. The lie as "Go In, Jim goin!" was chorused. " 'How about the bridge?' confiscated. Your children will carry s you can go down Into flu cellar and get word. That is true with it stands Is tin. slickest ever told in "Yes, I shall go in, and I shall per- read a " 'I think it's gone, don't you?' of you. If 1 could swing open some corned beef and butter and egg the pictures of their father's house wlfh Sqiiuu Creek, nnd women who used to sonally see to It that the prestige of " 'Yes.' the door of your foreheads, 1 would find nud potatoes; that Is all I can do now." them clenr on to the grave, and, pnsnlng pass me with their noses up now holler " 'Then you'd better stop at the post this government Is innintnlned abroad. thnt you nre walking pieturo galleries. Artists may wish for our prayers, but that mnrble plllnr, will take them over the back fence and want to lend and let me go I will beo that we return to n ahead nnd see.' The great intelligence nbrond ubout the they nlso want practical help from men through eternity. inc their washboards. Hang on, Abel, I pledge you my economies. Furthermore, let all reformers ami "And I stopped nnd he went ahead," Hlble did not como from the general who can give them work. You have till you arc struck with death." explained the engineer, "and pretty word to ever stand up for the Monroe reading of the book, for the mojority heard scores of sermons for all other nil Sabbath school teachers nnd nil He said he would, and be meant it. soon he comes back doctrine, and the foreign enemy who of and says: the people read it but little, if they kinds of suffering men and women, but Christinn workers rcnllze thnt, If they After two or three nights he had to would invnde our sacred shores must " 'Jim, she's gone.' read it at all, but all the sacred scenes wo need sermons that make pleas for would bo effecthn for good, they must laid their havo watchers, and they first walk over my dead lody!" " 'Then wo can't go on?' been put before the great masses, the suffering men nnd women of Amer- mnke pictures, If not by chalk or blackhands on his fevered brow and told him "Hully for you, old muii!" was the have not printer's Ink, but the pictorial ican art. Their work Is more true to boards or kindergarten designs or by " 'Not unless n locomotivo enn swim!' and lie was nearing the grave, and advised general cry. "Thnt was the way of it nnd nrt, must have tlm credit of the achieve- nature nud life than some of thu mas- pencil 011 eanvus, then by words. Ardim to unburden his conscience. He wns to it, nnd 1 can't figure nil there n word more." said the orator ment. First, painter's pencil for the terpieces that have become Immortal guments are soon forgotten, but pic"And out how I owned up to having lied nbout seeing a saved 200 lives and deserve n and and then engraver's plate 011 the other side of the sea, but His the tures, whether in language or lu gold as he wiped tho back of his lobster with wings and a clam with medal. When I backed up to Chnrlcs-tow- n looked around. "I did not neck this favored few for millions on millions! are what pioiluee stronger effects. fashion of A inoricaus to mention foreign or wood cut feet, but he wouldn't go any further. to telegraph the news nnd wait great honor, but ay It has been thruSt ' What overwhelming commentary on nrtists and fo know little or imthlug Christ wns nlwrs telling whnt a thing Kvcn in his delirious moments he for a wrecking train the division super- upon me I will accept it ami curry the Hlble, what reonforeemeiit for pa- about our own Copley nud Allston nnd was like, nud Ids sermon on the mount would cry out: intendent couldn't see tho romance, America on from posterity to posterity triarchs, prophets, npostles and Christ, Inmaii and Greeiiough und Kensett. wiih a great picture gallery, beginning "Ha! hal thou bloody pirntc, but cither. until gold pieces In the hands of the what distribution of Scriptural knowl-edg- e Let the allluent lling out of their win iui a hkciuii oi a "city on a hill that jheer off or will give jou a broadside "'What's the bloody row?' he buys, poor shall be a more common sight of nil untlons In the pnlnllngs nnd (lows and Into the back yard valueless cannot be hid," and eiullnir with n tern which will send you to the bottom be- us lie comes out. than marbles In the hands of children. engravings of llolmun daubs ou canvas nnd call in these siileu pesi neating against two houses, auc on therefrom fore you can call upon Heaven for Arise! .Shake off your lethargy! " 'Hridge gone.' Hunt's "Christ In the Temple," Paul did but unrewarded men nud tell them the red. nnd tho othe. 011 tho snnei. mercv!" " 'And why didn't you run your train hold for the first time In your li Veronese's "Magdalen Washing the to adorn your walls not only with that The parable of the prodigal son, a pie One day the doctor announced that Into tho creek?' the dawn of a nation's freedom," rcet of Christ," Uuplun-l'- "Michael the whleh shall please thu taste, but en- tore; parable of thu sower, who went When the meeting had dishnuded In Archnngel," Albert Durer's "Dragon of large the minds ami Improve the morals forth to sow, a picture; parable of Abel had less than 24 hours to live, "'My liremun didn't want to get the a bln.e of glory I asked Hie vitiligo the ApoenlypMi," Mlehiiel Angelo's mid save the souls uf those who gnzu unmerciful servant, a picture; nnd the dying man nsked his wife If wot.' parable cooper If ho expected great results be linuV. better own up to the lie. She upon them. All American cities need of the ten virgins, n picture; parable " 'Humph! Uouuee him for blocking Plagiio of the Fiery Serpents," turned up the sheet to look nt his toe- the road, und don't you make another from it. of tho talents, a picture. The world "Flight Into Kgypt," Kubens' grent galleries of art, not only open nails und advised him to hold on. The such mlstnke unless you want a year's "Do IV Do 1?" he repeated. for a few days 011 exhibition, but wants pictures, nnd the appetite begins "Why. "Descent from the Cross," Leonardo Da you must bo mighty nails hadn't turned blue yet. and there vacation!'" not Vinci's "Last Supper," Clnudo's "Queen which shall Btand open all tho year with tho child, who consents to go early to see that wo shall mime and ciect the of Sucba," HclilnlVMndonnn," nt M- round, mid from early morning until to bed If tho mother will sit beside lilm miih one chance In a thousand that he The Hcrmudas ure not included in the next president nnd have every blamed ilan: Orcagnn,s'i,,LastuJ.udgment,V nnd ten o'clock at night, and free to all who nnd rehearse a story, which Is only might pull through. The preacher a " ( congressman ".'nine in presently to aal Abel if he term West Indies. picture. under our thumb!" w" Hundreds of "miles of pictures, it they would como and go. fttratxrraralITO ai a " I " ID THE BICYCLERS IT. rHE MISSION OF ART. were put In line, illustrating, display- .Joiners of Snuan Creek o - i rolk '' -' -I 1 '. 1, 1 11 11 12-1- 0: I 0 -- 11 1 one-hors- 11 1 1 nui-i.tty- !' toe-trai- ls ub-eat- e 1' ' plan--iiin- g . 1 LZ r 1 . 1 coi-m- blood-spot- ing, dramatizing, irrndlntlng Hlblu truths until tho Scriptures are not today so much on paper ns on canvas, not so much in Ink ns lu nil the colors of the spectrum. In 1S33 forth from Strns burg, Germnny, there enme a child that wns to eclipse in speed nnd boldness anything nnd everything that the world had ever seen since thu Hist color on the sky nt the creation, Paul Gustavo Dore. At 11 years of ngc hu published marvelous lithographs of his own. Saying nothing of what ho did for Milton's "Paradlsu Lost,"aiublazon Ing it on the nttentlon of the world, hu takes up the book of books, the moo nrch of literature, thu Hlble, and lu his pictures, "The Creation of Light, l'hc Trial of Abrahnm's Faith," "The Ilurlnl of Snrnh," "Joseph Sold by His Hreth ren, I'he Hrazcn Serpent," "Honr. nnd Huth." "David and Goliath," "The Transfiguration," "The Mnrrhigo In Cnnn," "Hnbylon Vnllen" nnd 205 Scrip-turn- l scenes In all, with a tKildncss and a grasp nnd almost supernatural at tlatus that mnkn tho heart throa nod thu brain reel nnd thu tears stnrt nnd the checks blanch and the entire nature quuke with the tremendous things of God ami eternity and tho dead, I actually staggered down the step of the lxiudou art gallery tiudcr the ivovvcrof Doro's "Christ Leaving tho Pnietorl inn." Profess y ou to bo a Christian man or woman, nnd sec no divine mission in art, nud acknowledge you no obligation cither in thanks to God or mnuV The world nud the church ought to come to the higher appreciation of the Divine iiiIshIoii of pictures, yet the an thorn of them have generally been left to seiulhtnrvntlon, West, the grent painter, tolled In unapprccintlnu till, being a great skater, while on the Ice he formed the ncqunlntnncc of Gen, Howe, of the Knglish army, who, through coming to admire West n n clever skater, gradually came to appreciate n niuuli that which he urcomplUhcd by his hand ns by his heel. Pouikin, the mighty painter, wns pursued and had nothing with which to defend himself against the mob but the artist's portfolio, whleh he held i,er his head to keep off the stones hurled nt him. The pictures of Itlrhnrd Wilson, of Kugland, were sold for fabulous sums of money after his death, tint tho living painter was glad to get for lib "Alcyone" n piece of Stilton cheese. From 1610 to 1013 there were 4.A00 pictures willfully destroyed. In the reign of Queen Kllznb.th It was the haUt of some people to spend much of their tint in knocking pictures to pieces, lu the reign of Chnrles 1. It was ordered by tnrllumcnt that nil pictures of Christ Ik burned. Painters were hi Iwdly treated and humiliated In th beginning. of the eighteenth century that they j were lowered clear down out of the sublimity of their nrt nnd obliged to give account of whnt they did with id 1 the-rai- ut a 1 - ly. (Jm-iill- n 1 Ik-ci- 1 lay-of- J . lilf-i- ,. 1 f 1, 11 I 1 11 h d em-phas- ls y newly-electe- d. - ll nine-tenth- .leffer-soula- col-or- s, n-e- 1 ! H-- " s Tin-toretto- 's ly thick-heade- d .teyfefc -a-- tf PnwMWmwt!,, t v- - m: - jp ",r.' n mb t - f i '. . K.'-jwLj- 'ti,.ii'',j .tr,." r.'i - waw -- a m. v re At . -- "'" v r . . "" ,r ' IANUFACTURING lilulliir Tiiitl- AN ISSUE IN THE HANDS OF SPOILSMEN. TOLD A 0 WOMEN. A SWEET REVENGE. the Itciiiilillcana Atiiinilonmrnl ii r tin Prlui'lplr of Of rUflf Prmlitenl .tlcKlnler Jllrrillllf. Mnkri Had Men. of the Civil Hrrvloo M nil it. woman cxactn love from n mnn us i thi-totlnty nnd confers 11 as a favor. Globe. It A After months of Hhlverlnp on the to woman's waj to buy a present bring home two or three to examine. brink rrehldent .MeKlnley Iiiih finally Washington Democrat, line HUM not only tin Iioiim' run. iih taken the plunge. The order modifyA woman may listen to the advice ol of t iirreiicy lefiirin. but nil the ing the clil service rcHtrlctioiiH ho iih Jinert-niiijei-of flimnclnl reform. to exempt a large number of oHIcch her husband, but she Invariably doc i w to the creation ft of a yy. iroin the clasHlll d service wiiHnpproxed as she pleases just the snine. Aurora Ewitli liuiiiiiinl pulley for the next wen- - In enliiuet meeting Ihe other day and News. The nverage. woman never quits grow Ik n of eonjrrehx." will be Hlgned and promulgated an soon Ing. As soon as she quits growing up ' The iniporlaiice of till," we are im Home ei"c;i have been dlcclcd. It Id, "will he Keen nt onee whea It Ih The number taken out from under she begins to grow tldcways. N. Y n iih mbcri'il that any li'L'Ulutloii on the protection of the civil service ruleH Press. A woman's idea of studying n mnn'i turreiiey at the next n'wltm will ami thrown to he ftcrnmhlcd for by the miCMarlh lieeome nit lwie before the Hpollxiiieu Ih not ho large iih originally character is to hint nround to try and And out If he has ever been in love. fnutii i. nl ci iMMillium tinil In the iircl- - demanded, and there will be great Galveston News. in conKcfpienec. ilcntl.il tauipuif-iiof next niiininer." When a woman has n husband thnt It Ih no slight percentage of thin will be men at onee by nco- fple who lme not i It before. What the whole number In thcehiHHltlcd ncrv-Ic- nobody else on earth can get along with M Out of 0.1,000 olliccH now In tlie she cays he Is "a diamond in the rough." more Miffi'i'Mltc Im the faet that It N. Y. Press. lia lern furt'Meen rwr lnee MelClnley t'liniHlfled lint 4,000 are to be withdrawn, In Finland women work ns carpenbeing a little oter hI.v per cent, of the vim ituluetfd Into otlice.anil that errv- ters, bricklayers, paper hangers and llilnff llkrrt Merlon ut tempt ateiirreney whole. Tour thousand otllecK are not enoflgh bakers. They also hnvc the right ol it ft nil linn been deliberately potMm to go around the iiiixIouh and hungry MilTrogc. to the hut boil i. Tho suburbanite who has n dnily expectant, ami three tlmcn that numThe etirrriit'V miration wm the one ber of ofllce seekera will be dlHappolnt-e- d shopping memorandum from bis wife iilif'ii wineli the liiht prfKldential ami angry. Hut there inny be more could make, a few eloquent remarkt tiirneil. It wum the "burning Umic" of the campaign of IhDfi, yet it Ihih Iicuii b fore long If the pressure upon the nncnt the "White Man's Hurden." Philadelphia Times. rerrlHtrntly loliril eter Inee. In- - president is kept up. A Ionian who would never tell a lie The important thing Im that the Hues Mruil of iirj;ln eurreney reform at the - of civil service piotectlon have been vvo'jid pad her form, dye her hair and otitM-- t MeKlnley eullril an extra i.iti tif fonrenit before he wiih fairly broken down at one xilnt. It Ih the conceal her wrinkled face bcucnth paint w.itm In bin Miit to give tbe eoiintry II rM breach that counts. Hitherto there and powder, which, when discovered, it turiff tvorac tlmtl the one ulileli bore bus been a steady building tip and would occasion ridicule. Boston HerHtrengt belling of the civil service ald. bt iinine, ami herflpjjateil theenrreney Now a part has been broken Hellc I'nllon, n pretty girl In the top ptil to a Iwrk HUfctioti down and that will weaken all the of Kliinhlng, L. 1., Is driving her lery and ban ;ept it therreter Miie-- . rent. public cnb. At first hlic only Thlii wan nlKiut nit ilelllxTflte an President McKlnlcy him tnken a dcp went out occasionally when the old man nit he itinlil tiffer to the men without whoKo vote by hi nwirmlmboilon which be may hate cause lo regret. He was indisioted, but lately she tnkes the with be eonltl neter have been elected. He may have strengthened himself weak-cue- vehicle out nil the time and has become d the xpoiU iKilitlefntiH, but he linn a regular hnckwomnn. The other hack did preelnjly that to which the deiiioonit hi hold on the thinking )coplc of drivers are complaining that she gets ., Supported him, dirtttly or who were intiitt iiijponrtl, and mode hU own imrty and Iiiih deeply grieved most of the trade. no elfort lirdo that which they wiithed thousand of independent citieiiH who to bun done, and for tbe Mike of which tiottil for him nfter his acceptance of FOR THE STAMP COLLECTORS. th platform which declared: old purl? tlen. they mindt-rti- l "The civil Mcrvlee law wiih placed The next new issue for collectors is Now another jnmldential elretlon iit upon lb; statute Ixiok by the republicthat of Porto ltlco. tipproAehlnc nnd the lender of the ahvaVH siistaintl an nny, which Now that the Omaha stamps arc obparly are holding loiifj confer- It, and we renew has repeat ctl dechira-tioiiour solete many collectors are inquiring at ence for tin jmrjioHc of innnufuriur that it shall be thoroughly nnd the post oliice for set at face value, and ItiK u curreney Umic for t)i coming nnd hone.tly enforced extended not getting them. They Jimulfriitly Jinw no tiimpalgn. stamp of The current two-ceintention of krttllnr the qticMloti nnd wberrvcr practicable," It i hns been changed from brown to taking It out of national polltlcx, unit tlmt a republican president, electJoii platform, pledged to It, and ought to be. 'llielr intention evidently bin iiiuugurnl said; "Ileforimv who in pink. This, it Ih said, is thu last stamp In the of the old tlmt will be Issued. eolorleKM measure U to patch ii)i txune service must go on," who litis reItaly Is the home of pottage stamp ttt of which llrey hope tt jet an lHtie thtoii;h Indircreet deniiK'tatle tippoi.1-tio- stricted Instead of extended the opera-tioi- counterfeiters, nnd the work Is so clevof the civil service law otid who erly done that Kuropenu collectors are Hut it in fartheni from their pur- has elTcctcd a retrogresxlon in civil kept in a constant state of apprehenon- - to do anvthiiiK ileciMte and ills-h- c e reform when he had pronil.ed sion for fear they will be w ladled. fit the rurnrncj iiorMton in manthnt it should "goon." ner likely to lx tlniil. Two varieties have been found in the Where Im the McKlnlcy bcvklmnc7- t envelope stamps. In one new The fact tluil they hate iloue noth-Itif- .' Cleveland Plain Dealer. nil thin time miiIHi iently pmtun tlmt the head is pointed at the top and the lower part of the bust Is rounded. The they d" vtre to do anythiiiK- They PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS. other tdiovvs a broken "P," nnd the tiiv mortnlly fraid to faer the penple Is much better, the face nnd (jimri'ly on tbe Ihkuc of ImiierialiHin DemocratH who want to pa n the abandonment of tin fuuilnmeiii4i1 resolution ngnlust trusts will hud tho hnlr standing out prominently. pr.nciple ujMiii which the republir-It Ih rumored thnt n number of prom(dank In the Ohio republican platform tiiiKed im rtmuuliited in the Deelaratton neatly expresurd. St. Ixaiin Kepublle-n- . inent business men of tbe west will shortly ngitatc tbe question of domestic pmertimrtr.n,Wsnr'ttrtHiiv!nfiit ' 'iii ? rnte of tiontni-- to tbe new .colonics. tM imrl llo iiite (HI tilt lticfttlnt of At present they apply only to'innlfmJB tilownt the civil service law are so the wnrif uttjnentln which ban Ikwii iih to Indicate that the prclileiitH Inme drcHtcd to tlic olueers nnd men of t lie lmt witfjei! for fntir mouthx, and whieh.uip-l-uTiilly- , ii lends icnlle that In has made u hral nrmy nnd nnvy, nil other matter being Iiiim just In which our liliiuder. Atlanta subject to the old rate. Journal. are reipiirrd not only touhoot The Intention of tho repnb'lcuii tlowii people whoxe only crime Im thnt SHORT RULES FOR THE HOME. im inbcm of the finance .tnumittee to fathers, but to hold if our their conference in New Vork i hoot to enth that ery diK'trlneof Tut self Inst. ..f eloHd doorn ix only another Mhleh until now Iiiih til-- , p.iriiiiut He prompt at every rr.cal. of how little there xvlll be for wo.tK iwunt tlmt in which AiiiitIciiiik Take little annoyances out of tin the public in the entiie currency reb.ite inttKt frlnrlcil and for which fliev way. lin)Tii ready to lay down their live. form programme of the, administration. Ala ays speak politely and kindly tc Detroit Tree Press. PiHtrhip "to meet the people on (hi, nervants. t If President the inoU vl tu I JakimwhlchliHN appeared Tell neither of your faults nor tliost ninee the of 1770. the repnb-- . w;nlcc order Ih right, it ought to have of others. been IsHiied two yearn ugxu It it in Ilrnn lrnder nre hoping to pt tlu-nHave a place for roug. it ought not to have been issued and wildly sci1el once moreoternn empt.t at itirreney iiwue. and they tnwt torthe Mr.all. With charaiterUtic vacillation, rverything in Its place. McKiulcy litis taken Just tbe right Hide your own troubles, but watch folly of the democratic lenders to hnlp them oa rrith thnt leiou entcrprixo- - course to show that he in doing what 1o help others out of theirs. ho belleve.i to bo wrong. Albany Neverinterruptnny conversation, but Chicago Chnmiulv. watch patiently your turn to speak. Now that the republicans of Ohio T.ook for beauty in everything, and 1lr fntttTriof 'SlnrU llnnnn. linnnu lit to be accounted one of fltc! in convention aunembled have "olllclul-lytake a cheerful view of very event. mtiKt pot rti t inlliienccH' probably (he! rated Mr. MeKlnley with Abrahnm Carefully clean the snow and mud Lincoln, there can be no longer any reamoKt jmieni intiuvnce In the pot emfrom your feet on entering the house. inent, nn Iodkiik MelClnley U president. son .'or Lincoln's oldest and best friends When good comes to anyone, rejoice. Whether he Juoi tittaiued imMhluir be in the party, like Sherman, .Hour and When anyone su iters, speak a word ol yond thh in mote open to iiucstlon.1 IMmunds, to have any opinions f their sympathy. nr fee no proof Of bin lutlueure In the own about tliendmluiktratioUi Uoltim-'Iiii- h When Inclined to give Jin nngry anMMiate, aiIde from what thin nnoriln (O.) Press-Posswer, press your lips together and say him. Mr lia tiertainly taken no lead-I- n We are Inclined to tlint, the alphabet. Mltinu lii debate there. We llnd for onee In IiIh life, Hon. Murk llanua When pained by nn unkind word or htm neltlerortfjInntlnr nor connecting Ih mistaken. He declares that .tho deed, nsk yourself: "Hawa I never done bin muiir with tiny iniportant itieftitin tpicHtiou of triiKts Is in no sense apolitiof public foIluy. lliirfelloWHeuntorsdo cal one. If he doesn't cluuiire hit: mind nn ill nnd desired forgiveness?" Solnot refer to bim any further than he li. about it before the republican jiaiiunnl dier and Servant. fciipiKutiNl lo reproent I'rchtdent vonventlon he will have THE MARKETS. lreldeiit MeKlnley' own w'hen the returna from the prefshlenti.il ourKC uxm jiullllfiiili'Ktlons Iiiih been election nre in. Chlcapi Chronicle. Cincinnati. June la H.1V 1. STOCK Cattle, commou nepatlve or JrnUitivv, necordliif,' to the ft MS The humorous aide Select Imtchers m iip 4 to native lient of bin nilnd. He hat never was shown when he hadof Mr. llanua nAJtY':J;nilr W Kood , 6 51 is. 7 01 put forward nnynllley throii(h llanua. adopted by the convention rcuoltrtion Kijiu3 fO rondemnliig Mixel 1'ncUeri 3 .0 unit iiniimt tutu, ttppnrentiy, no policy trust h. Unless he Ih grimly juiarcpn-Minte- d iViV. ""'I'l'crs k Cl ;l (0 of IiIh own with HyinptoniM of enter ;i iv ft 1 IM his wrong box hold mere or Sill. JtA,l.l.,S"".rlnK ....,. 0 M prle in it on theenrreney or the ii Jos of stock of every 'I.nl'l(..Vt lnlr trwH Ult viN..Vhtrut--Nc- . iM W 3 ' red nirnirri of the currency. There Ih InAmcilea. Hut t'lioiepubliriin ft N 3 red lenders ?.' lib ohtloun renmni why ihe uliould lie reti- iheniMdvcH admit that the lorn Na. Snilxed rouvention O.1U.-Ncent On that of trurtH. He HtandH in dirt not rcmovi! the S... caiueof the ltyr Na 2 df, lb the senate solely tut the repirfctl ,,rl,n0 l Choice faetiotiN, nnd nunc of them is ungiiinu !!.A II 00 ftll riC.iVIIOK?-Mci- iii of .McKlnlcy, and In l ntthude tLu.1 Ohio will go republican I'ork. .. . this fall. BC'iTKU-CholLud 4 K'i he Is not enlerprlnlnp. We hcp no ince ICunsiiH City TjIiiicb. dairy.. .... 11 Ut. ...V.r'.me l" choli creiuncry ... dication that he In to be a power in (J. 'JO The most januulng defense of Me- - AIMU.K Cholco 10 funor.... . 4 WIK republican xlitlr after .MeJviulcy hinley h linckKlidlng on civil w. jiur .S'lilil. 75 V6 W Hcnlee re- l'OTA'l leaven the oiliclnl .tii-IIohIol Jler-nlCHICAGa form in the claita that he yielded par75 tially to the spollejiicn in order to kocp ri.CUIt WIntor vuumt rt'ii. .... 3 0. ft S 7H 7Sft 764 them from overthrowing the entire 73 ft tlVhenCatidlilatoMfKInleyKwiif'ht in 3.Mt i '.'..; '.'.'.; n presUlentinl nomiiuitlon it wiih .Vark merit ;vHteiii, but of course thin will oai--w- i. 3 l'OHK-Mf........ ;" 2d Ct 27 Iliiimu who condueteil iIiIh winning jiot wnirti. MeKlnley had no repiitabl-motivMiift 1.A1U) suain 5 in) ftj a is xvhatever In tlinhonnring his cninpiitf'ti, and thin same Ninv YOU If. own woni, bri'iiklngiiicpronilHeiiiitl n HcrvJceable friend nilhed n eorrtiji-:tioJ 'i.tJUK winter putcnt. 3 M 4M 11. vi the plat formaf his party. He COIJN-N- o. .lo, v rcu fluid of mlllloii to nuikc IiIh 2 mixed "...."" s wiih actuated either by eowardice or I.YI5- .cethu Hiire. The friendship .r fo ,!...;...; and thatV all there Ih to oats-.mi.x- cii New mented lia fjniwn In strcjogth and ft :ii v, I Oltlv tnt'sg 8 75 ft 0 im it. McmphiH Conimeirlnl-Aiipcaf'ror. TJjj prcHldiMitV ... ft 5 .7. tin1 form of n foinplctexuircjuler. A yenror two ngo, when the fannHAl.TIMOllI-Mannii's )olitlcal notebook Iwn been er wns not enjoying bin present degree rijOUIt-Kain-.it, 3 SO ft 3(0 No. 2red....'i 7H lift 7H't a l(,'ht draft on the administration. of prosperity, tho inanufuuturerw of agSouthern 7.' ft ;cv. Corn Mixed .......'.' Whether It untied for a poftniiisTNlilp ricultural maejilncry never thought of dC Oau. No. 8 St'?, :" white 38'i u at a croHH ronti tillage or a hjiccIuI rate organizing into a trust and inercabing live No. 2 western ft fl.'lj , 4 70 " in the tariff sitbedtile, it cabinet port thc prices of their goodn; thu farmer CA'l'TI.l.V.I.'iri- .i,,.llt.. 11m: tviMurn jiuu.-- ... oq U i 15 place In owt of did not have money then, and it wiih folio or it doorkivper INDIANAI'OMS. not thought worth while to "work" theilepartnientH, tbo obligation 3 O 71 CornNo. 2 mixed ml.. honored. .Mark Milium had him. Hut no sooner iIoch he becomo lu. K'i Oat-- Na 2 mlxtd ." it LI) rnrle blanche In hit' j1iiiih to nominate solidly prosperous Hum It ocenru to tho LOUISVIM.1:. timl elect Wllb'nni .MtJvinley, He did niiiimfnctun.'rs of faitn machinery that j' i.ums winter jutont.... 8 75 fi 100 hU work (liuroiighly, and the public It would be a good Ihlog to Incrca&ci UltAIN Wheat-No. 8 rVil... ft 73 urn .Mlxi'it . ux I reosury hn jflJl )) WJJu N. V. Jour their profils W per CJty damMUtd h iT), POItK .. jut), TrJbuue. (iUDu '..'.'. 'I li Jill ft ri'jiulilicaiiH, we arc told, will hcrli' of c(infcrc:u'c to t t There will be a large exhibit this at the Paris exposition Clarence Vwr Weak on Snetllni and countrywill prove very interesting to in 1000, all who which Hue p"UKlit n t, tu may attend, hut no more so than the news licit Ink. Hostet-ter'- s that the famou American remedy, Stomach Hitters, will positively cure Eleanor, I am 0 eljil to find vou dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation, bilious-ne- t "Oh. to nnd nervousness. To all sullercrs of hcrr. 1 vf11 I .m jour lumie, ami your cotnt line to be fitted," the above complaints a trial is recommend-ed- , uiollicr Mia " with the assurance that when honestly and nn Eleapfl RrjjMtl the 'penkci'-han- d used a cure will be cfTected, Jt also tones up the entire system. tlii, fit of tline tC'iw n interfered with. tou, for I Exhibits nt Pnrlo. frn Great Tammany Leader. Tbe Catarrh of Summer. wen, v -- "'J ?ur iu i.itHnor, f)f that I wen "l nniRlntl, jou'venorae- - Would He Unit Korm. ll-- e Never-thclcH- ic. n-ei- e. , elee-tio- n e- grand-fnther'- s In-nu- ll hull-recti- .Me-Kiiil- H nt Ha-wa- ll s m n. ser-'ic- "No real gentleman, Mr. Hopkins, would t over to hte innrnmc "Vef. Kit, nnd ,,(n up to her room, a we ever have his photograph taken in a dress suit." aivvny. v '" "What do you mean, Miss Simpkins?" "Ye," !aerated Uidnor. order to w" n nig All around her on it "Indaylight." do so lie would have to wear "And The Rival. in the tloor 1wfie iHltr-- , Mnj otl jj,,. 1(t,( mor(J M"-- : 'Mtrc), Kit, what's the letters. now and then she would Do Your fret Ache anil nnrnt matttr! Bhnko Into your slioys, Allen's Foot-Easmake a viflu' J ut a letter and appear to a powder for the feet, it inakostlghtorNcw he writiny" 'Oh, VMyl I am aimott wild! I'm to Hliocs feel Easy. Cures Cornt, Bunions, Hivollea, Hot, Callous, Hore, and .Sweating busy.' Feet. All Druggists and Hlioo Htorcs sell "What arc vmitlomgr I atked. " 'Well.,""! Kit, 'jouknow Clarence and it, STic Ramplo sent FKEE. Address, Alien 8. Olmsted, Lo Hoy, N. Y. I have M n qo.irrt- l- and I'm (jlad of it' nnd here die MtA the eladde-- t kind of a fol 'and and he nt all my letter back Far llnek. Greene What a lo'ok that poet and the silver bnol.aMrk and the .ovely pipe I K"e '"" - tli Im name cngravnl on has. Witt-Y- es; ''lav- I tan't ue any of them aiid-- o; He he's thinking of his last it d hosv c.u to I'm pettiiijt his letters meal. Cleveland Leader. 1 in-- I'm ready correcting them. nnd then 'lie lugtied and made another jab The Heat Prescription for Chill. with br pen and Fever Ion bottlo of Gkove's Tasteless " 'Cortectiti" them,,' I catped. Cuitx Tonic. It is simply Iron and quinine lo thtm. You knovvTlar-enc- e & tasteless form. No cure no pay. Pricc,&0c. it terrible speller, so I have gone over each li'er in fel mk and made him ee that We believe, spite of sta'istics, that it was intentional Humph' I'll bet he won't mote gi'ls kill in themselves eating pickles man he broke it oh!' tell atwiher than kill themselves skipping rope. Detroit "I ctioldn t he'p hat wasn't it a Journal. fine revenger I.ondoi You do not have to dry goods in the shade GOLFING AND CYCLING. colored with Putnam Fadeless Dyes. They are fast to sunlight and washing. 10c per package. - ii Then! two great sports go hand in Fome people are like clocks; they show by The links ar perforce situated hand. sort at home distance from town, and the their faces what Days. of a time they arc and quickest wny to reaidi them having. Golden easiest Is with the bicycle. For golf goad links I cannot speak too highly of Piso's Cure are needed, for cycling Good ltoads. for Comuinption. Mrs. Frank Mobbs, 21C Golf links can be made anywhere by v. ir.u at., xsew lorK, Oct. 29, 1894. digging holes, nnd mnklng artificial rizincss makes all tasks seem hard; inbarriers. On Long Island Nature has dustry' makes them seem light. L. A. W. v been particularly kind. Its North Uullctin. Shore is all rolling country, in ninny Hall's Cuturrh Cure places glacial action has formed hills nnd hollows of perfect delight to the Is taken Internally. Pnce 75c. followers of this sport. The level and Money is an uncertain quantity; it's so beautiful ocean shore Is broken in changeable. Golden Days. many plares by rolling IiIIIh covered with gras nnd shrubs which go to mnke up links so close to the Scottish Ideal that all who have played In the old country nre struck nt once by their wonderful fitness for the sport, nnd added to this the fact that the cool Ponth breeze comes up every day tltrcigliout the Summer from across tlie ocean nnd tilings with It a bracing nrid exhilaration that nothing else can gift. Nowhere but on Long Island "TJifa e, far-awa- y ir-an- ttem Congressman Amos J, Curnmlngs. New York, Oct. 11th, 1808. Drug M'f'g Co., Columbus, O. a is good for caGentlemen tarrh, I have tried It and know it. It relieved me immensely on my trip to Cuba, nnd I always have a bottle :ln reserve. Sluoe my return I linve not suffered ft om catarrh, but if I do I shall use again. Meantime you might send me another bottle. Yours, Amos J. Cummings, M. C, Pe-ru-Pe-ru-- lau-hui- R, Tit-Dit- Summer catarrh assumes various forms. It produces dyspepsia and bowel complaint. It causes biliousness and diseases of the liver. It deranges the kidneys and bladder. Summer catarrh may derange the whole nervous system, when It Is known to tbe medical profession ns a systemic catarrh, is a specific for all these forms of never disappoints. catarrh. Address Dr. Hnrtman, Columbus, Ohio, for a free book on summer catarrh. l'e-ru-- na Pe-ru-- M si u ? xH j i " n Sour Stomach will without tbein In the bouse. My liter was In a Terr bad shape, and mr bead acbed and I bad stonweb trouble. Now. since taking Cascarcu, I feel One. Mr wlfo baa also uted tbem with beneficial result tor tour stomach." Jos. KtiruLlxu, Ifll Congress St., 6t. Louis, lio. M .va ! After I was Induce! to try I CABCA-RET- S, ii n fVi-s- T wvinA-oi- CANDY c TSAD- - MASK SIMISTISIO two-cen- nt in it Us as it is in - 7im,ii--l00j- firttn-pr-ililnt- Q duttnceconditions exist. It i unique Its varied scenery nnd Itj tnsuqiassed attractions in every Hie The roads are good and many bAuliful side paths and cycle paths ttd through the woods. The tour tJfMnd the Island which can be made It three days Is most enjoyable, and a vftrtk token to the trip can be tilled very IlU oi pleasure. The camera should i'F)f-'hM,''a'.tncennry ta coislmtly changing, and Its beauties nr well wrrth preserving for future -l S?xFSr r y7iBF mv'r 1 "V.'5?2 ! Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do Uood, Nerer Sicken. Weaken. or Crlpe, 10c. SScJOc. ... All Excellent Combination. effects oi Sk"itSpm t'e well known romedy. StfrtL R,m4j C.MtBT. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. tktt.g. M.trl,S Tsrk. IIS nnd rnatanleed br alldrni-- I BUf-nU'lU'BAll Pld ElsMUiSJUAtKlobacco Habit. I giiMMiiffliiMiiffltiiiittiiiito cno; mt, v lx-hi- uil nug-gcHti- McICinle.v'n-iiewM'ivf- is it Wilkin over there looks o everything ek-- i sweltering?" ' . ilkllis u ia.irt. Do vou see those old: Df rs he i rcadinff? Well, thev contain tht count of February's bluzarti. Every tin Wilkins beeins to feel tho lea6t lift be r .ids aoont thp lvpntv-hnin- i WJ ho low, ro and shivers. His scheme i cooler ;ans and cheaper than ice. Cliicago thr Evti as News. coe hen e Grnlu. v : v Ar-gi- u. The Top f I'olllrnrs-- , v most oolite man In four counties has He is Geotge A. Tracy, Ihh discovered. th nlk dealer. When jou call on Mr. Tw; he takes you down cellar and scats a chair in front of n barrel of cider, he starts a smlion-likarranct'inpiit. tbei lir ilovvjug in an nmherstreani through a nil ill hose. Mr. Tracv then nlaccs the bnJ ess end nf the hose in vour mouth and gots away. iliimantic Weekly Journal. tt c To thoe who desire new lands and tive, clonusinc the system cltectunlly, homea; also unsurpassed chance dispelling colds, .headaches and fevers for industrial inwMtncnl- and manufacturers. gently yet promptly and enabling ono to overcome habitual constipation perIts Farm Products in im include manently. Its perfect freedom from 25,000,000 bushels of whejt, 140,000 every objectionable quality und sublialcsof cotton, and millions of dolstance, and its acting on tlie kidneys, lars worth of other grain j,fruits.etc Sena lor tree copy oi pampmei liver nnd bowels, without weakening entitleil The Trutn About ukib- or irritating them, make it the ideal At stated times low rate honta. laxative. ticket. 5 In the process of manufacturing figs r; Homeseckers ExcursionRoute to 5 i are sold via Santa l'e are used, as they are pleasant to tho S Oklalioma. 3; taste, but the medicinal qualities of tho S Office, Addrfa()eiiml remedy nre obtained from henna and :S 1 he Atchison, Topeka l'micnccr Te Railnray, 3; & Santa other aromatic plants, ny a mctnou S Chicago. S known to the Caufounia. Fio Svnur Co. onlv. In order to tret its beneficial effects and to nvoid Imitations, pleasqJ remember tho lull name ol thecompany printed on the frout of every package. Oklahoma the value of obtaining tbe llijut? laxaOffers Opulent tive principles of plants known to o. medicinally laxative and presenting them in tho form most refreshing to the taste and acceptable to tho system. It 1 Opportunities is tho one perfect strengthening laxaStrum- - or Ptos, ms'iufactvired by the. CiLUiroHitiA. Via Stnui-- Co.. Vllvistralo Ti.C nleasant mctliotl and beneficial 1 Mjpt-- 1 "BIG FOUR" TO ii u. Drift; it is CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. BAN FRANCISCO. CAX as pleasant down the river -- Atchison Globe. just LOUIBVII.U:. KT. I'or sale by alt DruBK1--1- - NEW YORK. N. Y. 'rlee Sic. per bottle. -- "TH6 Sea Level Route" t. fyrom 97?rs, Suntor to 9tfrs. tPinkham. -- Chain Troubles for Th."i,n!lrY" lia "I'Mnwk" only Chain. y. no-lo- so -- 1 llg-h- . JlOUS-lniirhuanilii- ejvy -- 11 -- & CUTTEK TO MXS. riNXHAU NO. 6,lt CLINTON CttAAN WORKS, "Oao year ago last June three doctors gave me up to tile, anil as I hail at 142 South Clinton Street, Chicago. different times used your Vegetable Compound with good results, I had too much failh la it to die until I had tried KKAI1KILS OK THIS I'Al'EU IHSIKIMI TO HUV ANYTU1NQ it again. I was apparently an invalid, ADVKUT1SK1) IN ITS COLUMNS vvas couflucd to my bed for teu weeks. FHOL'Ll) INSIST Ul"ON HAVING (I believo my trouble was ulceration of WHAT TIIKY ASK IX)11. UKKL'SINO TbH accurulo and attifartor; rhnln oncl for one. delivered FltKK mauiiracturrd. on receipt of prlee. btale number of llukt ceulem aud Kldtli. wlielfaer 'i or CYCLISTS $i.6o NEW YORK. insured against DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE. DINING CARS. . K. IXOALLS, K. O. HrCOKHICK. WAGNER SLEEPING CARS. PresldcaU IT A RUIN Pans. Trafflo Mgx J. Asst. acnl. Pass. LYXCII, & Ticket Agt. womb). AIX SU1WTITUTK8 OH IMITATIONS. for-cifT- good-pityin- g TO "After taking four bottles of the Compound and using borne of the Liver two months I had greatly improved nnd Weighed IBS pounds, when I never before weighed over 139. Lydia E. be-s- LIVE STOCK GUTS. CUTS or BOOK, I'ills and Sanative Wash, at the end of COLLEGE Cotl-e- c 1 HILL 0. ASSEMBLY, We will furnish duplicates of LIVE STOCC uny OTHER CUTHbown In any SPECIMKJO at or below quoted prices for same. con-liila- ut UL V . (X) OKS-No- . llnlriiam's Vegetable Compound is tho medicine-- crer used, and I recommend it to all my friends." Mns. Anna l e. d. hVAliUJi'TEH, JllCiniNSVILLi:, MO. line.) Ledum ou I.lternuif. Social Settlement, V X. Ulnar), bilenre anil hronomlci, hy I'rof M)tr. 1'rot. J II 1'ort-- r. In I'rof .1 S.of OhioCere nnd Mil Id it., lnnyolhrr. Lor.lrd bulldliiRf ', tubiirbi of llntlnnitl m.f nlthr lnot llonril fr"in 1.1. 41 a tck" uri Opent hit Jul; luiunri Auir. ) For circular and information addrrti, F, :. N'IIM:ili:U. Umlnru Hmiagrr. Mntlou O. CINCINNATI. O. Den't A. I1L. ().. under Ihr illrrctton of the Cincinnati 'a r A. N. KELLOOa NEWSPAPER CO., St., Cincinnati, O. 335 V. A. N. K.- -K 1760 WIIK.V tVItlTINO TO AIIVEItTIHKUS plcnae atute thut you taw tbe Ailvertlae tacnt la tbla puper. -- OHAIN-Wiivnt-- roi'r"""8 M.,. 1 No, Mr. Ilarnliart KiiJoyH, Life Oaco More. I 3&!a$D&OaKiatf&trtl TO LOOK ON THE BRIGHT SIDE OF THINGS. USE e, )i eltu-Ho- n self-lntcrr- liu-tah- l. LAKD-Wckt- crn lh- had been sick over fcineo my marriage, seven years ago; Itavo given birth to four children, and had two miscarriages. I liud falling of womb, leucorrhica, pains ia back ami legs; dyspepsia and a nervous trerniiling of tho stomach. lov 1 liavo none of these troubles and cut enjoy my life. Your medicine has worked wonders for me." Mas. S. UAJafllART, NKW CAflTLK, 1A. "DkauMiib. Pinkham f o UKA1N-Whe- CCGCCCCCCeCCCM3C6'OC:OC-CCCCC-CC5- SAPOLIO ' Aids Digestion, Regulates the Boweb, Makes Teething Easy, TEETH1HA Relieves Bowel Troubles or Children of Any Age, Coata Onlr OS Centa. -- -- -- m wiufm-inedintel- y OKAIN-Wheiit-- .Va 1' -- '. 1 STeethinA i IM MM tjrt ff Cfat-Slo- -- Mc-... LAJ;U--Stca- ...."'. TTflfmiT m iclihiw runucno k Your Sruxglat fori U 5 74 fnt"i 2aatmiftMV7KtoefXvisgm b (TA ,i sm- - k. gg7 St,d .jiAV .AJAlk-i- : .uaBr. &E t t I pr m .: .. IMMMMHIUi rOLKLOKL'. Sonic rfnr faf. LOCAL NEWS. Hi. A .Mi TKUKIIILE IIKXOHSTKATIUX. iaatkaM MtUU f 3Sr wearing it every stitch taken an enemy which will bo made. If n pen drops and sticks iu the floor the owner's lover lives iu the direction toward whioh it inclines. A ring around the moon indicates bad weather, which will last aa many days as there are stare iu the circle. If a hairpin sticks out and does not fall tho wearer will have a diasapolntment, if it falls her lov-e- r is thinking of her. If a spider is found on one of your garments it signifies thiityoti will soon have a new one of the same sort. Be sure that for every fog yon get in March you will have a frost rep-reBont- oftlio Superstitions That l'rr- -- Rev. J. W. Waters came over to Crooked lake from Clintou to fish. He thII iu America. hitched his horse to a tree and went out on tho lake in a boat, and when lie If n peahen calls, a donkey returned lie found that hU horses neck brays, plga carrv straw, geeeo Hup was broken. It is supposed that the ; was eaued by tho animal light-ill)their wlnga, n pot uoilu dry, or If Hies. Arlington News. It will the. clouds move northward -- Charlie Smith, whilst drunk, heat rain. sou If n silver coin or a fresh liud his wife andwhen Monday at their homo Mr. Charlie Sams, a placed In the h untie of a in Moscow, egg be neighbor, hearing tho screams ,of Mrs. now born bnbe Ioiir life and pros Smith, ran to her her help and knock-eperity will be assured il. Smith down with a club. Iho Hiink Mrs. Smith seriously in If the suu goes down behind a arrested, carried to bank of clouds on Friday it will jured. Smith wasunder a peace bond. Clinton, and put Sunday. rain on There is no doubt but what tho lev-oWhile peacock feathers are from Hickman to tlie highland iu will kept in the houso sickness Lako county will .bo built, and when never be out of it completed will bo ironed add equipped If person's two front teeth with a railroad. A, F. Kastwood, repare wide enough apart to place a resentative of tho enterprise, was recentin addigold doin between thorn he will ly in HicVnian soliciting aid bo issued tion to tho $100,000 in Imnds to MLssou-riaalways be rich. New Nadrid If one mends a garment while by Lake county. d pity-0.,.i,.i- passod tllroucti Northern Kansas, says alUHoiiti exchange, bearing the following tion; am A wagon Cash Book Store. of C3-- . T o s there is no Irrigation' td a man with an education c4uni,'uj:o in STATIONERY, speculation, bring aloM" wile's relation and hae frtV lvaiiou NOTIONS, &c with no danger of atari tlou This is worth consideration That inadu a Kansas editor wurio omler the Cull and sou our Slock. Everycollar and ho in roarfwirihle for this outbreak: The Httore narration is a sort of prevarjrition that thing up to date. hns obtained circulation among Many IIi:ui:.vii:h & Co people of vivid Imagination. Such fabrication hindered ianmcration, retarded education, prevented irrigation, aro the 8haino'ofcivili?.a lion and are absolutely without mako no ought to come to Missouri where goineto "Ooloratli KnnstiB ami and irriga- Hickman, Keutucfcy, Splnuliil Selection I Hr iititui. my wifo'iirflat ion anil domonstraifioii." They NEW BOOKS, Solo Atfont for Vulcan Chilled Plows, mi d Dealer in Disc. Harrows, Disc. Cultivators, Ono Horse Cultivators, One Horse Harrows, Buckeye Binders and Mowers, Hay Rakes. Porks, &c hay- - Call and look at my Implements before buying. Tll.KII. I'tM'l. l A. IIOM'OMIIK, V. II. T. If the thread knots while sew ing the sewer will live to seo the garment worn out. in May. v Prehistoric Skeleton. , Relics of a prehistoric age are being brougnt to land iu Noble county, Jnd. The find is in York township, where workmen excavating for a public highwav found the skeleton of an inhabitant of early days. The bones of the skeleton indicate thnt the person waB fully nine feet tall. The bonee Hre unusually large, and the position when found indicated that the person had been interred In a sitting position. The belief is advanced that the remains are those of a mound builder. Other discoveries in the same neighborhood indicate that York township whs inhabited years before the red men set foot on Hooier soil. The relics will be preserved ami further searches mnilp. Noble county is believed to have been the burying place of a large number of mound builders, A I , Hotel Itun by Women Alone. ; it- - i ' t: 5 Within two weeks Chicago will have a hotel conducted by women and exclusively for women. A ten vear lease has been taken on the 100 room hotel building ou Michigan avenue known as the Kichelieu Annex. For the last six weeks workmen have been putting it iu condition lor occupancy. When completed it is to be the home of Chicago business women and women travelers. It will be called the Laurel Clnb Hotel, Pour women form tho directory of the club and will have full management. Women clerks will be employed and the only men about the place will bo pdrt-erand other servants to do the heavy work. Chaperons will be furnished for theater parties and outings, and twloe a month an entertainment of asocial nature wil j be given at the house. a foundation. The population men (Successor to Win. IMeoteltirlnk.) tiraves county John Punter, a tioned In the above uartiiioii are farmer, who Is said to have killed ono the souin of creation. irHieyond UKALK IS man. Is tho victim Ho and a man salvation and can havefree transnamed WiNou became involved iu some , dispute which roMtlted iu Pan tor being portation to that laud of ipecula-tionor to tho Indian imtion, or probably fatally. Wilshot five times, son has Mirromlered himself and enters to eternal damnation upo appliI IMVIIi:i PHOt'lTK Sllliri.IT.s 10.90H. the plea of cation. Solicits your buHiness. We offer the most Liberal Accommodation Dresden. Teuu , is greatly excited A Mystified ChliinujuB. over tho killiugof tho two Fowler boys, to our Ouatomern Oonslstent with Kntnbllshed MIQKMAN, KENTUCKY. Henry and Hud, which occurred at that Hanking rrinuiplea. Tom and Bob placo ono day last week. Not long ago a Plltlbsrg life Smith charged the Fowler boys with Insurance agent persuaded a Chislandering a young lady, Miss Regan. naman It. T. TYIjHK, C. A. IIOLUOMIIti. .1. NAYLOlt, W. H. 1IALTZKK to take oat it mcicy of Tho charge wits denied by the Fowlers, KKKI3 DBLlVKliY. used, and the icsnlt is Hen- 85,000. The latter luulhio clear! pistols wen? J. W. OOWOILL. W. Ij. MuGUTUIIISK. M. B. 8IIAW. ry and Bud Fowler dead, and Billie idea of the transaction, ikit under lleagau, father of tho young lady, prob- stood that on paying the brtaiiumn ' Telephone Sloro No. 01: Ken- ably fatally wounded. promptly lie would be elittli-- to Tiptouville Press : Mr. A. J. Leary G,000 Bometltne. lie b aa both-- ' idenco, No. 00. was up fnun Keelfoot hist Monday aud ering the agent for tli money AWWi'An ihi:hm ur Tiir. i;i.mihat;i news that a Doctor Burton brought the J IMlHS- - , bfter a couple of weeks who wa. traveling down the river iu a fiat boat was drowned at his placo last ed, and the agent tried t tiplalu Saturday. It seems that in throwing to hi in that ho would ha e to die the anchor over his legs got entangled before be could get it. V nly the with the ropo jerking linn overboanl. Chinaman fell down a rway The Doctor was from Point Pleasant, place. and was badly hurt. II rienils and was highly resectol at that He wautett to mako a trip down the tried to attend to him rt limit river iu a fiat boat, and had only been calling In a doctor. W tlll'V out three days when ho was arowuea. mu can in one two uayh ir the II T7 1 hoSCSSfl I Bc VfiWi Here Ls u cyclone story for you. A doctor was very angry. iy did ' cyclone once picked tip a stniwstack, you not call me Mtouer t' Inisk moved it n mile and put it back, stntw od. "This n an is half de in w.'' on straw as it was. Another time, vn- roth. porizes t no voracious narrator, l saw a Next day the injured mai twister suck CO gallons of molasses out er waii at tho insurance o et with of a barrel in fnmt of a grocery fetoroia claim for Sil.fiOO. 'Yr ? not aud distribute it to every family iu entitled to anything on tl ,' said town that had a bucket out on tlio the agent, ''nntil the in an i (end '' Out in back porch for the milkman. 'i i Western Kansas I have known it to "Doctol say him half de blow V2 days ou a stretch uur hold a swered the brother, ''why let sheep up against tho barn until it starv- lot ImfT" ed to death. Troy Ono of tho (Jruu'H County Republicans! ihriiio- largest crowds that ever gathered iu The BEST OFFER Ever Made by a Newspaper! j nlourt. . Obion county assembled tit Crystal last Old People's Day. Sunday to celebrate Mayflold Mirror: Hverrll iy ex There was no preaching, but tho sinj;-it.MKli: PflKS KVKUV ibliMt wax led by Profs. Morris aud Enter- - pected a cut fight iu the ftf'fl . WUI'.K KOIl tlNUV sou, aim tlio elderly pootuo sattu irom can county convention M veo . ... v f. r VI1U IKMJK.H UIU KUU.I lllll nUUM VftlUV U.U.. tfirriny, bat t tl n llcpHltllo. ! Th knfrl wrk, Ptiiirmivti in 4 : to Htng 50 years no wlieu tlie 1ookh mid sport were sorely disHiipoii (I. Th " worlil. nntiilii tir new. tn lh pa bat four notes in them Tho dinner There was no wrangling, the Mudi-- I Mtaiiiii. ,i b f for was superb; there was oceans for everybody and a lot to spare. Tlio ancient Happy and the Mason fucli us 14 "4 o fu tvrty pk, A lisntf jHrnI of lh nrfr pi hospitality of tho Crystal peoplo was each held a convention iu he , Wm r at thr lirlih'Mi lii prinml II contnlnn wort lilgk.eloit J eminently sustained. same room of the court liinst ml plelure on I ct' u tilt rer i'r"jiir. In ny oldrr publieallna. '4.. ... ' .....I....... V. . ...,..l.. ... ....-- . l If a man takes a s.tck of wheat and everything went off as qniellj a .iar it .ri .fi,f, nn'i .r'l.'i vniriuiiir mi in-- irj",,i,'M M.....Im. ll.a In .J njr other Wii.ril iltili'i II an ordinary checker board aud sits him- a funeral. The Happy stilt iu wilh Ihi Ri. J lb MwitMip ! I)..l.mlr im self dowu, just for want of something structed the county for TijUrlfor , 4 !. N..V. . nlilln I...I . . in .Hi.t anri.ll j . better to do, and undertakes to put n Governor, and the Mason sideliu u ornt-- i io ,iici-- J of wheat on tho first Miuuro. two jcratu grains ou tho second, four ou tho third, structed for Judge Pratt. The . TUT. N. I.oulN, etc., how mauy graius would bo used contest between the two dttegn- sixty-fou- r square were tious will be settled in the Sifcte before all the filled? It does not seem possible, but it , Convention maiiicmatieiuii uas iiuren it out. at, 0,5'2:),ri71.C0U bushels, allowing ouo mil. lion grains to tho bushel, or as much LllKUGwilI be general approva wheat as the United States would pro- of the decision of the court of apyears. If you think the duce in 18,4-1statemeut is untrue, just take your pen- peals which relieves certain insurcil aud make a few figures. ance companies, doing InHiu'SsJin this state ol the charge of conspiracy Notwithstanding tho fact that stamps will not do for revenue and remits the lines impo-eupon stamps and revenue stamps for postage them by the lower courts. 7 there are a great tunny checks Lssued with pontage stumps upon them instead or reventto stamps. Ou theso tho Htamps D. 0. CoUou are lost as the department requires a suggests as a remedy for the mounreveuuo stamp onyway. This error Krew out of tho use of postage stamps tain feuds and for other troubles with tho letters I. It. printed upon that embarrass I he administration them by the government when they of justice iu the state that circuit were first issued. This was merely a expedient mude necessary for judges hold court in count , other temporary the time owing to the government fa- than those in which they are electcilities not being adequate to supply tho ed. demand for stamps. Do not uso post-agstamps ou checks and notes. e, selr-defens- A diflicultv took place Sunday night at Mark Williams' store, near Lyuu-vill- G. 1., Betftlett H JSMlaaliwlal. 4l t'c't. ICKMA2T HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. B A1TK :. e. johxkox, ....I Fancy Groceries and Provisions, Paid Up Capital $50,000.00 "t HTCKHIAN WAGON CO.. " n 4 i mi-p- HICKMAN, iCBNTIJCKY. . News-Banne- u - 1 1 einl-rrk- lr lt-6- ni ll ntprr $l.BO. .......... v i , tt" tit !. nl I - I ff . , 1 ii...nt. inl"kl .- - . . -- I post-ag- o d ie-- o The newspapers of a town arc remarked an exchange. It is here you see yourselves as others seo you. You smile on them und they smile back at you; you frown on them and are repuid in kind. If the town is doing business the newspapers will show it" in its advertising columns. If the merchants are .spiritless, shiftless fellows whose stores are jumbles of junk and jam, the newspapers will show it by the lack of space they take. If you want the world to know that you have a live town you can only let it be known through the newspaper. itfe looking-glasses, Saved A well-defined by u Cannon Shot. The Courier for Sale Tho Hickman Uol'kikk is ottered for "r . lCI'.l'imi.K, M. tornado passed sale ou reasonable, terms. The reason over Southern Oklahoma, recent for desiring to sell is, that tho owner ly.und would probably have blown having been engaged m its publication to away tho town of Hennossy had for near forty years, simply not a largo cannon been discharg- retiro from newspaper buiineis. The ed into tl. The cannon was dis- olllco is well appointed equal if not superior to most country olllces, and charged into the funnel-shapeit was within fifty tho paper is well established, as w evicloud when yards or more of the town. The denced by its long Hfo. Tlio business cloud immediately dissolved. is fair and healthy, but in no wise exThis was the second tornado tra remunerative only reasonnblo comwhioh has passed near Hennessey pensative for time ami money invested. out men this summer and been burst by Tliero aro many young for looking ami for safe bunnies, firing cannon. The citizens re- hero is a opportunities cluince. d The court of appeals has dechred the parole law, which has been in operative since the beginning of Gov. Brown's administration to bo Tho parole law constitutional. to the adoption of was passed prior ' the new constitution aud provides that the board of sinking hind com- missioned, consisting of governor, auditor, secretary of tho state, treasurer und attorney general, should have power to release a certain class of convicts under cor-taGov. stipulated conditions. Brown contended that a parole was a pardon with conditions, and that the sole power of pardon was vested, in the governor. in cently purchased four large guns and placed one in each quarter of roil uovKiiNoit: A man is hired to tho town. watch tho cannon aud when a P. WAT. HARDIN. torundo comes along ho Is to load Subject to the action of the Democratic and fire. In this way no tornado State Convention. can blow away the town, the assert. John 11. Hondes Farmers Free Column. is tho inventor of this scheme, ne has arrangod to put cannon Under this heading will hereafter bo around several other Western published notices not to exceed 0 Hues each, from farmers who are subscribtowns. pro-duct- When you go to Arkansas or Texas you can travel in comfort If you know how. Ask the ticket agent for a ticket via the COTTON llV.LT ROUTE and you can ride In a reclining chair car, without extra cost, and thus avoid the discomforts you would encounter In an ordinary car. The chairs arc arranged so you can have a comfortable seat during the day aud a good place to sleep at night. Each car Is supplied with a ladles' dressing room and a gentlemcn'i smoker. You will not have to bother about changing cars, for these cars run through from Memphis and Cairo to Texas without change. Direct connections arc made at Cotton Belt junctions with trains for nil parts of Texas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma and the far weit. I( you are tlilnklnirof taking a trip, write and tell ui where you are koIiii; and when yon will leave, and we will tell you how much your ticket will cot, what train to take io ai Io make the btit time ami connection, and anything cite we can that will help make our trip a comfortable one. An lutercatlm; little booklet. "A TRIP TO Tl'.XAS," will be mailed free to any nddreai. H. ADAfll, Traveling ranvcngcr Agent, CAIKO. n. V. UBEAUME, Cen'l IU.. Ui) l'aVr and Tkt. Agent ST. I.OUI8. MO. c55g a n 3J a A dr. - s. k. davfdson; h, rv( Fv remley, . T. O. Summers, of St. Louis, a man prominent in his proMILCH COWS FUJI SALE.""" fession and well known personally or by reputation to physicians in Threo good milch cows for k0. ApHickman, committed suicide in ply to 0. L, Uosk. St. Louis this week. Dr. SumSlock PiiHture. mers was one of the few survivors of yellow fover in an epidemic I have just opened a good pasture. Priug on your stock. at Momphis in 1878. S. A . WaWJ, . , --- Dr. ers, who have horses, mules, cows, seed, &c, for sale, free of charge. s, ig "n 8? 0 eot7 Z rr IT f? E m 3" qa :qi 1 5 g. IDoxxtist. IIIOKMAN, KENTUCKY Oflloo Attorney-at-Law- ft i Oflloo up ntulre, Holoombo Build- hiff. Tn 4 KENTUOEY. 2 2 H P1S a 5? w 6 ovor Oowgill & Cowgill's I HIOKMAN, i Drue Storo. Will practlco tn all (Jourts of the Btato, ,Hj, 8f ' y r"