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Cairo, 111., is to havo another Street rair, beginning Oct. JO. Mm. H. N.' Cowgill and chililrcn are visiting in Nashville. Misses Nellie and Louise Rogers are visiting in Union City. The Misses McClellau, of Cayce, are Visiting relatives injowu. Miss Mary Anderson spent sover.il dayH in Fulton this week HICKMAN, T, 1800. VOL, XXXIV, NO. 33. .S? immmmwmmmntwmmmmmmwmwmmmmfflis ov. khaim:y Loo Its for a Hit; Kow a Riorapliy of Democratic Nominee. Senator Qoobol was born in county, Pont)., about forty Hal-llvnii B & fe I. Ellisons jr r f IT x & & & & B r OFFER THIS WEEK VV."" , - 1 l Summer Lawns at 2jc. Silk Mousseline De.Soie, - .- a'cnrs ago. Ho is unmarried, ami appears to ho not more than thiryears of age. A dispatch from Lcxlugtou says: ty fivo or thirty-siGov. Bradley and a number of friends When a mere boy he moved with were chatting in tno parlor of the Phoe- his father, mother and brothers to nix hotel Sunday nfternoou. Tho past Covington, Ky., which has been Democratic Stato Convention nt Louis- his home ever Binct. After receiving a good educaville was being criticised. "Hold on," said tho Governor, ''Don't you fellows tion through hin own energies he be too lavish in yonr remarks. Wo Re- made tho friendship of Gov. John x llio ficxiiiglnii ;oiiycii- lioii, mid cfcut In November. . Miss Mildred City, ' U Sold uarly in Mention at Lockheart, of Union visiting Miss Lelie Shaw. ChalHeS, All-Wo- ol v121c. were 20c; now Chalfies, Wore 8c. 1 4 CO;!, Now 25 and 40c. ' '4 ' ' 4 worth oOc,at 25c. ' Nainsook Checks, , in 'Remnants, '6c. Silk Waists, S3.50 quality; now $2.75.,. Misses Mario Brovard, Mabel Goal-ile- r and Lou Barry visited Fultou this week. Mr. and Mrs. Juo. Ileluer, of Knox-villare guests of Mr. II. M. Isler's family. Mr. Cue Threlkeld haH churgo of the Rico fc Nay I or hIiou Htore ut Cayco, thLs week. Misses Nell and Myra Brown, of Columbus, Ky are the guests of Miss Mario Brevard Misses Anna and Mary Boyd, of Muyfield, were tho guents of Mra. J. B. Heeves this week. Deo Autburg, who haH been attond-ini- ; c, N'liool at St. S.it unlay la.it. Louis,, returnetl home & & French Organdies reduced from 20c to 15c. Fancy Suitings at 8c; L. P. were-.10c. V. S. ELLISON. m thi ifiUte uiUiiUiuiuiuuauaiuuuai'iuuuuuuuiiiuiuuuaau, auoAU Kino Havkmkykii I OLIVER. afford tn toll trutli about trunlH cnu FOK MALKi llio iw tiint he 1ms inmle etioHsU inou KK4., Whlto Cochin Baiitumx, chlekci Apply UYARKRN O. Win. JrUryun delivered throo speeches in Georgia, in all of which no denounced the trust evil. DESPONDENT TOUXU WIFE. George Gliwer, who has been employed in St. Louis several 'months, has Killed Herself llecnnse Her Husband rotnrued to Hickman. Did Not Write to Her. j Hickman colored folks nro arrung- ng for a big barbecuo at Kirk tf I'urK, LouiHViLLKf Ky., July 1. During a ii.st Ulckmau, Aug. btli. fit of desjKmdency, because she had not The protracted mectiug at tho Hick- heard from her husband, who has just Imau Baptist Church attracts largo i, and much interna maui-ifvstei- l. became connected with a St. Louis Mrs. Minuio Aston, a pretty young Missis Estolla and Mav Hoflev. who woman, committed suicide hero to K havo lieen visiting fricmlsin Dyerslmrg, night. She fired a pistol ball through LTeuu., forjjavenu weeks, have retuni- - her brain. tsj home. Mrs. Aston had been despondent for coil-een- publicans are goinj; to hold a State Convention liere, beginning July 12th, and from the present outlook tluro will be jus, as much, if not more, cain raised hero man tnerowas at are two ways that trouble can bo averted, however. One is for Stone and Pratt to let Taylor havo the nomination by acclamation, ana tno otner is xor an thireo or tnem to witnuraw ana ngroe upon some one eiso, neitner 01 wnicn Is probable. There will be 1,000 delegates to that convention with any number of contests, "Taylor claims to have 1500 nioro votes than is necessary for Ills plection. The Stone and tho Pratt people claim that ho hasn't and they aro going to try to provo It. So t here is the basis for a very warm session. I am not making any but I do want to say predictions that I don't bcliovo them Is a Republican who can laud an otlico iu Kentucky with George Todd and his crowd opposed to him. I may add that Mr. Todd and his Louisville friends aro against Mr. Taylor in this instance." to-da- W. to his law office. In a few yesrB ho had shown such ability that Gov. Stephenson took "bin as a law partner. Upon Gov. Stephenson's death, Mr. Goe'bel was made his executor without bond, and be Btill holds bts large estate in Stephenson who took kin in- ifrr-Tl- m Iuteruational hUhh i&i! Kiuiavorjii now lu convention hwwIou of several days because she had not received a letter from her husband, bnt Drat Jiarrn: ing at a target at the homo of her sis ter, JIrs. Frank Weber, on Kast Jacob street, this city Sho then said thatsho would co to her room and rest awhile. Sho repaired to her chamber, and in a few minutes a pistol shot wa beam. An investigation showed that Mrs. Aston had shot herself through the head and that death had resulted instantly. Her husband, J. O. Aston, is a drummer. Ho recently accepted tho position of Konoral Western representative of tho Wrought Iron Range Company of St. Louis, where he went to establish headquarters. Sineo then his wife had not heard from him, and his seeming negligenco preyed upon her well-know- Seuator Goebel's ability bb a lawyer attracted the attention of John G. Carlisle, and for several years Mr. Goebel was the partner of this greatest of Kentucky law yers. Twelve years ago Mr. Goebel wB elected to the State Senate to represent Kenton oeuntv.; He hits served continuously as such eyer since that tine, and is now a holdover Senator. In the event of his election aB Governor, which is belioved to be a certainty, he will resign as Senator. That is the only public office be ever held; except that he was a member of the Constitutional Convention, where he served with nark ed ability. Ho was a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals in the district now represented by Judge Faynter, and it was he who finally threw the nomination to Judge Pavnter. Finnunially the election of Senator Uoobel will be a personal sacrifice. He has a law practice nrliinli nana l.lm o !...( AOR OlkV vear, and by hard work, economy and tho exercise of his marked local abi THEIR DEMAND IS PLAIK. 'rust. ..? Mobile And Ohio rWmifUvr-rH- i He mmmrn ii iiim. Atteutiou ifi called' to tho bank noon & Kversol announce that tli it itemeutH unblished in this issue. TJioy wtrn J on wnni Advprni' leuislatlon will not ilrlvn TIIIAI. 140 ami luiulll'Liiilhlnj ilmi. r rri.i1r In t ho NUpir Uufi to tlio poor honnp. t am in the market to buy wheat, a id citem a lioumimic couaitiou. Hickman.tho business prosperity of will pay tho highest market price, in 'tion, Ac llnrtioinir rprcnlly I any omiutity, small or largo lots. lo ki.p full llnr of I Tho Fulton Leader published that Farmers Froe Column. Hokn & EvKiisor Jam Tyler's t uirl was in low u on t la Ith, and nmm than a dozen visit iu; s Goods Under this heading will hereafter le , yinjrhidiit. uuiIcrtool tho reference. miliHuliitfl mil lii'tf lint In iiffi4l fl litiist ! -- Admiral Schley rremembercd Hob-kgHolbl IlUek omdi. fnim farmers who ant subcrib-Common. llosuwool, Wftlnni Cotllnt nd Ciin, wlilrh cn l pru-- ! A RELIABLE, ENERGETIC BUSINESS Ml at an ovation tendered him the ers, wlio have hornes, mule, cows, d ml t other day. Muuy ladies to kiss TO IlKPRESENT TUB fiMtil up In liort uoikr, UllUlK, seen, ive., lorNiie, irro uj unurfji". mil. prliT. ilir u hu but" he courteou-il- waived them Penn Mutual Life Insurance aside. 0Q- - Hhop nrr tlie Jail. MILCH LOWS FOK SALE. er rhii4eiiu. Tho Hanibrick Republicans of Liberal eenlract. Aildrwi with reference. Three g(Hxl milch cows for sale. ApLouisville swear that they will beat Ceo'l Uaoaf r, Clodnnatl, O. L. RoK. J. W. IBKDKLL. Jr.. ply to Taylor, should ho bo tho Republican l uomiuee, if they have to vote for to do it. Wo hear of somo wheat yield as hi(,h as 20 bushels, but more at from 8 to 10 Corn has been sulferiiiR for rain, anil only timely showers can prevent that crop bciup; short. Wo havo dooidod to remain in tlio JKWKMtY BUSINESS and THE POPULAR LINK FOIl , According to "V. O. Owens, Mr. Hill luwe inatle large additions of tho Owens is tho onlv really virtuous democrat left in tho kentucky jiot, and ho Kn 8t.Loul,Clilero, St. projioses to prove this by voting tho Del roll, Toltilo, and ll polnl in Cllj. Republican ticket .straight ! jnOKMAX, A ! 'Y .- ; Gens. FllllHtOll--- Ix-s- Undertaker' 1 WANTED a n wi-he- y I Goo-be- mind. Railroad. The New, Reliable Jewelry Store. Norili, MonlomiTj, Tliomi lllf, AiUnl. Autcml. Clurlfaton, Mobile, Cliatlftnooxa, Kil and Wfi, Cairo, IJI New i, NEWEST AND LATEST NOVELTIES rtntnjr lin.ni. Nnli-lll- e, JackooIII, Tuiia, and nil Hilut Port Taml. pa, Miami, In lite .Siulh-fai- to tho Meyer's stock. The O.issity Handle Factory, in Willi the Larjn'st JStook, the Lowest I'riceK, anil an absolute muir- - Vest Hickman, Ls now in active otera-tionew industry employs unlcc tluit all goods will be exactly us represented, we ask our custom- numberThLs hands, and will provo a val- a of us tlieir patronage. ers to give uable addition to our business interests. n. Klruui Veailbuled Flrt Claxa Cnacle wllh mokliiK room, and comjilela toilet room and laealorlea for ladlea and lUion. Porter In ailendauee charged wlili the conforl of Die aaiengen. AIo VeallbuU'l Palace Sleeping Can wllh Drawing Koom and Iliifat between Hi LonU nd Mobile, Wilson's Book and Jewelry Store. The Biggesl,! The Cheapest! Tho Best! against tho peace and dignity of tho hog law, Wednesday night broke open tho City Pound, unit too'.: or turned out therefrom, certain hogs therein held by tho authorities. Some rebolious person or persons, Tho trade edition of the Fultou Leader is a splendid specimen ot typographic art, and Ls iu every respect creditable to the enterprising publisher and to the live, nourishing city of Fultou. Senators Blackburn and Goobel failed to put in an appearance at Fulton on the Ith, but wroto letters of explanation. Charles Wheeler, Sam t'ross-lauHal. Corbett and Judge Robbius were tho orators. X. is still in politics Tho L. whilst Senator Goebel is a candidate, so says President Smith of that road. Ho says tho road is neither a democrat nor a republican, but asserts tho right to look after its own interest. Fulton Leader: Attorney Romloy, feelof Hickinaii, is in tho city ing around in tho interest of his candidacy for tho legislature. Mr Remloy Gen. MileB is the commanding general of tho United States army. General King has bat just returned from active service in the operations around Manila, Gens. Lawton, Miller, and Funston are still at the front in the Philippines and are necossnrily familiar with the requirements of the situ ation. Gen. Otis Is in command in those islands, but his view as to toe absence ot necessity for ro'itiforcemontB is said to ho haa- ed ou thu President's disinclina tion to issue n call for volnnteers if sucli action may be avoided. ARE THEY WORTH IT I in tho American force mast be niiule it' order is to be established Mini mnintnlued in the Philippines, the opinion that a largo increase Mill v Miles, Lawton, Miller, Klntr. nrft iinifnrt In -. ..- a, Nw H' ornery, General Tlinnimville TralTiO and Jnckaonvillo, trlfan, Mont J. T. I'OK. Mobile. Ala B. K POSKY, (leneral Paeienger Areut. ,Unftr, $ HOT WEATHER GOODS! 8 WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED NICW YOU LINE GET MORE COUIUER In ha JOURNAL than In any other publlifaed both Id quality and TWIOE-A-WEEpa-p- White White Shirt Waists, , quantity. 104 Papers One Year For 50 Cents, COURIKIWOUlt The qul of many dalllen, and NAL lath tba aupirlor of ll oilier papers. It prints mors rsal news, more .cood olaa lualler, mors good stories, than any other. good WadnenUy ' SatunUy. A oonmlsalon to sgsnU. Sample copies tree Write, to od application. TWICB-A-WKEK The very Goods to inuko yon comfortable during tho HOT WEATHER. Sailors, the Latest, Organdies, Lawns, Dotted Swiss, Etc. BAL TZBR & and Mr. Tlios. Dillon, juries, Sho was driving in her buggy, dropped tho reins, when tho horse took triglit and ran. General sympathy is felt for tho unfortunate lady. At the annual meeting of tho Trustees of Hickman College Thursday, Dr. J. M. Hubbard and J. A. Thompson, new members were qualified. Mr. H. Amberg, elected, declined to qualify, and Mr. Jho. V. Cowgill was elected to Mr. Juo. W. Cow-gitill tho vacancy. was elected Chairman of tho Hoard bv the unanimous vote of tho Trustees, ll That nu American uolioy of imperialism and, conquest in the Far East lo likely to roach mi appall ing cost financially, ns well ns in its inevitable sacrifice of American blood and principle, is indiin the official Treasury figis among the younger element of Dem- cated ocracy, and will draw a strong follow- ures showing that tho effort to ing. and maintain order in tho Mrs. Albert Roper, of this county, Philippines has boon oontinaed received painful and perhaps serious in- thus far at nn averago daily exTuesday, in a runaway accident. to-dare-sto- t penditure of 8800,000. It will bo well for the people of the United States to ponder a bit over this exhibit. Judging from tho characteristics already displayed by the savage Filipino tribes now in revolt against American authority, an American policy of permanent occupation of tba Philippines bidB jr., Sec-rotar- BQDDS. PHOTO BUTTON TICKET with euoli purchase of $1.00 or more. fc COURIER-JOURNA- L CO,, LOUISVILLE, KY. fa-- .. ,. J tw- followers. With a big Dr. A. M. Jopliu, representing tho standing army thus necessitated, J. M. mid A. O. Johnston Optical Co., a tremendous transport aervloe, a will bo with mo ou tho l,th of tho mouth, uud thosu finding it difficult to VHBt soope of hospital work, the obtain glares to suit tlieir oyes would cost of holding the Philippine! 1 o d by calllug on him promises to reach a financial vol e bo b e that day ami having lnui lit them a pair ume staggering te the average of spectacles. Dr. Jopliu has been with American. ns before Ho fitted soveral pair of specAre the American people will tacles all of which aro giving ontiro W. M. Raxdle. tug to poy tho price demanded for satisfaction. a dear repudiaTwo eminently respectable citizens tho Philippines of Hickman, on a ilshlug spreo bent, on tion of American priuolple and Wednesday, seized and appropriated to tradition, a ghastly tribute of their own use, without tho knowledge American blood, an outpouring of or consent of tho real owner, ono cer- many millions of dollars of Amertain delivery wagon. The property was found in their possession, and tho older ican money! A frantio waving of of tho two, it Ls said, disputed the truo Old Glory by selfishly ambitious ownership, insisting that it belonged to hands will not fittingly answer this another. In law this would excite sus- question, American faith and picion. In deference to tho high stand- American interest mast figure in citizens, tho Courier ing of tho two tho answer. withholds further expression. 11 11 1 about an almost endless war along tho sumo evasive guerrilla lines now marking the taotioa of Agal-naldo- fair to bring 'a Af. tA ' The Hickman Courier FLOOD IN TEXAS.ICUBANS threaten reTct. GEORGE WAHKES, Publisher. CARS COLLIDE. A PEACE REIGNS IN SAMOA. Cntrrnor Appointed Subject to Any of Claims fur the 1 real? Tonera-Ma- nr Damage filed. -- )rVA7 All the TU4- - Unlesi the Many Acres YVns UICKMAN. KENTUCKY of Corn mid Cotton Nlln are uorern Themselves Thejr "WIiIcJj (llren it as Ther ,Wt Vto pra- - Will ltebel. "Lititl lty" Under Witter. - 1 S Ilaahln- JULY Sun. 1899. Sat. J i Hon. Tub. Wed, Thur. Frl. Water tlrrdu of Drnit Home nml Cattle at the .Mim th of the llrasot Klver, mini Are Montlnc Out tn the (lulf. - July I A high the United States army of occupV1" Are Aceuniiilatlnc linn in uiba contributes to the Jujy!ii bcr of Nkw Yoiik, I. Two Persons Killed, FIvo Seriously Does the jj Austix, Tex., July 3. Reports from the Brazos bottoms Sunday reveal a deplorable condition. The waters ar still very high but are slowly reced lug and it is believed that the worst li over In that particular section of tin state. Tho Intcrnutiinnl & Great Northern railroad Sunday moruinj: started out a large wrecking force tc work in the water between hero ant. lleurnu to replace the track one bridges and they announce th.it they expect to have a trait operating by Monday at the latest They have several bridges to be replaced and much of their track hat been under water. Tho Houston & Texas Central do not expect to gel their trains running for six days yet. Their track is four feet under watci for much of Its way from llearnc down, and, as they have had a number ol bridges washed away and can not gel at the creeks to replace them owing to the raging torrcnti, they will of neces sity have to wait until the waters suby 3 4 5 13 7 -- 2 ? 3 J6 J7 41 lo 18 19 J4 15 J if f I !F 20 21; 22 ? . I li. If- H. II. Smith, Seriously Injured: E tailor, of Wyllo avenue, Pittsburgh. It 3;ou h,urt internally; Mrs. Anna LawK-r- . TTxTTTif:riFT5f5rTJFf Logan street, Pittsburgh, back badly crushed; Miss Jennie Cosby, Columbus, 0., visiting atlli Logan street, arm and CURRENT TOPICS. side Crushed; Al Report, ISO Spring New Yoiik hns a office Garden avenue, Allegheny, cut about uulldlnf,-throat and injured internally; Miss Enolaxd's stock of coal will last two Armstrong, right leg broUeu; Mrs. centuries. Mildlcr, of 1003 Viceroy street, WashSiiiiKVKroirr, Ala., is to have a 0 ington, badly bruised, and ten others cotton mill. whose names could not bo learned, Fkaxck has 600,000 places in which were more or less hurl. wines are sold. The accident happened on a steep Axotuku spinning mill for Anderson, grade near High Bridge. The two can S. C, is now assured. in collision were heavily loaded with London is to have a school of instrucpassengers returning homo from Ken tion for wireless telegraphy. side. Gk.w Wood says the death rate in nywood park. Tho estimated damage to the coun-trSantiago is now less than in PhilaMotorman Gri filth stopped his car tributary to the Brazos valley ol delphia. near the bottom of the lull to get a 54,000,000 is none too high as reporti e A Hai.timoiie man is trying to drink of water at a spring near by. He received Sunday and Sunday night 150 of the Ifirgest clothing estabhad hardly left his oar when tho elecmerely confirm the tale of lois ami lishments in the United States. tric current for some reason as yet unSojik industrious individual has as- suffering reported Saturday. It is not explained was shut off, leaving the oar believed that the loss of life will b certained that most of the great men in darkness. Motormau Kirkland, with any where near as largo as reported of the world hnvc had blue eyes. his car, followed shortly afterward, A countkkfkit presentment of Rud- - and will be principally anong the Neand. as the foremost oar was In darkyard Kipling can now be seen at Mine. groes. Tussaud's wax works in London. Reports from along the bottoms state ness H could not bo seen until too late Tiik city of Pckin has only ono that hundreds of people havo been resto check tho speed. Tho rear car street lamp, and that is in the street cued during tho past two days by crashed into the other with terrillc where foreign ambassadors reside. force, almost telescoping it. the wpntMitis. means of improvised rafts and that in l.V Cuba women arc now able to dine Mr. Opsion was standing on the rea r Mntnafa's party alto asked If they each case of known drowning some pledge.'" alone in restaurants a thing that was party has indiscreetly upset n raft THE BRAZOS RIVER BOTTfci platform of the first our and received could bo represented by nttornoys benever possible under the old regime. Both of fore tho commission, hut their request the full force of the after getting on it, with tho result n Tiik production of soap in Great his legs were cut off and hU skull was decituod. f Klrh Tunning is about 45,000 tons per week, of that tho entire load was thrown into Fully l.ild.i Mile la llmlrr Writer a the Keault After tho Mnliafa men had turned crushed. He llvud but a short time. which between 3,000 and 4,000 are made me raging torrents. in tins way llruvy six of the 12 persons known to huvc in London. Kirkland was badly mangled, hit in l.bOO rifles nud the Tanu MipKrters for Three Thk Mexican government intends to been drowned met their fate. li'.id and body being crushed. He 2.000 more, Tanu was Invited on toard Al'RTix, Tex., July of make experiments to see if the quality lived about an hour. Tho rushing waters are rapidly acthe Badger. There ho was informed of canned poods can bo determined by cumulating hundreds of dead horses heavy rains during the past three mm The scene of the accident Is a consid- that the commissioner supported the along the Brazos river bottoms thrt :h the use of erable distance from the city, and it decision f Chief Justice Chambers, and Judgk Jonas KiiooKS. of McPhcrson, and cattle at the mouth of tho Brazos. the central portion of the state wan some tunc before proper medical that Tnnn had Wen king of Samoa Reports from there Sunday arc t a the Kan., adjourned his court at noon the aloug tho valleys of the Gaiidalupt' other day and then walked seven miles effect that they arc floating out Into a lower Colorado rivers in tho so t. assistance could be rendered the in- ever since the decision had been rengulf there by the hundreds and many jured. In the meantime great excite- dered. Tanu said that ho was to attend a circus. western portion of tho state, I i A XKW word applied to Americans is hundreds arc stranded in tho eddici Many ladies and willing to do anything for the good of ment prevailed. 1.000 miles of rich farming land : "quinophagist," indicating that they along tho lowlands adjacent. Samoa, and at the request of the comchildren were among the passenger m tinned under water Friday nlgl WArl. consume more quinine than any other There were very heavy rains again many and their cries and shriek were ap- - missioners resigned hU kingship to of tho railroads ore eff ' L. 11 tn C,llir,Ur,l?'"l'-'',dilJ,Vli,- r people in the world. tth;in.-jriiojcoHind Ion Uflnow' on. Sunday to the south and west of here, a.. i, . JThb mainsail of tVi.c new boat to rej. and tho rivers in that section "lire blocUmtotjljyjtilirhyatnr received soine'Kiiiu 01 an injury, gaged in writing Its report, alto the iigresentthe United States in tho coming booming Sunday night, but no fatali roads. Z4W ut those mentioned above arc believed abolition of the ollicc of president. cup contest will contain over 7,000 The Hr.i7os has Wen on a loen iC to be all who are hurt in any way seri- Apia, a municipality, is to bogoTcrned ties havo been reported. There was square feet of canvas. Tuesday morning, and has bce m by its council and a mayor. This will ously. Ix memory of the Poet Cowper a new no additional rainfall reported along rapidly all aloug. Reports !cec relievo the municipality nf an olllcial museum, librarv and town hall is to be the Brazos, however, and It is hoped Friday night stato that the comtlr R0LLINGER WAS CONVICTED. drawing a salary of ift.OUQ a year, and that tho worst is over there, Hood, Robertson. Brazos, Wasunp'4n, erected at Olncy, in Buckinghamshire, who has in the past only been a source though it will take a week for' the at a cost of about 815,000. lie Waa Charged H Ith Mnrderlng anil Harris and McLennan are all rwcp; of friction in Apln. M118. Gkoiiok Goui.ii's children have waters to recede. lo Crrinale UU Wife Mofloods. These counties roiujrlsc rtie The judicial und dlplnmntlo funca head nurse, two assistants, two govtion for a er Trial Made. tery center of the big farmiig ioJer-tions of the consuls will be greatly reernesses two grooms and two footboys NO STRIKE AT HOMESTEAD. ests of the state. Several upum to minister to their wants. Chicago, July a. The jury In the stricted, and the commissioners reeog-nir.the fact that tho supreme court Scikxtists say that the whole human it Did Not Tale I'lace on Saturday, Hul acres of land arc submerged and cops case of Michael Html Rolliugcr, the are ruined. The valleys of tin Guila-lup- Milwaukee avenuo restaurant keeper, and one law is sutllclent for tho needs the Men Are In an Ucly Mood body is full of microbes, and that a A Conference. and lower Colorado rivcrt.art'ln who Is charged with murdering and of Samoa. Revenue will be raised by person is healthy as long as the microbes are tn good condition. the same condition. attempting to cremate his wife by indirect taxation, by menus of inPitt8iiuiioh, Pa., July a. The reA clock is being constructed for a Reports from every section of the placing her lody In a closet n'nd then creased customs dtitlok, and the pol'. ported strike at tho Homestead steel state show that tho Liverpool street station in London. to railroada tnx will be abolished. The interior of its case could allow works of tho Carnegio company has hate been enormous. The San Antonio setting fire to tho house, brought in The license and tax rate of Apln will The verdict scaled verdict Saturday. not taken place as yet, but tho men iive persons to dine comfortably. Arkansas Pass has had 100 John Mii.tox, of Gardiner, Me., has a are much worked up over the discharge its ttaek washed away and notmild of found Bollinger guilty as charged, ami remain as formerly under tho treaty. a cow that can three times a of the members of the amalgamated is moving on the Yoakum dlvino-trim recommended that tho death penalty The supreme court will remain ns uu of bo indicted. This was Roilmgcr's sec- der the treaty. s committee, who waited upon Superinday. She recently gave in three that road. The Gulf. West Tcxa & ond trial, the jury in the first case havin one day S4J.; quarts of milk. An administrator or governor will tendent Corey Friday and demanded Tiik Japanese arc taking to cig- the return of the IS men dismissed re- Pacific, and the New Vork. Teta A ing failed to agree. be appointed who will be subject of Mexican -- re both practically tied up, arettes very kindly. More than S2S5,- cently for joining The verdict was reached late Friday any of the treat- - powers. lie is to be tho association. something likcSOmilesnf tr.irli 000 worth were sent to Japan from niirarh night after a heated argument of assisted by a legislative council o, Thr ats of a strike arc heard 011 all road being washed out by the ra us. the United States alone last year. two hours, three It may not be generally known that eldcs, but the plant was In full opera- These line have also lost several .argo aboutstanding tonthe jury during that of the to be appointed by each of three powers. for conviction nud time original idea of the Chinaman's tion Saturday, and all the men were bridges. the This council will legislate for the two for acquittal. pigtail was that it formed a convenient at work save tho 24 men who were disCAPT. DREYFUS IN FRANCE. Tho prisoner received the verdict Samonns and will bo aided by a smalt handle by which one day he would be charged. lifted up to paradise. with apparent indifference. The usual body of representative Samoaiis The A meeting of the Homestead work iie children of the blackest Afri- crs was in session until an early hour tie Wat Confejnl from (Jtillioron lo Hrm motions for a now trial were made, and governor will have the jKiwer of veto by I rain. Where He Cnlrreil a ,a. cans are born whitish. In a month Saturday morning and a conference pending their hearing scuteuco was over all proposed laws Chief Just.c they become pale yellow; in a year, Uu -- ml WaiTa-r- ii to Umiii. Chambers wishes to resign his position deferred. with Superintendent Corey was held brown; at four, dirty black, and at six and ruturn to the United States lnitnn 0 o'clock Saturday, but the closest at Rkxxks, France, July I)roV. DISORDERS IN BARCELONA. or seven, glossy black. the request of tho commissioners he Next to the seamen of the United secrecy was maintained by both sides. fus landed at Qulborou and was A short time later Corey left the works by train to Brnz. i Icllotm-ictStates, British seamen get higher Mob AtlarU Monk, Clote the Minpt, Stune has decided to remain. Many claims have been lodged at wages and better fare, and more com- for Pittsburgh to consult with the off- from Kennes. There he entered and Cathedral. Seier-- I Churrhc the different consulates for damages fortable conditions of employment icials of the company. the Jtoiilt Content. accompanied by the chief nf i,. to property during the past few than do seamen of any other country. PiTTSHL'itoii. July 3. The strike at tectives and of the prefect department, Madiiiii, July 3. The disorders In months. Paimsiax barbers are legally com- the Homestead plant of the Carnegio and wan orlven to Rcnnes, While not empowered to where 25 pel cd to wash their hands afier at- Co., which was expected to assume gendarmes Barcelona were renewed after the bull take any action on those claims, the awaited his entrance into tending a customer and before waiting fight. Sunday a crowd attacked commissioners agreed that real hardon another. They must use, also, only largo proportions Sunday night did the town. Ten of tho gendarmes en- party of monks who recently returned ships had been suffered, and It is unnot materialize in a degree appreciable tered a wagon and followed the carcombs, riage. Tho rest followed on foot, lite from tho Philippines. The police res- derstood that tho commission will recTiik Paris, correspondent of the Dally to the uuitiatcd. Both sides claim to be satisfied tho party arrived at the prison without i0. cued the monks with some dilllculty. ommend thnt tho three powers each Telegraph says that the war ollicc, in Tho mob then paraded tho streets, pay tho losses caused to its own subpaying Dreyfus his arrears of salary, company, because it feels assured that cident. A large crowd assembled and will deduct 1,593 francs for "lodging the attempted strike is a failure; the witnessed the arrival in silence and closing the shops and stoning the jects cathedral, several churches and the expense at one franc a day,'' his lodg- association, because it has gained many without manifestation. The Near I'emale Labor Law, Jesuit convent, as well as the street ing being a cell on Devil's" island. new members and expects to secure Lincoln, Neb., July 1. Nebraska'n The it Saengerfett. railway cars. Tho gendarmes vterc Or 1,000 cases of hydrophobia in many more during tho Fourth of July new female labor law went into effect Cixcixxati, July 1. Tho National powerless to restore order. Paris in a year only six were fatal. holiday. Saturday. It limits tho hours for laSacngerbund met Friday In .North Before the Pasteur treatment was Son ami Money Mixing. The Negro Miner Leave I'ana, III. bor of grown women iu mercantile, hall, praised the local commit. Turner adopted the number of deaths would Wahhixotox, C. H.. O., July a Clar- tee for Its excellent work and selected Paxa, 111., July 3. Tho last of the manufacturing and mechanical purhave been, In the same number of ence Parrott is missing. His mother, Buffalo, N. Y by a unanimous colony of fully 1,000 persons suits, hotels and rcstiiurants to 00 cases, 147. vote, Negro Almost every nation, with the excep- who is confined to bed with fever, had for the next sacngerfest, In 1001. a brought hero by the operators during hours a week and ten n day. The lattion of Great Britain and the United S100 under her pillow. Young Parrot radical chango in the the past ten mouths to supplnnt union ter requirement will compel radical States, is overtaxed to meet the' expen- made tho bed for her Saturday morn- be made, taking tho constitution will men depurted Saturday night on tick- change In tho rules of tho lnrgu demanagement of ses of maintaining its army and navy. ing. Two hours later Mrs. Parrott ets furnished them by Gov. Tanner. partment stores of tho cities, where the future fests out of tho hands Prance runs behind to the amount of missed the money and Clarence cn local committees and vesting it of All mines arc silent and the operators many females nro employed, but outIn 8100,000.000, Austria has an annual deEfforts aro being the hands of a board of 15 chosen the pits havo been c'.oscd side of these there will bo few innovaficit of SSO.000,000. Russia of 550,000,000 not be found t claim that made to locate nim by Chief Mayo. indefinitely tions. large. und Italy of 530,000,000. A jiixku returning from tho KlonA Desperate Suicide. Long Trl) for Little Ulrl. Operator llelil Dp. "IIow'h tho ticnit fishing up In thnt dike country reports that there are Attica, Ind., July 3. Irene Painter, Phixci'.tox, Ind., July .'J. George W. Ckdaii RAriDH,Ia.,July 1. At t o'clock stream of yours'.'" nuked the Detroit :?,000 penniless men at Dawson beg0 years of age, who has been making Saturday mornlug throe men in a King, temporarily insane, cut his own NporlKiimii of the tnnn from Hie northging for assistance to get up the her homo with her uncle, George buggy drove up to the throat with a razor. Ho sharpened ern part of tho state. "Well," eiiine the river. Painter, has started for a trip to New- depot at Dewltt, held up Northwestern the razor at his own homo and took It answer, slowly, "I've tnndc rough en!IIortTox, of Kansas, can the operator trace his ancestry back Jo Robert Do ark, N. J., where sho will meet Her at the points of revolvers, blew open to a grocery storo with him, where he dilution, nud find that every trout ho was going to father, Joseph Painter. Irene makes grocer Ilorton, n knight who distinguished the safe, and escaped with 100. No told tho suicide. that made a murderous caught there In the hist flic years lu:s He himself in tho armies of IMward III., the trip alone. Sho has not seen her clow. "'."l ten dollars. And I only figure one commit of Kngliiid. father for five years ai.d In order that attack on tho grocer, who attempted dollar tiny for labor." Detroit Sut Tiiumab O'Coxxon Mooue, bart., he may recognlzo her when she reaches Dmiitlil Terrier Ilnngcil, to prevent htm,, driving the grocer from Press. has been ejected from the one room he Newark, she will wear a blue ribbon Vaxcouvuit, B. C, July 1. Donald tho storo and holding at hay all who Tommy "Sny, pn, what' do people occupied with his family in Cork be- attached to her loft shoulder. Sho will Perrier was hanged at Westminster tried to enter until ho had gashed his want to take vncntlnn every sitniintr cause ho wan unable to pay tho rent of also have a card fastened to her upon 'Friday forthe murder of Jennie Andcr throat several times nud fell from ex- for?" II Ih Father "To upepd what Ho iu the eloventh 25 cents a week. ne met death haustion. He has little chunco of re money they hnvc saved during tho vlu holder of a title which date; back tc uhlchwill bo tho street und number ion last Norember. I tcr'-Ogame!-- ". of her destination. covery. Stale Journal. 1D81. . s S250,-00com-binltri-(aiImp-net- . ll-lim fc 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 the North American Revv on tho Cuban sltuntiot. .vlll create a profound lmprcs tills country. After quoting our solemn "the United States hereby dl any disposition or Intention else sovereignty, jurisdiction trol over said Island except paclflratlon thereof, and asserts teriuiuutton when that Is nccoi rd lo leave the government control of tho Island to the p ho gors on to make a startll A sentment of facts, of which thtBcre the most significant: "Thcro can bo no doubt th 10 pacification' of the Island is n W 0 complishcd. City for city, tho IpO of Cuba are more peaceful and ojtlfj' than those of the United !m-There never was a more docile, q.t people. All the reports of 'b: are zealously forwarded to the llbifd States and half of them aro lies "Tho Cubans can and will give hn- selves as good n government afhrt tho petty republics of South anf C tral America. They aro lnipatieit 0 undertake the management of fcr own affairs, "Tho irritation of the Cubans a; 1ft. the Americans and American mi trr rule is dally Increasing, and will Itably presently tlnd vent In a re i . 'IV.i unii on. 10 ueiay evacia,t:a means "a struggle with a tremefc i problem under disheartening tions trying to help this people face of daily increasing oppositi gratitude, Irritation, suspleioi means a postponement of the s mcuioi problems connected wit t material prosperity of tho islam! means a failure to fulfill a u saccts aepenas. unthts i tr. Aha, Samoa, Juno 10,- - (via San Fran- t The Hood it ihn qiutity txst friend the he Art ha. now t Hood's S.usjpAritU is the best friend the The Itrnr Car Crashed Into Oie Othri cisco, July 1.) Peace nml quiet blood ever !udi cleanses it of everything, reign in Samoa iu uuirked contrast to With 'lurrlllo 1 orrr, Aliiul Trlvirop. I gives perfect health and strength. Ing It Injured and Ton Hurt norl.idm(rs " $t.y(ng Easiness' lint rurrinip.t Car a III On Ing tn llainitged Current. PiTTSltt'iinii, Pa., July a As a. result of a street car collision Sunday night on tho road of the Mouongahelu Traction Ct two people are dead, II e surlously Injured and teu others in re or less hurt. Tho dead: 0. C. Opsion, of 411 Ftiendship avenue, this city; V. 11. Kirkland, motorman, of Brad-doc- tho warlike scenes of two months "go. The arrival of tho auxiliary cruiser Badger May IS, with tho international commission 011 board, caused a distinct chango In affairs here. Tho commission ' lost no time, but went to work immediately, electing Mr. Tripp chair-itin- n S lieu. Tho and Mr. Morgan secretary. A duck which Imd faithfully stuck toUisl-commissioner held Interviews first several duimtf the summer and "Ith King Ttinu, nud then u ith m downs j( large fawn lo'ortl "'h that (.lit1 wjn't tlmt lien over there," muI the diltk, "she T11 nu was not at first recognized as luvc, nor n tiiHii't laid a iiuny csV" n king by the commission. Tanu and but, but she has loU writ! unbuilt lieralid his chiefs readily agreed to giro up verses composed in her 1iihi, while nobody Hit) iruuhle wind about tue. their arms and stated that thoy were is sating ai," s.iid a wic iixitter tiut a Aith yuit prepared 10 accept any formal govern- standihK near, "that jou don l tell the publay an 'Kit and lic lut ment the commission might recom- nmlille offoii have done. Yon word, hut Hut without saying a abolmend, even If the kingship wn sitter uf nunc iioit Inys imp without letting ished. Tho following day Matanfn cvit) luuly jn the neighborhood know it. an v lee in and his party came alongside the It jm ,rant to cut advertise." tlm community l)o)ce II learn to Bndgcr, singing songs nud flying the juu inut Samoa n flag. The rebels were Inttiinlrrlnl, to tako down the ling, which "Hello!" said the voice at llir other end of they did. The commissioners explu ti- the telephone, 'it thuiiuiidlcT' "Yea.'' ed to the chief that they had come to Of Hip mm that '!)ul toil write make pence, nud Matanfa said that wlio had inherited un million aturv dollata-sna Mas ho was tired of fighting, as were his going to try his luck in grain speculation V "YrtM Ho said his party would chiefs. "Proofreaders ay tbrv can't make out recognize any government fixed by the fmill lour tsipy whether )U liiMlit in iy commission, but he hoped to have a 'he will find broker ahead' or ho will Imd king of Samoa, ns it was nu old eslnlr brUcr aliead ' " wilt Itshcd institution. Matanfa rondlly do.Tnl em if all thr same l.ither one Ring oil!" Chieago Tribune. ngreod to giro up the guns held by his party, but insisted that, as the weap I.'puortli l.ra.lie : mt rlillon Indian uiniu ind., Jul) ?...1 ax ons were the private property of tho - ru ti......... o.. ...,i 11 it..... natives they should receive compensa- fatlin ideal rotilo i.uiHHuiii ii. I'ii.tiiii a,. fnHti tinting ln trnln with every Coin tion fcjr them. The 'commissioners Is- six fnt In the win of Irnilis sued a proclamation, stating that tho with Parlor mmI I'afn soIhI DltiliiK guns would either be returned or nt night 'IWr-K!W.iir I'nr proper payment mndo for them after will I Mild at half rnte July If 90 ntnl Ul with ivturu limit of July 91. If more time-lall troubles had been settled. This, of rletired ti further extension until Aui; course, means that payment will bo may Ix- - had by deKnllug ticket with Joint made, ns it would bo folly to return AkviiI nl ImllunlMi4liiiH! pnyllii: n fruof ceiilf. thnt vonr ticket leniU sin Mils 3OodS SaMafttvUffg lr ci -id Ma-tanf- u. toni-plnli- 1 us-th- r. m or-dert- 'd i.1 111 -- ('im-liiiint- wr-e- "nr-ui- ! nmtu. U.O IfMunisM'.T fee M .(.Tiirfaunil.O. !" ex"You are wanted around the claimed ttst ittaatt. n laughed aiaa-tTh lephed. "Wlfrn I am "I know ballet." 1 can't ! Nssee I Jjfixt beet. wanted d. found. I an't iwmiU'v b wanted! after alt it is litre we eehuw of the forma! er to tn lr-tn- d poin-tH.alo-non-'ni- l.oKle. inirtat m s. t 1 ftihioM of modern trwtt Journal. . .1 1. hftMf whih it hs hetmr eience t sneer at. i. Iht ! 1 Il.t Vnur S'ret At-h-r nml llnrnf Shako Into lour shoes, Allen's a pawdrr lor the feet. It iiialoUg-Ior.Se- w Khor-- s fro! IJusr. Cures linriia. Hnnlons, Swollen, Hot, Callous, Horr-- , and Sweating Feet- - Alt Drucgisls und Shoe Hletr. sell Sample Mint VUV.Y.. it, Address. Alien bC Oltnalol. L lUty, N. Y, "N-- l"vt.ir , . .'- -. r; - , " I'ull ut .sinslr. mu-lii.- i! Sri1 First ("al You appear to t.e rather to nicht. Strand Cat Yes: I raught a nice canary for dinner. Ulno State Journal. To tn re n fold In One tier Tako laxative llrtuno OuIiiihx TalHels All drusTK-tslrotund uioiioy if it falls to euro. 3V a o injured in a railway wrrck doctor if ha a recover, and then hit lawyer, ami alxiut how much. -L. A. V. Ituilrtm. he Warn a firt man i l hi e Samsnn w a last art Spare Momenta, hcM-- e 1 hr-uu- rnfestinnal stranc man, down the house. loi-se- s 11 CRITICAL PERIODS In Woman's i mllk-ing- - Aadc Dangerous by Pelvic Catarrh. Life Arc -. I l.-f- 'apt tun-eye- d s .1 ,an-da- Mrs. Mathllde Itlclitcr. 11 nickel-plate- d a): "I Mr. Matlulde Richtrr, Doniphan, Neb.. 11 nifTered from ratarrh for many years, hut since I have been taking Peru na. 1 feel strong and well. 1 would advise all people to try As I used Pe rti 11a. and Man a hn while I was passing through the rliangi- nf life, I am positively convinced )our beneficial remedies have relieved me fiutii all my ills." Peruiia lias raied more women from heiN ol sickntrs and set them to work again than any other remedy. Pelvic catarrh bane of woiuunktiid, Pe iu iu Is the hane of catarrh in all forpisaud stages Mrs. Col, Hamilton, Columbus, 0 , nays' "I Pe 111 na to women, believing it e beneficial to them " Send for a free honk wiitten by Ur. HnrU-min- , entitled "Health and Reality." e to-b- ei,i.;y Dr. Ad-dic- ss Hartuun, Culumbus, O. n, Kx-CiU- 11 -' 11 Renuinhcr that thnlcra morbus, rholcra-Infantuisunnner compliint, bilious colic, diarrhoea and dysentery urc each and all catarrh of the hou-elt- . Catarrh ii the only rorrect name for these affection Pcrunn. is an absolute specific for these aihucntaP which are so common In summer. Dr Hart-main n practice of oyer forty yeats, never lost a single case of cholera Infantum, dysentery, diarrhoea, or cholera morbus, nml hi only remedy was Pern-nThose desiring further particulars should send for a fiee rrpy of Catarrh." A'JJrcu Dr. Hurtinan, Columbus, O, n, 11 yRT psj-M!jijyy(- Couch M nest In time.arrup. floM Hj EBMS!ESm3sm9k tla CUHlSWHtH. All It drugclits. Tajtcs Uio !, Jssi3TI7BBi Ool. (MIS. Dso fT M fjj 4 ENTIRE TICKET. This Kcnti cky DcmocratH Finish Thc.'i Work nml Ailjuurn. THE BUILDING DEDICATED. r SERIOUS RIOTS.. Union City, III., Qrciiplcil by Union Ml f u Iluttlc. ncrH, tin; Sci-iico- Openlnn of the Kaencerfett (loliten .1 III lea About t'4,0U0 l'eople lti.ee.eil tlio rirat t'oocerl. 11 55LASH SEEMS INEVITABLE. fi. Inim...i. .riie .irounti s.n rr-""' . .... Aiulo :C tJfrCfJ&C 5 6CC&6CfrCf&6.C&tC- CC - C- CC C - C6C- &CC- eCOCC C- CfrfrCCCc- , Ir.l for a Daybreak Attack. tmerlrniia Alert anil 1're. 1 t'lNctNHAil. June T.O. Tlio vast cfrff-Impe- d Interior of tho .Sacngcrfctt J. C W. Ilerklttm or Lieutenant litiilding hfld not less than I'i.Oliii peotirimri It. .1. Itrerkltirlilga for Attorney ple TliurMlay night lo witnus tlio dcd. (ienerall (In. CoulUr for Audit. r lealloii of the liullding and the concert. llrerk lllll, rrrrot.tr of Mate IC A pretty Incident happened when It. llager fur 'treasurer. Conductor KUrulieliiKT cume out from LouuviM.c ICy.. June CS. -- William Ooobel, tlie wjngit to talie the liafjti In "Welhu vliowllh un Iron itbm lu ruled iho demo, dcr Kuettht?." the 81,000 prize cantnta. He hiis literally putted with garlands era tic state convention since it assembled nearly a neck aifo win Tut lay nltfhl nom- nf roe not! wreaths of evergreen inated loi itevcrnoron tho Slih ballot, iutr Kvcit itftcr he had mounted the plat con let t unparalleled In llita Uto lor bt.ier-1- 1 en anil determination, or on ttiu jurt form And tvllh baton In hand ready lo of Hiu winner fur oUiltful manliiula-Hob- . begin lie was made the target of ad IbrrnJ of tlio lnnij. exhausting Unlit miring friends In the ehoru nml (;. They Attarkeil tlie Town anil tlie Union Ailnera Wrrm Driven Out 1 lie lurch llirn Applied nml the llouae lit! Were llurneil Trooju Called lur. uf hurmo'iy 10 tho I.iotlottt which huvo Yi.ijeJ llirouib the nieht reliK.mly an I ttiiumt far every ln b oa of ground. Nearly every irnay jolnnl in a tlnitroo brouihi u remarkable " when Unit nia.iM.ile appeared for the Ur.l time before the to ucoapt the iiwnlantloa and re turn M thank. 'llit Ovobel fori w hekl the omwaHl"" ly down lo buaiae.eull ilk). forcing riuHliieout Uillotlair, deleu.lng lawn vImd they stowttl Mll l! Ht'MklHM HBI Mititbl a tUn Uiv Ull-- y urn menu rompvll uc a solo on u proroelt.oa iw dra,p live blkdiiMMt on omIi talbil after the SH hd Mill out ef tiM final trial of Htrtniif.h sherlly after l tr" yuk Tuesday tilgtl m k color Mrltif fclotn! m dropac! on tho rtk bsl.ot, una lUrdiH proved unable to control oeoogh of the Stent Yolo t win Tho soear durtac the but ballot were drastic, thotwh Mel cic1ltac as mauy in whkih the drknraiei. hud parMeltaUoU. After tkr nemiHatl.m tho coairolloa en)oyeu few niiMiim of rcUm.Um nt.l rrtHiaellluUen. made ky l oafr.mivn WheeJtr. Judge Tart In unit otter manager fur Ihnhreo raodidie and Ike ibame of u 1 ut get to seilier ead lt ' Jo lllackburn concluded tbs peecheseklr with a fnw wwrJtot ejliorU-tlof- t. II trutnl tlio tumilnrc wiirmir and of tho rrandenra In tlio He U lilt to (arty la Neveajib'-- r "tho lr wnturwIrumMnuoJ the hull in ! wlt rokfratloti ' aad arired hit hi:rT it aail kllvor U YtA fall in Una for llry TT coawktMMi thru ui);oijrii(vl unll. t u clock Wrdnrwlay uioraint. LoriiTll.t r. ICy Juno Ti Tlio dtmoeratle ork on the Ion rtmuniad Its atata t Mlbtt at 6tJ oVbMk WcJncWay miitw taurotflit A toMdittan wti atSoptnl tu ilrep the hliKl- tnoal rawdldsir an U eoaml kollot aha therv ? yet to(ore thr ntPNtto, titer o all I'roeatotloM )tebea were llrattoil to two cto. 11 rinrrJ ucct ieccu 11 we) J In 11m lo.lnxlBjr paadklatM were nnalBakMi lor Ilea tenant reseraor W. I' Thorne. nt Hoary J C W. Ilevkhaa. of New o Tnoma II llaya. f lttUville. 00J lielly. ol Trlv for ItetitMiant (fovaraor ! Tlia 8 mt ; Hay. WIH. Thorn o. kulieti- - lleaka.M. Ml Tk H Kelly, attrMiir. rataau. ilael Jj. blJi ! l4aBJb(ifHVrWTm"llfwyerrl'Uu riiilrrAt ut u time w take hi ot Rt January THOROKEnS N'elxHi BeSBpaanaaaaalafBKIiBVHr--- bttlluu Huy thnH withdrew, iSe llAtK'iam, wbo trti an tko Ooebei wlale. nop with. m Ike Bret ballot. The Hhr cm4-atdtew. nw king tbc BomlwaUow.uriOnlmuu fite duutnl at Hit delay. adeptpt aoiliwrHHiUa toitropth lilttdmott aa!e !elais ao mant. tit. tn rt tt Ntc-iw4- ry Caiiuomiai.k, 111., July 3. Union City, named from the fact thut It Is oc-- ( cupicd by union miucr, was the scene, of a battle Friday night about midnight, and us n re Mi It the town is in Negroes and ruins. Tho othervnen employed by llrusli ut his mines near Frcdonia, incensed ovei the killing of tho Negro woman Fri, '1'he K4olstn were all on huml, nnd day, went to the camp, which consists of nine houses, and opened tire on the. 'I lie uu ite(ulttcd tliomst'l v?m nobljr. ilieiieo nn especially hind lo MiM union miners, which was at onco returned. Tho battle raged until the Miiitnndn, the llrst to appeir. 'tin; old eustotn union miners ran from their homes and of all feits, the pri "illation of the took refuge in a clump of timter close miners to the village. The seen lljg, 1'irtilm a pieliiiinno nlonee appded the torclt to the houses a pli'turo llngi't will that. c. In 4II tlio mluUs t'.ocd anil all were burned to the round. ol The men had destroyed nil property previously occupied by the union men.1 They then moved on tho woods audj until daylight the fusilade was kept up. Xo lives have so far been report ed lost in tho engagement. The union miners have been leluforccd and the outcome may be n long drawn out battle. Sherlil dray, of Williamson county telegraphed Gov. Tanner Friday night asking for troops and "03 rlllcs, saying he was powerless to quell tho riot. Acting llov. Warder immediately ordered 150 nlles and ammunition sent to tlio sheriff and requested him to summon an armed posse. Acting Gov. Warder said ho would not order out troops until the sheriff had exhausted his resources. A coroner's inquest was held over the body of tho Negro woman killed Louis Ehrgott, Friday, and warrants were issued for Mutlrat 1)1 r rtor of tko Sjcnzerfott Jubilee. tlte arrest of six men. SlierltT Gray (Icrmank douhtlcai for many years. arrested three of the men, but when s This followed the iprecheH of on his way to tho jail with them his IV it. of the bund, and carriage was surrounded with the of the facngcrfest, and Mayor tho mens sympathizers the horses cut Tu fol. and was participated In by loose and tlie prisoners released. llreeldent Itrttmaun and John Olmling. the latter ll.e president of the last CAPT. DREYFUS AND WIFE. neugorf at held two yearn ago at I'HMmrgh. Tlie ling, a graceful white The Thii .Meet III the I'rltnn nt Hemic alTair. hcirily adorned tUl. bllhcn After I.imf SeparittliHt An Af- and metfti oruameiiutlnn. was carried frctlnc tcene Itetulleil. nit to the center of the atage liy Mjrm-l- r ltKXXKfs July 3. Preceded by his llutghaiiwn. of the executive Ki.ird, and then the simple oxercihes nl guards, Urcyfui entered the prison prciti'ittation were given, I'icsiitetit Saturday morning, was formally consigned to the care of the governor nnd llcltmnun receiving It from Mr. hauda with a few vtull cho.on was taken to a cell ou tho becoud non-unio- n a. time-honore- d Srthctu mil around tho town and can working in tlio trenches to . fatrni-tl.n their posit on. Day and Inifht aro at work. It is d UiMS.MK) men were seen march-Infitin road north of town Friday "nitfPng. The Americans turned out anr..ani.ed the defenses, expecting nnttack. The soldiers sleep in their 'cltflusan.l breakfast at 4 o'clock in tli ir.ormng so as to lo ready for an- hssault. ptier ilayli-ea- k 'heomtmHion of three Spanish w unentered the Insurgent lines a frrtnight ago to make a linal nttempt Itoirr.injre for the release of tho Snan- fl.sh pnvjncrs have not returned. Tkelr long absencd has occasioned SDcK-'fun-us estl-jiitfell fAMi a, July !. A collision between thf two nrmii.u - ... wu 1 t:.. t eriiiiuuu." scffl inevitable soon. The Insurgents . I STATE ODDS AND ENDS. . $ riTaTiTaiwea'a'eaT' JURY EXONERATED HIM. Jim Itayilen, Colored. Init anil Killed Jim Alrt'oriunrk, Alan Colore. I, for Hun nine Away With III Daughter. ''' S " aar.rav.waa-e- - THE GOVERNOR HOAXED. liniilte)'. 1 oriii d Ale.ige 1.1 Ilurrr nil 1 In. for TrooptTwo (loturiior Xerj ludlgtiii. - phrm. , non-unio- n But reports come to veil Manila that they Jwrre by Agulnuido at Tarlao nut entertained hospitably. It Is said that Agulnahlo gave a ban-qin their honor, all tho leading fanllirsof the rebel lenders being pres-c- jt and the cnblnet attending, hence tl Spaniards in Manila hope that the mission of the comml&sionero will bo the hospital with fever. Gen. Grant is his troops on the south line. suf-ftrincom-mindi- successful. Gen. Ovcnshine is in g Gi.asuow, Ky June !!0. At Glasgow Junction, nbout daylight Wednesday morning, Jim Havdcn, colored, shot nnd killed Jim McCormack, also McCoru nek, although having a wife and children living at Howling Green, has been living with another woman at Glasgow Junction for several years. Last Thursday he abandoned this woman and ran off with one of Jim Hayden's daughters. Hayden nnd his son pursued him to Howling Green, where they found McCormack under arrest upon Tuesday McCormack fin old warrant. broke jail and the authorities wired tho marshal nt tho junction to look out for htm. The marshal deputized Hayden to assist him. Wednesday morning Ilaydcn ran across McCormack and ordered him to surrender. Instead he gathered some rocks nnd assaulted Hayden, who shot him. tearing one side of his head away. A juiy exonerated Hayden. col-or-- Lpxixoiox, ICy.. Ju y :. Gov. ilrnd ley arrived here Sunday from Cincinnati witli the information that tlie call for !!00 state troops Saturday night wns the result of forged messages to him purporting to bo from a 'gentlemen in Lexington In whom, tho governor had confidence nnd a message from Frankfort purporting to bo from a state officer. He was Informed by these messages that there was mticli trouble in Clay county;,that tho Howards were sui rounded and wore at the mercy of tho l'hllpots nnd Halters and that unless troops wero sent at once many lives would be sacrificed! Tho governor immediately issue'd the order for tlie troops to go to Clay Later ho county Sunday morning. became suspicious, and after a telephone consultation with Adjt. Gen. Collier and Col. Williams, the otders wcrs revoked. The governor saj-- ho will do all he can to fix the responsibility for tho fnkc. s t ALIVE AND WELL. No LANDED ON THE COOK STOVE. Wo iiii.il Felt Through tho Floor Into the 'A SERIOUS DOUBT ARISES. Ii Her. Win. i:. Illimliatr, Nmr Doing; a Life Sentence for tho .Murder of Hit Wife at HellevIHe, Ind., Guilty. the Iteport Hint Sheriff Itev. crly Millie, of Clay County, Hm Shot mid Killed In .Sluiivhestnr. Truth III 1 Louisvim.k, Ky.t June from London, Ky., says: 'JO. A special llelmr and Hulned Apartment Fireman Crotr'a Dinner. LouifiVlLi.K, Ky., July 2. Mrs. Frank ilat, which Steele Uvea in a third-stois being repaired, nt No. 131 East While going from Market street. one room to nnothcr she stepped on a place where only boards One of them covered the rafters. tipped up and she fell through' into the fiat of Fireman George Grow. Sho landed on tho cook stove, where tho cllnr r of the family was being prepared. Tlie dinner was ruined nnd the but hw. lciiioti:hcu, severe Mrs. Steele esbruises. caped with some ri I'reni-dent- 11 Ilett-mau- n, 11 Dliit-Mtig'- it :je" Titer al ' . . t He vr cminly. where k l an ottorftcr feiwrul Reir. a;eker f tk biue In tti bly of li ktvCl:y He I u nnlc innit 111m hj ular. JohnS Stnl ti of Hour ben. C. C llayn. of tt. of KrMkila, a ad Hell. J 1 lew Andre Hubert J HeevnMdA f liojl. er tke ranvaikn f r utuiraoy aneemL V It llemlrif f tJOu aoan a oundklote M(thlr$M-- , llraetekrldge iiotnlnatnt dm (duller, at (lrre county, m HOMlaated for auditor ef ntuk). Ilrenk Hill ( Cl rl for lenctary af Hole, ami i: V IUiht W Hutu, for tam trea.urer. It eketnL lie Urn nl lauliAa. " ARE ENJOINED ur ll-- lllillillialaTl '"'lrw!WWSe" aKriiouKVafiiffelttit.nytlVkni'tlrt tho sun shone when Drey fus entered tho prison. Tho governor of the prison sent Mine. Dreyfus the news of the arrival of her husband, nnd she immediate',; went to the governor nnd ntked to sue tho prisoner. I.eae being granted, the faithful wife entered the prison almost unobserved and was conducted to cell No. MO, nccomp.inied by Mine. Havct. The meeting between tho husband and wife can better be Imagined than dctcribed. Naturally it wns most touching. lloth Dreyfus and his wife were deeply ulTected. They remained long clasped in each others arui, tears and smiles Intermingling with tender endearments. I'p to noon Saturdny there had been no sign of a public demonstration. The prisoner appeared to be in ;ood health, lie wore a blue suit, w rray overcoat and soft folt hat. His hair Is turning gray and his beard is of a reddish color. Ho hold himself wry erect. lilj.NMW, July 3. Mmc. Dreyfus had a third interview with her husband Sho found him Sunday afternoon. much better. He received her with smiles instead of tears. Overdoses of quinine white on Dcvil'a island left him with n serious indigestion. He expressed himself convinced that he will bo acquitted. out-brfght- ly Ind., July 1. Another doubt has arisen as to the Itev. .Wat. IL Ilinsliaw, who is serving a life for the murder of his wife at Iklle vdle, Hendricks countv, in Janu ary, isr. Two years ago Noah llaney. who was at that time serving a term in the state prison, made an alleged con fession in which he said the minister waajinnocent. "The murder,' ho said, 'wns committed by a gantr of Indian- thieves, of ajU wu. .... which bo was a mem-:.- ? vy ioir. 'xiiu niiiieiui'iit iiearu 1... Tfw3cndricks county gr ind jury, who rciuvMi to give creusnee vo it. jFnlay it was announced that "Ivtil" Whluify, one of Haney's companions, hasnado a confession in the state re- forrratory at JclTersonville, in which he tiys that tho minister's wife was rnurtercd by a gang of which lie and Haniy were members. A third man iu tho jarty ho declines to name. Tho Ton has been made In tho furm . IvniAXAPous, 1 not n shadow of truth in There tho story printed in Louisville Tuesday that Sheriff Hcverly P. White, of Clay county, was shot and killed in Manchester Monday evening. A messenger has just arrived from Manchester and informs the correspondent that he loft Sheriff White at 8 o'clock Tuesday morning alivo and well. Everything is quiet at Manchester and there is absolutely no foundation for tlie story. Itrnnlonof the IMtritrdt Family. Ky., July 1. A reunion of tho Kdwards family of Kentucky took place at Hcnnon Thursday. There were 175 descendants present, the eldest being 73 years and the youngest 17 months. Mr. William J. Pag, of Nashville, Tenn., and Miss Heinice Holman. of this county, were married at Trenton Thursday evening, Itev. Miller Kt.KTo.v, I Loulavlllo Tobacco .Market. Louisvit.T.K, Ky., July 2. The local Wood ofllcintinK. raarin W fourth-clas-1 l.. O. Parker, James ..-- v :t of Kvansvlllc, AsmxoTO.vl'JiiTy s 2. Tlie foilowinjr commis- i'tai leaf tobacco market Friday showed nbout the same general feature as on Thursday, except that dark tobacco showed a little more animation and strength. Friday's offerings wero made up mostly of tho common and medium grades. Prices were satisfactory. Tho total offerings were. SOU" Uhda,o( which 151 UUdu wercburlcy .jX.1.. .Jt'eaeJaaCAaa - la' A rii.tliinl hralprr. t Mm. hi. l on til" Tlrket OD le IRE attorneys for Hiushaw. FTER COMMISSIONS. f.l tlullruiil1ltk.il. re lliitlltrtc srucr- - pre-eeat- ed Ci.ncix.vati. June 0. A sensational iikivo was iuaile i'liniwlay in the tight 1 tmlal 1. 11 llalkoi IMUrWte rocHrot tkr lor nnml-aatio- a Mctbe.Lf of Uvltk(o f'r cwanilulnaer of roir.Miiler lkdU. of acricultor eiHiiity It V tl jmiIIo ludturtlan. vat uoinl-n- AdfmniRl SHE ATTEMPfED'sllICIDE. lira. Ilitrry ! IUmry, ticnr.lliie to the Coruuei't .fur j , la (iullty of .Mur--, ilrrln; Hrr lliubinil. Ni.w YnliK. Juno 10. Tlte coronor' jury 'i'hurwlay lroitht in ft verdlot thai Hnrry '. I5nniMy wns ntunlcrotl by ln wife while hho was lomporarlly M10 ctit In. throat last Fmlny anil Have ns a reason that ho snorcil. A nt on liur way Mrij. ISmiiecy the ltrul'o of Sifflit to the arros tomtit slio ntlrinpU'd to tlirtl't n hut bho mnilo several pin into her neck. (letermined ntteinptMo commit siiieiilo in this way. but nho'wa eventually dihnrmeil by ujioliecman. SONGS OP THE FATHERLAND. iiivtnc between the rallrn.id ami the ticket fcnlpcrs. Judge Taft, of tlie United State court, was applied to and enjoined nil Cincinnati brot.cis from dealing in Sacugerfest tickets istucd by Ilia It. A: company. 0 Altnoai nt tlie raiuc moment application wna mudo to Judge Jackson, of thr nnd superior court, by tho Hltr I), railroads, to enjoin the C, II. brokers In Cincinnati from selling Suougerfest ticket.4 Issued by their lines. Tills ties up tho ticket brokers pre clsely as they ctc ilurtng tho J5. A It. national cnoumpmcut. 'I he eourl followed the decision of United State Judge Ciark in the X.uhvlUc centennial case. The ground of the. injunction is that by tlie establishing of low rates the railroads have special contrnel with s'aengcrtet visitors. These contract require the original purchaser to us the lo- rate tickets ou the return tri, 01 not at all. S.-A- - Tltel'retlleDt Deluged With Applications, (lie Announcement That Vol- uteer Were Needed, I J TJAsiniOTO.v, nouncement t i. July 1. Sinco tho 10,000 an- long-parte- d arijrfor service in the Philippines tho prt.Mcnt has been deluged w ith for commissions. Almost evi ry congressional caller has one or tin re applicants whom he presses on th president's attention. ' be president requests all his visitor- to file their applications with Adjt. (e Corhin. At tho same time he ma ics it clear In a general way that the policy of the administration in gra iting commissions will bo to give pre ereuec to volunteer officers who sho veil ability and who performed valuable service during the Spanish war. Some to bo mustered Into tho that about volun-teiJJi'we- regular officers have also been given volunteer commissions in the belief that ono or two regular oillcers in Only Ono Candidate. Solid for Tnylor. 11 regiment will bo of great advantage. Minm.KiiuiiO, Ky., Juno 20. Tho Lkxincto.v. Ky., July 1. A conThe number of oillcers to be commisvention has been called to meet In Republicans of Casey held a mass sioned is being carefully guarded to Jackson July 15 to nominate a repuii-liea- n convention nt Liberty for tlie purposo preveut n scramble. I.mrrcnreburg' Second lllg Fire. 1. Lawiii..vckhli:o, Ky., July Another big fire visited this town Friday morning, destroying a square ou Main nnd one on Court street, It originated In Faelcr's liven- - stable Tho important losses are the livery stablea 1'olirrta Denle It. and Christian Church, A. J. Ho wen's Lexixoto.v, Ky., July 2. Collector Sam J. Hobcrts laughs at the proposal dwelling and Van Arsdell carriage facthat lie may innnngo the republican tory. Loss, S2.000; insurance, 5,003. campaign in Kentucky this rear. Ordered Him Hanged. 'Senator Deboe," he 6aid, "would I'Aius, Ky., July 1. The jury in hardly sanction such a proposition the case of Clnicuee Williams, on trial were it made to him." for the killing of Martha Tillman in Claysvillc, icturnedn verdict of murWill Tsnt Turdon Croxton Fii.sNKKoiiT, Ky., July 2. Gov. Hrad-le- y der in tlio first degreo and fixed his Friday refused to pardon Duke punishment at dcalh by hanging. Tho Croxson, of Newport, who is serving a jury was only out 30 minutes and toolc term in the Frankfort penitentiary for but ouc ballot. assaulting Mrs. Gleason about two Kenturklan' Skull Crunhml In a Fight. years ago. Ai.iia.nv, Ky., Juno 30 Henry Harris, of Forrct Cottage, went to the resShut Hint on MghL. 1'aixtsvii.lx, Ky., July 1. News' has idence of C L. Holsapple. Holsapplo just reached here from Ivy ton, Ky., ordered him out of his house, arid HarHolsapplo then ten miles distant, that Floyd lticc shot ris refused to go. They had struck Harris on the head with a shotnnd killed Harmon Grace. had no trouble. Hicc met Grace iu the gun', crushing his skull. Harris is now at the point of death. road and shot him down. sioned Friday: Lester. Letcher county, W. H. Hale, vice Polly Collins, removed; Tygart's Valley, Greenup oiiiity, Sarah J. Waruock, vice A. J. II. Lewis, resigned. -M postmasters tl M n ' DOCTORS ARE NONPLUSED. Frot lllte Canted a Colored Man to Crow Darker In Hue It la the Kelgntut; tenaatlon. Po.vtiac, Mich., middle-age- d I'. .'KTiutMinin, Vu Hon. ( lilt oilier Milrlilet June SO- ,- As tlie 1 result of liiaomnhi and nervous prostration, Hon. Clias. 1 Collier, of thii city, ahot himself through tho lie.ul AVariiisotov. Juno SO The Ocrman Thuradny, tlynifj Instantly. He was .1 nmhasi-ado- r nt Washington, Or. Von of tho eonfeil-cr.it- e Ilollebcn, has sent the following gradla wcr, an congress hail ervetl several ing to Fcst President Hcltin.iiir.. for terms in the grand army, and served the (iohicu Jubilee SueugerfcsU now m mayor of this city nix tennv Ho at in session: one time was piesldent of tlio South"To the North American Saenger-bund- : I send on tills occasion of Its ern It ail road Co. Mr. Collier was In his 7'Jd year. golden jubilee my sincere congratulaMay the refreshing and character(lor, Kooteiclt Nt n Canillilntn for l'rel-ilrn- t, tions. -ennobling songs of the fatherAi.iia.nv. N. Y., .lunotlO. (iov. P.oosc-ve- lt land, transplanted here from the old Mopped olf in this city for a fow country, II nil still further in the singminutes on hit. wny to New York from ing societies of North America a true the went, declared that ho is not a can-di- d place of culture, for the renown at ate for the republican nomination tlie old and for the best interest of tne lor president In 1'JOU and that ho is In now country." "IIollliip.v. Imperial ambassador." faror of reujnilnatlne; I'retldeut y. he (ierinio Ambtatailor -- emit (ireetlns to the I'redilem of I ho Oulilen JiiIiiUh Saencerfett at Cincinnati. WOMAN" AND CHILD KILLED. lhryllnil Takan Unfiles Krom a llaln- attirm Under Freight CartUiiiio- lieiluu Knlna Muted the fur. July 1. colored Geo. Hrooks, man, Is tlie reign- Chicago, July S. Mrs. Tekla ltazzvk, CO years of age, nnd Augusta Wisow-ski- , 10 years old, were killed and Agnes Wisowskl badly Injured Sunday while sitting under some unattached freight cars near Hawthore, where they had gone for shelter from a sudden rainstorm. Shortly after the thr.-had crept under tho ears, n switch engine camo up unnoticed and pushed tlie cars toward a switch. Mrs. Itazzyl: and Augusta Wlsowskl were caught under the wheels nnd badly mangled. Agnes WUowsltl lay lint between the rails and escaped with a badly mutilated right arm. o Death of lien. .Maillll. Clmiinocy Dcpcw wnx recently nHketl: "JJow the iletice do you cm'iipc InillKCR-tinwhile nttcnillni; no innny jnihllo The hcimtnr rcpllctl: "l tllnncrsV" iicvertlrlnk more thnn one kind of wine. I tlon't eat I smoke only two eifrni'H. HweetHnnd I coniliip in.vnelf totlicplulii iIIhIich and rnt htmriiiKly of those. My hrciikfnst Ih n boiled egg, a gliiss of hot nter, borne dry tont nml n cup of ten. hcii--weii , tence for shootlug with Intent to kill, endeavored to commit suicide Sunday afternoon by throwing his head ngaiust tho iron grat-,n. of his cell door. When founa lerrlllr llaln Storm In Texas. by a guard his skull was crushed in a Austin'. Tex., June 30. All scuth frightful way, anil ho lay on tho tloot central and west Texas wns Thuriday unconscioiH. Ho was taken to the visited by terrific rain storms which hospltul and attended by a A kind of paper Ih made from physician. tied up all the ralh Ih so transparent that It have practically which Ills recovery Is doubtful. Head wai of the state. for roads in ttls section may he Uhctl Instetul of jlu received April 20, of this year. win-dew- Gen To wand, l'a., June Henry J. Madill died hero Thursday aged 70 years. He enlisted in the Oth Pennsylvania reserve in 1S01 nnd was made major of the regiment. He was made a brlgndler general In 1SC0 and breveted hnjor general. 30,--M- nj Attempted snlchle. I'oi.umiiur, O., July 3. Joseph Held, a prisoner at the penitentiary from Wayne county, serving a 1.1 years' sen- g No i:xtr :ctlon. continually changing hue until now FiiANKfoiir, Ky.. July 1. It is his skin is, nearly the color of ebony. here that Gov. Hradley will Tho medical profession think tlio frost a special session of the legisbite on tho night of the eventful ride not call was tho cause of his changing color, lature to deal with the lawlessness In Clay county. hut why Is whnt Is ptullug thorn. oral Option fonteat. Heath of dipt. ,laiie A. Mmptti.i. Wi.vciifmku, Ky., June HO. In tlio I'iikscott, A. T., July 1. Capt. Jamos tho A. Simpson, U. S. A., retired, died hero local option contest Wednesday nut saloon men, carried the town of after a short Illness. Ho went through many Indian campaigns in Arizona Ford and three Out of four preclnts of wi'h Gen. Crook. Ho was' lvtlrcd on the city. North Winchester precinct of physical disability a few voted for a license. years ages Illg limber Deal. Ky., July 1. The Fiia.nkfokt. Traction Trutt Corn bios. Helens Land, Coal and Iron Co., of this Sr.w Youic, July 1. It Is announced that a gigantic alliauco of all the trac- city, concluded the sale of 0.000 acrcsof M. II. Courttion companies of Greater New York timber land Thursday to ney, of Clay City, for S 15, 000. Tho land is about to be made with u capital of is situated iu Lee and Wolf counties. 11,000,000. d ing sensation instate medical circles. L"p to last February Hrooks was almost white. One bitter cold night in February last he took a ride Into tho country. Ho did not feci any bad effects from tho exposure except in ills feet, hands, and nose. He thought no more of his night's ride until after a warm night several weeks ago ho awoko to find himself several shades darker. Since thut tlmo he lias been candidate for representative in legislative district, comprising tlie couutles of Hrcatliitt. Lee and Magoffin. "Ned" Mnreum. of Jnckson, is tlie only announced candidate. fatally Sh.St roill Amhuth. While ridGiiAYDOV, Ky., June HO. ing along the public road in Elliott county Wednesday morning, 20 miles south of here. Lee Sparks was fatally shot from ninbush. No clew to the murderer. tho Ninety-third of selecting delegates to the state convention, which will be hold in Lexington July 12. Tlie delegates were instructed to cast the vote of Casey for Attorney General W. S. Taylor, of Hut-lcounty. t er 1 Church Dedicated. Wat Hardin passed through the city years In state prison for robbing tho Sunday en route to Charlottesville, Vo., Adams Express Co.'s safe nt this placo to rest up awhile. He declined to bo last month. interviewed on politics. Storekeeper and (Inuger lit lioulavltlo. Year for llobbery. Ky., July 1. George GitKKNSiur.o, Murphy lias been sentenced to five He The IIoi'Kixsyn.i k, Ky., July 3. new Southern Methodist church at Pembroke was dedicated Sunday with imposing ceremonies. Hishop Morrisey, of Nashville, preaching the dedicatory sermon. Ceil. Ilurdln'a ltett. LKXiSoro.N. Ky., July 3. Gen. P. Wasiiixotox, July 2. Walter A. Kendall has been appointed a storekeeper and guagcr of the Louisville (Ky.f Internal revenue district. FeiidalUtlr Courteale. McCurd Lonpox, Ky.. June 30. and John Chatman fired several shots at each other Thursday, near here, bitt without effect. McCuid was locked up on tlie charge of shooting at Chatman with Intent to kill. He will bo tried Saturday. Accidentally Shot llliotelf. Comv. Ky., July I. Charles Stal-lar- d was hunting squirrels when his rillo was discharged, the. bullet penetrating bis heud. It is thsnght he will recover. Wi Cl , 1 -- i u' -- H m0m i rh4a --- . j - LOCAL NEWS. The Stale TUI From tho Oweusboro Mes I TKXXESSKK IS A IIIM.FAKXKH. r-- J Knglanil and American Dependency. H Cow Treed a Coon. Going to Build This Spring? 4 We can furnish you with everything uoeded to build with . . . nt . . . YERY - LOWEST PRICES, U Trln Trln .lrinn ilij iiiii uiii uii utnivn ruii- - i 'oul and now it supplies 30 per ! obMrvnl Horn start toward Rongh Lumber, I near, fT the ...ruder, followed the "var- Dressed Lumber, There are HoiuethiuK over l,r,00 cent. Mo., on July Ifith. s Doors and W indows, ,,,u Stnte'8 frm. which aore8 This country has led Kngland In mil" uloely until Mr. coon took Tommio Holeombo returned Mon- well nualilied for the noHhl.' for nUl ll,'" 8lMlH Sasli and Blinds, I"1"0" '" ,,,e the nggreuMiie of uiHiiufactured refuga up a tree. And there the day Irom Granite City, 111., where ho which they havoMieen , S mled ShiuRlea, NaiLs, ....,... ,.,. n . n ' larni, wiiimii pioiluuts Tor several yeurs, anil, , """ "''"' been for several weeks past. has Builders Hardware, 'rrow and extremely iiouulnr 1 ,illr!""u Citv Oommerulal. ,h0 SU,U k'"Ht,H' xUvn'"T le- - Ume.-Un- lon Oils, Paints and vt thai, ton, without any visible wall kifci Iu 1J,00() f Uirlvi,ni nt Iinlfnntbridi!i. twelve Lime, Cement and Plaster. ,,ure8, In M, tw" f'trms crease or thntnw material. Will.1 M miles below Hickman, near Walker A: tho remainder of the Stn Hid Ellison's mill, Saturday, July SSd. Let us figuro with you. resouroeH c.r 'UNTN Tlt,4I)fr;. ruroliasQ furnishes two aX'ahle ,,u,rS "r nn,,pr "uUiv,i,1"' ,l t0,ul iho aluiOHt liuillli-Hi,70() H0,,N, ,llu Norih, Went and South to he Tho (tayoso Hotel and other prop- cundldatoH in Urn persons fcffitis "f The crops this vear are divided developed anil placed at tliii dls- Hoen & Kversol, having Uiiight the erty to the value of ..'00,000 was do- G. Coulter for auditor L. P. &W.S. Ellison fn,,0WH! Oorn,00 acres; wlinit, posul of the Aineric... iiiHiiufHr- Hlekmun Holler Mills' announce to tin, st roved by lire at Memphis on tho Ith. V. MoCliesner for aniiirli,l.d..iit .,....., ...... farmers that ihoysiNt'iiilly solicit their ,,n i.i. Br..i...... nui """-- " ' 1. ",I!uiii-i- , uie gmmu im ...1.1..1. " ,..i.. .....i ...m ,,: ..;.rv,.r. The City Council of Hickman has or null a instruct nn Iw.ti.I, ,.,,r ...ill., rr. ..: .i i. ..... ... mim. ,.01 .oes, iu Mall mow the situation in "", their patronage. Give us a chaiicu to temlercu tho county or fiutoii me use aotlvo and competent tnei ' each ,,,mut' .. loiiuoeH. .). notes: without reason. prove this. iiokn x i.vkhkL. of tho City Hall free of charge, iu which vrllli lli.t nriiiiriniina .....! ...... iiurua: "vviifli to hold the courts. r..n.. equip i.t... tor the T " to i()0 acres uovoteil to veiL'ctaii'es of r".i. lrt:u all kinds. Railroad Time Tabl. Tho guulKXit Nashville had her which he aspires. Tho Hift.rusH bottom" dammred to tho cost of $2000 itirniaiiOB 111 .Jtulgo Kobt.JJrfck N., 0. & St. L. K. R. nut ninniiMiiii fwtnnirit .....i' i inoi , Quccnswnre at Shaw's, Truo politeness is impossible without sincerity. The reform most needed iu this world is "Waddy Oardner, of Terrell, Tenn., was in Hickman Saturday. UKT Shaw's 1.:0, 2.tK) and f.'.oO Shoes can't bo beat. Mr. C. .1. Worth, of Moscow, was m the city yesterday. Frank Creelmnn, of Cairo, 111., was in the city Saturday and Sunday. Tho colored folks are advertised for a big barbecue at Medley's Lauding, self-refor- (I Bi,,oiu,n, .. Tho tlokot namod by tl lemo- oratioStato Convontion t irong one, not only from a geoj tallica .. I.....I.. ..l..t 1. .. tuuiiiiiioini, um iroin I III) iitrnu iui in in u ii uiiohuii lo r liesentt tho Doinoorncy in N ,nler. Every section of the Stni i rin. resented, "from Mills' Polfto the m mi tli nf Siitiilv in a,.,1.,, In I ar. ,; ... fSn tre& jIt r. mm.,.,, ;; Nashville American.) .1. A. L. Sangdon, President of The Stato of Tpuiicmhco owns the British Institute of Mining and conducts a ram. and could piuiliclH that in llio next very properly, therefore, In one half century lOngliinil will bo do Beiise, bo culled n farmer, lie penitent upon t It u United Suite "ides owning farm In fee simple, lor it h lion, steel and unal. In tno Slate renin a largo Unci of proof of this Ih offered MhMhiIch Mhuwing that a nuarter of i cen rluli fanning land. As a runner. tal V duo IOiiclaiid supplied Ail per tho Stato la a Miiccess, due, of 10UU, f tlm world's coal mid now oonrAe. biriMilv in lint nr.inih.uPli In u Iilmr Inn .'III iiir ni'iit.l . ...!.. . .... i .. ..i... i . .....i. i. . -... "''r,i::;.::'r:.,.!?L.:.!::,!::';t!fi:';r,:r ' tn a highly untisfwotorj degree displays rare gifm not required of her and, io Hay the least, remark. ' bovine. lr' 1 he Other (Illy It coon ventured of milk giving mid flutter This wonderful story comes from Maple Grove neighborhood. Dr. T. K. Marshall ban an excellent milch cow which while performing l ho HoHs.v-IJkruntilionu o proline-in- g ' "'' w'.' s W - . "!."', '"'"': -- ! LKAVE8: No. 63 t 9:30 p. m. No. 3, t 2.05 p. m. I AKUIVKS: Train No. 42, 7'IS . m, Train No. i, :0A ji m Will You Answer? Is there any place in native pol itiCB for one who would be strict ly honest and conscientious t If one would rebuke n wronc in his own party lenders, would he not aid in eleotlog the leaders of the other party who are not a whit better, and may be worso f And yet, mast wrong never bo rebuked; must the entity ones in the saddle ever remain, booted and spirred, and encouraged by the endorsement of honest men! And bow shall an honest voter know if a public man aooased of wrong doing be guilty; bis enemies swear be is; his friends swear he Is not; and the average voter has no op portnnity of knowing the facts wilb certainty. Diogtnes went through the streets of Athens with a lantern in broad daylight hunting an honest man, and, granting that oue may be found, has he any Dlace iu aotive politics? The fer, average voter votes honestly ; thera is no reason or oanse that be should not: bnt can the active politician be honest if he would f A State convention of the prohibition party will be held In Louisville August 1 and 2. in Madison county. Somebody has been peddling teachers' examination questions Gov. BbadlEY Saturday two dying convicts that they might pass their few remaining days at home. par-done- d Republican officials at Frankfort say the rumors of an extra legislative session to repeal the election law is without foundation, and Gov. Bradley says no petitions relative to the law have been filed. H The cabinet at Washington baa decided that Gen. Otis shall have soldiers, they to be in the Philippines by the end of the rainy season Recruits will be en listed at the seventy stations for three years' service in the army. 40,000 Women stand a obance of becoming aldermen and councillors of London. The amendment to the London government bill that "no person shall be disqualified by sex or marriage" from holding these positions was adopted on the second reading in the House of Commons by a vote of 10G to 191. Women are now eligible to the school committee and to the vestry boards that the Eontucky Democratic Oonvention gave a mighty poor imitation of a peace conference, but it showed the Republicans a specimen of tb'e kind of fighting they will go up against this fall, when they will be treated to the worst licking that ever was administered to them in the State of fast horses, good whisky and pretty womeu. upon by some when be issued orders Saturday afternoon, holding several com- The St. Lo'ms Republio snys Gov. BBADLEY was imposed unknown fakir, panies of the State Guard In readOther people do why not you? Call Fulton Fair Association. iness for quiok transportation to and examine our goods ami you One of ItH Strongoflt l'nlutn in Kb Manchester, in Olay county The Annual .Meeting, Koujiiem 'Wholesale will readily be convinced. Wo movement is on foot to orA desire lo impress upon you that were issued after the Govorders Grocers' Association. ganize a lair association iu Pulton. wo carry a full lino of ECONOMY ernor had received in Cincinnati a THE USE OF h, 1000. Tho projectors propose to purmessage purporting to Ashovillo, N. 0 July FUKNITUHE AND UNDERtelephone Itukca KiHouitH In 4 Minutes--Lig- ht Hreud In 40 Minutes. be from a reliable State official, Mobile & Ohio coupon agents, Mobile chase laud, erect buildings, build TAKING UUUOS. Buying a Miijoiitio" moaiiB a of Economical Oooklu was to Columbus Ky., inclusive, and Colum a raco track, etc. Tho project is who said serious trouble Miss., will soil tickets and that a large detail bus,O., and return, for the to Ashovillo, yut in its Infancy, but we believe threatened Call ami Fxaiiiluo Tin-in- . it will and You'll ltuy no Oilier. or soldiers was neoessary to pre- N, at rate of ONE FAKE uliovo THE year go through will that next FOU a county fair be ono of The trick was KOUKJ.) TKU'. UCKOU IO 1)0 SOlll JU vent bloodshed. Stephens & Smith. npoolia In 1'llllon'n history. discovered Sunday And the orders ly.th, fithaiidfltli, limited for return Fulton Leader, passage to July Uth, 18'JU, at once revoked. it-to-iu- watch or clock at less than tho cheap-CaI have tho e.periouro, tools and can executo the work. Yours truly, It. W. lime. W. G. Wi.vrr.it, druggist, Clinton, Ky., says ho has sold Plantation Chill Cure for many years, and among tho many chill tonics ho llnds tho Plantation the most reliable ho sells, as it acts ditrereut from thu ouluiuo tonics, which only stops chills for a short timo. It removes tho cause niid tho euro Is rocrmuuent. Talk about women not having business capacity. A girl over in Illinois advertised for a husband early bust spring and got him. Soon after ho enlisted, and went to Cuba, where ho was killed. Tho wife drew I2 iut $3,000 lifo insurance, and gets month peusion, besides. There" Ls girl wo heard of who is goiug to raffle herself off by soiling two thonsaud tickets at oue dollar each tho lucky number to get tho girl. Ex. A newspaper whoso columns overflow with advertisements of business men has inoro iutlnenco in attracting attention to tho building up of a city or town than any other ngoncy that can bo employed. People go where there is business. Capital and labor will locate where there is an enterprising community. No power is so strong to build up a town an u newspaper properly patronized. It will always return more than it receives. Talmage. C. B. Moititis, Druggist, Moscow, Ky., says ho sells Plantation Chill Cure and finds it suits his trado because it eradicates tho system of nil malarial poison, and ho guarantees it. On Monday last a well dressed man, riding a lino bicicle, a stranger, took of tho absence of thu family to enter tho house of Mr. Tom White, over in Missouri, uud stolo Mrs Whites watch, somo money and other jewelry. Ho crossed over to Hickman, was arrested by ofllcers Carpenter and Dillon, and lodged in jail, tho stolen articles bciug found on his person. Ho acknowledged his guilt, and will probably bo returued to Missouri without a requisition. A young bachelor sheriff was called upon to servo an attachment against a beautiful young widow. Ho accordingly called upon her and said : "Madam I have an attachment for you." "The widow blushed and said his attachment was reciprocated. "Yoji mistake me," said ho, "you must proceed to court" "I know it is leap year, but I prefer you to do tho courting," replied she. "Mrs. P," coutiuued tho sheriff, "this is no timo for tntllug ; tho justice is waiting." "Oh, I had rajher havo a parson it you don't mind it." Tho following is a copy of a school boy's complaint to a board of directors : "My sister, who is a whins mo every day. Ma and Pa told her to whip mo ofteuor than she did auy other pupil, so thoy would think she was partial. I writo this to let yon know that this was too thin. She is an old maid, and gets mad becauso she can't got married, and whenever sho gets to feoliug that way sho lurrups me. I hato to say such thlugs about my sis ter, but It s so. and 1 write to inquire u you cannot stop her kicking mo, or got her a husband. Auy old thing will do, so it s a man. I'.x. t. mar-riag- o Iiu-oth- Ilrjaii .May Come. iiiriugu a man ripo in expferdice ai tno law, 01 sturdy intvgrlt ud It is probable that l ho ilon.AV. unilinohiug Deinocracv, wfiowill .1. Iiryau will he invited to Kenbriiifi competeiioy. brilliuikvunil tucky this fall to make a erics of ho no sty into the discharge! thu duties of the attorney gdjnml's' "Punches l behalf of tho Demo- olMce. IhotiRh residing In I ills- - nrittii) State ticket. Mr. Bryan ville, Hon. (. H. Null, the n in nee has uIhji. shown a great interest H. C A.MHKUU. for cotnmiBsIonor of tigrlc 1 are, iu Die welfare of tho pnrty In this is quite as inuoli at home i the State, and it is thought that he Denver, Col., is going to send an great Green river seotfon. inlug will consent to come, eightoen-cara- t lino gold irirl to tho Pur- heen reared in Ohio count . He The invitatiou will be extended ls Exposition. She will, with the silver is well versod In the scion sejnd him through tho now State and copper bases on which she stands, of agriculturo mid ell trnl cominlttoe. bo worth $1. 000,000. Thati tho kind of titled for th position. j girl to have. The nominoo for lieutona t?ov-- , np rare For The lta I Trip to Tho Pennsylvania railroad has plac.. , ed a "rouud tho world" ticket on the ernor comes from that bon eMiul 'l N'rh.g., Pueblo, ""'' markets. Its cost Ls only S5, and in- between the Bluograss a mllie ami Other 1'li.rrs In Coloraila, cludes meals and berths whenover trav- Ponnyrilo. Mr. Ueokliaui r.roel is on water. Tho average is consid sents the vigor of the you yDe-Via Mobile and Ohio ' erably less than throe cents a mile. mocracy 01 tno state, and Some contemptible fakir telephoned from n long lino of men wh live ., . ,,, , , wm" ..:""'.-""- "" Gov. Hradloy as an omcial representing men il Rt imn hIioiI In il. """ 'rs in :.. T '.,..,u ,M,P liTV ,)T "J" ronml trip (plus troops to prevent nf ,i. . .that great need of great bloodshed iu Clay County existed ' .' nf llin Intrnr "" ihubiuiiik wikkv ?. oo meuilsTihip... Tee) to ,1.the almve . linnan U. IIIH ...,, n.....n, T...... llj r..l.. ....... ..WMnw nt .I.L. inPI miiiifu ifti.iv (.I. JflllJ .1111 1....I....1I .... ".v. lit. IIS l, tho uoveruor ordered three comp, .11111 Un- limit return limit October .'list 1MU. to bo in readiness, but found it to bo a gonerai assomuiy no won viable record for ability, fa riess cauard. 51 fc- I positively will repair your and courtesy, and his proti Hon on her trip flown the Mississippi, and is at Norfolk for repairs. Kd. Thomas, of Fulton, the brother of Hon. Ous Thomas, of Graves, wants the nomination for Secretary of State on tho Republican ticket with Taylor. A new lot of Ladies custom made Shirt Waists just arrived. They are perfectly beautiful and cheap, at Mr. Jorgenliausser t Used lo Worry, Hi!c.uie his ntlvcrtioeiucnt Mt , ' in tint local papers diilu't cen-practic- e fin to till met iilleiition ilid.i't draw a crowd to lus More anil help l.i.n to m'II goods. I ,. ,.,.,,, NOW HE Why'.' ails, D0NT WORRY cm get filly flrst-rat- rJl -- 1 1 HeiHiice l.n lias found lliat lie e I ol.nek full of siiggeslioiiH, tho best that are ap- - Is well Of tho bond of tho ticket ittle KVr.KVIIII.MJ IS need bo added in this nrticl ,but ho Is a loader whom nil willl tie- - W;0 nT.J filnin lighted to follow to tho n mrv 11lCB ftna that nwnits tho Doinoorm ; of Fresh and Cold I Kentucky in Novomber. Jilum-presis stumped on tho platrui,. n M .1 .l.ft n.l.MM ..!. f .t..St.t. ii iiu iuu uniL-- iiiuiuutMO ui duaaicK- ot aro In thorough ncc him on the policies thoro Thoro Is Ilfo and vicor int lick: ot and deflnlto declnratins in the 03 piultorm. llio Kontucky Dunne AM, rUVOICi, raoy Is stripped for batce. COCOOOLA, merited. pouring iu his line It. newspajvew the country over for a dollarand tlint with their help it is mere ploy lo ar-niu- "0ni ads whioh fill tin bill lo a UT." tamo. All lines. You can do tin Snl n dollar lo s f 1 SedaWater, FUUITKCTAH, mmmi nuvon-liir- a ,.-- AD SUPPLY BUREAU, BOSTON, MASS. St., Koom UI, a a 4a v t ire l'HOSPUATHS, Mrs. Ida May Kwing tho jjnng IOKS. woman who wbb recently nrnult-toOKUSHKI) FRUITS of the charge of mnrdjring , ami IiKMONADK. is now undergohor ' ALL AH ing punishmont not contemntcd in tho criminal cods. Dissatisfied COLO AS ICE CAN MAKE THEM, with tho jury's verdlot, Hie wsnien' of tho community at Hopkins, Mo., havo undertaken the task of ''upA Pit Kbit HUPl'I.Y OF holding" tho dignity of tho State. Thsy have ostrncizod her. Ttioy havo broken up her home and d siiter-iu-Iaw- At Cost ! - Mm"4 i-i- y BONDURA1TT Though such a thing is iuipnasi bio, the women of tho town want-oMrs. Ewing punished, or nl least tried again. Thoy circulated a petition, which was numerously signed. Tho throo merchant! who refused to place their aignaturcB on tho petition have been driven out of business for want of and two havo loft town. Intimidated by threats of personal violence, Mrs. Kwiug seldom leaves tho house. No one will speak to hor or her husband. Mrs. Kwing stoutly protests hor innooouce of tho orimo Hint was charged to hor, but the members of hor own sex will not neenpt her svord. and continue to Inllici tho tornblo punishment that booial ostracism means to the women, Maryviile, Mo., telegram lo tho d pat-ronng- e, scattered her family. Her husband's busltiosH is ruined, for tho people will not patronizo him, and she, n social outcast, hat tought roftigo iu the home of her mother. Lozuiiay's Chocolates, (TII1C KIAKNT ('ASHY SADB) I Received Every Week fl Bugg dies, Bridles, Etc., al COST, liecuiise lie desire) to close out all noods in this line. WILL SELL IIUlJ iittj;; Z ft ii-- st H) iis K,. T- i TYLER, WE DO NOT LIVE REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENT. Special attention t'.voii lo the Helling of iteal KhUIo of all kinds; nnd ropresoniH a full lino of the heat and most reliable Fire Inaiir niice Oomp.ii.iPH doing hiiHineHH In the Stalo, and that 'Old Knllutiln" MUTUAL HH.VHKIT hlKK INSUKANOK .00., that has already li.iid out largely over $100,000 Life Insurance in. Hickman and vlclni-ty- , and Is Issuing tho cheapest and best policy of any regular Lffo Ii.Hiirauco Oompaiiy doing hiiHiueaH In tliis oountry, Ho hoIIoUh your pntroiiau'c. Call and hoc him. FOREVER !3 OLID f1 mv Oliioauo TimeH-Herald- . Too Xifineroiis To Mention. school-teache- r, The Hussion Kmbassiulor at Wnshiugton is auquaintu'l with QWj ton SJ'" tho I'hllipiiii.eii and believes the EOPLE SOLID population muuh larger limn tho Spaniards over estimated it at Waiting until "byo and byo" to mako homo cozy is merely a way of lonst 12 000.000, instead of 8,000,-00saying you never Intend to. Hight American opinion Just at now is tho timo to oujoy tho prosont leans to tho view that wc bought moro people than wo barGOOD THINGS OF LIFE. gained for 0. it 'M,ajestic" Cooking Ranges, The Best in the World ! You 'an ii n I iTIiike a niNtakn la Buying Oae of these Ranges! IN FUEL! lifo-tlm- e 0th-8t- H. S. BHBTAXID. THE HICKMAN COURIER, (leorgo Warren. HIUKMAN, KY., FJtlAY,t : : i JUIjY Fall F.lfHIonx. TIiIh n Council Irot!celii)( riMio rou 5fiiT uckisk i tooth. .V 7, IBOO. Local and Personal. Hhoositt SHAW'S. Ledford and children are visiting in Fulton. Dr. J. T. linker, of Joucslxiro, Ark., Is visiting in Hickman. Mrn. Jno. Witting, jr., is visiting her parents in Maiden, Mo. YjflU attention to Hunlwaru slid t goods at ShawV. f Hlokinunltcs A big delegation tiKik in the celebration at Fulton, MonMrn. T. A. HiM-cli- thly. Mm. A. J. (.'laywcll and lit tits sou, Andrew, am visiting relatives lit I)y trsburg, Tenn t Tim Woman's lyjnal KighU ion will meet with Mm. Iolu Keeves, thin evening at !i o'clock. Akm-clu- Miss Mai Grace nntl ltttlo brother. Osour, of Littlu Hock, Ark., art) vinlt- lug their cousin, Mrn. Joanna isrticr. Hing up W' when you want fresh Itolln, Dnad, Fruits, Nuts and Candies. Mr. A. F. K.istwood got something near tlfi.oouof subscription for thu levee up in Kentucky. Lake Uo. Pros. Mr. Alfred MoD.itiiol will probably leave this week for Tampa, Fin., where ho ha made arrangements to outer busi- IA. - ness. Mm. Hay H. Klcmmlug, widow of thi Into Klder Fleming, is v I k i t I u g relative uud friends in Hickman and vicinity. The first rottou hlootii of tho season wa presented tlin Courier hut week, raised on tlui Dodds farm by I'oto Don- uIiImui. IteTinihlo free, on yt-T- hii Oel your eye tested at tho Old Johnson's Opthalmotor tho tlnost in town. railroad authorities have agreed, M wo nro Informed, to repair tho tunnel connecting Hlekinau wuter works with the river. Tho damage "to tunnel is supposed to have Is'en caused by the railroad. Mrs. IVescilln Noouon. widow of the late Ham Noouon, of near Cayoo, law, U. died, at the homo of her soii-iII. Scott, in Fulton, last Friday. The funeral nud burial took place at Hush Creek, Satunlny. The women of Syntonic, Kansas, Iiavo decided to wear trousers instead of skirts, bloomers, or other female covering for the iedul extremities, owing, as they wiy, to tho severe winds prevail, uig there, Such notion would crealo ijulto a breexu in any town. ' Tim) ImI TetunwMH) letrlidntnro iwui. sl law which compel every butcher in tlio mat to keep a rigid rcconi or 4noh head of cattle v ho buys for market. He shall take n full description of tho cow, such ns color, weight, height, and any peculiar marks altout the body of tho cow. n gjt llicKMA, Kv., July 11,1, IPyoitr tho November Hoot-ioCouncil met in regulsr urtnititi. S''8' ll'roin Tho Now Orleans Times Doin.) will full nti tho 7th or the enl, Mayor Dillon, Coiincllinoti Sc"n. 'An ailvertiHcr Iiiih to slick to month. lili'Ctimifl will occur in I'nvii, Cowglll aiil TliOMipnon. The uilniilfs of the IahI mrellnre the truth in'Soulli Atuoiica," Hiiiii cloven HtutcH. In nix Oovoriiors rnel, nppriivcil ntnl nineil The lollowlnf! ncoounts were irt'JBleil the repreHeiilalive of a.latfje will lie cIiohoii Mississippi, Ken properly spproveil, which, on mow" concern. "I know that I O W II, IllCky, MllNHIIclltlHHUltH, wfre hIIowciI mid otiecki orik're(lU"e'' Ht't'ins inctediblo, but ItHiibholuto-l- y Ohio and MaVilantl. lor he runoiiMln: S MisblHslppI will elect u Demo A. C. IIoIihcm, mskliiK pltl of wnfli true. Some years nyo a dealer oi)i on Carroll etreel, (!t lit 111.(1 MllNHItCllUHHOtH n Kept)!)- Jp, fteut out an asMorted lot of patent liciiti. Tho result in Iown in ex- John Wilson, ntieml dinger light, 1 )0 pected In fit v or KeiMibllciuiH, but W. L. MvCiitcbeu, ctreet pay roll! 'J,,J medicines to an American urgent for Juno, at Santiago (Jlilli. Amoiii: the the size of tho majority ih iiii On motion, the Si reel Commlllcujb rM" stuff was n it of toothache droits inattor lor conjecture, lo the end of llio sower pi tiooti nltiu from corner of tho hotel coDiecl which were warranted on the botiin tho practice linn long ewer, and lo hsri'die tle to cure the worst case of toothninotiK polltictil Htiiticliius to con. with the railroad tho tlupol olenncd "ffrom Alder it an mi index of the ilrllt of piur U inordered of tho Council that the ache iu ten miiiuteu. Here no by ll public opinion in the Middle Went. county be nrnnlo.l the tine of the C.iy body would take such an usscr IIowocr, its Its population Ih Hull for the purpose of holding lis courts, tioii serious'y, but down there it Is largely u farnilnc one, nntl as trust free of clmrje, until further action of different. The first man who bought a bottle made an applicadepredations have Iiupii deeply the Council. diOn felt by that class, thu party that rected motion, the Street Committee,!! or tion and pulled out IiIh watch. lo uncertain wliot paTenteSt. Iiiih been nurturiiiL' trustH so ial sidewalk, need reptlrinK, and report die When the ten minutes had elaps palily uiucu it ciitne Into power is MAino lo the City Clerk Iu or.lur tKitJue oil nud his tooth continued to ache liable to u Hovete, rebuke. Iowa noilee be nerved upon the ownerstof Ike he was furious anil at once had property s'ljtcent. Iiiin twice KJvou a democratic mathe agent arrested. The poor fel- The .St mot Comni(ttee, In cotnplbnce 'low was in recent yearn. fined 1,000 nud sentcnujority reported ilit with former instructions, An lo three other Miiton, there the lowest ii J best bid received for filll "C eil to three months iu jail. Thro' Ih scant doubt that the democrats up the wnibout on Currol Street wni bid the efforts of tho American (Jon-- I will carry Kentucky, ns two years by .Mr. John King wood for ihe i'uo of Mil tho imprisonment was knock-the 1200. Ou motion, lino It wiib carried bj McKinley Street Committee is lite Chairman if l,,e ed off, but hoMiad to pity tho flue, dlrcoted to plurality with all the bid of Mr. Kinifwood, nd have ccrl by only 200 contract mill it broke him uu In business. resources of hoodie and fraud to or agreement nude in conformity ltl That story is absolutely true, as aid the Republicans; Maryland the plain and itccificaliona furnlshtl bj can be testified to by a dozen poo-- ' plo now in the city. It Is said to will probably return to the Demo- Mr. A. C. Holmes, Civil cuRineer. Mr. M H. Shaw proposed to tell the fancy the effect on commercial cratic column, while in Ohio where wlflcb crop of Cypres there Ih fierce factional hostility ciljr a lotwas referred lumber, Street Com. circles jrenerally if such a law was osilion lo the 'enforced in the United States. riiuiuc In the llcpuhiicnii ranks, uilttre. f the issue may end in a DemocratThe Cily Treasurer presented the following report for June: ic victory by a small majority. f OK.NIKAI. KUNI) ACCOUNT. New York and New Jersey will Buggies! SI2I.S5 Buggies! May report, elect legislature. The Demo- To balance, from City Clelk, 19 0) crats have a wIiiiiIiil' chance in Am't ree'd from Tom Dillon, jr., H 77 ' " each of these statcu. In Virginia jcot.o; utitl Mississippi, the leisliituien Totnl, to be elected will choose each a Ily checks, tc , paid, Democratic Senator. Nebraska Unl lo credit this fund, f .10! 65 will elect a Supreme Judge and HAIL ACCOUNT. CITT Pennsylvania will elect a State May report. $IU9 TrenHurer and throe Supreme To balance, from Cily Clerk, 41.10 ree'd auiii:. alio n a I Ktliicntloiial .Meolliu,'. Association NOTICE! Notico Is hcroby given to all parties or persons performing lalsir or furnishing for material tho building or completion of tho hotel now under construction in Hickman, Ky., whero tho Laclcdo hotel stood, that I will not bo responsible to thorn for any work dou or inatcrinl furnished on or for said building, but they must look to tho party who employs them, or contracts with them for tho material. Tho Dickson Brick Co., contracted with mo to turulsh tho labor and material for said building and I have paid under said contract all that I am to pay until tho building is finished according to tho contract. And no mnn need look to mo for pay- ment of either labor or inatcrinl, except what I may bo owing under tho with said liriek Company upou scttlemeut with them. SETH CUKLIN. May 4th, 1899. con-tract ( Khip-pin- e I Mild Juno Sflth to July 8th inclusive, limited for return passage to Sept. Ith, 18!)0. Kcnervittious niatlo In through sleepers by any Mobllo & Ohio Ticket Agent, Los Angeles, Cat., July llth-- 1 Ith, 'Oil. Mobile Ss Ohio 11. It. will soil tickets to Los Angeles nud return, from all cou-noticket stations, at rate of ONK TIIK HOUND THIP, (plus FAKK 400 inemhership fee. Tickets will bo il f COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. Parry Mf'g Co , Pltifs, I I - I j i.Iu dgment vs. Alf. McDaniel. et ul , f'ts. Under and by virtue of tho Fulton Circuit Court, rendered iu tho above styled cause at Its May term, 18M, nil parties holding claims iigalnst tho defendant, Alfred McDaniel. on Oct. 2fith. 189S, aro hereby notified and required to prove samo ns required by law, and BRIGHT, DR. file same with me or my deputy oa or before the first day of September, 1809, under thu penalty that all such claims not so proven ami tiled with mo or my 2ja deputy by that time to be barred. W. P. TAYLOlt, Master Commissioner F. C. C. Uy Tom Dir.i.o.v, Sit.. Dop. M. O. F. C C. Ollico over Wilson's Book Store, My Deputy can be found in his ofllge, Holcombo Building, ou tho corner of Jackson tind Koutucky KENTUCS HICKMAN, streets, Hickman, Ky. j I W. K. PHYSICIAN. - j I Bread IS THE Bi'Ari' ur ijirr,i ti . . . AND TO OET . . . m t I GOOD FRESH BREAD OO TO THE m ' Hew JOA. City Judges. are bound up in the Pennsylvania election. St. Louis Uepublic. Senator Quid's fortunes Ain't Men .40 ily checks paid In June, 31. CO 30jc9 Bread, Calces and Pies Baked Daily ! 1 1 Iliniriilt Work Kspcclnlly Solicited. Our new jeweler, Ohns. Ueavis, is to ulve iM'rfect vat isf. let ion ill all repair work oiitrnstitl to him. Kytw pre-tuire- MtXJ AUTI3KH d No change In Wnler and Light, or Cot-le- ttwtetl fret. WtioN'rt Hook & Jkwiii.uv Stoki: W. C. Johnson, Treia. The Supt. of Water and Lii;hlTplH Qlel the following report for the miuiSij of To bond account. Tropical and Domestic Fruits, Fine Chocolates and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, Railroad Elevator June: hit, in Treasury, June Ain't collected in June, lt, i Buggies! Wo have just received a -- 11 Kngineer Tnibue wasiu Hickman ou Total, Monday, with liU con of assistants, Ain't paid out lu June, 2W.S0 making a survey of tho detsjt grounds 2ll.(l' with the p u r p o h e of constructing a balance in Treasury, July 1(1, railroad elevator for the handling of The Cily Marshal Med his report fir. river freights. The largo river businees V here the past season lias encouraged tho To laxea colleoled, mllnMit liiuuuguiiU'Ut to innkii tblu " fines collected,; -- n"x Tho ground iu front of thu depot is to bo raistsl two feet and cov.!! w ered with rock shells. This work will for which he hat Treasurer's recrlpt.4' add much to toward Kiautifyiug the On motion, Council adjourned. Hickman dcitot. W, ami KKSTAUHANT iu connection. Came See Us 1 VCE CREAM PARLORS ICE COLD DRINKS served Telophouo 99. LARGE Or I ASSORTMENT J from our Arctic Fount. Til -- wv. p Inct Aggies, af tho Latest Designs. Also, a lot of Wo aro, also, Agents for the celebrated YOUNG MEN'S STew City Bal&ery. HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS Jt2HTVUT-,T!lIH:- At! cut, i L. McCutchk.v, ...... ,, C. V Key. J. W. HlacLiirtl, I). II. .. thu Methodist Church at Trenton, will Iki glad to learn that ho is a I). I). That degree was conferred on him a few days s College, of since by tho Georgia, one of tho foremost Institutions of learning iu that State, and wliOdU enrollment was over 100 last year, Dr. lilackanl is Secretary- of the Memphis Conference Hoard of Kdtica-tloand Is one of the leading ministers of the conference. Hu was reansl iu Jackson, and educated at the S. W. 11. University. Thu Whig congratulates Our venerable Dr. Hlackanl on his new title which .Mr. Cristopher Ledwldge, is dangerously ill, nud, nt this writing, not expected camo that time to the right man. Jackto live He ititrcred from a stroke of son Daily Whig, Juno 211. paralysis this week, in addition to his iutJiemlly enfeebled condition from age. & days he was an active In IT incti Has the nicest, iliindueAs man, and known far and near Come and get you one. They people who traded at Hickman. tto the are good gotsls, ami so cheap. 'The saw mill Indonglug to the Three States Lumber Co., which was Dr. STh Cavitt sitnnUvl seven miles west of Point Pleasant, was destroyed by lire at an Dr. 11. II. Cavitt, a prominent citl early hour last Saturday morning. The .on and physician of Obion County, iin, it is thought, broke out from the boiler from tile floor which had caught died in Union City, lust Friday mornseveral times before There was no ing. He had been an invalid for sevnight watchman employed. Loss !l,dUO. enil years, and Ids death was no surprise to liis many friends. As u I) loaves Ureatl for 25c. hu was well known and stood high ; COlojtves Hread for 1 1. 00. neigh. Voironio home industry and save fn)in ami in, tlie Crystal and Claytontho "beIsirhood ho wits truly olnsMtl as 'JO to :i(o on tho dollar, at thu New City loved physician." Hu was a man of Jlakiry. much usofuliiivt, an active, iiiteligeut Tiptonvlllol'n'ss: Will Hillanl.tlie worker and udvitor. Hlessod to his negro who killwl his wife last fall is to memory. be hung in Lake county, July 28th. W. W. Cochran was Hillard's lawyer, and .Married at 1'iillon, did everything in his power to make Hillard's sentence lighter, but tho SuAs announced, the marriage of Mr. premo Court has continued this court's (. Harvey Wick and Miss Gertrude decision, and now Sheriff Corlew will Ketcliam was solemnized this morning have ouo of the most unpleasant tasks at 11 o'clock at tho resilience of Kltbr that has yet befallen him. J. H. Wright, Klder Wright ollleiating. only the family and a few friends being A tin peddler, out in the country, present, says thu Fulton Lender. intulu u deal with a farmer's wife. The peddler boat tho woman out of H cents Conic Forwitrtl ! on her old rags anil 17 cents m, her old ami scran Iron. She worked olf rubbers All persons indebted to O. A. on tho peddler two tloen bad eggs at 1 aro notified that they must comu cents per dozen, and put two pounds of lieu feather ill n sack of gooso fonthers forward and sottlo. Delays nro Vcrbum Sapioutl. that aha sold tit 40 cents per pound. Tho question for our youthful mutlicinuti-emu- s Money Is Not All. to tlocldo ia whloh ouo wiu ahead ou thu deal. Ex. Gen. Leonard Wood goes buck gW" A largo lot of Ladies Shoes nud to complete his splendid work of that must bo sold ro Ladles Slippers gnrdless or cost. I have too ninny nud renovating the province of Santisalago ut his lkigftdlor-Genernl'want to reduce my stock In that Hue, H. U. Amueiki. ary of $6,000 a year, tleuliulug au Young-Harrirefn-shiiieu- Over 'M years oxjhticiico in returning line wutones nud clocks. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. H. W. HlTK. There will be u Itarlioano nt Urovos School House, two miles from Hickman, on Orenburg road, on Tuesday, July IHth. I'ieiity of good hnrlccuc4i meats, of all kinds, good baud of music, dancing and other amusement. Kvery-UstClood order will be preserved Invited. J. U. Gainer, T. J. Johu-sonud Sum Cole, managers. fellow-eountynui- fjW Tho host of friends of the Hey. J. W. Hlackanl, a Jackson boy, now pastor of iiuiuitiuics. i.. jj FINE HARNESS. i 1835, mo rnco tor congress next jitar will be a lively one in this district y u u if tho gentlemen whose names ire mentioned conclude to en tr, OLIVER AND VULCAN PLOWS, which there is hut little do bt AOMKiintl DISC HAHKOWS, that they will. Hero nru some of and everything that goes with a first- them, the rust will appear In sr class Implement House. noxt issue: Call ami see us Charles K. Wheeler, Ollie, Jim es Hal. Oorbett, Sam Grossbind, Jfi. i). tiarncii, ijick tHigg, ,ioo tij Hobliliis and John K. Iiondriqk I'aducah Loador. SANDERS &. REEVES. ! Hoosier and Kentucky Drills r 1 . .. ft.M SfeSl r TOM DILLON. ( Sr., Prop'r. Itmg, dfc'd.) Siiccior lo B. ('. 0 : Marble and Granite Monuments STONK WORK of all Kindu, IRON FENCING, &c, j.jLv,rfci 1 1 1 ... N w. E?r,rrac3SS feFI c. tiiAj y ante-ls'llui- n Sanders reeves HUti-(HK- mmwtm I kedferd & Regers 0 WANT TO SELL YOU y n l jr FUTURE! citl-7.e- u 1m Sl GROCERIES, Fxesft Meats, Hardware, Queensware, .1 'S aLii WHEN HUVING SHOES, remoinber that the 1're.v out isn't near us long as tho Future. SHOES should bo bought with a thought to their wearing qualities, both from the service and appearance points. zrpSX TY0UR Hay, Oats, Bran, Lime, and Cement. DOOFL OUR SHOES are so constructed that tf get tho proper size and shapo for your foot th y'll bo entirely satisfactory, and m PRICES WILL PLEASE YOUV OUR STORE you'll get tho SHAPE ami SIZE that's right, or you don't get the Shoes. THE WISE MAN may be otherwise when It conies to buying Shoes. When wo advertise 11.00 Black ami Choc. Calfskin and Vicl Kid Shoo, which excel nny thing wo know of nt tho price, wo dou't menu you to expect tlio to Btick out all over tho Shoe, It is tho BEST SHOE for 3.00. yiicular People. have their clothing made to measure and should know that we have the sole agency in this city for the matchless productions of 1 Hoi-comb- o dint-gerou- s. J. L. GATZERT & CO., Chicago, engaged exclusively for more than Thirty Years in Fine Tailoring, WE MAKE THEM SATISFACTORY. WE nro making VEHY LOW PRICES 011 a wttyn, thu business liouses Kouorally closed, tjulto a nuiuber wont to the political jollllleatloii at Fulton,, some pic- the glorious 4th in many and various Tho people hcreabout.i celebrated nicked ut Combs' springs, and several other parties at sovend other places, nud perhaps thu larger portion formed llsli; tug parties ou tho Hainby. At present writing, our reporting confirm a nluasaut mid lumpy time witli nil, but what later reports may bring iu from the ditl'er-ou- t camps romiiliiH to bo heard, offer to become President of (lit) st root railway system at &U),flOO a year. ills explanation of llio tuattor is that ' money is not tho only think' in thu world." This is the speech of a sane mull and it sound patriot. It rooulls tho reply o( tho groat soiontlsl AgtiBBiK lo a templing offer for a luoturmc tour; ' I have uo tune to tuako tuonoy.'' i i i LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN'S OXFORDS AND SUPPERS Wo have to cltwo these out to niako room for our large and htiok of Fall and Winter Klioes. We'll give you tlio best and mast stylish Oxfords to bo hud for well-selected $1.50. Jii S1101 L, V S mm mm r0 We cordially invite our friends and the general public to favor us with a call and Smscd SuVuiTVa immense line of Kettrt 3aVV aTv&"0'uUv S&YtvpUs from which we are prepared to make to order Elegant Suits, 3Y H S BIGE & HHYLflfi. ! We Guarantee Absolutely to Fit and Please You in Every Respect, f Handsome Overcoats an Stylish Pantaloons i )' v l oms T?ossci '"PvXces wfmmv"i'iispiF W TO GOSSIP IS A SIN. trouble! It'i simply outrageous that our neighborhood should be disturbed Dr. f The Courtesy of the Unme. "To whnt nttrlliute the honor of thlscall?" "A pair of nccs." Clcv eland l'lnln V MoKIuley was elected president In Drnler. without being rude, and then thoy II The New York Press, w hich is uucom "What made jou piny Mint piece . ..II III! . .....1 mi Ullll II. i .... ll mi. Claues II Anionic Hie World's deratnut t iroinllngly republican and therefore lSOu through the influence of the money ignln? 1 didn't call Mint applauseover iuin tm-- uiic, mm an ennrgennie wiin political prejudice power. that one, nnd nil about the other 0 es! Vlllnlnlrs More llnruiful Than Trusts poured out W money neces- encore." "Wh.v, the music wns inurked and they talk, talk, talk, talk, talk ta 'ju Its comments, takes exceptions to the Open SlnnUrr-- A Dcatrujer tirntitititii. nj C. ......011 lit After awhile they go nwny, leaving t fciv.v... V.. vani.ii.i. li. UCUUIUI ll...u- - sary to buy votes to thn extent of nt 'Hepeat.' "Philadelphia llulletin. IlilllllU of Uotttl Entiles. Not n Party. -- Ada"Wusii't titers ' changes hi civil services least $.1,000,000, us admitted b, repubplace looking like n barnyard after tlfCRnl,"nK some talk of Miuido iniirrylng a duke?" l w.V" he "will not find lican lenders, nnd it Is believed by Intel.,,'0 loxesnuil the weasels hnve been nrounf; (Copyright, 1S99. by Louis Klopsch.) here a w lug, nnd there claw, and vol' "inui'lf '" 'i'oril w it li Independent and ligent democrats that tlvo times that Dolly "Yes; but you see the duko didn't say anything about It." n sum was expended. der an eye, and there a crop. Hovvtlifc1'" lk'ilu '"'-'t.In this discourse Dr. Tnlmnge vigorI'he PiessiiduiPs that the "step hack Ninth American, One of tho lending features of the do make the leathers Hvl ously arraigns one of the great cil Cold lllooded. "la It true, dnrllng, llather than the defnmtlon of gold 'm" ,,1,K, l" iir.douseofusiiiuitd to campaign was tho cflorts of the army that lime cursed the world and urges g names It seems to me It would be altni It Kt,,r"n " presidential nomination, the of commercial travelers, known collo. Mint j on gave the minister $i for generous interpretation of the characus?" "Yes, but keep It to youras honorable and useful If vou just to A '''"''"i8' viewpoint being unanimous qtlliuly us drummers, to secure ballots ters of others; text, Komnns 1:29, vnn never so swindled In my "Full of cny, murder, debate, dectit, everything that happens. Thei cure tel- u bo of matehis In jour pocket audi n the question. Hut, it declares, "those forMcKlnloy, the alleged advance agent self. ephone nnd telegraph wires reaching razor in your hand and go through tl ivliu nre interested in the republican of prosperity. What lownnl has boon roit I'ree Prow. w hispcrers." malignity t from the! ears from other viewpoints than the given to MUh nrtny of drummers for A Horn Fighter. Johnson "Morl'aul was here calling the long roll of neighborhood.. to all the houses In the streets and see how innny houses yj Mci.tiiH' reg.ud the getting of votes sen Ioch rendered? Thrj have no tnste for can uiirii uowu null now many tlironl mon .Inko would ruthor fight Minn ent, the, world s villainy, and he puts in the the polls to elect candidates ns of The answer to this question mny b I dobolieu'," Hill "Pnrdner.Miatnln't ' midst of this roll those persons known healthy news, but for the svraps and vou can nut. That is not a much vvor peelings thrown out of Hip sculler Into business. The destruction of a m J i.vier importance to the party nnd found in the testimony before the In half of it. Jlo'd druthcr fight than Iti all cities and communities and places uiitr,) than getting lichgates to vote dustrlul commission of p. y the back yatd they have croat avidity. name is worse than the destruction beas whisperers. They a:u so railed Dowo, drink." IiidinuaollM Journal. convention j0 nominate candidates. president of the I'ommorclulTrnvolors' cause they generally speak undervoioe On the day when there is a new scandal nus uio. a woman enme. in confession: Youthful Lover (sighing) "it is not d while the 'step backward' can be nsBoclutlon. in tlie newspapers they have no time to to a priest nml told him that she na Tho figures ho Hihmittcd good for man to llvo ulone." The Ijuly , their hand to and in a confidential M.d to get delegates, It can huidly be Hhow that tho orgimlmtlon of tin "Very true, ami that's why It would the side of their mouth acting us n fun- go ab run I. On the day whn there nre ueen .sianuo.ring ner neighbors. T priest promised her absolution on cm j. le :o serve any other purpose than trusts hml resulted In throwing 83,000 bo so much bettor for you to go and nel to Keep the precious information four or five columns of delightful prie votes at the noils. salesmen out of employment and in re live with your mniuiiin." l'llcgonde from wandering into the wrong ear. vate letters published in n divorce case dltionofhet performing a p( nance. 11 ll.is New YorJc republican paper ducing tho salaries of 2a,tMR) They speak softly not because they she stavi, at home a .id reads aud reads jrave her thistle top nnd said: "Yo mon. lllaettor. 'Mhfullj sa.vs that the American President Howe cstimatod have lack of lung force or because thoy and rends. No time for her Bible that can take tlint thistle mid scatter tl "Say, Hill, Jne just naked the bos If that the an nre supporters of the civil serv- - nual loss to th salesmen on a hhe went nn are overpowered with the spirit of gen- day, but toward night, ltcrhans, she srds nil over the field count ol iio could gft oir o attend his biother's c principle, aiul it claims mny find thie to run out a little wMle itKt so and oame back. "Now," said tl be- - loss of employment that tleness, but because they want to esreductions iir f Hiiornl, un tho boss nv: '.Are o sure seof its championship of tlu keprin- - gregntcd Sirfl.ooo.OOO; andtho cape the consequences of defamation. and see whether there are anv new de priest, "gather up nil those seeds." Shi to If ain't n ball gnine?"W-well- , velopments. ,.ts the republican party has gained 000,000, nnd to the railroads. hotels, $2S. Joo, 'It's n kind o' coinblnnllon ilie said: "ican-t."Ah." hesaid,"! kmr If no one hears but the person $87,000,000, confidence nnd aid of thousands of hcouust of tho lo n very 3011 can't. Neither can you jrathcr ti Satan does not have to unto, and the offender be ar biothor's tho umjilro.'"- - Scrlbnor's. of patronage. r.s who otherwise were not in the sharp lookout for his evil dominion in the evil words you spoke about vim Perhaps tho cninmcrolnl travelers raigned, he can deny the whole thing, Puddy "IteuiHrkiiltlo euro. Mint case agist svmpathy wtth that neighborhood. Ho has let to neighbors." AH good men and all Irool that may now rogrot tliolr display of ieul In of Mrs. Hlank's." s for whisperers are alwavs Dmlily- - "Haven't take this "step linckvvard," tin 11, vti'ik behalf her the whole contract. She gets hus- women nave sometimes lind detractor! liars! of u man whoso election hnti hoanl nlmtit It. What wns II?" Puddy bands nnd wives Into a quarrel and after them. John Wesley's wife whist invito believers iu n better civil srv. caused loss of employment in Some people w hisper because they arc "She has recovered her voloo. You K;any to loot: elsewhere than to the cases n.id reduction of salurics in most know she hasn't been able to spook for hoarse from n cold or because they Wish brothers nnd sisters into antagonism, pored nbout him, whispered all ove executive for what they seek. to convey some useful information and she disgusts tlf pastor with the Hnglund, kept on whispering nbou cases. Mine yearn. They Induced hor to play iho "practical polities" urgunment, without disturbing others, but the crea- fiock nnd the flock with the pastor, and that good man as good n man ns eve In innklug hit statement, tho wituei-- u game of whist, and sho was tnlklng tures photographed by the apostle in she makes neighbors who before were lived and kept on whispering until thf ording to the contention of the New said: "Tho groat tobacco combine before she know It." Hoston Tranrk Press, might have a leg to stnnd throw connubial relation was dissolved. my text give muffled utterance from kindly disposed toward each other out nbout 3.OC0 salesmen; tho script. if the "practical jMjlitlcians" believed Jesus tlirist had these whisperer and critical, so when one of sinister and depraved motive, and someContinental Tobacco company tele LIGHTNING STRUCK it it was absolutely necessary to io- times 3011 can only hear the sibilant the neighbors passes by in a carriage nftcr Him, nnd they chnrged Him wit TVICE. graphed thcdlt charge they hisLi through their teef h nnd say: drinking too much nnd keeping bad ,mliuite MoKlnley, und that the oul.v the Halting Powder of 350 In one day : sound as the letter "s" drops from the tnwt has dispensed sible wa.v to scurc that rcnomlna-- n . wine bibber and thf tongue into the listening ear, the brief "Ah, wo could all keep carriages If we company. with till escrptlng half a doren men. I t.lnnl CntlitiMt noil 'I'rrr III II) ilr I'tirk, was b) the Ovtl service "step Iwick- friend of publicans and sinners." YoJ riilciiuu, .siirniiiilis o u Sre- hiss of the serpent as it projects its never paid our debts!" know of two salesmen discharged by rd." Hut the "practical politicians" tho When two or three whisperers get to- taku the best man that ever lived urn: venom. ii ml siruUt. trust who were formerly In the oni Whisperers are masculine and femi- gether they stir a caldron of trouble, pui a uetectivc on ins track for teif .tik It is n foregone conclusion that ploy of the C'evclnml Haklng Powder will lie renominated. To achieve tho Lightning ncvir strikes twieo In the nine, with n tendency to majority on which makes me think of the three i ears, watching where he goes nru: pose of "practical politics." savs the company, ono receiving a salary ot witches of "Macbeth" dancing around when he comes und with a detcrm'mn the side of those who are called "the ,0.0 a ,car, the other $1,300. Their ame spot, an; stiu old w, but MiBre ! ubllcan paper, "it was not necessary tion to misconstrue everything and tJ a giant vottonvvood In Hjilti Park that Whisperers are u boiling caldron in a dark cave: loids of creation." oacksluloon the civ II sen Ice question routes, with those of other dUehnrgint prove that thcru art CMirptt.uu to ull ui line lie goes here for a bad parpen Double, double, toll and trouble. heard at every window of bank cashier sacrifice the votes of civil service salesmen, are covered by ono ugeut at rules. and there for bad purpose, with thai Fire burn and caldron bubble. and nre heard in all cuuntingroomsns $lSn wook." s.nnke Fillet of a fn-determination of destrovin.'him.nt tin ' k," This tnv maud, on the south vjell ns in sewing societies and at meetIn 1SO0 the drummers had townrkfot In the caldron bol' and bake; ".here is sound sense in tills, ami it is end of the ten years he will be held dc-ings of asv lum directors anil managers. Kye of nevvt and toe of frog. strict between Cornell McKlnley under duress nnd in four of splcable In the sight of a great niuny r unendcd to the careful romhirn- Wool of I at and of doff. They are the worst foes of society, relosing their situations. Now a largo per avenue and the Illinois Central tracks. n of the delegates to the Ohio rcpub-Jra- n Adder's fork and blind vvorm'Bstlnr. people It is tiHiic than 40 jtrnrs old nml Uolc sponsible for miseries innumerable; cent, of them have Iteen disuhargoil LlzzntJ's le? and owlet's vine st.itc convention who so heartily If it is an outrageous thing to despoil of the tree moiMinhM of the nrighlxir they are the scavengers of the world, Tor a chsnn of powerful trouble. of what thoj did. Thoy will n man's character, how much worse is it ernneii.led the president for his "Judl- hood. Th lateJmlga John A. Jameson driving their cart through every comI.Iks a hell both boil and bubble. us modifications of the civil service bo heard from in 1WX). Chicago Djino to damage n woman a reputation? Yet Double, double, boll and trouble, built hi Ihuiitt nt the southwest corI hold up for your munity, and crat. burn ami caldron bubbl. that evil grows front century to cen- ir. s m en Mr promultrated." The Nw ner of I'tftj. third stiert and Cornell holy anathema and execration these Scale of dragon, tooth of wolf. tury, nnd it Is all done by whi'spera. A !jrk republican mper Is doubtless avrnutiln lti7. Tin re wan little or nothREAPING THE WHIRLWIND. whisperers. Witches' muraniv. maw and culf suspicion Is started. The net vvhis. gM when It sa.vs "tho mrty mutt suf-Ir- r ing In Hvdu Parkin tlmr dav; so little Of th ravln'd sa.t sea shark, from the frequency with which Faul ninre or h s now, und a groat deal Itrpulillriiti I'rnlrelliin lln llrituishl Mint the suburban service of the, Illi perer who gets hold of it stutes the susilake the gruel thick ard stark; speaks of them under different titles I Add thereto a tigers chaudron picion ns a prov en fact, nnd many a good swre later, when, more pressing que-- t nois Con ira I was only ono year old. I'lirlli I U l.rullluiulr conclude that he must have, suffered Kor the Irgredlent.s of our caldron. womnn, as honorable as your wife or irs having been disposed of, we arc and thr were only three trains, u ilnv somewhat from them. Ills personal Double, double, toll and trouble, rrull.. upon for n reckoning of th 'step your mother, has been whispered out of i seh way. On the Fire burn and culdros bubble. presence was very defective, and that street Cool It tvlthubabbooa'x blood. all kindly associations, nnd whispered :. .wrd.' " Cleveland Plain Denier. Havotneycr's statcuirnt that Mir side ho planted a row of cottouwoodi. made him perhaps the target of their Then the charm U firm nnd Rood. Into the Some people say there tariff is thcmothci oftnuttsli ( MtoinwMxU grow rapldl.v and take ridicule, and besides that he was a THE PHILIPPINE SITUATION. I not new, but It is true unmistakably, kmdlj to tho sandy soil along the lake bachelor, persisting in his celibacy this,would only change Shakespeare In is no hell, but if Micro be no hell for such . that uiuloiiltibly true. Protection Is ussuiu-lspollcr of womanly character It Tho tow Krqvt- Into grout trees, down Into the sixties Indeed, all the "witch" I where he puts thn word n u uir Ilftirt olnl .Vaslmllnllua" should put the word ''whis- high time that some phllantLro(v', Is flllb whlflt In, lltiinouiiinit.illiyjOmrkiir, trust evil nit 'Svay'ttirough and, some having fnlkd or SucrrJiil Coniiuril, Hut the begetter of dlsrnso. 'len .vonrs ago tho UrguTTof 7lfes . in their connubial designs upon him, perer." Ah, what n caldron! Did 3 011 build one! Hut there Is such placei; rSK.M7 J Ourrtllla Vr. ever get u taste of It? jave more re tnblished, nnd what a time they Mil! Ono republican organ which has ot great cnttonvvoods was struck by light, the little missionary was put under the spect for the jHor waif of the street have when nil the whispcr-r.- s get (Jjvve late been denouncing trusts in n Pick nlng. The Itolt seemed to be' In tin raKing nre of these whisperers. Jte Although the vvnr in the Philippines wirkian sense said rocfiitl.v that behind shape Of an enormous knife, for It slice; was no doubt a rare morsel for their that goes down under the gaslight with there together rehearsing things' Mr. McKiule.v'i never the democratic outirj against trust' oil a Inrgw strip of tho trunk for "C Kvcrlastlng carnival of mud. WtrclP fccandniization, and ho cannot keep his no home and no Mod for she deceives no 0110 as to what she Is than I have not for the uncomfortable surroundings having declared it -- the American peowas tliecoiuealed piotlte todfstrov the f et or more. Suoh a stroke would hnvt patience nny longer, nnd ho lays hold vigorous tree. Hut the for theae hags of respectable socletv vou might suppose the) would Mglao ple aro fighting and pav lug for it. Thcj principle of protect ion In our rercnue killed n ! of these miscreants of the tongue and nre therefore entitled to full nnd trust- - laws. Tlie democrats have never made Wg coltouvvood tree stood the blov gives them a very hard setting down in who cover up their tiger Uaws with u to get there. In that reglou where thev ......... .. l t nn IUIII.VIIIIIK - I. , .1 any "" UIIUII ..II U... ....... .nnPt..nltl... .V.- V .V""' Inrnrmnl tin matter bravely, rccovtrcd . (, my text among the scoundrelly and the fine shawl and bolt the hell of their UlC U.I I....1 .. I ...I .r .......I,!.. . 4IUIIU III at The, concealment about tho ltoglnniiig lug. Iu lime Micro und wnt on crow.a wim nothing InU have ulwnvs from heart with a diamond breastpin. Or W'tialilti, rtr... !........ .1.1 whisperers. ploltatlon by these murderous. "Envy, murder, debate, deIMIUIIIIIIIIUII til. a !...........! ...,V l.,....,.!l .l.t, .1 The work of masculine whisperers is t..l.l of their party history oppoid claa leg- long brown scar to provo the vMtntlon ceit, malignity w hispcrers." islation, nnd thu principle of pruttctiou of the deadl' blast from the shies. The lnw of libel makes quick and chiefly seen in the embarrassment of times they had to lie about them, but no ,jc,jC(j. A few days nut) the lightning came business. .Vow. J buimov Miore nre down there thoy can wiy the sorlt , i",embodies t!u tiKMt flagrant form ol stout grip of open slander. If I should hns now loftted for 130 elans legislation. 'Hum ngaln. Ilefore tho toll struck the loaves ' have always their neighbors daJM' or --Mar,,as In a plain way, calling you by name, hundreds of men here who at some time things possible 5 v, of v.V.i..,.,. '""Rfr Minn our war wcrw green 1..I.II.... .i IL'II 11 ii charge you with fraud or theft or mur- have been In business trouble. I will lll ...ii lilt; l tllll 1IMIMIV I, f ')'. with Spain. Wo hold, nftcr this period, the mostprotective tariff because that I yl the cottonwood hour every lenf and v. Within an wns undertake to say that in nine canes out crs. Semihcnvcn of scandal moagcr less of the pronounced form of legalised der or unclcnnlinrss, mornterritory than Spain occushrlveliHl. Some of tho leaves dried. up of ton It was the result of some, whisperstopping their gabble nbout their din pied and less than wc held In August of robbory. ing I might have peremptory docuWhen the republican party went be- and becumo blown. Kvur sign of vitalments served on me, and I would have er's work. The vv hispcrer uttered some bolical neighbors only long enough t last year. The rebel forces are. now ity hud dopnrted to pay in dollars and cents for the dam- suspicion in regard toyoureredit. You go up to the Iron gate and nsk some new more "troublesome" than at any former fore tho country mlwwiitlng n m)1Icv giant entinnwiwvd from thu tree. Vhe was dead. which takes from tho earnings o't sold your horse nnd carriage because coiner from the earth: "What Is tin tlitw. age I had done your character. Hut ( IniTt these creatures Fpokcn of in my text you had no use for them, nnd the whis- last gossip in thccltyon earth wherovvti - T,, uar has cost nenrly TOO men the many trlbuto for tho jioekcts ol left nrluuah, enough,v this Hits the no mark, 'len rats ngo tit light-rintho few, it planted iu our public morali perer said: "Sold his horse nnd car- it.,i tIO iiv..o "v-- . ust,u nre so small that they escape the line t l.ill..,t n '.nnun.l?..1 ifini,ni.-.- i left a groat wound Iu tlie trunk; iiuimiiivUi the false tenet Now, how arc we to war against thh l.l...., v,w.i $G3,0(H,000 1UWUU lll.llllllt:i tooth comb of the law. They go on, and riage because ho had to sell them, 'life It has cost in money, and is tlie consumer Mint It Is proper to force ot the trej lived. Thla timo thuiut'siio to pay tho manufacturci they go on, escaping the judges and the fnct that he sold his horse nnd carriage Iniquity which curses every community costing nearly $300,000 n day. Our on eorth? First, by refusing to listen losses in tin: fighting in Culm which re- n price bev nnd that derivable from com- Jgn of tho smallest punctilio; jet juries and the penitentiaries. The dis- s'.ovvs lm is going down in business." whs instantly killed. Chicago Inpetitive prollt solely to reward him for One of your friends gets embarrassed, to or believe n whisper, livery court of sulted In the surrender of Santiago trict attorney cannot find them, the ter Oceun. and you nro a little involved with him. the land has for a law and all decent the end of thu war with Spain and being In tho manufacturing business. sheriff cannot find them, the grand jury weie Tho republican party planted Mir cannot find them. Shut them oiT from The whisperer says: "I wonder if he oomtr.unitles have for n law that vou about 2rro killed and l.noo wounded Our Xn I ii ml (in Well Hun Itrjr. one route of perfidy, and they start on can stand under nil this pressure? 'l must hold people Innocent until the) losses iu Porto llico were three killed wind of protection nnd thu country ii Ttfn .venrs ago tho dally oapnoity ot reaping the whirlwind or trusts. another. You cannot by the force of think he is going down. 1 think he will arc proved gulltj. There is only on and 40 wounded. Mie itHturnl gns wells in the Hmllny Mr Ilavemeyornrgued logically when moral sentiment persuade them to de- have to give up." You borrow money person worse than the whisperer, and 0.) fields wns 20fl,oou,iioo foot. Now it 3. There hnve been sent to (ion. Otis sist. You might as well read the Ten out of n bank, and the director whispers that is the man or womnn who listens SS.000 men. Some 4,500 more are under he took the ground Mint the euro of the is down to it few million foot, and tho Commandments to a flock of crows, ex- outside about it, und after awhile the without protest, The trouble is, jou sailing orders. The president has de- trust oMI cannot liecffcctcd without pressure Is so low that tlie supply is its cnusc. Tho democracy pro- almost useless. Tills ,onr will mark pecting them to retreat under the force suspicion gets fairly stnrted, and It hold the sack while they fill it. '1 lie re cided, it is said, quietly to enlist Mn:3V eelver of the stolen goods is Just nn 000 volunteers he was authorized ly poses, If intrusted with power, to elim- the passing of untiiiul gas us a fuel in of moraj sentiment. They nre to be leaps from ono whisperer's lips to inate tho protection feature from our nil of northwestern Ohio. Tlie big pipe foi.nd everywhere, these whisperers. J whisperer's lips until nil the peo bad as the thief. An ancient writer !e congress to add to the nrmy for laws nml place tho tariff on u purely lines which carried gas to 'lolrdo, think their paradise Is a country village ple you owe wnnt their money and want clnrcs that a slanderer and n man who use. Tlf. revonuu basis. While dulng this It wlil hn, Sandusky, Nnrwalk and many of about 1,000 or 2.000 people whero it right nwny, and the business circles receives the slander ought both to be 4, According to the best expert tesattack trusts with every form of remeeverybody knows everybody, but they come around vou like a pack of wolves, hanged tho one by thu tongue ami the timony It will take from 100,000 to mtillerphiees are fust being abandoned also are to be found in large quantities and, though you had assets four times other by the ear nnd I agree wili troops to subdue, the Filipinos ami dial legislation dorlv able from thu fed- nml tho pipes tnkon Up. Tho pump statin nil our cities. more than were necessary to meet j'our him. hold the principal points in the Islands. eral nnd stnto functions of government. ion- of the Northwestern Natural Oct When you hear something bad nbout St. Louis Itcpuhlic. They have a prying disposition. They liabilities, crash went evurythlng. company are shut down, ns are thosnuf 5. 'flic rainy season will soon put an lock into the basement windows at tho Whisperers! Oh, how much business your neighbors, do not go all over ami the city of Toledo, which cost tho mo end to campaigning. "Fifty per cent, ask about it, whether it is true, and POINTS AND OPINIONS. tables of their neighbors and can tell men have suffered! nlclpallty $1,500,000. The. gas would of our men will he incapacitated by jut.t what they have morning nnd night Sometimes In the circles of clergy- scatter it nnd spread It. Yon might ns sickness and the territory overrun will have lasted many years longer If In the When tho president has time he lo cat. They can see ns far through n men we discuss why It is that a great well go to n smallpox holpitnl nnd taKe have to be nbandoned; Manila will bo In yearn of Its discovery It had not will oblige n good many keyhole ns other people can see with n many merchants do not go to church. a patient and curry him nil through the a state of siege again." This is tlie tes- plaining why he delnjed people b) ox boon wasted. The famous Krag woll, community, nsking people If they rwiillv door wide open. They can hear conver- I will tell you why they do not go to overhauling piohiihlythc greatest gus mincer timony of Dr. McQuchton, late of Oon. pi cvtr sation on the opposite side of the room. church. Ity the time Saturday night thought It n case of smallpov. That Otis' staff npil health olllcer of .Manila. the civil service so long If the country opened up, wns allowed to burn linenn was suffering under Its rules. Kansiu would be'very bad for tho patlentar.il Indeed, the world to them is a whisper- comes they are worn out with the anUned for mouths at u time, millions of 0. The president's pence commission City 'lime?. ing gallery. They always put the worst noyances of business life. They have for all the neighbors. Do not i etnil slim liiu total failure, owing largely to feet going to waste dally. All through Its InaMark Twain should hurry home the natural gas belt, In the construction on everything. had enough meanness practicuj upon ders nnd whisperings. Do not make bility to consider any terms except unearly da.v s of nnd hustle if he wants to ictalii his tho craze, Some morning a wife descends Into them to set their whole nervous system yourself the inspector of warts, and the conditional tho streets were II thy great surrender and ubbolutu sub- position as the great supervisor of carbuncles, and thn coml the street, her eyes dnmp with tenrs, American humor torches, the flames from which somemissioner for street gutters, und the mission to the "sovereignty of the 1st. Some republican wrote an anti times nnd that is a stimulus to (he tattler and I think nmong the worst of Hi: flared up United States." trust plank for the Ohio plntform.-Oimi- liu Chlciigo Tribune. 30 feet into the ulr. is enough to set up a business for three nru those who gather up nil the holder of stnkes for a dog fight. Cnn it This is not a pleasing picture. It Is or four weeks. "I guess Mint husband harsh things that hnve been said about be that you, an immortal mnn; Mint nnd wife don't live happily together. I you and bring tlicm to yw n'.l the you, an immortnl woman, can find no neither "benevolent assimilation" nor Having observed the satisfactory 'I'"" Consi'lilritf, conquest. apwonder If he hasn't been nbuslng her? things said against you, or against better business thun to become a gut- successful Of u foolish It has all the.end- and beneficent influence of the spoils "Here's a queer tulo from Tennesnnd futile nnd pearance It's outrageous! He ought to lie youc family, or against your style of ter Inspector? s.stoni In army management and op- see of u family of tl that has Its home, Heslde that, at your family table ab less guerrilla war. If Mr. McKlnley can eration, President McKlnley considered Hi a hollow tree," said tho woman He ought to be brought up business. They gather them all up, and who "crush thu insurrection by an over- It Ills solemn before the church. I'll go right over to they bring thern to you; they bring low no detraction. Teach your children whelming' force," duty to begin tho break Is alwa.vs Interested iu strange stories as his supporters nre Ing to speak well of others. Show them Mie my neighbor's and ;'ll let them know them, to you In the very us alio looked up from her paper. down of thu entire merit svhtcm. woist sbnpe; urging him to do, it is manifestly thu I about this mntter." She rushes in nil they bring them to you without &uy of difference between a bee and n wasp "How would aou like such a homo as of wisdom for him to do so. There uciroit lice Toss. out of breath to a neighbor's house and the oxtenuntlng circumstances, nnd the on gathering honey, the other part Mr. Depovv niiikes n center shot Mint, Willie?" Inquired the woman's hoi.or nor says: "Oh. Mm. Allear. have ou henrd after they have made your feelings nil thrusting n sting. I rend of n l.imily is neitherunnecessary profit iu permit when he declares that trusts ccntrallti husband, turning to his son und heir. and where they kept what they cnlltd "A ting this Hie dreadful nevisV Why, o'ur neigh-bo- raw, very raw, they take the The boy shook his head. this brine, this Slander Hook," nnd when war lo drag on into another year. X. ty, eont.ol of wenlth, That, of necessinny slanderpoor thing, enme down off the turpentine, this rqun fnrtis, and "Too onuy to get hold of u switch," ho must raise prices, reduce wages and rub it ous words were uttered In the hoiist Y. World. sreps in n Hood oJ tears, 'flint brute In with n coarse towel, promote Idleness. His declaration that answered, us his mind reverted to hoiiio and rub It In un- about anybody or detraction of a husband has been abusing her. til it slnkH to this bone. They mnkcyou uttered It Tho censorship ov er telegraph there is nt present a uontrnry effect will ni' the little controversies ho hud hud was nil put down In this book. The lilies nt Manila is .we of tho develop- not be commonly ncceptcd. Doth Mr. with Well, it's just ns I expected. father. Chicago Post. saw the pincushion In which they thrust all book wns kept cnrefnlly. For the (list ments of our ncvvlmperlnl form of gov llnnnit and Mr. Dcpew mo npologctio him the other afternoon cry smiling the sharp things thwy have ever hard A Tn-l- e (or tin II llilion-- . and very gracious to some one who about you. "Now, don't bring me Into few wvks there wete n grnt many ernment which Is particularly signlfl nnd explanatory in their treatment of "Jiiiiiiiio," hiqulreii Mio neighbor boy smiles bnck. and thougl t then I would the scrape. Now, don't tell anybody I entries, but after awhile there were no AnX. A careful seriitiuv of nil mall nnd tho trust subject. Their pleas are in entries nt nil. Detraction stopped In if lcgraph matter going Into the Philip avoidnnce. Mr. Depovv has furnlshen through the fence, "wlintclubUlt your just go up to him and tell him he had told you. Let It be between and better go home nnd look i.fter his wlfo me. Dou't Involve me in it you all." Mint house! old. It would be n good pines Is entirely proper, and as our ivy n conclusive reai.oii why trusts will be iiiiiw'h just Joined? 1 heard her uskln' nt thing to hae a slander book in all occupies the coast and our forces have, n fighting Issue this yenrnnd nextyeur. my maw to join, too," nnd family, who probnbly at that very They nggravnte you to the point of households. "I don't know, but from the way ahe'a the cables In ihclr possession It can eas- He linH been nine were upstairs crying their eyes enough to express and then they out. un, .Mrs. Allenr, do have jour lius- - not, sing psalm tunes! wonder you canHut why is ninklii' me nml They turn you Heaven punishes the bad and prove ily be maintained. ruthlessly the out- the great dancer to thu pcoplo Mie think It must bethe Bcrvants work I hand go over aid put an end lo tliU on a plt be u drlviu ulub." Debound matter t,o cut to lalslm; of prici.a ml thu lowering t lore a hot fire and the best. Drydca. pieces?--Pltt- sl urgh Post. troit Free 1'ress. wanes. Cincinnati Enquirer. Talmage Denounces the Practice of Whispering of Evil. In this way! It's awful!" The fact is that one man or woman set on tire of tills belli. h spirit will keep a whole neighborhood a. boil. It docs not require any very great brain. The chief requisition is that the woman have a small family or no family at all, because if she hav a large family then she would have to stav at home nnd look after them. It Is very important that she be single or have no children at all, and then she can attend to nil the secrets of the neighborhood all the time. A woman with a la fam ily makcii a very poor whisperer. It is nstonlshing how these whisperers gather up everything. Thevv know why you are not absorbed In grnthtffle to incut necnusc they turn 3011 on a. spit TRUTHS BLUNTLY TOLD. Vlevri lloueM Ilea imlillcnna. lo- - DRUMMERS DISCHARGED.- Worker for McKlnlor l Aru Now Without cuiintlon. 11)0 PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. may 1 Peddlers of night shadel Lanada thistlel Peddlers of nu vi Icul Sometimes they get vou in c tier where you cannot very well csei II I'cddleai feuntor lliuitia'a ItepuiltnU'il CI II fleet loo Win ()i jn 1 11 rc " Phlla-dolphi- mar-r.vln- 1 1 life."-Det- v . 11 'r v " whls-peie- d kp llrst-clas- ot p-r- ty. -- p.-e- -t s over-suspicio- 1 1 11 1 wM-- of l Piftv-Miir- i! to-.g- uf 1 to-da- y 11 Flflv-lhlr- d . y 1.I101-0- - 11 7 I 1 I own-congr- ess 4tl-tli"--- ht . "t-v- ll I i... I op-Me- d I g tfie-tre- e nn-oth- er tcm-jwirar- y 1511,-00- 0 whls-pgre- rs World-Horal- d. r, tn 1 s 1 -- pro-fault- y, fr.-n- k er DISMEMBERING CORN. IT SURPRISED HIM. A lief CiprrlmrnU In Till Direction, Cob. duett-i- t In Dintrctil Hntc Proved i'lillura'a. A good ninny experiment hnve been iniide to determine II anything could bo gained by cutting olf portion of the corn plant during growth. Horn: time it has been the root, toinetlincH the part of the plant uboe the huh, and HomctluieH only the tiiHKel. A part of the cxporimf'iits hate kcciiioiI to give fair rcriiltK, but others have given decidedly bad rcsultM. A third elans of experiments has been without What a Little Faith Did FOR MRS. ROCKWELL. LITTER Tbe Heard Smonlli UtriRuake from lie Indian. Profr.,or Expected Death. Bat FOR TI1E POULTRY YARD. Three IVimIIiiu Coiitrltiiurt a Ulio.r Introduction U llrCllllllllflllltll l Kvpt-rla- . No doubt of tlir reailcrH hntc experienced dlllieulty In rnlhliijr chick In tin- aninc yard with lions, which In tin chick bcliir crow tied out at iiicalt'iiiiCM and belttj; necked l,V tin Iiciih. In the Illustration No. U shown u bov Into which the chick en n ro nt nny tlmo to feed, and the heim cunnot Kit at tlicin nt nil. The1 1 Ho.l. made of board, 12 inches, tilde, tin: board bcinjr. cut Into four i'eeeH, each piece four feet lonj;, and nulled together. The box ban no hot Ion), but the top In entered with lath, the xldrn baring hole that admit the chick and exclude the hen. y hnt tug the box bottninle it may be tooted from plaee tophiee, thin, atolding tilth. A cheap coop for a hen and a brood it joiiug ehlekH iiinj be made of an ordinary large cheese box, n shown box In Nu.Z,.'! In No. 3. J i lllW ill Ifi m&37 &XLS -- V7 ryi' M I lU 't7 ff the box Ik not deep enough, two of them limy be fnMened together, tt only Intended for me during the first few ilnyn of the chlekK. ns the box WHY NOT DIP PIGS? would not iiimuer for the hen durlug length of time, the room being ntv I'rnctlfr Wltlrli, Oner Intrnttnrrd too restricted. It none well for cumI, Wiiultl llnvc lit Ait'lKlilmrli mer use, hn it U cool and can he donned .Mnufollower. til illy. Kltnply mark the 1mv or mot nil nround Into atrljm nbout twolnchcK Farmers who keep sheep nre well wide and cut out each alternate Mrlp. The bjct of the cnntrlvaiiiM! I ft to cn ndttsed ad to the bcnclits arising from dipping nt least once n tear, nnd that preferably directly nfter .ion ring. Our southern friends are becomiun familiar with the Idea of dipping cattle. They hate found out that It wtl1 JiJiLiko. tlck, whlcii nre yjoncly lii Efimo tviiy Cttli Die trans mission of rexns fetor. Why not l lion dip plg nod shout? my Wallace' I nrmer. In a limited wuy farmers nre nble one to prepare n coop In n nhort diilng it In extreme ence. Two oi time and almost ut no cost. Ah the throe years ago the pigs In it neighborchiekft will bo removed after they nre hood in Iowa were not doing well; large enough to run nltout, the coop Ihcy were scouring nnd had many ol In fact, may then tie used for the next young the HtmptoniH of cholera. many of them died. It occurred If nrood. Mor.c properly No. 3 may be termed one farmer to examine his pig's closely, n cot or for the feed dish, or It inny be and ho found they were lousy, and njide larger for confining n hen, the getting a barrel of water, and entering It with kerosene, he link the rhieLft to run In and out. Simply n hnudle to an old basket or n joungstors one by one, nnd donned Imx of nny kind nnd make ontrnnee them in, the result being th sating hptck of u diameter jut Hiitllclent to of the IStos of n number and nn In the thrift of nil. A fnrm-e- r permit young olilel.it to run In and out. In tin cchnugc suites that after The bottom of the banket or box idiouhl lilt pigs tvere eight or ten weeks old llrM be rcmotod. The object is that, when feeding some of them were not doing well, young chicks their food may be m some wore lousy nnd some mnngy. and entered nn to protect It from larger he tried kerosene, but it did not have rlilckCor low Ik, while the chick can the desired elTect. He hnd sheen dip help thuiiiHcltcii unmoleKted. Poultry on hnud, and seeing it was good for The only time n Iwy will carry n big t lice nnd mange and skin disease of Keeper Illustrated. without a protest when it contains pie sheep, put a quart of It Into 25 galloni and cake for a picnic iunch. Atchiion of water. Btirred It thoioughly, (jJobe. INTRODUCING QUEENS. and gate (lie pigs n flipping. The THE MARKETS. Wlileli Una change wns mnrvelous. lie left the UrnerlplliMi nf n barrel in 'the plir ncn mid etor llrcit 'I'rlnl Miropiofiill)- liy m CINCINNATI. 1 nfter that when n pig wns not doing I.I I. STOCK Cattle, cominoti 3 ib July ii M.lllrl llc'Ureirr. l4 well ho gate it n dlplng. Wo bellete 5 s, 4s fi rirtiuuMir.ori' .V) to W Some years ago ent ton .Manhuchu-ett- this Is a good Idea, i:aiiilintlon of JltK,? Coaro andtfutxl Hutu. .. s lu ti.; uouvy MlniM pneliB 3 Nl H. it M r ni ipieeiiM, and hogo will hIiow the need of something for a hi tt. us Cl.j'm'i'1" J0" they were to be Introduced according to to cleanse the skin and free them from ku to 0 t termln. It would not. of course, bn IiIk phuiK, nnd If any failed to become u a 7S ....;.. 7. 3 4J (U M advisable In winter senson. tint ftaai Kafely introilueed the dead would be . sVu'.'!.'.' ii. :s No.-- rl by Utlng iUcciik. Ills liiNtrue-- t April to October it would be entirely turn-N- o. 2 umoj MM W. eut.-Nfoim tt ero to remot e t he old ipiccn from practical. ; 23 lii. HjiNcsto M ft m the hltefc thnt were to receite the new etioiea... '..'.'. FOR LOADING WAGONS. htoek; nnd b.ire of the eandt, at once a. lay the cage over the framcH and chiMiic,i:iL"ii"c,lv,i'c0ui'.;v:':':;;: 11 the inurrmie 'SLo'H'leo er amcry.. a thing which I .1 Cnntrl nnrr "U'liloli Mnlir the hlte for lite dn,t A ! &2W 2 l.irilnir t Unity Article h Ci.in. did and found only one queen thnt had I'Ol'A'iOKb New er brl .... Oi O I 7.t luiriitlt rl- i:n Task. been accepted. Two or three i cars later, CllICAUO u writer In the Atucilcau lice Jourwit k I'LOUK.. Winter p:iini 3 6S 3 T5 S reo..!!! Getting henvy boxes and other heavy OKA nal, I rceeittd an nlbluo ipicen from an Iowa breeder, but thU time I made articles into wagons nnd carts is a matXi or. 3. 6 .S the colony iiccnlcfs that was to rceclte ter that often requires great elfort. ?r"-:'.-.::v.::::.::::- : S!t 7 Oi (.. 8 .V. hours before Introducing, Needless lifting should be molded, as I.AKD jtcnin the queen I VTJitt 10 and lout my queen. I could not under-itunNMV YOKIC why it w:iK that tlue quccix, patent s w n i io C W K AT-S r d Ct 81 K coming from a distance, wore rejected ,u S iAl' .. by my bees when I had no trouble in II it l'24 introducing my own stock among my l'i II) tO UIO 75 mess. own. .Mabc home one can tell. kcut ....". last spring for 50 queens, and HALTIMOKH FLOlMt- -r mlly when they united all were laid on the 3 so aiM UiiAIN Wlieut, Na2 rid TMt. Tfttj nuclei weie shelf, and IS houUimi.... TO (ft 7.i foru-- .t le.l innde, and all shut up tight with wile 3SV 3'tf'fr Na.Jtihlie Oat.N.. s 3: Wh'ii 48 hours had piiKscd; then tcrceu until Kie western LOADING MADK EASY. I the IS queens were laid on top of the it. ,. VJ tt i 1J frames, us before, nnd etory single one this is the sort of work that i mikes IJOci. it tstein INDIANAPOLIS. was accepted. All had stinted colls In men on the farm old before their time. aUAIN-Wlin Ni.Jnd...,,.. a r:iy nbundnnoe, but when the queens were The out shows a simple device for rais CVrn-s mixed a ' mired Oau-N- & destroyed. I ing heaty articles Into the bodies of set free nil cells were LOUISVILLK. did not wait five days, cither, to sec carts nnd wagons. Two side pieces nre IT.Ol'U-Wln3 73 a 4 what was going on, but look n look at held by two cross braces. Small roll- OK A ter - n.itentred. No. J: (6 7i any of them nt any time I chose. The ers are set In every ten or twelve inches, lorn Jllxi'd .tUl ( Oaf, Mixed . .. 64 wire nail through holes In I'OKIC Mesh fSS remaining ,,v,) were introduced In full ti (4 tO colonies, but no- - onllued with equal the side pleccs'sortlng as bearings. A l.AUU h.uatn. ,.,,., 5 74 d unfcty. I think I m..Ui1 not be nfrald lip of iron, twisted as shown, is fasof Introducing any number when done tened to the side nt tho upper end ol ns above. Though others may luitc each end piece to rest upon the tloor plant that work equally well, I am not of the cart or wagon. The nails shuulc "play" loosely In the hide pieces, but utraid of this plan In my hands. Into the rollers. Let the Utter project nhnte thc side pieces, when When fertilizers are necessary, th the box or other nrticle van easily be tvnstcfiiluchK it letting the ipanurc go tj tyaste and buying nrtl- - rolicd up from t) ground to th tvogou tScial fertilized should not be'piuutlced.' or car. N'. V, Tribune, con-Tfecle- il It Ik probable that what little good win obtained Wim it more nccb dent, for the rencin that two pints of torn will not or yield exactly the name, etou though all condition arc exactly Identical, lint the trials hate protetl tnat ut leniit nothing Ih gained, and experience would kcciii to tench that tln'ic must be nn actual loin. A generation ago it with tlio practice in xoinc pints of the country to cut o)T the tvhoh.' o.' the corn plant above the eiim Immedirttely after the bIIIc and the pollen tvere nuppoed to hate done their work. The farmer thus got n great deal of fodder for hi cattle, and imagined that hi corn plant would elaborate the Hiimu weight of cam without the top nt with it. No notice war (.ikon of the fact that the follnge of a plai.t Ik needed for the elaboration of the grain of the plant. It Ik pro liable, that in most ciibcb the yield of corn wan greatly dcerenned by this pructlce. The outdom without doubt remains especially In the cast-rKtntoK, where the Held ure o Miiall in uren that the practice of thin robbing the corn crop can be enrrled on naturally and easily. Ik another method of liHiiicmhorlug the corn plant that hat not protetl of inlMintngc. SofHrnswt rememliT, no experiment ut the Millions Inn gitcn rchiiltH nliowing nu ad- tnutage of any kind. In tenth at o?ic Jlliiiol Htatlon reduee.l the yield nbout '.'0 per cent. At the New Vcrk Motion tin corn crop reduced the yield more than nine biuheU per acre in rraiii and more than l.oot) pound in fodder. I (inner Net lew. to-da- n i:oot-ninln- - root-prunin- g root-prunin- g No.. nt-In- The Intc Trof. Marsh loved to tell of TO fclS. NHEItAU KO. 0)fiiA n ifpn'il. Miffurnr from female l " I'ltenttire Which finr. liofoll l.l.n "t u'n n member of a party wcnltnchs nnd ;md no strength. Itwna of fossil mo to uttend to my hunter In tlio Indian country, says impossible for and.Strenm. household duties. I had tried every J he whole party realized thnt they thing tind muny doctors, but fouud no ! ivcrt: ,n tt dangerous country, and all relief. n,"H cre constnntly on the wntch for mo to try Tiydla My sister cneintes, nnd tvetc careful not to wan K. I'lnkliuni's VeLriitablo Comnound, wlilch I did; beforo using nil of on? der tar from the command; or If two liottle 1 felt better. I kept on with Jt or three fossil gatherer did goofT from and to my great surprise I am cured. the main body they took with them n All who suffer fr..m femnlc complaints ., number of soldiers to stand guard tt hlle bhould give It trial." Miw. Kock-wr.i.i- they tvirked. One day Prof. Marsh was hard nt VM S. Iytvibio.v St., Giusd work on hi knees In the bottom of the Uai'IDs, Mich. narrow ratine digging nwny the soil from a hone which stuck out of the wnrk WomM. From it Grntefiil " When I wrot4 to you I wns very bank. He w.ii entirely absorbed In his sick, had not been well for two years. task and noticed nothing of what was The doctors did not hccm to help mo, going on nbout him until the brilliant nnd ono mild I could not live three sunlight was cut off by a dark shadow, months. I had womb trouble, falling, . nnd he looked up to see standing iibovc ulcers, kidney and bladder trouble. him n grim ludlan warrior holding his There seemed to bo 6uch a drawing riflo ready. The professor's heart leaped Into his nnd burning pain in my bowels that I could not rest nny where. After using throat. He forgot where ho Wns. He trot to utter a propitiatory 'How," Lydla K. rinkhnm's Vcgetablo nnd Sanative Wush and follow- but his dry lips refused to form the ing your advice. I feel well again nnd word, nnd he could only swallow, tryttrongcr than ever. My bowels feel nsif ing to got rid of the lamp In his throat. they hnd been mude over new. With Suddenly the sutagc bent toward him louny thanks for your help, I remain, nnd Fjiokc: "Unto I thehonorof addressing Trof. L. G 7 Ann St., Nlwaiik, N. J." i Clhnell Chnrles Marsh, (he eminent paleontologist of Yale college V" he Inquired. SELFISH MAN PUNISHED. The revulsion of feeling wns nlmost Lllllr Trnln Inelilenl Thnt (JTC too much for the professor, who was Jutlc-I,(vl- nr ' now rten less able to speak than he had been before. Slueli It developed that the Indian as n Vmirnrr-rnn nn Atlantic Citv train a small boy had been sent east. Chrisfew I'veiuiiiik uro. tieic treatcil to n fpectocle tianized, educated, taught the . element .1. .. f oi mnuuuvc jimice umi ..! ... .. ol tl.ooin..r ,.. ov"' i ,. ... I lie cur tva crotwicu, anu, at uic , inouily. ...... Ifi v..iii,t lita (iiuc. ""- '" l"v "-- i M ,:.":'. l! (a ma lull. . ll nil llymg pretty dust tta setiRer mvc one Hud ineir tvinuotv oowii.: This unpleasant exception ttaia diKtuiitltJ-lookintWHERE ICE IS WELCOME. party, with a plentiful growth of ttcedv-lookmtthUkcrs, and there he :li to sttny in anil out of the window tt Gen. PniMlnn l.onaril to Cut I lie Ice the puty zephyrs. Of courc, he Rot nAe of Suri'fM ami llus nt l.nt Uicm' alttdii of the dut and cinder, for Pn ii ml It. blow in the cat directly behind. Two nnkT dri'fcd women oicunied thee unfortuu:e quarter, and, after mtrcnng mart rdomlir !n conncrton Mi, thc possibllltvof p--tunslnn hating n political ambi- unen.tviiidotv iiend" if he would mind nit . dleod tells a story which the window down. "No!" he lepiiel, ttlou. .1. iin' jimill. "It' too warm. If ou don't hkeit gl,,s mneh Insight Into the character n IX i liAiit-iiiir fcput. ,qj me man. says ine hnnsas Lily Jourlii front of the man sat a traveling man; nal. Quick who took in the situation at a glance. as a tlah he raixd In window, and I'liwntj Jileed wns In New York on the day cr the fluwilig facial appendages of the nun runston sailed nwny to Join thelnsur-rtjn- t behind began to perfuim a most lea fill seforces In Cuba, nnd nccompanicd ries of groltoii. The dust speckled them, and the wind twisted them Their jwner, tipi to the steamer to say good-by- . after a few moment of such tiolcnle, got While the pair were talking nt the red in the face and then put his tindow ilcnincr landing, spoke of hiu down. A few moments later he leandl over probable future, nnd said: and ack'd thc other passengers to slut off "Willis. I hnte no nmbltion to get the draught in a simitar manner, but, to the inti-nsoiiuiM-ineii- t and uratituation if the rich. I wouldn't get into poll tics for nny-lliu- g. balance of the people in the car, ttli had I have no settled I nm vatrhed thc little comedy nil UiQttyt' srti or clearly nfraldnmbltion. Uut. seen uiruugn, iiir uruminer, wiiiouiounicii I tvnnt to cut some Ice In the twinkle oi lie etc, replied: lliioo usrin. If on dun t like it change our orhl. and I intend to keep hustling un seaii itccoru. til my time comes." This yeiirnlng to cut Ice has been Itrvlsed I'rnvrrlm, manifest in nil the movements of thc A thine of beaut is a jo forever, if fame restless, tireless, always moving young other fellow Impious to norsessit. loit can lead to water, but you Kansas soldier. He has searched for i.iijiiui iiiise mm orniK, out ti nen ouue-i- i Ls opportunity from the Arctic to the recti in gelling a uuu up against tlie bat lie tquntor. Netcr staying anywhere long, loses his horse remc. It's a long lane that has no turning when ic ban dropped one thing nfter nnotfier the trenmrc you are in search of is "suit b n fashion that made his friends fear around the next bend." le was n changeling nnd unstable. Koitune knock at many a man's door 'i Hut now they begin to comprehend when he is out chasing the grottier. tint it was the casernes nnd fretful- Incur rf n nitnlift. ...t.1i1 t Inn nn.l tlinf Men are soniculiat like full. As soon as that they deplored in him was the very . I tin..!. II.... nic nine . get iiiong ob diunctcrlstlo thnt was to lend him on iit.--j iiiiiiK nicy to their own hook they are likely to get caught tiglory. Atlnst. 10.0CO miles away from ob someone else's. L. A. W. Uullctin. Ilomc, he found n chance to cut the Ice his ambition, nnd in cutt Ing he cut ".Vo," said Tido through the iplcnty. tismn dnc. "I ilnn't minii licmi. i such fun to roll in the dirt afterward." TRICKY PET& inuiauapoiis .journal. I Com-jkjui- Tlircc citizens one n lawyer, one n doctor and one a newspaper man rat in a hack room recently in the gray liskl of the early dawn. On the table were tntny empty bottler, and a couple of packs of card. A they sat in silence a rat scurried acroi the hearth into thc darknes beyond. The three men shifted their feet and looked nt each other uneasily. After a long pause thc lawyer spoke. "1 know what you fellow arc think-itiB,- " lie said; "you think I thouRht I saw a rat, but I didn't!" Chicago Inter Ocean. (, fence In (lie l'lilllpiilnpa, Feace in the Philippines is hound to prove profitable to all concerned. Warrin conditions, whether they be in the Philippines or in the human stomach, are enually dis is one authority that will quickly subdue it. It is Hostcttcr's Stomach Hitters, and it cures constipation, indigestion, bilious lies, nervnuineM and dyspepsia. Fee that a private Kevcnue Stamp cover the nick of thc bottle. Do vou ect ud with headache? Is there a bad taste la your mouth? Then you have a poor appetite and a weak digesm. Adulailaa. astrous. If your stomach has rebelled, there Fenderson has pot nn idea. He says he knows now why salt codfish is rait. Uecause it comes from the salt water. It if more than he can understand, however, why all the other salt water fish are not salt. Uo-to- An Idcn. n Transcript. You are frequently tion. dizzy, always feel dull and drowoy. You have cold hands and feet. You get but little benefit from your food. You have no ambition to work and the sharp psins of neuralgia dart through your body. What is thc cause of all this trouble? Constipated bowels. and Fever is a bottlo of Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron and quinine in a tasteless form. No cure no pay. Price,50c As we understand it, in the millennium not only will the lion and the lamb lie down together, but women will probably quit kissing each other when they meet on the The nest Prescription for Chill, Era of Amity. Altr'S PILLS will give you prompt relief street. Detroit Journal. renBT Jy. Prof. Chas. P. Curd, A. M., Washington University, Ht. Louis, Mo., s.ijl: attribute tho iccovcr.v nnd continued cootl health of our Utile boy to Teeth-lua- . Upon thfo Powders ho seems to tin ivc." lloaks is no more. You probably didn't know lloaks, hut he found a dollar in the watch pocket of his last yummcr's troiwers nnd the poor fe'.low never recovered from the shock. Chicago Daily Xe't. "Wouu-hesitatinglfat-tuuu- ana certain cure. .... "'"".' - Dyes because, they color moro K"ids, m.iku faster and brighter colors nuil cost you no more tliau others. 10c per package. We want jou to use Putnam Padelcss Jfatep Your Pmr. If you have neglected your case a long time, you had better take Mld flger's sarsanrnn Half our lives we fit up nights perfecting plans to get gold. The other half we he nwake night fearing eomconc will rob us. L. A. W. Uullctin. I have used Piso's Cure for Consumption lioth in my family and practice. Dr. U. W. Patterson, Inkstcr, .Mich., Nov. 5, 1S91. The pleasure in talking too much i as short ived as that of eating heavily on a weak stomach Atchison Globe. 1 Thcro may bo something about your cao you do not quite understand. Writo tlio doctor (rcclyi tell blm how you aro mflorlnp. You win promptly rcrclrp tlio best medical advleo. Address. iirj. v. Aycr, tyOTvcii, nasi. also. It will remove all Impurities that have been accumulating in your blood and will greatly strengthen your nerves. WrMa thm Doetf. Is taken Internally. Hull'. Cutnrrli Cure Price 75c. A man could make money with five finger if he didn't have ten for it to slip through. Chicago Daily News. n tf.i.ii,iij.ryitij,f..'iv Man once ale the cream, hut now they cremate the man. Chicago Daily News. Fome people are loyal in the way that a gadfly is loyal to a horse. Atchison Globe. 3 ii 1 s i Kansas in the Philippines Kansas in the Coraflelds, Is making a reputation for vuurape and patriotism that Jirs our blood. Wheatfields and orchards has made a remiiatlon far irlimntir yields that astonishes the world. Oil & rlls,eoal, lead and salt mines furnish (y a nasi for industrial development. !jK Send for free copy of fy Li . tr.Gwjm-."- i r ri'.. With Kansas?" and for information .r about homeseelcrrs excursion tickets Ir, via Santa Fe Route. m AddrffaUrnrral rsiwnterORlr. X The Atchison, Topeka & Santa fe Rsiltvay, fgj jsiw CHICAGO. "What's the Matter r p. It . j An Excellent Combination. 'iv.c nlcnsant method and beneficial e ewects o well known remedy, t-- 1 a I I has-ke- flbt I Dnny nuil Iiir .ttniisonse Are i'onil of I'lnjliic JuUri on Tin' r I llTiirr. .tti-llu- it which has been broneht from Pouth Vfr.cn. . Thc dossy, or "rock rabbit," uui in- - Is a new -- 'i'r C 1 H fiueeu-breede- dsu l.A.Mll".-.siiriki.oi?ii-wVi,i.- ni; ia lii(AI.-Vhuf- -.V a HAV-ilVi- nio - ii: in L& visitor asleep or leading or writing. then he creep--, ns quietlv as u A,... to as great a distance as he can Jtimp. r.nd when the busy pcroo is not Ipoking for anything of the kind he kprlngs sipiure on llint person's hip or knee, or on the tnble beside him, II ing off again, light as a bird, nnd is out of the room while thenhtonlbhedpeibon ii having four kinds of fits.. The mongoose, n furr.t tittle nnlninl l,v i 'iiK ml ifrvous uns one nine inc-uuu old ladles do not like. He till he finds his master or a friend- - I.. n vciy nice little fel- i ' ' v- i - 1 H & d 1 1 No 1 " 1 !". ed "" . KK-N- ew n LAUU--Wester- ...:.: snakes, also plnys n trick of this kind. It ennnot jump, so It climbs up hchlnd the busy person, never making the least bit of nolbe, nnd nil at once, while the busy one Is thinking ncrhans of something clear on the other side of the world, they feel a cold, black nose pushed up against their car, and turn around with n shriek to see the mongoose, with Its face full of mischief, running away to its box as fast ns it can go. He Hnd Itrnmin lo linn. The man came out of nn oflice building on the run nnd started down thc street. "Here! Hero!" cried thc policeman on the corner. "What's your hurry?" "Thero's a mnn back there trying to sell me n book on 28 weekly installments of $y.33 each!" cried the victim. 'J'ho polieomnn Instantly released his 1 "f'in tur hunt mac (ii n cm, which is wnyu III Svnui of Fios, incniifiicturcd hv the Campoiinia Fio Svnui- - Co.. illustrnto 'CAQCAltRTH do claim the viiluc of obtaining the liqi.ld laxa- and aro a trulr "underfillallmedicine. d I for tlierWI olit tive principles of plants known to oC wished tor a medicine !eaaut to n.ke bareat let and Cascarots. binoo CsklDK tttm mediciunllj laxative and presenting navo round itlopurltlcU and my cumiile xlon lias tur blood bas Dton them in the form most rcf resiling to tho J wnndorfully and Irel much better In taste anil acceptable to tlie system. It wax." Itns. SAUJE U, bkULAIifc. Lutlreil.Teun. is tho one perfect strengthening laxaCANDY tive, cleansing the svstem effectually, dispelling colds, headaches nnd fevers gently yet promptly and enabling ono to overcome habitual constipation ncr- mancntly. Its perfect freedom from cTcry object onablo quality nnd sub- TRADC MASS HOWISla siuuce. iinu us neurit on ine hiiiucys, am, bowc,s wcaicnrng llvcr or irr,tatlng them, make it the ideal laxative. Pleaant. Palatable. Potent, Taite Rood, no In the process of manufacturing fig3 Good, screrSlckon. W'caLcn, or Gripe. 10c, ac.Mic ust'd. " they are pleasant to tho ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... taste, but the medicinal qualities of tho Slerll.f R.srd; raptr, I Slor. S..lrl. Tart. 31' remedy aro obtained from senna and cuaranted br Nn.TO.Rin Sold otilcr nromatlo plants, by a method nuaIUBJIUglsisteand OUUi: Tobacco all dragHablu itMown to the Califoknia Fio SvRur Co. only. In order to get its beneficial effects nnd to avoid imitations, plcaso remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of every package, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. of mado eTCI.B and ran not be measured In words Don's ri I.VInn arcuratoa cheapcorrcetlr whrn for Sl.AO fkancisco. cau ba: KY. rrralontr with rbalu. IX)UISVXI.I.E. NEW YORK. JT. Y. i.u i4ii vcvit ciiain. una nor sale by all Druggltt.-Prlce5- 0c. per bottle rCHbUurt f eriilTcslrcubie) kinain.il nor- spnt 1 BLOOD BAD evi-r- r iumvmo R - The Benefits CLINTON 143 South Clinton Street, (iileuao. II DR.MOFFETT'S s JHI on receipt of price. KlaKe paid. Klate number of links and width, whether .vltl. W or CHAIN WORKS, laaLtTc-TUiKir- nwnrDclJLl LIVE STOCK GUTS. We CUTS or uny OTHER CUT shown In BOOK, at or below quoted prleen lll furnish duplicates or LIVE ST0CI any SPECIMEsj (or name. A. N. KGLLOna NEWSPAPER CO., 335 V CIDER Dleestlon, Itrealstrs the Dourli snd Mskrs Teethlns; Vast. TKKTItlNA Itrllftts the lloml Tronblfs orrhlldrea or Anj Age and CostiOnly Cents. At.li Your Druggist for It. Ifnot kept by ilriicvlsl mull XC cents to C J. MOl'I'irrT, M. II.. ST. I.UVIH, MO. 1M 'ftl at.. Ctncltututl, . two-fram- e iitvi.ii t t(eJ Btoi atarst I'umni. ptc llit hiti. Catalapuo free. l' U. IUITO A Ml8, HkTKUIT,UII. SVC5e K It.l..,.tl. ....t U. ii;uisuiivniiui'iii MACHINERY. ..... IIhI.h TO V I eat. No. -- CO I hcut hold. B "Jtunl" bo cried. "Run like n whitehead Mavbo vou can eet nwav from him yet." Chicago Post. niUDEKS OF THIS I'AI'KIl HKSIllINO VO 11UY ANVTH1NO AUVKItTISUI) IN ITS CdLt'ltXS fcHOUMJ INSIST Ul'ON JIAV1NQ WHAT TUKV ASK fOU. IIKFUSINO AI.I. SUUSriTUTKS OH Propures for Uovernment Araderalns and CoUcire. Full Comiuerelul Oouriu. Major II. !'. UVATV. A. M.. I'rlnclpal. WKT I.KHANON. N. II. A. N. K.- -K 1768 VIIK.X AVUITIXO TO AllVEItTIHEItft plrute stute thnt you isw the Advcrtlsa-sne- educational. new hampshire Military academy la this iucr. ut liiime-inu(- o -.- To cure, or money rofunded by your merchant, so why not try it? Price SOc. WJl iHf'iri'ri' 1f trouble! U'l simply outrageous that why you are not absorbed In grntit3e TRUTHS BLUNTLY TOLD. DRUMMERS DISCHARGED.' PUNGLNT PARAGRAPHS. our neighborhood should be disturbed to them because thev turn jou on a spit In this way! It's awful!" eddlcrs of night shade! Peddlers'.j)! Civil flcrv Icr Vlewa Wtrkem for .VIcK Inter l 1"IH Wh "n,,r The Courtesy of the (J a me. "To whnt The fact is thnt one man or woman Canada thistlel Peddlers of mix v Dr. Talmnge Denounces the Practice Are ovv Without Ollriiutllntetl lt lloiiral lie may I attribute the honor of this call?" imbUi-nun- . set on tire of this hellish spirit will lea! Sometimes they get you in a ccupation, "A pair of uces." Cleveland of Whispering of Evil. l'laln ' keep n whole neighborhood It ner where you cannot very well csoiSk docs not require any very greut brain. without being rude, and then they tf)l 'r'10 Scw York ,'rc,, which Is uncomMoKinley wns olootod president In Dealer. " hat made jou play hnt piece over republican and therefore 180(1 through thu inductile of the motif Clamps It Araunir tltc World Crrat- - The chief requisition Is that tho wom- mon ull nbout this, one, and nil nbafit tgnlu? 1 didn't call thnt applause 1111 'hnrgenble with political prejudice power. l an hnvc n small fnmily or no family at that one, nnd nil nbout the other l Villainies .More llnrmful Than nil, because If she hav a large family nnd they tnlk, tnlk, talk, talk, talk tufc"1 ,,s co""mth. takes exceptions to the Trusts poured out io money neces- oneorc." "WI13, the music wns marked Ojieii MuiiUit A I)catrorr hy Senutor lliuina sary to buy votes to tho o.tont of nt 'Itepeot.' "Phlhulclphln Hulletlii. then she would have to stay at home After awhile they go away, leaving tEef1'11'"1 'l,r-,ssh of (iunil nmr. Not a l'nrty. - Ada "Wasn't there, nnd look nfter them. It Is very linpur-tnn- t pmee inoKing iihen ournyanl after the "iK " civn services least .1,n00,0U0, ns uumlttod b. repubthat sho be single or have no chil- foxcsnnd the weasels hnve been nrounf; Xi:P"" aiu' n.v he will not II tid lican lenders, nnd It Is believed bj Intel- some tall: of Maude innrr.v lug a duko?" (Cop right, 1SW. by Louis Klopsch.) necord w ith udcpcndentnnd ligent democrats thnt live times that Dolly "Yes; but you see the duko dren nt nil, and then she can attend to here a w lug, and there a claw, nnd didn't sny anything about It." Philanil the secrets of the neighborhood all dcrnnive, nnd there a crop. Jlovvth r "'' ll,'i,oan M'litlmcnt." sum wns expended. In this discourse Dr. Tnlmnge vigordelphia North American. l'hi' I''ss ndinli thnt the "step back- the time, A womnn with a large fam- do ni.ihc the trainers nvi One of thu leading features of the ously arraigns one of the great evils Cold Ulooded. "Is It true, darling, ',nl" m,Kht be inr.de use of nsnnnld to campaign wns tho efforts f tho urmy Kather than the defnmtlon of go (hat lime cursed the world and urges ily mnken a very poor whisperer. It Is astonishing how these whisper- names it seems to me It would be nlnu i t'u,r"' rt prt'hlduntlnl nomination, the of commercial travelers, known collo- Hint vou gave the minister $!.'u for margenerous interpretation of the characters of others; text, lioninus l:2'J, ers gnther up everything. The.v know as honorable and useful If vou UiKt m, , 'itiei.ins' viewpoint being unanimous quially ns drummers, to sot ure ballots rying us?" "Yes, but keep It to yourI Sviik never so ,lu? l",fchoii. llut.lt declares, "those for McKinley , t he ullogod ndv swindled In my mice nuont self. "Full of envy, murder, debate, dectlt, everything that happens. Thereare tel- u bo of matclus In 3 our pocket nnd " ephone nml telegraph wires reaching raor In our hand and go through tl r Tree Pros. wio republican of prosperity. inieresieu What lownrd has been life."-Det- roit malignity w hispercrs." from other view points thnti this given to this nrmy of drummem for A iHiru righter. Johnson "MorPaul was here culling the long roll of from tlict ears to all the houses in the streets anil see now many houses yc t nuns' rcg.ud the getting of mon Jako would ruthor tight thnn oat, votes services rendered? the world's villainy, nml he puts in the neighborhood.. Thev have no taste for can burn down nml how mnuv thron . the polls to elect candidates ns of The nnwor to this question may bo I do believe." Hill "l'nrdiier, thnt ain't .jiii. MM.... ' midst of this roll those persons known healthy views, but for the wraps and mi imibiH urn u iniicii vvoric peelings thrown out of the sculler, into business. The destruction of n inunt tlvicr importance to the part) nnd found in the testimony bofoto tho lit half of it. Ho'il drttther light Hum in all cities and communities nml places the back ynnl they have grent avidity. name is worsts than the destruction A uiitrv than getting delegates to vote dustrlnl commission of I'. i:. Dowe, drink." Indianapolis Journal. as whisperers. They n:u so ailed convention to nominate enndidntes, president of tho Commercial Travelers' Youthful hover (sighing) "It Is not they generally tpeaU undervoiee On tlte day when there is a new sen n da I nus life, a woman came in confession!) u while the 'step bnokvvnid' can be association. Tho figures ho submitted good for iiihii to llvoulouo." Tho Ijtdy niul in a confidential vn, their hand to in the newspapers they have no time to to u priest nnd told him that she null Mil to got delegates, it enn haidly be fhovv that tho organization of tin "Very true, and that's whj It would the side of their mouth acting as n fun- go abrua 1. On the day when there arc neon simmering Her neighbors. Tlfc Ie :o cm- nn.v other purpose than trusts hud resulted four or five columns of delightful pri- priest promised iier absolution on eoH In thiowiug 83,010 bo so much better for you to go and nel to Keep the precious information votes i suleniui-t- i out of employment nnd in relive with your mnmiun." I'llegende from wnndeilng into the wrong ear. vate letter published in n divorce case dltlon of her performing a penance. lift i,",, v'w nt the noils. iiyk republican paper ducing tho salaries of 2.1,000 more. lllnottor. she stay, at home nnd reads nnd reads ;ave her a thistle toip and said: "Yi They speak softly not because thoy Rft." "Say, lllll, Joe Just nsked the boss If have lack of lung force or because they and rends. No time for her Illble thnt cm take thnt thistle and scatter tl '",llf,lUJ SI,I,I s that thu Amcrlouu President Dowe estimated that thonn-min- i rM arc day, but toward night, perhaps, she seeds all over the tlelId." She went nil' IHirtors of thu olvil serv- loss to tho salesmen on 8 count ol no could got off to attend his brother's are oerpowered with the spitit of gen , pnncipU-snrd it clnlrus that be- - Iomi of employment mid reduction ag funeml. an' the buss mivs: !Are vomiio tleness, but because they want to es- may find tiuc to run out u little while did so and came back. "Now," said tl seof itschamploushlpof thisoprln gregnhd in.nou,oH; to tho cape the consequences of defamation. and see whether there are an v new de pi lost, "gntlicr up nil those seeds." Sh If ain't n Iwllgnmo?' lintels. sir.' snv velopments. is the republican jwrty bus gained "leant." ".ii,"liesald,"I kno nnd to the railroad. $47,000,000, Joe. 'It's it kind o' combination- - liie If no one heara but the person cuiMidfiice nnd aid of thousnHdsof because Satan doe not have to keep n very j ou can t. Neither can you gather u bi other's the umpire"- - Serlbner's. of tho loss of putniuuge. unto, and the offender be rs who otherwise were not In the sharp lookout for his evil dominion in the evil words you spoke nbout vou Porlmps tho cnmincrcifll he can deny the whole thing, riidil travelers "Itomnrkubto euro, that case ng.st svmpathy with thnt thnt neighborhood. He has let c:t to neighbors." All good men and nil goof s niny now regret their tllsplny of yal In nf Mrs. lllankV for whisperers are always Diuldy-"llavtake this"stopbackwnrd,"tlu.n, wtis behalf of huswomen nave sometimes hnd detrae.'o her the ivholc contract. She gets man whiwe election has hoartl about It. Whnt wns itr' Kuddy liarsl unite behevern in a better civil surv-- e caused loss of cmplojmeiit In -- "She has recovered Some people w hispcr because they nre bands nnd wives into a quarrel and nfter them. John W'eslc.v's wife whJ her voloo. You kshh.v to loo: elsewhere than to the p.'es-- t cases ii.nl reduction of salaries hi most know she hasn't boon nble to speak for hoarse from a cold or because they w ish brothers and sisters into nntngnuism, pered nbout him, whispered nil ovi for what they seek. executive tlipi-to convey some useful information and she disgusts tli pastor with the l.nglaml, Kept on whispering nbou case. jears. Thr.v Intlured her to piny Ihe "practical polities" urguument, hi innklng his statement, the wittier n game of whist, and she wxis talking without disturbing others, but the crea flock and the flock with the pastor, nnd that good mail as good man nseve ording to tho contention of the New said: "The great lived and kept on whispering until th tures photographed by the apostle in she makes neighbors who before were toburro combine before she knew it." Huston Trail lk Press, might have log to stand threw out nbout 3,0X0 connubial relation wus dUsolvcd. my text gie mtiflicd utterance from kindly disponed toward each other salesmen; the noript. Jesus Christ hnd these whisperer! if the "practical politicians" believed Continental Tobacco company and critical, so when one of sinister and deprned motive, and sometele, t it was absolutely nocej.snry to LIGHTNING STRUCK TWICE. graphed thedhchnrge of 350 in one day; times jou can only hear the sibilant the neighbors passes by In n carriage after Him, nnd tbey charged Hiin witf McKluley, nml that the oul.v the linking they hisj through thtir teefh and say: unnKing 100 much niul Keeping bin sound as the letter "s" drops from the Powder tnut bus dispensed Mble waj to scure thnt rcunmlna- tongue into the listening ear, the brief "Ah, we could nil keep carriages if we company. "A wine bibber nnd th with ull over ptlng hnlf a doon men. 1 (.Innl Col In tin oiiil 'I rer In II ilr I'nrk, n was b.v the civil service "tcp hack-id.- " friend of publicans and sinners." Y01 never paid our debts!" t lilcnuii. SiirciiniliB o m Sro- know- of two salesmen discharged by hiss of the serpent as it projects its Hut the "nruetioal tutlltlclmtk" the When two or three whisperers get to- tnku the best man that ever lived am titnl StriiUc. venom. trust who were formerly In tho rnt Whisperers are masculine nnd femi- gether they stir a caldron of trouble, piu a uetecuve on ills track for teif uk it Is a foregone eoueluiinn thnt ploy of the C'ovcland ltkliig I'ovvdir will be rcnomiunUd. To achieve the company, Lightning novtr strikes twice hi the nine, with n tendency to mnjoritv on which makes me think of the three years, watching where he goes am! one receiving a salsry rp..e of "practical jolItlesi." avs the W.ouo vnmr spui, mi.vshii tld snvv, but (tipir li the side of those who nre called' "the witches of "Macbeth" dancing around when he comes and with u determrnn ,oar, tho tion to misconstrue everything nnd tJy iibllcan paper, "It was not necewnry routes, with those other $l,SOO. Their a ginni ctittwiivviuMl In Hjtle Purl: that Whisperers nre u boiling cnldron in u dark cave: loids of creation." of other dUohnrgitil proves naokshde on t ho el il sen Ice quest ion lie goes here lor a bad nurpes tninic that theru urc tivueptlons to ull Double, double, toll and trouble. heard at every window of bank cashier wiicsmcn, are oovorrtl by one agent at sneriuee the votes of civil service $15 n and there for a bad purpose, with thai! Fire burn and caldron bubble, rnio. and nre heard in all cuuntingrooms as week." t! J'illet of a Thla trtv stnutU en the Miuth sMa determination or ucstroj lug lilm.nt tin well as in sewing societies and at meethi lsy In the caldron bol' and ba!:c; lure is sound sense in this, and It is McKlnlov ihoilrutHmomhad to work fiu of Hftv third strict Wtw-teiend of the ten years he will be held do CurHcll ings of asv lurn directors and managers. toe of froj;. Ke of newt and under ilunsM ami In four of n veil uc nml spicauie in ine sign: oi a great inanv t .mended to the csreful oonsldera-- - lotilug their sltimtloiiH. Now the Wool of tat nnd tongue of dos, They nre the worst foes of society, re nkirgopri It Ik nunc thnn llliuuU Centml tmok. n of the delegates to tho Ohio repub-Sca- n Adder's fork and blind norm's stlnr, people 10 iiMm (it nml is qlc sponsible for miseries innumerable; I.lzzard's It; and owlet's wins st ite convention who so heartily cent, of them have Iwon discharged re- of the Hm iiHUMrttba of tho neighborIf It Is nn outrageous thine; to desnoi they are the scavengers of the world, gardless of what thoj did. Thoy will for n charm of powerful trouble, n mnn's character, how much worse i it ftrui iii.hd the president for his "Judi- I.Ikp a hell both boll and bubble. driving their cait thtough every combo heard frwm in 1Ck0. Chicago l)mn hood. The late Judge John A.Jamrxwi i us iinniiiicatiiins of the civil to damage a woman's reputation? Vet built his Koine nt the southwest Double, double, boll and trouble. r service cnit. I hold up for our munity, and Fire bum and caldron bubble. nf I'ift.v third street ami Curmll that evil grows from centurv to con u s n nth promultratetl." The New holy anathema nnd 'execration these Scale of ilraKoi, tooth of vvolf. svenus In 1M7. Tin r v,s little or noth tury, anil It Is all done by whispers. A irk rfpubbonu Kiwr Is doubtless REAPING THE WHIRLWIND. whisperers. Witches' tnutani). niRW and guU fjl when it siiva "thy jtsrty must suf-e- r suspicion is started. The next ing iu II.mIu Park In thuwilay s; s Hide Of the ravln'd sa.t sea shark. Prom the frequency with which Paul more or s now, and a groat dial Ilrpulilli-at- i Make the Kruel thb k urd stark; who gets hold of it states the susI'rnlri-lliii- , Una llrntiKhl thnt tb Hiiburbau sorvlee f tae Ull- speaks of them under different titles I Alia thereto a t'ser s chaudron picion ns a proven fact, nnd inanv n good B'r. Liter, when, more pressing qucs- hois Ceutrnl was onlv one jear obi. Torllt II lrullliiuitr conclude that he must hnve suffered For the inuredlentH of our caldron. S I; a VlllL' 1mCII lIlKtMuml nt ... nru woman, ns honorable ns our wife or and there were only thrrc trains dat somewhat from them. His pcrsonnl Double, double, toll and trouble, upon for n reckoning of the 'step your mother, has been whispered out of 1 ixch vvn.v, On the Flftj-thlrrtrco't I'lre burn and caklros bubble, presence was ery defective, and that Cool It with a bjbboon' blood. llavomeyer statimont thnt tho re- sitlr he planted n ntw of cottonwuodi. all kindly associations, and whispered nt .vvrd.'" (levelnnd Plain l)ml..r made him perhaps the target of their Then the charm Is rtrin nnd publican tnrilTis themothoruf trusts li t 'lttouwtMHU grow rnpldl.v ami take Into the grave, borne people say there ridicule, and besides that he was n THE PHILIPPINE SITUATION. I not new, but It is true uuHiltittikah'y, kindl.v to the sandy soil along tho laha bachelor, persisting in his celibacy this,would only change Shakespeare In It no hell, but if there be no hell for such that undeniably true. Protection is usmuu-l- shore. The row gruvr Into gtviui trues down into the si Mies indeed, nil the "witch" I where he puts the word a dcspollcr of womanly character it' r r AaolntllitlluM'- it tif the'tru.t Vlt na In ntlli wlil.lt In liiioniiirirVMii,j,0nirkt should put the word ''whis- high time thnt some pbllnntliroi way through nnd, some having failed liir .lurrrttlul Coniiirkl, llul 'leu .venrs nyo the lhrg?sTf "tbes the begetter of perer." Ah, what n caldron! Did j oil build one! IUil there Is such a nlacu'ti in their connubial designs upon him, ever (turrtllla Vr. One republican orgnn which has o groat cottonwoodx was struck by light get u taste of it? 1 have more re- tnbltshrd, nnd what n time they Avif f the little missionary was put under the ilonouncing trusts in n Tick nlng. The tnilt sreiued to L hi th for raking fire of these whisperers, lie spect goes the iwor waif of the street have when ull the whisperers get hjvo Although the war in tho Philippines Into beensense said wlckian rreenth that behind shape of nu enormous knife, for it tliooC that down under the gaslight with was no doubt n rare morsel for their Mr. u5"2 S SET., baving McklnhV,it own -- congress" never- the tlemocratie outer) against trust oft n largt strip of the trunk for 7C no home nnd no God for she deceives scandniization, nnd ho cannot keep his ' declared ..v..n..K the Aimnoan pto- was Ihe concealed motive to destroy the hit or more. Such n stroke would hnv ' , patience any longer, nnd ho lays hold no one us to what she is than 1 have not for the uncomfortable surrounHing, ,e fl , , kilted a Ui vigorous irrc. Hut the fKu ,, ,fI . principle of protect ion in our rovrnu of these miscreants of the tongue and for theiie hags of respectable society xou might suppose hey would N gkt nre xhctotv lttl(, who cover up their tiger claws with a to get there, laws. The domoernls have never made Wf etittonwofxl tree stood the bhivi n that region whore gives them a very hard setting down in Information concerning It. A any concealment ntmut the matter bravelv, tionrod and wui on grow. .louuIcf ccnhonilllpi Ilt Mnn,n my text among the scoundrelly nnd the fine shawl nnd bolt the hell of their are nil bad what opportunities for ,, M uk. hi time there wan nothing hut a heart with n diamond breastpin. Or ,,,, on ploltatlon by these whUp.rers. ,,, ll)forilwtlJ, Thoy have alwuv fnim tho murderous. "Envy, murder, debate, long brown scar to prove the vUltntlon ot tlioir Nirt.v history oppoood cmw The work of masculine whisperers is earth, to despoil their neighbors omc fr0M1 u t, malignity whisperers." )k. fflC ut tL, and thu princlplo of protect lou ot the dcHdh, blast from the skies. The law of libel makes quick nnd chiefly seen in the embarrassment of times they had to lie about them, but nQt elltft. A few days ago the lltlitiiliig oamr t ombotlloH the most llt-rnnbusiness. Now, suppos-- j tlwre are down there they can say the j.orM form ol , , stout grip of open slander. If I should , , T, class li'ifislatlon. 1 hoj bavcjtlwa.VMt.fv ajraln. llrfore th I wit stiuck the leave hundreds of men here w ho at some time things possible nbou their , in a plain way, calling you by nnrne, d Qr .,, ,, f the eottoHvviHMl vvein green and . ..; . ., " .. ... ... , IKwcil protective tariff bocnuxo that i charge you with fraud or theft or mur- have been in business tiouble. I will and tell the truth. Jubilee of Within nu hour ewry leaf wan " I the motit prououiiceil form of lignllod fU ,undertake to say thnt in nine cases out ers. Somlheaven of sennda, linger, ,; der or unclennliniss, morn, shriveled. Some of the Iraves dihsl up t...t roblwry. .l.lt. ..!.... ' "" "'- - pled and less than we held in ing I might have peremptory docu- of ten it was the result of some whisperKuu"v August of . When the republican party wont be- and boeaiiiH tiiown. I'vurj sign of vjtnl-Her's work. The w hlsperer uttered some inllfil iwtiiriiiiAru null frimi"h ti ments served on me, and I would have last year, ine rebel lorees iitb now hud departed from the tree. Vhe h hIIo.v to pay in dollars and cents for the dam- suspicion in regard to your credit. You go up to the irofi gate ami imk Mnie uv more "troublesome" than at uiia former fore the country which tnki's from tho earnings ol giant cnttonwood turn dead. age I had done your character. Hut sold vour horse unci carriage because comer from the earth: "What Is tin time. holt I A!i.. you had no use for them, and the whis- turn l: I., t.. iul'vht ui i;ii ui .. l.u. .. ' nnciu iu " T,15 uar has cost nearly .A men the mnny tributu for tho pockets ol loft urioush enough, this tire I the these creatures spoken of in my no mark. Tun ears ago ho light perer said: "Sold his horse and car- ii.p.i ,. iiv..o' nic so small that they escape the fine killed, 0,500 wounded. 10,0.)0 Invalidated. tho few, it planttsl in our public monili ring left great wound in Uic trunk; ,. the false tenet that It Is nn Now, how nre wc to war nga vn' tooth comb of the law. They go on, nnd riage because he had to sell them. 'I h'e "as eont 56.1,0M),0()O In money, nnd is the consumer to pay thoproper to force et tlte tree lived. Tills time thurtt.s no fact that he sold his horse and carriage curses every coininuuitj costing ticurly !$.TOO,000 a mnuufaeturcr 'Ijrti of the they go on, escnplng the judges nnd the smallest juinctnis; ct the' ..,..., . , ,., Vi. . n t dav. . Our a price ho nnd that derivable from on earth? First, by chining to listen . juries nnd the penitentiaries. The dis- shows Iih is going down in business." One of your friends gets embarrassed, to or believe a whisper. Kvory court of protlt solely to reward him for tree was instantly killed. Cblongu Intrict nttorney cannot find them, the suited in the surrender of Snntlngo and ter Occnii. sheriff cannot find them, the grand jury and .vou nre a little involved with him. the land has for a law and all decent the end of the war with Spain were being In the mniiufncturing business. The whisperer sajs: "I wonder if he comir.unltics have for n law that oi. about 2.T0 killed nnd The republican parly planted th cannot find them. Shut them on" from n ml tin WVIU linn Dry. woundud Our "l must hold people innocent until llxj Itwsi8 in I'orto llieol.aou three killed wind of protection nml thu country one rotite of perfidy, and they start on can stand under nil this pressure? Ten v.sir ago the l.iil.v cwpnolty of were ro.iping tho whirlwind nf trusts. another. You cannot by the force of think lie is going down. think he will me proved guilty. There Is only one nnd 10 wounded. the iifttural gas wells in tin- - Kin. Hay Mi llnv cmeyor gued logically vv hen moral sentiment persunde them to de have to give up." You borrow tuonev pori.n worse than tho whisperer, nml O.) Holds was nooMi.iiiW feet. Now it 3. There have been sent to (Jin. Otis slst. You might as well rend the Ten out of a bank, and the director whispers that Is the mnn or woman whollstt-is down to k few million feet, nnd thu 23,000 men. Some. 1,500 more are under ho took the ground thnt the euro of oll cannot bo effected without Conimnndments to n flock of crows, ex- outside about it, and after awhile the without protest, 'ihe tumble is, ou soiling orders. The president has depressure Is so low that the supplv Is its cause. The dcniiU'racy pro- almost useless. This jenr will mark pecting them to retreat under the force suspicion gets fairly started, and it hold the sack while they fill It. he" re cided, it is said, quietly to enlist the 0 of moraj sentiment. They nre to be leaps from one whisperer's lips to an celver of tho stolen goods Is just volunteers lie was authorised 13 poses, If intrusted with power, to elim- tho passing of natural gas as fuel in found everywhere, these whisperers. I other whisperer s lips until ail the peo- bad ns the thief. An ancient writer V congress to add to the army for tem- inate tht protection feature from our ull of northwestern Ohio. The big pipe laws anil place tho tariff on a purely linos which carried gits to 'loledo, Tif think their paradise is a country villnge ple you owe want their money and want clares that a slanderer nnd a man who porary use. of about J, 000 or 2,000 people where It right away, nnd the business circles receives the slander ought both to be t. According to the best expert tes- revenim bnsls. While dulug this it will hn, .Sandusky, Norwnlk nnd inniiy everybody knows everybody, but they come around you like a pack of wolves, hnnged tho one by thu tongue mid the timony it will tnke from 100,000 to 150,- - attack trusts with every form of reme- MimllLTphiccx are fnst being abandoned agree vviU 000 also nre to be found In largo quantities and, though you had assets four times other by the car nml tru?;H to subduu the rilipiuos and dial legislation derivable from thu fci. nnd the pipes taken up. Tho pump staIn nil our cities. more than were necessary to meet your him. hold the principnl points in the islands. oral and state funotlousof government. tions of the.Voithwesterii Natural tlnj When yon henr something bad nbout They have a prying disposition. They liabilities, crash went everything. St. Louis Itcpuhlic. company are shut down, ns nre those ut 5, The rainy season will soon put an lock Into the basoment windows at tho Whisperers! Oh, how much business your neighbors, do not go till over nml tho city of Toledo, which cost tho muto campaigning. "Pifty per cunt, ask nbout it, whether it is true, and end POINTS AND OPINIONS. tnbles of their neighbors nnrf can tell men have suffered! nicipality $1,500,000. The gas would of our men will be Incapacitated by Sometimes In th circles of clergy scatter it and spread It. You might n ilekness nnd the territory overrun will jui.t what they have morning nnd night have lusted many 3 ears longer If In the When tho president has time he to cnt. They can see as far through n men we discuss why it is that a grent well go to n smallpox hospital and take years of Its discovery it had not bo abandoned; will bn in will oblige a good mnny keyhole as other people can sec with n many merchants do not go to church. a puiicui ami carry nun nil through the have to of siege ngnln." Manila is Tills tlie tes- plaining why he delayedpeople bj ex boon wasted. The famous Krng well, a stnte I will tell you why they do not go to community, nsking people If they runliv door wide open. They can hear com timony of Dr. Mc()ticston, lute of fien. thu civil service so long If overhauling probably the greatest gns producer evir on the opposite side of the room. church. IJy tho time Saturday night thought it n case of smallpox. Thai Otis' the country opened up, wns allowed to bum uucou-line- d staff and health olllcer of .Manila. wus suffering under Its would be'very bad for tho patient nml Indeed, the world to them is n whisper- comes they nre worn out with the rules. Kunsat for mouths at a time, millions nf fl. The president's peace commission ing gallery. They always put the worst of business life. They have for all the neighbors. Do not letiill s!im Mtotnlfuiluie, owing largely to Its Ina- City Times. feet going to waste dally. All through and whisperings. Do not make construction on everything. had enough meanness practlcuj upon dors Mark Twnin should hurry home tho natural gas belt, iu the curly iln.v of Some morning a wife descends Into them to sot their whole nervous system yourself the Inspector of warts, and the bility to consider any terms except nnd hustle If he wants to retain his the erne, the streets wore lit hy grout surrender and ubsolutu supervisor of carbuncles, and iIimcoui. the street, her eyes damp with tears, position iih to the "sovereignty of the 1st. Some the groat American humor toichoH, the flames from which some mlssloner fcr street gutters, nml the nnd that is a stimulus to the tnttlerand republican wrote nn nnti times llared up 30 I think nmong the worst of tha United States." Is enough to set up a business for three trust plank for the Ohio plntform.-Oina- ha Chicago Tribune. feet Into the uir. niv those who gather up all the holder of stnkes for r dog tight. Can it This is not n pleasing picture. It is or four weeks. "I guess that husband narsn things that have been said about be thnt you, nn immortnl mnn; thnt nnd wife don't live happily together. I you and bring them to yirt a'.l the you, an immortal vvoutmi, vnn Hnd no neither "benevolent nsslmilatiou" nor d Having Tito Curiv the satisfactory gut- successful conquest. It has nil the apwonder if he hnsn't been'nbuslng her? tilings snid against you, or against better business than lo become nnd benellcont Inllucnce of the spoils "Here's u queer tale from Tonnes-se- e ,.... . .. pearance bf n foolish nnd futile nnd end- system In army .. i t. .no uuiiugnium jio ougni to ne dis- your family, or against your style of ter Inspector? of a family of II that has Its homu inanngoment nml opIJesIdo thnt, nt your family table nb less guerrilla war. If Mr. McKinley enn eration, President MoKlnleyconsldon'i; iu u hollow tree," wild the woman ciplined. He ought to be brought up business. They gather them nil up. nnd who before the church. I'll go right over to they bring them to you; they bring low no detraction. Tench your children "crush the insurrection by nn over- it ins solemn duty to begin the break Is nlvvnjs Interested In strnueo storft--j whelming force," us his supporters nre Ing down niy neighbor's nnd .I'll let them know them to you in the very worst itbnpe; to speak well of others. Show them the of thu entire merit H,stom.-Dctr- olt us she looked up from her paper, urging him to do, It Is manifestly thu about tills mntter." She rushes in nil they bring them to you without any of difference between a bee nnd wasp Free Press. "How would you like such home ns out of breath to n neighbor's house nnd the extenuating circumstances, nnd the on- - gathering honey, the other part of wisdom for him to do so. There Mr. Depew makes a center shot thnt, Willie?" Inquired the woninn's hoi.or nor profit in permitays: "Oh. .Mrs. Allenr. have you heard after they have made your feelings nil thrusting a sting. I rend of n l..mily Is neither when he declares thnt tl lists ceiitrullti husband, turning to his sou and hdr. ting thin unneeossury nnd the dreadful nevis? Why, our neigh-boThe boy shook hh; head. raw, very raw, they tnke this brine, tills wnore tney Kept what they eiilltd "A war to drag on into another year. A'. the conUol of wenlth. 'J'hat, of necessipoor thing, enme down oil the turpentine, this rqun fortis, nnd rub it Slnndrr Hook," nnd when any slanderty, must raise prices, reduce wages and "Too enay to gut hold of switch," ho stops in a flood oJ tears. That brute in with a coarse towel, nnd rub It in un- ous words were uttered In the hoiist V. World. promote Idleness. Ills declaration that iiusvvorcd, as his mind everted to somu of a husband has been abusing her. til it sinks to thn bone. They make you nbout anybody or detraction uttered it The censorship over tiiie telegraph there is nt present uwontrary effect will 01' the little controversies ho hud hnd was nil put down In this book. The lines nt Manila Is .me of thu develop- not be commonly accepted. Doth Mr. with "lis father. Chicago Pom, Well, It's just ns I expected. 1 snvv the pincushion in which they thrust all book wns kept carefully. For lilm the other nfteninon very smiling tho sharp things tlmy have ever the first ments of our new of gov- Hnnim nnd .Mr. hnrd few w'ks there were a grunt many ernment which Is Imperial form slgnifl-ran- nnd exphinutory Dopovv e apologetic A Tnl nnd very grnelous to some one who nbout you. "Now, don't bring me for tin- Kllil,.,),., particularly in their treatment of Into entries, but after "Jlininie," nqu!red he neighbor boy awhile there were no smiles back, nnd I thougl t then I would the scrape. Now, don't tell anybody I A careful scrutiny of all mail nnd the trust subject. Their plens nte in just go up to him and tell him he had told you. Let it be between you nnd entries nt nil. Detraction stonnetl In telegraph matter going Into the Philip- nvoidnnce. Mr. Dopovv has furnlshon through the fence, "whiitolublslt your thnt household. It would be a cood pines Is entirely y roper, and asourn,vy a conclusive reason why trusts better go home nnd look i.fter his wlfo me. Don't Involve me in it nt will be maw's just Joined? I heard hcruMkiu and family, who probnbly at that very They nggravnte you to the point of all." thing to hue a slander book In nil occupics the coast and our forces hnve n lighting issue this yonrnnd next your. my iimvv to Join, too," pro-"I don't know, but from the way she's time were upstairs crying their ejes inniiy, and then they wonder you can- households. the cables In their possession It can eas- Ho has been fr.Milc enough to expiess OUt. Oh. Mrs. Allenr. tin lnn vnn,. i,ilu the great tinnier to the people the innkln' me nnd the servants work I ily be maintained. Hut why Is the outnot sing psalm tunes! They turn you Heaven punishes the bad and prove band go over ard put &n end to this on a pit be lore a hot fire bound matter t,o ruthlessly cut to raisin',' of priei s ml thw lowering vi think- It must be u drlviu' ulub," and winder the best. Dr.vdea. 1'i'eu Prcua. . urgh Pout. pieces wufces. ClncInnhH linquirer. . TO GOSSIP IS A SIN. 1 ""' fi u, jnj "' ''ia.i iH ,v 111 v . 1 se 1 - i- -e 0, 'W-wol- l, wills-peie- d L d. llrst-elas- ty. en't 11 e 11 over-suspicio- 11 - 1 11 v 1 On'-ysnnk- t i to-da- y v, uor-no- - 1 . -- vvhls-pere- r 1 I I 11 d "llntilrnt. bn-eue- dlMi-nso- . ::L K1"" m thcj.(, I de-e- el 1 whi-pe- r- Af ,v, - ""; "- 11 sj. y tet 1 ''!' t.-- ,.. g ....ti. .... .v 1 .h 11 ". ooui-petltiv- e 1 11 1 1 I . 111 tin-trus- t 1 35,-001 11 1 n wills-pur- er World-IIorul- d. obs-rve- i. ... 11 11 11 r, 11 1 -- 111 t. - 1 - 1 i)e-Vr- olt DISMEMBERING CORN. Hxprrliurtilii In TIM Direct Ion, Con. iluctcil In IMfto-cti- t Section, lliitt I'rovt-- 1'nllurra. - - - , n r.r r r..i mi y ji,ri-- i n. FOR THE POULTRY YARD. TliriT IVnlluu f'mitrlt nncca U'limr Introduction l Ittriiiiiiui-tiilrtllviu-rt- . ! J No doubt unitic of tlit' rcuilcrn have rxpcrlvtu'i'tl illlllctilty in rathlug chicks In tin- mini yard with Iiuiih. which in tin' chick licliiff rrow (led out nt iiifiiltiiiu'ft and lnlii pecked ty tin Iiciih. In tin HIiiHtititlon No. U klioun bov into which (la chick! can jjo nt nn. Hint to feed, nnil the cannot et t them nt all. The 1 11 In-ti- Ho.l. hoard, -' InrhfK lrlii? cut Into four p'rem, each piece four feet lone;, and nailed The box ban no bill the top Ik covered with lath, llir Milieu liming holi'H that iiiluilt the chick nnil exclude the heim. Uy lm la; the box bottoinleKM it may be motet from plate to place, thti avoiding tilth. A cheap coi.p for a hen and a brood at young chick inav be made of an ardlnury Inr(e cheese 1ki, an shown 10-fotoj-rtlier. hot-lon- bqx Ih tnnilr of wlilc. Hid lioanl i, No.zTywifs' InVi fc,"f,'u ' If the Uo It. not ilt'pjt enough, of llicm ina be faMcricd together. l"uriner licvievv. It In only Intended for use during the lrt ffvr iliiyn of thechlckH, bk the box WHY NOT DIP PIGS? woitltl not niumer for the hen during nt . length of time, tin room bring I'rneMer Wlili'li. Onp lnlrnilnrrrt r rentrlelwl. It wnw well for on III Hnve In h .Ncluliliorliooil, cool nml can br rlwineil ue. mk it nnI'olliMtrra. or moved itifclly. Kimply murk the lm nil Hround Into striiin about two Inchon 1'ftrnifrn who keep sheep are well uide and cut out eai h alternate The obJut of the eontrlvanm: U to en- - advlftcd an to the benefits arising from dipping ut leant once a year, nud thut preferably directly after K.iearlng Our iouthern friends are becoming familiar with the Idea of dipping cattle. They hate found out that it wll1 )kjll,.1tho tick, which are elouoly conpflJjW! nected lit "STuie ws1y" with the trnim- mfftxinn of Icvns tuwr. Why not; hen dip plg and boats? a,tn Ualiaee' nrmer. In a limited way farmers nre ble one to prepare a coop In nhort diilng It in extreme cases. Two 01 time and alitiOHt ut no eont. Ah the three years ago the pigs In n neighborihickK will be removed after they are hood hi Iowa were not doing well. lurgc enough to run alxiut, the coop they were scouring and had many ol may then tucd for the. next young the symptoms of cholera. In fact, many of them died. It occurred tc iiroixl. More properly No. 3 may be termed one fanner to examine his pigs closely, n cover for the feed dih, or ft may be and he found they were lousy, and njide larger for confining a hen, the getting a barrel of water, and covering 11 Willi kerosene, he ttok the rhlel.ft to run In and out. Simply n handle to an old basket or it youngsters one by one, nnd ioued iniv of any kind and make entrance them in, the result being th saving number ami an Inv bole of a diameter junt Mifllclcnt to of the lives of permit voting chick to rim In and out. protemeut In the thrift of all. A farmThe bottom of the lmkket or hoxuhould er In mi exchange states that afler hit pigs were eight or ten weeks old removed. lrt be object i that, when feeding some or them were not doing well, The young uhlckn, their food may be m some were lousy and some iiinngv, and covered an to protect It from larger he tried kerosene, but It did not hnve chick or fowls, while the chickn can the desired elTect. 11k had sheep dl. help thuuiftclvcH unmoh'xtcd. Poultry on hand, and seeing It was good for The only a lice and mange and skin disease ot ket without time lwy will carrv a big basKeeper Illustrated. a protei i w hen it c'ontams pie sheep, put a quart of it Into 23 gallon! and cake for u picnic iunch. Atchuon of water, stirred it thoioughly, Ulube. INTRODUCING QUEENS. and gave the plgi a dipping. The THE MARKETS. I)rrrlitlon nf it .ttcllmil Which linn chnnge was t marvelous. He left the . liy unriei in me pig pen and ever Heen Trletl iieeppfullCSKCI.S.VATI. X after that when ti pig was not doing I.I I. STOCK Cat tlo. common J if. July Ci iUll It'll llrcUrcirr. . i well he gave It a dlplng. We believe ni",ill'I?w,,or' ' fth 0 M i. r a thlH Is a good idea. Kxiimiuntion of Jie.n.. Coarhu and nouvy. Pome yearn ago rent to Miiinc)iu-netl... 3 W fi. 3 .V ll(MKic):e ,.... r J to W. M for kIx iiieciiM, anil hogn will show the need of something rhl nhl iiiTi v: they trc to be introduced according to to cleanse the skin and free them from 3 4V u, 4 no 0l m a r bin plans, ami if any failed to become vermin. It would not, of course, bn ll.OL'll- - XV.iitorii 3 4J 3 M unit..... -.V introduced the dead would be re- advisable in winter season, but ftoai & :s ,ir u April to October it would be entirely placed by lit lug ipieetiK. Ills imttruc-ttotiti CornNii. 2 inixiij cru to remove the old ipicin from practical. cut No. s aS ft iM file hives that were to receive the new 10 choum lulS VJ FOR LOADING WAGONS. Mock; and bare of the ciindv, at once rHOVI.SlONs-M- o. ,irU. . ft .,,,,.,, .......... Ci 4 l'i lay the cage over the f limes and clmc HU'riKU-c- , 11 iiicwiiuiii... .1 Cmitr!-- . mice M'lileli .1lnUet the the hive for five da,va thing which ,..rlSUMi.l'll."lr0l'r amcry.. ft Si H. .' W ,l'e vv:c,, New lo or 2 I.lfllntf nf llrnty Article u Cum. fnnev did and found only one cpicen that had I'Ol'A'iOi: brl .... mi Ol ii 'I nil.--. Iinriitlvel)' ln been accepted. Two or three j cars later, cmcAUu Hivx a writer In the Amei lean ltte.lour-mi3 a ft3 7i ptent I rceeivid an albino iptecn from Getting heavy boxes and other heavy l.;'Ai.V Wheiit No. S rco... (, .ftH T3,fc T3V, an Iowa bricder, but this time made articles into wagons nud carts in a mat'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 2 the colony (ptucnlehs that with to rccilvc ter that often icqulicH great eirott. OAIJ--N- .viu ;. ft "...;. 7 til h. 8 S..K the queen ts hour before Introducing, Needless lifting bhould be Hvolded, a l'ouic jioam l.AKLi 4 I'TJi o 10 and loHt my (tiecn. I could not under-itanXKW VOltlC -- Winter i.uicut It was that tho-- ipiccni, wh! FI;OtK 10 HKAT-...;,, 3 W ffi 4 mi 2 Q. coming from n ilistmice. were rejected 3 mixed.....,:::: coN-- xa (. ill, by my bees when I had no trouble in it 4 o.T-Mi':::. .;:."..;.:::'.' introducing my own Block among my it 10 i, l'i KK Xew muss 10 to fcl . .., 75 scut own. Ma, be Mime one can tell. 5 M Kotitli hiHt sprint; for M) queeiiN, ami HAI.TIMOKK. FLOl'11- -r mlly S .10 fit S W when tney arilved all were laid on the UiiAlX VVIicat, No. S rid T54 nuclei vveie liclf, mill 4H J? Minihrrn.... 7 Cs Com IvoJ made, and all hhut up light with whe 3S', (lu-.wMte then nTcen until S hours had live X SweMcrn LOADINCi MADK CASY. S nil. CArn.K-Kli- Hl the IS ipieens were laid on top of the quality. ...... I Or. 4 0J tt I 15 frames, as before, and every single one thla Is the xort of work thnt mnkci UOU. .ViBti-rIXl)IAXAl'OI.l& wit ncccpted. All hud started cells in men on the farm old before their time. GltAlX Wheat. Xi . i red at TS abundance, but when the queens were The cut bhovvs a tdniplc device for railtVrn-X- o. S mixed. ,.,..',':. Cr. Uaik-2 inlxenl kct free nil cells were destroyed. I ing heavy articles Into the bodies of r.OlMSVIM.B. wall five days, cither, to see carts anil wagons. Two side pieces are did not patent 3TJ ft 4) what was going an, but took n look at held by two cross braces. Small Kill- rt.Ol'H-WinSreei.,... 7J db any of Iheiu at any llmu I chose. The ers arc set In every ten or twelve Inches, Corn Mixed.,., dr. 'tis' In full a WCJ remaining two were Introduced wire nail through holes In I'oiiK Me ....::::. (a I'M onfincd with en. mil tho side plcccs'servlng us bearings. A l.AKU-h.ecolonies, but n 4 5 75 safety, I think I vr..vld not be afraid lip of Iron, twisted ns shown, Is fasof Introducing any number when done tened tn the side at the upper end oi as above. Though others may have each end piece to rest upon the floor plans that work equally well, I am not of the cart or wagon. The nnlls uhuulc "play" loosely In the side pieces, but afraid of this plan In my hands. Into the rollers. Let the latWhen fcrtlllzcr arc ncechsary, the ter project above (he hide pieces, when f letting the the box or oilier article van easily be want of nines. ground to the wagon r.iiiiuire go bv vraste and linyjiig art! rolicd up from V. Tribune. tlclal fertlllCa shojIdnotbeTpruetked ot curt, lo the corn plant during growth. Home timet it has been the lootK, tomctlmcK the part of the plant above the earn, A and HomctlmcH only the tiiHKclK. part of the experiments hne ccincd to pi ve fair icnillt, but otlicrB hnve given decidedly bail rcKiilt. A third i'Ihmh of experluicnti linn been without result. It is probable that what little pood win obtained uun a mere fur the ri'tifou that two jilntn of orn will never tlehl exactly the Mime, even though all conditions arc exactly Identical. lint the trlnls have proved that ut leant nothing Ih gullied, and experience would hceni to teach that tlieic must be an actual lots. A pen iTiitiou ago it with thi! practice in some pat Is of the country to cut olf the whoU oJ the corn plant above the. earn Imnu'dlritely after the nil If nix! the pollen were supposed to have dono their work. The fanner Minn pot n prcnt deal of fodder for his cattle, anil iuinplucfl that hi corn plant would elaborate the biiiiic welpht of cam without the top ns with It. No notice win. taken of the fact Hint the foliage of a plai.t is needed for the elaboration of the grain of the plant. It l probable that in most ciucs the yield of corn Ha greatly ilcereased by thi practice. The custom without doubt remain1 especially in the ciiot-er- a Mutes, where the Ilelild are no (mall in area that the practice of thu robbing the corn cioji can be. carried on naturally and canity. Knot'pniulng Ik another method ol iliKiiicmhcrlug the corn plant that lias not pioved of advantage, bo far in vt reiiieml-- r, no experiment at the station Inn given rewultH tdiovvlug nu advantage of any kind. In text, nt vTie lllinoiK Htntlon rcduce.l tho yield about '.'0 per cent. At the New Vcrk Matlon tin corn crop reduced the lehl more than nine IiimIicIk per acre in prill n and more than I.imhi pounds in fodder. tied-tletit, to-darool-prunin- A Rood many experiment hnve been inntle to determine, it an, tiling could be gained by ciittin oil portion of g root-prtinln- g tf-- sum-mr- I .VI - -- 1 11 1 at-tn- 11 Three citizen one lawyer, one s doctor Did and one a newtpaper man cat in a back Tne rrcifp.op Ejppctpd Dpitth. Dat room recently in the gray light of the early Heard Smooth Uineuiiue from FOR MRS. ROCKWELL. dawn. On the table were mtny empty bot(lie Inillnn. tle: and a couple of pack of card. As they at in ilcnce a rat scurried ncro the hearth ' "P IntC IVof. Mnrgll lovrd in trWnt into the darknes beyond. The three men MHKUAU HO. 69,884 LlTTtK TO each other shifted mltcnture which once befell him uneasily.their feet and looked at the lawyer ' I was n grijat MtfTercr from feinalo Alter a long pause a member of a party of fossil pokc. "1 know what you fellow arc think-iriR,- " weakness nud iind no strength. Itwns It aid; "you think 1 thought I taw a impossible for mo to attend to my Humeri in ti,0 Indian country, say rat, but I didn't!" Chicago Inter Ocean. I hud tried every rwit-nianMrentn. household duties. m m thing mid mun doctors, but found no ' The I,.whole party realized that thev l'encc In (lie l'lillliilni-a- . .. t. were dangerous country, and all relief. Peace in the Philippines i bound to prove " My sister lulvlsed mo to try Lydia hands were constantly on the wntch for profitable to all concerned. Warring coneiii'tnies, and weic careful not to wan dition, whether tliey be in. the Philippines K. l'inkham'u Vegetable Compound, disor in the I did; boforo using all of one ner far from the commnnd or If two astrous. Ifhuman stomach, arc cniially which your stomach has rebelled, there or three fossil gatherers did go off from in one bottle I felt better. I kept on with it the authority that will quickly subdue it. mnln body they took with them n It is Hostctter' Stomach Hitters, and it and to my great surprise I am cured! biliou All who suffer from femnle complaints number of soldiers to stand guard while cures constipation, indigestion, Fee ncsn, nervousnefs and dyspepsia. that bhould give it tv trial." Miifl. Kock-wr.1.1- ., they worked. One day Prof. Marsh was hard nt a private Itevcnuc Stamp cover the neck K'0t S. Division St., Giiasd of the bottle. work 011 his knees In the bottom of the '.'atidh, Mich. An Idcn. narrow ravine digging nwny the soil Fcndcnon has got an idea. Tie ay he from a bone which stuck out ol the rrnm a Crntrtuk Newark Womu. know now why salt codfish issalt. " When 1 wrot to you I was very bank. He was entirely absorbed In his it come from the salt water. It Hecause is more slclc, had not been well for two years. task nnd noticed nothing of what was than he can undentand, however, why all Tho doctors did not seem to help me, going on almut him until the brilliant the other salt water fish are not salt. J5os-toTranscript. and one said I could not live thrco sunlight was cut off by a dark shadow, months. I hnd womb trouble, fnlllng, and he looked up to see standing above The first Prescription for Chills, ulcers, kidney and blnddcr trouble. him a grim Indian warrior holding his and Fever is a bottle, of Gkovb's Tasteless rlfl ready. Chill Tonic. It is simply Iron nnd quinine in There seemed to bo such a drawing The professor's heart Icnped Into his a taslcleba Xonn. Nocuro no pay. Price0c mid burning pain in tny bowels that I could not rest anywhere. After using throat. He forgot where he was. He Era of Amity. strove to utter a propitiatory "How," d Lydla K. Plnkhnm's Vcgetablo A we understand it, in the millennium Wu&h and follow- but hi dry lips refused to form the not only will the lion and the Iamb lie down and Sanative together, but women will probably quit ing your advice. I feel well again nnd word, nnd he could only swallow, try- kissing ttronger than ever. My bowels feci ns if ing to get rid of the lump In his throat. street. each other when they meet on the Detroit Journal. they had been iiiade over new. With Suddenly the savage bent toward him many thunlcs for your help, J remain, and spoke: Prof. Chas. P. Curd, A. M., Washington "Have I the honorof addressing Trof. University, St. Louis, Mo., sajb: "Wo unL. G., 74 An.v St., Ni.wahk, K. J." Olhnell Charles Matsh, the eminent hesitatingly attribute tho iccovcry and continued kooU health of our llttlcboy to Teeth-ipaleontologist of Yale college V" he Ina. Upon tliuo Powders be seems to fatMAN PUNISHED, j quired. SELFISH ten and llnivc." The revulsion of feeling was almost Iloak i no more. You probably didn't n.TC too much for the professor, who wns A Llltle Trnln Inelileiil Thnt know Hoaks, but he found a dollar in the now even less able to speak than he had watch pocket of his last summer's trousers Jullei l.ovlnu: been before. and the poor fe'low never recovered from .tl licit Joy. It developed that the Indian ns n the shock. Chicago Daily Ncus. PatsrtiKcri on nn Atlantic City train a small boy line! been sent east. ChrisWe want you to use Putnam Fadeless fovk' evcmiiK" .igo vveic treatel to a pectacle tianized, educated, taught the element Dyes malm they color more nf r.!nlilllic lll.Ilcp tlut tltklcii tliCIll fa- of you no faster unci brighter mtiiul). 'Hie iar vva crottdeil, and, a the' to theology and sent b.wk to the west more tliau others. colors mid cost Ilk: per package. elvttie his tribe. dutt was II)iiir pretty t)nckl, nil ttie pa.ciiKt'r mvc one hud their window down, Half our lives we .sit up night perfecting Thin.tin'ileahant eice'ition vva?a disjtiiutltJ plans to get gold. The other half we he WHERE ICE IS WELCOME. lookins part, with a plentiful growth lof awake nights fearing someone will rob us. hUkiT, and thec he fcl j vvceilvlookniK L. A. W. Hulletin. lowed to vv av in at J "t of the window- - wj:n Grn. I'nnafnn l.onfil in Cut the Ice cepliyrk. Ot courc, lie Rot nJl the KUJity I have used Piso's Cure for Consumption of Sorer ami litis nt l.nst of the ilunt nnd cindci-s- , for thin-- alwi; both in my family and practice. Dr. tS. Poii ml It. blow in the cat directly behind. Tvvomoi y W. Patterson, Inkstcr, Mich., Nov. 5, 1S9I. tlrned ttomen oiiupicd these unfortuul'e I quarter, and, after utTcniiKiiiKrtiduiufr In connection with the possibility of The pleasure in talking too much i as alxnii il initiiitm. one of tht'in afl.ul IJ fien. Fuiisinn havinir n political nmbl- - short lived as that of eating heavily on a bend" if he would mind pt weak stomach. Atchison Globe. tiux the window down. "No'" he iepiul, tftloil. .1. W. diced tells n storv which jrullly. "It's too warm. If you don thkeftrplte; much insight into the character Hull' Catarrh Cure (.lianee your seat. Jj.ltoi the man. sovh the Knnsus Citv Jour- I taken Internally. Price 75c. I ti iroat ot the man ai a traveling man, -fiat. wlm tool, in tin- - niu.ition nt a dance. Oufck A man could make money with five finger us h llasli he raised hi window, und msuiii Jl level was In New York on the day cr the Mowing fucinl appendage of the man lunston nailed nwny to join thelnsur-en- t if he didn't have ten for it to slip through. behind began to perform a must lealful seforces in Cuba, nnd accompanied Chicago Daily New. rifs of gyrations. The duet speckleilthcm, Mpi to the steamer to say good-by- . and the wind twisted them Their fvvner, Man once ate the cream, but now they after a few moment of sink violence, gut Ivhile Ihc pair were talking nt the cremate the man. Chicago Daily New. hi vvudow itcamer landing, Funstou spoke of hiu led in the face and then put dnw n. A few moments later he leauiil over probable future, Fome people are loyal in the way that a nnd said: and asksl the other passenger to slut off "Willis. I hnve no nmbition to get gadfly is loyal to a horse. Atchuon Globe. the draught m n similar manner, but, to the intense amusement and gratification f the rich. I wouldn't get lutopoliticsfor wlfti ItflH tiAlnir nf tin ii.m,?n In ltti- 1 linvc no 1 am nfraid settled i vatched the little comedy all thowy , or clearly seen ambition, K llut, ncv- through, the- drummer, without so twinkle of the eye, replied. "No Il'JTuownlicless. I want to cut some Ice In the varm. Ji you iiuti t like u etiange our Itforld, and 1 Intend to keep hustling un -w- nsjvs-r-- r. i s; nut I "Philadelphia Itecord. ' Vi i til mv time comes. This yearning to cut Ice has been Itr liioil I'riMrrti. manifest in all the movements of the A thing of beaut) i a joy forever, if tome restless, tireless, always moving young Other fellow happens to it v- 5 You tan lead u horse to water. lmLvnu Kansas soldier. He has searched for turn can nut make htm drink, but when vou.ui-hs opportunity from the Arctic to the reed in getting a man up againit the bat he! iquntor. Never staying anywhere long, ' loses ins nurse sense. It's a long lane that ha no turning whin ie ban dropped one thing after nnother the trefltute you nre in search of it "lint h a fashion that mode Ills friends fear armttrwl t tw tA t l.an.l ic was n changeling nnd unstable, ut'Uli til. IIVAI saw . .. . roitune knnckn at mane .i min'a ,1nrrl ;;, uiey iucrin io cniuiirciicnu "" ,..!.,.. he i out chasjiig the grovwer. Chi - ii u...,. imw .i Ethnt "" Wfl till pnfprnpn nnil frnfritt. ...... . .. .. .. . .... ... H...( . W "ago less of a mighty ambition, and that An Combination. Men are somewhat like fish A soon at thnt they deplored In him wns the very 'II.c nleasant methoel and beneficial thi-think thev ate nble tn rot nlr,.... nn ciaiactcristle that was to lead hi:n on their own hook "they ate likely to get caught fhglory. At last. 1O.0C0 miles away from effects Oi t'e well known remedy, oh loinconc else'. L. A. V, llullctm. lomc, be found a chance to cut the Ice ST"U' .?r. F'Sf ,S""fl,,i!.,nb-rtli , .., , , .... -- i ... . iiinblULU vaui.'uii.iiA 1 iu wii.ur w um iiiuuiiiun, nun in cuiuug uu cue the vuliie nf nhtnlnincr tln lini.!.4 l.nvn. , aid through the fence to the (plenty. I tlve principles of plants known to uC tiiiinp dog, "I don t mind being tvanlicd. I; I medicinally laxative ami presenting I Mich fun to roll in the ditt aftctward." them iu the form most refreshing to tho Indianapolis Journal. TRICKY PET& IT SURPRISED HIM. A Left-Hnnd- ed Adtnliloa. What a Little Faith ,. lUOUS-- i .'"Io NESS headache? Is there a bad taste in your mouth? Then you have a poor appetite and a weak digesYou nre frequently tion. dizzy, always feel dull and you have cold drowsy. hands and feet. You get but little benefit from your food. You have no ambition to work and the sharp pains of neuralgia dart through your body. What is the cause of all this trouble? Constipated bowels. Do you get up with ft n Cola-Ktun- Aicr's PILLS ana certain cure. Keep yM(P Ble&t Ave will give you prompt relief If you have neglected your case a long time, you had better take n T - -' Ager's sarsa-HrlH- i j v him how you ara suffering. You will promptly recclro tho belt mcuical am ice. .viurcss. ur. J. U. A7cr, ixnrcu, HIM. alst. It will remove all impurities that have been accumulating in your blood and will greatly strengthen your nerves. Writ the Doefer. Thcro may bo something about your cast you do not qulto under-mndoctor Write tho freely i tell d. - ' ?I V '. ?' 3'S ?'C 'O i?y ntiy-Ltlii- g. - mullJr, S8te?SSr-Vi- ii Kansas In 'H 1 Kansas in the Philippines Is making a reputation for courage and pstriotUm that si Irs our blood. t 5t r ?. s8fb5HBJs5S?l tam Y:oii2ea.a ssfcXiaBR&'5.ii a 4 s. po-t.- a 5a3Kss Whcatfields and orchards tin at- - & rem Iv maiiearcDutatlon for irlirnntlr yields that aitoninhes the worlik Oil welKcoal.lead and salt mines furnish a hai for industrial development. Send for free copy of W "What's the Matter With Kana'" and for information ,f about homesrekrrn' exclusion tickets L via Santa Fe Route. r AdJrc Ucnr ral ncrrOfflc, R Tke Atchison, Topeka & SdnU fe Hiiltvay, r& the Cornfields, I'if Tinic.-Herold- W ...... ?vMt2. M4 4 i$Fi&& Excellent ifiWitS CHICAGO. ( rtbe - I if.. taste and acceptable to the system. It is the one perfect strengthening laxative, cleansing the svstcm effectually, ot I'lnylnc .InUe on I'ouil dispelling colds, headaches and fevers Tlielr eTiirr. gently yet promptly nnd enabling ono to overcome hubittuvl constipation per The dossy, or "rock rabbit," is a new manently, its perfect freedom from t wbieb has bee brought from Smith ?' objcctloimblo quality and sub- its acting on the kidneys, Africa, nnd ho Is uiy nice ..... fel- - stance, nnelbowclS( ycr nn(J without weakening 0W. DUt lie IlOS Ono little trick tlint nr Irrltnllnn- (limn. inn!.-.-. It. Itm Iilnnl da all clalmtd for tlirrW nonderlul medicine. I bavc out wlttaed tor aiuooiclno uleatantto tukeand at let nato round it Iu Cawrurclt. blnco laklnclbf m my Mootl has beon pitrltlcd and my comiilexlun uo nonderlully and I teel much better In cveT nay. Mils. SAU.IE U. fciLLAlis. CANDY w. "CiaCAKfrrt and are a truly BLOOD F BAD wvinrtitllw niT nu it tlir Jlnneooif Ai THAOI MADK RIOUVTHtfO 11 I 11 n tjueeu-brecde- 1 vv . I.Aill-.-.siirm- v UitAlN-Winot- ii (a- - vv Kve-N- IiAY-'I'iii- iie 11 TA 1 . 1 1 l, Kl.OUH-Win- ter 1 causSuT.:!us 0. d e O- Xo r-- d e,i. .1 1 I.AUU--VVeiL- l'leaant. Talatablo. Potent. Tatte Oood no In the process of manufacturing figs Good, .SevtrSlrkcn. Weaken. or Gripe. 10c. Oc.i0c they tiro pleasant to tho nre ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... taste, but the medieiiinleiualitics of the llrrilat n,,d. (Mipti;, rkltar. Mnl. V'.rl. SI' remedy arc obtained from senna and cnarantecd br by a method Nn.Tn.Rif! fold and OUUUTobacco all drug-other aromatic olants. Habit. known to the Califoknia Fio Svkup Co. only. In order to get its beneficial fcprlngs wpiurc on tlint peion's hip effects nnd to avoid imitations, plcaso or knee, or on the tabic beside him, fly reincmbertliefull name of the Company lng off ngaln, light ns a bird, and is nut printed on the front of every package, or the room whi lo the nhtonibhed peibon CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. of nn arcurato and corrcetlr mado CTCI.B CHAIN ran not be nieanurrd lo wordi Don 1 b having four kinds of fits. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. worry alons with a ehein chain, whrn for l.flO LOUISVH.I.E. KY. CHAIN, ttho The mongoose, a furry little animal For sale by all DniBRit'.s. NEW VORK. N. Y. you can vcta it DCAPflPlf ' ' ori!iipiriuitle) Llndtn.it nor- rCRuUult Price 50c. per bottle npont the size of a cat, which Is tihcil to teuton receiptor price. Ktaiie paid, state number otllnkHuud width, whether renters. )( or Mint snakes, nlso plnys a trick of this CLINTON CHAIN WORKS, kind. It cannot jump, so It climbs up 14'i Hnuth Clinton Htreet, Chlruao. behind the busy person, never making the least bit of noise, nnd nil at once, while the busy one Is thinking perhaps TEETH I NG POWDERSmU of something clear on the other side We vlll furnish duplicates of LIVE ST0CI CUTS or uny OTHER CUT shown In anySPECIMEM of the world, they feel n cold, black nose BOOK, at or bolow quoted prices tor same. pushed up ngalnst their car, and turn A. N. KOLLOflO NEWSPAPER CO., nround with n shriek to see the mon335 V. l'tftli St.. Ctiicltuiutl, o. goose, with Its face full of mischief, running away to its box as fast ns it can go. ynlts till he finds his master or u friend- lv visitor asleep or leading or writing. mil then he creem as eiulellv as n muse to as great n distance as he can j imp, and when the buy person is not Hiking- for anything of the kind he J 1' - irrrllo !' ..... nt.l ln,lt..a (. ihiii-- i 111. lf .1.. i,i lit... .1111.. llr. ..1. ' ln..t.. ItlAUlllU ,. ' The Benefits llJf LIVE ST06K GUTS; two-fram- e T.Ml'-f- . TO .v Xa pai-sc- . TO I I Xa ter liiJAIX-Whcut-Oats-.MI- Xo. hold. He Had Itenmtn to Itnn. The man came out of an olllce building on the run nnd started down the htreet. "Here! Here!" cried the policeman on the corner. "What's your hurry ?" "Thcro'8 a man back there trying to sell nie n book on 23 weekly installment! of $2.33 each!" cried the. victim. Tho policeman iustanlly released his CIDER MACHINERY. c j. Morrirrr. m. .. jt. i.ovih. aio. OF THIS I'AFKIl IIKSIHINO IX) 11UY ANVTHIKO ADVKIITISIII) IN ITS CdLtMNS HlOL'l.l) INMbT L'PO.N' HAVING WHAT T1IKV ASK FOU. ItKH'SlNQ ALL 8UUS I'lTUTKS OH IMll'ATlUKS. i . (Iratrm. T t,Hrdraulli Kiitl Hrrow Ikr Mctttlon, Rrsolitft the Ilaurli ind MlM . vWSv pin. llliititt ntrJ torn Tfethlnt- - FT. TICTIIINA Krllrrri the llontl Catalopiiafrr. t. not H&RITON1'unini. u. a bO8, ilvTKUlT,IUII. Only TronMfi or ChlMrr n of knj l(e and Costs K Cents. AM' Your DruKetst tor tint krpt ty drunltla mull S86 criiln to lli it-- If EDUCATIONAL. 0 NEW HAMPSHIRE MILITARY ACADEMY Prepares lor Uorernment Aradetnlet und A. M.. ,''i'i'S.iil.V.i xeit 116 -- am "JtunI" ho cried. "Run like n whitehead I Maybe you can net nwny from him yet." Chicago Post. Full UumruervUI Oonrio. Major II. F. IIYA'IT. Principal. WLVf LKHANON. N. II. A. N. K.-- 15 1768 WIIKX tVUITINO TO AIlVF.HTIHKItH lllcn". pirate stute that yuu mcut lo this i iupcr. w the Advertise liomc-mutl- o --- N. tc HiHBHiHHHHHililHHHH To cure, or monoy refunded by your merchant, so why not try it? Price SOc, iur ijrL. ,n i,m- - iT,t,-'titifjl- i jjjuv tf' jipaw! ff. "vl THE FALL ELECTIONS. Republican County tion. Conven- Simply l'rolcKslonal Writer' EleotlonB will be held next November in eleven States, and tbo results In some of thorn will bavo an Important boarlnj? on tbo national election next year. Tbe following Statoa will holtT elections in November: Iowa Governor, State ofllcors and Legislature. KentnoKy Governor and other The Republican county Convention met nt Court Honso, Thursday. Lcrov Collins was ninilo chairman ami J. T. Beadles, Secy. The convention instructed for Kd. Thomas for Secretary of State, but declined to instruct for Kovernor. L. D. Peeler, of Hickman, nntlT. P. Hondlcs. of Pulton, were elected delegates to cast the 2 votes of the county, the delegates aro for Taylor for Governor. Illustrative of tbe tritb that everything goes in Now Yort. Mr. A, IJ, II. Wlllloms writes frm thcro to bis paper Tbo OrlseaviUo S. Cash Book Store. CK 1ST. Hide man, HELM Keatucfcy, State offloers. Maryland Governor and both bouses of the Legislature, Will Quit Politics. Dear L. .V Massachussetts Governor, State offloers and both bonses of the Legislature. Governor, Stnto Mississippi. Legislature. offloers and Nebraska. Justices of tbe Supreme Court and two inombors of tbe Board of Regents of tbo Statu University. New Jersey Eight Stale Senators and sixty members of tbe ns X : of tbe General Assemble. Ohio. Governor and all State Iu the published card of your President, Smith, ho says : ''Let mo again sm;gct that the Louisville and Xashvillo Railroad will immediately, and of its accord, quit politics as soon as all parties nnitu In determining that the material interests of the Stato shall be justly protected and promoted." Say, Smith, I don't tako to combines much, but 1 agree, that "all material inembly. terests of the State ahall bo justly proof tected and promoted," tho houe.it voters New York. Two Justices means. Now, the Supreme Court in tbe Fret Ju- determining what that agree, and get get tho other fellow to dicial District, one Justice in tbo out. Yours, with remembrances of the Eighth District and 150 members past, Hill Gokiikl. ALSO "STOLE A t Splendid .Selection of f t ouriotis truth I hero that ns a rplf the Htnfl'of a Now York now8fcfer la NEW BOOKS, individually oppoaetl to tln(t politics, but tho erep:-pe- r STATIONERY, doesn't care, nor doBB olse. So long as In docs properly what is giver, hliu NOTIONS, &c to do nobody nsks what hi politics or religion or what hoTtMnks Call and sou our Stock. IS very or bow ho lives, I worked once on n llopubllcuu uowspapoV horo which didn't bavo but ono JReinib thing up to date. lican on it, and bo Ib uowj forkM.VKY IjKKKNDKH & Co ing for The World, which 4 (i to bo Democratic, Xowspaper peoplo know very well that tbo papers of tho! real cities select their men without j I roforouce to their individual tiews (Sucer-in- r nud that those take emlnayaent lo Win. UIetelhrlnk,) without roforenco to tho vlrfws of UKALKt IN other people. Tho writer is told whnt to writo and writes It, Tbis would soem very strango down hero. It 0.,'News: Is n lt Solo Agent for Vulcan Chilled Plows, and do"'s-paper- 's nuy-bod- y i" Denier in Disc Harrows, Disc Gultiva-- . tors, One Horse Cultivators, One lIor.sc Harrows, Buckeye Binders and Mowers, Hay Rakes. Forks, &c 5T II. C'all TYI.KII, and look at my Implements before buying. 1. 1. IIOMOHIIK, V. I'rM't. sap-poso- d r. I'rea't. I G. 5. Baribtt Provisions, K ICKMA2T U HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. BAITK, Tf C. JOHXKO.1, t-- .-i Fancy Groceries and Paid KISS. offloers. Pennsylvania Slate Treasurer, Oscillatory Itobber l'lrr-- Took Mrs. Macksej's Jewels. two Judges of tbe Supremo Court and one Judge of tbe Superior Chicago. July !. ''You may kiss me Court. a Virginia. Seoretary of State. now," said C55robber to Mrs. Win, Mack-ReWest Monroo street, af of Xo. Treasurer and minor State offloers ter he had taken her diamoiid earrings v mltteo is called to meet In Clicio HI GKMAN, KENTUCKY. July 20th. "QUININK" Jim McKonzli nal most totally oiintt, nt his Ijoutv Oak Grove, Ky. KUKK DKMVKKY. Hir QUAIITEKLY KEL'OII OF TUB Tiik National Democratic! Com siitri.us ,i i'.miviim:o imiofitm io.hub. Capital $50,000.00 Solicits your IiuhIiiohh. Wo odor tbo most Li bo nil Aooommodittioui to our (JtiHtomors OoiiHlHteut with KMtuhliithcd Hunk I n j: l'rluolples. K.T.TYliHU, 0. A. HOLOOMllK, J. XAYLOIt, W. II. IIALTKKK .J. W. COWOILL. W. L. McCHITCHKN. M. II. 811 AW. DIBBOTORS !' ! "Thanks, awfully," said tho robber, at lln clo nf hulnei on h5 30lh i tkr June. 191)11. ns he sighed with satisfaction, aud Mrs. Macksey tied Tho robbery was report; KKSOUItCiy. ed to tho police. The jewols aro valued at f.00. Loam nnl illncotinU, lees loan 11 f2C, to Director", HOT TIXE PROMISED. i.o.ina io uireciora (oiiiccm tint included), Some Excesilre Heat Predlced For Ju1 iU Senator Goobel will remain at home Orenlrafln. unscurei, ly by Hicks. Due from National Ilnti k, for a week or inoro, taking a rest after Nanking House and Lot. ix.yioo 51 (513 CO Very warm from 8th to 12tb, his campaign, and will then tako up feccie, !! JUKI 00 til ns head of the Democratic Currency, with unsettled weather conditions his tight tho U . 0 wo i ViMinn fnr (M..rln. ticket. Other hems carri'il n caali, ?' I much of the time. Many parts of To an Enquirer man he said : , I tostnmp the stato thoroughly and KietiM-- i latl Quarter, $t'.O".70 , tbe couutry will get rain during make a vigorous campaign, for tho J I this period, especially in central .success of tho ticket, though 1 feel that I LIAHILITIKS. and southern states. A cold that tho effort is not really required. into tho DemKentucky will wave of short duration will fol- ocratic column comeback without ques- Capital Slock paid in, in iwh, $i!0,l)W 00 this fall Undi-I'lc- d iS()) I'rofiln, low. Change to much warmer tion." , Ucpoits fiilijecl lo elifck, (on "Do you intend to speak iu LouisV which Interest Is about 15th, with cloudiness, blusnot raid). Sitf.Olill ter and sbower of rain. From 19 ville'?" asked tho interviewer. "I shall no doubt speak there," was JgTitI, to 23rd a very excessive wave of the response, ''though tho city of Louis- Dae National lUnks, summer beat will prevail, accom- ville will give mo a majority of 10,000." panied by threatening clouds and "What will yon tuuko tho principal Slult of Kentucky, Cuunty of uWiAS? V General issue of tho campaigu?" summer tbunder-gusts- . iVrnn-ri- l J. A. Thotutifon, Ctthler & 2. road to "Tho effort of tho tbuuderstorms, with high winds control tho jwlitics L. Kentucky" re ixnJ Merchant' Itnik,a Hunk nf toeai-uml in aud many local rainB, will follow sjiouded Senator Goebol. "That in con0 doing liuslnep t No. inClinton Ji rt,It aM cuitv. at the breaking up of this "heat- ration sought to select tho Democratic, the town of Hickiiiitn, ed term." From 27th to 31st a nominee, aud failing iu that will en- Ins duly Rworn, sy tbi ths ?oRoiiir n trim Ftxiurul Report ifi in nil return to very warm, with cloudi- deavor to helect a Republican governor. of the condition rrrpecu r.ihl Hunk U ihri of tbe I shall be glad to measure swords with ness and bluster, but with little them iwlitically. They will oppose mo dote of huftiiirt ou lle .".Oth wi oM rain. aud I will oppose them. Tho L. & N. June, l91). to the l,rt of liH k.nIiilue Kailroad company will bo out of Ken- nnd belief; ntul turihrr tynJtil ike A Itemed? Wanted. tucky politics when the campaign Is bmineSH of null llluk hn bin Unmet- el at the locttion name, I, nml ni rlie. over." wlier; "nd that ilie hove r'irT mJe It is not often that we have tbe in eompliince with n otrielal ntice The Main Issue. pleasure of agreeing with tbe Profrom tlie Seoruturjr of latdeie-ntliu- p the 30th da of June, ISUiii tl.r Owensboro McMPiiKcr gressive Farmer, but we certainly day on which such report hall roilr. do agree with the following, which Tho Oiituttt Mr. Goobol took wirly ocJ. A. TiioHrvii. is the conclusion of an editorial in casion to declare that thd issno in the lijr and in before Kentucky cuinpaiii this your will bo J. A. Tliompaon, mom3rd dtjr o tne the J11I7, its issue of this week: went Democratic, namely, Ohio, Maryland and Kentucky, and there is not mncb doubt about the latter two, but in the first tbo fight will be a bitter one. and Legislature. lat night. Or these It is hoped three which This remark was ouiphasi.ed by a reheld iu the hand of a robber and Republican in 1890 will go volver Mri. Mackscy's head was in close proxshe decided to obey. 'Telephone Store No. 01; Ofi. Kph- - imity to tho weapon. The victim protested, but the robber was obdurate and nmm m imit. Ss; iiloiicc, No. IIM KM V'ANItl'AITl'NKMN WAGON CO.. Til I. CKI.I.IIKATKn TWKKKKtttKiJKKtKitKBKKIKKtit tuTl. &n. -- ox-pe- ct y 3-- pr-. r --- -- - v r- - The BEST OFFER i. Ever Made by a Newspaper! J printed Th In lhi nni: Itap-tiill- WKKK KOIt ( I I V rfuw ib kvkkv (NI.V 1 $1.50. ufafr cl, ui Tim M nii.wrrkly I f i V Jilrl M liitliif rtlic yer f ! nro.paprr licrri ni own n The llplMI0 llMly Al(XIHi- of lun H IH rc- - M Imme j.dirnil f llir fY'rr rrk, 4 jrlnltil. It cinialn. mor hlfh-eUf and Wit rm Mff In md nibr rmtilifailnn. pleiurf mi'l tdtn cr ,Nnre n iirllni'r lo Tn, Kr"itdlc Macitlur than lo rll" an I anl.n wirM, eoniaininx tl; tht urxit tn Ifhl iit hs" je kfin-r- l fr t tle llrpublle " '4 J !.! la. l 1.11 . I tilill . The NHijaiinr will Kill la -- iirr t'd frini, err lii; pr. ly 1 lt,,iil tt J 1 i Atlrr all orilrrn iii.I1aI .,..,...- ,j ........ ..n...!.. In r',. lnHnimiivn l 'i J '1 , . I mlr ia iBiiMtl'in n.jK mW - Hli thi 9 rnii-wfk- 1. in:; ici:ri;i'i.i ni. i,uiii, .n. Ui'r-Subscribe- Tbe people know that trudts are evils; that they are powerful; that they are oppressive. It is not more necessary for the statesmen to lecture tbe people on these points than for tbe physician to lectnre bis patients upon the horrors of his particular malady. The people are seeking a physician who can cure tbe disease, not merely tell tbem bow bad it is or bow much be sympathizes with the person afflicted. between tho Democratic party and the Loulsvillo and Nashville railroad, with tho Kenublicati party tw an adjunct to tho latter, aud ho adds that so Iomk as tho L. & N. persists in making a political machine of itsclt it must tako tho consequences. 189J. A W. LiNiutY, Noiry IM.lie II llt'CIIA.VtS, J. ) C Chkkk, H M. Nlek j VD'ecler. Chairmau A. V. Young has called a meeting of tho Democratic State Central aud Executive Committees at Frankfort. July 11, to discuss plans for tho campaign and to transact other busi ness. QUAKTBKIjY OF THK KKP02T w HICKMAN Judp, 18311. BAiNK. There never yet was a great public wrong for which there was no remedy. There is a remedy somewhere for this trust evil and it is tbe part of statesmanship to discover it. Surely there is ability enough in this country to frame a statute which will reach this case, and to do It this will be worth more than days and nights of general denunciation. What Trusts Do. and furthermore estimated that tbe annual loss to tbe salesmen on account of tbe loss of employ ment aud reductions aggregated $60,000,000 and to tbe hotels, and to tbe railroads because of lack of patronage, is onewhlob should be considered very carefully by tbe commission and by those having tbe making and execution of laws committed to their charge. Admieal Dewey has refused the homo offered bim by bis admirers in this country, and suggests that tbe money so contributed be used as a homo for disabled sailors. Bad Dewey been a Ilobaon he would have allowed bis bead to be affected by tho oompliminti ot admiring friends. $28,-000,000, $27,-000,00- The steamboat of Prof. Neal Dow, of tbe Commercial Travelers Association, before the Industrial Commission, in which he submitted figures to show that tbe organization of trusts bad resulted in tbrowing35,000 salesmen out out of employment and in reducing tbe salaries of 26,000 more 0 Tho Fourth of July was celebrated pretty much all over tho world. Wherever the Hag Hies there was some sort of a celebration in the Orient, iu tho West Indies, iu Europe and even iu the unquiet Trausvaal. Tho loss of lifo by tho Hoods in Tex-ais now placed at eighteen. Tho property loss is not iw great as previously Hundreds of peoplo at estimated. Brookshiro, Waller county, aro homo-lea- s aud starving aud au appeal for aid lias been made to Gov. Sayers HickJohn Ramey, an man ite, who has beeu away JH) years, was visiting iu Hickman tho past week. Ho will probably establish a merchant tailoring establishment iu Hickmau, in tho house now occupied by tho Will Crowoll barber shop. Fultou Leader, 1th inst: Tom Xoouou, of Hickman, is visiting iu tho city; Chan. Uelt and sister, Miss Ella, ; Nick of Hickmau, were horo Holcombo and Will Handle, of Hick-ma; Sam Luton aud aro hero family, of Hickman, visited tho family j Ward Luton of Dr. J. It. Luton and MLss Mabel Goalder. of Hickmau, Attornoy Warron wero hero helping Lindsay, is in tho city tho boys to celebrate ; J. Wosloy Morris, of Hickman, was hero Over 300 schools in 89 cities s auto-bolluto-dato-da- y to-da- y to-dato-da- y to-da- At the close of btialne.'n on the 8)i!i iliy of UKSOUItCK I.oinn nnd Diicounts, I"h Iomh i, lljr,,JIB.72 dlreoior. Loam to Directum, olliccr not iucluiled, 200 00 10.21 Oterdrift unsccureil Puefjom Nil 'I lUiiku, 2C,95:i,79 Due from Stnto Iknks find Hankers, 2,88.72 a),S:W.ftl Hanking IIouhc ami Lot, ij,00 00 MmMM ,v " T f Tl' Jy j y ff f KLmi. .f Mortgage, Specie Oilier Slockn anil llond I.OftJ.f.T a,ir0 (H) 'jOO.OO 811)0117,7 Currency, 1,905.00 Other Items currlcj in cash, V.xjieafM laHt quarter, HI 1.66 li'J.OO JKoTl 17.01 MAHILITIKS. Capital Stock paid In, In cimIi r.O.OOO.'oO .Surplus Funil 10,000.00 420.01) Undivided I'rofiln Deposits subject to check, on which interest Ih not paid, 109,091.02 1170,117 01 Slate of Kentucky, County of fhltm, tt: I, V. C JoIiiihou, Cashier of Hickman liank,ii liank located mid tloinj; huslnens at No Clinton street in the City of Hickman in Haiti county being iluly n worn, u p ' Sfcl' When you ro to Arkansas or Texas you can travel In comfort If you know now. Ask the ticket agent for a ticket via the COTTON 1JHI.T KOUTli 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 ore arranccd so you can have comfort able scat during the day and a coou place to deep at night. Each car is supplied with a ladies' drcsslne room and a gentlemen's smoker. Vou 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 Tor all parts of Texas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma and the far West. If rou nrc tlilnkinirof tnVlnir a trip, write and tell ua where you ore koiiik nml when you will leave, and we will tell you how much your ticket will cot, what train to take ao ai to mike the best time mid connection., nnd anything clue we can that will help make your trip n comfortable one, An Intereitlnu little booklet. "A TRIP TO Tl'.XAS," will be mailed Irre to any mlilrc.t. have adopted some form of school savings banks, and tho results aro certainly gratifying to tboso who soe in the movement podRibilities for teaching hnbits of thrift and economy. Tbo deposits tbo past year of pennies given tho children tor spending money nmonnted to $059,247.01. There was withdrawn In tho samo time $441,825.83, leaving a bnlanoo of $207,421.18. Tho system bus apparently boon entirely successful, teaching tho childron to save np their pennies from day to day for hoido impor- says the foregoing Report in in all respects a true statement of tbe condition of tbe said Hank, at the close of buslnc's on tbe 30th day of June, '99,, to the best of his knowledge and belief; an further says that the business of said bank has been transacted at tbe location named, and not elsewhere; and that the ubore report Is made in compliance w jib an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating tbe 30ih day of June, 1899, us a day ou which such report shall be made. W. C JOHNSON, Cashier. Subscribed nnd sworn to before me by W. C. Johnson, the 3rd day of July, 1890. It. T. DAVIS, Notary rubllc. J. W Cowoill, 1 ! (J. A. HoiCOMur, Dlreotors. M. - tiiuw, J 11- H. ADAHI, Traveling ra.nen.-e-r Agent, cairo, iix. Ui) E. W. UBEAUMB. Cen'l I'an'r and Tkt, Atnt, st. tomn, mo. BR. S. K. DAVIDSON! ff. F. REMfcEY, rK Attorney-at-Law- IDoxxtist, IirOKMAN, KENTUCKY Olllno . OfTloo up Btuire, Holoombe Build' Ing. ovor Oowuill & CowkIII's IIIOKMAN, KINTUOKY, tant purpose later on, Drue BtorQ, Will prnctlco iu all Uourtsof tho Btatef 'wVr. : . aJB-i- .ii'ii . J,"" fHr !?. f