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THE KTWHcrrr - EV rfciSWiavrw 3 'Vl A, r - . s SL T& R - J- - '4V - . . --- f y ' "Sr"T" ' - Tcrr" Fl.LTO-DCHyS.. - rj RIER VOL, fcWKHN KTG1STTUOKY 14, KSTAIJUSIIkl) WjafcuiiMwii .. . .. .... WlfiriWMTJjlgl.JfctJMTnWM't'MfaVaVJ71T.W'JWrVP'yW"l"M . I8;VJ. - .. H 10, MAN, Pimr-ni- j -- j... ;lvV, JULY t.ww 1 war" 1899. WM. GOEBEL. A Man Who Neither XXXIV, NO. . 34. , . -. -iptyw mir . - . - - a- - T"' 'S arnim. i The New, Reliable jewelry Store. .Wo have decided to rciiiuhi Ju liavo made large luMitious of lliu l1u n; i yr BY A ' (rninfffn Riiild d 4 RUNAWAY. A Total Abstainer. Thev say that Goebel Is a total abstainer, that he never drjnks intoxicants at any time. We do not know if this bo true or not, but it isagroed that he is a temperate man in this regard. Bat the Win. Htrnngo part of it is that, this an ' :) w. 0 hW - a Worthy Man. , U(5- .IKWHMIY HUSINKSS niul Tliis Spritig,?;! tsj-rwi- .if rmi i .uid worthy- rriM,(v, who Hvwl I v Mori-ow- t'i . mnr !)!. S. hy a He wiw tcmii took fright a .s thrown off. ' cr lils hodj, Tui-iMln- NEWEST AND LATEST NOVELTIES l) till Mi-U'I'- H Wn vm fomliili Vuu with cvqry i n i '15' 'I Drinks, Smokes Nor Frequents the Gambling Room 1 'ami i xtiK'li. nli-nlu- tlittiff'nmidnl ki mihl uaa a a O.M fun J i H", j r 'r .Stmk, lln Lovtt I'rlfh. imtl an With tin we link uiir ixwtK a mili'f thai all jiiimlri will , it-- in give tii uivir iiiiruiiijii ti' ! . ni ;.n.ir - m . a a aa rn - i YttlY LUWfcSI mUhSriffi ' ft a. IM MM i it i "fM Wilson's Book and Jewelry Store I Kouli rininher, A " Khninl I'jijHtR L Lcjcinctoii. Ky., Jul.v 0. Ooohft, the Dijmoorntii; cantll poors to bo made as a J date for Govornor of Kentucky, against him by his enemies, ac" jilufwi, th in the mo fit toiiinrknlilo political) i, ir companied by the further charge 'ixillv.iiiinrii. The Kentuuky hati luii! filnco ilieMlaya i nf Ifnrirv nlnviiiiil .liwi. D. llrnnlf that ho is a man of bugIi cold un- -' t ny fe a. m , nod he i charge tn '.. fr v..- - ' i". I Doom mid IJnlldtiujim-dwtirer- The Biggest! r " r-- Tho CJhonnosI ht . i c . i ! Tim BosMi Wiiln h. HlincLi, '' . M i . - H LKjLK m Al 1YI .A HwTA II I.I HI Iiki U!j IjT; WORKS l.r.. !.) r i iiftuftwtilW.'f L ? l?urf ycilh you am' inw, i' 4 1MS Ilo iloen not Ntnoke or drink. He Ih tlio I'liL'iny of tho trusts ui .w ruKardc-i-l or lir jroo'l citizrn, and coipoiiitioiiH, So unlike the vi.yof men theao ri.minifMl by nil J (lavs he keepB up IiIh dead n .t wiinvr rikI in the chnruli to which alie helnnged. ki ' unwl I' ,t Oak-- i OlirldgH. uioonuty on sympathetic disposition that 'be hX We don't hates intoxicants. know .mytblng of Goebol's personality except as the papers, friend and foe paint it, bat it is wondrous that if he ia such a cold selfish negative charaoter as represented by enemies that he excites such great devotion on the part of hia friends, and such bitter nnitnoaity on the part of his enemies. Gold, selfish charac-- . tcrs generally do'not time move their fellow men. ' ry IKjptlllir tillSjl . L. P. - &W.S. Ellison -- r- TOM DILLON. Sr., Prop'r, ! '. . i .it 0!o. 'l.MH0X'K. i (ar-iH- r I" 11 '" lUm-n- -, a. a.a..aaaaa Marble and G.anitc Monuments O IT .R, 33 1 I riiilliMiiu! 'tTiiM' U'nblf. Ai CIDENTALLY 3ST Or , Trtln S N, 0. t,l.lVi:; Tr... ) . HTONK WO UK of nil Kimlw. HON KKNOI .1 -- .M l N. ETioknian, Ky. Gtf &., Ac. '! . r. j Tnn m.lTirtln Sf.L. R.;R. , AKHIVKH Jw .Vn Ei m t 'or, Son, of Henry '. ."I' t. Tailor lu tocal and Personal, TIimIJIr toiiiHt." Vl2u Show at Ml yf'S. AfK. L. King t rWuiif,' i'i Thjv, It. t5tvirlll ik ii Knnhvill.' tl.w waJe ."IrftOpwMi IiMroiK m Dickson. Ti li hi Xi 'i -- t M.W NH(KA KAIt ji tyliitWBlMivwBKwHJiown. Ki 1 luli-ii- i Viliw Mttuit ' Mtmre was hi hit wroV. Homer (..reen Is vinithiR nk Tftilflhoum, Ti-ti'fiho JUthwltiiw of Fulti If'HInfKlflU tllllU lUtMBtSlUI 1 nit ul i i faMX " WWMU -- ' - BONDUKAHTji "WIXjXj !' He WIa.'m:'' IPsn ua 1' Busreries . b nt MOMVVlli a.t,MVMWy Sa.fl- etei ww. i sbll !om Am to the prosperity and developi' ri at hn va ment of nny country, and no sane ft At mid ww man conld or would oppose rail4 (ho j itol, whtiii it jl ! tahiK'olMlt John W. Stevenson. roads per so. Bat good citizens .f r4 f - mv throuKh liU I Ilo showed such marked ability may, and do, oppose the policy of i' Tt irivtm, hut it that Gov. Stevenson took him as railroad companies whioh abase .f ri.Ii'iitftl. Mr. a Inw partner, and this partner- tho li charter privileges conferred & wfci1i rkahlv iprfjthtly' ship was continued until the death ifvr 1 !. ivii Bud ponnhir. of tho governor, who made Mr. upon thorn by the laws of the yt lli rl'v T ivhir, at pros Goebel his executor without bond, country. The same la .true of i iti vi'imhi at Kd- - lie left a largo estate and tho BanKs. and the aggregations of hj .mil jtijiularciUiU'ii of young attorney administered it in capital in other corporate institusatisfactory manner. fi w. a rtiili ut 1'ultou, tho mout of the Trensury,-- tions. All such shonld be en- u' tit lmwiodof with Citrtfslo wuh ao impressed i couraged, fostered and protected; JolujG. Wl'tli the ability of Mr. Goebel thai and thisrmeans that they BbqaldvL. y?ott s.VLK. A. t i flr i' iviil liere VlI'iiD'.' killiuftor Mr. ' i.iv liiylor, it - i IT ouj- - ! i he hits been the active partner, of two of the greuteHt lawyers of recent times in Kentucky. He does not gamble and in the author of the law making gambling felony in tho state. All politicians ad mil that lie litis more biniua than any man prominent before the Kentucky public, a jrr. Goebel was born in thirty eight years ngo, and was removed when n child of 4 jeara villi his parents to Covington. Ky where he has livejil evur flitiec. Ho received his education in tho public schools of Ooviiignii.n.id then rend Jaw with 11 Pont.-sylrunl- Without n collegiate education Friendly to Railroads. Railroads are not onlj impor- JS tant but absolutely indispensible N i 1 i 4- v 4 vpiU-L- '7 . 4,1 1 V 4.1 1 iSj?-?!-" ilv Hi mi aiv vihitiiiK - at 1 l.itS.T r t i'i ' Mf It i ( lOI, ..':iu-- lie il in tn nut all ci ciK in this tin lint- jmisi i i' i k 1 m-iii- .(.! n u .T.ti'lv v a l.itiv-- Ft. T- - r I, thu laiiuiy ofUltn Iirtw.'k Mici Adeile Allen, Dum Smith ud Ivj Ohwk lfft lridnv hist for Moiitiwirir, to.be pone serf nil wwlw, th new TIKS. ltavo yon ' thing chti't Tirs ml RUflKMff. oat. ,. Tin' now Lncliwlo Hotel will ho liletiii iliiH week. We hnpo to "mine rowidnrlv in!lert hi tho rtniiiitl iitii'iitlon ei I'll in tli Ki'tllnu uT I. ital Hrttiitf of nil kliulf; li M'" Amtiv mmhi niul ii'pii'MMil a full lint of tlio heel mill nioHt ri'llulili' 1'iri' liiniir-- iiewviiiilhliiiir AMly-nr- , .., nmInMiU cnsliiirr (Joiiiinii.li'H ilnlna Imihiih'kh in iln Stuui. uml that 'Old -Ki'Iiiihlf" ut of Hrtii. Kui, left Sniidny forhaM II PI7A1. liUNKFir LI!'.'. INSUHANOK '"()., that ntlier anil lcini-t- . Atlmiin- Ouy iiiulone wn nwt ilnce. out hiruM'l.i ni'i IU0,IMI0 Lifi- lncnrmii'i in will mouth. uml ij iNHiUt j tin- i'hi'iii'Hi mill In ct polii'A uf nn. ri'Kiilnr Lite Ilo Hollt.iis SKlltTS I'.Miiiiiu-i;piiihiii. ilniiic tiiiiiiniHH in thin coiintiy. t We chow -- oiiie vltt iu this Mutt paltoi iiyi'. Oiill uml k'i him. RijJiWaV'aJ, wile. TYLER l llli-kina- I.J fn-K- tudJi.. '.irv I' un hi nf 1'iiif 1'lntl. Ark nit l.iintty of S i Lui 11. j.J Hiiik np .'i in n you wajft Jtolln, Ilmul, l'VuitH. Nuu nun . 'r . ! Mis Id Utildburir niul Siuiit IMrbi, Ohio, a v vwiting of ! R.EAL ESTATE tite lTMlaottli TJows. As mKn iw 10 persons un utiHneil tiiey ciui be rau't red 111 ' islo wan r"tlie viratsuks treasuri. i iid i tuning v .atin Tin Un- Mr. Goebel is Uhinnrried ..1 (1. If ... .. ulh ... h .it like the average Kentucky politi- .till pi .uni v.ivior mm n ti elan he neithir uses tobacco nor Ktrtu inuhtiiii art' aim vn nincd i'k Mr. LiilKWidt sui'oi liquor. He is absolutely clean in 111 RiMtig part of hu whe.. his private life. Out of his earnU. i? recruit lnjfoffiovni lmvo twtnb-fon- . ings 11s a hinder ho has educated lwhud bai1(iiiMtttt4 ut Paducnli for the one brother and has assisted the euroUuiuit of new recruits, All er-- ' other one to engage in n lucrative soil rttairhlfr'tu eullft for Herriee ia the Pl1ill1J1.ini wr oau oouniuuiirati with business. """ uhiwoh ?y; Jd JjZ& lldWuiV.siiiri evotomcrleoirtiiaTTHpe! wTieilUariri . Mr .1 Is -- iv ' -' y tfrr.niHiMiSiT Hindu secretary !no Idas; - If n person invades "thZt7 k L- tir-ll- tin-riiui- XO 7KI.I.UN I'KVKIt THIS SU.MMi:it. A3JB BNrtllitAJVCK AdiiiJNT. au ICtir-Iafli- (MIAI.hH'.S make nice sunnni'r lni-t- . Utht, cool mid aervioetible loc and . itre now tho pdcuc, redncwl from "! tt) 8O0. Klijis . rvioM at tho JtaiitiHt U.mroh fuiiimy win imi an ioiiows : mui- day K liool nt 9 a. in. ; preuohhiK ' U ,.. .uUeet, "A Mutual Bnrden at . 8 p. m miljct, "The Unknown " At wuuolncttm of the eveniuK si jTO tlu iiellbrMtiuii of the Lord's Snpi-- r I . ,"' lt'" I Hu-Kwa- - U-jii- tl' (i ; e - wl e t,ke '"0?V - exn-Uni- " IFm. " UOR!B' l ",lkr : - Lredferd & Rogers n .ii ,si. m u fn mmm n WAN PTO PHMj you W 5Ti! '. n n r, uuS f u,y Fresh Hardw.;ro, Me uLoi Qvieenswar? l.ian, I.'uih, (ViniMi! P3ftS0SS WXiiL PfcEASE TO O0C!t" nn in . . Ilnv, C):dH, "' i ,t ff . VAUi oking Banges OrPw The Best in the World " J J ' ' y.w i i ! y,m unuoi Mm .7BnIio 33 1st i It ' I Irr BuylagOaeof these Ranges Olio of rticcnifii-nt l'nlnln Ik W SCONOmY IN 1lHS link JJ.lVlKjr USES Itri-uil OP PXTEI. fn HI Mliiiili-H. ! mcit In Majoatle" 4b i MIiiuii-n- - I.IkIH llli-ll- mc- iiifiiim - f hciiiinmlml O.nikln.1 '4!ll him! 1'm;ihIh- Till' IK. loii'll ItH. Othci. wpw iwpwrW1 Lillie M..lli, nf Sute Jina. are nw the (tumh of 31 Ulta Shaw. Ji&emlhalTLofSThat th Tlio ni'.t r ml.tr inert iwr of the girl hn- Ueon niunlired. ChiM. McNutt Iliekiuaii HuiliMiiK mid Lotiu Aneooin- - and mi e viaitrd the place yeiiterdu tinn will bo lu hint the eonrt honim iud m ilwirrh for jxiint or infomni live in.t ThurMilay niKht, tiflth tiMil. Men.- - tiou a laom to t he rune. We are told ttvrs are rotiuan'iii to utteud. neiir when' the jrirl tht m . wm uiao tor nor WHiy llm 1'nnn'uter work on the new -- TI alhk of n k rii of Homo lee lUiiberhuid I'rtthhyU'rlmi Ohuroh lx , iliont eonipluteil The iteinipaney of the Urea nit mm Kiveii by tho ladies of the was iriven ut tho resi rhmrli is delayul until (lie aeaia are to be rtiiMil, 111 ainplillnetitMiiityie. dent t vu Ma k I'IWIbIi and Mm. Nainiin King-u..ii- . - The Kins Hiik has not y,-roaehed sW( Van well attemieil and itw arrival in honrh nuii .luihi' p.irlH, but pr ', a ifctet deliKhtfnl o'veniuK. The .iu.iiniily uwnited. 'J'he li-- i ut, to M1 r,,te" ' ,!r Weath-relbe iNilnfull.nl not serious. Ue nmutoui i SJlNWl tJe cream h e'ter, and liiiiniihalely tollowing. ib- mi ftWOttt Theae eulertain-iiir- - will be repeated at gome of the Till! CI.OTIIt.VC ndvertlned iu onr Oat l'riee S lie tills week coiiiirit aoi.ii' horn.- - tawTiiesdnTtritiiinKduriuii the reuiarkiihle viiIiikh, whleh yon will do aeflnin ' H"KTuVvHat l knock-Hal- t tliepiui. ,41 tj 1X)M,KI1CI, (mt of autfling by h.tidly '.now," Haid tho Oornfod mven ug n little .midline which a man 4Ke uowu l tlio Imuk and sleep I'litlimoplii r, "whether it bo bilter for a unj pluyx linn till lie iftitchfn ia.ni 10 r main miikId and diHiippnint ' whi v..rycuid theu proudly haul him Heei-.- d women fur a tiine, orniaiTy ami on ob .i, when a boll is rung to wake diMippoiut one woitmu for life." hesH''lwr and nntify him that unothor ';,!....,, ,f iriwi..-.Jn,- . ...!.. flh u I iuijiuiu in niu uwui ntL'lati Wuded. This boll iiiii) mill-- rliifj ti like the fare nii.iwiu.ivia ..v 111 lPM "Th, giving her oxpurh.i.cu. In politics as a caumniiie nr 1110 uuuiocruno UQimnii whieli tsto hookeil hut Rot uwuy do tiou for Superintendent of I'ublio not eutor Into the game at nil, and tho aluopir uuvur knows the diU'erenou. g$T I positively will repair your A story kooh that a ohureh lu War- wau or cioci; at iuns tnnn tho ohoup est. 1 luiv tlwMwlPIUw,iiiirta meeting was being onw truly, can executo tho hrf(l , lt wlUl R vimv ot rtolUff ft n. .iLCK. foi tbitpurpuav. 'li.i u.iuUier havlUK Miieh interest awaits the result of Mud timt f!0o would rtiiuirtNl. a very thi'ilielioii 111 Lake County which is to w e.iU liv ami MjUitlly m mgy iiikuiIht of i uud Kind he den miino Nt'heiher Lake utility will in- tho ougrognuoii due HK),((!0,iu bmiils to li.tln build Dm wonl'igivo 1. Just iw he wit down, llukniiui and Tipton vlllo Lnvoo. If how very lumpoi planter tell fiinu the thia hoii'". urn volod the levee will lo icilm-rim- no.rOi.9hit bun mi ho head ; w o.U up hastily and onllfd built; and if tho levoo is built 1I10 Fulton and Iliokinau Kleetria ltidhvny that no Qhad muite ti mistake; ho would Till was ton much for nn looms up as a roAMiuablo expectation give who, to.Retful of tiny, torming a now nillwuy from Fulton via Hickman to Tlptouvillu, Toun., ami thiug, culled out furvomly : "Oh, Lord, hit hnuiiBniu." OuruthtwviUe, Mo, Mliw - ..'. lonsMiMliiea MI Tun lli.,f.l (r.-.f IMiilllpsof. UUnlou. kw frn.li, .. (H 1f1.u- """ " 11 M lyiieW MtMnMi.MiM IVa. '"-- B tllU Wtvi.ill XV J, . . ln Deinocmt all..aL iiilnni .uuuu a.l ..4a.. V,"lT,iu"ret atioo -- a Tlio inyaU'rv .. r lit M '.1 (ill iny- - yentt-nlny- t 1 - vSy y u The nuununuemont of Surgeon Gonetnl Wytuiili this week that though we are well into July there is not a single case of jellow fever in the United States, and no reason toevpect any, is very grat ifyingThe annual yiHtution of the epidemic has cost tho South man lives and millions of dollars during the past two years, and notwithstanding tho seerit,y of Inst viintor thero was more reason Hum usual to tear n renewed nutbreuk Mil a summer on account of the increased traveling between this country and Cuba. The Surgeon General asserts, however, that, owing to the return of tho volunteer Hoops from Ouba during .March and to tho thorough ilisiiifeotion of their belongings, lie is positive not a germ has been brought into the country, and tho ports are being so strictly quarantined Hint none uill bo brought in, Should his diagnosis of the positii'ii prnyi correct, the South is in Uile danger for it is hardly possible thxi any germs alreadv the conuiij survived the fearful cold of Inst winter. 111 rights of another, or seeks to selfishly escape his share of the bar- t,ona of covernment, or to shirk its part of public duty, then the law should regulate and condemn. Tho same is true of persons known in law ns corporations, and people who favor satno rale being applied to thorn as to individuals are not to bo denonnced as enemies of "corporations" or as annrchiets who want to destroy all capital. Such ' talkors" aro enemies themselves to corporations in causing tho public to bolieyo that the corporations they represent are trying to oscapo and thereby throw tho burdens of Governernt on other classosand vocations, and this helps to incite prejudice. WAIT FOK THE WAGON'. Kansas City Star. St. Louis professor who suggests that tho nnme of this Tho fi'tio A linos Here.' '1 I 11 i, 1 ' '."?,. ' 11 T' lelegrain states Hint Knox will have all its foui'.-naiueil and tho iitun'i' ted Hie iiaine us cities, fol louii.gihe OH'iforniii sistem. This Is Hie n Miilt of etl'oits of tho chum her of cumiiitrce. Similar systems aro in operation iu Maryland, IN 0 w and Poiiuhj vniiiu, but ,JerM. KuC.' eouuiaX lb the ilrst in tho Souh to adopt the idea, uoiiui, Tenn., . farm-house- s I 11 rti- - to iiaine a full ticket has been callid 10 moot at Kranktort, Jub 137. Tnu State I'opulidi Oonveution ! 1 11 tho d I hero-upo- n Tiik lMiihppiiin war is ousting Cured Stilt es $3()(,0U() a day. II ii la.ts Iho it teiiAears it will 11 inn into the billion dollar column. Saj is itfihi or wrong, you must admit H.ai it is tetiibly costly, uud Hie people huvu it to pay. country should bo changed to Usona must have been in a peculiar btnto of mind when he evolved this idon. Ho objects to the present name, United States of North America, becaase it is too long and not suQlciently euphonious. But no one ever uses that long string of words to dosiguate this country. It is the Unitod States In otliciul usage, and that name covers a meaning mnch more uomprohonsiye thuu tho mere significance of tho two worda of wliioh it is composed' In Europe this country is uenrly always spoken of us America, aud when any other part of tho continent is referred to it is jpooilied. Wheu an Englishman speaks of going to America he always meaus the United Suites, When ho refers to the British domains on this continent ho doesu't say America; ho savs Otiuudu or British Columbia, If the lourued St. Louis pro feasor objects to designating this country ua America because that word, strictly speaking, inoludsi more than tho United States, be must possess his soul lu patience and wait for tho time, which is surely coming, when thero will bo no other nation on this ooutiuent, and from tho polo to tho isthmus, and possibly farther down, there will be 0110 government, that of the Udiiod States, which may be uallod America then without any objections from people. over-particul- PffmrJ rc A. 3 i kiV - Tlie Hickman Courier HIT BY A TRAIN. GEORGE WAllltEN, Publisher. THEYWANT cangoIds RAINY SEASON. STEAMER PORTIA WRECKED. She Went A.lmre During a Druie Foe " Kllun'a Iiland, OR Samhro. Near llallfat No !.oti t Life. " Do HICKMAN. i : KENTUCKY 411 Hut Ono of a Finally of Scvcu Killed Sunday at Columbus. Had I 31 JULY Sun. Man. i. J 899. Fri. Ik. they I Sal. -- Tue. Wed. Thur. Mra. Huffman. Whose Husband Hud Heeu Killed Uy fur on FridayAt the CroMtuc They Met Drath. Just Visited tho House of r Washinoton, July 8. A study of u tails of exports for the llscal ycarfju-- t ended, the bureau of statistics sms shows that every part of the worloVli' evinced an increased desire for Anif lean products. Europe is the only!p.vrt of the world which has failed to If livery l'art of the World IWInced aii la Increased Desire for Oar I'roductsXl. flic Country Aloiifr tjio American Lliiri Kurope'sGood llreadstuff Snpptyjf South ami Kay Lines is Flooded. 1 Not Grusp at the Shadow and Lose the Substance." Halifax, N. S., July 11. The Prominent Filipino General and .Many of 111. Follower., With. Amu, In the Ca- vile Province About to Surrender to the Alutirlvun Aulhorltle-K- . . 3. 1 9 j. 3 2 CoLUMiiuu O., July 10. All but one of the seven members of the family of Win. 11. Rcinhanl, of this city, wcro J9 77 Jjl6 I 30 iT 8 J? 2o? 1 22 if 23 24 25"! 26 27 28 29 fcTTTTTXTTTTTTTTTTTPFri''; CURRENT TOPICS. 4t r Maj. Gkn. Otis is .1 graduate of Harvard law school The saw mills at West Duluth are .tinning night and day. A CATKiiriLLAK can oat COO times Iti weight of food In a month. Fkke sewing schools will be started by the Prussian government. I'ai'eu Is now being made In Holland from potato stems and leaves. Thk length of life of a tradesman i only that of a farmer. ItlbMAUCK fought '.'8 duels, and in thce couilicts received but one wound. (Jkiimany's receipts from picture postal cards were increased from 1SS0 to two-thir- ds 1S97 bySCOO.000. Many houses in Rcrlin are numbered with luminous figures, which are easily visible at night. Cosoiiessmax Ketciiam, of Xcw York, has served in IS congresses and has never made a speech. Mokk newspapers are printed in the United States than in England, France and Germany combined. M. Zola first sought membership 01 the French academy on .May 1, 1S90. Since then ho has been a candidate twenty-two times. 4 Tiikkk are more wrecks in the lialtlo Fca than any other place in the world. The Average is one wreck a day throughout the year. Immense coal fields have been discov-Trcin Zululand, the scams being 45 feet in thickness and of good quality for locomotives and other purposes. In Spain Hebrews are not permitted to erect and maintain houses of worship. They have no civil rights and exist in the kingdom only as aliens. Within a mile from Conglcton, England, on the high road from Macclesfield, there is a deserted village of over SO houses, not ouof which is tenanted. maw ot pure rock &at in mkTiib lart-eithe world lies under the province of Galicla, Hungary. It is known to be 550 miles long, 20 broad and 250 feet in thickness. Ice cream in church is opposed by Rev. T. E. Peters, .1 Baltimore Methodist, who says: "When an Ice cream freezer goes Into a church the Holy Spirit goes out." When a maid of honor to Queen Victoria has survived her youthful charms and at middle age is still uumarried, she Is relieved of duty and has her salary increased from 52,000 a year to d kt killec and tho rcmalniug oue was badly Injured by a Dig Four passenger train Sunday afternoon. Tho dead: Win. Relnhard. aged 41; Kachael Relnhard, aged 49; Wm. aged 12; Arthur Rcmhard, aged 9; Karl Relnhard. aged"; Edward aged 5. Injured: Clarence Relnhard, aged 14. collar bone broken. The accident occurred at the Woodward avenue crossing of the Rig Four railroad and opposite tho southwest entrance to tho state fair grounds. Mr. and Mrs. Relnhard and their five children, who resided at 230 Donaldson street, were out for an afternoon drive In a surrey. Thev had just visited the home of a Mrs. Huffman, whose husband had been killed in the railroad yards last Friday, and were on their way to the home of a sister of Mr. Relnhard. They approached the railroad crossing from the east, arriving at that point just ns the westbound passenger train, arriving here at 3:15 p. m., was due. An eye witness of the accident said he saw the surrey orossing tho track and at the same Instant It was struck by the train. The vehicle was knocked into splinters and Mr. and Mrs. Rcinhanl and Arthur and Karl were killed outright. Edward and William were so badly injured that they died after being removed to a hospital. Clarence sustained a fracture of the collar bono and other lesser injuries but it is believed he will recover. The horse which was attached to the surrey was literally ground to pieces. It is not known whether any of the members of the unfortunate family were aware of the approach of the train, but the circumstances indicate that they were not. The crossing has long been regarded as a dangerous one, view of incoming trains being obscured by a high fence around the fair grounds. The train was running at a Reiu-harRein-har- d, d, high speed. SPANIARDS LEAVING CUBA. Uy October Fully S130,000,O0O of Spanish Capital Will Have IImh With. drawn and Invented In Mexico. 23.000. A new wheel for motor cars and similar heavy vehicles is called a flexible wheel. The box is formed of a block of solid rubber that bears the whole weight of the conveyance and acts as a spring. The manufacture and sale of dolls in Europe exceed, at a low estimate, 20,000,000 per annum. One firm in Paris nlone turns out 2,000 dolls a day, and main other houses make even larger Vienna has begun tho construction through the streets. Grouud has been conceded for the purpose of building a new street on condition that a btrip be prepared for the use of bicyclists. The submarine telegraphs of the world number 1,500. Their aggregate length is 170,000 miles, their total cost is estimated at 5250,000,000, and the number of messages annually transmitted at about 0,000,000. Gold production in West Australia reached its maximum last Jauuary, when 110,000 ounces were taken out. Tho March output was less by O.OOC ounces. South African gold production reached its maximum in March. In several respects the peace conference, now in session at The Hague, is tlit most remarkable assemblage 0 nations which history records. Of the 1,000,000,000 people who constltuto the population of tho entire world about 1,400,000,000 are represented in '.hat of bicycle paths City ok Mexico, July 10. Spaniards, formerly in business in Havana and other Cuban cities, arc now arriving here looking for investments and say .hat by October fully 5130,000,000 of Spanish capital will have been withdrawn from the island, for Spaniards of wealth do not wish to risk a long period of political unrest and possible coming into power of professional Cuban politicians. This wealth which is being taken away by Spaniards is good cash and will mainly bo taken to Spain for investment, while some will come to Mexico. Spanish merchants and planters now here report the Ktiglish as being the boldest investors now in Cuba, and declare the Americans are timid and have lost many large businesses which have passed into English hands. FLOOD AT ANGLETON, worst position, being practically surrounded by wutsr. The bridges that that were used for getting nuppllos have been washed away and some of the companies uro now separated by streams six feet deejv. In many case the men are sleeping vith three feet of water beneath their bunks whjch aro elevated on cracker boxes. Tho company cooks when preparing tha meals, stand kuco deep in wntor. Some ot tho roads leading to 1'aviy are simply Impassable and Ne rice fields on all sides are one great lake. A high wind blew over several tents of the Second reserve hospital. Manila bay is impossible of navigation by either launches or canoes and no vessels arc leaving tho harbor. Tho United States transport Centen. 535,000,000, ogalnstS33.b21.000 lasty--To Asia tho exports of the year wlllte nial Is ready to sail for San Fraucltco about 847,000,000, against J4 1, bit, WO with discharged soldiers, but'the latlast year, China showing an iaorei ter have- to sit about the water front all day, drenched to tho skin, waiting of over 33 per cent., and Hong for a launch to tako them to tho about an equal increase, while J steamer which purchased enormous qua The river Pasig and all the other of raw cotton and various manuf, streams are swollen, and the city cd goods from us last year, has streets at low points are covered with ....... ....... W....V. -- . ............ ... , lines, so that the total to Japan diiii; water. the year will show a reduction off Our Manila, July 6, via Hong Kong, July Id. Friendly Filipinos in Manila have 83,000,000 compared with lbOS, been the medium of communications increase of $3,000,000 compared between the American authorities and 1S97. Occanira shows re ma the military leaders of the insurrecgains, the total for the year? tion in Cavltc province, which for some excecu ssu.uou.oou, again itkeiy to 991.000 last vcar. and to Africa th n time promlied to result In bringing ports of the year aro in excess of thao over a prominent general and several hundred of his followers with their of any preceding year. , arms. If the negotiations had u The value of exports to thcUntttd Kingdom for the year will behScre cccdcd the outcome would have had a than 25,000,000 below tha'. of U&tA'ti.- great moral effect for other defections while the reduction in the value of .etr doubtless would have followed. t Were tho general's name given It exports to r rauce will be mora tun 20,000,000, to Uclgium about $4, OfB.W, might lead In his case to a fate similar to that which has befallen other Filiand to Spain about S2.000.000. T. ductlon occurs almost entirely illLwf1 pinos suspected ot f rlendllncst toward He had foreseen the products, and especially bread st m.'V the Americans. failure of thcjinsurreetion and advised 01 v The reduction in value but to sent to ,n Europe In lVBaatf,sr 9mBB Aguinaldo no make termswont it is unto tue compared with tnowrWWC rajw Ocrstood months of 189S, is In round nutulxr: American that, having sworn to sup81S,000,000. The United Kingdom has port the insurrection, he must remain also reduced her purchases of ve cat- loyal to the end. Similar negotiations are said on good tle about 7,000,000 In the 11 month of authority to have been conducted with 1699, compared with corresponding months of 1693, duo. It is behaved, & member of the cabinet ot the Filipino government, who himlargely to au increase in prices deself took the initiative. manded by the dealers of the I'ited ' States. 55SSs.s HON. GEORGE W.JULIAN DEAD - crease the amount of money paid to"' for our products and this, theft 1" reua says, is duo solely to thop'ti' tlfnl supply of breadstuff's In tint part of tho world in 1S0S, and decrease in price paidt pi bushel. To Asia, to Africa, to Sbu'.n America, to Mexico, to Canada ami :o the Hawaiian islands and Oceanic. oir exports have increased in qua&ti? and value as compared with the plf nomcnal year lfcOS. 1, To Rritish North America the cr ports in the fiscal year lb'J'J will ban rou ml numbers 51)0, 000,000, agalnstn 000,000 lust year; to Mexico about: uuv,uuif, amnsi c.J.iuo.uuu tasi yea Cuba about 513,000,000, against S8,J 000 last year; to Porto Rico SiSOCi against 1,500,000 in li'JS, and t entire West Indies' group 535,000, round numbers, acralnst S2ll.43S.000 year. South America, to whlcha-cu- r r.iles In the past have not shown at rapid au increase as those to other parts of the world, shows a slight gain in 1899, and will reach a total of fner thojeoi-seque- Manila, July 10. It has been almost rain- ing uud storming for two days, and con.atitly the country along the American louth and bay Hues is literally Hooded. Tho so'dlers arc suffering great discomfort. Tnc 13th infantry regiment nt Pasay is In tho ... -, Mi nacnt steamer Portia, from New Yoik fOt Halifax, was wrecked during a dense fog early Monday evening, on Fllnn'i Island, off Sninbro, n point about IS miles to the eastward of Halifax, the passengers nnd crew, lift all told; lauded on tho Island in the ship's boat and are nil comf rtubly housed there. No loss of life Is reported. As soon nn nil tho people had been landed, Capt. Farroll started for the mainland with a boat's crew and reached Sambro lata Monday utght whence he sent the newt of the disaster to Halifax by telephone. Fortunately tho weather was moderate and thr sea running was not high else the landing of those on board the steamer could not have been accomplished without grent danger nnd perhaps lost of life. Tho steamer U already full of water and a total wreck. The disaster occurred shortly before 7 p. m. The passengers, of whom there aro 75, are nearly all tourists. The steamer had a large cargo for this jwrt ami St. Johua, N. F. The place where she struck is known as Rig Fish shoal and in one and a half miles west o( the light 011 Sambro Island. It Is believed Capt. Forrell mistook his position when he heard the bomb signals nt Sambro light, which sound every 20 minutes and which are said to be so misleading that It is extremity ditllcult to locale a ship's position on hearing them. Sambro light was on the Portia's starboard bow, a mile nnd n quartet distant, when she pounded on ltlg Fish shoal, while, to place her in a safe position, the light should have been on the port bow. It was ten minutes to 7 o'clock when she struck the rocks. She began to take water Immediately, nnd, at 7:30 o'clock CapL Fnrrell concluded that it was unsafe to remain on board any longer. Orders were then given to lower the boats. The life boats, keeping close together, made Inner Sambro island in lets thnn three quarters of an hour nnd their occupants were ioon housed. From Inner Sambro to the mainland Is only a short distance, and an oou ns Capt. Farrell found that everybody from the steamer was safe nnd sound, he started for Sambro village, whence he dispatched the advice of the wreck. Two relief steamers havo been sent to the wreck nnd should arrive soon after 1 o'clock In tho morning. Iloth steamers carried supplies of provisions for tha passengers nnd crews, wlilcli. by the time succor arrives, will probably have consumed all the eatables on but jAjoWij of their Mny people farmer selves, due to neglect of health. Look out for the blood, the fount ln of life, the ACht.tl subst.tnce: ktepthMpure by regular use of Hood's SArstpArilU And robust health tvtll be the result. Be sure to get only Hood's, because 4f 3feeds StiUahailU SSMSBllBiMiW FISU IN THE SNOWBANKS. A t nliie Hut Wrlniliir Jtil MHMr.llile Ainonu or-Suti st of i"Blsn .Vlnunlalua. A snow iivulnnclie witli vrry unusual rrsultM Is rcMirtrtl from Norway. It guvo the people of Chrlstiuiila some- The thing to talk itboiit for nri-k-. unique phenomenon occurred among the low mountains buck of the capltnl hern un on March 1.1. There full of snow, and then wime big lliuw. which melted it great tlenl of the w In the Utile l.lllrdul titer. A very large number of fish had their home' In this st retail, mid w lint happened to them Is the iiuiisiiul feature ot this uvulntio.hr, snya the New York Sim. In the night n lurge mass of snow on the hills on oue aide of tho strruui slipped from the slope 0 ml glhlnl with great velocity down Into the iler. The face of the nvnlanche wesnbout n mile In length, nnd for that distance It slid Into the rher, not sharing the river bru with the vntcr, but violently ejtctlug thr stream nnd the fish living In It. The force of that concussion must hate been very great, for the atcrnnd flsh werehurledliuiiilredaof fees. Next morning the jeope were trry much surprised to find, high on the slopes ot the hills liordrrlng the other side of the volley, a grrot number of (1th scnttcrrd ovrr tho snow. For some days there was a most unusual sort of fishing In progrra. Mm. women and children wrre floundering about In tho now gathering the fish In baskets, nnd tho people living along the valley had all the flth they could ent without balling a hook. 11 NOT A FAIR TEST. Vt the Vlrllns ef llalilea tiled froaa th Treatment oa. the Kir It. Day. Inner Sninbro. The Portia's passengers will be brought as soon as possible to Halifax. Copt. Farrcll'a report to the agents is not very hopeful as tu the chances of the Portia getting off the shoal, or indeed that she will hold together very long. When hit abandoned her he considered the case almost hopeless. The I'ortin was an iron, schooner-rigged- , serew steamer of 7K tons register, 'WO feet long, 31 feet wide anil 2::, feet depth. She wan built nt Newcastle in lbsi and was owned In New York. The q Kiplrrdat III Home Irvlnjlon, Near ludlnnnpollt, Incl., I'rldty Horning 8.- W. Indianapolis, Ind., July - Oorge Julian died at his home, in Irving-ton- , at 11 o'clock Friday morning. His number. TEX. Street Under Two or Three Feet of Water The Loti of Lire Stock and Crop In the Vicinity Very Laree. Tex., July 10. All the streets of this town are under two or three feet of water. Very few lives have been lost in this vicinity, but the losses of live stock and crops will bo heavy. Cattle along the Rastrop have been drowned by the thousands. The destruction in Oyster Creek valley Is absolutely complete. Negroes' cabins have been washed away by the dozens and the poor nrc absolutely penniless, hopeless and hungry. The Rrazosnow extends from Cancy, in Matogerda county, on tho west, to Chocolate on tho cast, a distance of 35 miles, and has carried complete destruction and desolation with it. Absolutely nothing is left which was touched by the A.V0LET0N, gathering. The oldest tree on earth with an authentic history is tho great Rhoo tree of Burma. For 20 centuries it ha: been held sacred to Ruddha, and no person is allowed to touch the trunk. When the leaves fall they ure errled away as relics by pilgrims. Painted coffee beans are among the latest curiosities of tho adulterated food market. Inferior beans aro with burnt umber and made to look like the finest Mocha. They arc described as "shiny brown outside, yellow Inside and tasteless." Thomas Ediho.v keeps his shop with everything an inventor could possibly want, a fact in which he takes considerable pride. The other day lie offered a prize of SI to any of his assistants who would need in his work an article not in the shop. The man win took tho prize wanted a clothespin. Gov. Roosevelt spends the entire time from 10 a. m. to 5 i. m. every day in "seeing people." When the legislature is in session tho hours of from 1C to 11 and from 2 to 3 aro reserved tot its members. Tho time of guest ! divided intominuto portions, each caller rco'tiving a curd with the time allotted to bim written upon it. col-cre- Uood. No Settlement Itnnched. Chicago, July 10. T. J. Shaffer, representing the Amalgamated association in the conference of tin plate manufacturers and workers, said at 1 o'clock Saturday that no settlement of tho wagu dispute had been reached, l'hc conference remained in session all day, but several of those present expressed their belief that the threatened strike can scarcely be averted. About ,50,000 men will be affected if tho strike , order is issued. daughter, Mrs. Grace Julian Ciarko; his son, PauL and Dr. Thomas I Thompson, family physician, were present when he died. George W. Julian was born in Wayne county, Indiana, near Centcrvilie. In 18I". His early life was spent on tho farm. His political career began in 1310. Four years later ho took tho stump for Clay and Frclinghuyscn. It was In this year that his abolition belief took root and became the mainspring of his political career. In 1845 he was elected to tho legislature from his native county. When Taylor was nominated Juiian boldly announced that he could not support the ticket, and that he would affiliate with the frco soil party. Ho was chosen a delegate to the RuffaJo convention and an elector of tho Fourth congressional district of Indiana. In 18C9 lie was a candidate for th vice presidency on the free soil ticket, and was a delegate to the first republican convention at Pittsburgh in li.,9. Ho served in congress many years from .he "Hurnt districL" In May, ISM ho was appointed surveyor general o New Mexico. Dropped Demi on the Streeu Oa.. July a Mrs. L. A. Rice, of San Antonio, Tex., dropped dead at noon Friday nt the corner of Raker and Ivy streets. The cause of her death was heart failure. Mrs. IU00 was the niece of President Tyler and a first cousin of Gen. Robert K. Lco She was a sister of Judge John A James, chief justice of tho supreme court of Texas. HER LUXURIANTHAl"R GONE. .VI l. Henrietta (,'rapp, it I'.iriiiar Indiana Is (ilrl. Who .Mysteriously 1'roui Atluiita, (la.. Ul.iieil Pound. mil TUB I.ATB Amm m'-HC- l' NKW.MAN. rietta Crapp, the pretty daughter of Thomas S. Crapp. who mysteriously disappeared from the home of 11. Atlanta, Ga., Jnlr 11. Miss Hen- They wcro talking about hydrophobia and rabies. Outi of the party was a Philadelphia physician, ays the Chicago Kreiilug Nrns. He Hatched quietly to the theories of the other, nnd when they had quite finished, one of them said: "Wbul have you got to say nlioutlt. doctor?" Welt," he aald, thought fully, "I would not exactly Ilka to ay what my opinion Is. I might be. mlsrrportrd; but I will tell 3011, if you like, how tho disease ivsi treated lOOorrOO enrsngo. At thul time hydrophobia, In comniou with every other obscure dUcarn, wa thought tu ho the work of n devil, anil all sorts of qurer tricks wore rrsorted to to drlvn him out. Then: is on record a onsc which occurred at Colchester, lit England. It wus a woman v. ho had been bitten by n rnlrld dog. The cur wits killed, of course, iiihI the treatment of the woman was in keeping with the period. She whs placed In a Irnth of tepid wnter up to her seven times, each time bennd ing kept umlrrso Itingasshr could hold her brcnth. This w to he repeated rwry seven hours for seteu days, shn being fed on milk only during the treatment. L'nfnrttintitcly. she died on the fifth day, but the doctor gravely repity, for If sha marked that It wris had held out two days longer she would have been cured. And that Is probably true." well-known quosl-sclentltlc nr-c-k diH-kr- il 11 THE BANK WAS CLOSED UP. nftcrnoon at S o'clock, was found Monday night at 8 o'clock at the home Poor Loam Canted the Failure of the Cltl- - of Oscar Turner, near Grant's Park. at National nf Nlln, Midi. Ile- Miss Crapp disappeared at S u'cIock celrer lla Ileeri Appointed. Washinoton, July 10. The doors of the Citizens' national bank, of Nile, Mich., were cloved Saturday by National Rank Tlxanilncr Joseph Seldun, who wns appointed temporary receiver of tho bank by tho controller of tho currency The cause of the failure of the bank Is poor loans which have been made, to meet which tho controller levied an assessment upon the capital stock of the bank. The stockholders failed to meet this assessment and the receiver wos appointed hi consequence. Tho last statement of the Citizens national bank showed loans and discounts amounting to SIC9.S09. Surplus, S10.000. Capltnl, S.V),000. National IMiicatloiuil Ataoclntlon. Loh Anoklkk, Cal., July 10. Nearly C Underwood Saturday Miss Lockheart's LETTER TO MRS. PINKIIAM. Saturday afternoon, and for some hours the theories of abduction and foul play were thick, and were only settled Sunday night. The whole police force was In search of the young lady, ami excitement was rampant. Miss Crapp can not account for the time she spout away from home, and tho theory is that she suffered from temporary aberration. Tho most peculiar fenture Is that her luxuriant hair is missing, nnd It Is Impossible to tell how shu lost It. Her father recently came here from Lafayette, Ind. Lloyd Aspliiwall Dying I'miille... Nkw Yoiik. July 11. -- Lloyd Aspln-wall- , a son of the late (Sen. Aspln wall, Ileitis to wit. risstixu no. 67,101 " I cannot express my gratitude to you for tho good Hint Lydla I'. Vcgetnblo Compound htw tlono for me. I have taken five bottles of tho Compound nnd two boxes of Liver Pills and feel better in every respect. I had suffered for yearn with dropsy; tho veins in my limbs hurst, caused from tho pressure of tho wntcr. I hod tho worst kind of kidney trouble, fainting spells, nnd I could not stand long nt a time. I nlso had fyinnlo vvonkucsH nnd tho doctor Mild thcro waa n tumor in my left bide. Tho pains I had to stand were something dreadful. A friend handed inc lit tin book of yours, so I got your medicine nud it hns saved my life. I felt bettor from tho first bottle. Tho bloating nnd tho tumors havo till gone nnd 1 do not HiiiTcrniiy pain. I nm still lining tho Vcgetnblo Compound and hopu others mny find relief iw l linvo dono from lt use." Pink-ham- 's 11 Atlanta, d Female 1'rUon Chuplaln. La ham IE, Wyo., July 10. Mrs. May Preston Slosson, a graduate of Vassar, and wifo of one of tho professors of the state university at Laramie, was Sunday appointed chaplain of tho state penitentiary at Laramie. American Wblit Leucue Meeting. Chicago, July 10. Tho ninth annual congress of the American Whist league will open in the banquet hall of tho Auditorium hotel Monday afternoon, and lovers of the game from other places are arriving to attend. Serrlre. Wahhinoton, July 8. -- Capt. Rrcro-ton- , of tho 21th infantry, who distinguished himself daring tho Santi ago campaign, is to bo appointed to the colonelcy of one of ,he volunteer legimcntB. Killed by a IluitfaalL Sioux Fai.lw, S. X)., July s. Lcvent Jlartwick, nged 18, was foun'i dead Jtewrard for l)Utln;ulshed Thursday night. Ills death resulted from being stru'k on the head by a baseball July 4, and he had been mli ing r.Wice then. penniless at the Metropolitan hotel. delegates to the National Educa- Ho was a joint heir to the Asplnwnll tional association havo arrived in the fortune, and a decade ago was a promcity and 20 special trains arc scheduled inent figure In sporting and social to nrrlvc Saturday, bringing several circles. Lloyd Asplnwall died Monday afterthousand. The first session of the National Council of Education begins Sat- noon from n kidney disease, compliurday. The session will continue cated with other complalntH. lie was 37 years old. through three dnyti. .Melri'. Slayer. ConfeMluii of Martin Tallies for .'IUO Plafer. Chicago, July 10. Knill SmK'n and Chica(K), July II. Tim ninth annual Sigmund Rrosche, tho murderers of congress of tho American Whist league Martin Meier, have confessed. They opened Monday morning with an exdid notkiunv that Meier was dead until ecutive meeting of tho directors of the Tables for nearly 300 after they hud ndmitted they hn nrganlzatlon. bound and gagged their victim. players have been placed. J'lay began Monday evening. Destructive PI re at Ualllpoll. deGali.ipoi.i?, 0., July Assigned on Den. Wlixaler' SUIT. stroyed James Hllliip's meat market, Washinoton, July 11. Lieut. Frank Charles Roseumn's grocery, Perry Cov- - C Howies, 6th Infantry, has hecu aserston's repair shop, John Honk's signed as an aide on Gen. Wheeler's saloon, and damaged William Shurt'o staff, and ordered to report to the gen saloon. Estimated loss 87,000. era at San rcIsco. 2,000 10.--F- Is reported to be dying, friendless and m Mis N. J. Pa. LouciiKAiiT, IJox 10, Eliza-11F.T1- Only tho women who have Buffered with femiilo troubles etui fully appreciate tho gratltudo of thoso who huvu been restored to health. MrN. Piukhmii responds quickly and without charge to nil letters from hiiiYcr-inwomen. Her uddresa is Lynn, Moss. Tin: j uncus oi g CARTER'S INK are the intra. More users of It tlian nuy oilier. Whyr Till! MIST! Costs YOU no more than the poorest I ITMifTty-witiiri-Mj7- fi CURlli WMlHtML hrt iro tmt Host Cougti tijrrup. Tutea (JixkI. Use LCJ in lima. Mum liy ilnivirl.ts. USE FAILS. I- - PMlilSHIilSlKflolJ 7 Lxa&a !.C" "i-r- rs , sz "&&(Ai? ., iji e. -' v . A f1FjrZf ? 14, ti.' pt f NEW GUN TESTED .KowIUpld'FIre Weapon Designed foi tho Protection of tho Mine Flolds. Th Former Will It. to IVoteet Tr. edoes n Harbors-Latt- er Gun Caa Throw 00 Shots a Minute. With Crew or Only Two Man. BRAZOS FLOOD IS SUBSIDING. Cltlseus of I learn, Tes Telegraph lbs Uurarnor for Assistance Need Food, Money and Clothing. TEACHERS IN A TRAIN WRECK THE PEACE CONGRESS' WORK. lhree War Injured A I'ropoisd Convention In Killed and Several OMwrl Ilerard to tha Arbitration of National Disputes tu In a Collision at Mediation of Friendly Towers. Newman, Cat JCi a it vl 1st sV FROM ALL OVER THE STATE. I FOR THE REPUBLICANS. rjd i It looked like ono of the big "phony" crackers, and but little attention was paid to. iu Pa ms, July U. It is rumored that Suddenly thcro was a loud explosion, as a result of tho revelation of the inand the men wcro hurled back against human cruelty practiced upon Dreyfus the wall. John O'Donnell, a barber, while on Devil's Island, M. Lcbou, the was burned about tho hands and face. minister who was responsible for the Mike Flaherty, a bar tender, was orders sent to M. Daniel while in burned about tho face, and will probcharge of tho penal settlement where ably lose his sighU Jacob Stubbs. a CASE AGAINST FIELDS. Dreyfus was confined, will be proproduce dealer, sustained burns about ceeded against, tha government not tin face and hands. George Abtz, a Voor Times Has Judge Combs' Alleged confining Its actlen to Sunday's disdriver, will probably lose hla eyes. LARGE clajrer Iteen Called to Trial COLONY missal of Daniel. Jury Impannelad. May fet Frlsoners Free. M. right Ibuusand Acres of Kami in II Se- port, ltcrtlllloti. tho handwriting exLkxinoton, Ky., July 10. Judge Bul who testified before tho court of llAituounsTiLLE, Ky., July 8. The cured urn !. ItrU lt lie l)e?nled lock will take some measures to forco cassation that Dreyfus was tlio authot dont K. K. llacon tra.vnlotMUln.k.r)l: I case against Jcsso Fields for the al,jf resrlnp pcacc. .of the bordereau still remains at tin fled check for 375,000, acting in conCombs in Perry Warden Eph LUlard, of the penitenxercies v to ii proviuo lor me insu- leged murder Toledo, O., July 10. Plans have head of tho anthropometric depart- junction with George Hoadly, Jr., and tnt.'on of an international commission county was called for tho fourth time tiary, to accept the prisoncrs'f rom tho Fayette county jail or else he may set ment of the prefecture of police, but J. Chauncey Hoffman, and for the rebeen formulated for a largo f inquiry for the verification of facts Monday, and a jury was impaneled of minors, disputes not affect-i- ; Thusday. Judge Hrown, of London, them at liberty. Because of the smallcolony to be situated on nas ih-ocprivcu ni nis omci.ii uuties. organization committee of the It. & O. kiases pox in jail there Warden Lillard has Jlaron ll.tulny, another of tho aristo- Co. Lake Erie near here, and 8,000 the vital Interests or honor of is the special judge. Judge S. B. continually refused to take the prisacres of land are to bo secured, cratic promoters of the demonstration acting commonwealth attorney, Parcel A, comprising tho road In states, but Impossible of settlement by to bo dovoted to farming and manu- against President Loubct at Auteull, Ohio, llacon bid 82,000,000. ordinary diplomacy. Tho report of an CapU Golden Is conducting tho de oners, although all signs of the disease have passed away several weeks facturing Interests. Tho promotor has been pardoned. It U understood Parcel It, Indiana renter. Sl.000,000. inquiry commission will not force an fense. No new evidence is expected. ago. of the scheme is Joseph A. Johnson, that M. Ixnibct also desired to pardon Judgment, leaving the contend- Fields expresses much confidence in a Parcel C, Springfield, III., division, arbitral New Railroad Surrey. ing parties full liberty to either favorable verdicU Over 200 witnesses of the state of Washington, and he has Uaron Christian), who made the as- 5500,000. Lancaster, Ky., July 10. The railupon him, but the cabinet dewith him a number of local people who sault Then tho road was offered ns en conclude an amicable arrangement on and the friends of the parties conhave ample meant. Mr. Johnson Sun- cided that it was quite out of the ques- tirety, for which llacon bid 83,510,000. the basis of tho report or have re cerned aro here, but no trouble is ex- road survej'ing corps which has been In camp here for about ten days has day announced that It is tho Intention tion. pected. It was bid in on tho latter proposition, course ulteriorly to mediation or to build a city which will engage In a BROKE Charged With Double Murder. run three lines from Burgin to this THE OCEAN RECORD. as an cntlroty. llacon put up nn addiplace, the ono on the west side beings commercial trade, tho pro tits of which Articles 14 to 19 set forth the general tional check, making the full amount GnEENUP, Ky., July a June Bostcr, only 14 miles, two miles shorter than objects of and benefits it Is hoped to aged 40, has been captured and lodged arc to be divided equally among in Th Halter Wlthelin liar (Irom Crosstd 6351,000, 10 per cent, of the bid. derlvo from tho arbitration court and in the Greenup jail for shooting his Jt was thought possible to make iU members of tho colony. Thcro was only one bidder. the Atlantic Ocean In Kl !ay, Tho land to bo occuplod Is owned by 'JO Hours anil A3 Minute. The road will be opeiatcd independ- declares signing tho convention implies stepfather, Abo Logan, aged SO, and The company promises to have trains lion. II. T. Nllcs and options will bo ent of the lialtlmoro & Ohio, although an undertaking to submit in good faith Andy Royal, aged SO, on White creek running over this part of the road in a New Youk, July New York being to arbitral JudgmcnU .secured for what tho colony needs. controlled by lu July 4. The trouble was over a wom year's time, and over the whole route) Mr. Johnson states that (0,000 has ofllco of tho North German Lloyd Tho bidder is required to deposit an, liostcr recently served a term in in about two years. been pledged to the enterprise and Steamship Co. received a cablegram 325,000 for each parcel bid upon or SHE WAS USING NAPHTHA. the Ohio penitentiary for robbing nn 0 Executive Committee to Sleet. that the remainder of 310.000 will bo Monday announcing that tho Kalsct for a bid on tho entire road. Tho old man named Sanford, near hangMount Sterling, Ky., July 0. (3 rosso arrived at Cherraised to make the colony perfectly In- Wllhclm dcr successful bidder is required to put up Noted Washington Tt oman, Social Leader ing llock, O. Chairman A. W. Young, of the state bourg at 2M5 Monday afternoon in th and dependent from the start. Writer, Ilurned to Death at once enough in addition to his decentral and executive committee, has Kdltor Moore's Keceptlon. time of ft days, 2( posit to make ten per In an Explosion. meeting to be held in FrankccnU of the enLexington, Ky., July 10. Editor C called a SCHURMAN MAKES A REPORT. hours and ftft minutes, having pasted tire bid, nnd the bnlanco mu.-s- t be paid fort on July 11. Tho object of tho Washington; July a Mrs. Marguer- C. Moore, just out of the Ohio penitentho Sandy Hook light ship at lU:ftC within 30 days. ite Dickens, the wife of CapU Francis tiary, was met at the depot Saturday meeting is the election of a secretary, II Flint That tha I ondlllona In thesonth. p. m. on the 4th and covered a tllstunce discussion of plans for the approacharn Islands of tha Archipelago Are A TRAGEDY of .1,11)0 miles. AT A REVIVAL. W. Dickens, assistant chief of tho bu- with a brass band and escorted to the ing campaign and such other business Very tiatlifactory. reau of navigation, was hilled Friday l'humlx hotel, where he was banquotcd Her average time was 'J2.C2 knots, ni against her best previous record of At Dallai, Tes., John T. Carlisle Mioota and morning at her residence by an explo- nnd met by friends. He then went to as is necessary for a complete organiWashington, July 10. Dispatches 32.5(1 Kills l'rof. William I.lp.roml), l're.l- sion of naphtha. She was cleaning in his homo in the country, "Quaker-ncre.- " zation of the democratic county comknots. Her daily log ran 402 mittees. have Just been received at the state miles, fair; 519 miles, dent of the Central lllch School, tho room with the fluid when it exThere were addresses by Hon. department from President Schurman, fair; 5IW miles, fair; ft:J3 fair; 523 miles, rmallpox Tatlent Ilrought Into Court, ploded. Mrs. Josephine 1C Moses Kaufman, 524 miles IUi.i.Aft, Tex., July 11. At 0:30 of tho Philippine commission, giv- miles, foggy; 00 miles, fair. fair; London, Ky., July ". Thero was Mrs. Dickens was a remarkably Henry and others. o'clock Monday night one of tho most ing somo account of his Jourgreat consternation nmong the lawbrilliant woman and a social leader In Monument for llland. ney to tho southern islands of THE OFFlCERSSUSPECT HER. startling tragedies Dallas has ever Washington. yers and a courtroom of She was a writer of known occurred lu the First Christian Louisviui.k, Ky., July tho archipelago. Ho finds the conspectators at Uydcn when a prisoner eomo note, her most popular book g liberally in pro- appeared with a ditions in those Islands extremely To a Woman llevanue Officer Lowrr Uii church. In the midst of a prottacted caro a description of her cruise arouad 'is to be asked to assist meeting service John T. Carlisle aroso viding tho monument to bo erected of smallpox. Somo of the lawyers Talking, hha Hays, When lie Tftcro is a disposition algratifying. South America on a of from his seut, walked to where Prof. Wat Shot Down. over the grave of "Silver Dick" Bland, shook hands with him beforo tho dismost everywhere south of Luzon to acWm. Lipscomb, president of tho Central which her husband was commander. of Missouri. Bland was a native of covery was made. cept American sovereignty. President Atlanta, (la., July 11. Deputy l high school, tho leading educational Kentucky, having been born nt HartSchurman expects to arrive at San ARE MANY APPLICATIONS. Calloway returned from tho llluo institution of tho public bcliools Iter. IU Lin Cave Accept. ford. W. I Ferris will receive subof tho Francisco about tho 15th of August, Ridge mountains Monday night. He city was seated, and shot Lexinoton, Ky., July 0. Rev. R. him without Almost Kvery Officer Who Served In tho scriptions at Louisville. Tho monuIt is felt at the state department says Sunday night a woman, or a man ment, to cost S10.000, will be erected at Lin Cave formally accepted tho porWar In tuba Has Offered Ills Services that the commission has douo much to in woman's clothes, went to tho house a word of warning. Carlisle was slezcd tion of president of Kentucky uniand taken to the county jail. He Lebanon, Mo., Bland's old home. convey to the native Filipinos a proper of Karl Fields, lu Cherokee In tha Philippine Campaign. versity. Ho had resigned last spring, county, and rvouiu not talk of tho tragedy. Prof. conception of the purposes of tho reported The Killing Was Justifiable. that there wns a dead man In Lipscomb was reported dead at 10:15 Washington. July a It was stated but tho board of curators United States government und in that tho road. She said sho had been SHEL11YV1U.K. Ky., July t). A coronhim in June, and at tho meeting of tho talking o'clock. at tho war department Friday that al. way has sapped the strength of tho er's jury sitting in the caso of tho Ne- cxccutlvo committee Friduy afternoon to tho man and while doing so he Carlisle had been chief of tho most every officer who served in tho insurrection. was shot twice from ambush. Fields high school, but failed to Janitor army during the war with Spain, and gro George Shelburn, finds that ho was he accepted the position. bo reappointkilled by Constable K I'carco Bullock found II. C Lowry's body, as described ed by the school board. Vt heels. Crushed bjr the Ho attributed who has been honorably mustered out, Old soldiers' Reunion. They returned to tho his defeat for reappointment to the has again offered his services to meet while tho latter was in the discharge SiioAi.fi, Intl., July 10. At Natchez, by the woman. Fredoni.v, Ky., July 6. Tho reunion of ills duty and thus the killing was Martin county, while the Salmon boys house und found tho woman had de- professor's influencu and it is believed tho needs of tho Philippine campaign. of the 20th Kentucky volunteer infanwere hauling lumber, a young son of parted. Sho Is suspected of tho crime. this was the c.iuso of tho murder. Altogether no less than 10,000 appli- entirely justifiable. try will be held In Princeton August Jackson Mallard, when tho team was Lowry was n government revenue in- I'rof. Lipscomb was a native of Nnsh- - cations for commissions in the new A Grocer Kails. 10, 17 and 18. Kverybcdy is invited. is believed ho was lured vine, former. It btopped, got in frontof tho wheels, and, lain., and camo to Dallas four volunteer army now forming have been Kminknck, Ky., July 7. R. W. Moody, and a great crowd is expected. Presiwhen the. wagon started, a wheel from his homo aud at a convenient years ago. Carllslo is n native of Ken- received at the war department und grocer, made an assignment Thursdnj dent McKinley, Gen. E. H. Hobson, passed over his body, killing him ut- spot shot down by a waiting moon tucky, a cousin of Former Secretary havo been placed on the files. Friday morning, naming W. E. Club assignee. Gen. Gordon, Gen. Wallace and Gen. fihlucr for revenge. of tho Treasury John G. Carlisle. most Instantly. nlono tho applications numbered 480. Liabilities S'J.300. with assets 81,000. Buckucr havo been invited. Throe .Miners Hurled AIIto. Father's Life Taken to Save Ills Mother. The Second Dividend. MartUl Lnw Declared. Cattle fur Kxpnrt. New Kentucky 1'osl Office. LouiaviM.K, Ky., July a Oscar lly-- i A.noki.h Camp, Col., July 11. In an PlTTsnunoir, Pa., July 10- .- Checks to Hklokadk, Servla, July 11. Martial Lancaster, Ky July 7. Ono hunWashington, July 0. Post ofllces boy, Friday morn- dred and ninety-on- e the amount of 8218,750 were mailed to explosion of giant powder in tho Mo law has been dcelnrcd throughout tho 'l, n cattle, weighing have been established at these Kenpreferred stockholders of tho Pressed loucs mine Nicholas May was Instant' department of Holgrade, Including this ing shot his father four times, inflict- 1,000 pounds each, left here Thursday. tucky towns: Burke, Elliott county, Steel Car Co, Saturday lu payment of ly killed and three minora wcro buried city, owing to discoveries made during ing dangerous wounds. The father. Morris it Co., of Chicago, purchnsed with Alllo Gillum, postmaster; Peyton-towtho second dividend of 1? per cent, on alive. The bodies liavo not been re- the courso of tho Inquiry into tho re- Carl Ilydol, enmo homo drunk and be- them from Bcaslcy Brothers, of this Madison county, Wiley E. Harris, The son at- place. They go to Newport News, postmaster. cent attempt upon the life of former gan abusing his wife. $12,500,000. The dividend is payablo covered. tracted by bjr screams entered tho King Milan. July 10, on which date tho books will cn to Liverpool. Hie nut far richt. room with a revolver, nnd when his Another Killing Reported. be reopened for transfer. San Fhancisco, July 11. Tho Glen New Kecrultlor Station. "Uen." Wilson Killed. father rushed at him f.rcd flvo times, London Dhpot, Ky., July a It is repark people, who offered 840,000 for I'atal Hollar 1'iploslon. Knoxviulk, Tcnn., July 11. A re- lour bullets taking cftoct, two in tho CoLtiMiiiA, Ky., July 8. Bob Wilson, ported that Jim Stubblclleld, Sheriff. y tight, have raised sulting station for tho 3lst volunteer arm, ono in the breast and ono In tho better known as "Gen." Wilson, was White's deputy, was fatally shot City. Pa., July 10. Uy thsexplo- - the Oil. at nlon of a boiler on the Moran oil traut their bid to 3(50,000. They proposo to regiment was opaued liore Monday groin. The boy mil rendered and i killed ncur Russell Springs, Russell Manchei.ter Thursday night by Mart county, by a tree falling on bim. lie Smith, (iarrard'a friend. Saturday, James McCruy was killed hold the tight in tho open and charge norulng. Many will join from this now In jail. He says ho tnotlosav The report wa cutting t rnber. and John Turn was seriously injured, a general admJeslon of his toother's life. is considered authentic. e rr New Yoiik, July 10.- -A new rapid fire gun designed for tho protection of tho mlno Holds and a novel for tho navy has been tested on tho proving grounds of tho BrlggvScabury Oun & Aniinunltlon Co., at Derby, Cu Tlicso guns were built for tho army and navy respectively under contraeta awarded at tho beginning of tho war with Spain and will probably play an important part in the plan and scope of national defense. Tho army gun la a of tho Briggs type and is mounted upon a parapet carriage, which admit of thn plcee being fired with tho same rapidity as upon a naval mount. While It can be easily transported from place to place, In fact, the new weapon it a combination of a Held and coast defense gun. Its use will be principally to protect the torpedoes In the harbors by throwing such an overwhelming shower of shot aud shell tnat no small boat could live within lu zone of lire. Tho gun and carriage rest upon tho parapet of the fort and are held rigidly In loltlon by means of a anchorage, which Is worked under tho center of tho axle. Should it bo to concentrate the lire upon any particular point, tho nnchorago U unhooked aud tho carriage rolled away to any point on the beach. A small ipade at the rear of tho trail piece can be rcleaicd, aud taking against tho ground, hold tho gun In position. The bmiautomatlc gun is also a and is the tint completed of fit for the nary. It is expected to work revolution in rapid-firguns, for with it a speed of CO shots per tnlnuto wa obtained Saturday, which is twice tho record by the which is worked by hand. Another Important feature Is that it reduces the crew of a six pounder from four to two men, one of whom thrown In fixed ammunl tlon as a person throws coal Into a furnace, while the other (Ires as the breach block closes automatically. scmi-automat- lo dc-airer Aubtik, Tax., July 1L Gov. Saycrs Stockton, Cal., July 11. A special and a corps of assistant have spent train of nine coaches filled with tench-eron tho way to Los Angolcs. the entire day working in behalf of tho Hood sufferers swarming up and lend the National Educational nssoci atlon convention, crashed into & freight down tho Ilrasos river bottoms, from tho stricken district Mon- train within 300 yards ot tho dcpot'at day aro to tho effect that while the Newman, Stanislaus county, Monday, Three ladles were killed and 13 patwaters aro rapidly receding, tho condiJt tion of flood sufferers Is Improving very rcugcrs injured. Tho list of killed and injured are: little. Killed: Miss Addle Harris. St, Louis: Tho governor received official reports from Veiasco, tho southernmost Mrs. Lena Thomas, Seneca Falls, point, that everything was in fairly N. Y. Mrs. Elizabeth White of St. Louis, good condition there with S'J feet of water prevailing. He also received n died Monday afternoon of her injurtelcgratti from tho citizens of Ilcarue ies. stating that they had fought alone as Injured: Miss Clara Morohous, Bat-tl- o Crock, Mich.; Mrs. Elizabeth White, long as they could and would now have to ask public aid, that all tho it. Louis; Miss May Oliver, SU Louis; property of tho people of that section Miss Helena English, Su Louis; Miss had been laid waste, they were starv- Kallle R. Smith, Su Louis: Miss Gera ing and homcle and asked for both trude Rosenberg, SU Louis; Miss A. Wehmelr, SU Louis; Edwin D. money, food and clothing. Their wants will bo supplied at once. Luckcy, SU Louis; Robert O. Mills, County Judge Hell, at Bollvllle, wired Lake Creston, S. D.; Miss 0. L. Morse, that there wore 1,'J00 sufferers in the Philadelphia; Calvin Buttock.Su Louis. With tho exception of Robert Mills, country north Of Mills' creek and 1,000 In tho creek bottom In absolute need. who was Injured about the head, From numerous other portions of tho thought fatally, none of tho injuriei Hooded districts similar reports come are nt all serious, tho greater part pouring in and thoir requests for aid consisting of slight bruises or mero 1 were at onco referred to tho various shocks. Tho train was running at tho rate of relief stations being established along 40 miles an hour, and tho freight train the Hooded district. Gov. Saycrs stated Monday to a press wos taking water on the main track. correspondent that tho effort on the The freight train took fire and an emppart of some to belittle tho damage at- ty coach, way cars aud three flat cars tendant upon thla flood was actuated by were burned. There were no baggage cars between motives that he could not understand, and that during his long residence In the locomotive of the special and the Texas ho had never seen a worse tourist sleeper, so that when the crash calamity befall lu people, and that came the tender of the locomotive telo from reports ho had at his disposal ho looped the sleeper, killing tho three was led to believe that tho list of suf- women in the forward berth and Injuring i:i other occupants of the same car. ferers would be very large. None of the other coaches left tho M. LEBON TO BE PROSECUTED. track. tot Re-por- ta - Lu-ell- The IlAour, Jnly 8.The proposed convention of the peace congress iu regard to arbitration of national difficulties is as follows: Article With the object of as far as possible recourse to force In International relations, the ignatory powers agree to uso all endeavors to effect by pacific means a settlement of the differences which may arise among them. Artieic 2. The signatory powers di cldc that in cases of serious difference or conflict they will, before appealing to arms, have recourse, uj ftr as circumstances permit, to the good office or mediation of one or several friendly powers. , Article 3. Independently of this the signatory powers deem it useful that several of tho powers not committed to the arbitration scheme shall on their own initiative offer, as far as clrcutn-Janc- e permit, their good offices for mediation to tho contending states. T,hc right of offering their good offices belong to powers not connected tvlth 'Ifcccontlict even In tho course of which act can never be regard cd as an unfriendly ncU Article 4. The part of mediator consists In reconciling conflicting claims and appeasing resentment which may have arisen between contending states. Article 5. The functions of mediators cease from the moment It may be stated by ono of the contending particr 91999329932l31 THE STATE'S FINANCES. the A Statement of the Condition of Ken- t pre-catl- ng The Lexington Chamber of Commerce Arranging; for a llarbccne to tha Dele. Kates to the state Convention. tucky Treasarjr Issued From the Auditor's OUlceL hoi-tplti- Lkxinoton, Ky., July 8. The chamber of commerce is busy making for entertaining the delegates and visitors to the republican stato convention to bo held here next week. Gen. Taylor and Col. Stone havo engaged headquarters at the Phranix hotel. The Chautauqua ended Friday. Tho auditorium decorations will remain for the convention. The chamber of commerce will attempt something entirely new by giving tho delegates nnd visitors a barbecue. Arrangements are being mado to The spread is to be feed 8,000 people. ready Wednesday afternoon. GusJnu-bcr- t, a famous "burgoo" maker, will have charge Ho will make 700 gallons of tho "burgoo." There will bo two barbecued beeves, 12 of mutton, 10 shoats and 2,000 loaves of bread, besides scores of country hams and chickens. BRECKINRIDGE DENIES IT. lays tie Is Hot a Candidate for Governor on An Independent Ticket and Is Not a Candidate for Congress. prcp-aratlo- na Frankfort, Ky., July C Following is the report of condition of tho Htato treasury Issued from the auditor's office Monday afternoon: Slaking Fund Ilalanoo May 31, Receipt Expenditures and transfers. School Fund Halanco May 31. I699....M Receipts and transfers Total 1899 t ......$ 830,719 0T ,2g 17 K5.I01 24 eo.377 W f ) . 753,711.-1- 18I.09. i lOI.Ui.1 57 560.050 9J ' 818 81 Expenditures ... ...... ..,.. 5.t!W ll.CCJO.OU U General Expenditure Fund Deficit May 31, 1839 Receipts Total Expenditures C09.IH !3 IJI.i:7 M f 51") 90 3! 71 W,MS JL t FOUR A 11 or., Balance In Treasury, Juno 3a 1839.. I 3K.1IS 7J SERIOUSLY INJURED. on or by the mediator himself that the Tha llevelatlon of Inhuman Cruelty I'rae- Head on llreyfnt (iota tha rnrmar Minister Into Trouble. compromise or basis of an amlcablo un- rstanding proposed by him has not a accepted. rticlc 6. Good offices and mediation ve the exclusive character of coun- and arc devoid of obligatory forces. Article 7. The ncccntance of media tion, unless otherwise stipulated, may have the effect of intcrruntintr the ob B. & 0. S. W. RAILROAD SOLD. atlon of preparing for war. If the eptance supervenes after the open- The Iteorfanliatlon Committee Ilujra th of hostilities it shall not inter I'rojwirty for Sjn.S 10,000 Will is rupt, unless by a convention of a con-tniOperated Independently. tenor, military operations that may be proceeding. Ci.nci.vxati, July 11 The llaltlmore Article S. The signatory powers A Ohio Southwestern railroad waa Agree In recommending the applicasold at 12:30 o'clock Monday. It was' tion of special mediation in the event bid in by E. lu llacon, president o the reorganization committee. Th cf threatened interruption of peace Contending states brought 53,510,000. I between members. Tho sale was mado on a fore- may each choose a power to which closure brought by the FarmerJ they will entrust the mission of entcr- inio a negotiation wun a power Loan A. Trust Co. and W. H. Miller.,! en by tho other side with the ob-o- f After Gen. Cowcn, of tho United preventing a rupture of pacific Slates court, had read tho bill and1 tions, or, in tha event ot hostili- damage cases against the road Prcst? Firecracker the 07 Lexinoton, Ky., July 10. Anent the liar Two Men Will 1'robabty Lose story sent out from Howling Green Their Kyeslght. that the democrats would hold a new Louisville, Ky., July 0. Four men convention to nominate a new state ticket on which Col. W. C. P. Breckin- were seriously injured Tuesday night ridge would probably bo the nominee by the explosion of a giant firecracker for governor, Col. Rrcckinridgc said in the Haymarkct saloon, at Preston lato Sunday night: "I am not only not a candidate for the nomination for governor but I would not accept a nomination for that or any other office from any party. As I stated when the telegrams wcro sent from here saying that I was a candidate for the nomination for congress in this district, I was not and am not cither a candidate for any nomination, nor would I accept any if tendered me." and Jefferson streets. The men wero I'lace a tllant drinking when a boy entered and, placed a large firecracker on the bar. r l .... m ii h Dlsh-raa- n, orbl-tratio- 11.-- The ST5,-00- record-breakin- g well-tille- d Ve-in- well-develop- man-of-wa- r, Mar-sha- -- n, Jeffrlcs-Sharko- It n. i i' i n j 1 -- V r . tT.'V, -- ' b i '. ssrasa'aos-55- - nu...,.... "... (;n- f ll,,. A.ll.la.li.1. Itlllllll ClT """J " .. of Kentucky tcrprlrio there re pluiiH it plentjthe Agricultural Hurouu HICKMAN, KY., bus uutliori.ed the employment of hi- - for hulliliuj,' tip ifilli'H, hiijh tlffi JULY 14, lb!W. Hirers to visit the various counties of KuhIi ville Ainorloiin, tint nil Iiihi'$ FRIDAY, ,, tlot eriiiimi t lcti. the State for the purpose of organising uftor i in ; ' THE HICKMAN COURIER, (Jporgo Warren. Farmers' Clubs. . TO tr MUM) UPTOWNS AM) .1.!. iu i it .1 iiii- UfiK&l .. . t f 1 i SHH'IMJK Uri ti t f It ii mill iiiiu r," OF YKI.MHV I'KVKIt. lli ikflM I lit -- It ii a in wv mt ,. $ UVKIIVTIII.( mi ii an e m .....--...- . !.....-.- imb - tv LOCAL NEWS. Queenswaro at Shaw's, Read about "The Big Contest." Leu Shaw has returned from Hot Springs, Ark. Ed. Kirkland was down from Un ion City Sunday. Your weight iu silver is offered you in "The Big Contest." Ufe. Special atteutiou to Hardware shelf goods at Shaw's. Miss Nettie Hertweck, was down from Fulton this week. Mrs. Horace Luteu, of Fulton, was in town this week visiting Mrs. M. Han- Agricultur.il Societies or Farmer.-.-' - am, 01ubri- J !;r The farmers of Kentucky suller a Um t , of many thousand dollars tmini.ilh uoirliKMMMi cannot 1I8,tlHSi W,. hOlu0 flnill0 ,,,. mil .vein, through failure to nmlie the iiiiiMn-.)(- l he overcome hi ii fov month of mu,i j,.. ,. HKKts,0IIH anco of doing thoroughly what is done, goure(ari irrlot Biinitiitlnn. Tho outhri'iik (f (u, .Mo,,,, and by neglecting the many (Jliuiiibi'rol CommiTi-e- . All' 'fallow fever ut SnntlHgo Ih in Aii., H,r,t,l riuntliUloii mill things" that go so Tar towards H,,'ll"s', er 8t,iting some ot the itdvunliti'Hh 'H, n,u" to the income of the progressive fitrin ()f Montgomery, lie mhh: S illt'Ced torotuilt from gorm which I lave been bn-i- l for many .yearn in er. Is there any good reason why the NW wijuW hu V(.armi.er ,o old Spnnlfih biirrucks. ,,, for smilU ,n county should not or. vj The nw tMmpili fanners of each ganizo a Farmers Club, where they, Hiring enterprises and convince them df SilildiliRH were dlniuloolcd, weto their wives, sous and daughters would tlie superior advantages iMwscrycd by .horoughly uIimiiihimI, were, over Obhoitld Montgomery. guar- tlm riiridr,anr.c. ,,t meet, say monthly, for an interchange !iiitiiil fund nf ''(. IHM). In sturtn ....l.il Mmln,!. lui iiTi., of ideas on the best moans of doing the f.ir tilt, unrtwwii iiiimit. i i . lu.iifin. ii;v. tears in Riuiitnrv uiuttort could CiiHJIy remedied, and our imiiiv thine to bo done on the farm? expense ot removing .successful enter1. tnl to the would each I'nses and securing them desirable lo. troops aro fallinj,' victim Can anyoue doubt that they dle. ' negonaiuig wnn a luniiwiu-turv,' unl- ; n, " Tho tlm The county court of Lake county, " elTorts should be attempted or ploying 100 hands, doing an unuu.il nu;e" nf RriMltl-1- irat .n H.n Tenn., ordered the levee election to be oratorical lH ,() ''''plnriMl; ' hustings ot $;5.ooo and spending 42oi- - '11,K u! expectel, but after his own fashion held Aug. 3rd. W a year in nay rolls. It will !,im AnitTICttli poltliora aro tl.iue for Is interested in his everv farmer who Charles N. Walker will begin the ',,l,ur,ll,!l!,11 bu lU ork should be willing to give his view publication of a nowspaper at ColumniiiUiowlU inroad of tho p ho cbuuk- . 14,,r' on tho subject under discussion, bus, Ky., this week. u0 one months business doing it. We 'i' for .lonnilnoB in rurtiiii in is a greater need mu bring him here, believe, for ?'.', 0JO Sunday School and ho has no views, there -- The EDiscoDal ! l will lj,'"(Hlor. II'w', hands of"'J friends will enjoy a picnic at Brown's for him toattend and liMcn to tho views plactil Manutiienit. ' Springs, near town, or 0,lurs' tug Committee, who will develop u plni The National Kill. , , The Benton Tribuuo says but three l'armers, more tnan any otner cia.vs, f0r raising this money anil commmilcau small cases were tried in the recent ore interested iu good roads, and tho so- with you later. Be nnuly and willing Gen. Lew .Wallace, the clictttit- Marshall county circuit court. ,r g.jo., ilucil nutlior of "Hen Hur." who cieties could do much to give form and """ "",".'. "Z. $1.60, SIT Shaw'sbeat. 12.00 and f.'.BO force to tho prevailing sentiment in fa- submj, u , tm11, T'h. wi bo Klllm)8 ,,,,,,, it, lho comM!i8 of the bo Shoes can't vor oi a ueiier uignway system iu nvi'ivi' u. wiiiv rviiiemuvr, a eirv I'nrtV. In disentitle; Earnest sympathy is with Mr. and The aims of these Clubs are to be gets industries just like. i' iiuwlwui 1 ;he subject of trusts recently at Mrs. B. T. Davis in the loss of their trade by going after it,-sweet little daughter Mary, who died purely educational; no politics involvThis is tho rifiht spirit. A town frawfonlville, Iml., said: ed. Mr. Moore, tho Commissioner of Monday night. says that during the p.ist must go after business to get if, "I know nothing more rtpre. Gus Coulter, candidato for State Agriculture, inMisiblc than tho neglect uliieli Auditor, says he has assurauco thar Y. winter a number of theo societies were just like tlio Individual must. J. Bryan will speak at Mayfleld during organized, with much good, and re- t nab been shown this oil by the the present campaign. rvtirtu ii tlia f"iitin ti tinlitutt tint fwitc ' SANDERS & REEVES I "'nonnl HtuhorllleH, from I'resi- When a man gets rich enough to to the farmers of Fulton county. lLiMtlie nicest, nti.to.iliitii IT J,w,t, HIM?. dl'"t .MoKltllOV llowtl. H llllH III) indulge in the luxury of law suits, the GIES. Come and get yon one. They Attorney General who sits iu Ills lawyers begin to take an interest iu are good goods, aud so cheap. i riegatii oinco at lho capital and Difllcult Work Etpeclally Solicited. him, and later from him. Our uew jeweler, Chas. Beavis, is preiecs the Indignity multiply every New Madrid Record: Miss Lizzie pared to give perfect satisfaction in all Succor Fallon s .Misfortune. iluy almost every hour right Wilson, grand daughter of Mrs. Eliza repair work entrusted to him. Eyes antler his oyes. Tho public Mill LaValle, arrived from Hickman Thurs- tested free. Suffering and ruin huvo fallen hold tho President responsible for day to visit relatives and friends. Wilson's Book fc Jkwkluy Stokk upon a vnBl auction of Texas' n;?- - Hie negligence and Indifference of Elder John Ross, of tho Primitive Tho only A Stato ticket has been nominated riculturul bolt, sweeping away mtV his attorney Gonoral. Baptist, will preach at Stubbs' school J hope In the futnre of notion by house, Saturday night beforo the 4th iu Iowa by a now organization called iim.. nr .1..11..F. vnrn. r tho United Christian party, whose platej lie autlioriticH is In the orgnnixii Sunday and on Sunday morning. form is that the country should bo gov- ty, sowing death and reducing 0ra Ilborll,K . ,.. Barbecue, dance, &c, at Graves erned by tho standard : "What would tunny thousands to the menace of School House, Tuesday, July 18th : one Jesus do?" starvation ami illness. Hut, thank on No. 8 Island, July 22nd, and one on It Reelfoot near Walker & Ellison's mill, Suite on July 22nd. have an extensive domain, overvhlch lh? "Btl1bl,Jll0 O. B. Morris, Druggist. Moscow, Ky., to roam iu search of a ballot to Miit.'P""1 and the reliiif says he Bells Plantation Chill Cure and One beauty of our institutions is that if measures lliey oiganized, aud to finds it suit s his trodo because it eradi- we can t get what we want, there w no- - the excellent judgment of Gov cates the system of all malarial poison, UAy (J h'S !! (rnm Inlinil tchnluf iloii t ernor Sajers In urrungiug a T"." and he guarantees it. like. .JJJj (( le kmjk of kll0WB cnei' I0W fc tii JJ itiUM'Odtetl itl.i....... ii liiiiui j.i Mil tin reputation of ueinU iie Noedinj: spot ol yellow rover in tho epiiletnio now pn. Culi ro, tint wtlliHlit titll n Hid t,,l,nB ,ortn of Unn. Wood unit l.in on- to ilnou lliu li.y in xtji. 81lllt,,r? condition, hI,ovH in lilies - ! Buan'es i . ! IH ..-i ''' Nics and Clean, v JUMtSMfTh. isiitmmiimr-miM- iim i Freeh and Cold u I "'"'' ,.,. Sscla Water, .i.i. I'l.wnits. COCOOOIiA, KltlJIT NK0TA1J, rilUSlMlATKS, 10 US " m i J lit OUUSIIHI) KKUITS Buggies! We have just received n -- AIX and I.IO.MONADi:. AH LARGE Of ASSORTMENT r COLD AS ICE CAN MAKE THEM, H1IK8II HUIM'I.Y OK -- iC -- iV!T:i,Tsif" 1 ei A YOUNG 17 MEN'S to-dn- , , Lozviwy's Chocolates, 'T Received Every Week ITII K KI. VA M V Irich fjoggies, Also, a lot of gi tits for the ci letiratisl of the U'lt'At Hi signs I - '' -' nl". ft A l 1 : 1 FINE HARNESS. We ar-, aUo, KPtl" Hoosier and Kentucky Drills I Oil 1,11! & 11)111,111 OLIVKH AND VULCAN I'WAVS, ACMKaud DISC HAHKOWS, and fvervlhiug that (.'"" with a first elawi ImplriHuiit Hoiimi. Cull ami we us' i iui';; ihts. rsini tic tii;. Inule. uml will dn UiX'ii tl Kw rol. linking iNtnght the Ihrkinaii Uoll.-- Mills iiiiiiiihiic to the fanners that tluynpts mllv mli it their r it CImik.. ntlun tn itii-n- t '"(SANDERS & REEVES. ..,.. ,,,, Look 7" S:dwthTMvBlS5ull:!, 75P-;ivIf,he,e!,,'lW- DO NOT LIVE FORFVFRI 41 While the preacher was saving his benediction at West Liberty. Ky., Jesse Day was shot ami killed by two brothers, Jas. and Calviu Fugate. Another ieuu is leareu. "Elder N. B. Hardeman, of Henderson, Tenn., will begin a protracted meeting at Mt. Hennon, next Sunday 16th inst. The meeting will probably continue 2 weeks. Everybody cordially Suu-day, invited." II- - Over 20 years expeneuco m re pairing fine watcnes and clocks. Satis faction guaranteed or money refunded. R. W. Buck. Read the advertisements iu tho Courier. You will always save money by finding out where you can buy tho cheapest and you can find this out by reading the advertisements published in this paper. Mr. R. L. Moore, of Spokane, Washington, after a mouths visit to the family of Dr. A. A. Faris, left Sunday on his return home ; Misses Light uud Mai Faris accompanied him as far as St. Louis to visit friends there, Miss Hattio Hunt has been employ-eto teach the ensuing term of the public school at Three States. Miss liuut taught the Walnut Grove school, in New Madrid county, last year, and gave good satisfaction. Hibbard Banuer. d (A Miss Cora Lebia Brown, who has been visiting friends and relatives at State Lino, returned homo last week accompanied by Miss Lillio Maddox, who recently returned from Dalton, Ga , where she has been attending school. Bread for 25c. Bread for $1.00. Patronize homo industry and save from 20 to aOc on the dollar, at tho New City Bakery. Prof. Clark, the hypnotist, is giving the peoplo ut Lawrenceburg something to talk about this week. He put a young man to sleep, buried the subject and then took him out of the grouud and put him in a store window two days. The best curfew ordinance, says an exchange, is one that is adopted in each family, where the old man acts as mayor and city council, night watch and calaboose keeper; where line and punishment go together, aud where a good hickory stick Is more to bo feared than bo much lolly-poIt may not be generally kuowu that persons who from carelessness or any other causo take mail from the that belongs to another aud fails to return the same, are liable to a flue of 200, or one year's imprisonment. This applies to newspapers thus taken, as well m other mail matter. Ed. 0. Gargill. a one time prominent cltlsen of Mayfleld. died at the HopkiniTillo asylum Friday last, uud his body was token to that city for bur ial Saturday. lie servod that city several times as tax collector, and was u man who gave great promise of successful future, but ill health uud tho uso of narcotics uubalaucod his mind uud he became a mental and physical wreck. Dr. A. M. Jopliu, representing the J, M. and A. O. Johnston Optical Co., will be with mu on the 17th of tho month, and those finding it difllcult to obtain glasses to suit their eyes would bo benefitted by calling on him that day and having Jinn fit them a pair of spectacles. Dr. Jopliu has been with s as beforo. He fitted several pair of all of which aro giving entire satisfaction, W. M. Handle. post-ofilc- 0 loaves 20 loaves e 1BBF 7 'WTl V. Chutuu. Ky.f ing relief to the sufferer, sue JBBSL Kiy.s ho luus sold Plantation Chill Curt uas upon the n inuowed close fnr mimv J vsatif utifl Miiiitntr tint intmv av UillMJ J Vftursa Hlllill chill touics hu linds tlio Piuntatiou the wrought by tho destroying live1 muni rt'iuiuiu iu hiiiix, an ii iu;u uiiit'niiiiA At 16 lol. from the auiuiue tonics, which only stops chills for a short time. It removes ur :;' ijjL tho cause, and the cure is ueruuiuom. At $10 to tho pound, how mucin. " Tho State Convention of the Pro- vfiiir w. .ii. 1.1 tut, .... nl tiiV W..1I it ..llfl .. ........ ...... .... .1 .it, II , -- r,r m hibition party will bo held iu Louis- jv...matter if you weigh a ton, wi not ville August 1 and 2 A complete tick- going to oiler yun in the Usue nf July et will bo nominated aud a vigorous VI or the Coi'ttiKtt, your actual wiiK'ht cumpaiuu. it is said, will be prouonted iu brand new v s r in tho fall. Geo. W. bain, of Lexing-- ' dollars. Head ubout "The Hig " ton; Dr. M. V. Hunt and Col. T. B. Demaree aro meutioned for tiie nomination. iNVaiting until 'lvi and bye" to maki Q 'omt; Forunru ! honii rizv is n wav of Tho construction of the new wheat uiivimr vim vii.t. i.r ltiti.ml lii RI..1.I ' elevator at tho Hickman Holler Mills, All pornons indebted to C. A now u tho time to enjoy tintc Eversolo, is under headw ay, tho combo are nofitlwl tlmt tlu-- must eomo frame work being up. It Is construct-- ' forwurd and wettle. are iun GOOD THINGS OF LIFE. ed to hold between 1&.000 and 'O.ooo serous. Verbuiu Sapu-uti- . busliels, with 12 bins, and elevators leading directly into the mill. ()IJ) VmT tuMF()ltT ' AX TK Oil ler people do why not you- ('.ill Hoen Arhversolo are buildiugupa large; T0 uud examine our goods ;iud yiu SEASIIOUK, A I'd. iTII. tnulo at all points on the river below We will readily be runviucrd here, and their Hour Ls uiviug nerfit-desire to impress ujsin you that The Create! of All Trips. satisfaction. wo curry a full line of II'to tivrr precious gems Kind words uro the .. rUKNITURK AND UNDi:K m The rguUr Annual Mieurjlori in Old of speech which enrich nil who receive I'oint Comfort in eluirei)f Air. )) . A. U,ithem. They aro as food to tho hungry, TAKING (JUOI)S. jltMttls- tt ttk lttijti titxl trii tut'ti ij tliik Sim, S. r. Aih will (if run WedttrnUy, liiiiioio icnirHi miii iiir I nnujiti ui it rocn in tlio weary land. rtuif. uin,; . Ohio lUilnn, (rem Fin-- 1 W They come bubbling upiu agiHHl natur- - Uipe1e t a.lu A. J freely gushing waters ',D " "Kular lr"'.ed heart, like tho e " of a lountaiu; .they come TorthiLs easily r'V' ""'""' ITmnn lullm. L ,.l . Stephens & Smith. . .. .. u Kink anbl ami UHtnrally irom tne njisor kimlueasl ""',v",t'""" ,",,. !,""'' ,tH" Vl l lu rou"1' "Ip as tho rays from tho sun. Who can' 'ut,h,fV "i1 :1? measure the influence of words? Tho to Old I'oint Ooiiifon - ouli ?li.So,i drop that mingles with the tiood, tiie the ticket nre k'oo.l till Auk JU(h.. with privilege returning wily. sand dropped on the seashore, tlio word This trip eurpusiei ny offered UB you have spoken will not be lost. Each will have its iullueuce, unit bo left un- irixrcling public (iranJ iml beautiful Notico is hereby given to nil part nn til time is no more So bo very careful reentry, intlgorniing uiountilii Mr, ntf or persons performing labor or furnishocean voj age, pulHtml hoiel DalhiUK, how you speak speak kindly. The vud it 7iHil to Hie Capitol it ing for material the building or nun you exert by a life of kindness, pltitiou of tho hotel now under ton by kind words, by holy words, dropped desired. Kterjr attention and conrlmy rxlemlei! idruetlou iu Hickman, Ky , where the among tho young and old, is incalcuLucledo hotel stood, that I will not Im to ladiea wltlioul escort Choice o, route lable. between Richmond Htid CM don r'nrte, respoiiKiblo to them for any work don wild will be given, ennbliu): lliODt; who dratrc or material furnished on or for Told On u Teiiucsseiin. to visit Lynvlihiin:, Nniurl Itldne uud building, but they innst look to the party who employs them, oreontrartH with interest. Iu tho mountain districts of other points of rale will lie $ 00 for The Dickson them for tho material Sleeping cir Tennessee there aro many people LoulHfille toOlil l'olnl, to be oc upieij Brick Co., contracted with me to turuish tho labor and material for wild buildwho never eaw a train, and when by one or two peron, und iippllcmion for jug and I have paid under said contract elceplnt; cur xpucu bIioiiIiI be mude ut oner a railroad was surveyed and con- to V. A. Wanes, 8. A , HnpkiuHitl e, all that I am to pay until tiie building is finished according to the contract. structed through a wild part of Ky. For further pari IcuUrM MMrts Anil no man nee.1 look to me for pay aborc or cill on ugetii 1.0 ICniln aj incut of either IiiIkh or material, except the State but little work was done what I liuiv bo owing under the conby the natives tor a year. They tract with said Hriek Company upon put iu the greater part of their HettlKinnut With tliem. time watching tho workmen, but HHTH UUHLIN. the greatest event in their lives May Ith. 1NHwas when lho first train oame along. Some of them were acCOMMISSIONER'S NOTICE, W. G. Wis-rcit- , (lrutrKirit, ! lein for collecting and dlstriti OLIO vN,R5 : runobr ! hm- FUTURE ! ' t.fjl frmm -- ' ii 'iVJUSN 1IUVING SHOltS. Hint tin eBl Ku't urmr m Umr m lri - - lNtwre. SllOrW tmiild iHallilii. In it It with h weitrtint f IxHurhr tlw .nli--' IIhhii.MiI lo tluir juiliitu friiin mid njipxvirrtiiei- i'-- 7 rsBB;.r - OUR (i nmt rue' nl Uw yvar fW SHOES thm if yott tm the pnijKTMre and W cutinOy witliif4iir. and in . thiy'll shining 1 1 - t'ou-test.- OUR STORE yon'll ret the SIIAPK (Iihi'I Hf t tho hltni. mih! guber-uutiou- iii'-rel- llol-Hoe-n a SI'.K tliatV right, or ymi THK WiSIS MAN - !. t ft - hen It whik to buying nmjr U ui hxrwtw Khun.. Whuii vie advivtlM i& tKI HUrk hiiiI CIkk Cult skin mid Vwi KmI whirli errl anyMdiig we kuow t iif m thf we ilnu't nwviH yiHl to e.iwst I lie Ulu-- ihiu iiciliiiJiry value tiihtirl: nut all over the Hhoe ti u Din JtriT hlKUC rut' ft oo. )'. rth, T.Vr-eii- m m m f WIC un- - WE MAKE making VKK THEM SATISFACTORY. I.uW I'KU'MS uu - LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN'S I ... '" "-- OXFORDS AND SLIPPERS We Iimvi .ii. M- "' - nlop-oi- er NOTICE! : ;.,;,. Sw i I $e$$$$9$;2SMMHNI S7.5Q. imoii -.- to t'loM' lln-i- e nut t't luiike iimuii for our l.irge and i 11 will wlwlrd Iik'I if 1'hII mid Wmtrr .SIhm-Ifivi'yiMt tin li"t an.! niiml iylnh iixfiwilii to I had for m.rh u mu- - v n Xr limn An HHYI H. ; " l -- .v -- -?r r . 0X.- - t; rg is Tin: to oi:r . . AW-- bi- -ih VQiQszzs& ViCS STAKKOFUFKI . . . - .vk$Pif& && I ' n&) ' Axn . GOOD FRESH BREAD (10 TO TIIK spoo-taole- tually afraid of the eogluo and 'I gave it a wide berth. Tho track ) was finally laid as far as the Cum- Shining Purry Mf'g Uo , Pltff'B, vs, i Judguifiit berland itiver, and owing to a deAW. MeDanlel, et ul , T)t', ) w lay of bridge material the work Silyer Under uud by ylrtnc of the men croaaod tho river nod began Circuit Court, rendered in tho above the construction of a tunnel. One; styled eau.10 at itH May term, 16011, all day a tull, raw boned Teuuesseati parties holding claims against tho do stood watching the work. Thorej toudant, Alfred MoDuniol. on Out. Hiltlii was a puzzled look on his face and lb!H, aro hereby notified and required to prove mime us I'eciulred by law, and be dually turned to a traveling tlio nanio with inn or my deputy on or man aud said) 8011, beforo the llivt day of Heplember, "They may bo able to bit that under tho penalty that nil such claims bole every time, bnt If they missj not ho proven and filed with me or my it there will be --I to pay." deputy by that time to bo barred. W P. TAYLOR, The man actually belioved that j no bridge would be built, and that Muster Commissioner F. 0. O. Uy Tom I)ii.i.om, Sit., Dep. M. 0. 1 O C. tlio trains would mnko a Hying leap across the river uud dash In My Deputy Can bo found iu his ollico, to the tunnell on the other side.- -j Tho first auiinuiicoiiiont wliich appeurs on tho corner of .Jackson uud Kentucky , Commercial Travelers' Bulletin. ' in the CouitiEK of JULY lst. streets, Hickumu, Ky. . Year Weight idxt - pn Cilij satey. Bread, Co ken and Pica Baled Daily ! tiropicai 'i V UUADQUAUTKHH i VOIl I p r anain uomesuc nuns, rine ri mocoiaies . and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, f 4 , Tf i The FriKC mF I nF?FAM PARLOR ICK COLD DKINlvH served from our Arctic Fount. 1 and KKBTAUKANT iu nnincctiou. Comb Sea Us U- Telephone (Ml, THE BIG CONTEST Hew City Bakery. - ,sf$ito"'fm r'- - ""41( JU ! -- -i "' V :t I r 1 CLEARANCE SALE? ON NEXT SATURDAY, JILV 15th, WE SHALL COMMENCE OUR MID-SUMME- R 5 i I 3! the Summer's business, and clean up stocks, for the Fall business. TO "WIND in - We shall not stand back for Cost, but have made UP - 3 Heavy Reductions nWE Every Department. - propose to make this the- Greatest Sale COM 14 mid INVKHTIGATE. Palm Fans, Coats Thread, 3c Spool. in Hickman's History. IS: SOMETHING TO 8c. I3est THERE INTEREST YOU. Ladies Vests, 4c. Straw Hats', i Blue Cottonadc Pants quality, 39c. lc each. i Jl. Summer Lawns, 2c. Swiss and Scotch Lawns, 3 Ac. : ?)(l Groceries. : CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. We oiler the Greatest Bargains in this Department ever shown in Hickman. Fine Lawns, Dimities mid ('unhid Luhiih, 1 IU A Fine Lawns and Jaconets llilutvl from ! lit .............. 10 (C Bt Fancy Patent flour, Mens Fine Suits, All Wool-Worsteds, . at $6,75 8.75, any 10.00 Suit in the house. Figured I'uiues, h.,in..i ln and 12Jc ... f 9.75, choice of any 12.50 Suit. $4-1- 5 11.75 for Finest 15.00 and 16.50 Suits. Suiting-- , (Jut from MM to .... ........... ...... tie Finest. M missel i no DeSoio, WiihUO.-- , Best Fancy Straight, Arbuckles, $3.65 Boys Suits. 3.95 for 5.00 Suits. 5.75 for 7.50 Suits. 0.95 for any 10.00 Suit. NOW 40c 48c 39c i adies Shirt Waists, White I'iqtic and 1'i'dfurd Cord, WalsM worth fl.UO, at Lion, 4. Ladies Shirt Waists, Iti'dtn'id fnin worth &( Ilk-- , xxxx, or any Package Coffee, Childs Suits. 59c, Childs Suit worth 1.00. 98c for Childs 1.25 Suits. 1.15 1.98 to at . '.'.. Ready-Mad- e 10c. $1.00 Wrappers, Itrriiuwl fnnii ;rc, and $1.26 to Childs Vestee Suits, 1.50 quality. Childs 2.50 Vestee Suits. Worth $1.00, at Granulated Sugar, 18 Mens Tourist Hats, lbs. for ,,- 09c, 73c and 98c. 1.00 69c Ladies Trimmed Hats, at f)0c, 75c and 1.00 8 lbs SODA for 25c. . Straw Hats Heavily H educed to close out. uDo for any 50c Hat. ISo for any 75o Hat. 7(Jc for any 1.00 Hat. ' - SV" Great Embroidery Sale ! MASON'S Quart Fruit, Jars, 40c per .Dozen. 50 Pieces Fine Embroidery, Mens Guyot Suspenders, Never sold loss Wide, Medium and Narrow, Choice new Patterns. We've put them ill !J lots, Lot 1, tit ho, worth 7J! to lOu. Lot 'J, at 7 Jo, worth 10c. hot J), at lOo, worth 15n. Como tiiiul fnr tilioloo, tlioy won't IttRt long. than v!5c, at V XOC : 1 MASON'S Half-Gallo- n Scri vens Drawers, 69c '$2.98 Stetson Hats, Ladies Slippers. MlMMl . Fruit Jars, 55c per Dozen, Mens Fancy Shirts. 5J)o 4.(H) BhiMMTH mluewl to... ...?lO0 7o for 75o gruclo. ior $1,00 quality, Zhfe mkmlmmVmLAlm g&- - Sale lo Commence early SATlRDA Y Mommy, July 15, and continue until Saturday iViylit, July 29. THESE PRICES HRE STRICTLY CBSHJI 3N L. P. & W. S. ELLISON, Hickman, Ky. 4 C )IC c r c i cc A Mountain Story -- Sfc. -- -- &- How the 'Possums Came to Old Zeb White. By M. QUAD. (Copyright, .K.)o....Hi..o, M QUAD'S I VEIN OF HUlfe COPYRIOHT, HOME VERSUS HOTEL. Dr. Taimage Speaks of the Bless ing3 of the Former. Out lS.) i IB78. L l-l- C C "Speahiu' 'bout 'possums," Haiti olil Zeb White one aftirnon as we were tramping over tin (umberhind mountains, "but I don't reckon there's no Mtrmlnt like him. I'd been hiiutin 'possums fur ten a cars, and had killed found out 'em by the hundred, befo that u 'possum was a squar' erittcr. I mean that it's his natur' to do the qunr' thing', same as the right sort of 1 nnn." I in any wild animal I had tie or heard of it, and deemed it a curious thing; ami he continued: "Vou see, folks don't set out to study animals, and so thev don't know. Take n b'ar, fur Instance he hain't pot no gratitude about him. One summer's thar!' from the leadin de, ten or twelve years ago, I was hit-ti- "On the trailprocessiondown 'possum-- , of on the shndy side of the cabin, spring was a when a big he b'ar come rollin' down till bound fur the elearin' around the the hill out o the bresh. He'd stepped into A trap which Tom Itarneshad sot in the woods In the spring and forgot nil about. I reckon that b'ar had dragged that trap around fur weeks, and it must hev bin mighty oncotnfort-nblHe stood thar and looked at me, and I sot (liar and looked nt him. It beln' summer time and fur no good, I didn't want nuthin' of that b'ar. He Avan ted suuthin' of me. though. Arter he had looked at me fur about I'm'. miiiits the old woman conies to the n' e. replied that If such a trait existed wild varmints begun to show up in my clcarin'. In one afternoon I saw two deer, three b'ars, two wild cats and I tluiino haw many coons vvoodehucks, squirrels, 'passunn and rabbit. Some of 'em jest flew across the elearin' into the woods beynnil, nnd some hung around and didn't 'pear to f,':,r ,ni' !,s much as the lire Hein" down on b'ars and coons 1 driv 'em nlong as fast as they showed up, and likely I might hev done the same by the 'possums but fur the old woman. We was out west of the cabin, llghtin lire in the bushe. when she suddenly calls out to me: "'Hefo' the Lawd. Zeb White, but I never dun see sich a sight as that over draw breath. Arter a da or two the liAYI.Xl OVICIl Till: MAUlltThere was to be a new pclBttJ,'cr appointed nt (ioldeu Hill, aild Hajor Wellmau was put forward bysit big Jack Mining Company nnd liokil to be sure winner, Uncle Ike WJilt'took the field, however, and then IfjvtMan-didnte- s went nliout with pet ion. Kncli felt that the ten men worki-"'"1- 1' Ked Horse claim would settle tin in.it-twhichever way they went; the major went down to see them ami took along a plug of tobacco nnd i pint bottle of whisky for every maif. Uhru he had worked things up to tpenght print, he said: "Well, boys, you know 1 waht'vhe postmaster of (iolden IU1I, nm) Poke to have you sign tny petition, jl pm Ise to run the office in good shnx' II er fulul Spent In Hotels nnd niand'ritntaaea of Wholraotnr ( llonira ''Anting (nllit- - i l.lf aaeea Hum. (Copyright, 1S, b" Louts Klopach ) to-du- doah and says; "'.eb White, thar's a whoopin big : ' M. A'. ' ! ,' I got a stick and pried open the jaws of the trap, and that b'nr sot thar and licked the hurt for ten minits befo' walkin' off. He 'peared to be mighty pleased, and me'ii the old woman decided that he was the sort of a critter to do us a good turn if it ever come his way. It didn't pan out that way, though." "How did it come out?" "Why, the blamed, ongrateful got all well of his hurt by October, and lie come back one night and carried off the hog from the pen and tipped over my two bee hives. That was the way he repaid me, and I have never helped another b'ar out of a scrape. The very next summer I found one caught in n holler log and starvin' to death nnd whinin fur mercy, but I passed on nnd left him to die. I'm say-i- n that any man who sets out to be squar' with a b'ar will shorely git left." "How is it with cooiis'.,,t I asked. "Wall, a coon is better'na b'ar, but he's not exactly squar'," was the reply. "One sezun it was so hot and dry that nnd he's wantin' you to take it off. 'That's jest what that b'ar did want." baid Zcb to me, "and his actions showed it so plain that I went out to him. The trap had a chain on it about sis feet long, and'l went that nigh to b'ar out thar.' " 'Yes.' "'He's got a steel trap on his foot, the brute. tar-mi- nt "v. ,','VP '"V- - The Ungrateful Varmint the Hop." Carried Off i I n r I nil the co'n around ycre 'bout my field was burned up. I had three acres under the hills where the ground was moist, and that co'n come along nicely. Ho lit the tune the kernels begun to harden m'n the old woman was look-iover the field when we run agin 27 coons in a heap. They was on their way .into the co'n, nnd they was pore and weak. Didn't 'pear to me as if they had had anything to eat in a week. I could hev killed 'cm all with a club, but the'old woman stops me nnd says: " 'Zeb, don't you do It. The fur ain't prime yit, and killin' would be all loss. Let them coons feed up for a month and you'll make money out of It.' "It looked that way to tne arter a bit, and we stood aside and let them coons ' into the co'n. Mo' of 'cm kept eoniiii', until, In three or fo' days, it wasn't no trouble to count a hundred of the varmints. They was too pore and weak to git out o' the way at fust, but purty oon they begun to fatten up, and I jest counted that I'd hev coonskins 'miff to buy me a mewl. That co'n was wutli didn't be50 cents a, bushel, but grudge it to the coons. I was waltiu' and hangiu' on till the fur got prime, and them coons knowed it and played I was goin' to start out me on a Monday nnd begin killin', but .Sunday night the hull drove made off, lenv-Ionly two lame coons behind, and nil I got fiir their pelts was 20 cents apiece. Arter my co'n wns gone not n coon was to be found in the hull county." "Hut you discovered that 'possums had gratitude?" 1 observed, as the old man maintained a sulky silence. "Wall, I was comln' to that," he replied.; "I irekon It wns the next summer'' niter the coons played me Mint trick that the woods all round yere took of us flre.'har was fire on every side think with lb smoke so fur sometimes flint yo could nknsslr n' L low-down. appointed. "doin' to put on utiv sty nor things?" asked the leader of th efti "Xot a bit. I shall always to see any of you." "ml free drinks?" "Well, now and then." "Won't think you nre bctter'ninv noilv else if you git the office?! "Ccrt.iinly not. You'll find tnjut as I am now." I The men were nlmost ready to ign. but thought It would be only) fur to hear what Uncle Ike had to n for himself first. A day or two Inf" he came down to see them, mid vfhrt what the major had dour ami I promised, he said: "Hoys, I didn't bring nuthin" to ink and no terbaeker. I was nfrjii, vou might think I was tryln' to bhv ton As I understand It. Mnjor Wc.auu says he won't put on no peft'slcr style if elected." "That's hie promise.' "And he'll trent the crowd oiw in I nw hile?" I "He says he will." "Could Hct Killed 'Em All With a Club." "Ami he won't feel puffed Sir nor cabin. We Mod thar till the last one nuthin'?" "Xo." J' had parsed, and then we went down to "Wnll. boy, the major Is a good man, find em in tlic mewl shed, lliey was half choked with the smoke, nnd wu and I ain't snyln' a word nglri' Urn. could pick 'em up b, hand. I started in I jest wnnt to put n case t ou. it up at 2".0. The 'Sposen It was a wet, dark fV;ht .' to count 'em, number was fully fo' hundred, and most 'SKien a ou ten fellers wns up .mn of 'em was full grown. I was fur eluit nnd wanted to put In three of four bin' 'cm along, but the old woman felt hours? 'Sposen you was standi: in to pity the varmints and carried 'em front of the postoHlcc, and MnjurVrll-mawas look in' at you? I oiii't twwater by the pailful. Them 'possums was with us till a heavy rain fell and in' he wouldn't step out nnd nk ml drenched out the fire. It wns in tlin to drink with him, but I'm snfin I'd mi.wnin' that they started off. and any go a heap further than that tiiudf. body but a blind man eould hev seen Hoys, you know my reputation jrnd they wns grateful. They went off up these parts. "Of being the biggest liar in" Wer- the same trail, and as they passed i they almost spoke right out and said rltory?" "That's It, nnd right here is kit they'll never forgit the favor. Did you oounts. The major would ' ever hear n 'possum purr?" drink nnd a but I V(row ".No. I never did." "It's like a cat, only more noise to that door wide open, yell out 1- - the it. They went past us purriu' and gang to come in, and when i r:Id vou ry Iwislin' their tails, and the last of 'cm all in your chairs, with n pipe I! looked back and put in a few extra mouth nnd n Jug on the table, I'd Ixijin s purrs nnd twists. I didn't eouut much to lie aluiut bars and wolves and nnd keep It up till even mil's on luck, but the old woman stuck to It that suuthin' good would happen, and h'nr stood up nnd pushed hi lint ijl. it come out ns she said. That fnll thnr It ain't the postotllce you want tolik didn't 'pear to be n coon In all Tenes-see- , out for, but for the lyin', and for Hie nnd the price of 'possum hides bewtiful evenln's you'll pns with the went up to fo'ty cents apiece. Jest biggest kind of n Hnr. Is Mnjor r Hnr? Did any man ever hear about time the fur got prime and I wns goin' to hustle I went out donhs one him He? Could he cook up a b'ar story mnwnin' to sec n big 'possum staudin' to make anybody shlter? Think of these things nnd make no inNtake." .' thar. In nbout n tninit he begun Uncle Ike got the ten name on hli me and twistin' his tall and coaxln' to foller him. 1 sot out, nnd he led me list nnd was duly appointed. to a bit o' woods nbout two miles away OXE OX TIIK CI.KIlK. which had escaped the summer fire, Just nfter the night clerk had come and right thar I got my reward." on nt the hotel and curled his mustache "Kind n big bag of gold?" I asked. "Xo, sah, but next to it. Thnt 'pos- to his liking, his attention wns called to sum colony wns nil thar among the business. "Kerosene lamp for 237," requetted holler trees, and In the eo'se of a month I got 378 pelts and hntl money to live the bell boy, "Kerosene lamp?" echoed the clerk, on fur n hull year. They was waitln' to be killed to show their gratitude, nnd as he whirled the remitter about "Let one of 'em had been sent to show me the me see. Homily and wife, of l'liinker I thought so. Xeterbecn way. It was the biggest 'K)ssum kill vllle, in 237. s hotel before, (in hack in the world, nnd folks In a ever known around yere are still talkin' 'bout It. nnd show them how to use the electric That was 'possum gratitude, sah, nnd light. Wonder they didn't send for a you jest excuse me if I say that be- tullovv candle," mid the clerk took sevtween the gineral run of folks nnd the eral of the eorridor loungers into his ginernl run of 'possums I'll take 'pos confidence. "Lady says if this hotel can't afford sums every time." it lamp to send up a gas stove, and Kaslly Exjilalnril. send it quick," said the bell boy, who Mistress- - Hridget, I told you I wanthad made the round t rip in phenomenal ed all the eggs for breakfast soft, and time. "She nets pretty hot." several were quite hard. "I'retty cohl, shouid think, do back Hridget Sine, mum, they were all in there nnd open the register, show the to bile the same length of time, only lady how to use the water faucet., nnd home of them felt the heat more than how to turn oft the electricity. Thank others. Hrooklyn Life. the Lord she can't blow it out." The next word from 2.17 came with Sheer Vanity. "Why is it thnt u pretty woman Is a rush. It was brought by n Uionof loveliness, dressed In bewitching wtylc, most successful as n lobbyist?" "Well because when a pretty wom- her face Hushed and her blue eyes an talks to a man he somehow gets the throwing off sparks. "Mnke out, our Idea that she wouldn't waste time on bill and receipt it at once," she sah, ns her dainty foot bent time on the marblo him unless he was toll rablv himself."-llrook- lyn tiling. Life. -- but-giv- e n v hand-shak- wll-eat- We'll-ma- n pur-rir- first-clas- 1 good-lookin- g n' "Attend to my order, sir. Include In Father your bill a carriage and nn express ing my daughter, sir? wngon to transfer us nnd Suitor Wh er we were just re- and tell Mr. Homily when our things, he comes in hearsing our amateur theatricals, you that he will find us nt the other house, know. will spend where rest Father Well, you seemed to know senson. weUnderstand, the must of the we go al your lines pretty well. X. Y. .Journal. once. I want to an ton hntrl wlinm It will be possible to warm some millc for Cruel. Cholly I sing only faw my own baby before the little angel starves to amusement, ye know, denth." Mabel And does It really amuse you Then the lounger had fun with the to sen other people suffer? X. Y.Jour-nn- clerk', and the best he could muster wns a sickly grin. What do vou menu, by kissl. I,rtlT IVi-frct- . "lint Mrs. Homily" A llpnutlful One. He Jnggles Did he go to an nrtlst to have his blnek eye painted? Waggles I couldn't say, but there's no doubt the fellow who gave him a black eye wns nn nrtlst. X. Y. World. llrec'.TCit Their Qiilctns. "Has Henpeck nny settled opinions?" "Oh.-ycIlia wife settles them." Puck. s' An Are yon sure I nm the only man you ever really and truly loved? She Perfectly sure. T went over the whole list only yesterday. ft, y, Weekly. "My boy," said a musician to his son, "don't be too sharp nor yet too flat, JuHt be nuturaL" Til-Hits. Ixlrnilnl I'xnnilnnllun, I'TcHlrnt Advice. Home life versus hotel life Is the theme of Dr. Tnlniagc's sermon for the disadvantages of u life spent nt more or less temporary stopping pluccs being sharply contrasted with the blessings thnt are found In thu real home, however humble. The text is Luke 10:31, 33: "And broughv him to an inn nnd took cure of him. And on the morrow when he departed he took out two pence and guvc, them to the host mid said unto him: 'Titke care of him, and whatsoever thou speudeat more when 1 come again 1 will repay thee.' " This is the good I'amaratln paying the hotel bill of a man who had been robbed mid nlmost killed by bandits. The good Samaritan had found the unfortunate ou n lonely, rocky roud.w hero to this very duy depredations are sometimes committed upjii travelers, and had put the injured innn into the saddle, while this merciful and man had walked till they got to the hotel, and the wounded man wan put to bed and cared for. It must have been a very superior hotel in its accommodations, for, though In the country, the landlord was paid nt the rate of what in our country would be four or five dollars a day, u penny being then ft day's wages, nnd the two pennies paid in this case about two ilavs' wages. Moreover, it was one of thoe d landlords who nre wrapped up in the happiness of their gucU, because the good Samaritan leaves the poor wounded fellow to his entire euro, promising that when he cumc that way again he would pay all the bill until the invalid got well. Hotels nnd loardiiig houses are necessities. In very ancient times they were unknown, because the world had comparatively few inhabitants, and those were not much giveu to travel, anil private hospitality met all the wants of sojourners, as when Abrahum rushed out nt Mature to Invite the three men to sit down to u dinner of veal; as when the people were positively commanded to be given to hospitulity; as In many of the places lu the east these ancient customs are practiced Hut wc have now hotels presided over by good landlords, utnl boarding houses presided over by excellent host or hosteaa in nil neighborhoods, tillages nnd cities, and it is our congratulation that those of our laud surpass ull other lands. They rightly become the permanent residence, of many people, aueh na tlmae who arc without families, such as those whose business keeps them migratory, such as those who ought not for various reasons of health or peculiarity of circumstances to take upon them selves the cares of houekceplng. Many n man falling rick in one of these boarding houses or hotels has oeen kindly watched it ml nursed: and by the memory of her own sufferings and losses the lndy nt the head of such a house bus done all that u mother could do for a sick child, and the slumberless eye of (iod sees and appreciates her sacrifices in behalf of the stranger. Among the most marvelous cases of pa tience and Christian fidelity nre many of those who keep boarding houses, enduring without resentment the unreasonable demands of their guests for expensive food and attentions for whioh they nre not willing to pay nn equivalent a lot of cranky men nnd women who nre not worthy to tie the shoe of their queenly caterer. The outrageous way in which boarders sometimes net to their landlords and landladies, shows that these critical guests had bad curly rearing nnd that In the making up of their natures all that constitutes the gcntlcmtin nnd lndy a as left out. Some of the most princely men and some of the most elegant women thnt I know keep hotels nnd boarding of houses. Hut one of the great evils of this day is found In the fact that a large population of our towns and cities are giving up and have given up their homes ami taken apartments, that they may have more freedom from domestic duties utnl more time for soclnl life, and because they like the whirl of publicity better than the quiet and privacy of n residence they can call their own. The lawful use of these hotels and boarding houses Is for most people while they ni e In transitu, but ns a terminus they nie in ninny cases demoralization, utter and complete. That Is the point nt which families Innumerable have begun to disintegrate. There never has been n time when so many families, healthy nnd ubundnntly nble to support nnd direct homes of their own, hnve struck tent and taken permanent abode In these public, establishments. It is nn evil wide ns Chrlsttendom, und by voice nnd through the newspaper press 1 utter warning nnd burning protest nnd ask Almighty God to bless the word, whether in the hearing or reading. In these public cnravaiuaries the demon of gossip Is npt to get full ntviiy. All tho bourders run dully the gantlet of general Inspection how they look when they come down in the morning nnd when they get in nt night, und what they do for u living, nnd who they receive ns guesto In their rooms, and what they wcur nnd what they do not wear, and hovr they cat, and Athat they eat, and how much they cat, and how little they ent. If n mnn proposes In such a place to bo isolated and reticent und alone, they will begin to guess nbout him: Who is he? Where did he come from? How long Is ho going to stay? Has he paid his board ? How much does ha pay? Perhaps he bus committed y, well-to-d- o kind-hearteto-dnto-da- y crime and does not want to bo known. There must La something wrong about hlui, or he would speak. The whole house goes Into the detective business. They must find out about him. They must find out about him right uvvny. If he leaves his door unlocked bv accident he will find thnt his rooms luifn been Inspected, his trunk explored, his letters folded differently fiotn the vny they were folded when he put them nw ay. Who Is he? is the qucs-lioasked with luteuser Interest until the subject has become a motioinaula. The simple fact Is that ho Is nobody In particular, but minds his own business. The best landlords nnd landladies cannot sometimes hinder their (daces from becoming n pandemonium of whisperers, nnd reputations tire torn to tatters, nnd evil suspicions arc aroused, nnd scandals started, anil the parliament of the family Is blow n to atoms by some (luy l'nwkes who was not caught tu time, as was his I'ngtlsh predecessor of gunpowdery reputation. The reason Is that while In private homes families hnvc so much to keep them busy, lu these promiscuous und multitudinous residences there nre so many who have nothing to do, nnd thut nlwavs make mischief. They gather in each other's rooms und spend hours in nbout others. If they had to walk a half mile before they got to the willing ear of some listener to detraction lliey would be out of breath before reaching there and not feel lu full glow of animosity or nlntulcr, or might, because of the distance, not go at all. Hut rooms 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 and '.'J nre ou the same corridor, and when one carrion crow goes "Cnwi Unwi" all the other crow hear It und Mock together over the same carcass. "Oh, I hnve hrnrd something rich! Sit down unit let me tell you nil nlKiut It." And the first guf-fuIncreases the gntherlng, nnd It has to be told nil over again, and as they separate each carries a spark from the altar of Cub to some other circle until, from the coal heaver In the cellar to the maid in the top room of the garret, all nre aware of the defumntion, and that evening nil who leave the housr will bear it to other houses until autumnal tire a sweeping across Illinois prnirira nra less raging and swift than that llamc of consuming reputation blazing across the village or city. Those of ua who were brought up In thu country know that the loned hatching of egg in the huymow required four or five weeks of brooding, but there are nrw modes of hatching by machinery, which takes less time nnd do the work by wholesale. So, while the private home may brood Into life nn occasional falsitv, und take it long time to do It, tunny of the bonrdlug houica anil- - family hotels afford a swifter and more multitudinous at tie of moral Incub'ttlon, nnil one old gossip will get off the nest after oun hour's brooding, clucking n (lock of JO lies nfter her, emit one picking up it little worm of juicy rcKuJcmcnt. It la no advantage to hear too much iiltout your neighbors, for your time will be so much occupied In taking care of their u will huve i.o time to faults that look after your own. And while you nre pulling the chick w red out of their garden, jours will get till overgrown with horse sorrel nnd inulleii stalks. One of the worst damages thnt come from the herding of so mail) people Into boarding houses nnd family hotels is Inflicted upon children. It Is only another way of bringing them up on the commons. While vou hnvc vour own private house vou can, for the most part, control their companionship nnd their whereabout, but by 12 venrs of nge In these public resorts they will have picked up nil the bad things thnt can be furnished by the prurient minds of dozens of people. They will ov erhen r blasphemies and see quarrels nnd get precocious In sin, nnd what the bartender does not tell them tho jMirter oi hostler or bell Iwy will. Hcsldes that, the children will go out lnt this world without the restraining, anchoring, steadying and all controlling memory of n home. From that none of us who have been blessed of such memoiy have escaped It grips n man for hdypnrs, If he lives so long. It pulls him bark from doors Into which he otherwise would liter. It smites him witli contrition in the very midst of his dissipations. As the fish already surrounded by the long wide net swim out (o seii, thinking they can go ns far ns they plense, and with gny tos of silvery scale they defy the sportsman on the beach, and after awhile the fishermen begin to draw In the net hand over hand nnd hand over hand, and It Is n long wiiilc before the captured tins begin to feel the net, nnd then they durt this way and that, hoping to get out, but find themselves approaching the shore nm) nre brought up to the very feet of the captors, so the memory of nn early home sometimes seems to relax and let men out further anil farther from (lod and farther and from shore five years, ten years, 20 ycart, 30 years but Botno day they find nn Irresistible mesh drawing them back, nnd they nre compelled to retreat from their prodigality and wandering, and, though thuy make effort to escape the Impression and try to divcdeepei down In sln.nftvr awhile are brought clear buck and held upon the Hock of Ages. If It be possible, oh, father nnd mother! let your sons nnd daughters go out Into the world under the memory of a good, pure home. About your two or three rooms in n boarding house or n family hotel you can cast no such glorious sanctity. They will think of these public caravansaries ns an early stopping place, malodorous with old victuals, coffees perpetually steaming und meats in everlasting stew or broil, the ulr surcharged with carbonic nchl nnd corridors nlong which drunken bonrders come staggering nt onu o'clock lu the morning, rapping nt the door till the affrighted wife lets them In. Ho not be guilty of the sncrllege or lihtsphcmj of culling such a pla.-- u home. not n w old-fas- h fnr-th- er ties-perat- w nt e A homo. Is four vvnlls Inclosing otiu fnmlly with Identity of Interest and it privacy from outside inspection so com Itself, no onu plete thnt It Is n world entering except by permission bolted nnd burred nud chained ngnlnst nil outside. InqulsltlveucsK. The phrase s often used in law books and legal circles Is mightily suggestive every man house Is his castle. Aa much as though It had drawbridge, portcullis, redoubt, bastion nud nrind turret. Kven the officer of the law may uot enter to servo a writ except the door be voluntarily opened unto him. Ilurglary or the Invasion of it Is n crime so offensive thnt the law clashes Ha Iron Jaws, on nnv one who attempts It. Unless It he necessary to slay for longer or shorter time In family hotel or boarding houseand there nre thousands of Instance in whlcti It Is necessary, as I showed you nt the beginning unless this exceptional enwe, let neither wife nor husband to aueh permanent residence. The probability Is that the wife will have to divide her husband's time with public smoking or reading-rooor with some coquettish spider lu srnrch of unwary files, nnd If you do not entirely lose your husband It will be because he is divinely protected from the disasters thnt whelmed thousands of husbands with ns good Intentions na yours. Neither should the husband without lutHratlvc reason consent to such life utiles he Is sure his wife can withstand the temptation of social dllpa-tio- n vhlch sweeps across such places with the force of the Atlantic ocean when driven by a September equinox. Many wives give up their homes (oi these public residences so thnt thej may give their entire time to operas, theaters, balls, receptions and levees, and they art! In a perpetual whirl, Ilka n whiptop spinning round nnd round and round very prettily, until it loses Its equipoise and shoot off Into a tangent. Hut the difference Is, in one case it Is a top and in the other a soul. Itesldes this there Is nn nsoJduous ac cumulation of little things around the private home, which In the aggrrgnU muke n great attraction, while the denizen of one of these public residence Is apt to any: "What Is the use? I have no place to keep them If I should cutake thrin." Mementos, riosities, quaint chnlr or cozy lounge, upholsteries, pictures nnd a thousand tilings that accrete In a home are discard cd or urglected been use there is no homestead In which to arrange them. And let they are the case In which the pearl of domestic happiness la set. You cun never become as attached to the appointments of a Umriling home or fnmlly hotel ns to those things thnt yon can call your own and nre associated with the different lurinlvcrs of your household or with we lira of thrilling lmMrt In your domestic history. Messed I thnt home lu which for o whole lifetime they have lieen gathering until ever)- - figure In the carpel and every imnel of Mir tMir nnd every esculent of the window hnsn chirograph of its own, shaking out something about father or mother oron or daughter or friend thnt wun with us awhile. What n sacred place It !ccoinrs when one can say: "In that room sueh a one was lsrn; In that ImiI such n one died; lu thut chair I sat on thcnlght heard such u one had rrrelved n great public honor; by thnt stool my child knelt for her lust evening prayer; here I ant to greet my son ns he came buck from sen voyage; that was father's cane; that was mother's rocking chnlr." What n joyful nud pathetic emigres of reminiscences! The public resilience, of hotel and iKiurdlug houso alHillshes the grnce of hospitality. Your guest does not want to count to such n table. Xo one wants to run such n gantlet of acuta and merciless hypercrltlclsm. Unless ton have u home of your ow n you will not lie nblu to exercise the Is.st rewarded of nil th graces. For exercise of tills grace whnt blessing came to the Shuiinuimite In the restoration of her sou to life becnus she entertained l'llsha, nnd to the widow of Xurcphuth In thu perpetunl oil well of the luIraeuloiiH cruse because she fed n hungry prophet, and to In the preservation of her life nt the demolition of Jericho of hit iiitcrtninment of Jacob, und to in his rescue from the destroyed city of his entertainment of the angels, and to Mary and .Martha nud Zucchciii lu spiritual blessing because they entertained Christ, und to J'ubllus In the islund of Melitu In the healing o! Ids father because of the entertainment of Paul, drenched from the ship, wreck, ami of innumerable houses throughout Christendom upon which linve come blessings from generation to generation because their doors swung easily open in thu enlarging, ennobling, Irradiating anil divine grace of hospitality. I do not know what your experience has been, but I hnve hud men and women visiting nt my house who left a benediction on every room In the blessing they naked ntthit table, in thu prayer they offered at tho family altar, In the good ndvlcn they gave tho children, In the gospellzatinn that looked out from every lineament of their countenances, nnd their depar-tur- o wus the sword of bereavement. The queen of Xorwny, Sweden and Denmark had a royal cup of ten curves, or llpi, each one having on It the iiiiina of the distinguished person who had drunk from it. And that cup which wo offer to others In Christian hospitality, though It bo of tho plainest earthen-waris u roynl cup, und (iod can read on ull sides the names of those who hnve tnken from it refreshment, but nil this is Impossible uiiIhks yoj have, n hoinu of your own. It Is the delusion nn to whnt Is necessary for a homo that hinders so many from establishing one. Thirty rooms nre not necessary, nor 20, nor 15, nor ten. nor five, nor three. In the right way plnnt n table, and couch, nnd knife, nnd fork, nnd u ufji, and n chulr, anil you can raise it ymng pnradUc. Jus, start . home on however amnHa s.calt and It wll. grow. . eon-sent brle-a-bruc, 1 Itn-hu- b be-cau- e, $&... A&aJfe'J. A- - "t V ' AsJ. ...' iiflafc - wZvtescrSj, ,ilU- - J f ' W f, m "S" ''f'i.cs'0'Ww J -- r- .i.7Zl fl THE BIG THREE. grn TRUTH COMING TO LIGHT. War. MoKlDlr'a l'lilllppliic roller rumlnir ! HIS BATH NOT A SUCCESS. Delna; In a jHIS LITTLE BUNDLE. t u AtnitiiKt'iiirnl TInYe In (lonilr'y In (he fur 1'ollllcal 1'rullt. trlla uf llie Nleueli Iu llie ,o- - lie. Take jier-mltt- Off Ilarrr III He Forgot Under- - to It W"'It Ailunltlu-of quiet-lookin- J,och In slap iiut d elolliea. i 1 1 Clerk. the Hotel the Vala Fast, safe, superbly equipped and most carefully governed, one need not wonder York at the great popularity of the New facill-tiCentral. No other line affords such e four-track IIotv to Reach Two Famous Ilesorta. An rititlnr Hint from "Outing." ! no iloulit tliul the mlintnls twiiiilng ly tliut tin the hicri'lury of uuruiid llmnec-ritarof the nnty on the in.iUngcim'iit of the wur ultlt Kimln tliut no nrtny nur nunl luro hhuiiiil lo (U'M'loiit'ri hi nilglit u jiopulur fiivuiltu imtl receive u jirehiitcutlnl nomination In UKjo. The ih illrcvtid jiguIiiHt the ituiiiinu'y K idlorh and Kitilont of both political with u ilcw Hint no Uy or land, kiiIiiIiik and uwj.iirnitf ' jioiiiilnrlty with which should AtnirKtiiih crown tlu-iLicome u fur nrt'Mik-ii- t in tn.MeKlnlpy mxtyeur. 'llila clb-ltioI. lit' of pulley Iiuh (irexailed throughout In llii'H' dejturtmentk of the udininU-traliu- n t liy which the of the war were directed. t theeunttnvnetnent of the wnrik-Kii- .lt and the untie; of polltlclnnH by w l.oin hU lnttoM are fearud (mural Mllrn more than they feared iti.oody clie, (lie Muiilurdii Inolndcd. uiiiinnilliijj olllccr of ilionniiy As the If he wins ))fJinltteil to conduct the iu tic field he would be e,ten the .m.U of nil the ietorlifc (rained by our trtKiji. The Anierlean people IniWtii-btreward their mkcc nfnl gunernU w.th presidential uoinluatlonit. .Iu.cl.tou, Taylor and (irnnt were to the j)reideiicy becntuc they wvjc military heroea. Keott nml were nominated for president on their wur record. Kicn llnje who win nmulunted for president, but not elected, though he held the, otlice, limine; been counted In wlkMiporH-d on the few line of hit hUtory tu one of the mob of brigadier iretieral w hone nutncit were on the pay rolU during the eh II war, (liirlleld and .MeKlnley arc clulinri 1o hate won military renown. American are a martial people and rnerati their war heroes. The prcnl-deand liln neerrtnrie appreciated thlv lact when the wnr oieneil and (iencral .MilfH. with n good military record, wnn Uir oltleer of highest nuik iu Hie army. That l the rriuon why no Important etiiiiiuaud, except that of the l'orto Uleo expedition, wan f;icu to (leneral Mile. It in the rriiMin why liU xertlee in l'orto Itleo were cut kliort and belittled, while the campaign on thnt Ulnml, without nerioiu IiIimhUIkiI, win the most mcrcukful and fruitful of the war. It in the rcnMin why he una niknllcd with coutuiurly ami Intuit when he denounced the wnlea of "embalmed lierf" 'or ''" rntloiia of our troop. in destruction n a roldler ituured the of nt leant one probable with MeKlnley for the republican presidential nomination in 1000. Democratic aolilirra were nippreimed iu the uttnn way. It wan fen red the prominence of rotor deuiourat In n n etmpal);n would opponent for MeKlnley at the presidential Fiction. They appear to have feared tlrueral I'lthugh l.cc the mutt. Me wn the bet man on earth to hnxc been placet! Ill military mulch II eoiuuiRiul in Cuba. Hut there wan the poihility of a democratic president In Ue kound of hin name. He wit Kept iu ohMMirc eonimnmlN wan hidden under the higher rank of men in erery way hi Inferior and left to rent out for fear his Inlxint in n prominent wouUl elnthu Mm wlthnn Irrefutable iiopularlty before the people. Other hiMnnccft mlht be cited. The war mi Admiral Schley wm Inspired by npprchrniilona thnt, an the victorious eoiiiiuamler In the prratcut ten fight cilice tnctnl pmf1 were employed In warfare, the people would lmlnt on electing him to the presidency. Dewey would hae Wen "turned down" In the Mimcwa,t had It been jHnmlble, Tliehlft lorj' of the Spanish war In a lilhtory of lowslown K)lltlex on the part of the ndmluUtrntlou, without a jMirallcl in the pokt of thlMornny other country. Chicago Chronicle. iriitlon y ie OtU. flrndualli the public ure biJng to know koinethlng of the truth regarding the situation In the I'hillp-JiliieThe jirehldent In bsick at n and there U no longer an excuse for keeping the peojile In the dark no to the Intention of the administration concerning reeuforeements for den. s. Wash-ingto- ni-- xk-torl- now glicn out that the .10,1)00 H men, which (jcn. Otis Inu repeatedly been ieiresented nR declaring to be sufllelent for the pacification of the Ih sick-iies- r , iiiOM-tiicntr- Philippines, means an "elYccthe" force a of 3o,(,UO, after all deduction!) for nml casualties have been made, (ien. Otis a few days ago placed the percentage of sicklies and disability at 1C per cent., but the administration allowance is now 15 per cent., and It in admitted that this percentage will h Increased as the rainy reason ami that there Is smifll chance for recuperation In typhoid cases as long iih the patient remains In the pro-grcsucI'hll-lipplm-- cum-jmMt- y Wnuli-tii;tot- i, Mo-tlell- nt 11 re coin-letit- or The work of recruiting and nemllng forward reenforccmenta is to be vigorously pushed, although, It is explained, there will be no presxlug need for a large enforcement until the clobc of the rainy season mnkca nctlve campaigning again practicable. This explanation doea not tally with previous administration statement!! tliut campaigning is to be carried on actively all through the ruluy season, the American soldiers being as well uble to tight under Its conditions as nre the Filipinos. Why not take the public Into confidence and tell the exact truth concerning the situation around Manl.'a? If there Is nothing unpleasant to reveal why the rigid censorship of all dispatches from there? If It Is necessary to send out a large army to maintain the "Mnerelgnty" of the United Ktntea, lot the people of the United States know-I- t that the army nmy be, raised nml sent without delay. It Is nearly live months now since (Sen. Otis "dlnpersed" the Filipino army and many week since the negothitlona for Its "surrender." and yet the war I going on and the greater part of the territory by the general' forces has been abandoned to tho insurgents for lack of troops to retain possession. There Is n mystery nbout all till which the people cannot understand. If It In necessary to have a much larger fore to elTcet the object which the government has undertaken, the sooner the fact Is admitted and the Increased force dispatched the better. Hie ostrich policy of concealment U n poor one. Cleveland Plain Denier. oap-turcd POINTED Smi PARAGRAPHS. nito-rcMif-nt p dan-grro- u kI-llo- n Mrrr llluiT. "We are Kolnp to lllit the truntsl" baa been xhoutcd u time or two. The Ohio republicans put It In their platform, although Ilanna explained that " they did It "under u wine of tmrellcvtlvely and Iinpulidcly, na It were. Since then thetie republican trunt ll;li(cr lime henrd from the Miurren from 'which they olilnin their dnewH of war and been warned to "o nlow." Thp- trukts have pa sued the word to llnntul. Ilnnua hnneommunl-oted It to MeKlnley nml MeKlnley iu turn linn let It be known to the Washington eorrexpondcntii of his newnpa-ju- t mouthplecca. The trials are to be fought but In u I'lekwJeklun hcnse. They are not to be atrniif;led by the The worthy ones party. Hiieh, for lnHtanc, ih the Standard Oil, f which llnniin lately expressed high limine, and u few hundred more or lesn are to be let nlone, because It will be found by looking through the of the republican Insider, that thene lire "reaontible coinblnntlonH of capital to enable American Industries to compete with IndtiHtiie.it abroad." .St. LoiiIh Itepuhlle. A excite-mentn spec-lade- n The people are growing ly wearv of the president's uncertain IMilllppfno policy or certain lack of poller iu thlx matter, nml n wnr none too popular, Ib becoming 1ck and lest popular iih It dnigH along. The unpopularity of the wnr In the Philippines, mint present conducted, Ih the presldent'i own unpopularity, and it behooves him to bring nbout n cllnmx In that conlllet that shall be creditable to the country or his ndmlnlHtration will soon be lookctl tipon iih a failure. MlnnenjiollH Tribune, Tim republican organs nre still linnglng like grim death to the old lie ubout trusts In free trnde Knghuid. Jt In their only hope to snve tlielr syBletn of bountlcH to the special Interest. tSIou? City Tribune. woeful- wenry la Alger . of denying false resignation rumors that latterly to the mill keg, nml he simply lets it goat that. Albany Argus. . About all that ran be snld of the trensnry showing nt the end of the IIwmI year Is that it Is not quite so bad ns It might liiivo been. Cincinnati inquirer. The ofUce lioy for the trusts has let out the faet that the octopu simply winked the other eye when It heard that Alger was to fight It out. Chicago llecord (Ind.). if the president expects the people to have confidence In his ndmiula-trHtlohe ouyht to have enough confidence in the jteople to let them know the truth. Kansas City Times. Of course. Secretary Alirer can not see any necessity for his retiring from the cabinet. Ills past course shows that he would foci nil right In tho cabinet If he had the smallpox. Sentinel. The renomlnatlon of Mr. Ilobnrt for vice president depends on how well the mnnagers hae the ease of Mr. MeKlnley In hand. If the renomlnatlon of the president comes easy, It will be easy to carry Mr. Ilobart along; but If some of the stntcs have to be conciliated, look out for trouble. Cincinnati Knqulrer. The republican organization Is now the most perfect polltlcnl machine ever constructed In this country for purposes. It Is nml splendidly equipped. So well no closely knit Is It, that It even doea not now require, the trained and expert Laud of n conscienceless nnd powerful llnnnn to run It. It can run Itself. In fact, nt this very moment It is in nctlie operation, even though Hh mighty head Is 3,000 miles away in Washington Times. Uelying on the tariff duty for protection, the tin plate trust has made exclusive crntracts with the mauufae-turcrso- f black plates (used for tinning) in order to break down all opposition from Independent competitors who do not manufacture black pin tea for themselves. Hnvlng monopolized the business, the trust now feels Itself in u position to dial as It may choose with Its workmen. Though the prices of tin plate have been nearly doubled, when the workers ask for Increased pay the door of the factories are shut In their faces, nml they are told to go hang! Philadelphia Iteeord. Ohio will be the great battle ground. The republican "IiiBurgenfb are its numerous, as active mm there ns iu Pennsylvania, and ns obnoxious as Is Quay to tho llnnnn better class of citizens. The "big boss" has demonstrated that he owns tho s party, and those who believe that the honor of ii,,. uiute nml the nation demands his efTaccment are ready to support tho democratic ticket ns tne oniy means io that end. TJit prospect Is u most promising one for the Ohio democracy, nnd it .,....! T.r.i be KurorislnfT If renubllcnn defent In the president's own state is a result of the coming camiaigu.v.-cor(If. H.) People nnd Patriot. n lndl-nnapol- smooth-shaveA man, with It seems licr husband hud been ..out very l.ll. n..lnllll.(.ii. A wl up l.A iuihc iiuuiit ... t...w a straw Mt punud back from his foiehead, uuu Ha ijc An...& l . it. I, itv roe Hush of the innming he thought be-it registered Irom aa adjoining parish at the Urunewa'd one evening ami hud a package would be a capital iden to take n bnth 'I he package was fore RcttlnR into bed. First of all and most on the counter, about Important it would contradict any wrong the ie of an unabridged dictionary and vvk'e was wrapped up in an old newspaper that impression as to his condition, ns hit sometimes iiaa wrong impressions wncn ne bore theofstauu of travel. It was ued with white cotton string. "1 wish you hud been out Isle at night. Women are so a piece would tale care of this little bundle for me suspicious. SuuJ the strar.gir. "All tight, So he went boldly to the bathroom and overnight, was soon stilasldiiu around as cavlv as a sir," repiicU tin clerk, and, reaching for the receipt nook, proceeded to fill out a blank. canary. In fact, lie created such an commotion that his wife woke up "What stthe a,ueV' he asked, niecLameal-)y- . "Sifty live thousand dollais," and went to sec what was the matter. the siuuoth fhavtn man in an Suddenly lie raw her uazint; through the time 'What'-- ' gasped the clerk, door with a look so cold and contempt uous that it truck a chill to his very his pen averted n midair and Ins eyes as Hut he made a dive far the soap round as cart v.ntels. "Sixty-fivheart. thousand," repeated the gunt, "and, by the way, 1 nud went on industriously with his ablu guess I II just nn up that wrapping. It tions. "What ore you doina there. Peter?" -- lie teems about to fall off." He opened the p.iwr and disclosed a rectasked him. He nude the eflort of his life to appear angular bloek f jo )kl, packed as tight a tardinif. iheje were ne.vrly all well worn, debonair and perfectly sober. "Can't you see what I am doing, my dear?" but ncvcrtlitliM the grimy mass lookid heanswered, with another prodigious splash. strongly tempt. rj. Iu tremendous poten"I'm taking a bath." tiality droie a spur into the imagination of "Don't oti think it would be a eood ilea the dullest ihjp m the corridor, and everyfor vou to take oil your underclothes?" she body began t tell what he would do if he nkt(l mm, with a frozen rciieciion, as tne were nh- - Meanwhile the smooth-shavepatted out of sight. Chicago Inter Ocean. man readjusted the ccver, secured it with wax, pocketed his uceipt and walked oil. A NlnrllliiK .Vnnvtrr. He was a country banker bringing a deposit to his local correspondent. N. O. A Latin profemor was explaining the derivation of our word "ostracise" to his clam in a local academy the other dav. lie told Could Hrniriiilier Some Tlilnic. the story of the early IComnn republics and TrareJIng Miwionary And how many the scheming of the politicians of the limes, lie related now, when any man in childrra have you, Mr. Hurdock: Hutdock (doubtfully) Farmer Well, the republic became obnoxious to hu neighbor, they used to write his name on an now, I dunno. There's Dick or.d John and oyster shell (Uitin ostreum, shell), and on Kate wife, how many children are there the lecc-in- t of a specified number by the around here? consuU that man was banished, killed or His Wife Nine; five boys and four girls. Traveling Misionary A fine family and otherwise lemovcd in some one of those iiIi'Aant wuys the old Koinans had. When a fine farm, Mr Hurdock. You keep stock, lie had finished his explanation he said: I presume! yes; I've got 173 "Now, the boy here in the front seat, Farmer Hurdock-- Oh. what did we derive from the old Latin use head of Jersey cattle, fiS9 sheep and 91 hogs. of the shell, which was called ostreum?" -- N. Y. WorUL The answer he expected was far from what he got, for the little student with Curluaa Custom. spectacles iu the front seut arose and de- In China it is the custom for guest at dinuvereu nimseil muss ner! to nin around between the courses. This "From the Human habit of using shell supjiotcd to keep tke diner's digestion in to gel the lett of people we derive the is condition, but the nervous hustling present Coney Island shell came, which is good American nerds something else, and there is a faeinuting and costly sjiort." Urooklyn nothing better than Hosteller's Stomach j ime. Hitters. If a man or woman is suffering m m with eonrtipation. indigestion or any stomKrrosfalieit Ills Uvva Tnttlrelulb. ach trouble, it's their fault if they don't get The head of one of the largest dry good well. Hosteller's Stomach will cure hotter, in Chicago noticed one day recently them. See that a private Hitter Revenue Stamp in pasting through his linen department a cover the beck of the bottle. particularly beautiful table cloth. He stoieU to admin' the texture of the linen Against Slang. and remarked to the clerk in eharee of the "This slartr is very annoying," ald the counter that the cloth seemed to him the hainboinest they had ever had in stock. solemn gentleman. "Vou remember that Next day he noticed that the beautiful time my houie was entered by a burglar? cloth was not in the show case and was Well, 1 yelled 'robliers' with all my might, told by the clerk that it had been sold. On and the people thought I was yelling 'rubthe evening of the same day he dind at ber' and refused to pay any attention." the house of a friend, who 'is prominent in Indianapolis Journal. social affairs. Passing through the linen dciartmrnt on the thin! morning he saw Ijidln Can Wear Sthors the tdend.d taWecloth again hanging in Ono sum smaller after using Allen's Foot-Ea.sthe show ease. "I thought that cloth was A powder for tho feet, ltmnkcs tight sold," he said to the clerk. "It was, sir, or now shoes easy. Cures swollen, hot. but it waa returned tin morning as not swcatlcg. uchlag feet. Ingrowing ualls. corns satufactory." "I am surprised at that," and bunlor.s. At nil drugeists nnd shoe was the answer, "for I dined off that cloth siores.J3C inai pocKairo Mie.t; ov man. last mit and hc.inl no fail, I fouud with it." Address Allen 8. Olmsted, Lo Hoy, N. Y. Detroit Free Picks. N.A " .iioking Into. Willlcnoy "Pa, Thr Our Kxceptloii. whalB mxed metaphor?" Pa" It's a ne w Hi To hear you tell it. one would think one ouK . I'll ask my lartemler when 1 go 1 Mver told a singlr tnitli before we wen dovfjtH n ," Philadelphia North Ameri- msrned. can. m t. She Well, you did prevaricate to a Cure Cold la One Ilnr but I'll give you credit for hav-uiToko watlvo llromo Quiniuo Tablets. All me tne truth once. told druggnmtvfundiiiouay If it falls to cure. 'Zc. 'Indeed! And when was that, pray?"' "When you proposed. Don't jou icmem-he- r he T'm sure I've cast my bread on the ou said you were unworthy of uiel" Chicago live I u tig News. water nny a time, and I don't see any results." le "No; 1 guess your bread would CoriipnrliiK Notes. sink, dar." Yonkcrs Statcsmtn. "My husband," mid the little lady, with pardonable pridf, "bought me a season scat She 1 wouldn't iii.trii you if you were 111 the highest nneed theater iu. the city." the last man on earth," lie "You wouldn't "A mere trille," sighed the impoMiig call- get a i nice. I'd surely have my pick then, ' er. "My husband lsjught a mt in the lhi.Jj!lita Hullctin. United States senate and it cost more than the whole theater jou're talking about." Detroit Free Pics. , Tunes-Democra- t. f e, r for through travel between the East and systhe West as this wonderful tem. In the possession of the Grand Central Station, located in the heart of New York City, and within trilling distances of all firntrlass hotels, this railway offers greater advantages than competing lines, fcpnng, summer, autumn and winter, it has attractions inesistible. The great Northern Wilderness the playground of the State, now beckons it thousand. As autumn falls. America's scenic masterpiece, Niagara, will claim its annual host of with it majestic power, the fierce turmoil of the Whirlpool and all the picturesque surroundings, the awesome Cave of the Winds and several other minor attractions of the vicinity. And when winter comes, then the entire scene transformed to what seems u fairyland of marvelous frost dressings, of icy fortJ and snowy palaces; of gleaming crystal prison barriers vainly striving to bind the roaring, foaming plunge of water will present q spectacle of weird, mysterious beauty which is not duplicated in the world. Outing. d pil-gn- Perhaps sleepless nights caused It, or grief, or sickness, or perhaps it va3care. No matter wnat the cause, you cannot wish to look old ct thirty. Gray hair Is starved hair. The hair bulbs have been deprived f. proper food or proper nerve force. How Is this? arc the barker for the show? Indianapolis Journal. IJarncs Tormcr He who entertains the fickle public, sir, leads a dog's life. Stranger You don't mean to tell nic you Inference. University of .Notre Dame. We call attention of our readers to the advertisement of Notre Dame University, Notre Dame, Indiana, one of the great cdu cational institutions of the West, which appear in another column of this paper. Those of our readers who may have occasion to look up a college for their sons during the coming year would do well to correspond with the President who will send them a catalogue free of charge, as well as all regarding terms, course of studies, etc. There is a thorough preparatory school in mneetion with the University in which students of all grades will have every opportunity of prepanng themselves for higher studies, llie Commercial Course intended for young men preparing for business may be finished iu one or two year according to the ability of the student. St. Edward' hall, for boys under thirteen, is an unique department of the institution. The higher courses are thorough in every respect and students will find every opportunity of perfecting themselves in any line of work they Thoroughness in may choose to select. , exactness in the care of students, and devotion to the best interests of all, are the distinguishing characteristics of Notre Dame University. Fifty-fivyears of active work in the cause of education have made this institution famous all over the country. par-tifulaclass-worke Vigor Increases the circulation in the scalp, gives more power to the nerves, supplies missing elements to the hair bulbs. Used according to directions, gray hair begins to show color in a few days. Soon it has all the softness and richness of youth and the color of early life returns. Would you like our book on the Hair? We will gladly send it to you. WrKmmml benefits you expected from the Vigor, write tho doctor about it. He may be able to suggest something of value to you. Address, ur. j. v,. Aycr Co., Lowell, Mass. If you do not obtain all the She Carried Him Off. Iluntley Funny thing, that elopement ol Miss Longwaite and young Snipper. Author Elopement? That was an abduction! Philadelphia North American. TWSImBk The Ttest Prescription for Chills. nnC Fever is a bottle of Gkovx's Tasteless Cniix Toxic. It is simply iron and qulnino in u tasteless form. No cure in iim.il m - no pay. Price,00c A Michigan man has been telling "How to ' Enjov Country Life." It's easy. Let the I other fellows owe the amount of the mort- - j gages. Augusta (Ga.) Herald. -! Don't forget if you use Putnam Fadeless Dyes you don't have to send for a package for wool and one for cotton. Each package colors all fibers. The only people who have any excuse for having the big head are thoe who have never had it. N. Y. Journal. ( J Oklahoma I Offers Opulent I I Opportunities 1 s I Piso8 Cure cured me of a Throat and Lung trouble of three years' standing. E. ; :S Cady, Huntington, lnd.. Nov. 13, 1SJM. IS ! A fellow with a nice string of game very :5 rarely comes into town by a back alley. 2 Washington (la ) Democrat. ;S r s - To thoc who desire new land and homes; nlno unurpnvl chances forlndutrlal investments bycaui- tnlista ami innnufactiirers. Its Farm Products in im include 25,000,000 busliels of vhcat, K0.COO talcs of cotton, and milliotisot dol- lar worth of other grainsf ruitn.rtc tnu lor iree copy 01 jinminnci entitled "The Truth About Okla- homa." At staled timet low rate Homeseekers' Excursion ticket are sold via Santa l'e Route to Oklahoma. gl ; g: 5j 5- jt g - 3; gj S; Bj " s AiidreUenerairacni;crO(ne, S; I Unit's Cntnrrli Cure 1 I a Constitutional Cure. Price, 75c. ;5 ho Atchison, Topctn & Santa f e Railway, cmcAuo. g: "o employer is doing the right thing by hts employe, accuiiiing to the employe frwnd'. Atchison (Sioue. No man should be hopeless so long as he has tun good, honest friends his hands. -- L. A. W. bulletin. WHB&KERS BYED A Natural Black by ucliMi Price M ccnU i's Dy i - ls It is surprising how many worthless men pet into good twMtions, but they rarely ever hold them. Washington ( In.) Democrat. Some For Infants and Children ot all drorelnu nr It. V. IbU & Co., Nashua, N.U. In fuhcrs never fcc tlmir daughters tins on pay day. Atchitou (JloW THE MARKETS. Cincinnati. July eommonf , ex-ci- o 5" 11. Signatuniyral MVr.STOCK-Catf- e. Select butchers CAI.Vi:! ralrloiriKMlllttil IHXIN foar.o nrnt heavy Mixed p.ickii M if lit MiIpihts liKAIN RllK.l'.fI.AMII' IMAlUlt - 3 X b St 4 Id 0 6J 3 3. 3 IM 3 OJ I tl i& ft ft (it. ft. irfMflfa J) JfQi'&SA Use For EDUCATIONAL. . 6 7 (u. 3 iu 3 IU SI T.I j Over Thirty Years !A33lsk. .sJkZgf&i ..'- The Kind You Have Always Bought TT MUHRAV Clinleo Minnt: YVlnicr nl halr-trlgger- I'urn-N- NuSreil u. Oats-No.:. l.e.t S No.'.' red.,... stent. .. . 5 T5 3 4U Ul t0 4X I tf P5 TMC CINTAUM COMPANY, Tn,HIWTOR CITfft 45 W TU d, mixed 75 & p 3 Ti IW HUMJ THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME, NOTRB DAMB, INDIANA. Classics, Letters, Economics and History, Journalism, Art, Science, Pharmacy, Law, Civil. .Mechanical and Electrical Lncinecrlne, Architecture. Ihoroush Preparatory and Commercial Courses. Ecclesiastical ktudents at special rates. Room Tree. Junior or Senior Year, Collcj;late Conrws. Rooms to Rent, moderate charge. St. Udward's hall, for boys under 13. The 56th Yearwlllopcn September jtli,iR09. Catalogues Tree. Address RUV. A. MORRISSUY, C. S. C, President. ltje-N- o.2 n (A d 3d choice. IJ Mum porll... . PKOVISION' l.artl UU'iTKIt Cholas iimry Prime to choice, oreiimerr.. Al'l'l.r- - Choles to fancy.. .. 2 t POTAtOI.' New. jiur hrf CHICAGO. HAY-Prlnmlo nil M l ta CJ IO 2i It it W b 10 KS C5 ft O 3) 3 1 SUCCESSFUL SHOOTERS SHOOT to N 75 Ku-rop- e. 1'I.OntVVlnlcr patent 2 reil .... UKAIN Win at-N.. JCIiteagusprluir COhN No. .' DAT No.'. No. 3 WINCHESTER Rifles, Rcpcatinp; Shotguns, Ammunition and Loaded Shotgun Shells. Winchester guns and C I'UKIC I.AK1) Steam NBYV YOItK. No. 3 red No. !.' mixed lrr Muss. 6 8(5 is U5 & H 7:'ui 7uVi'it .W6 "I)5i& 3 75 ft 'St 8 70 LTH 10 ft 7JS '84'. KLOUK-Wln- IIYI- Jt)AT Mixed I'OltK Now mcn LAKU-Wcbt- crn COHN Will: AT- - patent 3 85 i& (a. 0 00 (t 7lS 40, 9 '.'5 I ammunition are the standard of the world, but they do not cost any more than poorer makes. All reliable dealers sell Winchester goods. ft fj HAIn.MOKE. PI.OUU- - Family UHA1N Whc.it No. U'rcil 3 35 711 3M ! 65W fO a 3 74', cT U FREE : Send name and address on a postal for 156 page Illustrated CataloRue describing all the guns and ammunition made by tho WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., !80 WINCHESTER AVE., NEW HAVEN, CONK, Major 11. Y. HVATl'. Kull Commercial (Vturto A. M.. 1'rluclpjl, WICbT M.'UANON, N. II. NEW HAMPSH3RE MJLITARY ACADEW1Y Prepares for flovciuincnt Aeiidemlen and follpires. A. N. K.- -E 1769 ut .southern xril (ft tVUKX WIIITIXO TO AI1VEUTIHF.K! Iitea.u stiito that yon inr the AUveilUc-nicIu this pucr. 7.mJ ("orii-.MI- I white Itye No 5 western CATTI.K FIlHl quality , HOati Western INDIAN ATOMS. aitAIN - Wheat. No. S red TornNo.3m!xeil Oats No. S mixed I.OUISVII.I.K. ri.OUIt Winter p.Uent Wheut No 2 red... . UltAIN Oats-Ni- i.S di :. 4 4 4 4 30 60 tt & 45 49 (6 h'U W 3iH Aids Digestion, f5 71 33'j '.7 4 rfv QzW -f- . i--- Ifc F r 3 75 i,a O.ils Mixed I'OKK Mens LAUU-blvam lorn Mixed .. , , U da t85U 00 70 30 J8 & Unotkept bydmccitimaU25cenUtoC. W.cs3BC5r PtJZAm M " m wm eethinA TPFTUINR Regulates tne Bowels. waxes 'leaning Easy, TEETHINA Relies tho Bowel Troubles of vniairen 01 Any m itLininu POWnPRf! repub-llciin- 6 75 J. MOFFETT, M. D., ST. LOUIS, MO. KjiDV To cure, or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try it? Price SOc. a iV'm . qMfci aHaimrx wtvtmnrm tmjmmmHktim00i 1'llG.VUHER SMITH LOCAL NEWS. No niarriuiT' llrHuw KUtaui wan puTiHK town t Says llic Negroes Will Xol Vole for , Tti)Ior, mill i'i ' Mortimer C. liankin, Oliitlritati v. f.r wheat of thu Populist Nittioiuil Ooiunit yesterday. Predicts the Defeat of (be Republican It T Donglina hn ivtrrn.ii loui lee, was intervieweil ono dnyjlist Ticket by 70,000 Votes. In has 1wii f - vernl week at Terre Haute Ind., fire Memphis, v lw-- r ihi- - week. i: M v. usudi jaoak ourd.f of t. uicicfuaa. -- JC3L JCLx JLj JLVJL SplmiilM Selection V n i tU, h '? r i t It. ' i ll? Tho IioniBvillo Times bujh ilml I.eitford ami hiMrcn, i Key. 3. 13. Smltli, of Owounboro, who have hwu initlnjr pan-wthe piwt weok. nturm.l n ono of tho moat prominent ay ivn grooa in tho State, wan in LouiN snxv nii'i:i:i.vi,s. aunur villo Bevernl dai'S last ieek In the ami tin new KeruhiHt Tie .it Mr. C!nn Wntioti hotiKlit tin interest of tho Samaritan onler, farm, near Hirkmnu. pnl which ho'is the head. Ho takes of . ile H II Kpeiht bomrht th nn active interest in Republican land, pne' Buckeye Binders and Mowers, Eay Rakes, Forks, &c politics. He is President of tho The corn ir. in rhta siviiou n ilk l.rur a half -rSy-Call and look at ui liupleineiitR liefore buying. xjjb State Lenguo of Colored Itupuh conniKiiiK With cnj). roiidiliwi. leld are a short corn was a delegate from the ami encuiirnpuiK lioaua, not to the last National State M It. r. T1I.1.II. Vrtn I. ('. . IIOHOMIIl, . l'rM t. JOHNSON, k. llT. iinv.p. Republican Convention and was noSTIUM now Some aire htindpu eh object a member of tho advisory board 1)1 W)V of tho State in tho last presiden' r Mr C. M Adam, tho U W; tial election. He is opposed to Kited Tiptonville. (I.tynno. Car titer, up in its iioivs Iml it whh InTjfil 1, py 1 QV T tho nomination of Attorney Gen i, is n WCAiA LAvP j pom down (In- rior, that every one would be brtinlit anil other ; for Minimr to ono course lielote the CJoiQ eral W. S. Taylor for Governor, this week, M3 H and to a Times reporter ho talked so V 1 m In 3 as 9 eye tented nt the Old tion met. JF Uetyonr freely Kelnililo free, on Johiiwn'Upthtlrimter (StePor to Wm. IHtwitlbrtnk ) Ho said: 'In tho first place it the hnest in town. The (ioeliel Hill. is the height of folly to nominate N.i,a iw If hi M)d is thicker than water there 1'ooplo who denounce thu G "" a man who cannot receive the surely oughtn't to be any of it suit in election Ihw are gotifm v M'ttft.I 4M I MM MUD ritOI 1 I v ilO.OOO. (Impute over the bel votes of his party. More than SO the misled in their knowledge t boundary line per cent, of tho negroes of this Alaska Ye offer the mont MImtiiI Acfoiniiiodiitrori- Soliuitfl your Iiiihjiichh. State aro opposed to Tailor's Te.us people tre tlieuiiaelre gmti what the new law roally is, Itfc to our CuHtuineiH ConnlHtent with KkIiiIiUhIiciI t . lliu friiHllI l,i r..i in. nf nl r Uiuwl untTnrvro w it li ply oonsisth of a Stale Boiinui '! iintnlniitlnn Hiiiikini: rritinlplcM Hut the dtawterj whoso duties are purely uilulf'-Ho has opposed splendid ehip to onr race. w ileprva.l that help from the out-- j ml, to take Us the place of thei the oppointtnont of negroes to Mile Is WMtetullv welcomed UiaKMASi, KmWUGKV. t board, which wn. coiuiiosm office, und he was opposed to U.T.TYIi!S, O. A. HOIiCOMUi:. .1. NAYI.OK, W. II. llAlFKISIt muoo we heard three -- the Govrr r It has not been loner sending a negro ai a delegate from .i. y. GONYnihL. w. h. McrureiiKN. m. ij. shaw. on. At'ornev General and Seurit.rj deal of woman to tlin Iuhi Rn - ll the hb in the mMw of rtnHH lmt of State. The powers of thuiM publican National Convention, the ,m. jn,t now seem to be crowding &r KllBlfi DKIilVKKY. -- a and then his association with the women pretty hard in the uiit(-- of board aro not a whit greatorj m i)i-.- . Judcre Ouffv. who decided in fa some urticles Tlio latest thlnss ont are the old board. Three men off f Telephone Store No. 1)1; Reslike idence, No. JM5. vor of a separate coach law in shirts that look mores wearthey iun' in- - torcnt political parties perfr-ii- i .MT. ri III, Its lit Till I l.l.t.MM Ti:n than man s. tuo sumo functions for each com (tended for woman TCr,tnnbv in nmiiunt him They are full in the Uom, lx,k like ty aud k,wa havo besides thu eleqt n "Mr. Tajrlor can not bo oleoted Luk, and are in pink, blue mid fancy ofllcers who must be of diffiiMi people. Koman stripes. without .the vote of my ... .. n l mUmttnnt r . rw ric miuey mtHi i x hooui vo vuv oie." -- Cnrnth. iville Democrat : bhermnn puiiuuai panics a recuu hoc "Do you think the liepuhlicaus Polpnive and a companion armed hero snred under thu old law. lim have any hope of currying the from Fulton Co Ivy , on the LiIm rty dersou Journal. last Wednesday to haul lojrs They laid State this fall?" Democracy has more at Rta' been Well, yes, if the leaders will were up nearly all Tuesday nijrht and the sleepy. Atter stop ani listen to the voice of boat they climbed on a pjettiiiK off Lee in Kentucky than over bef e, at tho says the Brandenburg r, reason. It will bo political sui- Line liarf and Pol(,'ro e went to anil will have to light against o ' 1m) hi- fell as cide to nominate a man that all and fell off Ho struck n factions can't support. The ne- and was carried into the warehotw hhiI far greater than in 1S!).j. when t The groes in Kentucky honor Goy. died in a fewin minutes cemeteryrm.tius Republicans carried tho Sie.' were burled the city Tliis year tho Republicans! 13 rad ley, they believe he has been have both the National and St 'e their friend and they will uot sup. VVlit'iit Wauled. administrations on their pile, port any man who has fought his whereas in 1S93 both wore oi uv administration. The bosses had Hoeii fc just as well hear the cry of oppo- are in tho Kverol aunounce that they sido of the Democrats, though market to buy wheat, and Administration did at sition now as to hear it at the will pay tho highest market price, in render any assistance to the ut polls." any quautity, imall or large lots. in Kentucky. Wo can win i ' re "Whom do you think would IIoK.v A: L'vkumm.. aro united if wo are divided ire1 command the support of tho newill lose, and no mistako abojku. groes!" DKl'UUT THE DAKKIES. The BEST OFFER Ever Made by a Newspaper! Now is the time to get togee' "Judge Pratt, of Western Ken nnd stay together until wo JTn . tuoky." Savannah (Ga.) News l.KOK lA(tW KVKItV He admitted, furthermore, that M. C. Butler, of tho rascals sut. WBKK KOR O.N'LY fully 500 Republicans in DavioBs South Carolina, inn speech deliver, county will vote against Taylor if Farmers Free Column Tkr Mai.kljr lUfwWi. Wi wrfl , new,iper iinnuJ la Mie lie is nominated, and that he would ed at Giiffney, in that State, on llo--rtkand Th ItvpHblle Ih elckl wirlII, aiin'n r.lH be beaten by 70,000 In the State. Wednesday lust, discussed among Under this heading will In r. I'lerJ. r fr Si 60 MM M wtiia n Hi Not a Bradley Republican In tho other tilings, the race pro'ilem. published not ieea not bux A ? 1MT w Th KtpuKii noe ih un I b htmt joomal of State, ho said, would vote for He said that it was impossible for each, from farmers , who ar k"--u'ar ro ovry wtV, I pa(r ( fun. I bt( alM, IH Urge m , ers, who have horse-,- mnli-HpK4of lh bciliti a,l b.i rt i4iaf priminl li oMialan inern Taylor. two races, one superior to tho ducts, seed, ice, for sale, fn- nf iar o ptiar4 ! irtMn thtu wr r 4iimpiJ In any oilier publtaatinii. Mare aifiil irriwrn ah ariUit MHinbaie to Thu ltnpabH Mag line lht l other, and tho races having equal Gocbcl Used Xo Liquor. A licensed bull st Win !$ k irio's uhj olhr Wi.ra piblinia " civil and political rights, to live Inquire Th MtKMla will b tall oat r In nmiMtlin with th eHtNfeklj ll The editor or tho Ewing En. together In peace and harmony Hhlla, bnt I. mtlii iparaily k. Tor Snip. quirer hna this to say about Sena ' under the same government. This AWr4 all anlaM t tor Ooebel: "We desire to make is the position which the Morning Threo good mulen, woa and fnrm Tin-- : si. i k, .no. a statement injustice to the man News hns occupied for a long ing implumtMits Apply to Aiex Kiot. who has been so bitterly opposed time. If ll is tho correct one then by a a few ministers in this coun t li c negro must oitlier emigrate or .MILCH H)N.N I'OIC SVl.r. ty. At tho headquarters of Wm give up some of his civil ami po for Three Goebel at the Gait Honee Hi ,., privileges. The pr.j.ulico ply to goxl milch tows r I. d ApLouisvile during the ate dis thp neBro ,)oe8 ll0l (!o. (jiauuiui meeting of the btnte crease with lime. On the contia DR. W. If. BRIGHT, there was not a case, bottle, keg ry. it appears to grow httouger. or barrel of whlBKey, brandy or It in not very apparent where the PHYSICIAN. beer in his rooms, nor was there negroes do not cnnvd the whites, a drunken man in his delegation but even there it is vorj apparent from Kenton county, while there among the lahnriiit! cIiihh. In tho Ofllce over Wilwai liMik m ri, Xv was an exhaustible quantity, what North the uegioes are tdiui out of 19"" i ) f iv u Hok'omlx' Buil.hug was termed by those who used it the labor unions. But the pres"the best" In all the rest of the ume of the negroes there for HICKMAN, E3NTU0Kr' headquarters we visited. We do roo ti is not felt like n is in thu not say this to injure another, nor South. In this o'ly for intnucc, as a slur at the party for the He l In negtnes have crowded tho publican conventions are as dis- whites off the wharves and they Blacksmith and Undertaker graceful, but we speak of it to re- aro doing the Mime thii g m .' w mind those who should bo moral OrleaiiN. We mention on I. thodo teachers that they must not too two iiiftuiiiieN, but the Mime th ug iriCKMAN, KKNTUCICY. hastily judge." in many placfN in is Every ono who was in Senator thetaking place 01, 1IVK'U a thiai. wi.. ni South. And an the. crowd .. iI.mim f Itlftbamlfliin r. .1. I.. Goebel's headquarters can testi- the whites tho prejudice against Wngou. Ac ( llordhoinit fy to the truth of the above stateI also the in becomes stronger. kr full line of ment. Nothing bat ice water van to be had in his rooms. Popular Excursions via C. .v, 0. U n d o r t a k o r' c & o o dis Tho annual excursion to Old Point combine The fact that tlio stove Cominoti, ltiwno.l, nnl Hn'i has advanced the prlco of stoves grows overy year m popularity, and ItUrk a pleasant those When you go to Arkansas or Texas jou can travel in comfort if is not of as much interest ut tho outingwho look forward to delight tlio Udlniil Co in n ..in ( i'- hIu'Ii thh I" always hail MI ill you know how. Ask the ticket agent for n ticket ia the COITON ? present time as it will he several announcement of tho with for thin ex fillfilprict'f. xhnrt timiit- rg n m date (live mt i KELT KOUTH and you can ride in a reclining chair car, uithoutcxtr.i months hence. cursioii. Tho beautiful ami picturesque coat, and thus aoiu the discomforts ou would encounter in an Cju Shop rifir (he Jul .scenery all aloug tho lino must only bo ordinary car. The chairs are arran'd to you can hac a comfortKan- hfon to bo appreciated and alwas. re Kate Delougueuty, of able seit during the day and a Kood place to sleep nt nlRht. I'ach lth a ladles' drcsaiaR room and a Rcntleiiien'H car Is supplied sas City, is perhaps the only wo- membered. Tlio elegant vehtibuled and the manner in train smoker. 1 ou ill not hac to hothcr about chaiiRinR curs, for these man swltchtender in the United tho (J.servicehaudlcs its personallywhich con& O. cars run through from Memphis and Cairo to Texas without chance. States. Her position is an impor ducted excursions iHuckuovvkdgcd to be Olrect conrtctions are made at Cotton licit junctions with trains for o land one, us she throws the switch- tar superior to anyotlier line. The outall parts of Texas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma and Ihe far West. Aug. llth will bo run upon thu same es for all the passenger trains ing If rou r Ihinkluif ol takinic n trip.TiTlte nml telt ui where you which enter and leave the union piano of elegance as former excursions. are coin' and when you will Ieae and wo will tell you how much Tho oxcecdiUL'ly low rates trom Old yoar ticket will coat, what Iralu to take o ni to make the bett time THBPOPUMUMNK M depot In that city. Ex. ami conntlon, and anythlliK rle we can that will help make 1'oiut to New ork, Washington, NorCliioge,S-u St. - oeks. Mm Tom i Kal-toyi-te- u I Klli-ii- ',. M'4.-10- Hoi-comb- o 0 nt-lnr- 1 I 1 gard to whuthor tho L'opulwH would form a fusion with In c NEW BOOKS, orats for tho coining ciunpli ;u. Mr. linukln said tlnii would! ml, STATIONERY, for tlio reacoii that tho I'opiil '' will hold their National Goi("U NOTIONS, &c tiou ono mouth prior to that f or HeifiiJi either the Democrats cans. I'lio Populists u ill pri-- j uo Call and iqu our Stook. IQvorv- their own platform and no in bide their own cuutlidates. The a me for the National Populist Oojm'ii tiling up to (lute, tion is not determined jet, ial cannot lie determined until oncf MAUY IJl!Kl!.Vl)rH t thu hlg political parties inimcit to . date for Its Convention. .Mr. Mi . ,. kin stated that the party was i.it m na, MIn v. i '"iv Donlor in Disc? Harrows, Dis Cultiva? ICeutucky, :vntl4 ,.,wl i'i iiii,(ii iiiuv ii i; nviit f,. V,.li..,i l,;ilw) Pl,., rt, tiuii tors, Ono Horso Cull tors, One Itorso Harrows, ('. Vrs-vill- r- - - kq Wickmast i Bank 44lw. look-ins- Paid Up Cnpititl 850.000.0 DIBBOTORS AiiL'Io-Amcrictt- n Tlint-ilrmli- 1 1 Fancy Groceries and Provisions, ,',, Slate-at-lnrge r I ' - j lnfi-insTiii- ( i r , aiI:Ii3IAN WAG'OK imfmtm'mKmmfmmimmBaa SBui fi-n- Mi-snoi- sl-- l " fc" ij': Ex-Senat- Jti 34 $1.50. )Itl rI' inrpir , MkIi-oU- m - I ici:ruiEi.ir. j i ii,, ' !'.. jaS s. r-y- i A. F OIiIVEA." i i ik I I - - I r"1oii-nlili- mobile And Ohio Railroad. . 1 worked tor the lurgest to the cam. palgn fund of 1800 in the Stute. Breckinridge made speeches for Bryau. Beckhum helped to organize the State for silver in tho aame year. Null offered hiinself as a suonfloo ft r Mayor iu LouisACCOUDING to Ohuirinnii R.iu ville to make votes for Bo an. Coulter, more thuu any other man, kin, of tho National Committee, ma thu Populists will go Italouo uoxt ih responsible for the jority in 1890 for the tlokot. and year and will nominate a National AlcOueaney, Ilager uud Hill all ticket aud touch oft the iirewoiks had their coats off for the ticket a month befoie either of tho other parties holds a convention, 0 tbe great contest, that every man on tho ticket supported and Bryan. Goebel was individual contributor The Elizabethtown News says Democratic Louie, PhnI, Omaha nn folk, Baltimore aud other points widuus xli fiTnti1 tho opportunities at nuiuII additional sa City, Poi roll, Toluli cost. Tlio hotels at Norfolk cunuot bo Norid, Liift and Wbki, (mr, (Hnr, Mobile, IHriHiuiiam hurpasbed for elcganco, superiority of lernin, (;httinoitj.',, Moniiro()i0r TiiStnH. tablo aud imposing epleudor. Then au ut$Udtn, Chrlfiou, experienced representative of tho com- vllle, Ailnul .lackonvllio. Truu l'nri Tnni. pany is scut with tlio party to look after overy detail, uud hcu Unit nothing in pa. Miami, and nil Htitit tn il,f Holiili left undone that could bo expected Those who want to divert their minds Jhfjri froni business caret,, and enjoy tho with rinokliu room .n oiin, fr iiIih , ji'ISjI' mountain hcoucry and ocean uruzcri, rooms nnd lHVHton l'orlt-- i in H'n iIhi, i.itjfeei iltmeii should arrange to go. lu-tIIU, fju-fBDiu- TO TltXAH." wilt he mnlleo your trio comfprtatile one. Aninlerertluirllttleliooktct. ATRIP tree to any nddrvM. 9 tn & O ' . - n. adahi, Trtvcllm: 1'awenncr Aeeill. CAUtO, 0. W. LaBGAUAin, ILL. K - l$ t Ceu'l 1'an'r nud Tkt. Agent, HT. 1.0U18, MO. b & &! DR. S. K DAVID.S(-- H, F. REMtETf, UH Attorney-at-Law- I , . i i 25 n "so m JD&XXtl&'ti lUQICMAX, Oft 1-- . ji VfillbiilC'l Dniwimt Kid. i Iouin mill MrjIiilK, Nw nr , ,( ponjery, Tlioniiisvilli- - hihI . a i I'dlnee IliiAiii oml ( ,,, fflJi imjn .gi U jmj jifiv W a KKNTQ0KV Oflloo uj) Htuirfl, Iloloombo nulld I'll. J Gcocral Trflia .MmiiiKer B. E l'iiBt' a tjf .Muhil 'I HO no: f-- In j?. 6 z f RJ B Qeueral panenger AgeSSf I'OsKY.W' 30 Olliue nvor Onwclll & (JowrIIPh HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. 32 Drug Btorq, Will pruoUco m all Uourtsof the Boto W ,jtM. -- . ttkM nnin)mw iMilJW,'!WWn(i,'Mj; mtmmmmiMmmmm