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NjT "TT T T1T T TSnSWP'PA'PTS'R .. lJt' 4T"t WIOSTERN KENTUCKY. VOL. XXXIV, NO. 35. Caunot Win on a Single Issue. Miss Julia Jackson is iu Union Oity. Another humbug the kissing bug. Arrived this day, "The Big Con- ESTABLISHED 185!). HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KY., JULY mm?mmmmmmmmmmmmmmnm tmmmmmmmmtmmmmmtm? ...ANOTHER WEEK OF THIS GREATEST OF ALL ... ; 1 Never mind the And now wo offer you Greater Bargains than before. "whys" and 'wherefores" of this sale, but look at goods ami you will be convinced of the truth of our statements. Note this : Clearing Sales! Stupendous Wo have the ino-- hiwcssful Millinery businc-- this hcmihoii in our experience, mid rather than carry anything over, wo aru willing to well them nt a loss. That's why we offer our 2fte Sailor, at lfie; flOc Sailor nt Half Price ; 7fx Sailors at 2.00 one to 8c, and have out t H 1 I Senator Jno. T. Morgan, one of the oldest and ablest of Southern Tho law of tho land keep off tho Democratic leaders confirms regross, f peated, published interviews, subMrs. Tom Wallace, is visiting in Union Oity. stantially, SB follows: Master Jamio Check is visiting in 1st. lie does not believe the Paris, Tcun. democrats can win In 1000 on any Miss Clara Mai Carpenter is visit- slujzle issue, or with a candidate ing iu Pulton. test. Miss Bcssio Herring, of Union City is tho guest of Mrs. T. T. Swayne. 3 3 Millinery Sale. Pant Sale. to-da- y, Groceries 1 1 i Itov. Archer Booghcr and Mario Brevard spent Sunday in Columbus. Miss Daisy Thomas, of Dyersburg, Tcun., is visiting Miss Estella Hcfley. Tho great difllcnlty with reform movements is their lack, of niovoment. Mrs. Cam Rico and children wero visiting relatives near Woodland, this week. Mrs Amelia Ruesskamp, of Capo Girardeau, is visiting Mrs. Win, Bee man. wrapped up iu any single issue. 2nd. He (Morgan) is now as in tho past, for free silver and does not believe the country can attain prospeiity to all classes until silver is restored; but there are other questions before the publio of qual or greater immediate im- portance. b Half Price. Wash Goods Sale. For jiiKt the Kimc reason we sacrificing 10c goods at (!c, and values at 5c. And the stylos Kino Mous'-olinexcellent. Soie have been cut fioni 00c to e 7jc are l)e 15c. aie The manufacturer bent us this morning by lSxprotis an immense lot of Pants, which they were anxious to dispose of at some price. It was a pretty big purchase ol Pants for iid, but the prices were so tempt- ing that we decided to teep them and put them in this Sa and we are able to oll'ei you 1.50 Pants for USo. 2.50 Pants at SI. 08. i u 15.50 Pants at 2.18. Best Fancy Pat. FloSic, $4.00. Best Fancy Straight, ; Arbuckles&Lion, 3rd. He thinks that if tbe democrats will nominate Geo. Fitz-liugLee the ticket would sweep i the country. He says that Gen. Miss Eugenia Mitchell, of Columbia, Tenn., is tho guest of Miss Mario Lee Is a gold democrat, but conBrevard. servative in all things and that be Automobiles, 20 in number, aro to yoted for Bryan in 18 as a choice bo introduced for street service iu and a $10,000 company organ- of conditions, lie also says that Pa-duca- h, u II $3.65 Coffee, 10c Our XXXX, 4 91? any W, W. Hall, of Union City, conservative silver man would alaudMissM. Suo Mooney, of Paducah, wero guests of Mrs. O. A. Holcombo so make an admirable nominee. this week. 4th. He thinks that democrats Grand barbecue on Aug. 1st, at could not and should not oppose John Townsend's place, back of Island the Philippine war now, but direct No. 0, 2) miles northeast of James Bayou Ferry. their efforts to home rule to tbe Philippines after the war has been Mr. A. C. Morgan, ot Mississippi county, Mo , and Miss Nellio Flagins, ended. of McCracken after-uoou, ized. -- Mrs. Ex-Vic- e President Stephenson, a Parasol Sale. Suit Sale Has been very successful. Note our windows for Special offerings. Paelg9 GranulatoS All our Parasol stock is reduced We show wimo hand 20 per cent some styles. Sugar. 18ibs. for 8 lbs. Sodaffbr 25c. dT A W 1.00 All Wool Embroidery Sale. If you have not yet seen them yon .Slf kn unrnnwl t.t tlin Inch iihnr. Hi Black Worsteds, Hound and Square Sack Suits, ... TIicaq i M lift I' v.n. nciuiif; ni ti, ia The salo has been Immense, linvo plenty ol it yet. fflrWWsffsg in bb.o Masons J tl nre jjood VolUtS lit S 1,0.00. vUill L i I county, Ky,, wero married Thursday. A HORRIBLE CONFESSION. A public meeting will bo hold in tho Cayco M E Church, Sunday At a banquet of newspaper men July 23d, at half past 3 o'clock, iu chargo of tho local Womans Chris- iu New York. Mr. Whitelaw Eeed, tian Temperance Union. All are editor of the New York Tribune, invited to attend. and the American minister to A report from 250 cities and towns givo as a result of celebrating tbo 4th France during Harrison's admin- of July list of casualties: iBiraiioo, wnen called upon to .".. ueaa. 32; injured, 1,730; losses by flro, i l0RBl lne "independent press," 530,070; injured by cannon crackers. ue me following statement In ii ; uijurea uy powuer explosions, 257 ; mjurea oy toy cannon, sow ; uxt uy stray .response. cor-diall- v .. 1 UBUUUI .... but we rjr 12.50 Suits at m.tw 59 l J o. , ,, , JA, , BJrr?ga lion-fata- lA'l Min t -- . 3 i..j - . 9.75 S Bars Claiifetc Soap 25c B Terms, GASH this Sale. L P. lMfi.-i- & W. S. ELL SON. rVX uimuauuuuiuiuuuuiauuauiuuuuiuuuuauuuuiuuuuaiiaiiiauiUiu RULE WORKS HICKMAN MA IXPAIIhlHIini) , I i ISKEATKST LIMIT OP IIT.M LIFE. T1IK DAXt.'Klt UATECHISX. OR. T- REAL ESTATE Selentifle men are not agreed its (From Mempais Scimitar. tn the rentfht limit of human ProBenco of mind is a quality life, Prof. Ov en tOaeiii it nt about that should bo (mprossed upon TOM DILLON. Sr.f Prop'r, 10;i uml Flonrene t 10H I'rolichildren, although it is more or ably Klehniilsoi i'h limit r 110 less instinctive, says an exchange. II !,) IUhifc, IT ( Kttrr..ar ! ynrs !h tiimrikr thi trtitli rriitu Still, there aro certain rules that l5 aild G.a.llite MOIllimentS urea t HHniiarmn een averted might bo instilled with advantage. M U.rD ithiit eoven out nt every 10 intelli- - A clover woman has what she O XJ JtO J3 JN C3-- , 'aunt peoplo eould reiieh that lini- - calls a "tlnnger catechism," which lt if they took proper care of she teachos liko a lesson to each STONK WORK of nil Kinds, Uu aimed at tho of her IKON KUNOINd. &c. &c.(theui8elveH. children, requiritig them to pnysiciiui's Kieai, i no nine wtion repent it every uow and then, to there shall be no morn of nn in- iolS32iail, mako Btiro that they remember its nun ui iiii.vh iiur mi mil man who hath not 111 led his lnyn," Lon' preceptb. "What would you do Iu casoyou evity is more likel.x to be nllained caught on lire t" is one question, liy iiichardHon's method of to the laws of health tliiui and tho nnswor is obvious. "1 ly Knbertu' secret "jjoat Juice" must not run, but pick up the formula. Prof. Steel, in the last ncurost uml thickest thing within number of tho Chicago Ollnio. reach, a rug or blanket it possible, Btati's that '"thu claim h made for and wrap myself up in it," and so J-,the new (Kobeits) treatment nro "' AU l" Possible ooutlngou startlingly novel mid highly iui-- . uie8 ro thought of and provided probable. It hns, nevertheless. for I,B far as possible, Tho IdeniB au excellent ou, and he says interested some hitherto n! if the children over forgot their resiieetuire and members of the profession to tlio InstructloiiB in thno of neod.it will nW ha tlm mnthnr'a the extent of loading It their (tnrtlllUl names and inlluence. The law of fault. It would bo u good plan at Mullcr, that like tissues or cells this season, when tho country produce tissues or cells similar to roads are orowdod with vehicles the parent structure, precludes for parents to Impress upou tho the possibility of raising leathers small drivers that they should at on a dog, or hair on a pigeon. In ouoo Boek the satoty of the gutnn article in the Medical Age Mr. ter in cnao of a runaway, and in at COST, because lie desires to close out all jjoods in thin line ICiunear says that there are cor turning corners to keep a wido tain Indications which give clues swoop to the right, to longevity. Thus, "a large heart, large lungs, large brains and di Your Weight. gestive powers iudicato long lifo. How much would yoor weight A persou who appears to bo tall tho in sitting and short and thickest amount to in Silver Dollars at 16 to thL pound? Would you liko to havo in standing Is mare apt to live much? Well, then soo our auuouuoo-mea- t long, being endowed with n long of "Tho Big Contest." trutik and ehorUega and arms, The Cabinet has dlsoussed the Tun Uourler-Journu- l says that 'round robin" of tbe Manila cor from Information gathered uround respoudouts and decided to let Frankfort, it Bcems that the tho matter alone. There was no aro planning to mako apparent disposition to stir the Special iittentlou clven to tho soiling of Koal lOstnto of all kinds; IiiHur-hiiuauothor gumshoe campaign in matter, uud it wns oven said that and represents a full lino of the best and most reliable Kire Companies doing business In the State, and that ''Old Kolluliio Kentucky. Some of those uu tho tMaj. lien. Otis will not bo informMiTimAi. itMNUttri' lilli'N INSUItANOIiJ flO.. that has already inside say that Taylor will dcoliuo ed, though tho statotuent shows paid out largely over 8100,000 Life Insurance in Illukmiin and vicini- to meet Goebol Iu joint debate, on its faoo that it was presoutod ty, and is issuing the olienjiOBi and beat policy of any regular Lie and that other Republican orators to hliu with n request for transInsurance Company doing business iu this country, Ho BoIicltH will avoid debutes as muolf as mission from Muuila direct, which was rofuaod, possible. . ptroigge. Call and boo him, , I Ky. kissmc bua are slaves. Ion know it. I know has roamed tho laud for well, ever lit. There is not one of you who since time was. Ho has two legs. The ilri tn nrnrnaa n hnnn.i nnn. r.. fatal kind has four legs. Just bo calm ls reiuh. ii you express ii you WOUIQ and count tho legs, uud you'll know know beforehand that it would what to expect. not appear in print I am paid As soon as possiblo after having boon kissed" by a kissine buc. says an 8150 (a week) for keeping honest exchange, place a largo piece of ham opinions out ot the paper I am fat upon the spot and let it remain there connected with. Others of you for somo tiuio. Tho patient will exoo- - are paid similar salaries for doing rionco rolief at once, but tho ham fat 1 tnings. should not bo taken oil just then, as the Bimnar opinions if should allow to be printed in poison in tho "kiss" must bo drawn out. honest Tho fat accomplishes this in about half one isBue of my paper, like Othello, before 24 honis my occupation an hour. would bo gone. Tho ruling of the Rovcuue Department prohibiting banks from afllxiug The couutry paper is perhaps a stamps to unstamped checks when preshade more honest and consciensented will cause no little mcouveu-ioncBanks aro not oven allowed to tious than its great oity contemsell a stamp to a patron who presents au unstamped check. Tho check must bo poraries, and more surely represtamped when offered at the window. sents the opinions and convlc-rion- s Any accommodation rendered by the of its immediate constituency official in tho way of giving or solliug a btamp is a violation. Heretofore, But the local paper has a great mauy people simply paid two cents at embargo us to its honest uttertho desk or increased tho amount of their check two cents when they want- ances because of Its environments ed to draw money. and surroundings. In polities It is compelled to choose between nou-fat- tworni Hip fatal l. Tho Iflswlntr tmtr" nml ' 0"r 'D " ,... e. l'UlllilSHElt'S NOTICE. At Cost ! 5 con-formit- y irv WC'A' Wiimt- - Itaiym LANT I Buggies, Harness, ad dies, Bridles, Etc., WILL SELL roiintuhl ! I V worthy your attention. Tho absolnte fairness of ''Tho Big Contest" can be been at onco, as oven tho most practical printers differ several thousands in their estimates. No educational or other qualification will offer advantage in "The Big Contest." "Tho Big Contest" is everybody's contest. You stand as good a chance as any other person on tho face of tho earth. Would you liko to po&ioss your weight iu Brand New, Shiuiug Silver Dollars? (Editor. Wo desire to call your attention to tho romarkablo offer wo mako you in "Tho liig Contest." Tho idea of giving a man his weight in silver dollars is somothiug new audstartliug. It is woll alternatives the one of which may be bud and the other not alto gether good, to take position on issues made up by forces in the formulation of which it bad naught to do, and to be for or against is neither up to tbe standard of honest convictions, but to remain silent would help the worso to prevail. In truth, looal papers like the vast majority of fellow-beinglire nfter all merely ''bread winners'' no worse und no better than the average mortal, aud their utterances should be so received by readers. A grievous weakness of "couutry papers" is the inclination to 'hero worship" magnify mere pigmies into giants If ou our side, and to condemn opponents as heyoud the pale of respectability and possessed of motives only for ruin and degradation However, all that honest country papeisshould want is to be Judged by the measure that you judge others of your fellow oltlieni la to s, The Money Question in 1900. Senator Daniel, of Virginia, and Senator Bacon, of Qoorgia, are of the opinion that the Republicans iu 1900 will adopt a clear cut unovaslve single gold standard platform, and that if so, any Democrat on auv kind of a btmetullc platform can beat them. In 1800 the Republicans only squinted toward the single gold standard, but pledged the party to the restoration of silver by iuternatlon If the Republicans al agreement. would only take tho position, uud if honest they would, the Democrats might Indeed hope to win. But. they aro not going to do it; they are more likely to re adopt their ilunnoial plauk of 1800, and double deal before the people. TTLER3 AND INSURANCE AGENT. their utterances, Suppressed Hong Kong, July 17. All 6f tho American correspondents at Manila havo joined iu a statement to tho press of America baying tlie conditions iu thu Philippines uro uot favorable to our troops Thoy say tho facts aro not cor rectly represented in the official ds patches, o or J The Hickman Courier IN THE OCOKOK WAKltK.V, ORIENT. THE RIGOROUS CENSORSHIP. ON NEW FOOTING States rb4 Japan Went Into Effect Monday. TERRIBLE FEUD OUTBREAK. III t " Uneasy Publisher. KENTUCKY July via Hong Kong, from London, Ky., tells of a with Aches, pAt'ns, impure blood, dis-- J July Tho constantly lucrcuslni; reaching here of the outbreak of anordered stontAchs, derAnged kidneys And CURRENT TOPICS. strictness of the censorship of press Other Couiitrlra With Which Japan Mat .. . w. Urltlsh and Asiierlran Kesldents of maother feud in Clay county by which ui'u uivu j u.irj.i'.iriif.s dispatches from Manila, which has .Vede Treaties Arel (treat llrltaln, tler- Is the effective And faultless cure. It sting District Adtlsed to Lease five men lost their lives Monday. cquali The strength of two horses nany, France, Itutsle, Antrla, Italy, prevented tho cabling to tho United infuses fresh life through purified blood. House Destroyed and Lives thnt of 15 men. The dead aro said to be: Robert Phil-poSpain, l'nriucal anil Ilelcluiu. States-oanything that did not reflect Lost by an Kxplnslon. A Chicago woman makes her living Kd Fisher, Aaron Morris, Jim olllcial views of important events und by washing cats. Washington. July 17. -- A new treaty Griffin and Hugh Griffin. TACOMA,Wash., July 17. The sJcam-shl- p conditions resulted in a- united effort 1 Tiik United Kingdom has ISO.OOC These fatalities resulted from a Olympia, which arrived here Sun- on tho part of correspondents hero to letweeti the United States and Japan women school teachers. bVbUJJP Monday, at which time pitched battle fought near Little Goose t Tiik czar of Russia Is the best cus- day from China and Japan, brings the secure an abatement of the rigor of went into effect also new treaties between Japan and creek, three miles of Manchester. following mail advices: tomer of the clipping' bureaus. tho ccii'orship. Tho feud dntes back nearly two ONE ON THE MERCHANT. Serious riots occurred near Kiao Maiuk Coukklm is Mary Anderson Tho initiation In this direction was nearly all of tho countries of Kuropo Phil-pNavarro's most intimate friend. Chou June 2d. Thousands of armed taken a mouth ago and resulted In the and some of tho South American re- years. On Christinas, 1M7, James was killed by Aaron Morris, but Her II I'smr Thai (he Vulue el Ills Tiik n vera go amount of Illness in peasants roio by preconcerted signal frnmlng of a statement which was publics also went Into effect- - It Is an luck Win Mntijrol ( importance In beforo ho died ho shot and killed Win. human life is nine days outof the year. And attacked the railway now being presented on Sunday, July 0, to event of MaJ. I'liii-- nations. It has been estimated that steamer) actively pushed in tho vicinity. The Gen. Otis, commanding tho military tho relations between Japan and the Untidy, a friend of Morris. Tho Mor lire 20 percent, safer than sailing ves- rioters olTcred determined resistance forces of the United United States, as it does away with the ris and Griffins wero closely affiliated. States in tho Philhiww-rsays that a client sels. Infantry, and nine were ippine islands with a request for per- treaty methods which have been In Since then the feeling between the of Our of the MoitK than 3.000 persons arc burled to the Germau his Is the hero of this story and that killed. It is expected the military will mission to telegraph it to the United vo;uc for nearly SO years and substi- two factious has been very bitter, and it happened hne within n ear or two annually in the paupers' cemetery of j It litis been nroused recently by the A w.thout fur- States. Tho correspondents also asked tutes an entirely now method of be able to rcstoro oro Jlerlin. tiiiin from the licensors' ofllrc went r The same Is true in tho gehostilities that they be allowed to cable to their lx Norway the average length of life ther bloodshed. into the store of a Hebrew merchant in The Phllpots, who, are tho strongest the pursuit of his duties. The two had Two llussiau engineers and ten Cos- respective papers all facts and tho dif- lations of Japan with other countries. is greater than in any other country on the globe. sacks have been hilled by brigands ferent phases of events as they trans- Taken as a whole the many new treati- faction in the mountain, numbering a slight acquaintance, so that tin as I.V the Hritihh nary there arc 150 ves- near Kirin. pired here. The correspondents had two es which went into effect Monday about 750 voters openly espoused the slstaut assizor did not think it nrcea-s.ir- y sels that have been in service at least to explain his liuslnem. lie wus Much damage was done by the re- long interviews with Gen. Otis, In the place Japan on entirely new footing cause of tho Rakers while the Griffins a quarter of a century. cent Hoods ir the Kobe perfecturc. course of which they complained nuh the world at large, as she Is. took sides with tho Whites The story rather surprised whru, in answer to his Tiik toll on an ordinary ship passing Losses are roughly estimated at over that the evident purpose of tho censor- rrcognlzcd for tho first timu as an that renches here from Manchester Is questions, the storekeeper proceeded to through the Sueic canal averages about 150.000 yen. to the effect that Rob Phllpot was ar- dilate on the value of his xtoclc. "De ship was not to keep Information from iqual in every respect. The distance is 02 miles. Tho treaty with this country was rested Monday morning by Deputy finest In any store of de size. In dr city. The Italian squadron is maneuvering tho enemy, but to keep from tho pubAustralia is the only country in the It lssn't ort o cent less than $5,000." world where no native pipes and no on the Yellow sea and the Chinese au- lic a knowledge of the real condition! made November 22, 1804, in Washing- Sheriff Wash Thaoker. While very cir"Suppor I put It down si that then," thorities express an.lety as to Its in- of affairs here. It was also asserted ton, between Secretary Grcshain and cumstantial, in other respects tho renative smokers have been found. aid lli p uRrrksnrs' man. The greatest depth .o which a ship tentions. The representatives of the by tho correipondent that newspapers Minister Kureno, who then represent- port does not show clearly the origin "Do It. Do It," said the proprietor. lias been aachorcd is 2,000 fathoms powers do not. however, believe Italy printed in Manila, which reach the ed Japan here. Tho changes it made ot the trouble nor giro the reason for Yer ton't inalg no mistake." considerably more than two miles. that it was deter- Phllpot' arrest. will take any decisive action against enemy quickly, are permitted to pub- were so So the assessors' man did it. Tlirre I.v Berlin the pawnshop is a royal China. It Is said that while Thaeker was lish statements similar to those which mined tho treaty should not go into lamentation in the store when the and philanthropic institution. Any taking Philpoi's bond, the latter was tax bill showed the proprietor that he The recent fire at Onomoache, in the correspondents are forbidden to cable. operation until July 17, lb'SJ. profit that is made is spent on charity. province of Echizen, destroyed "'.'J It was made clear to Gen. Otis that tlje The countries with which Japan hati shot from' behind by a member of a was taxed on S5.00U personal, and lie A Kentucky woman lias secured n houses, 50 go downs three lluddhlst objection was to the system aud not to made new treaties are tho United crowd that had gathered. This prerushed over to the assessors' otllc-- with Judgment of ST00 against a man who MatcsGrcat llrltaln, Germany, France, cipitated a general fight with Winches- all posxlble s peril. temples, a police otUce. a post aud tele- the censor. kissed her when she didn't wanthim to. "Vat lis ills? Vat las he asked Four persons wero Gen. Otis finally promised greater Russia, Austria, Italy, Spain, Portugal, ters and revolvers which was particiA diii.nki.no fountain is to be erected graph office, etc. burned to death, five severely wound- liberality-- , agreeing to pass all matte llelgiuin, Holland, Denmark, Sweden pated In by George. Granville, Robert them, excitedly. "I hnr no jwrsotiril in Rrooklyn by the W. C T. U. of that Switzerland and Peru. aud Peter Phllpot and Kd Fisher on but de ntock In my store. I'm a llur If The place that he might consider not detrimental, aml Norwa citv as a memorial to the late Frances ed and 50 slightly injured. it's E. 'Wlllard. was the scene of a conflagration IS to the interests of the United States. A,,I HHrc n"eneci.Mouunycx. one side and Aaron Morris Hugh, Jim ofrr."ort JS00. Come down nnd look It w,th Franc,s nd Austria, and Green Griffin on the other. Sea'atok Ai.mpo.v, of Iowa, in mak- years ago when 1,051 houses and 222 go Gen. Otis appointed Capt. Green, of hli cepl lho They him records ing a speech generally talks from downs were destroyed. wnlch aro deferred until August 4. The battle began at about 0 o'clock shimrd told tie lindthat the figure staff, censor. given the thnt to notes, which rarely cover one small correspondent' Wilh n,ott o( countries Japan and raged fiercely for ten or fifteen the sstlstant assessor. The ltrltish and American residents The statement of the sheet of note paper. of Kinning district have been advised Is as folows: aai' lreaty relations before, but they minutes When it was orer It was Ills hands went up over his head In The Turkish government refuses to by their consuls to leave Foo Chow in found that the five men mentioned "horror. "My goodness, my goodnrsa!" "The undersigned, being all stall' Wtfrc cn'Jc nnJ consider any offer from rich leaders of above hud been killed outright, three he shouted. "Vus tint your man? I correspondents or American newspa the Hebrew Zionist government to sell order to escape further attacks. red. ? One case of cholera has a p pen at per, stationed in Manila, unite in the! itr MET A TERRIBLE FATE. of tho belligerents were seriously thought hr was from llradstrect'a." a prt of the Holy Land. wounded, while Pete Philpul wa the following statement: Twelve years ago one sailor out of Nagasaki. Dl- Man, . llwlr He Had Iteasou lu Hun. June 14 a great quantity of gunpowouly one on cither side to escape Inevery 106, on an average, lost his life owing to ofiictall corr "' that, of Ur.iu.ii,. The muti came out of an other buildjury. Granville Phllpot Is said to br by accident. Now the proportion has der exploded in a go down of the dispatches from Manila made public in on Arrival at Ualesbarc IIL been reduced one in 250. division at Shlnkoi-Ye- i, one of the most seriously wounded. ing on the run and started down this Japan, ashlngton, the people of the Unlti street. J. J. Hill, president of the Great and over 300 houses surrounding tho ci, ,. ,,,,. eew -- u.,i -n, Galksiiciio, 111., July 17. When th He Is a union vctcrnn, having lost .V4VBt, .a . "Here! Here!" cried the pollcemaa Northern system of railroads, is a short place were destroyed And 30 lives lost. pression tuleg at Stone river. He is an of the situation In the Phil fast mall train pulled in here at midon the corner. "Whnt's your hurry?" tnan, swarthy, with brown eyes and a A coal mine in Takawa Gori became pine, uui mm iiicsc uispaicncR nave night Saturday night. Engineer Frauk ber of the Kentucky legislature and it "There's a tnan bark there trying to face full of rugged lines. filled with poisonous gas and about 100 presented an view tljtt llullard found on the pilot the body of said to hare killed three or four men. sell me a book on SS weekly install-liienis now being made in Holland I'AfEK Ed FWlier, who Is reported dead, wai is not shared by the general ofllcerspc a man who has been identified as Miko of $3.33 rnclil" cried the victim. from potato stems and leaves. The miners were suffocated. The American, Russian And German tho field. The jKilleetnuti instantly released his McLaughlin, of 3013 North Ninth another man with several nicks In hit farmers are paid fire francs fifty-si- x ministers are engaged in negotiations centimes a ton for the vines. stre-t"We believe that tho dispatches Philadelphia. The body lacked cane. He was but 23 years old but uat hold. A Chicago promoter is working up a regarding the construction of "Run!" he cried. "Run like n whttc-hrut- lt the correctly present the existing conp- the legs, which had been severed at the said to have killed three mcs. The Maybe jou can get away from railway. new railway from Knoxvllle to Memtions among the Philippines in rcp CI pelvic region as clean as could have story of this battle caused ootutcrnu phis, and claims to have sold 812,000,-00- 0 June 14. at Seoul, explosives were to dissension aud demoralization Hon here notwithstanding the fact him jet." Chicago Post. been done with a surgeon's knife. worth of construction bonds. thrown at the residences of Slu Kwl. that serious trouble has been expected from body Am lualanr. Austria 1b the country most lenient on, premier, PuU Ihong Yang, and suiting Uio tho American cam pa it. Thepilot- - was tightly wedged Into to break out atncsg the mountaineer! legs were Sunday urlganajcuaracu, ot,.tmith o Rh IVi you honestly brllrrn that we to murderers. In ten years over 600 l'ak 11 wl "Vang, wounding one severely. una to of Clay county ever alnee tho ilL, lug discovered on the track west woiurn bnvn ucli n failing for anyof .murder. The court woa thrown Into a great army. r,ounJ uiltjr to death. MrfMroraia only ot w horn were put "We believo the dispatches ir n of Ivewauco. The coroner here tele- nation of Torn Raker several weeks thing that U nil need 7 TilK heart of the vegetarian beats on panic. The emperor has removed to the declaration that the sttualon s graphed Kewaucc for the legs but the ago. An elTort was at once begun c He Well, there is Mini Antique, an average of 58 to the minute; that of the newly built library, but the Rus well in hand and tho assumpttn t..i t coroner of Henry county declined to secure deputies to go to the seat whose ago is 23 reduced from the meat cater 75. This represents o sian and American legations are close- the insurrection can be spcedly endAl surrender them, aying that the In1 of the trouble and attempt tc difference of 20,000 beats In 24 hours. ly guarded. Some thirty persons were without n greatly quiet, up but tc increased rircc. I quest should be held In the couuty restore SiioKiNO goes on in the Philippines arrested. They are suspected of Veing a late hour In the afternoon there had "We think the tenacity of hie o where tuc accident occurred. REGISTER OF TREASURY. everywhere but in church. Even your connected with the conspirators in Japurposo has been undcrstlmat, d The roroner here holds that tho In- not been enough responses to make tir cab driver will offer you a cigar if you pan. and that the statcmentsarc tiifoundt il quest should be conducted in this coun- a force that would command respect. arc not smoking and he thinks you Hun JmUx.n V L"n, ItrtfiiUr of tii The Chinese minister at Prlin has that volunteers are willing t have none. cngaj o ty, where tho body was found. At The situation at .Manchester in deplor I'tnted a been instructed to contract with the in further service. Suits Wateu is tho hardest of all subpresent It looks as if two Inquests able. Since morning the place hat Wsihincton, I) 1it4ui, iu Idler from C , say Vulcan works at Stettin. Germany, for been In a state of terror, scarcely any stances to boat, with the single excep"The censorship hnscomptlled us o would be held, although Marshal tion of hydrogen gas. The easiest two the construction of two armor clads of participate in this msrcprrsentat:cm has gone to Kewance after the one daring to venture out of doors are mercury and lead, which stand in about 8,000 tons and six protected fast by excising or altering uncottrovcrtcd legs, the Philadelphia relatives hav- liuslncss Is suspended and the residents this respect on nearly the same footing. cruise'rs of 3,500 tons, to be completed statements of facts on iho plea. as(cn. ing wired him to renewal take charge of the re- are momentarily expeoting Tiip United States sent abroad dur- in 30 months for 10,000,000 tools. of hoslilltlos Otis stated, that 'they would alarm tho mains. ing the ten months ending April SO, An order for 50 quick-firin- g field guns people at home,' or 'hive the people of The entire county of Clay l fill eti How the accident occurred Is a myv 1M)T. rjw.ictly 27S locomotives. In tho will also be placed in Germany. with men mounted and armed. Olhci the United States by the car.' tery, as llullard knew nothing of it unsame months of 1S3S it exported 3CC, X telegram from Chemulpo June 10 "Specifications: Prohibition of re til, when oiling the engine, he found battles may occur at any moment. for the same period of the current fis- says two captains in the Korean ports; suppression of full A relative of the Phllpots has just cal year the record has risen to 414. reports of the muti.atcd trunk. When tho man army and two other persons have field operations In tho LJI svuJ left here to join his family, and swears event of failure; was struck the train was going 7C If a maid in Germany falls sick her mistress is not allowed to discharge been apprehended on a charge of plot- numbers of heat prostrations in tho miles an hour and the pilot hit him vengeance. London Dkpot, Ky., July IS, Clay her, but uyist pay her 47 cents a day ting to put to death the present em- field; systematic minimization of naval with such force as to cut his body in for her hospital expenses until she is peror. county has another killing for its anoperations aud suppression of com- two. perfectly well. The wages of girls A nals D.ek Iovcns' body has been FATAL FAMIUTOUARREL. plete reports of the situation. vary from S2.40 to S7.20 a month, with STREET CAR MEN ON STRIKE. found three miles from Manchester. (Signed). board. iira, Ceorce Trelder. .Near LLbertr.m. John T. McCutchcon, Harry Arm- The lirooklyn Itapltl Transit Co. Knilrar- - He was beaten to death In the mghl. Tiik greatest of luxuries in Central 11L. Kills Her Mother. WounUt Her When found his head was severed strong, Chicago Record. ora to Itun Cars With Africa is salt. The long continued use Huihand and Kills Herself. from his body and had been beaten to Oscar K. Davis, P. G. McDonnell, .Men Much Disorder. of vegetable food In that country crea pulp. LiBKitTWliAK, 111., July 17. Follow- New York Sun. ates so painful a longing foi salt A 4.Vcalibcr revolver was found on New Yohk, July 17. Nearly all the Robrct M. Collins, John P. Dunning, that natives deprived of it for a Jong ing a family quarrel Sunday afternoon conductors ind motormenof the Ilrook-ly- the body. Having killed three men Hon. I Jones, Tho Associated Press. period often show symptoms of in- Mrs. George Trelder shot and Judion W. Lyons, Register of tb killed Rapid Transit Co. struck at 5 and Injured several, ho was probably sanity. John F. llass, Will Dinwiddle. New Trcasury. her mother, Mrs. Christian Foss, The greatest 6ea depth known to wounded her husband and o'clock Sunday morning. Those who killed by tho friends of one of his vicApril 23J.1RM. killed her York Herald. Scripns-McRa- c man is in the South Atlantic ocean, self. Ed. S. Keene, associa had cars out left them on the tracks. tims He leaves a widow and eight Poruna Drue MTg Co., Columbus, 0.: The shooting occurred at the midway between the Island of Tristan Tho company endeavored to run cars children. Gentlemen I find tion. to be an de Cuba and the mouth of the Rio de home of the Treiders, a milo and a half An attempt has been made to kill rxccellmt remedy for the eatartlial afmen on all the lines with Richard Little, Chicago Tribune. la Plata, the bottom being here reached northwest of Long Grove, a village, and there was much disorder. Wires Will Gray, near Manchester, Clay fections of fpntiic and lunimci, and at a depth of 40,330 feet, or eight and near this place. Abient for Sixteen Years. wero cut, rails were torn up, county. After three shots had passed those who sutler fiom depression from the Mr. Trelder was shot three times, miles. ZANK8VIM.K, O., July 18. Charles men hooted and stoned, through his clothes one of them scra-in- g litat of the summer will (lud no rctiudy tn Walteh Rothschild canted a mild but it is thought he will recover. The 16 years ago left his wife his body, lie escaped by running tqual of Perti-uaand at the Marcy avenue stables u sensation in the house of commons a quarrel was precipitated Suuday after- Gargcs, who and two small children, ostensibly in crowd of 3,000 men resisted the police. through a forest. Gruy Is onu of tho John W. Lyons. few evenings ago by appearing in a noon by long standing family No man is better known in the financial trouble. search of work, and of whom nothing Many arrests were made during tall hat made of light straw. The Hot words were exchanged the Rakers' friends tvorhl than Jiulnon V, Lyons. His tiniua during the has been heard since, has returned day. On some lines tho company weather was very hot at the time and (told Dust I'roin the Klondike. on every piece of money of recent date, morning betwen Mrs. Foss and her home. Ho is now living with his Mr. Rothschild's light headgear daughter, makes his iienaitiic one of the mot familiar SKATTi.K,Vash., July 18. Tho steamand Trelder also became in- mother across the street from his fam- maintained a regular service and on aroused considerable envy. others they failed altogether. Cars er Roanoke arrived from St. Michaels sue in the I'nitcd States. Hun. Lyons Is not generally known that when volved in the discussion. The trouble ily. He refuses to give any It account of a person falls into calm water a com- was apparently over when after din- his wanderings and offers no excuso were unable to prun to tho ocean Monday night with about 500 passen- sddri-- is AiiKiuta, (la. He is a member of beaches. Tho tie-uhas not been the National Republican Committee, and is mon felt hat may be made use of as a ner it broke out afresh. for his long absence. Ho has effected nearly so complete as tho labor lead- gers and gold dust estimated atS'J,000,-00prominent and influential politician. He life preserver, and by placing tho hat Mrs. Trelder stepped inlo the bed- no reconciliation It is mostly owned by tho Dawwith his family. ers said it would be. upon the water, rim down, with the room appearing immediately with son banks and the North American Is a particular friend of President McKinley. a nrm round it, pressing it slightly to revolver, opened fire on Trading nnd Transportation Co. Tho Klcht Hour I.aur Unconstitutional. Suicided f Drownlnr her mothen Remrmber that cholera morbur, cholera, the breast, it will bear a man up for The first shot was Dknvek. Col., July 18. The supreme fatal and the husPr.oittA, 111., July 17. Ailt Van Ilocn-ing- , largest individual amount is said to bo infantum, summer complaint, bilious colic, Hours. band, springing forward to disarm his court Monday decided that tho eight statu grand master of the Knlghti 850,000 belonging to the Raker broth- dianhoca and dysentery are each and nil That quiet, domestic lady, the queen wife received three atarrh of the bowels. Catarrh is the onlv wounds that sent hour law is unconstitutlonaL The and Ladies of Honor, aged 40 years, ers of Saxony, enjoys the ownership of rorrect name for thrie affections. him from the house in retreat. After opinion Is not yet written and will bo committed suicide Sunday evening by Kissing Hue 'n lluiidle of Tapers. Is an absolute specific for these four sapphires, equal in size and beauts ailment, to tho one that glows in the crown ot leaving the house he heard two mora filed later. The eight hour law which throwing himself from the stetmcr Stinksvii.i.k, Ind., July 17. Editor which are so common in summer. Dr. in a practice of over forty years, never shots, the ones that killed his wife. was enacted at the late session of the llald Eagle, three miles above the Cop- Parish, of the Tricounty Reporter, disEngland, and the favorite wives ot tht shah of Persia and sultan of Turkej Mrs. Trelder leaves two children, 7 and legislature applied only to mines, peras creek dam. Domestic troubles Is covered a kissing bug In a bundle of lost a single case of cholera infantum, tlyseu-terdiarrhoea, or cholera morbus, and his wear turquoises the like of which ur ft years old. She was 33 and her moth- smelters and mills for the reduction of supposed to huve caused tho act. He papers He captured the bug and has only remedy was Those desiring western queen can boast. er 80 years of age. ores. official In tho A. O. IX W. it on exhibition. was also state further pmiculai should ehd for a free The wild horses of Arabia will not ropy of "Summer Catarrh." Address Dr. The Daachters l'olsoned. Silk Mills hi. ut Down. admit a tame horso among them, while Steamer Sinks WJth Twontj-SIof the Laborers Desert factories for Mlnss. Hartnian, Columbus, O. DiiUfl, Tex., July la Two girls, Crew. the wild horses of South America cn New Yohk, July 17. The Rhcnla Nohkolk, Vu., July 18. Colored la8 years old and the other 10, deavor to decoy domesticated horses Victoiua, U. G, July 17. The steam-e- r one aille mills at College Point, L. I., which borers are deserting tho tobacco itom their masters, and seem eager U Perthshire has arrived a Port Jack-o- daughters of the widow of John Moore, employed more than COO hands, hat tories in Danville, Martinsville facHUAIir.Ua OK TH18 I'APKIl and welcome them. in tow of the Talume. DKSIIIINU TO IIUV ANYTIIIMO 50 lost their lives by drinking poison, shut down for nn indefinite period, on Scientists have discovered that the days this great vessel tossed For which, It is claimed by tho police au- account of depression In the American other Virginia towns and accepting AUVKIITIBKI) IN 1TH COLUMNS on the work in West Virginia coal fields at memory is stronger in summer than in urn. between BIIOULI) INSIST t'l'ON IIAVINU Australia and New Zea- thorities, was prepared for their moth- silk Industry. WHAT TllICT AHK KOIt. IIKKIM1NO winter. Among tho worst foes of tno better pay. er, who is an important state witnck ALL BU11STITUTK3 Oil IMITATIONS, memory are too much food, too much land, all but completely helpless. The Klpllnu- llltten I17 a Doe;. in the ease against tho men accused of Appointed ItecaUer. physical exercise, and, strangely aid of the navy was ihoked to search Londo. July 17. Uudyard Kipling's Nkw Yoiik, July 18. James Maguire, lortno steamer befote it was round. lynching the Humphries. enough, too much education. The poison was placed in a water right thumb has been bitten by a dog cashier of the National Stato bank of Abpxuagvb is so plentiful on tho The liner Oahu founder-- J at sea rhilo a voyage from Grcyouth to Dune-di- pitcher in tho house of Mrs. Moore. and is considerably inflamed. He car- Kllzabeth, N. J., was Monday appointRussian steppes that the cattle eat it Her little girls West touu Srrup. Tastos OwjX Use like grass. The seeds are sometime thirsty and ries his arm in a sling, but it is not ed receiver of the Middlesex county and the crow ot fco tfas lost. Th Sold br drnulsts. dried and used as a substitute for cof- disaster waa due to overloading their mother gave each a drink" from thought that tlus injury may hare sari bank of Pcrtli Amboy, N. J., which th fee, ; Cashier George M, Valentino iho pltcbsr. Death followed instantly. ov consequences. rcaseL wrecked. iBT t , Manila, July IT. 18, HICKMAN, i t Steamship Olvmpla Hrings Interesting News From China ami Japau. Newspaper Correspondents at Manila Unite In an Effort to Secure Abatement A statement Made. Treaty Retwoen the United rite Men Iteporteit Killed Kjr. Clay County, War lletween the t'hllput and Morris Factious. 18. A Lies the Head That Wears a Crown' But such Arc not the onfo uneAsv lir.tdi. LouisviLi.K, Ky.. i special I isverworHea,Andur.issca, Anxious people both sexes Are uneAsy of All Ages report t, f cfwcdS SaUahaxl w.-raTOa- - ot I s pro-cceuu- re. While-RaVe- e dlr I I "e "Btfctorr. mill-tar- y lc ...... !..,...,.rnt . . I ... a a ,.aJ I 1 ex-m- c ultra-optimist- ic ts - Seoul-Wous- al '-'3 "'fiy aaat m 39.--Pu- ck. F.a-pin- llin-ma- n Non-Unio- n n Pc-run-a non-unio- n three-quart- er non-unio- n . s 0. Hart-ma- y, x n, - r-- n, "'"s -- . t Ms rfrAr rJiiStoLifci. j vil,..;j.V.V. A- - nj TAILOR IS NAMED. He Will ard-Hearcr He ., duly 18. The Matin Monday rrorning publisher a statement by Colorado Itaglmont ntarts for llomaian- - lotute Ferdinand Walsin IMerhazy. on lieh he says that he wiote the Uy Oihr Volmiloer Ilclnients ulll SECRETLY MARRIED. NEGRO STATE TICKET. by order of Col. Sandherr and Lv I.ator ruf, hrburauan (omliig on Hoard IhaCliluis. '"U it wu-- sent to the house of Col. Captured liar Ulster's wnrthrart, Xanurad TO NOMINATED BY ACCLAMATION. fam Colored .Slett 1 1 Iitn-toii- , f)liatl hartzkoppen. then military a Dlvorcr and Now Marries Had With laylor'a Nomination. Will at thu German embassy in Paris, Manila. July 17. It in reported that Ills first Ixivn Havo a Tlckat of 1 hair Own. .John Marshall, of Louisville, Wan the Filipino junta, will bo removed wheniv it was returned to tho war of- LoutsviLl.K. Ky., July IT. -- It leaked Unutiimoiixly Col. ScllW.irtzkotmrn. from lions Koti"; to the Ulattd of Lcb-un- Aw. Lkxinoto.v, Ky.,July 13. Some of the) for the Of-iwlno- nt out Sunday that Charles Wright, who Negroes of Lexington arc still dissatis.t Ilritlsh colony hlx miles fiom that time iii ltcrlln, never saw tho lice of Licutcuiiut (iovcrnor. tho northwest coast ot ltorneo, ntt the which was forged in order to was a soldier in the late war. had fied with the nomination of Gen. Tayupply material proof of tho guilt of been secretly married at Jefferson-vill- c lor for governor and an effort will bo Atuorlcnn olllciaU have watched the Caleb I'on.ti, of Knui County. Wti Nooil. e by Magistrate Hause to Miss members of the junta fco closely nt I'rcyfui mado by them to defeat him. A numaatnl for .rrrlary of Mitt-- i on the Ti,c statement contains the assertion Lamasters. Wright was recently ber of prominent Negroes of this city Honir ICon; that the latter have found tlr.t llllnt lh I'Ulforiu it Irnpoibtblo to supply the Insurgents that secret agents In Ilcrlln whose divorced from his first wife and held a mass meeting Thursday afterKmlorsas McKlnley. testimony it was impossible to use had thereby hangs a talc. Years ago he noon with several members of tho with arms. The transjMjrt Warren snlU Sunda-witdemonstrated that leakages had oc- wus engaged to marry his present help- Hambrick delegation of Louisville and the Colorado regiment, MaJ. ltr.td-le- curred in thcw.tr ofllec and the fact mate, but tho courso of love did not decided to place a Negro ticket in this Til It TICKT. Oovernor Strong, and Maj. Yottnp, of tho su- that treason existed was undeniablo run smoothly and thoy had a quarrel. field this fall. WM. H TATLOU. preme court, who is point; to Utah for nnd everything indicated Dreyfus as Miss Nannie Lamaster. a sister of A conference will be held in LouisLieutenant Governor Addie's, appeared on tho scene as a ville next Friday afternoon and a a vacation, on board. Prof. Schtinnnn the traitor. JOHN MAItaiMLL All the war ministers, the will arrive at San Frnncloeo on board Saetctary of Mute statement peacemaker. Wright was o charmed ticket nominated. Dr. E. E. Underthe Chltin. further says, knew the facts am! with the intermediary that ho at once wood, of Frankfort, W. IL Stcwatt, of oai.kii rowE!ii attorney Uoricral Wasimxotox, July 10. Tho war de mougnt the forgery of the bordereau began a wooing that knew no failure. Louisville, and Editor K. C. O. cmiton j nuxr. partment has received tho following necessary. The evidence implicating The other sister was forgot. of this city, aro at the head of Auditor Finally he was successful and mar- the movement ana one of three will cable: Dreyfus were the words of Col. n. hwRKNtr. joii.i "Manila, July 15. Adjutant Gen- Miwartzkoppcn's own mouth. Gens. ried Nannie. They lived together un- receive tho nomination for governor. Treasurer eral, Washington: Twenty Inches of Jlercicr, Dcllolsdcflro and Gonczkncw til Wright joined the array. When he They have no idea of winning but w.u.Tm K. UtT. Aupcrlutendititof t'tiblle Instruction rain July, attended by typhoons, made tha tho bordereau wus forged and that returned from Cuba his wife was wait- they claim that ahey will cause Taylor JOHN II1IIIKK. leaving of transports impossible. At Dreyfus was Illegally but justly con- ing for him and they seemed to bo to lose colored votes. Commissioner ef Aitr.cultur perfectly happy. Suddenly a squall Xcgros, impossible to unload Otlt In- victed. JOHN W TltllOCKMOItTO!. P0LITICAL MOVEMENT. arose and a suit for divorce was filed fantry until last day or two. Califor- IS AGAIN SUING FOR PEACE. by tho husband. It was granted is now loading; Colorado's leave tonia and l.J'INOTO.s. Ky.. July II After two days ot a week later he was joined in the tio Mops Taken Looking to the Nomination ablrtnlsblni; it aelcrates to the republican morrow on Warren; Idaho's, North Da- l'rrslileiit McKlnlay of a Democratic Tlckat In Opposillrcelved Dispatches that binds to lib original sweetheart. convention Wrdnelay mel for butilness. The kota's antl Wyoming's next week, toon tion to the Una Headed by UoebeL ''"" district meeting ware held durloir Hid fore" "Us. Which Ha lias What caused this remarkable sequel M transport Grant can be loaded. Withheld From the Public noon and the contention In tho can not be learned. Strange to say. Louisville, Ky., July 10. At a "Otis." Wahhinotox, July 18. Important the sisters have always remained good meeting of the Jo Blackburn DemoTbodl.trlct meettnj roulted In Ta)lor MURDERER SHOT TO DEATH. cablegrams have been received r moa three of at tho friends. Wright, when he applied for cratic club Friday night steps were tsc eleven dlstrlel. This Is the ilalm of the state department from tho Philippine enlistment in the army, was refused. taken looking to the nomination of a opposition while the Tajrlor "e" claim eight The Jailer Outwitted by Mob and 61 commission and at the war depart Going to a barber he had his hair dyed, democratic state ticket in opposition positively, eeace-lone lo tho upposl.lon with Bmltli, tha Alleged Slayar of Wm. ment from Gen. Otis concerning shaved off his beard and in a new suit to the one headed by William Gocbel two dlslrlus divided. Hell, Was Killed In Ills Call. a new move in tho direction of of clothes again made application and for governor. Resolutions were adoptThe following I the committee on resolution : ed denouncing the action of the recent peace. These, dlspntchcs havo been was successful. GAINKSVIM.K, Ga., July 17. SI Smith, 1'irst district W. I. Took state convention, and appointing a in the hands of tho president GEN. WM. S. TAYLOR. Seeend K. U Hebrew the Habersham county farmer who committee to for several days, but he has dewith dissentThird-H. Jones. killed Wni. Hell, the commercial travclined to make them public, because Tha Kepnbllcan Candidate for Governor ing democrats in other parts of tha W. eler from Atlanta several months ago, lt(lh-- U II (Jilatl state. of Kentucky Was Born In a Log Cabin views heretofore was shot to death in the jail here Sat- the MkUi T. it UUhei. on the Uanksof Oroen Hirer In 18.13. received from the same source have I'ardons for Maclstratrs. urday morning. Sere nth -- Samuel It. Smith. Fiiaxkfoht, Ky., July 16. Gov. IlradJ'.lghlh-llruJ. Cay. About midnight Sheriff Munday, not been borne out by subsequent Lkxixotox, Ky., July 14. William ley Friday The latest dispatches, howNinth Ol.trlct It. C Weaver. granted pardons to four who lives at the jail, was awakened by events. county, the Muhlenberg county magistrates. They Tenth Dlstrlel W. J. Se Is. ever, are more encouraging than the Sylvester Taylor, of a man nt his door, who, when the sherrepublican candidato for governor of were under Klevetith Dl.lrlct J A. Morrison. indictment for alleged iff answered tho summons, stated that previous ones, but tho president wishes Kentucky, No new stale central oommliuic Is selected was born October 10. 1853. malfcasanco in ofllec. The specific ofto have sfjmo positive remits before he was tho sheriff of Gilmer county thU yr. TiiU committee U changed onlj In For secretary of stale the following wern in a typical log cabin on tho banks of fense consisted in having allowed tho presidential years. The Tailor did not presented. Thomaa J. Young, of Maths J. 11. nnd that ho had a prisoner he wanted miking them public. All that can be Green river, five miles from Morgan-tow- county judge a fee of S30 for raw the line at closely on the committal on llrtnnett. ot Greenup, Harlan T. Healty, of to havo locked up certain for the night Is leirned definitely about them in that Ho worked on his father's farm, work, which was resolutions at on credentials, and Ca cb Towers, ot Knox: Caleb a in excess of the stattho dark Sheriff Munday could set direct overtures for peace havo been and for a few years ho taught school. I.rxtxiTO.V Ky , July U- -Il was .some tltno was chosen on Ibe flrsl ballot. lde to Gen. Otis by Agulnaldo and utory allowance. Gov. Ilradley, in after J p in. hen CM llarnelt, eholrmin of Tbe following were presented for attorney nothing but three or four men jus He mado stump speeches while a canoutside tho building attd, hurriedly fccm0 of the principal leaders. It was didato for county clork. During his granting tho pardons, said the indict the state outnin. tire, callcl tbo convention lo general Clifton J. Trait, of Hopkins, ments wcro unjust and probably in eider Tbo Urge auditorium on lbs (.'hamuli-ju- a IL llamsry. of Laurel, O. IL C Hums, of dressing himself, appeared at the en; "id by a cabinet official Monday nicht that If tho promises aro fulfilled the term ho read law and was admitted spired by politics. KroiiDds was elaborately decorated and It ll.ijd.O S. Dcmlng. of Hobertson. lly actual trance to the jail building. Gathered to the bar whtn out of office. a rrow..ed. The capacity l for 1.0) und count, V seconding speeches were uiado In about it we.'o sotnu eight or ten men, Volunteers now belncr enlisted will not In l'oitmaater Mangled bjr m Train. 18S9, atandlni; room vra In demsnd Tho ladle of proton ting thee lumrs. It broke all oratorfor tho first time fce .needed. all of whom woro armed. Tho shcri f.f the u Ora.s district were largely ical records, but drove nearly ull tha delegate Ky., July 15. C T. llar,- In tho lilstory of the county, a repub- took them for aherlfts. i,CEhe.4oacJer of In ibn udleiir Th ntixim of lo the cUret punch barrels. VoaMnaater at fcddyvUlc'SKy?, iUjlUiUUUAW UAl'lUKfcD; llcan ticket wan elected, 1 nylor bolng 'crTw'atTliiwrrtrVbWtYto' Kanfi Vnilrtlsed tbe was" nomlniu-Trail attorney general. inc mou sicppeti lorwaru antl oir tho candidato tor county iudtrc. Ho inoruing euner lcll or v Tor auditor of male th names of John S. lare crowd with lllxlo and national alt "Here, come hcrc,"uliifr a natno thj rhaWotorlou Crlmlimt Arretted In .Vaw was a delegate to tho Chicago conven- lamped from atTTlIinofsgchtratwtramwswaawywWlai Prayer w 0.1oim1 byllean J. M. Iowla. of Kweenry, of Itourbon, T J. Hardin, of Oxen, Verk by .Members of the l'lnkerton tion of 1SSS, and was jsdgcin at a station which the train passed the MpUmjul rhuioh and W li ( ulchlngs. of t,surL were Die. sheriff docs not now recall. Tho man Volitional Detective Agency. stepped forward with his hands bound, Secretary Hampton rend the call for tho 18'JO. iMsnted. Ho has bctm Third district mem- without stopping. Ho had both legs. and in every way played well tho rolo after which Chairman Harnett con Sweeney reeeheil I.S7I voles and was de ber of the state ommittee sinco 1SS0. one arm broken and skull fractured NKwVoitK, July IS. Timothy J. trmtutated lb party on the f inr WV auplce clared the nominee. Hardin and Cutcbingi assigned to hi in. As he advanced those In 1805 he was 'Icctcd attorney gen- and was badly mangled in under w blob the eonvcHtutti uwaiiUl due lo withdrew before Iho vote was counted. alLs Timothy Murphy, a notori eral of Kcntucl r. around him closed in, and in a few seca trestle. He is fatally inlbs fulfillment of republican rvmlte thai tiav John Ilurke, of Campbell county, wis nomicriliinal, was arrested Monday jured. Hanbcrry was returning from onds tho entire crowd wns insido tho ous brought about an on of prosperity, terminated nated for superintendent of publlo Instruction, b Deputy THE BLUE AND THE GRAY. tho state convention at Lexington. triumpbantty a grout lnl eul the lait ami John W. Throckmorton, of rnyette, for building. Then a gun was thrown in rjightMcAveeny, United States Mar-iihTtHtige of aeotlsnal reeling bad brought good coromlttslancr of agriculture. Post Office Inspector He has a family. Muoday's faco and the keys were de and Soldiers will a well a prtwpcrtly Walter IL Day. of Itrrathltt, was unanimantled. Tho sheriff saw what was Jacobs and Assistant Superintendent Kentucky's Quota. Mr lUraett then announced tbo temporary mously nominated for state treasurer Will Hold a Joint Iteunlon at Kllzabeth. up nnd remarked: "Tho keys arc down George S, Doaghcrty, of Pinkcrton's Louisville, Ky July 13. Maj.O'Con-ncl- l, Cter of lh tHHirantion n selected Tueeduy Tbe closing hours of th6 convention were town August 24. and 33. national detective agency. Ilogan is of the local recruiting station, nlhl. and lntrituco4 an tbe temporary rhali-tn- very stormy, and, tor more than an hour. In- stairs.'' (Hicrcaiisan Vlnoenl Morels, who wu tense excitement prevailed becauo of an arbi"Well, get them quick," replied tho wanted in several States, and has an Glizauktiitowx, Ky., July 11. The has received orders from Washington rccelvod with an natl.ui. trary ruling of Chairman Dreathltt In tbe race leader. unexpired term wuillug for hint on soland tho to at once enlist 500 men for service in Chairman Ilorelnir rvrlewnt tbe btatory of for oommislener of agriculture, but cooler Sheriff Munday hurried down the Illackwell's Island. diers of tho Fourth Kentucky congres- the Philippines. This is Kentucky's Kenweky pallttM during tho pat four yonr brud protallcil and the contention adjourned Ills last escape was from the Columsional district have arranged and ef- quota of the 10,000 volunteers recently tied or retHibliean adintnUtnttlon. predlHlng after lKi!lHg raoolutlons Ihnnklng the city ot stairway followed by tho two men. Half way down the stnirs ho wns bus, 0., penitentiary on the morning fected plans to hold a joint reunion decided on. They will be 'enlisted for tha election of another rcpubltaan atale I.ailngum for f.nors shown nnd Chairman ticket and Ilia ulaotoral rota again for brought to a sudden stop by tho rattle of May 8, lS'Ju. He was serving a Ilrealbltt for tnlr nnd Imimrtlnl rulings. at Elizabcthtown Angust 21 and 25. two years. Thoso who arc enlisted Tho contention did not aajouru until ntlcr 7 of Urciirun in tho room ho had just sentence at the Ohio penitentiary The reunion is now being broadly ad- here will bo sent to Ft. Thomas, Ky., Tho II oacreaatHal dUlrleU were catM u'eloek Thursday night, having been In con left. Wheeling around, ho bounded and succeeded in getting himself smugvertised by circulars and in local news- to become members of tho 31st regiowl reported tholr reapeclhe raembera of tha tluuous sosslou for ten hours. The began at P a. m. and tho oonvcntlon refused to up the steps until he reached tho cage gled through the gates while concealed papers nnd bids fair to be a grand suc ment. ootuuitlte A long detate incurred on a motion to refer take any recess at neon for luncheon or ThursIn which Smith was confined. Upon ex- In a packing case. Hogan will bo at cess, as both branches of these old A Unique Organization. alt roMtlulMM wllboul reading nr dobate. A day evening for supper amination he found that Smith had onco returned to the Columbus au- heroes aro more than anxious to hold FiiANKFoitT, Ky., July 15. A rather thU inauoa nat tallavod to t) Intended to anThe atato control corrmlttee wilt meet At been shot six times and was thorities. such a meeting here. In preparing to unique association, the Kentucky Abdead. of pro'.tnl trm tbo colored LosiUvllIe, July 2a, to bold n conferenea with ticipate entertain the boys who wore the blue stainers of Warsaw, Gallatin count; men agalnal (Sen. Taylor. Il brought out tha all ot the candidates nnd leading men In the colored orator In grai tebomenco. Tha chairA BIG BLAZE AT GALLATIN. BY A PAIR OF SUSPENDERS. and tho boys who wore the gray tho has been organized by filing incorporparty. The oall wus issued by ( halrman man Hiinlljr ruled Ilia motion out of urilor until Thursday night At thU tho date of the merchants and other business men, lhey itsd tho Life of Ch.irlra I. Itockel, and, in fact, all citizens who aro able, ation articles in the otlicc of the secretbe report of the eomtlll on ruliv. and onlrr opening ot the oampstgu and demits of tha beirral Ilulldlnga Destrujt-ilKntnlllng; a tary of state. It is to continue "1.00J of bulnei bad bean udoptsd. a ltunner for tbo Metropolitan plan of oomluotlng II will bo agreed on Loss of .About 813,1,1)00, Willi contributed a largo sum of money to years, or until its members all die, "aud Tbe rommtttea or permanent oriratiltttloi 1 In nk, The tiro youngest men on tho ticket arc Ox of New Urleau- 800,000 Insurunco. make the good work a success. Dr. G. each upon joining must take a solemn reported Jitdge Junior llroullittt, of lloUItu-tV.- r lab Towers, of Knox, for secretary of statr forrbalrmuu awl Albert & White, oolor-t- and Waller D.tr, of llrcathltt. for treasurei Nbw Oiilkans, July 13. A pair of W. Waddle, of Elizabcthtown, and oath that he will not drink intoxicants. GAi.i.ATtx, Tenn., July 17. The most i'f I0jUlllc. f r aooretary. Judge Ilraathltt To wont Is 31, but haa already served two term, Gen. Ed 11. Hobson, of Greensburg, Its officials arc chief abstainer and bddio.ietl tho eoHveaUon ott tha bututta of tbu as county sehoot aupcrlntondont o bis count; disastrous flro in tho history of this susponders saved tho life of Cliarlcs L. Hockcl, runner for the Metropolitan Ky., aro tho instigators of tho raiiipHbrtt. vice abstainer. Dar Is about tho soma age as Towers. lUdir prosperous nnd progressive Tennessee on rt aa prorldoJ for Sweeney Is the oldest man on tho Tha majority ticket town broke out in the rear of banlc, Mondny. liocicel had just enAdJU Cubell a Captain. tUa roforeHce of tnoliitlnn wllboul debato. Ho Is In tbe sixties, while Juitgo Mint at Ills Wife. tered Trait A. I). Fitygcrnld'a wholesale MiDOLESiior.o, Ky., July 13. It is wed tbe minority rourt for Immediate cwimri-- t stands next to him at 51, or and vthen the bank to begin his duties years tho sensix IIexdersox, Ky., July 12. .Too A. Gngclhart Dieber. a discharged rutall grocery house, nt 8:1.1 Sunday ration. confirmed from Washington that W. E. ior of iho nominee for gotornor Tbe majority report wita adoptexl. Then ex night. Within two hours tho whole soldier of the 2d Louisiana, who had Itudy, n member of the pollco force, in Cabell, late adjutant of tho 2d KenMonday coagreaatnun I'. (1 Culatim to n jvolnlof SMELTING WORKS BURNED. south side of the public square and a been hanging around the bank build-i- n fit of rago or intoxication, ono at tucky volunteers, has been appointed a order that tho tote had bean latum on tbo maall morning, blipped up behind evening fired two pistol shots, half block on South Wnter captain in tho army. no will be aswere jority report without lonahtemlios or any volo 1 tin Tliint of the CJruiit hit wife nnd tho other at her sister. signed to staff duty probably with Gen. lunisi City Smalt- - in ashes.. Tho Fitzgerald street was hint and taking deliberate nim, fired. on tho minority report. After u low; debato hottso I lining Co. nt 111 I'nso, lug und Tho bullet struck tho juuetttre of He wns disarmed by neighbors who ou thla quettlon thecontautlon look u rcooM completely gutted within n fow mln Wheeler. lex., the oremtof Tiro. until it. m ThurMluy. utes, nnd the Unities spread right and Roekcl's .suspenders nnd carried it into came in. Neither shot was effective. Drivor Kills Himself. Lruci.MiTu.v. Ky., July II -- Tho auditorium joh to .M. lies' tlry goods storo In tho tho man's back. When tho suspenders He was placed under the intlucncs of a Kl. I 'A so, Tex., July It. At !l o'clock .. uu.ulid ngitln trben tho republican atato Lkxixotox, Ky., July 14. Charles pulled from tho wound, tho bullet powerful opiate. eouth side block, and F. P. Dillard'i convention itut'.tcmbled abarllj after 0 u. in., Friday morning tho great Mnelting Funk, 33, unmarried, committed suicame out with them, llleber says l'olsou In the Itrend. plant of tho Consolidated Kansas City bookstore. Thuridny. Stnndiitif room wat In dnmaniL cide Thursday afternoon by shooting when ho went to tho war ho gave his Tho opera house block, the lower GitAVSov, Ky., July 15. A Thuro woro ovor I,7u0 otex and homo rontrili Smelting & Uotlnltt" Co. in this city himself through tho head with rcre aettled by koattng both ileleatlonii with was on tire, nnd no tolepltono messago floor of which wns occupied by Giving deposit book for SS05 to Hockcl and daughter of David Criswcll, a ulmlMolo oarb, o the dcletfittci and thnt tho latter drew out tho money and farmer at Leon, Ky., died nnd all tho callbor pistol. Ho drovo a wagon for Co., could bo gotten from there. The lire llros. hardware; Louisville rvlonc tn.i'lo u lartje aud.cnoe, and tbo atTho driver of tho refused to return it to him. Iloekol is members of tho family nre in a danger- Nottnttgcls & Co. tendance of UMtor was alM) tery largo. Tho department of this city has left for store, dry goods; Hrodcrick ,fc Lane, satno wngon suicided four yenrs ago. milliners, nnd William Smith, grocer painfully wounded. tho scene of tho cottilngration. ous condition from poison put into tho llrti thing lit onlor was the repor on Hon. J. W. Ycrkctt rciiorttxl ihe follow-InKentucky l'ost Office Discontinued. At HMO (um., word from tho bceue of les, was next cnught, and wholly debread. There is no clow to the manner Veterun Mate Kinptoyn. platform a n ttiiutiimous report from his tho tiro was to tho eiTeet that tho stroyed. Tho house of II. U. poisoned. Washington, July 14. The post Lucas FrtA.NKKOUT, Ky., July IS. L'dward Sy which the bread was committee, und It was adopted: smelting works tiro totally destroyed, grocer, nnd tho post ofllco building llensley, of this city, aged 07 years, died nt Marble, Tlreathltt county, Ky., Slayer In Custody. TIIK I't.tlKOIIM but tho flro Ih now under control and wcro tho next to catch. Mail to Jack-has been discontinued. Monday, Ho was clerk in the state Paimsvillk, Ky., July 17. Sheriff Tho platform In part U ui followsAt this hour it is imposslblo to pre- auditor's olllue tho smelting buildings aro out of dan for 10 years under demo- Powers nnd Frank Atkinson, of plcdgo tho republican ptrty of Kentucky We No estimate of tho loss can be pare a correct list of losses, all of cratic administrations. His The Klsslnc Ituj;. to the onactment of till tuch lawa uh may be ger. only daugh county, passed through horo which will aggregate Sl'.'S.OOO, with ter i tho wife obtained. nrcenaary to prevent lru k, pooh, combinaBkavkp. Dam, Ky., July 14. Miss K. of Commander C. navlug in custody Floyd Ilicc, who nbout 500.000 insuranco ou stocks and Colahau, who served on tions or other organlza.lonH from comblnlnif (lubblad by tbo Trust. tho cruiser shot and killed Harland Trnco a few Virgllino Hocker was tho first victim todcprecl.i.o below Its real value any arllolo, N. Y., July 14, It is buildings. TI.ATTHIIUIIO, of tho "kissing bug" In this section. Detroit during tho Spanish war, un article, or to redays ago. or to enhance tho reported on good authority that tho tho proper emolument of lalor. duce Iteuaetlons la Duties. Shot Himself to Death. l'etltlons In Bankruptcy. A Member of thn Union Veteran 'League. Wu congratulate the republican party that American Stool nnd Wire Co. has purLoxnox, July 17. The Ilucnos Ayrci Lkxixotox, Ky., July 15. Charles FnA.iKFOHT, Ky., July 15. Tho folPiTTSiiuitoii, Pa., July 18. Maj. Gen. existing federal legislation for tho upi reu- chased tho iron mines and mining propcorrespondent of tho Times says wcro Funk, aged 83, single, a driver for nion ot hurmful trintn, pooli and comblna-iloerty of. Wltherboe, Sherman & Co., at tho new treaty between Argentina thai Nelson A. Miles, whllo hero several lowing petitions in bankruptcy John- Nottnagcl's llourlng mills, committed and weeks ago, mado application for memthe work ot a republican congreti Stuart A. Thursday: filed hero Port Henry, Kssox county, N. V, Tho the United Stntes gives reductions in during the admlnlttratton ot a repubWm. suicide by shooting himself through price paid is said to havo been 31.5D0,- - tho duties on Argentine ougar, hldej bership in Pittsburgh encampment No. son, Shclbyvllle, liabilities 85,031; lican president, and wo congratulato tho coun1, Union Voteran legion. At tho stated Gstil, Wyoming, Hath county, liabili- tho head. He loft a note addressed to In the aupproxiton ot Injurious try that 000. and wool and on American oanncd j his mother in which ho said trouble meeting Monday night ho was unani- ties, 55,000, assets 33,000. republican legNUtlon haa iad In the goods, timber and certnin foods. Gorman's Illness Not berloaa. caused him to commit the deed anil past, m It will hnvo In the future, due regard mously elected. Killed a Judge. MaonoMA, Mass., July H. United asked for forgiveness. for the Intereatt of I, ultimate business, the lien. Wheeler In San Franelsea. Arthur A. Llbby Kxplres. lUr.iiouiisviLLK, Ky., July 15. Jesse purpoaea ot sui'h legislation being the rcmisly States Senator Arthur P. Gorman, Sam Fbahcisco, July 17. Gen. Jo hanator Lindsay Aceepta. wrong, mid not cmburrastiner.t tc It dustry, who is staying here, and who haa been Chicago, July 18. Arthur A. Libby, Fields has been acquitted of the murfor Wheeler spoat a quiet Sunday with hl founder entcrprlx) or thrift. Fiiaxkfoht, Ky., July 10. Senator of tho big Chicago packing der of Judge Comb. The jury in the somewhat indisposed, owlu It is said, Wa endorse, without reiorvs, tho adminischange from his accustomed daughter. Miss Annlo Wheeler. lit firm of Llbby, McNeill Jfc Llbby, died case returned a verdict of not guilty Lindsay has accepted an iuvitatlon to tration ot l'roaldent McKlntey, und congratu- to the was busy most of the day attending U at Pasadena, Cal., Monday after a pro. at 7:30 o'clock Thursday morning- - The address the National Bar association, lato tho American people upon tha condition surroundings, was greatly Improved his extensive correspondence. at Buffalo, August 0. longed illness. verdict caused no surprise. I prospeilty aad happlaco radultlae froat tha Thursday. Ilia lllneu was tMt tartou alb-renco ut the Republican Stand- in the liluo Ornss State. Soli-ctc- trj-a- n after-noo- n. Iheontl-Tarlo- W. r"eurth-Jeor- ife Ir-- lus wUdorn and patriotism whiah he hM brought to tliaill.dlnirge of his pubtlo duties. Wa declare our confldouce In the polloiaa adopted and thn mnaiure taken by the pratU dant to rjtom order and Ut 01UMMI1 progres-alv- o goveinmiuta In Cuba, l'orto Klco and the PhlllppliiM, and wo plelge him our oonllnuoua aupi ort until these objoou nro attain, d. We reartlrm our to prmalplra und to policial proclaimed br the I ist national re. publican convention, except m to tho civil nerrle Wo It a settltit lieond that me tnulntenihrenf a ound currrnoy through r'pnbliu in adminlstrullo:i and n U tbo tounilaitoti upon which rein I lie woxt remarkable jwrliHl of linlutn:il prjg-re. commerclul iicililty .l. aacral P'rlty within tha pl of of J liri United Stjttii. Wo commend the present aniendnient of civil service rulca by ibe prr!dn , .md our belief that furtlie.- - mudilluillon ot cxNtlng civil ncrvlro legl.latton mabemade with advnntugo to tbo publlo service. A lirgo par of the todc nunctatlun ot the Ousbel election law, the McChord railway law and other democratic mcimrei pasurd over the governor' veto. The administration of Got. Ilradley it warmly rotntnended. lleforo the call of thedlttrlcls for tho for governor, t'apt. S. IL tstom took-th- e platform and creuted u moit rx'ltlnj kceno by withdrawing his tiamo and prcacnting th name of Hon. W. S. Taylor Then Judge Clifton J l'ralt, the other candidate for governor, followod Stono In another atlrrlng speech ot withdrawal, and seconded the nomination of Taylor, which was made unanimously by acclamation amid the wlldritt demonstrations of the enthusiastic delegatus. A committee was then sent for Ocn. Taylor When Oph Taylor appeared upon tho stage, Senator Deboo mild: "1 hare tho honor of Introducing to jou Oen. W. S. Taylor, tbo next governor ot Kentucky." Oen. Taylor said In psrti I accopl this nomination upon tho platform of splendid principles which you bate just adopted, btrlfe shall ceasa with the adjournment ot this convention, and It then shall become tbe battle of the people. If elected gotrrnor I pledge la ci cry man In this grand old commonwealth a frco ballot and a fair count." hum Mnllh, a colored delegato from Owens boro. said "I am a lorer of my race. : tin a republican. I led the tight against Taylor's nomination. In behalf ot the colored people I will say now that we are with you. 'This Is not tae Negro race of 3D years ago. Wc want to have something to say about thn campaign. Wo watit to be Inviu-- J to apvalc on the stump. Tor my part I don't want social equality. Tarre ore a great many while men I would not let come Into my pa ty." Smith was vigorously applauded. for lieutenant governor. John Marshall, of loulstl!le. und I) J llorchetl, of Lawrcnco county, were presentod. Marshall was nom Inated. The choice was tnado unanimous. Deboc wsnted the convention to adjourn at I o'clock, but bo was mat with a storm of legH-lallvx, pr-.ro nom-Icutlpro-tes- ta. FILIPINO JUNTA. Urported It Will Ho Jlomovcrt From lloiitr Kong to Island of Labi aa COMTEESTERHAZY WROTE IT. a 19 Jlord.re.u H'as WrltUi, by OrU.r of Cob 6an.llir.r-- lt Was Nrc...ry to hix the C'rlinr n Dreyfus. t&Z&GWC1eZ&ftr$&$9p STATE NEWS PICK-UP- S. 3 i.sum. . . bot-T,- aii I , at-'iii- e n, - bor-dcr-a- I Ad-di- h y Itcn-jaml- n, ultta-optlmist- tw-- n n. 1. I'ow-er- WU-Ha- m 11 lepre-mle- d )! lS' "j Ho-ga- n, falling-throug- r al an flve-yc- ar he-il- on liar-na- il , . xl turt -- ro-t- o n' 1 uv aH' alter-nnt- 4 resolu-tloii- u' of-fi-co ns 1 combl-nation- s, I"?"- - WMWIIW,l,MWWI,pllwiw.MHl'"l','l" Oe-ALTNEWS. IVI ifWOwlM.. ' OKynwiU''W'-.- T i Going to Ku -- . . ri I This Spring? ) Wo can fnrnUh you with every-- i thing needed to build with . . . at . . . might inlvoenfe. triffiir nmffffae whole tho advantage, of thin plain B are many "1 niav bo easily (iidhj Queciwwiiro nt Siiaw'h, iJ U tt M fSU By Hon. R. C Talbott. cateil, but tlu'hiil'jer.l being new' Good roads ami prosperity are linkthose qtlPHtloiiH niise: ed together. First Are theie any Intent ills Tho voters of nil political par-tiowo present to yon "The Big HyHX'ii1 uiTungemi'iit with th" publisher of The American, advantages Unit would counter Contest. Nnohviile, T mi , we aro enabled to offer for a limited time only a year's sub- will find something to inter-es- t hiilance the ad vantages! ....... ...I...... ll ..1 2... 1. .. ... fl.tl 1. III I,. J Deputy Sheritr, George Carpenter, . iu 1111 V.7V " ;'. VM .' TV:"1.. thorn m tho following nrticlo l'K.lJr Aimnininim aiMiit iriirn (tmmitll Am NIK!. "i :i ii i i? i tr.ii mMa i r lutiii .,, Let it be distinctly uuderMttMMl it. n.tiiit went to Pulton Sunday. til " n h limy ho pointed out, with iinniunp in which we copy from n local aires reiiui lion in tee regular snieruiiicn price oi our paper, nor is Tho Methodists of Fulton are conth ri n tin, timi in the price of he Weekly Amirlemi, eiuhof which out remedy! ducting a big tent meeting Third Would any lioimtilutlnii Is ui iTIhk pru is jinii'c spciial for this contest only) Every person taking A Xoicl Suggestion (lie wr To-day - 'ELECTION SUGGESTIONS' ho m BIG i .- CONTEST." Semi-Weekl1 nuiim-iimiii- ' p . I Uiiiw.i-!.ii.l?,.k- - r i - I r-- f -' e: n-- i x I VERY LOWEST PRICES, nominations for otlloof AT ArCTION. Tho following method of attain, ing that end has occurred to mo, Mr. If. 1 Scbott wants to go to P. &WTS. and its hearty endorsement by Congrefls from ono of the Ohio! FREE SILVER Uiobo to whom I havo mentioned it in private. Is my reason for mak- distriuts, and proposes that the! ing it public; if it npponrs to moot Republican nomination be given tho approval of tho people to the highest bidder, Martini: Railroad Time TuM. tho next Legislature may with a bid himself of $10 000. ' If bo asked to tako somo action on Congressmen are to pay for the N., 0. & St. L. It. It. Opons July 24, 1809, and OIohos Octobor 31, 1890, honor,'' he says. "It should bo Big towns and little ones aro gutting this subject. AKltlVF.S: LtAVBS: up schemes to advertise themselves. Without holdiug any primary done in a straightforward und leuiiviu jHuikLiuu ui iuu viyu. Train No. M at 9:30 p. in. Train No. M, 2. IS hi. Tho host ads for a town is a well con. ,ii..i,.,i.i, ,.,.i..i,i,ii,i, r election or convention, lot the gitimate way that will do the most cy' Train No. 3, at 2.0S p. m. Train No. I, ducted newspaper. nam 08 of all candidates for ench good to the community, Instead Tiptouvillo Pre8 : Mrs. Amberg and odloo bo placed on tho ballots at of prostituting liberty and gov. GOEBEL DENIES her most charming yoniig daughter, the gouoral election. The Do mo- - eminent by buying votes." Mr. Miss Irene, of Hickman, ky,, are visitHow many words will appoar on tho First Pago of cratic tickot for each oflloo on the'Scliott's proposition is delliilte ing 1 Irs. Lizzie Hines. ballot can embrace tho names of ami positive. Perhaps it will not Tno Seml-wookAmerican, ot Nashvillo, Tonuoeaoo, He Ever Promised Stone. That "r. Bruce Henry suffered sonic ugof tho issue of Thuraduy, Novombor 2, 1899? ly injuries Tuesday by being thrown all who wish to run on that ticket; commend Itself less strongly iu on railroad track on the Republican ticket the imtnos Ohio because it appeals more from In refutation of (be charge Hint river his wagon thonot serious. of nil candidates who wish to run forcibly as a business reform than Ofront. Injuries Goebel promised to withdraw hit K.XI'UNNATIOSS-etNialliDalra tvtr wofil liwlnjlnic llrllln. tlio markunit Abt.fUtloo. Mr. A. P. Sells will leave or on that ticket, and so on of other us an ethical. Courier-Journaltor nuralHr ami all khk ttn4 ' lr n1, """ name as a candidate nml throw for Briukloy, Ark. He will political parties. A stencil mark "" All aWllkmt ctmaiH a On " tor Ocawrat, :utrr. " fer Trtiiiftw, tie All "Tmii "KVOl'TliY To HK WIS!li:. (Htuinra, Not 2, H, nM tx Uiri that bl imagWr a roaltd aa m war, a, for hira tMla his influence to aeonre the nomi canvassbroom. Stato in the in'erest of a opposlto tho namo of any canditl All 'A'i." o ' or olbr 4eIs ItUttt ortvr at ord ar i l counlrO aa ouch' Wo wish him succe.vs. patent dato would indicate, as now, the All Mhw rkarsirlara Hblrb r(rfii'nt word ir lo I ruttnlnl at ori1t. nation for Stone, Senator Goebul. 'f ,H0 "erum applied by Doutor Tho city authorities have ordered a voter's choice for that oflice. That SPECIAL NOTICE. id a published card, says: general repair of pavemonts aud side one of the Democratic candidates Doty of the New York Health Aiiierii-nThe iMMe of Tli of Thtirlny, Noremlx-3 1SW "Dnring the Convention aud sinco I walks, ami surely tho enforcement or for that office who, us compared have denied the statement that 1 ever tho order is much needed in many with the othor Democratic cundil Hoard to a yellow fever patient upou wlilch tliU iMiDtt l InI. will in-- thp orilinury ptior without aor 8'"1 n U,?CC " C"rtV'" ,h'! ,,,Hl,atcn-th- e thing other than thn nuI nuiittT nu iht Hrt )Mjrf promised Mr. Stouo, or any oue ele, places. dato for tho same office, received to withdraw from the contest for tho Tho citizens of Farmiugtou, Graves Munrj- U llie Artiinl Uelvht of tlic,Mirrrfii ('ontcitinit, to bo highest number of votes, t6 e8 i'Hoate, an extension of tho The I'rle In nomination and nomiuato him, aud Mr county, have offered a ruwarc of 200 I 'aid .hlalntr Mlvr ollar, lutuitlnir HI IhdfiM to the round. Woodson, who was the only intermedi- for any information of Miss Maud be tho nominee of the Democratic remedy to others afleeled by the The dtuiotl mnl I 'rim-- Money U .liilel into tun ttirUloiM of ten Jav ary between Mr. Stone aud myself, and who mysteriously disappeared on party for that office. So ot the disease will be made. Should the ench, nml U to lt plren nit follow: who hi fully cognizant of ull that occur- Juno 5. Republican candidates for the result then lie what the discover myself, ha red between Mr. Stone and KIHST IJ' rOUK W SIUVKK TIIK Ui. samo office; the one nho, compar- - fr f th serum elaluit. the rem- Capt. William A. Andrews, who repeatedly stated in his newspaper, the or a tb. Ural r a!,.nri L ST!' rntSTft IFmm ' ,h WwailT W IM, Nttpriut IMtlZr:Hboul.J pax19 uwensooro Messenger, mat no sum started across tho Atlantic Ocean Juno ed with the other Republican car- "'y for which the medical rotesAiawra Smr I, U,J'?!S MMMtjat. wllhlo lb Brl VH mtfl ...-- . umi lula a n. i ii. 18 m n boat 12 feet long, was nicked up didato for the same office, agreement was made. recei 'Ion Iuin been looKlug for more Mt l Rraatl So thai bo(a tMton aa .ajawai w le Mr b.l! n.. of felt or Kb.iiBe ,),, trt 'There- is nothing better known than exhausted about 700 miles from tho Ir- od tho highest number of vote , h'" half a century will tieoome rW 'M'l rrt tFIPIU tf the fact that before the Convention con- ish coast. N 1)IV HTUND RLatVaTN TASNTImU TOOK WMIDIIT IN 8II.VKR T1IR to bo the nominee of the Repuh of easy and wide application and' I'Kir.U-Tli invlatM during its progress, I re of vened, and ml Aar 1 te Aua 11. All nthmr H brM utd Moscow, C. B. o of the greatest foeH to human BDBilltlOM iBIIla- urM lltekta peatedly and publicly refused to mnkt says ho Monitis, Druggist.Chill Cure Ky , lican party for that office. At sells Plantation and so of all other political partii v fife in the tropics will be reft of, TII!HI B TWKNTUlTtM t'K WBIOIIT IN ttlLVKK TIIK such an agreement. I'HUK Tim. of ThM IXMal finds eradiIwtwvoaj M l trade because UkI. ( Aax. 11 to Au. M. All "I wish to say now that any state- cates it suit s his of all malarial it poison, having candidates running for tl k Is power to kill, lAbir roa4lUiM aioilUr to Ptrat IHrlaWa tho system ment mado by any ono whomsoever and ho guarantees it. same office Count a stencil ma- ; Not only this, but the occasion-se- t ,..LiL!JJH 'VnnW THIRTKKN TWRKTIKTMS TOPR WH10IIT IN SII.VKK T1IIJ PMIXB-Tjmm that I ever promised to withdraw, or in rartk tNtlataa l to BfpL 1. All toehaala at Aa opposlto the name of any ca "I invasion of Southern Stales h, I would withanywise suggested that In spito of tho efforts of Governdidato of tho Democratic par y yellow fever and the Injury to '"'M-TITOCK WHKIIIT IN SIl.VKIt T1IH draw from tho contest for the uomiua ment ofllclals to prevent it, tho Indians b! of IMrUtoa la tion, and would nominate Stoue, is un- of the Territory aro holding their ghost for thnt office ac a otu for tl t Ifenlth and husine which it en txndKloaa aiasllar ruthrtni rilvlalna. Iwlvova M lla4Tt oJ Spl. J to Sept II. All rttxr ( true. The agreement that was made dances, smoke dances aud other similar Democratic ticket for that offii .tails will bo ended. Certain It Is rrrxx Wwai aa4 topk trL It grft 21. All tiiij .I'Tli wvision- - Illttataa la twxntikthslalaM at whioiit In in silvrii otbr between Mr. Stone und myself related ceremonies. I'HISRTliaa ot In other words, the sum of all t that If Docti r Duty's expert nt ottkUtiMi flmllar Bulknru Mrtatan i of VOUU WI(IIIT the organization hmm tho convention, u. Blamed Ptofflce at Clinton was Imr voles rend veil by nil tho. imu. tnhall rcHiiltJu the enliiblislimunt ,...JlV,Hfrll0JV,,-XT'w-v'T,NTllTTIhn- - n -- ho snt.nrdnr uiKht. the burglar dates of the Democratic nn'rfV c,. i. aii H.r n iHinv iii.'iuMiiiuoif pnuoiiir ni "Th tttvtwoai la iMtwaMi aalA (aaal at !'!. la IN StUVKIl TIIK ..!. it w.w in every conference with Mr. Stouo ox- - securing f20i. llie.v used tlyiinmito to a particular office would uaihi marked chalign in our niiarautlue ttHlltMa rlmiUr to Hftl IMtIMoh KIOIITII djow tno saro opeu. Ao clue liatl been TOOK WHKIIIT IN Slt.VKIt TUB prcaaly stated that the matter of the rilfitB- - Tim of Kibdi HtrMo la btwa aaal lala4v at CM. S to (t. II. All olb.r total Democratic vote for tint of- regulations will result. nomination must be determined in ami obtained at last account. rtliliona lmi ar to firat DlrMaa fice. Arrive nt the total Ibpatu by the Convention." NINTH IHVIKS.f. KltllSlUKH TWRNTIBTIUl VOt'R WMI'MIT IN SIl.VKIt TIIK Obion Democrat: Mrs. Marirarut 1 KLLOW I'M Kit IH IIHTOttRMH.' nt rf Vn.ih IHTlalva la 1'Kir.K Tlm .! lurlaaiT at 01. II lo tvt 91 All obr Nugent died Monday morning at the can vote lor tho same offic iu the ,"n "" n "" imi boarding nonso of .Mrs. Mcliols. Mrs. samp way that is, tako the hoiu Santiago, the latest teports being' FOB liOh'ItKL. OH WIIOI.K WKK1IIT IN fltl.V Kit TIIK TKVTH. Nngeut enmo to this city from near of tho votes of all tho lie yuhlieaii inr irom reassur.iig. it is fnrri imuzk Tim HIVIXIriN ihi.i..b ia una t on to on. n. All olhrr of T.oiti Cayco, Ky., soveral weoks ago, and was roiMtttloua alntilar In yrn luinlra Llnnejr, the Republican Lead' under the treatment of tho Christian candidates for that oflloo So of to think of what would bo the SeaaUr condition under a Spanish FIRST Correct or Nearest Cornet Scientists. Her romnins were carried other political parties haviiig ennj REPlESVlBER-llisT- hi er, Declares He'll Tote. didates. Tho ticket of tlat poll' to Harmony church for infermeut. Guess which GETS THEMONEY. ical pnrty which thr higliPaf Lexington, Ky., July 13. It is claimed by some ladies that number of votes casta given for oflice lia.l utIUHt-- l tb vrlcbt ot aoroa Howbt It bo fon4 that any WAKNINO Cleon Linnej, of Lonis dition for women, is the happiest con- would win the office, the nominee The or raltj-lil- jwron taan t, roataatant nr 1ao InixnlitlgM anj rotK weihlIt In anr olbrr wajr while others confravHlalotitly oalafnl tti! rvaiaai. wa rar lh L.r.wiia warnlni tbat ville, is tbe first Republican to ru tend that happiness can only bo found of tho winuinc tickot to he tlie lll ptehltlt any luluro will Miitu lb aatorrtfll' n raoar paid by iwh cuimUBI aixl by murk pcraoa of tr-- . in matrimony. vatraata lota roalaat Both aro volt openly against tho machine. neither is tho ideal state wrong as person elected, the nominee to be woman- ascortaiued as above Indicated Policy Of ith lb rollol A I.I. UUKMBS matt t Ma4 la atoortlan He denounces Republicanism in hood. For a woman to bo of exnuisitelv COHDITIOKS UPOai WHICH THESE OFFERS ARE MADE: tbe present condition of the par- happy and in an ideal stato of satisfac- that Is, tho Democratic nominee (a at wordi wblab all! appear on All NO mini t ty, and declarer that be will vote tion with herself and tho world she for an offico would he thnt one of (NaatiTlIU, Tmn -- Our Store ttia CONDITIONof tbi fUmlVVljr AaMtteaa si aamlr ) ef Ilia laaua of TburaJay, ttrat paR tho Democratic candidate for Mr. Linnoy wade must bo a rich widow. for Goebel. J. ISM NoTnlwr tbisj declaration in tbe lobby of riiNDlTKlN NO. I positively will rcnair vour that office who, ns compared nlth ku" ait b mad ltbln tb NmUa of Hint 't for tb blra oawna July M a4 cteact 0iaar 31. ISM All KUfa nuat m In Ibla otDtm by tho other Democratic candidates bote! yeBterday af- watcn or ciock at less tnan tno cheaptbe Pboenix nihlnUbt VlnUr tl. HW est. I havo the experience, ternoon, and it created a pro- can execute tho work. Yours tools and for tho samo office received the risht at lh raat esnlaaiaat mult l CONDITION NO I Tka aftual itn with aarb truly, highest number of votes. So of ttitrnru'a lata tb coatMC nounced sensation- - He was talk R. W. Buck. at thJa CONDITION NO ovory office, each offico stninling aam;i can l ma4a In yar icuaaa altar It la tn&n ins to Chairman Barnett, of the otfire Tho season for dovo shooting, by on its own basis. The number of tubcrir-tlo- n or for rraooal of CONDITION NO -(- )NK DOI.UMl 11 a yar'a itate central committee, sud sev- far the best sport wo now havo in to both th papr In vrblrh Ibla oUar pir. and aUo to tbe Soffil Warkly ADrtcaa eral other members of tbe Taylor country, will soon bo upon up and this cnndldiites would not effect the a nada. tho fairness ot tho plan. If NubTllle, TB . mutt ainaby raeli of there were spootemen can hardly wait until tho machine AMHRICaN YOU CAr (IHT o Sncclmou Copy of Till. first of next month. Although it was three Democratic candidates for Pontul CarJ, on J at our offico, or drop the I'nhllnliorH reported that many doves were frozen tho office, and two HepuhlicHii Thoy Will (iladly bornl Yon One. Railway Building. to death last winter, pcrsous from tho candidates for the samo office, the RT Railway mileage in tliia country country report that thero is apparently votes for tho tbreo Democratic no smaller crop than usual and tho daring tbe six months ended June hunting will bo just as good that as over. candidates added together would represent tho Democratic vote or -- s& 30 of tbe present year, according To tho Publishers; Hero is tho published remedy to statistics collected by the Rail infantile sleeplessness discovered by lor that office, and the votes of the an two Republican Gont'otnoii- -I Wish toontor "TIIK HUJ CO.NTKST." EDftOOJn way Age, has been increased by Englishman who has suffered much in candidates added I horowlth Itund you Ono Dollar for n your'o nubborlptlon to both 1,360.46 miles. Tbe greatest ex- the cause: "Ah soon as tho squaller together, would represent the m a voto for that office: tho tensions have bnen made in the awakes prop it up smear sitting position has been to offer you anything' its Pacific States, tbe far Northwest with pillows and or syrup. fingers with political party casting the larger iu the high art furniture hue thick mollosses Then put vote for that office, gaming it; ami and tbe South. Construction in half a dozen feathers into its hands, and that you cannot mt anywhere nnd nlHO to Tho Amorlcun, Nuuhvillo Tonn. else iu other words, cxcluslvc-nesI RiioBH Unit tho numbor of words which will nppoiir on tho tbe last named section has been baby vill sit and pick tho feathers from thnt candidate on the wlnnmrr of derilKUH, kinds of woods, first piiffo.ortho ono hand to tho other until it falls ticket, to receive the offico who particularly active. Amorionn of tho Ihbuo or Thursday. anil tho richness that oue obNovombor, 2, 1000, will bo asleep. has tho most votes as compared Plonno ontor nio tains iu purchasing Tho average boy or girl has no nso with tho other candidates of tho of any kind where no Bceoudw About four thousand of Gen whatever tor geometry, algebra, chem- same party for tho nnmo for my wolffht In Sllvor Dollars. My prooout weight Ih J office. In or imperfect Kurnituro is wild Otis' twenty-ninthousand regu- istry, physical geography or nncient Call ami oxamiuu our goods ami My numo Ih lar troops are on the sick list. history as studied in tho avcrago pub- other words, the nomination aud ho convinced. election would be simultaneous. There is need of more able bodied lic school, says tho Washington Post. I: My nadross Is Every votor could find among It is of tho utmost importance that ho men at tbe front at once. should know thoroughly tho principal cnndldates of his party some one My Stnto io ' rules of arithmet.c, should bo able to his liking, and in taking tocoth-eADA Rkhan figured in Bilvor at to spell correctly, write a good hand Stephens & Smith. E?L i ; ' ? " " " T T z T w . p the votes of all the candidates w TTT-VTr y T tbe World's Fair in Chicago, but und speak aud read without of a party for nn offico as the eri. words. Maude Adams is to make her detorion of that party's vote for that bet at tbe Paris Exposition figurObiou Democrat : Friday at about oflice, you would bo giving credit ed ia gold. Won't this yielding 12 o'clock tho deud body of a wJiito for tho full strength of that to the single gold standard prev- man, Jeff Craig, was found hanging While under such n system,party. rrom a limb or n troo in front or Cano inci alent in Europe keep Notlco Is hereby given to all parties 7. Craig dentolly, tho reul choice ot thu iu away from the Exposition? Some Crock churchyearsDistrict No.leaves two voters ot each party or persoiiH performing labor or furnishwas about 45 old, and would be ing for material tho building or comone should set on foot a move- small children. About five years airo their nominee, stiil ! lietter.an elec- pletion of tho hotel now under conhe was stricken with a long siego of tion would mean ment to send a silver statue of a an untrnmtneled struction iu Hickman, Ky., whero tho beauty to offset tbe homage paid xever wnicu leit nis miua in an impair- contest between political ed state. In the neighborhood In which parties Lacledo hotel stood, that I will not bo You annot Mulio a MlMtiiKe to gold. ho lived he was regarded as a harmless (championing different govern, responsible to thorn for any work dona unfortunate and went where ho willed mental policies and principles) or material furnished on or for said following is tbe Republican from place to place. T J to assume tho direction and con. building, but thoy mustorlook to tho party who employs thorn, contracts with State ticket, nominated at Lexlng-toDr. W. T. Harris, who took a su- trol of public affairs, rather than, them for tho material. Tho Dickson Ono of its Strongost Points Ih Itn last week: For Governor perannuated relation last fall on account as now, largoly a personal Wo, S. Taylor. Lieut. Governor of ill health, luw suillcioutly recovered gle botwonn Individuals, whostrug. Brick Co., contracted with mo toturnlsh tho labor and material for said build-bitoresumo work, and and I have paid under said contract John Marshall. Secretary of pulpit of our church will supply tho boon previously nominated byhnvo tho all that I mn to pay uutll the building ECONOXrIY at State Caleb Powers. Attorney until tho meeting ot tho Searcy, Ark., various parties for a particular Annual is finished according to tho Hakes UisciiltH in 4 MintitoB-Li- ght General Clifton Pratt. Auditor Bread in 40 Mlnutea. Wo understand Dr. Harris de- office. In this connection 1 will And no man need look to mo contract. for payTreasurer-Wal- ter clined u transfer preferring to remain in John S. Sweeny. of Kcounmlcnl Oooklnfl add that nothing herein would ment of olther labor or material, except Buyliifj u MiioRtio niontiB u B, Day. Supt. of 1'ublic his old conference where ho has Bpent provont an independent what I may bo owing under tho conhis life. Cull iiihI Ivvmnlno TImiii. You'll Uiiy no Oilier. Instruction John Burke. Com- blessed in Tho church at Soarev will bn dooy, based either upon thocamll. tract with said Urick Company upou pop sottlomout with them. having his services oven for of Agriculture Jno W. a fow months. May ho missioner havo ohuudant ulnrlty of tho aspirant, or upon HKTH OURLIN, Tbrookmortom incocBs.NMhYllle Christian Advocate, 'tbe merits of any leparate cause May 4th, 1809. i Rough Lumber, Dressed Lumber, Doors and V inflows, Sash uufl Blinds, Shingles, Nails, Builders Hardware, Paints and Oils, Lime, Cement and Plaster. Lot us figuro with yon. for Consider- fc Special attention to Hardware at ion of all Voters of all l'olltl-Ira- l shell goods at Shaw's. Indiana has sixteen counties with Parlies. "nary negro" within their liordcrs. State Convention An Paris, Ky., July 8th, 1S99. is called to meet in Lexington, Aug. '2. Kolntlve to the subject of politCalo Brownlco, a woll known ical conventions, nt present of young man of Fulton, died, Sunday moro than ordinary Interest, why last. Tho corset trust will squeeze tho not disponso with primary waists or women and the pocket hooks conventions nml preliminary auti-Goeb- al aineiiilineiit required! Uoht. UTamiott, lie egro Vole. ndvunt ik ! ibis able otl'ir is allowed onegrisH fn'e iu Lo. oloo-tion- General Taj lor' thelteptihlluaiiH have, pmhably, lost tho greater purt of the negro vote, 'and tho Goebel inn 'III git 'em if they don't mind out."- - Go'. Ureakenridgo's Paper. lly nominating THE BIG CONTEST." ; YOUR WEIGHT of men L Ellison The colored folks aro making big preparations for tho 8th of August celebration. Administrator's Rale of N.J. Geens' estate, near Cayce, next Friday, tho 2Sth. See advertisement. -- Mr. Adkins Cole and Miss Kfllu Hariwle, wen) quietly married in Fulton, Sunday, Rev. Peter Fields olllciat-mg- . Silver Dollars. ILVERFREE -- IN gen-orall- Our Grand New Guessing Contest I T . . ,, " -- THE BIG CONTEST. ly ....Q - -- -- , to-da- y iK ! . !uiMl-Yipkl- v n r - Sto-va- il IHVISiON-OHIHIA- - - i "I m. aw lax-la- 1 Hltlii-TWKLV- - b4a Jt I TWKNTY-TWKVTIKrM- tira ba gov-eminen- t. Ex-Senat- Ringlo-blesscdiies- Imperialist. - 1 eon-lf- t. $ -Na cu-a- Mi.MI-WI'.l;KL- Y 11 V n yiT& THE HICKMAN COURIER Soml-Wookly s Soml-Wookl- y e r -- tnispro-nounciu- g NOTICE! "Iaes;t.!e!!' Cooking Easges, The Best in the World n In Buying Qae af tlxese Ranges llfo-tlmo g IN THE USE OF FUEL! Con-ferouc- e. Hf. m, iif. r 1 V . iTrtjfJ MKV-.- ,, i aw& V vw &.,' tjwwint WMWoKiniw -- Crintopher Ledwidgo, ouo of tho old pioneer citlzeun of Fulton County, IIIOKMAN, KY., died on Saturday morning lunt, and wan : JULY 21, 1809. burled in tho city coniolery on Sunday FRIDAY, days and morning. In hoveral yonrn after Mr. Ledwidgo wan Local and Personal, mi active bunlnesH man in Hickman, and an nucli well known to thu trading public. He wan n dlfltiuot clmracter, 'ThuBIK'o!ltft.,, following uo lunn'n wake or example except it nulted hln own convictloim. A Fix up your nldowulkH. good bunlueHH man, but at tho name Shoes u( SHAW'S. n man of infinite wit and humor, Harlieunu on No. 8 Inland to mor- time quick at repartee nnd alwuyn ready in row. bin dayn of vigor aud health to give Hco notico of Puhllo Halo in thin forth Kiillien for both friend nnd foc.1 Inuio, iillko. For tho pant 26 or !J0 yearn he Thin paper tolls nil nUmt 'The HIr him lived in absolute retirement on hin Coiltmt. farm near Hickman, enjoying the peaco II. T. DoukIiwm ruturned to Mom-phcomfort and cane, which nhould alwayn Sunday. accompany u ripo old age. Peaco to Ceo. Millet aud Ward Luton spout hin an hen. Sunday In Fulton. Donnldxon, of Tipton-villiAttorney L. & wan in Hiolcuiau this week on hiedtietui. incli Han tho nicent, Come and get you one. They Shaw's fl.BO, !.00 and $3.60 aro good gwxbi, and no cheap. Slim can't bo beat. Mr. ! S THE HICKMAN COURIER, (leorgo Warren. - -- Mr. Chris. Ledwidge Dead. " - ' T- - rtMViil MfWIMi kssuntlCi, to s8liijjs' TvtM UienpncHs ''"' Aitau. . jjfa S -. - 'oT&TiuraST Ten-nosBt'- t tuV ,Vtt 'aUpMiiswwtaiAinMMm ym, , UH " u V ante-bellu- In showing tint.t judicious howr-pupo- r advertising Is ouo of tho strongest aids in building up n lucrative buxliioHH, tho Baltimore Herald quiitm tho testimony of a Chicago paper which Hinted not long ago that ouo di.v goot'ln firm had paid' It h total of 7i),'Jl5 for advert Mug during the nmr end-luAptll UO. It cltcH tho claim mado by a Now York Nnwpnpor that In that city thero wore, hov oral firms that paid $100,000 each g School books nro becoming bo cheap now that tho .youth of has himself to binmo If he doesn't got an education. Mur freoshorn Freo Prcsw. The recent session of tho Legislature enacted a now school book law, HH wo understand precisely liko- the Chin School Hook bill now attracting so much attention in this Stato, and the above extract represents per year for advertising, adding tho result. that it had tbroo patroiiH of itn W. (J WlfTt own whoso expenditures in this says le h.w Mild ilt.nnm.1 SI!.'. .1.,.. I.. Plantation Ouro direction equal or exceed this for yiHiiy yeaw, m, among Ohlll many tJie Tcn-ncssoo Mr. Jbrgenhausser fU!' in the local papers O Used to Worry, Because his atlvcrtiescments eem to attract attcnl ion didnjt,, didn't draw a crowd to his - tore and help liim to sell goods. 0W HE DON'T WORRY Why? Because ho Iin found that he can get fifty first-raads, chock full ol suggestions, the best that are appearing in his line in newspapess the country over for a dollar and that with their help it is mere play to arrange ads which fill tho bill to a "T." You can do the sumc. All lines. Send a dollur to te amount. U ', Sanders reeves BUG-OIK- dipt. Jiimi Koer, wife and children, of Paducah, are vlnltliiK Mr. K. .M. IhIit'k family. Mr. and Mm. lloht. liuehanan, of Union City, upvnt Sunday in this eity, Kiiefltri of Mr, and Mr. II. liuehanan. Hon 11. A. Tyler in having a tilth ixiiid diKf on hi hotuu place in the of Hickmun, contract price 1,000 The niliw of taut Sunday were pret-tuoiierul. and of irreat brnellt. Somu early corn wan beyond full restitution. IUiik np Wl when you want frtwhltolbi, Uread, KruiU, Nutn and Prohibition Contention. v will ho prosout. Koducul ralOH on all tho riillrmulB hnve been on thu certificate plim. The Wlllurd Hotol will be hradquur Caudle. oouvetition will be A ood road U thu tdiortont illnt:inee torn, nnd tho Hall. A banquet in hold In iiiurIo botweou two point. A muddy road alwayH lon when W depth U connid. will bo held at the Willard Tues- Tho Prolilbltlonlntf) of Kontuoky will meet In II1U89 convention at Louisville, Anc 1st nnd 12nd to Hon. noiulnnto n State tiokot. Albion, Michiciin, Sum Dickio. nnd cliiilrmnn of tho Niitional Prohibition Executive Oommitlee, r erel. day ovenlnc. homo-Mewl, Eliza Croritio, the mother of Win. Crontlc, H1 at the old near Moscow, Sunday lunt. She had been for many yearn a jjreat nutter-e- r from rheuinutimn. Them were, iw we hear, 16 applicant for oiin vurnncy in thocorp of teachTho contest ers' in Hickman College. wan determined by thoTrunteen Wednesday night, In favor of Mbw Anna Outteii. Fulton Leader: Mr. Atklnn Colo and MIm Klllo Harpolo wo.r,juleily married at the nwldeuco of tfie lirldon p.irvntA, Mr and Mrs. W. II. llnrpolo (Sunday) aftenioon atOt.K) o'clock, Rev Peter Fleldn oIliciuliiiK. gjtT (Ji't your eyen tiitd at thu Old Reliable fni, on Joliiinoii'nUpthnliiiutvr the fluent in town. Good roadn tuako butter ritixetiH' They promote wealth and pnwerity-Thepromoto ooelahility and kikmI fellowship They make They um the focn of pro. viiiciallHiii and moKnluickiitm. .Mr. O. II. KhiKinuii. of tho Hull- av Mnll Service, and wife, are vwlt iiiK relative In Hickman. Mr. KIijjj- mnii for mime, yearn linn leeii employee in the ofllctt of the Supt. of the Railway Mnil Service, In Cincinnati. If the man who worrien will only ixh'P over the fence ho will neo others with burdenn far heavier to bear. Most every fellow thinkn hln load the heavier, but take n look at the other poor fellown ntrivtiiK to eek out an existence aud you will change your mind. Over 'M yearn exjKTicnce in repairing Hue watciie aud clockn. Kuarantced or money refunded It. W. Ultk. Mr. I'M. lirowu, tho best local newn paragraph!! in Went Kentucky, ban bought the lianlwell Star, Hugh Saunders ikmht Mr Saumlern retin-- on account of ill health. We nhall minn Hugh very much a true friend, aud a Khn1, honest, conscientious inau. The ifood roadn question L attract-luno little attention throughout all portion of Kentucky, A strong effort Si being mado in some part of the ftate have tho next Legiilature pass a gixnl roadn law" nnrt appropriate a fund to keep the mail in repair. (I loaves Hread for .'Go, Stl loaves Uread for 1.00. Patronize home industry and nave from J() to SOo on the ilouar, at the Now City Hakery. The Episcopal home Ice Cream wan mveu TueMlay ovenniK at the teatitiful homo of Mm. K. T. Tyler, by the Minn-eMalHil and Hennio French, which af forded u oleiwant, enjoyablo and proll table evening. The next will m at Mr. nnil Mm J. W. CowkIU'h uoxt Thurnday evenlnK from n to 0 p. in. Minn Mattio Dollow, who ban been n teacher in Illukmau (Jollego from the Ix'ginning of tho iuntitutlou, han aud ban accoiited her a ikmIUPii in tho Union City Publio Sohmk Slio iw a mmt excellent lady, ami hwworth an u teacher in well fly her long service in Hickman College, which employment would have been continued if slio hiul ho Mnt. y com-muultii- The benefit of advertising is not confined nlouu In men in mercantile pursuits. It will build up every sort of business. The potent fact was understood by the Into Robert Bonner, founder of the Now Voi k Ledger who used this method to make nn obsourn and struggling sheet ono of tho best known literary publications in tho English speaking world, and himself a millionaire. His Ih but ono of thousands of HUCCcsst'H archlcved through tho aid of judicious and porsisteut advertising. So essential lias this publicity become to upbuilding of business tho commercial colleges all over the country nro teuchlni: "how to advertise" us an educational oquipment uecousary to the fitting out of students for a business career in Undo. Successful merchants nro iiwaro of tho value of advertising and understand that tho frequency and attract-ivriiorof their announcements In the newspapers aro at once the cntiBO and tho measure of their s ho lluds tho Piantiitiou tho i,0 goiig, jt ncta ,iifferont tlie onliiiuo tonics, which only stojw rliilln for a short timo. It removes tho cause, and the euro ia nermaueut. . chill most from croiuu For Avar (I I Ifol-comldun-goniU- AD SUPPLY BUREAU, , Allpernons indehtod to O. A. nn notified that they mast como forward and settle. DclayH are 8 Devonshire St., Room Verbnm Mapienti. i BOSTON, MASS. i 41 Public Sale. J. Oo u, decoaswl, I will, on FRIDAY, July 2Mli, otrer for sale to the liighent of Oiy to-w- it IS) As Aduiuiiatrator of tho estate of N. ttisniiiiniiiiimmi r z ii n ii r ?' 5- - T ? J- T- T- -.l BEST VALUES. i im i bidder, at hin late homo, 1 mile North Kv., on tlio Moscow and Cayco road, th. following dieribetl property, Homen. Mules. Hogs, Farming luipli Household ami Kitchen 1 uniitur. . gmwiiig rrop, Uo bushels of Wlionf A-.- L xr m a I Teraw made known on day of sale. U. A. LUTEN, Adm'r. YBSSle isvKuvrui. Nice and Clean, Fresh, ix rtft Trust That Trusts. A C0 M 6 An era of Trusts is upou ui. Wo'vo a TRUST IN GOOD SHOES, and have practically barred competition. TO CLOSE OUT our JXO. CAUTKK, OK (illAYKS. success, pen-llontla- unlock, nenr ubottt six moutliH nun by Lynnvillo bus a turkey gobbler Gov, Hnidley, la now dnluc lime that is a curiosity iu its way. aome ago it Hliowed a tendency to on tho I'aducnh chain C'''k' for time 1881) Our- - sot, and Miss Murdoek finding it vncrnuov. In 1888 or to take tho place was tor, who wnn then only about six- - of a determined ben, put under it a settini; of teen yearn old, Killed a uiuii iiaui Miss Iiizzio M pont-pniu'ineii- John Curler, of Oraveii county, who wan pardoned out of tho (lobblcr Tmit Hutches I.'gpf. SLIPRERS AND OXFORDS we are making tho following very LOW PRICES : and Cold I efrp Q.OO for 3.M and $2.60 Value CSkmlQQ . gjtf Satin-factio- n s g Pimcull Work KHpeclalljr Solicited. Our now jeweler, Chan. lieavin, in prepared to give perfect satisfaction iu all repair work eutrtwtod to him. Eyen tented freo. Wilson's Book & Jeweluy Store. Tho story every ono would wish to bo truo is tho latest one of an alleged discovery of tho elixir of youth by a Missouri physician. The absurdity ot the claim is, however, tho only elomeat of interest that invites pawing notioe. Wo are not informed how this wonder fal fluid is obtained other than that by roiuo mysterious unintelligible nnd roundabout process it in extracted from tho glands of tho goat. In fact, tho inoro wo nro likely to gnorri what It actually is tho lean wo may bo inclined to boliovo what it can readily do. lion nu uuiiltorablo of progreiwlvo growth aud consequent decay. Tho resulting ovolutlomuy changes in our flesh and bones must go on as suro-land rolontlossly iw time itself . Thero is, alas uo alchemy that can convert ashes into fuel, no trick that can turn k tbt oicD to rfo&ll the lost day. Nil-tnr- o va-rlo- y I oggs, and Hince thou It has been oil Trafford in a dinropiilnblc divo attending strictly to Uuhiiicss ns near .Mayhem. After imuiy A i.i ri.AVoits, ho wan tried In tho though it were a female. The oggs In a short will Criicfl Circuit Court and himiIcuu-e- and likely hatchis anxiously time. 0C0COLA, wait the owner to be hunted. Thu execution ljRUITXKOTAR, early in 181U. ing to seo what disposition tho wan Bet for a date ' TIIOSPHATES, gobbler will make of tho young nt tempts Several uiiHiiccensful May field Monitor. turkeys. ICES. worn made In noouro a pardon for CRUSHED FRUITS Curler, but finally, junt two days .MrKIM.KT KCM'ON.SIHLK. before the ditto for tho execution, 1 I and LKMONAD13. Attorney Will Smith presented The Memphis Commercial Apbthe Htrou g plea of the youth of peal expend two nolninnfi'hiid a tho prloonor ho snoconflfully that CAN MAKE THEM. Qov, Hitoknor oommiited tho quartor of Its valuablo space in CifrmCE to Imprlsoiimcni lor life in provinp that MoKlnloy's Cabinet tho penltentiiiry. AVur.su suri'LY of contains a disreputable Secretary of War, an iiRetit of tho trusts us (JUAUIMMJ A(ULST 1'LAtJL'K. Attorney General, an ass of civil service reform clad in a lion's skin On accounl of the arrival somo us Secretary of I ho Treasury, "nnd time ago in that port of a vchboI a Secretary of the who has having on board a few cuaes of lent himself and all tho machine(.Titic riMisr r.MY madk) tho bubmifu pliiguo, Rati Frnncie-c- ry of hln department to a ilingruao-fil- l attempt to dinparno an honor Bs'ceived Every Week ban, It la reportu'd, establlahed ed tint nl officer." a camp of dntontinn for audi reg linontH roturiilng from Manila as J ml (re 1'rjoron Cochel. may have boon exposed to the nww. nniu Oriental dlaeaae. (Parin Kcutuckmu-Citizcii.lilJlJ iiii poatilenco has its Thla form of Recently the writer mot Judge home in tho East, and aovornl Win. l'ryor, than whom no man ujtuc:3ii-:'- r times ban committed ooualdorablo stnnds higher In Kontuoky. In ravngoH In Europe. Throughout the course of the conversation it tho centurion it has been known was suggested that, as tho candi- Buggies ! Buggies! bh "tho peat," "tho plague," "the dates would each dovclop considblank death," ''tho great mor- erable strength, thero might be n tality." deadlock in the convention, nnd. There have been no reported in that event, bo (Prynr) might bo caries of the plague in Manila or chosen iih tho democratic candiany of the porta of tho PIiIIId-piue- date for governor, aud that he but by reaaon of tho could be elected by an overwhelpannage, of voaaela betivoon ming majority. II o promptly ro thoao lalaudHHtid India anil China, sponded: "I am for Senator Goo-bewhors tho aoourgo has mado its I know him, and, therefore, appoaranoo, the chance of conta- I am for him, I had rather see gion to our troops ia an over pros-cu- t him Governor than to bo Gov contingency. San Prauolsoo'fl ernor myself. Such a man is Board of Health should not bo needed. Ho would mako an sblc oonaurod for taking precautions Governor," Ngainnt the plague being brought MVIIIKIMIEMUCKATS. Into that port, whenco It might spread over tho entire country. Hon. Joseph J. Willott, of An-- , ! nislon, who is just bnck from the Prosperity iu Toiiuokkcc. East, gives out an interview which Throughout tho whole stato Is full of meat. Ho found that We have just received a thero is a nutrkod improvement in thero is practically no silver sou LARGE ASSORTMENT every lino of business and from tlmcnt iu tho East; that the Dim nearly every town ihoro comes mocraoy cannot win with n radiOK the news of nn era of general pros- cal candidate on an extromo plat-- ! that another Southern and perity; more now business enter form; Western allinuco would provo dis prises are being located, thous- iiBtrous beoauso tho West has ands upon thousands of dollars gone back to the Republicans and 17 are being Invested aud hundreds the Democrats oouldu't muster of borne aeekera are Hooking into over a dozen electoral votes in1 the Btate. Sevoral cotton mills that seotlon; that tho North nnd of tho Latest Designs. Also, a lot of are apokon of for neighboring East are noxious to line up with towns, while the Increase In the the Democrats of tho South on valae of Iron ia causing the i tariff reform, anti-trunnd other tabllshmsnt of business in tbe lootrines, but it Is Wo aro, also, Agents for tho celebrated heretofore denertod iron teotiona, Impossible to unite them iu n siland the great phosphate industry ver campaign. All of which Is tho Hoosierniul Kentucky Drills of Middle Tennessee is attracting gospel truth nnd must ho nppnr. capital by tho millions. Now out to every obsorvant politician, OLIVER AND VULCAN PLOW railroads nro bolng constructed, Just as It is to Mr. Wlllett aud ACME and DISC HARROWS, thereby materially aiding the de- Senator Morgan, Thero Is uo log velopment of the natural resourc- lo In standing by u man and nu is- and everything that goes with a first- es. Many towns throughout tho sue which cannot aommand tho ulas.s lmplomuiit IJoueo. Call anil soo iw State, realising that during this conildonoe of the peoplo, and it prosperous age Is tho time to is the height of Intolerance, to atbuild dp nnd improve, aro exert- tempt to proscribe a Dotnoorat ing themselves to attract capital who socks n plnu by which tho and bone seekers. Mt, Pleasant party can be placed In n position jo wlo, Blrmlnfluara, Ala,, Nows, SANDERS & REEVES. Cbronlolf, d Ma Water, li aiia- HATS! HATS! m I Hen-teiie- e YOUR PICK of Straw Hats, ?- I These Hats were $1.60, 1.00, 2 for $1.00. 76c. Lozmzays ' - 2 for $1.00. . J "X ay Chocolates, CASH SHOE RfGE & STORE, HflYLOR. o Qmi9&i99 e-- sjj, J k Bread Vmim J read, M$m$ s r ? sra 5J r .cs GOOD IS THE STAFF OF LIFE AND TO OET . I FRESH BREADS a, con-ma- ul l. A: ! 00T0T,"! W Gity Mnig. Calces and Pies Baked Daily ! von lIHAW(JUAllTEltW Tropical and Domestic Fruits, Fine Chocolates and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, Buggies nml RESTAURANT in connection. from our Arctiu Come See Us Si VCE OREAM PARLORS ICE COLD DRINKS served Fouut. Tolephono 09. ( ' YOUNG MEN'S qvf City Bakery. & Inch Gggies, ' I IMferd Regers WANTTO SELL YOU re-e- st FINE HA RNESS. d ml m LifflSghSSi -nr I TUKL. j(4-- f aiw iiJf' ill KEBE5" 19 GROCERIES Presii Meats, Queensware, Cement. Hay, Oats, Bran, Lime, p Hardware, ,ui TY0URl DOOR.. ApRXOES WILL PLEASE YQXtj i wwwiyiK'jBf mnhrjugmmnrif .c,aqaTP 4 1 tf THE FLOP OF ALGF NATIONAL PROGRESS Is uot ouUtde the church to one Inside the HARMONY OP REPUBLICANS fault of church ervlcca too much vivacity, but too much som- church, and the misbehavior of thor It Kxlata In the iltnta of em Has tllren (lovernor )laare nolence. The one la nn irritating gnnt who never see the inside of a church Kothlair I, Ike ttin Commercial tlrow tat Throw-Dow- n Anions tbr llnasrs at the nn the HeIs so great that It Is enough to tempt of the United llalra In the that may be easily strained out, the Dr. Talmage Preaches on Human Present Time. maturia! srbrsae. to other Ih a great sprawling aud sleepy-eye- a man to become a Christian all get out lllalorr ol Nations. circles, Inconsistency. camel of the dry desert. In all our of their company. Hut In The Chicago Alger has fooled Plngrce. In the lnn tho leadSabbath schools, hi all our llible religious and Irreligious, the tendency ing administration organ in the mid gunge of the race track, the tinrcslgncd In an address before the New York anclasses, In nil our pulpits, we need to Is to excuse sin in proportion as It is Jlo west, has been keeping up n run secretary has hedged. Press association, at ita forty-thirAaolent tSplicrnn to Mabel Via of brighten up our religious message With mammoth. !cn John Milton in hi ning tire of attack upon republican Iu lilt hist unbosoming, which waa nual meeting recently, Mr. George II. lllnatrnle the Votlr or Mankind such Christlike vivacity as we find In "Paradise Lost," while he condemns Senator Fornker, of Ohio. Some quo- maile to New York reporters, ho na- Daniels, general passenger agent of tha t'rone to Mnanlfy Small Thing. Sntnn, gives such n grand description ot tho text. tations from the upon isurea the public that he never had any New York Central & Hudson Hirer railHeedless of the Ureal. Oh, how particular a great many peo- him you have hard work to withhold this subject, the Argus hns repub- idea of forming an alliance with tior. road, touched upon the effects of the Oh, this atraintug while your admiration. ple are about tho liitlnltesitn.il Pingree. The latter, he declares, to his late war with Spain upon our commerce lished. (Copyrlcht. Louis Klopsch. 1(9).) out of small sins like gnats nnd this magniml Indtisttics in the following liuprca-slv- c they arc quite reckless about the surprlsu called upon him during a reSenator Foraker has replied to cerwords: tudes! What did Christ sayV Did He gulping down great iniquities like cam- tain of the nttacka aa follows: nnd persisted in cent vUlt to Michigan Ill this discourse, founded on nn an els time "One of the remarkable statements of "My Attention has just been called to forcing upon him, na it were, n Ben clcnt epigram repeated by Christ, llr. not excoriate the people In his handswho This subject docs not give the picture tho editorial In tho of last ntoriul lioom. Alger admits the. soft Mr. Mulhnll, thy lirltish statistician, lu Talmage illustrates the folly of being were so careful to wash their n meal, but did not wash, their of one or two persons, but is a gallery In Sunday, entitled: 'Now, Itetlro Kortker.' Impeachment that he accepted the his work on 'The Wealth of Nations,' very particular about insignificant whluh thousands of peoplo may see This artlelo Is mado up of charges and lmom, but snys that In doing so hf waa this: 'If we take u survey of manthings while neglectful of vast con- hearts'? It is a bad thing to hae have ilielr likenesses. For instance, till those Insinuations that are but a tlssuo of -hands. It is a worse thing to from beginning to ond, without any made no alliance either offensive or de- kind, lu undent or modern times, aa recerns. The text in Matthew 23:24, Ye people people who, while they would not rob of excuso whatavor, and you knew fensive with Pingree. gards the physical, mechanical and guides, which strain at a gnat an unclean heart. How many blind heir neighbors of a farthing, appropri- that they were such when you published there are in our time who are very anxforce of nations, we find until This presentation of the case doesnot and swallow n camel." money and the treasure of the (horn. I respectfully ask that you print ious that after their death they shall be ate the thU as publicly as you did tho editorial to accord with Alger's Interview given to lug to compare with the United Statca, A proverb is compact wisdom, knowltoward the cast public. A man has n house to sell, and which It has reference." the Chicago reporters several dnja ago, In this present year, 13U3.' edge in chunks, a library in u sentence, buried with their facesthat during their he tells his customer It is worth l and not nt all anxious Tho Chicago prints the Just nfter he came from his eonfeience "Mr. Mtilhull proved by Ms statistics the electricity of many clouds dis- whole life they should face In the right Next day the assessor comes above, and comments upon it n fol- with Pingree. Then he neUnowledgeu that the working power of single percharged In one bolt, a river put through direction, so that they shall come up In around and Jic owner says It Is worth lows: that he had joined hand with the po- son in the United States waa twice that a mill race. When Christ quotes the the resurrection of the just, whichever $l."i.(i00. The government of the United 'Anions the charges and Insinuations tato Htatesmon for the purpose of of u German or Frenchman, more than proverb of the text, lie means to set way they are buried I How many there Slates took olT the tax from personal Senator characterises as a Mr. McMillan for the Michigan three times that of an Austrian nnd forth the ludicrous behavior of those are chielly anxious that a minister of Income, among other reasons, because of falsehoods from beginning to end who make a great bluster about small the (Jospel shall come in the line of so few people would tell the truth, nnd w.i tho statement ot his connection tcnatorshlp and securing the toga for live times that of nn Italian. He auid hit own shoulders. tho ballot box forgeries This matthe United Stales was thtn the richest sins and have no appreciation of great apostolic succession, not caring so many n man with an Income of hum with rocclveil In ter lie even admitted that he would jountry In the world, Its wealth exceedones. In my text a small insect and a much whether he comes from Apostle i'l'ds of dollars a day made statements Washington In ottlclal tnvestlK'atlon was 1KO. January. It largo quadruped are brought into com- Paul or Apostle Judusl They have a w ii.oli seemed to imply he was about to proved that this same Hcmttor Porakor. make his tight on u platform declaring ing thnt of Great llritaln by 33 per tl.cn governor of Ohio, entered Into a hostility to the trusts and favoring the vent., and added thnt in the history of parison a gnat nnil a camel. You way of measuring a gnat until it Is lie handed over to Uie overseers of the conspiracy with one lllchard CI. Wood, election of senator by direct popular nation ever before have in museum or on the desert seen larger than n camel. poor. Careful to pay their passage from of the Hall & Wood ltnllot llox Co., for tin vote. He did not deii.v Plngrce on that the human race no mllllonsof Instruct, poMcsssd forty-onawkward, sprawlthe latter, a great Again, ray subject photographs all Liverpool to New York, yet smuggling purpoa of attaching the name of cerhad evvr or ing creature, with bark two stories those who are abhorrent of small sins in their Saratoga trunk ten silk dresses tain prnmlnent Ohloans, Includleg (low occasion, his mention that he governor. td eltlciis. "Should Mr. Mulhall revise his fighigh and stomach Inning a collection while they are reckless in regard to from Paris ami a half dozen wntcho Campbell, lion lluttervrorth, William Mc- opposed did potatoshlp hefor Kinley and others, to a contract which was Hut he was ever a deny that the difference would all lx of reserioirs for desert travel, an ani- magnificent theits. wm nnu from Geneva, Switzerland, telling the to li used as a bluff against Campbell and member of the Diamond Match trial, ures tou lu favor of the United States, for iu mal forbidden to the .lews as food, and many n merchant who, while he is so custom house ouicer on the wharf' also to (IMeredlt the others. which drnlnl has since Ixxn refuted by the past twelve months we have demplat miscarried. in many literatures entitled "the ship careful that he would uot take a yard "There Is nothing In that trunk but 'Torakcr's signatures were accepted as Alger's own testimony taken from the onstrated the superiority of our manutho forged of the desert." The gnat spoken of in of cloth or a spool of cotton from the wearing apparel," nnd putting a live gcrulr.o and the truth had to comn out records of n court In which that trust facturers lu every direction, and our the text is in the grub form, it is born counter without paying for It, and who, dollar gold piece In his hand to putictu-at- la save IH author from more desperate was a litigant. ability to cope successfully with quesin pool or pond, after a few weeks be- if a bank cashier should make a mistake ioneo.uences the statement. Alger's New York Interview wl.l tions which have heretofore "Itefore being dismissed from the stand becu comes a chrysalis, and then after a few and send in a roll of bills five dollars too Described In the text are nil tbote bundled exclusively by tho older uu days becomes the gnat as we recognize much, would dispatch a messenger In who are particular never to break the tlons is recognized by nil the world. it. Hut the Insect holeii of in the text hot haste to return the surplus, yet who law ot grammar and who want all their CAN'T LOSE ALGY. "The four yrora thnt have Inter, is tu Its wry smallest shape, mid H .M't will go into a stock company, in which language an clcgnnt specimen of aye vened tiotwecn the time of your meet, inhabits the water, for my text Is a mis- nfter awhile ho gets control of the tax, straining out all the iuaccuroclct lug at luikc cGorge nntl today have print, nntl ought to read "strain out a stock, and then waters the stock and of speech with a fine sieve of lltcrarr been cur of great events and achieve-tnrutgnat." $100,000 appear like $200,000. criticism, while through their con versa makes My text shows you the prince of in go slander nnd Innuendo and pro He only stole $100,000 by the operation. lion "1 said at the take George meeting consistencies. A man, nfter long ob- Many of the men of fortune made Jieir fanity and falsehood larger thnn ' (hut 'one of the Inevitable results of servation, who has formed the suspiwhole caravan of camels, when the; wealth in that way. the war Itctwren Japan nnd China cion that in a cupful of water he is One of those men engaged in stndi un- might better fracture every law of tb would be the opening to the commerce about to drink, there is a grub or the. righteous acts that evening, the evening language and shock their intellectual of the world ot field heretofore ungrandparent of a gnat. He goes aud of the very day when he watered the taste, nnd better let ccry ve-- b seek In known, perhaps the richest on tha gets u sine or a strainer. Jle takes the stock, will find a wharf rat stealing a vain for its nominative nnd every conn globe.' and in urging the member of water and pours it through the riovo in daily paper from the basement doorway for its government, and let every prepothe New York Press association to do the broad light. He says: "I would and will go out and catch flic urchin by sition lose its way in the sentence, nc everything in their power to secure to rather do anything almost than drink the collar and twist the collar so tightly adjectives nnd participles and prt the United States a portion of the great this water until this lurva be extir- the poor fellow has no power to say that nouns g- -t Into n grand riot worthy c' commerce to be developed between the pated." This water is brought under it was thirst for knowledge that led him the Fourth ward of New York on ele'e western nations ami these twouldeoun-trl- a Inquisition. The experiment is suc- to the dishonest act, but grip the collar tlon dn. than to commit a mrral InoV naked three quesof the world, cessful. The water rushes through the tighter nnd tighter, saving: "1 have curacy, i.cttcr swauow a ;ionsanu tions: j ' sieve and leaves against the side of the been looking for j on a long while. You gnats than one camel. " 'Shall the grain In China nnd Japan sieve the grub or gnat. Then the man stole my paper four or five time, Such persons are also described In lc harvested by machines manufaccarefully removes the insect and drinks haven't you, you miserable wretch'." the who nre very much alarmed tured along the Hues of the New York the water in placidity. Hut going out And then the old stock gambler, with a abmit the small faults of others ad Central, or will the manufacturer of one day, and hungry, he devours a voice they can hear three blocks, will have no alarm about their omi F.iigland and Girminy supply them? "ship of the desert," the cumel, which cry out: "Police, police!" That Fame transgressions. There arc in every coff; "Miull the fire In Yokohama nnd the Jews were forbidden to eat. The man the evening of the day in which he munity nnd In every church watchdog Tientsin Ite extinguished with engines gastronomer has no compunctions of watered the stock will kneel with his who feel called upon to keep their e) : v ftN -"- conscience, lie suffers from no Indi- family in prayers and thank God for the on others and growl. They arc full v i.p-- s n f vtum built at Seiiera Pall, or will Franco -fire engine to Kngtaud send gestion. He puts the lower Jaw under prosperity of the day, then kiss his chil suspicions. They wonder If this uv is w,.rf! t'fc ft'wi1 f Jil - W.AA!x ' X. f. HI U V'.jr wiAiKfti? and mid China? their Jupnn ? ZrL-V l lW the camel's forefoot, and his upper jaw dren good night with an nlr which la not dishonest, if that man is not n. tii l "Wilt lh locniuotlvrB, to limit tli not sometblns w A1. LyJV over the hump of the camel's buck, and sceiriB to a y: "I hope you nil w 111 rjrow clean. If there ifu. -fast mall train between Yokohama nntl gives one swallow and the tlromctlnry up to be as pood aH your father." Pris about the other man. They are alt &iH5te Rikiv ""tfUnppcnra forever, ife strained out a ons for sins insectile in size, but palaces the first to hear of nuvthinc Wrou the Interior of .Inpnn nntl through the gnat, he swallowed a camwl. rich valley of China, be built at Schefor crimes dromedarian. No mercy for Vulture are always tho first ti anvil . -. - - -- js ' - j " r Wliile Christ's nudiciice was yet sins animalcule in proportion, but great carrion. They aic i nectady or Dunkirk, or will our orinifl"-" smiling at the appositcucss aud wit of leniency for mastodon iniquity. A poor ental friends and neighbor In the I lay this down nsa rule wrh Pacific buy them of our I.'nglUh eoua-lnhis illustration for smile they did. un- boy slyly takes from the basket of a out nny exception, that thow peo;ie less they were too stupid to understand market woman a choke pear saving who have the most faults tlemtclv t "1 predicted that active efforts to the hyperbole Christ practically aid some one else from the cholera and are most merciless in tneir Nnieiiir.1 to them: '"Hint is you." Punctilious you smother him in the horrible at of others. From scalp of head to aoUM 1 extension ALGER No, Pingree, tntf. can be no alliance bctwaea us afttr all. ua'l ward the commercial of American comliodie, suppotted about small things; reckless about af- mosphere of Jtaymond street jail or of foot they arc full of jealousies and desert tbe adminlitration. merce by volley by u literal and fairs 'of great magnitude. No subject New Y'ork tombs, while his cousin, who hypcrcriticlsms. They spend their life " And the blow almost killed father." on the pnrt of our Koternment, would cer winced under a surgeon's knife has been skillful enough to steal SJ0.000 in hunting for muskrats nnd mud undoubtedly secure to the I'nitrdStnltia more bitterly than did the Pharisees from the city, you make a candidate for turtles instead of hunting for I.ockT mountain eagles, always fur something Wood said 'do v. Ferakor ileom'l dare hardly Impress the public mm being the the hlcMli.gn that come from a great under Christ's scalpel of truth. As an the state legislature. me any munitions. I havo net told half wlHlio He bus get hlmaelf Into anil varied commerce, ami I said thnt anatomist will tnke a human body to There Is a good deal of uneasiness mean instead of somtthlng grand. ask what kr.ow yet. I am holding back no n fix truth. to curry water on Irving pieces and put the pieces under a mi- and nervousness now among some peo- They look at their neighbors' Impe- host points for loth the New York Picas nsaocintlun, and ami ho shoulder and Is trying-- to prevaricate similar associations all over the councroscope for examination, so Chnst ple in our time who have got unright- rfections through n microscope nnd look knowj It." "If there Is a slnxlo prominent man In out of It. There are fnl pickings in thx try, could stimulate public spirit thai finds liis way to the heart of the dead eous fortunes a great deal of uneasi- at their own imperfections through n (loos a painful Pharisee and cuts it out aud puts it ness about dynamite. I tell them that telescope upside down. Twenty fan ts Ohio whoof faith not cherish and friaad two yearn' lcaa that remain to him of would Inatirc the imortaul results outmemory Ixitreyod under the glass of inspection for all God will put under their unrighteous of their own do l.ot hurt them so nun h ship abused by Joioph It Foraker, from the war department control. He does lined. generations to cxnmluc. Those Phari- fortunes something more explosive than as one fault of somebody else. Tiir John Sherman down to Mayor McKlsson, not enro to lose them. He ha con"At that time we had no Iden that a sees thought that Christ would Hatter dynamite the earthquake of Ills om- neighbors' imperfections nre likegnr.is, tho in capitals." would llko to print hi cluded that the secretaryship bird In war Wtwetn one of the old natlouaoi namo MichiIs the than the earth and oiirjoung republic would them ami compliment them, and how nipotent indignatio.1. It is time that nnd they strain them out; their owl- imConcurrently with the above contri- gan hand worth moreIrtish. the perfections are like camels, and thry Pingrc(.'a be fought; nt that time we bail no Idea senatomhip In the they must have writhed under the red-h- we learn in America that sin is not exIn butions to republican harmony thought must be Interesting just nor. that American manufacturer would bo words as He said: "Ye fools, ye cusable in proportion as it declares swallow them. Ohio, arc published interviews with St. IiOuIm itepublle. Hut lest too many might think thry Mark Hnnnn, attacking republican furnishing locomotives to the KnglUli whitcd sepulchers, ye blind guides, large dividends and has outriders in railroad, us well na .Tatmnesc, nnd no which strain out a gnat aud swallow a equipage. Many a man is riding to per- cscapo the scrutiny of the text, I Ixiv.. Mayor .loncs, of Toledo, and Intervicvva COMMENTS OF THE PRESS. all ago that Amerone thought four camel." dition, postilion nhead and lackey be- to tell you that wi: we come under tie - with .Jone. attacking HnmiM. Divine sntlre when make the ipuican bridge builders would " Into the There arc in our day a great many hind. To steal one copy of a newspala simply Says Hiiiinu of done: "He President MeKiitlev may need open market and eomHte guatii strained out and n great many per is n gnat; to steal injiny thousands tlons cf time more prominent than tbe a craiii;; "a iiisappoiuicu moat of those arrav eominlaJoiiH to se- for the building of a great ateel bridge questions of eternity. Come, now, 1 camels swallowed, and it is the object of dollars is a camel. There Is many u real vvorkingmeii cure harmony in Ohio this fall. t'hleu-g- o In Hgypt; nor for governor;" "the that lu so brief a time of this sermon to sketch n few persons fruit dealer who would not consent to us nil go into the confessional. Arc not are not with him;" "ho is backed by Keconl (Ind.). ail tempted to mnkc the quest", n: American engineer would lie building who are extensively engaged in that steal n basket of peaches from u neighand the Idle fellows you the "Alger, Aiger, four yearn more of tliu Interior of China from Where shall I live now? greater business. bor's stall, but who would uot scruple the question: Where shall live ttan meet in every city the liquor dealers Alger" ought to prove- an Inspiring railroads Into fothe moat lniorttint stnpotts and First, remark that all those ministo depress the fiult market, and as long and bums were for him." slogan for tho MoKlnlry second-terlocomotives by the score to ters of the (iospel who are very scrupu- as I can remember we have heard every rever? How shall get more dollars Says Jones of Ilannn: "lie isan In- cammlgn, Allmny Argus. nearly every country on the glol here? greater thnn the question: How relous about the conventionalities of summer the peach crop of Maryland is tolerant tyrant and Insufferable Iiohh;" "lit n letter from a friend lu Toklo, ligion, but put no particular stress up- a failure, and by tho time the crop bJi.wi i my up ireusiiruTi ui iiuureu t J lie "his icfcrcnee to me anil my ambition a man Mark Hhiiiiii snj a: "Theru is not in the United States out .Tnpan, written only question: How hhnll I pay my debts short time ngo, on matters of vast importance, are comes in the misrepresentation mnkes to man? grentcr than the question. respecting tho governorship nntl my of work w ho wnnta to work." Tho man there was this significant sentence: photographed in the text. Church serv- n difference of millions of dollars. A How shall meet my obligations to connection with the labor convention who makes a statement like that is 'You will be lutcrcMcd In knowing that ices ought to be grao and man who would uot steal one basket of God? The question: How shall gam In Columbus 13 n tissue of lies, which I either a fool or a liar, and no 0110 h I have hanging nu the wall of my ofThere is no room for frivolity in re- peaches steals 50,000 baskets of peaches. the world? greater thnn tho question charitably charge to his leading char- ever licensed Mark of being a fool, fice a framed picture of your Umpire ligious convocation, but there are ilacteristic, his colossal ignorance. If Memphis Commercial-AppeaGo down into the public library, in What If 1 lose my soul? The question Ktnte KxpreM, and we expect In tho lustration:, and there are hyperboles the reading-roomand see the newspa- Why did God let bin come into the we havo reached a period of the history A person by the niiine of Hobart nenr fiituie to be hauling a .lapaueso like that of Christ In the text that will per reports of the crops from nil parts world? greater than tlicqucAtlnn How of the great state of Ohio when a bow Garret A. Hobart Is announced to Amrrletin Irradiate with smiles any intelligent of the country, and their phraseology is sl.nll 1 get it extirpated from inj like this can hiibvcrt the will of the innku a speech nt Prlnoeton, N. ,1. We Kmplrc l'prcwn with locomotive.' They have now lu ,1 n pan nudleuiKJi There are men like those very much the same, anil the same men people, as he did nt the Columbus con- seem to ncall this man llohnrt, but nearly 100 nature? The question: What slinl) i locomotives that were built blind guides of the text who ndvouute wrote them, methodically and infa- do with the 20 or 40 or 70 years of mv vention, then indeed mny the people can't exactly place him. Waaii'l he at in the United Stntc. In Husaln they only those things in religious service mously carrying out the huge lying existence? greater than llm despair, for their cause iu desperate." one time National league umpire, or have over 400 of our locomotives, and which draw the corners of the mouth about the grain crop from year to $ car question: What shall do with the n.ii ilepubllcati harmony In Ohio, which is he ihe man who fought Dooney liar nearly every railroad In (iieat llrlliiln down and denounce all those things and foi a srore of years. After awhile lions of cycles of my post terrestrial lately was able to sit up, take nourish- rls for tho lightweight belt In 1837? has ordered locomotives from this counwhich have a tendency to draw the cor- there will be n "corner" in the wheat existence? Time how small It is' ment und recognize folks, has evident- Chicago Chronicle. try since the beginning of the war with ners of the mouth up, mid these men market, and the men who had a conKternity how vnbt it Is! The former ly had n relapse, and tho worst is to be The report Is current Hint Presi- Spain. will go to installations, and to prestempt for petty theft will burglarize more insignificant in comparison with feared. Albany Argus. dent McKinley has commenced tc "In thisionucftlnuit will be Interestbyteries, mid to conferences, and to as- the wheat bin of n nation and commit the latter than a gnat Is insignificant Dr. McQucftton, late of Gen. Otis "freeze" Secretary Alger out of the cab- ing to note lu passing that t lit second sociations, their pockets full of fine larceny upon the American corn crib. when compared with a ?amcl. We inet. If ho hopes for success he will sieves to strain out the gnats, while in Andsomeof the men will sit In churches dodged the text. We said: "That dots bin IT, nnd health oflicur at Manila, suys have to resort to some method where- American locomotive was built at the own churches nt homo every Sun- and In reformatory institutions trying not menu me, and that does not mean that the western volunteers are "the by he can reach u colder temperature West Point foundry near Cold Spring, their on the Hudson liver, ami was called tho soldiers In the world," but "they day there arc 50 people sound asleep. to strain out the small gnats of me," and with a ruinous be ne vole nee we finest Alllest Friend, and from that day to thin nit waul to return home." And the rea- than scientists have yet wot of. Mr. They make their churches a great while in their grain elevators are giving the whole sermini away. son he gives Is this: "The men enlisted ger is one species of the Ice worm, and tho locomotive has been one of the best dormitory, and their somniferous ser- and in their storehouses they are fatHut let u h nil surrender to the he thrives In a cold climate, while tho mons arc a cradle and the drawled out tening large camels which they expect charge. What an ado nlxnit thing to fight for their country, and they are soldiers die In a hot one. Pittsburgh friends of nil our people. "Prince Michel Hllkoff, Imperial not the kind of men who want to stay u lullaby, while some wakeful after awhile to swallow. Society has to herel hymns What poor preparation for a Post. rnllvvnys of Hiissln, has, since his soul In a pew, with her fnn, keeps the be entirely reconstructed on this sub- great eternity! As though a minnow aud light an Insurrection for money or It Is encouraging to see so many visit to the United States n few yeara (hi' fun of fighting." Nobody knows flics off unconscious persons approxin sin is Inexject. We nre to find that were larger than a behemoth, as though leading republican newspapers coming mate. Now, I say it is wotse to sleep in cusable in proportion us it is great. I n swallow took wider circuit than an better than (he volunteers that they arc out with nu open confession that tli ago, constructed n train on much the not "fighting for their country" or to saino lines ns the New York Ccptral' church than to smile in church, for the luiovv in our time the tendency Is to albatross, as though a uettle were taller liberate nn oppressed people, but are trusts must go, ml tho only way to Lake Shore Limited. latter implies at least attention, while charge religious frauds upon good men. than a Lebanon cedar, as though a gnnt kill them oh Is to destroy that which In n conflict to correct "Only short time ago, nt the rethe former implies the indifference of They say: "01, what n host of frauds were greater than a camel, as though engaged colossal blunder. N. Y.Mr. World. makes them possible namely, high quest of one of the imperial commisstupidity of the you have in the church of God in this a minute were longer than a century, the hcurcru and the protctlon. Hut the eastern leadii-Hosioners of Germany, the New York Cenday!" And when the elder of a church, as though time were higher, dccpei, speaker. In the opinion of the Iloehestcr the republican party will never permit tral Hcnt to Hcrlln photographs of the old age, or from physical Infirmor u deacon, or a minister of the Gospel, broader than eternity. So the text Democrat and Chronicle, "the demo-jrat- s he national convention to tleclaro foi In Interior und exterior of our finest enra ity, or from long watching with the or a superintendent of u Sabbath school which flashed with lightning 'i wltu of the country are no more op- n tariff for revenui only, nnd In that and other data lu relation to the opsick, drowsiness will sometimes over- turns out a defaulter, what display Christ littered it is follovvc.. by the posed to the really obnoxious plumes of they will be second :d by Ilnniui and eration of American railways. Several one, but when a minister of the heads.thcre arc In many of the newspacrashing thunders of awful cafy'Urophe what ore erroneously called trusts than nearly all the western lenders. Then power countries have ashed for similar Gospel looks off upon an audience and pers! to those who make tho questions of republicans arc." Will the next repub- what will the Great primer type. Five-lin- e protection re- other Intelligent people pica. Absconded," time greater than the questions of the lican platform contain a plunk denoun- publican organs do? At this time, it Information, nnd there la a general finds healthy and "Another Saint oncoming, overshadowing cing "the really obnoxious phases of looks like a lot of trouble for t'ne Hnnnn waking up of foreign nations on tha struggling with drowsiness it is time "Clerical Seoundrellsm," "Religion at a future, of him to give out the (tocology or Discount," "Shame on the Churches," future. Ohl Eternity Eternltyl Ehw w?,nt are crroncounly called trusts?"--Alban- y McKinley combine next year. Kan sa. subjectmainly transportation, brought for bv tho wonderful acuieva about prououuee the benediction. The great while there are a thousand scoundrels nityl City Times. Arjjus. BienU of Aiuuxkun railway." STEAINING AT GNATS. to-da- y d Times-Heral- d, d - Tlmcs-Hcral- d I he-fo- re Times-Heral- d u faltn-hoo- s I &!0,-00- Times-Heral- d 11 ie e to-da- o e s. 1 trt gr' 1 w wcr l.l II iy&K. XTU L,3S vatis -- svsst " m 1 to?1 :l j&wmsv&m -'l'w--77"- Tr 'f-.'V- -- f T'S'VvxV'''' bym;i r ?' broad-minde- d 11 Times-Moral- d - ot ,ar aiiect-aafull- v 1. rilT-rn- ll I 1 - fur-tilahl- 1 to-da- y 11 1 1 l. s, 1111 sub-lun- 11 1 scoun-drelis- mln-ister- of 11 11 f anti-hig- h tit Ua ,9 - - tii -- ' W.i '. ?a 'T " w THE CHICKEN COOPS. Ilrntlli nml rroductlvrnra of tkf Fliiok llepeiul t'nin Thrlr II- luir Kepi Clean. IM1 An m "- - r - SHADE FOR CULTIVATOR. Arrniiixeiueiil III Clio Worker! I'uy n Overcome by (lie Wlilrli I'rrx'nt Pli'lil froiii ItHntf lli-tit- . from the ground. The Mantlng lloor nhould be built on the atne pitch an the f to perche nnd from one and two feet jclow tlie percheH. At the sides of the coup, where the lloor joins the fide, n long box reaching the entire iah length and nbout u foot wide Is pluced to catch the droppings from th perches. the di'xlied position neroRK the frame, opening for cleaning this box can 'riieii.beuentli the frame put the urconil beThe at the end, if it is not too long made l'ut In the bolt and Oik d of the Ihjx can be elevated t. couple of feet aboo the open end, thus, with n device made In the shape of a hoe with handle long enough to reach to the farther end, making n easy and quick job. Hy letting the end of the boxfoot beyond tbs like trough extend end of the coop it wheelbarrow or cart can be run beneath it and the contents emptied directly Into It. If the coop is too long for this mode of emptying the receptacle, taken boutd one foot in width and make a door to clone an opening along the side of the Isox. You cn use this door us the side of the box. Fasten with hinges nt the top and place buttons to hold It In place when closed. Also put n button above to hold the door up while cleaning. In the accompanying Illustration n part of the front ol BIIADH IN I'OHITION. the coop is left out lo show the percbei tlgiten up the uutK an inueli an jioiiI-bl- in position. Itiith ways of cmptjlng If dewlrrd. more than two boltn the box arr nlso shown. Ohio Farmer. run be put in, hut two will prow on iiutkt machine. .Most mnchiiirs IDEAL POULTRY FOOD. linte the rnt lunik of the simile, Initend of In front of It, ns shown in the HlUf-- 1 Arrorrilnir Our Anlluirlly. one-haltwo-by-fou- r, c. r liuok ut the unil, Tukv it about three feet long anil buif u holu n little liirjjer in ilmiuetiT than tin luimllc of the iimuiellii In tliu center u f the lNinnl nml about tuo-tlilnltlirungh. Tuko a blo'-a foot toiif anil bore n corrronilili,' hole through Its center (mil njiiUc to the llrst In alien a vvny tliut the hole will t!orn-)onil- . 'Puke another block koiuewhat fchortrr nml ilo likewise with It. Hum miikiiie; u hole lx Inches ilerp. '1 h - ih tikcil us n socket for the umbrella handle. Ily wcd;,'ine; it cut) lie liel ' firmly In luec. Th hhitdi' U now ready to bo mounted on tin cuthator. Mui'li !")i'niln on tin kind of frame the ciltUfitor bun im to tin iikxIcmi attiicliltig It. There IhhuuIi ii variety of culllvntom thnt it Mould to ilrm'ribr any iartletilnr be urlc one. In uliuukt everyenhe, however, the innrhineit are put up In Mich a way thnt by tithing a In length lo the hingcst of the Mniitl-mi- s holox In the end borlne; half-Inc- h of and putting In bolUnlx or eight imhttt in length the device can be seem ly fiuti'iied. Set the titnmliinl In tuo-lry-fouh (tuo-lij-four) li:miif ii Hlout liniulle, larr, strong eoHon umbrella without knob or The necessity of cleanliness about i poultry house Ih well understood t; ai! who have had experience with fowls Imperially U this true In regard tc rooHtlng places, where one diseased fowl will i.'oiumuuleate an Infection tc a whole ilock of healthy birds. Tin coop should lie cleaned eery few duyn My n uliiiple ariangenieiit of p'iroliw and slanting floor beneath thin can bt made a light and easy tnk, whereiiK i' In generally u long and disagreeable one. The perches should be placed In'tht form of nu A roof, the tup being through the middle of the coop. Tin pitch should bo just enough lo bring each perch well out from under the one immediately abou-- . The bottom percfa nhoutd be at leant three or four feet COOP THAT IS UABIJ..Y CLKAUKn. Midi-(te- ration. onu other mode that will Mill thr machine you arc liking. U m. e It. The mnln Idea Ih to lane n uliaoV. It Ik folly to riiilnnger life noil health by overheating nml MinMrohf, win iiMtrlllliiK expeiikenudn little work will insure safety and comfort. The only preat ililiictilfy in tin: wind, but thr need of u kIihcIp Ik not great with n Kmm1 breeu blow In jf. The Uinlirelln iua then lie taken down or lowered. American Agriculturist. -t- ttl'h-tv Mrnl ! I lie tunyDtxi I'ruilurrr Known. Haltluiore, who claims that llnsctd meal Mauds ahead of all oilier foods, mijh that linseed nbout the nearest permeal Is fect food for fowls that j'ou will otci obtain for egg production. It coiituini the suhfetnucrs nearly similar to the. comMitlou of the egg. Its nltnigon ous Hulmlnncc Is Isrgp. with phosphates potash, lliue nnd other mineral mutter In n large supply, and If It was not foi the nuisance of poultry feeders and writers In ad oenting its use In n small quantity to help the fowls shed their feathers most persons would think it onlv it medicine for feather nushlm and good for no other purpose, Make use oi n nnerai supply ot tuts wonderful egsr producer, muscle grower, lione- maker, tlesh former, health nromotei and digester (better than grit), and n preentle of roup, indigestion and mniiy other disorders of the fowl family. Itemember that Unseed meal is a ciHiked food, mid also the fact that you cannot feed It separately, which is iti only drawback, because by using it separately it gets elamiii), or mucilaginous, ami fowls fall to relish it, but itV nu excellent feed to mi v up In the drink-luwater of the fowls, say, nbout n gill to the gallon of wnter. of the production of oil cake made In the United States is sold in F.uropc. It not this a crying shnme on the total Ignorance of the American feeders In not knowing its great value us an article of food for Mock of every kind? Instead of making fowls shed their feathers when fed regularly, it has an tendency. The feathers seem to get a better hold, and the beauty ol plumage the birds get from feeding it Is a special recommendation. It is questionable If raw oyster shell is a proper food for lime. It is liable to produce u caustic state, to some extent; it must ko act to become soluble lime. In thli state It would cause iullauimatlon. Air-slacked lime is preferable, because it if soiuiue, ami tne carbonate of Hire would be In the exact stnte for the hem to make use of it. Old plaster would be still better, because It would supply carbonate and sulphate of lime, the latter eontalnlng some nitrogen, besides c lot of grit, ns most plaster contnint sharp sand. Linseed meal Is cathartic. Jlegln with n teaspoonful ner lien nnH gradually Increase to it gill if teoea-iury- , given every day. Journal of Ap .Mr. F. I.. Hooper, to-da- y lirrnlrtt V.KK I.ln4 DRAINING BARNYARDS. .Sueetnnil Ilorr Hip l.olk Cnn lie ICrpl Ilr nl Ml .Hrll.un of f hr rnr, Vhere in a commonly rcwed opinion that tile drainK do not work well In barnyards, for the reiinoii that the 1rnnipiii(f of the surface w III puddle the to tliu extent that the water will l twit down Into the draliiH, Kayti Drainage Journal. To ome extent thin Ih true, but tile dralni will dralu ihe umierlylne; earth and prexent the mud In the barnyard from Kcttliitf ko Iei p. We have found that three or four rln well located In the barn lot, the dumber depending on the nl.e of the lot, will nerve a pood iurKisp in keeping the foundation linn. then grntel the nurfaee where I expect the Htock to tramp moM. Jty po doiiifr the HUrfaee oon fjftw tlrm and free from idoppy mud, and we have no deep mud. It Ik nil a miritukc to think thnt tiling will do no good. The water from the eaves nmy he caught in gutters nnd conducted down to a tile drain and carried uway, without affecting In any way the barn lot. It reiulrcH u little common neiihe In 1i1clilng .mill grinding to haea dry barn lot. lint there are Home who would not feel nt home unlcm they rould approach their barn and Htable by Mepplng from one piece of a rail or board to another, getting to the door with a hop, Hklp iiiifl a Jump. It would be no utiuatural otherwise. There are people, howtwer, who prefer dry land, mid we wrJt for their benefit. Afor the other JrllowH they can roll up their trouserB and wade through. MoM of the complaint about manure being wiikhed away Is due to leaving lt under the cave of the barn for the water to fall iikih It and wiimIi it away. Hotter bac the water carried away with LMittMit cntefintr into down nlncx connected with tile dralim. Hy ko do- nnuiture. ing you have n dry barn lot. K-- g Three-fourt- 1 h Every woman should have the hca-t- y, He Wni Ilrnve Enonch I'm II no vivacityand vigor of perfect health. A strong Jlranile'a Mullirr Thnaslil llrr Hallor stomach is the first essential to physical 1'nced Mnry Ann, Then He beauty in either mnn or woman. lost Unci (li.nr In WorU for Wilted. of the sickness of the human race comes MlulMtrr. from weak digestion. Thousands of people, It It the proud boast of Archie Bruce Umt after years of discouragement, have tried "Ono of the nicest, most motherly 'meal descendant of the great Scot- - I lost otter's Stomach Hitters and regained tiih hero, and, us Income a man of Ilia their health. There is nothing like it tor the old ludles I meet In my rounds," reblOOll, cure of stomach troubles. See that a primarked k. traveling mini who sells goods several lie lindcs llllimelf ntl liiu rf.llrurn l.,r vate Revenue .Stamp covers the neck of the montlu has been liu family through tho southern states, "is at a icnunt who there completely in terrorized bottle. has Ignorant his wife, the latter hewn the victim and thr miiiic time one of the most II ro Mi em In Alttlellnn. of everything except how to get up a not the commander of lur nervca. There and The eiar can sympathize with that ancient good deal of victuals ucid glw n tired wa a terrible tow letuein mutre mam . Indian who Is Saturday, nnd drummer u comfortable bed and clean injr JIi.a' JJniee sud to heroa Monday morn-- to the city of credited with giving his name husband: Chebogan. He had just reI cannot aland Mary bheets lo hlecp In. She has been run- j Annie, Jane an' turned from a lorn; hunting trip through the on t you pleaee discharge her be- northern wilds ot the Michigan peninsula In a Maryland town Ions r ning a littlo tnieru x a to And is it not due to nervous for 40 years, I suppose, and hasn't been fore howbonfraidhucinca Itins morning? You when the native nurse hurried forward and knovv of her am." by telling him he was the dahed his live miles fioni home slute she was a exhaustion? Things always t rtamly," replied Mr. Ilruce, with suave father of a hopes httle daughter. The noble third look so much brighter when we girl. H"v only son, u chap of about 1!8, rour.ic. "tertainly. The erojjut creature red man straightened up, and, with a look i cracked a cuj) or cleaned a kettle of deepest disgust on his coppery face, arc in good health. How can on the contrary, has not been within tliat cann .t inw me. "She-boy'gain!" exclaimed: you have courage when sulTcr-in- g five miles) of home for longer than six Th 'nliant Arehiliald aometime - Clevcfand surl'lain Dealer. with headache, nervous months In the last 20 years. IIowcer, pnfs himself and his friends hv lloating m prostration and great physical he keeps her posted an to his where- aiong un a stream of alhteraticn." l'rocur- Slightly Mixed. abouts, and In all his wandering ho ing his hat and coat, he diitended to the weakness? Mrs, Henpeck The Episcopal funeral kitchen, nnd in stentorian tones Would you not like to be rid does not forget her. When last heard jiasenifnt "''dressed the servant: service is so beautiful! 1 want it read over when I die. from he had got some kind of a position . ,,', of this depression of spirits? " Janet "hem! I must hurry oft now. meMr. Henpeck Certninly! There's somebut, Mrs. Hruee asked me to tell By removing the on board the United Statea revenue cutHow? that to speak to thing in it about "Here endcth the first ter MeUnllnch, the vessel thnt was you ,.tter Iehe wants, ahem! office!" San lesson," Isn't there! Kansas City Indecause. By taking you have gone to the Dewey's dispatch boat ut Manila, ami Irarcuco Xews Litter. pendent. Is at present doing duty Iwtwccn CaliI..illrs Con Wear sihoe A MAN OF PRUDENCE, fornia and the Hehrlng sen. About n One sizo smaller nfter using Allen's Foot-KasI took dinner week or ten days ago n powder for tho feet. It makes tight at her place, and u fine emuiti dinner He TtioiiRhl a Cyclone Cellar Might or now shoes easy. Cures swollen, hot, sweating, aching feet, Ingrowing nails, corns It was, too, and l unkeA her about her Come In llnntly When He and bunions. At all druggists and shoe boy. Was .Married, stores. Jic. Trial package FUEE bv mall. "'Oh,' she responded with a smllo Address Ab'on H. Olmsted, Lo Hoy, K. Y. "Sptaking of wives and their dispositions that would make anylwdy glad to have and tendencies," said Mr. Ilirkum to the Trophic of (lie Clinse, her for n mother, Miiumic Is doing so evening crowd cross-roadin trophies "What are those well now. He don't always get Into store, "there was front of Ins that lived John Brunt, the Filipinos tho best places, and 1 am nfnild that for ten jcars in the cyclone belt in Kansas. asked the raw wear around their necks!" recruit. sometimes he gots Into renl bad ones, trj'iBg to raise corn and mortgages and "Them's the medals for the century runs like lie Is turning oter a new leaf. I tilingstnonev that, until he was able to bor- they've made during the war." replied tbe but row eiMiuirh to cut hack lo Mary guess, for lie has gone to work with a land dg.nn without walking more than half Kansas volunteer. Philadelphia North preacher. He didn't mention what dc- - way Jolm come right to me, and I let him American. It gives activity to all parts iioiulnntloii he was, butthut don't muke. liaveajob on my farm at $20 a month, The Ilesl I'rcnerlplloii for Chills tbat carry away useless and Iwrd worker nnd thrifty. At " any difference, so long ns Jlmnile Just I J" mu of the firt year he had got the and Fever Is a bottlo of Guovn's Tastt.less poisonous materials from your I worus lor ninu Widow Allen's promise to marry him in Chill Tonic. His simplyy.Iron and milniuelu body. It removes the cause of Pricc,!jOo. " 'I'm clnil to henr It, I snld. 'Who October, and he rented a nice little farm ulustclcssfortn Nocuro-uopayour suffering, because it reto do tmtunets again on his own hook. Is the prencher7' A Xew Game. moves all impurities from your " 'I don't know, except thnt his name John was a widower himself, and being a blood. Send for our book on McSwatters I hear that you put a stop practical sort of a man, he went to work I'll show right away putting the farm and the house to your wife's going through your pockets. is Hev. Cutter McCulloch. Nervousness. McS witters Yes. Into shape. One day I happened over his jou Jlmmlc's letter." To keep in good health you "How do you work it!" "She did so, and there I read briefly, way, and found hun digging a hole in the "l'ut tacks in your pocketa." BeTlin must have perfect action of the Ukard. as might be expected: 'I am now with bowels. Ayer's Pills cure con'"What's that for!' saya I, walking (Md.) Herald. the Hev. Cutter McCulloch and doing around and looking over things. ' stipation and biliousness. To Cart) n Cold In One Pay "'That'a a cyclone cellar, Mr. Biskum,' well,' and I smiled softly to myself, but Take Laxative Ilromo Quinine. Tablets. All he. I never said u word to Jlmmlc's moth- ia " 'A cyclone MMItfoi D9t cellar!' says I, considerably druggists refund money if it falls to cure. 25c. Perhaps you srould llko to consult er."aitonifhcd. 'What do you want a cyclone some eminent physicians about your cellar for GoodHeason. Grandma "I wouldn't eat 'This ain't Kansas.' coDdlUoo. Tbcn wrlto u freely alt the will particulars In "'I know it ain't,' saya he; 'but you that hard apple in that way, Willie." Willie ceive at prompt jour case. Youcost. reWOMAN'S SPHF.RE. replr. without Icnor, Mr. Iiiskum,' and he got very con"I shouldu t think you would, grandma. I Address, DU. J. C. ATER. fidential, 'I'm going to git married, and a wouldn't either 'f didn't have no more teeth Lowoll. Haas. Aa Incident of the Il of cyclone cellar may come in mighty handy ocn you've got." Philadelphia Bulletin. . -- . casionally.' "Washington Star. Agitation In t Putnam Fadeless Dves are the easiest Caanrctlrnt. SHAPE OF AN ANAESTHETIC package dyes in the world to use. No complicated directions, do not stain the hands y During the days of the Dyes or spot Putnam agitation the women took a rather A Described hy an Kinlnent Special- w'ill not the kettle.wash out or Fadeless by rub off, fade. Sold ist Who Had Used One In prominent part In the work. Once, aftdruggists at 10c per package. an Operation. er Abbey Kelly, Uio talented voting "I Iirtc bec-- troubled a srreat denl constipaa torpid liver, whlrh Where He Landed. Griggs "What be- with I fouad CASUAKiTTS produces you Quakeress, had spoken publicly at Tor-- B olalm lobe all It of yours who failed tion. ringford, ( onn., a local minister de- ing: is a Hath physician who tells the follow- came of that for them, and secured such relief tho flrit trial, In KtlCtn.tCA olinill B nnrx? Una I. a nn, n .. thai I purchased another supply and was comnounced her us u "Jc7rbel," and culled Same time ago 1 happened to spend the his feet again!" Hrigg "No; he is still on pletely cured. I shall only be too RlBd to reca meeting in the town ball to protest 1 bight m a country town not far from Hath my nanus. umo state .Journal. ommend Cascarets wheDovcr thn opportunity lsprrsenled," J. ASMtTn. it against the outrage on public decency. and the happened that there was stopping.vjj susquenanoBi Ave., fnuaaoipnia, rs. same hotel an itinerant eye specialAfter physicians had given me up, I was The Listener leV.a what happened us at by Piso's Cure. Ralph l'rieg, tnllows: We drifted into it conversation, and saved CANDY Pa., Nov. 22, 18K5. "A large crowd intended, the women.8 dur.ng the course of the evening he told r WinAKTIC fill III ff flflM la1l rt ttiu Lull f..fll, ll..t. m? tome ol lac marvelous operations lie ? The man who doesn't IipIipvp in t!r-case in I Sf " lJie lords and mu.ters. who e're narsbaled fnHKffl m. ''able to get fresh paint on hit clothes. . on the other tfric. The minister r nt t.aerat)lc astonishment, for 1 didn't Philadelphia. Record. the chapter of St. Paul which nppllca f ". I confess, that Uie operation had taoi mark mo.'smrro The man who goe through life alone gen- ,. 1... till,!..!.! wi fen successfully performed. He said he erally has poor company. Chicago Daily J ' recently taken out a patient's eye, the text: Wives, obey our husbands.' f"l Jrane.1 the hack of it. nnd relumed it to m m ii Then he declaimed long and loudly on its proper place. The patient, he said, was Pl&snt. PllntAbli". Iotfnt T.ikIa ClrA. Tin Hull's Catarrh Cure Good, Never Slci.cn, Weaken. or Gripe. 10c, 25C.60O by bad eyesight afterward, the proper sphere of women, nnd do-- sever troubled Is taken Internally. Price 75c. as a d.ihcult operation, doctor! ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... nounced nil those who departed from Slf rOnf llrai.dj r.npa.r, CMcat". Mnlr.tl. .1." t.rl. K) it lo obtain educations which were not i" 'Yes.' eiid he, 'it wns.' "Keeping at it" is a might v good substi ' fold nnil mmrsnteert hy adapted to their modest duties In Hfe, """I suppose you found it necessary to tute for renl genius. L. A. W. Ilulletin. CUICi: Tobacco llablt- or to become, public teachers or speak- employ an anaesthetic!' 'Ves, 1 did,' he admitted. ers. He had Just finished his discourse, "'What anaesthetic did jou use, docr?i?5B having clinched it with n final rhetoric- tor!' I persisted. ' Ks 1? al tlourlsh about woman's sphere, when "'Oh, well, unless you arc familiar with uch operations yeu probably wouldn't i.rlj!ws suddenly the floor timbers on tho wom I were to tell you. Hutunderstand vfKknSrTt''llTi!rkiilleandRriw Ireurt(lraters. en s side or ttic House gave, way, and well, it was if v. KvntMtintiirt, I'nmim. etc, llbi.lr.ioa shaped something like a spoon,' Catalopuo free. I . O. IUITO A soS. uiTrtOIT.HKII. cicry woman nnd girl was dropped Into explained the eminent specialist." Lewis-th- e cellar. And there, from amidst the lon le-- ) Journal, ' " tnnglc of bruised women nnd rotten t In the West. timbers, an elderly woman's voice was ,. Will rua tbo UrstKxcurslon of tho a cou,p,c of food ones on th ' heard rising: 'WollI I ""I'" we'w ' tnp, Season from tho West to one of Detroit's traveling reached our proper sphere now!' I tin- - men. "At a little town in Oklahoma court. drrstand that Torrlngford in tt niiuuu' was in session, and 1 dropped in while wait- hold of advanced views on the subject 'n,R or. tne train. And other Scacoast points. ine inutiiuwuii uuu tnionv of a (tationarv en Ancsm 3U, 18UU. At very low rates. of woman's education to this day. Such gineer, l and the attorney for the defense la the Irony of fata.' took hold. "Where were ou the day this thing happened!' he inquired. Rour.d lrlp From Round Trip From " 'Itunnin a iniun.' THE MARKETS. "Ml'l.l ...I.. uiu V. fViUtlk IUi tlillfck lli'C .l:.i lie Louisville, "The ilav hefoM- - n ease had been tried in All Combination. which a man had climbed to the top of a ClCINKATL July IH Blanch TI.c pleasant method and beneficial Seymour, -- CattlceouimoiLf ii 0) (cl 01 L:VE STOCK freight car laid up on a siding. He had -well kuown remedy, I TU ft. M effects "oi Hillsboro, eiert ouicuer no business there, but loofcned the N. O.M C.M.VKS Kulr to (root! Ilaht Lt. T 2 The car started down grade, ga.ncd kpced i Sritui- - of Ficib, iLC'ufactured by the JltXiv .i'oarxt mid heavy M lit I 00 i 15 rapidly for five miles, and then turned a Califounia Fio Syiiuh Co.. Illustrate 4 MUnl purkrr. 2j somersault over an embankment. Ihs col- the value of obtaining the liquid 'nxa- I M dr. 4 31 I.igril ihpikt IIKKI'-Cl.o- iie 3 7. was broken and he got a i erdiet 1,1 w Ji uiviilo v piumn 6 4 ID lar bone because a smart lawyer convinced niedieinallj' laxative andiwiwMti iw ow KgueiI Trip From LA.MII- onrlnif. 6 (,. il W for $500 nrosonting Hound Trip From K- Winter i aient M.OISM bb J O the jury guilty of co- them in the form most S rct.... (it :v( ntributor' that the railroad was Fre I'reas. taste and acceptable torof resiling to tlio negligence." Detroit ATHENS. .1 the system. It Ne. led. Ct 70 ( orn No. 2 mixed is the one perfect strengthening laxait CH Hamden, Nine-tenths HE HAD A GOOD PLACE. HIS COURAGE FAILED Tleatidfnl Women. Are V An uyu FlfAI , I Depressed I w-- r gut-tural- , - . . s I , T o, s queer-lookin- g il m m j m And-Sllnie- rr nntl-slavcr- son-in-la- Tl n 1 1 i,,i.., m nV' , - MACHINERY. I mc to ka 14. J"oe TheB.&0.S.W. $15.00 Vernon. ATLANTIC CITY $14.00 Cincinnati, ester, u... Excellent te a I $13.00 Portsmouth. $12.50 ttllAI.V-W'titat-- Nu. Chillicothe, os-poslt- Th bright boy of fiction is playing with dispelling colds, hendaches and fevers his Noah's ark. gently yet promptly nnd enabling one ritUVIsiuNSMess pork .... I.iuM in . ::h "What are these two chips ef wood! to overcome habitual constipation perIll'TTKK 'holce dairy o 2i)-' asks the bright boy's father. manently. Its perfect freedom from l'flme lo choice crisiniery., (, It is necessary lor the bright boy of fic- every objectionable quality and subAl'I'Lr.S-Choic- e (Ql 3 W to fmtev..... tion to have a lather, you kuoa-- ; there has stance, and its acting on tlic kidneys, V) POTATO'S! New. per lirl IN) to he somebody to draw him out. nnd bowels, without wenkeninrr CHICAGO. y, without liver "Them, replied the bright or irritating them, make it the ldoal 3 M Gl 3 fO riXJflt Winter l aunt hesitation, is the microbes!" OKA1N W'hoat-N- o. s red 7Ji, 73U Of coure, if we think a minute, we per- laxative. 7i) N .1 blcigo spring (U'iUnt In the process of manufacturing flgs rouN'-N- o. . .. ..:.:. 3J & 3I4 ceive that there must have been a pair of miaro used, as they are pleasant to tho OAT. No. S crobes on the ark. Detroit Journal. .M4 lOKK-.Me- M I taste, but the medicinal qualities oi Uio km a e in LA1II httuni l 27K& '" remedy are obtained from senna and Mnkri Thnt h llualnris. NKW YORK Pilson Are you going to take part in that other aromatic plants, by a method rr.OUi:-Win- ter 4 0) 3 73 patent known to tho Califounia Fio Syrup guessing contest? WHK.VI No. S red 7?' Dilson Oil. no; they'd rule me out as a I Co. only. Iu order to get its benefif,inl .inixiM i.it r. .... j effects and to nvoid imitations, please lw it ol professional. OAT.s-Ml- xcd "Professional!" a 2Vli remember the full namo of the Company I'OKK Now mess Yes; you know am connected with the printeii on tlio iront oi every pacuage. 9 25 P7 I.AUU Vtcrn 5 OJ (j. Weather bureau," Ohio State Journal. TTAY (Mix N'o. !() -- No. S it, I'rlme toCliolce da T0 l) 27 W Filling the CIhii. tive, cleansing the system effectually, Wellston, Jackson. l Rouud Trip Prom $12.45 Marietta. 1 .. 2ltt With correspondingly lo. rule from all tn- tcrmedlate i4)lnts. Tbe bet equipment of tho Lompuny win do piueaiame ttcrvice. tickcih will be rooU going only oa above date, nod will bo good for return pussaco within 1& days including date of sale. For additional InformaHy. tion consult Agents 11. & Ajjt.. O. P. TOcCUtTV, 2en. n a S-- CINCINNATI, 0 Pas. ........... t I SMhM'A EDUCATIONAL. NEW HAMPSHIRE MILITARY ACADEMY I'reiiarvN for (Jovcrmiicnt Acadcnile'j uud (!olkcr. A. N"iNtit (JltAI.N Cirn Oat PLOril houtlirrn Mixed NaSivnlto Kve No. " wcitero fAlTLK First qunlliy H Oil:-Western? IIALTIMOK Family Wheal Nu 2 red.... CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. E. II. I.. Vnnlllo Co., Lakevllle, Conn., -- 3 70 7.'f.' 31 ia & 3 (vi S71 fcfl J7j,(fr. 4 .l'i ...'..". IN INDIANAPOLIS. No. 3 7& 75 U U (a ft XV, 1 4 .lis w Tlacon "I can't undwrtand why your wife calls that Wagnerian stuff heavenly rrtusic." Egbert "Heitifc it sounds like thunder, 1 suppose." Yonkcrs StatcMiian. S.-"- Yes; BAN FRANCISCO. CAX NEW YORK, N. Y. LOUISVILLK. KY. For sale by all Druggists. Price 0c. per bottle. Major II. K. HYATT. Full Commercial Ooun-l.. 1'rlucUial. WhbT LKIIANO.N. N. 11. Write BUSIMSS IDICAIIOS f HitScliuol, for imrtleul.irC Uiirlnndrlil. Mum. A. N. IC.- -E 1770 W1IE.V AVU1TI.VO TU A11VKKT1SKH9 CO GKAIN-Wh- eat, Keep Hit- - Chirks llenllli-l.Iine water glen lo chickens once u month will help to kotp them in n healthy condition. Over u plec&cf lime the sire of nu egg pour two quarts of boiling water. When It 1mcuiiick clear pour off and place in u Ktone Jar or bowl. Two tablespoonfuls of this lime water should be ndded to one quart of drinking water given to the fowls. A little sulphur glen occasionally with the food will prevent cholera among chickens, Pojijieran water utout the beuhoiiFc nnd n rounds is a good Farmer. lo . Experiments in New Jersey havt shown the great value of sulphur, which leads uJl other substances In checking the soil rot In HWeet potatoes, it having proved most Vffectlvc In destroying thli disease. J 'our hundred pounds of sulphur per uore were used, and the test corried on for live years on the soil, which was badly infected viti the rot. The. Increasa from milphur was nearly three times that of the plr.ts where no sulphur was used. Thr recreate of sulablo sweet potatoes ivusSSS per cent., and the Increased profit at M cents per bushel wus $40 per acre. Sulphur for Soli Hot, Corn No. 2 mixed Oals No. 2 mixed n.OUU-WlnNo UKAIN Corn Mixed .,,,, Oati Mixed l'OHK Mons LAKU Steam . 71 Miss Ethel "Musie always makes me feel B...J ir ad; doesn't it you, Mr. SmU?" Mr. but I like it it's awfully jolly to feel ad, don't y know." llrooklyn Life. The scarcity of men should never result in making a poor one more desirable, but it unfortunately does. Atchison Globe. . . So much of the happiness of life depends on whether you will give tin your solo for a part in the chorus. Ham's Horn. Money Making Outfit Hi la SU jt, (If ul U4. Ila. l'';0:,';;;. lr. pnllh snd plrit.e .tute thut you .aw die Advt In tbl iiuper. rtUe-Be- nt 27 i.ouisvn.r.K. ter patent Wheui-S red .... O 4 (K) it it ii 70 Wl eethinA TFFTHIHS PflWnFRS Aids Digestion, Regulates the Braels, Hakes TeeUiliio Easy. TEETH1NA Relieves tbe :h b 75 Bowel Troubles of Children of Any Age. Coats Only 00 Oenta. Ask Tour DnitfsUt for It. snj To cure, or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try it? Price 50c. l"TV,''. "W &&&IP&W '. J."- - ; f feud lias broken out itt'rcHh here, aud a pitched buttle between lie in Tactions ensued lioro which n number on both hIiIoh are reported killed and wounded. It is hard to get facts, an one conflict took place in the eountn and tho affair is colored by the partisans of each mdo na they tell tho story. Socnis to bo True. London, Ky., July IS. Onl. two wore killed in yesterday's bat tie in Clay county Aaron Motrin and Hugh Grillin. Hob Phillips. Ed. Fisher aud Mnrt Grillin are' mortally wounded, nnd death was momentarily expected at 7 o'clock this morning, when tho tncsHcngor left Manchester. Groeu Grillin was shot in tho thigh aud in seriously wounded. Excitement is at white boat. Another conflict tho friends of the feudists is immiuout. Xot l'rcclpitiitc. I to-dan And uM. for tmblilttiK brooklott liglit Clay Comity I'll in pi n jr lil'iul llito KJlch Whoro liunicry woodtioKs It in Wait, And trouUcta nnd niosrtuitw lilt, Other. Then home return with flwy mxc, Oiinsod bv the sun. ot ootorn, Manouestku, July 17, Via Lou- And tell your listtmluK friend of ilitw Kuormnii.t ilsh tliut gut uw;iy ! linker don, Ky., July lS-- Tlio 1IADKS 1IUKAK WSSriMfiWnMtft'ftH'WaMnrmg LOUiSI' Nutf Kt R q'tuu or two of " 4.n!iwciumi!amiwnei Book-Store- - - iCVta MH lit, K. J Geens Duail. d Tin: newspaper corroHpondentN at Manila liavn preNontod to Miij. General Otis a written protowt against the strict censorship of press reports, asking to be allowed to cable to their papers tho exact facts. The correspondents declare that the situation in the sented in tho oflleial dispatches, and that the censorship of their own dispatches has compelled them to participate in the misrepresentation. Their statement was mailed to Uoug Kong aud there cabled to tho United States. It has caused a sensation at Washington, and ofllcials are reluctant to discuss it. Adjt. Gen. Corbin says all tho information received from Maj. Gen. Otis lius been given to the public. Philippines has been misrepre- Wliciit YViiulcii. Iloen fc Bradley, mindful of his former ex- are in tho Kverol announce that they market to buy wheat, and with fakeuews from Clay will pay the highest markut price, iu perience county, will not order out nny any quantity, .small or large lots. Horn & Kvkkmjl. troops until tho news received in press dispatches is fully con the OF lKEMFKCT. firmed. If the news is as reported be will send three companies Kl'SI! CllEKK M. K CIIL'KCII AND MWDAY of militia. Frankfort, July lS.-Gover- nor iltlUl'li: SCHOOL. Kentucky lVnr. The report of tho bnttlo in Clay county betwoeu the Philpots aud Grifllns is coniirmed by later nows from that crime ridden county. Only three of the participants were instautly killed, but three others were fatally wounded and two more wero seriously wound Only one oscaped unhurt. d. One of the less seriously wound od men is in jail at Manchester, while the partisans of both sides are threatening further trouble. Governor Bradley, who has boon fooled so often by reports from Olay county, was slow to credit He the story of this outbreak. has been convinced that tho re port in thia case was not exagger ated, but has not determined what steps to take. Tie thinks legtsla tion will be necessary to glvo him power to deal with the situation properly, but thinks that pontics will Dlny tod large a part in an extra legislative session at this juncture, OXE ON THE ItEI'UIIJJCAX. ! our frioud and brothor, Mr. X. J. Ukbxs. Tho Church aud Suuday School tako tho following actiou. Resolved. That we desire to express our profound gratitude to God for tho beauty of his life and the inspiration of his example. Resolved. That while we bow to tho decree of Him who doeth all things well, wo cannot forbear in this hour of grief and general sorrow, giving expression to that sense of loss that our Uhurvn, our Sunday School and our community huYo'sn.stained in taking away so ireful a member, so honorable a citizou, and so uoblo a frioud Resolved. That stricken down in tho prime of mauhood, with life's work in hill bloom, the work accomplished in tho yours that were allotted to him was good m the sight of God and man. We feel sure that tho loss is ours only ; but eternal gaiu is his. Resolved. That we tender our most siucere condolence from tho loving family Irom whom ho was so suddenly taken, and to them wo lorvently commend Ilim who is all merciful iu their hour of grief aud desolation. God in his just dispensation, took from our midt ou July 11. ly '1)9, Th death of Mr. Ueeus, Which occur-re. lato Tuesday afternoon on thullth hist., win sudden and most maiiuitiholy. Ho was hurt early that morning by his Splendid Seleotion ol horses running away. Uriof summons, alllictive, but not gloomy death for his last words wero 'If this bo Death, NEW BOOKS, 'tis sweet to dio." Scarcely past tho high noon of Ufa in the medium of his prosperity he STATIONERY, Tho sad anwas stricken down. nouncement cast sorrow aud gloom NATIONS, &e over this entire community. But two years resldlug among us, yet in so short a time, he had won tho most profound Kvery-tliin- g respect and esteem of all who knew Call and aim our Sluok. Mowers, &c Bufckeye Binders him. Mero words fall to express our deep sorrow. What must bo tho sorrow Soy of his bereaved ones j a young and lovo-lCall nnd look ut my Implements beforo buying. up to date. wife and two darling babes, so innocently unconscious of their groat loss. IV (!. J0II.HK0M, ('. A. IIOMOMIIK, V. I'rea'l. She all Heart broken aud crushed. How It. T. Til, HI!, ITM't. Maky HmtKNims it Co. my heart goes out in sympathy for her in her sad widowhood. Three bright boys "by an earlier marriage." I write these lines while tho tears fall fast, lor I realize how much tJioy need their noble father. Loft in eutiro ornhauago, It is indeed sad, but let lis look up to him who has promised to bo a ft.ther to the fatherless aud a husband to tho wid(Successor to Win. Diettllirink,) ow. Bereft of a father in his tender yours, he had battled along through u DCALIIR IN rough world unaided, till ho baa reachhigh pinnacle, mid had situated ed a vi i'.miii tio.oon. himself and family no they could llvo comfortable, happy and useful. lie Solicits your biiMhtenH. We ofl'or tho inoHt Liberal Accoiiiniodatlon was rushing with hi work that ho to our OtiHtomoru CoiisiHtent with KhIiiIiIIhIiciI might Ik ready for tho protracted meetliniikiuj; I'rinolpleH. ing. His seat at church was seldom vacant, nlways at his past, ready and anxious to sit at tho feet of Jesus and learn MICKMAV, KHiXTUOKY. of him. that seat at Rush K.T. TYliKU, 0. A. UOIiCO.MHK, .1. NAYLOU, W. II, BALTZER Creek church will bo vacant, and many .!. W. COWdllili. W. h. MoOUTOHKN. M. II. SHAW. tears will fall In sympathy for tho ones. Oh, dear bereft ones, KRKH D12MVI3ICY. you do not weep its tho-- who have no hope, for we all beltevo ho has hoard Telephone No. ill; Store that welcome- greeting, "Well dono, No. Od. thou good and faithful servant, cuter) tMl.tlll'IIIIKS UK tiii: t'i:i,I.IIHATi:l into the joy of thy Lord." Aud so has liaised away one of earth's uoolomen : a ' L. S. 0. christian gentleman. Wednesday, July 12th, 1699. Cash O-- . 1ST. Hiekijum, THMLjLd Ketitucfcjr- Solo Aent, for Vulcan Chilled Plows, and Dealer in Disc Harrows, Disc Cultivators, One Horse Cultivators, One Horse Harrows, and Hay Rakes, Forks, y Ii ft. E, Eastlatt, mmk ICKMA2T HIOIEMAN, KBNTUOKY. 8 ANK, C, Puid Us . Capital $50,000.00 ii:i t'lionrs Fancy Groceries and Provisions, si'itfi.i To-tta- y grief-stricke- n o Kc8-idenc- o, IIH'OIAN WAGON CO., TO OLD rOINT COMFORT, AMI THK SKASIIOKE, AUG. WTJI. The Greatest of All Trips. The regular Anuu.il Excuriinu to Old Point Comfort in charge of Mr. V. A. Wil iMi. S 1'. A,, will be run WednetiUy, Aug Oth, tin Illinois Ctnlral and the Clxsnpcuke A: Ohio Hallways, from Fulton ou regular trnin; leavinc nt 12.10 A M-- , connecting with Seashore Special, which leavei Union Station, fool uf i!ei- etitti street at 1:30 V. M. The round trip to Old I'olnt Comfort l onlj 517.50 ml the tickets are gooil till Ann UOtu., with r privileges retumlug only. lop-oe- ii j"vix w 1 1 j w "c "y fSc Bysjp Thin Irn't'liiiK public (irntul unil bvaullluH fcenrry, linlgoraliiig uiounliiii nir, turi battling, oceuu to;bk. palntial hotel ere lert'iiiitnent nmi n vUit tolbe Capllol if trip surpre oy olTrrvd thejl HiaEBwc&iir jcEJiTTUOiCY. wAaors, p The BlSF OFFER Ever Made by u -- KUW ilttlred. BORROWERS m agines he has swallowed a Demo orat, and is continually rubbing his stomach and rolling his o.ves in imaginary agony, Terrel is of state chairman Green aud there are other Republicans here. Now all the6e followers of the g. o. p. have heard ol the man who swallowed a democrat, and they tako a delight in (juestioning him when they visit the instil ution. Recently a party of McKlnleyltes were going through tho building when they came across the man with the overdose of democracy. "How do you feel?" one of them nsked tho lunatic. "I feel sick iu my stomach -- like I wanted to vomit", he replied. This answer was funnv and the republicans yelled with glee. The lunatic looked nt them a moment, and then, as if struck with a new idea continued : "I am glad didn't swullow a republican. That would have killed me on the spot." The lunatic didn't crack a smile, but other visitors who heard him did. Since that the man with the democrat Inside him lias had very few republican visitors.-Terr- ell Tex., Index. tin-hom- o 1 Index-Democrat. There is a lunatic in the asylum at Terrell who has nn exceedingHe im ly queer hallucination. -.-WANTED ! C'lmlce 01 routrif to Udiv without etrarli uetwten Klclimoiitl it ml Ull imn fnrfeL will be given, euuhliu); llioto who Atmlr' to viait Lyuchburt:. NuturNl KlUge nni other polntH of interevt. sleepliiw rutee will be f I 00 for bertl LoulHtllle to Ol I Point, Iu lit im' ilptr. by on'-o- r two perrono. nnd npplicmlon ft' t uc ileeptn; cur (pice xhonlil be nittle V A 1VL01'&, 1 to , !' A, HpU tiif t Ky For fur her piriciiUrn MilJrt above or cull on nielli I, 0. ltnilHj Kery ntleniion nnd couriejr exltidril a Newspaper! J 1 er ,M 1 tinl.ir Xlijuiliii " lh upwprr niffru of fit" A IU l(trt tmet hnn iruirniil nf ihvb fverr T'k. 4 intra nf (tin, 14 tli Hrilni dhI rtA lia lMnwl. Ii .hi' aino inor hihrU( Htf nilirr puMlrmlni. tat r ntiii"r'l .. in hj .. nlciNrr rt : ' i pnblle Mai;ilti lliti to Ur hhiiI "rll-- r ntd ri. .wntnHie l T ,nb4iiii4n itn o fcr ttt,rihl - rM. hW Th Ti 34 n.iinlnx I.MIOB I'AOIW KVKUY WKBK FOIt ONLV fwl.iliL tH lUfibllr. In i: on r fur ?1 , nw IM) flhl the $1.50. lni krnrl pa fat nippir The and In the Itr putllo '41 COMMISSIONER'S Parry Mf'j: Co , NOTIC c ttbll, Ik Mi Wr. !' tt ti'i -- Mit ! Aikir mil ll 4rtlr ''II i Ik iH .pirn1 Ir lr "i c"nnftttii "Hit ' k riu.rrk Ir Kt en-- H Tll a'l'.I'l. Iill . Ml. b.OIIIS. .!. Pltff'rt, ) To Help Secure Homes. parties holding claims nnlunt Uumi on ("et . i! , femlaut, Alfred lbtJb, nrehertby notified and retjinn Safe and Sure Invesiment. to prove nunn us required by law . ,ut lllo paino- - with in or my deputy on or lwfnru the llret ilnj' of September, 1W nndor tho penalty that all sueb el.ti not M) proven and fllml with me or n deputy by tliut time to bektrrml. W. V. TAYLOH, The IIicic.mak Huii.niNO and Mswter Commissioner F. C litis boon in Loan Association Tom Dillon, Sit., Dep. M. O. F. V operation ten years, ami during Uy Deputy can bo found iu bis ollir r My this lime lias loaned more than on tho corner of Jackson and Kentiiuv 100,000 to citizens of Fulton streotK, Hickman, Ky. count)', the chief part of which lias FOIt SALK. been used in building and securThere White Cochin Uantams, uhickuiiH and ing homes lor its niiMiiberd S. Ellison li nnd red citizens of orbs. Apply to Wakkbk are everal Hickman, nnd throughout tho Farmers Freo Column. county, who are, and have been, sharcowners, and each can bear A Jihad .Man's I'utent. Undor this heading will hereafter witness tc its Micccssful manage- publirihcd notices not to exceed (J linn (Mayhem" Sam doles, of this cit.y, has in ment. It pays a reasonable profit, each, from farmers who aro sulenb-erswho have horses, mules, cows, provented a machine for making to is sure and safe deposit for your ducts, seed, &c, for sale, freo of charge and it is a splendid inducebacoo bills, by the use of which savings, ment for the young to economize A liconsed bull at Win. JJeckniau s a man cau make tobacco or cao and save up their money. It af- IiKiuiro. bage bills as fast an his horse can For Kill. walk. The machine pulverizes fords borrowers the opportunity of Three good mules, wagon aud farm and pucks the hill as it goes. One paying by monthly installments, of tho most remarkable facts con- enables them to utilize rents in big implements. Apply to Ali:x. Kin: nected with tho subject is that laying for homes, and in about six ".MILCH tO'VK FOIt SAM. Mr. Ooles has been blind for elev-e- years accomplishes that result. years, and never saw a tobacco The books for a new scries of Threo good milch cows for sale. Ap hill in his life. The machine was this Association are now open, and ply to 0. L. Rose. patented by Dr. Alexander, of will be held open until the 3rd Farmington, and will undoubtedly Thursday iu August, (17th,) for (. C ! , n AU. Me.Duniel.et nl . Df'ts. Under aud by virtue of thn Fnlt. Oitvuit Court, tmrtered iu tin- - altm htyled cause at it May term, ls'.ili. ,u v Jiidmiutit .J I ? 1 Ii3j? Jn wl wJ t?1S "" 7i S I hi I zJA'VtJ VJ 'J 55 2, r e " " prove a groat financial success. The trusts care not how muuy po litlcal parties or politicians rail against then bo long as they are furnished with a tariff to prevent competition, and are allowed to enter conspirations with railroad magnates to discriminate freight rates. Tho Republican party in DR. W. II. BRIGHT, attempting to bold votes of lion zest men by declaiming against trusts places tho intelligence ol the American people on tho saint' Ofllco over Wilson's Hook Store, plane as that of the boy who went ilolcombo Uuilthng, fishing with a pin hook in his pother's rain barrel. KENTUOJfy, HIOKMAN, the subscription of New Stock. New Stock is only issued in February and August of each year. For any further information call on the Secretary, nt the Courier office, Hickman, Ky, Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN, A When you go to Arkansas or Texas you can travel In comfort if you know now. Ask the ticket agent for a ticket via the COTTON lJl'LT KOUTB and you can ride In a reclining chair car, without extra cost, and thus avoid the discomforts you would encounter in an ordinary car. The chairs are arrangca so you can have a comfort able scat during the day and a good place to sleep at night. Each car is supplied with a ladies' dressing room and a gentlemen's smoker. You will not have to bother about changing cars, for these cars run through from Memphis and Cairo to Texas without chance. Direct connections are made at Cotton Belt unctions with trains for all parts of Texas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma and the far Vest. If you nre thinking of taking a trip, write n J tell ut where you ire going ami when you will leave, and we will tell you bow much your ticket will coat, what trnin to take o ai to make the be it time ami connection., and unything elie we can that will help make your trip n comfortable one. An interesting little booklet, "A TKU' TO T1IXA8," will be mailed free to any addren. E. W. LaDEAUMB, n. ADAHli Traveling rauengcr Agent, Oen'l l'tit'r and Tkt. Artnt, CAIKO. ILL. (43) vm3S -- Wkr?f? 8T. LOOM. MO. KENTUCKY. TltlAbwI.ci. on wan. CO DR. S. K. DAVIDSON B, P REMLBY, tKH f Hlifkiniilllilii; Wnfoin, &c I also keep n ilonr, or lloreiiliolii full ir of repair In uptcisihy l8 hS 2 eg 8 5. IDoaafciaStai UIOKMAN, KICNTUOKY '1, Ofllne Attorney a -- w. fc j Ollloo up stiilra, Iloloombo Duild' Iner. PHYSICIAN. - Undortakor'o Common, Itoscivoml, anil Hollil Illaok Walnut CoiniiB nmi Chbhj, which cm he filled tin in Hliort noilce, ami h rnion able prices, Give ma a call, 8g2u Shop near the Jail, ?? CD 2 l over Oowgill & Oovr gill's HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, Drug Store, Will practlco m all UourUof the Ktutu c: irtfWllWi'S1