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HICKMAN, FULTON OOUNTf ICY., JULY 28, 1899. but a wiwoh of discontent, Yata. tliniipi vvVnconstantlv pray i"K5 In winter s. innj for the July sun, Iii,hjjjiiinT we want to go sleighing. Clo-iiiif- And Now, To Clean Up The -- r I OiIiIn Odds and Ends. us we Our Sale for the past two weeks lias been a very successful one, have cleaned up lots of Summer Goods which we did not want to carry over. Jhit it has left us with many Odds and Ends and Remnants, broken lots and sir.es, and these, too, must be cleaned up. And in these lots you will And some ol the beet things we have shown this Hummer, und seasonable goods that you want right now. We have put them all out on the counters, and we would advise an early visit. ami Kinlt m f 2 JJ2T Ladies Shoes and Slippers. Broken lots mul Hi7.es. Not nil sizes in Wo t Iils lot, bnt every size In the lot. luivo put them in this sale, ut Clothing Department. Otitis and Knits In 5 g S 25 c, 50c, 75c and 81. Half Price and Less! Mens Suits. One let of Suits thut Hold up Odd anil Kmls In totl5.00, nt QQ nft V'IO u' fZ nnil E SailOI$& At Half Price. 50c Sailors 25c Another lot of Hluelc Worsted Fancies, old tip to 810.00, in this Hulu at Broken lots, one or two ull sizes. 1 of n kind, liut ? Ladies at 35c Crash Skirts, Ladies White Pique Suits. worth 1.(0, Boys Suits. One lot of broken sizes, that sold np to $10.00, wo offer $4.98 at 73c Hold them at &I.W-au- d only a few throe go ut Ono lot of RLAOK WORSTEDS, nil Wool, Fiuo Suits, were $10.00, TC red tired ti " ' '' rxc Chihls Suits. One lot, sold up to 7ft eeutu, left, ut 81.98 Strikes and mobs have apparIt dooms to bo nuthoritativoly ently come to slay in (be United ,, I"1 E2 - Soe Hnelmuiiu's John Y. States, for in these latter days Sale ad. given out that W. W. Horner spout Thurs-daIiiih cousoritod to accept there it scarcely a time that there Brown W. :it,Cttyce. tlio nomination for Governor at is not somewhere in this country tfta Aililic Kistuor is visiting at the hands of tlio antiGoobal a labor strike of greater or less Roe foot. lVim and if tlio didseutlng Dem- proportions prevailing; and as for M&Iniii' Farlsis viflltinir frionds ocratic couyention which is to as- mobs and riots almost any apparnt Pt. 'Pleasant, Mo. MJMHeulah UooKlier vie itod frionds semble next month fnilb to give ently quiet and order loving oily ut Onyco this week. him the nomination It will bo only or community is liable to be touch-- JMi Bessie Cas- is visiting frionds confirmatory evidence that Kened off like a powder magazine, and ut saw Madrid, Mo. tucky has more Democratic fools, all of a sadden thrown into a wild ?M He rrilic. nf llnlnn f'itv. via. regular nod irregular, than any riot or mob. We used to think itin ; lilt nwt.T, Mrs. T T. Swayno. State In the American Union. these things peculiar to Europe & J7J40O Mens and Roys Custom inado Gov. Iirovrn Iiub from the begin- und to monarchical institutions. Bui i go nt Cost, at Buchanan's. - Mr,' ItoliertM, of Dycrsburg, Toun. ning been an out and oat Chicago But now, from increased populavw tho gnest of M. R. Sluiw, jr., this platform ilemocrnt, and of course tion, it change of institutions, a wet t$ he ih bound to know that Ida can- change of public sentiment, or -t- TVjjikmi-u are euguged repairing tlio didacy will contribute largely to- something, they have grown to be tnnuclLxinufctuig Illokuiuu waterworks tb& river. with ward tlio dofeat of that platform quite as common Iu the United . Ward, of Heelfoot Lake, was and toward the election of the States us iu other countries. The in thuxlty yoHtcrduv, mi route home .Republican ticket. This will be strikes are, of course, brought frym Union Gity. no plain thut the mass of voters about by the restlessness of labor, Mrs, Abo Underwood roiiionibcred tlio Oqnrhr with a basket of thu flucst cannot fall to see the purpose. It and are defended by some on the tomaUxi of the season. is sometimes wonderful how small grounds that to ''strike" is the Ellsm Albritton, son of W. P. Al- - a following prominent leaders at- only weapon that the working ; brittou, a young man 21 yours of age, tract when they bolt. In 1S0C a people can uso to protect them-selve- s died nrtallou, Tuesduy. from wrongfnt exactions DnulanMumliv. who bus boon finite majority of the tnoBt prominent nick stl Ids home in Fulton, Isroportctt and ublcst of Kentucky Demo- and conditions. Bnt, be this as It iy mo.iieuiier 10 oe home Doner. cratic leaders foueht Uryan, and may, it deems that the "strikes" iSrVBoclianan's Oloning Salo is tlio yet how few followed them. How most frequently result in the in plnrjo get your Straw Huts. JaaRnrdiek, of Union City, hits over, if Chicago platform demo jury of the laborers concerned. buHdJudgcti a bankrupt boforo U. b. crats like Brown, Stone und Har- The realization of this fact, togethOojnmlaloner at Trenton, 'Tonn. din, want to lead through the er with the farther fact that tbb J3 Knicst Johnson anil Miss Lou Ram- - slaughterhouse to open graves, reduction of wages is nearly alg agf, Jho, Dillon and Miss J. Clements, ho be it. the Courier's hands are ways brought about by the sharp ir spen&ffhnrsday on Ri elfoot Lake. clean. competition iu the prioes or proJoBiackburn, (iov. McCreary, und IZS g Oonffrcasniiin Clurdy, have lx)eu eiioion ducts and results of labor, is gradMAUDE STOVAMi LOCATED. 2J tojnuhatjuthe Stat Dom. campaign. ually growing np in the minds of pMli's Pearl and Edna Wearn ro- - Ofllcers Recoter tlio Abducted Girl. working people a disposition to rturuedfrestiriiay morning on steamer r Georgia Leo lrom a visit to their broth-- - A telegram from Wickliffe. dat- favor Government control of all at CSranite City, 111. crj O. institutions that employ labor. - Kjf fbihiiig party, made up sever- - ed 21st inst,says that Mies Maude Competition used to be considert '? HVkwiuiKi--iu- " 11, wuiin'ii nun uiniuruu Stovnll, the girl who mysteriously -- 4uJlflio loiiimaud of ('apt. John J. disappeared from her In ed the life of trade, bat this is beui7pcut Wednesday on Rluo Pond. Graves county on Juno borne has ing reversed aud made to read, 5th, f. 'h' Hickman Ruildiug & Loan As- - been found at the home of Bill "monopoly is the life of labor." I Kft.'irttiu:i offors onnortnuities to oersons . Ex.-Go- John Ton u; Itrown Ilic N o in i nee. 2s y i dein-ocrat- - AP-P- J i ! I -- M Suits nt n . : Wrappers Uemuauts, mf ''''ippi'SwfY; nt OUT PRICKS Of nil kinds, 69g rmTTuwrnri v. . iu txu V v.. . ma - i 3 ferl'uf iSB'S: hm r- r - - ntiitll 4t - fctll- Hi II It III AH r M n a aa tt T II JFa 8'. ! T-- k ...-- m r- lldlihto, Oiughnni, Pemilrs, aiuillies, lablu Linens, Crush, Sheeting, Pillow Ciun Cottons, Shirt- ing, all at CUT PRICKS. Lawns, One lot Fine Suits, sold up to 1.00, at fVOO . 1.98 3.98 ZS wr i ran xi - WLtVn tttM ittinPH at f i ..art,.., ,,riil lirill1ilHiiinnM"f r- r M JT'-- .SAfcJL "' - "!"'" OD the UftV BtlO (UBBtl ". poareuana:pe8txuenorBtBg.v! ulhliraSmns- home. In tho afternoon oiiu aaiu that the negroes are riosi.ifr ... -- . . -. appareutly In the bent - independent negre Ticket. I O.UCI Suits at Ic nZu Wire Hair Pins. 5c Ladies Collars. Ic Palm Fans. 25c Ladies Brooch Pins, Thut sold at il.M. Odds and Ends In Shirts, Undershirts and Drawers, ut CUT PHICJKS. Straw Hats. fiOo Judge Kobbins Zm s wmt to Ctu ago last week to have his lu.inug tnatid Ho 'g a Miouialisi ho said was examined by further doufues ttr could lie Mevented but did not know g ' wln'ther Jillge Kobbins could be tirily restorld. Z. Tyler RiViIv, an attache of this of- fici, in starting tho engine iu the Cour- ier oflleo belt Thursday, got his foot eaugiit undci; the mMon rod ana Una several toe.s mushed one badly that it had to be amputated. He is an excellent young man, aud till much regret the aeefdout -- 3tayfliyd Mirror. i ) en-"- g ' -o ones at 39c 3IAIIIUKD, On Monday Chas. Steplions to Miss Namiio Russell. The Misses Paris will serve at the homo ot their parents, on Moultou ht., next Thursday evening, fioin 5 to H p. in., for tlio benefit of tho Kpincopal 10c l)aly Pins, 7fc Huts for that were f0c. 48c IjUliLscotintv. on Snudav Mr Austin "Konip to Albs Nora Elks. Ice-Crea- m Sr E Terms of tii.i Sale, CASH! L. P. & W. S. ELLISON. 3 ' 3 aiitireh. uauiniiiiuuuiiuiuiuuuui'iumiuiuuiiuuiiuauiiiuai At " Cost ! mM. : Cash Book Store, imr;mr BONDURANT. WILL SELL Buggies, Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Etc., at COST, because lio asr Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS, STATIONERY, NOTIONS, &: g Call and see our Stoolc. up to dutc. Kvery-thiu- tlio iust MLss.Maihiir IIayxhs, daughter of Sam and Xauuio Haynes. agid 21 yrsand Cm. She was a member of the .Methodist Church about 7 years. Maggie wits nn invalid a long time, and suffered much ; but jiatiently waited Jesus' call, and wlitui the Sa-- I vier's summons did come, she called to papa, mania, brothers, sisters, "Come kis uie tho last farewell an earth, but meet mo where we will never say Sho wus loved by all, patient with tho trials of lite, sympathetic and forgiving, and tonderly devoted to family und homo. A I'iiikno. LOn tho 22nd iust-- , little Fkkiikl Rai.- iaiji), baby sou of Jo and Alattio iifcd yrs Cut Ho died of and sullered untold agonies ; livt weep not papa and uiiiiua, for littlo .12! lrrol is now in tlio Savior's fold; ids Hit (MV, Hfo was only a ilowor budded on earth for sale. For further information to bloom iu Heuvon. quire at tills olllco. gtwd-b)e.Hal-lau- dn Not n trace of tlio girl could be found, and her father, a wealthy resident of Farmmgton, searched high and low for her. Last Friday, Ouief of Polico and Marshal Brunn located her. When tlioy outered tho house she faintod at the sight of them. The ofllcers took her away, but they did not arrest Muneter The latter admits that tho girl was abducted, but says that it was done , by a leading socioty man of and thnt she was kept a prisoner for moro than n week in a barn threo miles from that city. Afterwards, when the man became alarmed at the search that was being made for tho girl aud the excitement her disappearance created, he removed her to the house of Minister. The news of the recovery of the girl spread rapidly and she was met at the station by several hun died persons. Thu mystery has not yet been explained, but the people nie greatly wrought up oer the matter, aud as soon as sho recovers suflluiontly to ex plain, it is thought that there may be a lyuchinc Tho man suspect ed is being closely watched mid will not bo permittod to leave tho city. Mc-Kutt was comer out tor a walk. Nothing moro was Been of her sue. dhtmUiMid with the nomination of Taylor for Governor by the Bepnblicant, and that they are engaged in organizing an independent movement for the purpose of nominating an independent Republican ticket. We Dresnme no one takes much stock as to the seriousness of tbla movement. It Ib true, no doubt, that there is the appearance of J&. l, !1 men-eniti- amongst certain well known negro politicians about Louisville, Loxington, Frankfort, and elsewhere, but it can be safely assumed that no considerable number will quit tbe Republican nominee. These few "bolting" negro politicians are more likely to be trying to drive a trade with the Republican white bosses for places for themselves. They claim that they have 05,000 negro voters iu Keutuoky baoking them, and that the Republican party, so far as any chance of success in the tjtate is concerned, is completely at their mercy. This statement is true and the white Republicans would probably uot pretend to nominate a ticket at all if tbsy knew the negroes were serious as Tlio death of Uncle Sam Bcuuott, to threats of ai independent tickwhich occurred at tho homo of his sou, et; and the sharp negro politicians T.J. Bennett, ono milo south of town, now engaged engineering this removed from our midst ono of tlio oldest and most respected citizens, says the movement know that if they can Fulton Louder. "skeer" tlio white bosses they can dissatisfaction May-find- got in- some rich plums for themselves. desires to close out all goods in this line. -- R,. AND INSURANCE AGENT. e REAL T. TYLER, I. E, Eartleu, ESTATE (Suootnor to Wm. Ulestelbrink,) IS BBALEE Many Bkkkndks & Co. rancy groceries Provisions, unci Special attention given to tho selling of ltenl Instate of all klndnj nod represent a a full lino of the best and most reliable Fire Insur-iineCompanies doing business iu thu State, and that "Old Unliable" KiOKMAN, KUNTUOKY. MUTUAL HKNKKIT LIKIS INSURANCE iUO., Hint has already paid nut Inrgoly over $100,000 LifeliiHiiranoo in Hlokmau and vicini- KW FREE DELIVERY. ty, and in issuing the ohoiipeni mid best polloy of any regnlar Lite Ue soliolta Telopbono Store No. 04; Res In thia oounfr.v. Insurance Company doing business ideooe, No. 00. your patronage. Call und see him. seat will map' tears will fall in sympathy for tie grief stricken ones. Oh, dear ones, weep not as those who have nthopo, tor we all believe she hiu. heard tint welcome greeting, ''well done, thou go and faithful servant, enter into tho jo of tho Lord." And so has paMsed avay ouo of earth's uoblo christian . B A fiioud, bo-rwo-ur- Hon. Elihu Root, of New York, succeeds General Alger as 0MTUA.KY. Farm Fur Sale. A farm of 100 acres ou tho Mississipi'ol, in his just dispensation, took pi river, 2'j miles below Hickman. Ky. Secretary of War. He takes the snldunly from our midst, on July 20th, in high state of cultivation, two houses, office Aug. 1st. lfcM, our friend und neighbor, Mil. (ono now cottage hons.o.) splendid waLioitA HoYKit, wife of J. II. Hoyer, of etc For turther information apHon. Hknry Gkobqe, of the No. 8 Island. Sho was taken on the ter, ply to Al Johnston & Buo. lPili With a congestive chill. Sho had county of Graves, authorises the til. tho medical aid possible, but too late, That Tnrobbing Headache at tho Great Physician above had call- Would quickly leavo you, if you used Fulton Leader to deny the report ed her. Sho was a loving wife, a kind Thousands that he will attend the antl Goebnl Ur. King's aid affectionato mother, and a good of sufferers New Life Pills.their match-les- s lmvo proved meeting at Bowling Green, bat neighbor. Sho was 20 years old, and merit for Sick aud Nervous Head- that he will support Goebel a duvotod christian a member ot ww! and puro blood and build tin ItopUst church at Htckmaii. In the aches. They itiuko up your health. Only 25o. Mouey back the whole ticket. frtijre hur bo vacant, and it not cured. Sold by all druggists. A S5 000,000 tunnel is to be run through Lookout Mountain. The tunnel will be made to connect Hoell ic Kversol announce that they Ohattiinnogii with Gadsden, Ala., aro iu tho market to buy wheat, and will nay the highest market price, in saMiig many miles. It will ran straight through Lookout Mounany quantity, small or largo lots. HOEN ii EVEKSOL. tain and be three miles in length, VVlit'iit Wuitlcii. L. 1 , rr i.rtW.W.P'l jSl - Vf v4 The Hickman Courier A CAR WRECKED. G ROBERT G. INGERSOLL DEAD. Tho torturer ami Illeii Suililenlr at Ilia Summer llonm In Ihitibs Terry, N. V., lrlduj. Well-Kniiw- THREE LYNCHED. Negroes, Iilcntlilcd us Members THE SOLDIERS CALLED OUT. I 44 n COltai! WAllltUX, Publisher. i HICKMAN, : ' It KENTUCKY. Wn4 Mown Up by Strikers With Nitroglycerin or Gun Cotton. of tli a Another Attempt Mail lu Wreck a Trolley (.iirlty Mrlklnc Street Car .'Men lu Cletelanil. A Good Name nt Home j of Strength Abroad. In l!uug of Assaulters. Killed. A Ilu-dr- CURRENT TOPICS. Sn.ATO Fkyb, of Maine, is a grcrj fisherman. Many Atlantic liners burn as much rs ROO tons of coat per day. Of all the staple crops of the world the potato takes the first place. A handsaw bearing date of 1020 w.dug up recently at North East, Pa. The total cost to Kussln of the in porial family is 000 per year. In Germany a clock has been marij that is warranted to go for U.000 year.s It is believed that in China there it 20 times as much coal as in all Eu rope. Tin: favorite small arm in P.razll is a pistol made in -. d Hel-giu- Fire Peraom Worn tU.lljr Injured. Two or In throe l'robnlilr r.ttallj--!lot- i the Vicinity of tlm lltjiloaloii Were Minkfii Arroata. July 24. The rioting which continued throughout Saturday night was renewed Sunday, and there Cleveland, O., double-barrele- were several serious outbreaks of violence, but no clashes between tli mobs and the troops. Cars were started running as usual Sunday morning on all but on or or two lines. The mobs were astir early. Soon after 10 o'clock a thousand or more persons gathered on lturton street, on the south side, and preceded New Yoiik, July 22. Roberto. Inger soil died at his homo in Dobbs Ferry. N. Y., Friday afternoon, of npoplcxv. Mr. ingcrsoll went to his suuitnci home In Dobbs Ferry twe days ago apparently in good health. Shortly aftci his arrival there ho complained of i slight indisposition. ; He spent Friday morning In his room, and shortly before ho was stricken offered to have his luncheon sent up to him so that he would not havu (r walk down stairs to the dining-roobelow, lie laughingly replied that while he did not feel quite as young at he used to, he guessed ho was not yet an invalid and he would go down with tho others. Ai ld-wim With llluoilhoiinita Are After the ltemalnliii; Five .Memhera of tlie tlmic. Hint If (aiilit "lhey Will He l.jiu-luul- . oil .Men si 11 s j It is said that at the death of Hetty Green 81,000.000 of her fortune will be divided among 100 distant connections. Coxokessmax KETCUAM,of New York, has a unique claim to fame. lie has served in 13 congresses and has nevci made a speech. A bald eagle wnose wing extension was scren feet, was killed recently near Milford, DcL. whilo trying to carry on a tamo. A successful firm of tea merchants In London is composed entirely of women. The blenders, tasters and packers are also women. There are three varieties of the dog that never bark the Australian dog, the Egyptian shepherd dog and the d dog of Thibet. In 1SS0 Germany imported eggs to the value of S3,500,000. In 1893 tho Amount was nearly trebled. Russia, provides 00 per cent, of them. 50,000 persons and S50,000,OOC arc employed in the business of making and distributing newspaper clippings among those whom they concern. The ordinary folding fan was invented in the seventh century by a Japanese artist, who derived tho idea Iromwatchlng a bat closing Its wings. The princo of Wales has warned his brother free masons not to make themselves cheap by wearing their masonic regalia on ordinary occasions. The oldest creature living in the world belongs to Walter Rothschild. It is a giant tortoise, weighing a quarter of a ton, and it has a known life of 150 years. A law was recently passed in Norway prohibiting the sa'.e of tobacco to anybody under lfi years of age without a signed order from an adult relative or employer. A law was recently passed in Switzerland prohibiting the manufacturing, importation or sale of matches containing the ordinary form of yellow phosphorus. It is averred by a famous Chinese doctor that nervousness is kept out of the Celestial empire by tho use of sof shoes. The hard soles worn by race are said to bo tho the cause of their extreme nervous temperament. Railway whistles inflict torture on m many people that Austria has introduced a system of dumb signaling to start and stop the trains, Belgium is trying compressed air whistles instead of steam, and Germany experiment with horns. William Oxley Thompson, the new president of Ohio state university, spent ten years in getting his diploma from Muskingum college, bo ng so poor that to get one year's study he had sometimes to work three years to save tho money required. It is not generally known that S. Coleridge Taylor, who composed the cantata played at tho last festival in Norwich, England, is a Negro. Mr. liispham dcclaies the composer of "Hiawatha's Wedding Feast' tho coming musical genius. Each day of the week lias served ai a day of rest somewhere: Sunday among Christians, Monday with tho Greeks, Tuesday with the Persians, Wednesday with tho Assyrians, Thursday with the Egyptians, Friday with the Turks and Saturday with Mio Hebrews. A OlFTof S125.000, just made by Mr. Longstaff to the Royal Geographic?.! bociety, makes a British expedition to the Antarctic probable. The society lias now collected 5200,000 for that purpose, and when it has 550,000 more will again ask tho government to under"lion-hcadeTo-DA- Y nary. boxes for bicycles are now manufactured by a firm in Hamburg, Germany. Da.viiii. Wm.i.s, of Milwaukee, aged W, is the oldest living in the west. Paul Knrjr.aKit's favorite dish is salt herring. lie cats at least one of these fish every day. Gun. FiTZiiuoii Lke is said to be contemplating the writing of a life of his uncle, II. E. Lee. Maj. Gen. Otis' wife regularly re- celv?s a cablegram from her husband on t ic 15th of every month. I.V the farming districts of Russia it costs "& cents to hire a horse for one day, and 31 cents to hire a nan. IIuMtr II. Hknkiuct, the millionaire manufacturer, was once a tcucher of Latin in the Fairfield semiMusic type-writer 1 Anglo-Saxo- n full-blood- to obstruct the track. When a car came along with two policeman on board, it was attacked with a shower of stones. In spite of the motorman policemen the and conductor were roughly handled. One of them named MeDcrinott had two ribs broken and the other was badly bruised. One of the policemen tired at the mob, the bullet strikTho ing a man named Wcnniek. mob assaulted the otllcers, both of wore whom struck repeat edly with stones and but for tho intervention of a priest of the Catholic church near at hand the officers might have been lynched. Iy this time tho cars had been mixed up lu the melee and a patrol wagon of police arriving the rioters dispersed and the cars were taken back to the barns. Thero was a serious disturbance on the R road way line at the corner of Pctrie street where a mob of 3,000 assembled in tho forenoon and obstructed the track. As a result of the shooting of tho driver of a grocery wagon in South llrooklyn Saturday afternoon by a non union conductor, the mayor of that village Sunday issued an order to tho conmarshal to arrest all ductors who carried concealed weapons. Every car was stopped and each conductor found with a revolver waa arrested. All were subsequently bailed out by the company. A small riot was started at the corner of Pearl street and Franklin avenuo when a young woman struck a man n who asked her to board a car. A crowd of union sympathizers stoned cars and a squad of police finally cleared the street. The company Sunday sent a note to the state board of arbitration declining to arbitrate the differences. A Euclid avenue car, loaded with passengers, was wrecked by an explo sion ol nitroglycerin or cuti cotton shortly before 11 o'clock Sunday night. rour persons wero badly hurt, tho names of the injured being: Mrs. E. C. Martin, 79, Alanson street, compound fracture of the skull, right arm broken and internal injuries which may prove fatal. E. C Martin, right arm badly cut and bruised about legs and body. Mrs. Catherine Harris, 2.". Cornell street, suffering from nervous prostration. F. A. Smith, C'J Vienna street, injured about legs and body. Albert E. Fassctt, 12 Wallace place, legs injured. Late Sunday night it was learned that Mrs. Martin, one of tho injured, would probably die. She suffered a compound fracture of tho skull, had one arm broken and was otherwise injured. She was with her husband who was also badly hurt. The explosion tore out the front end of the car smashed all the windows and destroyed the brake. After considerable difficulty the car was stopped and a call for ambulances were sent out. The motorman, William Draggcrs, who came from Cincinnati, was dazed by tho shock, but the conductor, Frank Schroedcr, of St. Louis, escaped injury. The force of the explosion was so great that it shook all the houses in the neighborhood and was hpard for a distance of two or three miles. Persons living in the neighborhood say they saw n man in a buggy 6top at tho corner of Kensington street, where the explosion occurred, and get out by the railroad track. He remained thero a short time and then drove rapidly non-unio- n Slow he 1 special to the Constitution from ltalnbriitgo. On., says: A Negro captured near Iron City Sunday night was brought to Saffold and identitlcd as one of tho assailants of Mrs. J. K. Oglotrou last Thursday niht. Ho was lynched Sunday morn-in,near SatTold. The other dead Negroes wore found alongside tho railroad track two mile t of llainbriilge Sunday morning The names of none of these Negroes ar i known. It is believed by some thet the two dead Negroes found by the rai.road track wore tho men arrested Saturday at Troy, Ala., on suspicion of be ug implicated in the Ogletrue out-raand who wore being brought to .Xi'Tu.d for identification. R.UMiiuiHiK, Go., July SI. Throe were lynched during Saturday Ni til lit near Saffold, Ga., and the mob is hunting for live more who are believed to have been members of a gang that robbed J. E. Ogletree, agent of the Plant system at Saffold, Thursday night, afterward binding him aud his wife in hi.s presence. Since 'ho crime was committed hunting parties have been out in search of tho Ga., 24. A " Atlaxta, July wi-s- .' -- ...II. v. ... non-unio- n non-unio- IIOIir.UT Q. IXGEK80LL. Ono of tho Negroes appeared at an speaking finished and waa old darky's hut near Itrlnsou, Go., and about to rise he fell back In his chalri isked to bo harbored. Tho old man A physician was immediately sum- wen to Urbason and informed the au moned, but when he reached the houst thoritics of his presence. A posse rehe found that Mr. Ingcrsoll had'dlcd! turned with him and captured the almost instantly. The physician did? Negro, who govc bin name as Louis not give the cause of death, but tho ratnmlu. The man was taken to Saf-'j.family believe It was due to apoplexy.! and was Identitlcd bv Mr. and Mr. Ingcrsoll's wife and two dangh-- Mrs. Ogletree as one of their asall. tcrs were with him when he died. ints. He said there were eight In bin gang aud that they catua nuucriu. ingcrsoll was uorn in urc-- s ,, IOOA !, 1..1 -a., 1 .. uiu, .1. V au;ul ll, ,o 1111 lamer. from Augusta. He said two of the was a Congregational clergyman of! fang were not far away. such liberal views that he was perseOne portion of the mob went In pur-racuted for them, and in his early life of these two while the other Robert G. Ingcrsoll imbibed an in ten so! ..ingcd Sammln and riddled his body hatred of Calvinism, which grew with with ballet. The other two wero his growth and filially made him an crertaken, shot and scalped, a party aggesslve opponent of all generally irinclng their scalps to Saffold Sun-cireceived forms of religion. evening. A hundred men with No arrangements have been yet t oodhounds aro after the remaining made for the funeral, but It will prob- frc membersof the gaugand if caught ably take place on Monday at the t:ey will bo lynched. house, and the interment will be In Sleep Hollow cemetery at Tnrry iv,:0TED AGNOSTIC'S REMAINS. town. Death came to him as he had re-- Tie, Hutly of Hubert (2. Incrnll !.! na eently expressed a desire that it T lmproleil liter In tlia lla.lruotu lu should. He often In otugttmo' .i&"VJilelui)inre:Uieit III ho wished to dlo slowly.wlth a ftl difl New Yokk, July 24. The body of consciousness so ho might tell tbo about him how It felt. Rccentlr h "Robert G. Itigorroi! lay on an improexperienced a change of deslro V die vise! bier Sunday In the bedroom In h'ch he died at tho home of Walston painlessly and without warning. H. Itrown, his in Dobbs INGERSOLL GREAT HEARiED. Ferry. Many men of nil sorts and conditions but mostly humble toilers Itev. i:iljjh I. llrmvn't Opinion if tli made the pilgrimage to Lobbs Parry Great Intlilel sincere In Oppo.1. in tho hope that thoy mljrht be perlion to Ciirlttlanlty. mitted to gaze once more upon the Lndiaxapoms. Ind.. Julv ooi;,.r. noicnngnosua in no instance was refusal No arrangements Elijah P. lirown, founder of tin- RamN ' t,,c bc" '"'-- ' concern- Horn, in earlier life was an inflict, but Mrs. Iugersoll aud 13 years ago ho turned Christian and Ing the funeral. her daughters Mrs. lirown and Mist became a preacher. Concerning "Rob" Ingcrsoll he says; Maude Ingersoll, are still too much "During the years when I was an un overcome with sorrow to consider the believer myself Ingcrsoll was mj matter. "They can not tenr themselves from I knew him and patron saint. loved him, and never missed an tho beloved dead,"aid Mr. Farroll opportunity to hear him speak. Sunday night. "They have not left the He was sincere and honest in his oppo- chanil";r since ho passed away, except sition to Christianity, and ho was not to go iuto an adjoining room when visitalking for money, as generally sup- tors who wished to sco him called. posed, but becauso he earnestly de- They can not reconcile themselves to sired to do good. He was a mistaken ho idea that they must part with him man, as every Christian knows but he and all allusions to the removal of the was an honest one. I think ho wai body only cause distressing outbursts man I ever knew of grief. It may be a few days before the greatest-hearte- d they are calm enough to discuss the who was not a Christian." kteps that necessarily soon must bo SILVER LEADERS CONFER. taken for tho removal of the body." d, Ci.kvki.ami, 0 July 25. Rioting broke out afresh hero Monday night and n second attempt to wreck a car was made, A Pearl streot car speeding south near Holinden avenue, carrying beside the iiiotorinun and conductor, u guard, successfully ran n gunntlot ol missiles thrown from the roofs oi houses only to run Into a can of nitroglycerin which exploded with Tho rear platform terrillc force. was torn off and tho flooring wrenched from its fastenings The orow wm not injured, but emerged from the shattered ruin with their pistolt drawn and began tiring at what they thought was a couple of men crouching an if t.) hide thomslves behind a small bill board, Tho explosion was the signal for rctiowlng tho attaolt from the housetops aud alleys. Troop A, hurrying on horbnek U the see no, was bombarded with giant firecrackers. Uno of these exploded with such force that the mount of one of the troopers wns knocked over, in his fall carrying with him two othet horses and their riders. Several arrunt wore made. Pistol shots wore frequently heard and one man was slightly wounded in the arm It Is said. Up to a late hour, reports more or lew vague, of blockades and shtMiting, floated about town, but failed of ooit Urination. Strikers and their friends held a mass meeting in Ncwburg, a suburb of Cleveland, Monday night, during which the men were urged to persevere In their fight against the Rig t Urwtlt, Mass., where Hood's 5arj.jpj- rtiu is nude, it still h.is .i Unier s.xlt tlun All other b!o(d purifiers. Its '.twe . i Ana aires .nc s.ties iwvc spre.xd abroad, l And His untversalh recvomsed as the I t best blood medicme money cm buv ? Ik sure to get Hood's, because A Is .i Tmver ... ..' 3foodiSaUabaiiffq wmmr MA GETS Hut PA'S ADVICE. It !,,. When Ami .she (lets line the Oilier 'llllliK. Cut other one." "No," maw njr, "I think that's You' Rot to Tell me wlmh yosi'd "lhr Seem about tbeSaHW, ."nuw paw.. "Well on we Flip Penny aays "Tale fir the Surd tfiitl ami lied fer the i( "Two purl wants te work ller," huw Sat a. "ahii I U'latit vmi'J 'Vll m wk..W mmm -- -- " Hire. Omm a wed irMri ind oW a to f'l Ninjiab ijiirl. Wnitch one would Jt lake? "How Do I no," my pair "When I ato't 'H them. Yen ot to no which is the est." Kite Ref o re when paw Conic Home nun- M) to Him I got mtfhin 1 hsiii you to Tell nte. I "Mpvel "Well," ! don't SiKe they are emiythiDf! 1 Can't tell You. all stunt. - "Pa. lt mj. tir. " 1 1 ? Nc-jro- cs Clkvkiami, O..Jtily 03. A special to tho Leader from Columbus says: Adju Gen. Axllno shortly after received tho following message: "Send regiment at once." The Coltitu. but regiment was at once ordered to assemble and should reach Clcvelaud early Tuesday morning. inul-tiight ami when we Got Set Domi at the Table maw tung the Rell and in remr the Swttd curl. IMw He look at Hrr n mmit and when he went out He Say to Maw "I Ret I no what you'd Do if I TeJd yeu to Go and .lump m the lttte." "What!" niawaat "You'd ko wa ome Whsiraml Climb a Tree," paw as), and then He nude a Swipe at s My what waa Ittiirn around ami nocked over the ntugar Itottel. It w Sad Ntc. Georglc, n Clnot;" Tutta-He- r aid. ew Through ftleaplnc tar l.ln llalneea anit Petiter, .'n lli.ule. Hour The MiaMinrI Pari tie Hnllwnr. In connection wild Ui RocL Nlnud AoiiIm front Mli: ' Kti )M Retter take the ftmlite) gerl." Iji.t intc inw Come Home Purty ftitd So jiurty fi Thny Come lUek and mw He IxkiLisI out tbrosWM the erect, frem the Door it Them while limy wa 'I'd Ik in te maw, and when maw came in lle-lii- rik." jw Italy M. tiul SCI .I- V- HIS A it y Lt. son-in-la- - "iuit Jl Toledo, 0., July 23. Marshal O. Waggoner, of this city, who for of half a century has been ono of the most pronouarcd IntidcU In the country, made a public confession of faith and conversion to Christianity at Memorial United Rrcthreii church Monday night in the presence of a vast congregation. Air. Wairroner. who is 70 year old, a brilliant lawyer, eloquent orator and an author of considerable note, bnd collected a choice llbrnry of worka on Infidelity and agnosticism, by such authors a Tom Payne, Voltaire, Ingersoll and others worth several thousand dollars and these costly volumes he prOote to publicly burn in the street in flout of the church where he made the confosion of faith. Mr. Waggoner says hU conversion was brought about by a vUiou which appeared to him lu his led chamber at midnight about eight months ago. He says ho is not going to join the field, but will devote the rest of his life to work In Christ's vineyard. cvan-gollstie KntiMm City. i now uirailng thrrntli Well Known Toleiln Uaa Converted to aleeplng cap. ftwrvn Ht UtuU ami DenHt Ix)Ullniii itnllv, arriving ver. ChrlttUollr -- He Will Make a lion. Dciitrr 11 o'clock tlm t morning Tlifa Hre of III Colly Innilel Hooka. la tho ipilckol lino ltwre.ii ttire el tin. by ever two hour. m-iup-wa- rd AGN0STIC LIBRARY. Mirrobr are now understood to be to human life It l oar tendeney, we believe, to regard a nrerttitic what were inereh yettonlay. Detroit Journal to Ga-xett- r.re-eM- ry Aiilomolrtlr or ought not to mobile teem ! the quettwn at iMue.Ctrlieg e (LITTtl TO MORE LYNCHJNGSMOJECTED KI.I Jim" li liiMr.le.l l.y lilt t olure.l I'rlcn.U ami lUltln la 1 lirenlenei- t.Mra. Usletree'a A IUlll. A I'lnn to Organize Their I'oreei Into Distinct 1'arty Wat the I'rluclpal Tliemo of Illicutilon. a away. Kahn, a Chinese woman, who was educated at Ann Arbor by American missionaries. The most costly piece of railway line in tho world is probably that between the Mansion house and Aldgate stations in London, which required tho expenditure of close upon 510,000,000 per mile. Toktoisk shell, as it comes from the West Indies i coarse, dirty and and only the most skillful and patient manipulation makes it tho rieb and beautiful material that it event Bally becomes. Jus-tcrles- s, Aho.no the delegates at the international council of women was Dr. Ida take the wor- -. Passengers who were on tho car say tho explosion seemed to lift tho whole front end of the car and it ripped up the lloor for more than half tho distance from tho front end. The car was, in fact, a complete wreck, but strango to say it did not leave the rails and was taken to the barns by tho next outward bound motor. The police wero quickly summoned to the scene of tho explosion and a Sorca of men was detailed to ivestigato with a view of running down tho who placed the explosion on tho track. Trolley Strike Practically at an End. New Youk, July 24. The trolley car strike, both in Manhatten and Brooklyn seems to bo practically at an end. General Master Workman Parsons says it is not Sunday and at a meeting ot tho Central Federated union he launched a scheme for a new labor political party and at tho samo time nrged upon tho delegates of tho various trades unions in Greater New York the expediency of contributing the fund to aid tho strikers and thu delegates promised their fbvjuclal support. per-io- n Chicaoo, July 23. While the mem bers of the national committee wero enjoying a view of the drainage canal Friday the silver leaders wero in con. ference nt the Auditorium annex. Those present were: John P. Alt- geld, Georgo Fred Williams James P. Tarvin, president of tho league of bimetallic elubs of tho Ohio valley; Gen. A. J. Warner, president of tho Ameri can Rlmctallic union; C A. Shlvely, of Indiana, and Morton Frewcn. tho bimetallism It Is said that a plan to organize the silver forces of the country into a dls. tinct party formed the principal theme of discussion. It was not suggested as an immediate necessity, but as a con-- , tlngciicy Which future events inltfllt make not only expedient, but neccs. sary Iiiiurancn Ag-en- t Frig-lif.- li . rr Kalla. Sat-tley, cics Chicago, July 22. Wlnfleld N. an insuranco agent, has tiled a petltiou In bankruptcy in which ho schedules 5210,000 as liabilities. His assets, which aro estimated at 570,700. consist chiefly of life insuranco poll! Conilltliip of tlioTreainry. WAfliilNOTo.v, July 22. Friday's ance, S27i,e07,0j: J20.060 statement of tho condition of the treasury shows: Available cash bal. gold rrserve, 5241... RA1MIKIDOK, Gn., July 3JS The score and more of posses that havo been Camdux, N. J. .carolling tho woods and swamps of How Sir. lironn Waa Helped. the wire grass district cror since last "I mtiHt toll you that Lydla 12. Friday for tho outragcrt of Mrs. J. G. Vegetable Compound has dona Ogletree at Stafford have, up to Monday night, according to tho host infor- more for mo than any doctor. " I waa troubled with Irregular mation, lynohwd three Negroes atwl caught two more, who will probably bo menstruation. Lnst Ktiuimcr I began the use of your Vegetable Compound, put to death Tuesday. and after taking two bottles, I have "Kid Jim," a member of tho gang of lieen regular every month since. I eight, was located Monday afternoon recommend your medicine to ull." lu a cabin near i'incknrd, Ala. He is Mits. Ma no ir. A. Rnow.v, West Ft. guarded by about 100 of his rnce, who Plkasa.nt, N. J. say iney win ueieuii nun against any SIXTH REGIMENT'S VICTORY, atlacU. A posse of 100 men hcavi'.y iKjriu't your tny write well I'trliir armed left Rainbridgc Monday evenII, 1.,11 I K''1! IflK. It tVn (Jreater Than at 1'lrtt Reported - ing for tho cabin, nnd say they will on Will llara n halutary Kflect take "Kid Jim" dead or alive, guard or xa THE I1KST INK. MmlUr Itcibuer llaiiUa. no guard. Mure uvcit linn any otliet, IMn't coat Clnts. Mack, the organizer of tho 4 you j! jny more than iwor luk. Aikfurlt. Wabhi.votox, July 21. Thosvar do gang, was captured near Iron City. mmTTTTTTVTTTTTTTT'fT Sunday received from Gen. partment The information is that Mack will Otis another dispatch giving nddition arrive at Rainbridgc about 3 Tuesday EDUCATIONAL. al particulars of the fight between morning, and the lynching will probaCapt. It. A. Ryrne, with 70 men of the bly occur shortly'thcrcafter. 6th infantry, and robber bands in Ihn Humor Denied. th 4 Wand of Nogros. It shows that Paws. July 25. Dispatches received of tho soldiers victory tho South African ro- here from Pretoria, than that greater was Gen. Otls's dls lepublle, say that tho absence of Prested pe lu nn nit nt Julv 21 and that tho loss snf. ident Krtigcr from the meeting of tho fcrl,i by the robbers was considerably executive council Monday gave curu.nn before stated. Much sat- - rency to n report that ho had resigned, ... Kir fjT .iJV ufUtion is felt by Gen. Otis over tho owing to differences between himself f Ar f this preliminary effort In and members ot tho Volksraad. Pres- THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME, filing with this disturbing element ident Krtigcr, when seen Monday to the Ill... Ulnn.l and ho renorts it alrenilv night in regard stating matter, denied CIsmIcs,NOTK1J DAMB. INDIANA. History. l!conomlc and theso rumors positively that Jaurnallon, Letters,Science, Pharmacy, Art, as having a salutary effect on other Law, they were without foundation. Civil, .Mechanical and Ulcctrical Lnelncerlne. b.if ds infesting tho locality. Archllrcture. Health HeHrt of Havana. Thornuuh Preparatory nml Commercial The l'retlilent'a Vacation. l Undent at Havana, July 25. The health report Courses. rales. f'ABiiiNQTOw, July 24. President Kooro for the past two weeks has been tho Cotirun. Tree. Junior or Senior Year, Collegiate Wuiima In Kent, inoilernte chatge. aw Mrs. McKlnley will leave hero the most favorable over known In tho St. LMwsrd'H hall, for lmy under 13. mdlo of tho comlnfr. week for their tory of Havana. Thero havo been his The joth Year will otien September jth.iHog, no Catalogue I'ree. Addrets vacation at Hotel Champlaln, three yellow fever cases, and tho number of HI!V. A. MOKKISSRY, C, S.C., PresMcnt. mil's from Plattsburr, N. Y. Quarters other contagious or infectious diseases ho1 o been engaged at tho hotel and NEW HAMPSHIRE has been reduced to tho minimum. lie: rly all the details of tho trip havo MILITARY AACADEMY Killed Vlill IteaUtliig Arreit. br i arranged. ,, Macon, July 25. Tho Telegraph has A. M.. Principal, WKNT l.UIIANUN. N. II.v Tho Shamrock at Kotheiay. a special from Lecsburg, Gil. saying a iiKKSocic, July 24. Sir Thomas Lip. Negro supposed to bo ono of tho d tloernori, and 3M Minuter.. i ajr , book" "nil tot s American cup challenger bliain- eourirai ravlshcrs was killed by cltlzuu. B lthplantuboth fundi. no A. WniiAaVl'.l"., l'laS earn ifli W. ro( arrlvca bunuay at Kowiesay, while resisting arrest. 10IJCAII0N IRll Write fotticuUriC (JIJSIMSS Illfc id of liute. turrt.,uj.uc Hcbuvl, SpilugSild, Maaa. wero affected and had leticorrhutn. I had iny children SUFFERING GIVE PLACE very faat nctJ ll movory TO PER 10 OS ?ft ear ago weak. I w A j OF JOY tuken with llnod " ing and alinoel tiled. The doctor even gnve mo tip anil wonders how I ever lived "I wrote for Mr. Pinkhnm'.i adilco nt Lynn, Mho , Mini look her inodlcttio nnd to get well. I took several bottles of the Corn xu nil and used the Sanative Wash, and can truly wiy that I am cured. You would hardly know me, am feeling and looking so well, Lydia H, Pinkliam'a Vegetable Compound made mo what I am." Mil. J. F. .SrmsTCH, 401 Miiat.v.vtc Sr., n sufferer from female weakness. V.rcry month regularly w do incuses came, 1 Buffered dreadful pains iti uterus, ovnrlrs " I wa !. riointa XO. ft,iii PERIODS OF Ix-ga- 1 Pink-ham- 's CARTER'S INK ,,!,, I -- rJlts iilli,. i;cch-lallca- I w A: C Saf-fol- c WAR SECRETARY Kllliu Koot Has Hum Appointed Successor to Si'cietury Ali,vr. He A SIGNS RECIPROCITY TREATY. l 111I1 FIGHTING SIXTH. V HnriiniMit TonU ADM. Tim 1 DEWEY'S RECEPTION. Br Kntiliir ( Hiiihini, nit t:lm f of 1'rnticp, Mllll tlllllltl,llllllir K I ).! .Winch 'llilr M;ii..lurw. V Part In a Moody tr lilt Kntxrtalnineiit ninmlttfle Mak rnhlle tho 1'lan ft ft v ft Capital of tho Nation. Whlli, In the INTERESTING STATE NEWS. 2 3 3 Si. J - ri.pt. 1 Hi Augu.1 John nil Knt l'n.ltlnil nnil Mill Aitlsliini .rirrt.trj- - Melkrl- AiiIh. rtrelary Ht Pres. Hunt t itllt mi .Mcltlnlry. July a,. Tho reciprocity treaty negotiation yimllfy between tho United States nnd Trance WARiu.soro.v, long-)tnltn- g thority. July ai.-l'l- ihti Koot, York, through Senator P titv. hns ueooptcd tln portfolio oi nr. Tim Is on Senator Plntt'a au.' Washington. Now Tho stnntor nme here prepared to nr ' Francis V. Greene, If n mile Utj mail should lie dosirod; Boot, if mi attorney' should be wanted, mid to accept for cither. The president chose Hoot because lie wanted n mim qualified to decide on civil government in the colonics, which will nrUe. No olnim except from tho state ol N.w York were nt any time cousld-crodWawii.niitom, Al-sj- . July a.V beorotnry returned to Washington Monday .nnd Man In his office early. Soon after .hl arrival Assistant Secretary Mclklc i:i.imu HOOT. John joined him and they had a regarding matters In the department nnd tho turning over of the to Gen. Alger's niocossor. Assistant Secretary Mclklojohn will lie In oharge unll Mr. Koot quallflci oil August 1. Washington, July 2J. Hon. KUhu Koot, of New York, who Is to succeed Gen. Alger a serctaryof war, arrived In Washington Monday night and had n lout; conference with the president. He reached tho city after 10 o'clock .iml went to the Arlington hotel, vh!roh rogUtarod. Word was sent to tho white house thai Mr. Koot had arrived and Acting Secretary Cortcl-yowent to the hotel nnd escorted the ftr aecrfltary to the white honor. t!en. Corbln wan with tho president nt the time, but left, nftcr a hort conversation with Mr. Koot, to whom lie was Introduced by tho president. Mr. Koot remained at the white house until a quarter after - o'clock, when he returned to the hotel. Tuosdny Mr. Koot will again see the ptatdcnt and probably will return to Not York lato in the day. consul-Nation u were brought 10 a successful uuo nt the state department lato Monday afternoon, when Ambassador Cnmbon, In behalf of I'm nee. and Commibioiu'i KnsMiii, in behalf of tho United State, alllxed their signatures to the reciprocal y treaty. It is by far the most important .rcity conolinled under lite reciprocity provisions of the Dlngiey li,v and the onlv one alt', cling the tr.uio with n largo commercial nation. The negotiations were marked by rather nhurp nnd long continued discussions, which continued up to the time the signatures were placed on tho document. In the end a spirit of compromise prevailed and each side yielded something. As a whole both hides express satisfaction with tho general results secured, for whllo tho compromise necessitates some minor tho general ciToct of the treaty will encourage commerce between tho two countries. The concessions granted by Kranco embraced most of tho article In what is known ns the I'rench minimum tarltl. This comprises Oil heads, tho rutca being on nn average about ao per cent, below those In tho general tarilT on Krnncc. It was found necessary however, owing to protests from I'rench agrarian Interests to exfrom cept this minimum list about at articles chiefly agricultural products. Tho French in wintry was obliged to pay heed to this sentiment, nnd in turn M. Cnmbon mado the exceptions a condition of closing the treaty. It was on this point that the negotiations were In doubt for several days, and it was only by compromising on tho extent of tho exceptions that an agreement was made possible. As first presented tho exceptions numbered la, but some of these were classes including a number of distinct Items, so that In all there were n large number of execptionv As finally ngrccd upon, these exceptions were narrowed down to at. nnd outside of them the United States gets the benefit of all tho reductions on the French minimum list. llesldes the reductions given to this country the treaty Is important in continuing a number of minimum rates which should havo been abolished if the treaty had not been concluded. sac-rllice- s. THE ANCIENT VOODOO DANCE KrST09i tit Chutlnnoogn IIkt Introduced II It lift, Aiuiu,il .tlarmlnir !'r pnrtlnn and ilmj II Mii,L CitATTA.Nooos, Tcnn., July e.. s THE lateITingersoll. elinpl Funeral Kierrlset Held Oter the l(eiii.tliii Dr. John Clark Kidpath, lh Historian, OirirUted. Nr.w Yoiik, July as. Simple funeral exercises over the body of the lato Hubert (5. Ingcrsoll will bo held at Walton, tho Ingcrsoll summer homo at Dobhs Kerry, at 4 o'clock Tueday ttfternoon. Dr. John Clark Kidpath, who was for many year a cloc pergonal friend of Col. Ingcrsoll, will read the eulogy delivered by Col. Ingcrsoll upon his brother Clarke. Dr. Kidpath will also rend "My Creed," the last poem writton by Col. lugor&oll, and will afterward make a brief address. Maj. 0. J. Smith, of Dobbs' Kerry, a warm friend of the THE TRANSPORT SHERIDAN. sroat orator and lecturer, will read other selections from Ingcrsoira writ- 1 lii mI Arrive ul Muttlla With Kclu- (lilt A (,rrt fiirrrmrntt fnr ings. Watvrapnnl ul .Sen. Karly Wodnosday morning tho family will accompany the remains to MAy.r.A, July United Statei Fresh Komi, Long Island, where the transport Sheridan, which sailed from They will San Francisco Juno 25 with reinforcebody will be cremated. bring tho nshos Imck to Dobbs Kerry, ments for lien. !:. S. Otla, nrrlvcd here and they will be deposited in an urn Monday. On July 10 a great water which will bo surmounted with the spout was discovered directly in the bust of Col. Ingcrsoll to be made from course of tho ship, and to nvold It it Hho death musk mado Monday by John was necessary to make a detour of sevliray Kornard, the New York bculptor, eral miles. (en. Otis has received n letter rult Water Well. Uh.am), lud., July ac Tho problem dnted July a nnd signed by Charles af keeping salt water out of the deep Itlnnford nnd Fred llcppe, respecfresh water wells Is rapidly coming to tively assistant engineer and third tho front in tho gns and oil bolt. It Is olllcer of tho hospital ship Kollef, who (reported that many wells have already wero canturod by Filipinos oh" 1'arati-nquon May .10. Tho letter says the turned salty from tho water that eswells. When n prisoners in tho hands of tho insurcapes from gas and oil ras or oil well Is nbandoned nowadays gents "aro receiving excellent treatment, but the suspense of fearing tho -- since tho trust lt soiling tho piping, is pulled nnd this allows tho loss of our positions Is terrible." the easing Tho writers beg (Jen. Otis to Interlalt water to escape through tho cede for their release. Gen. Oils has .Issurrs of the earth nnd spoil tho fresh taken steps In that direction. ..vatoi wells. 35.--The o dance and the entire Negro community has gone wild on the subject. Negroes havo congregated from ns fnr as Alabama and MlonUsIppl to participate in the weird exorcises and sorshlp. The city is full of excited colored people, drawn here by the news which has gone forth. Several hundred of tho Negroes started dancing to the no omp.iulim'ut of torn toms and otlici 'ike instruments nnd will continue tc do so until their physical (strength it completely spent. The applicants for membership In the band take their seats in tho middle of n dark room, there they wait until a vision Is seen nnd they immediately nrlsu and rclnto It. If tho dream it horrible enough nnd suits tho lookers-otho Negro is ndmltted Into fellowship, nnd nt once begins his dnnce with the others. Tho roodoo worship hni assumed such alarming proportion! that the attention of local olliccrs of tho lnw has been called to It n of Clinttnnooga and vicinity have inaugurated tho ancient voodoo Suicided Ml'MJATlNi:, I17 Mloutlnc. an. Stock-lale, rrohnmn 11117a la., July John for tOycars a resident of iSluseatlno, committed sulcldo by shoot-n- g himself through thu heart Monday Homing whllo sultcrlng Intense pain 'rom sickness. aged 71, Nkw Yoiik, July Itjr', Thritter. 2fi. Charles Froh-ma- n hni purchased Daly's theater In this city nnd its ndjuuets and will assume control at once. He will install his brother, Daniel Froh in an, as manager. It Is, said tho prico paid wai 3100,000. the Orltint. Tli Involution at nu Unit. The ronorts Lima, I'eru, via Galveston, Tex., July Japanese-Chlneitalliance, which havo been persistently denied 25. Cablegrams to the government for BOinc time, havo now asiumod from Kara and Mnnaos announce that definite form, and arc causlug great the Iqultos revolution came to an end on July 18. cxcltcmcut In Russian circles. An AltUnco In SiiANOHAt, July 25. 11 o Fhaxkfoiit, Ky., July 22. There will be a conference here Tuesday of Senator Goebel, former Senator Hla'ck-buand Chairman Yonng, of tho democratic state central committee. It is said that an early campaign opening is growing In favor with many of the leaders, as a means of checking tho sentiment, which has been given such THROUGH THE HEART. a boost by democrats in Young Pythian Saffell, Son of Montgomery, Warren and other counmaster at Frankfort, Committed ties. It is probable that the campaign SIR THOMAS LIPTON'S YACHT, THE SHAMROCK. Suicide by Shooting. committee will also be named at this meeting. Fhaxkfoiit, Ky., July 25. Phythlan GOVERNOR IS POWERLESS. SafTell, aged 28, son of Distiller J. M. Saffell, committed suicide at tho home to Suit the Situation In Clay of father, his Frank- Knaet Uni near County or Allow Uelllcerent to fort, nt an early hour Sunday "Shoot It Out" morning, shooting himself through Lkxixotox, Ky., July 23. There is a Young the heart. Saffell was for a number of years employed in the general expression of Indignation in post office under his father when post Lexington at the situation in Clay master, lie was well known and pop- county. A number of loading citizens ular. He had been In bad health for and professional men were asked s for their some time, and temporary insanity is Friday afternoon as to tho best way to stop tha attributed as the cause of his sad deed. trouble In Clay county, and the expres Accidentally Wounded. IIopkinsviile. Ky., July 24. Tom sion of each was to the effect that Gov. an extra Clark, proprietor of tho livery stablo Ilradley ofshould either call simply .alsession tho legislature or Eighth and Virginia atrcula, at ,,shu6otltcmt accidentally wounded while driving in low the belligerents to until they nro all gone." his buggy near this city, no was alone in the vehicle when, in handling EDITOR C. C. MOORE. his pistol, tho weapon was discharged, the ball taking effect above his eye and lie Want! to Preach Infidelity From the 11 Pulpit of Chrltt Church Cathedral, passing through his head and the ( --UT Lexington, Ky. buggy top. His wound is serious, but 4 fll not fatat. Lkxixotox, Ky., July 25. Charier fcmatlpox Under Control. Chilton Moore, the editor who was re Ky., July 23. The cently released from the Columbus, O., FitANitroiiT, board of health issued a proclamation penitentiary, wants to preach infidelity Friday rescinding the order prohibiting from the pulpit of Christ church cathethe holding of church services and dral. In a card published Monday ha other public gnthcrlngs for ten days says: past on account of prevalence of small"Since the death of Ingcrsoll, I air pox. This lets in the populist state tho most prominent of living infidels, convention, which meets here July a". and Lexington ought to try r.udhccp uj The health board announces that the with the procession by giving mo 3 Aa llir Ilrlllati Challrnsrr Look. When Ilrntlj- - to Matte Sail. disease is now perfectly under control. church to preach in. I believo I can preach a series of sermons that would Kit Setalon Advocated. . . the cable ship Kecordcr nnd Lieut. Al FUSE FACTORY draw like a traction eugine." EXPLOSION. llAttDSTfiTr;,, Ky., July 33. There is frcd T. Clifton, who succeeded to Capt. Killed by Falllnc; Slate. not much interest manifested in reTUley's command in Hollo. A (ilrl' r.jrt lllown On, anil Hit Tioilj MiDDi.Ksnoito, Ky., July 25. William gard to Clay county troubles here. Horribly Maneloil Tsru Other I'erManila, July 22, The unprecedentProminent citizens hero when asked Griflln was killed and two other met on Haiti)- Injured. ed rains of the last week havo conregarding the situation express tho be- seriously hurt by falling slato in th vinced observers here thnt military Gov. liradlcy should call an coal mines of the Virginia Coal and Nk.ma, O., July 22. A terrific explo- lief thnt operations on n largo scale or advances extra session of the legislature to take Cok Co. at Stoncga. Griflln leaves1 covering many miles will bo Impossi- sion Friday morning at the Xenla Fuso wife and three children. matter. ble for n long time Many miles of Manufacturing Co., near here, Injured action lu the Accidentally Killed Himself. the country aro Hooded to a depth three persons horribly. One, possibly St llurthntoiiieir, Pen two, will die. SconsviiXE, Ky., July at. of threo or four feet. Tho aa. Along Lkxixotox, Ky., July The injured are: MUs Kose O'Don-nel- l, with 10 or 15 other yearlings returning llurton accidentally shot himself whllt bridge, which wns considered fatally, Mrs. Ollio Davis and Fu- from the New York sales Thursday cleaning a revolver at his home, neai Impregnable, has been swept away, Gainesville, this county. Tho woapor. cutting oil temporarily the garrisons nis Wylcoir. Tho plant, operated by camo August liclmont's of mus and Paeoor from communica- tho Aetna Powder Co., of Chicago, bay stallion St. Bartholomew, by was discharged, the ball entering hit a large number of girls making St. Plalse, out of St. Bridget. lie cheek ami ranging upward, causing tion from Mnnlla. In thccircumstances Burton was at it would be impossible to move wagon cartridges. was sent to nurserj stud to bo turn- Ing lustant death. y brick, is a ed years of age and leaves a wife anc The building, n trains as the trails havo become doubtout until next season, when he will child. ful. Pack mules will be utilized if it total wreck, tho walls being scattered be put to a few choice marcs. should become possible for soldiers to In nil directions. Sprrlnl .Indje It Appointed. Rose O'Donncll'sclotheswcro burned Further Ilccrultlnc nt Owomlioro. mako marches. The ofllclals will have Ky., July 22. Gov. FitANKKoiir. Ky., July 21. Lieut. Bradley Thursday afternoon appointOwKXsnoito, their hands full for somo time In ar- oft nnd her body mutilated in a most ranging for tho departure of volun- terrible manner. Doth eyes aro gone, Cordray. United States volunteers, has ed Judge James D. Black, of Parbours teers and in settling tho rcgulnrs who her hands blown oil and holes aro torn been detailed to Owensboro to open vlllc, special judge of the Leslie counin her body. Sho remained conscious another recruiting office next week. ty circuit court, to sit In tho caso ol aro roplnclng them. long enough to state that It was Maj. O'Counell enlisted 41 men in three Henry l'cnnlngtou, charged with murTo Itroprn With Unlnn Miner. through her that tho explosion camo dnj-- this week, and there arc a largo der. Judge Kvcrsole, tho regulat Paxa, 111., July 22. It is authorita- about. number of applicants who were not judge, Is disqualified by kinship with tively given out that all the mines will ' Mrs. Ollio Davis, a widow, with ona for lack of time. The new ono of the parties. reopen with union miners on August child, was frightfully burned and will o.llco will remaiu open several weeks. Wat Lincoln's Street hr.trt. 15 or September 1, thus putting nn end die. Lkxixotox, Ky., July as. Mrs. Marj Jesse lluy's Slayer. to long lockouts nnd dilTercuccs beEnnls WykolT, aged 2.1, married, had Wr.sr LiBFjtTV, Ky., July aa. Tho Love Lawless died here Sunday in tht tween operators and miners which has ono cyo blown out, but he aided In restrial of the Fugatc brothers for the 82 year of her age. She wns a sweetresulted in so much loss to property, cuing the girls from tho building. heart of Abraham Lincoln and a reigndeath of no less than 15 persons, nnd Tho scenes about tho building wcro killing of Jesse Day began Thursday. ing bell of her day. Her maiden name has put the state nnd comity to nn cv heartrending. The Arc department wns Tha prosecution examined about 2.5 Mt, pense of fully SlftO.OOo" to protect the called out, but tho wreck did not tako witnesses nnd rested its side of the was Joplln and her home was at Vernon, Ky. Her husband was Jamci company's property nnd tho lives of fire Tho cause of tho explosion Is a case. The defense has nbout 40 witB. Lawless, n Mexican wnr vcterau. nesses, nnd opened Friday morning. thoir workmen. mystery. Tho Drought Hrokrii. Untie ton I'renlni;. Three-Cel'enra Helens. lraro Uter. Leuasox, Ky., July a4. The scrioui Ky., July 23. President Lexixiitox, Pi.vi: Ui.ufi', Ark., July 22. -- Tho ImDktkoit, Mich., July 22. Tho street of six weeks, which has dont pending race war hi Chicot county has railway companies have announced tho McKinley wns invited by tho local drought much damage to crops, was broken Aulodge of Flks to attend Its fair lu bcon settled and penco reigns there end of tho three-cen- t rates. Five-ceThe by gentle, steady rains. Friday night. Ono Whlttaker, who fares, or six rides for a quarter, will bo gust. Friday a letter was received hero prospects are for a good soaker, which had stirred up u bitter feeling on the in effect agalu by Snturday. Pingreo from him, regretting that pressing enwill be worth mauy a dollar to farmpnrt of thoblncks, wns ordered to leave has nbaudoned Ills municipal owner- gagements enforced his inability to ers. soud v acceptance. tho community and lost no time in ship plan. Liquor Dcator lalln.' catch lug a train. Sentiment Divided. KUhu Koot for lecretary of War. Louisvii.i.f, Ky., July as. Charlej Gf.oiiof.towx, Ky., July aii. People Wabhixotox, Jul a2. Senator Plntt, I.anse limit. link row, a wholesale liquor dealer, Nkw Yoiik, July 22. E. DcGrove of New York, is expected to nrrlvo in differ ns to the best way to treat Clay Some say let them tight filed a petition iu voluntary bankruptLangc, once the champion amateur Washington Friday evening. It is county feuds. It out., as war of extermination would cy Saturday, Liabilities,' SS'2,000; as three-mllwalker of America, died Bald he will urge tho president to sets, 350,000. Friday at his homo lu this city. KUhu Koot aa secretary of war. be the surest and cheapest. rn nnti-Goebc- L partment ha received the following cablegram: Mamua, July at. Adjutant General) Washington: Capt. E. A. llyrne, Cth infantry, with To men, surprised by united robber bands, in Ncgros, numbering 4S0; killed, lift; wounded, a few rifles and revolver ni.tny hind weapons, largo quantity of stock. Fighting nt close distance. Ilyrno's loss, one killed, one wounded, name not given. Tho action very beneficial for quiet of Ncgros. Otis. Notk There nru two Capts. llyrne In tho 0th infantry brothers Cnpj. Ilernnrd A. llyrno nnd Capt. Charles llyrne. ltoth nra intrepid olllccrs nnd noted as thorough fighters by their men. Cnpt Charles llyrne, leading his company, F, was the first commissioned otllcer of Hawkins' brigade to reach Fort San Juan last July this seems to bo certain. ltoth these llyrnes arc In command of battalions, acting majors of tho 1st and ad battalions of 0th infantry. Wasiiisotox, July 22. It was at on tho Island of Ncgros, that Capt. Tilley, of tho signnl corps, was ambushed and murdered by the natives on May 27th last. It Is supposed that the band of robbers who were so severely punished by Capt. llyrnes' command were a part of the sumo marauders. Tho signal service has Just compiled a report on this occurrence made up from reports by the officers of many-captured, Wahiiimitox, July 2J. Adm. Dewey having cabled approval of the plans lnr llanilrml xtiil I'lftrrli Itebnl Wrtn for his reception at tho national capl-t- si KUIpiI, Miwij UimiihI'iI unit Mijillr i.ie committee In charge of t..at !. Wm nml Arm, liiiiurul-O- ur event are free to proceed nt ouco with - yiminili-d- . Duo Kttlixl Nti.l Dmthe necessary preparations. Some tim ago tho district commissioners Wariiimiiiin', July Ui. The war de- ftpiKniitd n committee of 100 lUttle at Hol)o:i;r on Wednesday. 9 33 33 3 9 33.3 - 3 3' - - S -5 -iJ - 3i 9 3'S 3i J 9 a. 5 a. - - - - 3.'ao CROWDS GATHERING. No Doubt Has the NO EXTRA SESSION. , llaker.' Attorney a to tlnv. llrnillny W III Xot Call the l.;l,l;tur Their Arqulttnt The Cc Mny He T;elher. Nolthnr Villi lie So nil Troop to Clay Couuir. Culled Turtduy Afternoon. FiiAMKKoiir, July at. Gov. llradlcy will not call a special session of tho legislature, neither will ho send troop t to Clay county under present conditions. He reached this conclusion Wednesday night. He thinks the legislature would not enact legislative laws rclatiug to the judiciary necessary to reach tho Clay county situation and iia doubts If tho military would do there. A well know mountain who was called on by the governor, for an opinion as to what was best measure to be resorted to for the restoration of order In Clay county, responded that ho thought the whole thing could bo settled by Introducing a better grade of whisky into Manchester to take tho place of moonshine liquor, distilleries for which nro almost on every farm. otll-cl- citicn to take representative Tho ex- organ.z.-- cognizance of the admiral's return to the n.itlunnl capital, which committee and subdivided. ecutive committee sketched a programme, which was approved by President Melvlnlcy, Secretary Long nnd the committee of one hundred. The programme provides for n suitable committee escort from New York to Washington. Probably on tho nfternoon of his arrival tho admiral will be conducted to the east front of t Ky., July 25. Tho largest crowd ever seen in this town wns here Monday nt the opening of court, svhsru Wiley nnd Jim llaker will bo tried on a change of venue from Clay county. A Inrgo portion 01 the crowd wns composed of friends and witnesses in the case. No steps wcro taken Monday In this case, and it will piobabiy not be called before Tuesday llAitnotmsvju.K, any-goo- d al, the capital where Secretary Long will prcu-nthe sword of honor wblch was voted by congress. A capacious platform, suitably decornted, will bo erected for the accommodation of tho president, his cabinet, the members of tho diplomatic corps nnd other distinguished personages. In the evening there will be a military, naval and civic parade, in which crcry organized body in tho District of Columbia Is expected to participate. This is to be feature of tho torchlight variety nnd is to be accompanied by a general Illumination, the most elaborate ellccts being along the line of the march. The parade will bo reviewed by the president, Adm. Dewey nd many of the most prominent national ofllclals and international representatives. Following the parado HI bo band concerts in various sections of tho city. v uftcrnoou. Attorney Allen llaker, of Manchester, Is here, nnd has been since the murder of his brother Tom. Ho will take the leading part iu thu defense, lie expresses surprise at tho possibility of conviction, and claims no case can bo mado against tho boys. They have many friends and relatives in this county, who say they will contend fot their rights. The Whites, who will be Interested in the prosecution, have not yet arrived, but will probably be on hand Tuesday. Another murder caso to come up nt this term is against Law-so- n Goodin for complicity ib the alleged murder of Town Marshal Hubbard la years ago. Goodin left this county soon after the killing, returning only last year, svhen he surrendered for trial. His alleged accomplice, Will Kcckett, was sent up for 21 years, but was lately pardoned. There is no indication of trouble. DEMOCRATS ToljEET. Itlaclc- -' Con- Senator Goebel, Former Senator burn and Chairman Younj; to fer at Frankfort anti-Goeb- cl t- lilW l opiu-ipn- nu VtW J 'II vVk vV rjtLSrzr- - - Para-naqu- o ld 1 cm-plo- oue-stor- s nt nt o np-pol- ut VT V. vr Tlie Hickman Courier A CAR WRECKED. OCOUUU WAKHUN, ROBERT G. INGERSOLL DEAD. Tim n lecturer ant Died Suddenly at III .Summer llonio In Iobb Ferry, N. Y., Krliluy, Well-Know- THREE LYNCHED. Negroes, lilcittiilcd ns Members of tin (Jung of Assaulters. Killed. A lln-dr- THE SOLDIERS CALLEC OUT. 44 IWlWWWlfllWI tv . I'libllsbcr. UICKMAN. i ' It Was KENTUCKY I'lTK Up by .Strikers Willi Nitroglycerin or Gun Cotton. Illown Another Attempt .Mails to Wreck a Trolley lurliy Htrlklnc Mreot Car Men In Cleveland. Ci.r.VKi.ANi), O., July Sli. Ulotlng broke out afresh hero Monday night and a second attempt to wreck a cai was made, A Pearl street car speeding south near Holmden avenue, carrying beside tho motormuu nnd conductor, a guard, successfully ran n guantlat ol missiles thrown from tho roofs ol houses only to run Into n enn of nitroglycerin which with exploded terrific force. Tho rear platform was torn off and tho flooring wronched from its fastening. Tho crow wa not injured, but emerged from the shattered ruin with their pistoli drawn and began firing nt what they thought was it couplo of men crouch lug as If t; hide thumslvcs behind n small bill board. Tho oxploslon was the signal for renewing tho nttnoh from tho housetops and nlloys. Troop A, hurrying on horseback tu tho scene, was bombarded with giant firecrackers. One of thesa exploded with such force that tho mount of one of tho troopers was knocked over, in his fall onrrying with him two other horses and their riders. Several arrests wero made. PUtol shots wcro frequently heard and one man was slightly wounded In tho nnu It is said. L'p to n late hour, reports, moro or luss vague, of blockades and shooting, floated about town, but failed of confirmation. Strikers and their friends held a mass meeting in Ncwburg, a suburb of Cleveland, Monday night, during which the iiieu wore urged to perse rere in their light ngalnstthe lllg Con solidated. CLKVhtANn. O., July OS. A special to tho header from Columbus says: Adjt. Gen. Axllno shortly after midnight recelvrd tho following message; Send regiment at once." The Columbus regiment was at once ordered to assemble nnd nhould reach Cleveland early Tuesday morning. A Good Name nt Home CURRENT TOPICS. Sr.XAToit fisherman. Mam- bs 5(H) Fiivs, of Maine, is a grcM IVrtnm Were ll. lljr Injured. Two or Three 1'rabitoljr I'Mtalty ltniiea In the Vicinity "f llm i:doloii Wcro Mntkeii ! Atlanta. On., July 24. A special to Cleveland, O., July 24. The rioting tho Constitution front Ralnbrldge, G., which continued throughout Saturday says: A Negro captured near Iron City A handsaw bearing date of 1C20 wof night n as renewed Sunday, and thoro Sumlay night was brought to SalTold dug up recently tit North East, Pa. were several serious outbreaks of vioand Identified ns one of the assailants The total cost to ltussla of the lir lence, but no clashes between tli MA GETS PA'S ADVICE. of Mrtx J. E. Oglctrco last Thursday porial family is S20.00O.OOO per year. mobs and the troops. I.v Germany n clock has been mnda nu'bt. He was lynched Sunday mornlint When lie Urts It She linti Cars were started running as usual that is warranted to go for 0,000 years Sunday morning on all but one or or ing near SalTold. the Olhrr And Diii-It is believed that In China there it two lines. The mobs were astir early. 'I hliiK. The other dead Negroes were found 20 times as much coal as in all Eualuugslde the railroad track two mile Soon after 10 o'clock a thousand or rope. Nite Met ore lin paw Come Horns west of Rainbridge Sunday morning gathered on ISurton nuiw jm to Hun. The favorite small arm in lirazil is a more persons names of none of those Negroes ar i The want roe. street, on the south side, and proecded "Iin, mt mMhin I "hpeelyou to Tell don't d i. pistol made In I m known. It is believed by some thct to obstruct the track. 1 Can't (till You Simm' thev urn vmiytbini; the two dead Negroes found by tho When a car came along with two poMusic boxes for bicycles arc now ull about. r' rni.road track wore tho men arrested "Two curl wants te work Here," mw manufactured by a firm in Hamburg1, liceman oh board, it was attacked with "ami wht jou'd Tell im which peo Saturday at Troy, Ala., on suspicion of Germany. a shower of stones. In spite of tho to Hire, (in' a Swede Kurt and okvt n Daxiki, Wklls, of Milwaukee, aged policemen tho ng implicated in the Oglctrou be motorraan Nintliah curl, Whilcli oho wott.d yw. M, is the oldest living taker" nnd who wore being brought to K& and conductor were roughly handled. I lei, Gf llftw !) no " mv nw. "When 1 ain't in the west. S.tffo.d for identification. One of them named MeDormott had i b I ft? Ev& tern them. You ot to mo u hieh ia the Heat." is salt Paul KnunoKii's favorite dish lt.UMiitiDOK, Go., July Ul. Three "Char Sm about the Same,'' maw ajr. herring. He cats at least one of these two ribs broken and tho other was "Well no'ri w Hip a Penny," nay paw. N.,tocs were lynched during Saturdny badly bruised. One of tho policemen fish every day. "Tali' ftr the Swede guil awl llwit fer thcr ui lit near Snffold, Go., and tho mob nllier owe." Gi:j. Fitziiuoh Lee is said to be con- fired at the mob, the bullet strik Is hunting for live more who nre bo"No," maw dy, "I think tbat'a templating the writing of a life of his ing a man named Wcnnick. Tho You Kt to Tell me wlmh jou'd lt veil to have been members of n gang mob assaulted the officers, both uncle, R. E. Lee. Talk." Maj. Gen. Otis' wlfo regularly re- - of robbed J. II Ogletree, agent of that So purtj- noon Taay Come llaek and mv were struck repeatwhom lle I ootid out through the crark from IU the Plant system nt SatTold, Thursday ceivs a cablegram from her husband edly with stones and but for tho hind the lwir at 'litem white 11m) wa on t ic 15th of every month. u.ght. afterward binding him and as-- a intervention of a priest of the Catholics Talkin to maw, and when maw earnr in xw I.N the farming districts of Russia it tilting his wife in his presence. Since officers might church near at hand the costs ."S cents to hire a horse for one have been lynched, lly this time tho jcu Itettrr take the IiigliJi gtirl." ;'l B he crime was committed hunting par-tinite ww Come Home Purty Tired day. and 31 cents to hire a man. have been out In search of tho and when we Got Set Down at the Table IIcmiy II. Uenkimct, the millionaire cars had been mixed up in the inclco maw rung the Htll and in eomc the Sv.t-t- i juilty Negroes. manufacturer, was once a and a patrol wagon of police arriving purl. liOUKnT O. I.NGFUtSOLL. One of tho Negroes appeared nt an Paw He look at Her a minit and when tcuchcr of Latin in the Fairfield semi- the rioters dispersed and the cars speaking nnd he went out He Sjy to Maw waa old darky's hut near Ilrinsou, Co., and were taken back to the barns. Thero he finished nary. "I Met nn what vou'd Do if I Told van It is said that at the death of Hetty was a serious disturbance on the Itroad-wa- y about to rise he fell back in his chalrJ iskcd to bo harbored. Tho old man to Go and Jump in the I.ake." A physician was immediately sum- wen to Hrinson nnd informed the nu Green 81,000,000 of her fortune will be line at the corner of Petrle street "What J" maw ait. "You'd go away wmf Whair and Climb a uividcd among 100 distant connec- where a mob of 3,000 assembled In the moned, but when he reached tho houst, thoritics of his presence. A posso reTree," pawand then He nude a Swlxj tions. he found that Mr. Ingersoll had died1 turned with him and captured the forenoon and obstructed the track. at a Fly what wa llut'cii around and Coxokessman- - IvETCiiAM,of New York, As a result of the shooting of tho almost Instantly. The physician did Negro, who gave his name at Louis norked orr the vnuiur Itnttel H wa has a unique claim to fame. lie has driver of a grocery wagon in South not give the cause of death, but tho ramiuln. The mnn was taken to Sad Site. Georcie, tn Chicago Tiuo-llcin 13 congresses and has ncvci aid. family believe it was due to apoplexy.! Urooklyn Saturday afternoon by a nonnnd was Identified by Mr. and made a speech. New 1 liruuch Upiic lar l.lu lletween Mr. In go noil's wife and two daugh- - Mrs. Ogletree as one of their assail, A bald eagic wnose wing extension union conductor, the mayor of that M. Uul, and Itetiter. tnts. He said there wero right Newas seven feet, was killed recently village Sunday issued an order to tho tcrs were with him when he died. (Inly Ull lloura l.'n II mite. conuooeriu. ingersou was oorn in iJres-- j groes iu his gang and that they catu The MIMnrl Purine llailwnr. In near Milford, DcL. while trying to marshal to arrest all HIS AGN0STICLIBRARY. with the itm-- Ulnud ftoutn from ductors who carried concealed weapons. den, N. Y August 11, 1833. Ills father from Augusta. He said two of the carry off a lamb. Knnona City. I nowthrouch A successful firm of tea merchants was a Congregational clergyman of rang were not xar away. Every car was stopped and each conuleepltig cut fwtwrei'ii ht liul and DenA Well Known Toledo Man Cuavertad t in London is composed entirely of ductor found with a revolver was ar- such liberal views that he was perse ver. Irnvlug 8t lx)ul t n til ilnllv. iurlvtlg One portion of the mob went in pur-til- t C'hrlatlanlty-l- le Mill Make a Hon. Denver II o'rln'k the next morning women. The blenders, tasters and rested. All were subsequently balled cuted for them, and in his early life Thli of these two while the other Are of III Ccetly londel Hook. l the quirked Hue eitlr t'jr the arc also women. packers Robert G. Ingersoll imbibed an intense ..inged Sam in in and riddled his body out by the company. over two hour. Theke are three varieties of the dog Toi.kdo. 0., July 2A. Marsha! 0. A small riot was started at the corner hatred of Calvinism, which grow worn vith bullets. that never bark the Australian dog, of Pearl street and Franklin avenuo his growth and finally made himwith crertaken, shot Tho other two party Waggoner, of this city, who for upMirrobe are now undrntood to be an and calpd, a the Egyptian shepherd dog and the to human life It i our tendency, when a young woman struck a man aggvcsslvo opponent of all gcnorallyH .ringing their scalps to SatTold Sun. ward of half a century has been ouo lirhrve, to rrgard a. iirrrattit dog of Thibet. of the most pronounced infidels In the what wne merely runvrmener )iitirdy. n received forms of religion. ay evening. A hundred men with Ix 1SS0 Germany imported eggs to who asked her to board a No arrangements have been yet toodhounds are after the remaining country, mado a. public confession of - Detroit Journal the value of S3, 500, 000. In 1M3 the car. A crowd of union sympathizers amount was nearly trebled. Russia stoned cars and a squad of police finally made for the funeral, but It will prob Ita members of the gang and if caught fnith and conversion to Christianity at Automobile or ought not to mobile cem Memorial United Brethren church to lr the quedion at Imuc. Ctrlim: provides 00 per cent, of them. ably take place on Monday at the uey will be lynched. cleared the street. 50,000 persons and 550,000, O0C Monday night in tho presence of a vast The company Sunday sent a note to house, and the interment will bo In are employed in the business of mak- the state board of arbitration declin- Sleeps Hollow cemetery at Tarry WTED AGNOSTIC'S REMAINS. congregation. .Mr. Waggoner, who is 70 ing and distributing newspaper clip- ing to arbitrate the differences. years old. a brilliant lawyer, eloquent times to mi. num. o. ;S,tj town. pings among those whom they concern. A Euclid avenue car, loaded with Death came to him as he had re Jin Itody of Hubert (. lncroll Lie an a orator nnd an author of considerable I woa a sufferer from female wenk The ordinary folding fan was note, had collected n choice library of nesa. Kvery mouth regularly fui the passengers, was wrecked by an explo- cently expressed a desire that It ue.irooiu in lrurovlea mer in mm 111 in the seventh century by a s hlCH Tlla IlreAtliett work jpn Infidelity and nguoticlm, menses came, 1 suffered t.ra..fui pains In odgtlmcLU Japanese artist, who derived the Idea sion ot nitroglycerin or gun cotton ahould. Ho often sIowly.wlth by such author n Tom Payne, Vol shortly beforo 11 o'clock Sunday night. ho wished to dio in titerua, ovaries from watching a bat closing It3 wings. New Yoitic, July 24. The body of taire, Ingersoll and others worth sevwero affected nnd Tjik prince ot Wales has warned his Tour persons wcro badly hurt, tho consciousness so he might i,i nt obcrt G. lngcrtoll lay on an Impro eral thousand dollars, and these cost.y PERIODS OF had leucorrhim. about him how it fclL brother free masons not to make names of the injured being: 1 hud my children V themselves cheap by wearing their di vised bier Sunday in the bedroom in volumes ho propotcs to publicly burn in SUFFERING Mrs. E. C. Martin, 7, Alanson street, experienced a change of desire very fnat nnd It which ho died at the home of Wnlston the street in fiunt of the church w here GIVE PLACE masonic regalia on ordinary occasions. compound fracture of the skull, right painlessly nnd without warning. le ft me very weak. II. llrown, his The oldest creature living in the arm broken and internal injuries which in DobUi he made the confondon of faith. Mr. TO PERIODS A ear ago I wiw world belongs to Walter Rothschild. may prove fatal. INGERSOLL GREAT HEARfED. Ferry. Many men of all Marts and Waggoner says his conversion was OF JOY UUen with flood- It is a giant tortoise, weighing a quarconditions but mostly humble toilers, brought about by a vision which apE. C. Martin, right arm badly cut log and almost a ton, and it has a known life of and ter of Ilev. i:iljah 1'. llrown' Opinion tf tin made the pllgrlmagu to I'.lbbs l'orry peared to Mm lu his bed chamber at bruised about legs and body. died. The doctor even gnva mo up ami 150 years. Great Intldet Sincere In )iod. In tho hope that they might be per- midnight about eight months ago. Ha wonders how I ever Ihed Mrs. Catherine Harris, 25 Cornell A law was recently passed in Nortlon to Chrlitlaulty. mitted to gnie onco mora upon tin says he Is not going to join the evan"1 wrote for Mrs. Pinkham'a ads let) way prohibiting the sale of tobacco to street, suffering from nervous prostraIndianapolis, Ind July 24 Iter. noted agnostic In no instance was gelistic n!d, hut will detote the rest nt Lynn, Mitaa., nnd took her medicine cnybody under 1G years of ago without tion. of his life to work In ChrUt's vineyard. and iK'gan to get well, 1 took sovor.nl F. A. Smith, C9 Vienna street, injured Elijah P. Itrown, founder of the Ram'a the request refused. No arrangements a signed order from an adult relative about legs and body. or employer. liottlesof tho t'MiiHMind nnd used tho Horn, in earlier life was an inflict, but vhatevor have yet been nude concern- MORE LYNCHNGSPROJECTED A LAW was recently passed in SwitSanative Wuh, nnd can truly any that Albert E. Fassctt, 12 Wallace place, 13 years ago ho turned Christian auu ing the funeral. Mrs. Ingersoll and l nm cured. You would hardly knoiv zerland prohibiting the manufactur- legs injured. her daughters, Mrs. Hrown and Mist -became a preacher. Kid Jim" Guarded liy III. Colored ing, importation or sale of matches Maude Ingersoll, aro htiil too much Sunday night it was learned Late iii. I am feoliiit nnd looking so well. Concerning "Iiob" Ingersoll he sayi; I rleniUnnd a lUttlo U T hrealened containing tho ordinary form of yel- that Mrs. Martin, one of tho Injured, d I.ydln K. Piuktiniu'i! Vegetable overcome with sorrow to consider the "During tho years when I was an unMr. Ocletree' Aaa.lli.titt. low phosphorus. mado inc. what I nni." Mlt. would probably die. She suffered a myself was mj mattor. It is averred by a famous Chinese compound fracture of tho skull, had believer saint. IIngersoll him and "They can not tenr themselves from llAiNunumr., Go., July 26. Thcscoro J. F, SiKirrcti, S01 Mijcha.mo Sr., patron knew N, J. doctor that nervousness is kept out of one arm broken and was otherwise in- loved him, and never missed an tho beloved dead," taid Mr. Farroll and more of posses that have been Camucn, d the Celestial empire by the use of night. "They have not left tho searching tho woods and swamps of jured. She was with her husband opportunity shoes. The hard soles worn by to hear him speak. Sunday How Mr, llrowrn U'na Helped. n race arc said to be tho who was also badly hurt. He was sincere and honest in his oppo- chamber since ho passed away, except the wire grass district cvor slneo last the "I must tell you that Lydla K. The explosion tore out the front end sition to Christianity, and ho was not to go into an adjoining room when visi- Friday for the outragcrs of Mrs. J. G. cause of their extreme nervous temperVegetable Compound has done of tho car smashed all the windows talking for money, as generally sup- tors who wished to sco him called. Ogletree at Stafford have, up to Monament. Railway whistles inflict torture on and destroyed the brake. After con- posed, but because he earnestly de- They can not reconcile themselves to day night, according to the best Infor- moro for mo than any doctor. " I was troubled with Irregular to many people that Austria has Intro- siderable difficulty the car was stop- sired to do good. He was a mistaken he idea that they must part w ith nlin mation, lynuliod three Negroes niwl menstruation. Last numtner I began a system of dumb signaling to ped and a call for ambulances were duced nnd all allusions to tho removal of the caught two more, who will probably bo the use of your Vegetable as Compound, start and stop the trains. Itelgium la sent out. The raotorman, William man, an every Christian knows, but he body only cause distressing outbursts put to death Tuesday. was honest one. I think ho wai and after taking two bottles, 1 havo trying compressed air whistles instead Draggers, who came from Cincinnati, "Ivlil Jim," a member of the gang of beeu regular every man I ever knew of grief. It may be a few days before the greatest-hearte- d month since. 1 of steam, and Germany experiment was dazed by the shock, but the con- who was uot a Christian." they aro calm enough to discuss tho eight, was located Monday afternoon recommend your medicine to all." with horns. tdeps that necessarily soon must be in a cabin ucnr Pinckard, Ala. He is Mits. Maooii: A. DliowN, Wn8T 1T. William Oxley Thompson, the new ductor, Frank Schroedcr, of St. Louis, guarded by about 100 of hU race, who Pl.KAKA.ST, N. J. SILVER LEADERS CONFER. taken or the removal of the body." Ohio state university, escaped injury. president of say they will defend htm against any The force of the explosion was so spent ten years in getting his diploma from Muskingum college, be ng so great that it shook all the houses in A Thin to Organize Their Torre Into a SIXTH REGIMENT'S VICTORY. attncl. A posse of 100 men heavily IXirin't your ly write wett I'etliapi poor that to get one year's study he the neighborhood and was heard for a llUtlnct J'urty Ma the rrlmlpal armed left Itulnbrldge Monday evco-in- g In h.i.n i uul Ink. had sometimes to work three years to distance of two or three miles. PerTheme of Dlicimlon. for tho cabin, nnd say they will It Wa Greater Thau at 1'lrtt JUtporto- dsave the money required. (military f.ITect ou Wlll Hare sons living in the neighborhood take "Kid Jim" dead or alive, guard or It is not generally known that S. they saw a man in a buggy stop at say Chicago, July 22. While the mem13 THE I1KBT INK. Similar Knbber Hand. no guard. tho bers of tho Coleridge Taylor, who composed tho corner national committee wero ' Mure ukiI limn any other. IXm'l cost Chits. Mack, the organizer of tho of Kensington street, where the ou uiiy mote tlun jKxir luk. Afc for It. cantata played at the last festival in explosion a view of the drainage canal Wabhinotox, July 21. Thosvar do gang, was captured near Iron City. occurred, and get out by enjoying Norwich, England, is a TTTTTTTfTTTfTTTTTTTTffT Friday the silver leaders wens in con- partment Sunday received from Gen. The Information Is that Mack will Negro. Mr. Rispham declares the com- the railroad trade Ho remained thero ference at the Auditorium annex. Otis another dispatch giving additionnrrive at llainbrldge about 3 Tuesday poser of "Hiawatha's Wedding Feast' a short time and then drove rapidly EDUCATIONAL. Those present were: John P. Alt- - al particulars of the fight between morning, and away. tho coming musical genius. tho lynching will probageld, George Fred Williams, James P. ' Capt. IJ. A. liyrnc, with 70 men of the bly occur shortly'thcrcafter. Passengers who were on the car say Each day of the week has served ni a day of rest somewhere: Sunday the explosion seemed to lift tho whole Tarvin, president of tho league of bl- 8ta infantry, and robber bands lu 11m Itinnor Denied. among Christians, Monday with tho front end of the car and it ripped up metallic clubs of the Ohio valley; Gen. ihi Wand of Nogros. It shows that ",.'IeVl Paiiis. July 25. Dispatches received Greeks, Tuesday with the Persians, the floor for more than half tho dis- A. J. Warner, president of tho Ameri- the tho of soldiers victory here from Pretoria, South African can Himetallic union; C A. Shlvely, of wajs Wednesday with tho Assyrians. Thurs- tance from tho than grentcr that re- lepubllc, say front end. The car day with the Egyptians, Friday with was, In that tho nbsonce of PresdisGen. Otls's in fact, a complete wreck, but Indiana, nnd Morton Frcwcn. the Eng- - ported vMBJ r:sf&&Mi iJfcff the Turks and Saturday with ho Helit.1i bimctallisU ident Kruger from the meeting of tho 21 and that the Iosj sufpatch of July btrango to say It did not leave the rails brews. It Is said that a plan to organize the fered by the robbers was considerably executive council Monday gave curA oift of 8125,000, just mado by Mr. and was taken to the barns by tho next silver forces of tho country into a dis-- ' larger than before stated. Much sat- rency to a report that ho had resigned, Longstaff to tho Royal Geographical outward bound motor. tlnct party formed tho principal theme isfaction is felt by Gen. Otis over tho owing to differences between himself The police were quickly summoned society, makes a Ilritish expedition to TmiiH' the Antarctic probable. The society to the scene of tho exnlosion and a of discussion. It was not Miggcstcd as rcjults of this preliminary effort in and memberb of tho Volksraad. Pres- THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME, Kruger, when seen Monday lias now collected 8200,000 for that pur- Jorcc of men was detailed to ivestlgato an immediate necessity, but as a con dealing with this disturbing element ident NOTKIi DAMH, INDIANA. tingency wnicti future events might in ho island and he reports it already night in regard to the matter, denied pose, and when it has 850,000 more will with a view of running down the CUmIci. Economics anJ History, make not only expedient, but neces- as having a salutary effect on other these rumors, stating positively that JournalMin, I.etlrr.4, Science, again ask tho government to underwho placed the explosion on tho Art. Pharmacy, Law, wor- -. they wcro without foundation. sary. take the Civil, Alrchanlcal ami lilrctrlcal Cnzlnrerlni;. track. b.i 'Is infesting tho locality. Archllrcture. Awono the delegates at the internaHealth ltexirt of Havana. Thornuuh Inturuncn Agent Hall. Preparatory ami Commercial tional council of women was Dr. Ida Trolley Car Strike I'ractlcally at an End. The l'renldent' Vacation. Havana, July 25. The health report Courves. i;cclrlatleal Hiiilent at New Youk, July 24. The trolley rates. Chicago, July 22. Wlnfield N. Kahn, a Chinese woman, who was edu 'ABHiNaTON, July 2s". President for the Wooni Tree. Intilor or Seidnr Wnr i'nii.i.ii. past two weeks has been tho Courvca. Koom to Kent, moderate car strike, both in Manhatten nnd nn insurance ngent, has filed a am Mrs. McKlnley will leavo hero tho cated at Ann Arbor by American charce. most favorable over known in tho his. St. I.'dw ril' hall, fur Imva under 13. Urooklyn seems to bo practically at an petition in bankruptcy in which ho in dio of tho coming week for their tory of Havana. i ne .sotn i ear w ojien piece of railway line end. General Master Workman Par- schedules S210.000 ns liabilities. sth, 1809, The most costly Thero havo been no His in tho world is probably that between sons says it Is not Sunday and at a assets, which are estimated at 570,700. va; filton at Hotel Champlaln, three yellow fever cases, and tho number of Catalneues A. Free. Adilre HHV. MOKKISSIJV.C. S.C., Prenldent. N. Y. Quarters Plattsburp, tn the Mansion house and Aldgate sta- meeting of tho Central Federated consist chiefly of life insurance other contagious or Infectious diseases hu o been engaged at tho hotel and NEW HAMPSHIRE tions in London, which required the union he launched a scheme for a new has been reduced to tho minimum. expenditure of close upon 810,000,000 labor political nn rly all the details of tho trip havo party and at tho same p MILITARY ACADEMY Killed tVhllo ltelttluB Arre.t. per mile. Ccindlttfir of the Treaiury, he' i arranged. time nrged upou tho delegates of tho Toiitoihk shell, as it comes from the Macon, July 2.1. Tho Telegraph has A, I'rlnclual, WK.VI' I.KllUN, N 11. Washington, July 22. Friday's The shamrock at Jtotlieiay. various trades unions in Greater New West Indies, Is course, dirty and a spcclnl from Leesburg, Go., saying a statement of tho condition of the FRWKLINCOLLEOEteiyTi ( (Henoch, July 24. Sir Thomas Lip. Negro and only the most skillful and York the expediency of contributing treasury supposed to be one of .ndSM Ulnl.iei,. shows: M,M book frrel patient manipulation makes it the rleb the fund to aid tho strikers and tho ancc, S'J7n,S"7,0j:f Available cash bal. tot s American cup challenger Kham-r- fold ravlshers was killed by tho Snf- Oorernur., both aateai no B rnurarai Vrre Willi Man to tarn (unda. W. A. WiLUVa,l.i" ,1'Iot citizen gold rrservc, $2H.. and beautiful material that it event- delegates promised their fljouciaJ arrived Sunday at Itothcsay, while resisting arrest. 620,060 ually becomes. ' "llVnto ronuTricDhTr; support. Isltud of Bute. BcUool, Ok nil the staple crop? of the world the potato takes the first place. j . m tons of coal per day. Atlantic liners burn as much Arreal. New Yoiik, July 22. Roberta. Ingcr boll died at his homo In Dobbs Ferry. N. Y., I'ridny afternoon, of apoplcxv Mr. Ingersoll went to his sumuici home In Dobbs Ferry twe days ago apparently In good health. Shortly nf tci his arrival there ho complained ofii slight Indisposition. Re spent Friday morning in hU room and shortly before ho was stricken Id' wife offered to have his luncheon sent up to him so that ho would not havu c walk down stairs to the dining-roobelow, lie laughingly replied that while ho did not feci quite ns young at he used to, ho guessed ho was nit yet an invalid and he would with tho others. Ai go down ed .Men With lllood hound .Member Are After tho Itetualnlni; five Is ,t Tvwcr of Strength Abroad," In Ltnvttl, Mass., 'where Hood's 5Urwp.i rttU is nude, it still Has .i larger s.ite j fidt alt other blood purifiers. Its fame. and aires .inds.ilesluwe sf re. d abroad, r and It is universally recognised as the best blood medicine money can buy Be sure to get Hood's, because J of the (Inn?, unil If Caught They Mill He Lyiicliod. I k double-barrele- llel-giun- "ell."jtt I I ny. K. non-unio- n out-raz- e WteH 1 -- lt. -- - -- cs 1 j1 type-writ- er I 1 - ), Saf-fo.- d, r non-unio- n n - nre-ea- r) lion-head- w--e to-da- non-unio- Ga-ret- To-DA- Y ed - fij son-in-la- I Com-poun- soft-Fole- Anglo-Saxo- Pink-hnm- 'a - - ' CARTER'S INK ' full-blood- ' - -- ' msTWim&m &7i&s r r 'Gm 111 per-to- n Sat-tle- y, 1 poll-clc- s. Jus-terles-s, ,. o : B'nr1"0 BprlugntU, Hum. TV. M . WAR SECRETARY Klllni Hoot Una llccti Atipoinicil Sue-cess- SIGNS RECIPROCITY TREATY. AihIm i.lnr Hinliniii mi Helm f of Frnnre. mill 1 tuiimlMlttiinr K k.o.i .Wluili 'I heir Men FIGHTING SIXTH! Vim ADM. DEWEY'S RECEPTION. I tcc - cc& - - C'frc c c&'C 5- ccc;c r c o - - fsc erC'ectj c - - - te tcoc &5CT - fliu Innimlttee Kfglnioiit Tools Tart lit Woody Ualtlo at Holioii? on Wednesday. 11 ,mr. Makes I'nldlc ttie I'lant tor III, l.iitertaluiiient While In the Cipltal of the .Nation. INTERESTING STATE NEWS. -- to SccrWury Algvr. lie Accepts the I'oalllon AtiKllal I nnil Milt (Jimllfj Assistant pccretitry .Melkel- joliii W ll Anl n et relary at I'res. nt KiKit ( alls tin .McKlnley, WAiniiNfiTo.x. ut through Senator P ott, link aectptoil the portfolio of war. This Is on Senator 1'l.itl'a auNow York, mill-lary July 2l.r.llhu Hoot, thority. Tho senator came ho re propnred to org len. Fronds V. Greene, tf a mini hhuiild he tluslrcd; Uoot, If mi attorney should bo wnntctl, ami to accept for either. The president chotc lioot because he wan ted n iiiiui qualified to decide on lvll government in thu colonics, which will arise. No claims except from tho state of Nt'W York were at any time cousld-red. W'AAiiiNoro.v, July '.!.. Secretary Ah cur returned to Washington Monday and an in his office early. Soon after JiU arrival Assistant .Secretary Mclklc- - Fm .KSAjmeht.1 KLIHV HOOT. John joined him and they had a conciliation regarding matter In the depart iiicnt and the turning over of the department to Gen. Alger's Micccstor. Assistant Secretary Mciklcjohn will he lu charge unll Mr. ltoot quallflct on August I. Wasiii.notox, July 21. Hon. Kllhu Hoot, of New York, who Is to Miccecd Gen. Alger a secretary of war, arrived In Washington Monday night and had n long conference with tho president. He reached tho city after 10 o'clock .wul went to the Arlington hotel, where he rcgUtcrcd. Word win sent lo tho white house that Mr. Uoot had arrived and Acting Oecrctnry Cortcl-yowent to tho hotel and escorted the to iw eorntary war.tho whlto house. with thu president lien. Corbln nt the time, hut left, after a abort with Mr. Uoot, to whom he wa Introduced by the president- - Mr. Uoot remained at tho whlto house until a quarter after 13 o'clock, when he .returned to the hotel. Tuesday Mr. Uoot will again cc the president and probably will return to New York late in the day. Washington, July UV The reciprocity treaty negotiations between the I'm ted States ritui Trance weio brought to a successful oioie nt the state department lato Monday afternoon, when Ambassador Cninbou, lu behalf of Trance, ami Comiuissiouci Kasson, in behalf of the United State-- , atllxed their signatures to the y treaty. It U by far thu most Important .reaty concluded under the reciprocity provisions of the Dingiey hut and the only one alt', cling the trade with largo commercial nation. Tho negotiations wore marked by rather sharp nnd long continued disouv siotift, which roiitlntti'd up to the lime the signatures were placed on tho document. In the end a spirit of compromise prevailed and cacti side yielded something. As a whole both sides express satisfaction with the general results secured, for while the compromise necessitates some minor sacrifices the general ciToct of the treaty wilt encourage commerce between the two countries. The concessions granted by Tranco embraced most of tho articles In what Is known as the Trench minimum tarltl. This comprises Oil heads tho rates being on an average about 20 per cent, below thoso In tho general tarMT on Trance. It wbn found necessary however, owing to protests from French agrarian interests to exfrom cept this minimum list about 2 articles chlclly agricultural products Tho Krcnch ministry was obliged to pay heed to this sentiment, and In turn M. Cambon made the exceptions a condition of closing the treaty. It was on this point that the negotiations were In doubt for several days "id It was only by compromising on the extent of tho exceptions that an agreement was made possible. As first presented the exceptions numbered 12, but some of these were classes including a number of distinct items, so that In all there were a large number of exceptions As finally agreed upon, these exceptions were narrowed down to 21. anil outside of them tho United States gets the benefit of all the reductions on the Krcnch minimum long-pVjullti- g Wahiiimito.v, reel-pro- ci 11 J hiving cabled approval of the plans One Hundred and riflrt-t- t llebole ttern for h's reception at thu national capiKilled, Unit) Mound Ml nnd Mipplle tis t.ie committee lu charge of t..at Was I.4i mid Ann. litpiurtnl-Oi- ir event are free to proceed at once with One Killed and One wounded. tilt- - necessary preparations. Some tim ago the district commissioners WARin.vo ox, July !U The war de- nptintitil a committee of 100 partment has received tho following citizen to take representative cablegram: cognizance of the admiral's return to Mamla, July 21. Adjutant General, tli national capital, which commlttco Washington: Capt. K. A. llyrne, 0th orgarnz.Ml and subdivided. Tho exInfantry, with To men, surprised by ecutive committee sketched a prounited robber Lands in Ncgros num- gramme, which was approved by bering 450; killed, 115; wounded, many: President Melvinlcy, Secretary Long nnd the committee of one hundred. captured, a few rifles and revolver many hind weapons large quantity of The programme provides for a suitstock. Fighting nt close distance, able committee cbcort from New York llyrnc's loss one killed, one wounded, to Washington. Probably on tho narnei not given. Tho action very afternoon of his arrival tho admiral will be conducted to the east front of beneficial for quiet of Negros Otis. Notk There are two C.tpts JJyrne tho capltol where Secretary Long will In tho 0th Infantry brothers Capt present tho sword of honor which was A capacious platHernard A. llyrne nnd Capt. Charles voted by congress llyrne. ltoth nro Intrepid ofllccrs anil form, suitably decorated, will be erectnoted as thorough fighters by their ed for the accommodation of the presmen. Capt. Charles llyrne, leading ident, his cabinet, the members of tho his company, F, was the first commis- diplomatic corps and other distinsioned otllcer of Hawkins' brigade (0 guished personages In the evening thero will be a milireach Fort San Juan last July thU lloth these tary, naval and civic parade, In which seems to bo certain. llyrnes arc in command of battalions, every organized body In the District of acting majors of tho 1st and 2d battal- Columbia !s expected to participate. ions of 0th Infantry. is This to be feature of tho torchlight Washington, July 23. It was at variety and is on tho Island of Ncgros that to be accompanied by a general Capt. Tillcy, of the signal corps was Illumination, the most elaborate ambushed and murdered by the na- effects being along the line of tives on May 27th last. It is supposed the march. The parade will bo rethat thu band of robbers who were so viewed by the president, Adm. Dewey severely punished by Capt. llyrnes' nd many of the most prominent nacommand were a part of the same ma- tional officials and international reprauders Tho signal service has just resentatives Following tho parade compiled a report on this occurrence will be band concerts in various secmade up from reports by the officers of tions of tho city. 1 , July 23. Ad in. Dowey 3 5 j 3 fl.3a a & 5v; 9 - - - - - 33'Ia -J - 5i 9 3i 9 3 fl'i i 34 a. a 3i 3 - - - CROWDS GATHERING. No Doubt Has thn Itakers' Attorneys as to Their Arqiitttat The Case Mar lie NO EXTRA jnv. Ilrmlloj SESSION. Called Tuesdar Afternoon. W III Nut Call the Legislature Together. Neither lit lie Send Troopt to Clay Couutr. FiiANKFoitT, July 21. Gov. Hradley llAittiouusviLLK, Ky., July 25. Tho largest crowd ever scon lu this town will not call a special session of thu was hore Monday at the opening of legislature, neither will he send troopi court, where Wiley and Jim linker will bo tried on a change of venue from Clay county. Alatge portion ot the crowd was composed of friends and witnesses in the case. No steps were taken Monday in this case, and it will piobably not be called before Tuesday nfternoon. Attorney Allen Ilakcr, of Manchester, is here, and hns been since the murder of his brother Tom. lie will take the leading part lu the defense, lie expresses surprise at the possibility of conviction, and claims no case can bo made against tho boys They have many friends and relatives lu this couuty, who say they will contend for their rights The Whites who will bo Interested in the prosecution, have not yet ar- to Clay county under present conditions Ho reached this conclusion Wednesday night. He thinks the legislature would not enact legislative laws relating to the Judiciary necessary to reach the Clay county situation nnd lis doubts if tho military would do any good there. A well know mountain official, who was called on by the governor, for an opinion as to what was best measure to be resorted to for the restoration of order in Clay couuty, responded that ho thought the whole thing could be settled by introducing a better grade of whisky Into Manchester to take the place of moonshine liquor, distilleries for which are almost on every farm. DEMOCRATS TO MEET. Senator Go. 1ml, Former Senator and Chairman Younj; to fer at Frankfort lllack-liur- n list Ilestdrs the reductions given to this country the treaty Is Important lu continuing a number of minimum rates which would have been abolished If tho treaty had not been concluded. u THE ANCIENT VOODOO DANCE Necru It It Ha Chattanooga llava Introduced Auiial Alarming I'ro portion and Majr He MoppaiL ft n the lateXT'ingersoll. Minil Funeral I'terclse Held )ier the Iteuialns llr. John Clark Itldpath, til Historian, (Undated. himple funeral cxciclses over tho body of the lato Hubert O. Ingersoll will be held at Walton, the Ingcrsoll summer home at Uobbs 1'crry, at o'clock Tueday nfternoon. Dr. John Clark Uldpath, who was for many year a close pergonal friend of UqI, Ingcrsoll, will read the eulogy delivered by Col. Ingcrsoll upon his brother Clarke. Dr. Uldpath will also read "My Creed." tho lait poem wrltton by Col. ingcrsoll, and will afterward make a brief address Maj. O. J. Smith, of DobW Kerry, a warm friend of tho great orator and lecturer, will read other selections from lngcrsoll'a writings. Harly Wednesday morning tho family will accompany the remains to Fresh Pond, Long Island, where the They will body will be cremated. bring the ashes back to Dobbs Kerry, ami they will be deposited in no urn which will bo surmounted with the bust of Col. Ingcrsoll to be made from rtho death mask made Monday by John tiray lternard, the New York sculptor, Nr.w YoiiK, 25. July Tcnn., July Si Th Negroes of Chattanooga and vicinity havo inaugurated tho ancient voodoo dance and the entire Negro community has gone wild on the subject. Negroes have congregated from as far as Alabama and Mi&ntssippl to participate in the weird exercises and worship. Tho city is full of excited colored people, drawn here by the news which has gone forth. Several hundred of the Negroes started dancing to the no (ompaulment of torn toms and othci like instruments and will continue tc do so until their physical strength it completely spent. The applicants for membership In the band take their scats in the middle of a tlark room, thero they wait until a vision is scon and they immediately arlsu nnd relato lu If the dream it horrible enough nnd suits the lookers-othu Negro is admitted into fellowship, and at oncobegiiiB his dance with the others Tho voodoo worship has nssumed such alarming proportions that the attention of local ollicers of the law has been called to it. n THE TRANSPORT SHERIDAN. Ill Vm.1 Arrlvrt nt Waterspout .Manila A ltd Itrln- - forrrmrntt for (irn. Oll t Sen. t,rrat .lAV;t.A, July 25.- - Thr United State transport Sheridan, which sailed from San Kranclsco Juno 25 with reinforcements for (Jen. U. S. Otla, arrived here Monday. On July 10 n great water alt Mater Wells. Upland, Ind., July 25. The problem of keeping salt water out of the deep '(refill water wells U rapidly coming to thu front in thu gas and oil belt. It Is (reported that many wells have already (turned salty from the water that e from gas and oil wells. When a as or oil we.ll U abandoned nowaday silica the trust Is .soiling the piping, the casing Is pulled mid this allows the talt water to escape through the Assures of tho earth nnd spoil the fresh wells. Mllcltled hy Mlmillnc. MtPUATlNK, la., July 25. -- John 71, 10 Stock--laic, spout was discovered directly in the course of the ship, and to avoid it it was necessary to make n detour of several miles Oeu. Otis has received a letter dntcd July 2 and signed by Charles lltnnford and Fred Heppe, respectively assistant engineer and third otllccrof the hospital ship Uellcf, who wero captured by Filipinos on" Taratf nquo on May SO. Tho letter says tho prisoners in the hands of tho insurgents "aro rccolvlng excellent treatment, but the suspense of fearing the loss of our positions Is terrible." Tho writers beg (leu. Otis to intercede for thetr release. Gen. Otis has taken btcps in that direction. Prohuian Nkw Yomr, 11117a Frankfort, Ky., July 22. There will bo a conference here Tuesday of Senator GocbcL former Senator Itlack-bur- n and Chairman Young, of tho democratic state central committee. It is said that an early campaign opening is growing In favor with man of the leaders as a means of checking1 the sentiment, which has been given such THROUGH THE HEART. democrats in a boost by Toons; Pythian SafTall, Son of Montgomery, Warren and other counroaiter of Frankfort, Committed ties It is probable that the campaign SIR THOMAS LIPTON'S YACHT, THE SHAMROCK. Suicide 07 Shooting. committee will also be named at this meeting. Frankfort, Ky., July 25. Phythian GOVERNOR IS POWERLESS. SafTcll, aged 28, son of Distiller J. M. Saffcll, committed suicide at the home In Clay Sntt father, near Frank- Knact Laws to Allowthe Situation to his of County or Heltlcerente fort, at an early hour Sunday "Shoot It Out" morning, shooting himself through Lexinoton, Ky., July 23. There is a Young Saffell was tho heart. for a number of years employed In the general expression of indignation in post office under his father when post- Lexington at the situation in Clay master. Ho was well known and pop- county. A number of leading citizens ular. He had been in bad health for and professional men were asked some time, and temporary insanity is Friday afternoon for their opinattributed as the cause ot his sad deed. ions as to the best way to stop thd trouble in Clay county, and the expresAccidentally VTonnded. sion of each was to the effect that Gov. Hopkinbvillk. Ky., July 2. Tom I Bradley should cither call an extra Clark, proprietor of tho Hvcry stable I session ot tho legislature or simply al--1 mmmmm,' wsmwu . at Eighth and Virginia atroots ai low the belligerents to ,5iiooitoitt accidentally wounded while driving in until they arc all gone." his buggy near this city. Ho was alone in tho vehicle when, in handling EDITOR C. C. MOORE. his pistol, tho weapon was discharged, the ball taking effect above hisoycand lie Wants to I'reach Infidelity From the 1'ulplt of Christ Church Cathedral, passing through his head and tho Lexington, jij. buggy top. Ills wound is 6crious but not fatal. Lexinoton, Ky., July 25. Charlci 1 1'.'TTHfrV1' Smallpox Under Control. Chilton Moore, tho editor who was re"rrrVs. VT MMr3JHBjff.r-7r,t-iFrankfort, Ky., July 33. The cently released from the Columbus O., ... urn n iflt board of health issued a proclamation penitentiary, wants to preach infidelity Friday rescinding the order prohibiting from the pulpit of Christ church cathethe holding of church services and dral. In a card published Monday ha other public gatherings for ten days says: "Since the death of Ingersoll, I arc past on account of prevalence of small ' pox. in tlic populist state the most prominent of living infidels This lets yy '" " convention, which meets hero July 27. and Lexington ought to try aud keep uf. The health board announces that the with the procession by giving me a As the llrlllsh Challrnerr Looks When llrntlr MaUe Mall. dlscato is now perfectly under control. church to preach in. I believe I cat preach a scries of sermons that would I'xtrn Session Advocated. draw like a traction engine." Al FUSE FACTORY the cable ship Kecordcr and Lieut. EXPLOSION. UAHD3TOvr:i, Ky., July 23. There Is frcd T. Clifton, who succeeded to Capt. Killed by Falling Slate. not much interest manifested in reA Olrl's Kjrt lllnsrn On, and Her P.oJy Tilley's command in Hollo. MtDDLKSBoito, Ky., July 25. Willian gard to Clay county troubles here. Horribly ManRlod Two Other PerManila, July 23. The unprecedentProminent citizens hero when asked Griflln was killed and two other met sons lladly Injured. ed rains of the last week have conregarding the situation express the be- seriously hurt by falling slato In thi vinced observers hero that military of the Virginia Coal and Hradley should call an Xenia, 0 July 23. A terrific explo- lief that Gov. of the legislature to tako coal mines Stoncga. Griffin leaves1! operations on a largo scale or advances Cok" Co. at extra session covering many miles will bo impossi- sion Friday morning at tho Xenia Fuso action in wife and three children. the matter. ble for a long time. Many miles of Manufacturing Co., near here, injured Accidentally Killed llimsolf. the country are Hooded to a depth throe persons horribly. One, possibly St-- llurtbolomeur. Scottsvii.lk, Ky., July 21. Bcu two, will die. of three or four feet The Ky.. July 22. -- Along Lexinoton, The Injured arc: Miss Hose O'Don-nel- l, with U or 15 other yearlings returning Burton accidentally shot himself whili bridge, which wns considered cleaning a revolver at his home, ucai fatally, Mrs Ollie Davis and Impregnable, has been swept away, from tho New York sales Thursday Wykolf. The plant, operated by came August Hclmont's Gainesville, this county. Tho wcapor. cutting off temporarily the garrisons of Imus and llacoor from communica- tho Aetna Powder Co., of Chicago, em- bay stallion St. Bartholomew, by was discharged, the ball entering hit tion from Manila, In the circumstances ploys a large number of girls making St. Iilalse. out of St. Bridget. Ho cheek nnd ranging upward, causing Burton was 3) death. it would bo impossible to move wagon cartridges was sent to nursery stud to bu turn- Ing instant y brick, Is a ed out uutU next season, when he will years of age and leaves a wife anc The building, a trains as the trails havo become doubtchild. ful, l'ack mules will bo utilized if it total wreck, the walls being scattered be put to a few choice mares Sperlnt Judgo is Appointed. become possible for soldiers to In nil directions should Koso O'Donncll's clothes wero burned Further llecrultlnc nt Owenshoro. make marches. The officials will havo Frankfort. Ky., July 22. Gov. OWEN8I10R0, Ky., July 21. Lieut. Bradley Thursday afternoon appoint their hands full for some time in ar- oft' nnd her body mutilated In a most s terriblo manner. Doth eyes arc gone, Cordray. United States volunteers, has cd Judge James D. Black, Of Harbours ranging for tho departure of nnd in settling the regulars who her hands blown oil ami holes aro torn been detailed to Owenshoro to open villc, special judge of the Leslie counIn her body. She remained conscious another recruiting otllco next week. ty circuit court, to sit in the case ol aro replacing them. loug enough to state that It was Maj. O'Conncll enlisted 41 men lu three Henry Pennington, charged with murTn Iteoprn With Union .Miners. through her that the explosion csmo days this week, and there are a largo der. Judge Kvcrsole, the regulat Pana, 111., July 2A It Is authorita- about. number of applicants who were not judge, is disqualified by kinship wltb for lack of time. The new one of the parties tively given out that all the mines will Mrs OUio Davis a widow, with one reopen with union miners on August child, was frightfully burned and will olllco will rcinaiu open several weeks Wns Lincoln's Sweetheart. 15 or September 1, thus putting nn end die. Lexinoton, Ky., July 25. Mrs. Marj Jesse Ilny's Slayer. Ennla WykolT, aged 23, married, had to long lockouts and dliTcrcuccs bedied here Sunday in the West Lihfrtv, Ky., July 22. The Love Lawless age. She wns a sweettween operators and miners which hns ono eye blown out, but he aided In res82 year of her trial of the Fugate brothers for the resulted in so much loss to property, elling the girls from tho building. heart of Abraham Lincoln nnd a reignTho scenes about the buildiug wero killing of Jesse Day began Thursday. ing bell of her day. Her maiden name death of no less than 15 persons nd has put the state and. county to an ex- heartrending. Tho fire department was Tho prosecution examined about 25 was Joplln and her home was at ML pense of fully $150,005 to protect the called out, but the wreck did not tako witnesses and rested Its sldo of the Vernon, Ky. Her husband was Jamci compauy'b property nnd tho lives of fire. The cause of tho explosion Is a ease. The defense has about 40 B. Lawless a Mexican war veteran. and opened Friday morning. mystery. tholr workmen. anti-Gocbcl anti-Goebel t- rived, hut will probably be on hand Tuesday. Another murder case to come up at this term is against Law-so- n Goodln for complicity in the alleged murder of Town Marshal HubGoodln left this bard 12 years ago. county soon after the killing, returning only last year, when he surrendered for trial. Ills alleged accomplice, Will Hcckctt, was sent up for 21 years but was lately pardoned. There is no indication of trouble. Con- ft 1 .a A Jim J.' iim&VJ?x - x v "''l1 Para-naqu- u Kn-n- ls one-stor- voluu-tecr- s wit-ue6i- Dalj'a 1 hrittor. 25. n l'citi-- Kelcns. Charles Kroh-maaged for years a resident of has purchased Daly's theater in iMuscatlne, committed tulclde by shoot- - this city and Its ndjitncts nnd will asHo will install ug himself through the heart Monday sume control tit once. Homing while suffering iiiteuso pain his brother, Daniel Frolunan, as manager. It Is said tho price paid wai from sickness. 5100,000. An Alliance lit the Orient. The devolution at an Kml. Shanghai, July 25. The reports reLima, Peru, via Galveston. Tex., July alliance, garding a Japanese-Chineswhich have been persistently denied 25. Cablegrams to the government for some time, have now imuuicd from Tara and Manaos announce that definite form, and aro causiug great the Iqultos revolution came to sj end on July 18. excitement in Uusslau circles. e July Pink Hi.i'kf, Arlc, July 22. -- Tho Impending raco war in Chicot county has been settled and pence reigns there Friday night. One Whlttaker, who had stirred up u bitter feeling on the part of tho blacks was ordered to leave tho community nnd lost no time in catching a trnin. Leuanon, Ky., July 24. The serioui Dktiioit, Mich., July 22. Th'j street drought of six weeks, which has clone railway companies have announced tho much damage to crops, wai broken end of tho three-cen- t rates Five-ceThe hero by gentle, steady rains fares or six rides for a quarter, will bo prospects are for a good soaker, which in effect again by Saturday. Pingrco will bo worth mauy a dollar to farmhas abandoned his municipal owner- gagements enforced his Inability to scud as acceptance. ship plan. nt nt Three-Ce- Fares titer. Unties too l'restlnt;. Lexinoton, Ky., July 23. President McKlnley was Invited by tho local lodge of Elks to attend Its fair In August. Friday a letter was received from him, regretting that pressing en- Tho Drought llrokeii. - Kllhu ltoot for lecrotary of War. Washington, Jut 22. Senator Piatt, Lance Dead. Nkw York, July 23. B. DcGrove of Now York, Is Expected to arrive In It Is Langc, once the champion amateur Washington Friday evening. three-mll- o walker of America, dicJ said he will urgo tho president to Ellhu Hoot as secretary of war. Friday at his homo In this city. np-pol- nt Georgetown, Ky., July 23. People differ ns to the best way to treat Clay county feuds Some say let them fight It out, as war of extermination would be the surest and cheapest. Sentiment Divided. Liquor Doator rail.' 25. Charlei Bakrow, a wholesale liquor dealer, filed a petition in voluntary bankruptcy Saturday. Liabilities' SS2.000; as- Louisville, Ky., July sets, 350,000. 4,8s JS ... irnr-'- '' '"'''' -ia- -'- - .., tfft'n. '.jyV .- . , .rr. yefc Sta A kOCAL. . ;... i, NiiWB. I iie,o tHay.garr,i. Jw.i i ' iHi ''t Vrt m. '- -'"" ' " fr'1- - zzjtxx?jAMAiiMW .w.rt.;vrTr. yrsacsa.!.. mtmmim wi w jwi Kiitf haaasjwhi an i ii inwniaeHaBMBaaMaMSjs mttf&mitumBm $:( i K.. R Queenswaro at Shaw's, Buchanan's 'Solllii(,' Out at CW begins Aug. 1st. Frankfort has n colored Goeliol Club of sixty members. Don't repeat gossip, even tr it does Interest the crowd. Wo can furnish yon with everyTho man who does nothing never thing needed to build with does auythiug wrong. . . . . at . Shaw's SI. GO, $3. 00 and $3 50 Shoes can't be beat. PRICES. LOWEST VERY A man always feels better If he can blame his wife for u very thing that goes wrong. A fntr crowd was in town last Sat nth Lu Dressed Luuilxr, urday, and tho merchants did a wit is Doors and V inflows, factory business. Sash aud Blinds, a Try a pair of celebrated Brown Shingles, Nails, Shoes. All go at Cost. Builders Hardware, Paints and Oils, Almon Hioxs, a young man, of Clinton, was drowned lu tho river below Limo, Cement and Plaster. Columbus last week. Lot us flguro with you. Tho kissing bug has Invaded a number of Kentucky towns aud several persons have been bitten by it. Dr. Ohas. W. Watcrflold, of Union City, died in Nashvillo, Tuesday, as a result of an operation for abscess. on tho Time Table. riverMr. orRobt. Boyer, who livesbrought 6 miles below town, 5 waterin tho first load of N., 0. & St. L. R. R. melons Saturday. ARntVKS: LKAYKS: Tho Fulton and Hickman counties' 7:14 Train Mo. U t 9.30 p. m. Train No. 62, S.04 p.. m. joint Teachers' Institute meets iu Clinm. Trln No. S, t 2.04 p. m. Trln No. 4, ton next week. Profs. McDougal and Coats conduct the exercises. Demand for More Money. 3aT" Over 20 years experience in re The pairing flno watcnes and clocks. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. It. W. Buck. The foundation for the financial which dominated all otb If yon become a victim of tho kisstbeoriei ampart ing bug, batho tho r iiaaei in the Preaidential cam- monia, followed byaffected hazel. in This witch paign of 1896 was in the fact that treatment is a specific tor the bito. there wae an insufficient amount A petition has been filed with the Ornvrnj nnlirv iislcim? fVinntv .Trtrtcrn of money in circulation among that an electionnf bo ordered In ilayfield was for tho purposo of voting on the whisky the people, the real want more money, and benoe free silver question. mast Tho young man of was poshed as the means of putindependent, Industrious, ting more money in circulation. and, with his own brawn aud The Democratic contention was brain, acquire credit, help aud encourthat there was a lack of money, agement. Jcssio Oaks died and that more money would bring Tuesday from drink in Tiptouvillo last mg 15 bottles of prosperity; and the Republicans Lemon Extract. Ho tried to get whisky nearly excrv house in town, contended that more money in says from Press, and failing, drank the tho silver or paper meant depreciated Extract. money 50 cent dollars. &c, aud Miss Daisy Milbnrn, daughter of there was plenty of money in the Elder J. H. Mliburu. was married to Mr country wbicb would go into cir Duncan Harrison, in Fulton, Friday last. Both are promluent young peooulation from Its hiding places ple and have many friends who wish them much happiness. when confidence was restored. Maudo Stovall has The irony of time seems to dis- to tho homo of Finisbeen carried back Hargrove, near prove oampaign contentious. The Mayfleld, from where she mysteriously weeks ago. It is expenditures for the Spanish war disappeared several jury will develop thought the grand war baa tbi own some startling facts in tho ca.su. and the Philippine millions aud millions of dollars N. W. Utley has been nominated into actual circulation ; and tho by thn Democrat for StntoHniiutor from Trigg, Lyon, Callowny famines in Europe and crop fail- counties, defeating Feu nml Livingston ton Sims. Utgreat crops ley, homo years ago, lived at Fulton, in ures, together with the couuty, and of 1807 and 1898 in this country, this Missionary towas afterwards n Baptist Japan. has brought more millions or EuTho much advertised antl Goebel ropean money into the United meeting at Bowling Green occurred, States; and the discovery of gold had a big crowd, several tight, knockdowns, brass knucks, as in the Klondike and elsewhere Theso gentlemen who &c, so reported. are outraged has brought other millions. So over tho Louisville Convention it would tbat the money now in circulation seem do not behavo any better. Tho recentis perhaps several hundred million ly issued Cotton Belt railroad hasbooklet, a yery attractive little more than in 1896 and tbe preoed entitled "A Trip to Texas." It Is a btory bonier couple's trip to the Lone ing .years. Tnts would prove tbat of a State, and Star after Jack reach Dallas, tbe Democrats were right in 1896 Tex., they write to a friend at homo all in their contention tbat there was about their happy journey over tho Cotton Belt route. an insufficient amount of money Troy It Is reported Id oiroulation, and the Republi- all over Obion county that 'Squiro J. C. cans wrong in contending that Harris Is buying up every foot of laud that he can there was an abuudanoe of money. In Lake couuty is a big error. get his hands on. This ReferTbe great increase of money whs ence to public documents of Lake couubrought about by tbe causes cited, ty showu Mr. Harris has not bought a tract in long while. nd not by tbe free coinage of siJas. Ward, alias Eli McClendou, a was nrrested iu lver; but the increase has been negro last woek Sheriff J. greater than could have resulted Fulton one dayand MarshalbyHoberthon. T. Stubblefield from free coinage in tbe two years Tho crime was committed at Meridian, Miss., two years ago. McClendou camo paat. to Fulton about sixteen mouths ago, and went by the name of Jas. Ward. Am Antl-Geeb- el Xieuel. An Evansvllle man who wanted to go to tho Philippines to shoot insurcat hard tack and It aeema reasonably oertaln from gents, wade swamps,run tho chanco of greasy bacon, and t present appearances tbat an getting shot aud having his body buried l Democratic in about six different pieces, fainted last week when tho recruiting surgeon nomination for Governor, if uot a scratched his arm with a vaccine point. whole tioket, will be put iu tbe There Is a report afloat, which has field by tbe elements dissatisfied caused much excitement in certain circles, to effect that Mr. J. C. Harris, with Mr. Goebel's nomination. of Laketho county, has already commencWhat effect such a nomination ed to drain Keelfoot Luke, aud, acting will have Is only a matter of opin- on this report, aotivo stops have already been commenced, attorneys employed, ion. Of course tbe object of the &c, to sue an injunction and have stopped. The report movers and promoters la to de- the workHarris has received 200 has it scrap, that Mr. feat Goebel, and no idea whatever ers preparatory to tho work. Mr. Haroreleoting their ticket. Sometimea ris owns about all tho lake, but it is claimed that Mrs. Branham owns one aacb aide movementa have exact- milo squnro of it, and that it is tlrough ly tbe oppoaite effect of tbat in- her rights that protection by injunction will bo sought. From tho best informatended. Tbe movement will most tion obtainablo by tho Courier, tho likely only attraot tboae Demo whole report is a canard, and that Harsteps, aud that it crata who are sufficiently dissatis- ris has taken no such excitement of tho has grown out of tho fied not to vote for Goebel any- ponding levee election in Lako county, part way, and if such are tempted to and the belief on tho plan of some that to drain the it is Harris' ultimate Going to Build This Spring? The Season n. GETTING READiT FOR ACT' IVE WORK. win i Fulton County Oninniitt'-- Democratic kuurgiuiizod A'oin-iiiu- '! fJT IsNearinganEnd! Our Slock must bo sold tho quicker tho hotter. To do it prices cut right in two. We mean this ! No job lots, seconds, or trash, hut new, reliai ICcpi't'si'iilalivo to lie .tkuir. r u. L P. &W.S. Ellison Railroad ble, seasonable goods. Hear the RTiG of these Prices ! home-grow- n Shirt Waists. 50 cent Waists go now at only 3oc 75 cent Waists go now at only 49c 1.25 and 1.00 Waists go now at only 75c. 1.75 mid 1.50 Waists go now at only 98c. Kui.Ton,Ky.,.IhI. l!!!. Tho Fulton County Diiiuoern'iu Commit ten Iiiih been reori)nlzed, four of (lie committeemen being removud iv atiite Oliulruiiwi Young, via. : I. O. Floiiruoy. Dr. S. W, Luton, It. IC. Kelly mid K. II. Illufoiil. In their plaooH wuio appointed O. T. Smith, Ohm. Alexander, Herbert Unrr and Diivo NIoIioIn. The com mlttoe met here lliin afternoon, aud Chati. AleMiudcr wmh elected uliairinaii and C. T. Smith hecre tary. The Hueretur.v win iiiHlrunt ed to wrilotlie Chairman of tho Hlukmau oouiity eommilteu aud HiiggeHt t tint the two county com mitteuH moot iu joint feonlon at Fulton on Tiieiiuy, Aug. 8th and (IovImo meniiH to nominate a Hem jocratlo oiiuilldate for the Lcgltihi turo to represent iiiokmaii and I'llllOII COUIllU'H. up-poi- ALL to-da- y o self-relian- t; Wash (tads, BIG REDUCTION Lawns, Dimities, Etc., 20 cent quality now at 12 cents. 15 cent quality now at 10 cents. 10 cent quality now at 7 cents. in Tho e.ommltteo deoidod to ii lteeeptlon and Arrntico in out Cotninittee to look after mat torn and liavo eharte of ierv lliliif on Hie day that .Mr. Ooobul ttpenk'H nl Fulton. Tlie chair up pointed on IIiIb uoiumUteu Motl Ayers, V. 1. Tailor, ,). W. Clinm hem, C. K. Dahtiko mid .1. M. Alexander. The Hiiori'tiiry wiim In utructed to write the Hon C. K. Wheelor to oome down from IV dti cah and Introduce Mr. Coehol. It wun decided that tho commit. nrgi.ul.e Coehel olutm in every preeinet. Six of tho eight eoiiimliteemuii of the county wuro prenent, and action taken wuh iiiiiinlinoiiN mid without h IIh Hi'iitlug voice. on Ladies Slippers. -- The Impcrial-c- . All Cincinniti Custom Made Slippers go in this Mile nt U u Biir Cut. Policy Of rw- Our Store $1.25 and LOO Ladies Slippers out to 75c 1.75 and Lin) Ladies Slippers cut to SI. 10 2.50,! 2.2o and 2.00 Slippers out to 1.75 Boys CLOTHING. I ?iipwo(raH(J & OH 5i-rS5S " "T ho ".I.iP'IIopkitiH make go in this Mile nl a Hig SaiirihYi!. WnBW SI..75 and 1.50 Jtojs Suits cut to SI. 10 1.05 2.50 and 2.00 Jiovs Suits cut to 8.50 and 3.00 .mv Suits out to 2.25 ;.).()) and 4.50 Boys Suits out to 3.75 .6.50 and 0.00 JJovs Suits out to 4.25 lnw)ui ilw in - Mens Fine SHOES. Oilds and ends, only two or three p.drs of a kind, iu tin liiii uit ntn.it m hue that )oit i uiiKii : Hiiywlirru nmm uf 'ItoiKUM, i.tf. r x A"U .unthtng iihi in!i( 85.00, 4.50 News-Banne- ro in WE MEAN IT 1- - and 3.00 Shoes this sale at 1.50 and 2.00 of ttit above uooiIh are to only. lie WimI Nl (kltlli tiilim iii pimh.iA.ug Kurnttuio of any I.IikI wlicr no mvoikIk of nt.- - rft I'l.nnlinv in M.iil. Crili . i x.i.iiiiif ourKMU it. ii Iturtu of iM'iuitH ! M.ltl lit- ()l, i a-'- 1 tf . . Our entire Stock pricca, lor CASH ( miie tiiitl mm' eluicd out ut above u. No IMioto ISiiltnn given with above good. Stephens & Smith, wifo-murderc- r, BaltzerO Dodds. or NOTICE! Not ie U 1m inde-penden- antt-Goebe- SHVIl Sri II Wl JBK'A. "Itt'-SA- V-f- S I r& r V S or ftirntxh-tufor iiiutcri il t Iim Imililing or com pinion of tln iHitf) now under con M rum ion in Hickman. K.v , where tho hotvl MiMNt, that' will not lt rtiion-illlu them fir any work douo or ni.iteriiil funiixlnd nn or for Hidd huildliig, hat llu-- iuiiI 1dw lo the pur ty who finidoyx them, oiMiMitnimn with tluiiii for tin- iuhIcHmI. TinBrick Uo., eontrnctfd with je to luridxh the lalxir anil innlerial Uw Mind huild ing and I have p:ud umlur s.ild uoiitrnet all that I am to jmy until tin lnildin,( is tlnlMhed acxMinluiK to tin- coutnim. And no man iiim1 look to mo for payment of either lnlor or oiiiI'tihI, except what I iiiiiv In owiui; uudi-- Lie t with mud Hnek t'ompuiy umii Kcttlomeiit Willi tin in lal-er l.m-ludc iMTfitrining rlr given to ail partun g 1 i - - Dlt-kwi- - eon-trac- May llli, l.')il. KTH I'UltLIK. A. T, bz.lVJ3H. Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN, A KBNTUOKY. Tlll.t.lieii den-, Or Wiwomii 1 ltor-flin(- tii ;i!u krr-- i it full lln rrpnlr lo uprclallv. on wit.l of vote any kind of a tioket other Lako, than for Taylor, then Goebel ia in Story of a Slave. this way benefitted. In real truth, To bo bound hand and foot for years tbe antl Goebel Demoorata don't by tho chains of diseaso is tho worst form of slavery. Williams, of aeem to have mnob strength any- Manchester, Mich.,Geo. D."Mywifo has says: been so helpless for tlvo years that sho where amongst Democrats. could not turn over in bed alouo. After using two bottles of Elcctrio Bitters sho is wonderfully improved and ablo to do her own work." This supremo remedy for femalo diseases quickly cures ner- Cnmmofi Koapwpn I, nml Holll Illsrlt Walunt Collins nml Ouoi, wliicb onn be flU'il til) 111 "1'orl notice, nml at rmion 01 vc tiu n mil, nbli' piicii. BQi. 8lip the Jsll, Undertaker's ner Ooodc WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CAR OF Hon. W. J. Bryan baa promis PHYSICIAN, KENTUCKY WHEAT DRILLS, ed to oome to Kentucky In Sephave the Iloosior Drill. il vnn IJCCU n Urill cuilic uim nuu us. tember aud give one week speech-makin- vousness, sleeplessness, headuoho, mel- that we are troinir sell. iu uIbo aro also going cheap, We01 tbe OIUco over Wilnon'H Hoot Store, are two you can find nothing 'better, either in prico or quality. Buggies in aupport of tbe State ancholy, backacho, fainting and dizzy here for business, and business is what wo want. It' prico and quality counts, we'll soil vou. spells. It is a godsoud to weak, sickly, flolcoinbu Building, Deaocratio tioket. Mayfleld ia to people Cure guaranteed. Oou't forgot wo aro AgentH for tho Gelobratod Only 60c. Sold by all druggists, HIOKMAN, ( v uicun uuu uiiyer umued Plows. & KENTUOITT, be one of bie appointment!, g run-dow- j DR. W. M. BRIGHT, c n SANDERS REEVES, $& v u fSttBitA0L a. .j l .MaWM-Mf'-Vw-- - . txdgffitfftUgift. '.JIA. -- 1- BUCHANAN. - HAVING DECIDED TO CHANGE MY BUSINESS, I WILL SELL AT ACTUAL COST, FOR CASH AND . CASH ONLY ! t My Entire Stock of Dry Hoods, Clothing. Shoes, Hats, Hosiery, Carpets. Blankets, And will continue until the whole Stock is disposed of. Everything- goes! Conic and see, and be prepared to avail yourself of a thousand Hargains. Our Stock is very large. So much the better for you. These goods were bought lor Spot Cash, and will be sold in this Closing Sale at prices no one will, or can, make. Come early. - I sale Begins Tuesday, HICKMAN'S says that n jtjg-.- i, 1899, I'Eui'IiK WK 1'KSIIT. k p hickman. THE HICKMAN COURIER. Dcorge Warren. HICKMAN. KV 1'RIDAY, , 1 GREATEST STORE. TDK Kentucky. jT -- Jl'LY .'. IMiii. Local and Personal, 'Thu Dig Contest." ,i Hryijiw1!' f- - SHAW'S. It. W. llbCK. Mm. Chan H. Parlium in visiting iu Hardwoll Star corrects tho ro The Union City thin week. jxirt that "lr. 1M. Drown, of tho Pnsh, Imnglit out thu Star and would Miss Lvliu Slum is vbtitintr relatives Iwd Hie two pnjKirs," and cays the lit State Lino, this wot'k. The has not sold Slr owner ought out to any one. does know, anil Mr See Pueliaiitin' "Coat l'ricw"tm Sutr but tho report to was priuteil iu no know Organdie ituil Dimities. jNipen that the preionilcrance of 1 V. Koyeer, of Union City, innny Mr. evidence seemingly justified the wits in Clio city WeinsdHy. Dm long may the Star shed A crowd of Hiukimtu sKrti wont to forth its rays of living light No. It Luke this week lUlilng. Ohuai Democrat, '21st Hint: Mr and Mrs. T. T. Swayne, of Hickman, wcro Mr. H. V. ltomley vfanted hw mirth MUs Cora L. in the city WediieMlay it, nimr Columbus, tills week. Drown, of Hickman, and MUscs Lillio 011174. SiHflul attention to Hardware mid C Nina Maddox, of State Line, are ullitlt KlKMlit tit SlIAW'M. vUitlng MIm May Naylor, north of the & Mr. Tom Williams, of Kulton Mm. M M. Rniidloiind Mny Delle city. 17 lucti DUG-- i Has thu nicest, visited relative in Pulton ttibt county Kentucky, was lu thoclty Tin mixing with his ohl friemls He OIKS. Coino and get you one. TheyJ week. met with a warm wolconie, especially are good goods, anil so cheap. Mb Oenevinve Clement, of Ow from his old Confederate comrades. tint guent of Mb Iou tuixUtro, Ky., A HOLD UKl'UraiCAN. We ltrn from tho Union City Kittling". OoinmrrDiul-Uourier Tom Hlnes, that m, mnit without ambition l no more wIhi Mr. RunM, u Uepublican in Ohl'p Wime tnntiths iiko hhot mid killed good nn rt!i tiittti n xlenm rttyliio .Ion TltrtuH. nt '11itonvllle, and who wit who o Acre (I to turt tho Ooiiiires ull limit hIimiii. nixler u iL'.txto Ixmd, is it fne man, Mie sloiiitl uomiiiutinn in his Diblrlut Ring up I'll wliwi yon waul grand jury of ltke county failing to 1 IN'nt fnwh Rolls, Dread, Fruitaud tlnd hii lU'tietiiieut agniust linn. It will hy otlerlng $10,000 for n If put up be renieml ereU that limes lloateil some Omulics. , In'gan cutting at public unction, is not a humor-islUm ou Tiplnu'slaiiil Mr mid Mrv. Ren Kttykrnilal!. of (Item npiutovtood. anil When Hlnes and us the Republicans In Ohio DawMiu, Ky . was in the cltr SnuiUy, TltMi met lliey hml Mime wonls itlKiut vMtlug relative. the niMtUT mid Tipton knocked Hims anil the Hast would try to hae it, but in grimly and seriously in Mr. 1M. Stephen uiMt Mr. V. Smith, flown with a stick, whereupon the let-tdrew u pWiol and shot his assailant, earnest. He Mi.ya thai if a Con-- ! of Metropolis, 111 , rierftvd Mr uiid Mrs. frimi w liich he died in a fuw days. J. T. Stephens tills woek. gressinan ulinuld pay for the lion- W Horner nnd n party of Elder W Union (hty Commercial Conner, or it would bu vt ell to do so in an friend are nrruiifriug fornn uvurlnml Mth lust : Henry Campbell, of Fulton 'open uiunnur "in a legitimate trip to Mitinmotli Oovo, soon. wns a visitor hero Tuesday, en route to way, and tender a greut gootl to Hickman Klmo Deevus, of (et vour eye ttetcd t Hie Old wiw iu the eity Snturdav nightHickman, the community, instead of prostien route Reliable fnc, iii.Iohii'rou'aOptl'uInieler to May field. Mrs Anna Hewitt, of tuting our ideas of liberty and tln tlmwt in town. OHrbomUlt . IlW , was hen Saturday, eu constitutional government by buyMtxs I.m'v Hrtt'Vf S! returned Wed- route home from a week's visit to rela- ing votes." If wt want bosfiis'm nesday from Mhw.sm-imI- , where she lm tives nt Hickinait Dr. Jos. T. Daker, and corruption, he says, "let us n prominent ynuug physician, of Jones- Wen visiting for ev nu veeto. Iniro, Ark., viBitcd friends here Satur he honest and cut nliatu out. Let Father CliMiiHiiM. . liuhs been on day, en route U Hickman. Miss Cora us get together and say wo are a , visit-int ;w cutboro, for ii visit to relative of l'leroe, who has sut of political scoundrels we like wivural weeks, returned home Saturday, the family of J. H. Morgan for sev- it, and prefer to keep H up." IIo mvonipuniiil by liln eral days, left Tuesday for Hickman, tells ids competitors for thu nomMIm Ida May .Moore, the indite nud where he will visit friends ination that if they cvlll do this ho attentive (liberator at the Telnphono ofDunning a local newspaper, says an tlcn. who Jut liven xlighlly iuilbiiKWHl cxchmige, is juxt like running a hotel-o- nly "will agree to put more gonuino the past two week. U again at her ikM When a man goes into corruption into the canvass than dilt'ereut of duty. a hotel and llui'.s something on tho ta- any other man or suffer defeat at Tin season on ilnvtM iIihw not oxjilrc ble that he don't like, he docs not get thu polls." fat until AtiKt Iht, and linnlfrs are warn-- u) and kick all the Mop iu thu tiro and his darned old not to kill tlH'in lKjforc Hint time. tell the landlord to I'UDLISIIKK'S .NOTICE. lnnhe.s that ilish aside Tim jHtnalty Is a lino of from ffi to !M hotel. He just something else. Dut it snd wadex Into OtfllllM' for OlU'll Wo desire to call your attention to is different with some newspaper read-erMr. Hiulolnli OIiimt li'ft Wwlnuwlay They llnd an item they don't like, the remarkable ofTer wo make you in for HntValo, N. V., vlin lit kh to and, without stopping to think that it 'Thu Dig Contest. " Tho idea of vitut two linitlumand a hImIit. wliom hu may plei.e a whole lot of other people, a man his woigltt in bilver dollars is Iu make a grand display of their sellLsh-ueliiut not Ht'tm for alKiut forty youix. soniotliing new and startling. It Ls woll Ik) iiticom tliroo or four wookx. will nud top their paper. The paper The absolute don't stop, but that particular gent Io- worthy your attention. f) loavi H read for -- Co. lwi nian's copy falls to reach him thu next fairness Of "Tho Bitr Contest. ' SrtloiiVfH Hivud tor 11.00. week, and hu is sure to sneak round and ht'cn tit tmco, us oven thu mast practical 1'atronizo homo industry and hitvu from neighl.or's-"ju- st to ecu if it primers uuiersovemi thousands in their 1!0 to ilOo on tho dollar, at thu Now City Ihiitow his No educational or nrlior is still published," you know. Tho pa- estimates. Uakcry. per still grinds on, however, and now qualification will offer advantage in Ohlon Chronloln: Mrs. Ceo. I'.irk-or- , subscrilK'rs line up m place of the fel- "The Dig Contest." "Tho Dig Contest" of Hickman, who lias Ihhmi tjuitu ill low whostopptd his source of informa- is everybody's contest. You stand as for Minii' tinu', was liouj,lit hero hy hur tion because it small part of it did not good a chancu as any other person on the faco of tho earth. Would you like hiiHkiml latit Sunday ntturniKiu and is suit him. 10 possess your weight lu Uruud New, nt tlio riMiittuicc of her Mister, Mix. Huyri, Shining Silver Dollars? Editor. on l'ah'Htfno street. FiVK SiciliuiiH wtr litingotl by The county hohool fund this year n mob at Tnlliilati Lit., last wcok. C. D. Mouitis, Druggist. Moscow, Ky., uvernp l'J.70 porhludont, and thiri with says ho sells Plantation Chill Curo and tho tutdU'rtt on county bond land, will They hud fur yearn been llio finds it suit h his trado because it eradiKivu to ouch Hchool inipli in Fulton of (lit; iieifliborhooil, uiid cates tho system of all malarial poison, IniToitMi of Jt cents county J 77, an Muvontl killings wero ururiitetl to ami hu guarantees it. over lost year. Under thu Into ruling of tho Inter- them. Their last o flense, wun the nal Hevenuu Uommissloner, hanks are iitti'inpttul asBiiHHliiiitlon of one of not allowed to ntllx stamps to checks tho lending oitlzotiB of Tallutah, &I Attorney-at-Law- . wliuro tho party (,'IvIuk thu ohook falls & to stamp it, but must rufusu to pay lamu who will probably die from the In Offloo upatuir8, Holcombo Build-lnnud return to drawuu. juries recuivud, WloklilTo Vconmu : Trauk Lucas luui rcslKucd his position as thu court HICKMAN, L'ruuMitcd a Trngedy. KENTUCKY. stenographer iu this district mid has gouo to Oluoluuati to accept a Timoly information given Mrs. Geo. job in thu Kovcrutnont service. Long, of New Struitsvlilo, Ohio, saved Will practice in all Courthof tho Stato Is a good boy and deserves a lucrallo two lives. A frightful cough had loug tive placo. kept her awake every night. Sho hud K. Gapt. Jits. KoRor, Sujit. of tho St. tried many remedies and doctors, but DR. S. Louis and Toiin. liivcr l'ackut Co., has steadily grew worse until urged to try iKiught loin above tho old Hurras ware- Dr. King's New Discovery. Uiid lwttlo house for n depot and lauding for the wholly cured her; and sho writes, this business of his company. Tnu company marvelous mcdiciuo also cured Mr Long 1 KENTUCKY will build a largo warohousu, and also of a severe attack of Pneumonia. Such II 0K MAN, use thu present Hailroad wharf boat. euros are positive proof of its power to Tho ltallroad is to build thuir now euro nil throat, chest and lung troubles. OHloe over Oowgill & Oowgill's freight uluvator in tituu for ne.t season's Only flOonml $1.00. Guaranteed. Trial Drug Store. butiluctu, bottles frou at all drug stores. pnbli-entlo- f).SIimnt been Lake has itn credit and hulf wi great us a place for rest and recreation. Not less than 100 or MX) families are camped up and down its friendly shorw. counting on both Hides of tho lake and from end to end and including the M'atters. Thtwo people are from all the ndlaceiit counties, many from the grout cities of the North Jtf" 1 positively will repair yonr watch or dock at lew than thu cheapest. I have tho uxperienco, tools and am oiwnte the work. Yours truly, ni'vir lit'ton in the history of Keelfoot The Tniv NewH-Hanne- r jioiii: riui:vi.4j. C'lllxciiM Sliotilil Oriinl.t to I'iiiiImIi. Mr. Ham Wiule and J. T. Plumincr wero the last victims to tho systematic petty thieving that hits been going on in this section. On Thursday night of last week, the buggy shafts ami cushions of Sam Wadu were stolen, and tho samo night Tom I'lumuicr'H buggy line wcro taken. This kind of petty stealing has been occurring from timo to time for a year or more, and no ono has ever been arrested or jiuuished. Olllcent no doubt, would bo quick to do their duty, if they had sulllclcnt evidence to justify niakmg arrests. Tho circumstances seem to justify tho necessity of citizens organizing for tho detection and punishment of such thieves; and this could bo bst done by raising a fund by Hiiliscriptloi: to offer a reward for tho arrest and conviction of Htich guilty Farmers Free Column. Your Weight. Under this heading will hereafter bo Admiral Dewey Is yood author- published notices not to exceed 0 Hues How much would yoor weight ity as to tho iuhiibitantB of thu each, from farmers who aro subscrib- amount to in Silver Dollars at 16 to tho pound? Would you like to have this ers, who have horses, mules, prorhillpoino Islunds. Ho Bnye of ducts, seed, &c, for sale, freo cows, of chargo. much? Well, then seo our announcement of "Tho Big Contest." them: "Theae tiooplo, tho Filipin A licensed bull at Win. Becknmu's. os, nre fnr superior in thoir ititolli-tencHay for Sale. Inquire. and more capable of I have for sale seventy tons of good Tor Sale. Hay. Timothy, $12.00; Mixed, Clover than tho nntivos of Three good mules, wagon and farm and Timothy, f 11.00; Clover $9.00. Cuba, and I nm familiar with both Bbuck Henry. races." And Commander Ford, iug implements. Apply to Ai.kx. Dice. Uewey'e fleet engineer, in his Males for Hale. interview, thus enlarges upMILCH COWS l'OK SALE. Throo good Mules and two harness on rchnt his suporior olllcer Iiiib Three good milch cows for sale. Ap- Mares, for sale. Apply to said: 'Tho Filipinos pictured in ply to O. L. Rose. J.vo. D. Mates. tho sensational pnpors aro not tho mon wo nro llglitin; they tiro entirely distinct and separate. The i fellows wo deal with out thoro aro not ignorant savages lighting with o re-ce- JfWWGGGI . -T Sanders beeves nnd nrrows, but an ititolli-cent- , liborty-lovinpeople, full of courage nnd determination. The Idea that thu fillpiuo is nn uncivilized being is a mistaken one. They have tho intellect und tho etamlna to govorn themselves and have done it for 300 years, under tho rulo of Spain. They were tho clerks, iho tho assessors, nnd managed tho ontiro muchinory of bows g BEST VALUES. J I BIGGEST STOCK. Z J Z m fa book-keeper- s, Trust That Trusts. A gov-ernmon- t. 1 An era of Trusts ia upon us. Wo'vo a TRUST IN GOOD SHOES, aud have practically barred competition. TO CLOSE OUT our . 1kJS..',.r IXTKH, uruggisi, ... vv lylllllOll, JJW. -- I j i - Svhdjias sold Plantation Chill Cure for uiauV years, and among tho many hill toiu-- s he lnuls tho Plantation the 'lost reliable he sells, as it acts different from thoUininine tonics, which only coim chilli for a short time. It removes tS4 thooauso.ynd tho cure is norntnnent. l'OK SALE. White Cochin Bantams, chickens aud ejrgs. Apply to Wakke.n S. Ellison. IV v., .. SURRHRS A AID OXFORDS we nre making tho following very LOW PHIOES : $2.00 for f.'1.00 and f.60 Values $2.oo r HATS! m HATS! - Come Fortvaril torwanl and settle. Delays giroiw. Verbum Sapientl. ! W All persons indebted to O. A. Hoi- combe aro notified that they mast come; aro nan USTOH TIMIHO. Doen & Kvcrnol. liuviui: lionulit the Hickman Holler Mills' announce to the farmers that they specially solicit their trade, and will do everything to merit tlu ir patronage. Givo us a chance toj prove tins. IIocx & Evkhsol. -- Hem-diet- Is-c- g tti I - YOUIl PICK of Straw Hats, 2 for I These Hats wcro $1.60, 1.00, 75c. 2 $1.00. 3 KVKltVI'III.fJ IS fc- - for $1.00. d (HIJlCE&HnYLOII. TJirn HUH tw ofJ a. niaftn WBM,U, giv-in- g 1 m Fresh and Cold I Ma Water, AM. l'l.A VOKS, OOCO-OOLA- Jmtg it4 Bread IS THE STAFF OF LIFE . . . AND TO OKT . . . I , FUUITNEOTAU. 2 ICES. GOOD FRESH BREADS rilOSPIIATES, CRUSHED FRUITS and LEMONADE. ALL AS COLO AS GO TO THE ter-nit- I Hew City Mm. Bread, Calces and Pies Baked Daily THEM, ICE CAN MAKE III3A.I2TJAT:EItS VOIl Tropical and Domestic Fruits, Fine Chocolates g. A FRESII SUPPLY OF stouo-Kraphi- u Lozmzeys Chocolates THIS 1'I.m;.ST CAM1Y and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco. and RESTAURANT in connection. Come See Us I DAVIDSON maiii:) VCE CREAM PARLORS ICE COLD DRINKS imrvd 00. Received Every Weekl from our Arctic Fount, Telephone i k OOWGlUk IJItOCiGIHXH. iH,ii't'- ITew City Bakery. - H ? ' f '4 f .. J.A-....- s ., If TVUCKEItY IK TKADE. Rev. Dr. Talmage Contrasts It with Fair Dealing. Precedes Condemns I1nlr Which Values Am- MUwrrf'tit' Modrd .ln) Vere els of Intrfti'll), - hl (Copyright, l.oul Ke.psf,h, Integrity nlul trickery In business life form the subject of Or. Talmage" s sernnd the contrast he esmon tablishes between the two is a striking one. The text Is Proverbs 20: M: "It is untight, it Is untight, said the buy cr, but when lie Is gone his way, then he boasteth." P.ilnecs nre not sueli prisons as the world imagines. If you think that the only times kings and queens conic fortli from the royal gates Is in procession mid gorgeously attended you nre mistaken. Incognito, by day or by night, and clothed in citizen's apparel or the dress of a working woman, they come out and see the "world ns it is. In no other way could King Solomon, the author of" my text, have known everything that was going on. From my text I nm sure he must in disguise some day have walked into a store of clothing in Jerusalem nnd stood near the counter and heard n conversation between a buyer and a seller. The merchant put a price on a coat, anil the customer began to dicker and said: "Absurd! Tlint eoat is not worth whnt you nslc for it. Why. just look at the coarseness of the fabric! See that spot on the collar! Upsides that, it does not lit. Twenty dollars for that? Why, it is not worth more than ten dollars. They have a better article than that and for lower price down at Clothem. Titem & liros. Ilcsldes that, I don't want it at any price. Good morning." "Hold." says the merchant; "do not go off in that way. I want to sell you that coat. I hae some payments to make and I want the money. Come, now, how much will you give for that coat?" "Well," says the customer, "I will split the difference. You asked $20 and 1 said $10. Now. I will give you $15." "Well." said the merchant, "it is a great sacrifice, but take It at that price." Then the customer with a roll under his arm started to go out and enter his own place of business, nnd Solomon in disguise followed him. He heard the customer as he unrolled the coat say: "Hoys, have made n great bargain. How much do you guess 1 gave for that coat?" "Well," says one, wishing to compliment his enterprise, "you gave $30 for it." Another says: "1 should think you got it cheap if you gave $21." "No," says the buyer, in triumph; "1 got it for $15. 1 beat him down and pointed out the imperfections until I really made him lcllevc it was not worth hardly anything. It takes inc to make n barguin. Ha, hat" O man, you got the goods for less than they were worth by positive falsehood, nnd no wonder, when Solomon went back to his palace and had put off his disguise, that he sat down nt his writing desk and made for all ages a crayon sketch of you. "It is naught, it is naught, saith the buyer, but when he is gone his way, then he boasteth." There are no higher styles of men in nil the world than those now at the head of meicantile enterprises in the great cities of this continent. Their casual promise is as good as a bond with piles of collaterals. Their good reputation for integrity Is us well established uk that of Petrarch residing in the family of Colonna. It is related that when there was great disturbance in the family the cardinal culled all his people together and put them under oath to tell the truth, except Petrarch. When ho came up to swear the cardinal put away his book nnd said: "As for you. Petrarch, your word is Never since the world stood have there been so many merchants whose transactions can stand the test of the Ten Commandments. Such bargain makers arc all the more to be honored because they have withstood year after year temptations which have flung so uuiuy lint and flung them so hard they can never, never recover themselves. While all positions in life have powerful besetments to evil, there nre specific forms of allurement which are peculiar to each occupation and profesbiou, and it will be useful to speak of the peculiar temptations of business men. First, as in the becne of the text, business men are often tempted to sacrifice plain truth, the seller by exaggerating the value of the goods and the buyer by depreciating them. We cannot hut admire nn expert salesman. Sue how he first induces the customer biton mood favorable to the proper consideration of the value of the goods. II bliows himself to be an honcbtnnd frank salesman. How carefully the lights are arranged till they fall just right upon the fabric! Jlcginiiing with goods of medium quality, he gradually advances towiird those of more thorough make nnd of more attractive pattern. How he watcliCH the moods and whims of his customer! With what perfect calmness lie takes the order and bows the purchaser from his presence, who goes away having made up his mind tlmt he hns bought the goods at n price which will allow him to make n living margin when he again sells them! The goods were wortli what the salesman said they were nnd were sold at n price which will not make it necessary for the house to fail every ten years In order to fix 11(1 things. Uut with what burning Indignation we think of the iniquitous stratagems by which goods arc sometimes disposed of! A glance at the morning papers shows the arrival ut one of our hotels of a young merchant from one of the Inland titles. He Is a comparative stranger in the great city, and of course must to-iln- !. ready-mad- e 1 sufti-cient- ." generosity suggest that they must drink. Huslness prospects are miked over, nnd the stranger is warned agai list certain dilapidated mercantile establishments that are nhout to fall, nnd for such kindness and magnanimity of caution against the dishonesty of other business houses, of course It Is expected they will nnd so they do taken drink. Other merchants lodging in adjoining rooms find it hard to kleep for the clatter of decanters, and the coarse carousal of these "hall fellows well met" wnxes louder. Hut they sit not all night at the wine cup. They must see the sights. Thev Manner forth with ohecks Hushed and eyes bloodshot. The outer gates of The i. ..11 nn.M. in let Iii the victims. wings of lost souls tilt among the lights, and the steps of the carousers sound with the rumbling thunders of the lost. Farewell to all the sanctities of home! Could mother, sister, father, slumbering in the inland home, in some vision of that niuht catch a glimpse of the ruin wrought they would rend out their hair by the roots and bite tlie tongue till the blood spurted, shrieking out: "God save him!" What, suppose you, will come upon such business establishments? nnd there nre hundreds of them in the cities. They may boast of fabulous sales, and they may have nn unprecedented run of buyers, nnd the name of n house may bo a terror to all rh als, and from this thrifty root there may spring up branch houses in other cities, nnd all the partners of the firm may hiotc into their mansions and drive their full blooded span, nnd the families may sweep the street with the most elegant apparel that human heart ever wove or earthly magnificence ever achieved. Uut a curse is gathering surely for those men, nnd if it does not seize hold of the pillars and In one wild ruin bring down the temple of commercial glory It will break jp their peace, and they will tremble with sickness and bloat with dissipations, and, pushed to the precipice of this life, they will try to hold back and cry for help, but no help will come, and they will clutch their gold to take it along with them, but it will be snatched from their grasp and n voice will sound through their soul: "Not a farthing, th.tu begga riled spirit!" And the judgment will come, and they will stand aghast before it, and nil the business iniquities of a lifetime w 111 gather around them, saying: "Do you remember that?" And clerks that they compelled to dishonesty and runners and draymen and bookkeepers who saw behind the scones will bear testi mony to their nefarious deeds, and some virtuous soul that once stood aghast nt the splendor and power of these business men will say: "Alas, this is all that is left of that great firm that occupied a block with their merchandise and overshadowed the city with their influence nnd made righteousness uiul truth nnd purity fnll under the galling tire of avarice and crime." While we admire and approve of all acutencss nnd tact in the sale of goods, w e must condemn any process by which a fabric or product is represented ns possessing n value which it really does not have. Nothing but sheer falsehood can represent as perfection boots that rip, silks that speedily lose their luster, calicoes that immediately wash out, stoves that crack under the first hot fire, books Insecurely bound, carpets that unravel, old furniture rejuvenated witli putty and glue nnd sold as liming been recently gold manufactured, watches made of brass, barrels of fruit, the biggest apples on top, wine adulterated with strychnine, hosiery poorly woven, cloths of domestic manufacture shining with foreign labels, imported goods represented as rare and hard to get, because foreign exchange is so high, rolled out on the counter with matchless display, imported, Indeed, but from the factory in the next street. A pattern alrcndy unfashionable and unsalable palmed oil as a new print upon some country merchant who has come to town to make his first purchase of dry goods and going home with a large stock of goods wnrrantcd to keep. Again, business men nre often tempted to make the habits and customs of other traders their law of rectitude. There are commercial usages which will not stand (he test of the last day. Yet men in business are apt to do us their neighbors do. Jf the majority of the traders in any locality nre lax in principle, the commercial code of that community will bo spurious and dishonest. It is a hard tiling to stand close by the law of right when your next door neighbor, by his looseness of dealing, is enubled to sell goods at n cheaper rate and decoy your customers. Of course you who promptly meet all your business engagements, paying when you promise to pay, will find it hard to compete with that merchant who is hopelessly In debt to the importer for the goods and to the landlord whose store he occupies nnd to the clerks w ho serve him. There are u bundled practices prevalent in the world of traffic which ought never to become the rule for honest men. Their wrong does not make your right. Sin never becomes virtue by being multiplied nnd admitted at brokers' board or merchants' exchange. Uccnusc others smuggle n few things in passenger trunks, because others take usury when men arc In tight places, because others deal in fancy stocks, because others palm olT worthless indorsement, because others do nothing but blow bubbles, do not, therefore, be overcome of temptation. Hollow pretentious and fictitious credit mid commercial gambling may awhile proipe, but tun day of reckoning UL -- V shown around, and It will be the duty of dome of our enterprising houses to escort him. He is n large purchaser nnd has plenty of time nnd money, and it will pay to be very attentive. J he ev filing is spent nt a place of doubtful amusement. Then they go back to the hotel. Hating Just come to tow n, they must, of course, drink. esA friend from the same mercantile tablishment drops in. and usage nnd UNCLE SAM'S FIGHTERS. comcth, nud In nddltlou to the horrot and condemnation of outraged communities the curse of God will conic, rticy Are Prtiluililj' Store Xiiincroua Hum Those or Any Oilier blow after blow. God's law ."orcvor mid ,s.ntloit. forever is the only stnndnrd of right nud wrong and not commercial ethics. In the table of the armed strength ol Young business man, mold the ilrst various countries It in customary to pill business dishonor, uud you will nrold among the nations of the nil the rest. The cnptnlti of u vessel Uussla first world, with nn active nrmy of 1,123,000 was walking near the mouth of a river Ilrst reserve of 2,300,000 and when the tide was low, and there was n soldiers, it reserve of 1,375,000, bringing n second long, stout anchor chain, Into one of number of mailable sol-- I the great links of which tils foot up the total and it began to swell, nnd he icrs on n war footing to about 0,100,. slipped, 0i), as against 3,000,000 in Germany, could not withdraw it. The tide began Trance, 2,500,00 lu Italy, to rise. The chain could not he loos- 1,300,000 in 1,000,000 In and ened nor filed oil' In time, nnd n surgeon 1,1 ito.OOO In Turkey. Hut ij rccognlred was called to amputate the limb, but Authority among military men, the before the work could be done the tide iVance Milltalre of Paris, In n recent rolled over the victim, und his life was disputes thr correctness of the gone. I hnve to tell you, young man, popular belief that ltussli can put in that just one wrong into which you Held nrmy slip may ben link of n long chain of clr thetime the largest says: of the world of war und n "The lum.stanccs from which you cannot be Mates nre not r. great military United power extricated by nny ingenuity of join nny help from others, anil tht from the point of lew of their effective own or In peace, but In time of war tides will roll over you ns they have foot forces permanent contingent would over many. wnen rompcy, tne war their rior, wanted to take possession of u "orni the nucleus ot the vastest nrinynl city uud they would not open the gates, the world." the beginning of Prior to the he persuaded them to admit n nick sol campaign and the dier. Hut the sick soldier after awhile f n year ugo at Manila, ItMlrrlng events was not usual got well and strong, and he threw open to Include the I'ntted States In any the gates and let the devastating nrmy compulations of available armed come in. One wrong admitted Into the strength, the nntlous of Humpc being soul may gnln in strength until after compared only with each oilier In this aw bile It flings open nil the gates to the regard. Hut, ns the mint attack of sin, and the ruin is complete. the French military Jot matitfon from show, in Again, business men tire sometime! alt computations of unliable military to throw olT personal respontempted strength United Stnt s must now be sibilities, shifting it to the Institution reckoned the a factor, ns to which they belong. Directors In imputation shows nnd a very little view of banks and railroad und Insurance com- 'lie French military that the Is paper very panies sometimes shirk responsibility early correct. In the first place. In underneath the action of the corpora- ,!1 authentic estimates of the mailables tion, and how often, when some bankirhting strength of Kuropcmt conn-Meor financial institution exing house "soldiers" of every grade nre in- plodes through fraud, rcspectnble men i.ded In tlie general tot I, whereas the in the board of directors say: "Why, I iierieun total is made iji only of th! thought nil was going on in an honest in tlie way, and I am utterly confounded with the I'nled Stntes permanent service of nud this demeanor!" The banks and the erence whntever to thewithout nny refnational guard, fire nnd life and marine insurance comwhich corresponds to the tlrst reserve panies nnd the railroad companies will mil outnumbers the regulars lu the not stand up for judgment in the last of number day, but those who in them ncea ' able lKxlied ten to one. TheIn differ-nmale residents t , righteously will receive, each for countries is put at 20,000,000 In n reward, and thoe who acted tht 12.e00.000 in part of neglect or trickery will, eacb Mistrln, 9.000,01)0Germany, 10,000.000 lu In France, s.joo.ooo for himself, receive a condemnation. n Great Hritaln. 7,500,000 lu Itnlv and beUnlawful dividends nre not clean WO.000 in Spain. fore God because there ure those assoIty the 1S00 tlm you who grab just as big u cumber of federal census of ciated with residents of this country In pile us yo.i do. He who countenance the category of males IS and the dishonesty of the tlrm or of the cor- l ears, Iwitli Included,between wns 3.2.10.000. J poration or association takes ujKn him- "Mice then the populntinr, of the I'liltetl self all the moral liabilities. If thi Mte has Inerensed 20 per cent., financial institution stents, he steals. to the most estimate. If they go into wild .peculations, he The actuary of the nibble treasury estimated himself Is a gambler. If they needlessimputation of (In I'nited States on ly cmbarass a creditor, he himself It .ne t, ns 72.S07.000, next guilty of cruelty. If they swindle the Tfar'.s census there Is very nnd bydoubt little uninitiated, he himself is a defraudcr. I t that the total population will No financial Institution ever had a iSown to be 75,000,000, nn Increase be money vault strong enough, or credit IJ.OOO.OOO over nine years ago, and of the stanch enough, or dividends y'lotat number of .... j ...1. uuuu, in.. ....11m.. uvuiu nn..l. 1.1... lipr will not fnll Ainerlenim of military juiii-iiiur. short of I7,000,ouo. ttie Individual sins ot its members, lit In the United Stntes the number of old ndagc that corporations hu'e to physically disqualified persons Incapasouls is misleading. Kvcry corpora- ble of serving In the nrmv Is innterliilly tion has as many souls as it hni mem- lfs than In Itussln, uud the adminisbers. trative business of this country, too, Again, many business men have bceo is conducted almost eiiiiivrh by tempted to postpone their cnjcymcnti civilians, whereas l.iissla is under pracnnd duties to n future season cf entire tical military rule, thus taking from leisure. What n sedative the Christian the number of those available for milireligion would be to nil our uulnci tary service nil who nre in the employ men if Instead of postponing its usei of the government. Moreover, while to old age or death they would tnkc It 11 years is put generally ns the Into the store or factory or worldly en age for soldiers, the majority of gagements now! It Is folly to go amid the commanders nnd ninny of the ofthe uncertainties of business life will ficers, ns well ns the rank nnd flic, are no God to help. A merchant in a New above II. Kvcrything considered. It is Hngland vlllago was standing by i probable that Uncle Sam could, on u horse, nnd the homo lifted Its foot U pinch, put more troops in the field for stamp it In n pool of wntcr, nnnL a "linlsli light" than any other country merchant, to cscapo the splash, stcppcJ In tlie world. N. V. Sun. into the door of nn insurance ngctit, Olijretnl to thr "fnnlrj." and the agent said: "I suppoue you One of the famous practical jokers of have come to renew your lire Insurance." "Oh!" said the merchant. "I the Itrlilsh navy SOycnrsngo was l.teut. hod forgotten that." The insurance Jack Hnthorn. He was officer of the was renewed, nnd the next day the watch one day, and ut that time It was house that had been insured vvu custoiunry for the gunrd to present burned. Was it nil accidental t tint lYc nrms to the olllcer commanding the merchant, to escape a splash from a vessel whenever he left or lxiarded the horse's foot, stepped Into the insurance ship. As the captain was going ofllce? No, it wos providential. Ami through the ceremony he xnld: "Mr. Hathnrn, I am tired of this guard. what n mighty solace for a bnslm-Don't cull it again when I come back." feel that things nre providenman to Hnthorn did not, but he managed to tial! surprise the captain quite ns thoroughMany, although now comparatively straightened in worldly circumstances, ly. When thnt dignitary came over the have a goodly establishment in Die fu- side on his return, he found 20 marines ture planned out. They have nn im- down on their hands and knees, with agination built, about 20 years ahead, swabs serving them ns mains and tails, cuta house in the country not ditliitiit of with sailors on their backs with lasses drawn, llatliorn explained thnt, access from the great town, for il.ey had proved so tire. will often have business or old accounts ns the old fashion Rome, n reception by cavalry might bo to settle or investments to look utter. For this lilt of pleasantry The house Is large enough to accomm- welcome. Lieut, llatliorn was dismissed from the odate all their friends. Tim halls are service. Golden Days. wide and hung with pictures cf hunt n branch of antler uac tlueiT Ail l erll".liiK, ing scenes and A dangerous criminal was about to are comfortable with chairs that i,m be executed in Calcutta, While his last be rolled out on the veranda when tu weather is inviting or set out nmJei toilet was going forwiml an Hiigllsh-mn- n who had just landed begged live somu of the oaks that stand sentinel about the house, rustling in tin. too minutes' conversation with him, which breee and songful with the rotnus. was granted. All thnt was heart! of the Interview wns the final remark of the There is just laud enough to keep tin-Interested, and Its crops of nluiOHt fab- criminal. He called lifter his visitor: ulous richness springing up under ap- "Five thousand dollars to my heirs? plication of the best theories to be You understand?" When the hangman found in the agricultural journals. I he had prepared for his snd duly the culfarm is well stocked with cattle, mil prit claimed the right tosnyn farewell horses and sheep that know the mice worth Lifting tip his voice he roared nnd have a kindly bleat when om goei aloud to the assembled multitude: fortli to look nt them. In this blissful "All you who listen hear my dying nbode their childien will le iustiueted stntellient: Tin best coffee is the coilVn In urt nnd science nnd religion. Jhlf of Messrs. ('hickory, Chew em iv Chock-er- , of Calcutta and London!"- - Chicago shnll be the old homestead io whirli the boys nt college will direct their letters, livening News. nnd the hill on which the house stands How It till lipenril. wilt be called OnUwood or Ivy hill or Uncle Thrtt'b strange. You hay that Pleasant Itclrcat or Kngle Kyrie. .May you do not frequent the saloon, uud tlio future hint; for every businessman your tlog nlwnys wants to go In. here nil that nud more besides! Hut Student -- He. is ncqunlnted with thu are you postponing your hnpp nets to dog of another student, ami he is always that time." Are you ndjourm ig your to he found there. Meggendorfer joys? Suppose that you nchle. nil yon expect nnd thnt the vision mention (Jood Iilra Abnnitoiipil, is not up to the renlity, because the About 100 years ngo thu use of starch fountains will be brighter, tliu lmus for stiffening the frills around the neck grander nnd the scenery more olctur was considered highly reprehensible, if csqut the mistuke is none the less U not positively sluiul. Chicago Cla on Austria-Hungary, DEMOCRACY ALL RIGHT. The Mltuntlun tn tieuruln In Tjpl of That Iti All llemoernt- le Mtutra. 1 WHERE TnE BLAMIl RESTS. MICInlr)'a Supporters Ml If t the JMilllppliie I'nllurr Tr-'liiat on lit t.'oiiKreaa, Some of the apologists of the presi- San-ling- o s. nim-self- I5u-.- i. 4 1 t.--e km mn.vl-mu- m -- Congressman .lames M, Griggs, of Georgia, wiiileiii Washington was asked to contribute something to the Post's bureau of political Information, This the Georgia eongressinait very readily consented to do, uud in terms bitef ami d terse, and ,vnt admirably clear, he to set forth the political situation in Georgia, which, making due allow unco for local eonditioiis, Is the lu nil the iiatiiraHy democratic states. Congressman Griggs Informed the Post's reporter that Mr. Hrjun will have a solid delegation from Georgia nt the next national convention; that the distinguished democratic lender l as popular lu Georgia lu ISO'.) ns ho wns In 1SH0, and thnt he U held in the same high esteem nil over the smith, Hint there is small likelihood of the presentation of any other inline to the convention, nud that the Chicago platform will be renlllrineil und additional planks condemnatory of trusts added. To this the Georgia congressman milled the statement thnt, while It Is entirely too soon to make any predictions as to the lesult of the next presidential struggle, he tloes not regard the prospect as to the democratic party. "On the contrary," he declared, "there Is good ground for believing that the party will succeed. With ti leader like Prevail, and confident of being on the right side of all the great question of the day, with sKtceu tn one the leading Imuc, the democracy wns never In better shape to prosecute it vigorous campaign." Now, that Is the kind of talk we like to see democrats indulge In, snys the AIt has the right tlanta Constitution. ring, anil, moreover, has the advantage of being true. There lite a few pessimistic democrats to be found willing enough to take off their coats and get down to business whenever tliry me culled on, but are trinHrnrily overawed by the braying of brass bands and the successes of tlie money jsivver, ns shown In the formation of truMs. To doubt the success of democratic doctrines Is to doubt the capacity of the people to govern themselves. They may, nt some time or other, reach the point where they will succumb to Hie jxiwer und Influence of motic combinations. This is Kissible, but not probable; nud until this surrender Is definitely nud formnlly mnde the democratic party, representing the true Interests of the Kople, will nlwnys haven good proH'ct of sticcctut. We ngree with Congressman Griggs that there Is no good ground for luileving thnt the party will succeed In the next campaign. It isinnot lie ponidblr that the nggreslve movements In the direction of centralization -- movements which cmlxxly all the most vicious forms of attacks on the people's Interests nre to go unretitikeil. It ctinunt be Milbte that the voters arc to permit themselves to be misled Into following false Irnd-er- s nnd Indorsing false Issues. Mr. llrymi, In his speech nt the banquet given In his honor by Atlanta democrats, declared tlie truth when he wild thnt the democratic mrty Is nearer the principles of Thomas .IcfTcrsnii than it has been since Its organization And he uttered nnother grent truth when he said that t he Chicago platform U the plntform of the voter, nud not of the lenders. Wc nre willing to admit that the campaign of next year will put the principles of Thomas Jefferson to the test of their popularity in this country. We have, ns it were, renched another crisis In the history of this nnd the people nre to he culled on to chotHc between the principles of democracy mid the doctrines on which n ceutrnlled plutocratic government Is based. The Issues nre to be more they were clearly defined in ll"w In 1MM, and the voter who tun bo deceived as to Ids duty toward himself nnd his neighbors does not tleierve to enjoy tlie blessings of democratic government. We have hnil such crises lu our history before, ns all students know, but nt the proper time, at tin appointed moment, the people have always given n verdict lu their own favor, nud ugnlust the allied and plutocratic Interests of the money power. pro-eedesit-ratinil-verto-da- y the campaign In thu Philippines ami for the deplorable condition of our troops there. Had congress authorized a larger army, It Is snid, the Insurrection could tune been crushed long ngo. Hut congress on the 1st dny of March passed the bill authorizing the enlistment of ;i5,000 volunteers, to Increase the nrmy to 100,000. Tlie president did not avnll himself of this authority until the 3th of duly, although It had long been obvious thnt our forces lu Luzon, though fighting superbly, were gaining no permanent advantage. Wns congress nt fault for this Viis mijlmdy except the to blame for pti. lug nud continuing lu coninmiul at Manila n third-rat- e general, who InslMrd that 30,01k' soldiers were all he needed, mid who sent bulletins steadily from I'ebrunry 3 to the collapse mid sunpeuslon of his campaign iiiiuouiielng victories and repeating assurances that the Filipino forces were "disintegrating" and that tlie lenders were preparing to "ue for peace?" Who except Melvliilev unless It bv Alger or Corhiu, his "military ndv Uurs" Is responsible for Otis mid for tils force? Other siipK)rtcrs of Mr. MeKlnley'a war of subjugation declare thnt Aguln-nhl- o n hns been encouraged by the lu tills country to the president' jHilleji. Could nnv thing lie more silly than this? Man Filipino resUtnnoe to tvrnniiy for two cent urea needed any outside stimulant to keep It nllvr? If the president hnd nentu competent general nml nn adequate nrmy to enforce his edict, would nny amount of criticism have prevented them from "sweeping Agiiinuldo Into the sen'.' The plain truth Is that the deplorable situation In the Philippines is wholly due to Mr. McKlnlcv's unauthorized. nml unforttiunte proclamation of sovereignty and ilrmaud for aohmlsAlon, nud to the weaknes, the wobbling nnd the iervere fatuity which lime characterized hU conduct of the war. Any attempt to plncc the blame elsewhere will lie as futlto ns It tllhi-torlnrs- dent blame con grew for the fulliiieof .'' pre-Idc- tit oppo-kltlo- U foolish.--- Y. WorM. THE TREASURY DEFICIT. t'rrarul tmllrnllona Arr Thai olhrr llontl laanr Will llr .! .Xrrrry. In plte of the Wat financiering of the ahrewdcat manipulators the deficit for tlie venr Jnat eloped nearly IWJ.OOO.Otm. TliU In spite of the remarkable flood of Imports which ha cnturil the custom house receipts to Increase grnntly. This allowing Is nenrljr f3,000,iXK) letter than wns expected by (inge six months ago. Gnge's intimates of receipts for the lies fiscal vear were considerably higher than his estimates of receipt for the ear Just cloned. He counted on $l'.)5,000,oon from customs and $270,ooo.-00- 0 from internal revenue for the present eiir, and on $203.ono,UiO from customs mid $iH3,0M.O0O from Internal revenue next yenr. It will lie sren that If the cuMoms receipts only do ns well next jear ns the have tlonc this .vrar they will come up to his eatlmntes, while the internal revenue receipts will have to Increase $12,500,000 to cqunl his prediction. Itoth of theae Itemsilcpcml so largely Uwni the business condition of the country that It la lmHhble to predict how the final account will at nnd. !!' The only hopeful soutee of tlecrensc la the pension account, while the cxH:ncs for war will mount higher nnd higher. The deficit for this year eats so henviiy into the Umd Issue that another year cniinol go by without nnother Issue. While- w r. contemplate with regret the enormous deficit, we are reminded of the fact that the republicans hc rilled nil industrial Ills to the deficit n few veara ago. Utltm la r. OPINIONS p 1 AND POINTERS Hlnc-tter- . I tela. States. The Atkinson affair shows that thu Washington government would not hesitate to employ Gen. Wood's methPress-Posods In tills country If It dared. In fact, The St. Louis newspapers are not a few organs of the administration iiiineceswirlly urge (lie piesident to put a stop to worrying themselves over u new name for the United States. iievvatmpcr criticisms on his foreign What is really needed Is a restoration policy on the ground that they give of democratic principles us applied to aid and comfort to the nation's enethe ulTalrs of government. Atlanta mies. Constitution, It Is but a short step from n Santiago or .Manila newspaper oil leu to a newsThe republican party Is beginning a defense of trusts all along the paper olllee in the United States, anil Hue. The explanation is easy. It will there Is no doubt nt till thnt tlie adminnot be long before contributions will istration would like to take thnt step. be wanted for nnother campaign mid It does not need n very close observer the tiHiinl source of supply must be pre- tif current events to sets that the president and those machines tire Inking served. India nnpolls Sentinel. every opjiortiiultl to centralThe defenders of the piesident ize tlie political power of the country ofTcr as n defense to his civil service order the fact that the Chicago platform in the white house. They seem to have contained a declaration against civil reached the lese majestc stage of tin: service reform. Admitting for the game already. Kansas City Tinies. rnj'e of argument thnt thin is true, the The deficit in tlie United Stalea president then stands lu the attitude treasury is greater than it with when of repudiating the republican platform he addressed his tremendous wisdom and enforcing the democratic platform to the administration of ulTuiis. Thu us to this question. Memphis Comme- extraordinary war taxes have utore rcial-Appeal. than provided for the wnr expenses, It seems probable thnt the re- but still Mr. McKluley hns run the govciprocity negotiations with Franco will ernment behind $00,000,000 for the year prove abortive. The French govern- just expired. The president distinctly ment had offered u uniform reduction declared at the beginning of his adminof 20 per cent, in the duties on all im- istration thnt there could bo no port h from the United States, doubtin business while the governless expecting equally generous ftv.it-mement was running behind. It follows, from us. The French have ap- "as night the day," that If we have parently yet to learn that in the Amer-cu- n prosperity nnd hnpplness they nro in protectionist dictionary "reciprocspite of Mr. McKInle.v mid uot on acity" menus all take and no clve.l'ull-adelphl- u count of his cfforU. Cincinnati EnIleeord. quirer, t. jsos-polit- y nt Mr, lliinna sajs that no man go hungry in the United Stnteit. He probably has reference to the derived from licking revenue Mumps. It is our chief diet nowadays. notir-iiihmc- nt I'rci- - firreh t'orlullr'l. Till military wea)Kiu agHlntt free speech nems to be very much liked by President McKluley in the colonies, especially in the Philippine, where nothing in the nature of current events is allowed publicity there or in the United P?f5?apff Blii'Afl IN CHICAGO. Tnlks Against GoIdStundnrd, Trusts and Imperialism. I'rut I Uutlli-nl- C'lilciiuii I (n Slop ' Mrlf I'litlr Kriil from llnltlnx. At tin; tmi'tliiK of (I committee' .ur-j- , Hie national iltitno-rtn'.- c nt I lie Atidltiiiluin, il.-au- ili, Tlnn-ilu- . cl l'r.(i i WlllliiniJ. 'Hci! it In--tv tu-i- Mircwilt I In n lie mi mill In iiKpomu lo 'iitiuiiik iWiimikI HildrPMit'il tin: i I'Mf, - unrriiitf fniMioiih In thu local inert-l- i f'lHnwm: t' li ml tadlcs nml Osmtlfr-tn- c in not Roln ti trespass Icnv U(mn y ir tm ICrloa of 'Itauelar1 awl l.inuti-I- f You hae already llstmed ftVr n rn ft limit a j on nit Hrrutomf.l toat-(pra inortinK, ami u would not rw proMr f r to lot nth iiion at n n r fie (titrations whlrh ant lir.w Iwforti 'M- f'tMrtntiH I 1 d nf ntr I rat p siiil.Uir- - - ic.ikln win the tathwn) lo lead from the little numt of might to the loft) name of right, and then you can toll what thla nation must dc ii is true to its past Ynu have In youi city a poet who has written the best oom on the Philippine question. l)r Ta)lorhas crowded Into a single verse more philosophy a well a poetry, more phllosoph) than )ou will find In a whole speiH'h on thu side of Imperialism, and If ho never does anything els he has done enough In that writing ci this one oem to give him a claim to the consideration of his follow men Thla nation has not wasted Its substance In rinioua living This nation ! not ready to turn liark and with trembling volco ask to bo classed among tho hired servants of royalty This nation 1ms not slnnud against heaven, and (Jod grant thnt thn crow mil heads of the old world ma) never have occasion to kill tho fatted calf to celebrate the return of this republic from inilepeiidnlne lacSc to the creed of t'nln. What should the democratic party do? Why. there Is but one thing It enn do. Sometimes 1 hear the people sa) If the IHirty Is not careful about this iiiestlon ot Imperialism It going to lose votes My friends, when the declaration of Independ ence Is repealed there will never mere a democratic party In this country or a need fur one Our faith la built upon It. and we cannot turn our backs upon tho teachings of the fathers. Kvory wrong to be righted find its Inspiration In that document. We ennnot nsk for u single reform without showing that nil we ask conforms to the pilnclples of the declara tion of independence And so the demo-cratlparty must be true to tho foundation iK'W .ii.d at all time, we could linvo sreat principles of this government. It bullet dial better times nnd not ilepetid on Km:-1- In thu Independence of the Individual en In i.d or cold from the Klondike or from Industrial life, nnd says to the trust: 'Ynu iur export. Vou can remind them that shall not crush up tho life of tho struggling ujin we wcru dlcuilnK tlwi silver quo-ti- manhood of this country ' It Itellevei In iitiJ our ulilllty to maintain Disparity, of the thi v KflUl Hint becnuio of u.n Incre.iKlnK thn Independence foreign llnanclal world to j.ri l'u linn of nllvor we could tint keep tho nnd sn)smnko the policy ilnnncler 'Yon tho for TO.tM'.OOo of If that argument hud cannot inrtuid t..Kotlior believes In cltlxons ' u" kH wlion they mado It. no cm now American liberty nnd ItIndepondencii the doceveryxay hat an IncnmnlriK prodinMlun of cold trine uf where, and when we plead for the right of iruilun It ihlfr to keep the metnl people to govern themselves, nlthuugh tliey .than It mud to bo when the) found differ from us In color nnd In race and In Hut thl I an aid iUitlon, history, we are pleading for them We nr fa ii. I with u ur.d atie about which we have lullimliBialiy pleading lor the safety of our own Institutimer that thesafet) Tlwre I another ijuoatlon, half new tions. Lincoln said Its army or Its of this navy, nation wan not In nnd liult uliI Tim t runt ijnont Uuitli.it .wuh but in tho liberty. In thu spirit that of In tin riiuipiilKn of lKi;. etuiiiKh to not all prizes liberty ns tho herltuge of all men the IruKf onto tho otho nlile. anil jot lu all lands every where, thut net oiicuKli.to mjiliii tho people undnrHinnd If wu destroy this spirit ofand he said plant what the tnut miovitlun meium. And ovon tho seed of dospotlim at liberty we doors our own now you will Ilnd pouplo who ay Hint .the "You tho democratic reputillrAti parly U doing nil that tt wn belloves nk jio why Independence party In giving to the Wh)j thn t niti t la o bad ant m d. 1 reply, becauso wn cannot de.lluvt oxen In Ohio. In o rttnto Filipinos. stroy in the orient without ooi. volition controlled by Mr IIiiiiiia. tliov endangerlui; In the I'nlted lind to ndnjit u roxolutloii Ueclarln,' tnistx Htntes. It )s nut for thn Filipinos that wu to be bad, iiml when ttiat convciitiiiu .con- plead. It la tur 70.dtO.OiW of people, the demn tho (runt;, who In all tho world v. Ill vvurld, dare defend t lie .inula? Oreat uppUtuieJ greiite.it In ll to do and yet a people tint linrm to tho humblest I of the mono;tily great In luil lie trtiil Wtwn n few yiopIo coiitrol ,a pioplo enough the wiirld. Wo aro preparing all eat lire thu campaign of 1900. Tho nntlouiu fur produrt ncc ruu-to human exUlenn', y met und prepared fir llen thom fev cnnlrol to a Iuiko extenj cornmlttoo Wo are cuing ttsavork. the Uvea and tlu hn,pjilnoHs)f all who pro- ask mo whether we arn out to light. YouI going to nln, duce tliomi ariJiJor.. all who work In pro tell ynu I believe ought to win, nnd UucIhk, and all who fiirulili tho raw mano way upon irlilch you can prethere la terial used In Its ui'inufactirc. And can dict success except to dcnmvu success. v-afford to build uji In thl u'ltlon a lApplsuso Wu aru not Kolng.'o ask: 'If by which n feiv (ihall tram mlt wealth or 'Is to Kcnor.itlon, where thu thin thing popular?' going tothu wilier tiling frum popular?' Wu arn nskr 'Is th.s jiiuMi can only hopo for a clerktlilp u nil or thing rlflit?' And If this thing Is right, yomr truat? And If they ay tUit tlieri tho democratic party would raiherizo down Is rip way to Mop thn truil, tlmt thn ns tho cluimplon of thn right aro dolnir all thy can, rt'ciumbcr as tho champion of thn wrong.t hsuii to win that !t It wllhln tho power of tho "Don't ! afraid of defeat, I can i.icak to appoint an attorney Konorul who will to von from experience, nnd having met fai enforce thu law ai;.iliit trunts faco a large number of thoso who wvro If ho liva to ko out of thu ropiililU.Mii jiarty to iMt thn attorney Kcneral. .Ami kind enough and generousI enough to giV" can say to you If tho law upon the statute hooka la ,'n- - mo tliulr support In llinl, II la ulll.ln II. n linn.., nt tU.t iifllfsliml without nailery mat, Having sec them, woU rathor ko down with thorn to ntlorney seneiol to iroK)Mi law which nr uillclcnt. olid If the conitltutlon itund I eternal dofciit than bo president ami hav ! UiKlundwliuttP do for uycuuntry." tn ht way Ji a within tho Doner l Uio . a rrcod All I'lilcami latfrm nit look alike to in.' and my aim l I I ut'vn out of the etemoerntle party a In Urn (.'liicwuo t r f('(Ml i.pivor t tr.iiu i.ut to o impress njion all dem-- t rot tlm liniHiriunre of Ihe principles at f (a. fat all (oral illiTrrinres will he for-t ' in the dcicrinlniitli.ti to rarry tlila K wrt tnpiit liauk io th fouiulatlon laid by tn fathers r. Lincoln win npftfallnx to the lo-p!- i '" f tho country In JW ho favii iitto-ane- o t n err Union t tdnt rnutt bo tlit Mmimnt of tery om. vilio roallza th innltinl cf !'. struggle In which n ur AMi - t'uyiiih- - a trlbulo to the fouixtur of try l'e J.'ii.pro and to tho lilaiailan of ho usnl thpi wuMs " I i uruo oii tu droM'VT paltry and Irr'ur tl. ant thought for any man's sneer il li nothing 1 am nottilnv JikIki I. i.slm li nothlnK. but do not litroy II ut iimiortal nnbloni of liuniantt), the lt arnt n of A morion n Indrix'ndonco ' w- - ilnd Hu i) thin pounlry to-l- y oni" A u iinK Hron, omdlicuMlnK wlirth-- t man or that man or iom' other roar ta tho lxt ropro.piuatho of diino-cra- t LinI appeal to you u ductrlnr coln did, to drop tuory paltry tliotiglit l,ut any man and think only of thr pr - lpli rnunrlatrd by tho democratic jiarty in lfcC, principle that carry ti back to the landmark of the constitution Wc are irtrrenled llrtl In writing a platform, and uant a platform thut lit the party, a platform wrltton Ilkn the Ut platform, not by party bOMvi, but by the ctri of the democratic party When e Ret a platform thai llta the dmorat. arty It lll m rai) enoUKh to llnd In utf and nation candldalen hIio lit thn llotf rm. but It li the principle above the mar and no man li lit tu le a leader !.en he I wanted to tud who Is not fit to t a follower when ome one die I wanted to lead ' In the brief tlmn that I ihall occupy ytixir attention I deiirv to crowd Into a few propooltlon an argument on threo j.je U I ni'isl not tell ou that thedem-irati- c platform of 1M will b rnalllrmed ni the tint plank of tho democracy of (c rationally aome one talk uboul !:) irettir.K "ff of that platform, but upon It l Kenerally found that the man who want to wl off of II wan iieer. The people In fait, uiton the platform wlnnlnic ulu made thn Ilnhl and who by party In vcd tha democratic tti llcht 1 arc (till firm In tho faith, ami ther U on lv nn plank In lliat plairormof ttnleh 1 uriafl and Uinl H the one eak plank toward which moil of the- crltlclim .pre. t..j li 'I w.Mild defend nnry plank nialled Jt .t H.ere are umn who M) that If we 'nt Jrup the money ijue.tlon that we will make It eaay for thoav who left u n . me i.ai k Thn llsat In !(! nun Wun hi tue money ijueatlon 11 wa the (none) remedy tl un exprmd in a I' t. afforded u tbo maan of dMtlnKUiih-I'- , I wl lexer In blmettilllam from the t'.r ii. trv gold itandard. And if th d tin .i that event have vindicated tit l k Id Hundanl ou can anawer them flil. at when Mr MoKlnley aenl it com-i- i it alt the way to Kurop to met rid f t'.e gold Mandnrd ( admitted that we wtwn h ald lha xold wtn Mchl In all 'ard wa not aatlaftictory Sdotne of yi i may ho o prvjudlced that ynu cannot d ji.ti.ii to Mr McKlnley, but I am o f r ii twleil that 1 can gle hlrn t redlt for "i tv when hn appointed three I men nnd lent tliem nil the way ft tr l.ui.'ii to cry out In market plme Help, help the AliH)rlcan,lx)pIr out of the hole that the Kold abindnrd put them Set Not only ran you wlnt t" the fact Unit the intiiinlailan went to lCurope ua nil evidrinn tSmt thn Kcld Msr.dard was nut tint. atifactory, but )ou can imlnt to the Interfa lurv of the rummllon to na' ruil aid aa evidence that Indeiicndent nucenaury to rvcuro m t ..n l u. i If they loll ou that the ..f pold In the Klondlko nrd tho 'mi Million of cold from abroad lint nn.ro money nnd made better time. ii )uu i an reply to them thai when they my that they ouiifeaa thn truth of the ijuun-- t tat'n theiry of money, and you can Ud Mult ,f a little Kolil from tho Klondike or h iitMo Kold from Huropn able to inakr a little, better tlinea, thnt If in would npe 'he mint to the colua.it of ilUcra vi li u Kld and taku the nmiivy uut of cur vw IU..IH talni and have our own money ilr i' t't i If I in i t In iiiv i'hlrn Vt i ,'"iv ' ,trt, . in iatriirm fc dlvMrnt not in luatnaa nl, and the Mrrt awrvlru t Mssrtalli it rat aro firmest emitters In It I aotnhat ChloHo, lnun IIm I'lnbarrasswl rnlvs-- t i . . ll doin-ocrat- nttorney rnerhl to recommend an imtna mont lu tho conitltutlon wlilcli will ulu to eonitrna plenary power to dual wilt this subject. Hut the republican part) I powerlea to annihilate tlm trust o loni; na the inien furtiluli the money to kcop tin topulillcan party In power (applnuioj no that the udmlnintratlon hua It In It potvur tu extincillih tnu trunt. If It so dealtes. "When wo come io thn l'blllpplnn uw'uln thuy say: 'What can the do?' Thero were two months hetwvun llm alKnlnK cf tho treat) and th breiklnx out of hoatllltle- a- two monthi UulilnitHlx dnya and when wn asked them whul they woru Kolhff to do, the) said they hadn't had time to derldu what to do net tlinu to iloolde nhnl lo do. Why, there uru but two pourcei of i;overmnent, force nnd roment Monarehlea are founded uon force, republic uion rormont Our r'ttciar-ttloof Indupelidence doclarns that dorlve their Just powers from n the eonrent of the Kvorn(id. that trv or Is It false? if It Is false, how lonK oiixht It to take us to decide what to do In the I'lilllpplrit? Wo recognized thn tnith of thnt declaration when we went to war with Spain W snld th people of Cuba urn and of rlsjht ourIiI to tie Why? Iltrcause they llo near u7 No. lleeaiMie they nre part Mpanlsh? No. They wore and of right ouirhl to bo free bwauio they wno led to be fren, ,ind governments oiHe up from tlio poo pi o . Appliie ) If thy wero and of r'ltht ouxht to be free, who can drnw a line hotween tlieni und the people of tho rhlllpplnoa? Where Is the philosophy thai entitles one to liberty and another tn vnsalm;(? You say you don't know what to do? (Applause ) II you rind a pocketliook, nnd on It the nam of the owner, do you hae to count the money In the tiockethoak before you know w hut to do with the pocketbook? "If thedoctrlneset forth In the declaration of Independence. la Miund, then we cannot rightfully acquire title by conquest. If the doctrine set forth In tin; declaration of Independence Is sound, wo cannot rightfully purchase tAOvV of people at 2 apiece from an alien monarch, whoso subjects wn oiirpolvos nrmed to ItKht nRulmt tholr monarch. There I a principle Involved, and when the principle I once understood Its application Is not dlltlcult and If the pople of the Philippine Islunds are nnd of right ought to bo flee, then thla nation should without one moment's delay announce, to tho people that wo urn them as friends und not na enemies to establish n government, which shnll le their government and not our government when It I established Not only ought wn to do that now, we ought to have done It In the and if the promlio made, to Tuba had made to the Klllplnos not one drop of blood would In the Philippine Islands. have been sheit And wo would be sending school teachers to Manila to teach them Instead of soldiers to tell them that the declaration was a lie. The Klllplnos came. Into our hands by accident of war, and, coining Into our hands, they must be dealt with according lo American principles und not according to K ti rope an principles. "They say that If wo were to give thou people their Independence other nations of Kuroe would laugh at us Are we afraid . laughed Ml Why, more than a hun-die- d years ago. When there wetebut three millions of tieople In this country, our fore- I fathers dared to give to the world a declar ation at which the people of the old world laughed, but for which our jxiople fought When the framers of the declaration of In dependence wrote among the truths thnt all men are created vqual, endowed with Inalienable, rights, that gov eminent are Instituted among men to secure these rights, deriving their Just powers from thn consent of the governed, the Hsiple of the old world laughed Hut they didn't laugh long, because our forcfatheri more maintained their declaration, and than a century this republic has lxvn th most potont factor In oil tho world In the destiny of thu human race. (AiHdausc.J Hhall we be ashamed to admit naw that wn believe In the declaration ol Indopendonce? I rejwat tlmt we must deal with these people according to American principle. They desire tholr Independence us say to them, as We said to I'uba, stand up. be free, and then to all the world sa) hands off, and lot every ues-Hon n 1 doc-trln- hltLLX 1AKEN in. He REPORTING TUK til A iVEDDIflG. Knew World I lie Viia n( Hut tint Cntiffht H Was Turned In by the Yoiuiff iippliiir. Ileporter I'll fur the Wnafe llimUct. The man in question U'cd to say he knew the wny of tho world n a cat knows its own kittens, and laugh at the wiles ut tlioiu who live uu their wits. He lmd Ucn economizing nt every turn for a Ioiik tune, saving all that he could, were near At hand. Ho for thu liolnlnj It ft his station the other night in the teeth of a lilizznrd. The 'buns lmil stopped and he buttoned his coat collar about run-nin- fn. Ix-e- 1 self-evide- In trud to urn too llowcry language, iih), liecomiiig excited, he forgot to no .in in ,!,. ln the use or words. Hie de-- i idinpti i the beauties of natuie read lOiUftl t 'ike this: J i" very moon hovered ovir the the stars twinkled merrily; the lui nick with a determination to walk scene of a eoft i.g uf (he wind in the trees near by home lather than Kiuandcr the price onme i lucdiction of love to tho happy call. "Ministry night," said a tall, imposing, couii u.tenng upon the voyage of life r man, as he tapped our friend on the shoul'J he ii porter sent in his copy, but just der. "Oct into my cnrnnife thcte; 1 11 bo with you in n minute," and he dashed into as the piper was almut to be sent topreis mto the editor's roor.i, all excitethe station aftir his bag. Jt was too good he an oiler to ho rciused, and the traveling ment. .ung he wished to make a correcthanking tion n t'is account of the wedding, man put in most of Ills tune in t the almanac, there was no silhis henefaitor, who politely insisted that very r inv other moon on that night. lite ineasurc w.is nil ins An "ip reporter also said that be lwd ".lust ted him where to drive to he said, later: "I Ret out heir. No, don t mention blunnVri.1 m writing of the "contesting" Ikirt"- - instead of "contracting" lwrties. it. Hind of the opportunity. At i few more corrections the account Vnti- it i(ia n lifirriliii IllL'llt. mill lie WAS uung another man's carriage, so he could of tlii w Milling was found available for the the driver and editor i not do less than to treat give linn a cigar to keep his noe warm. At An Intetlectuiil Test. hint the economical traveler was nt home, and he shouted a cheery "good night, as "Y. Mr name?" ".J.ir I'rzj bkalzi." he slimmed the door of the vehicle and "H stnrttil for the house. iong have you been in thi eoun- "you've forgot"Here," cried tho driver, fH n. lm McKlnlev." something." ten "ThanJsi. What it St?" as lie hurried "Who wrote the declaration ofinccpend-crv- e '" back. "( ngren." ".Vine shillings." the harrowing conviction "W'h.tt?" vou swear to obey the laws of this " ci7fd him. "Why, the other man." natl hlowcil. I don t know "Thnt other man be rge VAshir.gtin." him from a crow. You took the cnb. ' j hat form of government is this? ' Then our man drowned the voito of the "lVhcm Linking." storm while he wag settling.nnil, going in, "That will do. You're accepted. Step swore lus wife to secrecy. That'll the way down I say." it got out. Pearson' weekly. "Iltr Star Spangled Menncr!" "IK n't you understand me? I told you you ncre all right." Klnsflrlt)- of I'litzllali. "Dree ehecrr! Heep, been, hooray!" Where doc the slang of the day originate? Is lhi an examination for ndmision to When a new verbal niontroity comes into citirenVup No, gentle reader, the man currency its origin ii as mysterious as its effort is startling. On a roof garden Inst war's to be a soldier, and our great and night a weary looking youth in n straw hat good wernment has declared that a t have any more brains than a that had seen better da) s and with tell talc beneath his c)es, released two straws vottr. Cleveland 1'lafn Dealer. rom his mouth long enough to remark, lanSuinnier Cnatiiinln?. guidly, that he was suffering from a horrible in stiff "I don't liellcvc in girls Ili companion, lase of the "ding-bats.who looked like a vaudeville lady, had just clothes dunn' the hot weather," said the remarked in a tone loud enough to be heard adipofr elderly lady with the large diamond by her that one of the performers earrings and finger rings at the boarding was "a useless bunch of trousers." One houif breakfast table the other morning. daughters dress in negliUi at his head ached, the other that "I make my tw-meant the object of her criticism was professionally gent costumes all jammer, no matter where incompetent. It's a great language. N. . thev're a gom'" "Maw!" said her daughters, warning!)-- , from the other side of the Commercial Advertiser. tsble, and the fox terrier pun turned n fit eut m the basement vet4- - -- 'e. WashingAsslhrr Iliad. ton Post. The following story proves what kardU tieeils proving, that a nun may handle 1ko Getting married is a good deal like coastwithout being a scholar. It wasn't tn the down hill in winter; a good deal of Itook stall of a department store; ll was ing preparation is necccsary, and it is soon in a real Itunkslorc, a ItooLstote, moreover, over Atchison Hlobe. where )ou would eiprct tu find salesmen vrlto know- books. A friend of mine went in Dirs when man has had an the other day and asked for Tone's "Iliad " uns.Vjfactory the business the breakfast ofiice boy has '1 lie Mlesnian went away to look for it. to earn his salary. -Somerville Journal. Presently he returned with a book in his . . baud. "Wr haven't Pope's 'Iliad.' "he said, Many a man who claims to b discreet i "but we have an 'Hud.' It's by lionier, but a coward. Chicago Daily News. though." Washincton Post. A rctiortcr on a new spaper was given the task of riling up n very swell wedding. lie iiitiii.ied a fine account of th wedding ifMiionies, but, like many young . writer-- Ktlir More Counterfeiting;. Th Seerit Service has just unearthed bant of counterfeiters, and stcurcd a laie (luantily of bogus lulls, which arc so cleverly executed that tiic average perton would never Mipeot them of being spunous Things of great value arc always selected for imitation, notably Hosteller's Stomach Hitters, which has many itnitatnrbbul ne equals for disorders likeindigcstior,. dyspepsia, constipation, nervousness and encrnl debility, Aiua)s go 4o reliable drug? tts who have the reputation of giving what you ask for. A Mnn of Thrift. She Where are you going to spend the summer? He I'm not going to spend it at all I'm going to save it till next winter and sec if I can't get the janitor of the flat to life it in the rooms I occupy. Detroit Free Press. I.ittli-- i V IB IvJi m MR H i 121 ewer ( see e snow tai in Saner? storm. No need of this snowstorm. As the summer sun melt the falling snow so will X3fc? nevee HM finf toa liivn seen the clothing at this tirnc uj uic year so tovcrea wun dandruff that it looked as if it had been out in a rccular snow nvlnSI to-ge- ru-iii- d Ciin a, I a powder for tho feot. It makes tight or now tlioei easy. Cures swollen, hot, sweating, itching feet, Ingrowing- nnilM, corns und bunions. At nil druggists und hoo stores, iV; Trlnl jiackao KIIKH bv mnil. Address Allen S. Olmstod, Lo Itoy, N, Y. So your daughter is married, eh?" Yes. strike "And how docs your new Diggs Iliggs son-in-la- Ono nizo smaller llnr Hhon nf tor using Allen'a Foot-Kam- Home Itiin Strikes. Mdite-baikc- t. Tit-Mit- "For n V' or an 'X' Evening News. in vriti '" uually."-Chica- go i "I. The Heat Prescription for Chills nnd Fever is nbottlo of Gnnvr.'s Tabtrlhss Cm ix Tonic UIr himply Iron and quinine In Noeuro-iiojia- y. iiUiaieluss form. A rrlco.oOo ''' i Clemi Iteconl. "I wouldn't associate with her. Why, one of her ancestors was a charwoman." "Wei!, then, she's sure that one of them, at least, had a clean record." Philadelphia llulletin. To Cnre n Cold In One liny Take Laxative nromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refundtnoncy if Itf ails lo cure. 30c Every woman believes that her husband is a child in some respects, and that she must be on the alert to keep things out of his grasp that he wants, but which are not ' good lor liim. Aichuon uiouc. ' Am vigor melt these flakes of dandruff In the scalp. It goes further than this: it prevents their formation. It has still other properties: it will restore color to gray hair in just ten times out of every ten cases. And it docs even more: it feeds and nourishes the roots of the hair. Thin hair becomes thick hair; and short hair becomes long hair. We have a book on the Hair and Scalp. It Is yours, for the asking. If too do not obtain all the benefits you expected from ths use ot tbo Visor, writs tbo doctor about It. Probably there Is some difficulty with your general system which may bo easUy Addrm, D1U - sol-di- T ct-dn'- , age. You can dye your goods in one hour with Putnam Fadeless Dyes. All other dyts re-quire from one to four hours. 10c per patk- 1 m The depth of feeling displayed by the mosquito touches all luankind. Chicago Daily Xcws. Pito's Cure for Consump'.iip has saved me many a doctor's bill- .- 3. F. Urdy, Hopkins Place, Ualtimorr. Md., Dec. 2, 'Pi. is the agent's business to sell thing, it is your business not to buv unless you need what he has to offer. Atchison Gldbe. It J. C AYEB, Lowell, Mass. -- - Hnll'a Cntnrrli Cure It ' a Constitutional Cure. Price, 75c. left. It's a cold day when the palm-leaChicago Evening News. f fan geta lltlimmsri ' 11 assss' WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. 17G Winchester Avenue, New linen, Conn ?f3SS!X w J li A 't The doomed man feared the people waited along the way to the scaffold. rTtW "See how they stare at me!" he cried, '3 it.i'iii.iii,tii.. . "Yes, that's what you might call niblxf l lm samfHW nip -it in'" ouservcu me executioner, piar : 1LBT full.- .l.mltin It nnl .Int., tl llllnt ntl P. 4. nient of eyctr into this otherwise tomb i 1 YA. affair. Detroit Journil. o ..., Hash of fiayelr- - fflw.maa ! 1 a VvJ M v assssa fct The Conrluslnn. rather'" "That's what he meant" "Awl you say the idiot of a teaehi'r to!el vou that you had an extravagant fool of a pji i 1 9il Hfl VbI tfWr afstj fsssssj m fm W 11 m" W Wrl LV kW IsK W In Send your nime and address on a postal, and we will send ycj our 1 56-w page illustrated catalogue free. -- Jjbifitak" S et For Infants and Chudrcn live Tell thst weflee't know rhat to Jo All e nave lo do is to read our natlor.i hlitorj, to watch the nation as It traveled ir "Hut what did he ny?" "He said it was criminal folly to waste money on the education of such a chump as f am." lndianaKlis Journal. Aline "Wouldn't you Imte to b preacher' wife" Anna "No, inileeC. Just think of being able to make lnni cut !m sermons bUort. Kansas City Independent. do not care for n fortunes but want junt enough to make them comfortable. Wash- Use For 9&3Xi)iXSj) As Black as Your YourWhiskers DYE STHsVsSa Signature 0 " nr y - .in cpie mane a preicncc mat mcy i ZV ' i JjrsT DR Over Thirty Years The Kind You Have Always Bought Aids Digestion, Regulates tbe Bowels, Makes Teething Easy. TEETHINA Relieves Buckingham's Dye. et. diuccliu 50 ol or R.P.Hall &Co.,Nuhua,N.H. A Natural Black with 1; ington (la.) DrmoTat. ?s5SEriWI ji Ctfc- M0FFETrs H rzEL JESLi ,M OIK'S Vlni At All H.SI- (.LS. Dost tkiugti bjrtip. Tojtea Good. Uso m limn. Ni'TurnniranH. I i dl-t- 'ie 'i Pope mvs: "Tl e mind's the measure of the man. Perhaps that is ihv unrnp men aro so hard to hnd.- - Ha mis Horn. jWsfAt I It is humiliating to reflect that bad teeth arc responsible fir more silence than is almost anything e, se. Detroit . Journal. Tor disobedience the small bov frequently tatea the pa'ni. Chicago Daily News. r - f4V PwIkw rt ctif Jkl aaataH cclnlNIl TccTiiitin to A. N. K AVIIKX K2EIUMK1 Boa'el Troubles of Children of Any Age. ill ii mi mmmm " icciniiiu runuend m rifttif ni?no PyaLsW Ask Ycrur Druggist JorlU Costs Only OS Cents. 1771 AVItrriVU Tl AUVKUTISEKaV pSenae sliile (hat you saw tbo Advertise, tucut In tliU puper. -- E hwmi Excursion to iix-ur- e THROUGH THE QUEEN'S DOMAINS. ") 1 . Kn i.ivKTe.KK-Cattlc,corain- THE MARKETS. Cincinnati. July oa.t 1 PAI.VB- - iiuirnerw l'uirto vooil light. 1 ?lil.:i3,, rn"leo I.A.MIl Spring FLUI'lt Wluler i.'itent .... IJKAI.- V- Wlivai-Corn OuU-N- Mtxeil piiclcri Llnht Mhliier hcavv.... .'... . IC B 0 " 3 S". it. i X 4 M t to II 3 tt) 4 Ki a CLbW a . 4 15 .'Sjn. X slaM N'u 3rwl N 5 nil... 3 7.1 6 X t 30 i bO n te d St. 4 ;o io (1 40 3 ui 1. n- HAY Prime to ctiolce 1'ltOVISlONS -- Mess porg. .. I.anl IIUITKH Clmlco ilulry in cnoioe creamery JVl'l'l.KS Chelro to faney Su S Itje No.5 mlxeil t fH ( it, W fillO UJ CHU0J ,';!lrflrill ffiji: 7f&F,iXWmZir WMf& aa sal , jx ZvV' 553. . Mid-Summ- er s 1 su ."SlW"iirA.'Bfsr AV Witv'-V;i- -- "g- - H n vc.tvvS r ' Ir..- - . T Tv v I'OTAIOi:!: -1 Vew ri.OUIt li HA X cr o.T iHjuK--- mM'v 'fhlfiiifo eXllvN Nd i? Xn, r Me Winter putvnt Wheat Xo. t rwl ciiiUAnn 3 pcrbrl. I 1 (0 it. (X) 4t .V) a US. Z I --i 1 it"; I.' irln Tl (VI ft ft 3 10 3 ;m H W 3J54 t. H .MtI aiiuui er .v:;:.v.:.;:.v." patent .. XKW YOIUv. t IVi 4) kli b 6 9 HI &0 Jl. S mm abW.b7 ti in " ti i IK" nj ' - CARn FAILS! . . on . . . . .. ain .'i ' in j. i .vn-.-s rsj; II ", fit 1 Tuesday, August 8th, VIA. THE ri.Ol"l-Wint- WIIKAT Misrel .. CllltN XaS Mixed. . o'atV-mix- Vii ., 3 05 ft r. 3 M .!-- (ji 0 00 :, , HUM isssBBSsSSn-'!'-- I DM1 J'OHK J.AH11- - -- New Western M-- ".."..'. .v.';.."..'.;.' UAl.TI.MOltli & ft ft Im. 9 U SH hi "5 -i . JasrjTV..aVJr?,Sr--- :sSS,r. ' i and MICHIGAN CENTRAL Railways, via . ?s ri.Ot'lt-Knm- tly V 11A1N WhealMIxciL - Na S red. .... a 4 4 TO J W "l Oats Xa Suliliu Hve No Sies iri CA'ITI.E I'lrHiiitulity IKKls Western UKAIX -- forn ll'1 Ti 3 H d Jbll'i lit. &3kToi6do Detroi- t'- Canada UJ to-di- iurr. Xo. Oats Na tcni INDIANAPOLIS. Whimt. Xo i red. ... S mixed i! mixed ft 4 W Q.MM 61 in 3 15 70 M C7 rUMMt-Wlntirpn- i.ouisvilli:. O $7 H mm QQ Round Trip From Either $6.50 "ssr1 Ttiousand Islands. "Cincinnati or Indianapolis. $I.OO Additional to TORONTO. For detailed information repardinp tho trip. Hotel Kates, jjiecpinp Car reservations, etc., call on your nearest agenU UKAIN Who. t Na s rcil,.!. Cam -- Mixed I'OKI- v- Mess I.AKU Mvaia O.Uk M.xeil r nyn-te- w ....... .... ,.,., .......,... iic ft 4 ft 3'l ft ft 9 T5 PO TU Connecting lines will sell excursion tickets via tho Jin liClllVH JjtllllTf J: tJTLLil LJlUJti. C t id KXttUth P. T. M., Cincinnati, O. prv.'-ldiu- it To cure, ormoneyrefUndedby your merchant, bo why not try it? Price 50c. VW'fWJ-Ki- A - . - Jwt - ff?f mfrfr. vr '" -- 11 vyT ' t SHERIFF ATTACHES Mexican Govern me nt Muiioy A UUCTOH AaSOUNTMIIWT. wtHrmtMyinnMii nnwwwm (irnnil liiicis Again. i Hwimmin Mmrvfm ,1 I vi V 51 3: Tho l'sduouh Hcgistor says it is1 now repotted authentically that am a doctor. tho town of Gtund Rivers will The fuct Hint a Shorifl' Iihh tit again be on a boom. KngliHh Aro you nervous? it Ih eald, ham purcliaHed Does your hair pull in tho morntachod money belonging to the ing when you wnko upf tho two iron liimacun there and Qoverntnont of Mexico in the Do you stiffor from a loss of will in a short time have City of Now York, precisely as sleep whon there are a couple of operation. The citizens them in of Grand attachments uro Borved on cats in your back yardt Klvers are greatly elated over the Do you have u feolmgof fulitoea good news of another prosperous to oollool a debt, lino creera iu that town. in business cir after eating too much! ated a ereat atir Do you cough whon your throat in lesul cloa, and more especially ticklost circles. Olaima against a SoverIs theron burningBonsation aft- BORROWERS eign Government aro usually col er eating a mouthful of hot pie? Does it mnko you tired t,o shovlectod through tho Legislature or el wet enmlf courts of tbat Government, or a bad taste in your WANTED ! Do through the direct intervention of mouthyou have alter eating stalo eggs! another Government ; but, in thin Does your heart llutter whon case, suit was brought, judgment you come homo late and And your obtained, and attachment Issued wifo sitting up lor oui Do you have a feeling of faint-ncs- 8 in this country, precisely as farm when the collector comes er Jones would euo farmer Smith. around with a six month's laundry The claim was for 813,000,000, and bill f Do yon feel tired iu tho mornthe debt incurred when tho Mexi fighting to ex Del ing when you get up and find that To Help Secure Homes. can States wero kindling wood is nil gone! the inrader Maximilliuti. After tho .you have night swoats whon Do the Mexican Republic was per- your wifo tells you that her mothmanently established, tho Mexican er is coming to pay hor a long visgovernment enacted a law to re- it next summer? Do you get cold feet when some fund the debts thus incurred, isInvestment, one asks you to buy a ticket to a Safe and Sure suing new bonds, but iu somo wa.v church social? ttiese old bonds wero excluded, If you havo any of those sympand the owners have been trying toms you have catarrh of tho foot. ever since to get their money. I can savo you. I hayo thousands of imilnr cas-oThe Hickman Hi iliunci and Last week the Mexican Governand never lost a patient, exment secured a large loan from cept one, who was hit on tho head Loan Association lias been in New York bankers, and it is this with n pile driver, nrter taking ojieration ten years, and during money that is attached. The col eighty-sevebottlos of my remody. this time haft loaned more than will be a Ilo died happy. lection, if successful, citizens oi Fulton I guoranteo to cure evorythiug $100,000 In new step in international a flairs. county, the oliief Kit of which lias except hams. been uetl iu building ami secur1 givo you the following certifiDEMOCRATIC JIAKMOXY. ing homes' for its members. There cate: "For forty eight yonrs 1 suffered are several hundred citizens of St. Louis Republic torrible agony. I could not sleep Ilickmnti, and throughout the In refusing to allow the Altgeld iu daytimo or stay awake at night. county, who aro, ami have been, Harrison fight iu Chicago to as I was completely run down, and shareownvrn, ami eacli can bear sume the proportions or take on thought I would havo to let out witneeo tc its miccc-siu- ! manageon shares, move to town tho the importance of a matter a fleet- and farmmy wife keep It jMiys a reasonable profit, 1 ment. let hoarders. ing the wolfaro of the national tried several different physicianb, is .sure ami safe deposit for your organization the Democratic Na- but they seemed to think if I was savings, and it is a .splendid inducetional Committee has acted with not so confounded luzv I would ment for the young to economize got along all right, and thoy could and save up their money. Jt afcommendable wisdom. not lo The Committee will also be sup told meme any good. Ahineighbor fords borrowers the oporttiiiity of ife of Miying by monthly itiMnllmcnts, how cured ported by Democratic eonti ent consumption. iiright'H d!eeH.e. ca- enables them to utilize rents iu in urging upon the party nrgam the zation in every State in the Union tarrh of iu Hlioulder blades I xml paying for homes, and in about six recancer, three days' time. the necessity for harmonizing all solved to give you a trial, (hough vears accomplishes" that result. Tho books for a new scries of differences as the first step it I had little faith in anything. You tilts ward preparing for effective par Association are now open, and (msc ty work in the campaign of 1000 at once pronounced my only a will In field open until the .'ird I not had Thur-da- y .. I'..- -! complicated one. l r. rrr.. ,. 'I'l.o nnmrw.i-ntl.- . in Angus!, (17th,) for "f U, ? di8eaBof campaign must bo compact Z ".lu8 that thy of New itoclc. prit.v HDtl unbroken in its line of bit lie; ,UI,.H Now Stock is only issued in Feb" ?.V' . "S V "? its discipline firm, its forces unit'. , l"W J ruary and August of each vear. U1U1M". film o.l IU ATn.t OU In DliUl b. In the movement aguinttt tlioi also seemed to have a numbpr of! For any further information call diseases tyranny of class the National De-- ! other people's Bright'. besides on the Secretory, at the Courier 1 com- ottire, I lick man, ly. those of Mr. mocrucy will stand as the repro-- ' menced taking your trpatioeiit mid peo-- , sontativo nnd guardian of the twenty foiti hours was pie's interests. The Republican inside of cannot tell yon howI very COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. cured. I national organization, defending thankful I am. . nouetlmt wish . monopoly, will be thoroughly or-- ! t c. ennm iini flirna nr rmir mnrn riurj .111 .. ui , m.ii .. run gauized, adequately financed and fatal diseases so that I could Bo Alf Mt.lpl .,, ., , Dr, . Jm,p",,m ' supported by all the power possi to you to be oa cured .gain. Ful,m UttAvr nml xy ble to the millionaire combines rtn. of ureal liberty to make whatever Clpcnit Court, rendered in the above which it has created and foster- use of this 3 on may boo fit." styled came t its May term, ISM), till ed. Democracy cannot afford to 1 am u specialist iu all diseases partie holdiiiK claim uponst thuih-otaue needless chances against wlant, Alfred McDaiitnl. on Oct. Sjltli. I such an enemy. It must utilize out the skin. of can skin will withinstruiuJn.H, and the use every legitimate advautrge. The first and greatest necessity without keeping you from your mwme with iim or my ifepntv on nr before the Jtrst diy of SentemlKir, 1MW is tbat of harmonious organiza- bllSincsH. I also make a special 13' of the winter the penalty that nil hucIi rlaiiim tion, a matter to which the Demo diseases of men, women and uhil- - uot o worwi ami filed with niooriny cratic National Committee pro dreu. Do not wait until you are y by Uwt tlnwui lie Lnrretl. P0808 to dovoto its most earnest '' TA ' JiOI efforts from this lime forwatd. dead (broke) before consulting me. Mbhu-Coiuinlhuioiiw P. 0. 1' Mrs. Jane Undronk, of Aziibh, The work of the committee iu this writes: "I have been ailing evor Hy Tom Duiov.Sii., Dep M.O r.O C. direction should bo heartily My deputy can he found in his ofTicr. I wnn Horn. I Innk imiftv. tfieKlfU,.r of jmk0ii and Keattickv by every State Demo-crati- siiiLO two barrel of patent uiedicinos, l8trt.tK IIi(.k,lllU,( Kv. Committee and by individual leaders and tho rank and file but it seemed to do more harm good. I htiffered untold g ui me party, xi mis is none, uein than or thee3elids 'ul ocratto lucciee in 1900 is well-'0- " 9t t nlsht. ml oould 1101 mnrp wiili-thnigh certain. If it is not done, 0,,t ,y,,!B !,(?w"- - ' tr,:Ml " Z'Hn Democratic party will have "m"y PvsiHiuih, but they could itseir to blame for defeut. do nothing for me. I Inst a pound of flesh a day for seveuteVn years, h..i.w!!i It !Ui my frklll(lH Rase IiM. ip f(jr xwomy-muoiuwraiiuu neii wrote Most and began to wonder what from tho front to say that for . Ulemr Oiuno 1'tirnnts. 1 cap-ilnllMt- i, indl-vidual- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS KHTAiniHinoi) innn, TOM DILLON. St., Prop'r, lUlMWlf Sltil I It I lit l.) Marble and G.anite Monuments :3I3STG-MftP'X:' al i'-?U- , ' STOXB WORK of a II ICiudH, IKON KKNOINO.&c., &c. Hickman, Ky. J Cr IsT. II fclvtuaa, J J 3VI Keatu cfcy, $100,000.00. Solo Assent for Vulcan Chilled Plows, and Dealer in Disc Harrows, Disc Cultiva- tors, One Horse Culthators, One Horse Harrows, Buckeye Binders and Mowers, Hay Rakes, Porks, &c Call anil look at ny IinpleuienlM before buying. it. T. Tl 1,1.11, Tiia s wICKMAiT am it. t. (', A. IIOMOttllK, ). I'rf.M. H khha mm t. J0ll.M,i.. n I:m(1I.1m1mm Paid Up Capitis I SolioitM HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. M AFK. M. 850.000.00 sritfi.i'.s txi iMiMini.D iMtoiir sio.ooo. btiHlucHH. Weoflr themoHt Ijlberal 3our Aouommoiliitioiih to our Ciintomer CoiiaiMtcut with I'MnbliHhetl Bunking Principle K.T.TVhlfK. 0. A. IIOLCUMHK. ,1. NAYLOW. W II. IJAlTZICIt .1. W. COW'r.lLU Y. U. Mt'l'L'Ti'llKN, M. It SHAW. DIRBOTORS ,.M I I It IIIIC Till. wv'wgsait m 1 t 1 itu ri II iu I " T""' Mib-wiptio- n t mKtjKtsPi L',S '"". U.XGTZ'M.j&.lgMi o IC - t ' M A. JT, .K-.K.TS- WAGONS,, Xjr; K. T. 1j 1 I , 1 pr" . j . t, The BEST OFFER Ever Made by a Newspaper! j f w 'flu-( ob l.H(SK I' in KS EVKUY WKKK KOH O.M.Y lh- - (pHsOUa H."nl-k, r S X?g iXS Miul.o.ckljr IU.llttp. ""trui, M p ll M I'tiit 'iri-uh'.i- Im Ht i. tN new. in fljhi 11.50 .him on ymr i 1hI k'm-ft- l If) ltaw J.rti'wtl if i mf Ih ftft.nioii nni iH'l iUiitrr ihit .".j.ir hiuiUr bl j h.i, M ttrif ,r,i. ihiiIxI l. fr f ih lwlt.tr. ' t i,r i.i J !.(,! in af -f I I tip I br KrpHlille HUT A ,Mlsi tr mrtr f rrrjy r4 tj( pri'l Ar noi,u,irr l BH rii-- n Tli l A II. 1 l,.r Ini 1 i fell ; mir lll I). en., 4 ta c Kihi )lgsiin ihH i 'i'l wlr 'i ciintdilin wi'H iitt ml"ttl; th frk ''III-- KKMJltl.ir. M. X.miK. .IZo. iflinMfc Tb 1( : njtit! rvnuin In krk. am ,nr.t 4 Hir II hlfk'SUo iHn .w I'oiIom. ( fe ?.-,- e ' Iredferd j o 14 Scratches, Bruises, Outs, Wouutlu, Soro 1'eet am Stiff Joints, Buckleu's Arnica Salvo in tho best iu the world. Same for Burns, Skin Eruptions uud Piles. 'Xo a box. Cure guurauteed. Sold by all tlniKuists. 1 ,1.,,., I lit ,1,,, r.,, urili got no bad that in hup baud had to chop all the wood and milk the cow. I heard of jou - Oil III t Oil finally SI Ono of its & Rogers &-- WANT TO SICLL VOU SROCEEI Fxeyli Meats, Hardware, Hay, Oats, TO OLD POINT COMFORT, ANH SEASHORE, AUG. itTll. Till: The Urcutcst of All Trips. The regular Annual Kxcurdlon Ki Old Point Comfort In charueof Mr. W. A. Wil gu, 8. P. A., will be run Wednesday, Aug. 9th, via lllmoln Ctutml and the ChBpeake A Ohio Kail ways, from Fulton on regular train; )eatiriK at 1 i. 0 A M., connecting with Seashore Sjieoial. which leaves Union Station, foot of street at 1:30 P. M. The round trip to Old Point Comfort l only SI 7.60 nml the tickets are good till Aug UOth., with top-ovprivileges returning only. This trip surpasses tiny offered the traveling public Grand and beautiful acensry, invigorating mountain air, surf bathing, ocean voyage, palatial hotel nud a visit to lue Capitol il desired. Every attention nnd courtesy extended to ladies without escorts Cbulce oi routes between Richmond nnd Clifton Korite, will be given, enabling ihoso who deniiu to visit Lynchburg, Natural Ridge mid other points of Interest. bleeping cur rates will be $1.00 for bonh Louisville to Old Point, lu be occupied by one or two persons, and application for Bleeping car space should be nindu at once 1 b'ui-enter and the wonderful cures that 30U were making and determined to try you. I gaiuud over foru lho pounds the ilrm day. It was re malleable. All tho phyMcianM had tried before could not loll me what wiih the matter. You told me atonco that I had flexibility! of tho bin joint. I am now entire ly recovered, anil I owe it all to! you." I am now permanently located iu thia city, and may bo cotiHiiltud at any time. can euro anything except poverty. Ux. 1 ' Queensware, I J ran, Lime, and Cement. . PRICES WILL PLEASE YOUV n 1 ItoiiKKT Jngerhol, the groat Infidel orator, lecturer and lawyer, in aiestio" Cooklns Baaess, The Best in the World ! dead. Ol'l'lOtAL flgures show You Cannot JlHltc a MlNlalcu female arrived iu Hie United Statea during the llacal year end-eJ 10,318 male and that 195,-27- 7 Ea Buying One of tltese Raageis : Strongest Point in itfl d June 30 liiHt. CUSTOM TItAIE'J. Iloeit & Kvetnol, having bought lho Jlickmau Holler Mills' auuoimec- to the furiuuni that they (medially solioit their trade, and will do ovorythfui,' to morit their patrouogo, Givo us a ahauco to prov'o this, IlQKjf Jc - ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL! llakoB UiHcuitH iu 4 Minntes BuyliiK " MajoHtic" nioniiH 11 lifo-tlin- Llplit Hrumi In 40 MlnntcR. of Kconomieiil Cookln3 o nll uihI B:xaniiii to W. A. WiLOUb, 8. V. A., HopkiiiHvllle, ihein. You'll lluy no Oilier. ' When you go to Arkansns or Texas you can travel in comfort If you know how. Ask the ticket agent for n ticket via the COTTON HELT ROUTE and you can ride in a reclining chair car, without extra cost, and thus avoid the discomforts you would encounter In an ordinary car. The chairs aro arranged so you can have a comfortable seat during the day and a good place to sleep at night. Each car Is supplied with a ladles 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 change Direct connections arc made at Cotton licit junctions with trains for all parts of Texas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma and the far West. II vou nrr tliluklncof taking n trip, write nml tell us where ynu nre koIhk r.ml when you will lctne. unci we will tell you liow much your ticket will coat, what trnln to tnkc ho its to make the belt time nml connections, ami anything elje we enn tlmt will help tnnke your trip n comfortable one An lutercitlugllttle booklet. "A TUie TO TKXAH," will be mailed tree to nny mid reus. n. adahi, Ky. For further ptrliculars uddress as ftbpte or Cftll on agent I, Q. Hailway, Traveling l'uucuucr Agent, CAIRO, 0. w. UBnAUAin, III, Gtti'l Pflii'r (43) '" nn.1 Tt, a ,.- -BT. 1.0ms, MO. 'I II