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Figures as to Goebel's Chances Here is the rote in the last State election: Shackelford, Democrat, Bailey, Republican, Ilmdman, National, Parker, Populist, Wallace, Prohibitionist, 187,482 107,078 Local and Personal. hlmo Reeves spent Sunday in L' e Bradley, Fid- - Against of Cavco. was in tho Draining Lake. Reelfoot Final I Wind-l- p Eeiiy Monday. Injunction Granted to Stop It. 0,572 7,274 1,732 OF THIS GREAT I 'i. Money-Savin- g Sale! t,l0Jl ' '' Maud Mooro is vixitinir friends A meeting of citizens, and others infin ar Cayoe, Ky. terested, occurred at Sauibnrg, Obion -- Mr Dee Wlbwii, bf Wingo, was in . county, Saturday lost, for tho purposo ii. fp.ij .1.. ... of taking soiiio practical stops to preRtf Mr J. M. Witting hits returned vent Mr. 0. Harris aud others from J. ' Ztfgtf'M Miildcu. Mo. -- if i g- ; '38 For thrifty buyers, will occur tliii month, and to keep up great Inlereht shown we have (IiIh r'ck mndo is If. Deeper Cuts Than Ever, rE jg of Fulton, was presont some- 75 interested parties, aud an organization wits effected by electing -- Vw Lw-KiMrby is visiting her H. M. Islcr, of Hickman, chairman and -- ; mirr in urutciilleld Mr. Hcndley, of Union City Secretary. ' -- Mrs Ottollmweok visited rula lives It was declared to bo tho senso of tho 5u Fulton this week. 'gj meeting that legal stops bo taken to obir"klus of Fulton, was in tain an injunction to stop tho draiuago """"'ft, ' l,i l'rirtnF business, JZ&. -- N l!" Aluwi draining Heolfoot Lake. - Thcro vvcro aii m uy Friday. : H3JvJo,m ,)r ZZ2 iff"1" '" -- $v " s- - - For the Odds and Ends and Remnants way for our big stock of mum bo moved and trot out Kail inorcliuiidlHO which in already beginning to come in. TIiIh Ih purely n miittcf of IiuIiiuhm with us, for whllo It Ifl trui l lint wp lire losing money on goods sold at such prices, it ih Htill nrolltiiblo to iih lo convert tliem into monev instead of carry them until next year, for euecessfnl merchandizing in tlifHe days ilfintiiiilH (hut good mufti not bo carried over from season to reiiHon. ThU wc tcHl not do, and thoreforo offer them to yon, right now in tlie midst iT tho season, jiiHt when yon need tliem, at cut prices. Note theHe prices, wluch luivo been reduced from Iiihi week' cutn: '"l '')wn Davidson M0 river. hits rettirnod Claud Morris, of Maiden. Mo.. is ui.tmK relative in tho city. Mrs. if.li g mk with it fsw - Mnw Mnttio relative Travis is sooudinc a at Dresden. gZ Z Z - , Z. . -- Mini Alit Hall, of No. 0. Missouri. in the city shopping Tuesday. - Mi 0m t oats, of HeeIfoot,Teuii., i a Kneel oi Jiiss Irene Auiuorg. vMisseK Kate King and Hosio Wat- yi an- - vUitiug lriuuds at Wiu'o, Ky. - Rev Dudley Booshor and Miss Lo- )iw l'uqim initi-- in Fulton this week. Mii Lydia (Joalder and Kate. ;eiu witen incauis in i niton imsweoK. is Lawns, That wur wdu at KV, now oc Clothing .TIvi-- r? IS !i.1.r Laura IJnyvn is visiting rela- and mentis at btato ljinc tins m Tin- - Black Ground and Dark Fancy Lawns, and Linen Effects, k That hoM Department. Straw Hats, Any 1X0 (JOq ilW taxes. Head his noto of Jills istipo. City Tax Collector calling warnimr iu Is iS s at now '.'.Vs, Tic Hat at . Hat nt 2oc 59c r? ? Mi.-MasiL'ie Johnson, of Cayce. tviiitod Miwi Clara May Oarppntor last ck. In. -- Mrs. Dr Horace Luton and George Alley, of Fulton, arc visiting Mrs. Mag- - :u uanaie. Sailors, M'hs G Hmgo, of Pliuton, spent ral d.iys w ith her relative, Mrs An- I'.lllMjll. Mrs ('has. Holcombe, jr., is visit- PaAtneinls aud relatives atjunlou tity work already commenced and to further work. Mr. Sid Waddell, and other lawyers, wo learn, wero employed, about $000 subscribed by tho meeting, aud about tliu wuiio amouut obtained olsowhero. The information was given as reliablo that Mr. Harris had;, already commenced tho work of draiuago by digging a canal from Bluo Bayou to tho Mississippi river, that about 40 bauds wero at work, aud that tho canal, about miles long, could bo completed iu a few weoks. It is behoved that tho ditch or canal will drain tho lake from thrco to four feet. Tho gronmls for tho iujnuc-tiowill be these contentions : 1st. That tho lako bclougs to tho State of Tennessee, and that Harris' titlo is imperfect. ? 2nd. That, great injury to tho property of others," and physical sickuess to all tho inhabitants thereabout, will result. On Wednesday tho papers wero filed before Jiidgo Cooper, aud a temporary injunction granted to stop tho draiuago work, aud tho papers served on Mr. Han-iyesterday. It is thought that Harris will givo boud aud proceed with tho work. pre-vcn s These figures show that Shackelford, the Democratic nominee, received more rotes than tbe four opposing tickets combined. This year the gold Democrats will have no ticket, and the 0,572 votes cast for H.udmau will divldo between the other tickets. The friends of' Goebel claim that fully of the 7,274 Populist vote of 1897 will this rear vote for the Democratic nominee. The Prohibitionists will about bold their own. Will i lie nominee as many votes as Qindman man did T and, if so, will they come from those who then voted for Shnckleford, Flindman, or Parker, and in what relative proportion? Allowing that Goeboi receives tbe Sbuckleford vote, then all the others could vote solidly for the Republican noipiuee and Goebel would win by 1,276. And it is reasonable to expect that he will get some of the Hindman voto. one-hal- f auti-Goebre-cei- )p DEWEY WOULD NOT HIVE IT. lhatworoWVJ, now' to 0'fi Mens Pants. f'Sff .Vnotbexili M ..M tTrtiiTnifSOarw ThU NMiKon'ti 4' lliJ-iJASSti- mfes&izmi&smsste poodh. l'.iuts that hell usually at Jl.r.O, S5JC Cut aipiiu to Waists. Somu WVi i'iM 1'uutri iu this Sale, ami IT, nnlneel to now SL.T5 10, O'")- - Hold, visited Mrs. A. M. Perry, Satur- w clay .iuu Mimlay. r Oito Hertweck loft ou Tuesday s uigh. for Luxora, Ark., to put up a saw mill tor parties at that place. ' White iwHH WaitH. worth tl.M, JO,, OVj SUITS. Mens Suits that sold up to One lot & TK J)ig Bargains at H. Buchanan's Closing Sale. tele-plHHi- E Ladies Slippers. That M)ld up to f.'.OO, that This Kold up to 1A.OO, at Rtnisou's 9.75 htyles. at 8 1 -- 00 Hoys Suits, That were 7.r,0, at All Worst els, wero $10.00, now Remnants oi' Dress (jloods, Table Linen. SliirtinijH. Sheet , ini;H, Cruhhi'H, TowelH and CounterpaneH and Lace Nap-kiiiN- 84,98 The ollleo of the long distance has boon moved from Cowgill's drag store to Caruthers' restaurant. The ladies of tlie Kpicop.d church ico cream iu Miss Beultdi will Hoojjhor's yard uoxt TJinrsduy eve. M't-ve o ().0 Childs Suits, Sold up to at 1.00. OiirtiiuiM. nil at flTT I'ktoKS. Terms of Ihis Sole, CASH! L. P. & W. S. ELLISON. 3 ; liuuUiiuuuuuiuaiUiiiuaui'aiuuiauuaiaaauuauaial At r at (.'OST, liccaus-o Cost t WI.w- Cask Book a te. Even 3irM BONDXTRANT WILL SEHjL - Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS, STATIONERY, NOTIONS, &c Bugg dies, Bridles, Etc., lie Mrs. Juuuiu Taylor was thrown from a buggy in Union City, Monday, inand painfully, though not ncrion-dy- , jured. u , Ltst A mob in Jasper county, week made away with three Mormon riders. Tho fate of the elders is unknown. A negro recently lynched by a mob near .laekson, Miss., proves to have been an escaped lnuatiu ami not the man wanted. MKs Anico Klingor, tho popular milliuor at L. 1 & VV. S. KllLson's, is taking a month's vacation She will doubtless visit Montoagle before the end of hur vacation. Tho DeinooraticCommitteosof Fulton and Hickman conuties will hold a meeting next Tuesday, 6th in.st., to how lo nominato a candidate for i lie Legislature. Anot her barbecue is announced for No. 8 Island next Wednesday, Oth inst Tho ono advcrtisod at that place for July 2'Jnd was pKtpoued on account of tho death of Mrs. Hoyer. Mrs. Kale t'hase Sprague. daughter of tho late balmon P. Chae andonoof tho uuwt brilliant women ever knowu in Washington, died at her .suburban homo nour there Monday. Ten thousand men were thrown out of work at Chicago last week by the htrino of tho brick makers, and work was necessarily stopped on two bund red buildings m course of erection. do--id- e Call anil see our Stock. thing tip to date. desires to close out all j,'0'l t,lis ,"ie Maky lii:m:.Nir.s it Co. See Buchanan's Cost, prices on Duck and BilBAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ACCENT. Bntnto of all klndK; f Speola allention bivpii to the hiMIIiik mntn- line ol tlie tit'Hi iiiiu mom iimiiiimh and represent a full tnat "Uiu uuiiwiiio" I..., .I.I.I.I llllMlllUMN II Mil! OlIIIH. anil ft that Iiun already KN B "lT IilKH INSUUANOK MT,Tvi 10t),0(m Life Ii.Burance ... Illckma.i and vlciniimIcI out liircolv over . T- - Straw llats. Miss Mary Anderson, who was ihrown from a buggy whilst driving with Mr. A I Fans, and for a time thought to bo seriously injured, is improving nicely and will soon bo well &. 1, Baftlett, 1IKALK.II IN (Sueomiior to Win. Dlestellirink, Fancy Groceries Provisions, B1QKMAN, a i n.i lunoutial. , tgaiu. Henry Mcfiivgor, employed at the Huumaii Handle Factory, had lus wrist iuinrcd Wednesday by some falling tin. lt wus 1jn,t tj,0Ujji,t an artery bad been i ut, but upon examination by Dr. Curtyi the hurt was found to bo incouse- - m. fThoMethodi.st Sunday School en- KEN'VUGh V. ' jjjywl n mtht d jghlflll ontl1K aU(1 ,)ic. ' FHKB DKLIVHKY. the clieapeet and boat policy of any reKnlar v Bollolia Telephono Storu No, 01 ' ' ." . 'f. nmnnanv iliiii.e bunhieBH iii tl.ls country, Ho Idenoo, No. 1)0. yoor patronage OhII im eou lilin. L o t&- vri ; J ido ou...No. .tt Island, Mo., opposPe Hick- .... l lwaii, Tuesday. Tliu spread ot uanners, nags, ami napm laceu uiiiioruii, uiuuu-IiCB-- ! ed a delightful view to frignds from tho Kentucky sulo. rbe committee having in charge the project of buying a homo for Dewey has scored a degree of BucceBs which reads very muoh like failure. It has bo far raised only 313,148 of tbe $100,000 originally proposed for the purpose. This unusually poor showing moves the Baltimore Herald to advise tbe gentlemen who have direction In tbe matter to send tbe money KENTUCKY l'Ol'ULISTS. back to the donors. tho John (1. Blair Koiainatcd There can be bat little, doabt, . MH WIH h a KA L.. IT. sHY.n werer actuated by what they beThe Populist State Convention lieved to be an inspiration of pamot at Fraukfort Inst week and triotism aud thai their proceeding uotninuted n full ticket. John G. Is warranted by precedent. , In Dewey's the Blair, of Nicholas county, wbb movement to case, however, was bay him a home nominated for Governor by ac- inaugurated without consulting clamation. The Dlatform adopted his opinion in tbe matter, and as Indorses Whartou Barkor of Penn- soon as be heard about It be very sylvania, for Prosident, and Igna- promptly oabled his disapproval, saying that the American people tius Donnelly, of Minnesota, for bad done enough for him in affordViae Prosidont. It reaffirms tbo ing him an opportunity of fighting former Populist national platform for the glory of bis country and and declares iu favor of Govern- the extension of Its institutions, ment ownership of railroads. It but that if the movement to give condouius the Goeboi State elec- him a comfortable home should tion law as an attempt to disfran- take tbe shape of a homo for the chise the voters of tho State, and invalided and aged sailors of the Boys further,' ,lVo rocrot to say American navy ho would heartily that Hon. William J, Bryan, for favor the project. whom the Populists of Kontucky The Sentiment of the South. voted in 1S9G for President of tbo inUnited States, by his public A late Washington dispatch to dorsement of the ticket nominatthe New York Times says that ed at Louisville aud tbo platform Hoke Smith was intertliero adopted, assumes the responsibility of indorsing the crim- viewed ou the subject of the caminal attempts of corrupt oletuonts paign in tho Philippines and said: of Kontucky politics to subvert "Nino-tenthof the people in tbo ballot." our section are opposed to conTho following compose tbo bal- tinuing the war. Tbe sentiment ance of the ticket: all over the South, I believe, is W. R. Brow-do- overwhelmingly against trying to Lieut. Govornor retain the islands. The Filipinos of Logan county. Samuel Graham, of are fighting for liberjy in tbe same Auditor way that we did a hundred years Marshall county. Bon. O. ago, and tho American people are Socrotary of State already sick and tired of the terKeys, of Calloway county. A. II. Cardin. of rible slaughter going on there." Treaeurer Crittenden county. FoiTsEXAToil LINDSAY. Attorney Gonoral Jno. T. Ba- HONOR shaw, of Louisville. Hon. William Lindsay, of KenCommissioner of Agriculture tucky, member of the U. S. Sep V. J Ilaiinn, of Mercer county. nte, has had another honor conSupt. of Public Instrnotiou 0. Soutborland, of Anderson ferred upon him. He has been John county. selected, and has ucoepted an inRailroad Commissioners First vitation, to deliver tbe principal district, R. II. MuMullm, of address at tho next meeting of the county; Second district, John II. Rood, of Spencer county; American Bar Association. Third district. V. G. Patrick, of The Association, composed of Bstill county. the greatest and most noted lawdust before tbo adjournment of yers of thu.world. meets at Buffatho convention, delegate Bridge-ford- , lo, N. Y.. on tbo 20th lust. Senaof Franklin, aroso and tor Lindsay will deliver the adthat, ns tliero would be dress on the first day ot tbo meeteeveral L'opulists in tho next Leg ing. islature, ho thought tbo honor of (July a few other lawyers in the indorsement for United States world has been granted thiB disSenator should bo conferrod on tinction. Tho chief speaker of .Itidae G. W. Roovos. of Ballard the last meeting of the Associacounty. This was done by a rising tion was the- Lord Chief Justice vote. of Buglaud. Tho faut thai Senator Lindsay was selected this year Tin: meeting of tho dissatisfied for this great position or honor, anti Goebel Democrats at Lexing- is not only u compliment to one brainiest ton yosterdaVi was only a confer- of the most talented and Ih American statesmen but a lurge ence, and a convention will moot sixed feather In Kentucky's cap, later on, about Aug. 30th, and the State which produces the best then no doubt John Young Brown statesmen and lawyers the' word, ' luis oyer kuowu( rill bo uomiiiutod. W 7 iT s r, Brook-Inridg- o d - . tU-- . uLl ' niiltratSff-gwrww- " L. rsWx:2x: .A Wsr: r- - The Hickman Courier A BAD OKOUCti WAItllE.V, Publisher. WRECK I HE PEOPLE ARE FLEEING. Tfie fr.igr.tnce of life Is vigor and i Atianta, (3a.. Aug. 1. Gov. Candtuntcn j ler .Monday night Issued an appeal to t strtngtn, neither of blood is can bejound I impure, and (n a person tvhose of feverish excitement since tho dis- (Icn. Ailloe In l'aror of Itcclisrlnsr Martial the people of Georgia to join hands i whose ever) breath speaks of internal I 0l Frrlcht Train on lh Kant Hounil Track covery of yellow fever at the Soldiers' Law In III City Ho Think. That aud put an end to mob violence in tho i troubles, flood's Sarsaparltla purifies i 1 AUGUST J 89?. Wonlil I'tit an Knil to tlia home. Scores of people took advanWi Wrecked by a I.nnlsllle. nail the blood and makes the weak strong. state. The governor believes t iat the Trouble CfTrrtually. Knglnx ami Car Were. Thrown tage of tho first opportunity to leave only way to restoro a condition oi Mon. Tub. Wed. Thur.l Frl. Across the West Track. Sat the place. peace nnd tranquility and to bring an Ci.kvei.anu, O., July 31. Notwith1 Sunday night a special train left Old standing tho fact end to lawlessness that has been manithat big crowds were J Poivr Jkkvih, N. Y., July 31. The Point with fully 300 of tho guests of upon the streetH Sunday, fested in different parts of the state there were accidents ou the Erie railroad growing the hotels. no outbreaks of violence and apparent- is for tho people to uphold tho courts, iiaiattiiHHiataHwiMHManwtnflnHititntii Business in tho town of 1'lncbus, ad- ly little attention was out of the landslide a mile cast of paid to the Big aid them in bringing to speedy justlc A"ilOT COLD UANQUEtT" Lackawaxeu, Pa,, were not as serious joining the soldiers' home, is suspend- Consolidated cars, which ran on all all criminals, aud by tho strong us first reported. Only tho fireman ed. It is difficult to obtain informalines on schedule time. On the South force of a vlrllo public sentiment, Veme Imldr Infurnintliin h) n Wnllei- and engineer of the derailed engine of tion from tho home. Tho entrnm-Sido and out Broadway to Ncwburg bring punishment to the lawbreakers 24 25 froin the llimrr)- Who llrlpril and, in fact, all points from which es- the cars were run the west bound Chicago express, which practically empty, of all kinds. Smr It, turned over on the track, were killed, cape is possible, arc earefully guarded. but the East Side lines, especially Then tho governor tells of tho reII. w though a number of passengers on the Late Monday afternoon u One of the waittts at 6 popular local those running to the parks, were well proaches heaped upon tho stato by the rt. guard of 15 Hamptonlans with, Win- patronized, express, the vestibulo passenger train Horn the Bow-ithough they carried fewer repeated outbreaks and says: "The tsuiant is nn bud of asKai;ethe small armyt y and n member of for Buffalo and Clereland, which left chester ritles went to tho homo to as- passengers by far than usual ou fait purity of the fair mothers nnd daugh- thut Mtud the famous "Duil.ir Dinner" la New York at 7 o'clock Saturday, were sist in enforcing tho quarantine regu- Mindnys. ters of Georgia must and shall bo pre- New Yoik last April. A Rood many sturiti CURRENT TOPICS. lime lieti told ol Chesapeake & Ohio train lations. injured. Ailjt. lien. A.xliue, speaking of the served, and at the same time tho lives but none of them that iiuinofa.le cvtiil, ur his e Oklahoma has a wheal The wreck, which occurred shortly have discontinued their service to the fear of tho people to ride on tho cars and liberties of all of the law abiding of pirturpMticu'ss And limule uii in point dctnil. "It farm. was the funiiiot mh was cer in in me midnight Saturday was pre- city. Negroes iu Georgia must and shall be before Iiiki.axd spends 525,000,000 a year on ceded by a cloudburst and storm which Newpokt Newh, Va., Aug. 1. Aftoi iu certain sections of the city at night, protected. Arson and burglary aud as- life.' he w), lonliiliiiitially. 'The kitchen said Sunday night: suu o small they Intd to cook rwrythiOK whisk j. lasted two hours. A section of the a day of intense excitement over the "This state of affairs is likely to sassination and robbery and rape must on the outside, and when it itot there it was Qukk.v Maiii,heiuta has a 30,000 bank fell on the east bound track di- yellow fever outbreak nt tho National continue for several week or months bo stopped, and at tho same time lynch dead cold The second euuuc w haddoek, handkerchief. and rath fish eomr served in a hum n(, rectly iu front of the freight train. soldiers homo Newport, rested Monday unless a settlement is renched. The law must stop. The good of both so we put 'rm iu lulis of hot water Is Fiance there is one saloon for rocks with a feeling of comparative securi- only way to put a stop to it is races aud the fair name of the statu Mid waim 'em Several trees went down with the Well, some of the every SO adults. bo)s ipit rattled and tervrd "era ban and EuitornAX railroads have itmokinjr sud earth and the freight cars and en- ty. Tho city otllccrs ami the various to declare martial law. That will demand this. all, with tgK mure over th' oulside. Say, "The ordinary processes of tho law you d of died latittiui: seem ihem fellers gine were turned over directly across municipal bodies have been busy since require 4.000 or 5,000 soldiers, and cars for women. Tub reo ipts of Suez canal in 1S9? the west bound tiacks of the Eric road. eary Mondny morning and it is 'felt very street will bo patrolled. Every- aro amply sufficient to punish all trjiti to rarve their (uh. "i'lui is the ttnnth-ta- t In me life,' were S17,5S1,200. Sixty freight cars constituted the now that no loophole has been left body will bo required to remain crime. Our Judges aro pure and in sajs mii.l haddrnk irr tackled brad Uldr; one Tamm.iny man at the A Mains woman living near Itelfast a skin like a rhuiorerii,' corruptible. Our Juries arc composed 22 were derailed and which the scourge may II nil its way to it pot train, but only nftcr a certain hour and all who s.is hr. is the happy possessor of 15 coon cats. the debris was piled up on the west tills city. The latest report from tho in the Mtclivn tlirre waa a not all ntcsit nre oat after that time without a per- of our most intelligent, upright men, JtitiR It was so sma'l the waiters vouldii't Bavama, with a population of ho seldom make mistakes. The mob bound tracks just as the Chicago ex- soldiers home gives the total number the dishers up thrj got spends SS4.b00,O0O a ytar ou press put in an appearance, running of cases as 33, an increase of threo dur- mit will be arrested. But martial law often makes mistakes, "and the inno- reach fur front places mid the hue to man One in would put an cud to the trouble efbeer. Mai still with a lurkry, ing the day. cent nro made to suffer with the guilty, they knockedhim up I thought lie and when at the rate of 50 miles an hour. fectually." pirknl Dough is the latest adulterant oJ was dni.l. There was one death Monday afterdid, on The engine of the express train Tho only exciting incident on the It never knows where to stop, but, 1 as only the letel But it wasn't blood. It coffee, molded in the shape of coifs n rranberry sauce Another Uunki-crashed into the wreck and the bag noon. Tho universal hope now is that South Side was the hold up of an Ice after punishing the guilty, drunk fell lulu the salad ami beans. one of the cwik jmt gage car, combination and buffet car the disease will be confined within tht cream wagon by a crowd of soldiers with the blood of ono victim, it thirsts a can of ice cream in the oven, thitiking it A lahgk orphan asylum in SkPeters-burwas brown gravy for the beef and two Pullman sleepers were piled limits, and the authorities at tho in- who took from it a four gallon freezer for tho blood of another and often sacis supported by the tax on playiThat's en the suarc--ju- t But tdhn' ng1 cards. up on the tracks immediately in front stitution express confidence that this full of cream. Thry offered moncv rifices on the altar of vengcanco worst of all was as I'm we ratue oul the the when to wine. Ax American syndicate has bought of the wrecked cars. The first sleeper will bo done. The town of Hampton, for tho cream those who are guiltless of any crime. It was Mrncan chstuwiKne its half pints, but the driver of the Mexican volcano Popocatepetl for was split into two parts as a result of which U in close proximity to tho nob the without ire, and of all the kicking and hub "Wo must away with the mob. W wagon refused to accept it, saying lie bring' One grnt told me 6500,000 in gold. the the accident and tho passengers were diers home, early Monday morning the law. We must only thing he fresh had that night it w was could not sell iu Thu soldiers says must had that New York trades unions have started '.brown 30 feet down a bank. Fire at a cordon of police- they ordered the cream several days restore the altar of reason aud tear good and warm, and he had hardly said it n movement for the formation of a w m w'a,lrr at the httle jaggid acapproaches to ago and the dealer promised to deliv- down thd altar that passion has erectonce broke out and four cars of the ex- men new labor party. about reservation. Notwithstanding, er U but it did not come, probably be- ed. Wc must do this In the interest cidentally jHiurrd luck of ahisquart of . Unliti' of the freight the rvllfe down the n n.rlWhex first known to the Romans press train and nine this ought of heard him rusa! Between you precaution Newport News cause of the boycott. rilk was so dear that it was sold weight cars were burned. When ths sol- of the white men of Georgia anil In tho me, a good many waiters got to hitting ami llaggagcma&ter Becker, who found quarantined against Hampton aud Eliz- diers saw one of tho company's wagons Interest of tho Ncgroea of Georgia nnd wine, and tbey found one of 'em with the for weight with gold. 15 Gen. Ludlow is endeavoring to find himself under the baggago car door. abeth City and county and Warrick they stopped It and took tho cream for the fair namo of Georgia, and to empty bottles in his pants ley'. That's honest. I saw it tu.r!f It was the hottest bancounty. Thus this city, which is nearprotect tho virtue of the women of ftn effective means of checking public recovered consciousness only to disoffered to pay for it. quet I was rv.r at"N. O. gambling in Havana. cover that he was all alone in that ly ten miles from the infected point, The people In the neighborhood Georgia. promoter of the Texas cattle part of the wrecked passenger cars, has the advantage of practically a looked The "Ljnch law does not stop at arson, upon this as a great outrage, HE WAS REJECTED. syndicate says the organization will lie managed to crawl from his position double quarantine on land. A tug but tiiu soldiers only laughed and nor murder, nor robbery, nor rape. be effected by September 1. This requires tho strong jKiwer of the only to find a blaze starting in front boat patrols the river to prevent tho treated it as a huge joke. Business Hoi He Murk to III Job and hr is The wool en the back of a sheep is a evasion of quarantine restrictions by Agent of tho union of the Big statute law sustained by a healthy, l.ncliy llli Won the Coveted shepherd's barometer. The curlier tho of him, while half of the cars wern means of boats. Th.i .1. ........ .... ...... Kv duu somehow braced up immediately over . .... .-, ..ii. wool the finer will be the weather, v.. .IUU, iiUCUi a llH. vigorous public sentiment. I'rlse. nthnrn I. nnr,l..l 1.. 1.. i . -"I would appeal," continued Got. c nK.nt Sunday in renly ' , ," In Madagascar silk is the only fabrio him. He called xor assistance butthcte " to tho Intltna ui special policemen, ino street rail tion that there was a breach used in the manufacture of clothing. was no response. 'It was such a rood lake nn me." itl.t tk. between cannier, "to an olllcers of the state, Then he saw the passengers who had way company was prohibited Monday the strikers and the employes of the civil and military, urging them to re- girl in the gruy elvet toque to the girl In It is cheaper than linen in Ireland, the blue vehtt shuldtr cape, as thry embank- morning from running cars between Little Consolidated. The princess of Wales, although al- been hurled down the Tho latter have member that the dignity and the fair stirrnl their hoi rheevUir, "that must tel ways well dressed, has been known tc ment endeavoring to extricate them- Hampton and this city. organized a separate union, and have name of Georgia are in their keeping. you "You know- how Jahn has been Although hundreds of people left tho have a favorite costume altered several selves from the debris and make thcli decided not to take part In a sympathy I would appeal to them to remember le me at regular intervals etrr him tqk4ii. he times for further wear. city Monday on account of the scare they aro the guardians of tho out of kwckeilwrkers. Well, he did it was that way up the bank. All were clad only strike. asin DuniN-- 20 days in July 41 inches of the other nsght. hi usual facility, in their they were their departure is regardcvlth nWA t, ,hotM ,, are joined pence nnd happiness of tho people of cliBse an m.sotiami, withwas very cress. when I rain fell at Manila. The average rain- bhivcrlngnight clothing and Some were ferenco and amuscmentTratl.cr thai!,,,. tho state. It is their duty to apprewith the cold. unl$rand ho ays ,n ,,,, statement "lit Jul it a little more awkwardly tlwn fall for the entire month for teveral bleeding and moaning, but all were ia a juuiciuus precaution, oy tne great that tho motive which prompted the hend nnd bring to justice all who vio- usual, loo. deliberately choosing the years past is HJ inches. method of ofierlng me 'his had majority who stay at home. The city orgauizatiou of the separata I'iiesipext Kiiuokh, like other men, dazed. union was late the law, whether It be the Negro and hcatt ' " who commits rape or the white mnii of the train crews com- council Monday night appropriated not pure. Members Here she iMtisvd to drink some rboeulate, has his weakness. It is for green carHe accuses certain of the the pet slippers, which he dons the minute menced to search different portions of WO.O0O for immediate use in maintain- Little Consolidated employes of trying who kills him for the crime. The ami mm gul in blue asked brtsithlessl) what she he crosses his own threshold. the wreck and assisted those who we re ing the quarantine. to head oil a strike on those lines, and grand jurle must realize that it is as "Ob1' remarks! the other, in the tone of Subjects of foreign governments struggling to escape. he intimates that it would be unwise much their duty to ferret out and re- one teUtiug an event of ixi "I told him that Mieved I was alteaiiy proAFTER PRIZE MONEY. have been made ineligible to practice Blankets were brought in from the to divide the funds and energies of the turn true bills against members of tiio vided with the full iiisota ef bodily orcas., in the courts in the Philippines. Law- Pullman cars and wrapped around mob who lynch a murderer as It is to ami that I wouldn't detnrt him " two unions AUm. yers must be residents or Americans. "And what didhenn" return a true bill against the murderer shivering women and hulf conscious Itr. Spanish.Smnoii lies Suit I.lliclliic lh Vtitr Vessel Mnrln Teres unit "We.!. Huge snakes from 12 to U feet long, men. thai' the funny thing. He TRIPARTITE COMMISSION. himself." tu bra.e up, and stud, rwlitely. that MUcelUnroiis Mores. are domestic pets in the residences of at siiv rale there wa no doubt about my Word was telegraphed to Port Jcr-viManila. They are petted for their Their Onirlnl Keport oil the Samoan (juri. POLICEMAN PLEADS GUILTY. having to) full share of rheek! And I was A relief train was at once arWasiiinoton, Aug. l.Itr. Adm. Win. so driuthted lo find a man ea (sable of skill in catching and devouring rats. lion Said to Iteon the Way to Their He Mole a (inlil iilrli. Chain anil 1 wo inat much repartee nn being rvxeted ee The queen of tho Belgians is well ranged for nnd Dr. Cuddchack, Dr. T. Sampson has filed a suit in tho su that lEc.prctltu (internment. I accepted him."- CmHnnsli Kmpilrvr. Chnrm 1'rnin the lleail llodjr of l'ret- known for her charity and for the Swartout, Dr. Johnson and several promo court of the district, libeling ilent l.rorci- It. Ithoaila, Vi.rk. San FiiA:t Cisco, July 81. The Call amount of good she docs, especially in trained nurses returned for the pur- the Spanish vessel of war, Mane Corrupt. the neighborhood of Spa, where she pose of caring for those needing im- Teresa, and miscellaneous stores ami publishes the report of tripartite comNew Yoiik. Aug. 1. Policeman Bigft Tire corruption aiming public offitpends most of her time. mediate assistance. The relief train supplies captured upon her and other mission sent to Samoa, making various Thomas F. O'llrion Monday pload guil- cials is shameful. IWst- b- I should I bad to tip v Amkiiicax women have marveled that soon reached the scene of the accident Spanish war vessels. In his bill he recommendations regarding the new ty of grand larceny in the second de- custom hou.i' i,.j..ir,rs. dollars Jus; th fl7f to Prince Herbert Bismarck has refused and nearly all of the injured persona says few- diamonds in without (I'Brlen was charged with hnv-ln-g brum ho brings the suit in his own form of government decided upon by cree. inning that to allow the ladies of Hamburg to lay were removed to the hospital. duty.-- N. V. .lourtial. island-?rs- . behalf, and also in behalf of all officers them as most suitable for tho stolen a gold watoh, a chain and two a wreath of silver leaves, costing These resolutions aro bnsod upon charms from tne body of George B. Several thieves from Fort Jervis nnd enlisted men of the United States on his father's grave. One thing people can't understand, and those The average speed of a carrier pig- who, it is supposed, reached the scene navy who served with the' United tho best features of tho Berlin treaty, IthondK, president of the Stuyvesant that ijhnw- (slube they hate dn so well in life Atchison eon in calm weather is 1,200 yards a of the wreck on the relief trai n, ran States naval force and took part iu the and included tho main features of the Fire Insurance company, who was run minute. With a strong wind in the di- sacked the clothes of the passengers naval engagement off Santiago on July proposed treaty, as amended and modi- over and killed by an Eighth avenue liven the ipuet waiter i frequently called fied by tho commissioners. The official electric car ou June 10. rection of flight somu pigeons have during tho period of excitement. 8, 1S0S, and in captures made subse to oidtr Chicago Daily News. covered 1.9C0 yards a minute. F. View, a millinery decorator of quent thereto. report of the commissioners and the O'Brien accompanied tho body iu tho Hut a very short time ago a Sicilian New York, lost clothing containing Adm. Sampson says that tho licet draft of the proposed amended treaty ambulance to a hostiitnl and relative advocate was found guilty of 03 differ- 8300 in bills and a gold watch. F. S. of the aro said to be now on the way to the of Rhoads subsequently discovered tho ent acts of fraud. For his industry Gllpatrlck, of Denver, lost S100, a gold under his United States was acting respective governments. robbery. Tho chain and chnrm were Immediate command, as comMrs. Col. Richardson and enthusiasm in the cause of dishon- watch, a diamond pin and a diamond Among other things tho report says: returned to the relatives nnd it was mander in chief; that Commodore esty he was sentenced to ISO years' imSAVED DY MRS. PINKHAM. The chief evilB may Le, In our opin- discovered that It was O'Brien who had On tho way to the hospital he stud. S. Schley was the commanding ofprisonment. given them back. It is curious to note that wood tar noticed a man wearing his trousers. ficer of a division of the licet under his ion, grouped under four heads: (LtmS TO kISI. MNKIIAM NO. l& 1. Those which appear to inevitably A pawn ticket for tho watch was is prepared just as it was in the fourth They went through the pockets to- order and CapU French E. Chadwick "You have Fnvid my life, snatched century B. C. A bank is chosen and a gether and found the money gone. The was licet coptain or chief of stair. He attend the election of a king in Samoa found on O'Brien. The maximum sennic from thu brink of thu grave almost, hole dug, into which the wood is plac- man said that tho 'trousers had been recites the capture of the Spanish ves- nnd his subsequent efforts to exert his tence Is five years. mill wish to thank you. About eighed, covered with turf. A fire is lighted given him by one of the trainmen, but sels and says that the authority. captured propBALTIMORE teen mon t lis ngo I wns n total wreck, QUARANTINES. underneath and the tor slowly diipa claimed that the money and valuables erty has been or will be surveyed, ap2. Those which are due to the rivalry I hnd been troubled with physically. into the barrels placed to receive it. reof foreign nationalities between them- No I must have been abstratcd before he praised and inventoried, adding: louts Thnt Touch al Hampton, .Nw. lcucorrhu'ii forsome time, but had given One of the curiosities of the bank of ceived the present of the garment. "This will show that the Teresa uas selves and to their position to take port Nrw. or (Hit Point Comfort hardly any nttcntlon to tho trouble. England is to be seen in the printiug After several hours' search the bodies worth 8700, 000 over and above the cost sides in tho native politicsnnd thus InHe Allow-eiroom. A man sits at a desk, and every lo l.ailil. "At last Inllamitmtloti of tho womb crease the importnnco and bitterness three seconds a machine delivers to of Engineer Outwatcr and Fireman of recovery." nnd ovaries resulted nnd then I BufIUltimoiii; Aug. 1. Dr. C, Hnmpsou fered ugoulcs, laid to give up my proHe asks a rule upon the secretary of of the disputes which arise. him two complete notes. If Sells were found under the wrecked 3. A third class oi evils have thelt Jones, iicaltn commissioner of this he sets there six hours he receives over train. Beth bodies had been burned the navy to show cause why the value fession (musician and piano player), 70,000. and in 300 days over 20.000,000. to tho waist Tho men wer identified of the captured property shown, or origin in the fact that for many year city, announced Monday night that a was confined to my bed and life becamo It is stated, in support of vaccina- by their watches. which may be shown, by tho survey there has been no law or government rigid quarantine has been deolnrcd n terrible crois. My husband sumtion, that in Austria, prior to vaccinaappraisal and inventory should not be In Samoa other than native custom against the towns of Newport News, moned the best physicians, but their Dr. Tittniags IIL tion becoming general, out of every outsldo tho limits of tho municipality. Hampton and Old l'olnt Comfort, Va., benefit was but toinKrnry nt best. I deposited with treasurer 1,000.000 inhabitants 3S.5U died of tho Franklin, O., July 31. Dr. T. DJ tant treasurer the the United or assis- Murder nnd other serious crimes have on account of the prevalence of yellow believe I should huvo contracted tho of States, smallpox within a period of 30 years; a Witt Tallraagc, it is announced, is unpunished when committed fever In that vicinity and that It would morphine habit under their care, if iny h figure reduced to namely, no longer able to stand the great subject to tho order of the court in rmalncd common sense hnd not Intervened. by persons of rank, and the supreme bo rigidly maintained. tl, in the corresponding time after strain of his work. At tho last mo- this cause. " Ono tiny my husband noticed the No boats touching at either point Incourt and tho nominal government at the general adoption of vaccination. of your remedies and imColored Odd l'ellotvn Alert. ment ho has canceled all of his cluded in the order will bo allowed to Mulinuu have been equally powerless Euuopean railroads have smoking Dayton. O., Aug. 1. Tho national to Chautauqua dates for tho summer land passengers from those places, nor mediately bought mo n full trlnl. Soon any force. compartments for men and women's exert thu puin in my ovaries wus gono. I nin compartments. They have now to deal on tho advice of his physician. meeting of Grand United Oddfellow 4. Tho insufficient enforcement of win persons coming hero by train from now well, strong nnd robust, walk, with wpmen passengers who insist on Dr. Talmago was to have opened his began hero Tuesday. Several thousand tho customs regulations has allowed tho quarantined towns be permitted to smoking and will not go into the men's season at tho Miami Valley Chautau- aro expected. Tho parade Thursday unscrupulous traders to distribute enter this city. Dr. Jones docs not rido n wheel, nnd feel like n girl in her teens. I would not Ih without Lydia compartment. Belgium, where the qua at this place Sunday, llcv, Madi- will eclipse anything ever attempted K. I'inlchnm's Vegetable Compound; numbers of arms nmong a native fear that yellow fever will reach it first cases have arisen, now puts up son Peters, tho pastor of tho People's by colored people In Ohio. Noted mem- largo or become epldcnlle in any ease. is like water of life to inc. I am very population rent by political factions tne sign, "Smoking ioroldden," on all church at New York city, has been se bers of the order and all the uniformed and ready to fight both one another but he deems "an ounce of prevention'' gratefully tintl blnrercly your women's compartments. ranks will be here. cured to fill the vacancy. a good tiling at this time. nnd I hcurllly recommend your and Europeans. PvitOTECHNic birds aro made in Nag. remedies. I hope sumo poor creature nsaki, Japan. When a light is applied The Thirtieth Deuth. Secretary Lone Leaves Washington. Hero of Tito t nra lleml. Aeeil C'oupln Killed lijr Lightning. may he helped to health by reading my to them they sail through tho air, flutNoititisTow.v, Pa., Aug. 1. Benjamin Washington, July 31. Secretary St. Louih, Nabiivii.lb, Tenn., July tering' their wings and performing Long expects to leave tho city Monday Z. Aldcrfer, of Ledcrachvllle, who was McConnell and his wife, 31. H. II. son A. dole, July .'II. Brig. (Jen. Nel- story." Mug. Coi. K. 1 IticUAiiosos, a hero of two wars, tiled IUii.viXANiinn, Wis. ar aged other bird-likantics. injured in the The late Robert Bonner did not show for a vacation of some weeks in New Heading railroad Exeter wreck on tht couple, were killed by lightning at at his homo iu this city Monday after lOOOi ol UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIALS SAY on May 12 died of hit .heli home, near Cottage Grove, Henry a lingering illness. Ho went into tho Assistant Secretary Allen bis years at the time of his death. His England. will have charge of affairs during Sec- injuries Monday night, making the county. Both hnd their clothing civil war a captain of tho Missouri vohair was hardly tinged with gray; hi!E"JsLHEsi 30th death. Ills cheeks were pink and his eye clear. retary Long's absence. lunteers and camo out n colonel. urncd off. He was frequently mistaken for bis Mr. ItootTakei Control of III Olllce. The Alter Iteturn to Washington. Von lie I'cople's Christian Colon. Vfere Hurled Tngetnor. fcOU. iiiiriiinu, Hmir, "" Washington, July 31. Secretary Wasiiinoton, Aug. 1. Mr. Root has riTTMiimuii, IU, Aug. 1. Delegates Hruluuiiilhkln "'!" Si'ni.vonKMi, 0 July si. The twlc llltvates. '"'"''. Hall such Don Climaco Caldekon the new Concalil l'ia.1. Chilblains. Piles. Il'irni, llibr Alger nnd Mrs. Alger returned to notified Secretary Alger that he will hildrcn of James Orlst, ngod seven to tho tenth anniversary convention lombian minister at Washington, is of Jiu'iiiirs. lUnilrurr llchlnu Hcnlii; Ku ihig Iialr about 10, and of fine and Washington Sunday afternoon. The bo in Washington and ready to assume lionths, died of summer ccinplaint, tho Young People's Christian Union of ami, .All am tiruiitlnns (iiriKluclima Soft Clear. H.'i'L'.'.'i1 It pleasant address. He speaks English secretary will formally relinquish con- control of tho war department at 11 within a few hours of each other. the United Prisbyterlan church, which ."'' "j'liliur.Caiitbarlrti-- or unrthliiK Injurious. lM,i' cnasers makiiSSt fluently, having long been consul ; in- trol of tho war department to his sue-- o'clock Tuesday. Ger. Alger left at They were burl'id Sundtiy even, ng is is to meet in Duqucsno tiurdsn DruKKlnts or ma II rtllc. this toHUiidtr.nr tra! in New York. sccssor. . Mr. bliou Uoot rill take bold 11:45 for Michigan. iu weeh, have bigun to arrive in tho city. Waiiufnr IC1.11, Co. N. Y. A.lilrn. T. Illl'l! thr. came coffin- MA.NNt Ati., OI.KN illUUJE, . J. UICOIAN. . KENTUCKY I'asseiipcr Train Runs Into a Wrecked Freight on tho Erie Uoad. Many Are Leaving Hampton anil Newport News ou Account of Yellow Peter Three Xewt'Bin ist tho lloiur. 0 OUTBREAKS. Irs Wore Kiiniiltig on Schedule Thuo iu Clovcluml Huiuluy. MOB VIOLENCE IN GEORGIA. do v. CaniHer Issues an Appeal to I he 1'eo-- i i pie of the Mate) Asks 1?im to I Uphold lht Courts. amiaiamintiiaiaiaiiaiiMiMiaiaiiimiaiiiais 'Actions of the Just Smell Sweet YS4a.Aa.A4.xA I ly Hahiton, Va., Aug. 1. This usual- tranquil town has been in n state LAi. I 3&CCL6 SaUafmiffa iZ.Jf.ili 26$ V - tiFti 2S2930 Pt-fTTTTf- 5,000-nor- 1 u.-ht- ? 1 ra scrap-pui- s' g "' - Times-Dctuo-cra- -- ' ll. rv..ii,i,.i -.- ot - a Vnttu 1 1 , Ik-l- . l s. - - Mf .1 - S3,-50- 0, - Win-fiel- d 1 l five-poun- d one-tent- Haiti-mor- e, well-wishe- r, e i app'-arnnc- I .'') s I M 4 4' S3 T OBIGINAL The AlicHor INiIrti ( DUST. Iurrsoll In a SEVEN I AMERICANS KILLED. nrtlin- - I'isrtlruUrs ol tlm Unttle of Of UmliA r 11111I117 Ilin llrtvi-rof the HIS PREDICTION. IREE MET WATERY GRAVES Jlfiiiirlf ill Urn. Ou One Kids of ihn I Mltnbrt (1. Ingranl" "TUI. Urn llulil. tlt. Diulltlm llrari, the Memory." Nkw Yoiik, N. Y iwier il Urn U Inseribed on ui other, died ut Iiik lioiut' in Dob'u Terry, Friday ,ificruoh, of apoplexy. Ni:w Yoiik ..'u'.y ST. The funeral of tlio Into Kobert . Ingersoll took place Tuend.iy ufurnnon from Dobbs where lie died on Friday last. No clergyman was present to t tho services; there was no mutlo .ami there were no pallbearers. Tha body lay on a cot In the room where ho died, it was enshrouded In white and Just one red rose placed on the breast. About the cot were banks of floral tribute hunt by friend, wreaths and bunches of blossoms. The services wore held at o'clock Mrs. Ingersoll sat beside her dead and bchldo her were her daughters, "Mrs. WuUtou and llrown and Miss Maude liiycrvoll. They were wry much agitated and wept almost continuously. Mr. and Mr. C 1. Karrell were prev enl and Charles Hrosdway House, Col. ltigcrsoll's o.dost friend, occupied a chair by the sldu of the bier. There were Mime 10 olUsrs present, aud they remained ntnndiiig throughout. The Intense silence wns then broken by Dr. John Clark Itulpath, who In a voice full of emotion haid: "My friends, It Is a very sad duty to read in the presence of the dead tha lat iocm written by Col. Kobert O. Ingersoll, entitled, "Declaration of the, Free." Thl poem Col. Ingersoll had read anil altered in some of its parts only a few hours before he was stricken down. Ma J. 0. J. Smyth, who reside in Dobbs Ferry and who was a close personal friend of Col. IngorMill, then without preliminary words read another extract from Col. lugcrsoll'a writings entitled "My Ucligkou. Dr. John lMlott, of New York,rcad the funeral oration dcllrered by Col ItigcrMill over his brother's dead bod. Thin concluded the short and simple services. Nearly all present then took a parting look at tho dead aud passed out. Mr. House arose from his chair, and, as ho Is totally blind, passed hit hand over the face of his dead friend. Many additional telegrams of sympathy were received Tuesday, one of them being from Gen. Miles. Floral tributes were received all tho morning and there were two rooms of them. Photograph of tho tody was taken Tuesday afternoon just as it lay surrounded by these (lowers. It took a threcMiuartcr view of the face. Sr.w Youk, July 93. The body of Col. Kobert (1. Ingersoll was cremated at Fresh Fond. U I., Thursday. Tha holy was placed in tho retort at 11:50, aud at 'J o'clock all that rcmaiucd was Wal-atocon-duc- July 22.llobert(l. Inger-nl- l 1 (Jen. Jloscosn. s.iy Undo Sim Will Settle the Sun Domingo Trouble. Manila, Aug. 1. Sundiy', fight at Calnmba was n warm one. The insur-cent-s were unwilling to abandon tl. Ihn Unllfit Mintf Alton: to Snl a Nuval place, which is the key to the lakr VtMxt-to lli- Ifl'imd In I'rotrc tli road. Gen. Hall, hearing that lieu. InWirffnl of American ItfttltUnU Mnlbar was preparing to make "liiiuLl Oct-lfluff an attack, sent MaJ. Vcienbergei with throe companies of the 'J 1st Nkw Yoiik. July 'M (Jen. Abclarde infantry, three troops of cavalry A. Moscoso, an exiled leader of tho liband one of Ilamtfton's guns U eral party qt Santo Doin,lugqtow liv- -. attiok tin-- insurgents. Tills detach ing in New York, says: "The death of mem found a forcv of 1,000 rebeU be- President Heurcaux wi'l, I think, surehind hastily made intrenchments. The ly be followed by a long state of disorrebels held their fire until the contin- der and revolution. 1 want to emphagent of the 'Jlit regiment was within size this pro hecy that thu United H00 yards, when they fired a volley. States will eventually be corrtpellcd o The Americans dropped In the higl Interfere to establish peace in the gra out of sight and returned tin hlnnd, just as this country did hi Cuba. 1 favor the policy of peace. I shall' (ire. F.ieut. I.ovc, who was walking creel be glad to return to my country and along the front of the men. was shot support such a policy If it is Inauguin the arm. An insurgent ofllccr rated by (Jen. Figucrea. the vice presiequally brave, stood at the top of tin dent, who succeeds to tho head of tho trenches directing the ilro of the in- government. Uut If something is not surgents until ho was killed, wheu the quickly done to establish order and peace more revolutionary expeditions Filipinos lied. During the lighting on tho north will follow, like that of Gen. .Jimenez side of the town, a small body of Insur- and den. Morales who led a band from gents attempted to enter on tho south Cuba against Heurcaux. Thcro arc now in this country (Jen. Toribco Onr-cl- a side, but a troop of cavalry repul-eand lid ward Grullon, who share them. Tho total American loss at Calamba my views. Wc think thnt the United was seven killed and 20 wounded, States ought to take an interest in our blxteun dead insurgents have been West Indian republic. It will bo a great commercial ally. It lies between found. Tho American garrison at Morong it Cuba and I'orto Hico. It must, of nee, csslty, I believe, ultimately bcoumo atgoing to Calamba. A body of insurgents has visited tached to this country." Gen. Moscoso has been in cxilo in Taytay, where they killed several na He optlves who were friendly to the Amen New York for three years. posed the late president politically and leans. had to ilee to save his life. KATE CHASE SPRAGUE DEAD. Wasiuxoto.v, July '20. A naval ves-k-cI Is to be sent Immediately to Snn Daughter of mi of Ohio Domingo. Secretary Hay has made Died at VI null lug ton funeral tho request that Secretary Long tako at ClllUlllllUt, O. d Insurgent oiurer ( 1 KiiiIIiie of a h,Bi I'lBaiurol'n-lj-iho Ohio Itlter at KviiihtIIIOiiu. Skiff, !npiti!.t. VANHVit.i.r, ittingly, IT, 14, and Hon Onana. were drowned In tho o rite- in fion' of .tno citv Frldav night and three of their companions . . '..... .i.T vsenpen., Aiiout 0 o'clock imiiuwij Friday afternoon Mattlngly, in with John Chcanev. Win. Cheaney. Pearl Cheaney, of this city, .and Mioses Teresa anil Marion Onana, of Henderson. Ky., started out for a hay ride and reaching the river at T:30 O'clock, decided to take a skiff ride. Tiu-were out abou an hour when their boat was caught in tho current and capsized in front of tho mail line wharf boat. Fifty or more people wcro on the wharfbo.it. but none offered to go to the rescue. Mattingly. l'earl Cheaney and Marion Onana were rapidly swept down the current and nothing more was seen of them. Their cries could be heard for blocks .away. Win. Cncaney seized Teresa Onana and reached the shore with her tafterahard fight in tho rapids, lie says his life was saved, by tho headlight of the steamer Jewel in port which enabled him. which way to swim. Teresa Onana sank in the water two times and when brought to shore by Cheaney, was unconscious. John Cheaney was swept under the hull of the steamer Jewel, but being a good diver and knowing the channel, was saved. Searching parties wcro along the river bani Friday night with torches trying to find tho bodies of the lost. Lato Friday night they had not been successful In vheir search. Expert divers vr 111 be employed Saturdayjfmorning. Miss Mnrion Otiann was one of tha leading soc.ety, belles of; Henderson, Ky., and would have been married in a - Imi:.. Ju'jr 2t), l'earl Clnaney, O Autru&t 14 JOHN 1 :5iin -- -- A jvu i.Trs.-- r l STr rsu ralrvr. tiiuz. . 4 ' n '. 5 ... G. BLAIR FOR GOVERNOR. TROOPS INEFFECTIVE. s com-pan- y be I'npulltt .Sleet In Stale Convention Frankfort, Ky., itnd 'otnlnuta a rull MiId Ticket. at Inspector lteporlD on tho Keails He Hijs An Kxtrn sotslmi or the Legislature '' It Not Neresaary. ' 5 V Ky.. July 18. The populist state convention ThvrvSny named a full state ticket, John O. lllalr. of Wicnols county, was nominated for governor by arclumatlon. Tha, phitform adopted Indorses Wharton llarker, of Philadelphia, for president, und Ignutiu Donnelly, of Minnesota, for vice president. It tho former populist national platforms nnd declares in favor of government ownership of ull public Institutions as a means of out tru,ts, emphasizing the government ow vrahip of railroads. It condemns tho OoiUcl Mute election laws, as an attempt lo dUfrttichUo tho voter of, the stale, und says furihcr: 'Wo regret to es that Hon. Wm. J. Itrynn, for whom the ropulUts of Kentucky otcd In iMDtl fo prcMdcn', it the United States, by hit public endorsement of ilia ticket nominated at Louisville, and the platform thcro adopted, assumed the rcsponKibtllty of cndcrslns tho criminal attempts of corrupt elements of Kentucky politics to subvert tho ballot. In order that tho populltl party may he preserved forever free from fraud, bossKm und political corruption, such as now dominates both the democratic and the republican parties In Kentucky, as well us in other states, as exin emplified lato spectacle tho of con convention, the democratic trolled by policemen nnd others sent thcro to defeat tho will of tho dcmocrailc masses of Kentucky, and the republican convention at Lexlnstoa, controlled by federal offlco holders, wc Indorse the policy of apply-In- k' to the management of the people's party, as faros practicable, tho principles of the direct lcgUlatlon in nominations and the conduct of the p.irtv affairs." The foilowlnit Is tho ticket nomlnatcd;,tbore was nooppoMtinn: For governor. John G. Illulr, of Nicholas: lieutenant koi crnor, W. It. Urowncr, of Lo?n; attorney jcneral. John T. Hashaw, of Louisville; auditor, Sam Graham, of Marshall; secretary of state. Hen Kcyes, of Calloway; treasurer, A. IL Cirdln, of Crittenden; commissioner of agriculture, W. J. Han-nof Mercer; superintendent of public Instruction, John C. Sutherland, of Anderson; railroad commissioner. First district. It. IL McMullln, of llrecklurldze; Second district. John II. Heed, of Spencer; Third district, W. O Patrick, of KstllL The populist stato convention Just before adjournment Thursday night nominated O. W. Heovcs. of llallard county, .or United States senator. Rcercs was a probability for the nomination for governor, but was later entered ugalnst Ulackbura. n, FltANKHonr, Ky July 30. Stato Inspector Lester made a lengthy report on the Clay county situation to tho governor Friday, but it contains nothing sensational. Tho report says that the killing of Tom Uaker, while surrounded 'by troops, Indicates the uselcssness of sending troops there during the term, of circuit court; that the present condition there does not necessitate a special term of court In August! but that at tho regular October terra tho grand jury should thoroughly investigate the killing of Tom Maker and indict the guilty man If tho evidence will, warrant It. to-ise- e The inspector recommends that the next legislature should give c rcult judges more power in selecting jurici und that the governor should be given the sole power to appoint special judges In felony cases where thercgu-la- r judge can not slu He ihlnlcs the governor could have taken no action that would havo checked the 'strifo and can do nothing now under the law that he has not done to solve the problem and that an extra 'session of tho legislature is not at all necessary. Tha Inspector's report, when read between the lines, indicates that an extra' session is beyond the realms of possibility unless a miracle should change tho governor's present view. h BROWN WILLING TO RUN. Iteaily to Come Oat The Against Cluebel If No: Nominated. Is Willing to Support Another. , month. ashes. There wuro no services at the crematory. Kvcn tho organ, which Is usually played while a cremation is going on, was silent. This was at tho request of the family. There was a crowd about the btilldjng, and a number demauded admission, but no ono except tho members of tho family aud two members of tho cremation society were admitted. Tho body was removed from noon after U o'clock and taken to the Dobbs Ferry station wharo a luThe body was ll era) car was waiting. placed in the car and the members of tho family alto entcrod It. The body was Inclosed In a black coflln, which was unrelieved by handles or plate. On tho trip to tho city Mrs. Ingersoll and the family sat about tho bier and on the top of tho collln rested wreaths of roses and evergreens. Tho party reached tho Fresh Fond crematory at 11:30 o'clock. The coflln was not opened In the columbarium. Those present stood around it for a few moments and then it was carried to tho incinerating room. Mrs. Ingersoll bore up better than It was When the retort expected sho would. had sulllclently cooled, tho cradle was drawn out and tho ahimn soaked sheet was opened. The ashes wcro then placed in tint usual canister and then Until were sealed and the In the urn. taken la charge by the Ingersoll tirn The return trip was then beparty. gun. Mr. Ingersoll bore up well. Tuo funeral urn in a beautiful ono, wound with laurel leaves nnd berries in has relief and set with cypress leaves fashioned of green bronze. It is oval and set on a red porphery baso that rests on a brass plate. On ono side Is tho simple Inscription, "Kobert G. Ingersoll." On tho other, In French, aro tho words: "This urn holds tho dust; tho heart, the memory." Wal-sto- ti Wariiinoto.x, Aug. 1. Mrs. Knt Chase Sprague, wife of a former governor of Kliodc Island, nnd the daughter of the late Salmon P. Chase, governor of Ohio. United States senator and chief justice of the United States supreme court, died nt her homestead. "Kdgcwood," In Washington's suburbs, early Monday morning- She was bit years old. For three months she had been suffering from a complication of liver and kidney troubles, but had consented to medical treatment only ten days ago. She grew steadily worse and tho end onmc a few minutes after 3 o'clock Sunday morning. At the bedside were Miss Kittle her three daughters. Sprague, who lived with her mother, Miss Portia Sprague, of Narragansctt l'lcr, and Mrs. Donaldson, of llrook-lTho funeral arrangement ti. N. Y. have not been completed but tho remains probably will be interred at Cc lumbus, ()., her father's old home. Kate Chase began a brilliant social career when her father, Salmon 1'. Chase, then a widow.-r- , was elected governor of Ohio. When Mr. Chase was made secretary of tho treasury under Lincoln the family removed here, and his daughter met and wat governor ol married to the Kliodc Island, Willlaui H. Sprague. At tho height of social aud political success a domestic cloud luadc Its appearance, resulting in a divorce. Mrs. Sprague then mado her homo nt a country place which had been Here she had left her by her father. resided ever since. Financial reverses clouded her later years, and frlcndi arranged for her an allowance of SS,00( a year. y g yo-in- SHAMROCK AS SHE WILL CROSS THE OCEAN. Kdgc-woo- THOSE DUM DUM BULLETS. The yacht Shamrock has left Itothrsay bay for Greenock to complete nttlnK out for her voyage across the Atlantic, which will beKln August 2. Sir Thomas Upton, the owner of tha challenger, says the crew of the Shamrock will be Increased to SO. Capt. Hogarth, of the Shamrock, refused to express any opinion as to the yacht's chances for winning the cup, but said: "Tell the Americans not to lay odds." It l OlllrUlly Uf Denied That lliey Are In U the tliiariWut the Northern I'enl- - triitUrr ut Jollrt, III . Snit.MinKi.ii, 111., Aug. 1. Several dispatches were received at the governor's olllee Monday inquiring as te the truth of the statement telegraphed from Jollet that the guards at tin Northern penitentiary at Jollet arc armed with Mauser rifles and aro furnished with dum dum bullets. Col. J, Mack Tanucr, tho governor's private secretary, slated that there Is no truth to the statement. He says the nrmi have not been changed at all, aud tin idea that dum dum bullets aro to Ix UBcd is ridiculous. Celebration ut yullinj- - 111. Qli.ncv, 111,. Aug. 1. Qulncy Monday celebrated the opening of thuncvt Jturlinton road terminals. These in elude a hundred thousand dollar passenger station, freight depots, swltcl-yardand rnil and wagon bridges ovci the Mississippi river and Qulncy bav. s Crntrul l'aclllo Hallway- Co. lnrorpnruteil Salt Lark Citv, Utah,, Aug. 1. The Central I'aclflo Knllroad Co. wai Incorporated hero Monday for the purpose of acquiring all the railroad laud, laud grants aud franchises the Central Pacific railroad. Itltliiiionil II ol this action, and the Machlas, now at Juan, I'orto Rico, and only a fow days' run from San Domingo, will proceed at once to thit island. This ia a measure of precaution rather than ono of necessity at the present time, for Minister Powell has not suggested gestcd any such notion to the government. Still, it is deemed well, in view of the press reports, indicating a disturbed condition of affairs, to have a representative of tho United States authority within reach of the minister to protect American iuterc-tshould tho need arise. Minister Powell cabled the stato department Friday morning from Port au Prince, Haytl, simply announcing tho assassination of Heurcaux by some unknown person betweon 1 and 2 o'clock on tho afternoon of Wcduesday. Jlurlul of I'rrslilont Heurcaux. Cai'k Haitik.v, July SO. The funeral of President Heurcaux, of Santo Domingo, took place at 6 o'clock Thursday evening in Santiago do Las Tho population was but thcro was no disorder. A report has been received hero to the effect that the adversaries of the government attacked Noca Thursday night. San s FARMER SHOOTS FOUR BOYS. They Are Srrloiiily Wnumlail and Srveral l'otsas Art After the Shooter lie Stay lie Lynched If I aught. ViCKsnuito, Miss., July SO. Several posses aro now in the hills east of hero Cabal-Icro- s. panic-stricke-n, New Kentucky I'ost lllllre. prohibiting public gatherings indefiWashington, July ST. A post ofllct nitely. A former proclamation of this The Mck at San rriwirlnro. has been established at Mac. Tayloi San Fuancisco, July SO. All the con- kind was rescinded last tveck. county, Ky., with Win. W. Kirtleyas valescent volunteers at the general llroke Up Ills Still. military hospital will bo held there vn-tIIiciimoM). Ky., July CO. Deputy postmaster. the regiments aro mustered out. It United States Marshal V. T. Short Fought ut n l'lculc. is stated that among 7C0 patient at captured Hill" lloso In Jackson counMooiikiikau, Ky.. July 27. William tho Presidio there are only three cases ty nnd broke up his still, liosc has de- McConniek and .luiiics Hayes fought nt of typhoid fever and there is lli.tledau-ge- r fied the revenue officials for a long a picnic and the former was hit over of its becoming epidemic. tho head with a club. He will recover. time. il searching for Ithamar Yerkes a truck farmer, who Friday afternoon shot and seriously wounded four boys, all of whom are under 10 years of age. They aro Warren Coolcy, shot in' head and body; Frank Smith, shot in head, faco a"nd body; Murray Foster, shot in body nnd legs; Itichard Kendall, shot in hoad and body, fatally wounded. Tho- first two nro white. Memtheyoung-ster-s bers of Yerkes family-claiwcro scaling watermelons, but this is denjed by tho boys. d Ycrkesrused a shot gun. Ho may bo lynched If caught. - Louisville, Ky., July 27. Thoso democrats who are opposed to the nomination of Senator Gocbcl held' a meeting in Louisville Wednesday night with an attendance of about L00Q. A bombshell was cast when Judgo W. II. Sweeney, of Lebanon, announce John authoritatively that Young Ucown would accept 'the nomI.luibsrnrt-kKills Chickens. ination of the forthcoming convention Lkxinoton, Ky., July 28. A new for governor, and that he would mako and fatal disease has made its appear- the canvass the supreme political effort ' ance in local poultry yards. It is call- of hisllf. ed "llmbcrncck," and is speedily reThe announcement that Gov. llrown ducing the number of "springers." It would be a candidate for the nominateems to be a form of paralysis, lly it tion has caused much surprise. It is the chicken is attacked at the junction conceded that he will have no opposi of the neck with tlm back. Tho neck tion. becomes limber, the head falls to the Speeches were madq Tuesday night fereast and the chicken is dead. by John 1). Calloway. Resolutions denouncing the democratic stato convenMio May Live. tion were introduced and adopted. Ky., July 20. Little Julia They arc practically the same as Thompson, the daughter of adopted in other similar meetings, thou and, 0. E. Thompson, of tho Pres- In addition, they suggest a state conbyterian church, fell 20 feet from a vention on August 30. window. The fall produced a severe Lkxinoton, Ky., July 25. What is bruise, and rendered the child unconconsidered by politicians as a climax scious for somo time. Her condition is in tho fight against William Gocbcl for critical, but the physicians say she governor of Kentucky was reached may recover. Ex Gov. John Young Tuesday. llrown, of Louisville, announced hi found the Hoilr. Laouanok, Ky., July 30. The body intention to head tho of Malcom Thompson, of Itrookcvillc, ticket, if nominated, or lo take tlm who was drowned in the Ohio river stump for Maj. P. P. Johnston or any while on his way to the democratic other good man who will head th convention about five weeks ago, was other democratic ticket. found lloatlng in'the river three miles Tree Uprooted. above Westport, this county. The Mt. Step.i.ino, Ky.. July 31. A tcr body was identified Friday morning rlfic rain nnd wind .storm which passed and sent home. over this county Saturday did grcal damage. IL It, Young's tobacco barn ("oiuiiilltee Meetlnc. Louibvili.k, Ky., July SS. Chairman was blown away. Tho was wind sc Long, of the republican state cam- strong that an immense tree was torn paign committee, will call a meeting up and blowu against a stock barn in for Friday or Saturday when an ad- which Mr. Young had taken refuge. visory committee will bo located in Tho wholo end of the barn waj this city cither at tho Fifth Avenue crushed out, and he had a narrow eshotel or the Young Men's McKinley cape. To Improve the Hoad. club rooms. Lkxinoton, Ky., July St. Tho LexUsed Some Chnlco Kplthets. railway has filed a mortVanckiiUUO, Ky., July 2S. Mrs. Mar- ington City gage to the Columbia Trust company, tha Sparks has been sent to jail In dellaltimorc, for Sl..ri00,000. The monfault of the payment of a S." fine as- of raised by this mortgage will be used ey sessed by Squire Hays. She was arto Improve and extend the ctrcci cat rested on complaint of John Morris, lines, probably connecting Lexington who proved that Mrs. Sparks had callwith several surrounding towns. ed him a scorpion and a 1 cx-Oo- w &t.K-ro.v- , -- auti-Goob- cl b.ild-hcadc- d bow-legge- d rliluoccros. double-barrele- Smallpox In l'rankfort. Ky., July SO. Tho city council of the state capital held a special session Friday, and. upon recommendation of tho health board, again Issued orders closing all churches and KjiANKroitT, Drowned While Ilathlng. Ky., July SO. Noab J mid, a well known young business Ki.l7.A!iKTiirovN, man, who resided in the eastern section of Hart county, was drowned while in bathing. Ho was a. close ro S. 1(. lluckncr, ", lation of ex-Go- Louanspoiit, Intl.. July 2S John Fulton county, ! making Ho 1st preparations for death. careful (53. Mo p.oposcs that his tomw shall be located on his little patch of ground, and ho has been working at odd times In digging his grave. The cxcavatio.t Will llntnln Hie I're.rnt .Ministry. was completed a few days ago acd Mi lie procured n.t Grew boarded It up. Pauls, Aug. 1. Gen. Weceslayo Ki old piece of marblo and carved an guero, vice president of tho Domlnicac vpltapH upon it, tho Inscription being republic, has, It is announced here, acprotected from vulgar giizo by a wooV cepted iho presidency of the republic Ho constructed o loMn bo. lie will retain' tho present ministry. en hood. ral rears ngo. .McGrew, of J Maile Ills Own 1'reparatlnns. llrr FuU Troth. LY.Ncmiuiia, Vn., July SO. Mrs. Magat tho Hamp gie 13. Jennings, of Amherst county, ton soldiers home, Richmond has quar- swallowed her falho teeth about a antined against Old l'oiut aud Hamp week ngo, nnd came to this city to conton. There wcro no Richmond people sult a physician. Tho plate was Unitcaught in tho quarantine lines ut tht ed by the X rays. An operation w as performed. Sho died. latter place. Itlt'llMoXD, Va., Aug. 1. tho yellow fo or outbreak Quarantined. Ill view ol The Turkish .MlnUtrr. Want u Curfew Law. Strike In Lexington Uroanit to Death Under Cur Wheels. Lkxinoton, Ky., July 27. L'exlnj-to- n Ky., July ST. Newsboys Lksinoton, Grkkm SfiiiNos, O.. July SO. Th Cincinnati, July SO. Mrs. Lena women arc taking au active interselling local papers Wednesday mornMclcel Plato grain elevator was bur 1170 Sherman avenue, widow, of est, in a movement inaugurated by Col. ing served notices on the papers that cd Friday. About 20,000 bushels was ruu over atnl killed FrMn .norn-in- g they would not sell unless nilowed tho Alexander Hoaglaud to establish wheat wcro destroyed. The causo o" at 8 o'clock by Cincinnati Southern privilege of of returning unsold papers. curfew law. They have secured euough the fire is unknown. switch engine No. 515, at Kesncr street, About thirty boys are involved. pledges to havo a law eaaotod. i The Turkish minister. All Ferrouh Hey, leaves Friday night fot .in European trip, and while noofliclnl word has been received as to his permanent svlthdrawal, It is expected that ho may be transferred to another post. W'AsiiiNUTo.v, SO. Fair-kamp.a July ' Adjudged Imnno. Death uf Neville I'eppor. Cr.VTiiiA.VA, Ky., July 27. Miss Mary Lksinoton, Ky., July 28. Neville Pepper, aged IS years, a brother of Col. Ingles, a popular young schoolteacher, James K. Pepper, tho noted turfman and distiller, died at St. Joseph's hospital Wednesday. Ho had been an invalid for years. was Tuesday morning adjudged itisano and orderod committed to the asylum at Lcxiujttou. Ovcrstudy brought about her condition. drain Klnvntnr Humeri. t l 1 Vr. t , -- n BXW.sr.tfjajsaK I. urge ' fr LOCAL NEWS. iti:i:i.iwr i.aki:. Force ol Men and Tenant Kn. gaged Iu Hh Drainage. From Dblon Democrat.) doing to Build This Spring? We caii furnish you with everything needed to build with . . . at . . . Z7" Qiieoniwurc at Sir vv -. Good ni'.v. ill It foods. Mr Wuilu Little, of Moscow, was in thi city Monday. It'sn witechild that knows il knows les thiiii its father. The eiMiiim is done liefoie marriage, riii.r BargJns -- Welinvell fiom lellulde iitillior. ty Unit .1. U. liiinlH, (lie ImimI liar on of Lake count x, In at woik uitli a ci cm' of lolly men ami VERY LOWEST PRICES, Hough Lumber, Dressed Lumber, Doors ami Windows, Sash mill Blinds, Shiugles, Nails, Builders Hardware, Paints and Oils, Limo, Cement and Plaster. Let us figure with you. 1 i L P. &W. S.Ellison Railroad Time Tablr. N., 0. & St. L. R. K. Tfin TrlD LKAVKI No. S3 at 0.30 p. in. I No. 3, t J.OS p. iu. Trln Trlu A1UUVKS No. i, 7 IS m. l in So. I, '.' the billing afterwards. Cn Special attention to Hardware shell goods at Sli.vws Our colored citizens an1 ntal.ing bitf preparations for the hth. 4 ( raves county will vote on the whiskey question Sept. ill). A nuiuber of Hiekninnttes spent Sunday at CoinUs' Springs. Our country's motto may sixm be changed to "In trusts we trust." The City Council w ill meet in regular session next Monday night. King up !i!) when you want 3& fresh Hull., Bread, Fruits, Nuts and Candies H. M. Metheny the tlsh dealer, this week had one cat tlsh weighing HO pounds undone 111. The largest fish caught hero for the years. Mr Tom Ledford, one of Hickman's liuHt enterprising business men, who lias been quite Mck, we are glad to note is again at his business jnvst. Graves county Democrats are to give an free barbecue at on the 1','th, the occasion when Goebel and Blackburn open the cam! old-tim- Phenomenal ! we qualify as above. es the situation. -- &$ ; You know what good Bargains havo always been at our Store. Judge, then, what we mean when tweiit, II i e teuiiiH milking a dllcli from the hike to Him MlnNlnnlipi river. It In hiiIiI ihnt the pnrpiiNc of Mr. HnrilH Ik to draw off a few feet of watoi In order lo redeem a viihI acienue of hwhiiih IiiimIn, lull there arc men fntnlllar with Mirroiindlng. who t lie hike and ll (tlnlm mi overflow fiom the .MIkhIm. Hippl liter, Hitch tin oceurH iiIiiionI The stock must go, express- H that after an outlet In Mart-ei- l Come see for yourself. Keep on Beading : ewr.v cnr, will nwcep through the liiKn'wilh Mich force an lo prnull. cully work lit dpt motion an h rcMirl for deiNitie pallid and rtliortHiucii. The mime and fnmc of old Heel foot cUeiidh Iroiu lliillfnx lo Ilia ICvcrgluiliH. It Ih the Mceeu of tlioildiiiidN of itiigleiH and wing. hIioih from all uarl" of the conn. It Ik a point of peculiar In- Hear the 1UJSG of these Prices ! e May-Hel- d, SUit Waists. 50 cent Waists go now at only 3oe 75 cent Waists go now at only 4J)c 81.25 and 1.00 Waists go now at only 75c. 1.75 and J. 50 Waists go now at only OSc. Dewey's War Prediction. paign. of every deserving citizen, If a man Admiral Dewey Is the present shows ability to proper do not pull him great idol of the American people, luck through jealousy, or weigh him down through cold indifference, caused not only by liia magnificent victory at Manila, but his admirable epeecii ami conduct ' the tmest m town. The protracted meeting at Mt Her- iince; and for tbia reason what he ! Sunday night last, which, n say aboot onr eutancIeinentR mav altogether, was one of the most inter- be of great weight ttlUj. mil.tiugs iu the hLstory of that in tbe East with the people of the United church Nine additions were made to the church. 8tatea. He is reported to have It hasbcen decided to formally open made the prediction that tbe next t!l0 Dolnoerutjc state campaign at Muy. war tbe United States would have Held, Saturday, Aug. 13th, with speech- cs by nominee Goebel mid ex Senator would he ,i,t, Germany. nm no n,MC.buril. Thlv will nNo speak the one appears to know for certain following Monday at WicklilTe, whether be said it or not. Dewey - The next term of the Fulton circuit convene on neither acknowledge . or denies' conrt "U1month Thethe tirst Monday of tho . ...in next be held in thesessionshall, owcity mat ne aaiu u. hihuv unuitn uuiu court will ing to tho indicate that tbe prediction attrib condemnedfact that thu court houseawas by the grand jury at rented to bint is well founded In cent term of ttie court. tbe first place, the German fleet Try a pair of celebrated Brown at Manila was generally credited Shoes All go at Cost. Keep au oye on the man who wants with a disposition to embnrrust ,.r i.. i above till to "treat everybody right," Dewey before tbe .!.!... th, ol(1 mM w,0 .Ml,uf,hlhave uila, but any unfriendliness whs the hot man alive," and the small txy disavowed by the German Gov- when he refuses pie at supper, and tho widow who "lives only for tin sake, of ernment; and secondly, since tbe the children and to keep his grave tho kep cession of tbe Philippine Islands green," and never both eyes onwhen felho told a lie low "who bv Spain to tbe United States the hacked a cherry tree." attitute of Germany has been sns Au excursion party from Union Pity made picioas. It is believed that Ger came to Hickman bust week andsteam-e- r the round trip to St Louis on the mans, if not the German governFerd Herold The piriv numbered ment, have been furnishing sup twelve or fourteen, and they report a Also, on Saturday last, delightful plies, ammunition tuid guns to a pirtyof trip. g peopL', numberor thirty, arrived Aguinaldo. Spain sold the Caro ing Mime twenty-livand on Sunday morning line Islands to Germuuv about the iu Hickman, elegant Lee Line steamer, boarded the same time that he sold the Phil- Georgia Lee, bound for St Louis Union City Commercial Courier, ippines to the United States; but man somehow Germany occupied the 27th: John T. Cassetty, ainHick city. manufacturer, spent Sunday tin Percy Junes, of Hickman, representCarolines bv tbe common consent su inters, hero Spaniards and natives with- ing the Leo JLine Bondur.int. was Hickof tbe Sunday -- J of 0 firing of a gun, whilst from man visited his daughter. Mrs Hardy out the ibis week of voting tbe first the United States has Lium,from Hickman A crowd Woodland fol s went to had to fight for every foot of the to a picnic he other night, but found so they Philippines. It seems to hae none; good came to Union City and had a time. been an agreed Job. Tho recommenda ion of the lost Convention that State Co'iimorciul LOUISIANA LYXCHIMJS. Stand together for the advancement and irlde to eer.v native and especially lo Ulilon county and U eel Tcihich. see Ih it laltinlde on iiccoitnt of Km superior advaiitngcN and aci:cs hIImIIO " summer uaiup ground Thl" alone, not lo speak of lis' liiullless tlsh npply nod the miIiid T iincKfipciiii, tr. terest moM'ffiSAiK ALL thereof to the iiiatkels of the country, inn ken any movement which threatens Its serloiiH detti. meut uothinir nhorl of a public onliiuilty. itAi.i- - WrP AMiH -- 1L Vflf vy (ilM UNI II . uuuu &ji fc B,N' Ml J!. or niu: Murm;, .Man j Lawns, Dimities, Etc., Hollcil Along the Mrretn of Ktiorklng lon n. caru 20 cent quality now at 12i cents. 15 cent quality now at 10 cents. 10 cent quality now at 7 cents. BIG REDUCTION Murray, From I'.iilitcalt Xewn.J Ky. had a big Saturday eenlng. There whs an electrical storm at that time which put Ih people In a Milter frame Mali) of in Ladies Slippers. C'ustoni-Mntle of mind. the iloort the storekeep ers aiidolnks in front of ilt tig c'oio. All Cincinnati Slipper o in this Mile tit k llitr r?nl. were stainling Iu waUdilug the storm fi-I- Sl.25 and 1.00 Ladies Slippers cut to 75c 1.75 and 1.50 .Ladies Slippers cut to 81 10 2.50, 2.25 and 2.00 Slippers cut to 1.75 Boys CLOTHING. The "Jsne Hopkins" make go in this Kile nt a Hijj Snnriliee. $1.75 and 1.50 Hoys Suits cut to Si. 10 uT Dyer-bur- e . ., 2.50 and 2.00 Boys 3.50 and 3.00 Boys 5.00 and 4.50 Hovs 0.50 and 6.00 I'oys Suits Suits Suits Suits cut to 1.(55 cut to 2.25 cut to 3.75 cut to i 25 when a holt Hiuck the pHtrmcnl Minn, Dale & Go's A huge hall of lire rol'cil down the pavement lor sev. blocks, knocking down and stunning every man Iu lit pnth. All parties siiiiilli.g in the doors Among the were knocked .ni number wetc Iv 8. Iiugiild, ltht. MiittiTMorlh. Kreil Kosifr, Knfus Farley anil a li. Ilugbes. who is not a resident, but Is aslslui(! lit a rexiviil at the ChtUllaii church. Most of (belli were on1) sliglnli n knock IhzciI. hut Mr Hughes eil senseless ami was iiiicoiiscIoiih for several bonis. IIcIimiI iccov-ereto the ei !( fii as lo at the cliiut-i- i cimdav iilbl. il a-- v - Mens Fine SHOES. Oilils and ends, only two or three pairs of a kiinl, Furniture ! 5.00, 4.50 and 3.00 Shoes go in this sale at SI. 50 and 2.00 WE MEAN IT TTC illCAn 11 I The recent lynching of the Italians, iu Louisiana, is another blot upon the history of that Stale. It matters not what the offense of these men may have been, it was an Inexcusable act of lawlessness. It was a repetition of the Now Orleans affair, of a few years ago, which, came near involving this country in war with Italy. At that time grave fears were entertained, bv not a few Ameiicnus that hostilities might result on account of tbe lawless taking of tho lives of these men. It is true the misdoings of these foreigners, who have come to this country, mid who, in some Instances have be come naturalized, is a strong argument against the general iinini gration that is allowed from oilier countries. It has been said, anil with a degree of truth, that our country gets tbe refuse of all the nations of tbe earth. These Lou isiana examples should bo held up in the name of more rigid immigration laws. At the same time, the people of that State, and nl every other community, should be taught that they must respect the law, and desist from such inhuman lynohingproceedings. Lynch-lugit matters not how serious tbe mlsueeu ot tne ivnoueii, always brings discredit to the inon doing tbe work, and it alwnyn leaves a blot upon tbe name of tbe county and State Iu which tbe deed is committed. In the name of fairness, humanity and state and national pride, let such performances end in Louisiana, Geor gia and every other State. s, Clubs be formed throughout the State, on the hues of commercial club", to contribute to the prosperity of tlteir nectlou, secure good roads, i nluco immigration, get manufactories, improve methods of firming and otherwise develop the State, are being favorably acted upon bv the Commissioner of Agriculture, Lucas Moore, at FrankHe ha.s .selected Mr V M. Hauna, fort of Cropper's, Shelby county, to present the idea in different sections of tho State and organize the proposed clubs or institutes. It is a fact beyond all question that the public school is tho greatest factor in promoting tho most good to the greatest number of people that exists in any community. Lspeci.illy is this true of tho graded scnool, to which tho children, from tho primer to the tliiishing of the common school conr.ie, may have free and unlimited access for eight, nine or ten months iu the year Children whose parents aro poor and living in a district iu which there is a graded school, may havo all the advantages of n good business education, which will enable, them to enjoy the blessings of independence arising from an educated mind. Fritters' J"" prices, Onr entire Stuck of the above for CASH Come and see us. onl. ooils an; to lie olo-oul til Xo IMioto Hiitton given will. nliovo n!xv good. Baltzer&-Dodds- . vJ.H-sH- t gZTMwrnwf A .Distinctive Feature. (Mir goo.1 Hint m- tu that - Fitrnitun It l Im li ('ill uroniid examine our gsxl( uiwl convinced. Hi nieinlter, we are JIKAI)t;UAIlTHUS riirnttiire nut tier ijiim all -- 3SSS Stephens &. Smith. Now is your opportunity to buy a pair of celebrated Hrown Shoes. All go at cost at Buchanan's. Story of a Slaw. To bo bound hand and toot for years by the chains of disease is thu worst form ot slavery. Geo D. Williams, of Manchester, Mich., says : "Mv wife has been so helpless for live years that she could not turn over in bed alono. After using two bottles of Klcctric Bitters sho is wonderfully improved and able to do her own work." This supremo remedy for female diseases quickly cures nervousness, sleeplessness, headache, melancholy, backache, fainting and dizzy spells. It is a godsend to weak, sickly, people. Ouro guaranteed. Only COo. Sold by all druggists, run-down NOTICE! Not lea U lit rcby given to nil partus or pcniiiiiH i rforinlng labor or furnish, lug for limit-ria- l the building or cotn pletion of the hotel now iintli.y in IMckiiinii. Ky , wlmrn thu Laclede hotel stood, that I will not be rcHfximiiblii to thtun for anv work 'done or material furnished on or for said building, but they must look to (lie par. ty who employs them, or contracts with them for the material The Dickson Hriek l'o contracted with me to tarnish coil-itilicti- WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CAR OK KENTTUCKY WHEAT that we are f?oinp sell. DRILLS, - the labor and material for said build, big ami I have paid under said contract all that I am to pay until thu building is finished IW'cnrihmr Freib, Pond, L, I., crematory. Iugersoll was cremated last week at tbe The body of Kobt. G. We also have the Honsier Drill. Of t If you netd n Drill come and see iih. two you cun find nothing hetter.Jeilher in price, or quality. W me Rubies tne also fining- cheap here for business, and buHinvH is what wo want. It' price and quality counts, we'll sell von. ggr Don't forgot wo are (JhUledPloU Uncelebrated .', Vnlcau and Oliver & SANDERS REEVES, And no limn need look to niu for pay- mini in inner ninor or material, except what I mav Iki mvltiif iimli.i. tl... ....... traet with su ! Hri..L- - rv,v...... ........ settlement witlt them. 8ETII OUHLIN, Muy tit tlm nn,!..,.,.. Mi, 1601), 1 . tnrt, H I IBM . THE HICKMAN COURIER, AN ELOPEMENT. lie Im ii IiflNlitiM 7laii( oklu-rrhiircf- ProTcnlwl a Trn(;cily. -- " - - V Y? Till DAY, (Iwirgi) Warren. Frank NoaMiss Fay Glenn. I, l&W). HICKMAN, KV , AlKJ Local anil Personal, "Spain luiil a lit t If hiinlt, Tho Hllikcst liimli iirutuiil. Hlin Hold llii' limit to Uncle Hani For twenty iiiiIIIoiih down; Thou Hiiiimt'l took It liy tliu toll To lead it honif, you know ; lint the mutton runt ttiriiod out u hoar, Anil Biiiii Tlio Loumvlllo l'ont ri')ortfl tho elopement iiml uiurrhiKi'. in JufTcrHonvillu, Iml., on thu tflitt of July, Mr, Frank Not-- , of HpiliiKllvlil, Ky , unci Miss Fay Olitnii. of Itickiiiiiu. Mitn Uk'iin hail liri'ii iitk'utliiiK Hi'liool ut St. Catherine Aciuliiiiiy tint D,mt vear, anil wan pant-iii- ( vacation with xoum friends. Tim olopoinont was ajuirprlrio to friends and relatives. Mr Noo in tho editor of thu Springfield I'nuwsH, mid ouu of tint most promlfdtiK youiitf newttpaper men cin't lot it k." of the Statu. -- :fe. miff -- C Wanted to Horror. Twelve Hundred Dollars, kIvIiik amAddress "W. M. U ." In ple security IHliocMiit SIIAW'B. Ktolt UimIiIit rot timed Tucmliiy mill care Courier olllco. will romuin ut lioino miiiio day. So niiieh linM rcciiutly heen h.iid Try to Ik.' ploimant ; miy out can ho about thu Krowth of plulix r.ioy in tills (UHiiKrut'.ililo without half trying. country that many people havo lost xxr, This is a very .Mi, W. T Parhsini visiting bar hopo for the ouu Into which no peat mistake, mid naroiiM ut Sharon, 'iVn , this week. man oiiKlit to fall. Tlio jKHir nt ill W), HIiiiw'n 2 00 anil flUO youiiK men of thu United Slate SlllK-nave ni.ipiillceiit chancer Thu only I'liu't bo llOllt. I'licnllon is as towhetlur they ikwiks 11m bhiucho C5iiM in visiting in Kditor.J ability, the energy, t lie couruuu to NiiaIivIHo uuil UliuttunooKu t IiIm woolc. thu tint hard conditions of their liven, b the iiliHi'iiCf of Hpt'ouliitlon, but face C. U. Moiiius, Druggist. Moscow, Ky , Mr. U J. Worth, Hid popular mill and overcome them. The lawyers, the thet'M In HoiMiiiuuly lit t tu diuijjer of mail, of Mokcow, was in thu city .Mini- - Idwtorn, thu merchants, thu ImmW prcsi itn diopjilnjr below l In HOeiity. fays he sells k Plantation Chill Cnro and llnds it suit bin trado because it eradidents, the railroad uiuiiiikci, thu states lay. e i crop cates the system of all malarial poison, men of the future will come very large- cunt mark Never Ipioru tbo silent man : hu Is ly from thu mid lovol and the lower iiioHtlv bail mid nro yet- - aid he guarantees it. oftuu thu only onu in a Crowd worth level of Kx. woipu with every rcpoit. ii listening to. 'HtiThe appearance of yellow fever Ooiiiiiiereial Hiithiuilii'fl nr Mrs (Swintlt Fields, of Fulton, is near Fort Monroo u a serious mat-ti- r iiirttiny; that I lit lMfiirh luiri'Hl visiting her aunt, Mrs. W 1) l'owull, mid demands of thu (iovcruincut will r.ill off, perlnipH 20.000.(100 All iiersotis not having paid their on Troy avenue that ecry itvuilabb prwaution bu used btiitlioln froiu Inst year. Our urciit aro respectfully nut bled to call A. O Mount, of Marlon, has lieeti for the pniteetiou of thu rcrit of the eot competitor in export, HiibhIii, and settle same at ouce. Six per cent, i for country From tlio first icports it seems of tbw npMiutsl additional goes on your taxes on and there was uiexcusablo nejjllijrnce mi is In a IihiI way. KfltiniHtcfl arc after Sept. 1st. the Find dlxtriet Tom Dillov, .In., some one's part in allowing the dise.tsu ficely inailu that the crop will be City Tax Collector. Mrs Id.i Holilleld and little ion, of to K"l" headway mid in exposing it to 120,000,000 bufilieln " Tlptouvlllu, Ti'iin , aro visiting Mr. '. so many pwple. Not only wero tbert 85.000.000 to nhorl of 1898, anil the rye crop Ib M. Adams' family. eveml deaths mid from thirty to forty uloo poor in many provinces, liou Mr and Mrs X. It. Klllott, of Cro-la- mihc of fever beforo kiinwliilpi of the HulRariit nnd Spain On Wednesday, Aug. 16th, 1809, I vl. fact was brought to public notice, but mania. Italy Ivy , viniitNl vir. and Mrs. J. who went down to an 70,000,000 bunlielfl nliorl of will offer for salo to the highest bidder, hundreds of Henderson last week. Old l'oiut uuil nclphboriiiK rcMirl alonjc crop, liar on the S It Drowry farm, 1$ niiieh Give a neighbor your nViiu milk thu OhesajMiike for it Sunday outing last year, anil India's 17.000,000 bast of thu old depot, Hickman, Ky., hint .Murcli, fell vented mid he's apt to kick toman-- . you didn't wuru exxwed to thu dread scourge. all my farming implements and stock, bunlieln below thu 1808 yield. The consisting of horsen, mules and hogn. idiaru the croam vvltli liliu. HiiiikiiiIhii (lermaii nnd AtiHtrlan Terms made known on day of salo. & Mr. mid Mrs Arthur Ivhiir, mid O. -l .'t urodiiut will be L'ooil. but Hun- J. T. BOSTON. V. Unicornis, ar simiidliiK a fuw days IT inch IIiLsihe nicest, Bary In the only largo exporter of at (.iilmou V lis, Tumi. Conic mid K'ut you ouu. They Farm Tor Sale. thene. cap. aru k'ood trixsls, ami m Mr Knbt Hradley hiwbeun up'KiIut-cThe entlmatefl indicate a railing ltxuil npi'iil of the St Iouit A: Tho farm ueur Hickman, known as Hlvur Packet 0i Wednesday, August Dth.is tlio dato off of probably 200.000 000 bimb the G W. Powell place, near Dyersburg set fur tliu next annual tour to UIU ela in the European and Indian raid, is offered nalo. 100 acres 54 Kd ICtrciidall has Immu apixillited Stall., lo , vico olut, just at atiniu when the uiKlitnro.,H TbiH ought to bo quite cleared, very good houses, orchard, &c. lHHtiitiulcr at Thr cool, and thu hot July dayn 'vj in. Mary V. Hennett. rtlKited the demand for For further information, apply to P0iiBli in . i.tid. niakiiiL' thu trio nil thu Gko. Waiiiik.w Mirpltln ami perhapn in an r Mm. 11. l'.irhum are tit iimtnilile. and those who pican exjH-cMr and '"T v cry baiidnoniflv. At IllK frii lulu mm relatives Ht CottaKu a most delightful trio. These neixin i van re prices F0K j.lLK. ISiove, (n.irt)uittyi this wwk ly conducted parlies have been run for any rale, it in ditllutllt to nee how so lum: that me. eieuaui manner 111 I hey can be forced lower. ruOver at) veurn uxiwnomw White Cochin HantnuiH, chickens and have been conducted has so eggs. Apply to Waiiukn S. Kllison. ti.iiriui! line wateliun and clocks btitis- - which they thu public that it is useless imprcruted faction u'uaraiitccd or niotiuy refnudcl. to (JOIMIKL. k into details Tho tnp in so arrangIt V Huck. 'oiiit Forward ! ed as to j:ivc those who have time to Dolly (irvune, HilluduuKhUrof thu make a Ioiik stay an opHrtunlty to do Goobol, Goelnd, of Kentucky, All persons indebted to U. A. Candidate late J It Greene, who iiiiw Iivin iiwir so, ami still oilers many advantage to uro notified thut they must como Fulton, won the ixnl of Mrs A M thu tourist who can only scud a few Ou tho Democratic ticket, forward and Huttle. Delays urn danPleuM) do state dayn. Thin in by far thu must attract Purrv lant week trip ottered thu thn - MUs Ida Hallow will twtuhthiM Fall tv nud instructiveyou should muku your How youincall yonr naino when niH'akhig? gerous. Verbum Sapleuti. public and it hulimil hiiuiM yonr. Mlhool at StuldH go. Or anything that rhymes with knell? Shu is mi ntfalile guutiK lady ami liked arrangement to Farmers Free Column. In Gobble. very much by the scholars of that dis'How art" tliu crop?" From thu Something itthat linen up with wabble? Under thin heading will hereafter be trict. time the first furrow In turned in the published notices not to exceed (1 lines In ii, Geebelr" Son time until tint L'atlirriiiL' of the each, from farmers who aro subscrib-rs- , Is it Gay lad? autumn that Ls a tpjention, in In It Gibbel? who have horses, mules, cows, pro1IJ( IIUIlilll 1; lUMIIp, last grain.H.Mnlm The of that itlv ducts, seed, Arc, for sale, free of charge. What thudivil iiuiistlou bv all clawen, avocations and In it, tell us, profession shows that agriculture is at A licensed bull nt Win. Bcckniuu's. Mr. GocImiI, the vi ry foundation of all induntry and Inquire. Mr. (tobblu, KlliuO and staler, Mis at the root of all s(sial and economical Mr Fred Mr. (Seubln, lyrtle, of ('nly, Ky and Mis Juiioy cueslloiis The conditions and uso of For Salt.. Gobul, comtrii-ntliu laud is the true index to the Pilaris, f ClinUiii, vWtwl Ihutr Giebel, Three good niulen, wagou aud farm )IUs Magxie Hwidfrson sVHral days mercial status of a)l countries. With Gaybel, big implements. Apply to jltst VVIPC what deep solicitude the growing crops . (N. Y Sun. Gobble? Ai.ex. Hick. are watched from day to day. Kvcry The Fulton mid llirkmnii eoniittun' drop of rain, everv beam of sunlight, joint Tej lier Institute U in mhu at every change of weather is noted and MlbCIl t:(MYSF0lt SAhK. Clinton this week. WVprenuitiu that bulletined iu tho market place of tho Three good nijlch covvs for sale. tciiihrrs of this county are in world to show thu favorable or nufayor- all th O. L. UtUG. to Of course wr nball get a denial j nU.uidaiui). able crop coudi' ions. If fur the short Hay for Sale. l)nlen all siitus fait, mill wHhetiiiien space of 00 days thu sunshine and rain of Dewev's leiinirk that our next . . . I havo for sale seveuty tons of good should tie witfiheld by Him who declar- war will be with Germany. It going to lie a ihey don't, then-out iitbeHii end U.fon nuniy ed that so long its tho world stands Heed Dewey hud nucli a thought lie Hay. Timothy, 12.00; Mixed, Clover and Timothy, 11.00; Clover $9 Q0. We knon vh, but we aren I time and harvest shall lie, no man could dav.s. HllUCK IlKNItV Hirlray tlio sullering of the inhabitants would be the last man In tho world going to til) Tho life of tho human of the earth Mrs 11 at Me Turner left on race depends ujhmi thu crops. Verily, to exprena it. Tune hue shown Mr and Mules for Sale. Fniukli.i. Ky , whoru Mrs the king .s fed by t)0 Hold. Tnembiy a iliplptnat as well as h ) itn to be Three good Mules and two harness TnriierJ who Is a grant sufferer from sailor. And if tho Admiral had Mares, for salo, Apply to rhuniualisui, will bV placeil undfr thu Jxo. D. Mayj:s. iMtvopaih.v troatmeut. expressed nuoli a suiititnoul we do not know that it would add e. tl loaves Hread for 11. any to lily reputation us a prophloaves Hread for $1.00 fc- 8 P.ilrnubc hoim" linlustry mid nave from et. Why should our next war be 'JO to UiVo 011 the dollar, at tho Now City with Germain! And in It Nettled bakery that we are to have a "next" wart KVKIIVTIIIXU IS is visiting the Mifvs Leone Fun Are wars liko liado ball games and II. Wcaks. Miss bydia fiimllv of P Your Weight.'' theatrical ougageiiietitn with dates AnrI Hlnari (ioahier is the guest or Mrs .1 F Uoys ftHtt W4H, urrati.odboforoband! Why should ;ur, nod Mr Seth Curliu, n prominent vvuight wo fight Germany, iin.howf Docs How much would yoor iiili"". of Hickmiiu, Is in thu city, nnyn amount to in Silver Dollars at 10 to tho Fresh and Cold I with unt If so, a beret the Fulioti beader. Would yon liku to havo this sho uoniliut IMitindr Mr Ilarvsy Jleriwo'ither and Miss much.' Well, then seo our annonncu-iiiuii- t Not on the North, or the South; Dvorsburg, Tumi , not Iu the West Indies or in (Jen of "Tho Hig Content." Or. Pierce, lnith of In tho tral or South America with married at the Methodist parson Tho Hickman building & Loan ng.. bvthepistor, Itev. V. G lletlny, Oiientt Yes, but not more to Mli Ui persons The happy oilers m Satnnl.iy, July than any other European power. onplu wnil on t bridal trip to Dawson wlshlnir to borrow Money to build lioiuyiuiMiii before homes, to linish paying for property, Hpiiiigs tnnnil the returning to lliejr Jiome ut Dyersburg Are., on e.y terms in iinjijljl ' I.VYMUS, Ah Tuft bolt against (joebol Ib largi i Sou nijlicc fu this Isnno. 1 jsidtively will repair your meiit , jfjar ly magnified, and this is eyidono A JJOVKMKNT ban boon uturlod watch or clock ut 1c. than tliu elieip exjiericiicu. tools and In New OileniiB to ruine money for oil by the expression of Kentucky est. I have the FKUITNKOTAH, can execute thu work. Vours truly, papers received at this ortloe, a Dewej iiiontiiiienl by twiiutj-ftvH. W. Ufi PHOSPHATES, cunt siibbcrlptiuim ICES. Mr Duiilap Murphv, one of the oldcow TllK fiiuipalgu will opun next est htisiiiihs mtiiof Fulton and bst OltUSnUD FRUITS I'or further information in known citlens of this section, died 111 week in lull loruo in thin Stale, for talo. thin olllco, and LEMONADE. 'i,Jfnn, Friday btst We learn that his and the people will then bo ablo iniiro at jillHulfpj vviwpubiioiiarv consumption. to jttdgo for thuintJclvuB. ALL AS ul Farm For Male. JIo wan uif energetic, iiiiiu, jexluinsively known, mid (Jliuuao i.Hinulacliirern reftihO A farm of 100 acres on tho Mississip- COLD AS ICE CAN MAKE THEM, uwAt number of peoylu will hear of his to meet union ntrikeiH In oonfer-eiiuu- , pi river, 2'tt miles below Hickmau, Ky. 'lnutjj wHU profound norn v two houses, and thu indications are that iu high state of cultivation,splendid wa(ouu now cottage house,) men will bo thrown out of ter, oto For further information ap00,000 A KUKSH SUPPLY OK A i. Johnston & Hito. work tbcro H)n woek. ply to SuiUs custom-mad- e Tijp Attompy ,Qei)pral ot tho That Throbbing Headache United titafoa Iiiih rendered; 0lii: Would uuiukly leavo you, if yon loim concerning fianoliltjpa nud, lJFr Kiiljj'n Now Jjifo Pih, Thauniuiiii oonoeHnioiiHgranlod ill Porto Rico of Hniforoni lutvo proved theit- umtuli. w ill be jkivv postal money order Siok and by (he aeuroliity of War, doulnr lesn merit for make pure Norvous build pustal (TllK Fl.M'.Nr CAMM' MAIK) Thoy blood aud iiiUodw"! Iliioughout the Sentoniber mg thai the Secretary hull no such of thu Uaited States in up your health. Only 25o. Money back Hfeceived it not cured. Sold by all druggUtn. It m practically 111 t he nature of check power. drawn 011 thu postotl)iy. department. Gov. MoMillin, Wheat Wanted. Ky., W. (b Wisrr.u, druggist, Hbbjij, Ome Turloy, Dob Taylor, and nild Plantation Chill mvh he ha. among the many ollior iiioiuliienl Tennenseo Hoeu & Evcrhol anuounco that thoy lor many yearn, jind t)w Plantation the a )Hyu lnen UBked to iiinko llndu 0I1UI to.iicn he tho market tg buy wheat, and ty UUllUIlilJi q(!Hdillerunt dovoral peoulien fpr (ol'IioI and aro in tho highest market prico, in lUiHt reliable hobclls, u.U will pay only from tho uuinhio touicn. vvhlglj the Deinu'uiutiu tjuUet jti tl ubifp. any quuutity, suiidl or largo lots. Ttoiw ohllla for a short time. It romovoa UltUOQIHTM,, EVEIteOL, Poe fliey vf)t auuept lUe InviUllow, Uocttus oud tbo ouro la Dcrmuuout, Tho IllK 'omi-ht.1 well-balance- d tW Timely information iivcn Mrs Geo. hron AmoiiL'Ht Loiitf, of New Straitnville, Ohio, saved In tlie two liven A fruitful coiiffh hud Ioiik agrtlnnt nomliM'P kept her awake every nlulit. Sho had i an infldel ot Unit be-Itried many remedies and doctors, but A r In tlie OIiiIhIIiiii rel.L'lotl. ntcadily rew wontu until urged to try Dr. KiuK'n NewDloverv. One hottln y . Avith. of tlm Fulton Lend ...ii.. ' . . iwnony cured ner; and nhe writes, this clmrge imirvelons medicine also cured Mr Long niiflicleiitly of thouL'lit to wrltn .Mr. Gncliel, mid hero l of a severe attack of Pneumonia Such cun are josltIve proof of it.s power to his hiihwpi: cure iill throat, chest and lung tronblen. umy mic ami 91 ou. uuurantued. Trial Mv Dkaii Mil. Ayiiks: to your lmiuiry, I lmvo Isittlcs free ut all drug sUires. In rcsiMHisu this to say: I am, and from my childrUlllilSIIKK'S .N0TICK. hood have been, a member of thu of St Paul's Lutheran clmrch my of this city the church to which Wedenlieto call your attention to parent) beloiiKed in their lifetime 1 the remarkable offer wo mako you in :m a believer in the Christian religion "Tho big Contest." Tho idea of givand the divinity of Jesna Christ ing a man his weight ir. silver dollarn in Very truly, Wm. Goi'.iibl. something new and ntarlling. It Ls well worthy your attention. The absolute fairness of ''The Hig Contest ' can bo WIIKAT WIMi ItK WA.NTKI). seen at once, its oven tho most practical One tliltig HueuiH to lin qtitto printers differ no vend thousands In thoir estimates No educational or other Btire iiiid (hat Ib Unit, while thero qualification will offer advantage iu Hig Contest" n iHrjre sutpluB Btockn of obi "Thu Hig Contest." "ThoYou ntand as In overylMMly'rt contest. In go wlicnt in thin conn to, thoro good a chanco an any other pernon on face tho inuio liea ilciniiml for o very IiiibIi-fl- . thupossessofyour earth. Would you liko to weight iu brand Now, down Shining Tho prion bus been hold Silver Dollars? ! 0plel c s noii-bcl- in i f r BEST VALUES. I BIGGEST STOCK. Z ! Truts That Trusts. A An era of Trusts is upon us. 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It prints with Palace Bleeping Can with more renl nevi, more rfooil olnsn matter, Vedtlbaled Drawiiit; Room aud Hiifel between St more uoml stories, than any oilier. Wednesday and Sittirilay. A good LouIh and Mobile, New Urleans, and Jacksonville, ThoaiHSville Sample copies (roe ro mm Union tontfenU El a. on applltHiion Wtite to J. T. POE. Genenil Tramo Mbiiager, Mobile, Ala. COURIER-JOURNA- L CO,, E. E. POSEY, General Pisengr Agenb LOUISVILLE. KY. 50 gen-lleine- K M Mont-itomer- - A- - wfMa THE IVORY PALACES. Dr. Talmnge oa the Glories of the World to Come. The Altrncllvroeaa of ChrUl, WW Oiirna the Wnr Cor llli rltheul fiultlr to llcnTcn. Copyright. 1S99. Thr ChrUtlan'a Louis Klopsoh. In this discourse Dr. Talmnge sets forth tho glories of the world to come nnd the attractiveness of the Christ, who opens tho way; text, Psalms, 15:8: "All thy garments smell of myrrh nnd nloes nnd cumIu ont of the Ivory pal-nccs- ." Among the grand adornments of the city of Paris Is the church of Notre Dame, with Its great towers nnd elaborate rose windows and scupturlng of the last judgment, with the trumpeting angels and rising dead; Its battlements of (piatte foil; Its sacristy, with ribbed ceiling and statutes of saints. Hut there was nothing In all that great building which more vividly appealed to my plain republican tastes than the costly CHtmenU which lay in oaken presses robes that had been embroidered with gold and been worn by popes and archbishops on great occasions. There was a robe that had been worn by Pius VII. nt tho crowning of the first Napoleon. There was alio a vestment that had been worn at the baptism of Napoleon 11. As our guide opened the oaken presses and brought out these vestments of fabulous cost nud lifted tliem up the fragrance of the pungent aromatics In which they had been preserved tilled the place with a sweetness that was almost oppressive. Nothing that had been done In stone more vividly impressed me than these things that had been done In cloth and embroidery and perfume. Hut 1 open tho drawer of this text, and I look upon the kingly robes of Christ, and as I lift them, flashing with eternal jewels, the whole house is filled with-;th- e aroma of these garments, wiilclifmell of myrrh and nloes and cassia out of the ivory palaces." In my text the King steps forth. Ills robes rustle nnd blaze as he advances. Ills pomp nnd power and glory the, spectator. More brilliant is He than Queen Vashti, moving amid the Persian priuccs; than Marie Antoinette on the day when Louis XIV. put upon her the necklnce of SCO diamonds; than Anne Uolcyn the day when Henry VIII. woleomed her to his palace all beauty and all pomp forgotten while we stand in the presence of this Im perial glory, 'King of ion, King of earth, King of Heaven, King forever! His garments not worn out, not dust bedraggled, but radiant, and jeweled, and redolent. It seems as if they must have been pressed a hundred years amid the ilowers of IIeacn. The wardrobes from which they have been must have been sweeter taken with clusters of enmphire, nnd frankincense, and all jnnunerof precious wood. Do you not inhale the odors? Aye, aye, "They smell of myrrh nnd aloes and cassia out of the hory palaces." Your first curiosity is to know why the robes of Christ are odorous with n myrrh. This was a bright-leafeplant. It was trifoliated. The Greeks, Fgyptinns, Komans nnd Jews bought and sold it at n high price. The first present that was ever given to Christ was a sprig of myrrh thrown on His infnntlle bed in Ilethlehem, and the last gift that Christ ever had was myrrh pressed into the cup of His cruThe natives would take a cifixion. stone and bruise the tree, nnd then it would exude n gum that would saturate all the' ground beneath. This gum was used for purposes of merchandise. One pieee of It no larger than n chestnut wou!dvyheIni tf whole room with odors. It was put in closets, in chests, in drawers, in rooms, nnd its perfume adhered almost Interminably to anytliinp ucnr read that ft. So when in my text Christ's garments smell of myrrh I Immediately conclude theexqulsitcsvect-nes- s of Jesus. I know that to mnny He is only like liny historical person another John Howard, unother philanthropic Ober-lanother Confucius, n grand subject for a painting, a heroic theme for n poem, u beautiful form for a statue, but to those who have heard His voice and felt Ills pardon and reoclved His benediction lie is music and light nnd warmth nnd thrill and eternal fragrance, sweet as a friend sticking to you when all else betray, lifting you up while others try to push you down, not so much like morning glories that bloom only when the sun is coming up. nor like "four o'clocks," that bloom only when the sun Is going down, but like myrrh, perpetually nromntic, the same morning, noon and night, yesterforever. It seems ns If wc day, cannot wenr Him out. We put on 111m nil our burdens nnd afflict Him with all our griefs and set Him foremost in (ill our battles, and yet He Is ready to lift ami to sympathize and to help. Wc have so imposed upon Him that one would think in eternal affront He He would quit our soul, and yet addresses us with the same tenderness, dawns upon us with the same smile, pities us with' the same compassion. There Is no name like His for us. It is more Imperial than Caesar's, more muslcnl than Beethoven's, more conquering than Charlemagne's, more eloquent than Cicero's. It throbs With all It life. It weeps with all pathos. groans with nil pain. It stoops with nil condescension. It breathes with nil 'ho like Jesus to set a perfume. broken bone, to pity a homelcna orphan, to nuroe a sick man, to tnke a prodlgnl hank without any Bcolding, to illumine a cemetery all pTowed with graves, to moke a queen unto God out of the lost woiiiun. lo catch the tears of human sorrow in a lachrymatory that shall nvr'b broken V Who has such to-da- y oxer-mast- er d Abys-linln- 1 n. to-da- to-da- y an eye to sec our need, sucn n lip to kiss away our sorrow, such n hand to snatch us out of the lire, such n foot to trample our enemies, such a henrt to embrace all our necessities? I struggle for some metaphor with which to express Him He is not like the bursting forth of n full orchestra; that la too loud. He is not like the sea when lashed to rnge by the tempest; that Is too boisterous. He Is not like the mouutnn, its with the lightnings; that Is too solitary. Give us a softer type, n gentler comparison. We have seemed to bch Him with our eyes nnd to hear Him with our ears and to touch Him Me with our hnnda. Oh. that might appear to some other one of our five senses! Aye, the nostril shall discover His presence. He comes upon us like spleu gales from llenven. Yea. Ills garments smell of lasting and nil pervasive myrrh. Wo ul (ft that you all knew his sweetness' How soon vou would turn from all other attractions! If tho philoso pher leaped out of Ills until in n irenzy of joy and clapped his hnr.dsnnd rushed through the street because he hed found the solution of a mathematical problem, how will you feel leaping from the fountain of a Saviour's mercy and pa i don. washed clean and made white ns snow, when the question has been soled: "Hov can my sum he d saved?" Naked, frostbitten, nuul, let Jesus this hour throw ii rou ul thee the "garments that smell of myrrh and aloes and cassia out of the Ivor, palaces." Your second curiosity Is to know why the robes of Jesus are odorous with aloes. There U .ome difference of opinion nlout where these aloes grow, what is the color of the flower, what is the particular appearance of the herb. Suffice it for you nnd me to know thnt aloes mean bitterness the world over, and when Christ conies with garments bearing that particular odor they suggest to me the bitterness of a Saviour's sutterings. Were there ever such nights ns Jesus lived through uights on the mountains, nights on the sea, nights In the desert? Who ever had such a hard reception as Jesus had? A hostelry the first, an unjust trial in oyer and terminer another, a yelling mob the last. Was there a space on His back as wide as your two fingers where he wns not whipped? Was there n space on Ills brow an inch square where he wns not cut of the briers? When the spike struck at the instep, did it not go clean through to the hollow of the foot? Oh, long, deep, bitter pilgrimage! Aloes, aloes! John leaned his head on Christ, but who did Christ lean on? live thousand men fed by the Saviour. Who fed Jesus? The sympathy of a Saviour's heart going out to the leper and the adultress; but who soothed Christ? He had a fit place neither to be born nor to die. A poor babe! A poor lad! A poor young man! Not so much us a taper to cheer Ills dying hours. Kvcn the can dle of the sun snuffed out. tvns it not all nloes? Our sins, sorrows, bereavements, losses nnd till the agonies of earth and hell picked up ns in one cluster and squeezed Into one uup that pressed to His lips until the acid, nauseating, bitter draft was swallowed with a distorted countcuaucc and u shudder from head to foot and a gurgling strangulution. Aloes! Aloe! Nothing but aloes! All this for Himself? All this to get the fame in the world of being a martyr? All this in a spirit of stubborness, becaus- - he did not like Caesar? No, no! All this because He wanted to pluck me nnd you from hell. Hecause He wanted to ra!sc me and you to Heaven, l'ccnusc we were lost, and He wanted us found. Heeause wc were blind, and He wanted us to sec. Heeause we were serfs, and O ye He wanted- us manumitted. In whose cup of life the saccharine has predominated; O ye who have had bright and sparkling bevtoward erages, how do you feel Him who in your stead unil to puithnsc your dislnthrallment took the aloes, "the unsavory aloes, the bitter aloes? Your third curiosity is to know why these garments of Christ are odorous with cassia. This was a plant which grew In India and the adjoining Islands. You do not care to hear what kind of n flower it had or what kind of n stalk. It h enough for me to tell you that it was used medicinally. In that land and In that age, where they knew but little about pharmacy, cassia was used to arrest many forms of disease. So, when In my text we llndChrist coming with garments that smell of cassia, It suggests to me the healing and curative power of the Son of God. "Oh," you say, "now you have a superfluous idea! We are not sick--. Why do we want cassia? We arc athletic. Our respiration is perfect. Our limbs are lithe, und on bright cool days we feel we could bound like a roe." I beg to differ, my brother, from you. None of you can be better In physical health than 1 am, nnd yet 1 must say we have taken the diagnosis arc all sick. of your case nnd have examined nil the best authorities on the subject, und have to tell you thnt you nru "full of wounds and bruises nnd putrefying hores, which have not been bound up The or mollified with ointment." marasmus of sin is on us, the palsy, the dropsy, the leprosy. The man that is in the next street expiring the nllopathlc und homeopathic doctors have given him up und his friends now standing nrouud to take his last woiJs is no more certainly dying as to his body than you and I are dying unless we have taken the medicine from God's apothecary. All the leaves of this Ulble arc only so mnny prescriptions from the Divine Physician, written, not In Latin, like the prescriptions of enrthly tilivslclntis. but written In nlain Eng lish ay that a "man, though a fool, need not err therein." Thank God that tho Saviour's garments smell of cassia! Suppose a man were sick, und there wnj n phial on his mnntelplece with medicine he knew would cure him, and he refused to take It, wtiat would .tuu brow-wreatheto-da- y storm-Inshc- foul-mouthe- - 1 1 say of hfm? He Is a aulclde. And what EPIGRAMS BY BRYAN. do you say of that man who, sick in sin, Delivered In luiurrntlr T nlh has the healing medicine of God's grace Term- - nntl TnklnK offered him nnd refuses to take it? If Mtylr. he dies, he Is a suicide. People talk as' uiougn uotl tooK a mnn and led him out WHIInm J. Ilryau has an enlcram- to darkness and dcuth, as though He irttli manner of speech which rivets brought him up to the cliffs nnd then tPiitlnn and eutises the truth of his pushed him off. Oh, nol When a mnn is lost, It is not because God rui&hes him utterance to sfrlke home nnd to re off; it is because he jumps off. In olden main constantly In the memory. In his recent address delivered nt the times n suicide wns burled nt the crossroads, and the people were necustomen Auditorium meeting llrynn was unto throw stones upon his grnve. So It usually forceful and remarkably wise seems to mo there may be at this time in his remarks, nud the entire speech a man who is destroying his soul, and was masterly in its logic nud Irresistias though the angels of God were here ble In its eloquence. In dealing with the subject of the to bury him nt the point where the roads of life and death cross each other, trusts, the grent democratic lender throwing upon the grnve the broken spoke words thnt cannot bo forgotten. Inw nnd n great pile of mlslmproved Among other things ho said: "The trust is bad because of the moprivileges so that those going by may look at the fearful mound nnd learn nopoly feature. When a few people what n suicide it Is when an immortal control u product necessary to humun soul for which Jesus died puts itself existence, then those few control to u large etent the lives and the happiout of the way. When Christ trod this planet with ness of nil who produce those articles, i of flesh, the people rushed after all who work in producing, und nil who Him people who were sick and those furnish the raw material used in Ifs who. being so sick they could not walk, manufacture. "Inn wc nfforj to build up in this nawere brought by their friends. Here 1 tion n system by which u few shall see a mother holding up her little to chllil, crying: "Cure this croup, lird transmit wealth from generation J.Mis! Cure this scarlet feverl" And generation, where the masses can only others: "Cure this ophthalmia! Give hope fur a clerkship under some trust? 'If they say there Is no way to stop ease and rest to this spinal distress! the trust that the republicans nre doStraighten this club foot!" Christ In made every house where He Mopped a ing all they enu, remember that it do not believe that in the within the power of the president to dispensary. general who will 10 centuries which have gone by since, appoint nn attorney trusts, even If 1I!h henrt has got hard. 1 feci that wo enforce the law against he has to go out of the republican party can come now with all our wounds of soul nud get Ills benediction. O Jesus, t j get the attorney general. "And if the law on the statute books here we nre! We wnnt healing. We Is insufficient, it is within the power of want sight. We wnnt health. We want life. "The whole need not a physician, the attorney general to propose laws but they that are sick." Ulessed be which are sufficient, nnd if the constiGod thnt Jesus Christ comes through tution stands In the way, It Is within this nascmhlnge now. Ills "gnrments the power of the attorney general to recommend an amendment to the consmelling of myrrh" thnt means aloes" they mean bitter stitution which will give to congress plenary power to deal with thin subject. sacrillcinl memories "and cassia" "Hut the republican party Is owcr-lrs- s that means medicine nnd cure. to annihilate thr trusts so long According to my text. He comes "out money to keep of the ivory palaces." You know, or, the trusts furnish the the republican party In power." 1 will tell you now if you do not know, These words should be studied carethat some of the palaces of olden time fully by every man who has the good of were ndorned with Ivory. Ahab nnd Solomon had their homes furnished the people at heart. In them will be found the nrrnlgn-inec with it. The tusks of African and of the trust, the description of Its elephants were twisted into all manners of shapes, and there were evils, the suggestion of tho icinedy, the stairs of ivory and chairs of ivory and impeachment of the republican party peo. tables of ivory nnd pillars of Ivory nnd and the demonstration that the need hope for no relief from that window s of Ivory and fountains of Ivory th.it dropped into basins of ivory party. Seldom has so much of truth, wisnnd rooms that had ceilings of ivory. dom nnd epigram been epreed with Oh. white nud overmastering beauty! in Grern tree branches sweeping the such lersenes. There nre volumesChilew than half a hundred lines. white curbs. Tapestry trailing the snowy floors. Hrnckcts of light Hash cago Democrat. lug on the lustrous surrounding!. SH-- j ALGERISM IS GONE. very music rippling on the bench of the , , . , . .. . ' nrcucs. ...ine mere iiiougui or u nimosi r.rtlrcnirtil nf thr I.'iithnlniril Srcrr- i stuns my brain, and you say: "Oh, If turj" nt Wnr IJnrimr- could only have walked over such iik' floors! If could have thrown myself Filigree of Michigan make an Gov. in such a chair! If I could have heard the drip ami dash of those fountains!" LrOpaiSloned defense of Alger. Ho says You shall have something better than that it will be learned "thnt the prei-Jon- t himself has been responsible, tor that If you only let Christ introduce tc whntevcr mistakes have been made In you. From that place lie came, nnd that place He proposes to transport you, conducting the wnr," nnd adds: "I am for His "garment smell of mjrrbnno' told on the very best authority that Gen. Alger made very few appointnloes nnd cassia out of the ivory What a place Heaven must be! ments of officers during the wnr, und The Tuilerles of the French, the Wind- that the commissions were Issued alsor castle of the English, the Spanish most entirely upon the orders of the nlhambra, the Kusslaii kremlin, nre president." The country takes very little stock in mere dungeons compared with it! Not so many castles on either side of the Gov. Filigree's attempt to represent Hhlneason both sides of the river of God Alger us un innocent victim of the hosthe ivory palaces! One for the nii tility of the trusts. The embalmed gels, insufferably bright, winged, lire secretary has several dollars In his eyed, tempest charioted; one for the pocket, and more thnn two or three martyrs, with blood red robes from un- of them have been put there by his der the nltnr; one for the King, the Intimate relations with trusts notably steps of His palace the crown of Hie the Diamond match and paper trusts. Of course, If Algerlsin was nothing church militant; one for the singers who lend the one hundred nnd fort but MeKlnleyUm, nnd if the retirement nnd four thousnnd; one for you ran. of Alger docs not Involve any change somed from sin; one for me, plucked In the methods of the wnr department, from the burning. Oh, the Ivory pal- the criticisms thnt hnvc been directed against the secretary of war will be aces! It seems to me ns If the win- alined hereafter at the president. The people have regarded the dows of those paluces were Illumind of Alger as the first step for some great victory, and I look ami in u radical reform of the ubuses that see climbing the stairs of Ivory nnd walking on lloors of Ivory und looking have disgraced und crippled our service. They hnve expected to from the windows of Ivory some whom we knew and loved on earth. Yes, I sec It followed by the appointment of know them. There nre fntlcr and a new general in the Philippines, by in the rotten stuff mother, not 82 yenrs und 79 y ears u n thorough shake-uwhen they left us, but blithe and y our g bureaus at Washington, nnd hv the as when on their wedding day. At U substitution of homst military meththere arc brothers nnd sisters, mcrnu ods for political favoritism. They exthan when wc used to romp ncross the pect, for Instance, to see nn immedimeadows together. The cough gone ate end of the dragging Carter scandal. Of course If nothing of this sort is The cancer cured. The crysipelni healed. The heartbreak over. Oh, limv meant, nud if Alger has had to go, not fair they arc in the Ivory palaces! And because he disgraced und demoralized your dear little children that went out the army, but because he becumi- n from you Christ did not let one ol candidate for the senate ngnlnst n them drop ns He lifted them. He did friend of the president, the public will not wrench one of them from you. No tnlo no interest In Hils departure. Hut until it has proof to the contrary, .They went ns from one they loved well to one whom they loved better. If J the Journal will continue to believe thnt should take your little child and prcs the change really meaiiH reform. The Its soft face ngnlnst my rough cheek, selection of Alger's successor encourI might kiep Itn little while; hut when ages II In this hope. That .Mr. Hoot Is you, the mother, came along it would a corporation lawyer is merely a neces-sarqualification for service under u struggle to go with you. And so you stood holding your dying child when corporation administration. The only Jesus passed by in the loom and Hit question with which wc hnve to conlittle one sprung out to greet Him. cern ourselves is whether he Is u good Thnt Is all. Your Christian dead did man of his kind, and that luyertuinly not go down into the dust nnd the Is. He Is no soldier, but he is so Ingravel and the mud. Though It riiimd finitely superior to Alger that we have nil thnt funeral day and the water came n right to expect him to Instituted revouptothe wheel's hubnsyoiiiiroieout to lution In the conduct of hlsdcpiirtmcnt. the cemetery, It made no difference to X. Y. Jouyinl. them, for they stepped from the home Is It strange that a republican or- here to the home there, right into the gan like tho New York Tribune hna to Ivory palaces. All is well with them '.ake the party, to task for false preAll is well. tenses and broken pledges? Is there u shade of doubt that WHIInm MeKln-leQueer Co lire on of llnttona, 1V showing wenl.ncss where The wife of un English clergymnn Mrength wns needed, has given the has made n collection or all tlie button for such attacks upon the chll placed In the offertory bags during thl service nn this by the. republicans of last two or inrec years and nun iiistenet Kentucky? If the next rupubllcnn rathem to cardboard In vnrious cunu.n tional plntfrrm Is copied from that shapes of nuimnls, birds nud flower built nt LouMvIllc, It will not be theg As a bunr Is shortly to take place ICenttichiaiih who arc to blame for connection with me church wiirk, s the example. The blame will rest has had these button picture phot Providence JourIn the whlto house grnptieit and copies will U on sale nal, ill mm fo-i1 nt PREPARING TO WIN. Democrats Uniting Itcml? to Out the Knrmles of the PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. Asl-nti- 1 j - - 1 1 lllr. " To-da- y orously assist the national NEW SUBSTITUTE FOR COAL. In the work of orgnulnttou. The fomenting or the continuance of local fat, anil llnllvtajs Im tlonnl disputes means distinct lessen Jill of Ihr lluaaln Arc I alliu A'lnlWI lug of the chances of democratic ictoty Oil for Purl. In 1000. There will be no such elements of weakness manifested If democrat! Ill nppearance aslatkl, n product of place the good of the pnrty above self, lull personal ronsiderntlnns. St. Loult the oil wells of llaku, Isadnrk, vlscuous fluid, not more Inflammable than vegeRepublic. table oil and cm so than coal. As n NOT RID OF ALGERISM. ttistm producer it hit no rival nnd the demand for this purHn.e It eoustnntly Until MrKlnlry linn ihr Conntr nu the Increase. Nothing else Is burned Will nl Hr I'rrril front Moon railways In central Asia, the lten Ailinlnll rndiio. and southern liussia, on the lllnek tea, Caspian and river at comers, Yielding to presaure. Algrr ha at and In the Innumerable Industrial last resigned. He is mi Id to feel ex- work which tire springing into existtremely bitter over his practical eject- ence on the Auiv littoral. ment from office, and he has n rtsrht Oh the railway which employ this so to feel; for AlgerV senatorial apl ra- hMltttltutc for rsuii locomotive tenders tion Is a mighty thin pretext for his re- are not piled high with black diamonds, moval by an nilmlulstrntlou whleh apnstatkl tank, but carry a Jieet-lroprove.! and stood by the emlmlmcd which U filled by pumping or the force beef, the death fiiiip, and. In short, of gravity. Numerous nre the systPin went the whole dance, mi farns thecsin of feeding" furnaces with aMatkl; and, duct of the vvar vvas t indeed, every engineer has Ids n. President .MeKlnley stood by Algtr apparatus. The principle of nil la thnt when to have removed him would butt of the Hoot's blower. A current of been popular, lie nw remove him ttwuii, or prrVrnldy nlr, carrying with condihi rcsdgniitlon or force undrr Is In tions whleh malte Alger something of a it the fuelhighiiiIhhIc subdivision, a pieMiire through martyr, and are well cnleulntM to forced . ill create sympathy with the Michigan iimrle called n "pulterliier," Into thr tubular Interior of the IniHcr to be man nt the administration's expense be it understood (and thin every heated. For The result is nn Intensely white, roarndminist ration organ has admitted over of and over again), Mr. Alger's conduct ing ilauir, and In pulverWera ns the latest type the value of astatki of the w..r department had President with eonl on a steBin raiser Is as McKlulcy'i. unshaken confidence und 2 to 1, The former sells ut Itakn at countsupport. So long is he could be ed ujton for the second temf, his rrslg IS.50 per ton, and when the pipe line Is nation was not ntkrd for, nud not dr connecting that p'tier with Hntoiim at complete astatki will be delivered sired. This enforced resignation comes the steamer's side nt something like too late to relieve President IcKlnlr-beef, four dollars. At the latter price coal from responsibility for the rotten the rotten transport!, the suffering and will dearly be unable to compete with death of hundreds of soldiers who never Its youthful rival. Nor do the advantages of astatki end with Its ehenpness. saw Cuban soil. Engines burning It require no army of Of Alger, the country rid; of Algerlsin, It will not be rid until William .M- stokers, for nil that Is necessary in the Inrgest Is a man to regulate the supply eKlnley nnd the administration responsible therefor have been retired to pri- by taps. There Is no smoke, litter or dust. Many a passenger by ocean vate life. Albany Argus. tteamer will IiIcm the day when asPARAGRAPHIC POINTERS. tatki shnll supplant coal, and the stokers who nre roasted alive In tropical Let Alger not repine. Ambition vvnters will have still greater reaJioii to has its incuts and hounds. Albany Ar- be thankful for the revolution. Fall I Cnu-omsiih forgot to wind An Insinuation.--- "I my watch when I left home." "KhV Arc you living at the pawnbroker'?" lVonlr. Cleveland Plain Dealer. Mr. Brynn's summary of the work acShe "Didn't you feel like chipping complished by the democratic national your hands while she was singing?" committee nt Its recent meeting in Chi- He "Yes; clapping my hands over my cago presents the results of that con- curs." Yonkera Stntesiiiau. ference ns bearing upon the presidenHe "I've bought a bicycle for two " tial campaign of next y ear in u clear and ,She "Oh, Jnulf, this Is so Midden!" He positive light. continuing) "for two dollar- - less There l good renson to believe that than my last one cost." Phllndelphla mi exceptionally compact and harmonillccord. ous organization of the natlnniil democFuildy -- "You speak about Twiggcr' by the Chicago friends. Why, he hasn't a friend In the racy has been Insured action of the committee. Party lines world." Untidy ".My, but Isn't Hint for the niaiiiigeinent.of the next cum. awful? Who does ho get to borrow pnlgn have been more closely drawn. money from him?" Huston Transcript. Notice has been distinctly served that "Now, on this question of the trust," local fnetlonal differences will not bo sold the frayed wayfarer with un Inpermitted toutleet the harmony of pur. terest in public affairs. "No, sir," said pose prevailing in the national organibartender, stolidly but significantzation. Participants In these local dis- the "we don't trust." Philadelphia llul-I- t ly, agreements have been urged to reach tin. for th nn nmlenble understanding Ferdy "I love you bettuw than my good of the pnrty. Ethel Woolly aw-li- fe! Mr. llrynn Is justified In his expres"Ah, Ferdy! Hut how do know but that the recent work sion of satisfaction thnt you nre one of those Hobsou or of the '.intlonul democratic eoiuiiiltlv sort of men, who vnlue their places the party In excellent shape foi Fiiuston naught?" Puck. Aggressive lives at I'.mr. the cauipnlgn of Ills Training "Are you the man who movement will not be delayed until aftadjournment of the democratic advertised for a track walker?" he er the national convention, ns was the cutis asked, ns he put his head In the dor In 1S00. Tho organization of the pnrty of the rallrijnd olllee. "Yes," said the will have been perfected, nnd, within mnn at the desk; "what quallficntlomi?" platform of principles elenrl.v euulat-ed- , "Heeti nn actor Ihree years." Yoi.ker Its systematic efforts for democratic Statesman. A teacher In a north of England bonrd victory will begin the moment thedem. school was recvntly examining n elnst ocrntlc stnudnrd liearer Is named. In the grent light ngnlnst the trust of small lMiys In mental arithmetic. She evil, the fight of the people led by de- said: "If your fat her gave your mother and two Kiund tomocracy, effective organization is Im- 30 shillings perative. It Is good to see this organi- morrow, what would she have?" And n small hoy ucnr the Ixittom of the zation begun at nn early day by it Is Incumbent tinn chos replied; "She would hnve a tit." ninimicei'sSpare Moments. the pnrty In each and every slnte tovlg. Jul 1 -- to-da- y the-part- .i com-jMir- rd gus. mili-tnr- y p - y y, 1 1 big-m- il het-lin- i The ailmlnUtratlnu would be In more creditable position if Algtr'nres Ignntlon had been tendered nnd accepted a year or more ago. Pittsburgh Dispatch. Thcru will probably be no antitrust' plank In the next rcpublicnn national platform, but it wilt be used by the Hauna crowd merely as a good thing to wipe their feet on. St. Louis itepubllc. Alger's Incumbency wns one of the grave misfortunes of war, which the nation suffered In silence while vast treasure nnd precious blood were poured out ns the price of error. Philadelphia Keeonl. If the administration had given to the Filipinos the assurance of Independence given to the Cubans there would hnvu been no bloodshed. If that assurance were given now hostilities would cense William J. llrynn. Dumping Alger overboard Is not enough to icstore the MeKlnley administration to popular favor. The dumping process must be persisted in until he is , lid of all the brood of advisers who have misled him into bypaths that lead to defeat and disgrace There are others than Alger. Dump them. Omaha l'lio cabinet Is now equally divided between the east and the middle west, but there Is no member from west of Iowa or south of .Missouri. Nearly every member of tho cabinet is very wealthy. Hay married the daughter of Amiisa Stone, the Cleveland millionaire. Gage was president of oiii of the leading national banks of the counLong Is Independently rich. try. Hitchcock Isn protected manufacturer. The two able attorneys, Hoot mid Griggs, are best known as corporation lawyers nnd (Irlgg 1ms no time, he says, to fight the trusts. It Is emphatic.-. ly a cnpHi'.istlo aggregation. o Coutfjr. -- Mall Magalne. THE CHINESE Hr la llnr ail .Vt EAR-CLEANE- R. nla lit Ihr MlrniiKr I'rofrfatoa. III.Mot with III 1 1 it ii M .Slrrrla, fights there Is probably nothing that appears so strange ut first sight to the American us the Chinese car cleaner pursuing his calling on the street corners. The Chinaman so engaged Is provided with a stool and small bamboo case, in which nre Inclosed his Instruments. The. Filipino Is just ns sure of having hlr. ears cleaned on Sunday us uu American is of having u shave, and in the bye streets and ulleywtiys they lino up for nil tin world liken barber shop on Sunday morning, the only difference being the Chliiumaii can't say "next!" First of nil the Chiuo takes a razor which looks more like u propeller blade than anything else, nud, wiping the nee with a wet nig, proceeds to mop the dirt therefrom. While watching this part of the proceedings was surprised ut the flexibility of the native nose as demonstrated by the skillful fingers of the operator. To windward, to lecwiirtl, on Its stern, beuiii and bow tho native's nose Is rapidly twisted lo mold the aforesaid ruor. Having the real estate from the native's face, the Chluumiiii turns to the more. difficult task of ear cleaning. The sm.llcht spot of dirt nnd tin.1 tiniest tieshworin Is removed before the operation is coiuplctt, nud from tins "henvenly cxprcssior" one would linng-In- e that the operation yviik anything but pleasant. Manila Freedom. vie-tim- In this city of strange nntl unusual 's I Wofld-Heral- I Iluf-fal- Iloiiirinailr, The trouble with men getting Into our best society is thnt they nru mostly uudc in this couutry I'uck. j self-mad- e . iXmVm ityimm !. "; 4 EXniBITING STOCK. .None Hut OUR SPORTS IN HAVANA. Cahaim llrnilllr Takr (u Iuk, llucl.nll, (ii.lf aail Illlietf Auiuariiirn 0M TRIFLING CAUSES l.iinu und ItlooU) ConHlela lu Uu I'n!. the llen( NI11111I1I lie .IIioitb, nil Then (lnl- In .Xtnt ,Vi- prutril Ynril 1'nrni. - llortr llao-- flunrrrla lln'tr llriiKht Oa (. RAISING PHEASANTS. Uiprrlfiico of York I'liriiicr Miu llim llren i:iiuiikmI (it llir lliikliM'im Minn- - Tlmr, it fiew Wc titiiillv roiiiil (in a HO per cent. Iintcli of pIioiiHtiiit i'Kf,'H- - 'l'lir.v ('III t iimlcr tirilliinr.v lieim. The . oitit liuteli In from 1M to 2U iln.v. We put the old hen In u coop In the llelil mid let the young plieiiKiml run at Inrjc In the UniKh, They neurry iivvtiy niiil Keep out of hijfht until firilliifr time, when they ull mine bnek. We let thi'iu May here until llic.v lircomr mi hirjfe that tlitj won't jjo Into the eoop, then Jet them K't u little Iniiniry until they are vvlll-lii- .t to go Invldc, then kIiiiI them Up and ilip one wiiij;. After thnt they enti he ke t within hound. The Held in which M-- The real giiiulue exhibitor l n gentleman at all timet and In nil plneeM lie known IiIh biiHlncRH, comen with good stock nnd brlugb It out In the pink of condition, lie known the noelety, and bin superintendent lias hpnrrd no pniiu or enpenne to secure tin good Judgen as they could get, according tt their bent knowledge. While he hopes to get tits iduire of the prlen, yet after lie Ik beaten by a rhnl he In good enough Judge hiuuelf to know hewiu Louchtly beaten, nnd not Nlgn or a word Ih giwii thnt rhnwK dissatisfaction. Willi thin kind of exliibitorn it If a pleamire to hIiijw, to judge or lo tune ti your department. It Ik thin kind- of a show man Unit can lend a bullock Into the ring and place him In position to show ewiy good point about iilin, and If Ids nnlmiil in entitled to tint blue r'hhoii he lisuulh getn it. The preparing and showing of hit xtoek '.n a Imrd tusk, no let iin show none but th bent, and show It in proper show yard firm. It In a great nihertisement to the breeder ami owner for bin busl ues, end in an educator to the admiring vrowd at the ringside. Many a .xoung man him watched the shown at our great fairs ami exhibitions-- has neen the magnificent nuliualn brought out, and Iiiih got bin llrst Ideas regard lug improwd llw stock breeding, lie bus gone home with n feeling that he must drop the scrub nnd raise better stock or none, and in after yrnrn haa become one of the foremost breeder and show men of bin day, and In a benefit to the community in whleh he lives,--A- . .1. Iowjoy, before the .Nebraska Im. proved Live Stock Urveders 11 , oc!a-Hon- An army oflleer said to a Hiirana Her-ai- d reporter recently that, In Ids opinion, the nueeesnful meet of a Jockey club, combined with the enthusiasm which cxlstn for baseball, to be followed, lie predicted, by golf, tciidn to piove that American amunementn will take root In Culm. Coutliiiiiilg, he suld: "Heaven npeed the day vv'hen the rock lights mid the bttllllghls aie superseded by contests Improving to the morul auil physical nature! The sill lorn, luiiririrn and olllerta have given a p.'tictleal demoiiHtratiou of wliat the,) can do, nnd 1 trust that our Insular and peninsular frleudn will now follow suit. Why should there not ha and vaultfoot ruees, Jumping, ing? Perhaps, some of our Cuban friends would like to piny polo or Their small, wiry ponlen would give them an Immense advuutagi: in thin respect over the large American huise. "If ('apt. Hellnlin In an well posted in Tat le sal) rules unvr believe him lobe, no doubt he could get up a neiMen of exercises Involving the Ilalaklavn melee und pegging, participation- In whleh would be healthful and Instructive to those who witnessed. "Capt. I.ueieti Young lint; shown himself such uu admirable Judge, nnd citlen that we venture to suggest that he provide an nipi.itlo contest between soldiers, Ctibann, nailora und marines." ring-tilling. 1 hWkiy warn have had trifling ennsrn. nayn Leslie's Weekly. A dispatch in one or two points by lllsinnick biought on the Praiico-Ocriiiieonlliet. Palmerstou snld fiuetlously that only three men In Ihnope ever knew what the Schlenvvlg-llulstcli- i troubles which led to the wins vveie. uboiit, mid two of them died befoie Iheconlllels began, while he, the Uiiid man, hud forgdtten. A nllchliiig reference by I'rcderlek the Oreut of Prussia to Mine. Pompadour of Prance was said to have been one of the causes of the .Seven Yenra war, sometimes called the "war of the three petticoats" fiom the fact that the Pi mice of Pompadour and the Itiisslu or Catherine II. Joined the A. istria of Murla "Did you know that Jinicox had returned from the Klondike?" "Ves." "He made a big trike, I eucis." "Why do you think o? "I met him out at one of the Rardeni. He was blowin-f- j the boys off to a oot' time nnd was telling them tome great ptoricn about the country up there." "Oh! Then you must have'run nczofshirn iuU after I hnd beon fool enough to let him have five dollars with which to get a new Hart in life." Chicago Timcs-IIezal- nin Strike. V aaaaVdBVaBMBVal Head Aehe ? Are your nerves weak? Can't you sleep well? Pain in your back? Lack energy? Appetite poor? Digestion bad? Bolls or pimples? These arc sure signs of . noes vmip "f .T.f f.f.f.1 1 Illcli Yet StnrvlttK. Doctors frequently have very wealthy patients who are starving to death. They linvB tnnrii'V tn Imv food, but their stotnach has not the strength to digest it. Itheslhcre' a heavy fermented mass, the sole causeof dyspepsia, nervousness and bihouincis. Tlie surest tcmedy to cure a weak stomach is.' IlostcUir's Stomach Hitters. It will restore vigor to the digestive organs. Nothing is , "just as good." See that a private Revenue btamp covers tlie nccK ot me uoiiie. m poisoning. m ii The Klilnnplntf Thetesa against Frederick. According to John Ilrlght, Ungland nnd her allien drifted Into the Crimean assistant accomplice. the chief. "N'ow, nd "Good!" exclaimed war without leullinglt until after they dress the box to that yellow journal, and write the editor that we will furnish exclugot In, and they did nut know what they of the reto were lighting for even afler they start- sive clews the the whereabouts less two per child for $10,000, mainder of x eertaln that everything ed; while it cent, for spot cash." Standard and Catholic which is supposed to have been by that results of a ipiartcrof 11 century of war beginning with the commencement of the French revolution and ending witli Unlet foo "pleased nobody und settled nothing," uccordlng to tShcil tlnn. The nvernge person who lived In those duyn knew n little about the causes of the slaughter an old Kaspar did about the battle of lllctiheim when "What have you done with the child?" asked the chief kidnaper. "Just boxed his cars," replied the eighth Trnt. From what poisons? From poisons that are always found in constipated bowels. If the contents of the bowels arc pot removed from the body each day, as nature intended, these poisonous sjbstances arc sure to be absorbed into the blood, always causing suffering and ' j frequently causing severe disease. There is a common cense cure. r j" len Times. - toast-mast- er "Dear me, the circus isn't what it used to be." "Now, John, stop: the circus is all right; it is you that has changed. You know you couldn't climb a pole, turn a double somersault or skin the cat to save your life." Detroit Free Press. I.mtlr fun Wnir Hlior One siro smaller after using Allen's Foot-Easa powder for tlio feet. It makes tight or new shoe easy Cures swollen, hot, e, LocntlnK tlie Trouble. I AVERS They daily insure an easy and natural movement of the bowels. You will find that the use of I :.'i ! .i ri ; i 1 ! J questioned by little Peterkin. LIFE. m MAN FROM MEMPHIS. SAMOAN Ilia Oplulon of Clilcaica U'raltirr Wan Kormrd from srlnif a Itudla- - Whaa Not lur Hilririium, at War Tlirr Mara Kasr and Aitrrralila Time. Vrr sweating, aching feet, Ingrowing nails, corns und bullions. At all druggist una shoo stores. '.Be. Trial packavo FKKE bv mall. Address Allen S. Olmsted, Lo Hoy, N. Y. five minutes a woman can dean up a man's room in such a way that it will take him 'five days to find out where she put KNOMHM rilllASANTfl. thfy tay of well-ilralue- In mirniuiirtrd with iiml I'oiitxihik tlire- ot wire iiettiui; hind. iilK-uai- arrt i lining of the right sleeve gone already! Alrni Keiiniinilenl. Slltnt Well, you can darn it, can't you? In desirable to keep sheep When It Mr. Ciwllllnmn lie does worne thnn In janls near the barn for the purpose PRESERVING EGGS. thnt every time he puts it on. Chicago of soiling a structure can be made as Tribune. t nl tlir follows: A green paddock of alwiut an Itrsulta or li acre is divided by fnucs into four parts. Caiiniliiui (iin rriuiirul 1'nrni THE MARKlvTS. A partly open slicd with feed ruvknall III (I t II Mil. CINCI N.tATI. AUff. t. around it is placed In the center, l'or t LIVESTOCK S C The ('nm.dlnn experiment farm nt iO sheep n building SO feet sipiure Is Select liutrhers s iu t 5 j - fair tocoinl lltliu CAI.VK0 00 ot 15 Ottawa In iiitereMed in poullry experllOO CoarsB and lienvy IU fc 4 IS Mlxril imeWi. iment. Among other things, Prof, 44U &4M i.lullt 4 40 (ft 4 0V rlhiitt, the I'hemUl, Ii.ih been tenting 'jgrfAaagtflV. - RUKKI'-O.i--.kc hhliirrs 4 03 $. 4 Itt prcNcrvntivcii for 'ggK. J.lme water I.AMH1isprlni? tui j. tl ftl Kt.Oflt Inter tHiieni 3 SO ft 3 ft) iiml "water gliiK" were used. The Jreil ft fis'j lime water wuh made by jnittiug two No 3rel Qi o; Corn .No. .' mlxril ft as or three pound of fitwh lime in the 0 ft ? iw. Vn 5 jl galloiiH of wnter and stirring it well tnU!Ml r -! TTiUpsiitti JIAY t'rlmi! to choice, ."...il.'i ftlOft) in then tiliowed to tit intrrwiU. It t'ltuviMO.N-jisSO pork ft 5 US ' and the elear n til left Ik poured .trt ft is uHP IIUlTKIt-Cho- lcc itiftry .L ft Kjl' over the eggK, wbieh are jilaceil In a I'rltnn tn ('hflirw. rrMnmnp... iw'L API'KKS-Chn- lru a to fnner . .'. 10,1 ft sv eroek or barrel. It vX "xzZ ruiAiuw-- M ierlirl .... I U) ft reeommeudeil to udd a pound or ciiiCAtia vo of halt to the lime water, but thin I'l.OUIt Wlntcrpatont 3 W ft 3 P0 PLAN rem SOM.IX(! RI!Ki:i, 4II1I not Keem In this eperi-menUICAIN W'lieal No. 'J ltd ft 7114 (Fl .N. 3 CrUcilo spring Tl) Ih large. A door from eaeh quarter known hk "water amply What ft 3IW S 31 0t rlliKh" In hiiiente of Mtda. It is a Huh! of the paddnck opens Into this shed. (UlS-X- 'u 2 lll.-fT ( Mk ostini; CO renin ht gallon. II in ery Ah one ipiarter Is used, the gates open- l'Olt Meant ft s wi 1AHI ... a 10 ft 5 '.'j ami more dUagnenble to UKe ing to the other are closed. (iatrK arc NKW YOUIC tbuii lime water 1'erfeetly freNh e'gs provided in each fence adjacent to the er 3 mtunt ft 3 n paddock. The doom arc in four sec- WHl'ATVn r.'.l Uiouhl be tihi'd nnd the Ituid used in ft 7(14 CtlN-N- o. 2 Mixed rf, 371, piVKervlug hhoiild fully roer Uie eggh. tions the two tipper to allow fresh air uvi; at 0)4 A ten per eenl. Kiliitlon of the "water and free ventilation; the lower to open OATS Mixed it iT, rOHK-Ne- w UN ulO HI glum." wan lined. Itoth IIiiIiIk gawgood Into the various Ileitis as wanted. Pro- I, Alt- Western 6 0J 4i 5 natl faction and thoroughly pnered vision for watering will have to be HAl.TlMOltK. as circumstances may permit. ri.OUH-rnm- llr the eggN. There was a ihrlnkhge of 2S ft 3 W a red (C "Hi the birgc air sp.ice In nil cuhcs and In The crops that may be usefully fed In U It A IN Wliuui-N- a , Southern - h 71 Corn Mixed come JiiNtaniTH the yolk tuck 1i the hticlt a yard arc rye, clover, grass, rape, XUip 3S O.ils No. S wliltn Kft :oii tlii'll. 'I'lie whiten of the presexxed mustard, peas nnd oats, barley, turnips; Itvit S'tl "u.ulrrn ' eggs turned a faint yellow, which tint or any others that aie used when sheep rATTI.n KlrMtimulltv.. " 6 a ft :I 10 bi'cium; sleeper on boiling. .VooirentJVf tiro fenced by hurt! lea. Farm and HOGS- - Western INIIIA.VAt'OM.4 odor wj. perceived when theggs wire Home. CIltAIN- - Wheat. No red y mixed n faiut broken, but when cooked lorn No. ft 3.1 riKhllnic llir fthltiKle Tick. .u y mixtu uuis nullity or ,talo odor develojicd. Proba&' Hi The shingle tick is what wc commonI.OUISVII.I.H bly no pn'wrxntlve will prevent the Iosk ly call the cattle tick. It Is a very easy rivri-win- ter piitcnt 3 4.1 ft 3 V. of lliivor iKWHCHKed liy the frinli egg. matter to destrov the cattle tick. The UltAIN-Wli- eul No. ! red.... ft Tl), I'orn Mixed As between the lime water anil the short life hUtory of the tick lit an foS3 ft Oatk Mixed 30iffi 31 "wnter ghiKx" (here was little lo choose llow: An adult tick will drop 011 the POItlC Miw I JO ft 8 M mid ground and deposit 2,50(1 eggK. These LAUU Menm.A except that the lime Jtf ft 5 75 ennicr to hiindlr. eggs hatch, and the young crawl upon the grasses nnd plantu, ready to attach II you ktep Nlu'ep miw rape in the to anything that coin ex along. It has corn before the hut cultivation. After not Ihu power of selecting in host. corn (h cut -- nd huuled olT the rape will it attaches itself if the Hrst thing thnt furntHii Hue ju.Mure. until ground eomi'H along, and Kheep, upon which ireecH. , the tick cannot live, an; frequently pasIn fotinr r yenrn tick wrre supposed tured with cattle to exterminate It. It to be only jmnisllce troubling nheep, In called the sliingU tick 011 account of but with the Introduction of coarr.cr the peculiar way in which they over To cure, or lap eucb utber when ou uu uuimal. tvcclrd breeds, come uiJnule lice. lli-eetOaltlr.i-ommon.- Is the The food of the old wiine iin that of the common fowls, ex(lint we give cept In hrcrdlti? thrin Kline Imrley meal. ! rtitlnuilr that it eohtH nliuut one dollar eaeli 1o raihe the iliruaitt to nix month of wfTf. The mnlfh nvljrh V, oiiiit1, two M)iindfw We Jutvr liut little trouble with luivvl. or other There In no simile in the flrlil mid we provide tlnritij; hot weather un nrtitlclal khiolc by tnruti of hoardk. I'hciiMintt nrr very hardy and we urrr keep them confined t of wt wealln-The young plir;inutR arc fed l'rn litrgrly on a patent meal obtained from Kiiglmul, innde rprlnlly for pheiiH-nU- . They etmld lx rnlrr1mi mnggotii, hut these ore olTiiihhe to have on 1lir plarc where there are xUltum. Their In n km1 demnnil for plirtinntitft for ttocklti pnrkn. fninrprehnraml private ilroiilidK, the lowest priee being J i. per tliten. hen the plienMUit get nw.i they make for a liiouk or water, better we eau tiMiully mn-njto thrtu although with home dinietilty. Duiiiiir the hllrard of N'ntember, In whleh the MtUrlei were drifted full of t now up to the wry top. under all thin mioh were Ml breeding phentfintfi. Men iRitrd to dig thejii out, which took tl number of 1hv. nnd tlics.ltli daylbey Mippotied thry bad them nil, but it reeiim thry bnd not gottttn a few of t'.rin. whleh were reeowred from the mow after ll iUyt and llwd through It. Alulitv to Ntny snowed under for 11 hijn witboitt foiMlorwHtei.atid to come out bright and in good outer, In m gixul enough indication of Imrdim h.- - Ainer lean Agriculturist. stranger in Chicago trudged along Dearborn street the other day with In nndu tattcrtd Why llir On!lniirl'nrmrr fnnnul yellow vulise one handof a Memphis copy and travel-worAfluril lo lliif 'I linn Kpii nl n puprr In the other. At the corner of (rent IJarculB. street his ga7e wandered to one The statrn of the wrst nre now- well of the big windows In the block, und ABOUT SCABBY SHKfcP. - A 11 n - tnt. r r or-vv- run-nin- g e stocked with nbeep scab, sayn the Parmer. Many, most, of the lloekn are as yet free, but In nlmost every county, and frequently in many ilneen In the mmr county, there are Ikukn of nbeep that have cither been brought In from the west or have been In contact with sheep brought In from the west thnt nrr affected with the scab. The ordinary man cannot afford to take n scabby sheep an a gift. The well posted, careful farmrr can afford to take them, provided he has no sheep of bin own, at n low price, because he can by great care and twice dipping cure them, but he vould have to buy them at much less than their tnlue to be justified in going to the expense, labor and risk. Karinem, tbete-forwho are wUMng to stock up with sheep will tired to keep their eyes open, nnd if they keep their earn open to the gonnip of the ntnekmen of the neighborhood it will not be to their disadvantage. Xn umn ever gets scab in his Hock without bitterly regretting it, and the inexperienced farmer bad better have no sheep than hnve sheep even at half priec that have been in contact with cabby sheep. Rvery lloek brought In from the went in the last year is liable to suspicion, and the same liability to suspicion attaches lo every Hock with whleh any Individual western sheep linn been even for an hour in contact. r, be paused nnd sidled up to It. llefore him wan the salesroom of u steam radiator company, and various style, shape and sirs of radiators were strewn tbiough the rom at frequent Intervals; there looked to he enough of tlirni there to heat the Klondike und a jKiition of Siberia. The stranger'n even Bjrrw big nmt round as he put down bin valise, tucked the paper into bin breast pocket and rlasped his, hand behind bin bottle-gree- n frockcout. Ills gae traveled down tint; vista of radiator mid up another. He tried to count them, and got lost at 240, because the ones ut the fur end began to Jump up and dow n his night--seemed to. Then he shook his brad slowly und reached for bis vulise. "I've, heard tell thnt Chicago In a cold place lu winter," he muttered as he went 011, "but, dog my cats If I thought It was cold enuf lo take 'bout 500 or them radiating things to heat a room tut blggcr'n Oddfellows' hall ut home." be-fo- ie or Wlien nntlve Hamoann nre not nt war they eem to forelgtiern to have n very easy nnd ngrecable life. There In never very much 'to do, nnd what there In in not nrduotin or tiring. The old women, for instance, bruld mats or sit upon the rocks und beat nnd ntrip the. bark for making tnpa, the native cloth. The men spend much of their time In mulling fishing nets nnd tackle. In p!te of the simplicity of the national nttlre, the Samoann nre rather vain, nnd spend a good deal of time In beautifying themselves. The hitlr is often plubtrrrd with white lime, giving it, when dry, the effect of u white wig. The lime In vvnshed oft" by night. The result in a gradual chnnge In the color of the hnir from n red to a bright yellow. Apart from thiw strange fancy, the Samoins quite shnrc the European' Ideas In regard to beauty. They particularly mimlre tall persons. A fnd of the young mnn of Samoa is to vvenr the name of bin Hwrethcart tnttnoed upon the forearm. An the Kamoan wearn no sleeves tblsornnraent in always visible, nnd he In very proud ot J t. .which la easily understood, an the young lady herself always docs the tnttoolng, it being Impossible to Intrust to 11 professional workman a task so full of sentiment. In I'oirer of n AViimnn, things. Berlin Herald. Lie Ayer's oarsaparila with the pills will hasten recovery. It cleanses the blood from all impurities and is a great tonic to the nerves. Our Medical PcrrtmDt h one of the inoil eminent phyilelana tn the Unlwd States. Tell the doctor ou how lut recelretoo are luttcrlnv.advlco will the best medical without toU Address, DR. J. C. ATER. Lowell, Mast. f: lim i A for Clillln The Meat nnd Fever H a bottlo of Gnovn's Tasteless Ciiii.i. Tonic His simply Iron nnd quinine In u tasteless form. Nocuro-nop- ay. Price.SOc. nndKeb)' Noe. wipe enough to pick?" Writ th Owfir. "What is it, dear?" "Isn't the pineapple "Mamma." on papa's face almost Puck. To Cnrc a Cold In One Say Tako Laxative Bromo Oulnlno Tablets. All druggists refund money If it fails to cure. 25c aaaaaaaaaaiaaBiaaaBHiHiHiHiBBH I "Pam wpnt nfT in prpnt pood humor this morning." Mother "My good- netsl That reminds me; I forgot to ask him for any money." Roston Traveler. TVittrfht(.r Biliousness "I RETS and without them. I have used them for some time forlndlccstlon and biliousness and am now com pletely cured. Hecommrnd thcr.i, to every one. Once tried, you will never bo without them in EDvr. a. makx, Albany, M. y. le family." ?.. L J T4 W-1- 1 Sweat will not discolor goods dyed with Putnam Fadeless Dves. These dyes are guaranteed to be absolutely fast to sweating and washing. 10c per package. If ti'if tin. inrvnnl fllnrnv select Win. vour cut glass goblet to break instead of a t tumbler? Philadelphia Times. -.- your valuable CASCA- have need them perfect. Couldn't 00 Und "five-cen- i.i a The cheaper the man. the tougher the story he will tell or believ c. Atchison Globe. m m I MfKl CANDY tiMKl IVi I am entirely cured of hemorrhage of lungs by Piso's Cure for Consumption. Louisa Lindaman, liethany, Mo., Jan. S, '0-1-. TRADE MAJtN BSWSTIRK3 MODERN RUSSIA. Th I .and An Aamircil I'nct, Mr. Mover Ouch! Wowl in Rlnnkety Still Kre-- blank the blnnkcty blank Mm. Mover (Indignantly) My father never nwore in my presence in his life. Mr. Mover (ns indignant) Then your fnther never burned bin hand on a red-hIron in your presence in his life. ot Influrocr of IVtrr the C.rrnt. llir AatocratU The reason why a young pig cats so much because he wants to be a hog. Princeton Tiger. Is taken Internally. Pleasant. Palatablo. Potent. Tnsto Good. Po Good, .Never Melon. Weaken, or Gripe, 10c. 2.V:, dlv. Strrllnf Hall's Cntnrrli Core Price 75c. CURE CONSTIPATION. ... llrnrj rtiar. CMora, XMitrrsl. 5w Tcrk. ?t Vn.Tfl.RlO gitmo cnarnntd by alldrec nU'tU'DftU i'oldand CUKK'IlaccoHablU ... Judge. It VI HANDY ARRANGEMENT. A rimi for oIIIiik Miiti Which pear t lie Kneetlve unit Ap- CivvilllaniK Had It only live Iok l'oriu. at this overennt. weeks, and part of the 1 1 ft 2.V (H) (J Orj-rtttj-'- V UKAIN-w'heat-- No. Ort" 11 - ': Oal-N1E o.S Hs W f air-tig- 1 Minie-llinr- I All nntlons feel more, or less the original impetus given them by one great mnn, lint probably none so much ns modern llussln. It may nlninst be siiid to have been the creation of one mnn, Peter the Grent, und the fenturcs he Impressed upon the Russian state nre still distinctly vt.lble. A mnss of barbarism was transformed by him Into ft powerful nnd active member of the fnmily of clvllied nntlnnn. He gnvc to bin subjects an army, n navy and nn educational system. X'omineree with foreign countries, previously forbidden, he warmly encouraged. The nutocrat transferred his enpitr.l to the shorcR of the Haltie, and built the great city which benr bis name to be the open door to the civilization of the western world. He introduced the arts, the literature, the sciences and the economic theories of the most advanced nations. Russia nt the present day is nctunted by the Idens of the great czar. In its restless nmbltlon, its subh tle nnd unscrupulous policy, Its of culture, scarcely hiding the ferocity of the barbarian, its Intolerance of popular liberty nnd its real follcitudc for the material welfare of ia the the people, the Russia of Russia of Peter the Great. vnr-nlsto-da- y truth Don't forget that silence is the mother of Chicago Daily News. TO THE j " v. v. - '" -- Vtl&'M . Cf a. Y tWf GOOL RESORTS i. 'j 111: mOUiMTAIIMS, 11 v tiii nJ frrj 'Mw'V'bvI tt .j on ITTHU LAKES. VIA SEA SIDE. THE Big Four Route, An Excellent Combination. 'li.o pleasant method aud beneficial FISHING, HUNTING, effects oi t'e well known remedy, BOATING, BATHING. Svnui- of Fins, lnr'viifactured by the ' Camfoiinia Fio Svnui- Co.. illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxaTHROUGH SLEEPING GARS tive principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting them in the form most refreshing to tho, taste nnd uSccptable to the system. It is the one perfect Rtreiietheiiintr laxa tive, clcunsiuir the system clYcctimlly, TouristTlckets now on saie. dispelling colds, headaches aud fevers gently yet promptly and enabling one j. it. ici:i!VF.s, to overcome habitual constipation Oen'l South. At Traf Ivh. Apt. Its perfect freedom from CI nr nut I. ('hiittanoo.u. every objectionable quality and subWAKUKN J. LVCMI, stance, aud its acting on the kidneys, General I' hscnger nnd Yicl.01 Asrnt, liver nnd bowels, without weakening ('liii'lniiiill. or irritating them, make it the ideal laxative. In the process of manufacturing figs EDUCATIONAL. nro used, ns thev are plensnnt to tho taste, but the medieinnl quulltiesof tho NEW HAMPSHIRE remedy arc obtained from senna nnd MILITARY ACADEMY other nromatie plants, by a method lreparcM for Govermncut known to the Camfohnia Fio Svnui' Full Coiniucrriul ('ourso Aradcmlci and CoUecr k. Major II. !' UVATl'. Co. only. In order to get its beneficial A. .M. Principal. WhhT I.KIIANON. N 11. effects and to nvoid imitations, pleo&o remember the full name of the Company FRAHKLINCOllEGEaTot"aMovi e nuli'O Minlnerr. Ill) printed on the front of every package. (lorrrnois, both .i'iei no tslounaitvjr. lie k tru"i, catalct-iiBrnuim ILLUUH, V. l 1'ifJ. A. wllhplnntocarnfuuJS. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. BAN FRANCISCO, CAL BtSIWhS IDUtAHON ntu'WrlUt for partkul aZ - - I I NEWYQBK&BOSTOEi 1 ndWi-nlil- c t. ItN-- Ni". C Ft.OUIt-Wint- CO Mabel Are you going to return the poor fellow'H ring? Florence (who hns just broken her engagement) I haven't decided. I suppose he'll propose to you now, and I thought J'd just hand It over to you to save bother. Philadelphia North 111 Venom. - y. cccukk. 1 11 M-)- s D- pio-vide- d American. License for llornenlioern. An enactment in Wnshingtou requires horscshoers to pass an examination and to be licensed. Wontnn Pnte. If they live long enough, the New York Press declares, all women die two deatliB. The first is old age. A INVV. VV. I I o IK) IX) l'or sale by all Druggist ZAUXSVII.XJ:. ICY. NEW YORK. K. Y. 0c. per bottle Cortc.pondrure Mfhuol Sprlpn. n. -- iBBfilFlfl Mm " DR. WOFFETTS Aids Digestion, Regulates the Bowels, Makes Teething TEETHINA KMM&S&HWXyn-rJ- . CURLS Easy. the Relieves mQtDssnsssssi A. N. 1C.- -G vn Hot; tUt tAILb. Ccuea t'jrup. Testes Gixid. "sol intimo. onia or urusciiv Wlltrit AIL m 3, Bowel Troubles of Children of Any Ago. TEETHING POWDERS 1772 I.Ml TO AIIVKIITINKHS elu-upt- r " Ak Vour Drurciit Cost Onlr 30 Cent. tor It. It It lVIIi:.V Ihut you plouf stiita paper. saw the Advertise meet In this AV yiJilP1lllllaalliiTlllHliaPfllvlhll.lill liPllllSlllCTaainilllaainiJICTilRBi mon'jy reAanded ! Jy your merchant, so why not try it? Price 50c. Sn1- .- -- . .. Knami fHiTaaVaH . ) i 1 k ii. . ." iiiir7 . 3 " J " .rf- -J 'A r"'-- ' ri. - T7' Tl, t FACTS AM) ACTION WAXTM. Persons who have cloFel, lowed i fol t ho conduct ( id' t lit . eii.N the the llilll ti will not be St. l.oni Keputillf, aurpripad io learn t lint the A ofllcern in tlit held turn1 loil Qontldcnoo in General O'h hn a direcllnir commander mill 'liul the official reports of urt!ii Gencra'a at the front iipkphpiuH.v ntn'r the facts from which the dineouinijc met-ico- Mix pleasant to think of o!l storage rooms thoo day. l'ultou hits u Don't Virrv" club Max Harper is ptcsidcut. Dr. (iconic Hnrrn. f "Woodland Mill, was in the city Wodiuml.iy Ser teas have been held at the Catholic church everv morning this week. A number of families trout Kulton and Union City are eainpinx at OomW BORROWERS -ta- Jj ! HICKMAN MARBLE .WORICS Mh'l'A lllilHIl iSih.r.lc.r tv II 10 l IS5.", r-sWANTB - yi TOM DILLON. Sr lt!)lii" Prop'r, iln 'I.I U Spriup. 11)011 1 Illl8 IllltiPII. justifiably hold Otis rcrpoiiHlde and insist upon Ida bciui; replaced bv an abler commander. The War Department is now said to he in possession of teporis stating these facto reports which, uudor the press censorship pstah lished in Washington by Adjutant Ueuernl Oorhin. Iiunc not hem he true that conflicting ami confused orderH Iroin hendqiiH tern have resulted in needles ami death to Ainericiiti mil diers, in great uncei inlnh of nc tion on t lie part of ofticir at :m it leal periods of (he ciunptii:ii, and in a surrender of the friiitH of whatever victories mm have been Huhieved, public sentiment will Hit mi'-forhi- made public. The people of the United States will await with a most Rltfiiiflcaut interest the further developments of such a fdiu ntion. American method' sane, tioned by jeats of practice de niand the publication of these reports and proper ofllcial action upon them, but American meth Greatoils are not prevailing in the ad ministration's desperate handling of the Philippine muddle. The further suppression ol Philcost. ippine news, coupled with a stnh born determination to uphold Otis, ONE OF OUK COMMITTEEMEN. will meet with certain condemua tion. The administration cannot Dee Nichols Defends Himself. afford to adopt this course if it hopes to retain in any degree the Editor Fi'wo.v Lkadf.k : My attention has been called to a cerconfidence of the people whose tain slanderous statement put in circuwill It is supposed to execute. lation about mo to tho effect that 1 was The Levee election occurred in Lake county yesterday, but at the hour of the polls hud not cloned, goiii to'pn-and therefore results not known The State Bo.ird of Health hits issued a circular iinnnnucinK that 'no school that graduate tliree ywir students will be recognized m this State hereafter." The editors 'and publishers of the thirty-nincounties Vnown as the First Hailroad District are invited to meet at Dawson Springs, Kv . ou Aug lth, to organi.o a District Press Association. If you don't liko your hoarding house food, don't cat it. If you don't like that hat you wear, don't wear it. If yon don't like your neighbor, let him alone. If you don't like the town you live in, get out of it. Mr. Henry Campbell, former sales man for Messrs. B.iltcr A: Dixlds, of this city, but later of Fulton, has purchased an interest in the Hice & Nay lor shoo store at Cayce, and will take charge of the store at once. A man who advertised to tell for f0 cents how he was cured of drinking, smoking, laying out at night and L'am bhng, and how he gained 'JO pounds weight in two years, sends this explanation : "Cured of tho bad habits named by an enforced residence for two years in tho Stato prison." s ilOO.OOO.OO. To Help Secure Homes. Marble and Granite Monuments O XJ , " HsSRll i$3c4l ?, 33 HTUNIS WOKIC of all Kinds, I tr C3-- , IKON KKN01N(l,&c., Ito. Hickman, Ky. e Safe and Sure Investment, O. 1ST. HickiBiin, V LSI asr II. HEJUjHVC Kcixtucfcy, - Supply your wants at Hickman's est Store. Everpthing going at I H I. i E taken out and whipped two or thrco years ago for misbehaving in church, The Estimates Show a Shortage ()or ami for committing other unmentionable offenses. I want to say that tho Last Year. eutire report from beginning to end is a b.tso and milicions falsehood, told to inThe Agricultural Department's jure mo and tho organization of the county. Tho Democratic party foreian crop report for Jul, Mutes parties who have in this been circulating tho that the commercial authorities report can only give one reason for dojustifiable, viz: that might estimate the shortage In the Rus- ing sothey thoughtseem was true I now it that sian wheat crop at from S.",()()(, demand that they produce the proof or 000 to 120,000,000 bushel as com sknlk off like the curs they must be and remain silent ou the subject. pared with last jear. The dell I may not be blessed with as much worldly goods us these tradiieers ami clency is most serious in the I have at all times refavorably situated for ex- slanderers, but life as tho leading char garded a moral port. In the North uiiseusoinhlv acteristic of an honorable carter 1 have cold weather has uufutoruhly af- never, knowingly, done my fellow man fected buy, potatoes, and all grain an luiurv. aud never shall. Once more I insist, produce your except oats. The rye crop is vety proof and I will renigii. short. Very truly, The Prussian i fticial report on L. D. Nichols. Aug 1, I8JW. wheat is that the crop is a little above "fuir." The Austrian outGknekal Otis is the subject of is good in much abuse. This is the price of look for wheat and all but one province, thai of link succeeding iu THE FOUEIUX WHEAT CHOP. re-gio- The Hickman Huii.DiN'tfLvNM) Loan Association has ipn iu operation ton years, and , (luring this time has loaned mora'-tha- n 100,000 to citizens ol Fulton county, the chief part of wliigh lias been used in building; and securing honie.s lor its members. There arc several hundred oitizqtft ol Hickman, and throughout the county, who are, and have been, , and' each can bear witness tc it- - Mieoo.ssfii! management. It pusa reasonable profit, is Mire and safe deposit for your savings, and it is a splendid inducement for the young to economize and save up their mney. It affords borrowers the opportunity of paying by monthly installments, enables them to utilize rents in paying for homes, and it; about siv years accomplishes that result. The books for a new series of j this Association tiro now open, ami ..l .:i UlU i HI oc 1...1.1 opuu lllllll .1... win i. Thursday in August, (17tliJ) for the subscription of New Stork. Xew Stock is only issued in February and August of each year. For any further information call on the Secretary, at the Courier slum-owners- Solo Agent for Vulcan Chilled Plo.ws, and Dealer in Disc Marrows, Disc Cultivators, One IJorse Cultivators, One Horse Harrows, Buckeye Binders and Mowers, Hay Rakes, Forks, &c ('all and look at t. K. n Implements before buying. V. HICKMAN -- r. Tll.Mt, Crf. t. IIOI.IOMIIt:. I'rr.'t. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. 8ANE C. JOII.NsOf, I v. Paid Uj Capital $50,000.00 i'itrt.r 4M immviiiko I'ltoirrs io.ooo. Solicits our business. We offer tho most Liberal AccomniodatioiiK to our OiiHtometN Coiislstent with listublished U.T.TVlilCK. 0. A. IIOLOOMUK. .J. NAYLOK, V. H. llAl.TAVAi .!. W. GUWnililj. W. h. McOUTOHKN. M. H. SHAW. DIRECTORS hi. its - Hanking PrinclplcH, .ii ( iit-n- UK Ii31Ai A.ri-A- t 11 IVACJON CO., i.- tiii: ci:i.i.iik.ti:i oflicc, Hickman, Kv. It Helped Win e Hatlh-s- . Sn-atdi- s. Twenty-ninollicers and man unite from tho front to wy that for Bruises. Cut. Wounds, Sore lnhlt and Stiff Joints. Bucklen's Arulwi SKhols tho best in the world. Sanio for Burns,! Skin Eruptions una Piles. t&.Ugx Cure gimruntewl. dold byhll dnWjBtS' -- : GOV. CANDI.KK. of Georgu. has issued nn appeal to the p'oopleof his State to ji in hands in an rnorl to stop mob violence there. " So 5 H flcrp -- ? COMMISSIONER'S Parry Mf'ir Vh NOTICE. .IndgriDiit 2.jS5" m2'o o -- ( suhduiii" the owina. Austria, lioumania and not Bulgaria are all slightly below Philippines. A soldier may fight their average in wheat rje and over so gallantly, but 'failure'' maize. brings condemnation. A French estimate of the wheat crops of Spain and Ilnlj puis it at Thk Louiatille Times publishes 34,000,000 bushels below lavtyear. the statement that dipt Stone The wheat crop in France is rep will xote for Goebel and make resented as satisfactory, the esti- speeches for him if the campaign mate now being 352,000,000 bushels. Iu Groat Britain cable re committee invites him. It claims ports of n severe general s tin in to make this statement I13 aupresage considerable damage to a thority. grain crop that otherwise would have ranked as "fair.'' Segiietaky Hay was oflici.illy The report from India shows Informed Monday that sixteen of bettor conditions iu Bengal and the Powers represented at the the Northwest provinces than for Peace Conference have signed the several years previous, bin this protocols of the arbitration and improvement does not extent to mediation treaties. These Powers the Punjab include Great Britain, Russia and Krnnce. One day rocehtly, duiing the viBit of the Kentucky Press AsOn July 20th, Mr. H. R Merriweath sociation to Petosky, Mich., one Pierce Miss of the editors was conversing with cr aiif.Aug Oro Mr, E F. D.ivis to Nnn Ou a Northern girl, wheu she said : nieLigget. 2nd. Also, A. AV. Hill to Ina "Oh, goon; I like to hear jou Hughs. Southern men talk you talk Just On July 20th, F M. Bethell to Viola Hasting. like n nigger." ie to. IMttts. Alf. McDsniebet ul . Ufts. ' Under and by virtue of the KiiltoiiJ rn aiuvij uircuit lourr, remu-nwidylud caibeit ith May trui. Is"', nil purti'-holding eluinu. rsliiHf i do fendant, Alfred McUwniel. on Oct .Uth. 180S, are hereby notirtwl nud rsjnirt;l to jirove siinie as required by law and tllo muiiv with 1110 or my deput m or ISO'J, bofore the ilrst day of Sf ptemU-under the pcnnltv tbut nil sn h 'l.dnl.s not so proven hhu filed with m ir my deputy by tlwt time to lie barr-i 111 s r ',B r-t, 2 m pjOK:id:A.rr, ce3nt"u-ok:x- . ?m L3 i V J The BEST OFFER Ever Made by a Newspaper! o w CO S o M . m n .". a 04. f B'5K csKs iW kvki:y 9 & .5 - H3 5 b.c a E3 it i W r- n"1 X vrl "itinHr I. Tfci" li im Th ml..ekly ti llp-ihlir- . tht now Ih if lit hl . yt ltH fr'4l UTJ lt B.prrr .,..ii, I $1.50. 41 ir'nlrl in iluTi lt.i(l'' A - I P. TVYI.OK Muster UommiMiiHier 1' !. O. By Tom Dillon--, Sk . Dep M (' 1' O C. My Deputy can Ik-- found in In- - 'flee, on the corner of Jin ksou and Kstreets, Hickman, Kv V n -a g- g XI 1" lir.i r.i H'l tirlitiH" tht'i r 'riHr Mmcii'iil trH-- r .h'I rii.'ii .'ninttii'e Hll)ll.'i'"H 411 J llh(,f IVmiT pnr. if ? s so " Th t:om will bIIHlr in ....IIm.I .ii..nlt. .j.L iiKIIa .. ii". ii. ....in.'ij t.w.. m nn M Jnirtl litf la.il 1. - ltpi!H Sllll'l.lV f lift UrulilKiti n 'r l.i". l1lll. IS ttt Hhj; fril r"nvs l.t IMS" I'.il1f H. t7 Ian fm iV y( li T ltM,l 'h .miit. i Miij '! mr ( I. Ir .' Iein.n lit"" K- ! l' - II ' " , 'li(r.. .w ".. -- evinaMti-'m.aW "- wi'h' . I. "aii fi"VI uriJt-i- 'I'll!-- . Ill'.l'll KI.K I.nui.. .T.o. 1 Ixedfsrd & Rsgers WANTTO S KM. YOU jnititiFiv 1 ' M'off JV 1 SROCERIES, Ereslx Meats, . T" TO OLD POINT COMFOKT, AND THE lloi-Ni-- Tor Nalu. J SEASHORE. AUfl. All TH. The Ureutcst of Trips. The regular Annual Kxcurslnti io Old I'olDt Comfort In ctmrs-- of Mr. '. A. Wil KU8, S J. At, "ill be run WciIiivdiIh), wt the Auk. 'Jill, 'hi Illinois Cenirnl Clmsapeoke A Ohio ItallMO, Horn Ful-to- n on regular irHln; IfHTlim hi 12. 0 A M, conntclint: wlih Sruehore .Spfcuil which leave Union Stat ion. fool of 1. M. Tin- - rumul trip cuth otreei at to Old l'oint Comfort i oul.. M7iU rn.i the tickets are good till Au liUth.. Willi ilop-ove- r privllegej returning only. ny ulleitil ih Thin trip gurpi.aiie traveling public firaiiil ami benuillnl ecentry, iuTlgoniiing uioiintitiii ujr, ui bathing, oceau voagf, palatial bmel hi tertaiuuieut and u 7iHit lolhe Cupiiul u e Two Gray Marcs, 115 hands high, four years old, well broke, and will work anywhere. For further particular apJ. M. WITTING, ply to Hick man, Ky. 8-- '1 if tzu vi iJr..rw. ' BH&Z$ZKic i.L Queensware, rrtiF a; ru m .. c Hardware, sa li""rAVP.H., ,. "Jf W IfA ruiw H R; WW? nay, uatH, iran, Liitne, . ' L1 fDOOFL !i I iMku kW Ml fali I- f r (EJfeis-- - and Cement. - i A Jr 3J ma ('IJNTO.TI THlDIv, VPlftXCES WILL PLEASE YOXT. Hoeu & Eversol, having bought tho llickmiiu Roller Mills announce to tho farmers that thoy specially solicit their trade, and will do everything to merit their patronage. Givo us a chance to Hokn & Evr.iisoL. provo this. laje&tic" Cooking foil Baagas, ! When you p,o to Arkansas or Texas you can travel In comfort if you know now. Ask the ticket agent for a ticket via the COTTON BELT HOUTI: and you can ride in a reclining chair car, without extra cost, and thus avoid the discomforts you would encounter in an ordinary car. The chairs arc arranccu so you can have a comfortable scat during the day and a good place to sleep at night. Each car is supplied with a ladies' dressing room and a gentlemen's smoker. You will not have to bother about changing cars, for these cars run through from Memphis and Cairo to Texas without chance. Direct connections arc made at Cotton Rclt junctions with trains for all parts of Texas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma and the far West. if you are thinking of Inking n trip, write ondtcltua where you nrc L'oft'l.' uud when you will lenve, mid we will tell you how much your ticket wilt cott, what Irnln to take ioiiIo make the bent time nml connection,, uml unythlui; elic we cnu Hint wilt help make An luterenliui; little booklet, "A TKI1 1 our trip n comfortable one. TO TI'XAH." will be mnileil tree to nnv n!ureM. Gcn'l (43) I'UIIIilSIIEK'S NOTICi:. Wo desire to call your attention to tho remarkable oiler wo make you In 'Tho Big Contest." Tho idea of giv-iu- g a man his weight iu silver dollars in something new and startling. Tt is woll The Best in the World 'UI9lllll .TIllllU H .lliStllKU dealred. la Buy lug Que oi: 1 these Raagcs I Clmice o, routt-to ladies without escorts between RIcliiuoud mill Clifion Konif, will he given, enabling ilioso who ilnnii-t- Every atteniion and courleny rxlemJf I o visit LyuchburKi Ntlurnl llidge "iiJ other points of interval. bleeplngcir raiec will he jl 00 foi bcih Louisville Io Old I'olm, to he oo uplfd by one or two peraoua and u pllcaiiun for sleeping car cpuce aboulJ he made at once to V. A. WjLOUfc, 8. I. A , llopkiiinvilif, Ky. For further prtlcularn addrea ic above pr C'l on aent 1,0 hall "to, The absolute worthy your attention. fairness of ''Tho Big Contest'' can be seen atonco, as oven tho most practical priutors differ sevcrul thousands in .Mhiu-WHakes I3iHouit8 In No educational or other (lualiilcatiou will offer advantage. In nnylnjj "Mii'aHtiu" iiioiiiihA "Tho Big Contest." "Tho Big Contest" You stand us Is everybody's contest. 'till and i:.vniuii. on good a chancu as any other faco of tho earth. Would you liko tho to possess your weight iu Brand New, EftSliiulug Silver Dollars ? Editor, then-estimate- One of its Slrotigeflt l'oiulu is its ECONOMY IN "xtaB USE OF PUEL! In 10 MinutCH. Iilit Kri'iulKcoiiomlciil Onoklnd of 11 lile-tlm- e net-so- - B. BBSIT-R- . 'I,ii. You'll liu.v no Oilier. n. Traveling l'usscngcr Agent. CAIUO, ILL, ADAHI, U. V. LallOAUMn, l'ait'r uml Tkt. Agent, ST. LOPIB. MO.