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Goebel Coming to Hickman Coulter, the announcement wan made that Oenator Goebel and p o r h u i b Through Mr. Gun What wub K isttcthst fRMWMU HiCKMAN, FVLTQN COl5NW;,yKY., & AUGUST . VOL, XXXIV, NO. 39. JOHN YOll.NU BROWN. ammmmmtmmnmmmmMmmmwmmmfflTOmtng V- Local and Personal. - Remnants and v u , a . Odds and Ends To Close Them Out Entirely, We Are 4 v Must Be Sold! Cutting Lower than Ever! .r- -- ' i w .. Note the following Prices : H" r Lace Curtains, i That were $1.WI reduced to ( Clothing U5 1.70 2.00 fi.OO Department. ti c :j.(io Waists, That Hlllll lit 81.00, " fit m iiid 7fin, linn u ISc. LTio Mens Pants. ' 'TfmHig Contest." sJ, of Now Mndrld. 1h fcutatot Al lilacKburn would make an apJliiiSts Mubcl mid liussio Frcucli pointment to apeak in Hickman ; vlhlthufinPuducuh. sometime in September. Dr. W, M liriRht will shortly uiovo iwmiy iroiu iny to tlita city. Vlifes.IIiittli) Fronoii. of Union Cltv. Suicide of T R. McMahan. fclitliiK Miss Huttio Kistiior. Reliable news was received nt Hick-- 3twllobblt Hull, of FuIton.ru viir man of the Hulcido, by drowning, of our fiKMSnUhira Muy Ourpnntbr. JtUi Iri'iH Fariii lius rctnrucil boino well known county man, Thou. II. at Slough Landing, iu tho edge prviihiuiNvw Madrid, Mo of Tennessee, in tho Mississippi, on SatOkniifDoii.'il.suu, of Kaslivillc, urday night last. Ho had been employii0 tiOHt of MUi)iiii ed at some mill iu that section, aud kMi1 and Mrs. Loathor, of Loni- V, are vhilluK Mrs. O. U.'Sifdtlu - was ut tho Landing for the purpose of taking a boat to come to his home, near TnivlsAml K. A. TvKt spout Hickman It was observed that he was rai tluyn n 1 yltr, wcok. extreoiely restless aud dlssapoiutcd at KMch. Uastavu Iliin.ickitr ami duuih- - not getting a boat, but gave no indicn-tiou- s of suicidal intent until ho was Rrpluriicd ycstcnlay froiii Highland, seen to run nud jump Into the river. Ho was seen uo more after the tatal hJWl .Toxin Stephi-iiHof Sliaw, Mi?s leap aud it being night mid all taken H guext of Mr. and Mrs Janus T. with such terror and surprise, nothing Willis. was done to save him. Mr. McMahan was, many years ago, FSrrvictfi at, the OJirivHnii Churcli Hay. and Sutidav uiL'ht ,bv A. S. an active and worthy business man. on his own account and a clerk for others. iifouy. '. j In the old days few men stood higher Cirjj'iia, viilfiuu, 01 iuuyuujd, , iw for honor, probity and real cleverness. iuig ijt?n,ratin;r, 'Jj;ulro J. .1. ,Ioik-Iu later years his financial condition iUCKiium had grown ad verso, and whilst ho stragt fTlio mills liavo saved tho gled iudnstnoxsly against conditions, criip Msd.iho nnucr aro lookluK results diduot mend matters. Aud then some years ngo ho fell from a lumber mrw y.iiu. pile, receiving bodily injuries from KuWftpal Homo Ico Cream which ho tiovcr fully recovered ; nnd rfh wxi iiiiireuay, uy jure. these conditions at tiuios apparently afl) Jillb.011 ut licr liouiu, fected his mind. Ho was growing old, ter. 'Saul .Toucm will locttiro at sixty odd, and wo doubt not that his irt'ra liouso in Uuiou City, Totin., accumulating misfortunes and infirmities drove him to the fearful act of MNlay uih'lir, . 7th. self destruction'. "Poor Tom's a cold," T. A. Moore, of Alcxauder, aud those who knew him in other days Initity, was visiting his cousiu, J. when his life was lit up with friendship, love and hope, will shed honest frrw, h.mmlay mm auuday. tears over his unhappy euding, and M Bdllc Vrociuud left "Wcdncspray tho mercy of the Master, who her lioiuu, Auburu. N. Y. Her alone cau judge as to life's relations hcriw far as Saint and conditions. -. Mc-Maliit-ilt- State Papers Saj of Ills Can. dldacy fer UererHor. Governor John X.oang Brown not so warm for Gen. Hardin and the tlckel.four years ago. Weatem Argus. , John Young Brown will poll yotes iu Greennp county. East-eKentuoky Democrat. If there is a solitary man in the great county of Galloway who will vole for John Young Brown more Republjoi.n tbau Democratic oil 71 wi-hav- e rarkr.., kjl Mo,,-thi- s , lreci-n- St-pt- . not been able to And him. Murray Ledger. 1 V The Brownie movement is re oe ving mighty little encourage-mea- t from the.country prera. The bolters 'here may be counted on the fingers of a ningle baud. Hopkinsville Kentuokiau. ' . Democrats are willing to wager two to one that John Y. Brown will not receive as many voles in . U : Clark oonnty as the Palmer and Bunkner ticket received in 1890. Winchester Democrat. ,V Vain, ambitions, disappointed and soured, Mr. Brown baa lagged superfluous on the political stage until he is willing to play the vll Han's part or become property man. It is a &ad spectacle, and the Courier is one of those who feels its sadness. Taylorsvllls Gonrier. Brown titse and agaia , iXu taforl that ha !. .w 'R9L,i tnnitv to take the man far flu. bel. Not two weeks ago ha Mated to a leading politician of tali county that be wonld taka tba 'i Slmn fi. HaaKmI ..! .W .rl.k Ib October, and woald be a MS v'4"v" .! i E i r ' 3 i ..... ...... i r uiuaie iot 5 Slippers, TluiluNOliI mi '5? 81.50 Tunis at 89c 2.50' " at $1.75 to 2.00. ' Jaw1 1 now ' 1.(MI guessing the WiImmi attended so suddenly eaaaged hie JlackbUru MKyikmif at Fulton, On last Friday evening a delightful ,iod we wilt , cudtae Sentinel pJarX .: entertainmout was given at Mr. and free of charge. Sbelayville Sea., CUrk MorrI.Hpunt of Mrs. Swan Burros', ono mile 'west of - AtFrAD.K, i j. v LindKiyJ' .TndKu Kear-- 1 tho Uoe- - Deboe. To u.h. ueaator;ta wbjr eas-eeeear-reotl- d y A DELIfHITFUL ENTERTAINMENT. tberat ataa ' " -- , V - i j V x t fl tc - i 1 tHO r rc-- bailors, luit j. liicjtefisBBHSjIKSEKii witp ,uc, mlnned to now Tltsit Hlllll U) tO wS SUITS, S10.00 Mons Suits SUIT) i 15.00 u liOURUtOU Uift speaking ut Fulton State Lino. At an early hoar the yitcd 'guests began to twriv,. and-in- : . ,. UWllDOr- - .A , 4 ,t ,. ' in- - rr a' We uaoHoi eee .wuire-- iae eaa- ev at .linn JMkTaaur Bmbuvi , sea-Bv.H- . ; is. ?' i'V 2.00. liiio 70o . rz J).T5 S v ecks. mar tho city, within tho next few music, rendered by ers and King, was Tfiircc lnr-wn- EJSTy-wmau- JE Lawns, Tlmt sold nl UTm:, now lOo Lnwun ut flu. 7.50 J Joys 10.50 7i u u a 4.08 0.75 Chi Ids Suits That hold up en Remnants of Dress Goods, Etc., At still lower prices. ft.00, at 8 .08 1 Straw Hats, Any Any (10 Hut at oil contn. r0u lint at ''" (mmiIh. 1 7Vi-.- v of this Sale, CASH L P. & W. S. ELLISON. s iuiuuiauaunauiauuaiiiuiauuuuiiaauiuuuuiuuut Mrs. M. Iteneau and daughter, and tened to with an Miss Fnnnio Clay, have been viaitiiiK who were present. vote, inteuded to cast tbeir balin Uuiou City this week, aud aro ex- present follow : pected to return King, Kid Soinmers; Nannie lots for Taylor, will vote for Brown Clara Thomas, Wildee Flack ; Annie Roper, If bib name is on tbe ballot. In Mr. Knit!ion is contracting to telephone jioles with new cedar Roy Shaw ; Clara Shaw, Drew Bacon ; other words, we cannot see where JmjU'H, anil otherwise Iniprovo his Hick-ma- n Minnie Alexander, Arab Wilson ; Alula tbe candidacy of Brown baa bnrt Dickerson, Thoy. Flack ; Graco Holm, exchange. Tom Thomas; Lora Whipple, Dave tbe Louisville ticket a single vote Our old friend, M. Amberg will take Maddox; Nanuio Jones, John Shaw; in Hardin county. Elizabetbtown charge of tho Lady House, l'aragould, Gage ('lark, Jim Maddox ; News. Ark., in Septeuiber. The iiiany friends Jones John Alexander ; Lillio Maddox, and public generally will regret for him Dan Gleu ; Cora L. Brown, Jesse Helm ; NATIONAL POLITICS. to leave Hickman. Sue Murphy, Hugh Prather; Annie Jones, Lem Bacon ; Lyda Maddox, Jim The Hickman Juvenile Cakewalk-er- s Thero is a perfect flood of poenjoyed a picnic at Dr. C. II. Hub- .McConnell; Laura Brown, Ed Mozley; sweeping bard's country home, near tho city, Nina Glonu, Harry Throlkeld; Jessie litical misinformation TncMlay. That fhoy had an iuunciiso Prather, Albert Jouesj.Tohuie Thomas, oyer tbe country these days. Tbe Peter Prather; Bessio Maddox, Roy time, goes without wiying. Clark ; Emily Thomas, Clarence Henry ; newspapers are foil of it, and tbe Mr. J G. Hall, a prosperous farm- - Lena Threlkeld, Arthur Thomas ; Ollio alert newspaper correspondents er, and an old Confederate Mildier who Threlkeld, Hugh Sanders; Elgie Clark, are theorizing about it at a rate bears honorable wounds on his Ixxly, of Leonard Maddox ; Nina Maddox, Olios. whioh makes one tremble .for the near Oayce, was, with his wife, visiting Clark ; Lucilo Rogers, Paul Shaw ; Lefuture. It is generally conceded his daughter, Mrs. Dick Irvine, this na liallow, Bob Polk; Bessie Threlweek. keld, John Roper; Lucy Burrus, Rich- that MoKinley and Hobart will be ard Prather; Vera Lancaster, Curtis the Republican nominees for PresDeputy Slteritr Geo. Carpenter, aud Dr NT J. Davis, attended tho Henry; Nannie Shaw, Elmer Threl- ident and Vice President respectively, although there is a dispohpenkiiifr nt Fulton. They rejKirt as keld ; Edwiua Rogers, Euldric Shaw. At a late hour rofreshnient.s wore sition in some having Itecu only contirmed and quarters to shelve charmhtivngtltened in their preference for served, aud after thanking tholr dolight-tul Hobart because he comes from a Mis Lucy, for tho ing ), (jch'IhiI. state, and also beuiuuucr iu which they wero enter- trust-breedin- g - A very largo erowd, reported to us tained, departed to thou" respective cause he is supposed to be on too as ono thousand, attended the Goo-be- l homes. One of tub Numbeh. intimate terms with some of the peoples if Tf'a" : 'fw?1 mea. serial Misses Maddox, Rog single vote away from Goebel. superb, and was lis- Those who would not have voted attentive ear by all at all. or if they bad deoided to Tho names of those jr -- to-da- Pauline ho-tcv- At Ij A7-IL- Cost ! Mar mwsmm lim, Cash Book Store. i cvi .BONDITRANT SELL Bugg dies, Bridles, Etc., - Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS, STATIONERY, NOTIONS, i &c g significant. - Thoy commenced clearing the ground and living the foundation for the largo warehouse and shipping deiwt for tho TciincsM'o river packet company, Wednehday. It will be pushed rapidly to completion, On next Sundav. the Lord willing. I will preach at 11 a. m. and h p. in., on tho tollowing subjects respectively; The Deaeonship" and "Crowded Out" or ''No Koom for Jcmis." Kvery lnidy invited to both services, especially the night service. W. V Hokvku day They enthusiasm high, and tlmt tho bolters," iu numbers, aro in- Blackburn speaking at Fulton, Tues- Supply your wants est Store. Everything going at cost. $800 OO at Hickman's GreatFire. Why Hobart be displaced on these f ground" nnd MoKinley, the father or the tariff, retained, is not very clear. The Republicans, we aro reasonably certain, will stand or fall by tbe old ticket. should trust-breedin- g larger combines Call and seo oui Stooli. up to date. Kvory-thin- Buy your Carpets and Mattings at II. at t'OS'P, Ih'cuiim' lie tU'.siros to olose out nil goods in this Maky Ui:ki:mii:h it Co. Buchanan's Closing-Sale-. T- o Thursday morning about 3 the residenco of Mr. Ed Wright, in East Hickman, kuowu as tho Cormau place, was discovered to bo on flro, and was speedily destroyed. There was scarcely anything saved. Mrs. Wright, who was tho only ono at homo, was awakened by tho flames over hor head m the ceiling aud roof. It had progressed too tar to bo subdued. How the tiro originated Is a mystery as thero had been no tiro iu tho cook stovo, but wo learn there had been some in tho yard. There was $fl00 insurance on tho liouso ami ?;HK) on furniture. The Republicans open their State campaign at London, in o'clock, Eastern Kentuoky, Aug. 22d. A New party has been formed out in Ohio on tbe platform of a personal guarantee ,by its leader that the price of wheat shall not be leas than $1 for the next six years, Criticisms that tbe guarantee muy not be good are impertinent. Your Weight. AND INSURANCE AGENT. KEAL ESTATE E, -- Earttt, DifHtcllirink,) IN- (SiicofHHor lo Win IIKALKR - -- From investigation made by the American Agriculturalist the outlook for the wintt r apple crop is very lair, not a bumper crop liuo that of lb'.Hl, but each State will have a merchantable crop. Now Euglaud and New York show tho greatest falling oil". Fancy ''jrocorics and Provisions, Kpnulnl iiltontion uivou to tho Hi'lling of Umil Kstnto of all kindn; IiiHur-iiimimid ropn'sentB n full lino of tbn bent mid moHt rollulilo Ftru OoinpunioH doing Imihiiichh in (ho Stiiin, anil tlmt 'Old Hulluldo" HI C KMAN, KENTUCKY. INSUIJANOH iUO., that Iiuh already MUTUAL 1U5NKK1T Iill-Mp.ild out largely ovor $100,000 I a IV liiHuranou in lllokinan and viciniFIIBK DELIVERY. ty and in tanning tho iilioapuHt and Iiohi polioy of an.v regular Liiu S& country, lie Boliolta Tolophono Store No, til; Koh- liiHuranoo Company doing liUNinesH In this lilm, iduuoo, No, HI. the iuur pulrouuifo, Oull uiitl aoo Not l(s th.inlt.OOO Domocr.ilh heard Goebol ami lilaekburu at Maytield Saturday, iu spite of tho terrillo heat. When half done his speech Mr. Goebel was overcome by t lie heat aud Mr. lUuckburn took his place for an hour, after which Mr. Goobol wits able to conclude his speech. With his customary directness Mr. Goebel strikes straight from tho shoulder and leaves no doubt of his position on any question before tho people. Tho speech is printed iu CouitlUK this week, How much would yoor weight amount to iu Silver Dollars at 16 to tho & pound? Would you like to have this much? Well, thou see our announce17 iucli Has tho nicest, Come aud got you one. They ment of "Tho Big Contest." are good gnosis, and so cheap. Prevented a Tragedy. Mr Harry N.Pharr, chief ougiueer Timely information given Mrs. Geo. of the St. Francis Loveo District, now employed as engineer of tho Hickman Long, of New Straitsvillo, Ohio, saved tVriptouvillo Loyee, in company with two lives. A frightful cougtj had long A. F. Eastwood, was iu Hickman, yes- kept her awiike every uigltt. She had terday. Mr. Pharr is uow engaged tried many remedies aud doctors, but making a orolimiiiary recouuoisauco of steadily grew worse uutil urged to try the several propoed route for tho Lev- Dr. Kiug's Now Discovery, Ono bottle ee. About Sept. 10 tho locating sur- wholly cured her ; and she writes, this vey will be made, and it is expected marvelous uiodiciuo also oured Mr Long that pait of tho luveo work will bo done of a severe attack of Pneumonia. Such tltis year and completed uoxt year. Tho cures aro positive proof of its power to Lake Comity Loveo Commissioners will euro all throat, chest aud lung troubles. bo appointed iy tho Lake County Court Only 50c and 11.00. Guarautced. Trial ? bottles free at u)l drug stores,, iu Septombur, Sanders reeves o BUG-GIE- ... , .'' 'A- - -- - " tj,j" ' ." t,myt r - 4 '! M ny, while in China It takes a half do, lilC, FLASH-LIGHSIGNALS. REVILED AT HOME. NOT THE ONLY ISSUE. pieces of coin or a dozen to make c or our pennies in value, so the ChlncM' OJJCtl Jew aratern In lti tlnilr t h In for There Is I'lrntr of Mnlrrtal (nr the Vrtu the Itrp'ltillrnn I'resa Has "Hut," says some one, "haven't these carry the cash, as they call It, like a Kllnu l Its Weak Kcrilntr(!Vailc I'oilei! Industrial Problem the Theme of Dr. Institutions sometimes been a failure?" string of heads around the neck? Ilriuucrnt to l"e In the We IfraiL Correct Time. Cn in ia lint. Yes. K cry great movement has been a never want to nnv less thnn n nonm. Talmage's Sermon. .. t failure at some time. Application of ior nnytning in this country. ThcTi "The weakest president since Ilu Isn't It nlKiut time that democratic A useful plan that might be tried must pay thnt which is worth only thei the steam owera failure, chanun," the New York Herald (Ind.) smaller place newspapers and democrat! politician in ninny Telia How the Cnnllnnnl War a failure, railroading a failure, Kixwi pan or tne twelfth part of n penarrived ut some sensible understanding call President McKinle.v. "A hesitatIwmii Thrm May Up Kittled but now the fhtcf successes of the ny. Heathenism and iniquity nnd" Inf- has j.ist been adopted in Philadelphia. as to the democratic rights und privi- ing president" Is what, the republican In Washington, is t the naval ubnervu idelity depress everything. The Gospel llrnnn from Keworld. leges of the men who will compose the Ne iv York Tribune call him. "1 there rr n I trlUe. "Hilt," says some one, "why talk of of Jesus Chi 1st eicvates everything tnry, there Is a clock which supplies ex- next national convention? That Issues no me else?" ask the republican Port-In- n act time to mosfbf the large cities east surplus being put by laborers into co How do I account for this? 1 ilecouut Orcgonlan, a it contemplate this cannot be made by politician ha been OapyrUht. , hr iouls KiopscM operative nssooiatious, when the vast for It with he plainest philosophy. of the Mississippi once every day. Ji.st i. aid by so many of them Jn so many apparent certainty of Mr. McKlnley'n multitude of tollers In this country nre The religion of Jesus Christ is n demo- before noon its pendulum Is eonncvd reIn this discourse !r. Talmnge stigs struggling for their dally bread and cratic religion. It tells the employer with an electric circuit in such u way different way that it would seem idle n nomination, nud wonders, a"if thu to repeat the nsscrtlon were it not for publicans think tliej have walkover thatit ticks off seconds on all telegraph rests how th verlnsting wnr between have no surplus?" I reply: that he is a in for 1000, do thej" nonsense one Then, about c)titt ami labor may ho1. brought to a my hand the money spent byPut into tlves in the brother to nil the opera ic instruments on the Hue.tlckiugls sus- the continued Journnls nbout reads ef- buslncs In 10017" pro'tose to go out of the establishment made bv one minute before -, the he Oregoiilnu goes gold standard the bpvj end. The text Is Corinthians classes of America for rum and the same God, to He in the same dust fort In democratic circles to betray on to say: lT;Jt: The eje cannot iy unto the tobacco, ami will establish cooperative and to be saved by the same supreme pended, ami every listener along tho "Now Is the time to take Into account Itr.van and silver. line watches for hand. I have no need of thee." the rrrtsln Impression made upon such associations in all parts of the land, mercy. It does not make the slightest occurs exactly atthe resumption, which Nobody ever charged that the demosome cases noon. In r of our H'opl a are neither Fifty thousand workmen (n Owcagu somti of them mightier than nny ilnau t'iffcroncc how much money you hav;, I))' th iilrnlnlxtratfori a bell 1j struck once precisely ut 1". Hy cratic convention of ls'Jfi was disloyal nor censing work in one dnj Itroohlyn ial institutions of the country. We yon cannot buy your way into the kingof William McK'nlov. Is tlirro no ono noting how many seconds fast or slow to the tariff reform Idea. That conten- iUj l united hy the attempt to halt its d j.peml in this country over $100,000,000 dom of Heaven. If you have the grace tion the cars Cleveland in the throes ofa every year for tobocco. We spend oxer of God In your heart you will enter one's watch is at the sound, a mull can silverdeclared for tariff free coinage of "ft t n lm;orfeet world, and we munt nnd for n for retenue nt dal with voters as we II tu tliom. ft would set his timepiece by the best standard In Kir agitation ami restlessness among $1,500,000,000 directly or indirectly for Heaven. So you see it is a democratic one and the same time, and the very tie of all thlnirn most i men Is file and to Imi the I nited States. toilers all over the land hate caused an rum. The laKiring classes spent! their religion. Saturate our population in The observatory clock is kept right to men who wire foremost in Insisting opposed tooth nnd nail tlmt a rartdblattt epidemic of strikes, ami somewhat to share of this money. Now, suppose the with this gospel, nnd labor will he rerunning on Chlcufto coinage plank he form ahenM tho reiterated Hut wr plitr that n stron? Imi must better things I apply the Pauline tailoring man who has been expending spectful, labor will be rewarded, labor within a rmall fraction of a second, anil incorporated In free platform had the Imptilirs lcn reckim with tho oloclnl. well an the, varies from dny to dny only a few hunthought of my text. bis money in those directions should will bo honored, capital will be Chris-lin- n dredths of a second. Muny railroads, the most conspicuous advocate of thr reavon of ttii ixvaplx ft my not ho pes. You hnve seen an elaborate piece of just add up how much he has expended IMo ta ptaeate all ttist are nrat. in nil its behavior, nnd there will t colleges, astronomical observatories' Wilson law. They were broad enough AIM thy to th Kold ilandard, at botrj)al machinery, with a thousand wheels and during these past years and then sup- - be higher tides of thrift set in. to understand thnt a great pnrt must of tut Itil service, t sarrlttce of the nnd other Inst it ut Ions all over the coun n thousand bunds and n thousand put Let me say a word to nil capitalists: posc that that money was put inton coat try get their time corrected in this man- stand for something more than a single arm)', itelMysnesjlect uf Alaska' at n leys, all controlled In one great water operative I Hi Luzon. it sppclElsa-rlassociation and then suppose ,hhi omii executors. .MtiKe invest. ner daily In New York city the West- Idea, and the convention which nomi- of wheel, the machincrv so adjusted that plr Itke unfit mm fur office The ::t for eternity. Do not be like some he should have all his friends in toll. ern union furnishes the public with a nated Mr. Itrjan o declared. The mum a man that dresn'l try to evade. sa4 when you jar one art of it you jar all w ho had made the same kind of expend , those capitalists I know who walk noonilnv signal, by menus of which peo- Altgcld who l now bailing n faction r sad and try to carry parts of it. Well, human society is a it lire, do th e same thing, nnd that "round among their employes with a ple who arc on the street nenr the iiiksii In Chicago vrhlch has put button on man on hnlh howfdorii. They don'l like n grant piece of mechanism controlled by that will toll hU rsblaet oltsrer ha lie milted uii and put into u eo-- supercilious nir or driv: up to the f.ic- - office can get the correct time. On top it followers and luhelnl them "l.r.tnn t two anl htm to aty, nnd one great ami ever revolt mg force the ocrutive association ry in a manner which seems to Indi of their building n ball Is arranged on u sixteen to nne" had a much to do bel wuen to tall him ha wants or ttirr rend then take him to no. wheel of God's providence. You harm all ivith making tin.1 platform of lmHS a money expended for overdress cate they are the autocrat of the TiiMjr Uka a man that ha I ho doelstan to that pole so that it can be liberated tarn part of the machinery and you vny other one man In the democratic act anil tho courage to with the sun and moon in thalr ami ovorstv le and overliving on the part bv electricity wIich the noon liHrm all parts All professions inter- uf tolling people in The .v- i ork Tribune, the foremost order that they may vest pockets, ehietly anxious when the.v signal comes from Washington. Any party. No one then charged that Alt- dependent. All trades Interdependent. apxar as well as persons who have go among laboring men not to bV similar onr who is watching out see the Imll geld was luksvwnrm In Mm advooney of rupubllean iirynu nf them nil. In McKin-bAll clashes of people intcnlc'ndent. free. silver oolnnge, nnd jet A It gold's vcia rvinarka that "if President more income gather that all up, and touched by the greasv or smirched hum: drop. Capital and labor interdependent. No vou on Id have olcflghtln.'hutcoiiventkin w to have baa erreil, It has been in hesitating eoonntiveaoiatlons and have their broadcloth Injured. II. Now, in I'liibtilelphlH the plan has such thing as independence. Dives can- :ill over this land. a Christian cmplo.vir. Kcmcmber thorr Incorporated In the national platform to svasert hi own undoHlttMl premgu-lives.- " mM'tt modified u little, so art to operate not kick without hurting- his a plank who take no The In 1 am not sn.v ing anything nw about your are under j our charge nre bom-o- f in the evening inttead of (he da time. junction denouncing government bvfed- the assertion Tribune Inwyrr vmmstock in vn foot. They who threw Shailrac.h boue nnd tlesh of .vour llsh, that and tlm Interference uf that a nreded trades unions. You want to know what signal is sriveu hy turning ou a into th furnace got their own Ihu'Ios J think of trades unions. I think they Jesus Christ died for them and that And the eral troops for secretary of war. nud says: lot of electric lights that have been tern. scorched. Or to come Kick to the tig. are most Kneticial in some "Ooaar" . hsj ptantr of law)er n Its As It was In 1N6 so it will be In 1WX. Divide up your directions they are immortal. Mirarilv A minbi-kipuf of the tet, what a strange thing it. and they have a specific object ami in estate, or portions of them, for the lights on extinguished. hall row of are The delegates who will speak for the awnsdnpi thalr ft It toM net choosn the new city around the lemocnttie party will be eoubt la wouM Ik" If the rye should say: overkjnl bimetal-list.- . readily obtain sviestattlaoi. It othrs. lny, whoa there arc vast monojw-lie- s relief of the world K'fore you leawjt statue of Franklin arc kept burning tin rrem this I see the entire pnjsi'-a- l v. echunis-ntDo not get out of the world like thnt They will I hi oarncst tariff re- XnlHr nor the eaantry I so i thousand monopolies concenof the bodj. trating the wealth of the people into itwH wHo died In New York leavlng&ln lit lKut s.:17 o'clock. Then they nre formers him! will be ready to denounce ttsorouthtr satlsnad with the artual nark ufti.e the other trttlsNataly done hy tit war dtartment If there is anything I am disgusted the possession of a few men, unlcA-- i his will $40,000,000, yet giving how shut oil. llactl ut nine o'clock they the encroachment of the federal Hash up into view once more. urdar Its recant Isaad as to c with It in villi. It I with thuse miserable, lowon the liberties of the people, Mtujitmltr tha itmartHsary Utetstat the laiioringincnof this country andali mtteh for the church of God, how much hnptil that etentimlly the turn lug on lived hands. Or what if the li:ind should countries band together they will go for the alleviation of human suffering" that a now hfad has kcwi rlioaen for It fnl wna driHoenttic doctrine In It am the boss workman of the under. There is a lawful use of a trade He gave some money a little whilclie-for- e ii.uv he effected by an automntlcdevieiv and It will lx democratic doctrine In net to Much tsllh rafeienre to iMpcevlnit My: but at present it irdoneby Imml.ut the 1004k Hut a tit avaaary and ImjMrtoUvr senrleot. but whole physical eecnomj ha no union, but then there is an unlawful he died. That was well, but fiijji!! the development hi the nxstrvasij- with s stavr ta dotajr ome!iin( .iistant a telegraphic signal is heart). reapee: for tie other members of the use of n trade union. If it means sym- this will of $10,000,Co0 how much? fOre ate which nrlmanly Wtaoict u There are muiiv towns and villages in great Illinois and other strike eaiucil ata snd boae af ioarertsttv.f, tko son' I tody. If there is ant, thing 1 despise, it pathy in time of sickness, if it means mi'lfon? No. Five hundred thousaS" the national convention nf 1VM to deMo much tor the elaiiii. eonatantly is tlic eye. catrd under the dome of the finding work for people when they are No. One hundred dollars? No. Two the country that might profitably Imiclare ngtinM federal in tate Philadelphia. If the local authorPresident MeKlnley has foreheml, doing nothing but look. out of work, if it means the improve- cents? No. One cent? No; Tntsr ities do not undertake this time service, local affair and make thnt question pmradetl, tlmt no en tie, w ithln his own I come in, and I wave the flag of truer so far m the democratic part v ro opposition, an ment of the financial, the moral or the great cities groaning in anguUhTJtS-tion- s ionic enterprisiug merchant could jutrtj. HI very weakness ha prTrI was concerned, so will the between the two contestants, anil 1 pcligious condition of the laboring g crving out for the bread of advertise himself by furmy: "The c. e cannot say to the hand: classes that is all right. Do not artists unprecedented formation bis strrnsjth with the lmtronagc life. A man in a w ill giving nishing either a day nomination-makinUimcs of M have no need of thee.' and not one cent to Godjf It is ."New iork, or one signal like that in of trusts cawoe ta democratic partv in nr. art union? Do not band together in at night like that 1OW0 to demand their regulation by the repuWk-awrty. The Piatt, the That brings me to the first ugci-tloto our civilization. Or, m I- which the City of Jlrotherly s'ngers band together in Handel and a lne has national legislation. And Iweausc th Qnajs, and the Hannn of course adand that is, that labcrnud capital Haydn societies? Do not newspaper llustrated in a letter which I haeron arc to be brought to a better under- men band together in press clubs? Do cerr.ing a man who departed his life adopted. It Is astonishing how much present administration ha plunged u mire a president who wiil abd'eatc hi standing by a complete canvass of the not ministers of religion bind together leaving between $5,000,000 nndT$S.r0-000- . naccuracy there is In the clocks nnd into an unholy war nf eonqnnst and Mcr of aptointment in their watches thnt supply people with time. threfttcnrdthc stability of the rrpiihiic lint the thinking e.'emont of the whole subject. They w ill be brought to in conferences nnd associations? There Not one dollar was left, this writer It i not ut all uncommon to see jvnrty, although thry do not cnee when they find that they are idenis not in all the land a city w here clergy- says, to comfort the aged workmen fjye, ten or even IS minutes out clacks with a pernicious policy of imjier'alism of the the lrmoen.tic convention wilt speak jsack prima rios dcUtor doirgnte. or tical in their interests. When one goes men do not come together, many of and workwomen, not one dollar toekv way In the homes of jiersons who nre in such language that all the people eontrel oenventions, have taken the clown, they both go down. When one them once a week, to talk over atTairs. vate and instruct the hundreds of ale usually accurate In other matters. They can understand what the policy of the measure of President MeKlnloy; and rises they both rise. There will be an Kor these reasons you should not blame children who stifled tliefr cbiUMi do JKt attempt to set their timepiece's wrty will lie If Intrusted with therein enough of them will tiKe against hint equilibrium after awhile. There never labor guilds When they are doing growth In the heat a ml clamorLis righUfqr days or weeks at a time, and of government. to defeat his rcriection. If the democ an exception to the rule. That theirlegitlinate work, they oreiinost factory. Is it strangcTtKat thccuTuof thenJfcvjcM Jins'necn Thera ha nisi been a ,t1mI nuproach-In- g rtvej U wUe. admirable, but when they come around the children of toil follows such In- of s. pissingat the time hy the whistle railway train, which may President MeKlnbTy may even find a nntfomil convention since the with drum nnd life nnd flag and drive gratitude? How well could one of his be several minutes behind time. The war when there wa lilt Jo friction that, so far n the nomination lUrlf is is had for one class will event- people otT from their toil, from thelr many millions have been didiunrd for moral ually and in time be bad for all. scaffoldings. from their factories, then the present and the future benefit of correct,effect of having one's timepiece among acmcratr regarding tbt prw ottneerHed, he hss soM hi birthright and uf keeping one's engage- jiocd msvin planki a the national plat- foe not even a rapt of j tot t ago. The Kvrry speech that labor makes they nre nihilistic, then they are com- those whose hands had woien literally ments on the very minute, is too great form. And. just a the republican Pk.tu. the Hnntsas and the Qua; would against capital postpones the day of munistic, then they nre liarbaric, then the fabric of the dead man's princely to be will dre'a-- r for xomething else net besltnte to knife him in a minutr. permanent adjustment. Kvcry speech they nre a curse. If a man wnnts to fortune. O capitalists of the I nltcd nishes overlooked. Anyone who furso dictate. Albany the tfnld standard, so will the shotik! that capital mnke against labor post- stop work, let him stop work, but he States, be your own executors' lie n naiiy a town with Washington time would be conferring a double lUsniocratie party declare forsoi:".hiHg Argus pones the day of permanent adjust- cannot stop me from work. George Pcnbody, if need be. on a small blessing Y. more than free silver coinage, and the Hut now suppose that all the lalwring scale. God has made jou a steward. Tribune. on the community. ment. When capital maligns labor, it ALGERISM STILL AN ISSUE. campniirw wiil fought to a finish on is the eye cursing the hand. When la- elasses handed together for benefieient Discharge your responsibility. which mot conbor maligns capital, it is the hand curs- purposes in association unMy word is to all laboring men in this THE WEST VIRGINIA SOUP." the to the people- are of theCity Times Ttte .tdmlnUlrnlloii'a Hrrord Cannal .- Kansas cern ing the eye. As far as I have observed, der .whaiever name they put their country: I congratulate you at yonr lie I'lrnrnt of (be the vast majority of capitalists are suc- means together. Suppose they take the brightening prospects I congratnlcte It Imnhr. KIlnB lire and a IllaeU spot. BANNA'S RETIREMENT. Spread, anil OrlRlnalril 11 urcessful lalKirers. If the capitalists money that they waste in rum and to- you on the fact that you are getwould draw their glove, you would see bacco and use it for the elevation of ting your representatives at AlTwo of Senator McMillan's business ine the War. .to Mkrllhooil nf Ihr VflOnl ru vm I the broken fingernail, the scar of an old their families, for the education of their bany, at Harrisburg and at Washpartner ami avowed friend made libllie Itule llnx fmoi A novel custom, started in the days blister, the stiffened finger joint. The enihlren, for their moral, intellectual ington. I have only to mention such eral contribution to the fund with Mnar) MaUIni:. great publishers of the country for the and religious improvement, what a dif- a man of the pat as' Henry U Ison. of the civil war, prevails in the eastern which the expense of the "Alger web At Shephenlstown most part were bookbinders or type- ferent slate of things we would have the shoemaker; as Andrew Johnson, West Mrginia. come" to Detroit were to le df rayed The announcement that setters on small pay. The great car- in this country and they would have the tailor; as Abraham IJncoi.i. the they have a picnic called "soups." Kach Hannn I "retiring from businc"Mark One of them nccomMiHlcd his check person invited bring a dressed chicken. riage manufacturers for the most part in Great Ilritain! boatman. The living lllustr-ton- s the liouirv. Ilotv is it poihlc for with n note expressing "contempt for Do you not realire the fact that men easily occur to you. This will ga on the host providing the vegetables. sandpapered wagon bodies in wheela man of large fortune to "retire from President Mclvinlry ami hi cowardly work better without stimulant? You until you have representatives at all the Poultry and vegetables are placed In wright shops. without giving up his for- tn'Htmrnt of On. Alger." Thedonntor While, on The other hand, also hoped "the reception will be tho ur ay, "Will you deny the laboring men headquarters, and you will have full large kettles holding from ten to twen- buslnc" tune? large manufacturing establishments this help which they get from strong justice. Mark that. I congratuJateyou ty gallons and the combination is Time was when a man with all hi biggest thing on record." drink, borne down as they are with also at the opportunities for our chil- cooked over open firrs for several you will find men working on wage Neither Pretidcnt MeKlnley nor his property in farms could Intrust it to who once employed 100 or 500 hands. .many anxieties and exhausting work?" dren. I congratulate jou that , mi have hours, or until it is reduced almot to a the ma mm erne nt of agents ami If he supporters need have cause to regard The distance between capital and labor I would deny them nothing that is good to work ami t'al when you are dead jelly. Pepper and other seasonings arc had exercised sound judgment In se- this, or the numerous other manifestaintroduced. i not a great gulf over which is swung for them. I would deny them strong your children will have to work lecting honest agent could be sure of tion in Michigan, seriously. The I congratulate you also on .vonr opThe girls and young fellow stir the some sort of income. Ami at prrsent strange waj of Michigan olUics tnay & Niagara suspension bridge. ItisonJy tlrink. if I had the power, because it is a step, and the capitalists are crossing damaging to them. My father said: "I portunities for information. spoos. keep It i possible for u roan of moderate be pat finding out, but there is nothpaid soup with over to become laborers, and the labor- became a temperance man in early life i" 1,360 for two books. Jerome ruined ing up a march or walkarwssM the ket- means to transact no more badness ing In this particular kind nf ebullition harvest Ubimself financiallr by buiirte one tles a they do so. When a girl's spoon than the signing of dividend cheek either trance or threatening. It I ers are crossing over to become, cap occnuse I found that in ..cm, iiil- i was italists. Would God they might shake the other men. 1 naiuranv weaker than volume of "Oriiren." What vast uimar-- clicks against the Fpoon of u young snd looking after an occasional change exactly of a piece with the "sympathy" could hold out longer tunities for intelligence for you which Senator McMillan recently hands while they cross. On the other nd man he is at liberty to catch and kiss ut iMtestmrat. than nny for Alger when the latter war hand. lalorer are the highest style of lant and of them. They took stimu- .Vfyr children! A workingman goes her. Of course, there are many Mvely lint ro.vada.Vfc the man of great fortook none." along by the show window of r.me skirmishes, and a great deal ef fssn capitalists Where are their investtune, no matter how it Inv estcd. dares forced by the pressure of public opinI know a gentleman xtry well . . .. ... .i.ii. i. who game. When the roup is dene It h ments? In Itanks? No. In the rail- has over 1.000 jiuuiiuiHp iuousr, ana ne see aJ retire. Honesty I not the only ion o retire from the cnblnet. hands in his employ. Tactic of this sort cannot divert th book that eon, five dollars He ladrled out into plates and eaten, it h qwcltir roads? No. Their nerve, their muscle, said to him fttial In the agent of the some their bone, their mechanical skill, their was great trouble years ago when there "I wish I could have that information. said to W delicious prcvint day. although It is still and Iue of Algerian! in Michigan any in the labor market: I wish 1 could raise tire dollars tor that The custom owes its origin to a com ever physical health, are magnificent cap- "How be thu prime essential. He more than In other part of the conn-trAlger I gone, but Algcrlsm repany of Stonewall Jtekson's men wbe must lmre capacity for delicate nnd ital, lie who has two eyes two cant. rnenr are you getting on with your costly and beautiful hook" A Oh." he main to plague the administration, n two feet, two hands ten fingers, has trouble." -- Why," said,."I have no months pas on, and he gets the value were recruited in that part f the state. ami ever mere complisaid, "have not you of that book for ii cents is a pampbitt. witness Iagan. It maybe n I t These that feds keep p their orcom machinery that puts into nothingness had any Surh agent strikes?" "Oh, no," he said. There never was such a day for the ganization. Thry have u rrsinion once cated censemrrcia affairs. ami become aufllelent woe can be worked up In sown carpet and screw and cotton factory and to be igrnt l never had any Michigan to send Alger to the aennte, all the other implements on the planet. do you pursuer trouble." "What plan workingnien of America as this day and a year, at which they celebrate with a nUllsouaircs Bo the He slid: "I will tell the day that it coming. lagrand "soap." must be ever watchful, ever hard nt but that will not cleanse the adminisThe capitalists were laliorcrs the yon. All my 1 also congratulate yoa work, ever watching to root out the tration's record of Algcrlsm. WashIt is said that a "soup" projH-rlgotbecame your borers were capitalist s The sooner we hnw matters men know every year just stand. Every little while work is only prefatory and introdu of those winjt. which riches now ington Times ten up should be made of .Uilru chick understand that the better. I call them together and say: 'Now, tore. You want the grace of Jesis ens nut the veterans hud to give up mere than eter lwfore tend to stirout Again, there is to come relief to the. boys POINTS AND OPINIONS. I made so much; this Christ, the Carpenter of Nazareth. lit foraging after the war und muke a thnt thev may take flight. laboring classes of this country through year 1last jear made less; so you see I cannot toiled Himself, and He knows Hhsumi may he shifting the form of how o .sompromise b going arowid in squad cooperative associations I am not at pay as much as 1 did If Hannn has reallv "given up last year. Now, sympathise with all who nnd th4 moment speaking of trades unions Get roosts by mu- Id ifiestf meats Hut neither he nor business" he's out of politics. N. Y. 1 want to know w hat you think 1 ought grace In your heart, and toil. can HI y tual robbing each other's Y. vou asti other moo em understanding. N. but of that plan bv which laborers put to have as a Sim. ttnrni. percentage wiM ever "ritire from business" or their surplus together and become their tablishment and what out of this es- on the scaffolding amid the storm, in An republican" ha I ought to the shop shoving the Cntlly- fare f4r OMrirbrs. Ui be u mighty plane, own capitalists Instead of being been nominated for office in dreen gire v ou. You know put all ray T plunging the crowbar, on in the roue There was a happening nt the os- limn hv km as lie utays above ground county, 01.1-- , v tiock rf white crow .hinhoaiJ upon the beck of this capitalist in this business, put all ha also been seen; hen nre cutting or that capitalist, they manage their tune in it and risked everything.my for- climbing the ratlines. He will narr trich farm recently which dUtirtn es end Hay rich N. Y. World. What the drops of sweat on yonr brow girV the theory that the ostrich is. sntiiJlid own affairs In Kngland and Wale do you really full set of teeth, nnd tho democrat Mi ilcKiak-I ought to have and mny make himself tering pearis for the eternal coronrt. with eatinsr nails Uarle4 wu uim! the expect to carry Vermont. Albany Arthere are Sl3 cooperative associations you ought tothink have?' IJy the time we Arc ya--j tired? He nil! rest you. like. A man who h4 viMtos the furm iay about Aamiral Uewey! The hero gus They have 340.000 members They have eoroe out of that Ale consultation we are you sick? He will you help. Ale the day IWore discovered ihut Id gold A Cntite ii nut oeh a Mswitarium lu a capital of $13,000,000. or what Picslilent MeKlnley I n responunanimous There never has been an yon cold? He will ffve foiHtkv tbc beot thing an wrap ou in the watch was missing. Thinking that he timte ms tu vIU.imi sible for the conduct of the war dela our dollars and they do a eveeptioiu When we prosper, we all Amerioiiti ever had In the lino business annually of $63,000,000. Thom- prosper together; when we suffer, we mantle of His love. Who are tbey lev might have lost ft at the fnrm, htof pralsr or position to cssuy the doubt- partment a Mr Alger. He lias known -lr to look for It. When lore iBcmrone? "Ah."jwi as Brassey, owe of the foremost men in oil suffer together, ful chtii"K i u jin'ttkleiitial utruggle. how tlmt department tr.indiitlnisttrctl and my men would mill nothing ha been done without hi the Ilritish parliament, on the subject die for me." Now. Jet all employer be hands were never calloused with toil!" he enlisted the services of jwtk und He might win H. to be and say: Coopcratioa is the one and the frank with their emploj es Take them Yes. they were. You mv : "Their fvet started in quest, without entertaining KokkuuHs flyers nnd JlenutiH to find fviirtiou. The retirement of Alger, jwy therefore, were sever Win end with the long jour- much hope of finding the watch. Alowt onlv relief for the laboring population. into our confidence. Let will in niMiiensure be in j there know ney." Yes tbry were, but Christ rabed the first thing noticed by the jnth the frHfcdrt. but fhe intlueiirr sn,; o;w JWs is the path," he savs "by which of the sins of the administrahow matters stand. There is an them to that high eminence. (n the jwtrfnjtii fcf x v t'lui-- uiairtrsty mi i tion. Ilaltiinore Who un. was an ostrirh tossing something they are to come up from the hand to immense amount of common sense Sun. in these? hate wothlntf o a jimn like iJewcy. Mor thr month style of living to reap the the world. It is always safe to .trpeal of groat"These are they thai cubic jut air. It was the watch, and wsjJdgjsss-'ace-il (sower t the likes of him ' AVaauingtOf If Mr. MeKlnley had nsked tho If It had Imen a tribulation and had their lecn swallowed reward and the honors of our ad- to it. secretary of war to retire a jcar ago, I'ltljtiS rebos washed and made white in 'be watch. It hupjtentd that both vanced civilization." Lord Derby and when the demonstration of hi utter I remark, again, groat relief will blood ef the Ijimb." That far tide were oened and lodged in the MeJCJstley it hunting for u gcnerul unfitness was John Smart .Mill, who gave half their eonre to thr laboring clattei of complete, hr would have this Christian worktngman ami for cttv beak. The ncxl day fhe valuation of Htlsrmt poliiicL to seud to lives to the study of the lalmr qurs'Jon. country tlirwmrli the reHeiaus tfd hi Christian working woman will be the one of the birds was i.iilunofd iUt. It the I'hHJjrjsiai'e. N;i:ruis that the odium of administration froa he J nnild Jie believed I trrr. f.f h vocperstive Alccrlstn. Hut by retaining t kn. je uiruj j ..-.-. I.. V...........! iinu reswallowed a diamond from the setting 3aa whif S4blaes Agulsvaldu might aail sustaining hltn until hetoiuntnrlly The coopc.mive institution forxnei in warded in praportien as a eammunlty beginning of eternal holiday. of a woman visitor, who Inadvertently a ewugrrotjs aiidWate ugalnst tetlre the president ha Troy. X. Y stood long enough to U- - is Christianized. "Why is that ear Hash affords us an example of an end fought to console the bird bj- oare sting ilra In the text national republluau fttapciftslble for Alger's made himself fact that great good night I unal'tt.eflia in lid country it & pen lunratc the offeiiic td without means-Chic- ago Its forehead. Arizona IttpubMoan tcnrcntlon. lodlatciiod SentlutL Dally News shortcomings. N. World. CA " PIT AL AND LABOR. I njflitly"'carried I ' u on anil mightily devcl- - T ' J"s-t- .l lll electro-telegraph- y I l.rn 1 1 1 olllee-holtln- omro-neoker- rntl-ron- dttaa-trou- a tin-o- f M de-la)- -, rtulv-ofatn- wa-tn- I uui-vers- c, auto-maticall- v - y - v 1 . -- utuas me-.i'ier- s rt"-l- I . 1 - e Uc. evr-lastin- overeapi-talixatsonun- d chaf-frrin- g, g n n. di.-i;rae-e - con-ventk- ix-s- st lne wg-ge- st in-n- v - f It long-handle- d il 1 e 1 1 h'"' sv: st til v. ever-changi- 1 ex-co- pos-ilhl- -- multi-millionair- e t- multi-millionni- s "nntl-llnnn- a - de-ittud- e hard-worUn- 1 cn-crK- v corre-spttm- ih - it-tur- My.-thi- jt -- f istit::!e. rer-ti&.- etrt . hi-jo- rae - rac4t$?H$9Ki &&M!mmmKizsss8sggaB!mmms4 1223E3&GBr fl3aS JH "im. yr- - wwi"y"." TiPft" 'l l 'jr-11- "ZZBJI&SaSSB. ' MMM,MMP'M,',l'M,M'""M'"aMM TICKED FIVB CENTURIES. .w I INTERESTING STATE NEWS. I Tbe Famous Old Town Cloclc Honen tin ICrpI Time for BIO 1 I Vcar. EXPLOSION IN A TUNNEL, Is II BERRY DENIES IT. Nrvrr i.l.l That Mlllliun .1, H'tiulil llnln UMnefirof l'irinnl Vlo- I nil If II Chiii to Kentucky, Traffic mi h Cliirliumil iiutlinrn Itosd lllurkixl I17 iti Krsullnitt Muulder- Inir llrsa 'Ire miiU I hi. "iVrrcUayn, Somkiihkt, Ky., Ail);. 10. Twaitytwo freight car furnished fuel font Mtiold-rlnlire in tunnel No. on the Cincin- u nati Southern, msvcii mile 1,011th, denying the authenticity of a recently TuoMlay inoriilu, und the eouiiiiny published Interview in which he was vn obliged to opcrato puciii;rr quoted as Aayiug that Win. J. llryan train via Jrllleo and the Loulsvlllo would be in danger of personal viofc I.ouisvii.i.K, Ky Aug. n. Congrckv man A. S. Merry, of Xewiwrt, telegraphed the Coiumerciul Sunday night N.ikliTllIc ro.nl. There were nix loiicicil car In the train of elliptic. Ono of these was a tank car containing oil, and next to It was k cur of naphtha. Thee cur wore nhuiit In the center of the train, und they were uboul In the middle of the tunnel, when they exploded from cmt.e not known, Instantly the rear of the train Jammed iu and wedged the wreckage. It may require several days to remove the doWU. l.i:xi.MnoN, Ky., Aug. la A Ore and lioso wagon, together with icvcral Lexington lircineti, were Tuev tluy night Kent on a hperlul train from here to the burning tunnel on the Cincinnati Southern railroad, cven mile voutli of Somerset. .Simkiihkt. Ky., Aug. 11 Thrco men arc now known to have erUhcd In en-Ci- ne lence if lie curried out his announced purpose to come to Kentucky in tho interest of the candidacy of William (ocbcl. Congressman Merry's mesag follows: "1 never said or thought llryan would bo in danger in Kentucky. 1 did say hu could only make cuemlei by taking part iu the present can vat." SHE DARED HIM. WlllUin Crmfv lllvril Into tli ltlrnr From tha it I our llrlilc at l.iiulavill Siimlaj' .vrirriioou. 1 1 Itoucn, one of the principal cities of n France, and the grealest sent of Itn manufacture, possesses the oldest public clock iu the world. The great Itoucn clock hn held its place Iu that ity for 510 year and in Hie pride of Hi dtlens. Placed In 1380, Jt )ipk been running without Interruption from that day to lhl, requiring nothing except cleaning and n few trifling repairs-oits accessory partB. The great clock had so nceustomed the citizens to look upon Its exactitude n n matter of course that when, In 1572, the breaking f a wire presented Its rounding five o'clock one morning, the population wns In n state of consternation. The magistrates summoned the Gulllnume Petit and remonstrated gravely with him. Until 1712 the great clock had no pendulum. For 323 years It had no other regulator than a "follot," an apparatus unknown to the majority of modern clockmnker. The pendulum In clockwork wan Introduced in 1C50, but so well satisfied were the people of Itoucn with the timekeeping qualities of their famous old clock that 53 yeors were nlkveVcd to pans tyforo n pendulum was substituted for the "follot." Equipped with this new ipparuttis it has continued to this day to strike the hours nnd chime, the qnar-r-s. cot-iociifi-fodl- an Ky., Aug. H. -- Mccausa explosion In tuu-nNo. i, on the Cincinnati Southern. The remain of Ccorge Spencer, a oti of Prof. Spencer, of llurunidc. Ky., were taken from the tunnel Wednesday morning and Identified. The lody of hU brother, who vaa with him, and that of a tramp who ha not an yet been Idcutl-lied- , were alo recovered. (icorge n graduate of Vct Point. Spencer A llnllrt Through III llrart. Fire engine frotn Lexington, Ky., and I.o.Mo.v, ICy., Aug. 14. Campbell Chattanooga have arrived and are playing on the flame. Hundred of people William Is charged with shootinir and flocked to tlui tecne of the explosion killing Charles Jones, near I'ast Mern- Hiidt. It I said that Jones came to Tuesday anil Wednesday to cc the Miliams' house and impersonated no wreck. ollleer. staling that he had a warrant THE WHISKYTRUST. for a isoinnii who was at the house, H llrlnga ull Ml Loalsrlllr, Alleging That and thai lie came to take her away. Williams told him that he wanted no Ortalii I), still. ra 1)1.1 Not till fuss In hi house and then turned to 1 lilr Cnnlrarlt leave. Mcpplug on the outside he I.ouihvii.1.:. Aug. J2. The Kentucky called to Joucs to come out, und aa DUttllir and Warehouse company ha Jones got on the outside it is charged brought Milt in the United State dis- that Williams shot him through tha trict court here agalnt the proprietor heart, killing him instantly. William of the W, It. Saffell dlktlllery. near wa arrested and brought to London Lawreneebiirg; the WaterllU A. Frazcr and lodged in jail. dUtlllery, near Tyrone, and the I). U hUlrr f Senator Vi Drail. Moore, near Hurgln. The allegation Ky,. Aug. Owi:M!oiio. are that the plaintiff company, after LouUa Vest Tripielt, wife of li Mr. II. Kcurtng option on theno plant, was S. Triplet!, anil mother of Hon.Cnpu George forced to defer payment because of V. Triplet!, prominent as n ncuspaper w hat wt eouldored an attempted man, died hero of a complication of gouge on the part of the defendant. following an attack of paralyThe Milt tiled how that the truM disease sis several months ago. she was n siswa h n Ion to Kceure the plant, and of Hon. George (S. Vest, United made everal attempt after t.ecurmg ter States senator from Missouri. the option to get them at what wa el Monday night' ni a girl dated him, William Crowe borrowed Gertrude Moore's bathing suit and at 4 o'clock .Sunday nfternoon dived Into the river from the Mlij Foui bride, u similar leap from which killed Thomas Ile.ivcy Jut a week ago. Crosc, who Is an athlete of local repute, made the descent of 00 feet successfully and expresses n willluglcs to repeal the performance. (lertrude Moore is a fisherman' daughter. Crowe is a suitor. He up to Sunday at least stood second in her favor. Ill bridge jumping feat wai the result of bantering by the girl. AMERICAN GIRL'S RETORT. Rrr Quirk Wit ami Knowledge of rrrtieli Once Mood Good Mead. llrr In was polng down the rather narrow tttulrs that leud frotn the house to the garden, nt the American cmbatsy, rIic met three or four young attache of foreign legations, who were entire stran-rer- s to her, says the St. Louis Their politeness induced them to stand aside for her to pass, ut their courtesy did not prevent their making audible personal comments. They seemed to tnkc It for granted that French was nn unknown tongue to A in erica us. "I.K)k at her yellow drcis; It's very pretty," said No. 1. "Yes, but she has on white gloves," announced No. 2. "She has good teeth," said No. 3. "And nn enormous mouth," added As one of our countrywomen Globe-Democra- , A story ,is going the Rolf mutch between Hev. Dr. Sterrct and Juntice liar-lu- n He Did Jiot Want Advice, nut I'ald for of the United Statei ruprcnic rourt. The Incident occurred at Chevy Chnte Gclf of Talking for the I'rlrllt-Kclub, one of the prominent organizations One Hour. near Washington, during a meeting thene two ardent golfers. The doctor A junior member of a Dearborn discovered that his hall teed up in tempting luw firm, reports the Chicago style for a fine brattle ihot, and, with the itrect with Tribune, tells this story of one of his ut:nort deliberation, he went through n the preliminary "waggle," and with fu first clients: prcine effort missed the balla For fully a "I had just been appointed junior minute tic gazed at the tantalizing sphere member of the llrm und relieved the without uttering a word. At length Jusolder members by looking after the tice Harlan remarked solemnly: "Doctor, that was the most profane silence 1 ever minor cases. One day a litttned to." Pittsburgh Dispatch. man called at the otliec und inquired 'If 1 could ghe him an hour of my time Ilrnln Work anil Exercise, sad what w on Ul be the cost. I told him, It has been declared that three hours of and he ucceptcd the terms but added: brain work will destroy more brain tissue " 'This Is not to be a consultation. 1 than a whole day of physical exereice. America is filled with men and women who 1 do not wiuit advice or assistance. earn their living by their brains, llcstct-tcr'- s Stomach Hitters makes the mind actknow perfectly well what I nm going to do, but I want to talk. 1 have no ive and vigorous. This medicine is a tonic, dyspepan appetizer, and a sure cure friend to whom I can unburden my- sia. It has a fifty years' record offor cures. Sec self, but If I pay 3011 to listen I shall that a private Revenue Stamp covers the hasen right to talk to you freely for the neck of the bottle. time agreed upon.' Cnt n Swell. "I agreed to tills sttuuge proposition Uniplojcr I eiippotc you cut quite a swell and npjKiintcd nn hour at noon the folball last night, lowing day. The mnn came promptly, at the African citizens' George? and 1 took out cigars and told the George Washington 'Deed I did, Mistah office boy we were not to be disturbed Drown. Dev wah a dude niggah waitah who dun tried t' fliwt wif my I.00, an' 1 cut him for tin hour. deep, 1 did,. Mah razah ccwt'nly hah a keen "'Mind,' the man suid, 'I don't want aidge. Ulno State Journal. you to interrupt inc. 1 am paying you to llsteu.' I.mllra Can Wrnr Nhnr "Then he begun. For one hour he One size smaller after using Allen's Foct-Kasa for tho feet. It makes talked as one who nrser in his life hod or new powder easy. Cures swollen, tight shoes hot, unburdened himself to a sympathetic sweating, aching feet, Ingrowing nails, corns nnd nhoe listener. I listened without saying a and bunions. At all druggist FKEE tsord. When the clock struck one the stores. 3.1c. Trial package Lo Koy, by mall. K. Y. Address Allen 8. Olmsted, rcn titled talking, paid his fee, took up Its hat r.nd walked out. Wouldn't Tnkr Any Clinnces. "Six uuHitlis Inter, looking over the A certain Nauvoo woman assured licr husdolly paper, the etory of a suicide at band that she ncser told him, a lie and never one of the hotels nttraesy my atten- wouid. He told her that he did not doubt it, tion. The name was that of my t&tti-ftlv- e tut would hereafter cut a notch in the piano you knew she deceived client. I have nlways believed when he she screamed; "I'mhim. "No to not going won't!" that it he had had some one to talk to have my piano ruined." Chicago Inter again he would not have committed Oceiu. suicide." e be-twe, LAWYER'S ODD CLIENT. A Profane Silence. ,.rt,i.f tSSadO An Excellent Combination. nlcasant method and beneficial well known remedy, 01 Sjritui- or Fins, mcmifucturod by tho CiLiroitNiA Fio Svnui- - Co.. illustrate the value of obtaining the lujulv4 laxative principles of .plants known to uC medicinally laxative and nrescnting them in the form most refreshing to tha taste and acceptable to the system. It Is tho one perfect strengthening laxative, cleansinir the system effectually, dispelling colds, hcndnchcH nnd fevers gently yet promptly and enabling ono to overcome habitual constipation permanently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality und substance, and its acting on tlie kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening or irritating them, make It the Ideal laxative. In the process of manufacturing figs arc used, as they arc pleasant to tho taste, but the medicinal qualities of tho remedy arc obtained frotn senna and other aromatic plants, by a method known to the Califoknia Fio Svnur Co. only. In order to get its beneficial effects and to nvold imitations, plenso remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of every package. effects - il" te CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FBANCISCO, CAI NEW YORK, W. T. LOUIBVn.I.E. KT. For sate by all Druggists. Price 50c. per bottle. EER PENCIL GAVE HER AWAY. t. rhl Girt Iletrnrrd llrr Calling by Wrarlaa- It In Hutr. A tailor-mad- and Fever is a bottle of Giiove's Tastkless Ciiiu. Tonic. His simply iron and quinine in a tasteless form. No euro -- no pay. I'riccJjOc. Aw The first Prescription for Chill S3&S3.50 SHOES "H" ,W...H. Indorsed by over 1,000,000 other make. W. L. DOUGLAS Worth $4 to $0 compared with llrr Esy!r.natloB. Ko. 4. ronldcred a The largest null Jut price. I liefMM'il day afternoon and selected November 15 as the time for beginning the next aiiiiuil meet and Instill Springs, Ky,, as the place. Joc, Cal: Kelt Into Hit. 1(1 tor ami Drownrd. "lour Mispcct ha trong resemLena I lodPaiii'caii. Ky., Aug. blance to Dunham. Hold for further Investigation. Ma he scar iu the edge ger, colored, aged 10 years, fell off tho steamer Golconda and was drowu-eof hair over right ear?" Sho washed her faee in a basin, Th' prisoner ha tho scar Indicated. When arrested he gave the name of li which was near an open gate, and C Netheilleld, and claimed to be from while feeling for a towel with hcreyci closed fell overboard. Ohio. remtrd ouuiandlng for the of .lame Duiihau, the sextuple murderer, u noted in California. About n week neo n upecl wan arrested here and a photograph was sent to the Friday the California authoritlcn. pollio received the following telegram from Sheriff It. J. langford at San 11,01)0 nr-rct JarTcIl, of Lawrcneeburg. The price Mradlcy Weilnevlay morulug refused to hu paid in cave the option wat ac- to pardon the Frankfort Coal Dealers' cepted wa 58S.O0U, exehulvc of the association, under indictment for conprice of tho w)iIkv stored In the dis- spiracy to regulate the price and cretillery, a tprclal price beltijr placed on ate a mouooly in the coal business. that. The price lixed on the plant of Tho indictments will probably lie disI). 1 Moore, It I alleged, was S'i 0,000. missed in September. mid on that of WaterllU &. Tracer .Munjr llrlilcra mil ril .1 w.)-- . S'W.OOO. Vaxchiii-'iio- . ICy., Aug. IS. Tho JAMES DUNHAM. heaviest electrical storm ever witnessed in this section visited tins place OfTrml fur tho Srttupln Thursday night, iiccnmpautcd by a Marilrrrr Witntnl I I Mllfnriitu-I- t. cloudburst. Streets owrilowed with Ilroil Iu ll Ilnilrr Ari.il. water several feet deep. Mridgcs were I.ouihVll.ti:. Ky.. Aug. IS. The local washed away throughout the comity. poll co are beginning lo figure on the Great damage to crops. airalnt V. it FiUNKKOisr, a I'ltrilon. Ky., Aug. 11. Gor. llftil r Annual .Writ. Ky., Aug. The executive committee of the National Fox Hunters' association met here ThursLr.xixoTO.v, rifllillllr' li li d. rom Ainhii.il. MliiniKMioiio, Ky., Aug. 11. Twelve Is reported Lo.vdo.v, Ky., Aug. hundred miners working in tills dis- here that Dave Ciiadwell has been shot trict have been untitled that they will from ambush near his home in Clay Chudwcll I deputy sheriff be given an advance over the prccut county. price of live per cent,, the advance to and is said o belong to the Morris-Grlll- lti Mini I Will Url Itrttrr K. liIt take elfect October Ill 1. ml August. faction. tllrl 1 niiiinlti Milrlile. Coi.i'miiia, Ky., Aug. 13. News hai aUoufta, Ky., Aug. til. Some farmFriday night lost their entire just reached hero of the suicide of ers erop. The 0, W. Moneghon Planing Sallle Kageu, of Creelsboro, caused, it Mill Co. lost S.'.OO worth of logs by the rush of waters out of llraekeu creek, which tore loose their boom. sailor hat. They whispered approving on the summer costume. curtain went up, and the girl ptoved'h'cnhendgcnr. .n.- iiirii mm jni cumigu prcKcnceor The leading lady had just appeared mind te flee the premises. when one of t)ie women back of the girl chUchcd her' companion's nrm and Whr Women Plulit Mnlrkiir. "Are women more subject to sea- whispered: "Cash!" sickness than men?" An Atlantic capThere was a piercing scorn in her tain replies:, "Ver, but, on the other hand, they stand It better. A woman tone that made it carry. The girl In struggles up to the point of despair white heard It nnd spasmodically put igr.lnst the what 1 might call the Im- her right hand up to the coll of pretty propriety of the thing. She Isn't so blonde hair. Then she flushed n painful much tortured by the pangs ns she is crimson. Stuck among the shell hairpins was n worricil by the prospect of becoming dUhcuded, haggard nnd draggled. She bit of lead pencil with n piece of soiled Ights ngnlnst it to the Inst nnd keeps rubber In the end. The horrid women up appearances ns long ns she can hold who had ciivlts! I'er as the possible daughter of a millionaire had up her head." that she was n clerk in a downtown defrom I'llr. partment store. Dr. U. O. Howard, the entomologist jf the ngrlculturnl department, Is credWHY HE WEPT. ited by n Washington correspondent with sii.vlng that it is the judgment of III Mother Told the Chnliliy Urchin the highest authorities that a considerWhirr nnil How lit- - Und Urrt-- i Hurt. able part of the typhoid In camps during the Spanish wnr was due to the A very fat little boy v ith chubby leps flits, which carried the contnrrlon. thnt stuck out nt right angles from his wntertnelon-shapcbody sat in a THE MARKETS. His fond Georgetown enr iOue day. ni.'uiinm was engrossed in "says slicClM'INNATI, AUff. 15. LIVESTOCK Cattle common. f a ing" and "says being" with her comG. 4 10 a uj Ill) eifc uuieuer panion, and Master Chunk made up 0 lliMit t ? 'i 1IOO- - Coarse and heavy 3 0V Ct 4 '.'J his mind that he'd tike to look out of 4 (11 luvkcrx ttl4 7J the window. He rolled over nnd 4 (II I. Klit Mhlimi-rft lcc 4 IO ira 4 15 climbed up on the seat, says the Wash'M ii (i M I.AMH Sprliiir ington Post. I MH'lt 3 W. 3 WlntvriMtoni ".Vow, don't do that," said mamma. UltAIN ?t .'red &. .j. :t ml 2 mixed , .... "Jiift (7 "You know you've had one awful fall C'im-NN J doing "that, so sit right down." Oai ' No. , ltcPrime 5to rlmtic. ft "Where did 1 full, maV" he piped, HAY lirilly. .Mes Q, DM ork 10 I.ard M "In the street car." lll'lTKH liiilcodilrr O Qt "Did I hurt myself?" he asked. Ciimcv creittne v APPLKV-Canin- e i ti iiinuv ft :o "Yes," she answered. l'OlAlOKs-Nc- w. i r brl 131 (. JO "Where?" nnd he looked anxious. CII1CAOO. "On the hnnd," his mother replied. lT.Orn-- W. 3 43 liter l'.iumt ( a UIIAIN-WhNo ' red.... Muster Chunk raised one cushion of a ft ;o ii hand to his head, and then, without the N 3 t'lilcafo Sprlni; ti. COltN-3 ft 31 No, 'J 0T!t & '.'1U slightest warning, he let up u roar thnt I'OltK Mrhs 7 .VI H h M would h.ic made the bull of liaslmn r 10 LAUD aioum it S green with envy. All the way up to NKW YOItlC High street iiminma was lniFy comfortur 3 ID patent 3 WIIKA.-N- oS rod 'i ing him. She had recalled a painful (OUN-N- o. i mixed circumstance to him nnd he wept KYK wept the more loudly since there was no 8 75 W. 0M present pain to distract his attention. LAKU Western m b to And the woman across the enr said IIALTI.MOKli If he was her child he'd stop yelling or 3 35 H 3 50 OltAIN -- Wlicai-Na 3 reiL.... 7lS 7I4 she'd know the reason why. .southern....,,.., t5 hu 72! 4t 3 lorn MIslsi 3 , "And sh! understands French perfectly," said tho owner of the enormous mouth, turning suddenly upon them, "ami would like to say that her ears are even bigger lhan her raoulh." This In French and with such an olr of giving impersonal intcrination to nobody In particular, that It was quite as If ele had been kindly hoi nine- - straneers J tc Information out of a guide book. -. " ... !:... . n... . 1....1 ..-- girl attired In a white Marseilles 8'iit that had a finish walked down the aisle of one of the theaters one night recently with the air of a princess just in from her Hummer .palace. She was accompanied by u young man who had an opulent appearance. The girl sank Into nn orcheslra jchnir, ndjusted her glass, and tried to 'look bored, while her escort glanced at the boxes, says the Chicago Inter e News. "It strikes me this ice water it dirty," Cfld a Cincinnati hotel guest. "Hully gee!" exclaimed tbe bellboy, as he looked in the pitcher, "I betcher de porter forgot ter wash it." Chicago Evening wearer. ALL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES W. L. TUK SMIt'lSK kt 4 r! liiwyi mm Sllifc Bl.. . T Can, Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Ouinino Tablet. All druggists refund money If it foils to cure. 25c do tobntltute claimed be i good. Lanrett make r of SS nd tSJO ahoea In the ihouldlEtt BlBwv'' Blftte world. Your dealerwin aendyou them It not. e aralronrfcelDtof price. Stat kind of leather, slzs and width, plain or cap toe. Tke to Catalogue H rrre. W. L. DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. Brockton. Mats. Ocean. The women In the row back of the two imposing young persons seemed to be Impressed. They studied the braid ing on the girl's white P.ton jacket, and funtlvcly admired the scarf on her comment Then the ; Lady A gentleman called, you say! Did he leave any name? Parlor Maid Oh, yes'm. He said it was Immaterial. Hotton Traveler. Is taken Internally. Left 111 Ntmr, CONSTIPATION "I hare eouo 14 dnya at a time OTlthoat a movement or Ilia buvvcla, not being able to more them except Lf using bot water Injection. Chronic constipation for teven years placed mo Id thliterrlblo condition; durluatlmt tlmo 1 did everything 1 beard ot but ucver tonnd any relief such 111 my cuo untU 1 began using CAHCAUICTH. I now have from ouo to tlireo pauagct a day, and If 1 was rich t uould glvo 1100.00 (or each movement; It ayuiiuIUunt. It such relief.' 1GS9 Russell St.. Detroit. Utcu. CANOY Hall' Catarrh Car Price 75c. There Now! She "If I were to die you would never get another wife like me." He "What makes you think I'd ever want another like youV Whip. . Do you know how to wash? Well then you know how to dye, that is if you use Putnam Fadeless Dyes, dust boil the goods with the dye, that's all. -- Do you .rant to be unique! Learn to tell the facts in a story without any em bellithnicnts. Atchison Globe. ; Piso's Cure is the medicine io break up children's Coughs and Colds. Mrs. M. G. Uiunt, Sprague, Wash., March 8, 'W. A an who can be fooled the same way four times is a fool. Atchison Globe. TRADE S4ARK RIOISTtRCO j I Pleasant. Talatablo, I'otont. Tasto Oood. T)a Good, f.'crvrtilckcn. Weaken, or Urlic,10c.ax. He. Sttrlisf n.B.il; IOOOj ... CURE CONSTIPATION. Cpsaj, CSksco, aoslrttl, Kt tk. ... St SaY of UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIALS gu-ss- cd ft M iaB iB ZZ aaH SVWWWW v.vSVXN.N d -- . CAI.VKS-Fulrtoi:MIx-h- I oHl . your eyes? Bad taste In your mouth? It's your liver! Ayers Pills are liver puis. 1 ncy cure constipation, headache, dyspepsia, and nil liver complaints. 25c. AH druggists. -' Doesvourheadache? Painbackof nA an ran; B f IM-la- 11'ermanrntly cures ull Itchlnir, llurnlnir, 8calnyDiseases, such nn Kaltltbcum Hcipina. heald l'cad.Chlllilalns. l'iles. Hums, llnbj Humors. P.imlrufl. Itchlnn 8enli. Falllne llalr Itl'IcLenlncunil making It 8oti, Hllkr. and Luxuriant) All I'nro Kruptlons (producing a Holt. Clear lleautltul kln and i;oraploxlun) It contains n( Sulphur Cantharlde or anything Injurious. I lad asy. great An seller. Lady canvsnors make SI to : a dar. Druaalsta or mall SOo. CanlllnrU ; Mauntaeturlng Co., N. V. Addrt-sT. 1111. 1. MANHF1K1.D, Act.. OLE.N KIBttE. S. .1 s JV.V I W I EDUCATIONAL, NEW HAMPSHIRE MILITARY ACADEMY Prepares tor (iovernnieut Aeademiesand Colloivn. A. M.. Full Corumerelnl A. N. K.- I'rmrlpal. -E Coursn. TO . UKKI'-Cliu- . A uuuivuiuiiriiu snrrt n. r.imai.T,, r. CIIPsFWnUflM'O nVC for . urnwTi Want your nwusucho or board a beauUiul or ncu nneicr men use A 1 WIT Malor It. I I.KUA.NOS. N 11 I1VA1T. uuiufoWhlskors n,.mu P H.u H. N tho 1774 ut ! I AVIIK.N IW WUITINCJ TO ADVIUtTIHEItS lilcuse mate thut you mw the Advertise-incIn this paper. Aids Digestion, Regulates the Bowels, Hakes Teething Easy. TEETHINA Relieves Bowel Troubles of tho Wht-iii-.N'- o. to-dn- v 1'KOVI-ION- S- A xy- - A TEETHING POWDERS k 1 1 Children of Any Age, Costs Only S3 Cents. Ak Tour DruroUt forii. fut -- CO No TEN DAY RAIL AND LAKE EXCURSION TO - -- FLOCK-WInl- (15 r ACK1AC ISLA LEAVING OAT-.MIx- id l'OIMC-NewM- u.s CINCINNATI AND INDIANAPOLIS KLOL'IJ-Fani- lly VIA Oats Kvi Nil 2 Kt Na CATTLK-l'Ir- being refused consent to attend Musscll Springs fulr next neck, She tool; morphine. Is said, by HOtlb GltAlN-Wtieat-- Western No. wosiern. quality 2 while SCJiii dz. 4 W 4 10 if( 5 Si b ri!i 11 :7 10 INIHANAl'OHS. Corn No. 3 mixed Oats Ne. 2 mixed LOUISVILLK. red.... Qi 3 45 34 21 date for the btate senate. J.'iiinliiutt'il Those ing the honor are Justice Specif, Oliver ami Justice Moulder. 1Ikavi:i: Contention (itllnl. Jtowi.i.vo Giii:k.v, Ky., Aug. 12. District Chalrmun Speck has culled a convention to be held in this city September t to noinin.Uo v republican candiseekA. J. Ill 'Ihlnl Atlrmpt. rLOL'K-Wln- tcr patent 2 red ... IiAwmiNCKiiuiiO, Ky., Aug. 11. An- rKAIN Wleat-N- c, (on Mixed other attempt was made by John John-so- u (lit M xe.l to saw out of jail. Jailer Moggcs.1 I'OKK Jtu M'-- k LAHU-SiC, found Johnson's cell door saucd open, Johnson was found iu the far end of the middle hall. This is his third attempt iu two weeks. BIB fa 7n (it ft O 24 H 31H 9 CO funny incident happened during a performance of "Macbeth" In Dublin. In the tcene, when the nurse and the doctor uppcar on the stnge together nnd confuliulnte with one anotlier, a loud voice suddenly called out from the gallery, causing n ronr of lnujjhter in the middle of a most serious fccvne; "Well, doctor, is It a boy or a girl?" A hleep-wnlkin- l'pwt the Actor' Ortivltr. g the m u n rsk.n.cbLf.nviiB.06. mm a&v o- TUESDAY, AUGUST 29 - a ONLY QSrlr OIUO VIA KAIL TO TOLEDO AND AN 810 MILE LAKI3 TKIP. ow Rate have boon arransod THE SOO," DUUUTH, "THE SNOW8," and HARBOR SPHINOS. Tor Stntcro, m or Berth Reservations and Information of any klml call on your C. H. & II. Ageit, or wrlto D. G. EDWARDS, Pawenser Traffic Maaeer, Clnclnaatl, 0. $5. R0UND TR,P' Tt!ne I ll(J9 At Vcr to" democrats for Unto hnintc Dam. Ky., Aug. IS. The of the fceventh senntorial Mor-gantow- ii, llmrgeil Mlli MrHlInc Cattle. IliciiuoM), Ky., Aug. U. Deputy Sheriffs Mroaddus antlTerrlll lodged in !fl VnHL.l mirriW: ?m.wp Wi nttd nominated Alllo Docker;', of district held their convention llutlcr county. here jail here Wednesday afternoon, twe white men named Jackson and Curtis, They arc churgud with stealing cattle aiawiiW xo cure, or xntmoy reiunaea by your merennm, so wny not iry it? Price nrenrmrrr (in isummiyeymvi,'ivjvfiuc r.nTBgr:. ''; lh QgCZsTtCV fiL iS KOc. l2HC5SJ - , . jMT "it -I - Y LOCAL NEWS. AX KXJOVAHI.K KVKXT. Farmors FroB Column. Uiuler this Heading will hereafter in (niblishod notices not totxeeed 0 liner each, from farmer who are subs'iib ers, who have horses, mules, cows, pro ducts, seed, Sr , for sale, free of charge licensed bull at Win. Btvkmau's lmiuiro. A Going to Build 1) r American, Bvsptcial .iir.uigemvnt with the publishers of The Nashville, Trim , we are enabled to oiler for a limited time only a year's to The Semi Weeklv American and also a year's subscript ion to THK Let it bo distinctly understood HICKMAN COUKIKK, both for One Dollar .11 1 1 Hi cuu furnish you with everyWe Itvrsvy that then' is in reduction in the regular sulciiut Ion price of our paper, nor is thing needed to build with A Hue Jersey Milch Cow. with young there .inv ntlui'liou in the price of the Semi Weekly American, each of which . . . at . . . It Pakiiam. rtilf, for sale. Kverv person taking i This price is m tde special for this contest oulv) Is l on nliint.ijj of this n m.irkabh olfir is allowed oik gnevt free in For Sale. PRICES, VERY LOWEST faces beaming with joyous anting Three good mules, wagon and farm A. J. Apidogato, of Cairo, spent patton. They were met by a wag. mg implements. Apply to Sunday at Jordan. on sent by Mrs. Hubbard, ami Ai.ltx. Kirn John Sanders, of Union City, was driven to the farm an ideal farm Rough Lumber, in the city Sunday. .mi i. en tows roit s.u.i:. Uresstnl Lumber, iu every respeotuud ono must be Mr. J V. Hall, of this county, is se- morbid indeed who could not revindnw, Doors and ApThree good milch cows for salt riously ill with fever. Sash mid Minds, C. L. Ho,k el In extreme happiness, when of- ply to Shingles, Nails, TTft SiMHdal attention to Hardware fered for a day, hospitality of this Builders Hardware, Hay for Sale. shell goods at Shaw's. IN delightful home. The second 1 havo for sale hoventy tons of good Paints and Oils, Miss Mavis, of this county is very wagon took out the last of the Lime, Cement and Placer. Hay Timothy, .l'J0(); Mixed, Clover ill with typhoid fever. oily crown, others Having gone .ud Timothy, LOO ; Clover )) 00. Let us iignro with you. BlIfCB HllMIV Hoy Hortwcek, of Luxora, Ark., is u buggies. They were literally let visiting parents at homo. ooso In tho beautiful yard where .Mules for Sale. No amount of culture will mako a hov on oved swincs. hammocks. man stop snoring in his sleep. for the older ones and exThree go.xl Mules and two hunifNS croquet FREE SILVER to FREE SILVER Wo are told that wealth does not press wagons, and wheel barrows Mares, for s.de. Apply no. 1). MAYK-' J. povbring happiness and we know that lor tho very nitio ones, auuh a erty doesn't. hannv time Tho merrv shouts Ft) It MI.F.. Time Mayes Latta, of Water Valley, will nnd laughter wer o observed by start Sunday for Dickson, Tenu., to at- "Poll rnrrot," who ror a while N., 0. & St. L. R. K. White Cochin Bantam, chickens and tend ichool. maintained sullen dignity, but In eggs. Apply to Wakiikn S. Ki.i.imvw AKltlVKH LEAVKSs Opons July 24, 1809, tind OIofos Octobor 31, 1800, The health of a town depends upon the afternoon gave herself up to Train No. M at 9.30 ji. m Trln No. ii, " l' m. Having Duration of 100 Di'.ya. I' m Train .Vo.3,Ii!.M'. m Train No. 4, 2 its cleanliness. Dou't ueglect the back the spirit of the occasion nnd FOIt streets and alleys. dcroamed, talked and played, yoo bushels extra tnulity Irish l'ota L. D. Nichols, of Crutchflold, and much to tho delight of the ohi. toesot the Carmen No 1, New Oueeii , The Fulton Meeting .Miss Ora Carr, of are guests of dron, who are ready to entrr Into and Maules Thomughbrel varieties in Miss Lizzie Stublw. not It. than 10 bushel lots at r,Oe bush the sayings of a parrot. The Fnlton Lender reports that Pun Apple Vinegar, lOgitl. Ititn. 200. How many words will appear on tho First Pago of Thero is n certain young lady of Dinner wns served on tables New Sweet Cider bv bbl only, at .'. 00 only 11 took imrt in the unti Hickman that has a .sweethoart, who is proparod by .Mrs. Hubbard, who Tho Soml-WookAmorican, of Nashville, TonneeBOo, I) W Dickinson per barrel all tho way irom New Mexico. ma88 convention nt Fulton also prepared two freezers of of tho issuo of Thursday, Novombor 2, 1800? When a man does comething mean cream. G3 3 of whom were RepnnliuiuiH. to you that you had thought of doing . --) In the afternoon tho nurtv wns ! present at the spenking 41 for to him it warps tho golden rule. KXritANATinNS-rAuntlrTtfjr erl lniludin lf41itic. Hi. joined by Mrs. J J. Young, Mrs. i Uoebel, 8 bolters, ami the remainnn.l (or .ird, numlT sd nil iIkbi A man who appe:ues his wife's tits fr iii.IaRi.. Iiltiiark I AbtrlllM, (Irn rrntuer, .Mrs iieim, .Miss Lizzie fur 'fn.r.l. All l.brMltiotn ruut) T.tin Trnnt.., tr. All of temper with bonbons, speaks in glowder Republicans. h(il. numlrri ronlrtl KVKIIYTHIMJ 14 for iii.i.ik. Nut I IMrt, fr uM uun ntJ ttrw word. Strong and Rev. Hetloy. It was process. ing terms of lib. h or or hl. All "A'i," "O." or cither hIiikUi l.lirri orli r la t toutjtrj ucb. agreed by all present to bo the la lw rURI All ctlicr chararlcri vblcb rprrM-nirJ tJ.. Tho Paducah Leader, now publish- jolliest Nice and Clean, He is for Goebel. day of the season. Chap ed weekly, is to bo converted into an NOTICE. afternoon Daily and will support Goe- rones, .uosunmos lfose linbbard, Auierionn ttt TlinrMiay, NoTonilx-- J, IBM, The limuc of Fresh and Cold ! npon vrtilcli tliWTho Lillio Wall, Lola Itceves and Lu The friends ot Dr. Sum Luton bel. conloi U ban-il-, will W the? ontinnry pnper without ajr elln Hefley. thing other than the usual nmtlor un tli tlrl pau. antborize the statement that the publications ind. eating that he The 1'rUo Monrjr Id the Artunl MrlKht of thf Mirrcnil Contrtant, U TItl'ST SEWS OF A DAY. l'nlil In ."slilnlni; Hvit llull.ir, lonntlnp I (J IMI.it n to thi l'uul. was a "bolter" are untrue nnd Tho Content ami l'rlf Monry U tllvuleil Into ten dlvi.loiu of ton tiart Id the iutluatnal newi yoBter that he will vote for Goebel. In each, anil U to l given an followa: tiny were- accounts of the usual fact ho thinks that Goebel is the j Clinton Domocrat : Mis Helm, of YOUH WKIllHT IN P11.VI5H TIIK KIHKT M U Hickman, was a visitor at tho Teach- number trust organization: ih DumUr ot Brit eorrrl or nnarr.t mrrft hum. beat man that could hare been rt. .prlfii on lb. Br.l p f AM. KI.AVolls, ot lb l.tu of Tht Krtnl W.lr AWirwii of Nr S. Iim U rrf4.a "llhln lb flrl Ik ers lustitnto last week Sho is striking1. A filove truut with 120,000, r Julf 1 Ibla raoi-.1, nominated. dji of In Ilmnit tN that u !ilrr n.l imIiaa amettm r'jual l la Aui tilt lb nJrhi vlltr ly pretty and eiitrancingly entertain, Shlulni; ear Dllr. 000 capital stock. It purposes not Vn at ing, so many of our smitten beaux detin, i!1(ia la rrwltrr.1 bar actual Hiht al clare. SkX;()N only to control tho Amorican FKUITNKCTAK, II. A. Tyler Intenlewcu V'lfll WBH1IIT IN Olt.VKH THIS a bit lfrluM ltlZKTlin- of IHthIm Ii ef Au 1 to Am It All oUar Hickman has devolopcd a freak in mnunfacturinc anil market but to' rouJIlloD. altnllar lu I1rt IHil.lao. lw.n l'HOSIMlATHS, The following is an extract nf tho birth of four kittens bound together TIIIHI) DIVISION TWKI.VK TWBNTIKTIH YOUH WKK1IIT IN .llt.VKIl TUB "We1 I CHS other- build up nu oxpert trado. rillZK Time of Tblrtt tal.tl la t.rt. aihl litrlu.K. f Auc II to Au. U. All II. A. by ligaments, perfectly formed apparan interview with Col. rendition, ilrollar to llrat IiItI.hm ctbrr wise, and for forty eight hours are satiafloil that wo can Tyler, which appeared in the Cin ently as lively and spry as any other European manufacturers undersell CKUSHHI) FRUITS roUKTIt DIVISION- - TlllltTIIHN TWKSTIirrllS TOUIl WKIOIIT IN 8II.VKH TIIH abroad,'! . 'UI7.U-T- lm of riiurth DHUK.ii I. haHutlia ef Au n to SUpL 1. All kittens. and LHMOXADK. otli.r rooJItloni atmllar to Klrat Dlrlaleo cinnati Enquirer: says the promoter. Gloves, of' rouu wkiqht in silvkh tii Paducah, Nashville, Memphis and courfle are heavily protoeted un nrrit ot llflb DMMon I. ALL AH Ool. H. A. Tyler, of Hickman blMti a a.) laoluilT tA Haft- - 3 to S.pl. It. All olbrr Cairo havo formed a baso ball leagno. der our tariff. aondltlon. altnllar Io llral Dltl.loo. Ky., Senator, who is at will probably siu, YOUIt WKIIIHT IN IIILVKIl TUB SIXTH DIVISION 2. A combination of the maun COLO AS ICE CAN MAKE THEM, I'ltlZh-Tttbe head of a large box manufac- Several other cities making n leagno much larger than tho of Slitb DlTlaloo la t'torvn aiM lnual. at 8lt IS ts II. All Ub.r turing plant in this city, was at old Central leagno that existed soveral faoturers of aousitlzed photttV conilltlnnt atmllar to Klr.t Dltl.too 9KVKNTH DIVISION YOUIt WKIOIIT IN MLVRK TUB years ago. grnpli paper with a capitalization the Gibson yesterday. I'lttZK Tim af Hrnth 1)11. Ion U Ut.n asd InHu.U. of K.pt. S to OcL I. All otb.r A PRKHI! HUITLY OF of 13.000,000. "I am a gold standard Demo eoodllloiia altnllar to llrai Dlililon fj& I positively will repair your 3. YOUIt WKIOIIT IN BILVKIt TIIH A cotton duck trust with a crat," said Gol. Tyler, and am tnk watch or clock at less than tho cheap-.esKinilTII DIVISION aKVBNTKKNTWK.STIimiS (btb DlrUlon It bl-.- .o rillZB- - Tim of aaJ Inalu.U. of (kl. 1 to Oct. It. All otbar I havo the oxiorio!ice, tools and capitalization of 2.r,000,000. ing no part in the factionnl fight cunilltlona altullar to Klrat DltUlen in Kentucky. Tho kicking in our can executo tho work. Yours truly, 4. Tho Bobbin trnat with n cap NINTH DIVISION KtnilTKKN TWBNTIKTHS YOl It WKIOIIT IN HILVBH TUB H. W. Buck. All Uttar and laclu.Uc of Oct. II Io Oct I'llIZK Tlmo o! Mntli Dlvltlnn la section the extreme west end of ital of $2,000 000. rendition, altnllar to Urn Dlvlaton 5. The Tobacco trust wluoh linn A college I'rofessor, soliciting an the state seems to bo among the OH WIIOI.K WKIOIIT IN att.VBIl THII DIVISION TWKNTY TWKNTIKTII8 TBNTII aixl HKlualra of Oct, S IV1 It. All etb.r I'llIZK Tim ot Trnlb Iml.l.n I. Hardin men. J. (J. Flournoy, of old farmer to send his sou to his college, lone bad a monopoly of the cig(TIIK KI.M'.MT I 'A .MIV MADK) condltlooi altnllar to I'lral Dlvl.lon said, "You never saw a collego gradu- arette business, la r aching out Fnltou, who is, I see, one of the ate behind a bar in a saloon " "No, I bolters attending tbe Lexington Oap'n," said the farmer, "but I've seen for nil the smoking tobacco man. the FIRST Correct or Nearest Cornet REMEMBER-lt- is convention, is not a man of much heaps of 'em in front of tho bar, and tifnctorloa and has taken in some Guess which GETS THE MONEY. influence. The ETardin men work- that's the side whar tho pizen gets in of tho largest independent conits work." in tho West. bouM It U tound tbat anjr eoritf.UDt had auUtltutrd Iba vatabt of aoa ed bard to carry .my county, but WARNINGcerns bt er Is taj alb.r af biavlir (xraon lan lb cantPataot or ilxn Ulcnliopatla roni Com0. Tho American tbe Stone men defeated them Tho Memphis Coinmcrcial-Apioa- l fraudulrotlr cnlrri.l tlila rvntrat r rtarrta lb right and Lrltb fit. arnlox (bat w bo built at pany is "closing up many of It h says that a branch road is to will rtturn the .uli.f ripll.u ntniir; I'.ld by aurh ".iitr.tant and will .rublllt an fulur handily." autranc luto rontr.i if aucb (xraun or a very early date from Dyersburg, Tenu , acquired plant a, throwing inauy to the Mississippi river, and while no workmen out of employment. ALL. Gl'KKSKH muat lx made In arcordn ilb tba follgvloi DKlWJfilSTH. Goebel's title to the nomina- definite action in tho matter hits been Tho only aurpriae ia CONDITIONS UPON WHICH THESE OFFERS ARE MADE: were, there tion for Governor is ns good ns taken as yet, tho understanding is that CONDITION NO I All muit N at lk aumUr nf ord. obtrh "III rt'ar oa was Knott's when he beat Jones ; tho I. O. will furnish tho money with ao many tincotnhined industrle Tabs) ot tba laaua of Tburadar, of th Srml V. kljr AnrMraD iNa.btUIr the flral DR. BRIGHT, in tho country after the cxtrnor txw as McOrearv's when lie defeated which to construct tho road. NovfinUr - All kuwi Muat I m.d vltbln lb limit, of lltn i.t for tba (linnry multiplication or trusts. CONDITION NO Tho meeting nt FulWilliams; as good as wns Hardin's July ( asd rluaa October II. Itii All fur.., aiu.t U Io tbla office f vhlrb .for Attorney General when ho ton named Jim Parker as an alternate roldnlxlit OcIdImt XI, IKrt delegate, and Jim is indignant, ho IIEMOCKAL'Y DEMANDS IT. ja rt(ht of tbt real ronUatant tnuit b k!d llb tacb CONDITION NO 1 Tli actual beat Richards, or as good ns sevfor Goebel straight. Jim is union-pnrInto tbe ratitrat. eral other nominations that might all wool a yard wide, raised in the CONDITION NO. chanitra can b mada In our lUtii afltr It la rrcalta.1 at tail From St. Lonin Republic be mentioned. Tho Democrats Courier olllce, lias his own opinions, ofl(. It is good to soo Mr. Hichanl of aubacrlp-tloONE DOHA II for a jmt't .utivrlptloo or tr CONDITION NO. have, on several occasions, con- dares to express them, but always U) both Ilia fiatxr In which tbla offer 4pari, and alw to tba Stml Wc.kljr American stands straight, fodder or no fodder. Croker, the leader of Tammany, Olllco over WiNon's Hook Ston, doned tbe very things with which h uaa made. of NaabTllle, Tnn , muat aonatir some are now charging Goebel, correctly align himself iu DemoAMHllCJin YOU CAN fiKT a Specimen Copy of THIJ Building, ilolcoiiibo and for which they are refusing to ot our office, or ilrop the i'ubllnhorK a I'ontnl Card, acta cratic aontiment lu opposition to They Will (ilartly hand You Una. support him. Goebel is entitled KENTUCKY imporinllam and the trust evil, HICKMAN, custom-mad- e to as loyal support as given and in favor of united amity inKnott, Hardin or Berry. Semi-Weekly This Spring? Perhaps tho most enjoyable pic, Whatever you have to say, my friend, iu of the season was that given or grave, or gay, Whether witty, Condon.? as much as ever you can, by Mrs. S. M. Hubbard, to tbe And say it in the readiest way ; embers of the Cako Walk and And whether you write of rural affairs, Or matters and things in town, olor Drill, who In the winter, for Just take n word of friendly advice, ho bouetlt of the W. O. T. U.. en Boil it down. crtaiuod a largo audience Promptly at U o'clock a. m.. thi Queenswaro at Shaw's, littlo ones began to gather at the Lock Brovard was down from FulroHldenco or Mrs. Kouveji, their ton Monday. "THE BIG CONTEST." sub-terlpil- IW ', V "THE BIG CONTEST." YOUR WEIGHT- 1 I L P. &w7s. Ellison Knllrtal Tallt. Silver Dollars. & g f g fi Our Grand New Guessing Contest sali:. Mom-ow- THE BIG CONTEST. ly ---. . Go-eb- (- - uc tiH-t- .J sugar-curin- g l SPECIAL v Scml-Wri-Wl- r m Buchanan is closing out at Cost. - Seda Water, UIVlfltON-ONKIIAI- .r I'lHrR-Sbeii- ( COCO-COLA- t"li - U-t- division-imi'utkb.s'twkntik- I'KIZK-Tlti- M ex-Stat- e KlrTKKN-TWBNTIBTIIR ni ti IXTUMN-TWRNTIimlK -- t. Lozuney s Chocolatas, ltra XI bltn ! Received Every Week - Tin-Plat- e (Jl)W(illi k ('(Hl'lill! W. II. trin, r-' X, auti-Goob- 2- con-tra- l. oH-ti- lw-m- g o PHYSICIAN. Sec No & r.n.l n Sli.MI-WKI-KL- Y Mc-Oroar- y, Georgetown News. 400 Mens and Boys Suits go at Cost at Buchanan's. Chan-collo- has chanced somewhat since David Bennett Hill dramatically exclaimed, ' I am a Democrat!" Tbe mere statement nowadays that a man Is n Demo orat cuts no ice whatever unless acoompauied with a bill of particulars. There nre Silver Demo-crate- , Gold Democrat?, Jefferson-iaDemocrats, high tariff Democrats, free trnde DemncratR, nntiGoebel free silver uemocratn, Goebel gold Democrats and nnti Goebel gold Democrats, regular Democrats and bolting Democrats, old time Democrats and machine Democrats, and Kentucky just now has a few of each kind. n - Politics The negro Methodists of Alabama a few, days ngo passed resolutions asking Congress to appropriate $100,000,000 toward defraying the expenses of transporting memberB of race to Africa. These colored people seem to have forgotten that this proposition is on the opposite side o' tbe bargain counter from which Uncle Sam is doing business these days. The old gentle man is bending all efforts to adding more black people to his constituency, not to getting rid of tbem. Then, too, he would ho making a bad trade to swap tho American negro for a lot ofoth er variety, even though he got bem. At tbe Immortal rutlo, their r Tho injunction granted by Cooper stopping Ma j J. O. Harris from draining Heeltoot Lako, stands good until tho caso is heard in full, Harris not intending to make anv further effort to dissolve it. Somo acquainted with Tennesseo Chancery practico hay tho final heariug may not bo tor soveral years Thoiird Quarterly meeting of tho Alotnomst Uhuren next baturuay ami Suiiday. Tho Quarterly conference will convene at tho church Saturday at o p. in. All tho otlicial members aro urged to bo present at this bu.siue.ss meeting of tho church, and tho mom bers of tho church and tho pupils are requested to bo present uud hear lluv, Jenkins preach. Jo. Carter, a negro, was arrested at Woodland Mills, Saturday, for stealing wheat from Mr. Crit. Bonduraut and A. J. Jeffries. Ho was brought to Hickman, acknowledged his guilt, and placed in jail. Several other farmers in this vicinity havo had wheat stolen, and Carter Is suspected. It is Udioved that a white man is a partner with Carter in tho stealing. Union City Commercial Courier, 10th iiist: J. E. Illiug, of Hickman, was here Leonard Frost, of Hickman, w.'is hero Saturday, Kngeno Naylor, a prominent business man of Hickman, was a visitor hero Tuesday. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CAM OV Ferd. Bereudes, a Gov. Hradlky has appointed of Hickman, was In tho citv Friday night. John O. Hagan, of Hick- the following gentlemen as deleman, now representing a wholesale grocery firm of St. Louis, was a visitor gates to tho Convention on Trusts, Miss Ethol to moot in Chicago on Sept. at this olllco Saturday. Wo Imi Imvo the Iloosier Drill J3ih: tliut wo are going soil. If yon need n Drill come and m'c ns. 01 tins Briggs returned homo Wednesday fro ji lions. Wm. Lindsay, two you cun find nothing better, either in price or qinility. Huggioa nre also going cheni). . aru" , Jno. V. a week's visit to CouiIm' Spriugu and here for business, nnd business is what wo wiiut, If price and quality count.'), we'll soil you W. O. P. Breckinridge- P. w Sho was accompanied homo Hickman. 1 rum lie luiier piayu uy juim iuii .uum Hardin, Judge Holt, Predion Klin-bal- l Dou't forgot wo aro Agent for tho Oolubnitou" J goniery, Juo, , l.ewis, Yrtsw w4 9Wtct uhuitii Fiowi. pr-ople to-da- ward tho party's caudidnte. Tho light of Democracy of 1900 muat of necessity be made largely upon these two issues, forced by Kepublican subserviency to monopolistic influences. The trusts must be fought iu the interest of legitimate commercial and Industrial enterprises and of the American as a body. Imperialism must bo crushed solo-ius a tremendous menaue to American principles und American institutions. Mr. Croker would cease to he u Democrat should he refuse to tnke part iu the purely democrat-iwar against these undemocratic and tendencies. Truatiam nnd I nperialism -- both alike tho creation of syndicated politics are iuherently foreign and hostile to the spirit of democracy. They represent nothing but the evergrowing rapacity of u favored caste, first monopolizing the Held of American opportunity and then using the military power of this Government for the of foreign territory by means of which to widen tho field of Bi'ndicato aggrandizement. con-qne- o well-know- n Ixxik-selle- r, KENTUCKY WHEAT DRILLS, Yer-kea- - ud 1 SfVpHffS d REEVES. P. M j. . J-- . fcOr.i. -- iwVi.i 4niti,utC A - j. i. -- THE HICKMAN COURIER, I- (.leorgc Warren. - OK TIIK HICKMAN, K1UDAY, ICY., -- AU(. 18, I Mill, lHICKMAN- Furniture! m ATALfCAboor? '...- Shoes at HIIAWS. (Jet leady for school! W. P. Taylor, of Fulton, was hcie Murray, Ky. -ut (.SIU-o- OK Monday. Miss Kate lhimlurunt Vullrt Is visiting lit HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, I'ur llii- - Term I. nil In it July 20, To nrt I'muliim. lurlrrln " IlllrlMl fof iMhl " Klnr. fur term " IV. r Irrni ..,. II) WITURa. I still A J i This Store Of Ours Isn't a Rich Man's Store, JtiSSSjl I'atilShuw it spending this week ii - l'UOKIT AiNl) l.OHHi ,.JI70I . 11 Limit, iloliu Hell, of Union City, .spout timidity in tin- city -Shaw's I..M), WW uinl f.'.MI Shoes can't be In'ttt Mihw May Lattu, of Wator Valloy, 1h vodtitig tliu Mimics Mayes. .las. Owonsby, of Union City snout Sunday witli friends near town. Mr. Kd. Medavook, of Memphis, Titnu , was in tlin city thin week. Kugcno Nuylor unit children visited friend at Fulton liutt week. Mm. Hcouhko lllitsS, n III ' Oilin for I trim thi'iiM Ut I'tm . giMii smsVh i,irii DlHTItlim'NON AilJM I ll...tOMml I " " J..IU K7 l.8 .' " ' " ' M l) OK (1AINH! iMTMUt! ... J IMI .. imm " ..... m&t " . It's a Store for Everybody! " 11 ' " - ,VTi. O...IU l'79 " Qllu ' AIICrl, Vim, ihnro whertUIng brings ninri' advertising brings W'J lt.IH bind-lien- ftUtHlniM, ' " " " ' ..... ..... --.. lit Ml 81.11 lit ill .7C ... l.T8 . Our Great Clearing Sale 5 ). bus- (IktiM IM m. liMi M8. (T. MU freh Itolls Candies. MIhm tt. ii WILL BBGI1T It is a place where tho poor man's dollar will huy tho bluest , one hundred cents worth lie. oversaw, and where tho stylish man's money will pnrchaso tho latest styles. Como and look and convince yourself. People know they net good Shoes hero, and our prices aro always fair. That's Hiifllciont to keep our business growing as task as wo could wish it. Wo aro King tip Hrcad, when you want Nuts mid IHnir-ileau- AHHKT.S. tjnhii itmttimi', " Uinl kin. rt SI.WM.IM .. from Nettie Heokimiu lias returned , visit to lier alster at Capo I I'mli " ImK. ImikI jt.vi'..:i lOI litiim Mo. Saturday, lug. 19th, And continue until Sept. 1st. This vill In lint (ireatcsl Sali of Kiirnilnro that IHeknian has ever witnesMMl. Receiving Our Fail and Winter Goods. LIAIIILITIKH. M M Dr. JnliiiMiii mid Mb Mary Wayne AiJhi, .Murphuy, r 1'nlton, wore In llickmuu, Monday. MUm Mar)- - lleckhum mid Katie Llgon visited .1. J C Houduraut's family thin week. -- Mis Annie Kvcnitt and Mr. Pat Moore, of Hook Springs, vbdtcd Hick f?r( rt I " - " ....... 'l. .... (.ten-K.... . ajfi.M o 'r..... . (JllK.tl o it. s K.M.- I, .. J .. I.1BI.W .. 1,1(11 ,IT2 I,!"" tl ,. The Drew Selby Ladies Fine Shoes Surpass any previous (season's showing. 1. man la! week. & ... Uclow wo name a fow if the many I'argaini: Uloth Top Sho-- s look liko others sold at Three Dollars. At4Ut MM.iljHftnl...... Jl IMjat IIMW.M MUs HlaiielieCiiMi returned homo last Kridav frtun a visit to friend at Ntudivlllo, Tenn. Hitwie Cue returned linmu Mb Sunday after a pleasant vlxit to friends nt New Madrid, Mo. Over '.'U years experience in .repairing Ho" watencs and clocks gnarnntctsl or money refunded 8 Sols VALUK OK HHAHKS. t (lit il II I J t .............. miwim -- . MiMwmn ,. ,....IM. gj" Satis-factio- n N l I !......... til.J (ljfl ..m l ! W.71 - P.l .PJ .Mix Carrie Parliam. Mcmth. Fred Pierce, lxmry Stone, Chns Halrrrr and Will Holm Hun- davisl In Milan, leiin. DuyIn. or the Hoplar.f Mm. Jennl It. W HtVK. Mr. Tommlc Terrill mid cUtcr, Miss Klhelecu.of Kttlton, ntnt Sunday with Q H I .... .. - T .....M..... ... K.lt IM i l.T .eo -. Walnut Cant' Scat Dining Clmir-- , worth S7.50 to Si 2.00, in this halo ;i.00 to $.1.60. 2 do. Walnut Hocking Chairs, worth 51.00 to 50.00, in this sale, 81. 60 to 2 60. (5 lo.. Walnut Hal Had, worth 26, in this sale, 10c. Walnut Hull Tree, worth 12.00, in this mIo, SG.00. i Diotiouurv or Hook Stands, cost $- lo G.fM), in this sale, 1 to 81.50. of Itcoil Hocking Chairs, Chillis Wo nlo have a huge Chairs, Cots, Tables, Clothes Hacks, Beds, Pictures, Etc., Hocking will go at 10 per cent, below cost. 1 - Your money back if you want it. -- XS&HEftPTU. Now is your oppor- (.clobrutCll -- UPHOLSTERED, GOODS. Now is vour chance lor a nice Harlor Stiii, G pieces, cost 25.00, in this sale ? 16.00. Alt-o- , a large lot ot Couches, Lounges, Ladies J Jox Couches, and lI)holMerel Hocking Chair.-- , which wo wi II bell below go. These goods Come and examine and be convinced. itunity to buy ) (!roe u friendly will Head the Hit Hlokman Hulldliig A: published in tli In Usuo. neiii-annu- Sr'lshoOS All tn' at at Huclianan's. statement of 1oan AkmicIii-tio1' a pair lil'OWIl COSt Bread .Q.I I ) 1 4h A ,u,t IS THE STAFF OF LIFE AND TO QET . . . GOOO FRESH BREAD OO TO THE Stephens & Smith, neigh-lMirhiNM- & 4- - day with the. hunters, but there seems to Imj Hcaroity of dove. Atiortiey Hen Davis attondisl tlie speaking at Pulton Tuesday, wears a (loebel ludgc, mid Is for the Kenton statesman. Soon the girls and lstys nhout town W of will lay .lege to thetr atleiiee. Hunt up your Umikh, chlliIitm, and get ready formdiool tt huvtM iiremt for 2fie. Ooohol-Hlackburu Dove shooting Is tho onler of the t.W ti-- - l'atronle home indiu.try and save fnuu JO '. loa i Hread for fl .00. lJalcery. to :UV on the dollar, at the New City The great cainp-nieetliig at Ourt-neojm-ikh- r Spring, on Iteelfoot haVe, up last Saturday with the lltiv. Wild Hill KvauKaA the leading atlraetlou Mr 1M Aery, of this county dh-He was a Huuilay lnut of Varioloid member of the Haptitt Ohundi, and many hearts nre iiiude sad by tin lo-Married, at the residence of the liridi'N jurents. in this county, .Mr J IMgar Olon. to Mlvs Ubw Mara May Anderson We winh them a long pnriH'IOUH life. I waukee nt'oniuiend'i to I he Ity Conn oil a bill provlillng for meilieal of young men applying for mar- up by a hharcr. riage lleeliHe, IIi- Several thousand dollars have liven government to be uppmpriateil by Hie used In cleaning, dredging and making navigable the Obion river Iwtwccti the town of Obion ami the M lksippi river exiiiui-nation Thellealtli CVmimiHwioiier of Mil- Jordan, of the On V ton the hv of a largo bam bv tho tiro liwt Satunlay night. Tho tiro Is Mipptwed to have originated from a pile of logs ihlch wen on lire. The longiwt day of the year has slipped pant without iHiing noticed, and we an once more at tho tu of the tolKiggau hlule, facing cord wood, coal ' M,(W iKinks ami liuekwneoi cake. 'Sonlro Harris claims tliat in drain ing Keelroot Lake he is in no me.iMire destniyiug its ellloacy as a jdeasure re iort ; that he Intends only to drain the shallow parts or the Lake, that he could not It he would drain the deoiMT sections, that after he drains all he wants to there will lie left aliout lO.tHX) acres of deep water thathcuiys will bo left oH'll to the public to In tlshed III with hook and line The 'Squire promises to pnihibtt netting -- Tmy I'eoph who don't rend paers and eonsisiuvntlv don't know what Is going on in the world, an- the ones the gold churn sharps brick anil for when they go into a ncighlsir liihMl They want no other meat nor eaier game to catch. Many men t HKir to take a paper are nmlly Mr they don't do hi. A man who ouu buy intelligeiiee at an imiiguilionui sum a year m nd anee mid n'fnss to do so. ought not to kick if he gets picked I? l, , News-Hanne- W. R. WEBfeTBR, -- JIU- - KBW City Bakery, f - I) 12 ALE II IN- - Bread, Calces and Pies Baked Daily I HV.ADQUAltTEltK Tropical and Domestic Fruils, Fine Chocolates llll KKKTUCKV AND WiVIMIi1 U1IIVkll, SOLK AGKNT l'01t "STAN DA III)" Lincoln County. Ponlioily Oluli. UNION 01 TV TKNN. and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, and KKHTAUUANT Come See Us 1 SPECIAL OFFER- Silt: -- I nm entitiieil to sen, niKi iifireDy ollor yon. four Tull (iimrtH of 'HOLLWOOD" Seven .enr old, Donlilo DiHtilletl, RV13 WI1ISKKY, forS.UO. I5XPKKSS JMUU'AII). I propose to ship on approval, in plitiii Hoxcn with no murks to indicate contents. When you receive it mid test It, if it is not sntisfuc tor return it at m.v expense and I will re fu ml you $.'J.()0. This is n most liberal otl'i r mill I nwuit ioiir orders. Yours very trnlv. W. li. WEHSTER. IiKAK A VCE ORE AM PARLORS in connection. ICE COLD UIUNKS served Telephoue 09. from our Arctic Fouut. three-minut- e ITew City Bakery. r , ! r rr.TITKlX PIMU! LAhT. ftUWTY. Hargnins at II. Buchanan's Closing Sale. Sec Buchanan's Cost nrices on Duck and Straw Hats. A year's continuous advertising will clearly demonstrate that advertising pays, or It will deiuoiihlraie what is iually iniKirtaiit, that there Is hoiiio-thiMting with vour More or your ng liusiuesri uietlKsls, Mr .1.0. Flournoy, the attorney of Kulton, it In announced is to move to i'udiicali, when' he will legume editorial control or the Padiicuh Daily News, anil that paper is to bo converted into a astioug anti (toebel sheet. The draining of Kiel root Lake has no bearing or counctlon with the movement to build a levee ami railroad troin Hickthe li.ghliuids ot halo County to drainman. Many who are opposed to ing the Lake favor tho Loveo. (let your eyes tested at the Old Reliable free, on Johnson's Opthalincter Orleans, injunctions have never enthollmst In town. joined. Tho recent extreme hot weather has and plow stou-1.l'rof. Asa Martin, the Lexington been severe on lion.es lhe weather prophet, makes the following some prostrated and a few killed fly has also been very trmiblcMimo. formidable predictions for tho coming Some describe u peculiar lly not here- winter : "As Christinas conies this year on Monday, we can look Tor perilous tofore known lu this section. limes, such us wars, famines, earthThe Farmers & Merchants Hank quakes, pestilences, terillle storms on u now lion and has let the contract for sea anil land, and great distress among plnte glass front, work will commence nations. There will be during tho winconnext week. Mr. Johnson has tho snows. Tho iirst one ter twenty-livtract. It will bo alwmt the samu as the will rail on November, II, IM)!. There frontof thulliekiiiau Wagon Co's ollleo. will be two ice spells, one in December and the other in January, ice will be Engineer Wilson, ot the N. O. inches and live inchSt. L. H. H., was engaged Wednesday three and zemilking sounding at diilereut points on es thick. There will bo ten days of bo for the location or the rail ro weather. The coldest day will can river front zero. The people road elevator. Tills elevator is to be an ten degrees below be ready, us I hiyo ut this wrltiug lav in coal and imutuuHU couceru, hut all lu ttiuoi" wunifid VXiW lootlttou 1? UPt ttUUOUUCCU, gtf A Kansas City Judge last week rendered n decision ilia; will interest all the Ikivs who have sweethearts. A young'uian of that city hirifl a livery team to take his sweetheart out drlv The lug. and so told the liveryman. team ran away and demolished tho ve. hiclo The liveryman brought suit for damages The Judge ruled in favor of the voting man and told the liveryman he should have given the jonng man a team thai lie could drive with one liand. knowing that he was to take his sweetheart out driving The New Madrid Missourian urges the people of that section to take some steps to enjoin tin building of the levee from Tipionville to Hickman, basing its opposition on the ground that said levee will cause the Hoods on tho Missouri side to bo much greater and deeper In the meantime the Missouriuns . " . are spreading tlieniM'lcs to get a ieee on thensside to send dUtstet' and de-- l strttctiou to tlie Keutiutky and Tennessee side. Verily, it doth miiUo much ttitrereiico on whtcli siitetne river tue levee is to be built. And yet from New The jH'ople of Lake County licing desirous of getting rid of, at hiist, a row (d their rmg ponds, huiuhly peti. tiou the Obion county fishermen and their cohorts, Waddcll, Lowe, and others, that duriug the recess rauoed by the Hnck Pond Injunction, to let Mr. Harris go on with the ditch to drain Canoe Lake, us ho has moved his teams there and gone to work. Then in the future we will not be so presumptuous an to commence anything without tlrM tusking your permission Or at least we will notify the ConnnerciaJ-- t ourier of our intent ion, Had wo been upprixcd or your guardianship, wo, perhaps, would not nave gone to tlie tronnlo and expense to hold the election wo ,uvt t iul gotten through with, without lhM tluding out if it suited you, Tipton vtlle I'ivn', 1 W $ The Racket Sale! s Everything Goes 25 Per Cent. Below Cost! tff that were LADIES AND MISSES SHOES, ... now 50c, Too, j 1.00 and 1.00, 1.50, 2.00 and 2.50, 10c, 1.25 To Clean ltiiilal CroiiinK hlm,.p Tlie citizens living in the neighbor-- ' hood of Poplar d'rovo Church, especially those having friends mid relatives buried there, are respectfully requested to meet at tlie church Ihursday morn- lug early on the LMth, to assist in clean Come with iin mi tlui liiii'inl r.w. ...-......-.....-! - TOWELS, STKA loo, ami 20c per i:n l.Oc TRUNKS, 1.25 and 1.50. I10S1C, two paiis for V VALISES, 30c, 40o mid 50e. 20c HATS, 5c, 10c, loo and CLOCKS, 75c, 35o and Oftu. . . - u,i(,Si n.iiv .1. for work, W. LOW, FEIP HATS, 5(to, Too ami $1.00. ! 1JABY RIB1JON, 10 yards lor 25 cents. J. Maihkix. Women In PEA III. BUTTONS, !.. for 2oe. RUBBER ELASTIC, 2J and SHIRTS, from 15o to Cn yard. llunesi Fields. HidPS, Co, lOunml 15e. BOX WRITING PAPER, 5e and 10c. Too. , one-hai- r Women ore working in harvest fields all over northwestern lowa, southern Minnesota anil southern Dakota. Such a sight wns never Been there before. Men and even boys nro offered $2 a day, but cannot ho gotten. Tho scarcity of men Ih duo to tho pressure of railroad building going on in tho Owing to hoa.y northwest. rains and windstorms, neeessllat-inreslinoking and rushing the work to savo from blight, nil tho hands have bail to turn into the fields, It 1b tho woltuHl harvest g WINDOW SHADES, 10e. tliat were 15o and 25c,. Numerous other Bargains that cannot be mentioned. Come and be convinced. now 5e and 10o. Racket Store, Hickman,Ky. i pi blnoo 1688, 'i I 1 14 1 - stir rd. -' TTitiL . toJdC i v rV1PW -- a,- V- kupf - ''-- Saii a.- - ."Varr 1 k J ' ' l'"w'lllj COMPANY. iaiaxaiiaiaiaiMmiaiaiiiaiaiaiiiaiaiaiaiaaiami . t Tlie Hickman Courier THE HURRICANE. OEOUGC WAHHEN, I'uullahcr. THOUSANDS Send ARE DESTITUTE. to the, Sufferers of ''ANOTHER FIGHT. San Muteo Tnketi, With nn American Loss of Three Killed. Tho Flllptuo Were Itouteil After Tortj Twenty-thre- e of Kuuxvn to llnve the Kueui)r Iteen Kllle.l Colored Troopt. 14. BROTHERHOOD Vr Drprtrtmepl Appeal to the l'eople to luppllea n Morm-MrlcVe- HICKMAN. KENTUCKY Ponce, P. All R. Almost Destroyed, Near-l- y l'orto lllco. Scheme Ker The flreateat lie Attempted In TliU I ountr Company Incorporated. j1 Frame Houaej Down. CURRENT TOPICS. Tur. number of penniless men In the Klondike is placed at 3.000, i It cost Prof. Dcwar 53,000 to produce his first ounce of liquid air. boots or shoci Tors of worn-ou- l make excellent Iron holders. Onion water applied with a soft brush will keep Hies off gilt frames. Tub new stables of the emperor of Germany are to cost about S3, 000,000. I.NQKltsoi.L had $100,000 insurance on his life, llesidps this, he was not rich. The Washington electrical worker have struck for 53 a day and eight Herod is the name of the judge who sits in the pollen court in Kan. French market gardeners cultivate the dandelion and sell large quantities Cha-uut- 0O,O Damage to thr Port Katlmutedat Hi ere Va Awful Oeatruetlon of I'mpertr on Mm i:itoru Coatt Large Number of l.liffi LoiU Washington, Aug. 12. The war department Friday took prompt measures for the relief of the hurricane sufferers in Porto Rica When the press dispatches and Gen. Da7ls' advices made known tho extent of tho dltaster steps were immediately taken to send supplies and the transport McPhcrson was ordered put In readiness to sail from New York on Monday next. She will carry rations and other necessaries Secretary of War Itoot Friday afternoon sent tho following appeal to the mayors of all cities of more than 150,000 population: "Sir The governor gcuernl of Porto Rico confirms tho report that upon the Stli instant a hurricane swept over that island, entirely demolishing many of the towns destroying mauy lives and reducing, so far as he can estimate, not less than 100,000 of the in habitants to the condition of absolute destitution, without homes or food. Unless Immediate and effective relief is given these unfortunates will pcrlnh of famine. "Under these conditions tho president deems that an appeal should be mado to the humanity of the American people. It is an appeal to their patriotism, for the inhabitants of Porto Klco have freely and gladly submitted themselves to the guardianship of the United !!tut"s and have voluntarily surrendered tho protection of Spain, to which they wero formerly entitled, confidently relying upon more generous nnd beneficent treatment at our hands The highest considerations of honor nnd good faith unite with tho promptings of humanity to require from tho United States a generous response to the demand of Porto Illcan distress. "This department has directed tho immediate distribution of rations to the sufferers by tho army in Porto Rico, so far as it is within tho power of the executive, but in the absence of any appropriation we must rely largely upon private contributions. "I beg that you will call upon tho d and humane people of your city to take active and immediate measures in this exigency. The government transport McPhcrson will bo sent directly from tho port of Nov York to Porto Klco on Monday, the 14th instant, to carry all supplies uf food which cun be obtained. Further transports will be sent at future dates of which public notice will be given. "Any committee charged with tho raising of funds will recclvo full information and advice upon cotntuunlcit-in- g with this department. Very respectfully, "Eliiiu Koot, Secretary of War.' A report has been received at tho war department from nn officer at San Juan, Porto Rico, estimating that tho number of killed amounts to 500. Tho same officer says a very serious condition of affairs exists at Ponce. public-spirite- Minute' l'lehtlnr i,1 hours. e, 1 t t farms in Australia are as large as the whole of England. A man walking day and night without resting would take 42S days to journey around the world. HiMior TonitKOLANNi. head of the Roman Catholic diocese of Armidale, Australia, weighs 305 pound. Thk gold output of Australia for the present year is estimated at 310,000,000 in excess of the output for liOS. A succkssful exhibition of the works of Rodin, the famous French stulptor, has just been closed in Brussels. The Lutheran church in Iceland thousand cumbers about seventy-tw- o baptized members, which is about the total population. In proportion to population the little republic of Switzerland can boas tf having a larger army than any other Dation in the world. Ann. Sciilf.v believes in war. He lays: "It Is necessary once in a while fight. It to have a good, stand-utlears the moral atmosphere." Slate pencils are made in Tennessee from slate dust and other ingredients tomprcsscd by hydraulic means. One tonccrn made 25,000,000 in a year. Theue has been a considerable in the wages of iron molders all over the United States. In general the increase has reached 10 per cent. Opposition to the reciprocity treaty with the United States has become so violent in France that the French government is solicitous about the result. F. W. Collins,, of Denver, has presented to the Colorado Historical so ciety the original deed of Hrigham Young's mill, the first erected in Utah. Evkuy inhabitant of the Austrian village of Storbcck is a chess player. The children are taught to play chest Just as they are taught to read and wrife. The people of Cleveland are subscribing to a fund for the family of Illaz l'ctric. a laborer, who lost his life while saving a woman from death in front of a locomotive. One sensible mau in Wiutcrport, Me., who has wanted city water put In his house, but felt that his income was hardly equal to it, this year concluded to drop the use of tobacco, after SO years' use of the weed, and put in the water. The sword of Sir William Wallace i in the Wallace tower, a stone structure in Stirling, two miles from the castle. d sword of massive proIt is portions and great weight and it is said four strong men are required to p two-edge- t good prices It is said that some of the sheep Wamiinotox, Aug. 11. The weather bureau issues the following hurricane bulletin: "Hurrlcat'c centersapparent ly approaching Nassau, Bahama. Storm will Increase in intensity upon reaching the Gulf stream, and will probably reach the South Atlantic coast towns of the United States Friday night. San Juan de I'okto Hico, Aug. 12. A hurricane broke over the south coast at 1 o'clock Tuesday morning and swept northwest. There was no abatement for nine hours, the greatest damage being done between 8 and 10 a. m. The wires were down and communica tion with the Interior wns Impossible. It is now chiefly carried on by couriers-I-t is now said that 500 persons lost their lires at Ponce during tho hurricane. Terrible distress prevails there. Arroyo, on the south coast has been destroyed, sixteen lives weie lost tliero and the town is still submerged in water. At Guayamo the houses arc still stand tng. Seven persons were killed there. A number of houses were pillaged, squads of soldiers were unabl to maintain order and starvation threatens the population. At Abonlta very littlo remains standing except the cathedral and barracks. Four natives perished, and three United States soldiers were badly injured. As the town is without food, government relief has been dispatched rcconnolsance Saturday by troops of Qju. Samuel It. M. Young's brigade with the object of discovering the whereabouts of the enemy near Mm Mateo, northeast of the San Juan reservoir, about ten miles from Manila, resulted In tho occupation of San Ma tea Tho American loss was three killed and 1H wounded, including a lieuten A Manila, Aug. ant of tho 21st infantry. The Americans approached San Mateo In three columns. Mnj. Cruuln, with 15 men of tho 25th Infantry, advanced from Novnlichcs Ave miles west of San Mateo. Capt Rivers with 100 men of the 4th cavalry, and Capt. Parker, formerly lieutenant colonel of the 12th New York Volunteer regiment, with StO men of the 21st and 24th thither. El Cayey was leveled to the ground, 200 houses being demolished. Two United States soldiers were injured there and many cavalry hones killed. At Catano the entire plant of the Standard Oil Co. was ruined. The loss on the property is S200,00a At llayamo a majority of the houses were destroyed and the rest wcro flooded. Two hundred cattle were killed and the railway wab seriously damaged. The village of Carolina was literally razed. At Caguas four persons wero killed. A message by courier from Humacao, Porto llico, a town of 8,000 Inhabitants, reports the complete destruction of that place by the storm. Sixty-fou- r persons lost their lives and the injured number over 200. The loss to property is estimated at 52,000,000. Yabucao, another Porto Iticnn town, shared a like fate. Twenty persons were killed. Three persons wcro killed at Las Picdras and five at Junto. Couriers from the other districts aro anxiously expected at the palace. Tho steamer Slocum, Capt. Thomas, en route from Mayagucz to San Juan, was caught in the storm, but her passengers and crew were saved through the heroism of Mr. Single, the first officer. The coffee crop is ruined, and tho loss will reach millions. Very great injury has been done to the orange crop. No definite returns have yet been received from the southern section of the island apart frsn: I'oscs. It is certain, that tho food supplies in tho stricken districts liavo been destroyed, and in these quarters the quantity of government stores is small. Helief wagons will be sent out Friday In various directions. Washington, Aug. 14. The West Indian hurricane appears to be gradually decreasing in strength and tho chances are that it will spend itself before making much further progress. This was the welcome news given out by the officials of the weather bureau Sunday night. It is based on the fact that there lifts not been any decided fall in the barometer in the localities that should feel its effects, and by the presence of an area of high pressure in the northern part of the United States, which tends to keep tho storm from continuing its onward march. It is now south of Jacksonville, indicating a slow northward movement since Saturday night. The bureau has no wire reports south of Titusvilles Fla., some distance below Jacksonville, since Saturday night, and noth ing from Nassau, llahama Islands, since Friday afternoon. The following message has been sent to the Philadelphia and New York maritime exchanges and to other shipping points: "Storm still central In Florida, but with decreased strength. Conditions safe for vessels sailing north nt all points from Wilmington, N. C, northward." .Monte L'tirUtl Ileile:rd. Cape Havtien, Aug. It. Monte vhrlstl is now besieged by tho insurgents and the town is without provisions. A WINDOW GLASS WORKERS. Ilmr Hmtii Knternd Into n Comptct Mlttl the Independent Conip lulrs ana Will Fight tllti Cuiiihlue. ivioM it. The cost of launching a battle ship runs away with something like S10.000. The great Leviathan requires some five tons of tallow and over a ton of oil and soft soap to persuade her tc leave her cradle and glide peacefully .nto the water. I!ohkiia:j geese, which are driven long distances to market, are shod before starting on the journey by being 6ent repeatedly over patches of tar mixed with sand. This forms a hard crust on the feet, enabling the geese to travel over great distances. A finole foundry in New Jersey, it Is suid, casts annually 23,000 bolls for the .armors and at out 4,000 for schools, :hurchcs engine houses, etc. It is estimated by a foundryman that at least 50,000 arc sold every year in the country to tillers of the soil and breeders. Pittsiil'ROh. Pa., Aug. 12. Word is i, .i. ..j. nc ...M..w.p..H. window glass workers have just cosed their convention, that because of tuelr failure to arrange for a conference with the combine manufacturers tney have entered into a compact with the Independents. The agreement is that tho workers shall rcceivo the advance of 7 per cent, winch they have been contending for, they In return to work hand in hand with the independent manufacturers. Mors than 25,000 glass workers will be affected by the new arrangement, which practically means n fight against tho combine. .tw tuti-,ii,i,- Infiintry and the 4th cavalry, in two columns from tlw south. Ma J. Cronln experienced mnny difficulties arising from the condition of the country and failed to effect a junction with Capt. Rivers west of San Mateo, as hid been planned. t Capt. Rivers advancing, took an of the enemy two miles southHe then enwest of the San Mateo. countered strong resistance among the hills the enemy firing from excellent Having failed to couuect positions. with Mnj. Cronln, and seeing that the town was already occupied by the Americans Capt. Rivers withdrew, his withdrawal by a heavy volley. He lost a sergeant killed. Capt. Parker, on advancing, found the enemy strongly entrenched ott the far side of some rice fields about a mile wide and covered with deep mud. Pushing forward rapidly, he routed the Filipinos after 40 minutes' fighting, and then continued the march upon Ssn Mateo, which he entered without serious resistance about half-paone In the afternoon. Ma J. Crouin eutered the town about half-pafour. The Americans still occupy tho place. Our men were exhausted by the heavy marching. Twcnty-thrcof tho enemy aje known to have been killed. This is the flr.t action in which Col. Hurt's colored troops participated They behaved well, their leaders hav 2ng,dinlculty In holding them back. Gen. Young accompanied Capt. Parker's column and was uudcr fire through out the engagement. It is estimated that the enemy numbered betweeu 300 and 400 men. Tho insurgents have taken the aggressive in the neighborhood of tho railroad. On Saturday night they unsuccessfully attacked San Luis on the Rio Grande, near Calumpit. which is garrisoned by two companies of the 22d infanjry. The Americans had one man. a sergeant, killed and two private! wounded. Sunday morning a similar affair took place at Grlngua, four miles west of Malolos where another smalt garrison is stationed as a safeguard against a puVib'd attack upon the railway. A special train took reinforcements to Malolos nnd Gulgulnto, just north of Ilulacan. out-pocor-verln- O., Aug. 15. Tho Rrother-hoo- d incorporated Monday at Columbus, has been organized for the purpose of placing in operation tho greatest scheme ever attempted In the country. Among those who are mentioned In tho list Of incorporators aro Mayor Jones, of this city, and J. A. Johnson, a millionaire of the Mate of Washington. The brotherhood ptoposcs to distribute stock over the country in small amounts the investors being life fully protected by Insurance. Tho plan Includes a great amount of educational work, but In connection with the actual plan of the in tho way of building farm-lucolonies and placlngco-opcratlvcommunities. In every place where the sentiment has developed the projectors propose building one of these colonics ami It will be extended as the finances admit. Tho first of these colonics will be tablisheit on the shores of Lakerie, near this city, nnd It i understood that more than half tho money required has been pledged by people of Toledo. Along the lines of education thcrr schools are many plans for which the projectors have not fully wrought out. 'I he organization Is now formed and has liberal baoktug. Mayor Jones Monday night stated that while the brotherhood was not as wide as his idc.i of it would serve to assist lu working up the sentiment. Co., e g .Toledo, ! m&y never get rid. If your wood is even I the lejtst bit impure, do not deUy. but I tAke Hood's SArsAp.xrilU at once. In I so doing there is sAfctyi in dehv there J is dxnger. Be sure to get Hoofs Sr-; lif. nai omy.. s, ixt.ju.jc I sapjtrui One Year's Seeding, Nine Years' Weeding.' I I 8tgUcttd impurities in wur blood i will senv seeds of disease ofwhich you i 44 J I I iiwa 5. rr--- -. i vjfocdA Swua, favdUa i iiieiaiHiia,tiiMHaiiaiMMtaia laiaiwiaHiaiaiail PLIGHT OF A BASHFUL Up WoiiIiI IIiisp (lone ir lie (u Aak MAN. Could llasr Summoned I'p Cournaje for Ilia lint. "I nhvays was a h.mhful tort of a fellow when I waa younir," Mid Ananias Fuller, at lie MMnl Ins pUtr (or the third piece of tur He vmu diiimu out with friend nnd unhid tliem to undeiitiiid hi tempcrn-np-iit- . va broken of that habit before It t either eae of Ret over or tav all night, and I Kt over it," lie it hi plate km returned with a good nul. Mul I'icic of ne eiieli a I'opcKa home Urpti nuke. "I a railing, out on Fill iwoie itritt. and when I unit in I futvot ail about t'U'tuitf my lut on the tack in the lull, ami f .until it into the parlor itli me. 1 put It on a ola, and u lien the lady of the doute came in the aid 'how die do' and lit her YM iHUimli douii on that hat. " 'I lejt jour wrdoii,' I Mid. "Wli), what's the nutter!' he nilcJ, for I Kiu 1 looked kind of bewildered. "'(, nothing,' 1 ahwered. '1 jtul'k'ot "Hut u.i 1 I 2.V lady. "We went on talkine. and I thought that sihen the iiut up 1 esuilil antak that hat, but she talked and talked. "It cot along to tunc o'clock, and I knew I nulit to k. hut 1 was too baahfiil to ur a tLiiifr. u I lu.t waited Then the clock ittutk ten, and I knew 1 wa ttayiug too font, hut I could not Ket that hat. "Mi it moonlight?' atked the 20 pound tilth in my iirart.' FILIPINOS PUNISHED. An g Maloto Kn(fiiiit 1 Knur Mile Killed. u. Atuerlran Man "I laid it win, and knew the wanted mrto I did not have the nerve to ak lor that eat. Jut at the doek truck 12 Northeast of he blurtid out- 'Why don't you go?' I ma that I11.I "'I Mill if l .Ml Will Had (In co, but - aid. Manila, Au?. 15. A force of United States truops frutn Qutngua, four miles northeast of Malolos aiid from llalluag near lttisoi, about six miles northeast of Qulngua, encountered a body of In- at ".My hat.' "WOieiPititJ' " 'You are utting on It. " 'MeJ' and the luinifd up. "I'll.!.. .. ttiv l,al shil if IasiIt.! "'What hat?' ,,, uor, but no morr than that woman. surgent, cttlmatcd at about 500, halt In Fill-plnos llurhustoti llawkrye. A way between Huslosand Qulngua. the engagement that ensued the FAIR DEMONSTRATION. st st o THE Til RELIEF OF DERRY. Protectant CelrbrMt loll of the Anul- verturjr nt Londonderry Led to Hint- oiii Scene similar. 14. LoNDOMiKimr, Aug. The Pro- testant celebration of the anniversary of tho relief of Perry, besieged by James IL's army In lCS'J, led to riotous An excursion scenes hero Sunday. party, composed of 400 members of club, arrived from Itelfast, ti 'US but the police refused to allow to enter tlis tho excursionists city. The appearance of a nationalist band to meet the party caused Doth disorders and stone throwing. mobs attacked the police. Finally the riot act was read and the mayor of Londonderry cillcd out the garrison. Kight constables wcro seriously injured. Tho rioting was renewed Sunday evening on the departure of the in the vicinity of tho railway station. Tl)o police made repeated baton charges and several persons were Injured. Ceriunn telelirHtlou German-American At Schwclnfurt, llavaria, is one of thu largest of the world's manufactories for bicycle ball bearings. The two factories there, belonging to one (inn, turn out annually 2,000,000 gross f thcbc little steel balls, and employ 00 men, working for a day of ten hours' duration. A device that will be appreciated by both mother and infants during hotweather is a fan under the hood or shade of the perambulator. The la.tr is worked by motive power created b.y the turning of the wheels, the current of air serving to keep the baby cool and toJceep the Hies away. An apparatus has been devised for automatically photographing peoplo as they enter shops and other places. As you enter you step upon a plate which operates this new camera, the film is exposed and your picture is secured. Where and when necessary a flash light is also caused by stepping on the plate. There are great forests of costly woods in the Philippines mahogany, sappan wood, logwood, irouwood, ebony and cedar, besides about fifty varieties not known to European markets, but' eagerly sought for by merchants from China. "The only son of a prize fighter who ever amounted to anything," says Victor Smith, "is lit. Hon. William Court tiully, speaker of the ISritlsh house of commons." In Kansas, blnco 1859, every year ending with the fipuro Ojhns been a jreat corn year, while every year end- njf.wltha cipher has shown a failure if' the corn crop. - IW.t VlreluU OH It. ...in. Claeksiiuiio, W. Va., Aug. 12. The Harrison county oil field is causing an influx of oil men. There ore 50 producing wells one flowing 500 barrels 20 flowing 100 to 200 barrels, 25 or SO ranging 30 to 05 barrels Twenty new locations were madethis week In outh Pcnn. It is reported that there aro ordered 200 riggings for the Jarvisvillo and Wolf Summit fields It is rumored that the Standard and Eureka hpo Line Co. will move their shops hero from .Manninglon. Mark Twain and ,hi friend, Rev. Joirph II. Twitehell, oner planned a bicycle tide from Hartford, Conn (their home), to Ronton, and wrote beforehand to an acquaintance 111 the latter city, telling him ttieir line of route and what time he might exect to ee them arrive. The appointed time nn an ideal one for s long run, ahd the two friend darted quite early In the morning. Hut neither of them was to long rule, to after 12 or 15 mile had been ridden, it became piarent that each of thr rider wa waiting lor the other to ay nunirthitig. Finally '1 nam aid, a they cauir in tight of thr railway .tatmn in a malt town they had entered. "Ixt'i Uk the tnun the rrt of the way." Of course Mr. Twitehell agreed, ami ro urprtMl e atquainUnTc iti Hotter, wa by tritic tiir two friendt walk up to lit door about one o'clock in the afternoon, lit had not expected them till evening, bat ho greeted them warmly, and a4drvMuc .Mr. Twitehell, Mid: "Well, you Made pretty yood time, didn't vou! the Tall Meelln:. "Ob, fairly ijooa time for novice," wu Coi.VMiitis O., Aug. 15. The Columthe reply. bus Driving association Monday de"What time did you leave Hartford?" be cided to give a fall meeting Immediate- sited of Mr. Clemen. "About even a. in." ly following the Lexington races. The "What, you don't tnrfin to fy that vnu meeting will extend over two weeks have ridden all the way from Hartford to the dates being October 17, IS, 1!, 20 Ikttton on your Wcvrle'" "So." replied Mark Twain, "but we redr S3, 25. nnd There will be II races far enough to deinunatato that it ceuhl b done." Detroit Tree 1'rrta. two in three heats purses 9500 each, ntwl .ven races, three in five heats Ill;; I'our .Mitpur I'm II I'.sriiraloii. On AiiKtMt 1ft tho Jllic imr rut will run ptirvs 51,000 each. The iiieullug has Nliignrn tii4r niiuunl been oauvassod among tha horsemen The rnto w ill I excursion ( to f mho ottlmrFitll. Cinonly 7 following tho grand circuit and the cinnati or litillitunpoll with eorreMnxlltiK-ltxjliit Ceniieeu l'w mto f riMH other prospects are fluttering. lii line will ntl cxpttrktiiu tlcke-tsin tlm For full Information enll HlK Kour route Three l'rr.n Drowned. on lour Iimi.I ngeut or nddrn. MoiiiK, Ala., Aug. 15. News reached iirrrn J. I.ytieh, (I 1' A 111k Four nmti, tlncliiimtl. O. hero Monday afternoon from Heron Hay, n settlement in the southwestern way er that your If you have vuir own part of Mobile county, 30 miles from way in right - At Ihm.ii Clone here, of the drowning Sunday afternoon of three persons. Two young Pain Conquered; Health Re- men and three young women were In a rowbont on Fowl river whm the boat stored by Lydia E. Pink overturned. Ida Lyons, Annie JohnCompound. son and Alphonsc Johnson, a brother ham's Vegetable of the latter, were drowned. The bodaicu-tomrd 2-y . were severely punished and scattered. Tho Americans loot one mau killed. The insurgent force is believed to have been under the command of (ten. Plo del Plar, and to have had In view the tearing up the railway at ltocavc and Itigaa, about three tulles north-casof Uulucoan. A battalion of the 21st infantry was sent to those (x)lnt Tuesday afternoon to strengthen the railroad guard and to roeonnoltcr the country lu the direction of Norzagarsy and on the lltistos road. Gen. Whrtitou, with the troops nt Calulut, made a rccoiinolssance on Angeles about four miles to the northwest, where he found 500 of the enemy. He silenced their fircaud then returned to Calulut. They Were Knll.llnl the Thin Could lie Dour, lint li Some One KUe. ies were recovered. tilrl and .Sinn I'lcht m Duel. Klwood, Intl., Aug. 15. George who shot Miss Ncal Overling, the bullet going through her shoulder, was captured Monday unil bound over to court. Nlccum nnd the girl had a duel, ho firing three shots and the girl one. Tho bullet from the girl's revolver lodged in Niccuin's hip, and can not be loeatcd. Ho was Intoxicated, and while so, visited the girl's home, and Insulted her. NIc-cu- LtTTt TO MIS, rlMKMAtf SO. 9,M9l Welgha .TOO Pound t. Ciiattasoooa, Tcnn., Aug. 14. ErHaoeiistown, Ind Aug. 12. Miss nest L. Grubb, committed suicide here Lucy Havens, an Indiana eirl livlny In Sunday. He came to this city to visit Laporte county, has received a great his daughter, who had been adopted deal of by an aunt. lie asked tho refusal attention lately because of her of an offer of 525 per week from daughter ts play for him on a circus manager to travel with them the piano. While listening to the as tho fat girl. Miss Havens is but 18 music and talking to the aunt, ho sudvcars old She-lives Dramatic Suicide. Arreting Prominent Itefnrmtr. London, Aug. 12. The Cape Town correspondent of the Daily Mail says: "I learn from a prominent that tho Transvaal government has prepared warrants for tho arrest of prominent reformers whenever tho condition of affairs at Johannesburg provides an excuse. The presumption is that President Kruger means to so. euro the leading Uitlanders as hostages tho moment trouble arises" In Clilrago. Chicago, Aug. 14. -- One hundred citizens thousand participated Sunday In the celebration Incident to the opening of the fourteenth annual conventlon'of the annual nnd tho twenty-fiftreunion in America of tho Dcuschcr Krelgervcrcln. Krei-gcrbu- h ltoliliery of a .Stall Pouch. Aug. 14. Discovery of a bold robbery of a moll poach en route DKTr.oiT, from Chicago with north ivcstcrn mall for C&uadlan points wns made Sunday uftcrnoou by a Grand Trunk railway porter. Tho pouch, with a quantity of opened letters was found under a platform at the railroad station. Tho and weighs 500 pounds denly whipped out a revolver and drabag was stolen, it nppcars Friday with her parents on a farm and matically placing it to Ills head, exnight while en route in a mall wagon claimed: "This ends it all," fired and assists in all tho work, being especially 'roni the Michigan Cent ml to the immediately fell dead. No cause la Txpcri in minting. Sho is activo Jrand Trunk station. No clew has given for bis Grubb movement and quite rood looki ?een discovered by the detectives emHer parents are wealthy and amj leaves a large family at Nashville. ployed on the case. suie io iaue care ox her. cine, I was nil run down, tired nil the time, no nppctltc, pains In my buck mid Waring down pains nnd u great sufferer during menstruation. After taking two Inittlcs of I.ydlu J3. Hiildniin'rt Vegetable Compound I felt like u new woman. I nin now on my fourth bottlo nnd all my pains have left me. I feel belter tliiin I have felt for three years tint", would recommend your Compound 'I lie Coluiiiltlit Defeat the Defender. suffering woman. I Iioihj thU Nkwi'okt, R. I., Aug. 15. -- The Co- to every 511 letter u help others to find u euro lumbia added another victory to her for their troubles" Miw. Dki.la already splendid record Monday by de- IlDIICKLII, Kt;.NSHKLAl:!l, I.NI). feating the Defender 1.1 minutes 7 secThe serious ills of women develop onds over a .18 mllo course and the Amorlta defeated Colon la, Qulsettonnd from ueglcet of early symptoms. Every Ariel in the schooner class finishing 12 pain and ucito has u cause, and the seconds ahead of Col on In and winning warning they give should not bo disrein u.e, 14 seconds cor- garded. the race by Mrs. Finkham inulerstundn theso rected time. troubles better than nny local phyIndiana Htate Hunk. sician nnd iill give every wnmun free, IndiaNAI'olih, Ind., Aug. 15. Re- advice who is puzzled about her ports submitted to thu state auditor health. Mrs. 1'lnkhiiin'it address in for tho business closing Julj a; show Lynn, Mtibs. Don't putolTwritlngiintU that tho state banks of Indiana are lu health is completely broken down. much better condition than apparent Write attho llrst indication of trouble. from the showing In April lust. The overdrafts have diminished S'J'J.OOO, and the cash on hand has Increased 31,500,-00The surplus funds and the undivided profits show an increase In excess of 830,000. Ninety-seve- n banks turns WHtHt All Hit fAllb. Host Couali rijrup. Tuici CJiK,rt. Cm B madu reports, an increase of four since fifl la time. Hold tir drurglit. gt April, Tho totul resources aggregate d you for what your Vegetable litis done for mo. It is the only medicine I have found that litis dono ineitiiy good, lleforo taking your mediCoin-poun- " I feel it my duty lo write nnd thank lu 0. CARTERS1NK 820,859,520.10. ". -- 0 i a T-. lirt: ndJ - xr ' 7Zl?2psr&F',t " " y " ' ""- - Pnrsft)l, &'$ JfrWMftt? V''P' ' r-r- , V . s v .. In neither case was there anr precinct election ofllc?r that arc to IS STILL AT LARGE conduct election the county commisuni of wroug under or by reason of is law. Judge Jones, the republican Would ir Manlsrrr of .SUItro I sioner beltif.' unpointed by a state ulmrl Not Ixiarl of thrt'c commissioners chosen eiuiiiiuaio lor juuge of the court Vet ApprahrmlMil Woumlril Man' of appeals last year, madtf by the general nsembly. "Stumliinl - lie ri'iWill nn (ocbi'l Condition iiiiirovril. to this law tho banis of his This statute was rendered necessary SollII tlit Kivr..i by the frauds by which the vote oi canvass. He was defeated. Neither Rk.nxks. Aug. 13. Two men amKentucky was in 18M taken from llryan he nor any ono else has even pretended bushed Maitre Labori, counsel for and given to McKinley. Jly what that wrong of any kind contributed to Dreyfus, The I'o.ll on of Urn, uekv llrinuoiri I.. and one shot was fired, hitwWo these frauds in the clcc- - the result. This Is a complete answer iuenn the I'lrsi-n- t ( M. Labori i tliKUnril - (fN. to eiery objection that ha.s been mi.de ting Labori in the back. t jt of 1V.M i.u iilttcd? By the dellb-sra:1MB .still c, llr Ivjri i .i , fell in the roadway. I,. and systematic violation of the to this law. K. ,in fu ur ..i). tu.utl 'i. ble standard was ueknowledge by most important provision 'if the secret The deed was witnessed by two or lnv. Ilrailley. In his message to tho I'rvsident Melvinley and the iuiiiri general assembly that enacted this three laborers going to work, who bill oi lie, ion designed to when, In IS.I7, a commission was sent frauds name y. that pro- law, riommended tlie enactment of n stated that one of tho assassins drew 'I ho democratic fflinnit-jrwas n K nt new election law t, prevent election a revolver and fired point blank at M. that which directed opened ut Mityllenl. y .satin-da- alii umine to en ire ,t other naltoiiK to vision t lilmo nllistn; each voting' in thero Khali frauds The bill for tne new lnw did Labpri. A sharp report was heard and witn specencs ,ruin .soi.itior thnt the f tilt. re oi this couitii s.lon to be a division of the election officers not meet his views and he vetoed it, M. Labori threw up his arms nnd cried oaliiliiiiito for governor, nut) 'curt) Kiiro-uamong t ie t'olltle:il parties contesting but even he has declared that the new cooper.it. on stnt.-otiiiior Hlncltburn. the fact that tne frercoinagi.- - of In the o eetion. Tiiere never was ft liw is better than the old law, to "Ho In In" (which is n common French tiochel, in said; stiver .dan come onl.- II rouirh the inde- secret ballot election law enacted any- wh cli the republican platform de- exclamation) and fell fiat upon hts We arc entering upon ilio Inliinl bat- pendent f.tce. action o the United Mules, where that did not contain that safe- mands a return. tle of tliu j.rcnt national eoulliot of and that the present legal RKNNE8, No Aug. IS. The following guard against fraud. Why is that ratio v( man JUDO. Now. (in In uud, the corrupt nnd to l is the ou.y ratio at which bimetal- provis.on so important'.' Ilecause by dot.b s that but for this law Judge bulletin regarding the condition of M. corrupting forces tlmt ii'ok to porpe'-unt- e lism can be restored, and that opposiit direct- Ilobson would not be judge of the court Labori, the victim of an attempted astheir toutrol of govtirnmcnt, ' tion to that ratio Is confined to loose other provisions of the law theis closing of appeals. No well ed that immediately upon Informed, sassination, was issued at 10 o'clock, clinch themselves lit the cxpmscof who oppose bimetallism at any ratio, of the polls man doubts that but for this Monday night: "Temperature, 37.05. No the ballots shall be countthe masses of tlw pooplc, are engaged and to those who Iguoro the rea mis ed, and immediately upon conclusion law without reference to how tlio in mi effort fraudulently tc take which led three national coinentions of tlio counting the ballots shall be de- votes may 1c- - east the results of the fever. Condition stationary." electoral vc'o from Ilrjnti uud to adopt lu Thero has been, therefore, a slight stroyed, and then the voter is prohib- elections this yearnndnextycar would transfer it to to prevent And, In order to emphasize., as notli ited from testifying in any proceeding, have been determined now in favor of Improvement during the last few hours. ttu election to tlio federal senate of ing else could emphns z. their convic- civil M. Laborl's mother arrived hero obthe republican party. voted. ItlacKburn. Kouttitky'.s foremost ehnin-pio- tion nnd purpose with icferenee to this vious or criminal, how he system, It is Their real objection to this law Its Monday evening. Sho had believed if electhat under such a of bimetallism, ami to subject great question, the democracy of htm dead, nnd a most affecting intertion officers net corruptly tncy can with opponents do not state; that objeetio Kentucky permanently to the domum-tiouo- f Kentucky have in their platform noin. impunity make tho result of nn elec- Is that this law insures honust elec- view ensued. HniinaiMii mill Iiuiitt-ruui- , and iuated as their eanduhte for the presi- tion what they choose without refer-eiic- a tions. This law takes tho vote of Kon. Later M. Labori received Mntthicu all that they Imply. dency next year WTllhim Jennings to how the votes were cast. The lucky out of the vote market which Dreyfus, brother of Capt. Dreyfus. In 1SI the inot iTertlve limtrumunt Hryan. and as their candidate to il ballots being destroyed and the voter H.inna established m Kentucky in There is some talk of Albert Clemen-ceatt.at indud In fraudulently taklnir William I.lndsav in the federal prohibited from testifying how he voIt destroys the assumed inalicn-iinl- e vote from Itrynu an it glviuir it senate .Ioeph C. . lilaekbum. tlie younger of the two brotherr, right of the republican party ted, it is impossible to prove the fraud to McKinley was tlio l.ouUvuli) A Tho platform pledre the When the officers nro divided among elections. It ,s tho barricade coining as a substitute for Labori. Nashville Railroad Co. ihe party to renewed efforts to suppress the politi-parties, the representa- which the democracy of Kentucky The question, however, will be de.'-ic.i.ef llillilenro that is ondonvoriuy to trusts. It declares lu tely settled Tuesday. M. Clemen-cea- u of an tives of cncli party can see to it nr.d, have erected to repc tlie invasions of icoent '" worlt of lwl is the amendment to the Hannalsiik and it will prove effective statute if they are honest, they will see to it wns one of Zola's counsel at hts Louisville, fc Nashville lUilnmd Co. now on the statut Inniks making that no false count in tho ballots is to prevent a repetition of the theft of trial and has followed the Dreyfus afJi'aw. A In ISM, tho menu cmp'.oyed any er.nlrnet made by miiv ' made, and they will refuse to join in lb'.tr,. fair very closely. While he lacks tho to th.s uml are ton Mtbitir.iigof tnut, or any member of any trust, w ith certifiiug any other than the honest The democratic platform Indorses magnetic influence of Labori in pleadIhr ii. nion unit intimidation a to fix or repulatc prices or conand the republican platform condemn- - ing, ho is extremely skillful in cross f employe and dpentlti,it, and mi trol production. Jn other word, no result. In only one way could Indefinite rep- the bill offered by Senator McChord anil examination. l to divide Uio demount Ic party. trtiat. sml no member of any trust or etition of these frauds be prevented. passed at the last session Of the genStill further particulars show that I he i Mum for this corns of the coinuiiiulioii. shall be purmllttHl to re- Tha'. way was by changing the eral assembly, which was vetoed by M. Labori and his wife left their houso most piw erf ill HHiiopo.y of tha cover in tlit courts of t)i ooiainon-wealtpower so as to render it cer- the governor. is found not do much in the price of any article that is tain that at every voting precinct in If that bill had become n law- the together, but just before the outrage protended appreliiiMon of hostile the product of any trusU t tic democratic railroad commission would have been she turned back, having forgotten her the common wealth the statu lt(riintlon for no ueh lejrUla-ImThe trust is among th greatest of party would be represented by two empowered by it to llx maximum rates card of admission to the court. Whilo U or has been proHMnl but in the evils of tho time. Trusts are real democrats, as well as the republic- for the carryiug of freights on rail- she was gone M. Labori met Col. thf fact that thoso who own mid co. formed and operated through corpora- an party by two republicans and tills roads in this commonwealth, in order o and M. Cast. Immediately - Iiav a greater in- tions. '1 he eorjMiralion is a t.vl that eoqmralio.creature the new law docs. to prevent discrimination aud extora man shot him. His wife arterest than any other persons on earth of th government. Theoretically nil were ut tion. Many misrepresentations rived while M. Labori was lying on in thf iiinititaiuiui; of the single gold corporations are created for the public tered and published about tills law. It The democratic platform favors, and dtulHrJ. i J. When they abuse their priv- was asserted that no penally for of- the republican platform opposes, tho the ground and Col. Picquart and M. Sot I ' hoi Indkre that the people of ileges and menace the public welfare fenses committed by election officers enactment of a law reducing the pricca flast was pursuing the murderer. M. ready to abandon Kiniuekyaro laws should be cniicted to prevent the was provided by the new law, and con- of school booKh used In the common Labori said to his wife: "Go to court of. by and for tlio people, and abnsta or to revoke tho prlvilog s sequently there was no law providing schools of the state. At the last ses- and ask to suspend the sitting." Madto kubktltiitc 'hurefnr orfraini'iit by a lu soil. ut in sion there was passed by tho house of ame Labori ran into the court nnd gavo punishment for such offenses. Hailnmd tu ItlUvllle The tendency of the trusts of this tlie suit to test tho validity of representative a bill upon this subject, the alarm. f the Kothu'hihk day is to produce a condition like that (iK .'or tln benefit the law- tho appellate court ad- offered by Mr. Chlnn, of Mercer There wero several reports Monday -Hut that (pieitloti which was produced by what was judged, as the advocates of the county. This bill fixes a maximum of the ''otmontK. afternoon that the assailant of M. Lat- - itrterniiiMil in thli (Miiiiest. known a '.lie feudal system in I'uropc law had contended, that the penal-tic- s prjecs for school books, on an average, unit bori had been captured but they provThere i no fael belter mtabltkli d tlW and iOO years ago. Our histories d less than the price now fixed provided by tho original secret Detachments of that durMic the e.iiiv.ii preeud-M.- r toaoli us that in that time and under ballot election law remained in force by tne school book trust, but that ed to be unfounded. than tlio rt'oenidemooriittofttnleisinTcn that system nearly all wealth which nnd were applicable to every wrong maximum was still ten percent, above troops and gendarmes arc bcatin; tho l on. and iltuinr that coiireutiou, the then consisted Urgcly in land-wdone after enactment of the new law. the average maximum price fixed by a woods and scouring the country. They IaiuisvIUc and Natiriltc ltatlroad owned by a select class It was claimed that because the new similar law that has been in successful havo been engaged in this work all left undone nothing within tin known as the nobility. The great statute did not provide for appeals to operation lu Indiana for ten years. In day long without success. A great potter to control tho 'notion of that body of the people were tenants and tho courts from decisions of election the house of representatives nnd in tho number of people saw the murderer That that attempt failed servitors upon the laud, many passing contest boards In election contests, senate every republican vote was cast fleeing but he was cither too far discontention. U Millleif ntly attetttnl by the platform with the l.aul like the cattle upon it. therefore that right was destroyed. against tho bill. tant from them or else he succeeded in adopted ami ticket nominated by the With tho development of constitution- Hut the court of appeals decided, as What good reason can there be why and the open letter of Mr. al liberty the feudal system disappear- the democrats contended, that the the same school books, manufactured cowing them by threats to use his re convention And when thU ed. The trust of this day tvnds to M'l'rHi II. Smith. right of appeal to the courts remained anH sold by the satno corporation, volver. A gardener named Delhaye got near failed to control tlio dotiio of tho many to enrich unaffected in every caso in which should, in Kentucky cost 45 per cent, f, more than they cost enough to the man to clutch him by cratic Mate convention, then Its aeut the few. It means corruption of gov- there was such right before the new or nearly attempted to break up that conven- ernment, the purchase of special privi- law was enncted. in the adjoining state of Indiana? the shoulder but the fugitive shook tion, in order to prevent tho nomine-lio- leges and use of tho power thus acThe republican patform declares Such is the fact, solely becauso himself free, and, turning to his purof enndlilatrt. upon this pUtform quired to p'.uudc- - ho tnastcz of tho that tho law- - "commits broad power to tho law permits it, nnd because tho suer, exclaimed: "Jlcgone. or I will It rnabies lis operators to irresponsible commissioner not chosen representatives of the republican par- kill you. I still have five shots left in that had been aitopted. y control both produeiUr. and consump by or accountable to the j'leoplo for ty in the last general assembly did tho my revolver and they will be The platform aitopted by tlie for you." of Kentucky thik year t a tion. It robs producer, consumer and their octs." To whom Is a county judge bidding of the lobbyists of tho book Delhaye, being quito unarmed, reIt means what the in any of the mountain counties hav- trust. If thero bo anything that ought clear and unequivocal a defiance of all employe alike. concentration of great wealth In the ing large republican majorities respon- to be made as nearly f rco as air as tho coiled and allowed the man to escape. the force of monopoly and concentrat-rThe attempt made upon tho life of platform of hands of the few has meant in sible? And what would such a judge law- - can make it, it is the opportunity wealth as lliC all ages and lu all countries ISM itMilf. It realllrm without care for criticism because ho had not, of every child in tho commonwealth to M Labori was evidently the result of a plot. A letter was sent to tho commisthat national platform, and the making of mere dependents In appointing election officers, divided get an education. The democracy of Kentucky affirms sary of police Monday morning, warnespecially Ituikta Uhh the independent of the great body of people, depriving them among tho political parties? free cotno'u of atlver at I lie ratio of 10 them of all hope of progress or inde- Under the old law tho action of that it is as true now as it was when ing him that it was intended to mako a incantire of value, a pendence. It is founded in heartless the county judge in appointing elec- Jefferson wrote it into the Declaration an attempt upon the life of Gen. to I. Money r. It i an etl.ilw greed, nnd Is at war with fundamental tion officers could not be re- of Independence, that "governments medium of exchange. Consequently, the police and de the principles of republican institutions' viewed, nor could ho be removed derive their just power from tho lUhrd economic principle thai roluititi of primary money, which U and the dearest rights of mankind. from office nor be in any wise punish- consent of the governed," and that this tectives surrounded the general and exohanu'cv Republican government can not co- ed for disregarding the law governing applies to all peoples everywhere. left the other principals in the drama the b.il of all busiiir decreane the value of all property exist with complete domination of the tho appointment of election officers. They affirm that this nation should no unprotected. A proclamation signed by M. Lajat, meaHUrcd in thb medium of exchange trust. Carried to its logical conclu- There can searcly be imagined a more more have a ltritish colonial policy than dccrcAkci. And a the volume of prim- sion, the trust Is more destructive of irresponsible power than that confer- it should have a British financial poli- mayor of Rcnnes, and M. Lc llcrisse, ary money increases the value of individual independence than a mon- red by the old law upon the county cy; that what would have been "crimi- deputy for in which nal aggression" in Cuba is "criminal Renncs Is situated, has just been ismeasured In or by it archical form of government. Hither Judge. property AUo, a the amount of tho people must control tho trusts or Hut the now law empowers the state aggression" in tho Philippines, and sued. It commences: "An abominable lncre.iF.CH. U money commissioners to remove from office at therefore they denounce tho policy of outrage, the author of which can not leened. the the trusts will rule the people. primary The chief means through which any time any county commissioner, so tho present national administration in ptirciiaiiiK power of tho dollar l l'roin the foundation of the trusts are established and maintained that whenever any county commis- these islands. The only redeeming claim to belong to any party, has just government until 1S7S both jjold and are the single gold standard and a high sioner violates the law there Is an im- features of the republican policy of im- dishonored our dear town of Rcnnes," allver conatltuied primary money of protective tarill. 1 he democratic par- mediate remedy by bringing the mat- perialism are the bravery and heroism and concludes with appealing to tho population to remain calm and to retills country- - hcinjr finely received at ty Is and has always been unalterably ter to the attention of the state board. of tha American soldiers. It was said this law was without sist provocations from whatever party the mlntn without dUortmlualion opioscil to both; the republican party DUEL TO THE DEATH. precedent, but in Ohio the republican they emanate. ngalnt cither metal, and without is reK)iislble for both. In 18T3, without At the last session of the Kentucky party has for years had in operation a eharitc for mintage. lloth r the (mills Arc Dead Klght maPOWDER MILL EXPLODES. law which vests in one man, the secredetnnud therefor from any political general assembly tho democratic or Nino Mhots Wore Flrctl From party, without dUoiuMon of the mat- jority of the house of representatives tary of state, the power to appoint Forty-Fiv- e Caliber Kovolrer. bill, offered by county election commissioners for all Una Man Wh Killed anil Another Wound. ter, without open or public demand passed an anti-trueil llullilliig ITai Wrecked Hut tha Interest, but hecret-l- Mr. llradburn, of Howling (Jrccn, counties in tlie state save those confrom any bulnc Dallas, Tex., Au?. 14. A sensawhich, tn my Judgment, would have taining the largo republican cities, and Uninjured. Machinery Wa and Mirroptltiously. silver was and pold wai made the hole prosed effective to crush the operations in those excepted counties, which tional duel to the death occurred herd GltKEXCABTLE, Itld., Aug. 15. At tho In usually go republican even when tho Sunday morning between Policeman The volume of pri- of tho trust In this state. primary money. wa thin cut In half; the both the house of representatives and stato goes democratic, the power to ap- A. V. Kawlins nnd Charles A. Daniels. little villago of Fontanel, where the mary money W. J. Randall powder mills arc lo value of all tlihiRi measured In money senate every republican vote was cast point tho election commissioners is Forty-fiv- e caliber single action filll. It failed of rassago vested in the mayors. The repubwiiii likewise cut In half, and the valtn against this were tho weapons, the dis cated, whcelr.illl No. 3 exploded just of purchaklnc power of nil credits wj In the senate solely becniso there two lican press of Ohio, ofcour.se, continues tancc three paces, and both of the after a fresh charge had been put in, Kentucky members, elected as democrats. Joined to denounce tlio doubled. ThU act va done In tho principals arc dead. Eight or nino and while Gcoigo Harbor, night superof the holdura of bond and with tho entire republican member- election law. shots were fired, and plato glass win- intendent, and Matt Mclscr, assistant, In voting In it. the homo of other accurilici of tho American people. ship of that body this recordagainst re the Virginia, the democratic Jefferson, dows for a block around were shatter- were standing near the building. of the party, father of It doubled the value or purchasing Notwithstanding in both nation nnd general assembly at every session, the ed. by Rawlins lived ten minutes and Mclscr was enveloped In flames, and, of nil debts the American peo- publican party jiowor lit depreciated at least nuc- state, the republican platform in Ken- joint resolution, appoints a board of Daniols lived exactly nn hour. The although ho sprang into a barrel ple owed: ha If tho value of nil property the tucky declares, "We pledge tho repub- three election commissioner for every former was shot three times and the filled with water standing near all by, his clothing and flesh continAmerican people po&ohi.cd or iiiljrlit lican party to the enactment of pre- county in the commonwealth, who lu latter once. turn appoint the registration and eleccreditor nation of such laws as may be necessary to produce. .The irroat linwlins was under the Intluenco of ued to burn, until only it small spot tion officers. Malioueisni lias given liquor left untouched. tho world In li7:i was Kiitflund, and vent trusts, pools, etc. at tho time nnd a friend wns on top of his head And Mark Hanna the real Lead of the people of Virginia a proper appregreat bulk of American there the trying to induce him to go home when Ho was literally roasted, internally uation, ciation of the importance of this subrepublican curltie was owned. The United Mate the gatherer andparty in this tho dUbursor of ject, and they have therefore placed it Daniels crossed the street and snt and externally, having inhaled thu was the great debtor nation. The nut the corruption fund used to make upon the same plane with the highest down in front of a drugstore. Kawl- flame, and death relieved him within ,f ibT.t imposed upon thin country tlu a few hours. Ilarber was very badly included lnonouictallic .system of the greatest McKinley president, whichtho sugar faction of government the exercise of ins pointed his finger at Daniels and burned, but ho will recover. Meiser's contributed by the sovereign legislative power. Kngland. ." said:' "There bits a coware y editor of thin country. whom tliu home of .Inckson, In That nvHtcm is as much a llritls.h sys- i,rust; Ilnnna, the agent throujli by tho thnn Tennessee, wns no greater dem- This was repeated three times before homo was at Oakland City, this state, whom there In 1173. An Amor-lea- thu powers of government were Daniels got up from his chair and ap where his two children live. Tho buildtem now as It was conocrat, nor truer man, the governor an- proached. poller should replace this llrltlsh republican party bartered to tho There was not a half dozen ing was wrecked by tho explosion, but fund, lu order that nually appoints three ciccilon commispolicy. This can only bo done by re- tributors of. this words spoken before tho shooting be- the machinery escaped injury. lts constitutional they might not only reimburse but sioners for each county, who in turno gan. Kawlins died in tho street. Danstoring hllvcr blind-nllliiiagnltlceiitly compensate thetasofvcH nppoint the election officers. The Ilia .tiiierlritu I.lner Furl. place as a money metal. The of Tennessee hnvo had a longer ex- iels btnggcrcd Into the drugstora where Faoiouth, Eng., Aug. 15. Tlie Amerasks nothing from government by levying tribute, through unequal perience witli republican frauds under ho expired. Ilnnnn, hlir.solf ican line steamer Paris, recently pulled upon this hitbjuct except to undo the laws, upon the people;manipulators and a secret ballot system than have the off the rocks near Coverack, left here wrong it has done. Ho propo.es one of the foremost of trusts, actualTlio Agrarian ttlot at Uuailaloitpe. people of Kent.iclcy, and that experiHo Insists greatest beuellciaries no mere experiment. Kixoston, Jamaica, Aug. 14. A dis- under her own steam Monday mornly had the recent republican stato con- ence has taught them what is necestho wise couserv.i-tiiiupon a icturn to patch from tho islnud of Guadaloupo ing, aided by scvoral tugs. Sho is republic. vention in Ohio to denounce tlio trusts. sary to prevent these frauds. ot the founders of the Tho best test of any law- is its prac- reports n trial there of tho ringleaders bound for Milford Haven, where sho Tho democratic platform approves Tho struggle for the return to this continued for a of, and the republican platform de- tical operation. In November of last of an Agrarian riot, involving tho will bo docked for repairs. h"s now the repeal of, the statute year we had an election undtr this wrecking of a plantation and n murThnt struggle More tiold Certlllcate. ouarlcr of a century. demonetization of mands amending the election law enncted by law. It is conceded that tho election derous attack on three Englishmen The succeed. must Nkw Yoiik, Aug. 15. The subtreas-uras any election tho last general assoinbly. Tho gist was as fairly conducted silver was a fraud upon every solvent of thnt statute is thnt it takes from ever held in tho commonwealth. Two fy 000 nicu, in which tlie correctional received S1.2S0.000 In gold certifiman- -n thoft from every honest dobto. ibunal attributed tho outrage to "tho cates for distribution in this city Moncounty judges and confer upon cotiltisls for scats In congress grew out the a' robbery from every laborer and pr eralllng unwholesome exciton-en- t in each county of that election, both contests being day. They wero delivered during tho U wus lone by avarice, and- three commissioners eutcd by socialistic- propugauda." The do- the power to uppolnt each year tho made by the .republican caudidatcs, day as the banks called for tho notes. will tu undone by justice. onpo-sitlo- n hn-be- en THE CAMPAIGN. Mwr-llti- mocraoy of IlcntucUy. nov as in the p.ist. In thi contest sides w.th the s.rug;'lng masses who produce the wtMltir.mil pay the i.ixcs . ho republican p.ir.y. now a .u tn patt, r.ingen itself with the Idle holder-- , of 111 fit' I ml. with tho lion llioldei- - and the money chan.'oi. The denioo-iU- s ' Kentucky declare tli.it 'heir faith in bimetallism vinille.iled by events; that thei for the restortitiou of the douI THE STORM'S VICTIMS frcif :tj at Wat Iniuri an Appru! to Our t'.iinm of tn f4 transport lent to J'orto Illoii tilth Stippllei. Aug. 15. WAMitNGTox. tary of war Monday afternoon issno.l tho following appeal to governors of The sccro o States for aid for the storm sufferer.! in Porto Rico: , pre-vei- l? for-ihbi.- v y, pu-einc- lioo-Ix'- i, eicab-lIshi'- s - 111 d, fair-mind- ed fair-mind- ed Kcu-tiu1")- '" , MuIC-alc- y; u sue-iwe- Kcn-Ui'-kv- 's u. to-ste- "Sir: I inclose herewith copies of two telegraphic dispatches received Sunday evening from tho governor general of Porto Rico, by which It appears that the devastation wrought by the recent hurricane in that Island Is even greater than was at first supposed. It is evident that a great multitude of people, rendered utterly destitute by this awful calamity, must be fed and cared for during n considerable period, until they can havo the opportunity to produce food for themselves. Enormous quantities of supplies of the kinds indicated by tho governor general must be procured. "Tho magnitude of tho work to be accomplished leads this department tc supplement tlio apceal already mad( to the mayors of the principal cities of the country by a more general ap peal, and I beg you to ask the people of your stato to contribute generously to the relief of the people of Porte Rico. To-da- y al n '' miti-tru- si nutvt-..Tio- r, atti-inn- h - u Pic-qua- rt after-ward- gov-rriimr- - I one-thir- as coin-Jinn- for-tHr.iti- one-hal- n ppc. . dem-oerae- d ial ijuall-ileallo- n I Mcr-cic- "Swift steamers have been provided to leave the port of New York to carry the supplies directly to Porto-Ricas rapidly as they can be collected. "Contributions should bo either in supplies of the character indicated o: in money so that the supplies can be purchased. Tlie bupplics shbuld be sent to Col. F. P.. Jones, armvhullding, foot of Whitehall, street, New York city, in packages plainly marked 'Porto Rican relief.' and he should be consulted as to the time of shipment. Money should bo sent to the National Hank of North America, New York city, which has been designated as a depository for the relief fund. Very respectfully, Eliiiu Root, Secretary of War. Acting Secretary of tlie Navy Allen Monday wrote Secretary Root that the navy desired to in every way it could in rendering assistance to the people of Porto Rico, and tendering a warship to be placed nt the disposal of tho war department, if it was desired to convey supplies to the island. The offer, doubtless, will bo accepted, as every available means is being adopted to hurry along the great stock of supplies, which is imperatively needed. M Allen is in telegraphic communication with several naval stations with a view to having a ship ready as soon as the war department wants it. New Yohk, Aug. 15. The transport McPherson with a cargo of supplies for the storm sufferers of Porto Rico, left her pier in Rrooklyn Monday afternoon. About of the original cargo of army supplies were left behind to mako room for the quantities of rice, beans, grain, clothing, lumocr, etc.. required for tho immediUp to ate necessity of the sufferers. within a quarter of an hour of sailing voluntary donations kept piling in. It is expected that San Juan will be reached not later than Friday night. o storm-stricke- n two-thir- ds DIFFERENCES RIGHTED. Mojror Jami( G. Woodward, of Atlanta, Ga., and Ihe Citjr Council IJave Coma to an AcreenienL Ga., Aug. 15. Mayor Jas. Woodward, against whom impeachment proceedings have been contemplated for some time by the city council and whose resignation has been asked for by that body, has made a solemn promise to thccouncilmen and aldermen, at a meeting Monday afternoon, that he would not take another drink during his term of office. lie further stated that he would cease his indiscretions and if ho did not sustain his promises, ho would resign. Acting upon theso avowals tho city council had dismissed the committee appointed to investigate the mayor's conduct, and all differences between them have been righted. G. e, Atlanta, st y CIVIL RIGHTS LAW. Antl-lloyco- tt Committee Will 11 1 re Law-ye- n to Froeecuta Cleruland Merchant! Mho Violate It. s -- n Cleveland, O., Aug. 15. The busicommittee, ness men's which was appointed as a result of tho meeting held the other day, met Monday afternoon and decided to hire lawyers to prosccuto merehauts and others who violate the civil rights in compliance with the demands of tlio They also agreed to hiro boycotters. detectives to hunt down and arrest dynamiters, who havo been under street cars. Tho business men have ledged a fund of $10,000 to meet tho expeusu of tho crusade against tho law's violators. anti-boyco- tt placing-explosive- st peo-pl- MlDULKiiUUV, KIIIIiirTiR His Wife's Vt., Aug. KelntWo-15- .- . In East n - y - Middlebury Monday night a man named Eastwood went to tho home of and shot his wife his mother-in-laand her mother, killing both, lie then drove to Middlebury, went to thu residence of Frank Fcnn, bhot him through the heart, killing him Instantly; then shot at Fenn'swifo and just missed her. Eastwood then went to tho residence of his wife's brother, E. D. Hrown, evidently intending to kill him, but could not Hud him. Eastw wood escaped. 'I 2r r YWvrar Water Vnllvy. Ky. As the famous A :.vr-- " "" riw&iS&u ' r sUn tWKfV&tTf J .71 IjKTTKK TltOM rmtA. r l P y 1 H K j' DkCI'IIA. P.UMA and Uncle llllilml, of I lie old town, Fell July 20, lb!U. oiitnn. linre both aileutljr it'i'leil Into t lie Dear Friends: Under the existing weaving a hnlo of Klory, grnntlrttr, fame ami renown about l lie I r Iip.iiIh, hihI circumstances I am ver much at sen no one lias dared to dike tlieir linnort'il whether 1 should fulfil the promise ot placen, wo feel like stepping upon tl.r six mouths ago. la(t anil glrlng lo the render of the As I Have been taught by both pracmuch prlietl CoI'kirr a pin nil tmich of promlecuomly Icanel frnm tice and percept that so long as 1 ant no the vicinity once drained of It toe il oc- ntoro than a common soldier in ranks, 1 currences by theaboVQ rmmeil cnrrtpoinl have mi friends among the citizens of enti of tbe White MeUl mid Kiillonlnn the greatest nation on the globe, "Tin Democrat, but which unw Is like nu beehive, full of and rich in nen, United States of America.' I hope that and no one molests by reporting the (tunic it tins is ot no lntei-i- ! it will not lo an Henry Crass, one of the mewl promi- intruder. This really isn't my tlrt opnent citizens of Kelicianu, Ins been rel portunity to write, but t have shifted ill of cholera morbus, brought uu by eat about so much since I reported lor He lit duty, the twenty-sixtinc too plentifully of green corn of April. convalescing at present, nnd it lit to be We taunted the Transport, liuford, at sincerely hoped that he will experience n one of tho New York piers ami came rapid recovery We were two by way of Porto Hico. Mr. J. F Mctks and wife have spent ditys in San Juan ami one iu Ponce. the pan week at Cnyce, aitendinp the While in San Juan 1 the old bedside of tbe latter's in(cr, Miss Ktta cemeteries and while there saw many .Mayes, who is dangerouly ill of typhoid strange sights, one of them wits ti large fever. At UrI report she wan improving peu built where the bones of men and Mr. J. 11. Lewis and ye writer attendwomen were dug up and thrown into ed preaching at Ml. Cartuel otie night when the friends or relative ce.tied to last week. pay vault rent. TUN Fee ins (lraiiR q an Messrs Foy Jtogers have n large herd American for every one is supposed to of sbeep on their pasture, awaiting a own bis own grave, no mutter how poor favorable opportunity to dispose of them. he may be. Not o here, the dead occupy Prof. Dee Myntt opened school at Fel- their tomb as long as rent is paid It iciana on the first Monday in August, hi rains here most eiery day between the enrollment amounting to CO, and the pros- hours of two and hvo p m. pects are bright for a swelling of that About 25 per. cent of the natives are number regardless of the warm weather Spaniards, ubout lorly per cent are bright which stems to bate reaebed its xenith, mu l:i toed, and the oilier a black, Tne but slow to retrace. language ! tipanigh, rather they butcher Dr. Josiah Longthanks Morris hat re- the Spanish language like the uegroes of moved from Feliciana and (tone to Hick-wathe Uuited States butcher the KnglMi county lo practice his deception, for language it is naid Their religion irf of Catholic faith, bat For physic and farces in the small towns they have uo form of His equal there scarce U, service. The education of the highekt Hi farces are physic, and wealthiest Spanish families is limitHis physic a farce is. ed and not one fourth of tbe Cubans can In the cool of the morning's grey the read or write their on language. Both noonday's scorching beat is signaled by the Cubans and Spaniards treat us with the bright rays of the monarch of the day much respect, and 1 aui alniont certain as he peeps above tbe Eastern horixon they are afraid to treat us otherwise. The and o'er the summit of tbe majestic Ap houeeg of litis country are of more interpalacbians, flooding bill and vale with est to me than ttuytblng else A fen of his enlivening invigorating, and unsur- (hem in l'orto Hiao and Santiago are passed rays of living and ennobling light, tnree stories high nnd some of them are the veriest life of the vegetable kingdom, two stories. A few of them are built of tbe enemy of laxy man. stone or brick with a tile roof and either BlLLT FUNKMIUNS a tile or brick tloors, some are built of lumber, with a tin roof but as a rule they Story of u Slnvi1. are tbe bark and leave ot the Palmetto To bo bound lmnd and foot for years tree. The wealthiest of them have but by tho chains of disease is tho worst liltls furniture in their bouses, while the form of slavery. Geo. D. Williams, of the poorer class have a cot for a bed, a Manchester, Mich., hays : "My wife 1ms rough wooden table aud three or four been so helpless for livo years that she wooden chairs, covered with goat nkin, could not turn over in bed alone. After and such a thing as a wash board or cook using two bottler of Electric Bitters she stove is unheard of. They cook on a tbing is wonderfully improved and able to do like an iron pot with a grate in the mid her own work." This supreme remedy die and a bolo lu tbe bottom and they for female diseases quickly cures ner- burn charcoal. Tbeir wash boards are vousness, sleeplessness, headache, large wooden mallets and they beat the backache, fainting and dizzy garments until perfectly clean. spelts. It is a godsend to weak, sickly, Their food consists of hard wheat bread people. Curo guaranteed. rolls, fish fried in sweet oil, coffee strong Only COc. Sold by all druggists. enough to go on it dress parade and sometimes a little rice cooked so dry that it A CUKE FOlTToVK. will rattle on a plate like shot. A family of ten will live welt on what a man and A discovery Is announced by a wife would starve to death on in the Uni Some Piccanini (boy or ted French savant, Doctor Entile Lau- girl)States. go to tbe little bread shop in' the will reate, which, if it possess the ef- morning and get five cents worth of ficacy be claims, Is destined to bread and twenty igcents worth of rum.light made of some Their clothing play bob with wbnt tbe poets cull material aud it is no unusual tbing to see "tbe divine passion." Monsieur a man with ids coal buttoned up and barefooted. le Doctenr says be has ascertainJlegardless of age, size, sex, or color ed that hypnotism will cure love. they all smoke tbe cigars thai neeui to us tbe vilest cigars and drink the worst rum, A young man on a six dollar-n-weeWhile I must say that some of the .Senori-ta- s, salary loves n ravisliingly (young ladies) are very pretty yet 1 beautilal maiden endowed with a had rather look at the photo of the uglient in the United raging appetite for oyster suppers woman Transport load States than to see a of Seuoritas, and a taste for diamonds. lie de- whole are told of Spanish etiquette and We sires to remove the drain which courtesy. I must say their etiquette m tbe bis woozy heart causes upon his poorest I ever saw. The men seldom tip revenue. lie goes to a specialist their bats lo ladies, and when they go who makes a few necromantic calling they sit in tbe bouse with their batg tbein afraid to passes over bis boat! and across off. on as if they were ladies on pull street We never see the the his face, and lo, tbe image of the in day time aud but very Utile in tbe erst beloved one no longer fills eveniugs, but they never retire until 11 They have no front yards, bis memory and clogs bis brain, or to the street, the houses being built bat in her place has come n feel- as tbe business houses next the States are. ing of utter indifference, u sense The streets are not overofthirty feet wide, of relief, a sensation of indepetid and tbe eidewalks are about four feet in once and an emotion of contempt width. After a rain the evenings are for nil uuemancipated lovesick cool and clear, and the natives come out on their piazzas aud spend tbe evening, simpletons. co The wild fruits of this If Doctor Laurents'H remedy is coanuts, grapes, mangoes, counlry ar that and things what tbe ragger fraternity a'l look like Irish potatoes, but larger, ami ''the real mustard," bo is booked grow on bushes The products aro cotton, for a rich harvest of the nimble tobacco, banauas, lemons, orauges, rictv some dollars. He is sure to be called gugar cane, pine apples, melons, and vegeludian corn. All kinds of uarden in by millions whose daughters tables grow well hero, for the soil Is ferhave become onnmored of cheap tile and only needs cultivation There is tenors or coachmen, or whose but little valuable limber on this island, sons have nnd their tender sensi- but what there is is very valuable, being bilities inflamed by chorus girls mahogany and large red cedar. I forgot to tell you or female trupezists. Children and doors of the bouses that the windowsu are heavy wood-ewho fear that their widowed fashutters with iron bars. Such a tbing ther or mother is going to be be- as glass Is unknown hero I have seen guiled into a second marriage by but one peico andl hat was '1 lx'J'2 insome designing person will be ches, in a ticket window. Flies, ants, aud tleaa sure to invoke bis aid, and guar buzzards have seen. are the most plentiful things I dlans who have rich wards will We aro thirty .miles from Santiago and call for aid against crafty adven- twelve miles from San Louis, the uearet correspondent, reporter NeniiRie, of mi'l Vttr nfvpaprr From P. F hell), for The Courier. THE STEVE ST AM IJvor.v mid Feed .Hfiihlc' COMMISSIONER'S Parry NOTICE. ) Vnilpjr, pt, h .t vs. Judgment Alf MeDaniel.et, al , Dfls. Below Post-ollleami opiosilo H. H Depot. Keeps Surreys, Buggies, Under aud by virtue of the Fallon Horses, Ao., for hint. Every accomo- Circuit Court, rendered iu the dation giyon. Your patronage solicit- styled cause at its May term, 1MM), all parties holding claims against the tie ed. feutlaut, Alfred McD.tuiel. on Oct. Will, IStlS, are hereby notified anil required to prove same as required by law, ami (lie same uitliiuc or my deputy on or On Saturday, the 20th tlav or Aug. before the llrst day of Sept ember, I MM, I will offer for sale to the highest bill under the penalty that all such elaiuiH tier, all my Farming Implements and not so proven ami tiled with mo or in y Sttx'k. consisting of live head of Horses deputv by that llineto lie barred. and Mules, and a lot of Hogs. Sale, to V P. TAYI.OIt. be at mill near the old depot, in East Mnster Cotumksinner F. O. O Hieknian. Terms made known on (lav of sale. j. T. Boston, " By Tom Dillon, Kit.. Dep. M. V. F. O. ( Jlv Deputy can be found iu his olllee, r of .Inrkhun ami Kentucky on Kale. streets, Hickman, Kv. MfgOo, Pltll's, II 1CKMAN M A II B I ,E liinir In II I alse m' SALE NOTICE. , ' m me l' A2L1 ij.jnH BP-rVl " j,jSt ii urns r. ' . . rf'PA itijiMii ki isnn, TOM DILLON. Sr., Prop'r, Itmiijop. ilri ,1.1 . WORKS M". vVila iinci Ct flTt'n MflnnwArtTe --- fiJ 4 ef jO i aHSSil HTONH WOUK of nil KIihIm. HON KKNIMN(,&p.,&o. WIF? ;j$ f .. K. ji i''3' ' I .. Uiolxman, Ky. Horse lor r ' a--, Don Two liray Mares, 15 hands high, four years old, well broke, and will work anywltere. turtlier particulars an J M. W1TTINO, ply to Hickman, Ivy. tt A. F, OLIVER. Blacksmith and Undertaker' HICKMAN, ' Hickman, in isr. zhhehl-im- : Kentucky, and Solo Atont for Vulonn Chilled "Plows, t Wanted to Borrow. t I Ulllltil IVtlltlWl r!tftt Address "W. M. li.tM in 1U Mvurity. euro Courier tllci. 1tiiltli ICHNriK'KY. A TT 1 hi' 'I'M MlVENii: IIU'Ikiii'iMik done, or A I. ymiMunl r Wiuoti I c a c 1GU acres on tho Mis.sl.-wip- miles below Hickman. Ky. I. and Holld llltck j'4 Cnniintin Itneoi which cun be il (' in higli state of cultivation, two houses, Walnut Collit. ml it rm'on-nb- lr (one new cottage house.) splendid wa fiti'd tip ill liirt iih'kv tor, etc For further information ap price, (live in.t u nail. ply to Al Johnston As Bito. It. r. the Jail. Ctn.. Shop A farm of Farm For Sale. 2. river, Undortakor' alo krep full llnr of llnr,'lioin a prc'nlly lor in Disc Harrows, Diso Cultivn- tors, One Horse Cultivators, Ono Ilorso Marrows, c Cull ami look Goods Buckeye Binders and Mowers, Hay Rakes, Forks, a' "S Implements before liti,lii(!. 4. IIOI.lOMIIi:. . W Come I'tirwiiitl! All persons indebted to O. A. lire not Bled that they must come forward ami settle. Delays aro dangerous. Verbiim Sapienti. Hoi-comb- nr rilt.lt. I'rrot. (. I'rr.'l (. o YOU G BT L ICKMAN BAITK HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. U Jm), U. Ofllco F. REMCEY, . Attorney-at-Law- &. Build- OIMD In the TWICB A.WEKK UOUKIKIC r JOUKNAL. than in nj other pit-p- Iii.l SolioitH both in (junlitj and Capital $50,000.00 i upstnirfl. Holcombo lnff. HICKMAN, KENTUCSY. iUntiiy. puhliiihfl rMiim:it inori is fio.ouo. your uiininenH. We offer the iiiohI I. literal Atteoininotlntinn. to our OiiHtomerH UoiiHlKtetit wlih IvnIkIiUhIkmI iiiinkliii: I'rinulileH. i'iiii.r. 104 Papers One Year Will practice in all Uourtsof tho State U.T.TVLKU. 0. A. IIOMJOMHK. .?. N'AYI.OH, W. M. IIALTZKR J. W. UOWfillili. W. I.. McOUTOUHN. M. It. SHAW. DIRECT OIRS tr tiii: DR. S. K. DAVrDSON For 50 Cenls. The TWICE.A-WKKK ('OUKIItll-JIIUI- t niOKMAX, Oflloe KENTUCKY & Oowglll'i superior of l other papers. Il prints ...na rmmt n t. tn. ...II inalta. .Vn. ..nc. M.VI .na.l lll(iri more good Mtorlci., tlmn nr otbrr. N A foei tiled WednriUj nnd SMiinUy anniptp (Mipiet iree fimmiiiion to a(en n nppMcntloD Write lo the IIJU, m NAb In tbe npitl of many r dIHc, mid UK KM A ft WAGON CO., AMriArt hi: its , ki.i.iikatkii run-dow- n over Oow;iH COURIER-JOURNA- L CO, Drtiu Storo. LOUISVJM.K, KY. Lredferd & Rogers WANT TO SKLL YOU fr r The Th" Tin-- GROCERIES, Fresh Meats, jtsHPSnMisKa. I k BEST OFFER Ever Made by a Newspaper! lAlUil'. einl.wmkly i Hardware, Queensware w..rI, Miiiimnc - I'(r-- S rljht KVKI-- 'ZMmJ TYOUW Hay, Oats, llran, himo, and Cement. .M"ii'i NVKKK KOK ONLY hem DOOR. SQPRIQES WILL PLEASE YQir. "MajQstie" Oookiag Baages, The Best in the World ! You 4'uiuint .Tilth yur iMfji.ni A f IMt7 tlir npw.pprr 'lire' Mtfittiir liomr juiiriirtl of hi!, I it" nf liin l,i., IS l.rg piijf rxrtj i pui-.ti- t tiit nl n mr hlr eU ir ltrilnri i'mI Iki rr lint; prlti'nl. pieinrr' tn Lriniii thi'rri tiwttipim ininv otbrr pnl l'rntt"ii Mnr ii iilr uti.l nriii niilrllmii to I'h.. I'rpulitle Mumim- tlin in iiiihllntilie I hI! Hif now. In ii ohi-- pa' ,tnir (Hie $1.50. nrpprr trrl, - umi The Ilrpnli lie 1 prininl in lir Shii'Ujt I ,l I 1 HJ iiltirr TSi- - M Aililn-- . '!tVrn JHllilia'ioil j,itne onh-ii rr Shi nil in illx'l lo 'p ini"lj 'tli In .rill Hilly In onniiHClliiii wit r-- lithe rni-rr- k I) It-t- in i: iti:i;i;i;ri. -i sj. i.ouis, .iio. h .TliHtiiKi' la Buying One of these Raages I One of it h Strongest l'olntfl Ib it h lrjMI'f.LA t0t& hi ,f mtiiM'r'J . -;'- --. "i,vr , VAU ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL! Hukea RlHcuitH in 1 MitittteH Light Hreml iu U) MiuuteH. Ruylng a '.Mnjeatic" ineiuiH n 1lfetlinn of Kconoinicul (Jookiu'l Call ami Ivy amine TIh-iii- . You'll Itn.v no Hlir. I Iv U7 ItV v W h turers or adventuresses. Columbus Critic : At Moscow, Saturday night, a drunken negro, named Tom Brown, stopped m front of Mr. Ellia' residence- and used very black and greasy oatlis. Ellis ordered him to move on, but tho negro was sullen and refused to oboy. Ellis went after him with an old sword, and wnen within a few feet of the negro, a ball from tho colored man's pistol whistled clo-i- to Ellis' ear. This did not cauhO Ellis to lose courage, but seemed to enrage him, and ho advanced on tho negro and butchered mm in great shape, lho no gro moved on. o Helped Win Iiattles. oillcers and men wrote from tho front to say that for Scratches. Bruises, Cuts, "Wounds, Sore Feet and 11 Twenty-nine Stiff Joints, Bucklen's Arnica Salve is tho beHt iu tho world. Santo for Burns, Skin Eruptions anil Piles. S5o a lox. Curo guaranteed. Sold by all druggists. tered about on detached service, just one company hero, four iu S.tntiaeo, uirl the remainder scattered alwit iu different Olio, hundred mid ninety-seveplaces of our men in Santiago have yellow fever. I have asked permission to go there and work In tbe hospital, but don't know whether thoy will approve of It or not. 1 must tell you of our Fourth of July celebration. At 1 o'clock a. in we gathered around the old tlesertcd Catholic church and borrowed two anvils from a blacksmith shop. I lure were four bells in the church tower, and four men with hammers climbed up the tower, ami when we had fixed the anvils they rang tbe bolls. Most of the town turned out. We sang some of tbo National airs, and tbe natives sang Hail Columbia in their own language, having learned il from some source. 1 will now close, wishing you nnd the family much happiness and success iu Respectfully yours, life. 1). F. KJ'LI.I'Y. n railroad station. The regiment is scat- Mr. Jorgenhausser Used to Worry, Hucutie Ins uilvertiesomcutH heem to in tho loenl ptiperH ilitln't attraet attuntion didn't draw a crowd to his htore and help him to bell goods. YMZi --- $mr '? cotton -- NOW HE DON'T WORRY Why? Heesiuse ho hiiH found that ho can yet fifty first-rat- e ails, cliiH'k full of BtiggeHtious, tho host that are appearing in his lino in nuWripapess tho country ovor for a dollar and that with thoir help it is mere play to arrange ads which fill tho bill to u "T," You can do tho Haino. All lines. Send u dollar to When von L'o to Arkansas or Texas vnn can tmvi-- l tn mminpi ir on know how. Ask the ticket accnt for a ticket via the IHiLT ROUTK and von can ride In a rcclinine chair cnr. without. v. cost, and thus avoid the discomforts you would encounter in an ordinary car. The chairs arc arranccu so you can have a comfortable seat during the day and a cood place to sleep at iiIrIu. Each car is supplied with a ladies' urcssiiiR room and a gentlemen's smoker. You will not have to bother about chanf-lnf- ; cars, for these cars run through from Memphis and Cairo to Texas without change. Direct connections are made at Cotton Belt junctions with trains for all parts of Texas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma and the far West. It on ore tliltiktni;o( tnklni; n trip, write mid tell ua where you nre koIuk nnd when you will leave, nnd we will tell you how much your ticket will coit, what train to take no n to mike the tict lime niul coiiticctlmin, and anything elc we enn thai will help make your trip u comlortulile one. An Intercntlni: little booklet. "A TKll TO TUXA8." will lie malle.l tree lo any nriitrcM. That Throbbing Headache for Sale. Would (iidekly leao you, if you used Tho farm near Hickman, known as Dr. King's Now Life Pills. Thousands AD tho U. V. Powell place, near Dyorsburg of sufferers lmvo proved their mutch' roatt, in offered for sale. 100 acres 51 less murit for Sick and Nervous They make pure blood and build cleared, very gootl house, orchard, &o. up your health. Only 25o. Money kick further information, apply to rpr 8 Dovou&hirc St., Koow 24; If not cured, gold by ulj druggists, Gep, Wabue.v, Farm Head-ache- s. SUPPLY BUREAU, BOSTON, MASS. It. ADAHI, Trtvtliiiif PaMeniter Aijenl, CAIRO, XUL, (43) Ii. W. LsBUAUAlE, Cen'l l'mi'r nod Tkt, Agent, 8T. LOUIS, 110. . .y hsgipfflha Ciyfa g !;- - m wi .i. lij2tiL. M' si