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VOL. XXXIV, NO. 40. Tom Reed as the Democratic t r amwmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmwmwwg I Remnants i and 3. I H Odds and Ends --- 3 3 Be Sold ! 3p Itntss-- - .iWl . , I ocrats, and yet conditions and issues were so precipitated tbal the bulk and body of the Democrats in the Uuited State did vote for him for President. Tbe sentisaeut e of Democrats has been no less strong agaiust Speaker Reed, bnt E since McKlnley's nomination In lMrs 1890 Reed has been a lacerating thorn to the Repablicon adninie-trntlon- . E He is openly in revolt McKlnley's foreign policy against expansion aud imperialism, and : c though a sold man, is opposed to tbe single gold standard idea. In these position's be is supported by such old Republican leaders as 4" Luce r Hoar, Sherman, Edmunds, Boat well, Schurz, and a great many Thiit wire fcl.fiO roduced to 1.15 others of prominence, and it is it 2 ur B Admiral Dowey has cabled that ho now freely discussed in tie papers .i.r.o 'J.ro arrive in lower rnew vorK nay Great- that an Independent Republican " . r.oo S.00 Jhout full Friday, Sept. 2l. party will be organized for 1900, Ml Unitel States troops in Onba 4 rto bu brought hpme, batullion at a and a tioket beaded by Reed nomv. for a short period ot root. cost. inated, and that at least one wing, rMrs. S. D Lntcu and children left of tbe uemocrats will eadorse tbe now 18o lmday for Flonjuco, Ala., where Thill Hold ill 1.00, JlOB AT FULTON UiiV'will bo nlisnlit n wcitk nr more. nomination. Saob a thing looks l!6o ut 60 tt ml 76c,, . bardly possible, bat such things T r t .. l'....i UL UU' C31I1UIIIUI1IIUU, f ;i!. .UUJiUT atN89c 0 Ark., returned homo last week after have happened, and may aappea o iUit with hLs sister, Mrs. Chas. Perry. Fulton, Ky., Aag. 20. Squab again. Politics make saea etraege 1 ? " 81.75 utile, Luclle nud Victoria Boudu-ra- Bolln, cojared, was hanged lait bed fellow, and people are swept returned Saturday from a few Thill sold tin lo '2.00, now $1.00 , visit with relatives nt Union night liy'Atnob. The crime for on a4,on by forees beyead eon-triwhicl.;3Hjgtld the peiallMrith and seldom realised antit the IMiML il.z n,SsSen Sinner. nf.uShrGvenort. ..ihdlr aaexDe'etad has.hanneBsd.. ygy, m I'lWcwsJn j HTsaAi a .. I11 .J ftaMiit'l I rwo ntJHior . mnr: r. r MWMl QUI BB""" BnTreiaim-- in ami uea! JTtninrtiefTirTforHwriir " WW in.ii this seotio'n' has been infested with HOW BANKER FIUUKEM IT OUT. wr Af in Knife SfvT.'i Hickinau. It "t'ttt a ciuil' of thieves, who have been Tlml mild up 10 42.00 fill " - Wo note with interest that the Hon. Mr. Wharton Barker, the PopuI o.(K) 9.75 John Griflln Carlisle has leeu apoint-- tiuriiltirlzine houses aud holdinged its one of the New York delegates to un people on tho lonely and se- list candidate for tbe chair now u 7.50 Roys tho auti truat'eouferenco. eluded 'highways. Three weeks held by William MoEinley, baa Lawns, gP ago Holin and another negro u u ' Mrs. Mollie Merriweather, late of been induced bj an enterprising 0.75 10.50 Louisville, now matron of a school near named Henry Stewart held up newspaper man to give bis views Boston, Mass , is visiting her father, Section Foreinun Slioat. relievins That Milil al LTh:. now 7i". Dr H. II Wilfou, near Hickman. him of $85. On this same night on tbe situation. He reaponded ,')'.. Illi! I.tiwtir at they robbed Gail Hamilton, of $13 to tbe wiles of the newspaper man t Miss Kate Ligou, of Hilton, and Bo-liM&s Mary Beckham, of Union City, af- and then flhot and killed bim. with a candor and frankness that That Mild up eo $.1.00, the time, bnt Stew- commands admiration. Mr. Bareseaped ter spending several days with Mrs J. J C. Bonduraut, have returned home. art wns captured aud hanged by a ker makes a wild throw at tbe lit 8 1 .98 mob the night after the murder. start when he says that in bis Mis Ruth SViirren Holcomlie Dress Goods, ISto., a number of her young friends Boliu wiih unptured yesterday at opinion, Bryan will not be tbe and school mates at her home Monday Milan, Tenn., and brought here Democratic nominee in 1900, but Any tl 00 Hut nt fiO Rents. evening. The evening was delightfully lust night by oflicers. Before they Any fiOtt lint at 'Jii isoiile. At Mill lower prices. that Gorman or some other gold enjoyed bv all. could place their prisoner in the man will be named. His iijea of Mr and Mrs. Will Garrigau, of near lockup they were surrounded by is that McKinley will be renom Uniou City, arrived in Hick man Tues- the mob, who took Bolin to a se- it Then day, having been summoned here 011 cluded spot back of the Fulton inated by the Republicans. mount of the illness of their brother, Lumber Company's plnnt and there will be a triangular fight beJohn Uingwood, jr, this Sain, Terms tween McKinley, Gormau and Barhanged him to a tree. Tbe negro Tho trial trip of the completed bat confessed bis guilt. A jury re- ker, lie declined a point blank tlonliip Kentucky will be made bo-- I answer to tbe question as to who tween Sept 20 and October 1st, and turned a verdict that tbe negro will be elected, but gave his calL. P. & W. S. ELLISON. prominent Kentuekiaus will be invited mine to bis death by unknown culation instead. He assumed to witness tho trip. hands. that fifteen million votes would The ladies of tho Methodist Church be cast next year. These be shufCASE OF TKUST INJURY. will give au lee Cream Supper in Mrs fled about by millions like pawns Alice Ainberg'synrd.TiHxday eve, Aug varion chess-boarand !l. Vocal aud InMrumeiitul music for Wholesalers have put up tbe ousa combination and after the entertainment. Everybody pivited. oounter j price of meat and retailero have movements, reached this concluGov. Bradley has refused to remit been in self defense compelled to sion: The Populist vote will be the Hut's against tho Frankfort coal dealers, lined $.(K) in the FranUliu cir- follow suit. The wholesalers give four million, five hundred thouscuit court, under tho statue on indict- us au excuse that tbe bip beef and; the Republican, five million, ment, for conspiring to lis eo.il rates. and tbe Democratic vote, five The dealers confessed judgment and ao packers in Chicago have advancmillion, five hundred thousand. ceptfd the lowest Hue. ed prices on them. These big This would elect tbe Democratic Splendid Seleetiiin of packers in tnrn are still advano-tu- nominee but for tbe element of Wljmr:iW--their quotations and not only doubt which Mr. Barker admits i: decline that there is uo proBDeot attaches to his calculation. He NEW BOOKS, of a full in prices, bat say that a has not included tbe labor vote, still further udvanoe may be ex- and he intimated that be expeoted pected all along the line. to be elected by tbat vote. BarWIXjL STATIONERY, Sale. The supply of cattle, shoep and ker is working with as muob zeal hogs on the runoheB, meanwhile, he believed vicIt is said that the Illinois Central is la reported larger than ever and and energy as ifHe is consulting NOTIONS, &c tory possible. from prospecting as to building a feeder Dyersbnig, Teun , to tho Mississippi there is no mention whatever of tbe Populist leaders and organriver in Lake County. Tiptouvillo may higher prices to bo paid by tbe izing his forces in several States, g Every-thinCall utul suu our Stock. not bo tho terminus, because it is said combine to the live stock owners. particularly just now in Mississthat a formidable bar there cuts the The whole thing has clearly tbe ippi, Alabama aud Georgia. He up to (lute. town off from tho river. to close out till goods in this line. t ks of a commercial hold- claims to have five thousand actl COST, bocatiM lie desires Mr. T,. L. Eversol left Saturday up on the part of the beef pack- ive workers Mahy JU:kkndi it Co. in Alabama, and night to visit towns on tho river being combine which controls the hopes, through their assistance, tween Hiukmau and Memphis iu tho to carry the State. interest of tho Hickman Hour mills. meat supply of the country. A Chicago paper advises, as a Hickman Hour is having a favorable run iu some of these towns, aud quite a menus to meet this extortion of Half Rates to Texas. largo trade has been built up. tho beef combine that oonsumera Every day from uow nutil August Tho Courier has received iuquiries eschew meat aud turn vegetarians. (SuccesKor to Wm. Dientvlbrink,) the past several weeks for vacant dwell- This might not be so hard on per- 26th, tho Cotton Belt Route will sell round trip tickots from Memphis aud IN- IIKALKH ing nouses, and tho answer comes back pursuits, for Cairo to Dallas, Ft. Worth, Sherman, that there are none iu Hickman. It sons of sedentary more animal Greenville, Tyler, Corsicaua aud Waco, would seoin that in these days of abun- the.. perhaps, eat dant money that capital would tiud fond thun elthor their health or at one faro for the round trip. These profitable investment iu building more strength requires, but It is no tickets will bear a return limit of 90 This is your opportunity dwelling houses. nil klnda; easy or even possible task 'orthe days. to Texas, at small expenso.to make Special nllontiou given to the Helling of Koiil Kslnto of a trip man who earns a living by manual Write aud tell us wheu you will mill reproset.lH n full lino of tho best and most reliable Hro For Sale. labor and to whom meat is indis- reach Memphis., where you are going, KENTUCKY. CompnnleH tlolng ItUHincHH in Hut Slate, and that "Old Kollublo" HICKMAN, already pensable. The class who need aud we will meet you aud see that you MUTUAI HKNKKIT LIKB IN8URAN0H tUO., that has vlcini-tv- . I will sell client) for cash within the meat most aud ho aro the least are properly cared for. Life Innurnuoo in Hickman and paid mil largely over 10(1,000 FRED H. JONES, next tun days 0110 set ot Encyclopaedia PKKE DKLIVIiJUY. any regular Lie Dlstr. Pass. Ag't., Dictionary, twelve volumes, bound iu able to pay exorbitant prices for and is iHsulug tho oheaposl and best policy of this Store Cor, Mum aud Madison Sta, Insurance Company doing business In this country, Ho solicits Telopbouo No. 10. No. 04; Kch- half Russia. A utnudard work 011 all it are the ones on whomrails, trust Momphli, TeuUi Idouco, W W. HOK.NEH, cjuertfous, extortion most heavily your pulrotpigo, Call and sou liim. Must To Close Them Out Entirely, We Are jVoc 1 Cutting Lower than Ever! following Prices Curtains, Clothing Department. Mens Pants. Abandons Three Children. .dp "Tlio Hig Contest." Wlfat now appears to bo a most hoart-les- s Miss Buulah Shubi. of Metronolis. aud inhuman desertion of helpIll . is tlio guest of Mrs. W. S. Header- - less children, occuned In Hickman won. Wednesday. On that day a man whose Messrs. Loury Stone ami Ilciiry unnio is said to be J. .Frank Sbj aplolm are spending aKveek at Niagara, peared at the railroad depot with three , I llttlo children, a boy and two girls, Mrs, Mollie '"anipbell ami Miss Oni with scarcely any monoy, claiming Jartcr, of Uuyce, were iu town thin that arrangements had been made with fCCK. tho U. S. orphau Asylum at Nashville, I)r. !nwl XftM Tfnr!ifft T.ntnti nt t'ultou, Hpeut Suuduy and Monday in provided ho could securo R. R. tickets 10 city. to carry them to tho depot at Nashville .irs. unas. ooi, 01 niton, is visn-bi- g Sisk showed a letter from a man by the lier mother, Mn. E. Caso, iu West mono of Mathews, written from Jack-soiticKtnnn. Teun., giving directions, for the T Leon D. Smith dnfliit this week in releasemeut of tho children and their consignment to the U. S. Orphan Asy5. Mr. Louis Well, a worthy citizen. lum. He also telegraphed to said AsySi daujerously ill at his home in West lum but received no answer, though Uckmitu. tho message was received. S His condition aud story appealed to Mr nud Mrs. McbulloiiKh. ot HHhvillo, 8i)eut tho week with tlio famthe sympathies of Mr. Travis, the agent, ily of J. 0. Oheek. and he kindly assisted him to procure The three (fhlldren were placM B. Shaw and son Leu, nnd tickets. Nashits, Alice AmberK and sous aro vlsit-U- ed upon the train and carried to mode ville, but no arraugementa being at Gibhon Wells. v there for their care, the railroad au! - Heury Buehauau thorities returned them to Hickman upleaves iigiit ror tJnirulo, K. Y , and will im au-- on the return train. When tho telegram nlK)ut two weeks. wan received as to their return, vigilant the at onco instituted - Miss Mollie Judk'o was called to Pa- - search wasreputed father, but for this at father, or pcah, one day this week to attend the writing uo trace of him has been obfuneral of her uephiew. tained. It is learned rom the llttlo boy, 8 or Hi Mrs. W. E. Scutes returned home at UnloiiGity after visititiK her parents 10 years old, and tho oldest of the children, that they came from Luxora, Ark., fir. and Mrs. Jessie Tains. and that the mother has been dead it Miss Dora Smith returned homo about 7 months. MrSt Friilar uftor ni'ii(Hnir n:irt nf her (Ijyitiou at Moutealo, Tenu. i Nominee 'Savoyard,' tbe able and always interesting correspondent of the Courier Journal, indulges tbe prediction as a probability that er M. -- u, Thos. B. Reed, of Maine, may be a Democratic nominee for President in 1000. 8aoh a contingency Is no more unlikely than was tbe uoniluatloB or endorsement of Homce Greeley. Greeley, of all the Republican leaders, whs the one most bated by Dera-- . i M K ut Supply your wants 11 Waists, at Hickman's est Store. Everything going at 1,1 HI Slipper Pants SI. 2.30 at ... y fA w Sailors, Will 1 .. SBMI ! 1 iffl)rrniii(qrnfanrrT n tM Mini It SBBBBBBBBBnaBBBamBBBriaWlTTmgiIlTTlSnrr SUITS, .jijtMmfcMMMi. unF: : ww u s i " 1 4.08 Cliilds Suits, n Remnants 11 1 of Straw Uats, I ' of CASH! ) I E 3 I V ' -- At Cost ! mr Cash Book Etore. t ' BONDITRANT SETjIj Buy your Carpets and Mattings at H. Buchanan's Closing g Buggies dies, Bridles, Etc., IR, T- - ear-ma- AND INSURANCE AUENT. iiHur-iiiic- REAL TYLER, i. I. Bavtibtt, ESTATE -u Fancy Groceries and Provisions, 1 IV - Tlie Hickman Courier OKOW1E 00M PAUL REFUSES. lie Will Knglitnil for FRESH TROUBLES ARISE. I a. I LABOR I IN COURT. YTm BACILLUS ICTEROIDES. IbeComiulutnn Appointed by the 1'rasl- ilant to Inieillcate I'auae of Vel- low aver lteporti. 1 i . WAlillEN, I'ubllslicr. i Court or Inquiry I'rupofm New Terms. 'ot inbuilt to the Demand Ho n Itlot Hatween unit Union .Minor! la i:vmnvlllr, Iml. More Dltor. r .Mhv follow. Non-Hiltod-- I'spt. Dreyfus' Wounded Attorney Drawn In a Carriage) lo tit Kail Karly Tuesday Monitor. Mennks, Aug. al " For the Sake of Fun vsi .tttiir Mischief is Done." The second day of Evansvillk, Ind., Aug. 22. A riot London, Aug. 22. There Is no longer and union miners the third week of the second trial by any doubt that President Kruger has between of Cnpt Alfred Dreyfus CURRENT TOPICS. refused to submit to tho demands of took place In the west part of the city Mr. Chamberlain for the appointment late Monday afternoon. Harry Phelps, on the charge of treason begau nt 0:30 Therr arc 40.000 locomoti res in us miner, was coming o'clock Tuesday morning. Ho may have a colored of a court of Inquiry. on American railroads. Mnltro Labori was present Ho dono so diplomatically or hedgingly. from work at tlu Ingle mine; ho wai EVKltv year Chicago uses up about drove to the court In n carriage, and attached by a crowd of boys and Hut that his answer is regarded by the 41,000,000 pounds of soap. The of the union. Ho was follow, entered tho hall at 0:30 o'clock. In Spltzbcrjjcn tho longest day is llritish government as tantamount to months. three and positive refusal is now an established ed for several squares by the crowd audienco greeted him by htanding up livEitv blast furnace in Pittsburgh is fact-- Tho colonial otlicc is normally when he fired ut them, but tio ono was and by a general clapping of hands. Maltro Labori walked quite briskly, producing to its full capacity. non committal, but there are other hurt. Seventy-twper cent, of the Span- evidences which amply justify the Phelps wan arrested and taken to but holding his left arm close to his ish people can not read or write. No. 7 hose house until tho police4 could side in order not to disturb his wound, A BTltlKINO feature of Havana Ib the statement Whcu the patrol wagon lie met Gen. Mcrcler and Gen. Billot be notified. The report that President Kruger absence of women in tho streets. litis proposed new terms is somewhat .inlved with 20 oillcers a mob of fully In the middle of the courtroom, stoji-peThe Newport News Shipbuilding verified chatted and smiled. Labori lookby the guarded comment of 500 people surrounded the wagou and and DrydockCo. employes 0,000 men. Ho was given a cushionoffice officials and the ir- attempted to take the Negro from ed very well. the colonial (3 heat ItitiTAi.s buys wore than ritability displayed there. There it them and lynch him. llcttcr judgment ed arm chair. Madame Labor), lookhorses m the United States ever permit- ing well, was also In court Labori not the slightest doubt that they now prevailed anil the officers year. Liquid fuel is fast taking the place believe war Is the only way to settle ted to take their man to police head- was warmly congratulated by friends. of coal ou the vessels plying in the Jar the controversy. They would far rather quarters. Incitement was intense Cnpt Dreyfus, on entering, smilingly cast. have had a curt, defiant answer than Monday night and tho union miners shook hands with Labori. Col. Jouaust nddresscd a few words , Liquid fuel is fast taking the place the temporizing nuswer which the said they would meet the of coal on the vessels plying in the Hocr president has sent. With the men as they went to work In tho morn- of congratulation to Labori and exfar east. ' pressed the profound Indignation of would have plain former Is the vicinity of Norfolk, Va., about groundsGreata Itrltain commencement of ing and cause trouble, the tribunal at the attempt to assassifor quick 1,500 acres are devoted to the culture WEST INDIAN HURRICANE. nate tho counsel. Labori was much hostilities. Under the circumstances, of radishes. Last year there were brought into which it is believed now exist, aggres- A I.arc Number of Ltva LoU ilt Much moved and thanked Col. Jouaust In nn eloquent speech. London and other Euglish ports sive action needs considerable explaI'roperly Uamacvtl on tha Cont Uennes, Aug. 22. Gen. Mcrcler, who hundred weight of frozen meat. nation to justify it In the eyes of the of North Carolina. was minister of war when Capt. DreyMiss Ella C, Wittkk. of Denver, it world and the English majority who the only woman authorised to practiee still declare that war would be an .Mekiikk.v, N. C, Aug. 22. Reports fus was condemned and who In tho before the United States land office. from the coast of North Carolina, present trial is tho virtual prosecutor, A Caiithaob'(Mo.) undertaker exhibHowever, if Mr. Chamberlain has where tho West Indian hurricane was called upon Sunday by tho ited the body of a murderer by way ol his way, it Is believed President touched last week, were coming iu correspondent of the Associated Press, advertising his skill as an cmbalmcr. counter proposals will meet with Monday aud show that there were a who invited htm to make a statement Tukiik are 1,000 vessels which Cross scant attention, and unless the ltocrs large number of lives lost aud much of the position of the Atlantic Ocean regularly every Although unable to receive the corcompletely back down, which is not damage done to property. Fourteen month, some of them twlre a month. Saykks, of Texas, is ono of the likely, the crisis will quickly develop fishermen. In trying to cross Pamlico respondent m person Gen. Mcrcler sent Gov. his oldest son to convey the following champion golf players of that state into war. It has developed that the sound In skiffs, were lost. Four s expression of his views: and is devoted to all outdoor athletics. war office has been awaro of the nahave been recovered on the banks "Gen. Mcrcler considers it useless to A cioAitKTTK smoker sends into tht ture of the Transvaal government's v.nd searching parties arc at work for attempt to convert foreign opinion air about 4,000,000 particles of dust at answer for several days, and that it others. every pull, according to Dr. Atkins in was communicated to the war office, The schooners Goodwyu and Aurora regarding the Dreyfus question, in restitutions. which, moreover, foreigners have no hence it is probable that Great Uritain were wrecked. Tho It is gravely reported that Kipling will delay the denouncement as little ashore. Tho ltcswick aud It.all Hill U right to intervene. Foreign people bands has received seven madstoncs and nearhave been misled by their press, which aro reported lost. These losses all ocly 4,000 recipes for the bite of that in- as possible. is violently Dreyfusard, for the very A high colonial officer expressed to curred in Pamlico sound. considerate dog. It is beno persous lost good reason that a majority of tho While Canada's tax on Chinese imm- the representative of the Associated lieved that as many foreign newspapers have been bribed igrants is to be increased, Japanese arc Press his disgust at what he termed their live in the storm. by the Jewish syndicate. Gen Mcrcler to be permitted to cou-- j in f res only for "Krugcr's cupidity and hypocrisy." considers anything he might say eximperial reasons. He said: "The kind of game which Mrs. William R. Day, wife of the Kruger is playing must be clear to plaining his position, which Is that of former secretary of state, is an excel- Americans. The protestations of the Twenty Men l.oat Thalr Lit In Ilia lorn a majority of the French people, would Thirty Hoaaaa and Two Church lent musician uud has composed some Ilocrs that they wish to live a quiet, be useless. The best reply to Dreyfusmusic of a high order. liattruyed Vea.ela tVrovli.il ard statements abroad will be the conagricultural life, may be the tune of A larok number of ministers from some on the veldt but the gang in PreWashington, Aug. 22. The West demnation of Dreyfus. ether churches'arc applying to be "This condemnation is only a matter toria is simply after money. Though India hurricane which came up the' into the ministry of the PresbyPresident Kruger says many harsh coast last Friday played havoc on of ten days or a fortnight, for conterian church in Canada. Islnnd. Manv small etaft bel demned Dreyfus certainly will be. An eminent physician says that nc things of the Outlandcrs, he never person should be permitted to drink hesitated to make money out of them, longing to fishermen were wrecked! Foreigners will then sec that their jourtea or coffeo until he or she has at- cither by fair or foul means. and 20 men ns far as known lost theit nals have deceived them, for they will tained tho ago of 18 years. "This Transvaal question can not lives. All the horses uud cattle on thi recognize that the mass of the French . Sootlaxd has 140 parishes without be judged by recent occurrences. You Island were drowned. Thirty .housei. nation, who will receive tho news of paupers, poor rates or public houses, go back 50 years. It has been and two churches were destroyed. The jt,,e conviction of Dreyfus as.. Joyful mlcrtorgaulsms. It is uharaclcrlted by absence of the last, perhaps account must and a specitletty wtitch U distinctive. hanging tire all that time, and the Norfolk .fc Southern railroad. plerf tiding, is composed of cftlc'..-.'in? for that of the first two. that the majority of the French ap- - Highlit. That the bacillus tcleroldet were washed awav and several.1 steani Scotland has 140 parishes without sooner It is settled now the better." Mn'1thocpndemnatlon. It will be is very susceptible to the lutlucucr InThough the official did not actually ers and schooners were grounded. paupers, poor rates or public houses, wy?f liecauseill-la'Jil.nnil morllod." jurious to bacterial life; and that lit he believed was the most dcstrtcttVb"storm tho. absencs of the lasU perhaps, no. uy u, it wu clear counting for that of the first two. war was the only method' bf settle- lection has known. The island wai rcaily control by the proccatc ol dis. HE LcFT NO WILL. A wiilTEIt in the German scientific ment infection, chemical and mvehauical, it It is learned that the govern- under water three days. periodical Prometheus declares thai ment is somewhat annoyed at tho publira. Kt. A. Inccr.oll filed a llnml at Ad. assured. overindulgence in tobacco will prove lic's slight GEORGE CLAYTON'S WILL Ninth, That the bacillus Icteroidei interest in the Transvaal. rnlnlttfatrll of the Kttate of (he the ruin of South American peoples. official above quoted said to a The produces In vlirO as w.ll as Im vata, a Late Colonel tncer.oll. At Rouiiaix, one of the socialist It I'rovulot for the K.titblltlieieiit of "Dreyfus toxin of the most marked potency, ami strongholds of France, the 11,000 pub- newspaper representative: Unlveidty In Denver, Modrll-- d tfltir New York, Aug. 32. Mrs. Eva A. that, from our present knowledge, lic schoo'. children received free food seems the only thing that our people (ilrard College, I'lilMdelplil t lngersoli, witlow of Col. Robert Iugor-soi- l, there exists a reasonable possibility and clothing at the expense of the think about, though England is in a most serious crises. has filed a bond as administratrix for the ultimate production of an anil will ol town. This indifference Denver, Col . Aug. England, France and Germany have is perhaps typical." serum more Hjteul than that of Prof. the late Goorgo Clayton was filed for of the estate of her husband. A special dispatch from Cape Town probate Monday. regular traveling salesmen wio visit Mrs. lngersoli swears, that she has Sanarclll. It provides that alMexican trade, centers every three ays there is great danger of an out- most the entire estate shall oc devoted made diligent search for the will of months and they get the cream of tho break of violence on the frontier and to the establish inent of a new univer- her husband, but that to the best of PATROLLING THE COAST. business. mat in: scum oi soutn Atriua arc en- sity in Denver, to partake of the char- her knowledge and belief that ho died Whale's teeth form the coinage ol The Santo Itotoliico (Soveruineiit Appra the Fiji Islands. They are painted listing throughout the colony and are acteristics of Girard college. Philadel- Intestate. heoalva of tlm Arrival ot JlnOlie, being sent to Pitsani and Jameson on phia. The trustees arc to be public ofThe vuluo of his personal property white and red, tho red teeth being the Lead, r of the lletolutlou. ficials including the chief justice of the Is estimated by her to bu about S10.000. worth about twenty times as much at the border. KlNtirTON, Jamaica.' Aug. 19. Adsupreme court. The will was made Id At the time of his death ho held no tne white. THE PORTO RICO STORM. The heirs to the estato vices from Santo Domingo say the govlb'J2, since which time Clayton's estate real property. Mokmonism is gaining ground in England to such an extent that the advisa- The Undid, of U,5dO Victim Hurled, In value greatly, bu are Mrs. lngersoli, the widow, .Mrs. ernment there is growing desperately 1,000 has shrunken bility of introducing a prohibitive more than 31,000.000 will yet be availa- Eva It. I. Hrown, wife of Walstou II. apprehensive of the arrival of .limine, I'er'oiM Were Injured' ami 2,UOO measure in Parliament is being seriousltrowu, and Miss Maude lngersoli. ble for the university. leader of the revolution, who is mol'enple Arc Mill .Slitting. ly considered. mentarily expected. His arrival, it New l'onii of .Money Order. In Switzerland a milkmaid gets betNINE SOLDIERS DROWNED. Ponce, P. lL, Aug. 22. It Is now WahhinotoN, Aug. 22. The post of- was added, will completely turn jnjpu-lator wages if gifted with a good voice, opinion, which has been partly unbecause it hns been discovered that a estimated that the bodies of 2,500 vic- An Accident Willi Cronlric t lie Morliiiln fice department has adopted n Consequently the chief obmore milk it tims of the recent hurricane have been tow will yield itlri-len. Wheeler ami DnilEliter of domestic money order, which decided. burled, that 1,000 persons were injured ject of the government Is to Intercept toothed during milking by melody. In .Manila Arrive will be Introduced gradually after SepThe lily of the valley is denounced during the storm, and that 2,000 people tember 4. It is the size of hu ordinary Jimlncz, aud a number of armed ves 22. While a Manila, Aug. by the German papers as under its sim- nrc still missing. There are oppor sols are patrolling the coast wall bank draft and has two new features party of the 24th Infantry, ple beauty veiling a deadly poison. It tunities here now for investors. There orders to search every strange vessel is stated that both the stalks and flow- is the greatest lack of money for re- under Capt Crane, was crossing the tho use ol carbon manifolding paper and capture Jimlncz under any Hag, ers of this lovely plant contain prusslc pairing damages, replanting and re Moriquina river tin a raft Monday the for reproducing the ordur Instead of armed or not. ucid. The current, von writing it tw ice, as at present, and hawser broke. Santiago hi: Cuha, Aug. 10, The plenishing stocks. also n receipt. It is expected the feo Tacoma has fully twenty-twand n The alcades appointed committees swift at that point caused the raft to charged for orders will be materially Dominican agents are rapidly recruithalf miles of bicycle paths within it: for the distribution of relief stores, capsize, drowning nine enlisted men. ing expeditions iu this part of the 1. e ty limits, and these connect with The United States transport Tartar, reduced about January Island, particularly on the north coast. etc.. but the military authorities ob fourteen miles more which the county V Nut Extend Her I'ox.mik.mit. from San Francisco. July 24, with Gen. Orders were received from llnv.in.--i has provided. This gives the cyclist jected to it. Friday lo hold the men recently cap. 1ii:iiLiN, Aug. 22. Huron Von Ponce is hoalthy, though bodies con- Joseph Wheeler and ins daughter: utmost 40 miles of good paths. the Into German lulmster at, lured at Ilaraeoa ponding an investiA steel harness trace is ono of the tinue to be found in the fields. The troops of the 19th infantry and more Pckin, who has nrrived here on lenvo gation. latest productions of Sheffield. Afarfr-ro- authorities have decided to burn the than S1.3UO.000 In coin, has arrived. All trading schooners arc closely strip of steel about an inch wide ruins of Yabuco. of absence for a year, has declared in VIOLENT WIND STORM. is encased in leather and used in the an interview that Ilussia does not in- watched. Thurbday the tug Adonis To Hold Nut cum I Convention. ordinary way; the steel is of the best was armed and sent to Guanatanamr Chicago. Aug. 22. The first national '.lie) Clrcm Tent of John Koblnann lllown tend to extend her possessions in to patrol the quality and so pliable that it can be coast. It Is certain that China. He added that a China-JapaDo" Upon the Crowd ut W Indira. twisted. convention of "the Young People's Worn Hurt. ter, treaty is Impossible because of mutual several expeditions havo been able to Tjik Memphis Commercial Appeal Christian Temperance union is called hatred, and declared that Germany's get away without any Interference, Fays that Jerry Simpson's newspaper to meet here September 27 and 28. This Winchester, Va., Aug. 22. During Chinese interests lie in the direction but Gen. Leonard Wood, the military otlicc has become a regular sub treas claims to be the first temperance or- n violent wind storm Monday after- governor, Sri determined todoatl in hit ury for tho reception of potatoes, tur- ganization to systematically unite tho noon, tho big tent of John Hoblnson s of tho power to enforce neutrality. nips, onions, watermelons, squash, ability of women hold to the Cincinnati Team. and the voting pow- circus was blown down upon the pumpkins, greens and other currency er of men. The organization of the crowd in it A general panic ensued and Dethoit, Mich., Aug. S2. Shortstop l'rlce of .Men lUl.ed. taken in payment of subscriptions. Norman Klborfield, who was fined S100 New Yoiik, Aug. 10. Prices for all A BINOLK foundry in New Jersey, it ii work into a national movement will some 40 people were more or less by being trampled upon. Fred and suspended for the senson for as- meats for tho consumers were raised said, casts annually 28.000 bells for the be effected on Frances Willard's birthfarmers and about 4,000 for school! day. In honor of her interest in and O'Hrlen, an acrobat, was tho most saulting Umpire Haskell several weeks from two to three cents per pound at a churches, engine houses etc. It is es- appreciation of young people and their seriously injured. His right thigh was ago, has been sold to the Cincinnati mass meeting of the Uetail Ilutehers' timated by a foundry man that at least efforts. Hates of a fare and a third broken and he received other injuries. club. His fine was paid Tuesday, and association of thin city Friday night. 60,000 arc sold every year in the counhave been granted from nearly all While the struggling mass was under he will join tho Cincinnati team im- These advanced prices will go intc try to tillersjf the soil and breeders. parts of the country. effect Saturday. the canvass, thieves reaped a harvest, mediately. John G. Caiilihlk hai Will Start m a Union EitulilUhinent. Half Katen been invited to deliver an address on l'etltlon In Itunkruptcy. lliizzurd. The IteKlii,M,t. tho currency of this country before Havana, Aug. 22. Monday the body Hhidoeton, N. J., Aug. 22. Thp HUFKALO, N.Y.,Aug. l'j.- -A St. Louis. Aug. 22. A voluntary pe. telegram tho students of the University of Ch- of an Americun named Zandt was dis- tition in bankruptcy was filed Monday glass works, ono of the several was received Friday night by Conicago next fall. covered half eaten by buzzards. The in the United States district court by glass factories of this locality which gressman Alexander from Secretary of Acc'oitDi.vo to the reports of the last man was formerly an employe in the John P. Herrmann, 'jr., a real estate havo bicn closed for so mo tlmo owing War Hoot to the effect that one of usMsmbly, tho Southern Presbyterian the Ills liabilities are to strikes for the recognition of the now volunteer regiments, tho 42d, will church had 1,448 ministers, 2.873 quartermaster's department. It is be- man of St. Louis. union, will be started up ns n union bo organized and stationed at 5107,202 and assets S33.811. churches and 217.075 members. The lieved he succumbed to sunstroke. Fort establishment. Porter, lu this city. total amount of contributions for all To I'xorl 1st KaltruikH Home. MhJ. lliirriion'a Condition. causes was nearly fe'.'.ouo.ooo. I'tagiix at l'alrrmo and Nuplot. o Hope for JiidB(i Hilton's Iterorery. Santioo de Cuha, Aug. 22. Maj. Congressman It is calculated that the railway com- W.Omaha, Noli. Aug. 22.Gen. London, Aug. 22. Tho Home correL. Stark and Adjt Sakatooa, N. Y Au. Harry left Russell It. Harrison, who Is suffering panies of Great Jirituin pay a daily average of 28,500 in compensation, about Monday night for San Francisco tc with yellow fever showed some im- spondent of tho Daily Mail asserts that Hilton at a late hour Friday night 60 per cent betnj; for injurie.1 to escort the 1st Nebraska volunteers provements Monday. It is believed there has been several cases of bubonic was still in a comatoso statu and beand the remaining 10 per cent home on a special train at the state' that another case is developing, at Cris-t- plague recently at Palermo and Naples, lieved to be gradually sinklug.' There for loss on damaged, freight expense. Is no hope of his recovery. the headquarters of the Americans. three or four ending fatally. 22. non-unio- HICKMAN, t KENTUCKY eourt-martl- uou-unlo- n sym-pathl7e- one-ha- lf o d, SO,-00- 0 non-unio- n 0,423,-CO- out-rap- e. Kru-ger- 's thoantl-Dreyfusard- s. bod-ic- 1 ocracokeIsland. .1 . . . - Washington, Aug. ll. Tho report of tho commission appointed by the president in lfc7 from the marine hospital service staff to Investigate the tiaturo of yellow fever was Friday iniidc public by Surgeon General Wy man. The commission was of Surgeon Kugeiio Wnaillu and Past Assistant Surgeon Geddluga, both yellow fever exports. The conclusions of the commission arc summarized as follows: First, That the micro organism discovered by Prof. Oulseppe Sanarclll, of the university of llologna, Italy, and by him named "ilaclllus Ictcroldes," u the causo of yellow fover. Second, That yellow fever U natural ly infectious to certain animals, tho degree varying with the specie: that In some rodents local Infection Is vrr quickly followed by blood Infection; and that, while lu dogs nud rabbit there Is no evidence of this subsequent invasion of tho blood, monkeys reai't to the Infection the same as man. Thiid, Hint Infection lakes plate by way of the respiratory tract, the prl m;uy colonisation lu this tract giving rise to the earlier ulanlfcst.ttlons ol tho disease. Fourth, That lu many cases of the disease, probably a majority, tho primary Infection or colonization lu the hiiiys is followed by a "secondary lu fectlou" or a secondary colonization of tills organism lu the blood of the This secondary Infection m.ty be complicated by tho coiiutaulatwoua p.issage of other organisms Into the blood, or llila complication may arise during the last hours of life. Fifth, That there la no evidence to support the theory advanced by Prof. Sauatctti that this disease la primarily a septicaemia, Inasmuch as cascr do occur lu which the bacillus Ictcroldes can nut be found in the blood or or gauslu which It might be drivosiled therefrom. Sixth, That there exists no casual relationship belwect the bacillus "X." of .Sternberg, itiul this highly infivtloii disease, ami that the bacillus 'X" n frequently found lu the kntestiual contents or normal animals aud of man, as welt as in tho urine nud the bronchial section. Seventh, That so faraayour comtnls. aton is aware, the bacillus Icteroidei has never been found In any body other than ono infected with yellow tvrer, and that whatever may be tho cultural simllarttlci ketweeii this and othel p.t-tle- dyspepsia. Indigestion, nerwusness, kidney diseases. nd other Ailments. HocxPs StrtApJirlllA cures all diseases promoted by impure blood or lotu state of the system. JRememher Amount of mischief Is done, A too, becAuse people neglect to keep their blood pure. Jt appears In eruption, 3fccd& Sauafmiffg WirZ7TITZrtTXf9umm SUNXHAZER UIBiiiBWILfa'IsxUlfl FLIES OF MAINE, IVurae Than Jrrary Mosuullora nnd1 KImIuk IIukb IIms r No Chance srllli Tlirni. Since reading in the newpaiier of the k'smiK hits' aim his doing all the euplt' in rural Maine have taken lo lapturinn all sort and brnitit;ir the pcci-mto town fur examination by uewfpa-iw- r Counties arc the men and naturalists that have hint taken to uf but: kind lUnitnr in buttle, boxen and lunetve jar, ttiil tlie raptor all scetn tu lie orel disappointed when told that luttead of the genuine ktuer tliy have a moth killer, a lly, or ouivtluiin quite comiuuu aud n eate to llxncor the A man came other day with a feroeious lookinn ,1'iiR the corlml up in a prverve Jar and credit ol harm cntilim-- the first kitting, bus in that part of the count ty It was net the famous kinntt litis; that lie had, but a native bus milieu hat letruiblint: a itnill lobster with wing ,. "I don't tare a banc, declared the when told that lie must try man, "These frlltis kin Ink the otultiit out ef Sunkluter. and that's what none of your eomtuoti bug kin do " Not many people living far away from Hangar know what "Stinkhaier" U like. It is a frroeiou lug :ly that lufesis the, (lata and meadows alxiut Stitikhatr deadH-atera place in the Penohcul river where tho water i lack and where million f logs are rafted The Sunkluiers are the jiett of the loggers, u K!i whom they feat to their heart content, and nothing can drivi tlietn awav 1 hey are four tune the nee or the famed mosquitoe of Jersey, and any Maine man will bark one of them againit a tight. dnrrn kiMins hug in a fair itand-u- liarmle.. ... lace-mint- ed el ursiv but ro long a the Sunkharrr Y. Sun. will not feel lonesome N. Maine folk have. pmll1y, no kunng hug, llty " r'nolln (be Public. "I'm about huihrd In the matter mused the owner of a mull store. Idea of drawing "It' a lad habit-th- is afruri-ntitir,- alphaWt hysterically put together and designed for a scientific name. After St were the won!' "From Samoa. A few day later the "curiosity" wn feeding in the lurk yard with the reit of the tuDtim bens. Detroit l'rte Pre. Col Cody, the eminent scout, hel(ed ta build a ehurch at North Platte, and was by hi wife and daughter to actvm it." A few hours later the soda water trade va milling The crowd outiide tht window gated until it was thirsty at the remarkable bird that hung in a big rage. The rard attached imre a handful of the trade by making a muieutn of tliewimluw, hut I ran't itop now hustnri won't allow rdr ruiird rr cue. tlit t panr them to the txmng Hie minuter gave out the hjtnn, which commented with the words: "Oh. fur ten thousand tongues to inc." etc. The organist, who played hr rnr. started the tune In too hlh a krjr and had U try agsln. A leeund attempt ended like the first In failure. "Oh, for len thou and tongue to ine my great" came the npening wonl far the tbml tune, followed by a squeak from the organ and a relaps. into painful nlenea foils my 1.1 contain hitr.ielf no longer, and blurted ..Mt "Start it at five t bout ml, and meblie some ttt the rrt of us ran get in." San J rancor W ave. 22.--T- he Tt Aren't yo rather inewnsiit-enl- ? You tokl r the other day that you eesjl. batter than you were wken arc ten you first cantHltrst me. and now you hate eomt hire and want me to take 70 per cent. off my Ml. Convaleeenl Ikit I am not here thli Transcript. time fsr my health. Ho-o- Ilorlor nnd I'ntlrnl. Dr. Hro-- tr n "You're a darn liar," said the member from Walypang, in an undertone. "My jnc i only MOO. ami I aiu't got Ityit. Chicago Times-Heral- Jus "Kvery man," shouted the orator, "lias W'ronurd. nnce'" " It take a woman to be unhappy thinking how unli pv she would he if she wrie not N Y a happy a s'te u Pri. r new-for- Jewell T. p.r Hewitt 'Hery roe has iu tlmrn " ' Yr, the thvrn n the lull,"- - Tow u one-fift- h r rccon-nolterln- -- AW5 IZkl A bad breath o 1 Hcy-kln- g, w I M n Vu.-Sev- er.it ucsi mcno.3 turn tneir liraus aside. means a bad liver. Aycr's Pills arc liver pills. They cure constipation, blllousncss.dyspepsla, sick headache. 25c. All urugKists. Want jrour nwutu. lie. or beard a beauUiul or rirn iiurKT isen ntn IO BUCKINGHAM'S DYE is vour Dream badr" Then vottr Pnf A Uia r Yiing-Tse-Klan- g, tors THE DECLARATION ...",!. lj I'orty-Sern- mcnt tojfoihcr with Washington's commission at t'lilef of tho C'onilncuiul Army. niiihfiiilcliy duly curllMXI lo tijr J nines) (I. Illalne, Sec. of Mute. I.ltliotfrnplirrl on flno bond. pnp-in two colon ana xtiovsmt; thocnut seal of too United .Suites, hulliiblo fur friim-Inrint Mi nrrumont to any homo. Hccuroly mailed Ui ttny mlilrtiN for M rents, postpaid-Jli-ml- t bv registered letter money onlrtr.drafu orife postaRo atiunps to WILSON & HAM , W Adams .Street, Chicago, 111. Ajrcnts Wuntod, Jencrnl c INDEPENDENCE Urro,.y. Arueslmlloor ,r"B un'1 "1 d.i;. If ln CsJ) A Natural Black is Produced by Buckingham's P tUHlS WHUU Dye.?.. FAILS. SOcti.ofdruggutiorR Htll&iCoNHhus,N.H. 1!..-J- udgc s o, S llbt UojtUouli Mjrup. TnrtesUuou. Use in sunn. rmi nr ciruffKiots. Alt w &' fl A m Itf ' V, Aj t r.A r ' '" , RIOTS IN PARTS. Serious DlHturbaiicosUrciirivil ijonio Aspect- THE RACE PROBLEM. Illalmp - II. Ilolor, of Tains, Ha iiliiii to Colon - 1 liii ami f.rrcl Nrprii I- CAME TOGETHER. 1 GEN. JIMINEZ ARRESTED. Jal 11 cull-!"- " Two Trolley Curs on the Nurrlstowii Lino Collide. as tie m. About In Suit I'riun flin. filCOl Lupl, Miiniprr Apprrliri.deil Hlm-Ka- jra It I. an Outrage. 10. tv xi P of the t onitiiiiiic. CmtMiio, af the LOtorcd m.ui.oiivt.'iiiioii lllshop U II. lloltoy. of Texas, Imok Homl-J- tla Church of M. .Iratph A'mnat I nmp etcy I" MiiB to Hie nicuibers uri en. truly new lh ltMllw.tr ! ' dulled and n ll I iiIImI liable I'hii t.iiK4 )C. ft. Ill Inn iclieuie for the solution of tliu rac ! llii r.vl Ml um ttrnrrd s.hiiy Mere Hurt ..ii problem. His idea is to have the ih- r iIih Hflitln,- - Hi I'olii,. build up n se nrnte gover iw nt Paius, Aug. 21.-Phead-o- n was Sunday of their own, but instead of deponing 1'iim.aiikii'IIIa, Aug. the sconce of most sorlousiilsturb moos, thrill to Africa, us advocated by Itislior coa.it.uii lie.sfevii two tro. ley e.ir. ocrccallhijy nomu aspcctsof tho commune, '1 iirurr, of tieor,'l.i, he would have tliii curred Sunday on the Nornstown, lu response to nn appeal of tuo joip itioio.i of the olored man locate-- l with Chestnut Hill and Foxtorough ial.-wain tuo United Mntos. Marion mi Is Lo Peuplo and La Petite in Plymouth town-hip- . lllshop llolrey expl.itns his proposl county, a few miles north of this city. group of anarchists unit soc gathered about 8 o'clock lu .lie tton as follows; Tnlrty persons were injured. The folThere Is but one way to solve tlili lowing are behoved to be fatally hurt Afternoon In the Place )u In Ueptib-Lque- . Tliu police had taken precau- problem twul that Is separation and uud In the Charity hospital at Norrls- tions nml tlicro scorned no danger of segregation. That is. the Negro r.icc town. uiiut occupy a state or states and hold John I'ar.on. Philadelphia, Internal .disorders. To make Injuries Sebastian Fnuro nml Faberot, well territory to themselves. and several ribs broken. nov revolutionary anarchists, were this movement effective 1,503,000 votWilliam Hartitlne, West Point, Po., to cuugreni Internal Injuries and ribs broken. the-- ringleaders Faure, Ktuiiilin 011 ers should sign a petition the pedestal of llio statue which risen to set apart a sullleleut amount of tin Mrs. llrldtret Nunan, seriously In in the center of the Place do In Kcpub-liquc- , public domain with proper legislative Jurcd about thu body. addressed the crowd. Among restrictions by which a statu or statci Others badly nurt, but not fainll) things lie said that the anarch may bo erected which will be distinct Injured, are other ists should be masters of the streets. !y Negro status, having all tho rightv Mr. Julia Moesltn. Nornstown, ana The police then interfered mid dlv powers, privileges, functions and po Miss Allee McGulgan. Philadelphia, lo'gcd l'nuro mid Pnhoiot, making littcal facilities givcii other states lu uli.i ... ti!o iu the hasp tab three arrests. The croud at thin point the Uuiou. The railway ih a single track road If this can be accomplished the black with swit.'bos. The tias.oiilTerB of the dispersed, but a column of demonstrators, headed by nitr and llenrl man would derive all thu bcnellts and south bound car avscrt that the motor- D'llorr, made for the IMaim de In Na- advantages fordevolopinent that make tiin failed to wait at the switch lor a people intelligent, thoughtful and tion. the arrival of the car goiug north, awl Tliu police brok through the aoliimn noble. the accident resulted. The removal of thi Negro to suoh n and i struggle for the manter.v fo lowed. Shots wcro tlroil and M. Iioul-lio- r, statu or states would settle the great PHILIPPINE QUESTION. oommlisary of jiolieo, was twleo problem as fur as the Negro is and would tuliovu the south of Ailln. lrwt.y lliMlrr It Ulll l! Solvd stabbed with a knife. iiKiny a side issue in the social and pohoun IIhi Ilillul.llunU Are Cuptbla Tlil throw the police into momentof ary confusion. Tliu mob reassembled litical world. When asked wlul portion of the and ran toward tliu Plaee de la Nation. The Naples correLo.ndo.v, Aug. In the meantime tht anarchist mob United Mat on had been selected by spondent of the Dally News telegraphs retraced Its coumo to the Place do la the advocates of the scheme, Itlshof substance of an interview ho had Kepubllquc. smashing tho windows of Uolsoy replied: "Oklahoma and New the Adm. Dewey there during the with Mexico have been mention, but we religious edifice on the wny. admiral's visit. Adm. Dewey said. ho Suddenly, either at thu word of com- have not got so far with the project believed the Philippine question would mand or hi obey a no to impulse, thu that we feel In a position to select any shortly be solved. In his Judgment column mad a loop nml curved toward particular territory." the inhabitants were capable of the Cburoh of St. Ambrolsc, where thu ON CONDITION. and the only way rioters smashed the windows. to settle Insurrection nnd to insure Proceeding thotiuo toward tho Fail S. Uurrln M lit hurrrutlrr on Ills Uu Con it to prosperity was to concede bourg l)u Temple, at the comer of tho tlllluua suit Il(usrs lu Arrrpt 1 lio He delared that he was them. ltu Darboy and the Hue St. I'mjiuitMl f Urn. JacqurJ-never In favor of vlolenco toward ther formed up into a l'Altls, Auv. 10. M. Gucriu decided the Filipinos and remarked that after ooiupaoi boily. Hatchets More sudden-1)- ' autonomy had been conceded annexaproduced, with long knives stolen Friday night to energetically maintain might bo talked of. When asked propositions and frm the counters of shops and a con- his ownthot-- proposed by Gen.refused to tion Jacqucy. whether a conllict between Germany accept certed rush was in ado upon the church pro-tKisi'- d uln-UMta Au. ll -- At the mooting ir. In view of the fct that ( ol. llaea'.lao, chief of the fcret police, petslsted in his declaration that Gen. Juan lslilor Jluninv. the aspirant to tliu presidency of Minto Domingo, was In Havana, either not IUva.na, Aug. ft w ft ft STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST. I m urls .A y, ltcp-ib-llqu- -- al-1- st eon-corde- '1. having left or having relumed thu inutility autho'ttles telegrapiied to ticufuegoh instructing Cant, btanincr, oilector of customs there, to ascertain liethcr Jlmluez wns on the Meuendez steamer and to take hi in under arrest if that should be the case. Just a the steamer was about leav ing (ieufuegos, Capt. Stamper located Juiiinei and arrested him. Jlminez denounced the arrest as an outrage. He said he had broken no law and would not yield except to force. Capt. Mam per replied that he was ready to ue force if and Jim Inez then yielded, remarking that he did so only he could not help himself. fcenor rrias, uuuorof Cicnfucgos, refused to make the arrest, claiming that ben. Jimincz w.ik an old personal friend, whom he had known intimately fnryci. When Jimincz was tnken into custody. Senor Trias was found with a police Inspector iu close conversation with Jimincz and the latter'a tcrctnry; It is believed the mayor was urging mm to leave tho steamer, to Conceal himself and to wait for a bot-topportunity. Capt. Stamper informed Jiininc. that he woiil i make him ns comfoi table as possible, and after and his secretary had packed their trunks thev were driven, accompanied by the chief of police and Capt. Mamper, to the Union hotel, where two bedrooms and a diuiiigroom wcro nec-ssare er placed atthelrdisposal. Mauri-Popliieour- t, . M. (luerln's decision not to surreudci of St. Joscplu Tho aged sacristan, .seeing tho mob hastily closed the was delivered after a deputation of the outer gates, but these wire soon forc- national defense group had waited on ed with hnteliols juid bars of Iron. liltn and Infomed hlci of the contents Tho massive oakcu doors were thcu attacked. According to tho first account thu wild horde burst Into the church, which Instantly bccnuio a scene of pillage nml sncrllcge. Altars and statues were hurled to the Moor, and smashed; picture wore rent, candlesticks, ornament and bonis from high altars wcro thrown down and trampled under foot. Tho crucifix above was made thn target for missiles, and tho figure of tho Saviour was fractured In several place. Then, while rancorous voices Hani; the "Carmagnole" tho chairs wens carried outside, piled up and set on lire lu the center of the squatc fronting the church. When this stago was reached tho crucifix was pulled down and thrown into the flames. Suddenly the cry was raited that the utatua of tho Virgin had been forgotten, and the crowd returned and tore this down also. Meanwhile the sacristan, who had been captured by the anarchists, escaped and called tho police and republican guards, who promptly arrived They weru with many constables. compelled to fall back in order to form jp into lino of defense, as the anarchists ntlarkrd them fearfully with Knives, At length tho officers began A score ol to gain the mastery. anarchists took refuge in an adOthers entrenched jacent home. belfry nnd tho themselves In fiercely defended themselves by show rlng missiles on tho republican guards, but finally these were dislodged. Twenty anarchists wcro arrested, taken to the police station, searched and found to be carrying ic vol vers, loaded sticks and knlvov Whan the police entered tho church tho anarchists had just aot flro to tho The Interior of tho editlco pulpit. was a complete wreck. Several valuable old pictures that can nover bo replaced were ruined. About 10 o'clock disorder occurred on the lloulcvard do Mngnrta, lloulc-rar- d Several revolver do Strasbourg. shots, wcro fired, but nobody wns' of the seml-ofllcl- notr. e, Gen. Jacquoy and M. Firtutn Faure, a deputy revisionist and front Orun, Algeria, had numerous inanti-Semit- terviews durlug tho day with mem bers of tho chamber of deputies and also with I'rcinler Valdcck-KouMwherciiiou (ten. Jncqncy submitted his pnijHjsltlon for surrender. It is now said M. Lasics, deputy from the Condon dlstriol of the Geens has decided to discontlnun further negotiations with M. Gucrln. Gen. Jacqucy, who is a republican member ot tho chamber of deputies, is also discouraged nnd has left Parts. A note issued Friday night says: "Having consideration for humanity above all other things, the govern, nicnt from the beginning discarded the Idea of storming M. Gucnn's house or the seliurc of the accused by mere force. Measures for preventing M. Gucriu from communicating with the outside world, as well as preventing 01 dispersing all assemblages, will be maintained, however, as long ai possible." l'ABia, Aug. 10. A strict blockade 'jas been established in tho liv.o De whabrol and the authorities Saturday morning begun a regular siege of the house in which M. Gucriu and his colleagues have cutrenched themselves. sciul-ofllclanti-Semite lieu. Jimincz will be kept under po--l cc charge until further advices ure received from the governor general. There is much excitement among the Icoplo of Cicnfugos over the atTair. The sentiment lu generally expressed that the authorities had no right to arrest Jimincz. an unarmed citizen, going apparently to Santiago de Cuba, bud the point is oven made that If ho were going to an Domingo, he would only be returning to his native country. I Senor Aybor, a representative of .iimiucz, icit I'iciiiucgo-tor sntiuago and the United States over the Phil- ile Cuba last Tuesday, after remaining ippines were possible, Admiral Dewey 3t tliu former place ten days. It is beeved he tried to lit out an expedition, correspondreplied, according to tho us a small schooner was found lying ent: "it Is impossible to forsce the cutsldc the harbor, supposed lo be awaiting a cargo of ammunition. Aybor had taken out clearance papers INSURGENTS ROUTED. f)r Key West several days before. On Hundred ot Thra Urlvan Kroin Theti OFF THE BRIDGE. Intraiichroanta by I.UuU Cola anil SO i 1 Portion nt Vl'asaniRrr Train on the saa i;ily, I'lttaburj; and tJulf Hall-roa- d Manila, Aug. "Jl. One lieutenant of Out. Ilradle Appoints CommUdonera. CJnet Into Little Itlver. anthe 12th Infantry was killed and FitANKFOitr, Ky., Aug. 30. Tho govother was s riously wounded while Tkxaiikana, Tex.. Aug. 10. A mes- ernor has appointed the following comreconnoltcring Saturday evening north sage has just been received here to tho missioners from this state to the southof Angeles. The Americans encouna north-boun- d passenger ern exposition to be held in New York tered a large force of insurgents and tlTcct that train on the Kansas City, Pittsburg & tills fall: James F. lluckncr, of Louis-vialdrove them from their positions. Lucas Moore, state commission Gulf railroad went Into Little river, Mcut. Col, of the 0th Infantry, with SO er of agriculture, of Frankfort; Mayor miles north of here. A switch en60 men encountered 100 insurgents ingine, with crew, has left for the scene. Ithinock, of Coviugton; Hlltz, of Newtrenched in the mountains of the stations, and it port; Slmrall, of Lexington; Townscnd, Island of Negro and routed them after The wreck is between Is not known how- - much of the train of Howling Green; Small, of Owens-boran hour and a half of severe fighting. Willis, of Shclbyvillc. is known, The Americans had three men slight- went off the bridge. It however, that the baggage, express1 Dancer of (letting Uablei Mixed. ly hurt. Nineteen dead Insurgents ud mail ears went iu MiDDLESWOKO, Ky., Aug. 20. The In the trenches. were counted prize twin story has just been received Six rifles and a quantity of reserve York. Ibe Shamrock at ammunition were captured. Nkw Your, Aug. tu. The Sham- from Caney, Morgan county, Ky. Two The Insurgents recently cut the cablo rock, the llritish yacht that is to com- merchants, known under the firm in Laguna bay, leading to Calamba, on pete for the American cup, arrived at aamc of Caudle Hros., arc so much the south shore of tho lake, but the New yachts sllko they cau hard ly be distinguisho; Man of Ilia lufsutrj. t ... .. J K. .! neither lend In Clay County. London. Ky., Aug. 17. As matters Ill Programme nf tho l.ouUvllln Driving now stand in Clay county, four fcudi .tasttclatloil, lleslll- and arc looked for there Instead of two IllliC rcplrmhrr ttfi. now. Tho llengcs and Stapletons, ot near Hengstowii, arc preparing for I.ouisvn.i.K, Ky., Aug. 2b The pro- war. Ono of the Stapletons was killed gramme of the rcgula. fall meeting of a few months ago by a Henge and feelDriving and Fair the Louisville ing has been growing, until an ouV has been announced by Secre- break is looked for at any moment. tary Frank P. Kenny. Forty thousand On Red llird creek trouble has been dollars In purses Is oitcrcd by tho as- started between the Stzcmores and sociation. Tho meeting will begin Ashcrs, and both factions are carrying Monday, September 2.1, with the Ken- Winchesters. Tho latter place is 2( tucky Matron stakes for trotters, and Hcngstown 12 miles from Man S7.000, and the Commercial Club stakes, Chester. for pacers. London, Ky., Aug. 19. It is rcporte, An excellent programme has b;cn hero that County Judge Wright. o arranged for the five succeeding days, Clay county, has gono to Frankfort in including the Douglass stakes for response to a request of Gov. Uradlcj SVJ00 for 2:12 trotters the Zclback to confer with him about Clny counts stake, 8.'. 000, and the Louisville stake, troubles. The detectives sent to Clay 2.000. All the stake races have been to ferret out the assassins of Ton? closed, but tlicro nre yet 14 purse llakcr seem to make little headway. events to close by September" 9. The Smallpox on Cniey'a Creek. best harness horses in the country are MiDDi.Kiiuna, Ky., Aug. 21. Supcrtu. entered. tendent J. C Lay declares the Casey SECRETLY MARRIED. County Teachers' institute, which wai I'apn ouml It Out and Ilroke Up t'je to be held at Liberty next week, off on account of the smallpox scare, it beinj Hume In i:ry hort OrderMIe thought that a gathering of this kind Took the (ilrl Home. might have a tendency to spread thu Louisvillk, Ky., Aug. 2a George disease. There are between 13 and 2d Drcitaiistein and Miss Mamie Hoertz, cases on Casey's crock, this county, tha well known young people of this city, victims having already been Isolated. quietly slipped over to .Tcflersonville, Secretary McCormack, of the stata Ind., about three weeks ago and were board of health, has ordered every married. man, woman and child in the county Their wedding was kept secret until to be vaccinated. Some schools have Friday, the groom having taken time been dismissed until the scare is over. to fix up his hoiibeso that It would b; Hanged by is Mob. suitable for the occupancy of himself Fulton, Ky., Aug. 21. Squab llolin, The nuptials were and bride. Saturday colored, was hanged Saturday night bj in to be announced morning's papers and Friday night the a mob. Three weeks ago Holln ani young lady stole away from the domi- another Negro named Henry Stewart cile of her parents and went to her robbed Gail Hamilton of SIS and then new home. Her father in some way shot and killed him. Holin escaped a . learned of the marriage and late Friday the time, but Stewart was captured night went lo the place of abode of hla and banged by msb the r.'.pht ftoi took the girl away and re- the murder, liolin was captured ai turning smashed all the furuiturc in Milan, Tcnn., and brought here Sat. urday night by ofiicers. the house. A Surprlte at Ixtndnn, Kj. May Curtail l'roitaotlon. London, Ky., Aug. 19. Surprise was Louisville, Ky.. Aug. 20. John B created hero by the reappearance of Thompson, of Harrodsburg, presideni Circuit Clerk Daugh White and Depu- of the Kentucky Distillers' association ty Felix Davidson from the west, and says he is confident that at the meet, especially after it was rumored in Clay ing to be held in Cincinnati, bctweet county Davidson would never again bo the independent distilleries and tht It is said that the Whites trust, an agreement will be reached t teen alive. are apprehensive of their safety, sluco limit the production of whisky in KenWiley and Jim Maker's release from tucky to 20,000,000 gallons a year, foi all on account of the disappearance of three years. Jim Heverly and Carlo linker. Facltlre Kecaptured. THE FALL MEETING. .sso-elati- 1 r i son-in-'.a- Maysvillk. Ky. Aug. 19. Charlei Shotwell, who was jailed for stealing a barrel of whisky from a C. & O. car, consigned to Cincinnati parties, ca caped by leaving the jail with the citj prisoners. When on the outside lit took to his heels. Thursday night hi was captured between Aberdeen anc IMpley. Shotwcll's home is either, a Newport or Covington. break has been repaired. MAJ. HARRISON He ILL. Is lli Yallow Paver anilIlia in a Had ton. dltlon lilt (ate Is rirst to Occur at Crltto, Cubs. hor"r7ble murder. Ilojr Hwunr tip ruui a llurn ItsfUr Murray City 1 wo Mtn Arrrstciiand laid on Su.plaloD. f at MuiiRxr Crrr, O., Aug. 10. Georgo Simko, Is, was found dead in a barn Saloonist John by his sister Friday. Namet, his stepfather, sent him out to feed the horses. Theyoungmun being at the barn so long, his sister went out to see what was wrong, finding him dead in tho haymow. Foul play was suspectod. Search W4s made and a rope was found, which showed that the boy had becti hanged and cut down. At the coroner's inquest it was found mornlug 380 that tho boy's neck was broken. Mark o'clock Monday Up to around the neck also show prints oi persona have been reported injured, tho rope. Two men were seen at th including several policemen. No ono barn just before the boy was found. ns far ns known was Injured by fireTwo arrests havo been made, Uube arms. Nearly all wcro hurt by being and Mohlon Lannlng, from New PittsA body crushed or trodden uudcr foot. burg, O. They were seen to go through of rioters who had taken refugo in tho the saloon toward the barn. Marshal court yard of (lure do lMIst was expelled Win. Channel., a Surtos City deputy, by tho police, who tuiidu 05 arrests. made tho arrests. Quiet has now been restored. lluilnrss l'ortlon DeslroymL Itrotl'k ltrilEimtliin. IIoisk, Ida., Aug. 10. The town of I'oiiTl.ANtt, Me., Aug. SI. -- Heed's PlacerviUc, in llolso county, was w.'pcd resignation will be Kent to the govThe business portion of out by nre. ernor of Mnlno this week to take effect the place was destroyed and most of election to September 4. Tho special The los is estimated the residences. elect a successor to Mr. Uecd In this stSJ50,U00. district will be held about the middle VIrst len Itacliuantt Fall. of October Wabiunoto.v, Aujf. 10. -- The number llouiUr Won Out. 309, Mamon, 0., Aug. Ub After a closa of enlisted men Thursday witi Even with making a total of H,C.0. 6ght Dr. J. L. HeiuWy received tho Indorsement of the republican central the discharges that fcavn been made joinmlttceo for representative for tho ih ere are a sufficient number to Gil tht first tea rrtgluicata. district, Muilon-Morrow Sahtiaoo Dr. Cuiia, Aug. 21. Maj. Ilutscll 11. Harrison, Inspector general, Is critically 111 with yellow fever. Tho discaso has progressed for three days although not pronounced yellow fever The caso is until Sunday afternoon. the first to occur at Cristo whither headquarters was removed last month to escape infection. Ot late the quarantine rules havo been relaxed, owing to tho fact that there have been no new cases In the city and o Ulcers from headquarters have been In the habit of coming to Santiago daily, returning to, headquarters at night. Maj. Harrison has been isolated but not brought to the fever hospital. Mysterious Shooting- - In Philadelphia. Puil.Ai)Ki.i'iiiA, Aug. 'Jl, While driv- York Friday. After the in the upper bay Capt. Archie Hogarth, of the Shamrock, Slid: "The Shamrock behaved beautifully. I am more than satisfied with her. In fact, I am delighted, because my most sanguine anticipations have been more than realized. Hut I will say this, that gleeful as I am with the behavior of the boat, 1 was more surprised with tho generous reception winch she got from the time that we were abreast of Sandy Hook." had anchored (llorot Not til Auaiisln. Hrnnrs, Aug. 19. Glorot, who claims to have been the man who attempted to assassinate M. M. Labor!, was brought Col, to Hcnncs Friday evening. Pic Gast and others who saw tho would-b- e assassin, declare Glorot was not tho man. The prisoner has written a letter to the police making an allogcd confession and glorifying in the crime. The doctors say he Is quart, in-sa- ing with his family through Holmes-bura suburb of this city, Frank was killed by a bullet fired by s.mo unknown person about 7 o'clock Sunday night. Tho ball struck hlmin thu brcntit nnd ho fell dead In his wife's arms. The occupants of the carriage heard no report nor could they see any one lu tho vicinity. The police aro the case. Had-clll- g, fe lur. Tanner III. III., Aug. 21. Sunday night Dr. George N. Krolder, the attending physician, said that Gov. Tanner Is suffering with malarial and his fever is high. Ho will probably be unable to attend to thu duties of his otllcu for a week. SpitiNOKlKi.i), Kplilnmlo Spreading. Ma unit), Aug. 21. It Is reported here at Flgucra, Portugal, anil there Is rumor ot a death from tho disease at Barcelona, that a oasu of tlm plague hnu developed Jack at 1'nrt I.lnion, Costa Itlea. Wa8IUoto.v, Aug. 19. Surgeon General Wyman was Friday notified by Surgeon Carson, stationed at Port Union, Costa ltica, of tho appearance of ono case of yellow fever at that place. This is ono of the eight American ports, at which the marine hospital service has an official stationed to report promptly on the appearanc of yellow fever. This is the first that has been reported at any of the fruit ports this season. Ilia Children !"if. Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. 19. Mrv Susan Cutter, living in tho outskirts of tho city, Friday afternoon attached llio family horse to a road wagon, and with her three little children started to drive down town. Within a short ilstanco tho horse started on a runaway. Mrs. Cutter was thrown out and fatally hurt Internally, besides which she suffered a broken arm. Tho little children clung to tho wlison. and after a long run tho horse finally turned homeward, where he arrived safely with the little ones unhurt. Yellow l'urlian Lass fold Lexivoton, Ky., Aug. 19. An English buyer has secured for S3.000 tin brood maro Puritan Lass by Spendthrift, dam Phocbo Mayflower. Puritan Lass trthe dam of Tlllo and lturlingtou Koute, and was owned by Turncy Ilros., of Kourbon county. Thj same buyer has secured Maid of 15al Tney married twin sisters. gowan for S700. ed apart. Now each has twin children who Lived Three Weeks With a broken Neck. each other so much that the Louisville, Ky., Aug. 19. Mrs. Lucy families have great difficulty keeping Hlinke died Thursday from a broken their babies from getting mixed. neck, sustained from a fall three wcekt Killed Hltn With a Mattock. ago. The woman was operated on imlUnnounvii.LK, Ky., Aug. 20. Marmediately after the accident, and for tin Alford and a man named llranon, several days showed signs ot recovery. working on the roads on 11 rush creek, She took a turn for the worse three quarreled, llranon struck Alford on days ago and was unconscious until 2i the head with a mattock, killing him hours before her death. instantly. The Uotlom Dropped Out. Hurled Forty Feet Carlisle, Ky., Aug. 17. For a nurm KrtAN'KroitT, Ky.. Aug. 17. A C. A O. bcr of years the pond on the farm ot freight crashed into a hand car near John McClanahan furnished plenty ol llenson.' Samuel Tracy, a section stock water and was a source of supply hand, was thrown 40 feet, breaking a to neighboring farmers during tho leg and artm late drought. Sunday the water suddenly disappeared. A low, rumbling lior. llradler'a Proclamation. , 18. Gov. FitANKi-onTKy., Aug. noise could be heard some momenta llradley Wednrsday afternoon issued a afterward. proclamation calling for relief for the House Set Allre. and d6stltuto citizens Gnr.r.NUP, Ky., Aug. 20. An incenof Porto KIco. diary tried to burn tho Starks house, now occupied by the Kentucky Drug (aptured a Mnnnthlno Still. Ky., Aug. 19. Deputies Co. and tho Eagle Knight, a fraternal Giikknvp, Georpe W. Castle ami Henry .1. Gose newspaper. Kindling was carried to made a moonshine raid and captured a the third story and the fire deliberateAnderson llunlon and ly kindled, but by timely discovery it 300 gallon still. was extinguished. Valley Cox were arrested. Morniont (lettlnc Out of Kentucky. Ullman Hound Over. Glkkwood, Ky., Aug. 17. Five MorHavkn, Ct, Aug. 19. Alfred K. Nkw Ullman. of Lexington, Ky., who it is mon elders passed here Monday on foot charged, passed forged checks on mer from the upper counties on their way chants, was bound over to the superior to Dnton, Intending to take the train for tho western part of the state. court Thursday in 51,000 bond. storm-stricke- n After Army l'o.ltlona. Lancastjsk, Ky.. Aug. 19. Maj. William Collier, Capt. Samuel Dunker and William llcrkley, former officers of the war, have nskod Spanish-America- n FitANKi-oitT- , Cuptiirnd by Lexington. Ky., Aug. 20 Lexing- ton has captured tho state military encampment for this year, and the 2d regiment will go Into camp early In Gov. llradley to recommend them for September, followed by the other two regiments at intervals of 10 days. Gov. places in the army. llradley made tho order Friday. Charged Willi Horse stealing. , Lexisoio.v, Ky., Aug. 19. Henry Peyton, colored, wanted in several Kentucky towns for horse stealing, is He is under arrest in Williamsburg. sharged with stealing a pony itcn , o this cttv. Capt. J. D. Yan-lugtou- (lot, llradley Inv.nil FitANKroisT, fKJ ri Ky., Aug. 30. Gov. has been invited to assist President MoKlniey at the laying of Urndley ot Chicago's, custom thu cornrt-s'.on- e house In October. A tr.f ' fBfcTtr' "f MMMWIJIfMl.fjal ...l..l. LOCAL NEWS. HIIYAX A AM) FKi:U SII.VKU. Fannors Ftob I'ohiniii line-each, Going to Build This Spring? Wo can furnish you with every. thiuj needed to build with . . . lit . . . YERY LOWEST PRICES. S.uh and Blinds, Shingles, Nails, Builders Hanlwaro, Paints and Oils, Lime, Cement and Plaster. Let us Hpuro with you. 4 RouK'h Lumber, Dressed Lumber, indows, Doors and L. P. &YV. S.Ellison Ititilroatl Time Ttihff X., 0. Trln Trlu LKAVKS: NV. M l . Ne. 3, at S. Sr St. L. R. It. p. m. .. in AIIIMVHK 7 1. Train S. frnlii .No. J, i: .. i m ih 65,000 Soldiers The new Secretary of War seems ileterininril to push the Philip pine war with more vigor and h termination. The order now is. sued for 10 now rrfjimrntH will nwell the United States tinny at Manila to G5 000, nearly (Inutile what it lias heretofore hern. It is believed that with this inoreus oil force that Gen. Otis can speedily Buhjugate Agtiinuldo'H iirnij, and establish U. S. authority on the islnnd. The new regiments are expected to reach Manila, any how, by October, when the rainy season will be over and that then Gen. Otis will renew active lios tilities. Some say that Gen. Otis is incompetent, but others insist that his lack of success is alone attributable to the Insuflicient force under his command. Who for Representative? Who will renresent Hickman and Fulton. counties in the Lower House of the next State Legislu tare! So far as wo can hear there appears to be no gonernl interest among the people, and really the candidates, or the reputed candidates, have not shown any special interest. No candidate is regn larly announced in tho papers, but this is pardonable from tho fact that there is so little pay iu the position. However, there are three candidates, or reputed can dldateB, We. know that Mr. Henry Rotnley, a most excellent and worthy young man, and one who deserves honor and encourage inont, to be a candidate; and we hear that Mr. Tom Smith, than whom there is not a more deserv ing young man in tho two conn ties, is a candidate; and also that Mr. Lee Egbort, former sheriff of Hickman county, and a most wor thy man, is in tho field. But these gentlemen, if candidates, have engaged in no public speaking, and but little, if any, They appear to be iu the attitude that if the office comes their way they will accept, but, if not, they don't care much. They are Democrats, but in these days when there are Democrats and Democrats, we are left to believe that they are all in the same boat Democrats. Tho precinct primaries meet Saturday, Sept. 0th, iu tho respective voting places in the two counties to send delegates to tho convention at Clinton. hand-shakin- 400 Mens and Coys Suits go at Cost at Buchanan's. one-hal- Under special dispatch ti tho Olii publishedthis heading will hen afier Ik notices not to exceed II Qneenswareat Shaw's, cago Record fiom Dos Moines, from fanners who are stibserih is arranging for a bi(, street Padueah era, who have horsos, mules, cows, pro la., says : fair. ducts, seed, .Vro , to-- - sale, free of charge 'Three times Win. JenAll talk of au extra session of the nings Bryan Indicated to the Iowa A licensed bull at Win. Legislature has ceased. Bookman's Democrats that he no longer In Inquire. A protracted meeting was beuun at Misted upon making the silver raPoplar Orove last Sunday. ' .1 tio of 1(1 to the measure of party .Ylilcli facDoes Hickman want a cotton fealty and plainly advised (hem A line Jersey Milch Cow. with young tory? Sho ought to have ono. II Parma m. calf, for sale. to placate the gold element The City Council is having some of Democracy to the end that uof the unit, the principal streets graveled. I'or Sale. ed party may be ready to win the Three gixxl inub's, wagon and faun SI. .0, UW.OO and S'J.fiO national contest next year. Shaw's In an ing implements.' Apply to Slims can't be beat. address to the county chairmen AlXX. Ull'K To have what we want is riches, ho said : but to be able to do without is, power. Mii.ni coavs nut s.vi.n. "The Chicago platform was writteii Tho next term of tho Pulton cir- for all time, and tho Democratic party Three good milch cows for sale Apcuit court will convene Monday week is not under obligation to reiterate its ply to O. L Hosk Quinine Jim McKonzie is out sup details, but as now issues arise wo may turn our attention to tliom, take them Ha; for Sale. porting Goebel. He is a gold democrat into the family and light on thum withI have for sale on a of good Tho days are getting shorter now at out ajHilogiziug for auy former tight wo Haw Timothy, $12 00; Mixed, Clover tho rate of from two to three minutes nave inane. and Timothy. $11 00; Clover $ 00 each. Hrivk HrMiv The AntMIocliol Ticket. ?ot your eyes tested at the Old Reliable free, on Johnson's Opthahneter .Mules for Sale. the tluest in town. The following ticket was nomiThree jco til Mulas and two harness It is said that John D. Rockefeller's nated by tho iinti GoobelhoH ut Mares, for sale. Apply lo J xi i I). Mayk. income is $'25 a lniunto. "Would that Lexington last week: thoo minutes were ours I" I'OK .YVI.K. Kor Governor John Y, Brown. Physicians now say that will For Secretary of Stato E. h euro consumption, and there is talk White Cochin HnntHins. chickens and among the hens of forming a trust. nines. eggs. Apply to WAitiutv S. Kti.i.Mix. For Attorney General Law Kxports predict that tho cotton crop this year will exceed lS,0tH).WK) bales, re nee T. Tanner. I'OK S.4 J,E-:For Auditor-Fra- nk A. Pasteur. tho largos ever grown in tho South. 2oo bushoN ixtra ipi.dlly Irih PotaFor Treasurer John O. Drorgp. A new factory to be called the May. toes For Snprrintendiiiit of Public ami ot the Carmen No I, New Queen Mantes Tlioroiighhred varieties iu nuns uoinp.my niw ucon incoritem porated. Tho capital is tlxed at $20,000. Instruction - Key. K. O. Currant. not lev. than in lnolit ) lots at ;0e biwh Kor Cominisw'oner of AgricuPure Apple Vim gar, 10 gal lots. 3f0e Tho next meeting of tho Grand Ni w Sw pi t I'idt r by bl.l only, at $A 00 lture!). W. Vnudier. Ltxlge of Kentucky Knights of Pythias I) W I)l kinm. per ham will bo held iu rhu city of Henderson iu .Mr. Pettlt to Speak Tor Cnrliel. October. Wo believe in a trust, but onlv in $ Owonslwro .Messenger. that one that tho United States governHon. Thos. S. Pottit, who was ment toll about on its currency "Iu God We Trust." the Populist nominee for GovernKYKitv ri(i.i; is Au exchange announces on the or four years ago.nud polled ovrt death of a lady that "She lived fifty years with her husband and died iu thp 12,000 votes, will soon take the Nics and Clean, hopo of a letter lifo." stump for Goebel. Mr. Print Fresh and Cold I I positively will repair your served in the constitutional unit watch or clock at less than tho cheapest. I have the experience, tools and yentlou nine mouths and in the can execute tho work. Yours truly, 'long legislature" eighteen month it. w. JJrcK. with Mr. Goebel. lie watched Geu. Taylor aud the other Republi- him closely and learned to greatlj can candidates opened the State Cam- admire him. He found him ai paign tn London. Ky Tuesday. It i ways working for the right a of represented that the crowd numbered tho plain people, AM. Kl. A Volts. nothing could 10,000. swerve him from that purpose , Mr. Charles Jndire, son of the late Ho knows he is honest, brave anil Pat Judge, died in Padueah, Monday able, and believes he would uinkV PKUIT SHOTAK, night last. Tho deceased was lorn in one ot the greatest Governor Hickman, and lived hero with his par PHOSPHATKS, Kentucky ever had. Mr. Pettji ents many years ago. I CHS has rece.ved many letters front Shoo manufacturers propose either CRUSH HD FRUITS to advance tho prico or cheapen the Populists nil over the State ask and LKMONADi:. quality of thoir shoes. Whichever way ing him to come to their cnnntle'i tnoy (leciue ttio shoes aro bound to give and make speeches and, so far at ALL AH out iu tho long run. he is able, will do bo. Hon. Ben.T. Birkhead, who wnc COLD AS ICE CAN MAKE THEM. General Manager Thomas, of the Nashville. Chattanooga & St. Louis Mr. Pettit's Populist rollengtte lti Railroad, with party from Nashville, the constitutional convention nnn met party from Hickman WeedueMlav legislature, also greatly admiAs A VMKHll SUIM'LY OK and eugaged in dove shooting near Stato air. Goobel and wlll speak for JjlIlU. him. C loaves Bread for 2oc. 20 loaves Bread for $1.00. Lookout for Hie LamMhle. Patronp.o home industry aud save from 20 to SOc on the dollar, at tho Now City Such crowd.i as aro coming toBakery. (tiik Kii:sr immiv .n.inr. gether to henr Goebel and BlackOur exchanges the campaign in this State as "a wild blaze of burn says the Iinrclstown Record, Received political excitement." And this may were never witnessed before in bo true elsewhere, but in this oectinn ! everything appears as calm as a May tho history of Kentucky politics morning. in n Stato race. In fact, for the A Hickman mother nnkeri her little length of time before the election & boy if he could tell her what tho Bible the crowds surpass iu size and said about a Ho "Yeth, ma'am." said enthusiasm the gatherings of the tho young hopeful, "a lio is au abomination nuto the Lord and a very refuge unparalleled year of 180(5 and as tho magnificent platform of the in time of trouble." When Goebel fainted at Mayflold party is explained and the chnr DR. BRIGHT, whisky was ottered him, but ho refused actor of tho opposition to Goebel it, saying that ho did not consider it to tnatlo known, the determination be good medicino for him. What more of tho people to win becomes do the Prohibitionists want than huch a more intense aud earliest from day -man ? Carlisle News. to day. When Democracy gets her back up and clears up tho lies and slanders that havo been Olllco over Wilson's Book Store, maliciously circulated on her custom-mad- e splendid standard bearer, look out ilolcombo Building, W "THE BIO CONTEST." American, nrruiiHuncnt with th publishers of The Nashville. Trim, weuronabledto offer Tor n llinited linn, only a ywir s sub. Weeklv Ain'rUmi nad iiln u year s nhsorlptloii to HL crlt1ou to The Let tl be distinctly understood HICKMAN CuUIUKH. both for One Dollar prior of our paper, nor is tlnttl-!- " winndHciii.n in the iigular Hulerinttnn American, each of which of he S.nn Weekly there miv rwliictiiui in Kvirv person taking for Hit- conlist only) (This prici is nnil min-h00 is rem irk il.h ..if. r is allowed one gm-- s free In idviuiMp of this Sonil-Weekl- ti-da- y y 1 1 "'. e I " 1 - gjtr ir 1 1 !P ilLPS 0 uu TEST." YOUR WEIGHT SHI 3 I W Miver FREE SILVER ii eEa J es im i' vt - poisars FREE SILVER 13 f2S23 U Our Grand Qt. Uw Guessing Contest - Opens July 24, 18P9, and Oiro8 October 31, 1800, Iluvinis DurAtion of 10'J Days. - - - - - . M.f . - - - - - - " THE B2G CONTEST. , 1 ES! IIow many words will appour on tbo "First Pago of y Amorican, of Nuahvillo, Tonnossoo, ol Thuraduy, Novotnbor 2, 1000? of tho issuo Tho Somi-Wookl- id Iu.iK IIHiim. tmivi mi.1 Abbrrvlattani, rwvnUot .. fur iHitin.t. Ikr m,tV . oJ nil dIkbi hi. hih1 for ' far Trim ' fur Twiwu., .te All All uNWwilmlum enui'Ml, ( . tor omr nt4. Nv t. 14. m.i br thrvo Hr(l( ble Mahr rvMInt iwnM tip Is b muhIhI I whlrh otiif All "A'l." O'" or ofbr alRKl iMr r4 uti. . rvprnwat All iHktr rbnttrr wr4. loh romm4 lXI'l-NATI- DUmlr nrj nn tW da Water, Vutrrirun of '1 )iHrriny. N'nin1ifr 3. 183, The iiMe f Tin upon w'litvk ihU e.HiU-- t is UimI. will ! thi? onliitHry pnpr miy thing other lliuii ilin hmiI nwHer mi the ant pntfti The I'rlo Unrj Is the Arlu.U Wrtxht "f the 'iiTefnl ('nililniil. U he TaM In lilnlmr mIht l).illar. i iuihIIiik 15 IMI.irs to the I'muid. The CHtet aril l'rU Munry i cllvutiNl tMt lew ilirtlitiN of ton day eneh. ami U Ui b rtven t follow: stMMl-WeH- SPECIAL NOTICE. 'I'url, i.li. .' ut tb flrt earrwt ar KIHT of I1IVIWON-ONMH- COCO-COLA- rlve la bar Mtaal lyt hMiM tsl Hniml Nfw, bid 4(hl al tlaia JacMo IHVl-li- rorrvct (Mr Mir nnl tf ' pJin MMtat f ! t.r4 rMti,f mi iW nr.l 10 f T Whlr Amr.on t Nat ot1. Jaljr k lpvruf X. Hku Hmtt -- III rtmliwi. thai lb larlwln, AIJ' Vott WKH1HT IN UVIW TIIK CltlXB MkMtM Ih. ar bMva ilr i imllar ICt.KVItX TWICXTlrTIU I'lllShV TIbm- - of . id UtviakM, t eoailltwa. aliailar to Hrat IKvUaaa Tlllllll UIViaiMM TWKLVK-TWRNTtlill C rillXR-Tla- w M n4 Tklr4 IMvi.t cSUr taailiua .IwiUr t rirH IMTliwa I'HICK- - SVCONI) r.aitwl, aMat fl 4M , m aw AK ImM at rrlt'4tM ktwmiM l.laMof lada.lv TiH'H Tirt'B WWOIIT IN Htl.VMW TIIK Amc 1 M Ahr It AH Mti.r WKIC1IIT IN Sll.Vlllt TUB oi AM. U ta Ave K. All K'OfHTll ellwr frw of oHMtlll.. ctitHllilniii MrTH I'ltlSK Tim Lozcmcy 8 Chocolates, TOi'K WltlUHT IN SII.VKU ( llftb tMlPa la taM mt laalaalTa at !. i ta K It. All lorttar In IHMo. VOUM SIXTH DIVISION 1ITKKN-TIMTtirTH WHtflllT IN alt. Villi I'ltl7.k TIB. of Sink IMli.Hi ta lwta af aK IJ to II. All ao4 almlUr i oioOltloaa 1rt IHvUkw. YOUK WHIHIIT IK 8KVBNTII DIVISION ll.VKIt IMUZH-TI- bw IMrtattni If at t aVpL K la O.I. I. All hi talu4 CtMHlltkHia atatUar It. PtH IHvlalen HIOIITII DIVimoN HKVKNTKKJ TU'KSTIHTIUI TOOU WMOIIT IN mi.VMIt a4 mIim4 ntlXK Tlax of Wtlah IHvlMna ta af Oct I In (M II. All mnOitloai irailar lo tlr.t DuUmn NINTH IHVIdloV KIOIITKKN TWICVTtrrilU YOfR WKIIHIT IN HII.VKK I'KIXK Tlnir o( N.ritb it briara nl lw.lu.l. ut Ocl IX tn Del H All rVH'UTItKX-TWKNTIBTH- UIVItlON t'rmnk tttotaloa I. lartwaaa (iMllar la KlrM IMTirtoa DIVISION HIKTKKN-TWKKTIRTHt 4 tarlat TOITH tt'KMJHT IN HII.VKU ot A tl ta JH. I. TIIK All lft Mb.t TIIK IMlaf tt atli.r TUB TUB .mh -C-tXTMHK-TWIINTtieTllt tira t4aa thrr allttr TUB cit.liln.i i.tiiiUr to imi.n rtrtt 1'ltnlon 1 aar TIIK o TKNTII DIVMIoN rill.K Tim nt Truth culidltlMii mnlr to TWKNTT T Every Week! rnl ini..n iiIi..ii t mi KNTfTII8 ! OR .imIhI Wllnl.K VVKIOIIT IN HII.VKH TUB Iu Oct II of IV I All ctl.r a REMEMBER It Is the MRSfCorrect THE MONEY. or Nearest Correct Guess which GETS (JI)WuM IWIillJ,, blr WAIININO of PulolUutH th htiM It l '".in.1 that nr ontratint lhtuihtt Mm r iKbl or la wriHin lan th ..bmIb a; inl.nilnnal j r.i. fmu.lttUntlj niitr-- t Hilt tt.t rib( ami civ nwrn mlK imI ! m..n. jr pn4 ant ltl .mljiui nur luiaia .lll rvtuin U. oinnurh rw.a ar bt uh CLiraato Into r'ouirr t.jr t"r" tln t4 'ni.uii( Lrtlb MIIik aamlwr af ar niti'cr: W. II. i.-i'-i'H. ALL nUKHHKS rauM Ut mad la orK.ln a oitb tb ig PHYSICIAN, fe. Tho Government engineers say that tho leveo from Hickman to Tiptonvillo will raiso tho flood on tho Missouri side f inchnot to exceed three and es ; but as tho Missouri sido is also to be levied, this increaso will only be temporary. -- Tho political speakers', fortunately for tho peace of mind of many good people, in the campaign so far have made no appointments for Hickman. wo suspect, tho conutry- savers and will be coming to seo us. spell-binde- for landslides when tho ides of HICKMAN, November cotno. whtoh nltl on AOMTtcaH t.Nbtlll. T.OM ) of lb ut TUurm4T, the nrt tK af lb NdTtmlwr 1 I4w tar tb ran-tf- t. itble th llwltt al Haw CONDITION NO. J-- All khm mult t mJ which aMH July 14 (c(abr at. ItpM All kmm mat ba in Ibk af- - If lulilalKbt Ortotwr tl, UM Im rlrrn with CONDITION NO 1 Tb actual aright af tb rani Mtilcitaat cDtraMv iHtti Ibe maott. IB your KWn altar It It at tblt CONDITION NO. rbanKi eaa b otfli f iiibwrlti-tlaa jrr'a tHlnrrtMthm w lor DOt.UMt CONDITION NO and al la lb 8Htl VMr AliH-rlto Itoth Ihr pltT In vkbl.h tblt ITr rli ku m mad of Nuibvllln. T.nn mutt acoiiiiaajr YOU CA. liKT a .specimen Copy of I III. .M'.MI-- tt I'XM.Y A.MI.I'ICAA ot our office, or drop flic I'tibllnlicrH n I'oMnl Curd, ami .it lb HMI-Vtkl- CONDITIONS UPON WHICH CONDITION NO 1 All ri nH I 1 THESE OFFERS ARE MADE: art ti Mr rM it !M No tnl lr ptft, . rl rMli n KENTUCKY ! 'I hey Will (ilu.lly houil You Otic. A 1imi-i- l nlfl hulv mititiminil lu.r t married daughter agaiust worrying her nusuanti too muen, ami concluded iv saying: ''My child, a man is like an egg. Kept in hot water a little while, no may oou son, ; our Keep mm .inero too long, and ho hardens," Now that tho lowly but nutritious Judge Bkcknkk, a bolting peanut has passed into tho hands of a Democrat, suggests as tho em trust witli a capital or 5,)00,tM0, it is blem of the Brown ticket, "two wortli whilo to consider that each year more than rl!0,000 acres of laud iu the roosters iu the act of fighting." United States aro planted in peanuts, A Mormon report sa,s that l!Kl and that tho retail value of the f rop, at Mormon unssiouMrias are at wink five cents a pint, is upward of folks charge The iu the Southern Slates, that Goebel, as Senator, voted Fulton Leader: Jesso Lenox, a I'UHMSIIKK'S NOTH'i:. against tho Separate Coach law, prominent citizen of South Fulton, and that this is tho reason th.it passed away at his homo about twelvo Wo desire to call your attention to o'clock last night. Ho taken ill some colored folks are for .Mr. last Tuesday night withwas congestive the remarkable oll'er wo make you In a chill, which developed into typhoid "Tho Hig Contest." The idea of givGoebel. . X . tuiel"' '" fever, causing his death last night. Ho ing a man his weight, iu silver dollars U was well known and well liked by something new and startling. It is ' Democrats, at every one. well The worthy your attention. The absolute VK flAVH .IDST UKCKIVI5I) A ('All OK tho Lexington Convention, reaffairness of "Tho Big Contest" can at once, as even the most practical firmed tho Chicago platform, free printers dlll'cr several thousands in thr-iall, and endorsed Brysilver and estimates. No educational or oilier qualification will oiler advantage in an for President, and hope to If yon need n Drill conic ami see u. v,. also have the Homier n,ill rft "Tho Hig Contest. " "The BlgCoutct ' that v arc Koinj' sell. bring success to theso decimaI wo you can lin is overylwdy's contest. You stand ;is uolliiiifr lu'licr, cither in price ,tr .junlity lUKKv l(. also mtii..' cheup Wc am good a chance as any other person oa tions by dividing tho advocates here, lor Ihikiiicns. and Iiiihiiics ih what wc wanl. If priee and quulity eonnl.s, we'll hcII voii. tho face of tho carlh. Would von of suuio at the polls. Who can possess your weight in Brand Now lo Don't forget wo aro Apiutri for tho Cuhibrated ' ' Shilling Silver Dollursy-Bdi- tor, Ulawe gold bugs If they rejniuef YuIciul ',"' 0lVL'P UliUlwl I'hiWH. anti-GoebrA -- Sunday, created of the wildest (lis scenes order known in that city since the Commune. In rosponso to appeals by two aiiachist or rovohi. tionury organs, a big nnarcliist meeting was held in the afternoon. Speeches of tho leaders were ho revolutionary that the police ar rested the speakers. The cioud then began marching the street., smashing windows of cliurrhcN, destroying altars and imagcN aiid othm contents of the churches, in tho meantime lighting with i hi police, seriously wounding phut al of them. The disorders were repeated at night, several more churches being desecrated ami several cafet destroyed. ANAKCH18T8, in Paris . anti-Goeb- Now is your opportunity to buy a pair of celebrated Brown Shoes. All go at cost at Buchanan's. r KENTUCKY WHEAT DRILLS, il. lR-i- . gjf SANDERS cS REEVES. t it 4 , A THE HICKMAN COURIER, Levoo Mo.ct on Opposire Side Major JitH 0. Hurrln, wlio Iiuh Htndled and closely in vonf ltiteil levees for ninny yeurej, Iiuh thle to Hii.v In response to the exuberated claim oT the New Madrid Mla Mouriiiii, Hint tint leveo from Hickman, ICi. to tliolil)ilat)(lflof Mud-riMend, Teiin,, would Increase the HondH on the iMluNOiirl hide front 8 to 10 feet: "Thepolllo iiiidKeiitleniiinly civil that that they had K"K'1 the hoino years iiko informed ino .MI.hhIh.s-ip- llciugc Wurrcu. HIOKMAN, KY., : : 1'IUDAY, AUU. ! 26, 18(H). Furniture! 4 Local and Personal. MIAW H. School begins next Monday Mr. John Nooiion, of Fulton, spent Suntluy in this city. l Nttfc- - HIk d c cr, Jf V This Store Of Ours Isn't a Rich Man's Store. -- ; 9 icui Jl t, nt Mouioagle IJr Mo., Hubert T. Douglass, now or Mum-phiIs in llio oily. -.- Ino. T. Dillon, or 1)0(1(18 vlllii, Miss., It In the city tlitH week. Henry Kiuernon spent several days liint Hi' it s, week, (if (illy till WUCK. Kit Ml'tillMMk, Of MlllllplliS, Spoilt days In the city lliln wtmk. l)r A. 11. Kvurso), of at Louis, visiting Ills brother, I. L. Kviivol Mr. II. U SundcrMind Utile daughters, or OiiruthcmvUlc, Mo., ncic in the elly this week. 1 WHS ill till) J. 0. tituhbs, Uuruthersvillo, Hk. Mug ill I'll when frtmii itolls, llmul, Fruits, Candies. hjH you wuni Nut mill -- ltv. YV. Hellny left Tmvday to mt a short vacation ill Trvuion ami (ill.Min WelU. Ten II. -- Mr. II. YV. HeynoliU mill MU. Jodie O'rltrey, daughter of tho into Ucorge (irllfey. wen married in (Jlinton on .Monday. - Mr. David linker, or llmdfnrd, hie Intin stntltlig several days in lltckiiiiin. visiting liln daughter, Mrs N. .1. onini I'uducuh Lewder: Mioses llmsln ami Ten-IH'wik- MaM Freiieh. of Hickman, srrlvisi Thursday luoniiiii; to 1st tlui guextsof the MKh Hmwell (jvnr ao vwirs m remik-tichcc - luiiriiiL-- Hint uiiloiitn. imil SiiIIh- f.ioiion guaranteed or money refunded I U' 2-U. YV. IlrtK. Miss Mercir, who bus ehurg of the Mlllxle id imrllliellt ill Illckllinll (Jtdlegc, Inn reiurmd. preparatory lo resuming the duties ol her wltloil. -- Mr. John Noouon, of Fulton, ami sUler, Mlv Mary Noouoii, of ihiscily. neatly left Monday for NlHgiu-t- i Fulls, ami a projected ono from New Mud vj MHnetil tllf naxteru rlllsi. fif ild to Cape (lirunlcnii, would ncein lliintiuiiiiii limntlit fin 11 Now is your chance lor a, nice Parlor Suit, (J pieces, cost 25.00, in Coluniitti cuiitulnpt. for the jiurjKoe of j to close tho tirgtitnont nguiiiHt our llltnslllctug the Mcd til I ltl-- STll(HI. Ill- - .Mlnhourl neighbor, mid to this sale 15.00. Also, a large lot ol'f'ouehcs, Lounges, Ladies Box iinre it vim want Mimewed lisli the fuel Unit Tt'titiehMce and Couches, nml Upholstered Hooking Chairs, which we will sell below ' '. .1 (! CIiih-rut nnictl tunnel cost. These goods must go. Sunday. Ituung ceiit nlmt iwo eek Iveiitiicky are feallj iiutinu in f Come anil examine and be convinced.' at Miiiitcoglc ami Trary City, Teiin., delense by ntteinptliiu to build 1 river at Hicknmn, Ky., hy taking the depth and w Idth and velocity or the uurrunt, and iiKain below at the hih laud or L.'il.e county anil ahcertaiued tho voluini) or water iouriiiK ihroiiK'h the ovcrllow into Kculloot Lake, ami if the name was restrained by levuu and thrown back Into the river, it would not iucreiwe the height or the water ulte I Inches from No. 10 Island around to Kcclroot Lauding, '!( miles below New Madrid, and it would make no there, as the water tlmiUKh Heelloot Lake nearly all gets hack into the river at that jKiint The idea suggested in your editorial that the river IhiIow Island No. 10 or on the Missouri shore would he eight or ten feet higher by reason of this levee from Hickman, Ivy , to Luke county, is simply alisitnl and sheer nonsense, which a moineut'H rcllcutlou will hhow. While the from Hickman, Ivy., to the highland in Lake county is W miles, the water parses into lice lfum Lake in a V shape, and lowyrdinvn in the lake be1st, tween the highland in L.ike county ami the hills in Uhion county, Teiin , it is not over 'i or miles wide ami six to elL'ht feut deep, so that all the water liNivliigthe MLsslwiippi river must puss This will lie tin (ireillest S.ilo of Furniture that Hickman lias ever through this neck or narrow place, ami any mini with even a small amount of Hfluw wo iintun a few of llio many IJnrgaius: witneshcil. river M'lme, who would rethsjt a mofigure ami consider ment, make Mime the small effect of amount or water 8 Seti Walnut Ciiik; Seat Dining Olmirs, worth $7.o0 to Si 2.00, in thrown back over a river 10 to 00 feet .00 to this silo loop, two miles wide, with 10 index an 2 iloz. Wiilnut Uookinn C'hitir., worth $1.00 to 5G.00, in this sale, hour current, anil spread out ( 8 1. fif) to 2.00. over an overflowed terrrltory from Donor In miles wide to tit. I) do.. Walnut Hal Hacks, worth aldson 1'oint in this sale, I0. John linyou, would certainly lower Ills I Walnut Mall Tree, worth SI 2.00, in this sale, 0.00. estimate of S or 10 feet deep to a very M Dictionary or Hook .Stands, cost to (j.00, iu this salt', $1 to row Inches." .50. We also have a large assortment of Heed Koeking Chairs, Childs T.'ig further fact tlml n levoo from l't. Pleasant, io, to Now Hocking Chairs, Cots, Tables, Clothes Hacks, Uvih, Pictures, Etc., will go at 10 per cent, below cost. nil closed up, and Orleans, n It's a Store for Everybody! It is a place where the poor man's dollar will boy the biggest one hundred cents worth ho ever saw, nud where thoHtylish man's money will purchaso tho latest styles. Come and look and convince yourself. People know thoy get good Shoes here, and our prices aro always fair. That's sulllcieut to keep our business growing as fiwt ns wo could wish it. We aro Our Great Clearing Sale WILL BEGI1T .lis-taiic- o Saturday, Aug, 19th, And continue until Sept. re ivlng Oar Fall and Winter Goods. The Drew Selby Ladies Fine Shoes Surpass any previous season's showing. (1 Uloth Top Shoes look like others sold nt Three Dollars. Your money back if you wuut it. S.Bl&)(flYLOB. UPHOLSTERED GOODS. Bread IS THE STAFJT OK . . . AND TO OET . . . LIFE I M-l- tery ilHiunlly ami lcnellclully. Buchanan is closing tiio Iliok'niitiiiud TltUoiivllle leveo Stephens & Smith. m GOOD FRESH BREADS OO TO THK out at Cost. Attorney Looky DnmdiUon, or Tip tonville, Teiin., was In th" city Weil iitmduy tin mule tu .MnultHtglu. and ul to phieo his daughter in mihnol at Cleveland, Teiin. Kmtulph (Huxer, who hits lecn away three weeks visiting u brother, sister ami cousin in Ilutlalo, N Y., whom he hail not seen for 411 yuan, ret urinal home Saturday hud, inuch improved am. with his trip. Mr Dr Jus. V. Mott, of Dexter, Mo. after H'nilliik' hevenil iliu'n with her uncle. Mr. It. it Utiruett ami family, on Troy avenue, tell hint week, hy Mr H J Htinitt for lneMtk. Teiin , to vUlt rrlatlvi Special ntleutinu to Hardware hell kimmIk at MtAW'.s. Mr Lniii'.L Caldwell, th vener-nhlfather of Dr. Delia (Jttldwttll. and oiitt of th oldnM lawyer III the .Slate, ImvliiK 1m( u admitted to the lHir in in IMO, after visiting hU daughter Mime months, returnwl thl.t morn home, in CurUiiiilahi, iiiK to his III Paducali Ni'wu. Sec Huelianan's Cost prices on Duck and Straw Hats. linrlli- - .tln.i lichl W. R. WEBSTER, ' -- Hew City Bakery. D 13 A MSR 1 IN- - Bread, Calces and Pies Baked Daily ! IIKA.TUAIlTJ3Itfc lciul. t. Many of our clti.eiis will be sincerely grieved to letirn of the death of Mr. SOLK AOKNT FOR CIiiih. Maylleld, who dieil in Fulton, ' STANDARD" Unaoln Connt.v. Peubody Oluli. luewlay. after a brief illuow of typhoid rever. The dweiisis;! was roruierly a UNION Ull'Y TKNN. clerk in the house or II. Huchauau, ami In that iHHiiioti had an ox tended acquaintance, and win universally a faI 11 in enabled to sell, nnd hereby ofler you, four full vorite. He was the sou of Mr. John W. DKAlt Slit: (UiirlH of MIOIiliWOOD" Seven year old. Double Distilled, KYB May field, of Uuycc, ami was lorn and WIIISKKY, KXPKKSS PIUM'AlD. ruined in this county. The past year he I propose to ship on approvnl, in plain Boxes with no marks to inluul cugngrd in b::luc.s at Fulton, and dicate contents. When you receive it and test it, if it is not satisfacwe Imru had tine prosjwcirt of kuccisjs. tory return it nt m.y expense and I will refund you $3.00. This is n l'ew young men pujoyml inore genenil most liberal oflVr and I nwuii your orders. Yours very truly. gMHl will and high est com. UK KIOTliCKl' Ml) FOIt llllMluVM!ily IIILMllk Tropical and Domestic Fruils, Fine Chocolates and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, SPECIAL OFFER rnr$.00. and KKSTAURANT in connection. Come See Us 1 VCE CREAM PARLORS ICE COLD DRINKS served Telephone 99. from our Arctic Fount. iTew City Bakery. pnut .Sdilc I, lite Hem. Key. Sum .Ion cm liig Bargains at II. Htichanan's Closing Sale. Home Ice The in xl KpiccoiKil Cream will ImhitviiI hy Mm. Win. on the lieaiitlful KiinindH at her reMdeiiiMi, next Tliumluy evening Iroin ft lo It p in. TluiM' receptions have pniveii very pleiiMint and under the mamiKeiiieut or the dellKhtful li(ntt' thl will lie one ol the UKMt pleasant or llre-van- the teriei. As next .Sunday will close my work n.s p.wlcir or the MaptUt Chureli at thix lnvi yxeryone place I hIiiiII In cl'iil t whocitii come to ImiIIi Mirvlccs. At the jiinrnliiK hour the honl willing. ' to preach nil thelollowlni; hiilijcct At The Iriuiie Foe of Christianity.' ntuhl, (iiMl'wpnriMiM in Man." V W. Himsi:it, I'.istor. Plans have hecii jH'rfecUil Tor the celuhiiitiou or the i.tli anniversary or the foumliiiK' of Clinton College. The piiiKNlin luiw liecii arrailfjed hy the itiiiiiiilllee, lliep.iltles uotllled and (,x-iclo-m- : I in mi! InstaiKKss favorahlo rcsN)iisas hnvo Hituii iwnivml. Notice is kivoii lo the old xliuleiiirt, triomlhor thu lliojiiwinil public that the ex urciso will U liojil in tlioi'olleuii chapel Friday .ifteniiKin ami eveiiliiK of Sept. Irtt. Annie, of near Hickman, were kihwIh ot tlui fainily of Mr. F 1'. Hallow, at Falrviow, u few ilayn or the latter part or last week. Whtlo there llio youn ladies were invited, toKether with MIhms Flllu Hallow, Olllo Howell ami Messrs. Ul.iil Moss, Finis Hay and Olnus. Vniicc, the latter person from McUracken county, to Mrs. H. II. Wohh'rf to attend an liil'alrKiveu In their honor. The youiiK liullcri iiiiiiln numerous 1'rieiid.s mid during their visit, ami the Had looks which kIiowh so plainly on Home of the boys' faces uu to proo Unit they will hu Kindly welcomed buck iituny um, Tliny iTincn HIKl-(IIIHiiHlliomrcM, Come anil p'l you one. They mo koihI khxIs, and mi cheap. Il.irdwell Star: Mr. John Hallow ami iUiikIuwh, Misses KohC, Kuinia and Sanders & reeves ruirugd liotuo Mouility, will deliver one of his famous lectures Miss Maggie J ell'ress. of Martin, Tenn at Union City, at the Opera House, 011 is visiting Miss Nina Maddox. the night or Sept. ?th, ISHIl. Hchcrvcd Mr. John II. Jones is sick of fever nt Heats now on sale at Woosley's at Trie. this writing Hcduced rates on railroad from HickCrtice Holm ami Nina (Menu, of llichritun, sK'iit last week with the man and all iMiints. Oct your tickets early. ruiullyof W. M. Hacoii. Hoy Shaw is just recovering rrotn an Surprise Wedding. attack or rever. visMr. and Mrs. W. N Hraslleld are MAY1MKL1), Kv Ana. 17. Miss iting Mr and Mrs. Swan H. Hurrus. (Hen Hoaeli visit-tn- l Nannie Gloycs. one of Maylleld'n Ccorge Oliver and most beautiful young women wan hi Paducali last week. i) o'clock lust night lo Misses Nina and Lillio Maddox leave married ut .Mr. John Haskell, Hiiperiiitendent next week for Fredericktown, Mo., to of the round house al Houston, attend school, h Wilson, who was formerly em- Texas. The wedding- was at tho ployed in the store or A M. Shaw, at bride's homo nud was eurj rise this place, has accented a position with to every one. They left ut 4 n'clonk M. H. Shaw at Hickman. for 'IV .n h. Mr. Huokell whh lsit. r Miss Nina Maddox entertained a iug brothrr here, ntitl the wed-dinher friends Thursday evening. was quite romance, he linv-inA revival is in progress at the Poplar only met the bride a few days drove Huptist chuioli. The i hrtslian .Sunday School spent since. ml creek. last Saturday llshingoii Story of u Mine. Mr. CJcorge It Threlkeld is going io To bo IkiuikI hand and foot for years u nice house Work build hy the chains of di.sctice is the worst will begin next week. form of slavery. (Sen, I). Williams, of Miss Lena Threlkeld has returned Manchester, Mich., says: "My wife Iiuh cousin, Miss Minnie been from a visit to her mi helpless for live yenrs that she Alexander, at Mt. 'ion. could not turn over in bed alone. After Mr. Isaac Shiill' received the material using two lKittlcs of Electric Hitters she for his new residence Monday, and work is wonderfully improved and able to do will begin right soon. her own work." This supremo remedy Arthur M. Sliaw spout Wednesday in for female diseases quickly cures slccplcssneNS, headache, melUnion City. .Messrs. Dave and Jim Maddox will ancholy, backache, fainting ami dizy leave lor Lexington tho 1st of .Septem- spells, it is a godMMiil to weak, sickly, people. Cure guaranteed. ber to attend the A. and M. College. Only fiOe. Sold by all druggists. Shaw, of Hickman, spent i few Paul days Ibis week with relatives hero. Leonard Maddox ami Will Bacon leave this week fur a Tow days' stay at The next session of Hickman College Dawson Springs Harry Matson wunt to Nashville this will begin next Monday, August ttstli. All children in thu District between the week. ages of 0 and SO years aro entitled to atTom Prat her, Jr. visited friuiulri lit tend the literary department free, nud Mt. Kinu lust week. parents are requested to send their chilMrs. Fdwiim Hogero and daughters, dren tho llrst day so that tho elaxses Misses Lueilo ami Kdwinu, who have may bo properly organized Thu music been visiting friuuds hero for severul class will be under tho inaitngciueut of days, returned Monday to their homo Miss Mercer. Tho tuition for music In Jfmlorioktovvu, Mo. will bo $4.00 por month, Tub Tkustkkh, SUltSCIHJIBH, Ai-i11 uuin-Ihro11 t' g r W It. WKBSTKK. s The Racket Sale! -- - 3 Everything Goes 25 Per Cent. Below Cost!& LADIES AND MISSES SHOES, tlitit were SI. 00, I.JiO, 2.00 and 2.50,.. ....now 50o, 7fe, $1.00 and 1.25 1.50. 11 TOWKLS, 10f, loo, ami 20c per puir. HOSE, two pairs for 15c STUAW MATS, 5c, 10c, 15oand 20c. VKL'V HATS, 50c, 75c nml $1.00. TRUNKS, $1.25 and . VALISES, 00c, 40c und 50c CLOCKS, 75e, 85o and 5)5. BABY 11IBHON, 10 jards lor 25 cents. two-stor- PKAUIj HU'ITOXS, IHClrS, 5c, lOu uml I loz. for 25c RUBBER ELASTIC, 2Jo and SHIRTS, from 75c So yard. s iS 15c BOX WRITING PAPER, 5o and lOo. 15o to s, WINDOW SUA DKS, 10c' lun-ilow- n Hickman College. -- tliat were w. und 25c, .. i.i now 5c and 10c. Numerous oilier Bargains lliat cannot be mentioned. Come and he convinced. I Racket Store, Ky. Hickman, pr ?;?" " If w r?y.y - r those churches, from the way the ladles tempt and who ought to excite Ue conH'KINLEY'S MODESTY. OPPORTUNITY OF DEMOCRATS PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. their fans, you know that they are tempt of every man und woman, .t not so much impressed with the heat us i. the du ', he ItrlKlit of Absurdity Itrachtri A Time fur Wisdom anil Counsel "Spouter snys he dreamed he vin with the picturesqucness of half dis- who, perfumed until the nir is actual, .ml I In- - CnnaollUatltin of hy Our Ks making u grout peoch last night, mid Dr. Talmage Draws Some Lessons closed fentures. Four puny souls stand ly sick, spends the summer in striking the 1'nrtjr. reutlvc. fot so wrought up Hint lie tumbled out in the organ loft and squall n tunc that killing attitudes, nnd waving sentifrom Our Annual Outings. bed." "1 sec. He took the floor." Grcnt nre courage, sobriety, Industry, hope which beats eternal In of nobody knows, nnd worshipers, with mental adicux, nnd talking Infinlteslm.u That 'ove, charity, niodestx, but the great-sto- f tlo human breast Is a concomitant ot Philadelphia Bulletin. $2,000 worth of diamonds on the right nothings, nlnd finding his heaven in "Look uutl I'm nfter you," shouted these Is modesty. Our noble cxecu-;l- e democratic faith. A long lease ol hand, drop n cent into the poor box, mid the set of n lavender kid glove. Hoots ' Dnnicrrn nnl Trniptntluns That Sor has of these qualities a plenty, hut power, nbly and discreetly exercised the seal Inuitei. "I don't give u wrap," Is pronounced, as tight as nn inquisition. TwoJionrs then the benediction rouuil Our Watrrlni; Places " nnd the farce is ended. The toughest of consummate skill exhibited in the jf modesty he has enough to go around through the formative period of ouriiii replied tho humorous seal, disappearNccemilty of n Period of moment.-Standnrthing I ever tried to do was to be good tic of a flashing cravat. Ills conversa- bis entire cabinet if he could only tlonnl existence, and until long nftei ing under the waves nt thnt lnoecnnntlon. nnd Catholic Times. the members to take some of It. at n watering plncc. The nir is be tion made up of "Ahsl" and "Oh&l" the experimental stage of our instltu Kdvvln "Bow do you know that It In the old days, when h.ishjully witched with the "world, the flesh and and "He lies!" tlons was passed, gave way to n scrie r Copyright, 1SW. by Louis Klopseh that he was really the author of reverses no less rcniarkuble. J)e was u man that wrote the novelV" is only one counterpart to such the devil." There nre Christians who, There the story takes over At this scnson 6f the ycnr, when All in three or four weeks in such n j lace, n man as that, and that is the frmhv of the tariff measure which bore his mocrncj nns had n comparatively small Helen "Bccnuseyenrs, mid the heroine a period of ten In aftertlmcs, when, hailed as part in the direction of public affair n vacation are taking it, have had such terrible rents made hi young woman ut the watering places; uiuuc; who can get this discourse of Dr. Talmage is sug- their Christian robe that they had to her conversation made up of French he shining exemplar o( protection, lie since ISttO, ct it has never thought of nvivcr changes her dress but once." The text is keep darning it until Christinas to get moonshine; wiiat rJie has In her head it ood on the floor of congress, clad In abandoning organization, has nevel The Rival. gestive anil appropriate. I'nliuppily Impressed.- "- She (who only equaled by what she has on her light gray 'Triuee Albert," n red rose failed to make a stubborn tight for John 5:L', ."?: "A pool, which is called it mended. The health of n great many people back; useless ever since she was bom, in his lapel, his right hand thrust Into supremacy, and has never relinquished did not know they were to meet) in the Hebrew tongue Bethesda, liming makes an annual visit to some mineral and to be useless until she is dead, s his bosom; still later, when he depre- the underlying principles of Its polltl "Whv, Mi. Brown, this Is a pleasant live porches. In those lay a great multshe becomes an intelligent Chris- cated the ardor of worshipers who en I creed. The inherent, vitality of surprise!" He (who tlld)-- "l can't nl itude of impotent folk, of blind, halt, spring nn absolute necessity, but take withered, uniting for the moving of the your Bible along with you, and take an tian. We may ndmire music and fair likened him to the great .Napoleon, party that can thu ilse confident and together say that It Is so to me, Mis hour for secret prayer every day, faces and graceful step; but amid the agreeing blushlnglj that he resembled delimit from continued defeats is such Jones." Punch. water." "Borcsome spoke for neaily nn hour Outside the city of Jerusalem there though you be surrounded by gulTaw hcartlcssness nud the inflation and the the Corslcnu in brain, but ntcrrlugthnt ns to Insure succesii If Its wisdom will nt the meeting last night." "Yes. I was a sanative watering place, the pop- and saturnalia. Keen holy the Snb fantastic influences of our modern wa- physically he was of larger and slim- not prevent a dl.sslpitlou of such splt-govdid courage and stiength. left when I heard him say that there ular lesort for invalids. To this day bath, though they deride you nsa big- tering places beware how you make mer build; still later, when, as ernor of Ohio, he granted only under The reliance of the republican part lifelong covenants. wus really nothing new to be said upon Ik a dry basin of rock which shows oted Puritan. Stand off from gambling there Another temptation hovering nil extreme pressure that he was the domi- upon some fatal blunder on the part the subject. I knew that meant that that there mny hae been a pool there hells nnd those other institution which around our watering places is Intoxi nant unJt of the republican part , ami of the opposition has too often been he would go on Indefinitely."-Bost- on 3C0 feet long, 130 feet wide nnd 75 feet propose to imitate on this side the wawas surrounded by five ter the iniquities of Let eating beverages. 1 am told that it Is aubscqiientl.x, when heshrlnklngl.v per- vurilled. There has Wen want of lead- Transcript. 'deep. This pool idolbunch pia?ns, or porches, or bathing houses, your moral nnd your Immoral health becoming more and more fashionable mitted ton liny his of enthusiastic has ership uud of gem ralship. Instead o! Clarissa "Hem let ta, you needn't trj debts iiindcs! massing strength forces have been neat. to deceive mo you hnve some" painful the patients tarried until the keep pace with your physical recupera- Lr women to drink. I care not how aters his where chlefest, most charming char- tercd mid divided against thtiusclvc. well a woman may dress, If she has been r iiiaii." time when they were to step into the tion, nnd remember that all the is ns much a part of our There Is n lack of tolernuce within thu memories connected with that nnd chalybeate springs ennuot do taken enough of wine to flush her acteristic. It 'water. So far as relnvigorating was Henrietta "Well, I think so. He kepi as are his ruler part.v, n failure to bear and forbear, me d reused up hot afternoons nt thai concerned, it must have been a Sara- you so much good as the healing, cheek and put a glassiness on hsroyc. hem toga and a Long Branch on a small perennial flood that breaks forth from she is drunk. She may be handed Into shoes. eyeglasses nnd patent leather to inodlfv individual und factional opin- watering place Inst summer, mid then ions so as to iciteh such an avowal ol scale; a Leamington and a Brighton the "Bock of Ages." This may be j our a $2,500 carriage and have diamonds The other day wti were I'lfornicd that principles ns will receive loyal and eon. didn't propose." Life enough to astound the Titlanys she is e combined medical a: d therapeutic. hist summer. If so, make it a fit Caller "I understand that your drunk. She may be a graduate of the he uouM not attend the New York seloutloiiH support from till. With thl Tradition says that ..t a certain season of Heaven. distinguished himself at the banecremonitft of welcome to Admiral concessionary spirit prevailing thu of the vetir there was an oilieer of the quet last wi ruing." Mrs. Riimby "IW Another temptation hoering around best young ladles' seminary aud the Dpwcv. Men of prominence lmte democrats hnvr one of the lineal fight. gov eminent w ho w ould go dow n to that nearly nil our watering places is the daughter of some man in danger of him, committees hae called ing opportunities presented thnn in slbl.v ; but it was more thnn ho could dc being nominated for the presidency-s- he Water and pour in it some healing qualwhen he reached homo." horse racing business. We all admire is drunk. You may haen larccr upon him, the wires lmw tingled with half ti ccuturv. ity, and after that the people would the horse, but we do not think that its Abncr'Tlils here Hper mention of pleading from dothum's Merely for the sake of prenrntlttg I have, ami you may mt'ngt-Hut I beauty or speed ought to be cultured at vocabulary than tame and get the meditation. highest uud best, but nil to no purpose this view of the case in Its strongest 'bout diplomatic rein lions with Spain prefer the plain staW ment of Scripture, the expense of human degradation. The sty in regard to her that she is "con- Wh. ? Because he not willing to rob What nir dlplouintle right Id bein' rcmimcd. light, nseiime that it would tfii.it at a certain enson an angel came horse rr.ee is not of such as vivial" or she is "merry" or she is "fes- Deuex of the glor) that Ik longs to bring our flnnnelal svmmh under the relations, anyhow?" Joah "Reckon down and stirred up or troubled tl.c wa- - the human race. The Bible intimates tive" or she Is "exhilarated." but yon him; Ikciiim1 lit! is not willing to iVraw they must be the kind that ihkhI their dominion of those faroring free silver. and then the people came and got that a man is better than a sheep, and I ennnot with nil your garlands of visit our farm." Philadelaari lewe coer up the plain fact that it th cms of the multitude from because It i the evhUuce of oho attemptpoliti- vacation ter healing. That angel of God that suppose he is better than n horse, phia Record. and ct utcr them on hi nisei f; shrewdest the conviction of the case of drunk. stirred up the Judaean watering place though, like Job's stallion, his neck i nn Now, the watering places nrc full of he wilt not have the people tu split their cal prophets that the thing can nut W had his counterpart in the urge) of heal- be clothed with thuuder. Horse races .THE SUNFLOWER. thnn la more throat ind deafen him with cheers that ing who, in onr da., steps Into the min- in olden times were under the ban of temptations to men nnd women to tip- should lie reserved for Dewej; be- done .Nothing of thifc certainin the Imhh that the imi waters of Congress or Sharon or Christian people, and in our day the ple. At the close of the teupln or bil- cause he believes that, fur this occa campaign forcing loae th mi poor I ol ITrll) l.lllle 'I Mir of llir Walrt would .X)li(ili Cljtlr, Wlio Wnm Sulphur Spi .! s. tr into the salt pea at same institution hns come up under fic- liard game they tipple. At the close of sion oitl, Dewey Is entitled to the cen(An reantagonistic CapaMayandjNnlmnt, where, multitudes titious names. And it is called n "sum- the cotillion they tipple. Seated rn ter of the stage. It Is like him like our many who nre In its present io Turnril lulu line. attitude. publican tKirty wlionnvvoYn out with commercial and mer meeting," nlmost suggestive of the piazza cooling themselves off the v mode-itnltruUtlo, Why, then, commit tht folly of makThere U hardl.v an v one who cannot professional anxieties, as well as those positive religious exercises. And it is tlpple. The tinged glasses come aroui d chestv, imperial chief. ing it an iiiNtriiiueiit of art.i d,fpat'. catch ii glitHMv of the sonieliinei with bright straws nnd they tipp). who arc afillctcd with rheumatic, neu- called an "agricultural fair," suggest"Ills own judgment." we are told by strtngth ralgic and splenetic diseases, go and nrc ive of everything that is improving In First thev take "light wines," ns tin the dispatches "his own sense of Jus- Why ntlfiiate it it element of the next saiH-v- , sometimes sad face In the piny that might Insure a victory In rtltilly closby the thousands. These blessed the nrt of farmiL. but under these de- call them, but "light wines" ore hcavv tice nnd heartsease cured prnpriity, hi natural inclina national eontett? As ban been snlri und the eves one By seo mnny pretty ing UethcMlasare scattered all up and down ceptive titles are the same cheating, i.iough to debase the appetite. Thci tion to idh States senator, vvhc gic Dewey nil of the credit that by an is not a very long road between chain our country. und the same betting, and the same pagne at five dolbrs a bottle aud whiv Is coming to him weighed more heavily supported Bryan: 'The alivcr ques- child faces in the Hnsy bed. But of a We are at u season of the year when drunkenness, and the same vagabonddlfiVienl chiss is the face of Ch tic (the ky at ten cents a glass. Satan has thiy e ii. the 1ml. i nee than all of the plead- tion U not llw only laaiio which con rail trains are ln"n with passenger age, and the same abomination that or four grades down which he tails ings, arguments and InducruientH. Ho fionts the American people It It not sunflower). She was u water nymph. All the joy and baggage ui their way to the mounwere to be found tinder the old horse men to destruction, unc man lie he finally decided to Important oiie," and talis it was that in Washington during the even the most truer now than when the nnd brightness of her llft, she felt, oaiuc tains and the hikes aud the seashore. racing system. quit-th statement la up and through one spree pitches lift i Multitudes of our eitiers are away for from the glowing sun above, to whom I never knew n man yet who could into .ternal darkness. That is a rare hubbub and turmoil of the Dewey re- made It. n 'restorative absence. The city heats wonder .. inured can J on t.j. ception. The original plan of the The Imperial policy of the ndmluUtrn she looked up in turf llt! Dewcj are pursuing the people with toreh nnd give himself to the leasures of the bat- case. Very scUIoin committee was for the president, tion, the miprrci dented reign of trnnti und iiiliiiirntlou. Aud It was but natural of time and not be a, man whj will be such a fool as thjt, fear of sunstroke. The long, silent halls for a long reach her should change to hook up their Satan will take another man to a grade, nccompnnKd by Vice President Ho. nnd the underlying principles of democ- that for admiration she looked nwny love, of sumptuous hotels nre all abuzz with tered in morals. They on spanking team and put their sport- to n descent nt an angle about like tie hart mid the cabinet, to meet the ad- racy ns bearing upon the problem ol from thnt whenerer fner, to her excited urrhnls. The antlers of Adironbright cjra, miral nt quarantine. The Idea was shoulc tnke dack deer rattle under the shot of city ing cap nnd light their elgar and road Ponnajivnnla coal shoot or the Mount there the president should extendthat the best popular government, accept- blinded by Its brilliancy, the world arid to inspire a platform jKiiticulnrlv the reins nnd dasli down on the Washington rail track, and shove him sportsmen, the trout make fatal snap at the admiral the tliauU. and greetings able to the innssca, and If It Is not pro- nnd nil things rise seemed blnrk and the hook of adroit sportsmen, who toss to perdition! The great day at Sara- off. Hut this is very rare. When of a grateful public. For u time the vided them, without the financial plank comfortless. toga nnd Brighton Beach and Cape May ns he was io worship, the himrt-1ctheir spotted brilliants into the game and nearly all the other watering places man goes down to destruction, Satin president looked uimhi this plan with to which they onnnot subscribe, - the brings him to a plane. It is nlmosip basket; the baton of the orchestral lcad-;- r sun god, AimiIIo, grew tired of seefavor nnd he came near to giving it onus of defeat nnd the continuance ol taps the music stand on the hotel is the day of the races. The hotels nre level. The depression is so slight that his sanction. Hut the more he thought ing I hi countenance turned ever togreen, nnd American life has put on thronged, every kind of equipage is jou can hardly see it. The mar. does over It the more he became convinced current mUrule will be charged to the ward him. Indeed, so ardently did it mnkcrs. It Is n tlm forwU reflect his gleam that he festal array, and the rumbling of the taken up at an almost fabulous price, not actually know that he is on the 'hut he .should do nothing that might platform council, nnd seemed to Ik the men of tin held to dom In and there are many respectable people down grade, and it tips only a little tenpiu alley, nnd the crack of the ivory thnt one ot n kind ol party should address theniehe seri- fascination. Of course withwould mingling with jockeys and gamblers toward darkness just a littlr. And the dim the luster of Dewey'sstar " balls on thogreen-baizebilliard tables, never that We ask a eommon-senpublic: ously to this question of securing nu men firt mile it is claret and the second ir.ile and the jolting of the barroom goblets, and libertines and do. Grass nnd flowers nnd trees would and flashy women. The bartender stirs it is sherry nnd the. third mile' It is "Isn't that delicious?" and nwnit nn nnny that will give triumph to thru soon lie so parched nnd dried nnd the explosive uncorking of the thnt their aftlrnuttvc reply in confidence. George cause. It Is clenrly a choice betwcei champagne bottles, and the whirl and up the brandy smash. The bets run punch and the fourth mile it is ale Dcuej commanding an American sacrificing everything or gaining th very life would wither nwny. high. The greenhorns, supposing all and the fifth mile it is whisky and the the rustle of the ballroom dance, and is Still Clytlr gnrd with burning, fair, put in their money soon enough sixth mile it is brandy, nnd then it gets squadron not especially powerful in much that seems nttnln.iblr. Delroii the'clattering hoofs of the race courses ryes Into the henrt of her god weight or numbers, sailed nt nighttime Free Press. and other signs of sbciai dissipation at- to lose it. Three weeks before the steeper nnd steeper and steeper, untl! through n narrow passage, over water hut found it empty of nil love fcrher. test that the season for the great Amer- race takes place the struggle is decided, it is impossible to stop. "1ook not tho: which he believed to harlior mines, nnd Worse than blank It wns. for n great MATERIAL ENOUGH. ican watering places is in full play. and the men in the secret know on upon the wine when it is red, when it dared death in so doing. Beginning acanger toward that chnriii which hell which steed to bet their money. The givetli its color in the cup, when it n Music! Flute and drum and him tniustlxed wns fast filling It. Willi tion of daylight, lie achieved one of the Plentj ii f linitra for Democrat! Hie .Vnl I'realilenllnl and clapping cymbnls wake the men on the horses riding around long moveth itself aright. At the last it most complete naval victories of the a last mighty effort he turnril nvvay t4iininlKn, echoes of the mountains. Glad am I ngo arranged who shall win. Leaning biteth like a serpent and stingeth like ages, without the loss of a man, crushed with a resolve Hint he would novel that fagged-ou- t ugnln bless that Inud with hU light. American life for the from the stand or from the carriages an adder." Spain's strength in Asiatlo waters, not now determine Democrats should Whether you tarry nt home which most part has on opportunity to rest" nrc men and women o absorbed in the Nine dn Clytlr sat on the coh knelled the (town fall of thai kingdom and that nerves racked nnd destroyed struggle of bone and muscle and mettle will be quite as safe and perhaps quite and heralded to a watching world that what issues shall be emphasized and ground, with her unbound hair streama grand harvest for the as comfortable or go into the country, whnt subordinated in 1900. Wisdom to- ing over her shoulders. Other lover will find a Bcthesdn. I believe in water- that they make the spirit of dead Decatur lived in Lei wooed ing places. They recuperate for active pickpockets, who carry off the pocket-book- s arm yourself against temptation. The American seamen William McKInley, day may be madness her; the gentle breeze MhmmI Men grace of God is the only safe shelter, democrats evcr.v where be wiser than and sought to lorn her thoughts hrr nnd the portcmonnaics. service many who were worn out with from a republican politician, a congressman serpents nnd more harmless even thur. trouble or overwork. They are nation- looking on see only a string of horses whether in town or country. Thereare of no marked force, an average Ohio her lost love to himself; the dew doves'. Let them wnltmid possess theli dropped quietly beside with their riders flying around the watering places accessible to all of us. al restoratives. herntid even engovernor, was made president of this Let not the commercial firm begrudge ring. But there is many a man on that You cannot open n book of the Diblc republic by the mistakes of his oppo- souls in patience. Political history folded her in his embrace. But there nrr the clerk, or the employer the journey- stand whose honor and domestic hap- without finding out some such water nents. In more thnn two years of in- making rapidly nowadays. Men nnd she sat, tnstlng neither food nor drink weighed each hour In the balance man, or the patient the physician, or the piness nnd fortune white mane, white ing place. Fountains ojx'n for sin and cumbency he has given a sternly nn-She gned toward the clouded sky In their value accurately appraised. He Wells of sahaliTn. clnireh its pastor a season of inoccupa- foot, white flank are in the ring, unclennllness. uiirelirvcil exhibition of vacillation, roes rise and full in the popular mind vain longing. Still ns each day dnwned tion. Luther used to sport with his racing with inebriety and with fraud Streams from Lebanon. A flood struck weakness, petty polities, subservience she caught but one glimpse of the sun conic mid go on the great stngr before he turned his horses uwny children; Kdinund Burke used to caress and with profanity nnd with ruin-bl- ack out of the rock by Moses. Fountains to lo.scs, deference to incompetent and strrtched out before us. The republicneck, black foot, black flank.- in the wilderness discovered by Hajfjr. hisrfnvorite horse; Thomas Chalmers, desire an party has in Its three years of iwivvei swept on to the west. go the horses in that Water to drink and water to bathe in. subordinates and an Inexcusable Neck nnd neck in xbe dark hour of the church's disrupSoon her limbs became rooted to thn to defend and protect rascals. done all It could contrive to do todrny tion' plajed kite for recreation so I mora) Epsom. White horse of honor; The ricr of Ood, which is full of water. Yethrlor, he fears that his presence will down the name of the republic mid ground and hrr streaming hair turned wan. told by his own daughter and the black horse of ruin. Death says: "I Water of which if a man drink he shall "Dim the luster of Dewey's star!" The into petals, llnshlng nut around her make It a ruin and n shame to every busy Christ said to the busy apostles: will bet on the black horse." Spec- never thirst. Wells of water in the absurd could no further go. Chicago beholder. They have broken the rec- face like the rays of the sun gisl himof Baca. Living fountains of water. Chronicle. "Come yo apart awhile into the desert tator says: "I will bet on the while self. Kvery morning, ords for political Infamy since IsOik sunflower turns on Its so they say, this and rest yourselves." And I have ob- horse." The white horse of honor a A pure river of water as clear ns crysstem, und Clytie, go on with tlnir ;vniv, let them served that they who do not know how little way ahead. The black horse of tal from under the throne of God. sad nnd somber, looks out from her PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS. work, (live them nil the rope golden halo These are watering places accessible to (o rest do not know how to work. But ruin, Satan mounted, all the time gainof petnls nud follows with Let them multiply they would like. ing on him. Spectator breathless. nil of us. We do not hnz n lalwinous . I have to declare this truth y mournful eyes the course of Apollo's is not exactly known whnt that it Let Infidelities onu hundredfold. some of our fashionable watering places They put on the lash, dig in the spurs. packing up before we start only the chariot- .- Chlcngo Record. and Hobart nre doing In the their nre the temporal and eternal destruc- There! They are past the stand. Sure. throwing away of our transgressions. woods together, but it is suspected flint them monopolize that field. Let them Han Ilaaehnll for a Tomtiitnnr. tion of "n multitude that no man can Just ns I expected. The black horse of No expensive hotel bills to pay; it is they arc celebrating their esenpe from continue to worship the shrines of their, The grave of Willlnm A. Ilulbcrt. in iiaisin, Algcrism and OtlsUin. Let race, and all the gal- "without money nnd without price." Alger. Chicago Record. ruin lias won the number," and amid the congratulations revel in fraud, force, dishonor and in- urufclnnd cemetery, Is perhaps the only of this season and the prospects of the leries of darkness "huzza! huzza!" and No long and dusty travel before we get The Chlcngo plat form, like the competency. Let no democrats emu- one In the world which Is marked with the devils come in to pick up their there; it is only one step away. departure of many of you for the counaddress of Thomas Jefferson, late these vices of the republican party! t tombstone In the shape of a baseball, 1 wagers. Ah, my friends, have nothing In California, in five minutes. try 1 must utter u warningi plain, nil time. We need not Let us get the whole political situa Mr. Ilulbcrt was the president of the to do with horse racing dissipations walked around and saw ten fountains wus built afor and unmistakable. syllable or Idea of it. But tion squarely before the American peo- old National league, and when he died, rcpudinte bubbling up, and they were all The first emptatlon that is apt to this summer. Issues nrlse ple next year. Let us keep conspicuous in iss-.'- , some of his old nssoclutcs set nnd in five minutes I can go when new and Important hover in this direction is to leave your Another temptation hovering around we, can tnke them Into the family ami ly In view the crowning glories of re- about to show their love mid resreet pietynt home. You will send the dog tbo watering place is the formutlon of through this Bible parterre and find make the campaign upon them without ripe fruits of the for Mill, nud the result was the monunnd cat aud canary bird to be well cared hasty and lifelong alliances. The wa- you 50 bright, sparkling fountain bub- npologl.lng for any past fight. W. J. publican rule, the1st McKInley ndinln rat ion Hun milsm, ment in Gracclniid. The baseball is for somewhere else, but the temptation tering places are responsible for more bling up into eternal life healingand Otislsm and Algcrism. The party lend- made of red granite, hImiiiI at) InclifH in A chemist will go to one Bryan. therapeutic. will jbc to leave your religion in the of the domestic infelicities of the counImperialism Is unpopular ninoiip ers mny drive out certain Individuals. diameter, showing the seams us Ihcy room with the blinds down and the try than nearly all other things of those summer catering places and j doors bolted, nnd then you will come take the water and itnnlye It and tell the Amcricnn peopleaud militarism lias They cannot get rid of thcdiscnsiIs The appcur upon one of the balls used In Society is so artificial there that Inoc regulation games. Across the lop apnot yet trained u foothold. When men whole republican organization back in the autumn to find that it is no sura judgment of character can be you that It contains so much of iron peals, In raised letters: "W. A. Jl alKdmunds mid Senator ulated. There has been no quuruntini-Thsturved and suffocated, lying stretched formed. They who form companion-nhipnnd so much of soda and so much of like epidemic of Incompetency and dis- bert, President National League, P. B. Hoar definitely take up the cudgel I come on the rug. stark dead. There is no suramid such circumstances go into lime and so much of magnesia. B. C, 1870, 1882." On one side appear plus of piety ut the watering places. I a lottery where there arc 20 blanks to to this Gospel well, this lling fountain, ugulnst the administration's policy it honor is as widens the continent. Democrats must stamp this political the minion of four clubs In the old league never knew nnyonu to grow very rapid- one prize. In the severe tug of life you nnd nnuly?e the water; nnd flndtKt uny be too much to say they will win, - Boston, Providence, Worcester, Troy ly in grace at the Catslcilt Mountain want more than glitter nnd splash. Life its Ingredients nre peace, pardon, for- ln.t It is only natural to expect that leprosy out of the body politic of the -- aud on the other those of the house or Sharon Springs or the Falls of is not n. ballroom where Uiu music de- giveness, hope, comfort, life, lleatei. the fur will fly if the exigencies of mi nation. To do so they must keep It In other Montmotency. It is generally the case cides the step, and bow and prance and "Ho, eer,vonc that thirstcth. eomeye' .upproiichlng national campaign do not sight as one of the Issues of 1000. Let four- Chicago, Cleveland, Buffalo, Deup it! Hold that the Sabbath is more of a carousal graceful swing of long train can make to this watering place. Crowd nround render them speechless. Denver I'ost. nothing obscurepeople. Let iteverybefore troit. Also thiols a heiidstoneof white hammarble, upon which appears the name thniunny other day, and there ure Sun- up for strong common sense." You this Bfthcsdn. O you sick, you Line, exports to Brazil, which hnve the eyes of the Our Shout It from the together with thedateof birth, Octobci let ring with it. d day walks, nnd Sunday rides, and Sun- might as well go among the you troubled, you dying crowd arouno always been small, nre reported to be Klders and deacoiiH day excursions. yachts of n summer iegnttn to this liethesda! Step in it, oh, step In declining still further owing to the ac- hcvisctops! Wrlto it or the sand hills! an, ISO.', mid the date of death, Apl '1 10 - Vntdilngton Times. Tribune. enfind n war vessel ns to go among the It! The nngel of the coenf.:it nnd ministers of religion 7ho are tion of the Brn.tlian government in Imtirely consistent at home, sometimes light spray of the summer watering stirs the water. Why do you not te' posing n new duty of 50 cents a barrel r Roosevelt's prating about cleon Ilelluoliuiil, when (he Snbbath dawns on them nt place to find character that can stand In It? Some of you nrt too weak to on flour. Inasmuch ns flour has been politics Is like Satan's quoting Scripture Since Heligoland was acquired bj the Niagara fulls or the White mountains the test of the great struggle of human take a step in that direction Then we one of our principal articles of export for selfish purposes. New York's gov- Germans nine years ago, it 1km been take u day to themselves. If they go life. In the battle of life you want a take jou up In the arms of pmyframl to thnt country, the amount sent there ernor. In the brief time that he 'nm thoroughly Gcrinmiized, and thclnliiib-Hant- s Is apt to be n sacred stronger weapon than a lace fun or a plunge you clear under the wate. hopto the church, it nnnunlly being valued nt nbotit $.1,0(10,-00- served ns the slate's chief executive, have almost forgotten how to parade, and the discourse, instead of be- croquet mallet. The load of life is ing that the cure may he as sudderand the balance of trade against us will has capitulated, body, boots and speak Kngllsh. Grim fortlllentlons ing u, plain talk about the soul, is apt to so heavy (hat in order to draw it you ns radieal as with Cnpt. Nanman, ho, e larger thnn evci. It Is not strange, breeches, to the IMatt republican have been built to protect warship be what is called n crack sermon that want a team stronger than that made blotched and carbunclcd, stepped Into therefore, that out flour exporters are nnd now loses no occasion to do RtmrdL--g the Kibe route, nnd tic lalaii.t is, sonic discourse picked out of the ef- up of a masculine grasshopper nnd ?. the Jordnn, and nfter the seventh ilivo urging upon the administration the adthe dirty work of the ensy boss und to ceasing to be such n pleasuiu rcsoit of the ysar as the one most feminine butterfly. If thsre Is any mar. '.nmi uy. his skin roseate cornplexloned visability of rctiilint6rv measures. fusions ndvnnce his interests at every opporfor the Kngllsh us in former yeoiv, j(la:icd to excite; admiration, aud In Ik the community who excites my cou-- 1 as the flesh of a lif Ue child. tunity. Syracuse Telegram Minneapolis Sentinel. Chlcufti luter Oceun. S.UMRIE.R VACATIONS. hold soft-hande- d, soft-head- ed -- d In-lu- un-les- Baden-Bade- su'-phu- -- en-bo- gold-rluiim- il vest!-bul- bun-bun- d Whnt-to-ICn- t. I l- - -- t, ver-bia- , Jit iu ... ever-growin- g l'-e- d m d foul-mouthe- c pus-sloun- tc cornet-a-pisto- I ! - tal-le- y con-geni- to-da- -- Mc-Klrd- ear-'ne- st alliiif-eren- t, com-bini- d. e A . 1 -- - " ga3ly-painte- lSSa.-Cliie- iigo " 0, inn-chin- e, 1 ! DIVIDING THE BURDEN. Well-ICiiiMV- PICTURED HORSES. BARGAINS IN TOMBSTONES. CHRONIC WEATHER KICKER& Yk,B ROBERTJOWNING Tells tho Secret of His Great Endurance. Hit Artists' Conceptions mi the Nokia AfUanrn! Mrth(iU In the Funeral IIiiiIiipm Adopted Near a Opinion n to Who Jliould l'ny Bleed of the Prrarnt rr Ixot Clir Or meter. Altrmys Nntural for tli'iiil Ilunda. B AVIierlmlin (Jive Lunchroom I'lillnimiiher Gives Ills Views on Mnakluil la Uenerul. jiever-eiitonted WATERING A TREES. Wlil.-- M)tei or HiilflrrlKnllou Very Miiipl lliil i:ru-ctl-t U livrrr liialiliiet-- . lit s In Irnimplnnnjf 'recs, sun-estit hmu1h 1j,''I.V tipon the vvutrr supply. Aiost IrcvH do the major jmit of tliolr growing In the nirliij,'tliiK-- . After of siiiniiu-- practically all wood growth ceases, nni) the lntliuicc of the .Htir Is devoted to liiirilcnliiK up the wood to ItliHtimtl tln cold of winter, mi lut t the wood growth of trees largely upon the kind of spring anil Ittne weather encountered. If the rprlug Ik a Imckvvard out-- , iinil n Mny or June drought ensues, even though sIIkIiI. no Intitter how splendid the growing w rather of the latter part of Mimmer ami fall inny he, the wood growth of tree will he light. There- e r 1 Is an alto"The great reason why wo hae o The artists' horse of few good roads in the United States gether different creature, from tho Is Unit we lime left it to the farmer nrtlRtR horse of a century ago. In years alone to build them. Tills Is wtoug. gone by his neck was arched, his rump It in absolutely Impossible for the farm- well rounded and his whole bearing Freer nlone to provide u system of good pompous nnd melodramatic roads. The cost Is altogether too great, quent Ij In the good old dajshernlsed and unless substantial help Is furnished one foreleg like a setter dog or reared them, upoii some reasonable, basis, on both hind legs ufter the fashion of a progress In roud building will continue grlrly bear. Hut things have changed to be slow nnd unsatisfactory," says now, nnd the pictorial, or marble, steed Otto Doruer, chairman of the I;. A. has altered his quondam poses for V. highway Improvement committee. brisker nnd more businesslike nttl-tild- e. "The help which the farmers require While the modern metamorphoIn building rendu should come from sis may lack the heroic features the cities. 'I he cities arc the great Milch formerly characterized eur centers tif wealth; they are the great pood old friend, we believe the nrtlstio markets In which business Is done horse of the present day Is much more (he great distributing points for man accurate They say the change Is due produfacturcH and for agricultural almost entirely to the revelations of to-da- y V-f- i HOW TO WATKIt TitKKS In wittering plant of nny kind n lurge jiroKt tlciti of the intilMiire In lost by evaporation. A ver.v of Imple inethixl for Irreii Ik howl) In th cut. Tnko four Ixitird, two piece of eight or feet long, itnd nail thrm together Into box without ends. n simple, of Ket thin In the ground nt the the tree and let the lop project hIkac pround three or four Inches. Throw u Mime ronrr gninx or trash Into the ( the box, and a pailful of water can occnrlonrtll.v be pouird into the )hix mid nllowcd to oak into the earth tjroilually hi this nj no water will - wanted nnd the surface Mill can be kept tlnely puherlred and rrniMTW the moisture down at the roots. Thlsnietli-r- l especially praetlrnble of catering for transplanted trees becnue their root are all In a small compnas and hate not jet spread out the height of the tiee, an will be the cape later. A large tile form an IdeBl lox of thin kind. Soapsuds or waste water of nny kind eau lie used to good advantage In Mitchell, In manner. Ouy thl KpltomUt. np-plln tree. forr it In well to Irrigate transplanted tin-Inc- h four-kille- d lw Ixit-tut- t- I ONIOI? CULTIVATOR. Iltndr Inii.lriiMlil Whirl. Any lll- -nillli Inn Mit - nt n 'I rllllnit !Ctf it nr. I nu lllitMratlori of n cultivator Here which we have MM'd with great success in cilthntln onions. A eoimnon mn liKike It. The wheel ran be of either wood or Iron. It should have tire nnd a diameter of nlxiut black-Miiith two-Inc- h .0 AN ONION (MM.TIVATOH steed In netlon nnd shovvn us exactly how he looks. It ha nlwajs shown us that when he runs he doubles up like n jnckknlfe and throws grace to the winds. It has likewise demonstrntul nrtlsts hnd erthe fact that roneous Idens as to how the brute hanhis legs. Indeed, dled his feet nnd transportation? photography has shown us so many "There need be no doubt that th things nbout moving horses thnt strict taxpayers of most American cities nn accuracy in their portraiture Is almost willing nnd ready to contribute to th ridiculous. cost of balding country roads. Their netesslty Is ns thoroughly realietl In SAVING SILVER AT THE MINT. (he cities as It is by the funnem whe to become stalled on a muddy road "vit'i Iron Tfiola Calm Amr a lo.nl of grain hnuled hntf Any to marVrrarrre Thrlr I'reclous ket. City people know th ;ountry bitContlnK. ter than the, have ever known s before, and their business relations with Terhnps the most Interesting scheme country people are growing more and lor the recovery of waste silver nt the more intimate. They are quick to sec mint is thnt applied to the utensils of the convenience and saving which the melting gang, snyH the New Orleans would result from the construction of good ronds, nnd know that the them The big Iron stirring rods, the dipselves would be, in large measure, the pers, the strainers and the Indies tiiot gainers. come In contact with the molten metal "Hut how cun n tax be levied upon arc laid aside at intervals and sent city property for exjiendlturc In coun- downstairs. They are covered with try districts for rtind building pur- what looks like brown rust, but is really pose? A city tnv Is out of the ques- oxldlrd silver. tion, as much ns it would bo to levy Suppose, to digress a moment, one a town tnv ujmn farm projicrty for desired to get a coat of paint off the building sew en. in n distant city. True, outside of a house. In such an event u county tnv might be levied, n lnrga Uie plan of scraping away the house sliure of which would b puld by the and leaving the shell of paint standing cities situated In the county, and whlcn would be regarded as somewhat eccenmight be used for the building of roads tric, yet thnt is substantially the infillin any locality within thecounty. But ed adopted at the mint. The implements are placed in bahs rjcclaliy In the this is not sunk-lent-. case of large cities like Chicago, New of sulphuric neid, which attacks Uie York, Cincinnati. Kt. louin, Minneap- Iron or steel, but leuves the silver unolis and Haltlmore. Their Interetts t v touched. They nre very curious, these frngile tend far bc.vniul the counties in which Their surface Is a sort of natthc.v ure situated; Indeed, tin eltlei casts themselves constitute the greater ptrl, ural filigree, honej combed with InnuThe merable fantnitle perioi.itlous. or nearly nil, of the taxpn.v lug propert Included In these euuntlra. They may reproduction of a bolt tir screw Is oftentimes as perfect ns an electrotype, but properly contribute to the cost of build-liiroads in nil the territory from thev are hurried remorselessly 'back to the crucible nnd thus pursue theircy ele which they drnw their trade. "The best method jet devised for until at Inst they find their Karma In a levying taxes upon eily property for minted coin. of building country ronth the Horn I'unl's Mndefllr. Is by the medium of u slate lav. Thit President Kruger reccntlyefusednn Is lev ie ti'Hiii cllv nnd country prop Interview to a celebrated Digllshtunii, erty nllke, uh)ii all claws of people who thereupon sent back word thnt he in that every hienlltj, evry tnxpn.vei must see him, thnt he was no ordinary contributes proportlonnti 1. according jierson, thnt. in fact, be was a member to the amount nf property owned, the of the house of lords. The erv tint went contributing nwnv and returned with the message: wenlthy propcrtv-owuerthe largest amounts. "The president says he cannot see you, ".Massachusetts, Xew Jersey, and adds thnt he is a cattle heidcr." and Connecticut are proVthly the states which have innile t.o greatest IVnnj. I'tnice 4urcr. progresn in country roul building. As n result of the penny postage They have all levied swito highway scheme between the llrltish colonies It taxes, and have built mads bra sj bus become neeeisnrv to extend the tern of stnte aid. While the rnte of tax- facilities of the general post onke In ation has been low, the amount col- Loudon. The volume of Cnundlnn busi-nc- s lected has bten considerable. In New alone has doubled since the first York $50,000 were collected by u state of the y ear. cents upon tax of one and Arm of Klondike fiold fields. every thoiiinud dollars assessed valuas The productive aren of the Klondike of the whole tion, and amount wnN collected in the cities, gold field covers from 1,000 to 1,300 where most tif the projierty In thestutt tquarc miles. dlf-feieold-tim- ucts. Agrlcultuinl America has bull: thrm up nnd malutnlns them. The union between the el tit nnd farming districts Is close, upon a hundred Kneh dechannels of trade. pends upop the other. What Is mora proper, thtVtforc, than that the city hotild unite mUIi tiie country In t oust! iictlng and maintaining suitable and etllelent means oi tomtnunlcutiou and the Instantnneous enmern. This Infallible portrait maker has enught the e um-i- I lr A-I- 4 Times-Democra- t. v p iiii-ms- e r. New-Yor- one-tent- h four-llfth- lf Inches. H II are two InniH lint are fastened to the lietim. These Iron lire one quarter Inch thick nnd two Inches wide, and bulled to the bemn. V U the f Inch. beam nnd in one and square. I) represents the handles, y b. is two bittern made of Iron, There can be several holes made In the brace. The handles tnn be lowered nnd raised to milt. V Is the iron to which the knife is fastened Inch lion, (i nnd is iiiniIc of is the blade. We made ours out of nn old cross cut miw. It is eight Inches inches wide. long and two and At each end there should he high ennuis Then Unite will be no danger of ccvering the .oiing plants. The bhn'e can be inadean. length thnt the t'ist.ince between the rows requires. Ira (rnber, In Agrlecltural i:pltoiniM. 1 is one-hal- oiie-fotirl- h two-inc- h one-fourt- h oin-h- nlf ItYK It J largely responsible fur this xi itOVTs Mixed WW Hpltoiuist. In ex8 75 I'OltK New .Mess nillertnce, mi.vs the w t 5,'S LAltll Woitcrn periments, conducted for the purpose I.ttrd Without n ntiunaeli. IAlA'l.MOItt of determining the Inlliience of food on "Some time ago," says the Scientific 3 25 ft 3 50 ri.OUH-rum- llj 71V UKA1N 7IS the quality of pork, it has been found American, "we described the remarkil' to. 7. ',4 Soulheru that milk, corn, bark, oats and peas .iCVit M; able operation of Doctor Schlatter, In produce the most solid and 2041. 27 Oatt Na 2 while which ho extirpated the stomach of n c WM Kvn No 2 vveitrra ........ mi at. rotables produce a soft female patient. It is interesting to 5 25 5 00 of the flour mill 40 5 30 fto porlt. llOUh Western know that she lived 14 months lifter the INDIANAl'OI.IS. make nu 'inferior pork. Oil until proopeintion, nnd that there was nodilll-cultt'ermiiii Jin lie In the finrilrn. duce poi k that Is oil anil of poor llavor. in keeping up the nutrition of the No 2 mlxel 3i Cora lit The new forage plant (leriiiuti rape The meat untile from fi filing beans Is Oatt Na 2 mixed it '!) patient. The food taken passed directso highly for Indigestiwhich has been prniseti I.OU1SVII.I.R' without flavor, ami hard and ly from the nesophngus to the intes3 55 3 45 stock, Is now known ti be one o the tT.OUK Winter patent ble. Acorns do not make good pork. tines, nnd the intestinal digestion was Til Ofi best and cheapett garden crop thnt JHAIN Wheat NaSreil ffi ?4 Corn Mixed sutllclent to satisfy her wants. This su, 22 (0 22l cun be used for "greens," being Oils Mixed Hulti-Without Clioriiliiir. wu shown by the long continuance of Mis k. 0 50 perior to kale ir. rapidity of growth I'OKIC Steam It Is reported that a .Swedish 0 25 I.Altl) her life after tht operation." It enn also he leaves. has Introduced what he terms u iftitl yield of "radiator," which produces butter used "for successive crops, ns the from millc without churning. It com- ,nny be sown from enrly spring until bines the prlnel)Ie of the well known quite late In summer. It helonus to the separator, ho far us jmolng the kale family, and when n'edeil thicktencieiiin from the milk Is -- onttrinctl, but ly in lows It produces small nnd knle l h pi winced from the cream, der htnlki and grows wherever T1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111M the butter H TI 1 B 1 B M.MH 1 1 B 1 v the whole operation of pnstourWiitf the- can be produced. It Is really n vnluahle inlllc, Hepiiriiting the cream nnd can- acquisition to the list of gnrdea plants, tertlng It into butler nemfiionc ui iuc j as well as being a prolltuble crop lot Held culture. by To cure, or money ume time vith (lie one witchlue. 1'cc.l nmt fork I'lntor, Tlurr is a vast ililterencc In the qual-I- t of pork. Home Isswert, teiulir nnd jicv. Some Is illnetly the levcrse. I'utd Is best-tln-turc- tl "The state nid system does not terfere in nn. wny with present methods of road building, but simply provides it means by which an enterprising country eoinmuuitv, desiring to highways, may possess linnueinl assistant e for the purpose from the cities. The slate tloet not pa., for building such toad?, hut simply contributes tu their experse, just as It contributes to the cost of maintaining public schooli, which nre conducted by tho local school otlieials, but which, to iccclvc such stnte assistance, must be up to n certain standard." The Milk C!mt' Condition, As we have before averted, the weakest spot In niirdiiiry practice is the whittling of the milkers, the condition ol povtrtj they are allowed to run down to when dr.v. A milking cow should be poor once a jenr, not poverty stilcken, . and that lint rribust without "period should be at the dr,Ing-ot- t point. An soon ns n cow is put ir,v she should again begin to Improve her condition and continue It surely to calving, otherwise she enn never tlo her best. A jnoper cow will always run herself down the first three or four mouths of her milking seakon, and this Is a ver.v good Indev to a cow's merit. Agricultural Curette (Tasmnnia). Inllist-elnsn 1 situated. THE MARKETS. ClMilMOVTt, UVKSTOCK-Cottlccommon Aug 21 he ecu butchers. PAI.Vi:- Kutr to pood Hunt. Htkis- - Coaro uml heavj Mlxiu packer. I.tKht Milppir-- i 5HKIM' Choice I.AMIIS SprlnB Winter Kl.oni Wtiiui-NttSr- cU imlent MAIN 3 red No Corn- - No. 2 mixed Oats No s Itve-XIIAY-l-rhnoio f 3 ft 1XJ OS 3 fta in, b 10 ttt. 6 T5 4 4 (U. to fit C 3i 4 (V) 4 C5 3T. t 4 70 IIJ CO .... 4 TS 3 Tit 3 to SW & w "I it Q 10 W ee S.I -- .' o. 2 t'Ol'AIOKs IMtOVlSIONS Lard. . IIU'lTKIc- - Choice tlnlrr Cnolco oreamary Al'l'liK Cliolee 1 tancv Messl-uri- t 1 rholm w 2 I 1 7 75 Ml it ft 074 & ,s' 2 11 4t. t 2J 3 ffl 74 W "- -' -- N jcrtirl 7 IS CHICAGO Pt.OVIt Winter pu.ent .ItAtN Wlieut Na 3 rid Nu 1 CliU'titfo hi)rlug (OltN Na 2 OVTS No..' I'OltlC Moss I.AHD-Mc- um I'LOt'lt-Wlnterpitent 3M Q ft 63 iu St "I ! NKW voniv. Slli. 7 40 60 8 5 10 tt 5 SCO it-- (0 " 41 -- "D'jc ever notice, " aid the lunchroom philosopher, "what a lot o' pinlieaus we are? Now, it uccins no time at all eitice I was around and kickin' like blazn because the leaves and crocuses appear on schedule time. 1 believe I didn't blamid my wife for it. 1 was to dead sick and tired of chilly blaatt and my olive green t that I tort o' held her personally responsible for the haLkwordneni of the i: F lilacs and daieici and panties. 1 told her - " '!! '7$ mzzhng weather, and that I wanted of it that for all I cared a ding the sun lots could go on sizzling forever. Now I find that I'm tick of the summer. 1 lind myself longing to hear the leaves swirling in the ditches and to have the fire lighted in the latrobe. I find that I want to take brisk walks in the tliarp, chilly air. 1 find that I'm hungry for buckwheat cakes and sausage. I'm tired o' beer. I'm weary of car riding out in the country. Durn it all I want snow three feet high, blizzards of it. andlwantthetheatcrsand the hot Scotches! And along toward the end of next February . I'll be chewing the rag, in the same old way, about moving to some tropical country, fifltn.a limm .in ...1.1 amnnlnnl.t .f it .vtrivtr- - where I can get warmed up and he fanned Robert Downing, the Tragedian. by balmy zephyrs, and all that kind o' bleat. down sale of tombstones the other day. Robert Downing was recently iatervi-- - d We don t know what we want. We even AH goods were marked In plain llgures get sick of seasons that we long for, much by the press on the subject of his plnrio In the regular nnd much approved man- as kids rick of their painted Noah's physical health. Air. Downing promptly aril emphatically ijavc the whole ciedit of 'n ner of the great department stores. arks or tin soldiers." Wathington Post. na, spysplendid physical condition to Pe-rprices were attractiveand thetnnn-ne- r The ing: Conn tcrfeltltijr. Still More of their exhibition was enough to "I find it a preventive against all stidoVv The Secret Service has just unearthed an- summer ills that swoop upon one in thav,-intcnqit one to lay in a supply against a hand of climates and water. the time when in the course of nature other quantity counterfeiters and secured so of bogus bills, which are large 'It is tho finest traveling tomp.iniou and he might need something in this line. cleverly executed that the average person safeguard against malarial inliucuics. has done me more Lettered In white paint were nil would never suspect them of being fpunous. "lo sum it up, Ttungs of great vnlue are always (elected for good than any tonic I have ever taktn." ' styles, shapes and sires in granite mon Stomach Hit Healthy mucous membranes protect '.he uments plain, polished and ornate. imitation, notably llostetter's hut no equals body against the heat of summer nnd the ters, which has many imitators "Tins style, S'.'O;" "Very fine nt $48;" for disorders like indigestion, dyipepm, cold of winter. is sine to bring "A heatitv, only $14.50," nnd "Itedueed constipation, nervousness and general de- health to the mucous membranes ot th reliable to UO," were some of the legends. The bility. Alwajs go toof giving dragg'uts who whole body. a conv of Dr. Ilartmnii's latest Write for what you aik Btoneeiitter stood, like n floorwalker, have the reputation hook entitled "Summer Catarrh." Address among his wares, wearing an inviting lor. Dr. Hartman, Columbus, 0. einlle, while a rivnl dealer ncross the An Ounce of Prtvesllos. Remember that cholera moihus, cholera wav looked on with scorn all over his "Doctor, a friend of mine has assured me summer complaint, bilious grimy face at the advanced business that nicking lemons will prevent sea sick- infantum, and dysentery are each andcolic, all diarrhoea ness. I that true!" mitliods of his neighbor. catarrh of the bowels. Catarrh is the only "Ye, provided you sit tn the shade of a correct name for these affections. Pe-r- na tall tree w Idle ou nick the lemon." Standis an absolute specific for these ailments, WANTED ST. PAUL'S ADDRESS. ard and Catholic Times. which ate to common in summer. Dr. Hart-main a practice of over forty years, never I.adlra Cnn H'tnr Hhoe A Tarlilili Onor Who M'as After dysenlott a single case of cholera One size smaller after using Allen's Foot-Kaso-, tery, diarrhoea, or cholera infantum, and his t the Anthar of Kiltle morbus, a powder for the feet. It makes tight oply desiring Those remedyas the (inlallaa- -. or new shoes easy. Cures swollen, hot, further particulars should send for-free sweatiap. aching feet, iu jrrovvlng nails, corns copy of "Summer Catarrh." Address Dr. Tlie Athens Asty reiortthnt a Oreck and .hunlons. At all drugirliis and shoe Hartman, Columbus, O. storr-a25c. Trial nackairo FREE by mall. , benevolent toeiety in the Turkish cup- Address Allen H. Olmsted, Lo Hoy, N. Y. ' ital recently Issued a printed appeal to the Hellenic community In Stamboul Traces. for some special charitable object. The & Sorrow had left its marks on her face, appeal contained a citation from oue of hut he still showed traces of her former Worth $4 to $6 compared with the epistles of St. 1'nul to tht GalatJuns. beautv. the bitter tears had washed off other mikes. In fact, Indorsed by over Two days sfter the publication of the only a couple of streaks. Indianapolis Jour1,000,000 wearers. circular a commissary of iwllce from nal. ALL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES t t the censor's department called upon the TBI GBll ISK km W. L. DM ' Its Equivalent. M4 Kit M WtU . ' printer and demanded the address of (severely) Now. fir, for the Pedagogue Tse no ratxtttnte claimed with laet time, what's the angle of thehvpothe-nu- e St. Paul, who was to be charged sooa. the nkffyw to be3 mill S3Y ilioci In keep of triangle equivalent to? the public utterance of sedllousand po of a H world. Yoar dealer ibouM H Hoy (desperately) us equivalent, to a litically provocative languuge. If not. we will lend jou them Uo&ton T rav -- ealrourecelptaf price, state The printer nt first was inclined to lickin' fer me, sir. Go ahead. kind of leather, aixe and width, plain or cap toe, eler. II Free. laugh outright at the absurdity of the W. L. DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. Brockton. Mast. request and indictment, but ns It is al The Ilest I'rescrlntlon for Chills ways a little risky to venture upon n and Fever Is a bottle of Gnovr.'s Tastfless pleasantry with a Turkish official he I i'hii i.'IVivin. ltU nttmdvirnnnnilnulnincln Nocura-uopa- y. Price,50c sedately replied that St. Paul, the au- atubtelcssform and best thor of the objectionable citntion, hnd Liked lllin. been dead for more than IS centuries Jaggles I see there's a new keener in the Vera aently Cured. Nofltaor rtcrr- This ruffled the gravity of the police menagerie. Didn't the animals like the old anseotUr.Kline I Oounue after tlraldar bottlaandtreatlM t trial UreatNervo Krtorr. coptmlssary, whq angrily exclaimed: i ne! Waggles I guesi so; they ate him up. free. I)r K. II. KL1NK, Lul., !UI Arch HU, rniia., l' you attempt such impudent Judge. "How dare cajolery with me?" nnd forthwith EDUCATIONAL. To Cure- n Cold In One Jlny the printer. Kxtrnordinnry as MAMMkaitAAAA All It may nppear, the reiteration of the Take Laxntlv e Hromo Quiuino Tnbiets. 25c same simple explanation to the censor druggists rufuud money f it fails to cure. had nn equnlly exasperating effect on JllKt SO. that intelligent official, and the un"You big dod pasted duffer!" cried the fortunate typographer was locked tip star centerfielder, "did jou say I was out" "Preci'-elv,replied the umpire, "lou for his "perverse contumacy" It was only after the hipsc of three days and nre jnt $25 out." And he carefully noted tine in hi, little hook. Philadelphia oa the urgent Intervention of the Greek the American. pttrlarch that the printer was re- North leased. You likely do not want to undertake dyeon have ing your old garments, because RATHER EMBARRASSING. made failures, but this was with the old package djes, that one package THE UNIVEBSIH OF NOTBE DAME lathioned cotton. Putnam Ho it Philadelphia llo' Into romp tu colored wool and another kinds of fibers at ' NOTRE DAME, INDIANA. Dyes colors all j.'p.jl ! A in en Cntiaed feenantton Classics, Letters, Economics and HlUory, mice. You simply hod the goods with the In Court. dye and they ure made new. You cannot Journalism, Art, Science, Pharmacy, Laws Civil. .Mechanical and Electrical Lnglneerin. fail m this. Architecture. Attornny John A. Ward, one of the Thorough 'Preparatory and Commercial repents oftencr of what he says A popular members tif the, Philadelphia than mm of what he doesn't say. Chicago Daily Courses. Ecclesiastical students at special rates. b.tr, says the Inquirer, of that city, re- Xew s. Room Free. Junior or Senior Year, Collegiate. Courses. Rooms to Rent, moderate charge. calls at times an incident in one of the was cured by After six St. Cdward's hall, for bojs under 13. courts which happened shortly after Piso's Cure. years suffering I 2t)J Ohio Ave.. Alary Thomson, The 56th Yearwill open September 5th, i8go hcjhatl been admitted to practice law, Allegheny, Pa., Alarck 10, 'W. Catalogues Free. Address and which he tells with scarcely the REV. A. MORRISSEY. C. S. C, President thtilow-- of, Millie. It was w hen court A mar. has to be very much in love with woman to willingly carry her parasol over wiK just opening1 for the morning sesher. Philadelphia Times. sion that a boy, sitting by Ida side, ACADEMY iPrepare for (iOTeriiment Aeadcuiira and I'ollt hclirtl the usual prayer made by the Unit's Cntm-rl- i Cure r uli Commercial Couras Mnjor II K HYAfl' A M . 1'rloclpiil. WtChT I.KIIANON. N. 11 crier. The lad seemed surprised, until, Is a Constitutional Cure. Puce, 75c. ns the last words were uttered by the A. N. K.- -K 1775 oflk-lal- , Ward, without u thought as to Don't go to extremes especially in your AVIIEN WKITIMl TO AVKKTlNi:ltN In the side dealings with bees and wasps. Chicago the result, punched the boy pteuae atnto that yon law the AdveltUe- nicut In tbla puper. with IiIh elbow- and told lihn to say Daily News. Amen. Quick n a Hash came the reAids Digestion, sponse from the boy in a tone of voice Regulates the Bowels, that at first startled lawyers nnd spec-tutoMakes Teething Easy. equilibrium nnd disturbed the TEETHINA Relieves the of Jhe prcshVtng judge. Bowel Troubles of When the instant of astonishment Children of Any Age. had passed men and women who were present laughed lightly ns all eyes were Costa Only SS Cent. TEETHING POWDERS A- s- Tour Drucirict for It. directed toward the hid and Ward. "I was too confused to do anything. says the latter, "except to look iu any direction but nt the youth, who seemed to be nppcnling to me to know why everybody was looking at us. I still say The approiehea to nil the cemeteries about New York nre lined with where headplcccu mny be hnd on ihort notice and in a great variety of styles o suit the varying tastes and degrees 6f grief or sentiment on the part of the survivors. Tombstones arc Biirh cumbersome and heavy ware that they ate displayed at the very gatts of the graveyurds for convenience In making prompt deliveries. The demand fur them is reasonably steady, utul It would not strike the casuul observer lluit there was mueh.stlinulation to nu engcr competition In the busluces ottMipplylug them. It is the more surprising, therefore, says ihc New York Sun, to come ucross a job lot of headstones at bargain prki-ROut in nn eastern suburb of the city on Long Island a wheeling tourist stone-jiiril- s, top-coared-ho- 1 llli li ;, w In u Pe-ru-i- u a u W. L. DOUGLAS $3 $3.50 SHOES j""N. tU4 right-angle- d CARTERS INK pfN rl I ed 1 " It- k s!Ul -. NEW HAMPSHIRE MILITARY :! ri - rs w'lSI lOltN WhKAT No. 2nd No 2 mixed It, but I have never told anyone else to do so since the occurrence in court, nnd I never will." 'amen' myself when prayer requires SUCCESSFUL SHOOTERS SHOOT WINCHESTER Rifles, Repeating Shotguns, Ammunition and Loaded Shotgun Shells. Winchester guns and ammunition are the standard of the world, but they do not cost any more than poorer makes. All reliable dealers sell Winchester goods. Wi.ettl-No.3rtu- .... Corn-Mlx- t-il CAITM-J-rirsttiuailt- B y 'JKAlN-Whent-NaSr- ed CO -- a FREE : Send name and address on a postal for 156 page Illustrated Catalogue describing all the guns and ammunition made by tho WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., 180 WINCHESTER AVE., NEW HAVEN, CONN. ,y r M ! j j III grl I ij 1 H --- 1111 Tm --- tJLI---J---L-L-- 111 --LJ---L-- I 1111 Price 50c. n3 m E h' wy refunded your merchant, so why not try it? .i.yj mi mnunt"" WATTERSON'S OPINION. LOCAL MEWS. THE STEVE STAR.; iivory mill Post-ofllce- COMMISSIONER'S Parry Mf'g t'o vs , NOTICE, Judgment It is Predicts Qoebel's Eluotion by bo made said that no special oll'ort will to recruit for tho ten now volunteer regiments in the Southern , a Big Majority. Curoli-uas- I YimI Mll. - l'ltiT's, HICKMAN MAUBLE WORKS lOMTAIMilMlini) IN.-i.l, Editor Henry Wuttrraon, of the has Lonlsvilln Courier-Journuto tbo Now York Tiniett Imh given views ou the political Hitimtion in l, Kentucky: The election of Mr. Goebei iih Governor of Kentucky Ih ih eer-tain us anything on this Hide uf thu unknown." That was tho ilo-- i duration of Mr Wutternon at the 1 I Waldorf-Astori- a ' or asked. movement,''' "The Kentucky club women have underreplied Mr. Wntteraou, 'Mh the taken a crusade against the ueof .slung. LouisyiUo & Nnshvllle Kuilroml Tho federation of this State lias pre is to be pared petition Oompany. Outside of that there! school aprincipals that teachers, sent to asking and to it whatever. As a their co operation with the council of is nothinir matter of laut, there is no diver- club presidents to secure a more caresion in Kentucky whatever of the ful use of English. The petition furregular Democratic vote, and it ther declares that the great amount of ungrummatieal and xxr Kugl.sh and will be rather increased by the slang so constantly heard in the home, I re Y. Brown movement. John tho schoolroom, and ou tho street is au peat that the Goebei ticket is as offeuso to tho ear that should not exist Bure of its election us anything in A crank came running into the ofanti-Goebfl the auti (loebel movemeut ninouut to!" the report "What will States. It was in Georgia, the the Oulf States, anil the two Northwestern Pacific Coast States that tliffcultr was experienced in recruiting for tho teu regiments just completed. Tho increase in postoilleo receipts will tlds year bo bonsationally large, ae cording to the present estimates of In tho Department at Washington some branches receipts are 2fi per cent, greater than a year ago. In the last fifteen years tho postotllcc business of tho country has doubled in volume. This indicates not only our direct growth in population, hut the increase hi tho number and size of our newspaper and other publications, a.s well as a great growth in tho habit of letter-writin- datum given. ed. , Below nnd opposite U U. Alf McDunM.et d . Df'ts. Depot. Keeps Surreys, Buggies, Uuder aud by virtue of the Fulton Horses, t&c, for hire. Every ncvonio- - Circuit Court, rendered in the above TOM DILLON. Sr Prop'r, iltr'iM Your patronage - solicit- - SALE NOTICE. i .!,.; vZ , thei',,UTUy' "1"; a,", i.J.1 ,r Mi-- . "www ?""" ?. ' lul uf n mill ui.. ... be at mill near the old depot, in' Kast Hickman. Terms made known on day of sale. J. i. uistos. 1 I jh o.iuirmiy, will offer uu- - iv iuui "P'.ot Auk. to highest ., r'1 . Iloiscs for Kul. Two (..ray Mares, 15 hands high, four years old, well broke, aud will For further part ioulars apJ M. WITTING, ply to Hickman, Ky. Wanted to Ilorrou. Twelve Hundred Dollars, giving .uu-plo security. .... Address "W. M. li '' in care uourier.. ouice, work-anywhertt 1 -- styled eaiw at its Mny term, 1MW, all parties holding claims against the do.VI... I...., viFf.wi .V tuii.i .Mi M.. ifii. ..l. r.n V1. .... Vl. I'llf, ISPS, are hereby notified and required to prove name as required by law, and i .it.. i.i before the ilrstdav of Sei.te.nber. istm. "'.(lertl.o that all xiieh "" I'wvi'n and tiled uith ...e or my .lepntv bv that time to be barred ' ' 'Yl.Olt, Master Couiiuis.siouer !'. O. O. tu- - Tmi mt v n linn m nii.tiw.Ki ifl'ii-"" "faMv iJepiny can Ik found in n'hwullkv, on the corner of Jackson aud Kentucky - Ell it I V t"H 1' IImiikm1. Marble and & a.nito Monuments nPfT SJWJcH'-- W - lb W-- ; MTONH WOKIC of nil Kinds. IKON l'HNOIN(l,&.,&it. a it as, j it D3 a-- , Z2La exSbSXct ....-j- - l - r Iliokman, Ky. sin-i-i- , iiii-Kiiiui- ivy. (3--. 1ST. Kcatucky, A. P. OLIVER. Blacksmilh and Undertaker; IIIOKMAN, KUNTIK'KY. VI. wIumi HckmiUl, tni .. ...... il'KiK A rni ltla',ki'iiillliiiie Tf I vmi Sole Agent for Vulcan Chilled Plows, and Denier in Disc F! arrows, Dise. Cultiva- ilonr, or t niiii-- uviuw iiieKiii.iu, ivy. .. in river, nature." fice of a Montana paper and sain that a In high state of cultivation, two housi. ?m!T.B I m" . .. Li.ui position, man had just swallowed a L. t rule (one new cottago hou.ie.) splendid wa-- , !Rj"nl 'And what is jour ..! I &lr, 'T ' Colonel!" the roporte.r inquired., and died by inches. The editor started ter.etc. For further inforination ap-- , "1''- l,r,,,e, Nrt i.mv "" i (,lv' ,,w " once out further particulars , ..i A -- : farm of .11-- Farm For Sul. 100 acres on tho ...it... l., iti..i UiUOiix, alio MLs.iL.iip' Undortakor's -- kep Xc n full lliif of i llorelioiii! ii'imlr In tcMly Good.s m.l. tors, One Uorse Cultivators, One Horse Harrows, Buckeye Binders and Mowers, ajr II. two-foo- lug the regular ticket simply as a fact. It is one machine against another machine. I simply sup-port the Democratic machine. I have uo stock either in the Louis ville & Nashville Jlaiirond or in the Democratic organization In Kentucky. I have heard of the proposed consolidation of the Louisville & Nashville and Southern railroad, but that bus nothing to do with the political fight on bond." move'Is. there anv ment in Kentucky !" Mr. Walter-so1 I am," he answered, "support-- ! patient who swallowed a thermometer All persons indebted to O. A. Hoi-and died by degrees." A couple of then chipped in. One of them comlioaro notitled that they must come, said it reminded him of a fellow down forward and settle. Delays are danin Kansas who swallowed a pistol and gerous.. Verbum Sapienti. went off easy, lho other one said he had a friend who took a quart of applejack aud died in good spirits. 1 of tho death, and, meeting a doctor, told him about tho ca.se, Tho doctor said : "Pshaw that's nothing; I onco had a 1 at to learn plv to AL Johnston & Uo. ! - roi. Ky Rakes, Porks, &c IB :ine Fonvard nL Simp nur the Jull. t'all and look at :nj IiupleinentH Itefoio Imping. TII.KIt, I'rM't. J f j i r. c. y, iioi.i omiii:. . it..'!. iGBT XX ICKMA2T 111 ENTHUSIASTIC FOK T.VYLOK. Attorney-at-Lav.f- ; anti-Brya- n n "There is not," he rejoined. "the movemeut in the leait State of Kentucky. I am seriousanti-Brya- n was asked. ly Bryan's peculiar views with to silver and going in with Orokor in proclaiming hi in the greatest of living Americans." re-spe- thinking of discounting Mr. Your Weight. How much would yoor weight amount to in Silver Dollars at 1G to the pound? Would you like to have this much? Well, then see our announcement of "Tho Big Contest." 1 Cnlls Long down for neglecting bis official duties to run Taylor's campaign. 2. Calls Al. Berry down for claiming that Bryan would bo uu safe in Kentucky. 3. Refuses to rostorn suft'rago to Republican to help swell Taylor's vote. 1. Kicks out of office a Taylor Superintendent of tho Feeble-MindeInstitute and puts a Democrat in bis place. 5 Sends his throat to the doc tor just as tho speaking campaign opens. Bradley is ontliuniti8 Ob, yes tic for Tajlor. Keutuckian. ! 3!OIt KENIUCKY. itiantliy. Ofllco up Btnira. Holcombo Build lug. CO Wit IK It In lli TWIOK JOUKNAI. than In nnj other per puhlUhixl tiotb Iu ipMlii; nml SolioitH MlRllMlM(t MMi P.i id Up Capital $50,000.00 tk mm. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. 8 W I. JOII.MI, t ANK, p. siriii'i.r ki onr biiHinvHH. HICKMAN, Will practico in all Court.sof tho State v- - . DR. S. K.DAVIDSON .... 104 Papers One Year For 50 Cenls. TlirTWICE.A.WKKK t'OUIUHIl JOUIl XAI. in the ripitl of mniiy lUllieii, nml tin- - miiirrior of tll olhrr n;tpr. It lrlnl more rent nm, inori ooil olnn tanlli-r- . more nond ntorli, linn nr olhrr. A good llcl WrilnrttUjr nn.l S.inii! Miilr frre ronimlKlon In agfni nn Hiplio.illiin Wiilrlo COURIER-JOURNAL to our OiiNtomorH CoiihiHtciil wit It KHtublinhed Hankinj; l'rlliclph'H. punnr io.ooo. riivim:i inont Llliprul AooominoilulioiiK Wuoflor tho K.T.TYLKK. O. A. IIOLCO.Mm:. .!. NAYLOK, V. II. HAl1'ZKK .i. w. cuwniiiii. w. ii. .MceeroiiKN. m. a. siiaw. Dentist, IIIOKMAN, Oflloo I UU KOI AN WAdiON CO., M KliKTQOKY & OovvpillV . rTi h;iih tiii: r:i.i,nic ti n ovor Oowjjlll CO., Druu Storo. r I.OllsVM.I.i:, KY Jotbcl on Itrowo. (Louisville Conner-Journa- l. At Jinrrodsburg yesterday (Saturday) before an audience of about 2,000 people Senator Goo-be- l bad some interesting things say ou the subject of the ro to cent Lexington convention. Mr. Goebei cbarged that John Young Brown, tbe nominee of the Lexington convention for Governor, on the day that tbe Louisville convention nominated a candidate for Governor, and only a few hours before that nomination was made, procured tbe publication in the Louisville Times of nn article designed to stampede tbe conven tion to Browu by suggesting him aB the beat solution of the situ ation then existing within the convention at Music Hall. This publication, be charged, was made at tbe special request of Mr. Browu, conveyed through tbe Hon. (J. C. McChord, the Democratic nominee for Railroad Commissioner in this district. He also accused the of insincerity in Ins present denunciation of the election law, pointing oat, the fact that Mr. Brown made speeches in behalf of Judee Hobson, who ran for Judge of the Court ( f Appeals as au avowed upholder of the election law, bis election to the Appellate bench fixing the law (irmly in the statutes by giving a majority on tbe bench in its tavnr. "" On Aug. 10, Howell Collins to Miss Lena Wilkius, of Cayco. J. L. to Miss Eva Miller, of Cayco. .iiaiikii:i. Ne-N'e- aly, Mferd& Regersl WANT TO SKIiL YOU SBaBr W-S.GOETS, That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King's Now Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers have proved thoir match less merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches. They make pure blood and build up your health. (July 35e. Money back if not cured. Sold by all druggists. HIHMV.VS " ftr dill'' rMM fJV'i rfc -- fr'ii GROCERIES, HIOKMAIST . PROPHECY. Extract From His Valedictory Y'ears Ago. Four Four years ago in this city, says tbo Frankfort Argus at the con elusion of Governor Brown's valedictory on retiring from tho Executive chair, lie sunko ns follows: "Never since I flrHt voted linvo I ever faltered to the party call; and I want to soy, although we participating in the inare auguration of Republican suprein to-day ISf: " E3'sJw?9?T KS fc "V . w Fcesh. Meats, Hardware, Queensware 1 t , tl. ne i ,M.m.-- I Dror nrrrn r dloi urrLn ever maue uy a iNewspaper: u.i. k i... m i Lf,rlj YOURA Hav. Oats.I Hnui. I.imc.I J am! Cement. DOOFL OnC ifrl'l, sntii ijiuiK M WHIJK FOR ONI.V PdLWWa itl irinli-i- l VJPRICES WILL PLEASE YOU Tlir iTii.wrrlcly l! Thr acy in A Text tor Kentucky Democrats. the name of that party 1 loved You 'auuit Jluliv a .TIIsIjiK' and cherished in.youtli and man Democracy is hood I tell you not dead but sleeping. (On ut applause.) Not dead but sleeping; One of itH SirongcBt TointH ifi its and four years from now take my word we will rally, and wo will come from the lanes and the valleys and the brush, and you will Miimtefl Tiilit Hrcnd in 10 MinntOH. BukoH IlinonitH in on this spot witness tho inaugu of Kcnimiiilciil Oookin supremacy of tbo Iliiylnp n '.MiijoHtiu" moiiiiH a ration of tbo party. (Great applause.) You will You'll Ifu.r no OJIkt. bo culled back hero to witness the t'all ami r.xamiiH' Tin-in- . supremacy of the party in this glorious State. I bid vou adieu." in the name ot Democracy, "Majestic" Coding Eanges, The Best in the World ! i A ltpiiUna Siiii'lar M if ntiiif. w ill nw. hai.it uefi f I '17 homr journal of lh al.in, IS Uritr nii vry i"k, I ff of fun II ptt?i. oi kih iiruii'ii ;ini ooiitniui. marr r.i liic,' priuifil i In pIclurcH iiti'l cirioiiM tliin wre -tiumilisl ti:r nlhrr pil'llli Inn Mori" ii it.l wriKr ntil nriUn .lOiilriliiCe In Tin; itpulill Mnntlnp tlinu lo any nilior Wirn rtiililifttijnn The M kjIiik will liilln.ilv in MiniMti)ii I; H. ililli rnui-ir- k iitilln. Inn i null"! p.iriily t tali rik iiiin t uew anx yf ir for Itf ,i'ill tr. lho In Ijht $ I. Ml dl P,T ncwunpiT Thu iatt iHlev.weck, nml in Urpulillo llir bi iit -- hlKii-r.U.- ii ir ilirp it nrilcro to , Jill- - ICi:i:Biltl.lC'. SI. I.otil.. JIo. . la Buying Oac of 1 these Ranges! ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL! lilo-tim- o Savannah News. Democrats It Helped Win Unities. Those Kentucky ought to retlect upon the motto Twenty-ninofficers and men wroto of their State. It precisely ilts from tho .front to say that for Scratches, o the situation. $50,000 Heal. It is rumored that tbo Arcadia Hotel, at Dawson Spring?, aud all grounds belonging thereto, have been Bold to tbe Illinois Central for a consideration of about $50,. 000. This Is one of the most fain ous Springs in tills part of the country nnd the'moflt popular in Kentucky. Prevented a Tragedy. Timely information givou Mrs. Geo. Long, of New Straitsvillo.iOliio, saved two lives. A frightful cough hail long kept her awake every night. 'Shu hud tried uiuny remedies and doctors, but steadily ktow worse until urged to try Dr. King's Now Discovery. Ono bottlo wholly cured her; and she writes, this marvelous modicino ulso cured Mr Long of a sovere attack of Puoumouiu. Such cures are positive proof of its power to cure all throat, chest uud lung troubles. Only 00a aud fl.00. Guaranteed. Trial bpttJfB free at all drag store, Brnises, Cuts, Wounds, Soro Feet uud Stiff Joints, Bucklen's Arnica Salvo is tho best in tho world. Same for Hums, Skin Eruptions and Piles. 'Sc a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by all druggists. OoU. Mr. Jorgenliausser Used to Worry lk'(Miic his tulvcrticiitMiionts in tho local paporri dnln't sct'in to aitnu't attonlion tliiln't lrav a crowd to his fctorc and ladp linn to Ciias. K. gia historian, of the surviving Confederate generals which shows that out of lho original nineteen lieutoiiant-gen- oralB, seven survive; of the eighty ono major generals, sixteen iiro living, and of 305 brigadier generBurvive. Tho livals, ninety-tware James ing lieuteuunt-goneral- s Longstroet, Alexander L. Stewart, Stephen D. Lee, Simon B, Buck-ner- , Wade Hampton. Jno. B. Gordon and Joe Wlieoler. o Georcompiled a list has Jones, the wll joods. 50 cents extra to ride all day in a Cotton It will only coM-ynBelt Parlor Cafii Car (25 cents fur a lulf day). Seated In a larec revolving aim chair with plenty of space around you, you can enjoy us much fieedom and ease as you please. If you arc a smoker you will cnoy the larp,c smoking room with Its arm chairs and couch. Til-- - ladles will delight in the splendid ladles' lounf!nu room, with Its Iouiirc and in itlng arm chairs, and Its roomy dressing You can have your meals in this car at any hour room adjoining. you want them; order most anything you want, from a porterhouse steak or n spring chicken down to a sandwich, take as Ioiik as you please to cat it, and you will only have to pay for what you order. u NOW HE DON'T WORRY HccaiiM' lie Iiiih found that ho can get fifty first-rat- o ads, chock full of siiRchtiotiH, tho host that arc appearing in Imh lino in nowspapess the country ovor for a dollarand that with thoir help it iH mere piny to arrange ads which (ill the hill to a "T." You can do the same. All lines. Send u dollar fo Why? Tho farm near Hickman, known M tho U. W. Powell place, near Dyersbnrg road, is offered for sale. 100 acres T I cleared, very good houses, orchard, &o. For further information, apply to Farm lor Sale. ' All SUPPLY BUREAU, E, W. licit In llimlliii't lliintiiTtunii lUtmlim run tliruiiuli from Culro l.iTmnx nlllnmt clmnirc. Dint t ciiiiiiiH'tiinit am iii.nlii nt Iti nil uii tHif Thxh. I iiillun Territory, Oklnliutnn Hint tlic I'ar t. toll tin wlicmyoii n milin,' inn! wlit'ii you tvlll Ichmi, mul wo will tell joiiwlmtyimrtli'krt will nml, wlilcli Irnln tti tnVtt ti innkt t ! t linn nml luiiuivtliinn, nml nlll ki'iiilyoii mi lntoriitliitr )lttl l.iV!t-t- , "i TRIP TO Tills." TIioCdIIiiii nml Mi'Iii!iIh J it t Icmh fur Wrlln nml liBMUE.Cta'l Plii'r u UMtt., HT, I.OUI8, MO. 7TV.1-- N.ADAKUrir.Piu'rAlt., I' i! '- 8 Devonshire St Itoom 2i, ? BOSTON, MASS, OAIIIO, H.I., -! i m - ! flfcMP HWntSWlJ WATTERSON'S OPINION, LOCAL NEWS. hh-ciii- THE STEVE STAR. Livery and l'Yt'tl .Nlnhle. I'ost-otliee- ' COMMISSIONER'S Parry Mf'g t'o s , NOTICF. ( - effort will Predicts Goebel's ft.Bction by bo It is said Hint no made to recruit for the ti'ii new volunteer regiments' in the Southern a Big Majority. l'llll's, HICKMAN SIAUHLK WORKS . Editor Henry Wutternon, of the Louisville Courier .lou'riml, hns given to the New York Tunes his views ou the political nit mtttoti in Kentucky: 'The election ol' Mr. Gup he Governor of Kentucky Is in us nnylhiug on this nidi; the unknown.'' That was the claralioi) of Mr Wnttersnn at Waldorf-Astori- a I iih tier-tui- n of do the replied Mr. Wntterson, Louisville & the miti Goebel movement mnouut to!" the report or naked. movement,' "The "What will It was in Ueoi'ia, the Oaroll tins, the Gulf States, anil the two Northwestern Pacific Coast States that diffculty va experienced in recruiting for the ten regiments jnt completed. Tho iuerea-- e in postolllce receipt will this year he sensationally large, uc cording to the present estimates of In the Department at Washington some branches receipts, are '! per nt greater than a year ago. In tin last fifteen years the lHntollice of the country has doubled ia volume. This indicates not tally our direct growth in iMipulutioii, hut the Increase m the number and size of our newsiia-peand other pnlilieations, as well as a great growth in the habit of State r letter-writin- , Below and opposite It U. AK. McDnniel.et al , lifts. Depot. Keeps Surreys, Buggies, Vuiler and by virtue of the Fulton Horses. Arc , for hire. Every accomo- Circuit Court, rendered iu i)ip nbow dation given. Your patronage solicit-ed- . styled cause at its May term, Hl)l, all parties holding claims tiRiiiint the defendant, Alfred Mcll.iuiel. on Oct. Utlth. lsils, are hereby notified and required to prove same as niuired by law, and tile same with me or inv deputy on or On Saturday, the I'lith day of Aug. I HW. the of will oll'ir for salt to the highest bid- before the Ilrst day thatSeptember, el iluis der, all in Fanning liaph'iueuts and under proven and lllrd all such or m not so with me Stock, consisting of llw head of Hoi-sedepulv by that tune to be ImiitmI. Midi-.- , and . i lot of Hogs and Sale to V 1'. TAYl.Ult. be at null near the old depot, in I'ast Miwtir Couunisisioner F ('. ('. Hickman. Terms made known on dav of sale J. T. bosrros. By Tom Dillon. Sit . I)cp M. ( F. ( Mv Deputy can be found iu hi nlllce. on tlie corner of Jackson and Kentucky Horses streets, Hickman, Kv. Judgment ijta iiiimii r:i "'IIHiMnf I is.--n. f, I TOM DILLON. Sr., Prop'r, lUlUNur, irr ..l SALE NOTICE. W Marb'e and GLanite Monuments KIJN(llN(l,i',i'. 1 ;' . s J W'at-- '' ttjaxSSm IISON - r& ' Ilioltxnan, Ky. lor Niil. Cr. IST anti-Goeh- 'is Nashville Railroad Outside of that there Liompany. ia nothing to it whnteer. Asn matter of (not, there is no diversion in Kentucky whatever of the regular Democratic vote, and it will be rut tier increased by the John Y. Brown inovement. I re peat that the Goebel ticket in uh aura of its election us anything in 'And what is jour jiosition, Colonel !" the reporte.r inquired. 4,I aiu," he answered, "support-luthe regular ticket simply as a fact. It is one machine against another machine. I simply sup. port the Democratic machine. I have no stock either in the Louis ville & Nashville Kuilroad or in the Democratic organization n Kentucky. I have heard of the proposed consolidation of the Louisville & Nashville, and Southern railroad, but that has nothing to do with the political fight on g the nature." Kentucky club women have undertaken a crusade against the ncof slang. The federation of this Slate has prepared a petition that is to be sent to school principals and teachers, asking their cooperation with the council of club presidents to secure a more careful ue of Hnglish. The petition further declarer that the great amount of utigrammatical and poor Knjfl.sh and slung so constantly heard iu the home, the schoolroom, and on the street is an oll'ense to the ear th.it should not exist A crank caiae running into the office of a Montana paper and said tlint a t man had just swallowed a rule and died by inches. The editor started out at once to learn further particulars of the death, and, meeting a doctor, told him about the case. The doctor Mild "l'shaw that's nothing; I once had a patient who swallowed a thermometer ami died by degrees." A couple of bystanders then chipped in. Dae of thclit said it reminded him of a fellow down in Kansas w ho swallowed a pNtol and went oil" easy. Hie other one sanl he had a friend who took a quart of applejack and died in good spirits. two-foo: ! Two Gray Mares, lfi hands high, four years old, well broke, and will work anywhere. Kor further particulars an.1 M. WITTlNli, ply to tt i - ' A. P. OLIVER. Blacksmith and Undertaker .HICKMAN, I V' Hickman, HELM Kentucky, Hi. y Hickman, Ky. I Wanted to Harrow. Twelve Hundred Dollars, giving security. Address W M. U ,' iu care Courier otllce. .mi-pi- e KKSriH'KY. I'RI M. wlicn "" lllii'r.inlliliiit WNitoui. I nNo e K 1: A Farm For Stile. A farm of 100 acres on the Mississippi river. S'j miles below Hickman, Ky. .. .1. ...I, kliiliki.f.,v i.llit-.ilio.-.. 111 IIUII-Viiiii r.(..v ... i.i, i ..iki.i, , ,. w !.....S (one new cottage house,) splendid wa ter, etc For further information ap ply to Al Jouvmox A: Him kfrp ik lloripfliiiini tall lin of (,(-, dour, or i you Hunt reHir In pc,nlly s Sole Agon! lor Vulcan ('hilled Plows, ;ml Dealer in Disc Harrows, Disc Cultivators, One Horse Cultivators, ,,. ! Under, akor's ' W Gcod-I One Horse Harrows, b Coininnii lit iiblil - nJnnl Collin up in prit-M- . Uo. (llv la.i Slinp iirnr the iml lmri iinik l'tn I, nti'l Soil hieli Jml. i"l. nn'l it on Muck Buckeye Binders and Mowers, nr It. Rakes, Forks, &c -- Call nntl look at m Implements liel'oio liu.viiiu. I'rr.'l B Foiiiv Foruui'il All per-oii- s I indebtcil to l A. are notitled that hey must come forward ami settle. Delays are dan serous. Verbuin Sataeiiti Hol-coinb- e YOtT r. Ml HI Irr.l. . t IIOLHinill., K.vnirsiA.vnc roit t.iyi.oii. Calls Long down for neglecting his oilicial duties to run Tny lor's campitign. '2. (Jails Al. Berry down for claiming that Bryan would bo uu safe iu Kentucky. 3. Refuses to restore stirtrage to Kopublican ox couvjcU to help swell Taylor's vote. 1. Kicks out of oflico a Taylor Superintendent of the Keeble Minded Institute and puts a Democrat iu his place. u Sends his throat to the doc tor just as the speaking cumpliiiin opens. Oh, yes ! Bindley is entliUHins tic for Tajlor. lveutuckian. 1 "There is not," lie rejoined. "(lie inovement in the leait State of Kentucky. I am seriously thinking of discounting Mr. Brynn's peculiar views with to silver and going iu with Oroker in proclaiming him the grentcst of living Americans." anti-Bryan re-spe- hand." Is. there any ment iu Kentucky t" Mr. was asked. anti-Brya- n i. I:. F. REMLEr, Attorney-at-La CJKT j MaiiRi ICKMAN I p m-i.- HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. MMi Aecoininoilatioiih 8 nu I. Jl)llso, , ANK mMHH. w. &.-- Ol K JOl'KNAI. ipianlliy. In tin- TWIt'K A.WKKK iTOUIttUIC r limn in nnjr lhcr piililUlxsl Imih Iu (jndlljf nud m-r. F.ii.l SolicitH i moveWalter-son Oflico up stairrt. Holcombo lllfj. HICKMAN, (iipit.il S50,000.00 imi i W Build- - i s. our biisincHN. KSNrUOKY. 104 Papers One Year Will practice in all Coaitsof the Sl.ite lo our (iistomcis ('oiihlstent with Banking l'niiclpleH I'liuri r Miniinii mosl Llboiiil oiler the ICnlti htinhtMl DM. S. K. DAVIDSON For 50 Cenls. n.Twici:..-wi:i:or K A. IIOLCOMlli;. .1. NAYLOK, W. II. HA I.TZICIt U.T.TYLKi: V. L. McCl'TCIIKN. M. H SHAW. .1. V. I'OWGILL. Your Weight. How much would yoor weight timount to in Silver Dollars at 10 to tin pound? Would yon like to have this much? Well, theu seo our announcement of "The Bi Contest " Dentist, HI OK MAX, Ollice over Gowgill & tt"nlin'iln nu. IvKNTUOKY i(tiniiilinn lit Hfrni vuurdnyriipl"" iro. frre Snit! I of iikiiij- ibtllldp, rind NAl. in tlii' of nl oilier mirri. ll pr'ni thi iii-riinori rent nfu- - morr oixl elM ma'ler. niorr ifooil Klorlei, item nnr nlltrr. - ii'll ckukihu Jtiuit UU KM AS n i I'm 1 1 iii ii . in' nn AliOX CO.. i i:i s i ti nn NpiHr.ttiii Wiilf L i.j CowgillV COURIER-JOURNA- Drug Storn CO., UU isVU.I.K, KY 4oeb('l on Itroivn. Louisville Uonrier-Journal.l ) At UnrrodHburi; yestenlitv neforn an iindiiMice of about 2,000 people Senator Hoe-be- l had aomo interest in things Buy on the (subject of llie re to cent Lexington convention. Mr. Goebel charged that .lolin Young Brown, the nominee of the Lexington convention for Goterucr. on the day that the Louisville convention nominated a candidate for Governor, and ooly a few uouin before that nomination wan made, procured the publication in the Louisville TimeB of nu article designed to Btampede tho, couven tlon to Browu by suggesting him as the beet solution of the Hit n ution then existing within the convention at Mufic Hall. This publication, he charged, whh mude at the special requeHt of Mr. Brown, conveyed through the Hon. (J. C. MoChord, the Democratic nomine for Railroad CouimisHioner in this district. Heulso accused the of insincerity in Iiih present denunciation of the dec liou law, pointing out the fact that Mr. Brown made speeches in behalf of Judeo Ilobson, who ran for Judge of the Court ( f Appeals as an avowed upholder oi the election law, his election (o the Appellate bench fixing the law firmly in the statutes by giving a majority on the bench iu its htvor. (Sut-uriloy- On Aug. lo, IIowi 11 Collins, to Mi. Lena Wilkiiis, of Cayce. J. L. Nc-- 1 Ni'Hly, to Miss Kva Miller, of Cayce. H.iititu:i. Tiirolitnii-- ; iiedfkd I & Rsger-- s That Headache s Would quickly leave you, if von u d Dr. King's. New Life Pills. Thousands of Duffrrers have proed their iimtt-b-lesmerit for JSu-and Xervon Headaches. They make pure blixtd anil build up your health. Only 2Se Money Uu-it not cured. Sold by all druj,'gwt.. KIMIUN'S IMIOI'IIKCV. WANT TO SICLL YOU I gpitOCERIES, KI02MA.1T K;jsr "WiiaOXTS, n 'Kman, -- Wc-Js i'esli Meats, - 1 Kxlract From His Valeilirlun Years Ako. I'liiir1 r-- A Text r'or Kentucky Democrats. J lay, OaH, linin, l.ime, Four years ago in this city, piijs DOOR. anil ('eniint. tho Frankfort Argus at tho con elusion of Governor Brown'w val--YOU edictory ou retiring fiom the Executive chair, he snoko as follows: "Never sinco I first voted have I ever faltered to the party rail; n and I want to say, although participating in the in-are ! angulation of Republican suprein acy iu the name ot Democracy, in the name of that party I loved You 'niinoi M11I40 11 .tl isl uli and cheiished in. .youth and man 1 you iMMiioerncv is hood tell not dead but sleeping. ((Jr. at applause.) Not dead but sleeping; and four jcurs from now take One of its S rougest Points is its mi' word wo will rally, and we win come rum me nines aim uie OF valleys and the brush, nud you will on this spot witness the niaugu Hakes Biscuits: in I Minutes Light Bread iu lb .Minutes. tho suprumaey of the Buying a ''Majestic" means a of Kconoinicnl Cnokinrt ration of party. (Great applause.) You will 'ull aiHl I'.Miiiiinc 'I'Iimii. Von'11 ITnj no Other. lie called back hero to witness the supremacy of tho party iu this glorious State. I bid voti adieu." ' r Vu j s n J mm -- "arc n re yueenswar;., r; w u:k Y". The BEST OFFER Ever Made by a Newspaper! ST ' 1 V PRICES WILL PLEASE 34 1'tir nrml.io.-kl- f rl - l.K(,r. PWiEH KVKItV WKKK FCJU ONLr heal tn-rtl 1 $1.50. ot." I 1, ',lrl Tb li.imi- 8n' tinmx M tittm NI 11 to-da- y 1 "Majestic" Cooking Ranges, The Best in the World One or ynf ciur .ir 11M111. joiironl ef ih of lh brWh'-- ttpiiblin SiinUf ) il; iti utw in lclii tlir nnr vtr for il.'iO M Itrp'ibdr. t tul priiH'il in 'lir 'I'hr ltiiiillm ( I'M f Ihh "i-l- .uir other I'lio lilr,- - .it. I Inn MKllli ! Vim rnr blil hi rliui firimd iif tirin'tii ill wr mirf U4, 11 if ilni Ih ? ih Unit npifr ie,i tvry nk, nr i II si'i-mit- nn I nil n r.l iniil.l r will b tnblieviH 'ini ittntrtbii'e ! h li 'Vt eiiiliiH mof liUt !' In ihv ntlir lufi Hvpublis MnKilbr lion iu i' 'ill only "parflf n-11 O'iNiitMiliin wot'W "I'll lb - ri-- ) It1 Till'. icr.l:8!ltl.l'. SI. I.ouls. .Tlo. 1 ia Buying these Ranges! 1 ECONOMY IN THE USE lile-tim- e FUEL! Savannah News.) Democrats Those Kentucky ought to reflect upon the motto of their State. It precisely tits tho situation. $.'10,000 Deal. Hotel, at Dawson Spring", and all COL. ChAS. K. .Jonks, the Georgrounds belonging thereto, have gia historian, lias compiled a list been sold to the Illinois Central of the surviving Confederate gen for a consideration of about of tho most fain erals which shows that nut of the This is one oua Springs iu this part of the original nineteen liuuieuaiit-gen- country and tho most popular iu orals, seven survive; of tho eighty Ken .ri(),-00- It is rumored that tho Arcadia It Helped Win Unities. olliccrs and men wrote from tho front to say that for Scratches. Bruises, Cuts, Wounds, Sore Feet ami Stiff Joints, Bncklen's Arnica Salve is the best in the world. Same for Hums, Skin Hruptions ami Piles. .'.It- a box. Cine guaranteed. Sold by all druggists. Twenty-nine - Mr. Jorgenhausser Used to Worry, Hee.ui'-e his ad rtieM'UU'Uts in t lie local papers a M'ciii to attiact dteiitiou ditln'l draw toie ami help li.ru to sill goods. didn't erowil lo lih tuck'. Prevented u Tragedy. Timely information given Mrs. Geo. Long, of New Straituvillo.'Ohio, waved two lives. A frightful cougli hud long kept horuwuku every night. Shu had tried muuy roincdien and doctors, but Mteatilly i?rov worso until urged to try Dr. King'H Now Discovery. Ony bottle wholly cured Iter; and she writes, this marvelous medicine, also cured Mr Long of a severe attack of Pneumonia. Such cures tiro positive proof of its power to cure all throat, chest ami lung troubles. Only 6O0 uud 11.00. Guaruutewl. Trial bottlV'B toe at all drag stores. major generals, sixteen it to living, and of 'M brigadier generals, ninety-twsurvive. Tho living lieutouant-generalare .lames Lougstreet, Alexander P. Stewart, Stephen I). Lee, Simon B, Ruck-ner- , Wudo Hampton J no. 15. Gor don and .Joe Wheeler. 0110 o NOW HE DON'T WORRY Why? Because no Iuih found that In; can get liltv first rate aiN, clnick lull ol hiiggehtioiiH, I lie best that are appearing in his line iu newspapess ill country over Unit dollar anil tint with their help it is mere piny to arrange nils which (ill the bill to a ,'T." You can do the same. All lines. Seixl a dollar to s SO cents extra to ildu all day la a Cotton It udl only cost-nBelt I'arlor Csifi'i c:ar (2S rcnii fur a half day). Sealed iu a lare revolving aim th.ur with plenty of spac armm.l you, you can enjoy tis much fi cedent and cuseus oii please. If you are a .smoker you will enjoy the larj'.e smoking toum with its arm chairs and coiieh. lit.-- ladies will dtliuiit in the splendid Indies' loutiKinj; room, with its lounjjcnndimititij; arm chairs, and its roomy dressing m can have your mealb in this ear at any hour room adjoining. you want tliem; order nmii anytliing you want, fiom a porterhouse steak or a spring elileken down to a sandwich, take ns long as you please to eat it, and you will only have to pay for what you order. lliiotoTi'iHn lUti-nliTh 'i, Men run tliniii:)i from Citlro mill llfiii.lii l.i 'IViih Hltlmiii ImiPiri- - Mlr I iMinnivti.iin mi' in.nli, mi h Ukliiliiiinaiiinl I In- - lur Jilix'litiiiH fi.r all iNiiixor'IViHH, IimIIhii nt. rill- - nml t.ill ii wlii-i- e yin nt kiiii;iiiii1 v will iiml wn will tell Jinnvlinl).Miill, Uel wIIIi'i.hI, lilrli Irnln In tnk lotiiHki. i,ii,lH.t Hint. nnl tliti ' 1 TRIPlUtlUJ." imii'tlin, ami Mill m'IhI jkii nn Intttriwlliin llllli. Tho farm near Hickman, known ,'is the (J. W. Powell place, near Hyersbiirg road, is offered for sale. 10(1 acres 0 cleared, very good houses, orchard, &o. For further iuformation, apply to 1 Fiirni for Nalt'. AE SUPPLY BUREAU, . W, ),) liBMlU.Gti'l Pm'r loUlUlt., k nam t... p.,,', in CiJ50, VVAUUK.f, j) Duvuiiblilrc St,, Jtoom 2-- BOSTON, MASS. HT. I.OU1S, MO. OAIIlolM,, (S)j