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Silos Ftfw foil foul inclimsl to censure ydtt may in others view awn heart ero you venture, huh no fallings too." VOL. XXXI V", NO. 41 TIIK SCHOOL HOOK (JUKSTION. amnfmmmmwmmmmmwmmmwmmwmmmm!g s I I Always In the Lead ! Ask: If per A. W. Lindsay is in Glln- reek. " ny your School Shoes nfc ltiao ik Wi4j Tho September term of tl0 Fulton Circuit Court, which convenes next Monday, will havo before it tho following docket: 15 Commonwealth cases; 0 felony cases ; !i0 misdemeanor cases ; 0 prisoners in jail ou charge of felony ; 2 charged with misdemeanors; 40 equity cases ; 32 ordinary cases. i r :KJ ' AND NOW WE ARE READY to show you tlio Now Fall , YoiiiIih mid Hoys Olotbiiig.and Shoes. Goods in tlio Ladies, Misses and Children Sliooi. Also, These arc ull in mid on our counters lor inspection. Wp have bought immense slocks in every line, and should In pleaded to have you look through them. Mt-iiH- Shoe Talk. Did it over occur to you what a mi vine there is in our method of Helling Shoes? Selling them in coiuipption with our other linen, wo uro able to handle them on n smaller mar- , Boy Suits. .V gin of profit thnn exclusive deulern, for wo nro at no extra expense lor house, rent, olerk hire, iv. Tub), for instance, ' our " 82.00 The new Suit and home very pretty things arc shown, and the valuer, we think, are hetter than usual. The Vefitec Knee SuitH art thingn lor the littlo follows, ages .1 to 8. These For the Suits have Vests. larger hoys, 1) to !, we. show an excellent lino. The prices start tit jSl.fiO, and thuy am splendid values. me now in, . tin-popu- lar I ' i mill os Shoos. Many dealers sell them for S'i.fiO, and really they aru well worth the price, tor they are made of finest' quality Kid, an stylish as higher priced Shoes, perfect in fit and finish, soft and easy on the feet. And by our way of soiling you save Then there is. our the fA Mens and Boys Suits. We have already received an immense line of the new' Clothing, and would be glad to have) on look through the stock. We have never shown bcttpr values in Clothing than we have on our counters for-- 81.50 . "4 Gfti !rffew! again comes the advantage of our method of selling, and you make the exit a half dolhr. Soft Kid, nicely finished, perfect fitting, and very stylish. Made with Heel" and Spring Heels, in Lace and Mutton, Patent and Stock Tips. .,,w m?Kt Shoes made (or ..-... I ho The hest We ought to get 2.00 price. lor them, as others do, but here J -,- il'fc! u. -- !4gw 10.00 in St. Louis Thurday. end your orders to the now City Bnkei r rush yysu'rs and Celery. Harris luft last week for a vls- Ui St to re lys i North Carolina. v ujLuU Allen, of St Louis, is m Gapt. Pliarr, the cugiucer who wont tho elf; noguesi oi Jirs, jeunio yii- - over tho proposed lovoe routo between son, J. hero aud Ilickmnu last wcok, reports I Eljcst values iu School Shoos at that it is tho most dcsirublo placo for a iAYMMt'ti levee he over saw. He estimates that Hi uk of building this loveo wilr bo M; tfcvV. M Shaw and daughter, tho cast (50,000.00. This will mako it as Mks U lia have returned from uibson strong as the strongest loveo in existWctN, ence. Tho average height will be 10 - .Tol l Hawaii, who Ikih brcn on tho feet. Tills will put it tlireo feet abovo road Si rltUu lust month. Irf txmctfl high watT. Lako County Star. hoinn Tho next Eplscpal Homo Ico Cream (Get your eyes tested at tho Old will bofierved by Miss Allio Dodds, Roiian free, on .Johnson sUptliiumetor at tho Dodds home, Moulton Street, next Thursday ovo from 5 to 0 o'clock. IU town. thuUii This will bo the last of tho series of ice Dt i'B. Harrison, a woll known cream entertainments for this season by citiMl ml physician, of Union City, ladies of the Episcopal Church, aud efdied tl rviok, aged i0. forts will bo made to mako tho ovsuing 1J. KUinon ii(i family, who have fjpeciaily attractive and enjoyable in aptrip turouirli now ioric ana preciation or tho very liberal recognibocu w tion given theso ladies iu their laudlblo 'itunied thiiweek. i Cauai etrort to relieve their church of debt. jteopio keen mo oaouata so Theso Homo Ico Creams will bo resumholy tl K tliicy don't work any for three ed iu Juud of next year. ,. days v lore or three day after. Mr. Louis "Wells, montiou of whosev SuMr chiefs aro tlKhtinir bitterly illness was made in tho Courier last andcnfliiK each others prices savagely. week, diwl at his homo iu West HickIt is ;v tvwt KiRht to coiiHiiniers. man, Friday morning last of dysentery, Clny Kinc and Nanuio nfter au itluexs of some three or four MM 'rhoiiisA()f Woodland Mills, visited weeks' duration. He was aklud-hcar- r ened, industrious man, and had been MissUvfo Hertwiek thl week. gaged iu tho logging business for sevM t T. Uavin. who has been vis eral years past, but for several weeks waw ex prior to his sickness was employed at tho itbiB KfPF Jlt Oorydou, K jHH;tcT!turn homo yestrnlay. Hickman handle factory. Ho was a member of Elm Gamp No. 8, Woodmen mJiHy your Sliocs at Kice & of tlid AVorld, of this city, aud carried Shoti Store. a policy for $1, G0Q. His remains were 1 14 attfiidanco of Ilickmnu Col hit erred at Brown's grave yard, ou tho lejro fl .Monday wax tho larjjent iu tin Dyersburg road, Saturday morning. At somo time hi tho nenr future a handhlstoi p w to scnooi tor mo nrei. oav. , . ... .. . be erected by tho .ilio rarret. oi iircioviiio, u. some monument will to visit ner nic-- Order to mark his last, resting placo. cro ,mbciv. ami otner reiu- - Tho deceased leaves u wifo and Httlo. ; 'ft sou.nudu host of, relatives and frioHus turnodff Mi I, .AUIUCrg, '"- - LrtHJIUUU, ru Supply your wants at Hickman's Greatest Store. Everything going at cost. The Frankfort correHpondont of the IlcuderflOii Gleanoi flayn: Prof. Hurry V. MeOhesney, oi Livingston, the nominee for So perintendeut of Publio Instruction, brought with him to Frankfort to day n striking illastratlou of the fallacy of the statement of Attorney General Taylor, the Republican standard beHrer, in hid Loudon speech, that tbe Iudiaun cheap school book law ia an in jury rather than a benefit to the people of that State. Tho illustration consisted of two school books, alike word for word aud letter for letter, botli purchased on the Bamo dai', one at a New Albany, Ind., book store for sixty five cents, and the other purchased at a Louisville book store, thu price paid being 81 the regular price for the book nil over Kentucky. K w ""soiTyhTpatheii. Wickhffo Yeomau. At tbe Goebel and Blackburn speaking here the 14th, (Job Tom Oorbntt, of Paducab, was taken suddenly ill and was confined to bis room until last Saturday, when he took the train for his home.. Just before leaving be was asked what he thought of tbe great rally here tbe outlook for tbe Democratic ticket aud of bis son Hal's nnfirnn in nnitlMer with thn mncr. ... ...... -- m w.- -. wuuip bolters. He replied that bo never saw such a crowu tn Kalian! county before as tbooue that .- -. -- 1 tW i 3 -B tit I Nay-lor'HiI- greeted Senators Blackburn and Goebel, aud the splendid effect of their speeches was more perceptible than any ever delivered iu this end of the State. I think, said her that Goebel is tbe ablest young man south of the Msbou and Dixon line, and I predict that his majority at the Noyetnber election will be a regular 'old-time- " fci fi" . to-da- y 8 7.50 and we can give you specially good things in all Wool Suits, that are well made and stylish garments. In the better grades, at '- hiH?ibwii ulater. Mw. Mnintio ltandlo, returnitl to her homo ill Jackson, Tenu, TlmrjuLiy. Shiirhflfonl, .silver Democrat, was ohvted to CoiiKruM to succeed tho lato Hielianl P.irk Hland. by 3.S0O majority over liw nepuhlicau opponent. CarntherhVillo Democrat : Fairy Lawreuco left on tho Liberty, Wednesday, for Hickman, Ky , where sho will vLs-itiii- 812.50 to 18.50 -' School Sliocs. We show an excellent line of School Shoes, in both the cheaper and hetter grades, and you will do well to examine them. we show garments fully equal toTailor-mad- e suits that would 5.00 to 10 rnnro., , cost yon Eft' We cordially invite your inspoction. L. P. & W. S. ELLISON. ?aumiiuumiuaauuuuuuu;ituiuiuuuuauauauiuuu At Cost! Bi,-- Cash Book Store. Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS, STATIONERY, NOTIONS, - TIT BONDURANT WIXjIj sell Bug? dies, Bridles, Etc., :: lr- - "aw The lira cry or Woman Was grandly shown by .Mrs. John Dowllng of Butler, Fa . in u threo years' struggle with a malignant stomach trouble that caused distressing attacks All remeof nausea and indigestion: dies failed to relievo her uutll sho tried Eloctrio Blttters. After taking it two mouths she wrote: "I am now wholly for tho nest ten mouths. cured and can eat anything. It is truly attend a grand tonic for tho whole system as I Mrs. Hello Cov. who has leen trained iu woight and feelhnuch strong- her sihter. Mrs .T;w. Fmiua, re- or since using it." It aids digestion, turned home. Hipley, Teun., this week, cures dyspepsia, improve appoiuo where sho will rvaumo teachtuj; music. aud gives new life. Only COc. at all Drug Stores. Miss Until HolcomlH) loft Wednes-d- a MnrfrecHljoro, Teun., to attend for Her brother, Hour Postal Cards Aro Oitcn Wasted. Soulu Female CoIIcko. Thos. llolecftnlw, aceoinp.iuied her part Women otten send messages of the way. s to their dressmaker or to Mrs. Ida (.toldburgi who has been shops on postal cards," says parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto with her llertwi-ckLadies' Home for some weeks, left ou tho tho Soptoinbor steamer Ford Herold Wwliiesday nlRht Jourunl, ' attaching a bit of cloth, for her homo iu Ohio. ribbon or Inco as samples. This Tho Lonisvillo Industrial Exposi- makes the card unmnilable, so it tion, Street Fair, Midway Carnival and is always sent to the dead letter Festival of Fire, Ls to bo held in Louisand invnrinbly destroyed. ville, Oct. Oth to 21st except Sundays, ofllce presumably men not inMen under tho auspices of tho Dlts. frequently paste a clever joke or Mr. Andrew Elks, di.nl Autf 18th upon a of typhoid fuver, aged about 21 years. a tellliw; political fragment He leaven a wife and oao child. Ho postal aud send it to a Irlend at wus nn excellent, worthv youuk man, a least start it, but it never arrives. member of tho M. E Church, and his Nothing may bo attached to a posdeath is deeply mourned. tal card nor may bo ono word Tho vml of opening and recon- written ou tho nddress side but structing tho water works tunuul is the address itself." Hearing completion. It seems certain that we shall have uu iibuudiuico of waHad a Jury of Women. ter some tiuio not week. Thus work lms cot tho Railroad, wo learn, about Somo days ngo a justice of tbe it.noo peace at Ft. Smith, Ark , called a jury of abandoned women to try a ease of selling liquor on. Sunday. (Juar-nntce- d dry-good- i&fler Win wM 1?$$. As to my son liars Dart Iu tbe bolt, I don't know what to say, except 1 hhh very greatly sarpris- one. him in such company. I have not seen him since bis fall, bat if he persists in training with tbe bolters aud I keep my health I will abow tbe people bow far astray, 'IA ;Tnave SWiiaift-- tej J politically, wandered. the young man has MOKE AUOUT THE SCHOOL FILM) STEL- The following is taken from School Superintendent McOhes- ney's paper, tho Livingston Hau- i v t lier: Per capita Per capita 1805, Democratic rule, 1890, flrBt last .year of year of $2.80 , Hopublican rule, 2.20 Per capita 1897, second year Per capita third year of 2.30 Republican rule, Per capiita 1899, LAST year 189S of Republican rub, 2.20 Y and Mattings at II. Buy your Carpets 2.70 of Republican rule, From '95 to '9C a shortage of .00 From '0G to '97 a shortage of .00 From '90 to '98 a shortage of .00 From '98 to '99 a shortage of .10 Adding, we huye a shortage, in years, of $1.80 per pupil. Multiplying this by 700,000, the number of school children in tbe State, we have $1,250,000 shortage while the Bill Taylor gang has bad chargo of the State affairs. It is up to somebody to explain. Wo want to know what became of tbe dough T Who got it f A balf the-fou- r million waiting for the explanation. I'll liner's Sentiments. voters in Kentucky are Buchanan's Closing Sale. &c A certain Hickman woman assured her husband that sho never told him a llt anil never would. Ho told her that Call and seo our Stoolc. Kvery-tliin- g ho did not doubt it, but would hereafter cut a notch in tho piano when ho deceived hint. "No you won't knew up to date. idle screamed, "I'm not going to hao nl COST, because he desires, to close out nill goods in this line. my piano all mined." Mauy JiiniKNims Co. Tho radio id part of Hickman is busv all along Iho hue, building new tracks, digging water works tunnel, painting depot and arranging to construct a now river elovator. Altogother Hinnloriui; a luruo force, and paying out largo Minis of money. Tho road is ar(SuioiNor to Win, Dienivllirliik,) ranging for a largely increased river 1)KA.KK. IN busimss at Ilickiuau. Undo Nick Combs, the owner of Comb-.- ' Springs, is probably the oldest man in Fulton county, being Id, and his good wife is b5. They have been nil kinds; Rnoiilnl intention fflven to ilio selling of Kent Estate of married 05 years. Mr. Gonitis is in general health, velghs more mill represent h full line of the best mid most rellahle Fire Iiihup than ever before in his life, eats and doing biiHinesH In the Stuto, and that "Old Reliable" lfi6X.WAY, KENTUCKY. sleeps well, but is partially blind. Mrs aiiee OomnnnleB .MUTUAL B10NKPIT LIF10 INSURANCE 0O., that has ulremly ConiUs at 85 is as active as most women imIi! out largely over $100,001) Life Insurance in Hiukmaii itud vlulni of CO or 00, is always in a giod humor, FllEE DELLVEKY. and has a kiud word for all. From tv, and is IhhuIiik tho chenppHl and best policy of una regular Lite Toophono Store ' .No. Ot; Rob- they will reach tho boutury IiiHiirnnce Company doing buslnesH In this ooantry, Ho eoliol C uiav- -. 0(It . aeu him. yieuoo, Io. your 01I ttud . T- - t They acquitted the defendant, and tho oflluera are being soyerely for suuh an unheard of In a court of justice. The leading citizens consider It nn insult to every decent person In the city, and declare that eyerj' one concerned shall pay doarb' for it. An nttempt was mado to hush the matter up, but without avail. The Commercial league adopted resolutions condemning the proceedings. pro-needin- cen-eure- d g AND INSURANCE AGENT. REAL ESTATE E. Bartlett, The lloberts Law. Fancy 'jroccrics and Provisions, nt pulrotiRgef Of the Roberts local option bill the editor of tho Murrny Ledger, who seems to tborougnly understand i;,siivs: ''The hill with the features silly uneonstitutiounl eliminated was all right, bat if it had passed iu Its unconstitutional form last session the prohibition extremists would have had the honor of having iliwiiniiuislied been the catiso of whiskey being sold in every county and hamlet in Kentucky for two yents, or on til another legislature met to make new laws, Gen. John M. Palmer, who ran for President on the gold platform, after denouncing imperialism and inltitaryiam, si.s; "Let the next national Democratic Convention nominate a con servatlvo man tor the presidency, for example, Seuator Gorman or ex Senator Vilas of Wisconsin, re-- , adopt the platform of '92; Insist on a vigorous prosecution of tho war against the Filipinos; denounce trusts mid insist ou the freedom of Cuba, Porto Rico and the Philippines when capable of self-gorn me nt; Insist upnti reform iu the (tolleotioiij of tbe revenues aud appeal to the country.'' y Thk Populists campaign will open Sept. 4th, with speaking iu ten counties. Ignatius Donnelly, Jerry Si in peon, Tom Watson and Golden Rule Jones, of Ohio, Sen,-ato- r Hutlor, of South Carolina', and Ci clone Davis, of Texas, aro among the uotubloB wio aro ex pected to speak iu this State, I? -- If -- t f fc - - .M ; - W k 3gpt,81J . - - THE ESTABLISH ttl) I359. H l KM AS J ST COURIER: Y., SEPT. I, 18DJ). ;'' .Fi ,s . fc Vt 'If V ra i i i a' Vj- 4 OLDEST NEW'SPAVKK HICKMAN, wAVl'JORl'T KENTUCKY. VOL, XXXIV, NO. 41 h V J :m iH FULTON COUNTY, ;al and Personal, Shoul ou feel inclined to censure Faul I'you limy in others view Ask yfi r.owu heart, ere you venture, n t lias no ratlings too. ton tin i1 Amberg, of the Laclede, re turned in bt. JiOiiiH Thurduy. mW u'lid your orders to the now Oitv IJufcei 105 Fresh Oysters and Celery. Dlifc Harris luft last week for a vis- mm it to risjittiysiii North Carolina. "h&Lm!.j Allen, of St. Louis, is 111 " g J t lie ottiAlio inic.-- of Mrs. Jennie. Wil- . I - Mv C'liM'iiil 4!onrl. Sfti Tilt. SCHOOL ItOOK tJUKSTION. J 3 I Always In the Lead ! -- Al rijeyA. W. Lindsay is in Clin- ri'OK. Joy your School Shoes MJ at liloo The September term of tlo Fulton Circuit Court, which convenes next Monday, will have beloro it tho following docket: 4ti Commonwealth cases, tl felony cases ; 30 misdemeanor cases; 9 prisoners in jail on charge of felony ; 2 charged with misdemeanors : 40 equity cases ; 32 ordinary cases. brought with him to Frankfort today a striking illustration of the fallacy of the statement of I The Frankfort coneHponilenl of tho Henderson Qleuuei Suva: L'rof. HHrry V. MuOhesney, oi Livingston, the nominee for So periotemlent of Puhlio iDatrac-Hon- , si Supply yOUl S WailtS (jrreat- - ilt JtllCKinail I $2.00 AND NOW VK AUK ItHADY lo fdimv vimi the Nw Knll Goods in Mens, VoiiiIik ami Boys Clothing. and Shoes. Also, tin' Ladies, Misses and Childrcus Shoes. We Iiiivi TIicmc arc all in and on our counters lor in.sprrt imi. bought immense stocks in every lino, and nhould he plens- el to have yon look through tlteni, cst Store. Everything going at cost. Capt. l'linrr, the engineer who went over the proposed lovee route between hero and Hickman last week, reports that it is the most desirable, place for a levee he over saw. Ho estimates that tho cost of building this levco wiff bo tiO.OOOOO. This will make it as strong as tho strongest levee in existence. Tho average height will bo 10 feet. This will put it tlirco feet alwvo high water. Lake County Star. Tho next Kpiscpal Homo Ice Cream will Inj.florved by Miss Allie Dodds, at tho Dodds home, Moultou Street, next Thursday evo from 5 to 9 o'clock. This will bo tho last of tho scriett of ico cream entertainments for this season by ladies of tho Episcopal Church, and efforts will bo made to make the evening specially attractive and enjoyablo in appreciation of tho very liberal recogni tion given these ladies iu their lnudiblo) eiiort to relieve tneir cliurcli or debt. Theso Home Ice Creams will bo resumed iu Juud of next year. , Mr. Louts Wells, mention of whose illness was mado in tho Courier last week, died at his homo iu West Hickman, Friday morning last of dysentery, after an illness of some three or four weeks' duration. He was a ed, industrious mau, and had been engaged iu tho logging business for several years past, but for several weeks prior to his sickness was employed at tho Hickman bundle factory. Ho was a member of Klin Camp No. 3, Woodmen of the" World, of this city, and carried u policy for $l,5(Xi. His remains were interred at Brown's grave yard, on tho Dyersbnrg road. Saturday morning. At mmiio time iu the near future u handsome monument will be erected by tho Order to mark ns last resting placo. Tho deceased leaves a wife uud little sou mid ti host of. relatives and frionda kind-hearfi mm Kin; s.Nayi.ou's fJtFifitiU values in School Shoes at Shoe Talk. Did it ever occur to yon what a saving there is. in our method of selling; Shoes? Selling them in connection with onr other linen, we are able to handle them on n smnllcr margin of profit than exclusive dealers, for wo arc at no extra Boy Suits. The new Suits ore now in, anil sonic very pretty things arc hIiowii, anil the values, we think, are better than usual.'. The VeMco Knee Suits are things for the little? fellows, ages ?, to 8. These Suits have Vests. For ll larger boys, 9 to 15, we show an excellent line. The priccn .jO, and they an: start at splendid values. 1 Miss Lflla have returned from liibs-oWells, f; .Toh Hagnii, who has lieen on tho road fJeTthe past iiioulh, Is expected iiohim w ri,V. M Shaw and daughter, London speech, that the Indiana. oheup school book law is ani..- juiv rather thai) a benefit to the peonlo of Hint State. The consisted of two school books, alike wont for wonl ami letter fur letter, both purohaned on the same day, one at a New Albany, Iud., book store for sixty five cents, and the other purchased at a Louisville book store, tho prlco paid being $1 the regular price for tho book all over KenIIIuh-trntion AttoriiHV Oeneriil Tnvlnr fhn Pa. l,u,,,,CBU dard UeHrer, io bin tf 4 tucky. SON VS. KATIIEU. Kcll.il the fin Oct your eyes tested at the Old frci-- . on.loliusou sOplhalniotor k( Wicklitro Yeomau. iu town. B tin-popu- lar oition ud physician, of Union died tl week, aged it). KUU011 -- Dr, Ilnrrisoii, a well known City, At the Qoebel and Blackburn speaking here the 14tb, Col. Tom Gorbntt, of Padncah, was taken ill and was confined to Ids room until last Saturday, when he took the train for his home. Just before leaving he was asked what he thought of the great rally here the outlook for the Demo cratic ticket utid of his bod Hal's course in uniting with the mug wump bolters. He replied that he never saw such a crowd in Ballard county before as the one that greeted Senators Blackburu and Goebel. and the splendid effect of their speeches was more perceptible than any erer delivered in thlH end of the Stute. I thiuk, said he that Ooebel is the ablest young man south of the Mason and Dixon line, and I predict that his majority at the November election will be a regular one. As to my sou Hal's part iu the bolt, I don't know what to say, except .1 Him very greatly sarprls- - suddenly expense lor house rent, clerk hire, Arc Take, for instance, onr mm --mm j ! t Ladies Shoos. Many dealers soil them for S2.f)0, tind really they nro well worth the price, tor they are inside of fme-t- " quality Kid, mm stylish iih higher priced Shoes, perfect in, lit and finish, soft ami easy on the feet. And by our way of soiling you save the o(V. Then there is our Mens and Boys Suits. We have already received an immense line of the new' Clothing, and would he glad to have you look through the stock. We have never shown better values in Clothing than we. have on our counters fori Vfifl- i I I Jt is a sweet sight to consuuiers. Mbs Clny King and Nannie Thojnii Of Woodland Mills, visited Jo Hertweck this week. MiM MitJJ. T. Davis, who has 1kch vis it inp twnts at Oorydon, Ky., was ex- iKHrtediftrTi'turii home yesterday. your Shoos at Hico fc Nuy lor's Cash Shoe Store. M mid family, who have and Canndyinfiirned thU week. Soe twiplo keep tho S.ihbath so holy tlwt they don't work any for three days Isforo or three days after. -- Sugar chiefs nro lighting bitterly mid cutting each others prices savagely. boon bjfatrip through New York h.W. ! nJIsr - 8 .50 'iMjJmsjSto 1 of Hickman the hirgtst in tho lor tho llrst day. rvHiHie l'arret, ot f'lrclovillo, O. to visit her 1110- wilLi'i yioro HieMjWJM. iinicrK, ami otner rein- 'I hi attendance (it" Monday was I1HI01 y bt the to-da- y Col-leg- e ''old-time- " i. &: : - - .3-.b- ll.tt ... ...... - Tlu price. We oiiiht to get ?'J.(M) lor them, as others do, hut here again comes the advantage of and you our method of hct Shoes mnde for the .ir 8 7.30 and .iiifl .11..1 ..t 1 0.00 make the extra half dolhr. Soft Kid, nicely liiiNhctl, perfect fitting, and very stylish. Made with Heels and Spring Heels, in l.acc and Mutton, I'aloiit and Slock Tips. we can give you specially good things in all Wool Suits, that are well made and stylish garments. In the better grades, at visW'tM.'v sister. Mrs. Muggio Handle, returned to her home in Jackson, Tenn, Thurrd.iy. Shachelfonl, silver Democrat, was elected to Cougres. to succeed the late Hiclianl Park Hlaud. by S.SOt) majority over las Hepublicau opponent. ('.iruthersville Democrat: lairy Lawnnco left on the Liberty, Wednesday for Hickman, Ky , where sho will attend rM'liool for the next ten months. - MfiimW7 btovali.lllfl S: lihu-uc- eii lV.I0ftr4pw um (bu or .hi juar." ' School Shoos. We show an excellent line of School Shoes, in both the cheaper and better grades, and you will do well to examine them. We cordially invite your inspection. we 812.50 lo ( I8.0O show garments fully equal suits that would cost you 5.00 to 10 more. toTiiilor-mad- e I ' L. P. & W. S. ELLISON. ST S At Cost ! ! Cash Book Store. Splendid Selection of mmimwr - ' .BOITDITRAITT mT .w Mi.Yl Jf NEW BOOKS, STATIONERY, NOTIONS, WHLVL. Buggi dies, Bridles, Etc., :il SELL &c Call and see our Stool;. up to dute. ICvery-tliin- g COST, because he desires, to olose out nil goods in this line. Makv Hcukndi'.s Ji Co. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENT. G. B. BaEtMtf (SncocHcor to Win. DicHivllirink.) IKA(.KH IN Special attention given to the Helling of Keul Kstnte of till kinds; sud represent a full line of the best and most reliable Fire Insurance OompniiieH doing Ihiniuchh iu the State, itud that "Old Reliable" UWRMAti, KENTUCKY. .MUTUAL UHN13PIT LIF10 1NSUUAN0K DO., that luis already p.tfil out largely over i100,(00 Life Insurance 111 Iliekiuati mid vlului-t- , FU13B DKL1V13ICY. and is insuing the nliiuipcHt iiimI tiest policy of 1110 regular Lite Insurance Company doing business In this country, Ho solidity Telephone Storo ,No. 1)1; Kch- your puttouage, Call ami see him, ydeuoo, No. flTf Fancy 'jroeeries and Provisions, The Bravery of Woman Was grandly shown by Mrs. John Howling of Uatlcr, Fa , in a throe years' struggle with a malignant stomach trmibh that caused distressing attacks of nausea and indigestion. All remedies failed to relievo her until she tried Klectric Uittters. After taking it two months she wrote: "1 am now wholly MOKE AII0UT THE SCHOOL FILND cured mid can eat anything. It is truly STEIi- a grand tonic for tho whole system as I Mrs. Hello Cox. who ho- lx'oij vis- gained iu weight and feel 'much strong-V- r iting her sister. Mrs. .las. Fiiiiuu, resince using it." It aids digestion, Tho following is taken from turned home, ltipley, Tenn , this week, cures dyspeiwia, improves appetite will resume teaching music. and gives new life. Only fiOe. Guar- School Superintendent McOlies- when he uey's paper, tho Livingston Ban-ue- r -- Miss Huth Holconibo left Wednes- anteed at all Drug Stores. : day for MurfreeslMiro, Tenn., to attend Sonic Female College. Her brother, How Postal Cards Arc Ultcn Wasted. Per capita 1895, last year of Tlios Holcxftube, accompanied her part of the way. "Women often send messages Per Democratic rule, year $2.80 capita 1890, first of s Mrs. Ida Uoldburg, who has iwen to their dressmaker or to Republican rule, 2.20 nn illi her parents, shops on postal cards," says Per capita Mr. nfnl Mrs. Otto 1897, second year Hertwi-ckleft 011 tho the September fofhomo weeks, Ladies' Home of Republican rub, 2.20 steamer Kerd Herold WciiiiCMlay night Journal, ' attaching a bit of cloth, Per capita 1S9S third year of for her homo in Ohio. This ribbon or lace as samples. Republican 2.30 Tho Louisville Industrial Kxixxi- - makes the card unmtiilaUle, so it Por capiita 1S99, rule, LAST year tlon, Street Fair, Midway Carnival and is always sent to the dead letter F0ntiv.1l of Fire, Ls to bo held in Louis- of Republican rule, 2.70 villo, Oct. tltli to '.'1st except Sundays, oflico and Invariably destroyed. From '95 to '90 a shortoge of .00 mon Men presumably not in- From '90 to '97 a shortage of .CO under ine tuisptce.s ot too Ulks. Mr- Andrew Klks. died Aug. ISth frequently paste n clever joke or From '9G to '98 a shortage of .50 a telliiu; political fragment upon a From '98 to '99 a shortage of .10 postal and send it to a friend at Adding, we have a shortage, iu ......... ,w...h .......... least start it, but it never nrrives. " years, of $1.80 per M. K. Church, and his Nothing may be meinbirof the attached to a pos- Multiplying this by 700,000,pupil. the death is deeply mourned. tal card nor may be one word number of school children iu the The work of opeuing and written on tho address side but State, we have $1,250,000 shorttho water works tunnel is Hearing completion. It seems certain the address itself." age while the Bill Taylor gang has that we shall have an atiuudanco of wahad charge of the State affairs. Had a Jury of Women. ter not no time next week. This work It is up to somebody to explain. hasco-- t tho Kailroad, wo learn, about Wo want to know what became of 41,500 Some days ngn a justice of the peace at Ft. Smith, Ark , called a the dough ! Who got it! A half jury of abandoned women to try million voters in Kentucky are of selling liquor on, Sunday. waiting for the explanation. mihI 11. a caseacquitted the defendant, and They I'libner's Sentiments. tho nfllcersaro being severely censured for such an unheard of proGen. John M. Palmer, who ran ceeding In a court of justice. The leading citizens consider It an in- for t'lchideiit on the gold platA certain Hickman woia.in assured sult to every decent person In form, after denouncing imperialher husband that she never told him a the city, and declare that every ism and militiiryisin, siah: ht ami never would. Ho told her that "Let the next national Demoshall pay dearly he did not doubt it, but would hereaf- one concerned ter cut u notch in tho piano when he for It. An attempt was made to cratic Convention nominate a con kuewf-htdeceived him. "No you won't ti ti h li the matter up, but without sorvative man for the presidency,' bhc screamed, "I'm not going to have avail. The Commercial league for example, Senator Gorman or my piano all mined." adopted resolutions condemning ex Senator Vilas of Wisconsin, Tho railroad part of Hickman is the proceedings. the platform of '92; insist busv all along the line, building now on n vigorous prosecution of the trucks, digging water works tunnel, wnr against the Filipinos; deThe Roberts l,inv. painting doK)t and arranging to connounce trusts and insist ou the' struct iiuow river elevator. Allogother Of the Roberts local option bill freodom of Cuba, Porto Rioo and employing a large force, and paying out large Minis of money. Tho mad Is ar- the editor of the Murray Lodger, tho Philippines when capable of ranging for a largely ineroa.iod river who hoems to thorouguly under- self-gornmeiit; Insist upon rebusiness at Hickman. stand h.savs: "The bill with the form in tho colleotioiM of the revL'nclo Nick Combs, the owner of silly unconstitutional features enues and appeal to tho country.'' Coinlm' Springs, is probably the oldest eliminated was all right, but if It man in Fulton county, being !", ami had passed in Its unconstitutional Tiik Populists campaign will liis good wife is N.r. Tlioj have been form lusl session the prohibit inn open Sept. 4Ui, with speaking in inarrud CM years. Mr. Ooinlis is in exIgnatius Donnelly, cellent general health, weighs more extremists would have had the ten counties. than ever before iu his life, eats and dirilioKulshcd honor of having Jerry Simpson, Tom Wittsou and Mis. lieen the cause of whiskey being Golden Rule Jones, of Ohio, Sensloops well, bat is partially blind. Coial at h5 is as active as most women sold iu every county and hamlet ator Butler, of South Carolina, of Til) or GO, is always iu a ood humor, In Kentucky for two years, or un- and Oi clone Davis, of Texas, are and has u kind word for all. From appearances they will reach the coutury til another legislature met to make among the notables who are ex pected to spunk iu this Slate, new laws. iiwrli. i -dry-good- trolnllw iave given him; to seehim In such company. I have not seen him since his fall, bat if lie persists in training with the bolters and I keep my health I will show the people how fur astray, politically, the young man has wanderod. -i- i V3 -i , Ml the-fou- r recon-Ktriictui- g lUiy your Carpets lYIattings at Jnichanairs Closing Sale. ) pt y V I I .. Ther Hickman Courier MAYORS IN GEOWiE wAUtlEN, Publisher. JAIL in SUNKEN SPANISH SHIPS. Three of the War Veitel In Manila Uaj Halted anil Are Rebuilding at Hone Kunar HE MAY RESIGN. SI STEEL ARCHES FELL. Lives milled Our, Three Men Mining rtmt Nevrral Hurl at the Chicago I t UICKMAN.' f KENTUCKY Two 'ew Municipal Governu tuts tho Philippine IsluminCollnp'o. CURRENT TOPICS. BniriPii Imlln now ha 17,000 140 The rZSmBu I via Hong Kong, Aug. 28. Recent events havo proved somewhat discouraging toofllclals who are trying to accompany war with a Two new policy of conciliation. municipal governments have collapsed through the treachery of the mayors. Sunday the mayor of San Pedro who was elected by the people, under the direction of Prof. Dean Worcester, of the United States advisory committee for the Philippines, was brought to Manila and lodged in jail. The United States c Ulcers at ban Pedro Macatl found that he was using his ofllcc as a recruiting station 8,004. Railway wheels made of leather for the Philippine army. Four dishave been experimented with in guised insurgent ollicers were helping France. him. In Russia you must marry before S( The mayor of Hnliug was also aror not at all, and you may marry only rested and eoutlncd in the same prison. five times. him passing beA .new automobile is bclnp built for The Americans caught tween the line of the two armineswlth the prince of Wales, who whl operate incriminating documents which the it himself. e Tuntv-fivwomen have been authorities secured. Another promhanged in England during Queen Vic- inent native mayor is under surveiltoria's reign. lance. At the present rate of increase the When tho result of the election at United Mates will have in 1900 about Imus, which Gen. Lawton and Prof. 125,000 physicians. Worcester engineered, was announced Xot one drop of intoxicating liquor tho Americans inquired as to the is allowed to be sold at any of the mil whereabouts of the people's choico and itary camps of Canada. were informed that he was in prison at Qukf.n Wii.iiki.mina, of Holland has a passion for gay colors and wears Riltbid, where the authorities had placed him on suspicion of being a dresses of gorgeous hues. He was released and I.v the first half of 1S9S Japan sent revolutionist. C10,500,000 gold to England. Thus far installed as mayor. Such events and conditions tend tc in 1SC9 it has sent only S4.&50. Germany publishes about 20,000 give color to the assertions of foreign books a year, France 11,000, Italy 0,000, residents acquainted with the native England 6,000, United Mates 85,000. character who iDslst that a great maThe constant labor of four persons jority of the natives sympathize with for an entire j'ear is required to pro- the insurgents and elect officials wnotn duce a cashmere shawl of the best they kuow bo revolutionists. to quality. For two weeks Manila has ben poIn St Paul recently a boy fell from ft wall sixty feet to a railroad track liced at night with unusual vigilance, below, and escaped without serious Apparently the authorities are expectInjury. ing trouble. A HUOK wine barrel at Nancy accomThe trend of affairs tends to make modated at dinner 150 workmen, who the policy of leniency unpopular fead been building it for the Paris ex- among the Americans. When they hibition. abandoned Morong they burned the Leo XIII. has just received a present of an automobile, sent to him by a whole town. Col. Smith, of the 12th infantry,.who devout French manufacturer of these is in command at Angeles, Is skeptical vehicles. The only two great European capi- regarding Filipino friendliness. Intals that have never been occupied by stead of nllowlug the natives to rea foreign foe arc London and St. turn to the town as heretofore he has Petersburg. ordered his troops to shoot all men Jami:s Clark, of Quincy, 111., 'who trying to pass the llns and to turn .tclobraadlila tooth. blrthdaV recently, back the women and chllaren. He reis uuwne oniy uona nae oiaesi mason cently gave the Amlgos in the town an lnAmefica. T. V. Davis, of Peoria, 111., opportunity to prove their professed although 72 yeart, is an inveterate friendship, putting them to work it rider of the bicycle, which he began to digging trenches and cleaning btreets, but this only displeased them. ride when 0L Jojix C. Klaudkh, who died recently The foremost citizen of Angeles In Philadelphia, was the original n lawyer who had welcomed the Ameri mush man and made $2,000,000 in cans w ith a great show of cordiality, the business. was found communicating with the in Buffalo's new Union Railroad sta- surgents. The Americans, promptly tion, to cost 50,000,000, is to have a waiting room fcO by 235 feet, said to be marched him off to ban Fernando to stand trial. the largest in the world. Duhi.no the last half year 125 vessels DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. aggregating 234,877 tons, were launched on the Clyde, beating all records. Flame I) hi an Iinineme Amount of Dam. England still rules the seas. nee to the Standard Oil lleilnerle An association of London women at Chicago Suml,y Night. conducts the genial business of caring Chicago, Aug. 23. One of the most lor w inilovv boxes ana growing flowers for balconies and small gardens. destructive fires that has ever occurred J. P. llr.YANT, the Bardwcll, Ivy., at the Standard oil refineries broke out millionaire, owns the largest straw at Whiting Sunday night. It was berry patch in the world. It covers caused by a leak at tho bottom of one 1,700 acres and has made his fortune. A few minutes after the of The Philippine buffalo, which is firethe stills. broke out there was a terrific ex preferred to horses or 'donkeys, is almost an amphibious animal. It can plosion and the Haines spread rap not do hard work for any length of idly to the two immense tanks con time without bathing and wallowing taining 2.200 barrels of partially in the mud. refined oil. At the present time PhiuiAi's the only word that is the it looks as though the eight same in all languages is the "I let lot" remaining will be consumed. The in response to the telephone call. loss so far is estimated at 8100,000. Wherever there is a telephone line the word is in use, and means just what it There are ovor 30 streams of water playing on the fire, and the supposi does in English. tion is it will be impossible to do more The hair of rabbits and other animals in Russia is converted into bowls, than confine it to the present limits dishes and plates, which are valued for Stephen Wllkens, a fireman, Harry their strength,! durability and light- Ronney, engineer at tho works, and ness. The articles have the appear, Jesse Cunningham, a still man, Were nnce of varnished leather. seriously burned by the blazing oil. The air is clear at Arequlpa, Peru. l'hlllppine Iilaud HnaiirtM. From the observatory at that place, Washington. Aug. 28. A statement 8,050 feet above the sea, a black spot, one inch in diameter, placed on a white of the receipts of the Philippine isdik, has been seen on Mt. Charchanl, lands from the date from occupation adlstanco of 11 miles, through a by the United States government tc telescope. July 31 last, shows that the total reA house can draw on the worst kind ceipts from all sources for the period of enrtli road about four times as much ns he can carry on his back. On a good named was Sj.249.41L Tho receipte macadamized road he can pull ten from all sources by ports for the above times as much, on a wooden road 21 named period are: Manila 3,S48,248 times as much and on a street railway Hollo 5205,300; Cebu 5156,130. 58 times as much. Train lilt Thrm. An electrical engineer has made ? Toi.eho, O., Aug. 28. A Michigan telescope by which it will be possible to detect the locality of smokeless pow- Central passenger train struck one oj der. He has used brownish-relenses, D. J. O'Hara's garbage wagons killing which show up the very pale Hash the horses, demolishing the wagon practically invisible in the daytime and fatally Injuring the driver, Martin as though it were an ordinary ilame. Setello. Swldkn is building a new navy. If Kcrjrthlnj; Quiet In Samoa. sixth ship of the new type, tho Nlord San Francisco, Aug. 27. J. 0. Leigh, is receiving its gun and final equipment. It is a coast defense vessel oj special correspondent of the London Tiroes, who has just arrived from 8,600 tons. Souk authorities hold to the idea says that while everything at that a child's disposition is largely present is quiet in tho Islands, tho governed by its diet, citing the gen- powers should net nt once upon tho protleness of the rice eating races against posed treaty, otherwise the disturbthe quarreling meat eating children ances that have but just subsided may is proof. bo be Italy Is tlio homo of postage stamp who is renewed. Commissioner Eliot, nlso here, does not anticipate a counterfeiters, and the work is so cleverly done that European collector renewal of hostilities, though lie suys arc kept in constant a'late of appre- that locai conflicts between the onncs-hension lor fear that they will U ing factions can not, for the present be prevented. windlcd. nrcn of the world's coal fields it 471, SOO square miles. Tiiuik are 40,000 locomotives In use en A mo ican railroads. Ota I. mining is one of the latest Australian mineral industries. Evksiy blast furnace in Pittsburgh it producing to its full capacity. Nkw Yohk is said to have 7,500 bar bor shops and 25,000 barbers. Tub fruit business of Omaha, Xcb. it valued at 51,600,000 annually. Oklahoma is harvesting a wheat crop estimated at 40,000,000 bushels. A Hkulin newspaper predicts a great panic in the German money market. The number of languages and din lects spoken in the world amounts tc An students' college Volley of Lenlenor Unpopular Among Ilurned Moron c American After (U Abandonment. 22, Trend of Aflalri 1(d4i to Make the Manila, Aug. Ma-cat- i, Washington, Aug. 20. Naval Constructor liobson has submitted to the navy department n supplemental report to that recently made on the condition of the Spanish ships raised from Manila bay and now being rebuilt under his supervision at Hong Kong. These ships nro tho Isla do Cuba, Isli de Luzon nud Don Austria. . lie sets forth in detail tho condition of the work. He says they were more dnmoged by fire than by shot, and that most of the rebuilding has been made necessary by the burned woodwork. They were fcO percent, completed on July 1, and Mr. Ilobson says they will be ready to be turned over to tho navy for scrMce within six weeks after the arrival of the batteries and tho electrical plants. These were shipped some wc5ks ago, so tli.it there Is every prospect the vessels will bo In commission before long. He again urges that offorts shou.tl be made to raise the other ships sunk in Manila bay, and says that tho Velasco anil Don Antonio Ulloa are in first rate condition, as tho Spaniards sunk them at their anchorage before they fairly got into action. He recommends a c.iref ul examination by divers and says that if the authority is gien him he will visit Manila and make a personal inspection of the sunken ships. THE CONVENT FIRE. Tour I'enom Were KIIUil, Two Arr .!! lor ami a Number Injured Mm of Tau llalldlni; Ilurned. riio Ilurgliors Mu) I)eaml Rciiffia tloii of President Krugor. The toUieum llutlilluK, "You Never Miss the Water d....- n... Tin u., urrr .ivwio- jsry, 'At I in iic mil Transit of Kmpljr Carlrli ge Caaas Inlrixltil for the Tran.wal London l'up.r Cuiiiuicnl. (lotcrnor of Nntl llrfiaei to Alio tin-ca- 2. The fire o'clock Monday morning destroyed nine of the ten buildings of St. Agnes convent and orphanage, entailing a loss of SI 50, 000, and caused the death of four persons. Two persons are missing. Twenty-fivinmates were injured by falls, jumps and burns none seriously. That more lives were not lost wai due to the heroism of the sisters and some of the older Inmates. A dozen sisters were cut off, in tho upper stories of the convent 'building. They were forced to the windows, and while some climbed out to"th'e sills others knelt at the casements inrrayer. Engineer Otto placed a long .adder against the outer wall and rescued half i dozen. Six were forced la jump for their lives and fortunatcly.sU but Sister llcrtraud escaped wlthouAserloui injury? The escape of Sister I Vgncs utmost a mlraltaA She seemed w as cut rfloor off on the foe "Hkt anil eleoUdjJgto Jurnpjff J window rotiicrlhan plunjJV.J'f'U.uo furnace that had once been a stairway. She climbed out on the sill and then seizing the shutter swung out clc.tr of the building. Then she loosened her hold, bhe struck the ground squire upon her feet and tuen fc.l over on her stde ICcforc any one could reach her she got up and waineil quickly away unhurt. Aug. 1 e Parkill, N. V., that broke out at London, Aug. 28. There Is llttlt fresh news from South Africa, but it is announced that the governor of Natal has refused to allow the transit of empty cartridge cases intended for the Transvaal. The Pretoria correspodent to the Dally Chronicle declares that President Krtier's concessions are so that It Is doubtful whether tht Iturghers will ratify them. He thinks it more likely that they will demand Mr. ICrugcr's resignation and the appointment of a younger man probably Schalk W. lluiger, u member of tho executive council of the Transvaal. All the morning papers comment upon the seriousness of the situation as revealed on Saturday at ISirnilug-haby the speech of Joseph Chamberlain, secretary of state for the colonies. The Dally Telegraph calls the speech "an informal ultimatum." Tho Standard says it marks the most critical stage j et reached. The Daily News observes: "We can not but suppose that such grave words were well weighed beforehand." 1 he Times says: Such a delicate situation can not be protracted. We believe that within the last few days the final arrangements for the general direction of the expedition which will le necessary in the event of a rupture have been completed at the war otllee. "It is scarcely necessary to joint out the extreme danger of allowing entrance into South Africa of arms nhicb would be likely to fall into the hands of the blaoc population, exceeding the white fourfold." non-olli-cim ANOTHER STORM COMING. 1b Weather llurao 1 Not Able to I're-dlct the Kitrnt of the lWporteU Cyclone oft WASiirsoTOS. Martlulqa. 2A Aug. Official of FIVE MEN INJURED. A Caatlni; Mleghlng 1 went tIn tho C I' mi Hi I rune, Work. In Mll.4iikr-- . till j-- lll Tom, lllll -- While Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. .9 at work hoisting ono of the immense castings for an engine bed 'he Metropolitan Street Hallway to of New York, five meji were scriousl) injured at the foundry of the K. P. A. .is works shortly before midnight Mom'ay. The inpn had raised the casting weighing 27 tons from the mo, l while three below were at work lusting" It. This task accomplished, to. signal was give p for the two cr.imnuu, and Dooley, to return .i their cages on the crane, where the engine for hoisting is located, when tin entire structure gave v ay.throwmgt eeranc-me- n to the ground and bur ng their companions beneath. The men were extracted with difficulty. '1 he loss to the Allis works, hi addition t tho Immense damage done the ma lilnory, will be especially severe, and it will delay all casting of large w.r In the foundry for several week and perhaps months. This will mean a loss of thousands of dollar. Nle-ma- n fr the weather bureau are not yet able to preiMct the extent to which the cyclone reported south of Martinique will develop. At present the information received here indicates only a slight disturbance south of San Domingo. Tnc locality affected now, however, is entirely outside of tho scope of tho reporting station and until the ator.n moYc further north it will be linpotsl-bito determine its extent. lly Monday morning it is expected that the storm may reach the vicinity of Santiago when more definite data may be obtained. Careful watch is being kept by the weather bureau of Its progress and should a severe blow come prompt warning will bo given by the- service, Inasmuch as the weather bureau are on the lookout constantly nm! report promptly the approach of any unusual ind sudden chnnge in the meteorological conditions Chief Moore Is of the opinion that the cable company operators shnuTd bo restrained from disseminating reports which may cause unnecessary alarm. With this object In iew he Sunday sent the following dispatches to tho Halifax and llermuda Cable Co., the United State and Haytien Cable Co, and the International Oceanic Cable Co.: "For the good of humanity and in the interest of eommerco will you nlense not cable any West Indian hurricane forecasts unless emanating from tho United States weather bureau. A baseless forecast may bo the cause of much unnecessary consternation, as instanced in the dispatches made public Minday morning." o oil'.-cia- ls INSPECTED THE TROOPS Secretary Hoot anil Adjt. Gen. t'orbln I'nlil Ftltiir Visit to the Army (.'map at tump Mcitcle. Aug. 28. Secretary Root and Adjt. Gen. Corbln paid a flyVASll:NOTON, i:mlr I'urlr Droit nrd DiKDANH.i k. Ark., Aug :v About s, seven miles below here a part) of consisting of Mrs. C.i uu Jackson and two children and Mr- John Smith, with three children, an Louis Price, a grown man, were imping the river in a skilL when from m.uio un known c.iuse tho boat capsied, drownXc-groc- ing the entire party. Kllla-i- l 111 F..m!ly ami lllin.rlr. d WiNMi'f o, Man., Aug. 2! h rederlck Johnson, a Gilbert Plains farmer, Monday shot and killed his wife and three children and then committed suicide. No reason can be men bed for the deed. Iluy ing visit to the army camp at Camp They left here Saturday at midnight, nnd returned to the city late Sunday afternoon. Their object was to inspect the two new regiments of volunteer infantry, the 27th and 23th, which have just been recruited nnd are now rendezvoused at that camp preparatory to their departure for tho Philippines, lloth tho secretary and tho adjutant general nrc enthusiastic over tho fine nppcarnncc of the men of the regiments The 27th regiment, under Col. Hell, is now under orders to proceed to San Francisco, and probably will leave Camp Meade on the train which l bringing home from that city the Pennsylvania organization which hai been doing duty in tho Philippines Meade. Pa., Sunday. It was s sad trrnr. TIip oM man lay on his bed, and by htm sat the faithful wife, holding lua worn hand in her and fames back the tear to grift hi wamlrnni! look wtlh s imlle. She poke word of comfort Hut de felt the rold hand and of hope falling on him, and he turned hi weary up to hrr pale, wan face. structure. "Jennir, dear wife. I atn going " "Oh, r.o, John- - no )t-n- ot )r." As tho mass gained Impetus, bars of "Yc, dear wife," and he rloed lm loud "the tnd iron inches thick snapped with a nrsr The world grow dark ii report, and the great mass moved slout me There i a tmt around me gath-truithicker and t linker, and there, a faster anil faster in Its descent. To through s cloud. I hear the inuitc of angr.a the ground It fell with a crash, ami wet and tad " "No, no. John, dear that irn't angel; was heard blocks away, the struoturo " leaving the walls practically unin- that'e the bran bind al the corner "Have "What'" Mid the d)ing man jured nud sending up great clouds of ihrme cundrel dared to come here when they know I'm djing (Jive me my bootdust and dlrU jack. I'll let 'em ee." That more men wore, not killed and And in a towering re the oH inrt injured wtis almost a mlriole. Fully jumped from bis bed. and Iffore hi wife eeuld think he h.vl opened the window and SO men were at work In tho spaee covhed the !ootJrU at the band ered by the arches as they fell A "Pie hit that fat leader in the now'" number of the men fell into tho small And he xftnt luck to bed and got weil Tit-Hi- t. exensatlons, of whleh there are manv in ground beneath the steel works, To California Tin I lie Midland Itnitlr. p m , s livery Pndaj inaht, at 10 and although somewhat battered up through 1otiut , fur San l'ran i by their tumble, were saved from carrying firt and (at feond r'a nenger, great masses of steel that leaxei the Chirac", Milwaukee A --M pitti the crashed down over them. Several Hallway I nion lv..etir Mil. n. ( h ' c , its Omaha. (Jorad (filing and m I.iImj of slnndlnr; under City (with elop-uvr- r them wero privilege at the arches when they commenced lit)), for all point id Colorado, I'Uh, ami to fall and running to the sidownlUs, .NesatlnToorvtCalifornia The Car berth rale frwnt Chicago by great good fortune, happened to to San lancieo t onlv 3 00, and the ir Ing ear berths hoti'.il be refers rd a few stand in the space left vacant by the days m ad vs tier of deiniinre of trait curve of the arches away from tho Through ticket ami sleeping car arrm sidowalls. Had the arches fr.lion to niodation run be secured from an agent in the e4t, applying the I either side the loss of life must havo Milwaukee 1or tb Paul Depotat or t it)Kxjg",t Ink-ebeen much heavier, but they fell true, Olllre in CWko Send for our fir lUiutiated California south on a line parallel to the side of folder Addree (ieo II I lead the building and nonu of them sato trsl Pastenger Agent, Chicago, Ii rd, (jrn. the two southern arches fell at all out-- s de the space to be occupid by tho In Trrhnlenl Term. A reporter fell on a Iiper pa i mrt the building. "iitiparnaiiv n trv other Jay He did not langtnge," ome would haie d nr tit ' t COTTON MILLS SYNDICATE. hi hp, rubbed down the liniwi, and w.tli a benciolmt milu radiating, hi cunte-namU Mine lit o ( iihlrol All the Mill. In the remarked It "We don't rhenh anv ill will. bti f .r en Coiiiiir) on a t niltatlxtlnti of One trrtAining reading tnatirr commend u ti Hundred nml I llty tlllll the obitmr) notue of the man v ho ought to swetp thii pavement "Tit Hit. Fall Ktvr.it Mass., Aug. 2J. Nelson Ilrr Snuurallfin. G. Greene was hero Monday representr girl I oil A pet spaniel, ing a syndicate of New Yorkers who but rrgainrd old by mean heran advettne-men- t of it seek control of the cotton mills of tho tc'hool Ittkoti t.i ihnut Ilrr the loit tucp, ami he wa erv attrntiie of SlMl.uiM,-00country ou a capitali.-itloWhen her teacher finished tpeakiii; he Ho declines to glio his ottering aaid"Mi May, v,hy didn't the ahrphird ad prices, but asks tho mills to send a the paper for the ahetji?" coinniltlec to Now York to receive tho cr(ie in Tunc. of the bids from tho men who details Hnfr. arc organizing the syndicate. She I think Dewey can bo tniMrd to Hankers who were in session hero irltit a new admiral' uniform that tints Monday morning with Mr.Greeno wero turn, don't ou lit Oh, )e' It if u't u. if he were a martold that local banking interests would u'k not suffer by a trust such as ho pro- ried man.-l'posed, for local management ami local Lyirs'i1 a certain mark of cowardice. botitheni banking would bu a p.iit of the plan. Twelve steel Chicaoo, Aug. 2l. arches each weighing 3!1 tons, which were to have supported the superstructure of tho Coliseum building, in course of erection on Wabash avenue, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets fell to the ground late Monday afternoon. It is known that six lives were crushed out. The bodies of three men nrc supposed to bo under the wreckage. Seven are In the hospital with injuries received of these two will surely tile, one may possibly recover, and the balance are for the greater part seriously Injured. Alt of the 12 arches were standing, the twelfth nud last having been completed Monday. It was the Intention of tho steol contractors, the Pittsburgh UrldgeCo., of Pittsburgh, Pn., to turn over its w ork Monday night to tho general contractors. Tho immense "traveler"' or derrick, which had been used in the erection of the arches had been removed nnd the agents of the bridge company cro accounting their work as practically completed, when suddenly nnd without tho slightest preliminary warning, the nn'li last put in place suddenly fell over against tho one next to it. Tho weight was too much for tills. It gave way, crashed against the thin! and then oneby one the great steel span fell over to the south, precisely in the same manner as a number of curds would fall. Nearly all tho tuen who were killed were at work on the top of the arches, 10 feetaboie the ground. Some of them made futile attempts to slide down the side of the arches, but before they could help themselves they were hurled to the ground. Many of them uttered piercing shrieks for aid as they fell. Most of them were killed outright by the awful nature of their Injuries. Tho skulls of the unfortunate turn were crushed Into shapeleM masses, thrlrMlmbt were cut off us by a monster knife and they were mangled Iriond recognition. The immense structure began falling slowly, each arch being sustained by the cross beams supporting tho entire Wc never realise the value of health until it is aone. When old time strenath and vigor .ire 'wanting,...purify thebl'yod c... l.. lawny cy i.i.l. twiii a .ir,.i.iriii.i; jiiun re-. stored appetite, pe'fect digestion, steady nerves and etxn temper tvilt prove it is bringing back the glow of perfect health. r..j'. ' JwodA Swuabai lm) e e e m M A PHILANTHROPIST. Ife Was Colnn In del lllelt nud Up (tnuirthlujr In Cool the IVopIr un. "Yc, ir," exclaimed the man with a linen diuter ami n lui;li crowntd straw hat, "I'm guuiit to do it " "Ulut sre jou roiiih to do?" aiked the polireuun to whum the utMiiRcr had ad-re ited hiimrlf. ' You know," lie wont nn, without herd lnu the question, "that the tr..inrr timtitlis are invsrtahl) marked h intrrttrd nut breaks o( all kinds Mm atii;r pArsiuu krein to rue with the thermometer " "What were jou tlirratrniiiK jut now" aikrd the polirrmau, tend)'. ou were Roing to do What are ton yoitig to do?" I'm k"i? to get "1 tit Komi? to net nth nunc Mrady employment nud site up my money and invett it judictotul) at.d get rich There's no end of good sou ran do Kiclt mm sir dump a err at with nehrs Hit) eitabhen nlii! deal of Rood now and rollecre and lihrartea and let the pvotiio grt n,uaintrd with the otluiii; thought of pliilomphy and the Mihhmiticn of icirnre. Hut in the ntoiitht of Jul) and Atieum ou, "lliralriun!" You said "Yr lonittlnni: nlitervul plnlowiiili) ami rirnrr don't work, neh there will t llv the time I fiae all the rollrcen and hlirsne that thrre will be need of. and I will rap the (iininut of tar s mamour vivil.utiou with a moth marble refnerrator in earn town, a when anybody feels hi indignation that nting he ran ro there and wandrr up and down the itatcly corridors and cool off," Washington Star. a praitual cnnunolofut, har dnntd'-- M ct HE SOON GOT WELL LBdlaai milk the llonljaek oat tht) Leader's tr Had at llene flrlal Kftrct. tr er: g . , 1 e, five-yea- 0. - l'lul-adelph- ii I'uJea Keport Cniuril a Stllrldn. Duiilin, Aug. 20. J, M. Sinclair, high sheriff of Donegal, committed suicide by shooting himself on receipt of the announcement that his daughter, IS year of nge, had boon drowned in another part of the country. The latter story now turns out to bu false and has caused nil immense sensation in th county where the family is prominent. Tho author of tho falsehood which caused the father to commit sulcido la unknown. In Shanghai. jyr& UmM ),! fa-f sslr aifAiiffrntHi II If II BWUAUU leUUK J VUI 1VTIIUW Al your stomach Is bad, your liver out or oracr. Aycrs nils win clean your tongue, cure your dyspepsia, make your liver right. Easy (o take, easy io operaic. idc. All druggists. m Kmuiclutrit O., Aug. 2'j.- J - Arthur, 'on of Marshal thinner, fell into nn abandoned well, half full of water. The erics of the child ilui not for several minutes attract attention. The father snrang Into the web, and with tho assistance of friends ,md n rope rescued the boy. Arthur was unconscious, and It was thought ho was dead. The father, after an hour's work, saw tho boy regain consciousness, and he Is now In a fair way to recover. The child was in tho well ten minutes before lie was discovered HiooiNhi'oiiT, American Inhibition Valuable Timber Ilurned. PiiiLADKLl'HiA, Aug. CectkNNR, Wyo., Aug. 28. Immense raging about Laramlo tional Manufacturers' forests fires are peak, In the northern part of Laramlo purchased in Shanghai, county. The fires have been burning ing containing HO, 000 for the pas', ten days, and hovo de- lloor room, and as soon PiiiS ff P.W44 stroyed a iargo quantity of raluabto timber. Lady Tarde-JIml28.--La- The Naassociation has China, a buildsquare feet of as practicable a permanent exhibition will be established there. 2l. Will Attend the Conference. Chattanooga, Tonn., Aug, 29. Gov. Ilcnton McMillan, of Tennessee, stated In this city Monday that ho will attend Yiaut your mouiuclie nr Krd pm'wii or rirn maricr 'men ute a lauUtul I ,. ji, n m. BUCKINGHAM'S DYE Me. Cft,.K Intane. ,t a e h.u t ce OAXLAKD.Cal., Aug. Yarde Duller, daughter of the l&to Gen. Kirk-hahas been declared mentally incompetent 'by Judge Hall, and a guardian appointed for her. the In conference of governor! St. Louis next month. anti-tru- st i .""A1.?' WMTflTTFiia .rarei in lime, worn nr anieauta, Use I i 'A v X -I- Pl t-. STICK TO BRYAN. Tha TENTH PENNSYLVANIA. 'Itlatni of l'lttsbur;h Tandar too m I ! CUBAN CAPITAL SmuuglliifiT in Havana Almost Stamped IDLE NEGROES. Tha (rn.ade Against Tfaeam la Llttlo !Ut l Ualng l'uthad Vfjoroatly-- A Lar;e Number Leaving tha City, m &tMMMt4AlW1tMCt9t. NEWT KELLY ARRESTED. . IV ti aVOVa. Uebraska Democrats Stand by th Sliver Leader. lOemnrrntlr Nrnlliiirnte uu llt-fur- turiiliia; soldiers Orand Kaceptlon IhaClty la Gala Alllre. i'lrrsnuHoit, Pa,, Aug. 29. Monday win a cilia day in this city. A reception wn tendered to the 10th Pennsylvania regiment jnst homo from the Philippines. Tho jrrand pnrndu was onu of tho llncst ever been In this city. It tvan 5 o'clock when tho head of the column reached Bchenley parte. After reviewing tho parade, President proceeded to tho music pavilion nml nildruK.-icthu holdlcrn. 'J'hu president's speech was received with tumultuous applause, especially cvvry reference to tho gallant lOllt. When thu speaker enumerated the regiments entitled to Mocial lion urn, tho toys of thu 10th tVrlik a hand in the cheering. As each regiment was iiii'iitloiictl the soldier .h:wcl their iteltglitln prolonged upplaim'. TlieUOlh Kntikiis (Col, Kunstuli'n regltnenl),v.iine In for an ovation. When the Nebraska rrifimont wan mentioned tho buyvcouhl wltli iltllleulty bo htopjieilt but Hie I'liili battery's inline literally set tho Cheer after chvur went up men wilil. und tho regiment In chorus gnve'lho 'l'liu I'll hppine veil borernl tlmuts. (lull buttery nml the 10th rogmiiMit M)ro uhunih In tho Philippine, ami several times thcl'tab men slielleil the Jnnglei driving the niMirgents back while the lOtli slept after a battle. An uulookod incident occurred when the 10th regiment lllud In front if tho reviewing stand In Sohenley (Kirk. Shortly after the column mnrrblntr past tho president the crowd uu the hillside, which was ami contained many of the mends and relative of the lOlh, oiHuiiioiieftf to Mirgo forward nnd In a few mumeiits tlio rope and wtrre swopt away and soldiers nnd friends mingled, pasting the stand eu muc The movement hud no ugliness about It, but was just a spontaneous dash o( friends for long absent Invnt , After tha soldiers had eaten limit late dinner at Ihe raeo track, tho several companies wore taken in hauil.by eommlltoos from thoir savor.il home towns aud ceortsl lo special t ml ill lo carry them home. Mc-Klnl- Out by Collector Miss. An r Ultere Chalrmnii W, ll.Tunip- the Hlntr Conven-IIii- ii n Omaha. American Woman Writ Gomel She Hays flho Ifopa to Gen. "ho MayI.lveloaalllmIrraldant The General IWplle. 20. In Ms sperch before tho democratic; , state convention nt Oiunlin on Ati;i. tt 22, Temporary O.iilrmnn W. II. Tompsnii Mild: "In the coinlriK tintllo of ljno we will the iilntrurin of M, mid renominate the same leader of democrm-y- . We will he true to the plrilKP of our fathers, Wr will, as lti)l son reared to retere'nee their teachings, swear nnew eternal (illtKlancn nml fidelity to Hip Declaration of Independent worship tin every Una nml innlntnlii Its i vry precept, acred n the memories of our heroes deud nml loyul as the patriots living To trnr therefrom one of ll warred principles In t. invite tha luKlnnlriK of an endlea ruin urn' .ray "I'arty. parly, what sins have been for th irptulty thereof In tho year son by, liut It turn left o the nineteenth century republican lo announce, from Ibe rostrum and through th press lhal tills nation ha oulKruiwi the prln--clenunciated In tlilrt sacred decWirn-tlo- n Yet the dlalanr la only from a mar-tyr- .l Lincoln tn the untiling po'ley of thi preatnt administration 'Who will pull dnwn the r)ajr No man or nation llul ry palr'ot, In the Dttlarn-tlo- n rr) of Independence ahould olr. In lifting It up Into the aunliRht of Ita own beauty, and let ever)' atar and tery stripe itlltter wilt) truth rraplrndnt. Peace upon earth and (nod will unto men If to be a ann ot America I to be nobler than to have been a aun "f Home, then America' bna must lie kept out ot I be Unman buatneso. If by greed and lomiueat llotnt fall, then we alio u Id heed lhal leeson "We should mat the Hlijrtao with the a wren I nation, franlinr that brcomi-tu and 'ih (he Htar'iy lnplrd by a rm a If sltltt In the preside nl'n mansion, arl nut mi inrtalxrof a hoard of trade Do r'i aa I am wrongT Then let the re'umlna heron turner I appeal to lb lip of the lirin and the writing of the dead who knew and know If 'no man Is troAj trough ib aovtrn another without hi w la ron' r. i ' by and wllli thebat authoritynot our an re eon for lreMten a tln7 If ficwnclne; a policy la because eoncra is MH It aeaalon. why does HOI the preahlrB. lHak more call for rmera. aa provide,! In ihr roratltwtlaa. awl lea ralln for arm and aoldiera. not atrtetly In accordance with he constitution? Ara we to decry a ra.ir and we'roine au Annrlrhn uur.. r Or la he loo afraid of 'havtriK a ronr a on hla haa4.' ainl thereby tn he ronatltutloa and to deprlvn the Tiii-nlnycom-mill- A t Filipino, who had lived some years in Cuba and IIavana, Aug. hev-er- fr be-ga- ll o )luln in, amassed n considerable fortune, recently died, and tho question arose as to who should tako charge of tho As tho man died under estate. American sovereignty tho United States controlling tho Philippines tho courts of Cuba could not deal with the matter and tho military authorities refused to net. The responsibility therefore devolved upon tlio British consul general, Mr. Lionel Cardcn, who represents the interests of American citizens here, and Mr. be in in charge of the estate until the the return of tho son of the deceased from Me.xlco. Owing to tho activity of Collector Illlss, smuggling, which used to be rampant In the city of Havana. Is now stamped out here. Cuba is a kind of 1'aradlse for smugglers, owing to the long, broken, coast, and it will take some time to eradicate smuggling altogether. Hut Collector lllias is determined to do all In his power to put an end to It-- ' He offers 23 tier cent, of the value of the confiscated goods to any custom houso inspector capturing a smuggler. Thu strike of tnnsous continues, though the masters have to agree to pay from 9.S0 to 52.S0 to masons, and from SI to 1.10 to laborers for a day of nine and a half hours. It is said the carpenters will strike next Mondny if the strlka of the masons has uot been arranged by that time. Gen. Maximo Homer, recently received n letter from Madame Teodora Car-dcnw- ill Th crusade against idlo Negroes, which began shortly after tho atrocious assaults, committed on white women in this city last week, is being pushed igorou.ly. Of tho 50 Negroes jailed ns suspects p. largo number have been sentenced to jail for 00 days on bread and water oa the charge of vagrancy. The bread and water sentences are given under authority of an old lav? that had not been Invoked in many years. Large numbers of Ncgroci havo fled from Little llock to escape arrest. Three who havo been Identified as those who assaulted white women have been removed to another county to avoid possib'.o lynching. Olllccrs arc still searching lor the other two culprits and arc arresting every Idle Negro they find on a, charge ' of vagrancy. (lev. Jones Friday received a lcttci from the "National b and Lynch Law association," of Spring-Held- , O., requesting him "in the name of humanitr, law nnd order, to pre vent the lynching of those 40 meu in Little llock." Aug. !0. Anti-Mo- ' litTTi.r. Rock, Ark., I STATE NEWS ITEMS. 4M94MMi 3MVdfJ i A KENTUCKY Two I li V ll SHOOTING. VI It la Charted He I'oliooed Ilia Uncle, Then llobbed lUem-So- on After. ward Started In Ilutlneai llrothers and the Manhal UnaVs Arrest The Former Are liudly Wounded and Under Guard. Ky., Aug. 24. Newt Ke'.-l- y was arrested here Saturday night by Detectives Armstrong and Hardin aud lodged in jail. Kelly came herefrom Henry county three mouths ago. He is alleged to have poisoned Sam Kelly ami his brother, who were his uncles, last year at Lockport, Henry county, nnd to have stolen $0,000 In money from tho homo of SamKelly. uel Ho was not suspected at the timo of the death of the parlies, but some time after the money was missing Newt Kelley went Into the saloon business at Eminence. Tills gave weight to the suspicion. It got so uncomfortable for him that he of tho business threo months ngo and came here. The sheriff of Henry county came here and took tho prisoner to Newcastle. dis-pou- -d Louisvn.i.K, Ky., Aug. 2a MonEHEAn, TLa Thompson brothers and Itob Moody, who were engaged in the fight with the marshal at Farmers, Saturday night. In which Lige Fuller and othcrt were wounded, wero arrested Monday night. The sheriff found two of tho Thompsons at homo seriously wounded. Tlieso were placed under guard until they aro able to come into court. The others will be tried at this place Saturday. Much feeling exists between the friends of the Thompson! and Town Marshal Scott. The Thpmp-sonhad Scott arrested, charged with shooting Wanen and Will Thompson. He gave bond and w ill be tried Sat s tr-da- CHANGED CANDIDATES. Iter. H. O. Gujrrnnt, on the Ticket for Miperiiitenili-n- t of I'ubllc truc-loiWithdraws Ills 'nme. Antl-Goebi, THE CORDON AT OPORTO. Hit Aocrti-- FOR A REVOLVER. Will In- - Ibut If ll.t.ilill.lird It s '. l'ro'Jucs :t I'aiiiliin 1 ban III riugiu, OpoitTO, Aug. 20- .- There has been great exodus of the population bince the government announced Its intcu-Ho- n to establish a sanitary cordon around Oporto with the view of the spread of the plague. Tnc proposil meet, with much oppo-s- l ion. Dr. Pina Calludo, the governor of Oporto, has resigned as a protest. It is averted that the cordon if established, will produce a famine more injurious than the plague. Ito'h rail- TO a 25. Ilcv. E. Guerrant, of Jessamine county, tJ n Uthtrl DjInR. was nominated by the democratic convention last week tot Coitm.v, Ky., Aug. 20. John Hubbard, of Hammond, Knox count', superintendent of public instruction, while drunk became boisterous and Wednesday announced his withdrawal was handling his revolver in a careless from the ticket. Hev. E. C. Ovcrstree-.- , manner when his brother, llradley of Taylorsvillc, has been chosen by Hubbard, attempted to take the weap- the atato committee to take his place. on from him by force. In the scuttle Mr. Guerrant gives as his reason for the weapon was dlieharged, killing withdrawing the criticism to which ho llradley Instantly and fatally wound- has been subjected by certain newspapers. He makes public a sharp leting John. ter of reply to these attacks. 11 Two Ilrol lire, ill llaiiiiiionil, tctillleil for the M capon Onu It nil the Louisville, Ky., Aug. O. auti-Goe- .Mr. DREYFUS GOING THE LYCEE, te i . or rather rututnir. the Itnanrn of ir)lnb way ef war and ro'onlMilon to ruin and undermine the !tabll"htl wllp of our e Roerti-mea- t; ron andh ntlsmptrd not lo nd-lor arWlrarlly vreoM. but lo run eoiiir-- t. rtn wltb4tot It The one rauaetl the wrk of the democratic iwrty, the othrr I rauelnit. an I will the wreck and ruin of the rrpubllran iwriy Karh linn olluied our p llttc with olllrlal and afKiln:er "The onntilln of one wrnne. like the obtaining of on lutury demand anoiher I adopt eI. Ihle demands One- alt mut havr an It auport mlHtallMin. once ohtaltint mut have roofed-rni'- '. ami ihem we mut and In order lo h an alllnnrr with or? olber nation, hveour miMI and natural ii'llanre I with l.tiK-lan- d Ho here we half the annual Amerl-a- n alliance And attain we turn nwy from the f acaineaof nil our hltor from Waili-Insio- n lo lt Klnley Ie mtu'racj ever lru to the teachlniii of lla founder, an swer no "The tru't under SIcKlnley hi y alnhda with all rtvnU ami cunln hand, the drum major of hi prosperity The nun I to ward off the laborer aeeklnK the emploment he loxt by the r. of the etabllhinent of hi and In nitune the tr.ivrllnR roup whll he rciul hi 'no IntiKer wantrd. "We the uet:in nuked a lo what I would tn do about triut 3011 are Koln remove from them flrnt the folrrlnn cars of the Kovernment Thry are. to it sreat extent, in ihl country at Irani, the direct ofTprln of protective tariff and ihe cold tn.ndnrd The prolerllve InrllT make thu vray rny and the sold atumlanl tiifiken It, I in numerous caa, n biislncas ncresty would llri remove Ihe protection on every nrtice. and when a trust without competition w no formed on any article of nrccsally I would muke auch orRitnlintlnn n crime, with iinprieonmrnt, nml not n small crlm, ns the iiunlshmenl. and provble for ihe Inking rharxe ot the cnrito und With plriily of windlnt; up lis ntTuIrs mun-- ) In Ihe hands of Ihe people new enterprises will spring up Instantly nml bual-n- t 1he count ry MrKlnley la runn'.n-t- of a rti;hl 10 order w hal (.ball and ball nnl lw dune? Ioe the yreahlent fear what all know -- that Imporkillam and m!i'arum are illaHteae twlntt aud thai earh la. n tnjat be a etranKer to a republican form of K'nrrnmnt" "How murh wa may feel for the ! plead for our where, we lo-lti n lnuuilona. for the home and the flrtf No. but III It not aide Tear down the flat be tn.- - embteiTi of optwetwlon ' What I'laveland tried to do by way of pop iihruuahth-lr.ire) nl ronrr. wl.il tliemrinberaof CI! . v- -'' SUPPLIES FOR PORTO RICO. ll I . vrr a incci vaaw fnki 11 vr tp-prra- y and nl HrMii liKlly nl l.utnlier, liny, Oatt lli I'r atoporl Kll ttricS iM BtirU lrtsle rillira.lAy ru, St.w Yoiik, Aug. VJ Tho I'uitcd States tr.tiiHitt Kilp.ilnek will sill Wednesday fot San J111111 und Santiago, carrying n Inigv amiuut of suppliei iln In Porto ltleo. fur the dcllutl including aUml I.V,0(K) feet of lumber, which the government will give to tho natUes to bo iimh! tn rebuilding their -- At a meeting of the campaign committee Friday Senator Hlackburn announced that ho had just received a letter from V. J. liryan, in which he said ho would be In Kentucky the latter part of September or the first of October, at a time agreeable to the party leaders. The letter was written jjst before Mr. liryan left for the Pacific coast, where he expects to remain until September 15 Senator Hlackburn stated that the campaign committee would at once arrange for the trip of Mr. Itryan through the state on a special train, accompanied by a number of the party leaders. FitANKKOiiT, , Hry.tn In Kentucky. Ky., Aug. 27. A I 'A ill?, ew llunco Game. Ky., Aug. 27. A new bunk, game is being worked throughout th state. A stranger secures lodging at a Lart.e at night n couple farm house. drive up and announce they wish to get married. The stranger sayb he is a minister and marries them. Tho farmer's signature as witness on tho certificate later turns up on a promissory note. Mt. Stf.iilino, Warchnutn Hunted. Ky., Aug. 25. night destroyed the ware- house of Wheeler & Herriott and tho adjoining warehouse of R. M. Iiarnes, sr., Trimble llros.' grocery warehouso nnd W. J ' iV?i A Cumin lhe the cargo. The Iliiford. which Is to salt on Thursday for Matanxas, Clonfuegos aud Havana, will carry about S.oOO.OisJ jtouuils of forage, TROUBLE IN THE CAMP. Alxjul l.fiW.OUi) pmintU of houses. hay. oils aud bran vlll form a part o( . ltfii el ! lb liniirlel Negroes WorLlng oo lb Itsllrosd at Kockforil, III., W.r tounil Willi ratal Injurlo. !'J,-T- &T em-)lne- h-- ar 11 nt canal shorten the trip through the lakes, rt jind assume nhsotutii control of nml a ship cnnsl arross the Islhinils of g Panama, and then throw open the trade to all ami niiy who wish to cngaue therein "lnsltii'1 of fooling nway our money In Philippines, If It Is land w e wnnt Ihe far-of- f would spend the millions In rnnsiructlna-restrolr- s In Ihe western states "With the I20.wi0.000 spent In that Investment fornn 'option on wur' these western plains and vulles would wave with thrtr KOldi'ti harvest an llelds never waved con-jilruwater-carryin11 bu-fo- re of tII thrm b) providing for Ihe extension bf III dnilniiKi canal lo the Mll-.lppl. "If the iiitersiitf commerce commission ennnot rrKUlatr trnnsorlntlon, would I wilt move .is 11 should move Compel an iqiilublo adjust-ineif dlffereiices "Vuu alt what the trading Issue of 1WV) will be .My answer Is, good, ilctnocr.icy all along tlic line, nml our new Andraw Juckson leading tlio light Into every stnto In tho union. Let evtry soldier rnllsii'd In our new cause sclccl nucli gunn from the many 11.1 may lie bcrt ndaptnl lo Its use; then nlm at the onrtny and lot nl our own people Tho wur la uot ciiued; II nt rnnrled providing ror .a "A law should board of arbitration between capital and inbor that would and could arbitrate, nml thus stop the destruction of property, loss rlnKnaMon of business, and. worse of than all, lois of respect for our luwsnnd he lle, iiaii Just bcuun. Lanier, who says she has been watching ami praying for him r.O years, ond that the Cubans ought to bless him, "strewing with flowers the path of the man who has sacrificed most of his life on their behalf." Sho hopes she may live to see him president of Cuba, and asks him to write to her, herself, "A devoted American Two Freight Train Collide. friend." W. Va., Aug. til). lUuntcKHViM.K, Ho replied in part as follows: Two heary II. .t O, freight trains came "Tho sweet and beneficent spirit together, killing Fireman M. A. Poc that inspired the sentiments of your and Ilrnkeman C M. Hall, of letter and tho spontaneous sympathy W. Va., and Injuring fatally of soul which it shows move all ray three other trainmen. Tho wreck wa gratitude." caused by a misundcrstnndtng of orGen. (lomci was so ranch impressed ders. It happened at a bridge, and the by tho assurance that he gave the cortilled with respondence to tho local papers, creek was completely freight cars. Trains were delayed Vatarant' ITnlou Couvajitlun Clea eight hours. Dks Moines, la., Aug. 20. The Union Veterans' union closed Its annual conFound Dead by tha Itnaiblda, KVANMVIM.K, Ind., Aug. 20. Fred vention here Friday. Tho final reMorgan, whose home is supposed to ports showed tho order prosperous have been at Kvauston, 111., was found financially and Increasing rapidly in dead by thu roadside near the city membership. Tho next meeting will Monday morning. The physicians Hay be held at Washington In October, the man was starved to death. The 1000. MaJ. Harrison Out of Dancer. supposition is that he became sick Washington, Aug. 20. A cable diswhile traveling and no one discovered patch received at tho war department him until dead. Friday from Maj. Gen. Wood says MaJ. IJoliI Colli Kichaiigeil for Certificate Russell 11. Harrison, who is ill at SanWANiiiismox, Aug. 29. Up to Mon- tiago of yellow fever, appears to be day in:!, ITO.S-I- of gold coin nml bullion out of danger. Harrihave been exchanged for gold certlth son,' who Is in Paris, is being kept cates. daily Informed of his son's condition. jm-lisub-icribin, ivo weeks ltocKroiui, 111., Aug. ago 100 Negroes were imported here, from llrookliaven, Miss., by Win. Fort-ue- r it Son, railroad contractors, to work on improvements on the llllunU Central tracks between here nnd Dubuque. Thcrodtns been trouble in the camp and Monday two of the Negroes were found west of the city with injuries that will prove fatal. Twenty-liv- e of the Imported orcw, who were discharged, came to town Monday, stranded, and are being fed by the and Sircmcn until they can be returned south. The hnur la a quarter psst six H Is attended by military warden. On hto sy lo the I.ycee he has to pass throuRti a double row of soldiers, who are drawn up as shown In th sketch, with their bucks turned toward lilm ways are now closed and the only exit Is by the sea. At a largely attended meeting of tho fl " Mercantile club Friday resolutions were adapted protesting against the old fashioned and exaggerated methods o.' isolation. It in announced that tho cordon will not affect Lccca or tiaya so that tlio wino export will continue. OLYMPIA BATTALION. It Laadatl Vrom tho Cruiser at TIIU Fraacha for Drill Tha Kntlr reputation Viewed tha Tarsd. Nick. Aug. 28. The Olympla battalion lnndod from tho cruiser Friday morning at Vllicfrauohe, near here, for drill purposes tho entire population of tho town viewing tho parado from tho surrounding heights, Tho men pescntcd a splendid appearance, Adin. Dowoy received a visit shortly ucfore'lioon from F.dward Andre, A Faker Uu a Hike. consul at Manila. Ho passed a quiet day on board, and seemed In perL.tfNOTO.v, Ky., Aug. 20. A faker fect health and greatly benefitted b who claims to be riding on a. bicycle tho rest he is taking. from this city to Philadelphia on a wager of S300 is "doing" several towns Hough Itliler.lppolntetl Lieutenant for board and lodging. ' El. Paso, Tex., Aug. 20. Geo. Curry, Fatally Hurt. sheriff of Otero county, N. M., who was a captain m ltoosevclt's rough IIorhiNsviU.F. Ky., Aug. 20. Charles riders, ha been appointed a lieuten- S. Jackson, an employe of the Louisant in tho llth cavalry now being ville & Nashville railroad, was struck formed In the Philippines. He has by a small crane at Kelly. One side of Ho will die. his head was crushed In. tendered his resignation ns sheriff. Ilol-glan IIaydkk, Ky., Aug. 23. While excavating near Spring creek the skeleton of a man was found between two rocks. It is presumed that it is the skeleton of The Annual Kncsmpoiant. a peddler who some years ago suddenLkxinoton. Ky., Aug. 24. Arrange was last seen in ments were completed Tuesday morn ly disappeared and that neighborhood. ing for the annual encampment of the Second regiment of the state guard, at Keutucky Triplets. Lexington, on September 1. The First Morf.heai), Ky., Aug. 25. Mrs. John regiment will probably come to the llawldridge, wife of a prominent farmstate capital and the Third at some er living on Slab Camp, five miles east point in western Kentucky. of this place, became the mother of three bouncing babies, two boys and They Want .speakers. one girl. All the babies and the mothFitANKFOiiT, Ky., Aug. 25. The pop ullst state campaign committee sent er arc doing nicely. out invitations to Senator Marion C Miners AU at Work. Ilutlcr, of North Carolina, Tom Watson MlPDLKsnoito, Ky., Aug. 25. In adand Jerry Simpson to tako part in the dition to the Mingo Co. mine, tho Kentucky campaign. Fork Kldge, Reliance and Itryson Mountain mines all resumed work Itlnc In a Chicken. Owensboiio, Ky., Aug. 27. Mrs. Geo. Wednesday morning, the miners acNewbolt, of Harney May Springs, lost cepting a ten per cent, advauce. Tho a gold ring three years ago. Thurs- coal strike is now ended. day she killed a chicken and found aptdalno und Lieut, llaycraft Asilcned. thp ring in its crop. FitANKFOiiT. Ky., Aug. 21. Secretary of War Root has assigned Cant Noel They Cjuarraled Over m OebU Ky., P1NEVII.LK, Aug. 27. Ned Gaines of this city, to the 29th regiWhitakcr shot nnd mortally wounded ment nnd Lieut. Wm. A. Hay era ft 44th regiment. Their appointThe Gus Helton in Leslie county. trouble arose over an old debt, which ment for service in the Philippines was announced Saturday. Helton refused to pay. A Mysterlout V?:'kaim.es. Ky., Aug. 2S. The dem ocratic primary to nominate a candi date for representative from Woodford county Is set for tcptcmbcr S. The C. It. race between Stout and John Arnctt is becoming close and interesting. lloth ef them arc for Hlackburn for United States senator. Three Ilondrad Doc Killed. GitKENL'r, Ky.. Aug. 27. The mad dog scare continues in this county to an alarming extent. Up to the present time over SO hogs, four horses and ten cows have been killed on account of Not less than S00 dogs hydrophobia. have been killed since the scare, be- gau. 1' stables were also damaged. G. L? Kirkpatrick lost 100 hogsheads of tobacco In Wheeler & Herriott's house. Total loss will bo about SIO.COJ. SliLi'HERDSVlLLE, FltzpatrteVst raining. "1i A v Wedded at I lie I'u.r. Ky., Aug. 27. At the Hullitt county fair Mm. G. W. Clarke, aged 52 years,. and P. T. Smith, aged 21 years, were married in tho judge's stand in the sight of the crowd attending the fair. The bride's children objected to tho wedding, but to no avail. Found a Mceleton. r ii to-th- e Fire. Hindmax, Ky., Aug. 25. The house of Prof. John II. Smith, jr., of tho Hath public schools, was burned and all of the household effects were destroyed. Incendiarism suspected. Secretary Smith, of the National Association of Mexican War Veterans, announces that the annual meeting will bj held in Indianapolis September U! aud 1 1. Left Font Taken (I IT. 20. Will Gaithcr, an employe of the Illinois Central railroad here, jumped from a, moving freight train at Nortonvillo Thursday morning and had his let t. foot taken off. Mexican Veterans .Annii.il L,k.'1.noto.n, Ky., Aug. 27. eeilnj;. I'mi't Joke. Willi Uncle Sam. s of The cnjiltiil InTcstiil In plnt-rjuniirtuiiiont In 'ircut llrltrn oulfclilo of ltarney operator, emMe.Mauus, a Trillion Is over 1' (l.oon.000. Tills Riven ployed at La Crosse, has been bound cinploynicnt tD about 830,000 jicoph',- over to tho federal grand jury by atnl jirovltk's iifcoiiiinodatlon for 1,250,- I'nlted States Commissioner Leoiisou, 000 hcctnlorn. of this city, aud Jailed in default oi Direct cinployniptlt Ib fjlvun lo bail. Me.Mauus wrote au obscene letubout 150,000 l'Op!o by r.ondoii'Bplni'Cn ter to a young woman living near here. employ-tueof nimwiMiif nt, licHlik-- indirect The girl's mother secured tho letter to a host of trmlcmncii nnd and MeManus' arrest followed. He contends thac lie was merely joking, London' plnces of niniifccnient number but tho commissioner couldn't sec it c.nn. IncluilliiL' 450 nuislo .'.n .1 that way, itnd henco his urrcst fok hnlln, nnd provldo accoinmodntlon for lowed. oboul iiau a minion ijrui".ca. 'J'.. I'an-handl- Lakavj'.ttk. Ind., Aug. o A .Strange, Aralctlon. Sl'lti.vonu.i), Itccause of a nervous nflllcMou, Tom llooth, aged 00 years, can not walk, but if some one will start him ho can run ahead until somebody stops him. O., Aug. 30. pell-me- ll nt ork-icopl- u. -- I lha I'lacue at AiiraliUan. Vienna, Aug. 20. Although- - according to tho latest reports, the plague at Astrahkan, Iiussla, is not bubonic, but milder nnd pneumonic, the Roumanian government has issued an order closing the frontier. Kuisc-Rouuikul- an Fatally Injured In an Klevatnr. Toi.kuo, O., Aug. 20. Hrncst W. Iturbank, salesman for tho wholesale druggist. Walding, Klnhen it Marvin Co., got his head caught between a descending elevator and the floor Friday evening and received probably fatal injuries. Typhoid Fever Kplilemlo. LiTCiii'iKi.D, 111., Aug. 20. An demic of typhoid fever Is raging Cut With a Ilmor. Lancastki:, Ky., .Aug. 20. During a fight in Logautown, a colored annex of this place, Hob Ilurnsidc, 10, cut Andcraou Hutnber fatally with a razor. The cause of the trouble is not known. Ilurnsidc was arrested. Hunter'! Ildd Mistake. Hoi'kixsvilli:, Ky., Aug. a Wutiliiuun Nearly Creinteil. 2'lT The Graco Smith, a ferry boat to Metropolis, was burned. The blaze was caused by an accidental fire lu the cablu. Loss, $5,000. rs nearly; Tho watchman cremated. Vaxcf.iiuiio, Ky., Aug. 20. Police epiJudge A. II. HoldcrpesH mistook Sam in Mr I lit my for a squirrel while hunting this city, Thcro wero threo deaths iuu shot, hlin in tho arm and stomach, Friday and in several other cases tho )0 shot tiking effect. Ills condition it patients ar very low, terlous. 1'ADUCAii, Ky., Aug. ?i j v.' V -- HT LOCAL NEWS, .MAKK A liKI'IMTt. HN1SII. Fanners Froo Column. Going to Build This Spring? Wo can furnish you with everything needed to build with VERY LOWEST PRICES, Hough Lumber, Dressed Lumber, indows. Doors and Shiugles, Nails, Builders Hardware, Paints and OIN, Lime, Cement and Plister Let us llguro with you. Sash and Minds, L. V P. &YLS. Ellison "V "T 'W Knllroail N., 0. LEAVES: Trulu N'o. M Ht 9 Trnlu No. 3, t 'Ml TIiim- - Tull. AKKIVKS St. i. m. in i. Ij. R. R. Train No Truln X". it, 7 IS 4, 2 ' in. ni Taylor Attacks Brown Taylor, the Republican nominee, attacks the Inst Democratic Statu for inifunuiiiige Administration ment, &c, and the Inst administration was that of John Voting Of course Brown will Brown. defend h i m s e f; and his "dear brother" Gooliel will be bound to help him. I What's The Use? What's the use of holding democratic conventions to nominate a Representative for Fulton and Hickman counties. To bo snre that's the old time custom. But, In these latter days many go into these conventions and feel justified in refusing to vnto for the nominee if he happens not to be their first' choice. They arc quite willing to force n second choice, upon the other fellows, and thou whoop it up nnder the lash of the party whip, but not so If their first choice is defeated. It gives such men an undue advantage of 'Uiobb who In Boot) ftiHh ato will ing to support the nominee. Hence If you are not going to support the nominee, dont go into the convention. -- "( 5 We do not know whether free silver is relegated to the wall, or whether it 1b in front, or on the bottom, or in the middle, we do know that the finances of the country are now on the gold basis, nor is it even remotely probable that it will be disturbed so long as present conditions of solvency and prosperity continue, from Europe and his persistont refusal to eay a word on the questions that the administration iH struggling with has made him to be one of the most interesting, and perhaps the most i 'portnnt, figure in politics in this uonntrj. It is vyell known that Reed re gards the whole imperialistic pol icy to be the most disgusting lol )y. But Reed says nothing to the public. Ho probably thinks that the time will come when an ex pression will be necessary and then he will speak. zation of Illinois, according to Ulnrichtmn, will take a hand in the Kentucky cam paign, sending one hundred orators to speak for Mr. Goobel. The Oounty Democracy Marching Club of Chicago has consented to pa rado in Louisville. It is evident that tho ndmlnis Tim trillion does not propose to go in milks of life's buttles urn to tho campaign of 1900 with the open to all : the lowly handicap of the Philippine war im; and as well as the great though in thecontliet full mam-maperiling its chalices of success If tall, you must reach toau honis possible to remove tho hand! ored estate. Pres up to thu front with a it cap by moans of a more vigorous mind, and struggle with all resolute your illicit, or soon with your or intelligent iiiauagoineut of the shame and confusion you'll situation. Hud you aro but the toil end of Thu new proposition to ostub the lislia rigid blockade, of all Philip K I pine ports, including Manila, wtth T tho reopening of tho campaign at ir the close 01 the wot season ludi cat es that a stern effort at tho mi &5T l'msh Oysters and Colory receivmediate suppression of tho ed daily at thu City Hnkery. outbreak is to bo made. meet in n g The City Couucil will A largo American iirmy of 70,000 ular session next .Monday night. soldiers, exceeding any colonial Mr. O. 1. Iuigun is- building a new force of years in the residence on his turiu on Troy nud world's history save that employ Possesion is nine points of the law, ed by Spain in Cuba, will then be and the attorney's fee Is the tenth. available for land operations Mr. CJreeu Walker's new residence against Agiiiuiildo. The coast in West Hickman is alout completed. bno will bo guarded by tho whips, The world has more charity for dead of vVntHon'a lleot. men than it has for men who are dead It should surely bo possible broke. with theso tremendous advanMr. Ctoebel says he will speak m tages to bring guinaldo an each county in tile llrst Congressional early reckoning, aud it is not to likolv District. now that Otls's lucapocity will be There are thirteen inmates of the again allowed to stand in tho way. awaiting the action of the county jail II not tiHUiiitiy rumnved from circuit court next week. command in the Philippines, there The Woman's Kiptul Rights Association will meet at Mrs. Robert Faris' is reason to believe that tho ox creiae of his limited abilities will this evening at I o'clock. bo confined to Mnniln, and that is infested with burglars, Clinton fighting officers like Lawton, Mc is made to try and the. suggestion remedy, which i, we MipiKbc, to Arthur, Wheaten ni d Wheeler will hang a few. be supreme in tho field. Under The farmers of Hickninu County theso conditions the outlook in arc preparing land for the largest acre- the Philippine will bo materially age of wheat ever known in tho history brightened. of the county. It is not too much to hopo that Meriam Carter died suddenly in the l'hilipffino war will end before Union City, and his wife has been ar- tho incoming of 1U00 the year of rested charged with poisoning him. the Presidential election, mid that Hail was refused. tho people of the United States Sept. 4th is Labor Day, by proclamay then puss definitely upon the mation of Gov. Bradley. God proclaim single issue of the iustice!and wis el lil'i lalor days in each year fi days dom of a permanent American oc shalt thou labor, ice. The Terpsichoreuu club of Hick- eupntion of territory in the Knot This issue is man enjovert a dance in the new La ern Hemisphere, clede building Monday night to the serious enough in It sol T it phould hleasnro of all who attended. not bo made moro difficult or Over '() years experience in re- complicated by n continuation of pairing line watciies aud clocks. Satis- the blundsring responsible for faction guaranteed or nionev refunded conditions now existing in the H. W. BliK. Philippines. A large railroad force is now engaged in putting in a "Y" in WVt Kiuliircil Death's Agonies. Hickman. When that is completed Only a roaring fire enabled.). M. O r commence, on the elevator. work will rettson, of Sau Atitonia. Tex., to le Gov. Bradley has been advised that down when attacked by Asthma, fnin no Kentucklans took part in the lynch- which ho sulTercd for yertrs. He wr "s ing of Squab Bolin at Fulton. The his misery was often o great that it lynching took place over the Tennessee seemed that be MitTered the ugonu )f line. iieaui, oui ur. ivwij; s .uw wisvijM'y tor uousuinption wnouy cure 0 loaves Broad for 'loc. . This marvelous mediciuu Is tfl 'Hi lnnvii Urml frirfcl.Oft. Patroni.e homo industry aud save from T.iiii'i nuni fur wtli(ii!l tic i' 20 to HOc on the dollar, at tho Now Oitj; sumption. Coughs and Colds. ..ml all Throat, Chest and Lung tronbl s Print Bakery. wnurmi' si lnai Passenger travel on tho river is very iiiv anil .fi.oo. Drug stores bottle free at all heavy at tho present timo. All the boats plying between St. Louis aud Memphis Hugged too Violent Ij . are crowded with excursionists every trip. By squeezing a jirl so hard that Deeds, giving tho consideration as ho broke two of her ribs, Lhivld '$1, love aud atTection," must be stamp-a- t tho value of tho lands so transferrul Campbell, of Pittsburg, Pa . a carA ppecial deputy trom Washington is penter, him fallen into trouble. looking after such deeds. The complainant Is Misa Alice Tho Fulton Leader says it was ru- Dllo, of the Hast End, who says mored on the streets of Fulton, Sunday, that Campbell called on her and that a storm had done serious damage hugged her so violently that two to Hickman the night before. The re- of her ribs wern broken Campport was without foundation. bell has furnished Imil for a hearing. y SHAW'S SHOE DEPARTMENT published notices not to exceed it lines fanners who aro subscribers, w lio have horses, mules, cows, pro duets, seed, Aro , for sale, free of ulinrgu. riw h, from I'lliler this heading will hereafter bo mule cheap White LVx-hii- A good milch cow for sale ami a U. I. Hosi:. FOK i NALK. eggs A Haiitams, chickens and Apply to Wauiikn S. Ki.i.tsov. i Agul-nalda- n i I Is a special line apart from all others. We carry Shoes from the cheapest to the highest of prices, guaranteeing full value for every A tine Jersey .Milch Cow. with young 11 P.viiiia.m. calf, for side. .Irrtv JI II Hi 'o w, Dollar so spent. Tor Sale. Three gixsl mules, wagon and fiirui lag Implements. Apply to Ai.i.x. Hick. Mule for Sale. .Midi's ami two lumiCsA Mares, for sale. Apply to large anil varied line of j Three L'ood - recent LADIES FINE SHOES selling at $5.00 and upward. of 81.00 Shoes are selling nt sale. ,M). D. Mayks. About 25 different kinds of Shoes, A line whole- Ha) fur Sale. have tor sale seventy tons of gisxl I lay Timothy, til! 00; Mixed, Clover Hint Timothy. ll.00; Clover U (X). Hitt'ci: Hi:my I " '.'00 Fid-ton'- s r I -- bushels extra ouallty Irish l'ota toes nt the Carmen No I, New Ouecii and M utiles Thoroiighhre.! varieties In not levs than 10 bushel lots at .'(' bush. Pure Apple Vinegar. 10 gul lots, '.'On. New Sweet Cider bv bid only, at ffl DO I) W Dickinson. fiVii hai.i:. 5 The Racket Sale! -- - 3 Everything Goes 25 Per Cent. Below Cost !" t fin LADIES AND MISSES SHOES, that were $1.00, 1.00,2.00 and '2.00,. ... THUNKS, now f(V, 1.26 ami :i0c, lO.i 7lc, Si. 00 and l.2J 1.60. TOWELS, 10c, loo, and 20u nor pair. HOSK, Iwo pairs for ICc. VAMSliS, j and ft0,. STRAW HATS, KKLT II ATS, Co, 10c, loo and 20c, 7fic and I CM.OOICS, 7fx, Sr,o tinti D6i. . COV. Si. 00. t l.AHV III IMION, Uimiil-.k 10 vnrds lor 2fi conts. PKAUli HU'ITONS, do, for 2fi. KI.ASTIC, 2puml jmrl. l.lvl.TS, oo, KK'and w. WINDOW SHANKS. 10'. 1U)X W1MT1NO PAl'KU.fH'and Uu SIM UTS, from loo l. Tfto. 1 that wV.ro liio and 20c, iiieutiniii-d- . now Oc rutil iOo. Niiiilctons ntliur Ilargaius lout cniinot tic C'umo and he convinced.. Racket Store, Ky. Hiokman. Big Bargains at II. 1 The return of Thomasa B. Reed Buchanan's Sale. to-da- C o s i n ix We Feed The World. The Democratic State organl counties tucky have had more or less small pox within the past IS months, and Dr. McOormack, of the State Board of ITealtli, regards the situ ation as .very serious. He says that unless there be general vaccination all over the State, and that all sanitary precautions be taken at once, that when cold weather comes the disease- will spread rapidly to all parts of the State. in Ken- Forty seven Thoaverago man's inability to handle tools is responsible for much of the Perhaps the profanity heard Introduction of manual training in the public schools will havo a tendency to purify our language. The days aro gradually growing shorter and tho evenings cooler. The approach of fall and winter is thus being quietly proclaimed before we realize that the summer is fust slipping away. Some of our bachelor friends in search of a "sweet little tiling" for u wife may find her in the 805 uoud Cal- iforu.su girl, Miss Lucia Denl It is not' necessary to see this lady in order to testify to hor mashing powers. The ladies of the Mothodist church gave mi enjoyable icecream Tuesday evening at Mrs. Alice Amberg's. Instrumental and vocal masie by Mi. Belle Cox ami .Misses Mercer and Ftiqua contributed to tho pleasures of the evening. gjtf I positively will repair your watch or clock at less than the cheapest. I havo the experience, tools and can execute tho work. Yours truly, -- We feed the wor d. Aside from the beef and pork and a score of other good tilings we send out, tho Hour mills of this countr.v, besides making flour to feed Tn.OOO.OOO last year shipped away 18.00(1,000 barrels of Hour, equal to 80,000,000 bushels of wheat. The axerago ptico of wheat expended this cur has been 71.77 cents per When sent in Hour it has been 87. C7 cents per bushel, winch gives 1151) p'r bushel for manufacturing. Dallas, Tex. News. hiit-hc- l. liKL'.I.Mi:i..s AND IIOTr.l. .MKN. If the drummers ami hotel men organize in opposition to it will bo a considerable strengthening of the iiilltieiiceH that are us sembilng to fight these foes to commercial and pol tlcal freedom. 1 1 Sclf-protecllo- u is thu basic mo- It. W. Bf.iK. hemp, which has gone up from $70 n ton to $200 a ton, and binding twine will soon be costing twice as much os usual. Binding twine is a big item with the Western grain growers; and Brother Mc Kinley is admonished to set things to rights fa the Philippines nt rtnoo so that the farmers may not have 0 ''tour on him" nest year. The first fruits of the war in the Philippines for the American farmer is the rise in the price of A young man nttired as a soldier has been making good wages in northern Indiana selling "ll.ard cactus direct from Porto Hico." Ono woman at Valparaiso has already raised a crop of mustard Irom it. Out in the far West them is said to bo a perfectly honest slot machine. Its legend reads: "Put a quarter in tho slot-an- d get a surprise." The surprise consists of u mechanism which points a loaded revolver, with tho notice, 'Drop in all your money aud your watch or I'll explodo in thirty seconds." A certain Hickman father, a few evenings ago, wished to replenish the kitchen lire, ami requested his old ou to bring in a tew sticks of wood. The youth replied : "Father, the grammatical port ion of your education has beeu sadly neglected ; you should have said : Joseph, my son, please transport from tho pile of combustible, to the threshold of this edilico, a few of the curtailed yxerecenecs or a defunct log." Who says llickuiuu imi't keeping ubreust of thu times ? six-yea- r tive for this aiiti trust organization. Trust ascendency means that al! the goods hitherto sold in competition will be forced upon WE HAVE .HIST U'ECEIVED A CAR OF consumers without option. The drummer's occupation nil! be gone and with it the immense pat roniigu ho extended to the hotels everywhere. V also Imve the I lousier Drill. thai wo aro jioin sell. If you need a Drill come imil hoc iim. Of tin? Sell interest should promote the Hiigics arc also goin cheap two you can liud nothing bettor, either in price or iiulity We tun movement in every town and hero for business, and business is what wc want. If price and quality counts, we'll sell von trado contei. Drummers ami hotel men should baud themselves gjgT Don't forget we aro Agents for the Celebrated l Vulcan and Oliver (Chilled Plows. together to fight the monopolies, & which would work ruin upon theso two related interests bj the free will of piiichas DR. S. K. DAVIDSON DR. W. M. BRIGHT, ers und consumers. AtLorney-aL-Law- . tofo It is charged against Mr. TaysS PHYSICIAN. &Ofllco up atiilrn. Iloloombo Duild lor, the Republican nominee for KENTUCKY Governor, that he has been a FHOKMAN, tlltf. Democrat once during his lifo, HIOKMAN, KENIUCKY. Olllco over Wilson's Jlook .Store, and also was a Populist for a time. Mr. Inylor should feel grateful Ollloe over Cowgill &,Oowill'B Holcombe Ihilliliug, that his entire life has not been , yill practice in all Uourtsof tho Btatu HICKMAN, Drag Stpro, spoilt in tho Kepublicmi party. KSNTUCr-- KENTUCKY WHEAT DRILLS, 'SANDERS REEVES, E. F. KEMiLET,' - , J ,'iM y iQmmh A, f Aihaiice In r..r ft sl r. THE HICKMAN COURIER, IJei'iW Warren. HICKMAN, KY., l'HIDAY, : : HriiKK-i-, lh'.m. I'ricos of .Heals. I'rohnlile I XKW I. C. FKKHKH. From rt. HEPT. I, Local and Personal. Be Quick! TO GET A LOOK OVER THE - - Hiukiiiuii day. College opened Monday. Circuit court convenes next MonMiss Jessie Islar Is visiting Mont- Horace lluruli. tif Cairo, 11!., is in tint city. .lolni T. Dillon returned to Dodds-villo- , .Miss., Mat unlay. Mr. Henry Hnchuiian hift Saturday iiiKhl ror Hullaio. N. Y. ut In thir Fresh Oysters Mined tho new City linker'. Kin-- In any style New Fall Stock ATi log hut cotton and linn paid no heed to stock raising. He gets a low price for his staple and pays a hi jili prion for his rueatu It Hhould teach him the neccHflity of raising all ho eatH at homo ami cotton as an oxtru' crop. If he heeds this Iorhoii tho ad vance iu moats will havo served one oo(l purpone, for ah long ns the Southern planter lias his NinoKo liottso and bam located in tho West ho is going to continue poor. liirmingliaiii, Ala., Newfl. TlitiHe tiinn wliom tho ntlvunco will lie a liardship In thu Southern farmer, who has liioducod noth Iilim Djcrsliurir Tiptoinillo. to v i Or i a -- Mrs. H. tlm Mr .1, S. of II. Unit, of Mound Mm M. (J. J. S. Hells family.' Oily, 111.. Memphis. MIm .liwle Mtepheui, who has vMtlng her brother, Jtu T. Stephens, returned to her home, Shaw. Miss , lielt, near tho city. -- II. W Turner, one of Jackson's prominent young business men, KMit Monday with Mini Ella Hell. Ring up !i'.i when vou want 1 fnwh Rolls, HriHid, FrtillM, Ciitr and Oiimlte. Mr and Mrs. Harry Ellison and little noil, Warren, made a trip to St 1,011! tlilx week on the hteuiiier City of ton, Tenn., are vihitinj; the futuilv or and Hodii.of Ken- SHAW'S. Inoludo those of (In: lomlilfd. and lirililest Innw, as well llios( of inort! modest colors. :ik F. M. News, was alllicted for years with Piles (Jrand Lodge Meeting of that no doctor or remedy helped until ho tried Bucklin's Arnica salve, tho best in I. 0. 0. F. the world He wrues, two lsixes wholh, Detroit, Mich . 18!. ly cured him. I n f a i b o for Piles. For tho above occasion the Mobile & (Jure iriiarantceil. Onlv .' s!..i.i i. Ohio will make a ouo and ono third all druKists. rate on the certificate plan. Sou-reig12th-2lt1 1 1 feeder from Dyeroburg, Tenn., to the Mississippi river In Luke) enmity. Tiptonvlllo tnav not lie the terminus, because it In said that a formidable bar thoro outs the town off. from the river. Hiukinaii Courier. About n year ago a charter wan scoured for a road from Humboldt, Ton through Dyorshurg to Tip lonville. It ifl quite likely that this projoct ih to prevent the consummation of this deal. Padu Killtor'sAHful Plight. HIbkIiis, Kditor Seneca, (ills.) culi News. a ii-- it is said that the Illinois Genital h prospecting hh to building i.n j. . 'f j .via ( , Tics, Cravats, Etc., Shirts. Our lino of Shirts tin) t'arly Full Stylo?, can't lie i S o crj CO mZHMm t nil m iini nil 4 . . - l m UH .vJ r - ls-e- duplicated. Q) Wednesday Gents'. Underwear. A W Mr T. L Evcmol returned Sunday from a trio down the river Ho reorls trade good, ami (.ays that Hickman Hour Ik knocking out all couictltlon. Hon OIiim 1C. Wheeler, mender of Congrrwi from thin District, in nilvcrtis-i111 the (Joarier Journal to penk in Hickman next Tuesday, the filli. May field 1 experluuuniK quite- " boom at pnwcnt Several new courerii have nturtcd up and a (treat deal of building 1 going on. Work 011 the new warehouse of the St luui V TViiiiuhm'o lltver Packet Co. l niaiiii-iiioturlug very lull and complete fitoijk of Gents' Underwear tho '2i)c Merino to tlio line Silk niid Worsted. from W CD w 1 Union Suits .a specialty. Clotliing. We are sell 5&R EyETRV&ODY O CD largo li just receiving Clothes you a Suit of 11 rt il CLOTH lNU, and will U rugniviiig rapidly under the dirce-ttoof the contractor. Mr Sam (louder United States. Urns' High-Aguarantee. as cheap as any firm in the .Among our Iicst aro to he found Strouso Clothing, tlie name of which is a Mifli-cie- nt Talk About SCHOOL SHOES, THAT FIT, THAT WEAR, THAT ARE CHEAP SPECIAL VALUES IN MEDIUM I Buchanan is closing s Collars, Cutis, Etc. out at Cost. Mr Allium Tyler leave to morrow night for Lexington, Vn , when1 lie kik-to lilt oourse in thu Vlrgluiu He will lw alct-n- t Military liiNtilute. 10 f i' '. AGKXTS F0U--(!lo- l)o "The Very Latest," sums up our stool of Collars, Cuffs and All just out of thu (acton and NIOW Xoveltv linos. : with a'liig "X." Tailoring Co., Strouso Mro?., Union Mrg'Tailoring Co., and Kohn Bros', makers of fine Custom-mad- e Clothing. Give us a rail. AND HIGH GRADES. Regardless of tho fact that everything that goes into a Shoo has advanced, wo aro soiling GOOD SHOES cheaper than we have ever offered before. Hy buying in largo lots, at the correct time, ami from the right places, enables us to do this. Our lino of medium priced SCHOOL SHOES, made of best quality Veno Calf, solid leather soles and counters, every pair warranted to wear, 5's to 8, 75c; toll, 08o; to 2, $1.25. Made in Kid Button and Lace same prices, 5's to 8, 75c; to 11, USc; iVi to 2, l 25. 1 1 mouth. (forth Luteti. will) has Immmi engug-m- l with an eiitflueertnjj corjH surveying the line of the St. IxjiiIh, Ourutfii'r ville A: MemphiN railroad, returned home Sunday. , . MIm Ivor the ncoompliidied daughter of l'mf. J, O. Olivok, ami a graduate of Hii'kmaii t'ollegi-- , left to tnke eharge of n iuitic-Hathis wei--- i c WT-V-- Wr ttir . (,'iitiniiiici! Satisfaction to all Customers. 8. Jt - 8, '& SVC Cln-ok- It will pay you to scu our stock,Lefonj.you.bnv. We cut tho prices. V-- ( fc tt s to ri'prewiit Hiekiitaii ami Fnlton in the stilijeet to the notion ntut of lh Democratic party. Judge lti)l1tiiiM law ordered that the FcpttMiiWr term of he I'uluiii Circuit Court Is held In thi nihility court houe. thus nwlndiiig former order that other luiihliiig to Is- mum-d- . A iiuiiiImt of Hickmuiittos went down alxiut twenty mile veiling on the I'm! llernhl, returning on tine (leorgie Lee It was a delightful mp, and was InHirtily hy all. .Mrs. O. II. Huldsird is ngtilii iu the Kilo of a rout overseer, having this week luid Kime needed work done on thu Dresden nwd. She says if the eltl ens will help with Millie money nhe will hnve thU nmd In a IhnroiiKh ihI (touditiou. AilvMrtNliiK N Juct as mtirli a vital jxlllll of business ns the einployuieut Iu faet an ad is of t'K.l tolkliiK up htuiplv an outsldpMilMNuiaii iHiniursH niKlit ami day. Therefore it is to ruleitl.it e on ieiidtiw a owijito sum ynorly fur advertising n -aiiiioiitiit-- Evan, of Hlrkmuii John T himiMf as a candidate I iu Tenue-..e- . Ooun-ty- v- , W- - All W;T-- V ris sewed ami soles pegged free I B1 a A m:.ntimi:.tv1i ciul. .Mis-MHir- ltV. I Nlllll .lolH'H - skki:nk ixnocknck. IliJICE&JlllYLOB. 11 - tin-live- r Sun-dn- v d i. T rustic youth, who hailed Irom hteppetl into Hob Hock's jewelry ston one day last wMk ami tiskisl : "You keep ritiKi hero, don't vou I" "Certainly," repllisl Hob iu his usual way, "Want polite and one for yourself?" No;" h.ud the youth, "I'm thiukiu' of K'tltm' one fur my Kirl. (lot fur alsjut two dollars"?" "Ves, I ciiii m'II you a plain rim: at Here is something very that jirice nisit. ami the latest out." After looking tlieiu over for a few moments he selected one and said, "1 Kin cticss this one will lit 'er all riht I have siiuitliiii' engraved onto it r" l)f eourse." mid Hob, "what is il';" "Wall. want you to uiiprnvo on it : '1'ntin James K to Mary .1., ,who is not only the bcM bstkin' but the smartest irl iu the whole State ot MisMiifri. My love will never, never urow cold, mid should death ever overtake me my last thought would be of you. HckmkI and you'll lie happy, and please accept this psxl-mituns- l any-lliiii- I pur-po-e- s X you to put on it." Jerusalem, friend, " exclaimed Hob ami oilier A niiiiilsr of lamilli II lVIXJUAltTlOltK I.'Oll "you can't get nil that IVnnlw' Springs, iu visitors an oampliiK nt on a riiiK-havnear Hiekuimi. ami appear to he "Must have It 011 thur, or don't want Tropical and Domestic Fruits, Fine Chocolates ing a royal kosl time These Siuiiiks tlriuly. lmv Iho'ii lilieMlly pntnmlid all thro' the riii,'," said the youth, Hob, "The usual way, said ' "is simThe only IIiIiik lliut tliUH'iixon Fresh and Cold 1 agents. and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, Springs Iroin 1hIii a very ply to eiiKiitMi: '.I. to M.' with the dajo 'oiiiIk " (Niptilar summer noort is a phmI hotel alter it ' "The usual way may be all riht with and such arcomtiKHlatloiis. somoKirls, but it won t work with mine. T What she wants is seiiluuont -- Heaps of L 100 A sealiiiieai. St. you can't p-- it on?" H VV Q L I and CELERY RECEIVED DAILY I PI Couldu'l jsvsibly doil," said Hob. C custom-mad- e You'tl havetou'etu riiiK with a sur- Fresh Oysters served iu any style, and at all hours. face as larp' as your hand to net all Come See Us A l Telephone 1)9. thai on it." A 1,1. l''l..VOIs, "S.iy!" I'xelaiiueil the yniniK man', The prearher who can pivnli to ufterii nioineiit's rellection "I have ii !' COUOCOIjA, pleasi' everv hearer, the editor whoe.in I'll buy her a silver belt buckle instead KUIJ1T NHOTAR, wrili' to pfenv every reader, tlm mer ot a inn:, ami 111 have you to put. on eliaut who 01111 Hell pxsls to please every all said ami atid to it : 'You aro nevPJIOSIMIATKS, (tustoiner; the lawyer whoean Hpeak to er absent from my thoughts, and a visileiisn every listener; the dressmaker um of your dear tace rises up before me ICKS. ami milliner who ran please every a thousand tunes a day. IIo trust OKUSIIKI) I'MtUITS are dead. Perflation is not true! Virtue is Us own reward, and an-all in humanity. your mother kin live with us utter wo nutl liKMONADK. ' That's ulsmt what waul -- Speaking ulKiiit Irish potatoes, Ksq. lire married ALI, AH I). W. Dickinson, that prince of runn- on it, but I'll see you later (,r(sMlby I" ers and horticulturists, laouKht to the DtiALEK IN COLD AS ICE CAN MAKE THEM, Courier olllcn last week a basket or pois tatoes, !W in iiuiiiImt, wliioli measured t llllVLIIiV a mil half bushel. Thuy were the AND YOU A 1MIKSI! aill'l'LY OK wo over saw ; but the 'Sqmro has or raising the best or the reputation For your liberal pat nimige during our every thiiiK' in his line. SOLE AQENT FOR OliEAKING SALE. We still & 'STANDARD" Lincoln County. Peiibody Club. have hevcral 17 incli HUO-(- I Has tlm nicest, UNION OUT, TKNN. you one. They IKS. Come and :et I Big Bargains aro tfood kikhIh, ami so cheap. (TIIK I'l.tKNT t'A.MIV .tf.Kl - Thu GouuiKii docs not force itself The Kev. W. W Horner closed his pastoratoof tho Illolttiuiii Uajitist cliiuvh on any one unwillingly, if It knows it, which will o fer tho next 15 I Sunday nilit liut. On the occasion mid all who aro receiving weekly visits days at W below cost. Come Dear Sir: I nm onnbletl to Hell, and luroby ofler you, four ftill from it aro expected to pay omi dollar at once and lake advantage of quarts of "HOLLWOOD" Seven your old, Double DiHtilledMtYE t'le Methodist and KpU'opal per year for tho same. 11 any one omitti'd their own regular this hale. WHISKEY, for $:t.OO, EXPRESS PREPAID. courIs laboriiiK under any other imit an expression of Christian I propose to ship on approval, in plain Roxpb, with no niurkB to in Tho Key. pression, wo should ho Klad to know it. tesy to an oanicsf illcate RontentH. When you receive it nnd lest il, if it is not satisfacHorner mies to the Louisville Uaptlst Several aro yet from one to three years ilJ, tory return it Itt my expense and I will refund yon $3.00. This la a Seminary to completo Jiis theological In arrears, and the latter class will soon couruo. HolittHtho promwu of OBnmt 11ml thuir accounts out for collection., Smith. inoul liberal offer, mid I awuit your orders, Yours very truly, Stephens yultisa pull up, Mujw for $w worka. W, R, WflBHTBB, atoni-diiuciit- , I as a token ot love ' That's what I Willi Three well dressed country maidens from near Clinton were left by their hwi-e- t hearts tin Hroailway to wait a few niiiiutes until they went to the wapm The yard to hsik atter thoir horses furniture Hirls strolled into (Heaves store and one siirpri.sed thiinti in the store by takiiif,' oil' her hat, lianiiiK it on thejs)st of an iron bed displayed iu front of the establishment, ami lyuif; The next session of Hickman Colli-gdown on thu lied went to sleep. Anothwill Im'uhi next Monday. Auku- -' er took a sea t iu a rocker ami was soon tho elgoyiiiK an afternoon nap, while the All elnldreii in the District a'es of tl ami :.'n years are entitled tout-len- third slots! Ktiard ami waited the com the littTiiry depart incut fret and iiiK or the youiij; men, who were gone parents are iviiies!eil to m ml then chil- nearly an hotir.-l'aducKcpstcr, I'.'lli dren the (list day so that the lasses may lie properly orjjani.cd The music class will Is under the nianap;eneut of .Mcetliie; Coucntcnated Order of Moo-HoMiss Mercer The tuition for anisic will be .rl on per month Mill. Deliver, ' ol., Sept Tim. TitrsrKKt--. For the altovc otcasion ticket AkciUs on tho Mobile ,V Ohio K. H. will sell tick-et- s to Denver ami return tor one fare plus .'jV.tMl, ticket., on sale for trains roaehiiiK St. Louts ept )tli. fit li and 7th. limltetl for ret lira passage to Sept. j i:vi:i:'i'iiimi is Sloth IMl'.l. A through hleeper will bo O. ami connections to run via M. Denver, iu which berthscan lie reserved Nice and Clean, by applying to any M A; (). ticket s will deliver one of his famous lectures at Union City, at tin- Optra Hoio, on the inch! of Sept TtJi. is!' Ktscrved seats now on salt- at Woosley s at Tfio. Hedui-is- l r.iti-on railroad from Hick-- I man ami all isnuts. (id your tickut early ri Hickman College. . Bread IS THE STAFF OF LIFE . . . I d and to oirr . . . uh 'M GOOD FRESH BREAD UO TO THE (tth-Kl- tll, .J&Lr j Hew Cily Bakery. Bread, Cakes and Pies Baked Daily ! pre-veni- I -- Mens and Hoys t , Suits go fj O fJ j YT - fv at.CJost.at Uuohanau's. Q ml' vvwj Atteritier)! AFRESH OYSTERS I 1 l. I 2Tew City -- Bakery. wom- 1 1 W. R. WEBSTER, TRNNRIER tin-es- Sanders reeves Shoes. All go at cost Lotmray s at Buchanan's. Chocolates, Received Every Week conro-Kii;iiiiscr-vloii- your opportunity to buy a pair of celebrated Brown Now WE THANK nNR KlffITOV -- SPECIAL OFFER' nn'iifr I UlUilHTirJ. & BUSINESS TRIALS. Dr. Talmage Shows How They fine the Spirit. Re- KrllHltiu In Trnilp The Mrrrlninl'i Ollice a School nf tnilutr, IntcKrlly nml Vf right I.IvIbk1B99, - ICopyrlBht, by Louis Klopsch. r .u tvV A V I utfalrs of life, and instead of bring n hindrance, as many think, is a Tlic text is Koinans 12: 11: "Not blnthful in business; forvent in Hiirit; serving tho I.oril." Industry, devoutness and Christian service all commended in that short text. What, is it possible that they bhnll he conjoined V Oh, yes. There is no Avar between rillgion and business, between ledgers and Ilihles, hot ween churches and counting houses. On the contrary, icllgion neeeleiotrs business, eharpeus men's wits, sweetens acerbity of disposition, lillips the blood of phlegmatic. and throws more oloeity into r the wheels of hard work. It gives to the Judgment, mure balancing strength to the will, more muscles to industry and throws into enthusiasm,!! more consecrated file. Von cannot in nil the circle of the world show me a mifn whoe honest hustncsH lias been despoiled hy religion. The industrial classes a re divided into three groups producers, manufaProducers, such ns cturer, trade. fanners and miners. Manufacture!, bu-- h as those who turn corn into fowl wool ami fl.iv tutoap' a re I. Traders, nnd fciich as niiise profit out of the transf: i and eiuhnrgo of all that which is produced and manufactured. A busbies man r..uy IvIoiik to any one or all of and not one. is independthese ent of any other. When the pi nice imperial of France fc'l on the Zulu lMttlfilt'lJ became the btrapfistcuitig the stirrup to the saddle broke as he clung to it, his comrades all escaping, but l.e failing under the lance of the a.igc. n great many people blamed the empress for allowing her son to go forth into that battlefield, and others blamed the ling lish government for accepting the sacrifice, and others Llumctl the Zulus for theirbarb.irism. The one most to blame was the harness maker who fashioned that strap of the stirrup out of tdioddr and imperfect material, as it vvs found If the strap to have been afterward. had held, the prince imperial would Hut probably have been alive the strap broke. No prince independent of a harness maker! High, low, wise, ignoraut, you in one occupation. I in auother, all bound together. So thut.thcri! must be one contlnuousj Jlne ot sympaiuy wiih eacu oiuers tvoik. JJut whatever your vocation, if you have a multiplicity of engagements. if into your life there come losses, and annoyances and perturbations as percentages and dividends, if yon are pursued from Monday morning until Saturday night. and from January to .January by inexorable, obligation and duty, then .ou are a business man, or you are a business woman, ami my subject is appropriate to your case. We are under the impression that the moil and tug of business life are a prison into which a man is thrust, or that it is an unequal strife, where unarmed a man goes fortli to contend. I shall show you this morning that business life was intended of Cod for grand and glorious education nml discipline, and if bhall be helped to say what want to say I shall rub some of the wrinkles of care out of your brow anil unstrap some of the burdens from your back. I am not talking of an abstraction. Though never having been in business life, I know all about business men. In my fust parish at Ilclle-villN. J., ten miles from New York, a large portion of my audience was made up of New York merchants. Then I went to Syracuse, a plucc of immense commerei.il activity, and then 1 went to Philadelphia and lived long among the merchants of that city, than whom there are no better men on earth, and years 1 stood at my Brooklyn for pulpit. Sabbath by Sabbath, preaching toaudieuees the majority of whom were business men "and business women. It is not an abstraction of which I speak, but a reality with which I am well acquainted. Jn the first place, I remark that business life was intended as a school of energy. God gives us a certain amount of raw material out of which we are to hew our character. Our faculties are to lie reset, rounded and sharpened up. Our young folks having graduated from school or college need ag higher education, that which the rabp-inlife alone can collision of cvery-dn- y effect. Knergy is wrought out only in the fire. After n man has been in business activity 10, 20, 30 years, his energy is not to be measured by weights or plununcts or ladders. There is no height it cannot scale, and there is no depth it cannot fathom, nnd there is uo obstacle it cannot thrash. Now, my brother, why did God put you in that school of energy? Was it merely thut you might be u yardstick to measure cloth, or a steelyard to weigh flour? Was it merely that you might ho better qualified to chaffer and higgle? No. God placed you in that school of energy that you might be developed for Christian work. If the undeveloped talents in the Christian were brought out churches of and thoroughly harnessed, I believe the whole earth would be converted to God in n twelvemonth. There arc bo many deep streama that are turning no mill and that nro harnessed to no factory bands. Now, God demands the best lamb out ot entry Mock, lie demands the rich brt-teel.i-se- In this discount Dr. Tnlmngc argues thut icligion may ho taken into nil the s. to-da- a.-w- 1 1 e. -'5 to-da- y est shraf of creryharrrst. Ilcdemonds pled up nnd been consumed In the fhci MAN OF ra& MACHINES. A of the last prcatday? Can it he that a tho best men of every generation came in which Newton and Locke and ir.au will be wise for time and a fool for H.'irinlr In Vnnleil lir I lie I'rnfri. Mansfield tolled you and J can nffotd to eternity? ttoluil ViilltlelnnR and I remark also tint business life is n toil in. Oh, for fewer idlers in fiie l'ni Stickrr. . No man know cause of Christ and for more Christian school for Inte.j-.itywhat he will do until he Is tempted. workers, men who shall take the same We know whom the politicians vvnnt. He has given energy that from Mondny morning to There- are thons&nds of men who have They want MeKlnh-y- , Saturday night Miry put forth for the kept their Integrity merely because them their heart's desire to Its full uchku'tnctit of a livelihood or the gath- they never have been tested. A man measure. In every state their machine ering of a fortune, and on Sabbath day s was elected treasurer of the state of Is his. They have been givea the ofwiisdistln-guiOie- d fices and In return they will gtve him put It forth to the advantage of Christ's Maine some years ago. lie for Ills honesty, usefulness and Jelcgaiious at the national convention. kingdom and the bringing of men to uprightness, but before one year had Pretty mtiehevery thing the tidmlnlstia-- t the Lord. I)r I) u IT vMled a man who had in- passed he had taken of the public funds ton L.mid lay Its hands on has been herited a great fortune The man said for his own private use and was hurled tumid into provender for the bosses to him: "1 had to be very busy for many out of olllce In disgrace. Distinguished and put into tluir ciib for them to years of my life getting my livelihood. for virtue before. Distinguished for munch at their leisure. The first scramble was. for Aluska. After awhile this fortune eainc to me, crimeafter. You can call over the names and there has been no necessity that I of inca just like that, in whoso honesty Its slender yield of patronage was toil since. There came a time when I you !.:ul complete confidence, but placed tn.in in it ut tn t1n t u inLlint' nf nn i'Vp. said to myself 'Shall now ictlre from In certain crises of temptation nicy and the lesult is a national scandal. business or shall I go on and serve the went overboard. Then the wolves howled for more. Never so many temptations to scoun-dr- The Spanish war was their opportuLord in my worldly occupation?' " He Usui as now. Not a law on the stat- nity. Did they overlook It? Not they. said. "1 resohed on the latter, nnd ute hoik hut has same back duot Yhey redoubled their cries. And they been more industrious in commer have cial circles than ever was before, and through which a miscreant can escape. vvo.ru heard. The army was irned over have never kept a Ah, ho.v ninny deceptions in the fab- to them. Algers, Hag.ins, Hteker, since thnt hour Bl.ilues, Brlccs, Quays, Mitchells, farthing for myself. I have thought it ric of the goods! So much plundering to be a great shame if couldn't toll In commercial life that if a man talk Plaits had their nvvav. and had it as had loiltd about living a life t f complete commer long ni tiie olllees held nut. as hard for the Lord ns .. t tltni.., i. iil tltu it.imlt. Tnlttl. for myself, and all the products of my cial integrity there are those who it to greenness and lack of tact. ctans demanded these places, ami to ask and my commercial establishfactoiies How many men do you suppose ther was to receive. ?.o sooner said tiinn ments, to the last farthing, hnve gone for t!..' buildup of Christian institu- arc In couimtrcial life who cou'.d say dane. The necessary qualification; : "In all the sales have ever .Merrl.un candidly said, was "pull." tions and. supporting the church- of truthfully So time 'Is no doubt whom the Would that the same energy made I have never overs :.tid the value Cod." I want. They want McKiuIcy. put forth for tho world could be put of u ods; In all the sales have over foith for God. Would that a thousand maoc have never covered up an Impel Their;; he Is now, theirs he will Ik: next tltnij, ' i leeted. For him delegates arc men in these great cities who have feetion in the fabric; in all the thouI achieved a fritiine could see it their sands of dollars have evi r made haw nl ready selected in many states. For dishonest farthing?" lllm the "federal brigade" everywhere duty now to do all busbies for Chiist not taken one however, who enn sny h. girding on lis armor, pi r paring to the world's suf- There are men. and the alleviation of it, hundreds who can suy it, thousands itiuw nsesineutft ai:d pack convention fering! t say it. They arc more honest as In the good old days of "pernicious Again. I ictnark that business life Is who can than when they sjld their first tierce activity." a school of patience. In your everyor their first firkin of butter, But how about the people? They day life how ninny things to annoy and of rice, ltecausetaeirhonistyantl integrity have ought to be stronger y than they Comto disquiet! Bargains will rub. leeri tested, tried and conic nut tri- were four year ago Then they forced mercial men will sometimes fail to umphant. But thev itmembir a time Mclvlni.y on unwilling ItossfM. ("fishhook meet their engagements, when thy ould have robbtd n jwrtner, they b.:l'ltved In him. His Identificaand money drawer will sometimes quar-ic- or have absconded 'vvith the funds of a tion with high tariff had persual'il Goods ordered for a special emerbank, or made n false assignment, or thorn he waa a fighter. They lovrd him gency will come too late or he damaged borrowed illimitabiy without any ef- for the free trade cut-i- Us he hi.d made. in the transportation. People intendforts at payment, or got n man into a Powerful enough thn to prevail over ing no harm will go shopping without sharp corner and fleeced him. But they tne Iksvh who opposed him, arc they any intention of pnrehnsc. overturning uiver took ons step on that pathway powerlt snovv to prevail over the hoaurs of goods and insisting that of great stocks hell flic. They can say their pray- who h'.tv combined vvith him? Then )ou break the dozen. More Iwd debts ers without hearing the chink of dis- they kmd him for a fighter, now they on the ledger. More counterfeit bills honest do.lars. They cau read their distrust him for a shifty opportunist. in the drawer. Mo?v debts to pay for Bibic wiiii, nit thinking of the time If the I ead of the American people has other jM'opie. More meannesses on the when with a lie on their soul in t not bet ,i solurrd by the world-wid- e re , Annoypart of partner-- in b':lnes custom house they kUsed the Bool . sponsibilities into which the Spanish ance after annoyance, vexation after They can think of dmthand the judc war has thrust us, if its heart ha not vexation, and loss after loss. nient that ivnics aft-- r it without any bflou,Jc. . obled at the sight of It heal All that process will either break you f inching that day when all charlatan bloooj and heroically shed on It is a ,n.d cheats, and Jockey's and fraud foreign freely then It is to be despaired of. down or brighten you up. oiI, school of patience. Yen have known shall be doubly damned. It docs not The indirection of McICinley's treatmen under the proces to lucerne petu.inUe tin ir knees knock together, nnd ment f Alger, the Iniquitous lant, and choleric, and angry, and pug- it does n.)t make their teith chatter to of his i qui vocal course in maknacious, and cross, an'. ur, and queer, lead "a the pnrtridje sitteth on eggs ing w .r in the Philippines, hnve and they lost their customers, and tlielr and hntrheth them not. so he that many who have been believname became a detestation. Other men riches, nnd not by right, shall ers in the president. They show his have been brightened up under the leave them in. the midst of his days, and weakn - of conviction, his desire to process. They were toughened by the at his end shall be i fool." placau pipiilisiii and exposure. They were like rocks, all the want of conception of What a school of Integrity- - business At more valuable for being blasted. In the tcrmsof political !'fe is! If you uvcrhave been tempted lirst they had to choke down their to let your integrity cringe before pros In.wflP wrath, at first they had to bite their No ore need dcludu himself with the ent advantage. If you have evet lip, at first they thought of some stingfilse hfJpe that these incontestable wakened up in some tinharrassnieni ing retort they would like to make, but jtid said: "Now, I will step a little trulls cn be kept from general knovvl- they conquered their impatience. They ..side from the right path ai.d n one .iri or f.iiecesfully denkil before the have kind words now for sarcastic will know it, and I will come all light p. op e. They can be resisted, anil, wr tlings. They have gentle behavior now successfully rciited, if Bryan again, it is only once." That only once for unmannerly customers. They are has ruined tens of thousands of men i n ininated against him. But there patient now with unfortunate debtors. for this life and blasted thur souls fo .i tune now lo escane the necessity of They have Christian reflections now for an unenviable ami dltlleult position. eternity. sudden reverses. Where did they get Will the people take heart, or wilt A mnn arose in Fulton street prnyci that patience? By hearing a minister publicly to they remain supine under the adminis "I wish and preach concerning it on Sabbath? Oh, meeting ledge said: goodness of God. trat. oil's alliance with the .spoilsmen'.' the no. They got it just w here you will get ick now was in business trouble. 1 had money Of one thing they may be ossiirid they it if you ever get it at all selling hats, 1 pay it, nee.l not bedeterrtd through fearof the discounting notes, turning banisters, to pay, and had no means to and 1 was in utter despair, of all liuinnn com pact's Irrefragability. Bats do not plowing corn, ttnning'roofs, pleading destrt the sinking ship with half the I causes. Oh, that amid the turmoil and help, and Inid this matter before the celerity the bosses will show In deLord, and this morning I went down .anxiety and exaspeiation of everyday I sertion of their whilom ally once they life you might hear the voice of God among some old business friends had arc convinced of his unpopularity. saying: "In patience possess vour soul. not seen in many years just to make Wit' u senator or a collector forsake a call, and one said to me: 'Why, I am Let patience have her perfeuf work." the man who has given him his every I remark again thut business life is so glad to see you! Walk in. We have demand, once he is persuaded he can some money on our books due you a a school of useful knowledge. Mergood while, but we didn't know where allv himself with a strongercandldate? chants do not read many books and do Ha' Will n duck swim? Will a cateat not study lexicons. They do not dive you were, and therefore not having cream? Portland Oregoninn (Hep.). we could not send it. into profounds of learning, and yet your address, " And nearly all through their occupations We are very glad you have come.' COMMENTS OF THE PRESS. the man standing in 'Pulton street come to understand questions of prayer meeting said: "The amount they finance, and politics, and geography . contemporary wants to "unload and jurispiudence, nnd ethics. Busi- paid me was six times what owed" Ot,, and end the war." Otis Isn't the s ness is a sevete schoolmistress. If pu- You say it only happened so? You are on feature of the Philippine war unbelieving. God answered that man's a pils will not learn, she strikes them over that has aspect. Albany Argus. the head and the heart with severe prayer. Oh, you wont business grace. Comlosses. You put $5,000 Into an aitcr-prisMr. Bryan's lntest definition of It is all gone. You say : "That mercial ethics, business honor, laws wl at we got from Spain in the Philip-jis a dead loss." Oh, no. You are paying of trade, ore all very good in their ies for .f20.000.000 is about the best the schooling. That was only tuition, place, but there are times when you vet We got "an option on the light" very large tutltlon I told you It was a want something more than this world she had waged for 300 years. .levere schoolmistress but it was worth will give you. You want God. .1. Y. World. it. You learned things under that proc- lack of lllm some that you have known Many republican paper nre ess you would not have learned in any have consented to forge, nnd to malgood prices for wheat as the retreat their friends, and to curse their other way. sult of famine abroad. Without Intend-ini- r Traders in grain come to know some- enemies, nnd their names have been it they are stabbing protection and thing about foreign harvests; trader in bulletined among scoundrels, and they depriving McKInley of credit. St. fruit come to know something about have been ground to powder, while Louis Republic. the prospects of tropical production; other men you have known have gone Already Boot Is mentioned as.Mc- manufacturers of American goods come through the very same stress of circum- K tiler's running mate next year. With to understand the tariff on imported stances triumphantly. There are men who fought the battle and Banna running the head by proxy and articles; publishers of honks must come here running the tail by their atto understand the new law of copy- gained the victory. People come out the trusts things ought to come the right; owners of ships must come to of that man's store, and they say: torney, way. Kansns City Times. know winds and shoals and navigation, "Well, If there ever was a Christian The campaign of next year will and every bale of cotton and every trader, thut is one." Integrity kept the books nnd waited on the customers. turn not upon the currency question, raisin cask and every tea box and every cluster of bananas is so much literature Light from the cternol world flashed but upon the unfaithful, unpatriotic Wil-for a busiucss man. Now, my brother, through the show windows. Love to a ul dishonest administration of No amount of lying McKInley. ,im what are you going to do with enc intel- God and love to man presided in that Some day people going niiout the attitude of Mr. Bryan will ligence? Do you suppose God put you storehouse. through the street notice that the shut- avail to change the situation. Chicago iti this school of Information inertly that you might be sharper In a trade, ters of the window are not down. The Chronicle. Not content with his station ns that you might be more successful as a bar of that stoiu door has not been worldling? Oh, no. It was that you removed. People say: "What is the the lightning calculator of the adminmight take that useful Information nnd matter?" You go up a little clcser, nnd istration, Mr. Grosvennr, of Ohio, hns new role in lli' character of you bee written on the card of that win- ca-- d use It for Jesus Christ. Can it be that you have been dealing dow: "Closed on accounfof the death of ''.rlflcr for Marcus Alono Banna. Mr. with foreign lands and never had the one of the firm." That day nil through H.uiiin'H character and record are no missionary spirit, wishing (he salvation the circles of business there In talk i!.,ubt of Interest to the American peoof foreign people? Con it be that you about how a good man has gone. Boardr. ple, but his friends will not be doing hare become acquainted with all the of trnde pass resolutions of sympathy, mi any great service In Inviting their Washington investigation. outrages Inflicted in business life and and churches of Chiist pray: "Help, pdilic you have never tried to bring to Lord, for the godly mar. eeusith." lie limes. thnt hear that Gospel which is to extirpate j has intule his last h.tignin, he has sufH Is reported that Kansas and fered liU last loss, lie has ached with the Nebraska will have tremendous corn an evil aim correct an wrongs ami and save men for this world last fatigue. His children will get the ops, nnd republican journals are and the world darkness and lift up ill result of his industry, or, if through ready to exploit the yield as one wretchedness to come? Can It be that misfortune there he no dollars left, they f the beneficent results of electing understanding all tho intricacies of will have nn estate of prayer and Chris- William McKInley president of the business you know nothing about those tian example which will be everlasting. I'nltcd Slates, it will be remembered, westthings which will lust after all hills of Heavinly rewards for earthly I lough, that In the hardest times exchange and consignments nnd inThere "the wicked cease from ern farmers were burning corn and troubling and the wearv are at rest " voices nee rer.: rolls, shall havn crum feeding vvheut to tl u hogs. Cincinnati Luquirer. 1 o I 1 1 Duf-ilclds, DECIDEDLY The UNAMERICAN. BRYAN ENTERS A DENIAL " rresldrnt'n Attllutlc on Ihr rlill- - .tiscrts Tlinl He Xrver AKrrril lo Tut the Miter lur In tit llipliie urllitti I Aftnlmt All Knlrncsa. llenr. 1 1 at-cii- 1 - 1 1 to-da- l. - connf-quen- ct gct-tet- h According to a correspondent for Hnrpei's Weekly, who recently Interviewed the president at Lake Chain-plaiMr. McKInley favois the permanent holding of the Philippines as n means toward securing the trade of China for this country. , It is the president's Idea to retain the Islands ns a colonial possession, under a form of government to be directed from Washington. He would garrison the seacoast of the larger Islands with America n troops, taking care 'that the colonial service of no one organization exceeded l months, owing to the deadly effect of the tropical climate. "Such a dream as this," it is asserted, "appeals very strongly to the republican mind." It Is doubtful, however, whether the appeal Is equally strung to the minds of Americans more loyal to American principles. The cxttnsion of American trade Is earnestly to be desired, tindls favored by all Americans concerned in the prosperity of their country. But there Is a fixed conviction In the minds of many person that an extension of American trudfiit the expense of Anirr-Irn- n principle nod to the menace of American Institutions would be n deplorable thing. Kngland, Germany and other grent powers never fall to prcf-ne- e the conquest of new territory wil h the argument thnt such conquest Is demanded by a due consideration for the extension of trade. I'udrr th magnetism of the cry that "Tiade follows the ling" tlfty justify the plantlug of the llag wherever a people Is found too weak to resist aggression. Jso far In the history of this government the American ting lia.s mil been used as a chtak for such prnctlrr. xuepeaslve inerlcan ariwinhitratloii having remained faithful to the principles umii which this ' gurcrnment was founded. It wems now. under President leadership, thnt the I'nltetl States government hns arrived st the point when a decision ir.nst he made between remaining n consistent rcpuln lie, free in Itself aud refusing to linperf I t'hc freedom of other MHples. or Incoming an empire In effect, reaching"" I 'or the conquest of any unprotected terri tory n fieri ntr sufficient lioot.v to Justify conquest. The dec! Ion most Ih made by the people of the I' ill ted States hen the time comes to vote on the admlHto t.rnt ion's wllcy-- of Imperialism ns Inaugurated In the Philippine. It ho old be safe to kwv 'bat the uirrlcnii cfiple will unqualifiedly condemn the president's uii-- iierlcan jMtlicy. St. Louis land-grabbin- n, At a incetlnjr of Nebraska democrat at Oninhaoii Friday, August IS, William J, Bryan made the following declara"My nttfitfoti has been culled to tho rw port sent cut from Pes .Moines to th effect that 1 vvio wllllm? to siihonllV,--",,-v,- r liiisilon tootluriiutstlons. ana I havelitfn usked vvlivttu r I wan rorrrctly reports! "1 nver salil nt lr .Molar or itliv whers nt else th.it thi money question should I to the rear 1 havs Insisted ut all times mid that tho nijmfy miihiUoh will In ull pUu-lie before tin country until liliueinlllsm Is rcstoird I have repestfd over nnd ovr uBfiln tlmt this nation must act alone, without waiting for His uld or consent of liny other nation, and Unit lxten to one Is 111 only ratio Hi vvlili li Ihs nilr.lsntn lixopeanl consisnt Tlire Is no possililr eteusi'r for thonilsrspre-Rn- t to effort of n ctlori of the the vUtt or fr llvr in-- i "I have-- never for onu nloini-n- t thought n In HM compromise ilmlmti'r or possible 7.)untiop rnoiiH v oti (J for caiidldatts ilrdKl tJ.Ksi.lsW to Inurniitlunsl bimetallism nml lfds'si to Independvotid for randldsts livery vote for bimetent blmotiklilsm allism, whether lnternsllonl or independent. Is a protest nKStnst the elntTl Hold utandunl We lisvr the (told standard lo ilny, not I), caune the people wutil tl. but lie llranclers derMiise a handful of feated President .McKInley' effort to soir foreUn nld in tho restoration of utineUt 'Ism "The republicans nre now prprliii: to mske all contractu paynbl In gold TUlt will least n the quantlt) of legal leaner money and th. ncrntnbio far Bold inoru Inltnae. The rvpubllran also contemplate retinna the greenback In the I mere t or national IwnK note Can the money changer bv forgotten white the nton are (lo quote the luDFruac used by Mr IB lD Irjlrp la make money I ikn secrcrr and lherfar deari mssu rand all tKntra le tb servant Th-of oii- - nwn knosr thsi our abandonnx-n- t the ratio of vlllrrn to one would be iiuiva-- l que nt to an abandonment of lh mono lion and lhy Knm lhal an abtidimtat of the money qumtien would lad to th urriiil.-- r nf all that the parly . not I? ihr (.'hit ro convention Th rubuc the nior.rjr question, and, i heritor, (lie ri publican paper art to pnlM the nlaootn ard magnify the promfarnen of au) dtnoci4t who will lve out an later-vltQatnt ixteen to ose " tion: Kllb g y ft' rd . A PLANIvTrEADY-MADE- nvrd nml tine Thnt It vlrenil) Trimmed for the llrttili llenti I'lnlfiirm. The- republican record on trusts I already made un. The iilatsk ha been aawrd. pinned, mortised and nttixi for their plaifnrm. The plan of thrir managers to nullriputr the democratic convention in wdcnoHCing trusts" Is rendered fwtilo by thcac fact: 1. It is n republican tsrill (averaging : per ernt.) which ha promoted and now protrrt the moot pervasive and Kwirfu! ormnisatiou of trut that this or any other oouutry lias ever know a. 2. It Is u republican attorueyiteneral who wrote on March 20, In reply to nil appeal from a intixcn of IlilUtlalnhki to citforvo tli federal antitrust tnw. that "If amenable to any Inw.ihe trust of I heir are innena"ble to live Matrs," and added: "I would be superoflielvfU to attempt n crusade against alfair with which I have uu business." 3. It i under n republican administration that industrial trust have so enormously Increased tlmt the financial Chronicle estimates the output of their "securities" for this yenr nlomv They cover pretty at JO.OlKi.ooo.ooo. ncarlv the whole field of Industrial nr tivity, and have rnlsnd prices, closed mills and manufactories, "regulated production" and restrained trade at will without attempt at Interference by the federal department of Justice. If this is not n record to vvhli'h the republican convention will be ilistoed to "point with pride" as indicating the attitude of Its pnrty toward trusts, it Is a record which can neither be hidden . It if. made up of f.ict nor which speal: lender than words n to the influences and forces which control the republican parly. To "denounce trust" In view of this record would Imply be to add Impudence to insincerity. N. Y. World. tbr-laws vv A Bepubllc. ORGANIZATION It I OF PARTIES. Hut It I states-rniTsWvce- pt Aol III ttnl tu Die Arlilr rnirnl of it) llilnu lUaca- - ro-p- et i ., 1 1 v liusl-ut-- e. u pic-dieti- to-du- y 1 pri utre tor war. Intheaainc propurlior. it is eminently wuc for parties to take advantage of r. lapse In activity to prepare for n prospective campaign. Conlldt lie in the Justness of the democratic caiue will aid much In bringing surcevs, but thin confidence must be Mippluineiitcd with perfect organization. In this connection the attention of the democrat of the nation is called to the wine wonh spoken by William J, Bryan in hit Dei .Moines speech. Among other woiiim of wudom, 1ho great champion of the people spoke the following: "Organintlon Is by no means everything to a party. But still n party cannot do much without organization. Organization rcrjulre sacrifices. In tliu of war there are plenty of uu n who are willing to leave their homes, say good-bto wife and mother and children, and go to the front in tight the battles of their country. '1 in. unenflrr to he. made for principle's sake in times of pcicc are just as important. "The troub.e Is we have been Inching in campaign funds. In the case of the democratic party, thene iuiiils must come from the masses of the pnrty. When the republicans want to raise money they go to the bankers, the head-- , of corporations, the trust and they furnish the supply. And .flun the ticket is elected, the bankers dictate the policy of the party. It is just as much the duty of the peoto ple to furnish campaign funds a vote." There Is always more or less of disagreement, among the lenders to any party. To harmonle these differences is one of the most important points In preparing for a successful campaign. It Is noted with much satisfaction that (litre Is a marked tendency toward harmony now- made manifest among the democrats. Kvldrnccs arc accumulating that common ground Is being sought ami that before the struggle of 1'JUO opens the democratic party will be able, to line up in Mlk phalanx, ready for the combat. Chicago Democrat. po-litlty man-ager.- ia pence to of It Is alle;d by high authority that It vvisr prccitiniuu for a nation In time, Impt-nrhrd- i, - Ten more regiments of roldlers are to be eifllstcd for sen Ice lu L' . I nn InolTeiihive nconle 10.000 jnllcs away who want to govern them-helve- s. This additional levy of troops to will bring the army in number ubout 100,000 men. I In; taxpayers will soon begin to groan more audibly at the cost of Impeilalism. But the "yellow-bellies" must be subjugated If It cost every man and every dollar in tho country I Illinois State L'egister. We nhntild not only give the Filipino Independence, but also protection. Wo should protect him from his enemies. We fchouid establish a government und then tell him it Is nU, and then wo should tell the rest of the world! "Hnndsoffl" That would be u declaration of American principles. Wltyam J. Bryan. I get-ni- g disci-plin- An Inhuman War. The truth Is that the war in the Phil Ippiues is mie for conquest, for a clear title to the IslnntU for which the conn try paid so goodly a price to .Spain. The war Is conducted for the purpose of perfecting that title; it is a war for ncttiIsitlon, for the expansion of our territory, the Increaseof ourcommcrce, for strategical advantages In the far east. Thut which the country hits paid duly for with money the country contends, with force of arms, that It shall have. If the government hns not that cause for the war It has none. Certainly it cannot be truly said thnt the war is one for liberty and humanity, as it it in restraint of the liberty of the Filipino to gotrrn themselves; It Is against humanity, as it kills, devastates and desolates the homes nnd lands of those who nre contending for "life, liberty ami the pursuit of happiness," and tc secure for themselve nnd their posterity the rights of such a government at derives Its "just powers from tho consent of the governed." Philadelphia Ledger (Itep.). Por every act and deed of Alger during his olllclal career, up to his with Plngree, the McKInley-Hnutiudmltilst ration is morally and politically responsible, whether these acts be good, bad or ludllTureiit. It was an Infamy that he should ever have come Into any president's cabinet. His rcmnlnlng ns long as he did was n sltll greater Infamy. Neither the one nor the other enn be lessened or avoided at this time. St. Paul (Hobo. We loft the Inst campaign because vvm lacked the foreign vote. They didn't understand the sliver Issue, Bfit they well understand what a standing army means. They know what expansion nnd Imperialism mean, ami will vote against them. They will understand these thltiga better than tha naliva Americana themselves, nnd oa suei issuf wye can wli. W. J.Drynt. , n ih r " !, SENATOR GOEBEL Addresses a Vast and thusiastic Audience Mt. Sterling. "would lmvo mvctl th parent of children In Kentucky tlio mormons sum of 8700,000 pcrycai." (Amiluusc) Tlio speaker then took up tho rullrond bill, clnsslfylno; tt as n Dciiiocratio measure, denounced by tlio En- - UopublU'iin convention and Ignored by thu rallrojd coreniion at Lexlntftor lie explaiiird Mt at Chord bill i.mltho provisions of thu (ico. cited the fact that Alexander and Junius C (lUlespie, who attended the (miters' convention lini' voted on tlim bill. "Not with the do ' school Mc-Clio- THIS CAT REFUSED TO DIE. How an RATTLESNAKE EATER. A In(lllvnt I'oiir Vat m Slop to a University I'rofrnor'i Uemonatruilon, unlvrrsi-tie- s Georgia Nrcro Who Cnptnrea anrl Sella the Heplllrs Aoraetluies Make m Meal of Tbeaa. j ( ffi Prof, lllunlt asked J. 1. Morgan, the Janitor to get a cut for him, na he " wished to illustrate Ida lecture on by experiment upon the animal. Mr. Morgan aucceeded in getting Mt. Sikiiu.mi, Ky Atijr. 31. Fully one with the aid of some amull bojs. a,ftO(l Hole, packed a close a they When hi students had assembled the y Maud, heard Senator o professor put the cat into the gluss llluukburii uud nominee Uuubel upon receiver of the air pump and began to tho tMiictof thoaiiiip,ii);n. pump out the air. Uefore the piston laid The speeches undoubtedly had excel, time to moc more than once or twice lent olluct. Smator lioebel was never the cat began to feel very uncomfortin better voice, and the evident sympaable, pnd, discovering the npcrture thy of the crowd with all he said falr- through which the air waa escaping, put ly liHplred him. it was by far the best her foot on it and thus corked the pipe and stopped the removal of the uir. speech ho ever iiimlc. and the audience Several subsequent atUuipta to carwas held spell bound, lie said: ry on the experiment were alike inefAn r.ilcn.hr Cullrollon uf flit 1'rela "Follow Duiiinttrats: The most active fectual, for UK oon o the glass coer La Ximt llrlliw .Mllilf y (ba opiionunts f the Demoeratlc ticket lown put over her aud he felt Uie ony, niv fellow uitl.rns, are tho Ai llrlllah N. Railroad, tho American llKk Trust of the nlr the cnt would put her unit the American Tobacco '1 rust. They "Wc are at present busy making n. feet over the pipe and keep them tiro cngiiifed in an ellort to control tho collection of innsiiitdes from all parts pressed there. state government of Kentucky. Your of the world for the purpose of The Btudentn, (truck by the remark-abl- e m.vt1 tllntnrtti mint.! ...I tit I ... l.i iu .. .1... .. ... .1 Intelligence Uiown by the cnt, .tf .' oi inoko corpora- - l'tlt llMr llui f lif.nrv f if t nriliirlfi liitlfii. knlo. n " iimiiu in iiiu eitoris ly contract) d from mosquito biteti, nnd asked the professor to liberate the anilions. (Applause.) "You are uow to determine whether out of n box of JO from Malta only about mal and loudly cheered her you.byjour duly cxeoiitid servants, smoii or eight were, true nioMiultoes. when the eat, after coolly cleau-luherself and smoothing her milled ' f i1""!'1, U, Amcricnu Thnt shows how widespread error Is," Hook rust and tho American lobaeco .1,1 A,""'P" .of ti... .,,,....-,.- 1 i.i. fur, jumped down and rubbed ngnlnst V Trust arc to govern Kentucky. (Ap- tor. detiartuient of the HWtlsli museum the leg of the studauU sitting on tlio piaiMc. who I.nowN more about mosquitoes front bench. She la now permanently "1 he 1. X N. Co. entered the camTHE INDIAN TERRITORY. paign early. They failed to dominate than ordinary people ever imagined annexed to the collcgo and nu object of the Democratic convention, there was to learn, says the Ixindnn interest to nil visitor. A Missouri Woman Insgnti That and hi the letter of I'rcsWK'nt mtlli, of Leader, , When It llrcumra fllnte It Shall that company, they hiuo onttruil tho "And hue you come to any concluPLEA FOR THE CODFISH. He Called Jefferaon. campaign, and witl only desist upon sion regarding the malarial theory?" the inaulnv of n pledge tuat tho Legis"Well, of course, that's rathrr out of A Chief Cook Savya Tmla IMah la Mot Robert II. True, of Clinton, Mo., lature! of Kentucky will do nothing Apprlat4 ! Ila Ileal may say that it they oojtcl to. Now, tlio Urn my province. lint write to the St. Louis Itepubllc sugthat Worth. tuuo In years coriniratc irrred has has been proved that It is undoubtedly gesting that when thl Indian territory iiirown oji the iii.uk unit cntertnl iipn 'contracted from mosmilto bites at hall become a state it be admitted to a pound," uu ojHjn ,, we PX,lrt.t , nni, llmt lt i, to manage the atlalrsof "If codfish ooit a dollar the union under the name of JelTerson. , n live iwoitlr. ... ,mw aaid the clirf, "It would be more univerShe says: l U",lt V1 lion. You.nr Rrown, tho al-- 1 " wnv" "' bite sally Ulottd. I Ull you, it Is the best spread by "I have made the suggestion to sev'" 1'" " leged nominee of an allege convention bate in rt Lexington (applause), said in accept- - of parasites jiecullar to them, andIs Itthe. dlnnei Ash known.theI world, tried the eral prominent citizens of the terribut? tho wlilteflxt all ovar Ing his oilcgeil iiomiuauon: (io home Bkcly we shall learn thnt umkirla tory In my recent rip through that imand tell your neighbors what you remit of mosquitoes. If that Is so, tho codfish Is king of them all and is not portant section, and they view the proheard luW Did he the del.- - ,,rxt ,, to ktnmp out appreciated at hi ral worth. Cook poned name of Jefferson with enthuto ,!o wm gates to that convention to go h..n lnowlllilf,, him In uny way ywu like und he I de- siasm. They think It would be acceptand tell what they really herd- - .... licious, liven the dried codfish, picked able to the entire territory thu to lien,,,nn ,,,,nP' ' l rumbling of the UmiWv.Ho N.ishvil.e up and served In cream for breakfast, or the memory of Thomas Jefferson, tramr (Applause ami cheers.; Mu,Tiel the leader representative. jmy they heard tno music of the, "The pool where they breed mnrt I a fine dish. Put liim In a bng. sew him under whose direction the Louisiana That Louisville' llueUlugham Theater bandf m fllhtl tijv they cannot exist without up tightly and let LUn bull, or bake purchase was made. JelTerson's name Did he exp-c- t them to tell their ,Viiter and ere long the mosquito will' him carefully, wll staffed, and he is forever assoclntd with the history .. r,.t nuk na delicious. m ono ui ... ... ,,.,. ..o.K.im.r. wihv wiry . , ot. the centrsl state. Wichief thu thorc actow "a'X me tell you that when you make "Since the purchase of the original the diMlo. And. hv the way." added Mr. F. lbur iiead Ilrowdcr. the Austen, "If any of jour render will ho ilshciikv you shoulJ not drown out the territory of Louisiana in 1S0.1. mnny lobtyistof thu I .t N. Railroad. That they saw there William kind enough to send me on any mosqui- ftsh with potato. Put as little potato states have been formed, number of II. MncKoy, uhalrman of the l'alineraiul toes I shall be glad to sec them." or other substance in the cake na possiwhich have been named for Individuals Ihiakner couimtitee in my count) f Did ble, and, if you wont them u fine a who have achieved greatness. No state he cHH3t them to tell their neigh- they can be made, wrap them Ju a blan ha been named In honor of Jefferson, BUGS ON THEIR COLLARS. lxrs that ltasll Duke, of tho 1. X N. ket of eggs and do not be sparing of who opened and closed the negotiations Railroad Company, Was managing that of for the purchase. The only remaining .lieu "ot WVnrliiff the egg. You can tuak n contention, with the assistance of Fafihl.innblr codfish enkes if you amfollflitVJfkuN portion of the purchase in the union John II. Whaljuji. O' Louisville, who llr.lrr. In Jrnrlr) on liirrr Tli-- r .NfoU rnr. vice, l'lsh cake ore considered very is the part known ns the Indinn terrilud pod thu Republican County Judge i of Jcircrson county to so name the democratic dish, of lourtc, hut my tory. Progress will demand that a Ixialsvillc election ollleers In to ore- - ' When somelHHlj starts a new Idea in patron, who pajs mc a large salary, is tate be formed of this territory. oiMcts that not a single election olllcer wearing npAatel or any other matter as democratic nn he used to be n his "The only opportunity of honoring ft for W. J. llryan? (AppHtise.; all men it 1.mi t ie In tho which interests humanity, the Iden Is younger day. When h.i sends down to JelTerson by naming u part of the orig'Of mc an order for fish cakes for the next inal purchase for him is In naming Inmouth of John Young drown to say seUed iihui with nildlty. This Is true of inun, for the Oi' morning's brenkfust he snys he want dinn territory 'JelTersou' when it ) aught against tho Democratio ticket at IjOUisviIic (Apidause.; lie attempt- - changes he enn etieompiiss arc with Meseliutt'a fish cakes, with egg. Thnt rande n state." il. six Uavs after wmit he nh.octod to reference to the out of coat or trousers. Is the order, aud he is tl Inking of hi liail Imcii dune at Ixitiisville. to gut for H must appear In a suit of sables in younger life, when, ns he once told mc. ROCKING BEAUTIFIES WOMEN. litmsoif tho name nomination which the iwenlng with the same robbery of In a basement on Ilroadwiij' he used to uas irlven U mo." (Prolonged clivers.) the skirts uf the coal which marked get the finest butter rude und llsh Mow nn Ilnsllah Sciential A ceo on la Senator Uobl tliwn read an extract foe Che Hymiiielry uf Amcr- from a Louisville paper which was pulc lb dawn of IblS. So when nnjthliii; cakes he ever tasted, 'excepting yours, Utheil upon the personal uppliontion of new does come up it Is apt to rcccltc I know lenu I.lniba. chef,' he mlds ulwnj's. !ut Mr ilrow n. who nopcj that the hail. thnt dimes In those day were as thousanmight thereby he stampeded The roaking chair, according to an kisslug hug d-dollar When tlio bills to him now, and hi to him. KnglLsh scientist over here for tho purlights some man nppetltc was keener nnd more He told how Mr. Itrowu had askctl cninc before the lime pose of writing n Uwk of travels, dehat Idea Mr. Charl.m IX MeC ..int to go up to the lamo jaissesscd of an idea. serves even a higher pLiec in AmeriCHrier-.Iourooirlo antX request tho winslstwl of drawing an outline sketch can esteem than it now holds, for It An Hxtra Increitlrnl. publication of an auonyiuou article of some ling or liettlr ujvun tne wnito observer hinting that thoro was "much talk collars of iiinnUtid. Hugs of the iiiokU "No," he said, rellccthcly, "thl Isn't is responsible, this claims, for one of the greatest beauabout John Young Hrown as a com- hnrrihle and appcaranco like mother's pic." promise candidate." ties of the American women, the beauty beaks, "And why not?"shownsplshlyti-ked- . were drawn with foteep-llk"ii did everything h could, " said "Ilecause," he mildly explained, of her lower limbs, says the Philadelcasually lingering on the col-lMr. (iDobol, "to soouro the uoitMtiulian phia Itrcord. "If you will think." he with intent to sample the life tluld "mother's pic alwnya hnd ants in it." whirti was given to me. Thu cauvc of said at u dinner party the other night Clcicliuid Plain Denier. his dUcoutoHt is union plainer than the of the wearer. at Atlantic City, "if you will think of The greut ailvantage till device posmotive for his Itolu (Clieurs). Now, light before sessed was that it inspired t lie friends my fellow otuzeus. th the exercise one gets on a rocking chair, THE MARKETS you will see that I am right. ton is nj mora and no icss tliau n repe- of the wearer to make tain clTorts to V. 1. AUP ClM'INNAI tition of tho light of 16110." (Cries of remote the bug. I'Irst the reseller times, ou these broad, t 3 s& u Sin That's rlfhu) ul plnr-asdoes n young woman Se!m.t butelmrn. ;s lioebel then reviewed the would make wild wines of hi hand CAI.Vr in. Aemitor l'slr to eood Ileal rock herself in her chair in the course i'l L. X N. to defeat tho with a iew to scaring the bug. Hut 11CKIS Coarkuuiul hcjy cllortoftho MUihI inoUt'i', 5 I 7J of n morning? In fancy It would taka Democratic ticket now as In W by tho till f.illlng he would make a frautio I.is'iii sliliiiM'r a calculating barber to tell you that. fiec cliculalton of subsidized iicwspa- - grub and encounter merely the glossy SIIKi;l Ciiulra v "Wi' won't react thoiii," shouted MilTucsk of the collar. Then he would I.AMIIS tjiir.tur At nny tate, the exercise she geta is juirs. U S til ri.Ot'lt n man in tho audience, and tlio crowil set up the drinks. The doiee Is be- llKAl.N VlBUTJUIlVUI Mil .... excellent and ample. That push which s :o i t'Jivc'rt'd. M Nu Jrml the toes gives to keep the chair iu moworn a considerable extent, but (urn Nu. '.' mlxoU...i. Senator (ioebel said thnt the whole ing elllcacy toIn reducing C ji'. tion, repented nd repeated, muke the ! is on the thirst etfort was Oil Nu . purnosoof ... kt us t instep high, the calf round and full, He Nu to divide tho Dunoeratie vote ami sc wane. V.V' . HAY- - Prime tu eaolce and it keeps mlsdinpening flesh off the euro the election of the Republican I'orl; PAY FOR THE SOCIETY NEWS l'ltOVIHoNM Me (u. ankle, keeping the unkle delicate and the continuation of ticket, ' U JIUl IKIt Cliolio tluiry i rule and the dofuat of llryan. sXmdcr. Such delicate tinkler, under kt, Choli'ii ereainvr) ii TIkiip Vlior niur Url In Irln( In Al'i'l.l.s Cluiloa to fiinoy There was much cheering and stick robust enhes made me fenr, when is ft OI 15 u. i when liryon's name was spoken. l'OTA'IOi:S-i.- ir brl l.iiuiliin Mint Vny II lu I'rlrra I first came down nnd saw your women Tnn Republican jKiriv. said Senator CIIICAUU. In their bathing dresf.es that the pneufur Die .Xolli'r. jHltlloal agent of the 3 f) '.ocbel. U tho 3 Mint matic stocking, so popular in my own Wlieat-No. UK.ViV S rod.... money power iud trusts, it hopes to r.; ut 'i"4 All the personal paragraphs and soI N'k 3 I'liltnco fiirtiK land, hnd gotten a foothold here. year as well as enrrv Kentucky this COKN No 3' t ..'(. am convinced now that it Is not so." of next year solely b :ho use (A trc.ncnil-iu- s ciety news that appear in the Loudon o.vih- Nu iyoll of papers are paid for except that which 'corruption funds. sv M ft JU . tVhrrn It Mnlim Fnreer. U. U " That's no lie") relates to the royal family, the nobility I.AKD- - hleaui a shower at Panama, You can NKW YOltlt Philand the diplomatic corps, says the tjik hciiooi. hook inrnr. snys a correspondent in the Chicago 3 Hi I'l.Odt Winter UalLlil. idi "Now, mv friemls." an d Senator adelphia Times. If an onlltuiry citiren wiii:at-N- u :: io. 7AN Hecord, about three o'clock every aft s to gics a ball or marries olr his daughter COKN- - No. ' iniMU W'l Roobcl. "1 want to say a few ernoon during the rainy senson. The ((. 0IJ4 the School Rook Trust. I or entertains Mie prince of Wales at ItVK rim aliout U .0 rest of the day and evening nfter six-observe that Mr. (Jtinstead, the chief dinner he is compelled to paj for hia I'OltlC Nw Mc. a T5 til. t .hi o'clock Is delightful, and no one thinks lobbyist of tho School Hook, took part glory. Mrs. John W. Mackny, Mr. Wil- LAltU Wuatera W .i in tliU Udliug convention. (Cheers.) of carrying an umbrella, but at Colon 1IA1.TI.MOUK Xoiv want to tell you a simple fact. liam Waldorf Astor and other ordinary FM.mt-P.in- lly It rains nil the time, nnd, according to ' 3 '.ri ' 3 V) H'Si Certain school lnwKs are in mo in icu persons, natic or foreign, in Loudon It NuSrist the old proverb, It never rnlns but it J ncy arc "I M Hb Mieletv pay for every notice they re tucky and in ludiana. Simhern 3'l, pours. It is the renl thing by the buckCorn Muni .. . states, mere cvvv f ,u, newspapers. Soniellmcs nelly thcsainc in both a; . Oals No. - Willi.) "'t etful. It seems as if the bottom hnd is not tho diircrc.ee of a not or punc the report of n bull urn wedding costs ICve No J Hi'itern i' .i M MW tuntton marie on iiiem, CATTU. -- PiiNtipiiiiity t 5 in dropped out of the sky. Colon and $300 or 1100 for every newspaper It , b .to liOiiS Western sold for0.' per cent inoic in Kentucky Pnnnnin arc 47 miles upart- - The rainlu. The following standing tlmn in Indlan.t. The reason for thin INUIANAPOI.IS fall nt Pnnnnin is nhoiit P." inches nnnu-nllIs known UltAtN Wheat-concerning what In micj is thnt Kentucky ft) ' r.l or about eight feet. The rainfall the Corn No 'J luixeil tft has not missed u law regulating has. as the "ngony column" will be found (UlsNit. 'J IlllXrtl. 2.t nt Colon is 250 Inches annually, or nbout !,omlon papers: of school books and Indiana in the price 21 feet, and the people get It aTl In five in Indiana such a law has been on tho I.OUISVIM.II "All soclctj', personal and fashionmonths, nn nvcrngc of four feet n hooka for ten Tears, an I It has able paragraphs, except those relating' rUU'll Wlnf- 3 IS statute l V. month precipitation, while In Arlzonn been ft satisfactory law in every re- to royally and olllclal Incidents, will uo (.UAIN-W- n MlMi S'o 3rtu.. I'm f. Mil It opinion, u they only have a few Inches. It tnkes (Ill UUl'll ii iii Miouhl bu made tt free as jioslblo It ehnrged for at a minimum rote of ono PitltlC Mis all the rest of the for the people of every guinea for two Hues, each succeeding I.AIC1) hiiYai should bo the opportunity to get dry. to gei an con. j,u. t0H KillliuirH and sixiicncc nil til- noor child in Kentucky ... cation. (Applause.) tlonal." iI.'..i1miv Democrats, the uepuouenn Therefore "' r" any of Jl'"r friends by what It oul be Judgc.l not In London semi you n copy of an Lng- ravsybut w at It does.'' (Applause.) containing n SenaUif lioebel recalled the iutro- lish newspaper of tho Cliiun scuooi num. oiu. notice you may iiuucraiauu n inn ueru dnction Ho said It hail been opposeu oy .'ai"vi j,ulli ov, who participated in the ("bastan. conA t,L, lujVertiKlnB in Rnglish ncw- "J papers h on outside pages. The ncwa veutlon," at '""f,1'1".'1 --nl other ru ding mutter b on the in, CX;,(lU.c;y: (Cli'ec;:;:) Uocbcl, W. To cure,, op benutor refunded by bill." continued to-da- All hi oquoiit iltld INiWPrflll'ArinimtMlt nil tins Utiles of tins Ciiliipiiigii- .'Iliu I, & X ami thu Trusts Aim to Control the .State. cr' Senator (ioohel went Into detail ir explaining thu lallroad exaction which the McChord bill will rorrecU The crowd listened with much Interest, especially to tin explanation a It applied to local freight rate. Senator lioebel concluded with p clear st.ttuiuent of the Issues confront Inv' "You aru to decide, " said ho, "if Republican rulo shall be continued Indulluitely, if Kentucky' vote shall po to MoKiiilcy or to llryan, If .1. C. S. Illacl. l.urn shall go to the senate or sumo Republican or Demo crane reneg.ulo If linncrlnllsm shall takr tho nlace of Deinocriev " MOSQUITOES OF TIIE WORLDt Detiuji-ratH. emor." (Ulcers. with the of tlio v.-t- Dctnucriillo caucus bill of the Hcimhllcmi (lor In thia city have a cat that has utterly refused to become a martyr to another instance science. It history of the refining and elevating influence of science, ii) the Chicago 'llmes-Her-ul1 StudtnU of one of the big "lift-plration- I .Muni-mi- l, ..... lirw-stl- - g 1 '. ),... Mosca Henderson is a sable son of Africa and lltca two miles from Ame.rl- em in a rocky field where rattlesnakes are most plentiful, soys the Haannah tw. Moses makes a living by capturing snake nnd selling them. Thl is the truth, strange ns it may serin. One day lately he killed n large one with 11 rattles on it. This wuqa fut mnltc and Moses ate It. The other day he brought a very large nnke to the c,ty, trjing to sell tt hide. There were 23 rattles on it. The snake wa very poor, and Moses said lt would not do to eat, and he stolTcd Its hide nnd sold it for a, good price. Kvery year Mofcs makes a good deal of money telling snnkc oil. He say right down the ertclirnc of a rattlesnake is n fatly streak of flesh that make an oil, when fried, thnt will cure any case or rheumatism. It is strange to how many people he sells this rheumntle snake oil. He haa a long list of certificates from people he hns cured. Home of them are from Intelligent whites, who declare that the oil hns cured them when all other remedies hate failed. He sells a vial of the oil for one dollar nnd guarantee a lasting cure. Moses snyH his futher wns nn Africnn voodoo doctor and taught him how to cure all nches and pains with snake oil. The negroes of Sumter county crate und fear him ns a mysterious doctor who can cure wlien nil else fnlls, and look upon his snake oil ns something enchanted. distant island wrote to the agricultural of his government to ship him a ton of acorns. When asked what he intended to do with them he replied: "There is no shade in our trenches, and the troops suffer from heat. A growth of large oaks will add much to the comfort of the men in the firing line." He would have said more, but his attention was arrested by a burst of song from a neighboring jungle. "Ah" he sighed, "that h a round robin!" San Fran, And lie walked fadly awav. cisco Examiner. The New Torprrln. A young Swede has invented a tornedo operated solely by invisible rays of light, which enables it to explode at will beneath the enemy's fleet. In a like subtle manner Hostctter's Stomach Hitters attacks nmlcon- tiers all stomach troubles. When a sufferer ?rom constipation or dyspepsia or liver t takes the Hitters he is sure of one thing, sooner or later, and that is cure. See that a private Ilevenue Stamp covers the neck of the bottle. coin-plain- A general who wis conducting a war in a Mnlir Knhla. A Letter (o Mrs. Pinkham Brought Health 1 to TO Mrs. Archambo. LITT mutton sheepish, and if he cats pork the chances are he will grow swinish." "Perhaps you arc right," said the turtle-fealderman. "I have also observed that when n man lives on nothing but vegetables he is apt to he pretty small potatoes. 'Chicago hvemng News. d " Dkau Mm. Pinkham For two yenrs I felt tired and so wenk nnd dizzy that Bomo daya I could hnrdly go around tho house. Backache nnd headache all tho time nnd my food would not digest nnd had such pains in tho womb and troubled with leucorrhceav nnd kidneys were affected. 'After birth of each child I grew weaker, and hearing so much of tho good you had done, I wrote to you and have taken bIx bottles of Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound, ono box of Lozenges, ono box of Liver Pills, one packngo of Sanative Wash, and today I utn feeling as well ns I ever did. When I get up in tho morning I feel as fresh as I did when a girl and cat and sleep well and do all of my work. If ever I feel weak ngnin bhnll know ftule That Works lloth Ways. "I have frequently observed," said the where to get my strength. I know vegetarian, "that when a man lives on beef your medicine cured nin." Mns. Salina he becomes something like an ox; if he cats AnaiAiiuo, Ciiari.kmo.t, Mass. he looks The present Mrs. Pinkhnrn's experience in treating femalc'ills is unparalleled; for years she worked sido by side with Mrs. Lydia E. Pinklmm, nnd for sometime post has had sole chnrgo of tho correspondence department of her great business, treating by letter as many ns a hundred thousand ailing women a year. All women who autTer axe invited to write to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass., for ndvice, which will be promptly given without charge. IS MIS. riKXIIAU NO. 43,39$ Tin DriiKKlat'a Wurli, There is a druggit in one of the suburban distiuts who advertises: "The doctor precnbcs; we execute.'' Surh advertising cannot fail to appeal to thote who desire to be executed. lioston Journal. m m Do Vonr Feet Ache nnd Uornf Shake into your shoes Allen's Foot-Kasa powder for the feet. It makes tight or Kcw Shoes feel Easy. Cures Corns, Hun ion, Swollen, Smarting, Hot, Callous, Sore, and Sweating Feet. All Druggists and Shoe Stores sell it, 25c. Sample sent FltKH. Allen S. Olmsted, Le Hoy, N. Y. Ad-dte- DYSPEPSIA pepsia but milk toast, und uttlnicsmystomuiliKoula not retain and digest ovn that. Lust March I began taking CASCAKKT.H and since then I cave steadily Improved, until I am as Hell ss I ever was la my life." David II. Mukpuy, Newark. O. - victim six worst form "For In itsyears I wns Jaloukl eat of dysuotmnir Puric-ProuFather Can you support my daughter in the style to which she has been d Cruahlnir the Old Man. 1 r. accustomed? Complacent Young Man I could if I were contented with it, but I hope to give her something better. Somerville Journal. CANDY a' ,,,, "- and i I ' exct .V. ,,". j. horfej Farmer broken-dow- The Heat Prescription for Chills Fevcrisabottloof Gnova's Tastklsss Cdill Toxic. His simplylronundnulnlnein Prrve,50c. utaslclessform Noctiro-nopn- y. The Noble Animal. Trader Don't you want to sell that m m TMAOf I4AMM ur Naw. I keep him extra, to haul automobiles back to town. Indianupohs Journal. To Carv m Cold In One Hay Take Laxative Bromo Oulnino Tablets. All Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taat Oood. Do Good. NeicrBicsen. Wcokeu, or Qrlpe, 10c. XcSOo. Sl.rilat llmMlr ( ... CURE CONSTIPATION. . CklMf. Unlml, Bold Ilrt. Ut drug-lll'lH- w ... druggists refund money if It fails to cure. 23c. amljriiarantcedbf all uliu w CUKK Tobacco Habit. I .- -i. Tommy Tompkins "I bet mv pup kin lick your kitten." Willie Wilkin ''Well, I bet if he does hell wish he hadn't when grows up." Ohio State Journal. my kitty Do not allow dealers to sell you someas good ns lutnam Fadeless Dyes. There is no such a thing on the market. lusist on having Putnam Fadeless Dye.. ATTENTION COMRADES, I arc You Ready to Attend the (Ap-idaut- 33d ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT thing jut , ' j G. A. R. AT tnstj-'iVi- People spend a terrible lot of lime in getting inad, and fteling orry for it. Atchison (J lobe. We have not been without Piso'a Cure for Comiiiiiption for 20 years. Lizzie Fcrrel, Camp St., Harnsburg, Pa., May 4, '01. .in a ii 1 PHILADELPHIA, September 4-9, 1899? . themele. they Iluiglnrs go on the principle of helping and they don't go to jail until can't help tlicinehcs. Coldeii Days. CHEAP RATES VIA "BIG FOUR ROUTE" AND Is taken Internally. Man lias his will -- O. W. Holme. Hall's Cntnrrh CaVe Pnce 72c. but woman CONNECTIONS. haherway. fer-te- ul much-toutc- il npprc-cluthe- ." 1 al eagle-eye- d Ticket will ba on sato Reptcmhrr 1,2, 8 nntf 4, 1HUO. Uood to TOturn Icavlug I'tillndtlptilo not later than September 13, 1WJ, with proviso that upon deiKUltof ticket nltli Joint Agent, 1.3? Chof nut (H., not culler t hau Sept. S nor later tliau bept. 9, l0,aDd payment of afcoof i cents icr tlcLct st time of deposit an extension of return limit to lesvo Philadelphia to and Including (September aoth mar be secured. Kor full Information regarding tleketn, ratci. varlablo routes and tlmo of tralui. call on audits 1110 Koi'U ltoUTE," or address tho undcrslRued WARREN J. LYNCH. W. P. DEPPE. A. U. 1 X T. Agb Uen. l'liit. &. Tkt Ak't. CINCINNATI, O. fear-iuspirlu- g e tly nr $3 & $3.50 SHOES jjjgg Worth $4 to SC compared with other makes. ALL LEATHERS. ALLSlV.lS . L. U..f I..' Till! (a.M X1K k.. mn iwd prlr .Unird an Soltrm. W. L. DOUGLAS Indorsed by over 1,000,1100 wntreri How-man- y -- LIVKSltXTlC-Cattle.toiiiii- ion (l(. , IU. I All Excellent Combination. I . Wl.Oll-Nil. 1(1 -- l.-i- Uil -- -- ve I l'LOLMt-Wint- er SO -- -- - - PoltK-Mv- S -- wo-d- -- t UU r. ex-pe- OATn-MU- uI J .Mi 1 ICAIN-Wh- u.il -- c-- 1 (vi . tii -- TI.c nlcasnnt method and beneficial effects oi Mc well known remedy, liuuingue it rri-xSvnti op Fios, n.cufucturcd by the W. L. DOUGLAS SHOE CO., Brockton. Mass. Camfoiinia Fio Smup ?.! illustrate the value of obtaining tlio liquid laxa1000s of UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIALS SAY tive principles of plnnts known to oi ?wM5aggTreygy?y!c? medicinally lnxativo and presenting KJTTTinn?7if3trataTstjql them iu the form most refresiilnir to the tnste and acceptable to the system. It is the one perfect strengthening laxative, cleansing the svstcm effectually, I'ermanenil; cnrei all lt.'hlii(t. Bnrulnit, bcalor. dispelling colds, headaches and fevers Dnittannsimi; eail.Cbllhlalni. a nanRurck. Ilitr mm, scald iiitivi. iuvii l'llns. interna no II u mora. Heal p. gently yet promptly und enabling ono (ttilckenlDi:DaudruS. IteblnifHofl.MUT Kalltnic lialrandjaaklav to overcome habitual constipation per- ant). All f too EruptionsItIproduclce a andl.niurlSoft. Clear, and Complexion) It contalut no manently. Its perfect freedom from Beautlfut Sln Cantbarlde or Hulpbnr. aurlhlnf every objectionable quality nnd sub- ladestjr, (rest teller Ladr csnTSMert lalurloni. An or Caidllarls stance, and its acting on tlio kidneys, to S3 a day, Drusultta V mall ftOc. T. mil'osii Maniifartiirin Co., N ACdre.n liver and bowels, without weakening MANSriELB, At., UI.K.N niDAR, IKI.L. .. .1. or irritating them, make it the ideal laxative. In the process of manufacturing figs nre used, ns they arc pleasant to tho Nono so coot! but It costs no taste, but the medicinal qualities of the moro than Ifeo ioorest. remedy are obtained from senna nnd other aromatic plants, by a method Jf ITO l'ennaueiilU I'urrd. Nontsornerr- I Ooutcettatternrstdar kUMiot lir Ki 'io' known to tho Cai.ifounia Fio Sviiup Urcat Nerre llettorer H9 trial Ixntluamll culUo Co. only. In order to get its beneficial treu, t)r lt.ll llLI.NKM.td., Ml AjcUu,1'1iI a 1'a. effects nnd to avoid imitations, please 7C .Mon thl oottljroultu free; nawuutnin in or remember the full name of the Company womanln u printed on tho front of every package. WIU facturert, everTrountyinpplyqiilrl, Ji .,.1. UUl.'i .Market M. 1'hilu'i, A. N. K.- -E CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 1776 Take no HuWtltnte rMli'.cd to te at court LnrvrrtluaWera of 13 nnd s'Ni .lire' In 'he world. Yoiirdf1crhinMk'ep them tf not. we will fend joa a ralron receipt of price. Mite kind of Icmtirr, (Ire and width, .plain or cap tec. ARTERINK rl ,n BAN FnANCIBCO. ;j LOUISVILLE. KT. NEW YORK. N. Y. For sale by alt Druggists. Price 0c. perbottle CM. Vlli:. WICITI.M) TO ADVKirn.i ;s plcutc atute Ihut you suw I lie ACvei'lWe ' sacnt lu tbl imper, lei.ftowBlsliosWossphS.Key, y, .iiiv..i-..iif.- .. No -- , ) piti-at...- , B ., he -- T .11 KSSPvv's.i ix. at jWJ2SfjHsir !rjt i x .l;:;j i. eethinA rOWaeiS.I-JLJa- I jnr ,u 2 Costs only 25 Cents. Ask your Druggist for it. ,rnr!-.bc,,nu,',- o C. J. MOFFETT, M D St, Louis, Mo. MUecinilU? L Wriitel "We gate iiiurTI.KHIl X (Tecthinir I'nnders to oir II iU Rramlchlld tilth the I1.11 i.li-.- l rr ....... Ti...ir....u u Millie.. nrrr mil Itl. lliarf he ami rcrtalnl; more tall.ijiinrr thanrromanrtlifuiicter BWJ. ell. )'! i - , nt I money your merchant, so why not try it? Price 50c. (.etfrs sVv. i..t.v -- o,.. J14IJVW ,. . n-iir,ji w -- H . iw-- w i -- " - ..j--.. , . vm TIIK YKAIt 15100. LOCAL NEWS. l Wlinl Mr. Whit Uttrter of this city mid Miss .1 emtio Lee. wrre ninrried at Dover, Teim., Friday unit arrived in the olty K03IK Itlll FAItMS. In COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. This Year Is Slncly.Xlnc.,-Wll- the Next He I I l& I' I Now Unit we are ni iieiirlj si i proachlng 1900, hhjh iiii excliuiiui. it seems necessary to consider some of the minor prob lems involved in t tie clume of the century's date. How to tiiko one of tliPBb nro we to colloquially call ucxt year! This Ih "niuelj-nine;wlint will tliu next hot Benders of old bookH antt luttiUH are awnru that early in the pre eut century 1801 whb referred to yesterday morning. The bride is of one of Dover's most prominent families, and the uroom is manager of the eoopor shop of V. V. Bran & Sou, anil is well liked here Fulton Leader. the wild and wooly West is not vet a myth. At Ballard, Wash . a few days ago a hot poker gauio was played in one of the (.tuclefoot joints lx'tweeti a chi nauiaii, a eowlxiy and a lending doctor, Theehinanmn held four nees. the a kuii and the doctor held an lu quoit on the celestial. The Iarrodsbun,' Democrat says: ''Some half a doen girls in town have fail in in conversation iiHlillie jenr one' struck upon a very commendable, KiKsip. ' tlic yi'iir nine," and bo on, tho shape of a crusade apiinst suppress 1809 as They have banded together to tbo words "llioyeur'' not oping the habit anions themselves, and each rejzularly dropped until after 1820 ono cauglit ninlniu; unpleasant remarks bad been reached. 1UU what did alK)ut another is subjected to a small our great grandfathers call 1800 ! lino in nronortlon to tho otreuce. to At year uiu uui-- nu be tho W.. It "the year none," or "the Li end ui iiiu ..., n.Biim ,i , cow-hoy 1 ' brovlntion in figures. "DO" is all right for this present, but '00'' will look awkward, if not impos eible. The suggestion has already been mado that the abbreviation Bhould be "10" but how about 1010, with which, iu after das, confusion might be caused. And the public mind will receive In some sort an anticipatory shock by finding from tho almanacs, which are already In courso of preparation, that 1000 is "the fourth after Bissextile, or Leap Year," for by the Julian caleudai we shall have to wait until 1001 for another February 29th, a point that might In its own allusive, fitsli-iohave interest for tho Inter national OongresB of Women when it considers the tnarringo question. n ' year nothing?" If we could learn Lxst week Gov. McMillin eomnuit that, a precedent would lie totind ed tho death sentence of Win. Ihlliard, for UBe next year. There Is one of Lako county, to life imprisonment, other point; that is as to its uti llilliard was to have been mini; Wed- 1'olitical Character Damaged. made at Kddyville, and about sixty-live convicts are daily kept busy excavating for it. It Is being built by Warden Henry Smith ami others and will cover about fourteen acres of land. It will be fed from Gregory Springs nud is to bo stocked with all sorts of fish ADMIRAL Dkwev has cabled and beavers and other aquatic be allowed to that he will nrrive in lower Now animals will iu its waters. disport themselves York bay, without fal1, Friday, Sept. 29lb. AN insect resembling tho army worm is said to bo devastating All United States troops now tho grnss and crops in some secin Cuba are to be brought home, of this State, and thus far battalion at a tinio, tor a short pe- tions the farmers scorn utterly helpless. riod of rest. The insccta are about on Inch mid a half long and nearly black. In war, as in politics, there Is Many farms havo been visited by nothing successful but success, these in largo numbers ami in a and tho war will bo popular or very short tune acres of millet unpopular just ns the military en- have been cut down and ruined,while other erusses share a simigagement shall make it. Inr fate. They also attack tho corn and strip tho stalk of nil tho The Populists hold n county fodder. convention at May field, ndopted a Mr. O. B. Dillingham, of White Plains, whose nauio was placed in the list of bolters widely scatter ed iu circular form has denounced it as entirely unauthorized, and will bring suit for damages. This is perhaps tho first suit of the kind on record, but good lawyers mij it cau be maintained tinder the Kentucky statutes. Hopkins vllle Kentucklan. nesday at Tiptonvillo for the murder of bib' paramour. The clemency was retv ommeniled by .luil(,-- Swigfjart, by ten of tho inrors. the circuit court clerk, other county otllcials and a number of prominent citizens of Lake County, ou tho ground that the negro was of weak mentality and not a tit subject for tho extreme, penalty of tho law. There uro many ways lu winch tho people cau help to build up a town and there are also many ways in n'hich tho people can help to tear it down. If you want to help build up, invito peoplo to coinu mid mako their homes with you ; show them tho advantages that tho town offers to enterprise ; always havo a good word to say of the people and Iiivvry nud Fm1 Nf the town; llnd as little fault with tho surrouuiliuus us possible ; always say a Below and opposite K. U. good word for your town and its people K e e p s Surreys, Buggies, Deiot. when you are away from home. Horses, Arc, for hire. Kvery accomodation given. Your patronage, solicitofficial report submitted to ed. An tbo Department of Agriculture at Hor.M'K for Nnle. Washington shows that tho damage by the recent flood iu Toxns Two Gray Mares. 15 high, four bovou million dol- years old, well broke,hands will work aggregates and lars. anywhere. For further particulars apply to J. M. WITTINO, Hickman, Ky. A lakgk artificial lake is being e Post-Dispatc- them aro devoted solely to any one product, except cattle. There aro cattle farms as large as Delaware, notably that of tho famous Texan "Uattlo Queen," .Mrs. King, who has gained worldwide renown for the number of her acres, just as Olovis Uole has for his. .Mrs. King's ranch could feed the entire American army with fresh meat, and Clovls Cole could food it with bread. These two people aro tho monarch bread and meat producers of the world. St. Louis BOtuo tremendous ranches iu Texas and adjacent Stales but none of them is dovotod solely to wheat, as the Olovis ranch is. None of ties. Out. One bundled men and mules to suy nothing of tho reapers, are engaged iu this gigantic. tnsK. Thin immense wheat field consists of .'50 square miles. You ran ride for miles and see nothing but wheat. It tho yield is only fall .'10 IuihIioIn to tho nurd the crop thin year will ho 750,000 bushels. Think what an army this amount of wheat, mado into Hour would feed. Two hundred acres form a largo field in the grain growing States along tho Mississippi. There are 2o0 progress on Parry Mf'g Oo , Pltifs, now Harvest ) vs. Judgment the largest farm on earth, the , 23,000 acre tract of Olovis Alf. MeDaniel.ot al Df'ts. Under nud by virtue of tho Fulton Cole, in Maderia and Fresno coun- Circuit Court, reuilervd iu the above is HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS itr.iHiu3i iN.tn, TOM DILLON. Sr., Prop'r. i:m,i,a ( - styled cause at lH May term, lStl, all prtrties Homing claims against the t fendant, Alfred McDanlol. on Oct. With i1 1S1S, aro hereby notified and remiirei to prove same as nqulri'd by law, ami file same with me or my deputy ou Or before the first day of September, IMi'.l, uuiler the penalty that all such claims not so proven and tiled with mo or my deputy by that time to bo barred. W P. TAYLOlt, Master Commissioner F. (J. O. By Tom Dillon, Su., Dop. M. C. F. O. C. My Deputy can bo found iu his office, ou the corner of Jackson ami Kentucky streets, Hickman, Kv. JHau H iirrrvr In II f llintf. ) Marble and G.anite Monuments O TJ IR, I Ti Or. IB X 3ST Q-- , tU) STONE WOUK of nil KLiiIh. HON KHKUIJfO.&c.&u. Hioltman, TSiy. A. P. OLIVER. Blacksmith and Undertaker HIOKMAN, " 1ST Hickman, HEI-ilVL-;, Kentucky, s.1 KKNTUOKY. Solo Agent for Vulcan Chi I led Plows, imd Dcmlor in Disc Harrows, Disc Cultiva- A i IVB P. A TltlAL wl.ca you wi.m HU'kxinUhliu tlonv, up remlr In Wngoii, ll(ir",lMiiin: Hp'catlix c I iiUn of it full Ii ii 1 TT ' Bnil 3o1M lllnck Common be WrIuiiI Cofllit hiuI Cip.n wtiiflli filial up In itmrl iniiliv mhI l rm'oii-!- )' ki Undortakor's r- tors, Ono Horse Cultivators, Ono Horse Harrows, Buckeye Binders and Mowers, Hay Rakes, Porks, Cull mid took ul !!ij B. T. TVI.KU. Goods en nmoo'l, - 4c (Jive nu Shop nun- the BQu price. mil. implements hefoie bin inc. r. I'rf.'l. W Jill. THIS STEVE STAR. YOU all. GET MORE quantity. TW1CK;A.WKKK COURIKIt JOUIINAI. than in niijr oiber publishi-both Id quality anil J HICKMA1T n ANK rr't. V. A. IIOMOMIIK. ig . f. JIIIIMMI.N, HIOKMAN, KENTUCKY. l'ost-ofllc- Paid Up Capital $50,000.00 I!HII.!. 4.l ritOFITS 10.OU. Solicits your btiMiiiess. We offer tho most Liberal AoeoinmodiitiniiH to our Oustomers Ootisistent with lCstabliHlied Huiikinj: Prinuiides. IMVTYliKK. O. A. UOLOOMBK. .1. NAYLOlt, W. II. HALTXKK J. W. COWOILL. W. Ii. McOUTOrtKN, M. II. SHAW. t In lb l'lllli:i oer 104 Papers One Year For 50 Cents. The TW1CE-A-WKKK 8-- l.tt farm of 160 acres on tho Mississippi river, 2v miles below Hickman. Ky. in hi'h statu of cultivation, two houses, (ono uew cottajco house,) splendid water, otc. For further information apply to AlJOHNSTO.V & Hno. A Farm For NhI. OOUUIKR-JOUI- of maujr Jsillei", ami the mipcrlor of nil other paper. Il prinU more real newt, more ooil oUs innltt-r- , more rood olorlci, ahnn hiit olher. in the 'AIi rqul UK KYI i AtM-ri'K:KN WAGON CO., r tub :i..iiht.i 1 C?oim All persons indebted to O. A, aro notified that they must coiao forward and settle. Delays art Verbum Sapicnti. Hoi-coiub- Forward! commission uri Wednesday and SulurtUy In A I. t(od frre f on ifenU Sample citple Write to L u COURIER-JOURNA- dan-t'cron- s. CO., LOUISVILLE, KY I liedferd BMjWTp W-- A ckRegers WANT TO SELL YOU GROCERIES, IT Frcsb Meats, Hardware, Queensware, Hay, Oats, Hran, Lime, 14 " ' The BEST OFFER " ' w ' f mw w' r - Ever Made by a Newspaper! resolution denouncing tbo Goe-be- l election law and nominated Snm Daughadny for KeproBonta-tive- . Sec Buchanan's Cost Gov. Bradley has appointed Dr. Sam E. Jones, of Frankfort a Commissioner prices on Duck and Straw Hats. I.AIKIK IM(SKS I'.VEUY WKKK KOII ONLY worl.J, containing .Moil(.l $1.50. iirwptr wi-'k- and Cement. Tlif eiut.wfekljr The Kepiililla IT ' Jlurrlni:'N. of tho Feeble minded Institute, to succeed Dr. Tho County clerk this week issued Jas. R. Ely, resigned.. The new marriuKo licenso as follows. S. A. Wilkins to Mrs. Lulu Thomas, appointee Ib a Democrat. solemnized ou Anjr. !10f F. L. Wudo From London comes a story to Miss Hester Aunnons, ou Aufj. !U. that Russia is muddying the waXiitioniil Kneniiipinont tl.A. It. boundary neters of the Alaska gotiations in order to prevent any Philadelphia, Pa , Sept. ltji"8th, interference to ber plans iu the Very low rates via M. & O. H. It. and far East from Anglo American co- ample limits allowed on tickets. operation. A Powder Mill Explosion FRIGES "WILL PLEASE YOW- - ,Mitiiit lioin '. "Majestic'1 Cooking Banges, The Best in the World ! Yon 4'iiiuiol H u lie a NlNlake I lie of I$U7 A iiccr joiintrjl of tin' I)"l e'-Inre rigi rvry , 4 ianrn of Inn II rf.tJini; ri t !. I) cqninlnn mnr hlilcrU niifrf of the hrlhiMi .tn ; r iieinrc ni ctriinn ihin tifiitii.l In any oilirr ul.in inn Morr iinl wrlir an I irili cotitrilni'c In The IJvpubllc Mitynlnr ihin, in oy othrr Wiirn piihlietlinti The Mmiihk will bi itll oiilr in conncelinn wilh lh(t He. lib I In, but If in ll jepitru'ely eeh week. AJilrpt tll unlfrM to on for .Siinluy Itrpuhlir. ilie htn k'nfrl nrwpiprr prlnleil In llir !! the new In right paKi lwlc..wff k, nmi Tti Itrpillillc jrir Miiin 18 '. f 1.6(1 lil .fr mil-week- ly I 1 t rur. icF.ruiti,K,st. i.ouiN,v7in. Gov. BnowN will find in Attorney General Taylor's attack upon his administration some lino on port unities to demolish ment of the Hejjublicnn for Governor. No one qualified to exposo and 9 Taylor's misrepresentations. Will he do itt county tlio nrgu- iiiniinriiiik candidate, fectl v. lures Drag Stores. kiiuriii'iiiiin Bakes liiscuitH in 4 Minutes-Lig- ht is hotter Only 'J.o ut all a ''Majestic" moans a denonnco Special Excursion Kates to Xew York Buying i Romoves everything iu siht : so do drastic mineral pills, but both are miirhtv duliL'erons. Xo need to dyna mite vour boly when Dr. Kind's Nvw Lifo Pills do tho work so easily and per la Buying One of these Ranges One of its Strongest l'oftits is its ! ECONOMY IN THE USE OP FUEL! Bread in 40 Minutes. lile-tim- o of Economical OooklnS The whisky Mayfleld Hept. 30 and npociul rea Half Kates to Texas. istratiou for Sept. 23. Both fiidcH aro coing to mnko this tho lint-teKverv dav from now until A ii trust fight that town has had for 20th, tho Cotton Belt Kouto will sell twenty-fivyears on the whisky round trip tickets from Memphis and st e City. salo for trains reaching St. Tickets on 1th inclusive, for all Louis oouuty court of Gnivon stationsSept. 1st to as Cairo, Ills. Am-pl- o as ban ordered a vote on the return limits. Call on any Mobllp question to bo held iu & Ohio iigunt for tickets. tar-Nort- rail anil Hxamliie Tin-in- . Yaii'll Buy no OHht. Mr. Jorgenhausser question. The Illinois supreme court has decided that the shade trees iu front of a man's residence belong to him, although they may he located on public property. Tho ease in which the decision was rendered whs one iu which a prop eny owner sned a telephone company for damages for' catting oft' the HinbB of his trees. Cairo to Dallas, Ft. Worth, Sherman, Greeuvillo, Tyler, Corsieana and Waco, at one furo for tho round trip. Thiso tiekets will bear a return limit of DO days. This is your opportunity to mako a trip to Texas, at small expense. Write aud tell us when you will reach Memphis, where you aro going, aud wo will meet you and see that you aro properly cared for. FIIBU H. JOKES, Distr. Pass. Ag't., Cor. Mutiruuil Madison Sts., Memphis, Tumi Used to Worry, Because liis ntlverliesemeiita seem to attract intention in the local papers didn't iliiln't draw a crowd to his store mill help him to sell goods. NOW HE DON'T WORRY Because he has found that he can get fifty first-rat- u atls, chock full (( HiiggetiouH, the best that are ap pearing iu his line in nowspiipcrw me country over for o u dolla- r- and (hat with their help it in mere piny to range ads which till the hill to.a "T," You can do Hume. All linos. Send a dollar to Why? For Sale. The Dreyfus Court Martini 1 will koII cheap for cash within tho oeins to be a "free for all" and' ten days ono set ot Kncyelopaedia 'everything goes" investigation ; next Dictionary, twelve volumes, bound in and In the side light wo get i. half Jtussta, A standard work ou all W. W. Hoitsim. glimpse of high life iu gay Puree. questions. One of tho witnesses who seemed Farm Tor to know what he was talking Tho farm near Hickman, known as raised a laugh by stating about, tho O. W. Powell placo, near Dyershnrg that if all the officers of I he French road, is offered for salo. lOacres Gl army who were in love with other cleared, very good houses, orchard, &c. men's wives were dismissed it For further Information, apply to r, Qko, WAUJunrM 8 Dovonfehlro wpuld deplete the nny .. ... ar-th- Nal. AD SUPPLY BUREAU, : When you go to Arkansas or Texas you can travel In comfort If you know how. Ask the ticket agent for a ticket via the COTTON BELT ROUTE and you can ride in a reclining chair car, without extra cost, and thus avoid the discomforts you would encounter In an ordinary car. The chairs are arranged so you can have a comfort, able seat during the day and a good place to sleep at night. Each car is supplied with a ladies' dressing room and a gentlemen's You will not have to bother about changing cars, for these smoker cars run through from Memphis and Cairp to Texas without change. Direct connections are made at Cotton Belt Junctions with trains for all parts of Texas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma and the far Vest. If you nte thlnklnicof Inkliur a trip, write and tell ui where you Kre ifolnir and when you will leave, nnd we will tell you how much your ticket will cost, what train to tike to ai to make the beat lime and connection!, and anything elie we can that will help make your trip a comfortable one, An Intereitlnir little booklet, "A TRIP TO TJ'.XAS," will be mailed free to any addreit. H. ADAHI, St,, Itoom 2-- BOSTON, MASS, iHMMiaaaMBaMapaa Traveling 1'auenger Agent, CAIRO, ILL. H. W. LaBEAUMB, Gen'l raw'r and. Tkt. Aient, ' T.LOCIB.MQ. If . Ia i2.'Aai .tfytjj!w"t -a- jrt-artla! iiU ,., A Sj'jf ,JlllM', rVl