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HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KY., SEPT. 8, 1899. Local and Personal, CONVENTIONS wmwmmmmmwmwwmmmmwmwmmwmmKl PRECINCT GOEbEL'S DAY CoogressmaD Always 1 In the Lead ! Tliu man who wields the hoe Has lately had u show, hug also nau the man behind As l Wheeler nd emi: the the ;-- $ m 8 i But, really, alter all, Tliu man who has the call the quiet niau who always has moil. i E AND NOW WB A KB RKADY lo thow yii Mm New Kulf (.Joods in Mens, Youths mill Hovh Clothing ami Shoes. Also, tliu Ladies, Misses unit C'hihlreiiH Shoos. These are all in und on our counters for inspection. We have bought immense stocks in every line, and should lie pleased to linvc you look through llieni. 3 m I Read the Council proceedings. Remember tliu sncukinir at thn court. house Monday. Circuit court adjourns nntil iiuxt Wednesday. to-da- v ' Shoe Talk. Did it ever occur to you what a saving; there is in our Boy Suits. The new Suiti are now in, and some very pretty things are hhown, and the values, we the city this week. Jno Biggs, of Fulton, has been jH'iitling a few days iu Hickman. Dr. A. S. Dabuey will Breach next. Inudiiy at the Christian church. tUT Bend your orders lo the now City tlaT nj mi- iriifn wysieni aim ucjery. forget to attend tho Dumo- - ns In Mr J C. Floninov. of P.iducah. rat u uicdtict -- priuiitriuM method iC selling Shoes? Selling tliem in connection with our other lines, we are able to bundle them on a smaller margin of profit than exclusive dealers, for wo are at no extra expense lor house rent, clerk Hire, (to. Take, for instance, our $2.00 The Vestee Knee Suit ure the popular things for the little fellowa, ages .'$ to 8. These For the Suits have Vesls. larger boys, !) to lo, we show an excellent line. The prices star! at S .00, and they are splendid values. 1 think, are better than usual. ug't of tho Louisville was iu town Monday. Mlo-, Loie Laudrum. of Union. Eist Hickman, jity, visited Mrs J, K. Fuqua this week. West East Fulton Mculames John und Sam Ford, of West altou, isited relatives iu the city Cayco ri'dnesday. Lodgtou Ridge -- Tho water works staudulne has been Sassafras Madrid Bend nch improved iu uppearauce by a fresh il OI p.llllt. Total Fulton Co., populnr inerchunt, O. K. Ilico, alio linn of Hico & Nuylor. Ls in tho jo cities, buying their fall stock. Columbus, No. 1 H L Olllt, purii'r-Jouru- ul -- Sam Cronland at 2 o'clock p. m. ...... The Democrats of Fulton nail King out the True Democracy. Hickman counties are to meet to The State campaign wai rega morrow. (Stttunhi.i) at 2p m., Iu precinct conventions nt the re- larly opened at the Ooart Hoaae, speotlve votiuR places for the par- - Tuesday by speaohea by Gun ' Dose of selecting delegated to at Krensraau Chas Wheeler, and the tend the convention at Clinton, Hon, Sam Croaslaud, and by this Tuesday Sept. 12th., nailed to Ih meant that these w re the first nominate a Democratic candidate political Hpeeohes made in Hickfor Representative, The candt-date- man in the pending State camwhoae naiueB will be before paign. The Quart House whs the ootivtMitinu are: D.. V. Bemley, well filled to hear the opening hee Egbert, Ihoa. Smith, Mr. Ev- - speeches, and liberal applaaae ane, and as nsoftl several "dark greeted differei t points made by I he speakers, horses" are mentioned. bat as the evening Upon the basis of ouo delegate vote was consumed by the two named for every r0 and fraction over 25 votes ciist for Bryan electors iu 1890. The speaker! aud the candidates for precincts will be entitled to the follow the legislature, the crowd pering delegates For Bryan. Dels. ceptibly tbititied out toward the d T i. -- ..... "... ... - 202 211 191 4 4 4 4 . 214 235 215 94 62 - 5 4 2 1 28 '-- For Bryan. 212 134 Dels. , 4 3 Ladies Shoos. made of finest quality Kid, as stylish as higher priced SIioch, perfect in lit und finish, soft and easy on the feet. And by our way of selling you save the o(K. Then there is our Many dealers sell them for 2.oQ, and really thoy are well worth tin; price, lor they are Mens and Boys Suits. Wo have already received an immense line of the new Clothing, and would he glad to huvc. you look through the Mock. We have nuver Hhown tietter values in (Nothing than we have on our counters for this season. The prices Mart' SI. 50 y" -. v r .,. umi Ln flics -Shoes. jut-...--m price. W ought to get $2.00 lor them, us others do, but here ? , nt' ui- - ..i.a.'.vftfcitttt i oiioi's inane iur uiu w ysryjow,r umliattti. bbwto mppmb wmm mKS li S 7.50 K).(K) and 'r ' ; again comes the advantage of our method of selling, and you make (be extra half dolhr. Soft Kid, nicely fmithed, perfect fitting, and very stylish. Made with Heels and Spring Heels, in Lace and Mutton, t'atent and Stock Tips. give you specially good things in all Wool Suits, that are well made and MylNli garments. Iu the better guides, at we can ! i , Circuit Court convened Monday, Judge l Donitively will renalr vour Kotiuius presiding anil Com. Atty., Moorman ou duty. watch or chk!K at less tlian tno Johu Joluwou and Jesso Ridgoway, t. I have the exwrience, tools and nibbery, were given 5 years each in the can execute tho work. Yours truly, pen. K. W. Buck. Jas. Williams and Tom Tinker, yr. Floating Oiht.i gavo a per each, grand Price's larceny. foriuaueu Ixst uiuht at the wharf. Mr, minLewis .loues, along the rivors, ors, fined $.0.00.selling whisky to i'rice u having followed the show business for Fadliu Hainra, peddltug without liclu-ap-- icologlcal course. Total Hickman Co., 38 Irs. T, E. Mayers and children are relatives at Morion, Ky. Thoy uk Hon. Ward Headley iso visit at aiavneiu ami union- Ix'font returning homo. Speaks in Hickman, Monday, Sept, rli Tf ........nnW l.k. W tjt .t .u1 n . iuiv imiuimiuj II, the same day that Hon. Henry D ITWiiii ijvtf)i-vMi ou steamer City of Memphis for ttotli speakers are tne, Texas, having secured a po Allen upoaks here, for Goebel. in a hotel nt that place. y. jCliftou, a paluter by trade, w-r- i Mfemsu 'x ruw 'lmiuiim neu Friday Mast at his homo iu The September term of the Fulton WeM iickiuan. Ho leavi-- a fumuy rial riitcrtnlmnrut at the residence off'Clinton, No. No. O. Ilcrtweck, Tuesday evening. Oaktou dipt. Hudgcus, tho well known Moscow coiuiK'tvut ex(Jircuit Court Olerk, Spring Hill rraves County, is nssutiiiif Circuit Beelerton rk Morris this term. Bugg Her Dudley Hooshcr leaves to- - Rossville w aiirht for Alexuudria. Va.. Bennett ho remains two years to complete Pelo . -I -- Tim vnniiL. tnlL--s nnlnvOfl n tilnftcntV I No. 1 ... .... , 2 .. ... 2 - 303 190 100 101 108 159 0 4 2 3 3 3 C 203 89 . 85 57 2 2 1 !" MMMmm&mxaQ Wheeler waa thn first speaker. He reviewed the leading issues of the canpalgu, defending the validity of the Louisville convention and the ooaaU nation or Goebel; the McCord Rrtfltoad bill; the Obinn School Book bill ; the Election law, and also defending the former Deaao-crati- o administration of affairs iu Kentucky, and scoring tne Republican State and National adMr. Wheeler ta ministrations.gifted Iu language, in declamation, and his pointa are well arranged. He made a strong speech, and It was well received by tbe people. It is perhaps safe to eatimate that more than 90 per oent. of the Democrats are with Mr. Wheeler in hia advocacy of Goebel and the regular Democratic nominees. Hon. Sam Crossland followed Wheeler iu bis treucbant, fi cloae. Congressman U il VV ,1 I nSBfBSSMSJSJBSSJpPJEzST'j7S9SJ ! 1 well-know- n School Shoes. of We show an excel lent line School Shoes, in both the SI 2.50 lo 18.50 show garments fully equal suits that would cost you ?5.00 to f 10 more. wo cheaper and better grades, and you will do well to examine them. We cordially invite . to Tailor-mad- e iiiuiiy years. Mrs. P. I). Turner returns home from Franklin, Ky.. where she hits been under the treutmeut of the Osteopathy physicians, ou next Monday, and lias been uiucli improved. Mrs. O. F. Hoehn und little (laugh ters left Weduesday night ou steamer uity or Meuiphui Tor fort worth, Tex as, to vibtt relatives. They will prob nbly bu absent several mouths. cense, fined $50.00. (IK AM) JUKV. J. It. Alexander, M. Bushart, B. Lanaui, J. A. Mott, Ed Heywood, G. N. Helm. J. W. Chambers, foreman: W. G. Adams, W. G. fiurliu, W. O. Graves, J. M. Athenou, L. Davis, L. D. l'KTIT JUIIY. your inspection. X L. P. & W. S. ELLISON. N. II. Bullew, R. D. Roper, W. H. Powers, R. A. Boudurant, Louis Perry, M. L. Sane, Mat. Johnson, W. B. Stal Among tho visiting attorneys at- lings, S. A. Wilkius. J. H. Williams. tending tliiw tenu of the circuit court, T O E. Boudurant, Ishaui Browder, we note Judge V. W. llobin.son, S. II. L E. Thomas. T. J. Fletcher, L. W. Cropland, Thw. bullock, Ed. Thomas, Elliott, S. P. Henry, J. F. McMulliu, i, It. B. Flatt, Thos. Smith, Chas Pavue J E. Fuqua, Oscar Napier, A. T. S. C. Clark. M. D. Coruwell, W. and county Attorney Smith, of Hick-mi.1. Harper and R. R. Burnett. Countv. By-nnu- At Cost ! - Cash Book Store. Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS, STATIONERY, NOTIONS, mact Miivt :pj' BONDURA1TT WILL SELL Mr. M. B. Shuw wan In CharlestouV tills week, to attend tho halo of lands advertised by F. & M. National I Bank, of Hickman. H. 1j Alexander V Bro bought tho principal body at and .1. J. C. Bondnraiit lxnight sov end small tracts. ' - Dr. O. II. Hubbard has commenced Wiring for artesian w ater, on his farm, near I lick man. Ho ha let tho contract to tin exjKTt, who men improved boring machinery and It Is expected that lie will 'hiieueed this time. It i a pleasant drtvuout there If you want tosee the ma- diluery iu ojH'ratioii. 0 loaves Bread for '5c. 2(1 loaves Bread tor $1.00. l'.ltrftiiiy.it limim m1ii(.fr niwl kiivi frimi 5(11.. on tl...- ,l,ai,... ... 'n tn ... . tm iui- 1I....III , nt l... V..,.. rii.. inn .iun wnj mo., $11,-iXX), Mrs A. J. Clark left Hickman, Ky , on Aug. 28th, to go to her husband iu Gilt Edge, Montana, with her two children and ou tho way tho youngest, year old, died at Custer Jc Mont., on Sept. 2d. She stopped twice for medical aid and telegraphed to Clark to come anil have the child buried us the rot of the way was by stage officials of tho N. O. & St. L. Railroad are investigating iu tho interest of capitalists as to the location of a largo cotton seed oil plant at Hickman. As some of tho parties thought to bo concerned, were formerly interested iu an oil mill here, it is believed that they are well advised, aud that there is a tiiir prospect that Hickman will be decided upon for the location. 1 Ing no time or space with flowers of rhetoric, but cutting to thequiek in plain English, never giving one wound lime to heal until another and worse one is inflicted. Thia is peculiarly Sam Orosaland's own style, which he could not change If be wanted to, and wouldn't if he could. Genial and liberal as be is in personal feelings to those who differ with him, yet ull know that as a party he hates tbe Republicans politically, traditionally and historically, and that every utterance he makes, cutting and wounding as it may be. is honest aud manly on his part, and the hurting part to political opponents is, that be comes so near proving e vi ry charge or accusation he makee. Taking tbe result of the days Bpeaking, It seems certain that tbe Goebel Demo- crats were greatly encouraged, and some enthusiasm engendered that will put tbe home workers in tbe Held to get out a full vote for the regular Democratic nominees. We suppose, of course, there were some Urown supporters present, but if so they were few iu numbers and singularly undemonstrative. Following these speeches the candidates lor the Legislature made short announcement speeches. DRY GOODS TRUST. li.ikcry. Buggies dies, Bridles, Etc., at COST, because ho desires to olose out all goodH in this line. &c IR,. T- - TTTIjiESI;, REAL ESTATE! AND INSURANCE AGENT. Speohtl attention given to the Helling of Itenl Kstute or all kinds; jtnd repreneiits a full lino of tho best und most reliable Kiro Insurance Companies doing business in the Stale, mid tluu "'Old Unliable" MUTUAL DI3NHPIT IjIKB INSUHANOI3 lOO., flint lots ulreiuly p. till out largely ovor 100,000 Life usiiranoo in UiokmiDi and vloini-ty- , and In bailing the cheapest mul best policy of rtii.y regnlur Lite luHurunoe Company tloin business In thiq ooiiulry,' lio hoIIuUh ouur pHlrouiige,, Call nutl see hiiu. Ou the above date, 1 will, at tho Laclede Hotel, Clinton street, Hicktntin, otVer for sale to the highest bidder for cash, property as follows : Mauy Hkukndkh & Co. Hotel Rauge, all Kltcheu outfit, ull the Dining room Furniture aud Tableware, I Piauo (iu good ordor) ; Matt rouses, Dressers, Washstauds Saturday, Supt. Dth, there will be a lVauut limit iu Mi-Handle's yard Chairs, Tables, &o. from 4 :!H) o'clock to 7 :00 o'clock, given Sale to commence at 10 n. in. Goods under tho auspices of Juvenile Mission- must be sold ou aciount of my luteu-tio(Succfu-o- r lo Wm. Ulenirllirliik ) ary socioty. TWo prizes olTcred, oue for to move to Paragould, Ark, tliu most succcosful iu tliu oue.t. and a M. AMBERG, IN UKALKK IxKiby jino. All children of every age are invited. Ten cents adiuisssou, For Malt or The saloon ouestion hitshtiriTd up JIaytlold. September 80 is the day set Powell warehouso and vacant lot fur the local option elect iou. A maw alongside. Few plows at half price. nii'otlng was held iu Carter's now opera Gin warehouse and gin outfit couiploto. hmiso Sunday night, attended by fully Corn Crusher, lino Corn Sheller, Fence 1,000 people. Judge W. W. Robertson Loom, Warehouse Scales, all In muM1CKMAH, dllivered tho principal addrens. Prayer lling order Money niaklug business iikHitlngs will be held four nights eacli never failed to make money in gin bust'ok and mass nieotings eaeti Sunday iness. Most desirable lot iu West Hick- VHEK OKIilVlOKY. this mouth. Both sides are uctivo iiiul man, old mill corner. Fine large tire Telephone Store No. 04; Kes. claim tho victory. MayHeld has beeu a aud burglar proof safe. Idunoe, No. W, POWBH, & Bh.0, local optiou town for SU yearn, Call and see. our Stock, up to date. Kvory,-thin-g Now is your tunity to buy of celebrated Shoes. All go at liuclianan's. oppor- AUCTION SALE! Wednesday, a pair Brown at cost The New York Sept 20th, 1899 arrangements are Herald Bays that maturing for tbe organization of a $50,000,000 dry good corporation in this city to control and operate dry goods and department stores throughout the country. The Mercantile Reorganization company haa recently been incorporated in Trenlou, N. J., us. a preliminary to creating tbe biK corporation. Men well kuowu in the drv gooda trade have been working on tbe plan for six months, aud. it Ib said, have Interested financiers who will back the enterprise. It is expected that the corpora tion will he lauuuhed iu time for the fall trade. It is proposed to buy retail storeH in cities having a population of 2U.000 or more, The com pany expects to control from 600 to 2,000 stores throughout bf) Bed-stead- h, n Fancy jlroceiies und Provisions, ktwrucKV. lleut. vuauHJt i Kt temmmt!" v,r-p- y- ' y a jfca (" distant homes to the great, festivals at npproprlnte tongs nnd tunes composed AT CAPE HAYTIEN. t. miw Jerusalem, they biought harp nnd tim- in our own day, ns well ns thnt magbrel and trumpet nnd poured along the nificent inheritance of church psalmOEOllOE WAMIE.V, Publisher. ody which has come down fragrant Uan. Juan Aildro Jliulnrt, Itcvntutlonan Rev. Dr. Talmage's Sermon on great Judenti highways a river TT7Y- Atplrant for tho I'rrtlilrncr of and around the temple the with the devotions of other genet JLaugns JLasu UlCKilAN. KENTUCKY t Munlo Domingo, I.aliil. Music in Religion. wealth of n nation's song and gladness tunes no more A fie.trfa Uugh indic.ties a drgrte of had accumulated. In our day we have they wero when our worn out than gooa Cai'E Havtikn, Sept. 5. Gen. 0DiAtnM through music, XxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxM The neat Mania Ttrntlrrrd L'niler a uivision oi labor In l,le nnd we have ' titers climbed till ii 4ln.ni feint, tit.. Isidro .limine, the revolutionaryJuai biood. ntAtm bat one person (n ten pure cAi hx as m,nkc. ",e. hym,"' nnoth,ir chmch to glory? Dear old souls, pirant pure blood, the oibe nine should purify t TroiiMr (;il All to to make for tho presidency of tho repubtune, another man to how thny used to sing! When they the blood with Hood's S.trs.tpArilj. SEPTEMBER 1899. Slnu The Iroirr .Munlo r .n,nn were cheerful, our grandfathers nnd lic of Santo Domingo, arrived here men tney an Uugli first, Ust And Ml it ""."""" " , fur Church, ti,u'Brandmothers used to sing "Colches. Monday afternoon In tho stcatnei tne ume, for Minim Sun. Mon. Tue. Wad. Thur. Frl. Sat. U the sister after the ter." When they were very medita- - Georges Crolso from Ilarncoa, accom , i k k n ini r f ,1... w .i.i . ....... Copyright, Louis Klopsch. IKO.l . wr ' ". to buh, I'uiiiposcu a live, then the boarded meeting house pnnlcd by his son and several friends. i"'""i I M ... 1 ,,, .,., ,, doxology, set it j. music, clapped it on lung with "South Street" nnd St. EdIn the course of a brief Interview, Dr, Tnlinagc discussed a a ci mbul and ut the same time sang it. most attractive department of re- David, the psalmist, was nt the same mund's." Were they struck through Gen. Jlmlncssald that his plans wore with great underlies, they snug progressing favorably nud thnt the ligious worship the service of song. Ume poet, musical composer, Ills ideas will be received with interest and singer, nnd the majority harpist "Woodstock." Were they wrapped in Georges Ciolso would sail Monday by all who love to lift their voices In rhythm goes vibrating through of hU visions of the glory of the church, they night for Puerto Plata, where Gen. STORY SOUNDED WELL, all the sang ".Ion." Were they overborne with praise in the Lord's house. The text ages. Jimines intends to rest a day or twe J7 18 J? 20 21 22 "iTjF is Nehetuiah 7:07: "Ami they had the love and glory of Christ, they sang beforo continuing his journey to tlie nm Tlirre Wns Itraaon In llrllcy There were In nible two hundred forty and live singing men instruments a harp oftimes stringed "Arlch." And in those days there were capital of Santo Domingo. Thnt It Wna .ot Wholly three strings certain tunes married to certain hymns, 9 Z ZD Zb Z 2Q Zy JU Tmr, and singing women." l'L'Kiiro Plata, Sept. ft. In the exphis, ing by fret nnd bow, n hnrp of ten and they have lived in peace n irrcat The best music has been rendered un- strings resounding only to the linger while, the.se two old people, nnd we pectation of tho early arrival of Gen. "When I first went went." tells a retired der trouble. The first duet Unit I know of the performer. huticin man, who docs nothing the anything of was given bv l'nul and crooked trumpet, Then there was thr have no right to divoice them. "What Jiiueucs elaborate preparations aro be- way of work except now mow the Uwnin sinl to fashioned out oftlir God hath joined together let no inuti ing made to give him a brilliant reCURRENT TOPICS. Silas when they sang praises to Uod rc that the rut is in the lurn at night, horn of the ov or tho ram. Then thcrr put nsunder." Born as we have been, ception. The eiithustnsui is universal nnd the prisoners heard them. The "thl maimed hsnd saved mv life," "Is that so?" fltsrd the vititine nclsldior, AuTouonii.E watering carts arc used scotch Covenautcr-- . hounded by the were the slstrum nud the cymbals, amid this great wealth of church tut), and the people nro anxiously awaiting clapped who knew tlil foi m In Paris. dogs of persecution, sang the psalms march. in the dance or beaten in the sic, augmented by the compositions of his advent upon the scene. It is be- tc Milliucntthat rim re the of Invitation would to story There were 4,000 I.evites, the artists in our day, we ought uot to be lieved The men of Chicago spend 53,500,000 of David with more spirit than they hadn't Imt "Yes, that's tixlit, best men of the country, whose onb tempted out of the sphere of Christian special that he will arrive hero by n first fitter when I w.uIf Iboy I wouldn't that a year for shaves. a be have ever since been rendered. The business it was to Jooli steamer early Tuesday. nfter the muslj harmonynnd try to seek utieonsecrated here now Jim Dixon and tne were tradln' England' consumes 3,000,000 worth captives in the text had music left in Senor Vasquez a delegate of the with the Indian. Wc cxclMiim-- bead, fake of the temple. af lish every year. sounds. It is absurd for u inWIIomtire provisional government arrived Mon- Jewelry and luijtlit calico for fun. All the them, and 1 declare that if they could These 4,000 I.evites Were divided Into to steal. The best marksmen are usually tho& find, amid all their tiiuls, two hundred day evening at the head of a deputa- buffalo were not pone thru and we did . Rood lnuinoM. I remark, also, that corectness ought Dm. time tvlth gray or blue eyes. to and forty and live singing men ami two classes and olliclnted on different tion of seven whoso presence will add strike a wamlrrinit bind we happenisltlut of nisac New Yoisk is said to have 7,500 bar singing women then in this day of davs. Can you imagine the harmony to be n characteristic of church music. held us up on unlit and It was plain from eclat to the reception. bcr shops and 25,000 barbers. Gospel sunlight and free from all per- when these white robed I.evites, before While we all ought to take part in this the devils thr News from Gunynbiu nnnouncet the that way were rrd be put datiird n round in About 1,500,000 persons arc employed secution there ought to be u great the svmbols of God's presence nnd bv service, with porhnps n few exceptions, wc to to death after the In the coal mines of the world. the smoking nitnrs nnd the candlesticks we ought at Ihe nunc time to cultivate surrender of Gen. Pichardo, governor iiiuinn in.inoii. ,n at once rrcalletl (list multitude of men nnd women willing s good manv of the Indians knew- uie a the The proportion of sickness in human to sing the praises of God. All our that sprang upward nnd branched out ourselves in this sucerd art. God loves of Monte ClirUtl. who was encamped fourliii.-erctrailer who was lw)s on life is nine days out of the year. churches need arousal on this subject. like trees of gold and under the wings harmony, nnd we ought to love it near Bllla Lobosln the hills with In. the Ievl with those wild merchants, so I , l'lii.vcE Caciiuul. a Bussian, is a Those who cau sing must throw their of Uie cherubim, chanted the One There is no devotion in n howl or a fantry and artillery, endeavoring to hcil up thr ham! ami kept it up till one flf thr vauntf buck let out a sumurant Brunt waiter in a liudapesth rt staurant. Psalm of vclp. In this day, when there are so sustnln the fallen government of souls into the exercise, and those who Hundred and Thirty-sixtand thru burned to the chief in command. BitAzit, will exhibit 500 varieties of cannot sing must lenm how, and it Dav id? Do j on know how it was done? many opportunities of high culture in He came to me in a dninifint manner, exlerpents at the Paris display in 1900. shall be heart to heart, voice to voice, One part of that great choir stood fp this sacred art, I declare that those amined the hand, diluted sUiut 10 times THE MORGAN CITY. while deliberating, laid 'Hon,' and rrlested The princess of Monaco was the hymn to hymn, nnUiem to anthem, and ehanted: "Oh. give thanks unto tlie parents are guilty of neglect who let me at well a my partner We were tttatrd daughter of the famous banker Heine. and the music shall swell jubilant with Lord, for He is goodl" Then the other their sous and daughters grow up the handle up to deAccor.DiNO to our insanity returns 16 thanksgiving and tremulous with par part of the choir, standing in some knowing nothing about music. In The Transport Struck m Krrf, 330 Mllwi right whentowe wanted toandIt ermittcd rlotrsl part tin thr I rum eases in 1,000 are caused by love affairs. don. part of the temple, would come in some of the European cathedrals the Vt- - llaaahact other squeak ami the wort scare I had out in that ami All Hands Mara Sa.i. routitry when pear rails and with the response: "For His mercy er choir assembles every morning nnd The recent storm in Chile arc said to Have you ever noticed the construcfriiihts were the ru! " have caused a property Iom of tion of the human throat as indicative durcth forever." Then the first part every afternoon of every day the whole "llravr Wabiiixotcin, Sept. 5. The follow-In- other, a man," said one ne.ghhor to anof what God means us to do with it? would take up the song ngnln und sin j ear to perfect themselves in this urt, they walkrdaway dispatch received at the war deMinneapolis carpenters struck for In only an ordinury throat and lungs "Unto him who only doeth great won- and shall wc begrudge the half hour we regular bu injun, if you arcept all partment Monday afternoon gives h tells. Betnrrn me and ou he lost that Ihe eight-hou- r day and thirty cents an there arc 14 direct muscles and 30 in- ders." The other part of the cho& spend Friday nights In the fmer two ears hour. some particulars of the wrccVc of the cutttr." Detroitago while rxamming t bar direct muscles that can produce a very would come in with overwhelming re of sacred song for the Sabbath? Free Prci. great variety of sounds. What does sponse: "tor His mercy endureth for Another characteristic must be spirit transport Morgati City: There are 45 admirals in the French navy and 3S0 generals in the French that mean? It means that you should ever," until in the latter part of thi nnd life. .Music ought to rush from the 'Naoahaki. Sept. 3. Adjutant GenVERY OBLIGING. sang! Do you suppose that God, who song, the music floating backward and nudience like the water from a rock army. eral, Wushington: Transport Morgan gives us sush u musical instrument us forward, harmony grappling with har- clear, bright, sparkling. If all thr other City In the Havana custom house are under guidance experienced pilot Ii Was Willi to Give lh Vol. mony, every trumpet sounding, ever; part of the church service Is dull, do not 214 Cubans, 84 Spaniards and 33 that, intends us to keep it shut? Supstruck reef In Inland sea, eight miles comic Vocallal Uood Ilar4 pose some great tyrant should get posbosom heaving, one part of this great have the music dull. Americans. With so many from Ononuehl. 230 miles Shuvr. from Nagas It is estimated that about 10. 000 acres session of the musical instruments of white robed choir would lift the on. thrilling things to sing nbout, nwny If land in the United States arc plant-i- d the world and should lock up the or- them: "Oh, give thanks unto the God with all drawling and stupidity. There aki, about 4 a. m. September L BackThe young: man Vessel tilled rapid-ly- ; sras Interrupted by who titie loud and long gan of Westminster abbey, and the of Heaven!" und the other part of t with Tine. is nothing thnt make me so nervous ed off t daylight. a tap at thr door of hit was beached and all saved. Mix Yono Wnou, the new minister organ or .Lucerne, and the organ at Levite choir would come in with the r apartment. us to sit iu n pulpit and look off on un "Excuie me," said the tall, thin stranger, o Washington from Cores, and crew did splendid work. Have speaks Haarlem, and the organ ut Freiburg, sponse: "ior His mercy endurethifar- - audience with their eyes am sorry to itutud. I urnipr the Hat English fluently. and all thy, other grjeut musical instru- ever. closed, and their lips almost shut. telegraphed to Koc for food. Am "I under you, and I have crnw up to tcunire sending wrecking crew vessel food if vim are thr gentleman who touts bal Blunts and deaths occur all the ments of the world. You would call But lam glad to know that all throv&rb mumbling the praises of God. During world over more frequently at night such a man as that a monster, end yet the ages tlmre hns been great nttentMi?) unc ui my journeys preached to nn from here; cargo almost all lost. Can lad.' "Vet," was the answer, with theatrofl than in the day time. you are more wicked if, with the human pmu 10 sucreu music. AiuurosjUs, audience of 2,000 or 3,000 people, nnd you send me tranort from Manila? man who It modett, but cannot deny the voice, a musical instrument of more Augustine, Gregory the Great, Chiile- - all the music they made together did American money good Kvehv German soldier carries a e here only, truth. "Arc jou loud of muilrr not equal one skylark! "People do not hence delay. religious book with the rest of wonderful adaptation than all the mu- mugne, gave it their mighty inline "I don't tnoft' that I am whit you would call fond of it. At thr tame tunc I haven't sical instruments that man ever cre- nnd in our day the best musical ge his personal equipment. sleep at n coronation; do not let us 'CAirri.it. guartcrmastsr." an) thins particular againi! It I am very sleep when we come to a Saviour's Sechetaiiy Gage has ordered that the ated, you shut It against the praise of is throwing itself on the altars General Otis cabled Minister Buck murh attrrttd by some thins hear " crowning. national quarantine regulations be en- God. Handel nnd Mozart and Bach nnd "That amount! to thr tame thing at brinz fond of Let those refuse to sing forced at San Francisco. In order to,n proper discharge of this for particulars, nnd notified the de- toothing it," wat the antwtr. in a tunc of rauie unu nou ana scores of o encouragement. Who never knew our GoJ, men and women have given the duty, let m stand up, save ns age or partment that the Ohio would be sent Thomas Bain, new speaker of the "I have been. wondering if I rauiht the But children of the heavenly King to Nagasaki. part of their genius ,to ehur Canadian house of commons, it 'the kucss orvfatlgne cacuscs us. Scntrd word of your favorite song correctly. Let Should rpealc their Joys abroad. Tho government suiTrs no great loss mt ten l Hrst farmer to gain that post. n easy pevv wc ennnot do this clut v Music seems to have been born in the' A truth in words is not half si) "How often, oh. how often, Tiieke is a district in Liverpool in- loulof the natural world. The omnipo- as a truth in song. Luther's fcermons alf so well nt when upright we throw In the wreck of the .Morgan City save Have I wlihed that the ebbing t!! habited by 00,000 people where intoxi- tent voice with which God command-i- d hav e been forgotten, but the "Jut gnu nt our whole body Into It. Let our song be that of time, as she was a chartered Would tear me aa)-olis looin cating liquor can not be bought. Hymn" he composed is resounding jet like nn acclamation of victory. You vessel, and the owners are the losers. To Ihe ocean wild and wide. the world into being Special courses of lectures on rail- yet with its maje.ty and seems to linger all through Christendom. have a right to sing do not surrender Is that ruin'" sweetness, "Yes; it's all risht, according to my recoJ. roading as a science are being delivered you hear it In the grainficld, in and I congratulate the world and the your prerogative. If in the perform-anc- e SEVEN OF THE CREW DEAD. the lection, I that one of the piece voueicif-fectr- d in Berlin and Brcslau this summer. of your duty, or the nttempt nt It, iwoop of the wind amid the mountain church on the advancement mat em this English engineers are making com- fastnesses, iu the canary's warble Tlia IrhiMin.r I.l.c.r, f Tnrontu, LoiiIkI nrt the Edinburgh societies "Yet. I have affected by that for the jou should lose your place In the mumendable progress in burniug garbage the thunder shock, in the brook's and Improvement of music, the Swiss sli Willi Coal, l.o.t In jUr lluruii, uour at 4 ume. it hat drawn mciirrit-iblsical scale and be one C below w hen you ae tinas fuel in electric light stations. At kle lo vnii. It ha filled me withn.vr.nii-inCiixMlrlrli, Out., In a Cal. societies, the Exeter hall concerts, ought to be onuC above, or you should and paean. There are to do tomrtlnng that would make ou Canterbury, England, 15 tons are lof t cadences in the triennial musical convocatirn at come In half a bar behind, we will Anil I called up to say that if nature and loud notes, happier. burned in twelve hours under a forced tome Goonntcii, Ont., Sept. you! Still. It Is better to dons Paul New s reach- jou II come down to the tiverwith mrany Dusseldcrf, Germany , nnd Birmingham. draft. This process is in use at several and of which we cannot hear at all Englnndi the ear hire controversies of music at says nnd sing "with the spirit and the ed here of the loss on Lake Huron of evening I'll im)' jourgood fare and Hie a others that are so terrific that we places. first ttart nn the schooner Llsgar, of Toronto, and loat mid give jou ,i Munich and Leipsic, the Ilai.del imii understanding nlso." cannot appreciate them. ebbing tidr trhrdulrd. I don'l nmid And The breaking off of the engagement Again I remark church music must the probable death of her crow of saving that the futthrrout it be.ir voti the The animuiculae have their music, Ha dn and Harmonic and .Mozart between Prince Max of Baden and the and the spicula of hay and be congregational. of this country, theacai.enuefof This opportunity seven. The Lisgar was in tow of belter I'll be sutitfivd." Wsthiligtun Star. the globule Grand Duchess Hclcnc of Russia was a 3f water ureas certainly resonant with music in New York, Brooklyn. Host n, must be brought dow n within the range the steamer Clinton and was loaded ?reat grief to the Princess Wilhclm of the voice of God as the highest heavens Charleston, Xew Orleans, Chicago u d of the whole nudience. A song that the . tlml. with coal. Tho tow was bound Baden, who always desired that her "How did the family come out In the nutworshipers cannot sing is of no more from Buffalo every city which has uny enterprise In which the arm e a of the ledeenad for Parry sound. ter p( jettling the cttatcl" wa atked of one ion should marry into tho imperial Xovv, friends, how are we to dec c use to them than n sermon In Choctnw. celebrate their victories. When the of thr brother. bouse of Russia. What nn easy kind of church It must be The Llsgar war between the Clinton what appropriate, "Might have lcen. worte, hut wc finallv especially ! r A Gekman firm undertook to salve breath of the flower strikes the air, and nnd n second boat the Grimsby. A where the minister does nil the jtrench-In- g nioeeded In effertlng a compromlte Hie Paris on the "no cure, no pay" the wing of Uic firefly cleaves it, there ciiurcu muster mere may be a gr it sprang up wncn the bonis were SO our law vcr be which hr ngrtrd to letwitli nnd the ciders nil the praying nnd Kiiic Is sound und there is melody; and as many dilTercnces of opinion. In sc Us ie principle. have half." Detroit Pac Preti. If floated the salvors were There arc miles northwest of Southampton. to have half the value of the vessel. to those utterances of nature which of the churches they prefer n trail. d the choir nil the singing' but very few churches where there ore Without a moment's warning the LlsThe operations of the firm on the seem harsh and overwhelming, it is ns choir; in others they prefer the imI'nmllv Prlilr. when you stand in the midst of a great deoD, the harp, the cornet, the orgai ; "243 singing men and singing women." gar sank, and the other boats had great Thr Hutband-H- ut wc can't afford to keep manacles cost 520,000, and half the some churches it is almost consid- difficulty in cutting away from her in a earnagr. orchestra, and Uie sound almost rends iu other places they think these tlii! ,, In value of the Paris is estimated at I know wo can't, but I want to The your ear because jou are too near are the invention of the devil. Son u ered a disturbance If n man let out his time to save themselves Tho how thatifc Mud-u.Mrs llronn wr can The discovery of a scrum to combat to catch the blending of the music, would have a musical instrutmtt voice to full compass, nnd the people Llsgar was owned by the Ma- have things wr can't afford juttthat well a as they ran. N. Y. Journal. tho bubonic plague is reported. Prof. so, my friends, we stand too near the ployed so loud joh cannot stand it. to I get up on tiptoe and look over between thews Co., Capt. the spring lints nnd wonder what that freeman, of St.of Toronto. Bandi, of the University of Messina, desolating storm und the frightful others would have it played so soft : Catherines, was in H mnn Is making nil the noise nbout. In charge, r t."V,tK--"IHilkin. Ii claims to have found it. Government whirlwind to catch the blendlug of the cannot hear it. Some think a inui,. i with his wife as cook. The crew .t.I ' Syracuse In n Presbyterian church !.. music, but when that music rises to instrument ought to be plajed oni.v '"J'V'f tMight whU officials are interested and with their of five were from St. Catherines and k), ii ai.d a ha f a keg of beer there was one member who nunc to me permission he will proceed to Oporto where God is, and the Invisible beintrs the interstices of. worship, nnd t'ii mght before last." I.ll,.tM,T What em when I wns the pastor of another church Kingston. Tlie tug Kvclyn was sent "thr-ChiM- Ko and make experimental applications of who float above us, then 1 suppose the with indescribable softness, wl Timesin that city nnd told me his trouble, out from here to search for the missing JlcnSd"" harmony is us sweetusitis tremendous, others are not satisfied unless then-the scrum. how thnt ns lie persisted In singing en crew, but she had not returned at a late Oni.v two women are left to draw in the judgment day, that day of tumul' startling contrasts und staccato iu.- the Snbboth day n committee, made up hour. ,,"t Jn I'lyio!ogy.-"Th- ey tay a man pensions on account of tho revolu- and terror, there will be no dissouance J sages thnt make the nudience juii; of the session of the choir, had come to to those who can appreciate the mus.c . A with great ejes ami hair on end, tii VVorlif. lUroril. tionary war. There were three of ' K"?' Ihi,t.u " ' mm them until a tew days ago, the widows It will be as when sometimes a great irom a vision of the witch of End.ir. nsk him If he would not just please to Nkw Yoiik. Sept. 5. At the Knickcr-bockc- r wio j scared ne.ir out put up an awful keep still! You have n right to sing. Jou" of continental soldiers, but their num- organist, in executing some great pkee, But, while there may be great vnm athletic club's Labor Day carber was decreased by the death of Mrs. breaks down the instrument upon ties of opinion iu regard to music, it Jonathan Edwards used to set npurt nival of sport at Bavonnc. N. J.. .Inbn whole days for singing. Let us wake up Nancy Jones, of Jonesboro, Tenn. She which he is playing the music. So, seems to ine that the general spirit thing, that elopement Klnnugan. tho world's champion ham. or Hurit.ry-'Tu- nnMim .Longwaitcaml; young Snipper." An- when the great march of the judgment was 95 years old. the word of God Indicates what ought to tills duty. Let us sing alone, sing In iner thrower made n new world's refamilies, sing in our school., slm. 3ay is played under the hand o' earthA Minnesota man captured a king to be the grent characteristics of church our cord from the nine foot circle which is lion! -P- hihiJc'lphia North American. in our churches. music, fisher when it was young, made a pet quake, and storm nnd conilagiatlon, I want to rouse jou to nn unanimity known its the Irlah style. He flung tho of it, and trained tho bird to capturo the world itself will break djvwi with And I remark, in the first place, a The people who can't iro a joke arc not fish and lay them at its master's feet. the music that is jilajedcn it. The prominent characteristic ought to U in Christian song tlist linn never yrt mlssle 101 feet 0 inches, eclipsing tho fact Is, we are all deaf, or we should udaptivcucss to devotion. .Music th.t Jjccn exhibited. Come now: clear your previous world's record of 104 feet out don t think much of it. Puck. In summer the bird is taken to the mndo by T. !'. Kicly, a few weeks ago river where fish are known to abound, understand that the whole universe is may be appropriate for a conceit Ln.'. thronts nnd get rend.v for this duty. never shnll forget In n.'lngn und set at liberty. It poises high in but one harmony th stars of the or the opera house, or the dravMi ; sing the "Mnrselllali'" on rrenchmnn at Limerick, Ireland. the air, and suddenly dronniiur. i r.un mgnt oniy me ivory xejs of a grent room, may be inappropriate In chim i tlicChnmps Columbia Again l)fe.ti I hi, Klysecs, Paris, just its victim and promptly delivers tho instrument on which God s fingers play 1.1. wie ....... i..I.... It 1...1I...1. ,iiti .1 i(,;.no, imiuiut., inny ne lis Sedan, in 1S7). I before tlie battle of fish to its master. the music of the spheres. Nkwi'oi.t. 11. I., Sept, fl. In never saw such innocent ns psalms in their places Hut Music seems dependent on the law of church music has only oivi design, before or since. As he snng race, tho second and last of the Russian women arc said to bo remd markably frank about their ages. Sev- acoustics and mathematics, and yet that is devotion, and that which com. s that nntlonal air. oh, how the Trench. official trial races for a settlement of a . tr. .. jinvc- - you ever in nn defender of the eral years ago one of them misreprc where these laws are not understood at with the toss, the swlngnnd thedispl.ij m.i.. .I...n(n.11 linn KiiiJiMi-uAmerica's otip the Co. sented her aj;e in court and she was all the art is practiced. There are of an opera house is a hindrance to the English nssemblnge heard n band play lumbia again demonstrated that she is "God Save the Queen?" If you linve. 500 masical journals in China. Two promptly sent to Siberia. It is said worship. From such performances the courts of France are absolutely un- thousand years before Christ the Egyp- go away saying: "What splendid ex. .ue you know something about the enthu- tho superior of the Defender, the 1SU3 champion, by defeating her'10 minutes able to get correct statements of the tians practiced this art. Pythagoras siasm of n nati mal air. Did you ever n soprano ' nnd 7 seconds over a triangular course number of years the fair daughters of Irarned it. Lasus of Ilermione wrote Which of those solos did I tell Now. jou like the sing Sabbnth b thnt these songs wo in an eight knot brcuzo and a smooth mat, lanu nave been upon earth. essays nn it. Plato and Aristotle intro Sabbath are the nabetter?" When, if we The king of the Belgians travels as duced it into their schools, but I have wrought upon, we had been right Ij tional nlrs of tl... Kingdom of Heaven, sea. would have gene Sown Kivenstcin, invariably putting not much Interest in that. My chief In- uwy Onlrrrit to Manila. Miymg: "un, how my soul was nnd If you do not learn to sing them here Sick headache. Food doesn'tdl. up at his hotel in Paris with far less terest is in the music of the Bible. Chicago, Sept. 5. Official orders were iiiicci up n tne presence of God while how do you ever xpeet to slntr the sonrr gest well, appetite poor, bowels con. bustle than that which the arrival of The Bible, like a great harp with in- they wen singing tlpated, tongue coated. It's your that first hvmn! I of Moses and the Lnmb? I should not received from the war department at un ordinary foreign count would entail. numerable strings, be surprised nt i.i If some of the best Washington swept by the fingers never had sueli rapturous vfews liver I Aycr's Pills are liver nllla. Monday, directing tho.loth of anthems of The smallest man who ever lived was oi inspiration, trembles with aacir n4 ",Ci 11ncY cure nyspep. t So fnr Htun were mnde up of os my Saviour as ivhcn they ' ... the dwarf Bebe, born in France in back as the fourth chapter it. Genesis Jesus United StatcH some of the best ..ongs of earth, Mny and sla, biliousness. 25c. All Druggists. of were singing that last doxology." 1740. He was just 20 inches high and you find the first organist and harper God Increase our reverence for Ohrls. proceed nt once to Manila and report My friend, there is nn everlasting eight pounds in weight when full Jubcl. So tlnn psalmody and keep us from dis- to Gen. Otis .for duty. Tho .'SOth regiWant your mouitacli or bttrcl far back as the thirty-firs- t between brown or rlrh lit.!. im.V .. t btautllul 1' frown. chapter of Genesis you find the first inirfic as u help to music ns an nrt and gracing it by our indifference ami friv ment was recruited at Fort Sheridan, devotion. Though a ollty. The Rev. H. R. Jlawels is said to bs choir. All up and down the BUCKINGHAM'S DVE nnd tlie S'Jd at Fort Thomas, Ivy. Tho Bible you fccnuninnn composed it, though a Mo.',. the greatest clerical traveler of the cen- find lacred music " r a r. n.u t ......,.. 30th will leave for Ft. Sheridan Wcdncs. L. " at weddings, at zart played it, though n Soiling sang it tury. Between 18S5, when he was Tiramble Dobbs thinks he la a cnn,. day afternoon, nt the trending of the wine nway with Jt if It does nnd sail from San FranLowell lecturer at Boston and press. The Hebrews understood how to heart better avid honor not make the poler player, doesn't he? cisco September 10. The a;d, it is exuniversity preacher at Cornell and Har- make Christ. Whv Thome Ye, but It costs him a good musical signs .ibove the musical .. uviuiti np roil lie vard, and lS.n, he covered no feivei B Uett Uiutili tirnip. Tula 0(mkI.' Uae M money 10 mink so. N. Y. Jour- pected, will loavo Fort Thornim next W&e .1. Jsw. cam from their I worldly gnyety when we huv" io many ueni oi Saturday, and will embark Suptern. than 100,000 m'lcs outside of Europe. nal. The Hickman Courier A SERVICE OP SONG. p m "He Lauglis Best w no r -- ofhar-uionyunUll- n r grcut-graudf- Mi-nu- l'v "m - TwOd&SaUai f to-dn- y L t I 1 - h Nca-ak!-.TI- .a heart-failur- e 1,500,-10- 0. g "! v cm-ploy- Oftl-ce- three-fourt- h 1 -- four-ounc- ofi!. 1 n fr b" y g g-i- the-oeaan- 's ex-ru- se i ! I s - 5375,-co- o. i'W . - i hgl.t."-lndu- naX . 1 u.v, Mon-day- 's i Mm PmS ..! to-a- ay heat-suc- c Ch.-ls- d reL-liiH- . "m li -- l.or on MiiaiairTyi 7 i irt - f - V - , , a, , f '& m'J V OLD VETERANS. Thirty-Thir- d THE SITUATION IS GRAVE. Animal Encampment Cvcncd In the Quaker City. Tb lloara Will Jfobatlr Uaalara War and Kald Natal Ilafora tha llrltldi Filipinos Troop Arrlva. Lo.fDox, Sept. 5. The Johannesburg correspondent of tho Standard s.iys: "I learn from an ofllclal who has been earnestly striving for peace that tho matter is now hopclcsa. Tho lloers will probably declare war at 49 hours notice and will try to raid Natal before tho Ilritlsh troops arrive. I bcllovo tho Orango Free Stato join will the Trunsvaal but tho that liocrs in Natal and tho Capo Colony will remain quiet at the outset unless Irritated by tho tllsmlssal of tho Cape Colony cabinet. "Tho lloers have the fullest confidence in their magazlno ritlc and their skill in marksmanship. State Attorney Smuts is the chief Inciter of the war party. Thirty thousand men In the Transvaal nudUO.000 in the Orange Free State will take tho Held." The Times prints a letter from the lllshop of Pretoria appealing for funds to relieve the terrible distress caused by tiie protracted tension and tho fears of war. A dispatch to the Daily Mail from Dfliiiroa bay says the refugees from llarbertou declared that they were warned to leave as the lloers Intended to cordon the district. There (ire numerous other dlspttchcs giving rumors as to war plans and preparations tho probable attitude of the natives and posiblo developments. Amid the crowd of ronlllctiiig dispatches from South Africa regarding the Transvaal situation it is still itn- !ossib!e to say exactly what lias hap. pen i'il. It seems evident however that President ICruger ha withdrawn tho live year franchlso which was dependent on Great llrltaln's acceptance of impossible conditions regarding suzerainty, and has made some sort of temporizing counter suggestions regarding a conference. The Standard and Diggers News gives what purports to bo a rcjwrt of the secret session of the volksraad on Stturdny. According to this account the volksr.iad not only determined to reject thu proposal but also stoutly opposed President Kruger vlv IlingCapc Town and resolved to make a stand for the abrogation of Knglnud's claim to suzerainty. llve-ytar 'short rations. Trying Every Scheme t Oct Food and Ammunition. fffcaf Ara Using FRANCE IS UNEASY. It It Frarail the Vardlct In tha Trial Mar t'auto TroublaI'rtcau- tlont Have Hern 'Taken. Drajfas jgtlM1ttl9t1i1 J TO SELL WATER POWER. A WMaKsMfc STATE ODDS AND ENDS VOLUNTARILY A ' Th Avenue of Kitenili for FWa llloekt, la the Mull Ma.nMcant rieca or Decoration F.ver Attempted la I'hlladelphla. d ram, Which ruii.AiiKi.riiiA, Sept 4. Tho thirty-thirannual encampment of tho Grand Army of tho Republic began Monday. The vanguard of tho veterans hai reached this city ond found tho people with ouutrotcbod hand. Never again, perhaps will Philadelphia bo thesceiu of a national encampment of tho 0. A. R. Of tho valiant men who defended tho cause of tie Uilon thoro rcmalut but a remnant, and with tho depletion of the ranks the welcome U tho uioro lienrtfelt and enthusiastic A dm. Sampiou, with hi fleet ol lighting ships, hero Sunday, and this event maiks tho beginning of tho week's cclohralloti. Tho route o' the veteran parade, which take place on Tuesday, is oik olld blnxo of color and light. Not building hut has It front incased In the red. white and blue. Tho avenue of fame, which extends from Walnut to Cherry street on Proad, a distance of Jive Hocks, with the city hall a the center, Is tho most plcct of decoration over attempted In thu dtj. 'I here are two classes of column. The larger and more o.uato are about 63 III leet height ar and placed at tho street corners. Thu stutlUr olumtit, about 25 feet high stand on each side of llroad trcct between tho larger columns, Tho corner pillar arc massive, but graceful, and at tho base of each are, alternately, In heroic xe, two toldicri and two sal.om, Numerous circle of electric lights decorate the pile from the base to tho golden eagles at the top. Tho columns arc connected by festoons of bunting and laurel, and strings of Incandescent lamps give a brilliant effect at night. 'Die north and south front of the cUy hall will bo illuminated with missive electric light pieces SO feet in length, representing tho O. A. K. badge. Rows of Incandescent lights extend from the top of Pcnu's statue, 45 feet above the street level, to the roof anil around the structure, giving th effect of nn Immense columu ol ar-iv- Sept 5. As tho ond of tha Dreyfus court-martitrial comes withBlack Fow- - in Ilomeaada sight tho French government is bedar A Tore of Natlva I'ollea ltaa ginning to display a fear that the vcr-JlJlegun to I'atrul Manila, Co may give rise to troubles and or- Operating With 1'rovoit. ucrs navo just been received by two Manila, Sept. 4. Many Spanish prlv regiments of Infantry and one cavalry oners aro escaping from the Fillplnoi regiment, already within hall of Hcn-ne- s, to hold themselves In reudlncss to and bringing into tho American Unci march on tho town at tho first sign of stories of hard treatment They Agree that the Filipinos aro exceed! ngly short disorder, to occupy All strategical of rations, and that a largo section of points and to repress manifestations in their troops is reduced to tho use of their inceptions. The local homc-inad- o organs by black powder. Tho naal ct J f SURRENDERED. I'ropodtlon to Harnett tha Cumbtrland Illver tall and Furnlth rower With. In a llaillu- - Jteachlnr Cincinnati. I'rltoner In Jail In Lexlnrloa rear Violence from lilt Victim' family and Atkt For 1'rotectlon. FARMERS' II Mat CONGRESS. On In fill- - brilliant light Sept. 5. The cabinet meeting Monday decided to sus end negotiations with the lu urgent through tho Philippine commission and the commission will be quickly dissolved. The president and his cabinet advisers have reached the conclusion that It is impolitic and unA DISASTROUS FIRE. wise to maintain tho commission and attempt to negotiate with tiio inThirty-twIrani HulMlnWllh Their surgents for surrender. An aggresContents Destroyed at sive caiupalgu has been ordered, reinMlrlu About V7A OOU. forcements havo been provided for IIav I'lTV. Mich., Sept 4. Plucon- - Gen. Otis and the army prepured to nlng village, 20 mtleH north of Hay deal crushing blows. Tho military City, was visited by a disastrous ro men of tho service will be given full Sunday afternoon. Thirty-twframe wuy. buildings, Including tho Michigan Sli harluutlr Injured la a llunawaf- Central passenger station, Macabco Kacink. Wis., Sept. 5. In tho town hall, 11 business houses and 25 dwell- of llurllngton, 'J5 miles west, from six ings wro totally destroyed with thefr to ten persons wcro seriously Injured coutctiU in nearly every case. A heavy in a runaway, David Gaffnoy was north vind prevailed and the firemen driving them from llrown's lake to tho were unable to cope with the llama. village. Going down a hill, near tho The fire Mopped when it had burned cemetery a wheel came oil tho vehicle Itself out. Tho loss la roughly osti- and thu team ran away. Thoso uot . um ted at 575 000, with small thrown ontof the wagon were dragged by tho team aud nearly every one was Injured. Will 1U Wedded tepteutuer 33. savan I'traimi Ilrownail Maar Halifax. Xr.wroitT, It. I Sept 4. Mrs. Pottor Halifax, N. S., Sept. 5. A sail boat I'almcr has Issued the invitations for tho marriage of her niece, Miss Julia was sunk Monday night near tho mouth of Halifax harbor aud seven Dent Grant, which aro in tho followk ing form: "Hrig. Gen. and Mrs. lives wero lost, tho victims nil belongDent Grant request tho honor of ing to this city. There were eleven jour prc&cuco at tho marriage of their persons In the boat and four wero .daughter Julia to I'rinco Michael saved, Tho mast was lifted out of Its Cantacuzcne, Count jjpcrausUy, on stepping by a squall of wind, and when Monday, September 35, IfcUH, at IS It fell back into its pocket it punched o'clock, at All Saints Chapel, Newport, a hole lu the bottom of 1 10 boat, causing her to sluk lu a few minutes. It. J." Ilurrlliln Dltruvtrr. llrakriimii' Hun Down bt it Train. Imhanai'om, Sept. 4. Tho body of ()., Sept. fl. Manciiksiku, Mrs. Samuel U llrown, ono of the old Nancy J. Wilson, aged 74. was run freight conductors on tho Ulg Tour down and killed by a special C ,fc 0, railway, was brought hero Sunday train. The regular train had just uight. Just before tho train reached passed when she started to crois the Sunmau Sunday tho biakemau inlsbed track. the conductor, and upon running buck Another 1'olnr Kxpvtlitluiu he found him lying dead on tho roof London, Sept. 6. A dispatch to the of a car with his neck broken. It is the supp(hltlon that ho was struck by Dally Mail Chronicle from Chrl&tlanla one of the overhanging bridges span- says that llaron Von Tell, a Ilusslan, ning Tanner's creek, llrown was 42 has purchased a scaling vessel aud will rears old, and leave a widow, Lili undertake an expedition Into tho north Polar regions next spring. aoaie was In thU city. Wasiii.MiTon, Is Thu bit parade of Tuesday will be in twelve division. Post No. 1, from RockforJ, 111., tho oldcat post In the Grand Army, will head the line. As the veterans pasa around the City Knit they will be reviewed by President who I expected to arrive hero Monday night, accompanied by Secretaries Koot and Gage and l'ostmaslcr General Smith. There will bo over 42,000 men in line. A feature of Tucs-daevents will be the chorus of 3, COO school children, who will occupy a portion of the grand stand on the north aide of the cllr hall. As the parude passes this point the children will slug pstrlollc airs. A question of absorbing interest to A. it veterans which will be decided during tho encampment is the election of n commander-in-chie- f and other o Ulcers. Two candidates In the Hold aro Albert 1). Shaw, of Joe Spratt post, Waterloo n, N. Y and Judge George Rasilcur. it St Louis. "Private" James L. Ualzell, of Company 'H. HGih Ohio, is also a candidate. Other urged by their friends are Col. W. C .lohusoii, of Cincinnati, acting rommaudci-in-chlcand llrlg. Gen. Charles Miller, of Vcnangc Pa. Mc-IClnl- rag" Umlr th .lulrr of thn I'ltm. V lit.lltul of llllimlt. lltrn llrrlil,! In lluM y Chicago, Sept. 5. It was definitely decided Monday to hold a congress of agriculturists In Ch.cago during the progress of tho fall festival nc.vt month. Tho atlair will be held under the auspices of thu Farmers' Institute of Illinois, and farmers from Illinois Wisconsin, Iumb, Missouri, Michigan, Indiana and Ohio will !o Invited to at tend. .Speakers of national reputation will nddreis the gathering, and subjects of interest to the farmer will be considered. The congress will open October 3 and will continue until October '. li A VIGOROUS CAMPAIGN. Tim rhlili,lnr tulvxl Arrhlrlago Itlvrn utl sway. Cnniliil.tluii Mill lie Dlf mill ttio Mllllury Mm In tlia tives aro trying every scheme to get food und munitions from Manila. Daily arrests are made for attcmcts to smuggle contraband of war through the American lines. In ono case a cascc with a cargo of bamboo poles was overhauled, and the poles were found full of rice. Tho Insurgents have a wholesome respect for tho Ilritlsh, on account ol several threats of Itrltish warship tc bombard their towns unless tha rights of Ilritlsh subjects are respected. Two Hrltish vessels, the Lac son and tho Nero, wero driven by stress of weather Into the harborof Dagupan. the northern terminus of the Dagupan railway. The crews were imprisoned, but on their protests that they were Itrltish subjects tho Insurgents permitted ono man named IMwards to come to Manila, promising to release the crew of thu Lacson if lldw ards secured from the Ilritlsh consul at Manila a statement establishing the nationality .of the crew. A similar conccslon was made to the crew of the Nero. Cdwards says ho saw several American prisoners who were better fed than the Spaniards or the Filipino soldiers. Moreover they were not compelled to work as the Spanish prisoners arc. A force of native police has begun to patrol the city of Manila with the provost guards whose lack of knowledge of the language and tho resorts of native criminals had given many opportunities for burglary, an Industry which has been nourishing of late. The new force Includes many members of the old force ami some insurgents who have grown tired ol lighting. It has already done good work in running down native criminals. TlieAiu'rican secret service recently found n Filipino spy In Calamba. lie is supposed to have been tho man who stole four guns belonging to the Wash ington regiment. He offered desper ate resistance to the soldier who w sent to capture him and tried away with revolver shots in his Imp Finally ho was brought down witfc a rllle bullet in tho hip. He died utter jumping from tho stretcher aud trying to run. General Hates, it is expected, will establish posts at Zamboanga and in the islands of Tamthani, Jolo and llongno. Late Sunday afternoon th i Kansas regiment embarked in big bargesin tht river and wero towed to the United States trau sport Tartar, the regimental Bag Hying and tho men cheering am! singing. The Tartar sailed for home Sunday evening. INDIANA MONUMENTS. their antl-forcig- n &HBI Thr Will Jl at 1'ark Htptatubf r lallrtrd Will 11a lu t lilrkamauca ItiUl- - anlaut 1'rairnt Chlcka-inauga f. o - I'lni-oniiln- 11 o Insur-ancc- Fred-cric- Wasiiinoton, Sept 4. Tho and Chattanooga park commis sion has received notice that the state of Indiana will dedicate its battlefield monuments September J0. The gov ernor and his staff, the state commission, stato otlicers, prominent members of tho legislature and of the state delegation in congress, together with a largo company of vcternus, will attend. The Wilder brlgado association, made up of Indiana and Illnols vcUr-buwill dedicate iti monument at the same time, an attendance of 1,500 from tho two states intereated being assured on the part of this organization alone. I'ollraman KllUit br an Italian. Nkw York, Sept 4. Policeman Patrick O'keefe, attached to Kast PJCth street station, was shot through tho head and chest Sunday by Michael ll in Farrelll's saloon, a notorious dlvo in Second avenue. O'Kcefo will die. Farrelll was placed under arrest after a long chase and a desperate fight. In which ho mado further ctforu to do murder. A mob of several thousand people gathered af tor the shooting and mado determined effort to lynch tho Italian. s, Far-rcl- llshuicnt wrecked. Will !trvn a Llfci Turin. Sax FltSNCtsco, Sept. 4. Thomas McVeigh will not bo shot to death but will servo a llfo term In tho military prison at Alcatraz Island, by tho order of President MuKinley. Ho recently arrived here from Manila on the Grant aud was sentein.-- to bo shot to ileijh by musketry for maklug a murderous assau t on his superior otUccr, Cap!. D. C, Wright, of Company G, 1st Wtou ing volunteers. He stabled hi- William Ferric at the pro lidio before leaving for the PlilU( phi uot. d earn-panlo- Injuratl In n saloon Brawl. Chicago, Sept 4. As a result of a saloon brawl here Sunday In which a score of men participated several w era Injured by flying bullets and the vstaU Shot Through the Head. London, Ky., Sept. S. James Roberta was killed Wednesday morning at Dig creek, Clay county, between Manchester and Hyden. He was sitting on his porch, a report rang out from the woods and he fell dead, the shot passing through Ills head. His assassin is unknown. There has been trouble between the Roberts and the lcumcnts emanating from Dreyfus Markums. ;aid that this oillcer left trance two Kentucky Woman Killed Hertelf. diys prior to tho arrest of Capt. Drey- T0MPKIN8VILI.E, Ky., Sept. 1. Mrs. As. Julia Uppigrovc, aged CO, a widow, 1,1 w this evidence is of transcenden- - was found dead early Wednesday Importance to the prosecution, and morning. She and a son were the only it is incredible, unless Cernuschl is occupants of the house. When he proved to be a humbug, that the gov- nwokc Wednesday morning his ernment commissary, Maj. Carricrc, mother's body was hauglng by tho should havo admitted that he had re- neck from a joist within six feet of his ceived a letter from him offering im- bed. Had health is supposed to be the portant testimony, and thrown it aside cause of tho deed. on the ground of its coming from a poThreo Men Injured. litical refugee. The deposition ovoked L0UI8VII.LK, Ky., Aug. St Harvey expressions of incredulity. One suspiCoon was probably fatally injured and cious feature was the fact that although Christopher Kcchtenwald aud John the witness said he could not speak Hickey were seriously Injured in an French fluently his letter to Col. Jou- elevator accident at the Uugby distilaust asking an opportunity to testify lery Tuesday afternoon. The rope was drawn up in porfect French. He broke, the car with the men falling a explained that he had been assisted of SO feet. by his wife in writing the letter. distance touiuromlte frcltlemtnt. This Introduction of a foreigner as a Louisville, Ky., Sept 1. Tho city wdtness for the prosecution gave M. Labori an , opportunity to sub- Wednesday made a compromise with mit tho most important request the City Railroad Co., in settlement of ho has mado the taxes due from 1S94 to lS'JO inclusive, throughout trial, n request which, if granted by long disputed. Tho railway company Col. Jouast, though this is extremely gave a check for S1T7.000, which, with 1'J3,000, paid in licenses, makes doubtful, would certainly havo moThe total claim was 400,000. mentous consequences. M. Labori in view of the his Intention, I har.ed With Astault. ntep taken by the prosecution In callOwknsiiouo, Ky., Aug. 01. Robert ing foreign evidence to ask that in- liuford was arrested on a charge of atquiry should be made through the reg- tempting to assault Nellie Arnold, ular diplomatic channels hs to whether aged S, who had been left in his care, the documents mentioned in the his wife and children being away from wcro actually communicated and the house. if so, by whom. Two Drowned In a Freshet. Viknxa, Sopt 5. The Neuo Freio IJoston, Ky., Aug. Si. Miss Rosa Presse declares that no such family exists as Cernuschl, the alleged descend- Jenkins, of Louisville, and Daniel ant of Servian royalty, who testified at Laugsford, both of whom wcro visiting lieu tics Monday, claims as his ances- near here, were drowned Sunday night try. Tho paper asserts that if his while trying to cross Beech Fork river other statements are equally false he at Cox's ford, In a freshet can only bo an impudent adventurer. Two New Catet Reported. Vikn.xa, Sept 5, Ccrnuschl's real Columbia, Ky., Aug. 31. There wero name is Haducek. He is very eccen- two new cases of smallpox reported tric and some doctors have pronounced Tuesday, one in Adair county, in a " him a lunatic family where it already existed, the other in Taylor county, nearby in a Death of Chief lllark Hawk. family where it had not been. lil.ACK lllVKIt Fam.8, Wis., Sept. 5. Two Stills Destroyed. lllack Hawk, tho most noted of tho Caiilislk, Ky., Sept. 2. Deputy inchiefs of the Wisconsin Winnebago Indians, died In tho town of II rock way, ternal revenuo collectors returned a few miles from this city, aged OC Thursday from Montgomery county, years, lllack Hawk has been where they captured two stills and dein the western part of Wiscon- stroyed S00 gallons of brandy. sin for tho last M years, was always a Taken to the Asylum. friend of the wtes and on several ocfLy., Gkef.nup, SI. Esom Aug. casions prevented tho Winnobagos Zornes, of Three Prong, was adjudged from taking tho warpath against the of unsound mind and taken tc thu Lexpale faces. ington asylum' Tuesday, Honored the IlequJultlon. Illuokhurn 'oin,iiatei Si'iiiNOFini.n, 111.. Sept. 5 Gov. TanMahiox, Ky., Sept 2. The republicner Monday honored the requisition ol ans of Crittenden and Livingston countho governor of Indiana by issuing a ties, in convention at this place Thurswarrant for the return of John llrad-tett- day, nominated Rev.K. II. Rlackburn under arrest in Pontlac and for He berved lu the wanted in New Albany, Iud for mur- session of l, ready singled out foreigners as enemies of the country, and there Is little doubt that foreign journalists will bo the first victims of tho violence of tho mob, not so much Anglo-Saxon- s as Austrlans, Germans and Ilusslan Jews, who form a majority of the press representation of their respective countries. Monday's session opened rather badly for Capt. Drctfusas a surprise was sprung upon the defense in the advent of an Austrian political refugee, Cernuctil. who came out with a Hat footed denunciation of tho nccused which, oven though It may eventually be proved it pure fairy tale, Is bound for the moment to exercise a malignant Influence upon the French people (w t.o have not seen Cemuschl and aro thus unable to form n personal opin ion of the man who launched these direct accusations against Capt. Dreyfus. tcrnuschl'sappearajice is undeniably against him. Nobody even suspects, that he is what lie claims to be, a scion of tho royal Servian house. On the contrary, ono would take him to be a groom dressed in his best Sunday suit. Unas remarked that as soon as he had delivered his testimony and M. Labori had asked to have him put on oath at Tuesday's session behind closed doors in order that ho might be punished if guilty of perjury, he left the courtroom lud was not seen again. Cernuschls testimony, which was lu the form of a .'jcttcr to the president of the court-martiaCol. Jouast, was most unequlv- cal. lie claimed that on three distinct occasions, twice In France and once at Ceueva he was told bv a. hltrh nlneed 'foreign oillcer that Dreyfus had com- t!ranicatcd treasonable documents to a '(feign power. In the third Instanco Ctfnushl said the oillcer showed him Ku-ge- articles, have al- LOU18VIM.K, Ky., Sept 8. Within the pait few weeks thoro has been organized in this state a company which proposes to harness tho big Cumberland river falls, in Whitclcy county, aud furnish natural power within a radius reaching to this city and to Cincinnati. Tho organization proposing to do this is known as the Cumberland Falls Co. The ofllcers arc C. W. U.inta, formerly 0 this city, president; L, II. Morgan, treasurer, and James Callln, secretary, lloth of theso live in Louisville. The falls are 1CJ miles from Louisville. They arc 170 feet broad and the drop is 65 feet A ter the manner in which Niagara was harnessed, flumes will be cut in the solid roeK. Into these the water will drop .5 feet, to fall on a turbine. It is pnwsud to put In some six or eight turbines. These will give not and may less than lO.Otc run up as high as 25,000 or us much as Louisville and Cincinnati use combined. Hotel I'roprlrtur Miot. g IlKNM.iiM'.v, Ky., Sept. 2. A hotel chambermaid was the cnuj-- of a quarrel, as a result of which Alex Fenwick, the Duncan hotel proprietor, suffered bullet wounds thnt will probably result lu his death. The shooter was J. S. liirdsali, a queens-war- e agent, who was stopping nt the hotel. liirdsali. after the. light, gave He said that Fenwick himself up. started after him with a knife and he fired to savo himself. He shot twice, both bullets taking effect in Fcnwlck's horse-power Lexinoto.v, Ky. Aug. 31. W. N. Lane jail here to serve a 'ten days' sentence passed by the Jessamine county court Lane was convicted of carrying concealed weapon and was refused pardon by Gov. Bradley. A atay of sentence for 60 days and a transfer to tho Fayette county jail was granted. Tuesday vol Lane untarily sunendered to Jailer Gentry here. Lane is the man who killed W. H. Kodcnbaugh and his son in an encounter In Itodenbaugh's hotel In Versailles, and, since Nicholasvllle was tha home of tho Kodcnbaugh's, Lana pleaded that ho could not be safe In the Jessamine county JalL is irl DEPUTY SHERIFF KILLED. Ho Attempted to Servo I'apers oil Mart smith In Uay County, and Wat Miot Held ua He Approached the House. horse-powe- r, London, Ky., Sept. 4. A report U current that Deputy Sheriff Lctvls, of near Manchester, was killed Saturday in Clay county. Several weeks ago in Manchester Deputy Stubblefield was shot by Mart Smith. Then the latter escaping capture went to his home and sent word to the county otticials that he would never attend court alive, therefore it would be fatal for persons to attempt to take him. Saturday Lewis went to serve papers on him and ho tvas shot dead as ho approached Smith's house. If this report is truo this makes the third killing in Clay last week. 1 wo l'rltonem Kucjped. Wilmamstown, Ky., Sept 4. Harve Sanders and William McUuire, confined in the county jail in default of 5,000 bail, chirged with criminal assault upon Mrs. Lafc McGuire. mada their escape While the jailer slept they tied four blankets together, mak.? ing a rope, then climbed to a small ventilator shaft at the top of the building and let themselves to the ground by means of the blanket-ropTheir escape was not discovered until Satu . day morning. Less than six months ago John Wade, sentenced to 18 years in the penitentiary, slipped by tha jailer and escaped. No trace of hita has ever been found. e. good-ookiu- e left side. -- Died of lilt Wonndt. IIe.vdkiiso.v, Ky., Sept 4. Alex. Fenwick, who was shoi by J. M. Rlrdsall, died of his wounds Sunday afternoon. A few hours before his death he made a dying statement, which was materially different from his former ones, in that he laid muck . of the blame on liirdsali. His last statement was taken by a stenographer, in the presence of attorneys ami witnesses. The charge against liirdsali may now be increased to manslaughter. He Accepts the Nomination. Louisville, Ky., Aug. SL Rev. George C. Ovcrstreet, of Taylonvillc. has written a letter to the llrown state central committee, accepting the nomination for superintendent of publia instruct. uu, vice Rev. K. O. Gucrrant 300,-00- 0. Friends of Gen. P. W. Hardin say tha statements in the Goebcl organs thai he will take the stump for Goebel ara uutrue. Death of Hon. Leren K. Grtan. LF.ITCHFIELD, Ky., Sept. 2. A tele- bor-dera- u gram has been received hero announcing the death of Hon. Lcven E. Green at Rockport Ind. Ho represented Grayson county In the house of representatives in 1S73, and was in 1ST 7. In 18S0 he was the greenback nomineo for congress against Hon. Proctor Knott The Docket of the Appellate Coart Fhankfoht, Ky., Sept. 3. The copy for the fall docket of the court of appeals has been sent to the printer bjr Clerk Shackelford. It contains 411 cases, SSi of which are appearance The apcases and 29 continued cascpearance docket contains a large number of Louisville cases. - I. v " ' well-know- n Will Not Halld Into Clay County. London, Ky., Sept 3. Mr. J. U, Ringgold and several other officials of the Louisville & Nashville railroad stated to a resident of Laurel county, one who has large interests in Clay county, that they will not build in o the latter county, as hap been reported as being their intentions. Drittb uf Alex Jeffrey.' i Lkxinoton, Ky., Sept. 3. Alexander Jeffrey, founder of tho Lexington gas works and until a few months u.o Its president, died Friday morning, aged S4. c, reprer-cntatlve- . tiled Full of teud. Fulton, Ky., Sept. 1. Nute Tucker, aged 1 4, son of John Tnceer, a merchant of Fulton, was fatally shot in a watermelon patch. He wus filled lull of lead. Ho was with some boys on a 4 IV V. lfcflO-0- der. lark. The Hate Clian.eiL Chicago, Sept. 5. The annual convention of the National Association of will Postmasters,sot for October 4, be hold November 7 to U inclusive at Washington. 10-1- Mieotlnjc nt Cake Waltt. Ordered la I.eive Town. A I rant, Ky., Sept 2. A bold atPauis, Ky., Sept. 1. At lackstqvr tempt was mede to burn Albany. E. II. In a cake walk, Clarence Cunningham, of Little Rock, ami George Wesley, ot Cress' blacksmith shop was fired by the shop failed to burn. Jackstown, both colored, quarreled. Cltirens suspected a yountr man, and Cuiiuiugham shot Wesley t. rte tiou-fatally, aud escaped. he was ordered to leave. "1 .tts..,. '. .- ?riiV"-'i-r'- ' LOCAL NEWS. i SNOW AND FH0ST. .Not Farmers' Froo Column. Dur Going to Build bo This Spring? We cuu furnish you with everything needed to build with . . Baylor's". Circuit court is in session this week Tho onlv way to have a friend is to one. Buv your School Shoes at Klce Among Hid Improbabilities ing September. lit VERY LOWEST PRICES, Shingles, Nail, Builders Hardware, Paints nuil Oil, Lmio, Cement mill Plaster Let its figure with you. Hough Lumber, Dressed Lumber, Doors mid S Indtnv, Sash ntul Blind, L. P. &W7S. Ellison KailroiKl Tiiiio Table. N., 0. & I. St. L. R. It. in in i LKVVES: Train No. M t 9 JO Trlu No 3, t2lU AllltlVKH Train So. M, 7 I Tralii Su, 1, "." m m, in The Flood Level The Government engineers say that tho loveo from Hickman to Tiptonvillo will raise, the Hood ou tho Missouri sido inchf not to exceed three and es ; but as tho Missouri sido is also to lw lovied, this increase will only bo temporary. Hickman Courier. The government engineers e a i the river from No. 10 down to Reelfoot, Tetin., about 40 tnil.e', would bo rulaed about 4 inches by one-hal1 The cautcloupe and watermelon crop in Kentucky this season is exceedingly large, the product or many patches being allowed to rot in the iields, as prices will not pay for shipping them to market. The levee Iward have made arrangements whereby they have secured the opposite shore is not to bo deand the Point Pleasant nied, but that it would jump from gap will bo immediately tilled. This is the gap caused by the lovee caving into inches to feet in so contiguous a tho river. Caruthersvillo Democrat. territory is probably not a justi The Fulton Leader says that Sam liable conclusion. One thing in Kyle, nged CO, a highly respected farmnear certain, however, and that is that er ofbed atMoscow, was found dead in his homo Sunday. Heart his It is the Government's policy to troublo is supposed to bo tho cause of aid in levying the Mississippi from hu death. He was well known through out tho couuty. New Orleans to Cairo, and having Over 20 years exnonenco in re practically completed such work pairing fine watches and clocks. Satisfrom New Orleans to Point Plona-ant- , faction guaranteed or monev refunded. H. W. Buck. and is now engaged in a levee spoke of a weeping The eoinau from Bird's Point down, it is not' tree to bol seen in u yam in Wicklme, to be believed that the short in- as a great enriosity, and tho .Monitor says a tree of like kind stands in tervening gap will not be built. of a Mr. Stovall's store iu Mayiield,mint and Hence, you see the necessity for that at stated times it sheds leaves or drops of water. Tennessee and Kentucky trying Y The Obion river omntvim: into the to get a lovee for self protection Mississippi just below Hickman, is to bo dredged its far up as tho town of Gem. Fitzhucjh Lee has made Obion. to This will give that village an deep water, and will prove a n report on conditions in Cuba in outlut to the shippers of that section. boon which betakes strong grounds for Columbus Critic. reason of snob levee. But they did not say how much higher the water would he opposite such levee, say from the head of No. 8 down, on the Missouri side. There is where the great dumage will result. The country between the tracKs of the Cotton Belt rail road' on the northwest and tho Belmont branch ou the northeast will overflow soveral feet higher, and consequently bring the water to a much higher point ou the highlands in this couuty between St. John Baron bottom and the West Swamp or Little River bottom. New Madrid MiBSourian. That a levee on either sido will increase the flood height ou the Tho busiest man is not always tho best business man. Win. Gardner is a candidate for Muyor-o- f Union City. Don't be trying oay things when you have nothing to say. Tho man who hesitates before to a query is always doubted. Kulton is to have an Athletic Association witli a capital stock or $10,000. Day Fresh Oysters served in any stylo at the new Citv Bakery. Fruit decavs while some women are disputing whether it is ripo or not. Tho reason u man ropes his trunk is because ho has no conlidunee in the trunk hues. You have probably noticed that only level headed people agree with yoa. Cairo is to have a street fair, this fall, far excelling thoonuof last vear, which proved a great attraction. Tho Black Mau'tt burden doesn't cause him to groan any so long as it is competed of watermelon and chickens. Get your eyes, tested tit the Old Reliable free, on Johnson's Opthalmetcr the finest in town. A negro brakesman was killed at Fulton Monday, tho cars passing over his body and crushing the life out of him. Saturday, tho Oth, is tho day for voting in the precincts of tins county for delegates to attend tho convention at Clinton to nominate a democratic candidate for tho legislature There has lceii smallpox in more than forty counties of Kentucky in the past eighteen months. Dr. McCormick, of tho Stato Board of Health fears its spread when cold weather comes. Louisville is plauning to have a big Democratic barbecue on October 10th. and a free dinner for 2.",000 people will bu provided, and there will lw speaking by orators of national reputations. The following gleanings are I'nttti Rev. Irl It. Hk'kn' weather fote casts for September: The first storm period for Sen t em tier lie between tho 2nd and 7th. Look for equatorial Imrii canes In tho extreme south, fnl lowed by much cooler weather. From Dili to l.'lth high tenioera-turand olootrioal Htorins. Danger of frost- n t i in tho Nnrtliwent following up this period. Very warm weather will prevail over tho continent fiom Mill to 2()l h, accompanied by storms anil lioavj' giilon from tho Northwest with probab'y snow and frost iu more uortheily sections latter part of (he period. Unsettled, threatening weather from LMut to 24th. From the 2oth to the end of the month decided storm eon ditions will develop and run their usual course from west to east across the uontlnent. Some sleet may be looked for iu northern sections as tho mouth ueitis its close. o ISHAW'S SHOE DEPARTMENT Is a special line apart from all other We carry Shoes from t'mler this heading will hereafter lw published notices not to exceed rt lines each, from fanners who are suliserib-ers- . who have horses, mules, cows, pro. ducts, seed, Arc , for sale, fn e of charge. A K'MH1 milch mule cheap. cow for cnle and a U. L. Hom:. i'oii nam:. eggs White Cochin Illiniums, chicken Apply to WjkliltK.V W mid Kl.l.lsov. nilf, for ale -- "o w, .liTHiy fine Jersey Milch Cow with young JlllHi II 1'aiuiam - the clieapesl to the highest ol piio.es, guaranteeing full value for every Dollar spent. s-- For Sale. Three good mules, wagon and farm iug implements. Apply to Ai.i:x. Hick, .Mule for Sate. Three good Mules and two harncM M.ires, Tor wile. Apply to .I.no. I). Mavks. A large and varied line of LADIES FINE SHOES About 2r different kinds of Shoos, selling at S).(M) and upward. A line of 1.00 Shoes are selling at wholesale. Ilii) fur Salr. have for side heventy tons of good Hay Timothy, ?I2 00; MUhI, Clover and l'linothy, JJ.(Xi Hum: Hkmiv I t'loer00 IW IM'RKVSKH 'IhoBO DEHAM). closing-ou- t July, 1SD0. over $15,500,000. Rail- road earnings also show a continued increase. The facts nro too Cost. persuasive to bo overcome h in While tho mou aro condemning dividual cases of loss, which can trusts the women nro merrily engaged bo cited at nil times. m canning fruit. They aro taking ad vantage of tho rate cutting between Buchanan who wish to understand the increased demand for ourren cy should noto tho fact that according to bank exchanges the business of tho country is now .10 per cent, greater than it was in 1S92, which was an nil nrnuud good year for business. Tho increase over last year is nbont 40 per cent. On tho other hand, busi ness failures for July wore .11)1 against SS2 iu tho sumo month lust year, nnd 1,130 in 1S9G. The lia bilities of last month's failures fell below five million dollars. while in .Tub-- of last year tnoy were over ten millions, nnd, In r litiiheNeAlra quality Irish l'ota tissot the Carmen No I, New Uueeii and Maiden Thoroughbred varieties In not les than 10 bushel lots at f0e biioli Pure pple Vinegar, 10 gal loU. '.'0c. New Sw w t (lb r bv bbl only, at V 00 ,'imi FOIt Ml l,i:. iMrlMirnl I) W DirKl.SMiv 3 The Racket Sale! Everything Goes 25 Per Cent. Below Coslh 8:s is at LADIES AND MISSES SHOES, that were S 1.00, l.oO, 2.00 and L.rj0,.. nowoOv, 7ie, Si. 00 nml , TOWKLS, 10c, loo, and 20o pur pi'ir. IIOSIC, two pains for Ifio. TUUNKS, $l.a6,unil$l.i0. VAMSKS.MOo, lOoaml 50.5. i the sugar trust mid the independent re fineries. A LUMMOX SENSE tJUEEN. i Wt right-of-wa- y England's Queen has given an other illustration of her good heart and common sense. A few weeks ago she set a practical example to the landed proprietors oi wie uuiiuu rviiiguuiu uy uiiving her herds tested for tubercalosis mid ordering all Infected animals : to bo slaughtered. Tho matter of tuberculous in K. cows, owing to its often STKAW HATS, 6c, 10o, 16c and 2l)c. CLOCKS, 7fte, 8c and Ufa, FELT HATS, 1M2A11L GUei 75: and Si. 00. ! ! ItAHY KIHMON, 10 vnnU lor 2f centh. liUHUKK HON i MUTTONS, 1 iloz. for 2f)i lCLASTlC, 2jo and o yard. HKLTS, So, 0 ami loo. WUITINO i'Al'KU, ioanil I0s. ir.o to 7 60. 1- WINDOW SH A DKS, I0e. . SIIIltTS, fmtn connection with tho sore? disenso among lititnans, Iiim dfad i it n subject for sanitary regubii tion and legislative eniictinentf Penalties stiflicieutly severe to iu sure compliance with tho lav should be inflicted for koeping in? fected cattle, or for veiling the milk or carcasses of such. ,, Science bus establishe i boy out' successful contradiction, the act that consumption is a preventable malady and that it is mowt destructive of all the diseases that attack dwellers iu the temperate zones; It is no longer to be listed among the visitations which an iuvisiblo and superl-tpower is credited with inliictnm. r that were 15c nnd 26c, ..... now 'M! and i(M. Ntiinerotis other Bargains that eannot he tnentioned. Come and In roiivinced. L Racket Store, Ky. Hickman, t t Their Absence Too Mueli for Him. A Kansas young man, possessed of unusual aptitude for cultivating the friendship of the fair sex, enlisted for service, in the Philip pines, mihI after being on the firing due for some time where he saw some very rough skirmishing, wrote back to a friend as follows: dujB I never saw a 'For llfty-fivwoman. Fellow citizens, if jnit want to appreciate a woman get a way from her. Von know what the Creator did when ho perform ed the first surgical operation ou Adam. If 3011 want to know what n grand, glorious, sugar c ated thing a woman Is, join the army as 1 did seeing nothing but from moriiing.'till night. Join the army and loul with men, carry men, shoot men men. uolliitig hut men. Living in u perpetual atmosphere of suppressed piofamty, boot smell and tobacco smoke, and af tho end of three weeks you will be passionately enamored of the mummy or an Kg pi lan's servant girl, and give her an electric al kiss that would turn her thousand yeats of dried hide into tlesh nnd volveted nnfiiiatiou." o an independent government for the Cubans, under an American protectorate. Robert Cleminons, son of Rankin one of Fayette County's richest farmers, is in jail at Lexington charged with shooting his wife. Ho admits tho shooting, but says his wife was hard ot hearing, and ho wiw trying NEAR Sweetwater, Term., Mor- to make her hear by tiring his pistol in to the ceiling. mon preachers were attacked by shoot at her. Ho insists ho did not with eggs. The a mob and pelted The papers of the vicinity have been jwlitics less preachers have to do with tho more spotless their garsupplied with a statement, warn ments. While they should in all cases ing the Mormons to stay away tin exercise their hufl'rngo they impair their der penalty of treatment still more Christum iulluoneo when they undertake to tell other people how fo vote. A severe. preacher is as much out of place ou tho political stump as a politician would be American manufacturers are in a pulpit. Kliabethtown News. pushing their goods in all (linn: says an exchange, More tions. The Turkish government should bo attention, old fashioned say- paid to tho is organizing an agricultural ex uiL'. "Ilo who brum's will carry. "a lllbition ill Constantinople and a man brings bad stories about others to tribute is paid to American goods you, ho will carry bad stories iilwut you This is a ami hblll In flin ntiitAinnn t tlmt ,,,.!' to others'.people is so true itcautious in aro not more ler that rioultural implements of the hues thelr wUll RH(,IIMt Do.t American Biyie win lie uxiiiuiieii litany ono carry anything from you. unu tnat the use oi bucii machine ry and implements will be taught to Turkish furthers by Americans Tub annual report of Hon. , especially engaged by the Turkish custom-mad- e Clay Evans, commissioner of pengovernment. Clommous, I Booker T. Washington, who made a careful study of foreign social condition? during his recent trip abroad, says the negroes of the South are, except so far hh mobs are concerned, in a better condition than the poor of I ranee See Buchanan's Costprices on Duck and - Straw Hats. iH Mm h iBbI vC U H H Ki IFl hw IIb Vlv I Lmw '" iSecaa-- ' CAR OK WE IIAVKJUST RKCKIVKDA I KENTUCKY WHEAT DRILLS, t u t mr- - Washington has sent out uti orEndured Death's Agonies. der to all postoftlcos throughout Only a roaring fire enabled .1. M. of San Antonia. Tex., to Ho the country prohibiting the re ceiving for mailing any matter down when attacked by Asthma, from writes containing the words 'Private! which ho suffered for years, Ho that it his misery was often so great Mailing Card" unless it conform seemed that ho suffered tho agonies of od with the conditions prescribed' d,.t,th, but Dr. King's New Discovery in department order of June 2ild tor Consumption wholly cured him. of this vear. The reason for this 'This marvelous medicine is tho only as order is found in tue fuet t iit 'known euro for Asthma as well and all "iHUHipll0ll coughs and Colds, there has bee of late much oii. Chest and Lung troubles. Price by the IiicIIh ' rjOu uud $1.00. Guaranteed. Trial dependent fusion occasl nurses, bottjea free at till Drug Stores oriiuiuote use of the words. C!ar-rettso- n, The postofllce department at 400 Mens and Boys Suits go at Cost at Buchanan's. lint we are filing- m;!!. If yon need a Drill come anil We also have the Iloosior Drill. Of tin its two yon can finely nothinj; better, either in price or quality HiigfjieH me also jroin elieap We are liere for bnsmesH. and ImsineHs is what we want. If 'price and quality founts, we'll sell vou. m-- sions, shows that duriti" the 3 ear lJoiiM forget we are Agents for tho Celebrated I Vulcan and Oliver Uhilled Plows. there were added to the pen. ion roll 40,229 names and !.' S7( weie dropped. ai.a.'J.I of these l, tea. son of death. There was expend- DIl. S. K. DAVTDSON ed for pensions $l.'!8,.'f5G,052. The annual value of the entire &, 4i Altorney-at-Laroll amounls to l.'!l,(il.,!)(J, Ofllco up Htulrn. Holcombo Buildbeing $010,10(1 more than it ever I OK MAN, ICUNTUOKY was, due to the higher average II ing. annual value of pensions. Tim HICKMAN, EEN.UCKY. role is made up lo 75H5I surviving soldier), 237,115 widows anil Ollliu1 ovor Oowgill & OiiwID'h pen-sio- n w SANDERS DR. -- & REEVES. Si. W. M. BRISHT, aS PHYSICIAN. I lolcombo Ufllco over Wilson's Hmik Store, relatives and (j.l.'l i .1- - urua aiore, ... Building, KBMTUOB", Will practice iu ull Uourlsof tliu Btato HICKMAW, !t niiiiiiiiipm'"-- CSZ&1 r r- - THE FRIDAY, HICKMAN COURIER, ileorgo Warren. J fa'WrW&Wr'tfafa (,'oxej (ops (Jut to .Huiinuoti. u A Mllllonalro l'nrato Soldier. v'J 1 tbOli HICKMAN, : ICY., HKPT a, Local and Personal, Uucftfotful mill are all about you, Open wide your eyes, You hIiiiiiIiI go and do an they do, Tlmt Is, advert No Be Quick! TO GET A LOOK OVER THE Ooxey who led trump iirmy to WitHliliiytoti in 1805, In now nt , the hentl ot a mitiliii,' which Iihh jtist inudo h strike of lend ore that will make Ooxey a imiviiate. He organized r com com-luiiiy- puny ul .MiinhIIIIoii, Ohio, and operntiotiN on the Shop) Creek bo-tiii- n .Mining Co'h leaHP InHt Hprin. Ms Mario lircvnrd spent Monday in Union City. liny your Sinn-saRice & Nay. lor's Oiish Shoe Store. Miss Irene FarU returned from Terrell, Tcnn. 1. t fc AT: Tut-sdn- 1 1 iiU until (Sretin, tin' City liakcry Hum mill. Inliti Ford, of J'uiton, were in tin' olty this week. Ceo, llu'.er, of tin Puiloc.ih Leader fun-it- , ii in town this week. -- Coo. Millet and Will H.indlo made ilytuy trip to Memphis thlt week Mcor, Hnmluraut ami TIioiiiimiii went to Charleston, Mo , tlilw week. Mb1 1'earl Mctiolici1, of Howling tit lit in the city this uek. lnY Fresh Oysters anil Celery L. DeMoiiteourt, of Cairo, is in tills week. Mr. Ed MetSuvoek, of Memphis, wits rccclv-oi- l New Fall Stock - Killtor's AHful IMikIiI. HikkIiim, KMitor Seneca, (Ills.) F. M........ .t....... ,.ail... for yeai-- with Pih-that nodoctoror remedy helped until ho tried Hucklni's Arnica salve, thobest in world. He writes, two boxes whol- ly cured him. for Piles. ifuiimuteed. Only 2.1c. Sold by .1 s s I Infallible dniKKists. . Koscoe Wells Davis, the millionaire sheep man of Wed Texas, rode 180 miles to reach the rail mad station at Murfn itt order to ootne to 3mf Antonio to enlist In the Thirty third Infantry for serv. lee'In the Philippines was admit, ted to Company D of that rel iiienl. and now woarg the uuifotin of the country as a private. Davis has a tremendous etuto stretch '""U ver three coutitips, filled with I housnnds of sheep. He had Honght n enter Roose volt's fam-th,,,, in.Ug," .KU,e.rfl' lint wna rnlm.t. 1"'1 Hl ,llmt ,lme "ecaUBe of a plijs-al- l nml iiilnient. Enquirer. -e !I. Ill Farm for nlv Tlio farm near Hickman, known as the O. W. Powell place, near Dyersburg roan, is oiicivii 100 ucres M c earen, very aw nouses, orciiard, ice. ror nirtnei lniormation, apjiiy to CJr.o. Waiihk.v. nu-Mil- Sowrelurn U rand dully J SHAW'S. Include' tliose of t lie lonjust nml, l)rij;litest lines, tlioe of more modest colors. :is well us I. 0. Ynv Lodge Meeting of 0. F. 12th-24t- Detroit, Mich . h. 1899. the above occas-iotho Mobile & Ohio will make a ono and ono third ' rate on the ccrtUicato plan. tin Ties, Cravats, Etc., Shirts. w ' Mift CO Ai CD a Kuit of Mm, Kuiiiiti Sto-tilimi- t. o o CO CO OJ - Tindny morning, -- Tom Mr. anil Mrs Henry Huchanan homo from Hiitfulii, N. S'., Our liiiu of SliirlH, llio early Fall Styles, ran't Ik; ltiilic:ileil. 06 mMmm foK Eyfcm&oflY 0 hi o tr o CD cr--- o CO of tlin Fnl ton leader is In re this week in tlie of tlmt paper. Chan. W. Mom, now of New York City, lint recently of Clinton, Kv.,Hmut tniver.l dnys In the city tin week MIkm Mtirie Hrovanl, Mu1h1 Uiml. ilur anil licwdu Ciimi leave if Kt lo spend a few duyx in St. Iotil. Miss Tula Emerson, of Columbus, visited Mis Marin Hrovurd, Sunday nml Monilny, returning' liomu by steam-er- . Miss Stella Strong, after sciitUnK neutral weeks In bt Ixmls, tin returned home, iicooiniMiileil by Miss N, C. Ays-te- Lnvcl.iic, resrter Gents' Underwear. A oj of kt fields' Underwear very lull and complete stock' tins 420 Merino to the line Silk ami Worstisl. from W Eh t3 i Union Suits a specialty. Clothing. . CD We are jiixt receiving a largo, line ! CLOTHI'NO', and wilf sell you a Suit of Clothes us cheap as any linn in the United States. Amoti our hest are to he found Stroti'-Clothing, the naino of which is a stilli- Urns' Iligli-A- jt e Talk About SCHOOL SHOES, dent guarantee. I r. Collars, Cuffs, Etc. "The Very Latest," nuns up our .stoclc of Collars, Cull's and All just out of the factory and NEW Novellv linos. with a'hig 'N." AUKNTS FOR filohc Tailoring Co., ,St rouse Hros., Union Mfg Tailoring Co., and Kolin Urns', makers of fine Custom. mudo Clothing. THAT FIT, THAT WEAR, THAT ARE CHEAP SPECIAL VALUES IN MEDIUM I Mkn Llilit. Mai nml Ireim IWU left Tmxlny nlKhl to join a camping party on Little Obion River to upend a Mir4 Wninio, are viciting their Mr. M. Amls'tg's family tit AND HIGH 6RADES, wee. -- Mm Lirlo Hmcs anil daughter, clede. Remember the jc.iking at the court house nest Monday, 'i nVlock, p in , by Hon. Henry I) Allen nml VYnnl end ley, Let every Democrat turn out to hear them Mr John ( hambcrs, of Pulton, master, repreeniK the right unit of tin- - Clrvtilt Court this week, its fonuuaii of tliour.iiid jury. gJW Hil valiirx in School Slioen at Hick ifc NaY(jikV MlwiHallle Comix. vhollvi at the home of her brother, (Jeorxn Comix, in Fulton, atoennily that routaliieil il-Soami came near ilyiiiK from the 1 1 it u relatives, the La- Regardless of tho fact that everything that goes into a Shoo has advanced, wo aro selling GOOD SHOES clieaper than wo have ever ottered before. By buyiug in largo lots, at tho correct time, and from tho right places, us to do this. eu-ubl- t r.v & We fiuurantee Salifaclion to all Ciihtoincrs. Give us a call. Our lino of medium priced SOHOOL SHOES, mado of best quality Veno Calf, holitl leather soles and counters, every pair warranted to wear, 5's to 8, 75c; 8J toll, D8c; U'j to S, 11.35. Made in Kid Button ami Lace same prices, fi's to 8, 7hj ; 8J to 11, 98c ; II to 3, $1 35. B. &HMrrJfoMhMMr TSL. n a it It IK IK WAIK-AMMt).S. Am-inmi- SI3illfe;Vsr-- K Mecliirc for d'eebel. AnlomohlleH It will pay you to seo our stock beforo you buv. Wo cut tho prices. All rijH sewed and soles pegged free I V l'rrurlit-- r J to Compete Ilhtars. J SX STORE, CASH SHOE UwetiKUiru Mev.enniT, Mrx lllnlle Wnrren Murnhy. of Union City, vfoltet. her initio, Mr. C!h) Warren, tills week She w ill mioii move licre her huilmnd, Mr, to St. IouU Win. Murphy, in eiiaml In IiukIiiitwi. It i ii no till when you want fnli ItollH, Hri'dd, FruitH, NutM ami Lf CamlieH. in (50 days. Lender. (Mil lilufonl came Fnlt'in Leader in to day from MailiHinvllle, Tesio., to vUH Iiih Imitlier, H II Hinfonl, anil & other relatives TliU U the llrst time 17 Incii HIKJ- he Iiiim vi hack in Fulton lor fifteen lmineumt"iy alter tno ceremony tnei, puhlio record of Mr. Goobel, from Has tint incest, frf. nr tli.i mini tSIKS. tl.rufi,iiil L ti l Gome and u'et vou one. They ytmrn dining room company repiinil to the , il,,j.m.,a H"ot"',""l w" him am giHxl kikxIs, and so heap. 11 11 KaiiilerH went tip to Hickman. where a dainty KiipiH-- was mtvisI, con- - .,IMI llTc. Illsspeneh opened ' ltl Weilncwluy When he ami Mm. slstiug of cake, ice cream and fruit. were up there recently they left The bride looked chariuitig in a love-- tho u.vesof a number of people Meeting Concatenated Order of lleo lieu. v ilnhs of wlille Iiuli.i linen, elalsniite , who had been misled lv the ma their little ilauKhter, ami it wiu on ill that tlilx trip ly irliiiiinl. and won. a bridal veil fas- of her opposition to C.oehel. 1MI!) h, CaruthcMVlllc DeiniKTat. wax made Denver, ol., Scjit. l'or the alxivo occasion ticket Agents on All M'touri Ji.ivIiik friendx or rela - tho Mobile As Ohio K. U. will sell tick, a suit of looked neat The tlvi tnirieil nt the llniwn tuvu yanl, blnck groom bride's mauls inwere each . ets to Denver anil return tor one faro The p w on the l)yerxliur; road, are eitrnitly plus $3.00, tickets on sale for trams g"S Z v ") jKT reiiicHHd to meet there on Siiltinlay, ilrcssist In white, and carried white and reaching St Louis Sept 5th. (th and The little (lower girls e.icji Kltli for the pttrxo of eleuuliiK pink . tn. limited for return parage to sept. won. while swiss, and carried Isnmuefs I hex, Kiild yanl. Take your Key .... t i i IDtli IMMl. A through sleeier will be nimuOl Willie inn ..i.... pniK .uiiuj i.. KVF.ItYTIlIMJ is uxew, iVo run via M. tc O. and connections to some and nxef ul pnwnts were received. Denver, in which bcrthsc.tn bo reserved Nice and Clean, I by applying to any M As O. ticket Dig agents. The W C T U After the speech of Hon. TIiob. At the residence of Mrs Iou Hynuui, 8. I'etit at HiiMCNiilln the oilier nearUuyce, ICy .on theOveiiliiRof Auj; day, the Methodist pnator there, JilKt, Mr Hov Wade to Mls Hettle Kev. A. O. Harrctt. who hail been Iter. K. A Stuart, otliciatiiiK. lnmiptlv at 7 o'clock the organ jieal-e- l opposing "ir. (loeliel, proi onuced forth tlin wiHldiug inarch under the himself iinreserveill, for the sklllitl tlugerrt of MUs Maud Temple. nominee. Two other minThe bridiuiiid groom entered the paristers of Hiiwesville atHO expreso-ei- l lor preceded by Mlssen Levio Hyiium theinnelvcN in favor of Goehel. and Irene Oliver as bride's maids, anil Mr. Pel tit paid a high tribute t Hynuui and Dolliu May little Hnth to the peiHonal eliaraetor and CamplH'U, aged !t years, as (lower girls Diitu-oeratt- ii mt-lntr An nutomobilo systom will soon ho in operation in Cleveland. It In to be run on sehodnlo time, in Kim IS THE STAFF OF LIFE AND TO 1 competition with tho Htrect car lines. The automobiles will bo covered and heated in eold weather, liaeh will seat about forty persons. It is expected that a number will be In operation with- Bread ntiT. . . Sanders reeves J 'T T S.iu-ile- n m GOOD) FRESH BREADS 1 tiut :s1,,!:ri!;K2:h,,r,lll,i,ium',,?,''-- ' , . ror-e- j,t (lO TO TIIK i vi " Jtth-lilt- Hew Gily Bakery. Bread, Cakes and Pies Baked Daily ! IIAIXjUAllTJJIt Tropical and Domestic Fruits, Fine Chocolates and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, I in-.!- bargains at II. Buchanan's Closing n' nr., I Fresh and Cold ! U's will meet this ove-- ! o'clock at the rcMtlouco of Alxnit Ktmoiillm iiko, two Smith Mi-- Maggie ltamlle A full attendance State en Kenlenc is desinil Delegates to the seltH-luil- . Imitherv, from Lnketoii, at OweuslHiro to be eil to the I'MilyvllleiH'iilleiitliirv for cattle uli'uliiitf ami they iiuiilo their exc.ipc lust week OllleerH followed them with hlood hounili to wix niileri of thi. clly-i- n tlioUittoniKiilMivii here, anil then lost Glrcat- thuiu. They are wanted at Charleston at, for iliu name oIleiiHe. ( oluinlms Critic Sale. niiigat s The W. !t C. T. Cou-veiitlo- n Supply your wants Ssda Water, ' .M.I. FI.AVOIls. OOOOCOIiA, FRUIT NKOTAR, ' i Attenta! AFRESH OYSTERSJta nml CELERY RECEIVED DAILY ! Fresh Oysters served in any style, and Come See Us I at all hours. Telephone. 09. Hickman's Clark In the lle:w.int Valley nelKhhor-IkmhCRUSH HI) FRUITS .She IMilu't SI a ml Cerreiteil. wiih hIioI anil it iih thought nlnht, It i woituili'd and LEMON A I) K. nan! tlmt younj; Tucker with two oilier Mrs, Tilford- - It must have taken ALL AS lKyn were lu the melon patch of a man D.iulel WeliNtera long time to compile by thnniinio orJoucH, and were llreil the dictionary; dout you think so? THEM,' umiii with a shot kihi with the almve Tilford Daniel t Vou mean No.th, COLD AS ICE CAN MAKE reHiilM. Obion Democrat. don't vou? Mrs. Tilford Now don't be silly; A PKKMIf SUPPLY OK Noah built the ark. Brooklyn Life. I I. rui-sda- Nute Tucker, II veai-- old. mm of John Tucker, of (Unmet Itl, and who is the family of Mr Jerome viHitiiiK ost Store. Everything going at cost. New City Bakery. -- lIIOSlMATlS, IOHS - W. R. WEBSTER, DlilALKK IN and Mattings at II. Buchanan's Closing Sale. Jiuy your Carpets WE THANK YOU For your liberal p.ilronago during our CLEARING SALE. We still have several I'll MAII Ikl AND llMvli: K- WIIISKIII!!, When your sweetheart nets Hiiutrt ami eoniiiiuncwt to tell yon all he known just ask him to write the following lh tatiou mill hoo the result thereof : "As yuln-luHiikIi HukIich vi.ts liuwltiK rroni u yow tree, a mini drewwd in clothes of a dark line caino up to IIukIi ami said: 'havo you hihiii my Hwes?' Ho roplied: If you will wait until I how tlil yew, I will k auywhoro in Kuropo you to joolt (or your ww." wlj The nruterr or Woman Was grandly shown by Mrs. John Dowllug of Butler, Pa , in a three years' struggle with a malignant stomach attacks trouble that caused diMrcs-in- g of nausea ami indigestion. All remedies failed to relievo her until she tried Electric Bittters. After taking it two months she. wrote: "I am now wholly cured and can eat anything. It is truly a grand touto for tho whole system as 1 ginned in weight and feel much strong, er since using it." It aids digestion, Improves apiictlto cures (lyppcpsia, ami kIyob now Hfo. Only DOo, Guar HUtoed tit till DrujJ tyorpi, Lozojney (TIIK s Chocolates t I'AMIV M.IDK) SOLK AQKNT KO- "STANDARD" Lincoln County. Big Bargains which will go fer the net 10 days at I0,l below cot. Come at once and take advantage of J his sale. KIJVKNT Dkak Sik: iinuriH I I I'enhody Gluli. UNION UITY. TBNN. Received Every Week & SPECIAL OFFER am enalilod to sell, and hereby ofler you, four full Seven .veur old, Douldo DiHtilled, RYK te o ! nmifi Stephens & Smith, DUUOQJTH. WllISKHY, for $S.OO, EXl'll 10SS PR1CIAI. propose to whip on approval, in plain Muxes, with no marks to contents. NVhen you receive it and test it, if it Ib not eatisfao-toret in n it at my expense and I will refund vou $3.00. Thin is it moat liberal uQVr, utul I awail jour orders, Yours very truly, ma.?&rri -j- ww ij-- Jj fjy-f- t -- y'M vw a. v ujl. . .j&n. ...,,.. "'J, clearly understand my position in these matters. At A GREAT THRONG Senator Goebel Entertained and By Mr. Blackburn Bowling Green. at She Hostile Attitude of Certain liallrosdt and Holler i:tiUlned Malicious An- tagon at of Keutou Arraigned Read and Itccoril llowi.txa GitEEX, Ivy., Aug. Qa The banner meeting of the present camheld was Kentucky in paign nftcrnoou this city this in vhen between 4,000 and 5,000 people attended the speaking of Senator (Joebel and Mr. Blackburn. bctiator Goebel was introduced by Judge Kobert Ilodes and pokc as follows : I believe 'IjAIHKs and tlKVTi.r.MK.v. this place was picked out by Hon. John Young llrown to l.utncu the campaign of the bolters nga.nM the Democratic party. 1 wish Hon. John Young llrown were here today. '1 hero was not a Speaking of John Young Brown Senator Goebel said: charged several days since that a few hours before I was nominated John Young llrown procured tho publication of an article In the Louisville Times suggesting to the state convention his own nomination by tho very delegates that nominated mc. I don't care to add anything to what I said except that 1 didn't get the information from Senator MeChord, who refused to answer a letter which I wrote to hlra When Gov. Drown upon the subject. tried to tret the nomination from the same delegates that nominated me, he estopped himself from complaint. If that convention had nominated Hrown, Stone or Ilardln, I would have been the first to inarch up loud to the footlights in Mu-l- c hall and call upon my friends to support the nominee. "The contortions of certain candidates make mc smile. They seem to think I was running for amusement. hach one thought I ought to havu given the nomination to him. I Laughter. "JJrown seems to think 1 sent MeChord and Woodson to his otllce to offer him the nomination, but Urown can not find a man in Kentucky who will say I didn't' try my very best to get that nomination, and if anybody thluks I will not try to win they arc very muc i mistaken." to nr.ow.x. A GRAND RALLY. Senator Hound Addressed the rat at Danville, Ky. lie Democ- 'I t'.ipln nixt the New Klecflon. Law unit llie ellM.ri taut 11111 lha Speaker Analysed tlm lirjr-Nul- a uf Attorney (irnrrnl Taylor. single free railroad train; there not a single free ticket; there was not n single free lunch to help swell th.s crowd to such enormous proportions but every man paiu his way to come here. ilAI.tO.NKHS AnUAIO.VKI). m.coni). The Bpeakersaid Urown had referred was to his (fJocbci's) record on the silver UIS 8II.VF.K "licfore 1 go into the body of what 1 have to Bay I want to say something sbout certain statements that were made in tins community some weeks since. 1 never assaul ed a man in my l.tu life unless e llrst assaulted inc. 1 ask no etuartcr; i fc.ir no foe.'' Inferring tooiioofiii-- . Krulou county foosljcvte iio.xr.ed out that he liau beaten Ittm in unc election in every precinct and on u t lal vote of 7 to 1. "This in.i'i,'' iem..r ed uccbel, "says ln.vo not c.ianid a particle in 20 years." "If I had been a drunkard and debauchee." sain the speaker. "I, too, elnmged. and would carry would with" me u face Mmilar to a piece of He may talk cancerou bee fs ca. about my oi other. Lu: I never had one in the penitentiary applause, and that is mo.e than he can say for " 1 h-- vc him-self.- " 1"- - . r. m Another opponent fiom the mouth of the Lick ng he c.i.irged witn having demanded money while n the legi.s from the Lottery Co., "and 1 have the original copy of the letter at Movers drew a home." he added. stipend from the lottery company, and his present stand was due to the fact that he ((Joebel) Had a bill passed taking away that stipend. This man had been defeated two years ago in Kenton county by 2 000 vote. He referred to the fact .h.--.t John C. Droege, bolters' candidate for treasurer, had charged this man with attempted bribery, and the latter escaped the grand jurr on a technicality. The opposition of'othcr individuals, he s.iowvd, was due to legislation niFecting their financial interests which he had aided in passing. Along w th these scorching remarks on rurificationhts. Hallam, Myers and Uro.'ge, he said: "There is also W. H. Mackoy, of Covington. He was chairman of the Palmer and lSucicner and the Iiindman committees of Kenton county in lb'JO ariiPlS'JT; he was a member of the bo rd of directors of a turnpike comel the passage of a pany when I law which resulted in cuning its lolls in half and I thereby interfered with his tusiness somewhat. L think you ought o know the reasons that animate these assaults upon inc." As to the Louisville Dispatch and Post Senator tlo.'bel said: "The Disnatch is owned by the L. & 2n Hailroad" Co. and every free cory of that piper and the Louisville Post is paid lor out of the coffers of the L & X." i:aii.i:oads and dills. He dwelt at some length on public acts of his which had aroused the hostility of the i ail way corporations. Senator (loebcl discussed his bil.s He said in explains. oh that the liab lily of the railroad corporation to its employes for injuries in the service should be the sumc as it is to the traveler. If thr ugh the neglect of an employe a stranger is injured the conpanyis renponslble, but if one employe is injured by another in many cas s th company is not respon-sib.'Die liability of the company should ho the same to the employe who hazards his life every day as jt'is to the ordinary traveler. "1 have h'jd several letters." baid Senator Uoebel, "asking mc what was my position with reference to doubie headers and whether I would recotn-nil to the legislature', if elected governor, the passage of a law prohibiting the running of double headers. I want to stutc that I am for a law against double headers on freight trains Lt--t mc explain what is meant by double headers. "It is double the nnmber of cars in one train, to which there are two engines and one crew of men. The employes on the second engine have no chance to escape in case of i wreck. They arc bo.cd up as in a box car and that is why the employes oppose it. They think" their safety outweighs the saving to the railroad company by dispensing with an extra crew. Tnis is the law in tome other states and should be here. If any citizens deserve protection, it is tho railroad Now, if this is unjustiiinolc hostility, I want to confess tny guilt." Senator Goebel said that during the strike in 1S'J4 some railroad men were thrown Into jail, and he was called upon by the representatives of the railway order to defend them at Covington. He not only did this, but also went on their bonds, got them acquitted and without charging them a 'fee. He was glad he hud done that and would do it again. If thnt was unjustifiable hostility to the railroads, then he was ready to confess his guilt. The federal government has tin eight-hou- r employment law, and in the general assembly he made an effort to wuiiro the passage of a law limiting the hours they would be required to serve. "And I um for such a law now," he ridded. "If I get to le governor I ahall emu nue to favor legislation of the Mime character, because I believe 't lb rlgiit. If tlwro are any railroad .nploycs in this auutuuci, I hope they fellow-servant- 's e. m c'm-ploy- e. question. The benator did not like to parade his own acts but since llrown had referred to them he would call their attention to some facts. Ho review ed his reeoid as n partv man, showing his support of Itrynu In lt30, and showing his record In the state senate at Frankfort. Iu the democratic caucus to nominate a senator in lb'JO. withcut solicitation, he had voted for John Young Urown, and In view of that he partic ular regretted Uov. l!ru n's present course. Mi. liocbel said he was chairman of the Kenton county campaign committee in lb'.Mi, and there, in the home of John G. Carlisle, there was tunneled out for llryan a majority that was .lOO votes greater than tliat which the county gave to Cleveland in lb'Ji. The" speaker said that during the IbliO campaign, when asked for u contribution to the campaign fund, he gave ST0O in cash. "I don't know whether any other person in Kentucky gave S700 for llryan," said Mr. (Joebel, "but if there is one his name is not John Young Urown." Applause and laughter. The speaker proceeded into an arraignment of repub .can principals and republican methods. addressing himSenator Goebel self to any discontented persons might be present, that if they found any good reason . the proceedings ,of the Louisville convent on to cause them to oppose any one, for them not to vote for him, but to vote for the rest of the ticket- - "Charge it all up to me," he said. Senator Dlackbarn in a ringing speech electrified his hearers. He said: "Goebel had told them that the fight was whether the Democratic or the party would control for tho next four years in Kentucky, but he asserted that It whs a question of control for the next 40 years. He declared that let the railroads bring out as many bolting tickets as they might, the mind of the public could not be diverted fiom the fact that the fight was between Goebel and Taylor and not between Gobbel and llrown or Urown and Taylor MAKES HER SAD, s-- id. u-iiCAR-RIDIN- G It Mothers Tbelr Small Dor or rolling Thrm About, III-Tre- M la Urea use many little dummies. They usually are very nearly that, for seven or eight years of such pushing and pulling are enough to take nil the spirit out of a small boy unless he has unusual vigor of character. A boy of that age ought to be beginning to look out for his mother and finding seats for her. Occasionally a sensible mother, who treat her boy like a human being, is to be found, and It is a pleasure to see, the two together. Tho boy who is dragged around like a little muff during the early part of his life is apt to come to himself after a time if he is not entirely ruined and then he goes to an opposite extreme, is rude while be is trying and to catabliah an equilibrium, and the mother can't imagine what the trouble Is." jr. French Romance o To-Teople In England" are constantly complaining that French novels arc not what they were, says a writer In the Contemporary. And this is true; the crop is slighter, nnd the quality ha abruptly varied. "Ye cannot gather grapes of tJilKtV8." A few months ago one of the first of French novelists tokl me how impossible he found it to lose himself in an imaginary world while such ominous rumors fill the streets of Paris. The Intricate Chinese puzzlo of fashionable psychology seems, after all, n trivial thing compared to the tremendous issues of reality. And If th author feels this, judge cf the sentiments of the reader! The effect of the affaire Dreyfus on literature has been the sudden disappearance of the the old provincial theme of the married lady, her husband and After a brilliant renaisher lover. sance. nfter occupying almost the whole area of fiction, this theme has subside'd, nnd if people read and write r.oiels still, or at these certain t a rate, the extent, them, noiels, whoi have a any best of ly" different motive, interest, and laHa In the cars, through the shopping districts particularly," says the Chicago Chronicle of a woman, "to see the way mothers small boys. It is an ethical cruelty, but quite ns disastrous as physical ill treatment might be, it seems to mc. I see poor little fellows of seven and eight, nice little men, who would be manly if they were allowed to be, pulled around in the cars, out of the cars, pushed into that teat and out of It into another as if they were so -- "I am alw ays made sorry when I ride tent . . . i DANVIU.K, Ky., Sept. 2. In no town iu central Kentucky has the opening meeting of the Democratic campaign aroused more enthusiasm than in this, the county seat of Uoyle, w hero Democracy is of the truest and bolters are unknown. The Fair Commissioners had made perately In earnest, to ilexlre to b misn special change in their programme understood. Tho rentllrinatloti of the nagive the. crowd a chance to Tlic Younir .tlnn Waa Aruimrd nt th in older to tional platform does not eliminate and itiiKKrullon of I'rrslou hear the two Democratic leaders, and does not fall to Loth recognise and emt noon, the hour lor thu speaking, the KniCiKCiuraia. phasize that we demand the free and ungrand stand, seating 'iSOO persons, was limited coinage of loth co'J and silver, crowded to its fullest capacity, while lie told the shop assistant thnt ho ut the rutlo of sixteen to one, without fu v COO persons who could not find wanted to purehuse souu'thtng Unit watting for tho consent or ntslstancc of nny nation on earth. l.iccs in the stand surrounded the would be'u unliable present for tixoiuig "Wo believe tint the deir.ontlatlon of i peaucrs' Platform. silver In this country .i UT1 was accomOn the tnatform with Senator Goebel ll'b "' s act.ud Senator Uluckburu were Hon. C. The clerk brought out albums, hooks, plished by finud nnd crime, that thefrom C. MeChord. McCreary, Col. It. cold pens and iieueils and rnrd rime. tion was taken without any. 'demandL'nlled or the consent of the pol( of the j. Urcckinndge. "Daddy" Iirooks. of 1...1 fii.i. ..,....,, ....1 to stilt. s States, and we decline to believe that larrodsburg: Judge K D. imams, of leior, have flawed or will How from legisthe young nan nn ni M ernun; John IS. Chennult, of Lin- UV procured nnd bwiutlthil llttlo lation so the new fonfld or nnctnl. of stiltd com county; Capt. Will Curd, of Pulnv sfe'1'""-"solicitude distrust Ut reeoid the enguge- It I county, and "Hush" Cas.. of Nieho- - ta,,,,,t '''" to promote ourniAteri.il welfare, and we deny the right ot tlu llrlllsh par'tn-ineItisville. Tliu speakers were cheered ments rur eaeii iiaj ortheweeK. to pnrtlclimto In the government ot very enthusiastically when they np- "Quite the fail now," he espliilned, an or older on the platform. Itwasncoun- he displayed the calendar. "All the this union, In monetaryrepublican matters. party nrr "The Iisidrm of tho t fair crowd, composed presumably vom, . v f,.,. f tliwu, IIP, committed to a Imnk currency. Not be, ,, men of all parties, but it was a most . ing able to co Into pHrtnt-r'htwith T. ?. VV"".". attentive audience, quick toappuiuii g on the silver Uestlon, and n ' n""''1 every point in in tho democratic arguthilr Inability to cope with the "An engagement calendar," replied question themselves, the republican have incuts. benator Goebel was introduced b the shop assistant. "She'll find It resolved to upiolnt n reolver for the llreekenrlde in money question, and their telling speecli vulimhle " Jcilon for a g.vlng a sketch of the nominee's eour- receiver, not Ir.npproprlately, to lie the "You think she would like one?" lunik of the country. Alt honest mm, , I. forced nsked the howexer, may Ih- - nmated at the effrontery of u mrt which one moment contends Goebel is a friend of tile poor, he re l',hiiH,,"I'm Htire M10 would. If tdie hnnii't on. that this Koverntnrnt la unable to members the sorrows and privations nn Annrtoan flnnneial policy and the of poverty; the protector of the labor- - already." Mild the assistant. next moment the American ing man. the feartes defenders of his "Well, I want to unv to ou that flic. banks car. be asserts that l formulate upon rights he knows the wants of thos. wouldn't," exclaimed 'the Couiig man, nnd carry out a relied aid proper nnattclal mif r knmv ,. who daily toil bring their da ly brem. ,,,,, policy. And we ore at n lows te under tnj ,of ,,, the implacable foe of all who woul- ,H"P, a,ul why. If the banks can be chary! " "'V' "n,! ' MUI,t v"" lo stand this exercise of Rovernmental ower, opnress ihc poor or deprive the laborer with lu has no use for they did not In some manni-- denwuatrnt understand, xlr. thut ot "fair and just wages. In the for the laws our any fciieh "f he i... it. ,.,.. luiii-ries- . ........... author of the,... , now on,i . ' keep niiy calendar. She doesn't Imsr to their limes 191. whentrust vaultsimnicr were thir record of her engagements. famine of siutiiiv .tuuusiiuij; iiiaiiin. gauibllng a felony, nnd punished b This Is the only tpie that she has err burstlm; with the accumulated imn. the there han been nn Irxireun In "If confinement in the penitentiary. Xou been engaged, and any titan who snn world's supply of iiold. uinl If that tnereaa iu the mer.dian of his life. In mom, that she will to ear be engaged tonnwmo hsn In any measure found It tier character, in strength f intellect, in cImIf an Increase In or thnt she has to put it down ml mints, and contributed to our our money he stands peer of his ctiosen profession supply has proof rlly. of KontuckyS juris s am a tablet to remember hax got .to light. as our adversaries state. It follows IBt the Is to that." statesmen. He b.'.irs the commission That's all there we were rlKht In IsW, when w contended of Ik Democratic party as nominee He had left the shop before the as- that the moi.y lupply It Ircreasvsl uouid for tlu r tllce of Governor of Kentucky sist nt had siitlUiently rccoirrcd from result In prosperous times If It be addedg that the scale of Krnersl prices, exellld-InHe i tit fearless uncoiiqucred leader hl surprise to explain. only the cemnHMlltles the manufacture of th it invincible host of free men nnd nttle of which Is controlled b a trust wl o..' shibboleth is equal rights to all, HOW TO HAVE A PICNIC that the scale of cneral prices of nil exclusive privileges to none." other ankles Is still on the detln. and The.o was prolonged cheering and It considered that Tlio.r Who Thl Ails lee Hill If It be further the money powerIndia has ahf'.tts of "tioobc," when Col. Ureckiu-rided of been forced by He Mure l Knjo? (be concluded, Senator Gosbrl said. to k'O to the gold standard, and the bank of Knfttand haa lteen for some lime Oeenalon. "Mn. C :.ii:man. Ladiks andI.i.nii.k-mk.v- : er y nnd ts now making, frantic efforts to If ever a man was confronted from othtr iKiurces a sold recerve for Before many weeks we will wnke up by an audience of the beauty, manIts vaasal, thus reducing this country's hood and intelligence which are char some fine morning to find out that tho distributive share. It must fellow that we acteristic of the people of Kentuik 1 Icatcs on the trees hae begun to are rlcht now In our contention for recogam that man. I wish 1 liau the foil nition of the white metal. 2;4 blush with pride just before bllity to do justice to this oecask uaiaaaai nit tliat summer lias gone. their wo 1 hen "Wc are iontd to a business revival .Mr. Jiryan tolti tlie Ufinoe I'nlird Ktatc and It nreued u" w"' In themakes moat stronely Isacalitit that Kentucky that this contest was tUTer:'" "rnr.,ro.m "" h,m's; our th'. between plutocracy and cemocracy. ullln l ' "o tills or tliat .' I Intended to position. Thnt there haw teen u revival As the campaign progresses the truth all summer but didn't get around lo none will deny, and thnt the revival Is of thai statement becomes i.aily It. nnd now It is too late!" says the not confined to this country onradversarles will certal'ly not contend. Itevlval of more manifest. The great question Detroit Free Press nermsny and Mexico, as , this year is w nether the corporal ons , tn.de In Csnada, , w tl,.p,,jm, of much, well as the United fitatM. proves shall make, construe execute vour ,,e0nt mort' ., ",c t In the for the rr publican pnrly hss nothing in n" m,t ""-"thu', laws, or whether the people of ken- as the parks, on the rhrr common with Germany, holdsIt Mexico up tueky shall rule the state. (App.ause.) lelds exnmple,' nnd till a country places. It Is so a 'horrible of Alaska will not be reestabSenator tiocbel asserted tli.it .n isyo and at near-bportion the result of the national election was easy to set out the Miinmur doing lished on cousinly term with Canada. determined in advance by the intlu- - nothing. Hut it Is bad habit, for The business revival for which so much Is suc, encei ox corporate we.iuu. uu saiu ...i,F, lues ngulu It seems 111(0 claimed Is nsiiKht but the reaction that the same result was sought tho on old story and isn't half so welcome ceeding a world panic and a world famine Hurh reactions nlwaj come, are al next year by the same lntluences and spasare that they had begun their tight already os if the summer hud been spent In com ways marked andrevived sometimes panics modic Iluslneni after the in Kentucky. He pointed to the act plete change, this Is geiiuliieold-fnkli-tha- t or 'S7. but Mr. IStdtnont, the executive i.ead lonrd picnic season, and the plenlo ride'TJ, M, nnd as well as remember waves ebbing the flowing tides, of the Louisville and Nashville rail ought not to be despised. Nothing is so Tho the the falls ns evicompany had notified the pic delightfully iihconxeiitlonul; and re- dencerxtJtenee of the revival road f.tct that trade wilt lo establish proy of Kentucky that his corporation continue. Proper conditions nre poses to contest the result in the state laxation, of course, is the busts of rvst. to support nnd maintain I!, nnd an Hut It Is a great mistake to think that Increase In trade requires nettnh!y an this year. "llefore this campaign U c!os"d," a picnic Is not a success unless the en- increase in the medium throuch which ald he, "you will sec the railroad em- tire party Is roused out of bed nt sun- trade Is carried on. "Concede, however, that we are Increns-Jni- e ployes of the state marched tlir"Ujh rise and the lunch big enough to feed a our so-of money, admit that the the streets of your cities for poll t regiment. Quantity there must be, of want to course, for eicrylxxly expects to eat too balance of trade will continue In our favor effect as they were in ".'0. and will continue to supply to us a balance .McKlntr's eiptlailsm. taynvtord right here to the rauru.id In then, r.ny reson why men. In 190 the cars of the worMrg-me- n much, but more than anything else, thisgold. Is there, net Mr. McKlnlcy eunnot ntTord lo ha country may establish and mainwere reached through the pub.Tc hae the lunch a dainty one. Ono an American monetary policy? In otherwise than optimistic. It Is his war. press In the shop anil in anv way tney doesn't mind n grasshopper or two Iu tain undeveloped country' money Is re- He embarked the country In It without this ;ould be reached and workmen were the leinonnile or family reunion of quired to establish, as well ai to carry consulting either congress wr Uic pco told if ou vote other thant the 1. nub ants on the cuke liutlf tlieeandwlehrs on, enterprises, nr.d If money must l . 11, i If Interest let It be pic. The, acquisition of 'the I'hillpplnrs ' '" J -- nj other borrowed nnd pntl must tetopaid. returned wns his Itlen, llu Insist) d through hi an'd that'Vs a threat " ' "T he here, I mils In tlu unm ifilnrru nrn tif without decrease ncnln and np.iln into docile agents anil brokers In I'nrls t HAI.I.OT WII.I, UK Hr.CIIKT. r ;" .""..?"" . .."..- "-bour the and to le used "Tlic ballot ought to be secret under even a picnic appeiue win uc sauaiitxi. sRalnflell ofagain activities further develop- upon the surrender of the Philippines In Ihe nnd I want to say to our present system. ment and In furthering the prosperity of by Spain ns the condition upon which WISE ANIMALS. jrou that under the provisions of the he woulil agree to make peace with the 8Jr own country. election law and under theadmlnis'ra-lio- n "The silver question ts not dead, nnd oaa Thai Seem lo. Do Home Tklak- - tt't men cease to think, till the American latter country, although nothing of the of democr.it, no railroad lobb. ut, people are wtlllrff to take their laws from kind was stipulated or c.ren hinted nt attorney or agent shall know how' tho Ibk IVlira They Gel Into In the protocol, Ilrltuln, till the republican party Itather than nils vote of any railroad employe Is recordTrouble. that not the existence hut the dis what he must have thought ut the time ed, and tho democratic party of Kentribution of wealth makes prosperity, till was n line bargain hu agreed to pay tucky will stand by Its own. No A naturalist found nuts were agricultural classes, to shall be permitted to make any dovourlng the skins of black bird speci- ease a comes wage the paid to tlie mechanic Spain $20,000,000 for her title, such as till fair li some railroad man's ticket and thus learn and till confnt nr.d romo to it was, and lo take the chance of lick how he voted. I can only repeat to mens on a table, so he made tnr circles those who toll, until satisfaction silver Is railroad men the advice Uryan gave on four plcers of paper and put one un- Its proper place In the colnsge restored to Ing the Filipinos Into submission. How the demoHo said: 'Do whaterer der each leg of the table. Ants will not cratic pnrty will stand by the Chicago many millions In addition to the them in ".wl. paid to Spuln hnve since been may be necessary during the campaign cross tar. Pretty soon he found the platform. "The money question Is not. however, expended In the vnin effort to protect to protect your wife and children from nnta busily at work again, and, looking the only Isstis In this campaign. Every privation, but when you go into the the Spaalsh title by war and bloodshed voting booth vote your true senti- at the tur circles, found each one was thing, from pine Innds to peanuts, from the; American people do not know. bridged by bits of sand whleb the cleier steel rails to sardines, from straw board Cheers nnd applause. ments.' to sugar, from tin cans to tobacco, frdm llaltlmnre Sun. anU had brought in from the street. KU.NP. COItltUITION crackers to chewing gum, hns been orOn one occasion, owing to excessive Senator Goebel said that Democracy ganized Into n trust. The (tiestIotiH which split the rewould be called upon to battle treheat, one of the combs of a brchlie be"Not only nre these aggregations of publican party nnd drmc Its great men mendous corruption fund. "Wc know," came detached and wan In great danger wealth Intended to control prices and to nwny from III11I110 were not so mosaid he, ".that tremendous sum were of falling. The bees nt once set to work bent down wages, but In politics they mentous ns nre the questions which are contributed In '00 by corporations, and and erected a shoring pillar butwern threaten to affect our liberties. "We nre Informed by the contributions were roimbunoi by the cudnngeird comb and the one next publican, who professes an enlncnt re- driving gmtt republicans nwny from to know his own McKlnley. The Issues which drove having delegated to them power of that no political government conferred by tho people to it. The pillar braced the comb and business, tho trust question. Issue can bo of tliouiands of republicans way kept It fiom falling. Then they rebuilt made of It Is Ineffectual? And why not? from Hayes to Tilelcn were ns nothing upon unworthy officials" neeaui Hccnuso tho Senator GoelMl's prediction of the the wax cells, fastening the comb to tho state cannot control Its crentures? compareel with the epicstlonsof certain readoption of the Chicago plat- nail, and afterward removed the plllur. these giant corporations havo too In the mciintimt', only folly on the part form nnd tho rcnominatlon of llryan soma much power? A Capuchin monkey was given was loudly cheered. "Tho republican party Is In power In of tho democratic party can keep tha to "Neither in the nation or th state walnuts, wihch he tried was crack with tho state nnd nation. Why does It not, pcoplo from turning to triirilcuSoeroey not strong Instead of denouncing tho trusts on paper, as u refuge from thu dangers which can uny man strike monopoly m tilc his teeth, but found he enough. He then sef.ed a stone which prosecute them In the courts, nnd why threaten their country, And the demowithout incurring "its fiocketbookThe mendacious and was near h, held the nuts on the docs It not hold up the hands of odlccra cratic) national convention will be held vi iou Uryan in ".Mi were ilu.. to ground tvith one. hand and used his who try In this respect to do their duty? in 1000. I'ntiglikccpsle attacks Is not nil this In this and I feel justified in saying hat stone humiiitr with the other, with ex- nut bo expected? To lino with what was to bo consistent must in some degreo my cac in the present President McKlnlcy told ihe pcocellent results. Other monkeys have not tho republican party favor the mists? campaign is similar. will tin you To pay a debt of gratltudo must not that plo nt Ocean Grove Hint there Intel been ot my acts which certainly strut... been seen to utUUs nutplcks. borne party bo for tho trusts? Must not that doubt expressed In some ejuarters tut to monopoly in the pocketboos You party, which favored a tariff to eliminate competition so that tho favorites of the tho purpose of tho government reshall judge whether these acts constiIlous Hrosvliia Weaker. government might plunder tho pockets of specting the Philippines nnd tuted nn justifiable hostility on my Kipcrts agree that the life of a dog tho people, bo In favor of trusts while they snw no objection to stilting it Hint ho part or whether they were the proper there. tako tho nets of a public servant having tho in. Is shortened by close breeding mid ex- against pcoplo by tho throntH? Is Hnnna "Pence first, then, with charity for nil, tho trusts? Carry tho news to hibition, and thnt wc are gradually ruintctcsts of the people lu view." Monnctt. Hnnna against tho trusts? In nn established government of Inw nnd ing dogs that will not be so TIIK I1H.I. theso Inttor days do men gather grapes order, protecting life nnd property nnd of thorn or llgn of thistles? Senator Goebol reviewed his long as the semlulld mongrel types. occupation, for Hie of tho "Wo charge that the trusta of the counfight against tho railroad cornonitions try own this administration, nnd thnt their people, In which they will participate! Frankfort. When ho told modestly at neat of relearnpli Wlrea. lltlo to It was acquired by purchase, and under the stars nnd stripes." In other but forcibly, how he had exhibited Scientists say thnt telegraph wires until Mr. Hanna Is dethroned wo Insist words, It Is the purpose that U10 Philhostility in securing tho that contlnuo as to ot railroad employes thrown In- arc better conductois on Monday than be In tho trusts will their property now ac- ippines shrill tint be liidcpcnnentnt nny possession no In Covington for technical vio- on Saturday, on nccouut oi their Sun-- quired. Tnat the' of to jau trust can bo controlled time, htittiull remain "under the star, rest. . , lation of federal Injunctions during by the states only, and not by the Keueral and stripes." Indlnuopolli Sentinel. st anti-trus- the Pullman strike the hpplause which DEMOCRATIC DECLARATION. had been frequent and literal reached a perfect storm of sound. Iu reference Mnila by llan. William T. Mooiiry, " to his bill he said: Tempiirarr C'halriuaa at the "The railroad employe who risks his Ohio Stale Contention. llttlo for a small reward should stand on at least as good a footing before the lu his nddrt-s- to the Ohio democratic law us thu tramp upon the highway." stato contention ut .r.ursxlllc, August Applause. Senator Goebel analyzed the "key- 30, lion. Wlllluin T. Mooney, temporary note" of Attorney General Taylor, chairman, In the course ot his remarks showing that its .statements concern- knld: ing state finances were u web of petti us to "There will be fogging deceit, and that tho Kepub-llean- s the platform declarations ho contest party which our had violated every specific promhall make. Thire Is no difference ot opinise made during the campaign of IV.W, ion, The democratic party of Ohio MJvU He assailed the hypocrisy of thu Renqunrcly upon every plank of the Chicago declarations, and plutform of ISM. We believed It thrfi ami publican nnti-trucontrasted it with the abso utu refusal wc believe It now. "The people who sent us hero do not beof the Republican officials to enforce lieve In a doublo standard of democracy. t laws or enforce anti-truIn 1KS9 the test wan: 'Are you loyul to the legislation. platform?' and thut Is the Ohio test "Tho party In Ohio ts too thoroughly IT IMPLIED TOO MUCH. honest, too completely convinced, 100 des"fellow-servantto-da- y st Tit-lilt- s. ex-Go- ,. 1 &! un,ivt bliss-Inc- Kng-lan- 11 nt d - ,,, ,. ea-b- Ku-ro- recoK-nliln- - In-C- 11 STpUr ,og - ln ' . - .,,.,, -- I r - . ;, liar-lan- suit-pl- " j . j '"' n'rt ,.i, ti y ' 11 u-- i necee-nar- k government, Is a matter of no eor.sejuene to ut. If they can bo controlled at all. the republican party h nt fault Bo long a the attorney iteneral of tho United Bute Is selected nnd Inducted Into office because lis is trust lawyer, und 10 long s an attorney general of tho ntuto of Uhlo ts retired to private llfo because fc has undertaken In this respect to enforce the law, tho republican party must fall In Its declaration that It Is opposed to trusts. "Wc charge that tho republican party, ns at present controlled, stands for, If Indeed It has not alrcMidy entered Into, an nlllaiivo. The democratic puny has no desire 10 adept for lh t'nlted States, upon any subject of governmental concern, nny but nn American policy. W4 havo no desire, wo perceive no necessity, to aid llrltnln In the maintenance of s Hrlt-l- h policy anywhere, and with full c In the strength of our cnuse and country, wo usk no aid from llrltnln In maintaining an American policy anywhere that It Is necri'siiry or desirable to inula-tai- n one Wo adhere lo tho Monroe doctrine. Wo are loyal to the counl ot Washington's farewell address We nre not prepared to accept the ancient nntar-otilam- s of England a our own, nor to participate with her In her t:rw found hat or cnvien nnd nt this Juncture, when England sees Its power sipping away and perceive rt with alarm the great advance, ot Herman manufacturr In (ho wor:d' trnde, we have not discovered ar.j reason why we should side with Englsrd and oppose the advance ot Germany W: n oppose the alliance: we would equally oppose any other nlllarcc, nnd our motto will continue ta he. in the future ns In tho jat, 'one flag, one cour.tr nnd one allegiance ' "In condemn!: the doctrine of Imperi' alism, we In h luannrr uband n our dl'rs In the Held. Hut at Ihe Mine tin: when-va purse-proutrust coat rolled ndmlilslr-tlodares array our flag nt lighting for Ihe forces ssalni't a rlnht te rule themrvr. when, ever the sum total of a ptnple's eifferd-InIs that they desire to lie fre. H will Ik. the duty of the demoeralle tc he brae enouah 10 expose the to tear the mask from the covered fact of fraud and greed and avsrlre. aad pw t elatm that the recognition of such a for sack , purpose la un American p U In) to a clone. must "We proclaim that there shell I r 1. neath our flag no slaves, 110 aukjecr. r,c colonist, who cannot t eltlirns, aid, -I w I late, we proclaim it now Cmnir-ela- l empire muat not be place'. tef-rprinciple. Ihe doctrine, the rerHtRltion ot which made us a great, free people, m mt not be Ik mired, departed from or llmltvl and we prates eur lasting adherence to ihe doctrine that all mea are created free aad equsl. "We alarm that tl war la thr ThM n- plns, as at present conducted. I' ore ol criminal aagresaloa. arc! we fln-- "oiVff, In the situation the sdtn'.nl.st ration occupies than Ihe one twrupPd ly Spain In the Philippines lfer the etirrend'r Whatever right we have were required by purhae frnm VpMla, our right a no hUhet "We declare that while no has been made, the fart l that IK administration It tend te ho'd ihe Is'sndf as a dependency, that ta prne-Mt!nol the war is a part f a political aeh-w- e aad the gnxernmeat of those Island U to be used as a manner of payment for polities! ervlr. The etvll service Is mt tended to apply "The importance of the cnrrpalgn year must rot be undereailmafd This li IsrglBatng the triumph th f isc for demoeraey's eauee and d irocrae)'i CBr.didjte: tl-- e leaaeei nr mad up of thi people's Interests, ami the preri 's lnemelenels and Wurur The questions Involved are th hope of the people for the future, the po'blllty ot their prrarperlty. the maintenance of hli lltstrtles, the extatene of Ihe fundamental prtBrlp'e utton whieh this government li The name of the candidate for founded. Ihe presidency next year appear In the resolutions of eery convmtlntt held I r the democrspv this eor In th state of Oh'o, True to the people. devotd la their Interests, gifted with wtdom to discern the right, ard of eSvjience ant courage lo declare and defend It, th of every prlnelpt declared to lis democratic the uncompromlsleg foe to all ' l,et Interest, at variance with Ihe the unquiSitlonisI leader of a reunlteil de. mocraey. his name trembles uron yrurllp. and trust and confidence n hts honesty and e parity abide la your heart, an Ideal candidate, stro-gin defeat than his op. ponent in victory, he Is demanded by tb democracy of Ohio and the democracy of Ihe country ns our standard-heare- r In 1M4 William Jennings Uryan, I'mlrr the banner of the democracy we enlist with him ns our leader, and this day's work wi'l make nn appropriate nnd fitting beglnn'mj for next year, when at that great tribunal ballot-box-tof the people's wlll-t- he error of IKM will be corrected nnd the and unjust Judgment then rendered will be reverafti." 11 Anglo-Americ11 Anglo-Americaer n Ood-glven 1 ,rtr rln4 -- e n t' admin-litratlon- ixd er hl 1 11 i, 1 lr-rowe- d, " " I " "" :v v recoc-hlz.- -. ,ob-byl- ts $20,-000,0- him-elre- 11 lie-cau- ss ut-o- New-J'rcs- 1 FKI.l.o.V-Si:iiyA.N- T long-live- d well-bein- g re-le- aj l"." tt sr- - (.! ssn ",ijfto.it c,taf4?v'T,)r-'- ,i . ffv & wry-- (va IIW. Jp- - pr pJBpi V gf !jMl rijjBMBgBBMWBHuPgHg'f mi- mn j '? ",,W-'f,?y- - "PprW- jfy tur - ? Fy t fyrL:"T'-yjTH.jiwffqWT'- ia SSPttvJt''E THE GRAND BRACE PARROT FISH. OLD FOES VATCH EACH OTHER. Tha Glnaior of Iiiiprrlullam lora Nnt Uoverniiient It- I'roelnninlloa aaA NsvtbJoi ami Mokla Hllll Kaaplna; at Pathetic 1'len of the Illliuloaa Reaat Tkt Characteristics of Osc fltrlkln- ' Mlalead Uu- - Lew! Guard Their Ancestor! Estabof tlie House Next I'ruec 'I'liroiiKli Nub- Tank of lr IMsplared IB the Morn Ins, lished :I00 Years Ago, Jtiltallun. the OUicra. M'KINLEY'S POLICY. - WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY. llt-nd- GROUPER AWD Auii-rli-ai-i. of Agrluulturu WUnou Iium In lila Rpcech at Ocean drove Mr. Mcreturned from a iirnIoiijrd tour of tliu Klnley gate thin brief definition of what t of the vent, uml vlii'orii tlio he called "the president's policy in conliy iiiinouiiclnj,' tliut hu "did nection with the Philippines:" uotWirt im untl' mt of hlciiifo." "Pence llrst, then, with charity for nil, There lu no i'.iliii)iitli)ti k'lun of iuiv cntubllHli u of law and onltr, lii-iir- C untl Ik mnnugctl to mut throuli no mini Htatvit without ti mil tig wi-hUt- feat. Thut lils e.)urit'iiec wn iinlqtiu irny bo Judgtd from the rendu of mi Inquiry by the l'nrm mid Home, on nit'rUuttural jiiijmt publUlicd at hjirliintleld, Man.., and Chicago, III, The ji.ijur U circulated in the funning region of the writ nud south, Uu the tut of May that Journal irui,iotiiilitl to Um reader u herles of ten Uchtlou, all of tlie in Inuring on our new national problem, except one nit to whether United Slate kctintors klioultl be elected b tlie people, luk'.ng them to put their ivpllek on jioMiil tunl. It recent )y jiutilltlic.l a Miuinmr. of the '.'1,000 ieplle which were reeehed. Of thin large number about ten per cent, came from New Knglnntl, about "i from the middle Mnten, nearly 40 from the central wcit, mid the rent uluioM djunlly from the Mititli and the l'liclfie eon hi. The Ural win.: "Should the be held In Mihjectlou to the , or hhoultl the. 1m? allowed to form no Independent gotrriunuit?" The mower from each of the ft tc Motion of the country were largely lu of Independence, the toluU footing tip 12,150 for Independence, to S.410 or fculijectlou. The mnjorltx wui tlll jrreuter for Cuban Independence 1.1,10!', On the in. ngclnat 7,302 fiirauuvxatlon. other hand, a lare proportion fntor the until Mitton of Porto Itleo to the I'nlted a ngalntt G.004 for ltd State Independence und 1,740 for it unncxit-tlo- n to Cuba. The grru'.tat unanimity and emphaI waft noted on the eoinprehrnlve "In general, ihnuld the I'nlted State adhere to or depart from lu former policy of nou-- l lit erferruee with nation beyond elt hr ocean ? There wrrc IS, OS I repllr. In fator of mllirrrncr, na 4;alnt only 3,fi!7 lu famr of the new ijut-Mlo- ii I'liitt-tlKtntra- Itiiper.altHiit from went c Chicago liae lain ht'unl elvnr to tin Atlantic count. Mo do nqt for a moment doubt Unit the neeretnryVi ctntvmrnt Ik exact, and tlirrrioro it it. the morn wonderful. It wait n remark-r.bl- e "u'tof untl of Chicago," Iicciiiim' he The Bermuda groupers nre so called on account of their habit of grouping There are plenty of fishes together. Hint on occasions by accident or design muy come together skic by ride, or in sonic other regular order or formation, (irulvctlnK life und tiroperty, and occupatotion for the of the iicotile a but there ore few if any that get Kovcriimcnt In which they shall purtlclpatu gether as tho groupers do. In the tank under tho Mtura and Btrlpm." of groupers ut the aquarium, says the He prefaced this declaration with the New York Sun, these Ashes may be seen, assertion that "our ilag docs not mean half a dorcn or more of them nt ft time, one thing lu the I'ultuI States and tin ranged along the glass nt the front of other thing in the Philippines." Ihe tank, heads all to the front, and Our Hag In the I'nitcd Stales mentis with their bodies lapping one another "government of the people, by the peo- dlugonnlly with uniform regularity. ple, for the people." Docs it menu tills Sometimes at feeding time they stand, in the Philippine;? or rather suspend themselves in the waAt home our ling means "govern- ter side by tide, in a uniform rnnk, ment with the consent of the governed." heads up, near the surface, and wait Arc wu asking the consent of the Fil- there for the man with the food, whose ipino to "establish a government" for step they may have heard on the platthem, as the president puts it? form buck of the tauks. At home our Hag means "no taxation A curious illustration of the. fishes' without representation." Mr. McKln- tendency to group was shown in anley purposes to tax the Filipino. Does other way. Into a tank in which there he menu to give them representation In were two parrot flshs there was put a grouper. our congress? One of there parrot At home our ting means the suprem- fishes was not feeling very lively; inacy of the civil over the military power. stead of swimming around it lay on the Will It signify any such thing in the bottom of the tank, over in one corner. Philippines for years to come, even after Just brenthir.ff and taking things easy. the Inhabitants have been subjugated i This wns the grouper's opportunity, The most that "the president's poli- snd It stretched Itself out on the botcy" promic, after "occupation" b. tom of the tank right alongside the parour forces, is a government established rot flsh and as close to it as it could get, by him, through military power, in and stayed there. which the inhabitants shall "particiAill-bcln- 'o fit-.- or 11,-1'- jiic-tlo- u: dii'mtch brought new that the trouble in the the Philippine would It ended In a few tiny, it mi month before the ad-iUnion iit mnde that the Philippine war wn a really erlou war; before the wo wede protett of the agnlnat crnwriVp, ihoulng that the o Und in the Philtate of affair ippine that it .. feared to lei the American public know the truth; the ntlmlnUtrntion pot rid of the Iueiwpetent Alger and drafted the energetic Itoot into the enliluei; before it w ct.ufeifcd thNt lui.fWo troop were with Aguli.aJoVi. tieeery to cope orgun of Imperial-Imi- i force; before the bewail tn admit that theeoure In the Phfllpplue wan n iiiitaUe from the beginning. Then the mnjority ngHlnt impOrlnllkin wa pretty large, although the project Iinil not jet lost lt original luoter. What would the majority that afIm tonlay when the bad me fair are in I becoming' more and more wpparent? What will It be next November? What U November, IPtKJ? Then nre practical iiietIonn to those whose only chart and coin'W It popular approval. The people w ho respond to lhee(UcMion. are emphatically tue jdaln people, whne oplnlont after nil liape the coitrn of the gowrnment. The glitter of Imperlollun had not drawn them nwny from the tiatlonnl ideal In May. when the brilliancy of the project wan the grcntcM. Now. being t ripped of when the project It tawdry cmhcllixhmcnt, and Hand In It rrpuUivc nnkediie im a war of conjugation. It I not likely to innlce people almudou the constitution and the Declaration of Independence. L'tlca Ohcrwr. In May, when chi-rrln- departute. That. War In nilud, warn straw tnVen eiry n lorre-pondcn- U -- lie-fo- re I OPINIONS AND POINTERS. . The atnle elections the coming fall may throw much doubt on President McKlnlcyV lenomlnntlon. Milwaukee .lonrunl. The repiiblicMia nay that the democratic party Is divided nbout "cardinal principles;" but they turn ccr color of the rainbow at the mere mention of democratic harmony to upset their rntento predlctlonn. Albany Argil. President McKlnley In a lire talk hnn told the American people that ho wants pence lu the Philippines. All that he now ban to do Is to olllelall communicate thN news to Agulnnldo and IiIr wish will be gratified. Kansas City Tluiei The campaign of next year .lll turn not upon tho currency ipicKtlou, but upon the unfaithful, unpatriotic nntl dishonest ndiiilnlstrntlon of William McKlnley. No amount of lying nbout the attitude of Mr. 15rynn will nvall to change the situation. Chicago Chronicle. PrcxidciiMcKInlcy'B little splutter nbout the iTng is Just it IndecLslve nml ineanlngles iih other Indication he has ghen of a policy toward our acHo It: simply at ?en nml, quisition. 0 rifting, taking icfiigu behind (lag rhetoric and. glittering genernltles. rittsburgh Post, An olllclal organ of the administration admits that the Philippine will not moke their report until after they have returned and been informed of what tho president wants them to i port. They will then make n report lu accordance with tho Fyracuse Instruction. -prrsl-lcnt'n Tele-Cra- There ana parts of rural England where they still sot aside a day for whipping dogs. Dog-hipping day is October 18. Then every boy in the neighborhood Is privileged to arm himself with sticks and lushes nnd 1eut every dog- he meets to his heart's content. There are different stories oa to the origin of this atrungc custom. In Yorkshire tradition hss It that a priest, when going his rounds many years ago, dropped the holy water usad in communion aerrlce. A dog thut happened to be near by swallowed It, and was promptly whipped for his gulttony, and In commemoration of tills event it has been deemed expedient to thrash the entire PECKSHIFFIAN PALAVER. dog family on this day throughout the succeeding years. In the vicinity of MeKlalrr's Hypocritical Manchester the tale goes that the good of IIU lhlllpilBa futhers In a certain monnstery used to I'oller. et platters of food outside Ihe gates It will doubtless amuse tha wearied for the poor pilgrims thut infested the cynics of Huropeun diplomacy to read country nt certain seasons. On one occasion a dog, whose stomach wag probingenuous President McKink-y'that he proposes to subju- ably empty as any pilgrim's ever dare gate the population of the Philippine is- be. very reltishly nto the food himself. He was caught in the lawless net of the land "for the and to rule thorn by foreign flat "with and was whipped soundly, and his crime nud its punishment hnve been olinrtty for ail." This hypocritical cloaking of the real visited upon his descendants these many generations. Intent of conquest under names is a feature of Slrslco and (he Ynqnla. which has long been abandoned by the The struggle between the Ynqul Ingreater powers of the old world. It dians and thv Mexican government hns In the eastern hcniUpheie, had its .possessing certain temptations to tic been inevitable ever since the construction of tin-- Mexican Ccatrnl railroad novice and wielding n certain li.ilu brought civilization within on cary enee over the minds of people who fhrnnk from robber,) nt the outset. Hut march of tlie YuquI territory. With it was iv shci.lih subterfuge, wearing the extension of the nren of gold dist could not threadbare In a very short time, and It coveries in Sononi is now regarded abroad as the garb ol be loner averted and it will have a melthe "cheap man" in world politics. II ancholy Interest In history as probwill be Imposiibtc for the president ol ably the lust stand of the red man ot the United States to assume it with dig- this continent against destiny. Tha Ynqul is not as nggressive or nsilood-thlrt- y nity. as the Apache, but he is fully powers ol The big Kuropc I'ownda.v ure- frunk In thefr de- is impervious to civilization and quite spoiling of weaker nations. They seli as good u lighter. foreign territory with a candid acIllreh WoimI Imported for "pools. knowledgment of the fact that Un posAbout 10.000,000 feet of birch wood session means to them a widenitigol will be sent this year from Maine to their commercial horizon and i Kngluud uud Scotland for roooU. strengthening of thrlr militant power The of the proplCr .vhoii THE MARKETS. they subjugate is not pleaded theJi Sept. reason for vnni'ucst. They do est pre? 2 si a 3 7S tend to )ieiid the conquered race' necl I i H 6 io Select buieher us OMI W light to the yoke "with charity for all Yoi CAL.VK-F- lr W) 3 2 UOOs Co.ire nnd houvy don't hear them tnlklngnf "benevolent iU 4 l Mi nil p.kvl.-ft l M 3i u .iVsimilntiou" with an oily whlr.e wort.wht siupiiert o 3 k 3 Si thy of Mr. PeckinllT. I.A.MII "nrlnLit. 10 i 3 iV 4s 3 ftl Presldsnt McKlnley should br mori ri.wUK Winter patent UKAIN Wlirni lit manly In his declaration of purpose, ill & ox N J net ((. 31 i cun No. 2iiiUcd should say outnlght that lie proposes tc . (c z:h hold the Philippines because the world Na-u Ke 10 00 &10 iv hungry truMs to whom ho is subject HAY I'rtnio lo choice, & M demand the Philippines as booty and I'ltOVISloNS Mess Pork I.'fnl (t b 10 ry plunder of war. There will be no nil lii Cuo 'fr dltional danger to the president in mak Al'l'f.KS-co- rrvatiicry fmu-I I ro Choice to ing this acknowledgment. Tlie peopli l'OrATUK.S-Pcr- bil 131 ul already recognize tlie fact as the conChicago. 3 50 O 3 I'd trolling inlliience behind the prrsl ri.OUK-Win- ter intent . Wheat I.". dent's uxpanslon policy. St. Louis lie IS1.AIN 3 C'nlcaifo No, .' led No. mn. 31 7J. nrlnir .... - pate under the stars and stripes." However benevolent and beneficent thlsMirt of gov eminent for the Fillpluoi may be. It Is not the sort of government that our Hag menu In the I'nlted States; it Is not n form of government recognized In our constitution; It Is not u government estnlilUhed ornuthorieo by congress, but is directly contrary tc the letter and spirit of the resolution adopted by the senate after the ratllt etitloii of the treaty with Spain. It i in fact u military satrapy that Mr. McKlnley proposes government bj proclamation. One of Mr. MeKJnlry's predecessors In the executive olllce got Into no end o( trouble by proclaiming and defend-j,- and endeavoring to enforce what he culled "my jKilley." Is not the Incumbent of the white house following Y. World. the same llneV-- X. DOG-WHIPPI- DAY. Tlie Navojos and the Mokls nre ancient enemies. The Xavajos stalk the plain, wide scattered. Tha Mokis huddle on the point of n precipitous mesa towering a thousand feet above the red desert. Inch by Inch they cowered before their persecutors through a hundred yearn until nt last they built their village of on the heights four centuries. Though bitter foes, the Navajos peaceably visited the Mokls ecry altcrnutc year on the day of the mystcrlona ceremony of the snake dunce. Three hundred summers ago, so runs the tradition, a Navajo boy while watch Ing the dance fell from the brink of the mesa to n mangled death on the tumbled rocks far below. And every second summer since, when the visiting NnvnJpHcomcon to the mesa they stund, now in groups, now slngl-- , at the spot where tlie boy fell and gore down from the heights for hours at a lime. The Mokls believe 'the N'avajoa arc only waiting a favorable opportunity to pounce upon them nnd avenge their clansman's death. Ilecent visitors to the land of the Mokls say that on the day of the dance there is always n Navajo on the point of rock gazing stolidly below. Uehlnd on the pile of the village and outlined against the sky Is the solitary form of a Mold watching tho Nnvnjo intensely. Uoth were standing the guard their ancestors stood through 300 summers. to-du- y One of the Bohemian citircn of the town went home the other night alter having donned a pair of skates thut would have slid him over an Arizona detert with the mercury bubbling out of the top of the thermometer. He had no recollection of how tic got home, and even the next morning he was not certain whether he was on a storm-totte- d Atlantic liner or making a leap from a balloon minu a parachute. He went down to the breakfast table with enough wet towels wrapped around his head to make In wife met him a turban for the tnahdi. with ri'proachev in her cye, hut she did not scold him. She wanted to inform him of his I conduct the inclit before, linuevpr. .... . ".Sly dear,' Hie said, "did you know that you came very near killing us all when you went to bed Inst nmhtr" "Nope," said her husband, thickly, as he felt his hot forehead. "Well. VOU dill. Ynii Vnnrlcrd nwp i baby's cradle. Then you blew out the gn and we were nearly asphyxiated. What do you think of thatr Her htuband is usually a resourceful man, hut the fume, of many cocktails taken the niht before somewhat clouded his intellect. He made a grand brace and tried to look pathetic. "M'love," he said, as a ray of impiration burst through his foggy brain, "wasn't 1 here to die with your Washington Post. 1 1 fel .."...'.:.- -- r- rjraavraHu: The debilitating drains and discharges which weaken so many women are caused by Catarrh of tho distinctly feminine organs. Tho sufferer may call her trouble Leuchorrhoca, or Wcalcncss.or Femalo Disease or some other name, but the real trouble is catarrh o the female organs and nothing else. radically and permanently cures this and all othet forms of Catarrh. Itisn positive specific for femalo troubles caused by catarrh of the delicate lining of the organs peculiar to women. 1 1 always cures i f used persistently. It is prompt and certain. Pe-ru-- ,. . . has the power to oothe the nerves. Hut the quicket way to cure nervousness is to itrengthen the nervous system. We know of nothmit which will accomplish this quicker than Hostetter's Stomach Hitter. His the one medicine that is successful above all others in the tieattnent of blood, stomach and liver disease. Do not take a substi tute. See that a private Revenue fctatup covers the nick of the bottle. Some Music for Nervousness. tcientiits have claimed that music Warn Bar la Allowed 1 Strtloh tn Holland Aa oi Caatosn. Ettrr Ca THE BUTTERFLY. Mather t'sea the Dim n from Her Bo4y la Make a Nest for Her Yoanar, Then Die. There is something really pathetic In the way a mother butterfly builds a nest for her children. In the first place the little home where the eggs nre deposited represents a great deal of sacrifice, for It is lined with several layers of soft down plucked from the mother's own soft body. The eggs, having been laid carefully upon this luxurious, pretty couch, are protected by an equally pretty coverlet mnde at the tame material. These butterfly bedclothes are often arranged with an Intricacy that is quite curious and perplexing. Sometimes a bed is made so that each separate delicate hair atanda op right, thus giving the entire neat tha appearance of a little brush of downy fur. Then again the eggs arc laid spirally round a tiny branch, and as the covering follows their course, the. effect resembles the bushy tall of a fox, only the nrst is more beautiful than the "brush" of the finest fox that ever roamed over country. The building of this downy nest Is the lost earthly"" libor of the mother butterfly, for byUie time It is completed her own (UMfte body Is denuded of its natural and there is nothing left for her to do but to die a sacrifice which she promptly and heroically makes in the interest of the coming butterfly generation. -- Irony. "Did ye ivcr notice a mon from St. Louis!" inquired the janitor philosopher. "Will, il Up th ye didn't it's worth yer vvlioile. boulevard lie struts vvid hid ilevated. thor's a big commotion an' he's lifted off his fate bv an autymohile. He pick himsilf up, goes home an tills his f rinds th' hortehss carriages av Chicago are run by jackasses; but thot th' jackasses are insoide. Oh, he's a bitter lobster." Chicago Evening News. Sud-dinl- Hoaaa llaraloa To the North, West, Northwest, Southwest, South and Southeast. Selling dates: August 15th, September Sth and 19th; and on October 3d ana itn, lbrj, t one tare. iiui fJ.UO to authorized points in tne states'. Alabama. Arizona. Arkan sas, ilntuh Columbia, Colorado, Florida, ucorgia, lovva, inuian .territory, luanu, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Qlinnetota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Manitoba, New Mexico, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Oklahoma, South CarolinsSouth Dakota, Texas, Utsb, Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming, Washington. For full information and particulars as to rates, routes, tickets, limits, stop-ove- r privileges, etc., call on Agents "Dig Four Route," or address the undersigned. W. 1 Deppe, A. G. 1 & T. Agt., arren J. Lynch, Gen. Pass. 4 Tkt. Agt., Cincinnati, O. toi-owi- Seekers' Excursions via "Bis Four Hoote." The microbes that cause chills and fever and malaria enter the system through mucous membranes made heals tho porous by catarrh. mncous membranes and prevents the entrance of malarial germs, thus preventing and curing these affections. Pe-ru-- "BIG FOUR" "Be Sea Level Route" TO NEW YORK. DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE. WAGNER SLEEPING CARS. DINING CARS. . s Guest I well-bein- g feet. "1 don't Waiter What What He Had. have vou cot? Ie got liver, calf's brains, pig's Cnn't Succeed. . I50ALLH, E. 0. XeCOIWICI, President. JUsl Pass. Traffic Mre WARRKS J. MMII, QcnL 1'a.ss. & Ticket Act, (Jog, want a description of your phys- ivai rviuiiauin. iiai you nnve uoi to eas is what 1 want to know." Uoston Traveler. g Innd-frrnhhlu- g Some men are so deficient in the elements of success that they would never set the world on tire even if the world were insured in their favor. Detroit Journal. S3&S3.50 SHOES i"l'N complied Vlr-I- W.L. DOUGLAS a Worth $4 to S1 other msket. Indnnect by over ndlt 1,000,000 wearers. ALL STYLES d.-i- STILL RULES THE WAVES. Ilrltannla, Otvna Half the Tann of the Wrld In Ships and and Fever Is a bottle of Gitovr.N Tasteless Chill Tonic. Ui simplylronnndqulnlnein u tasteless form. No euro -- no pay. Priee,r,0e The Men I rrenerlptlon for Chills tlnrle Sam Is Next. e thei-onille- kind-grabbi- - well-bein- g s-- .V MVKSTOCK-CMUlccouim- on, tofc-ixx- J . r ul A .' 4 MIKKl'-Cltau- tVI - NO Nis-in- Ojis-No.-- J bonst that "Ilrltannla The rules the waves" wns never more Justified than It is Figures in Fcllden's Magazine show that tho entire tonnage of the world in ships xciounts to a round totnl of J7,GT3,5L,S tons, of which enormous uggregnte the United Kingdom and her colonies own rather more than or, to be precise, the immense and overshadowing proportion of 1.1.0SS.50S. Deducting from this lutter totnl 1.QC1.3S4 owned by the Hritish colonics throughout the world, the United Kingdom possesses no less than 4 tons. It is indeed a far cry from this predominating tonnnge to the second biggest, which, It is hardly surprising to learn, is that of the United States of America, and which figuresoijt to'.',4GS,-3Stons. Germany takes third place with tons, which thus follows closely uK)n Americau heeis. AH probably but those w ho follow maritime affairs closely vvill learn with some surprise that Norway easily occupies the fourth old-timto-dapub-lUhc- d Sort of "Short Deek.w The boss dynamiters of Japan are Pak klad ut leuber, Catalogue II Free. Ki Yank, Pak Chung Yung and Pak Yung IV. L. DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. Brockton, Ml.s. Hyo, and they are a very bad pack. Baltimore Herald. To Care m Told In One Bar. Tako Laxativo Bromo Quinlno Tablet. All druggists refundmoncylf It falls to cure. Sc A Hoston paper says that about 300 women have been licensed to preach. The rest have not taken the trouble to get a license. St. Solum. Take na iajtltutt cUtmed lie as pwil. I.arce.tnmktri to of M ind I.1..V) (tiori la th world. Yuur dealer bouMkrtp thrm If not. van will leadjroo a mlron receipt of price. Stat Ue anil width, plain or cap toe. TiitcrvmK i... n. ud prlr tuap4 ALL LEATHERS. l.d.I, s3esss remlnlne Rxhortatlnn. INCH ESTERji (QTAlpeVt: Said your name and address on: postal, and we will send you our 156-- x page illustrated catalogue free. 176 Winchester Avenue, WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. New Haven, Conn.;!? one-hnI- lxui Republic. 12.S2G,-0"- "Oh, that I should have married a funny man! she wailed. "What is the matter, lovely, dear" asked her most intimate ,mawi "t.n rtimn nnmn nni rm.i n.n in tin.. a sure way .to keep jelly from getting moldy at the top, and when I asked him how, he said turn it upside down." Boston Traveler. m m .in 7 2,433,-33- 4 everal dollars worth of old clothes that are good but soiled. Dye them over with Putnam Fadeless Dyes and they will be new again. Only takes one hour and they will not stain your hands or vessels. You have 5sN?5XS5XS)(S "Who was that ladv you spoke Willie "That's the lady "that lets my ma go out any afternoon but Thursdays and Sundays." IsoAton Transcript. to?" Tommv I can recommend KKADKUS OK THIS 1'Al'KIl DKSIIUNO TO 11UV AXVT1IINQ ADVKUT1SKI) IN ITS COLUMNS BIIOULl) INSIST UlON HAVING WUAT TI1KV ASK 1011. ItliKUSlNQ ALL SUBSTITUTE OH IMITATIONS. lll"TKIt-tturroiiul- place. public. uiln-itc- s' ui Hope springs eternal rn the huuttu NKW breast, nud President McKlnley has t I 'M)rit Winter patonlVOWC. 3 6) breast that Is u perfect hotbed of tin WHKAI'-X- a '.'ml ' misuil feeling. Put even in his case we fimi rOKN-N- u. JiYK It hanl to believe that he still cherJshei g 7 A fond hope with which he was sc 1'OKIC Ne inus, long deluded In regard to the speedy I.AIMl Witlvrn HAI.TIMOICIsubmission of Agulnnldo. Vet ri.nm-F'uiii- iiy 3 2. fti In Washington that the president still UKAIN Wiient No. 3 red t? hat fond expectations on thN point and Com Mixed 0.its No. i Wlifo V tliut they have been rcUndlcd through Itvc recent advices from Manila. Surely by CATTf.K-Kl- Nis '' "iKterti rsl uuallty this time he should have leuincd that HOi;. VVotcrn INDIANAPOLIS, when a Manila dispatch, whether it Sied. coine from Gen. Otis or one of our CHAIN... No.Whent-v'oin- Mixed Philippine commissioners, talks about . 0.iu Na 'i inixid,, the collnpsc of the insurrection being I.OUISVIM.n. 3 45 Ct 3 .mtcnt near ut linnd the proper xfjily, ex-s pressed, of course, in more eourtcouf UKAIN Wheat No. red.... 71 O Mlx.-Com :4ij. Cl.it Mixed 22 r.a phrase, would be "Oh. boslil" We wish I'OKIC Mv tt o we could take a .brighter view of tho Ut. 0 prospect of the Filipinos' uurrendcr, but common sense and recurrent disappointments lend to the conclusion LLLbLhLLLLLLLLLLb th:itvthc war will outlast tl'c rainy season. Norton Herald. Son.o of thu .epubllcjm Journal nppenr to hnve discovered tliut Mr. Mc Klnley has n "Fhllippln; policy." Summed up, the policy, so far ns Agulnnldo Is concerned, is "Take n licking To cure, or and look plcnsnnt." St. Paul Globe. l.AlUl-atemn OAT.--MD.- Tii.t Hopeful, COUS No llAlh- - .Nil PlIUK .Mo i 2 7 a !S cd 111 -- tla-ysa- -- Na '1 sumption to sulierers from Asthma. K. 1. Sweet Jjmrotlir. Tovvnsuud. Ft. Howard, Wis., May 4, "J4. A pretty story is told nt Vienna about bo Archduchess Valerie, joungest daughThe car conductor's motto is: "Let us the man who cannot ter of the emperor. It seems that when put off till t'ured. No finer uer t- traveling the other day from Lin to pay to day."-- L. A. W. Bulletin. 0outnrktterttritua uoofllr Kllue'a (irsat Nerrn lle.torer. S3 trial bottle and trritl.j Vienna hhc noticed on the platform at Unit's Cnlnrrh Cure H'l I.lnz n frcfl. Ir lt.ll.KI. INK. I. id ArchSt..l'blii . I't. schoolboy crying bit- Is a Constitutional Cure. Price, 73c it. 8 HI JO A. N. K.- -R 1777 ft terly. She had the conductor bring the lad to her compartment and, (hiding Men are never so good or bad as their WHUi WKITI.NO TO AUVEUTIMEltS please atale thut you auw the AdvertUe-aaeQ. 3 M that he was proceeding to Vienna, to opinions. Mackintosh. la tbli pit per. 3 attend his father's funeral, she Insisted 'dJ4 t 2 on his traveling with her. paying the DR. MOFFETT'S Cft -- TP 1 Re,.(nowBishoD)JosephS,Key, difference in his fare, as he had only a ffi&M ' h ' t " Wrolel "WsiriffjourTIIETIIl.M to 1 JJ (Teethinz Pomlem. to our III ties ticket. During the trip she rv- Krsuilrlillil nllli Ike liapplr-kdevoted herself to the task of comfortitiuanil rertalnlv more 3 W ing him, telling the boy, among other Iral iathriilurr Toalhlnrr 7U tin HV.l6Cining DnaJar. .A Wk thanrroiuin)thn;Tierfer used." rOWCrS.) I ft, T0H things, that she, too, hud suffered much Costs only 25 Cents. Ask ywir Druggist Tor it. from the. loss of n fondly loved parent, t who had died suddenly In a foreign it. M C. J. MOFFETT, M. D., St. Louis, Mo. land. It wa only when the boy reached Vienna nnd was leaving the train that he discovered that the kind lady was 07 ja lib Archduchess Valerie (3 21V Fiso's Cure for Con- CARTERS INK HM dTO II & at -- 1 ITl third-clas- HJj TEETHINA - t .17 M ;Mlir "'Ziv'tV'1' ri.OL-H-Wlnt- M 71 d SI 2.'K r 25 LAKU-Me- aiii Spanish Queen's Charity. The queen regent of Spain recently Inherited a inre" fortune from a bachelor, Alexnnder Solar, and has given $000,000 of It to charities. Wo doslro a llmltod number of trustworthy, onorcotlo men lu onch Btnto. To nccaptablo parties we will pay a rotrular salary of fSIXl Y DOLLARS por month. All applicants must furnish reforenoes. This advortlaomont Will only appoar In this Isauo, thorofore nddross at onco. J. H. CHAMBERS CO., St. Louis, Mo. S60.00 PER MONK money refunded by your merchant, so why not try itT Price 80c, i?jgf.WgiaWal rv u- t"5 -i JOII.Y lt...U'LKAX. Coillioil com-pctilor- I'lMKTtMilllUH. Sopl (MKKYINU THE WAR INTO AFIMFA. lr' ducted wholly in the interest of the public. Th.s newspaper now Intimates that it is possible to have too much of a good thin;, and advises the trust promoters to give over their activity for the present. The warning comes none too soon. A smash is about due iu some of the highly watered "in dustrials" which have growing competition to face. But the con ccrns which will collapse are precisely the ones which did no harm because they ore not monopolies. The real ironclad trusts of the Standard Oil variety are iu no danger of competition nor do they fear the law, as we have seen in In other Ohio and New York. words, a trust which does not en joy a substantial monopoly Is in danger. The simon pure (rust is perfectly safe. It may rob right and left without fear of competi tiou or Griggs, ottorney general. The little fellows will get the worst of it. ns usual. COKE OF THE TWIST EVIL. a-TJ J3j 33 Two Orav Mures, 15 hands high, four broke, and will wtlrk hpeech at Georgetown, has yours old. "will It II. Hruvnrd, for Mind Hen, 10 18 his STON'K WORK of nit Kinds, For fail her particulars liitivwhere A 70 J. A Nomina, dieting prloiirr.i, .1 M curried tho war into the laiptibll WlTTINtJ, to IRON l'ltttolNU,&r.,&ii. il.e Uliy Ulerk reported Urn ruilowitiK can cump Hiflmaii, Ivy S. I ti to womo purpose by remeeting; checks hud been lulled since I Jirx r5i cTom 01llnn,jr., for utreet work for viving tho story of their tognal .3i-.rfvaM! C'onii' week ending An. liUili, 'M 00 failure in tho management of the indebted to 13. A. All per-ou- s W. L McCutcben, foralrrel work are notified that they must ;ouie for week ending Sept. Sid, 35.00 penitentiaries. forward and M'tth Delays are tlauCO 00 Tom Dillon, jr., lopiy on gravel, Prison management has ulwajs gerous, Verhum Huiiicuti 100 00 J. V. Cowglil, to pny on gruel, been it matter around which senn-dai- s , ' which, on motion, was approved have gathered, not merely iu Ou motion, check for $1 87 was ordered ; to mule in lion wnru llu flupst mill niOMt I'Oli. ifHiieilu"e-mc- K. A. Karri, miatiikenud Loitn this state but almost everywhere. on UtitldlD his During the long period of Demo vincing that were printed in the sliurcs cratlo supremacy in this ntnto, Hie Blacksmith and Undertaker If, upon exuniliiHlioii of (be Superviscampaign, and McLean and hi' made all possible for lS'J'J. no ralso appear on li.'publinuis pnper have ninee that election ors' rport aseanment of (I. II. Walker, n check capital out oT itlledgcd misimin to strengthen the par- tbe 75 KUNTUCKY. done much HICKMAN. ImiipiI to him for ngemeut for of the penitential ics. He announces .Hi) n cents Is ordered ty organization. K A TIUAI. "lien jnii HHiii on I of error Iu cuppylug the AssesThey miked and wroto no much Ins continued devotion to Bryan sor's book. In about this and kindred subjects VI HU kuittilit il'iti. r p'oliilly llir",lnihig Chits. Shelby having nmde complaint Wm(oii Ne and doclnruH that no other will lie ' kcrp 4 full Iln' ii mentioned for President by Dein Ihnt his rtjsessnifiit for 18!)!) wus made on that some people were persuaded Hots, in (lourle) 'h addition, instead of that a change of parties might bo 1'JOO. s oorata in '2 lots owned by him, on motion, li is dibeneficial. This rendered all the Mcwers, H; &c ami Solt'l HUrk rected that the Ciiy .Murshnl examine the more striking the speedy and Coniiiiiin Ttiieert'l, l'KO.SPKCT. THE TKL'ST -r wlilrh cmi be j WhIiiiiI CiIIiik mil tur, hooks for IbOS-'O- 'J and see Ihnt the complete breakdown of It'epuhii-ca- I ti'l'il til1 'a ''Tt im'itv "t t rraon- - Mr ('all mill look at '!'. ImplemeutH before btijiii. omount of hi ussessmeui the present management. That the trust business is being year shall not exceed iho amount it was uhli- - price. llh'iaIt Is unnecessary to repeat here overdone is evident fiom the ap- Usl year, and to collect the taxes on same J"H. J'h"!' "r',r ' V, JIIIIS0, .... II. T. TW.KIt. I'rr't. C. I. IIOMOHIIK, 1. frf.'t. tho reports and figures offered by prehensive tone ot a New York amount. The Stipt. Water and Light plant tiled Mr. George, which were, publish I newspaper which for several ears report for August: the ed in the Connor Journal. They has maintained that trusts are 151. follonins iu treasury Aur. 1st, S'JlIiUiO show beyond question that not institutions, con Ain't collected daring August, philanthropic 1MI.30 - On the first ballot, with nix It) l lie race, John K. u. Loan vne nominated lot Oovfitior by llit' Ueinoerntu nf Ohio. Thin was nut unexpeoft d. It Iuin been manifest tor weeka that the Ohio Democrat 8 would ehooee UeLean for their lender in tli jear'n en in paign, and their prefetenoe In tho matter given great taii8faetnu to DetnoutalH In all iartH if the country, iloliu It. McLean i one of tlio fow very rich men who l u remained HteadftiMt in Mipport of the principles nf the Democratic party. In 1890 his great uew paper, the Cincinnati inquirer, wan a tower of strength to Mrjnii and himetaliNiu. Th.editi rialn of the Knqulrer on the, silver qtien- - THESTEVESTAB.'flirKftl I.ivtrv ' Hiipporters of the Demo Council met In regular sealon lre em, Mi jot Dillon, ('ouncilnieii KllWoti, cralio ticket have been so busy ami )htI. Wenrn, Cow tf meeting tho uttuokN of the L. & Tlio ruin lilt' of the lust inerting wrro N. ottppoiters thai tho Republirertil, approved it ml signed Tlic following account were presented, cans hnvoenjojod the benefits of properlj Hpprotfil and lgnii: comparative Immuully. Of ctituse 0. F. Horn, for linllii(f, S l ", this was understood not to last. Sinilerii I'd Iteee, luwii mower, Tom Dillon, jr., removing liorup Commissioner Henry George, in ! HO rack,- ko , 1 1 IIickmin, Kr., llli, 1MI0. The and opposite K. H Surreys, Buggies. Horses. Are., tor hire, livery accotuo , datum given Your patronage solicit-Below DetK)t. Keeps '' V''A NliilHf. caH 1 MARBLE WORKS ITAIII.IHIII'.l) (SlK.raitir til II lHrt.n, I 5D rl TOM DILLON. t Sr., Prop'r. ItalUKfC iln il, ed. Horse for Hnlv Marble and O tip-ll.l- G, anite Uonum'ents x ir v. , . lt l' Irani it f - Hiokmnn, Ky. Hoi-comb- e O- - nsr. HCEHiivi Aont tors, One Horse Cultivators, One Horse Harrows, a. f, Oliver. Hickman, Kentucky, Solo j for Vulcan Chilled Plows, and Dealer in Disc Harrows, Disc Cultiva- plVm na rriir Undortakor' Goods Buckeye Binders and y Rakes, Porks, rl-BJJ- .-- -.. for mouth of August, showing thai he had collected laies amouutiug to $2,707 So, for which he holds Treasurer' receipts. The City Treasurer presented the following report for month of August: GENERAL rUSD ACCOUNT. only did the promised reforms not 418 60 materialize but that a most scanAro't paid out during Anoint, '2il 60 dalous state of affairs followed the c limine of pnrties. The RepubliHal. iu treasury, Sept. lal, 19091 cans have had their inning in State Tom Dillon, Jk , Sttpt, control and have failed to score. The City Marshal presented his report Courier Journal. 1KLLOW YOt B HKI11ImIicmL .. ANK ICKMA2T U HICKMAN, KJaNTUCIIY. km i'MiMint:n Hitnkint' Paid To bal. per July report, ' am't paid by City Clerk, ' nin't paid by Oily Marnhal, Uy checks, Sc, paid In Aug., two Southern cities. At Key West JS cases h vo $ 609.86 been reported nnd there have 41.40 been a few deaths. In 2Jew Or1010 CO leans one or two cases have do .19S.35 veloped, but business is proceed408.70 ing ns usual. iu nppearance Fkvkr I has inado Us In ihr TWICK tii l JOt.'KNAI. piihlliht-i- iiinllly. an in nuy both Iu ipulii) nnd COUKinit HollcltH otlirr your business. We offer the most Liberal Aoeoinmoilalion.- to our (JiistoiiieiH CoiiHiHtent with Ksiiihllshcd I'rinolpleH. A. IIOI.CO.MHK. J. NAYLOIi, V. H. IIAlrZKIt i,. moOUTohkn. m. h. hiiaw. iruii.i $50,000.00 Caill iuirn tio.ooo. MM&. 104 Papers One Year For 50 Cenls. of mutiT (Ulllc. inl the riiii th nupcrior ol nil oilier i:iprr. It prinln iiintler, inare rct uew, more 4001I cl in li.T. TY.hKIi. 0. .r. v. cowrtiiiii, w. Hal. to credit WATKR this account, ADD $1,789 06 The TWICK-A-WKH- K COUIHKIl-JOUIt-NA- I.tailT ACCOUNT To am't paid in by City Marshal $1,10.H 07 A Moil of over 100 men broke up a Mormon meeting in Stewart UK I KIA At!i'A-TirM:K- W lly oxerdrafl tail report, Hal. to To Uy ..111.29 1,057 38 credit this account, COLL to UOND ACCOUNT. am't paid by W. H. llaltier, ?1,200.00 K am't paid out in August, CITV 'M'S 20 Bal. to credit this account, IIAU. ACCOUNT. 83G.80 County, Tenn , Wednesday night. .Miss May Hardin was killed by n bullet intended for a Mormon el der. Baston Winston, n young fanner, confessed to killing Miss Hardin and overcome by remt rse committed suicide. ' I tii: K.O :. 1. ( O iiKATi:it goml utorle. thii tijr other, ! ilfl Weilnevlaj nnil Stlurdvy A irootl coniroinlon to sifrnl Snuptr copies (rer more on application I Write to L COURIER-JOURNA- CO,, LOUISVII.I.K, KY BSKBmL ! month for the pnrposo of consid ering and discussing the trust problem in its various aspects. The meeting promisee to shed light on n subject that sits close to the Interests of the vast majority of American citizens, and the discussion attending it cannot fail to elicit from informed and studious minds ninny enlightening facts of utility when the question comes up for treatment in a leg Islative way. It is noted m the list of questions sent out by the Federation that none of them bear explicitly on the harmful potent interference exercised by aggregations of trust capital in subverting the purposes of popular government, and in corrupting the electoral, legislative, judicial and executive functions of the political machinery to the end that the few may b illegitimately enriched at the ex ' pense of the many. This is the most vital point in the entire trust problem. On this) light is most needed. I1 or thin Tirst of all a remedy must be dis covered nud applied. When the Chicago Civic Federation confer en CO meets it is safe to say that it will not ignore this Important Held of inquiry and discussion. l'onder Mill Explosion Removes everything iu sight : so do A A gathering composed of all sorts and conditions of representatives is to be held, under the auspices of the Ciic Federation. in Chicago on the 13th of this To Ul per July report, ?30 89 " am't paid by W. L. McCulchen, 60.00 interest on bonds paid, this account, W. C. 0 u 1 80.89 12.00 i sliedferd ' & Rogers WANT TO SELL YOU By 4PW9flffSrk? lfeSL 508 89 Johnson, C. T. On motion, the ordinance presented and rend at the last regular meeting of the Council, and published in the Hickman Courier, conreylng to the Nash., Cbat. & St. Louis Railroad Co. certain rights nnd priTlleges, was unanimously passed W. L. McCutchen, City Clerk, present ed tbe .receipted accounts of II Dielzel, for repairing City Hall roof, 52010, and Tlio, Kirkpatrick's receipt for painting roof of City Hall, $17,f0. It was, upon motion, ordered tbat checks be issued to him for tbe amounts. On motion, the City Clerk was directed to place the assessment book in the hands of tbe City Assessor. On motion, the Council adjourned. W. L. McCutchen, ('. C. Attest, A uew confidence game is being A worked, says thu Pendletoniau. d stranger drives up to a well-dresse- Hal. to credit i mm -- 3 VV i rW GROCERIES. Fresh Heats, Hardware, Queensware, Hay, Oats, Jlran, Lime, and Cement. E3:a.cK:iw.3sr, The BEST OFFER LMKii: jcbitttj-oicy-. umc7i. Ever Made by a Newspaper! VMWS KVBItV . LnJFB ERcD jfc TYoimi WKKK FOIl ONI.V DOOR.. PRICES WILL PLEASE 7QT7. 11 QStlC n Maj 'j drastic mineral pills, hut lxith are mighty tlaugerous. No need to dynamite your body when Dr. King'n New Life Pills do the work so easily anil perfectly. Cures Headache, Constipation. Only 25c at all Drug Stores. fanner's honse and asks to ho allowed to stay all night. If the farmer allows ! him shelter, ho remains about three hours when a couple in bridal clothes drive np and ask if the farmer U a minYou Cuiiihk Jffalitt h JllNtiikc ister, as thoy wish to get married. Tlio farmer is not but the stranger No. says ho is a clergyman and produces his credentials. The couple are ''married" and after the services aro over the One of it h StrontroHt 1'oititH In it farmer and his wife aro asked to sign the marriage certificate and willingly consent. The couple drivo off and tlio next day tho stranger leaves the tanner's house in a bluster of thanks for his Bakes IMhcuUh' In I MinnteH Lipht Urend iu 10 MinuteH. kindness of giving him shelter for tho e '.MnjeHtic" meaiiH a of Kconomieal Oonkln.1 night. In a few days a note for $00 Buylnfj turns up in a local bank with tho farmers and wife's signatures on it,and they Cull ami KxaiuiiM' Tlicni. Ilu.v 110 Oilier. have tho note to pay. Tho stranger iu placing tho marriage certificate before tho farmer to sign, had, by a swift manipulation of the hand, placed a promisor' note back of and a little below tho marriage certificate, and tho farmer and his wife had unknowingly signed a Mr. promisory note. 1 wmkLg Ran ges, The Best in the World One off t unii Tin- - Itrpulillo wnrl'l, ennminlnc tISttiv ncwn In rljlit twlen Model M inlilip one (at i,M Tli- - Itepiililie Sim l.o ,ilni- - r iIif iirw.jujirr anncf of ISO 7 A liomr j m I r i I of the li"l nl.i, 18 Uri- - ui(r. rvrry Mt'k, t ngr n lun II ' piSCfi. of the hrithlrtt ''"l hri rflin primal, ll P4iiiiniii uintr lilrt jilciurp" nnil crii)'in lliin were in nnr nllirr nliifihin Mnro ii Hril itinl nriUin oontriliiilp to Thi Mnifmlii'' lli'ii la ii3' o'hrr Ytnirrn pulilieniinii !) I 'I hi will lte 'ti only In ctniiMlUn wiili Ihr mil-"'fxfp.irulvljr roli eek ll'llo, hut tit t A'hl'p.n nil nrilriit to Thf (ifiul.wrpliljr ItrpuMlp. ilir jut lti rnTl puc $1.50. nrwppr .rli, iirintnl In iip r i- ritr Meitl i m: tci:ri)itM4 si. i.ouIm. .tin. la Buying 11 these Ranges! ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL! llle-tim- You'll t $ ' WTJh f t . It R. B. IWaii-c Jorgenhausser If h (Jetting Up u Corset Trust. a Jh . zww Is A Five preachers have become candidates for the Kentucky Leginlaturo. Chicago hns been visited by A six year old Hickman youth was Eastern promoters who are trytold by his teacher that the Mississippi ing to interest tho lending corset was tlio Father of "Waters. "How is manufacturers iu n trust scheme. that?" ho queried ; "if it is the. Father Two local companion have given of Wuters, oughtn't it to ho called options on their plants available until Oct. 1, the Chicago Corset Yellow Fkvkr Company and the Cage-Dowed its ghastly head in the south Keports credit the Company. and the people of New Orleans promoters with having nineteen want winter hb quick as Jack options In hand. hns tigaiu raisn Used to Worry his ailiitio.Hoineut8 in the local paporn tlitin't l seem lo atlraei iiientioii iliiln'L ilraw a erowtl liis htore and help I, mi to well gootlw. When you go to Arkansas or Texas you can travel in comfort if you know now. Ask the ticket agent for a ticket via the COTTON IIBLT KOUTH 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 comfortable scat dining the day nnd a good place to sleep at night. Bach car is supplied with a ladies' dressing room and a gentlemen's smoker. You will not have to bother about changing cars, for these cars run through from Memphis and Cairo to Texas without change. Direct connections are made at Cotton Belt Junctions with trains for nil parts of Texas, Indinn Territory, Oklahoma and the far West. If you nre tliinklnirof tnklnir a trip, write anil tell in where yon nre L'ofnif nnd when you wilt leave, and we will tell you liow much your ticket will cent, what train to take to ni to nuke the liett time awl conticctlii, nml anything eUe we can tlmt will licl i innke I tifct little booklet, "A your trip n comfortable one. An tfi TKIl' TO TUX AS," will be mailed free to any nddrem. JlobiuHon. NOW HE DON'T WORRY -i of Sooth says "this jinvuruinent Bhould recall every soldier In the immediately, apoloPhilippines gize to the world for the error wo have made, and then turn the islands oyer to n native govern ment," To which he adds: "TIiIh 'civilizing war' talk In a sham. Any people can maintain as good a right government as they have to have, and you cannot give them Dakota, 11 Senator Pkttigrkw, r better, Why!' Iteeausi- ,0 IH found that lio ciin tjet fifty THXAH Democrats are ananglng ailh, elnick bill of riiijigeHtioii.s, tlio liest that aro apfor tho biggest political demon!n,c in news mi pens the country over for pearing iu li stration ever seen in the South at Dallas, October 2 ami 3. W..I. a dollar and that with their help il 5h mere play to arBryan and other prominent men range ads which till the. bill to a "T." Von can lo tint have accepted invitations In ad same. All lim-Send a dollar to dress the people, and among those invited to attend are Senator Win J. 0.,8. Black-burOoebel, AD SUPPLY BUREAU, and Congressman John S Kentucky. One hundred if linen, of thousand people are expected to 8 DQVoiibhiro St.j Room liOSTON, MASS, attend euoti day's meeting, n 2-i- H. ADAHI, Traveling l'uitcnk'cr Agent, , . HnHamaiiPimi CAIRO, ILL. (") B. W. UDEAUME, Otn'l I'an'r and Tkt. Agent, BT. I.QUIH, MO. . Rvr - -