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Lee Egbert Nominee for Rep Democratic Chances in Ohio. FULTON OOUTY, KY., SEPT. wmmmmmmmwmwtmmmmmwwmwmmtnfng sX Local and Personal, Mrs. Lewis Wells and son are visit-lu- g iu Dresden. Mr. Johu J. Young will leave Sou-dafor St. Louis. J. N. Rogers was in Olaytou this Week, uuylng cuttle. Dr. A. S. Dabuoy will preach at the CliriHtlan Olinrch Sunday. Mrs, J. O. Chock and little girl are vmting in Pans, Tenn. Mesdaiues. M. Randlo and J. T Stephens Hpent Tuesday in Fulton. Mr. T. J. Malono, of Union Oitv, is the guest of J. M. Witting' family. tST Send your orders to the now City Bakery for Fresh Oysters and Celery. Hot days and cool nights are now on hand, fully. prepared to givoyon the "shako." The Wouiau'a ltigfs Society will meet ut Mrs. B. Purhuni's this evomug y fi 't r,- -' 1 u . I- J : Always In the Lead ! -- ,i' i $- AND NOW WE ARK RKADY. to nhow you the New Fall UoocIh in Mens, Youths and Bovh Clothing and Shoes. Also, tho Indies, Misses and Childrens Shoes. These arc all In and on our counters for inspection. We have bought immense stocks in cyery line, mid should be pltfno- ed to have you look through them. Shoe Talk. Dili it ever occur to you what a mtving there is in our method of Boiling Shoes? Selling them in connection with our other lines, we are abln to handle thtm on a ampler mar- Boy Suits. The new Suits nre now in, and some very pretty things are shown, and the values, we think, arc better thau usual. The Vestee Knee Suits are the .popular things (or the little fellows, ages 3 to 8. These For the Suits have Vests. larger boys, 9 to 16, we show an excellent line. The prices start ut 51.50, and they am splendid values. at a o'clock, Mr. Wilson Bacon had a horso, bridled and saddled, stolen from his farm Sunday night. No mutter how worthless a man is ho can always find some woman will- illlr in tnnrrv-- l,(m Sunday and Sunday night. Sometimes u man acquires tho gift of second sight by marrvlnsr a irirl ho fell iu lovo with at first sight. Some men aro considered wiso they ore considerate enough to keep their opinions to themselves. Willlo Helm left Wednesday for Caruthenmlie, Mo., where ho has accepted tho position as ass't postmoatqr. i Tho Carlisle Comity News, wnlcn, has been published at Arlington, has beeu moved to Bardwell, the county teat. f, Over ttQ years exnenence in ro- pairing flue watcnes and clocks. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. It. W. Buck. Prather Curlin and Hugh Ed. two promising young men of this lnnty, will leave noxtweek for Louis ville to attenu Mecucai uouego. The Union City Commercial Con- r iMued a handsome trade ediuon 1 week, which reflects much credit oniee and enterprising town. jme m be-cau- later, will preach at the Baptist Church gin of profit than exclusive 3calers, lot, wo are at no extra ""expense lor house rent, clerk hire, Sic. Tako, for instance, our vember. There ia u feeling, even among conservative leaders that the platform and candidate of the Zatiesville convention will prove more popular nn the campaign progresses and that the Republican party iu Ohio this year will Iiiivp more than It can do to tfe feat the democratic nominee. ir. McLean's supporters base their hopes for success upon quite reasonable grounds. Tbey say that the Hanna regime is still an (sue among Ohio Republicans, and that there are no less tban 100,000 voters of that party woo would not be at all sorry if McLean should wlu. Of these 100,-00Republicans, who are said to he opposed to Hanna's leadership hi the state, the Democrats assert that no less than 50.000 will vote for either Mr. McLean or for Mayi or Joues, of Toledo, in case tbat gentleman pbould finally decide to filter the race. It is stated by the same authority that the other CO per cent, will emphasize their hospitility to Hanna by remaining away from the poles on election day. 0 Democrats of Ohio and othtr states talk regard to John ft. McLean's chances for election in NoMany influential confl-dtutlyin resenUtive. The Democrats of Hickman Fulton counties net in Convention, pursaant to call, in Clinton, Tuesday. Sept. 12th, for the pur pone of nominating a candidate to representative Hickwan and Fulton counties In the lower House of the next State Legislature. County Bohool Sup't Henry was elected Chairman, and Mr. H. Shelton, Sec'y. t and i i , T& Hi J. I xne unairman appointed the usual committees on orgnnizat on, credentials and resola linns. The Committee on organisation reported iu favor of making the temporary organization perma-- nent. The Committee on' Resolutions endorsed J. C. S. Blackburn for U. S. Senator. Nominations being in order, the names of Leroy Egbert, H. F. Remley, T. N. Smith, J. L. Mosp, and John Evans, were planed in nomination. The contest fro as the beginning was between Egbert and Reaaley the latter coming within votes of the nomination. A Motion prevailed to drop the hindmost ia each successive ballot a'ter the 5th ballot, and under this rale, candidates were successively dropped including some dark horses, until the llth ba'Iot, when Egbert won the nomination. The proceeding of the Con- II .2' m irfrfl 2.00 Ladies Shoes. Many dealers sell them for $2.50, and really they are well worth the price, for they are made of finest quality Kid, as stylish n higher priced Shoes, perfect in (it and finish, soft and easy on the feet. And by our way of selling you save the GOo. Then them is our Ah Echo of LIbcoIb. Ao Mens and Boys Suits. Wo have already received an immense Hue of the new Clothing, and would be glad to have you look through the IV 4 " T . Pra-Uic- r, tbat "the nation cannot endure half slave and half free" comes from Bryan, who, in a speech at Wlnnemncca, Nov., declared that this nation cannot endure while half of Its people are citizens and half vassals." "From a financial standpoint," said Mr. Bryan, "an imperial policy will be an expense to a large it echo of Linooln's saying i KM t'st?-p- i 1.50 TnriipR Shoos. , . t, , - stock. We have never shown better values in Clothing than we majority of the people and a pro-flonly to the capitalists who vention thronghoat waa harsao-nlbnwould organize syndicates and and the nominee will re develop the Philippine islands." deleceive tbe support of all s, the P c- - huv Meek Labor " n.! IMI.rii The best Shoes made for the We ought to get $2.00 price. lor them, as others do, but here again comes the advantage of our method of selling, and yon in like tin extra half doihr. Soft Kid, nicely finished, perfect fitting, and very stylish. Made with Heels and Spring Heels, in I .ace and Button, l'atent and Stock Tips. i, . . (t i' Iarohed. 1 gates and eaudidatea. aBi5lttet" ut. ,. i.l -- I $ we can 'W 7.50 and 10.00 takhiK their in his icy embrace. Uod pity desolate hearts of these parents. The way to get even with a barber to insure u duick shave is to eat nn oniii or some lunburger cheeso just uctsks u defoctant to both tho artist and give you specially good things in all Wool Suits, that are well made and stylish garments. In the better grades, at ing your seat in tho chair. It 8 12.50 to putnn. krs. Feuetta Sargent Haskell will buii llicknuin for Friday evening. Out. 6th. ud irive her reading from Victor Ilugrs, Lvh Miserable, "Emancipation of a lluinuu Soul from Evil by tho Pow- .... u T ...., v. M.i-, v Siui-ouei sued, it is said. master general has ordered tbat every postoffice :n the United States shall note the number of pieces and character of mail matter handled by it between Oct. 3 and Nov, 0. The execution of this order mvoh es an immense amount of labor, and it is to be done in order that an accurate table of statistics may be prepared. This is tbe first lime in twenty years tbat such an order has been is- y School Shoes. cheaper and better grades, and ill do well to examine you them. V Wo show an excellent line of School Shoes, in both the 18.50 we show garments fully equal 9iiits that would to Tailor-mad- e cost you $fi.OO to $10 more. cordially invitu your inspection. L. P. & W. S. ELLISON. iiuiiuiiuiuiiiuuuiuuiaiui.iuuiuiiiiiuuuiuuuaauuu At :": lB4 IV 4 Cost ! JEm" Cask Book Store Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS, STATIONERY, NOTIONS, Call and see our Stock, .BONDTJRANT WIXjIj Buggi dies, Bridles, Etc., at COST, becauso bo desires to close out all goods in sell &i Every' this line. thing up to date. . T- - AND INSURANCE A'GENT. J i REAL ESTATE l Maky Bkkkndeb & Co.' I. E. Bartlett, (HucocHxor to Wf). Dltstolbrlnk,) DKA IN Fancy 'Jioceries and Provisions, Special attention given to the selling of RealEstate of iall kinds;re Iusurand represents a full line of tho beBt and wobj reliable HReliable" MI9KMAN, J KmrvcKY. .ance Companies doing business In the Stale, nn thatItti 'Old lutu iilrunflt' t i lire MUTUAL BKNKblT LI ITIS IflHUBAnun w (liukmaii siivr mi .ntj mid vlciniuU out largely over $100,000 Life Insurance Hi y or FREE JfiLIVEKY. aiii' regular Life tmme cueapeni huh rm " tv. and IS issuing ountry, He ollcita Telephone Sere No. 94; Res- Insurance Company doing business In this Ideuoe, No, (0, i jfor ptrPPge (jail HUU see mm, i Now is your opportunity to buy a pair of celebrated Brown Shoes. All go at cost at Buchanan's. . County JucIku Kearny lnw linn a CHLNN SCHOOL HOOK BILL. spleidid piece of work done on tho road, between tho Wallace and Dixie Robinson place. Tho Judge is The Chinn School Bill, fixed tbe profiiiK himself tho right man iu the highest price on which school riffbt place. books could be sold iu Kentucky There are a number of youths iu at ono third less tban the price this commuuity who are anxious to en- they are now sold by the book list in tho urmy aud go to the Philippine IslnudH, but they are cither too trust. Had this bill become a law young or unable physically to staud tho the spelling book which now sells examination. for twenty cents would sell for The yellow fever outbreak is not ten cents. The price of the first reader encouraging. A severe outbreak is reported from Tampa, ami it is believed would have beeu reduced from thut tho fever prevails to a mnoh great- twenty cents to ten cents; second er extent in Memphis aud Nutchez than reader from thirty cents to twenherotoforo reported. ty; third render from forty-fivto (I loaves liread for 25c. thirty; fourth reader from fifty to 20 loaves Bread for 1.00. Patronize home industry and savo from fortv cents, and fifth reader from 20 to 80o ou the dollar, at the Now City seventy-fivto fifty cents. The Bakery. arithmetics price of practical Tho new iron bridge across the would have beeu reduced from fifOliiou, ut tho present ferry site, ou tho ty to forty cents and tbe price of a Kachel Cromwell funn, is to be com- complete geography from $1.20 to menced immediately, the material hav- eighty five cents, ing been received. Hasio & Young, of Had the Oh inn bill become a Nashville, are tho contractors. Prico law, our school books could not 2,W)0. A largo crowd of young people at- have cost more than tbe lowest tended a party at tho resideuco of Mr. prices given above, but might and John Kistner, near tho city, Wedues-da- probably would have cost us less. night, given by his daughter, Miss A similar law hus beeu in force Hattio, iu honor of Leonard Frost. Mr. in Indiana for ten years, and the charge of the crowd, J. W. Morris hud uud it goes without saytug that they average price imld by them is ten per cent, below tbe lowest prices had n delightful timo. mentioned above. MayQeld Dem Leo Egbert, tho Dcuiocratio uoml-uefor Representative, is conceded by ocrat. all to be ono of the cleverest men in tho two comities. Ho has beeu Sheriff of Aunt Patty Ooodiu, an old colored Hickman I'ouuty oue term aud Dopnty woman, hviug at the foot of Mildruugh Sheriff ouo termt discharging tho du- Hill, on the Bordstowu nud Elizabeth-towties af these ptwitious creditably. He is read, iu Hurdiu oouuty, is proba democrat ajX for Joe Blackburn for ably the oldest person in Kentucky. She claims to bo 120 yearn old. There is no U. S. Seuutor. bought tho record showing tho exact, dato of her Mr, O. E. Eaker has birth, but data con bo famished, ou grocery establishment of J. J. U. which a and will contiuuo business ut showing fair culculutiou can bo made, her to be, ut least 15 years old, tho old staud Powell block. Mr, Eais quito ker was connected for many years with (hough sho is not at positive that she is ull improbable that house of Powell He 120, uud it grocery tho Bro., is well known to tho trudiug pub- sho is correct. A number of tho leading white citlic, and is an all round clever, ilboral izens of Now Madrid, Mo., have organ-izeand popular muu. a Law uud Order League, and have given loading negroes uotico to leave town, nud wo nuderstand they have loft. Tho citizens wero lmpollea to this action by tho numerous burglaries committed by negroes, but tho ciiuiux came when, recently, one of them sought entrance to the room of u citizen's wife who was at homo alouo, but was driveu away by the husband who luckily ar rived iu uuiu iu jjruiuci oer, e The Hon. John Young Brown la not heading tbe bolters' ticket for glory, merely, as some of tbe voters seem to believe, if tbe statement of one of tbe most prominent Republican leaders iu the city and State is to be believed. Talking with a group of friends, be remarked: "Brown is figuring on enough Republican votes In tbe legislature to elect him Senator. We Republicans will owe Brown a debt of gratitude, and we could not pay It better tban by voting with tbe Democrats who could be induced to support bin. I won't say there Is an under standing to that effect, bnt Brown is not in this raoe for bis health." Louisville Times. Itors Play With a Pistol. l !? e Union City. Tenn., Sept. 1- 2Clarenne Humphrey and another, whose name could not be learned, were playing with ao old pistol la tbe telegraph office at Obion, when it was accidentally discharged by Humphrey, tbe ball entering the stomaoh of his companion, producing probably a fatal wound. i trl Bryan denies tbat be ever fa vored the withdrawal of troopa from the Philippines until Ago naldn surrenders, but tbe papera keep on misquoting bis position. y o Uorbel. answering tbe question at Henderson, says tbat ha 'favors the unparate coach law but also favors compelling tba railroads to give tbe colored people first olas-- - accomodations when they charge them first clasa prices. The Itnsiness activity throughout the couutry Is good. Tbe wave has tint struok this section yet, alt hough everybody has been gettiii" along very nicely. Fall goods are beginning to arrive and merchants are buying freely and laying iu heavy stocks, au assurance of a lively business tbe eon ing winter. A Powder Mill Kxplosloa Removes everything in sight : so do drastic) mineral pilU, but both aro mighty dangerous. No need to dynamite your body when Dr. King's New-LifPills do the work so easily and per. u Bon-duru- 1 d fectly, t'ures Headache. Oonatinatfou. Only 36o at all Druq Stores. "I ,. m - swr mi- - -f- tSfwW 'iMIaMMaGlpfefM' 'JK.WI 1UJJ The Hickman Courier GKOMIE WAIUtEX, I'uV.llslicr. EXAMINATIONS. Treasury Department Jfodiflts Tlici la Customs ninl Revenue Services. ENCAMPMENT ENDED. POWDER MILLS; Tlie THEY WILL NOT FIOHT. Irltlsh Cablntt Minister Syg Titer 11a No Mar W Ith the Traavaal-(Jii- ea III Not 1'eruilt It. Victoria WW '"'lamieraieieieieieweieiaiaiiiewHeiei! CL Albert HICKMAN, T r nervousness, exiirrh. London, Sept . Mr. Montagm tism. eruptions, etc., the circumsUnces I White, the consul general of the South VX4.JUA.J.4.A4.A4.A4.AXXA4.AJ.AJ.J.AAV Allosethrr the CIroap of llulliltngt Will African republic lu Loudon, said to Applicant Mutt lie Tenon of Moral Coat- iVia the blood tuith Hood's SArsuptrtiU. press representative Friday evening! Numlirr 21 or SO. Willi a Capacity ace, I'niloubtcd Honesty, Ihyalcal It is the ore At remedy for aIIaoh .i nA hntu day night. The election of a J SEPTEMBER J899. "I assure you on the authority of a texts. Be sure to aet Hood's. rWj.it, f of ji,OUM 1'otimU Dally 1 bo I'lililt With Ability unit which, it was supi' (.titer a Wide Are. .McOiodi, cabinet minister that there will be no Ituilurit posed, would bo settled only after ' 3; Sun. Mon. Tub. Wed.Thur.i Fri. Sat. rrar with tho Transvaal. In faci, lh warm contest, was conducted and carnSufmMUq Washington, Sept, 11. The navy queen will not permit war. I received Washington, Sept. 8. Tho treasury ried out In the most peaceable manner 1 . I W I IF II from Pretoria begin tha man a nv t department has had under considera- imaginable. Col. Albert U. Shaw, of department epecti to i nil in iinxiwMiiiiiiianiiiwiwai.wiiiiaKi.,. lejieiiejiejii tion for some time the preparation of Watcrtowu, N. Y., was unanimously ufacture of smokeless powder at Iti surlhg mo that the Transvaal govern8 examinations for the positions In the elected to tho highest ofllcc of tho or- powder mills a few miles back from ment quite understands the position NATION'S GREETING TO DEWEY. customs service nnd internal revenue ganisation after Judgo Leo Rassleur. the Potomac rher, near ImllMi Head, .egardlng the peace party in England 6 12 J3 J4 15 service which pertain to excepted of "bt. Louis had declined to be n can- within the next two of three a nt lis. and is in now Wo misled by speeches Feature of the KplUe Ihe Manila. places under the president's order of didate. Early In tho campaign thcro Work on the mills has been pushed and demonstrations" Hern In Waha;ieii. 19 20 2 J 22 23 17 London. Sept. I). Tho energetically, and nt present about Tha central ld.s underlying the fro nit May 29, 1S99, such ns deputy collectors wcro three candidates. W. a John 3; lcomo to lie nhtn Admiral Deney In situation wore Friday a more of Internal -- cvenuc, ttorekcepers and son, of Cincinnati, who was acting com 1,200 men are employed. Adm. O'Noll, 25 26 27 28 29 30 W&xhltiKion the nrm m.ek In October It chief of bureau of ordnance, accom- peaceful aspect, lu addition to th gangers, compensation under S500, aud mander-in-chlewas first mentioned Its national diameter, III arrival at the TTTTTTTfTTT-rrTT:for positions in tho customs service and the names of Col. Shaw and Judgo panied by Lieut. Seymour, of the bu- troops from India a brigade of fom Capital will mark his rest the American people, nhrm tho nicU a reau, inspected the work during the battalions of Infantry is under order filled by cashiers, chief or principal Rassleur later becamo prominent. of the Koterumsnt will deputies at customs ports, nnd the Johnson's boom was ended Wednesday, last week, and was much pleased at the to start for South Africa immediately, the mtcnlnrentl)- Jeweled participate, ami CURRENT TOPICS. suord voted by principal deputy at each with his election to tho ofllco for the' progress made. Already about a dozen one from homo and three from Medi Cnnifres villi h prcitnttd Tu that end The sailing ol all the arrariKrmrnU n III lie of a simple but c'pain has lot 540,000,000 in colonial deputy naval officers and deputy sur- unexpired term of tho late Commandor tulldings arc completed, the electric terranean stations dlicnlrW character the Castle Llnor Harlech Castlo hki wothero of Muni. a at theThe welcome t ght plant, said to be one of the finest veyors. Sexton, lasting two days. trade. National Caworld, is installed, and the stand been canceled and tho AiiEitiCA's crrpet mills employ 10,701 The department has concluded to reThis rendered him ineligible to can- in the steamer 111 probably be employed to transport women. duce tho examination to arithmetic. didacy for another term, and with the pipe, 120 feet high, is up. There are w A woman's hair is said to begin tc including the conversion of currency, election of Col. Shaw he becomes statement as ten or twelve other buildings well these troops A turn pray at 3S. toward completion. Altogether comes from Pretoria through Cnp letter writing, plain copy aud business past commander-in-chie-f. The friend Five per cent, of all Europeans arc experience and training. Tho arith- of Col. Shaw and Judge l Rassleur t ic group of buildings will number 21 Town to the effect that the trained soldiers. metic will be as practical as possible claimed tho victory until tho Missouri or 25, with a capacity of 2,000 poll ml government has explained tu the SaltGojik New York s enjoy and where practicable will relate to veterans at Thursday's session of tho of smokeless powder dally. This dally ish diplomatic agent. Mr. ConyiiRham day. the eight-hou- r the actual business transactions in- encampment, withdrew from the con, wutput seems large at first thought, Green that its last dispatch was meant Cinci.vati Is to have a guns of the as an acceptance of the propotcd Joint tended for the employes. autl-trutest in favor of his New York oppo- out one of the big distillery. I'ldiana uses 1,000 pounds of powder at inquiry. For storekeepers and gaugcrs the nent. Asldo from the selection of Tiik cemeteries in and around Loun H fa Prictoria. Sept. t. In the first candidates will be called upon to fur- ccmmander-ln-chiedon cbrcr 2,000 acres. the pension ques- a single shot. The various buildings of the powder Friday morning debate was resumed nish vouchers to bo filled by reputable tion receives the major portion of at1'AitciiMK.NT used on the best banjoe citizens who are acquainted with the tention. Resolutions were adopted flant cover a wide area about (out on tho Interpellation of the governit made from wolf skin. Of a thousand persons only out applicant. The applicant will havo to that rule 225, passed by congress in miles back from the river. The cen- ment respecting tho concentration ol "reaches the ape of 100 years. sho his age, occupation and residence. 1S90, and now In practice, was a hard- tral purpose has been to keep the British troops on the border and the Owi.xo to the dry. told atmosphere, The person signing the voucher must ship in that it required proof topping of ammunition consigned to of iden- buildings as far apart as the requireVk If not a single infectiou disease is known show the length of time he has been tity and iujurics which many old sol- ments of manufacture would permit, the Transvaal. The houo adjourned in Greenland. ' explo-ton- s shortly before noon, after adopting acquainted with the applicant, wheth- diers could not furnish and asking in order to avoid tho dangers of A Thank II. HuitFor.D, a For that reason there Is no unanimously tho following resoluer the applicant is possessed of moral that president tho boy. has been admitted to the bar Id courage, and would be a proper person rule 164, later passed by congress Urge central building, but many small tion: lam Guthrie, Okl. T. The volksraad having considered each having a distinct At Wardbury, Norway, the longest to employ without yielding to in- which is not so stringent in its re- cacs powder making. Theybranch of that frlendty correspondence la are ar still day lasts from May 2' o July 33 with- fluence where he would be apt to temp- quirements The resolutions also de the tation. It must be shown that the plored the practice in the pension bu- trranged, also, with a view to the pre passing between the two governments interruption. out oucher would reau which bars widows who have aa tailing winds so that the risk of hav that the concentration of truum In A few weeks ago the Krupp factory person signing the large trust the applicant with employment income of ?90 a year, and asks that the lag the fumes of acid borne by the jrcat numbers near the Lonler has a ,turn;4outits Is reduced to a minimum. detrimental and rettlesa effect on gun tcr European armies. ' Mrs. Ricuahd P. ISLAND is collecting One building Is us d exclusively foi the Inhabitants of the state, and material for a life of late husband, the picking process; another for the that the Transvaal has lived in the famous congressman. mixing; another for the acids In this friendship and peace with all naI The first automobile club of Gery each stage of manufacture is de tions and desires to continue many has just bren organized, and the to live in such frlcndihlp and tached from all the others not only Cuke of Ratlbor is the the chances of accident, but peace, now declares its regret at toe Ax English statistician declares that also giving some security against wide- fact of concentration and expresses rrimc, considered in decennial periods, spread damage in case of explo-lio- n the opinion that In the ease of eventubears a constant relation to the popuin any one lation. stage of alities which might lead to enmity or war between the two governments tho he process. William IIadok has resigned his poAnother prccautionarj sition as conductor on the Maine Cenncasure has been the building of light cause would not He with tho republic. tral railroad after 50 yea riv service as As rrgards the stoppage of ammuni"paper" walls at the ends of tho build--agfc railroad man. wer4 Tle4 neeee newer. These readily give to the pres-ilr- e tion at Delagoa bay, the Volksraad Die Max ISrexer, of Buffalo, has wilt of an explosion, leaving tho main trusts that the government will act ac- Ital i. probably occur on Monday, Oite--tr allhouth the dale will depend upon been decorated with the cioss of the jails of the structure standing, and cording to circumstances the enth of tbfi celebration In New Tork. Legion of Honor for saving the life of a "The raad further resolves to drop which la atlll unaeltlrd, The principal Vrjally reduelpg the loiSTvhlch French seaman. feature or the reception In Waahtnjlon. an explosion Is. cloii-leon- - the matter of the concentration of a planned by the cltlrens with the coThe population of tho South African aTaTaTaml . BTaTaTaTaTaaTaTaTaTaVlaBBaraVJaHY2Aw.f. - JV . jL ..!. rpmiMtd mni.l n'-- 'tt ICO th.ebordcr.for lh4prfcm operation of the President ami Cabinet, aJ"W be two AJAMU N" number-tpresentation tcr to conncctuhc mauy build- - until the government shall supply fur- will Ihe aword In oteU by he u;v'v..ew of and l .vld permlUlhc powder proc t to ther Information to the raad, although nlfbt parade A public Conjrrn at a C00.OO0 Kaffirs and Zulus. reception th oe carried on expeditiously, a com- the information obtained is unsatisWhile Moms a ill be followed by dinner The skeleton of a mastodon was displete troiley car service is to be lu op- factory. Nevertheless and w ith a vn. w to the Admlr! by I'reddent McKlnley, closed in digging a ditch on the farm Th enrd alll be prraerite.1 by Svrt a ry eration. This will V.cep the material to the results of the negotiation of F. W. Schaefer, one mile west of front of the Capitol, In l.on. at tha In its various stages moving forward which are pending, the raad declares th pretence rtf Mr McKlnley and all tha Newburgh, X. Y., recently. from luilding to building until com- Itself determined in the meantime to member of the Cabin. t, Uto In the aft. The erratic actions of a church clock rnon, while eonsUtlnr ef pleted. Tne electric light plant servo maintain the right and Independence Kanlsatlona of the paradt. will Nt accompa-r. atllarporne, England, were traced to a ail kli.ds swarm of bees that had deposited honthe thrco fold purpose of nied by an Illumination of the city nn a the of the republic." ey in the machinery and dial. London, Sept. U. The cabinet coun-:1- 1 rrale of beauty never before wltneaaed ta machinery, running tho trolley cat '"'k siNof.E foundry in NcwJersey.it Friday was marked by nbsoluto Waahlntton. service from mill to mill, and supplyThe different featuraa 0f the preparais said, casts annually 25,000 bells for ing light for the plant. unanimity, nnd In spite of a lark of tions are In lh hand of a en!rl body the farmers and about 4,000 lor schools, J The opening of the mills will mark official Information and tho presence of citizenIn and eleven rommttt!, churches engine houses, etc. over a thomuuid people, a distinct departure by the govern- of much corroborative evidence that rreparatlnti allfor Whe-- t the prince of Wales wis a boy the r)bratlan bava ment. Heretofore all the Mijiilcs of the situation is scarcely less strained, fnr e) r e non' the book that most took his fancy was ifiSf: The powder have been drawn from private there is no sign of any intention to other Ilalilmore and Ohio JUllroad and "Robinson Cruboc," and even now it rallroada enti'rlnit Waahlmctoti have COL. ALBERT D. SHAW, sources The first appropriation made convene parliament and no immediate ncrf-ea,muscs,hlni greatly to read a chapter. uimjh cheap rate for tho ceiebra-Hoand the commltttc oiwt that tttore by congress for u powder factor? wai necessity exists to c.tll out the Scientists are. rcpommcndlug the Commander-in-Chief Elected of the O, A. R. at Philadelphia. lll be It Is probable, however, that utnioat an nutpourlnr; of patriotic cltlin a light bath, It is free from tho about $200,000, but In the last Laval equal to the Inaucurutkin of exhausting effects of Turkish baths appropriation bill SI. 000,000 was g.vcn the appeals from the government of I'roiUlcnt. and1 is soothing to sore muscles and requiring undoubted honesty; that the limitations le increased to 250 a year, for the purchase "or manufacture'' of Natal will remit in the dispatch of a Uok up, .joints. applicant has physical ability and can Pursuant to the resolutions a commit- - powder. This permits a part of tie large body of troopt from England aud badge worn hilift up. ' wa the metto on the the le..uin; m.in. "Wot'a Taiile manners differ greatly with efficiently perform the duties; that he tec of five was appointed to seek re-- last appropriation to be usod for tie India to Natal and Capo Colony. On tikc'l tlieelciair.rU) "lla! different nationalities. Tho Russians is of good address and familiar with lief from the administrative officers, mills now in course of sot a union! 'Indianapolis Journil.incurs construction. Hrlg. flim. Otriuhlnn In Maitilncton. pre- - men and the manner of approaching follow tho old Arabian habit of and, failing there, tb errlng nature's weapons to cither them; tho voucher must show tho amend tho law In to ask congressvet- Wamhnoton, Sept. . llrig. Gen. c"" "' Acr'i,e ,,, wrd. favor of the knife or fork. length of time he has lived in the dis- crans. Att.anta, Oa.. Sept. 10. Mrs. David Ovcnshine, who has just returned from i'liK giraffe was thoughtto be nearly As Chicago secured the next en- - Klchberg, of this city, who recently ihe Philippine islands, called on Secreextinct, but Maj. Maxes, a British ex- trict from which he seeks to be aptary Root and tho president Friday. plorer,' has found great herds of them pointed and with the familiarity he has campraent. It is expected that Judge started a movement to raise a fund tributary of with inhabitants must show what Rassleur will then be elected commaa- - amoug American .lews for the purpose Gn. Ovcnshine has been suffering along the Sobat river, a 'r-j-j rei?4-53v,?7of presenting a handsome sword to from fever and has not yet recovered. knowledge applicant has as to methods the White Nlld " 5 TvT'B..f.f..' 'A . . i - " CapU Alfred Dreyfus convicted fcr He undoubtedly will be granted n Tub largest mass of pure rock salt In of operating small distilleries and ." t t 7wL!V- TiT TIio Mini of Veteram Miet. the world lies under tho province of his familiarity with tho manufacture treason toward the French govern' furtrer leave of absence. Ho reports -sja-.- v Law-toJ -- .' 1 " is Galiola, .Hungary. It Is known to bo of spirits at illicit distilleries; and has suffered from Detroit, Mich., Sept. S. Whether ment, received a letter from Mme, that Gen. Sx ISO miles long, 20, miles broad and 50 that tho candidate can render efficient there is really any friction between Dreyfus in which she said the captain :hllls and fever since ho has been In feet in thickness. the Sons of Veterans and the G. A. not nceept a snord from the the Philippines service us an officer The house of commons has mot on where honesty and of internal revenue and whether t o two societies shall R., :ould American people. integrity arc indisin The Wllnw irmr HI Kry tVel. Sunday VI times, on various occasions, Ket V'r.hT, Fla., ScpL P. Thirty when urgency demanded it. The first pensable. The applicant must have the future camp together arc the seri Altceld on the Trutt Conference jases of yellow fever have been retime was In the reign of Edward 11L, this voucher prepared before he is sub- ous questions being considered by tho John I'. ported during the past 21 jected to any academic test, and when eighteenth annual encampment of the Chicago, Sept. !1. the last at the death of George II. hours Sir Arthur Sullivan has joined the it is approved by tho collector it will Sons of Veterans which began hero Vltgcld has returned to Gov. Tan-je- r two cases previously omitted, thocommlssion appointing Mr. army of invctfiors. He has invented a count 70 per cent, in an examination. Thursda afternoon. Opinion among tho total u timber occurring to a delegate to the trust conference far as knoVn is 1,271. Two date so contrivance to be fixed to carriages so The other SO per cent, in the examina- the delegates on the matter of deaths that tho horses can be instantly un- tion will be the academic tests camping together with the veterans of o be held In Chicago September 13. As have been reported during the past 21 yoked and the carriage set free in the the G. A. R. is divided. There is in o hlr reasons for this step Mr. hours maklnV tho total number of event of the animals taking fright. Two Men Killed ij I.ljhtlnc said: "The fact Is I haven't deaths nine. The the hands of the resolutions commitweather Is st 11 Twrstv centuries before the birth TU6COLA, 111., Sept. a At the Doug- tee a resolution fixing tho l'JOq en- much confidence in tho proposed trust very warm and nlny and favorable for of Watt, Nero of Alexandria described machines whose motive power was las county fair at Camargo lightning campment at Chicago simultaneously conference. It looks as if It were go the spread of thtdlsease. tteam. Ho also Invented a double struck the north end of the grand with the G. A. R. and ordering that ng to bo more of a trust love feast Misttirock'! lourtli I rlul jln. orcu pump, used ns a fire engine, and stand, killing two men Instantly, fa- tho sons camp with the veterans here than anything " New York, SeptAo. Not much wind Anticipated the modern turbine wheel tally injuring two inoro and seriously after. It was reported to tho delegates Through till- - invoreu air uiomis Lipton's yacht .fcm Viilunlrftr! disabling six others The party was for consideration Friday. by a machine he called "neolpile." Shamrock In her foUith trial spin FriA bteei. bird's nest was recently aceating supper under tho grand stand CiucAao, Sept. II. Tlie 2tJth United day. It Is the general impression that quired by the museum of Soleure, In when the Hash came. CoinmUnnntr Ketlcni. LEAN5ES THE 5Y5TEM SLntes volunteers New England's reg- Designer Fife was "ptuting the breaks Switzerland. Soleure has an extensive CiiiCAOo. Sept. a A story was circuTook Her Life. watch and clock factory, and thin mot-s- i iment, commanded. by Col. Edmund an," for the yacht' leveling Friday lated Thursday night tliat W. J. filings arc continually being swept ZanesviU-E- , O., Sept. 8. Miss Eva throug Is to resign from the interstate Iticc, passedroute fromChicago Sunday rvhen there wns a breeze was no ridicuinto tho roads with the waste from the Gould, a former patient of the Athens commerce commission Boston to San lously slow that those 'vatehing her night en to practice law workshops. Of thwse two wagtails' insane hospital, discharged as cured, In Chicago. Friends of Mr. Calhoun r'ranclsco, where taey will embark aeclareu she was being purposely sailbuilt a nest, which was secured after 6 I OVERCOMES ed out of trim. hung herself. say the story is true. for the Philippines September 15. the brood had fiown. IlkFERRtNO to a recent report that a Vieoroua Quaruutlno Utoleis. Caterpillar In III t The Altuallon IKrjr Ueit. hXniiRuuure CloirU. Russian ilorint had succeeded in raisOroiiTo, Sept. 8. The faculty of St. I'ktkkmiuko, Sept. &. The Bellefontaine, 0., Sept. V An KKT West, Flu., Stiu 11. Twenty-thre- e PERMANENTK' ing blue roses, a Slavonian gardnerde-jlare-s medicine have telegraphed to King caterpillar now cases of i:llow fever and officials of tho province of Into tho IIOKFli WMJ- that blue roses grow wild in Charles asking him to como here in Kieff recently oidercd the closing of two deaths have becJ reported in tho right car of Joseph K.V. of ,this city, -HServla. Bathers along the New Jersey beach person and "see the uselessness of the SO synagogues and schools at Blrdlt-chef- past 24 hours. Tho sluation is still inursuay nignt, unti, w tiling about. t fire sorely tried this year because, vigorous quarantine." They belittle which is the center of the Jew- very gloom.r andlargipumbers of peu' let tho man in agony. lircqulrcd tho HUiHt - Maii'r n hv Vv 'while the average temperature of ocean the seriousness of the plague out- ish population of the southwest prov rile uro seat to tlie detrition camp ut worts of thrco physician! to success (AUR'RNIATG,SYr?VP(g lully extract the insect, hhioh imjus- rvater in July and August has been 74 break. iuccr. Dry Tortugas iegrees, this season the average has ired over an inch long. '!?: The Temperature at Chicago. 1 I'rof. Whtelcr'i New l'otlllon. Took hverjrtliliiciu Mclit. nly been 68. '0J4IUBtUHig4iJTS riU l flKSOTtlL Chicago, Sept. 8. The temparature Chioaoo. Sept. a William Morton The velocity of light is 102,000 miles lu InvaillKata the toll itil 1'loia, Cochisk, Ariz.. SejL 11. Express -ine jx a second of time. From the sun reached the 04 mark Thursday, and six Wheeler, assistant professor of embryiji:iu.i.M, oopt. ;jvcriimer. train No. 10, on tho itheru Pacific, .ight comes to the earth in eight rain- - prostrations were reported. A lake ology at tho University of Chicago has was robbed here Satvdny night by as sent I'rof. Von Volki s, of the LUHIS HIM. Ill w'" iuh iniL ?'.!. h,. ln.TlirrTaarw ajrrnp. Tanur (looU. DmN ates. From some of the fixed stars of breeze, followed by a shower, cam. id a resigned to accept a similar poltio four masked men, whclblew tho safe Jnlvcrslty of Itsrlln, to th Corollnui in iimn. tvwii hr ilrutfalHla. the twelfth magnitude it takes 4,009 jrop of 15 degrees p investigate the Roll and t c llora. k wltl the University of Texas open and tcok every thifc in s'gliU .fears for their light to reach us. Sept. 8. The 33d tlonnl encampment of tho Grand Army of tho Republic came to an nnd Thurs- j J KENTUCKY Shaw Kleclad Cnmman4 tn.Chtef Herniation Adopted aaa the I'entlim Queitloa. IX Circumstances Philadelphia, iv Work on the. Government Plan! Near Indian Uend Hoing rushed. Alter Cases.' IncAstsofscrofuti, stU rheum, Ur,. dys-ptpsi- xdWodsSt ': J tel-gra- rn to-da- y mewf in 1 1 n Anglo-Transva-al $24 4 f, horiie-cointn-t- o - sub-por- t, to-th-o semi-offici- Tiaii-iviui- boiler-sealer- lS-ln- st f, .i m - m twenty-thousand- th hr LaeS. s s" y V' !., l'.PJn o.-riviiii- ft ru-iulu- em-tmc- - -l -- n, e ik-ctri- vr f. fr w . SJ ry j2 .. wr rj rTH'irfirrl.i S.' - w Ex-Go- v, Alt-cl- d Ait-b'e- ld elt-c- !'! Kidneys. Liver and Bowels Acts gcntly on the Inter-Stat- o Cal-hou- n sC -, gcv-ernme- so cra-)v- ,, 4B,tualCoNstpat.on Itffti m?yt? ,f f, Efi ViSf" .'"?; 4. I? 0sSBS39SS213Mri Ml if Rp . (pfvipr" ' fVffmy'-V- . ??W? vrvy!.!m,J igwiwiiii Swr(m I 7&'. DREYFUS GUILTY tie Receive! a Sentence of 10 Years, GEN. OTIS MAY REMAIN. THE YACHT RACE. Cutters Will Do Detailed to Enforce ItnlcH to Prevent Accidents. . THE FEUD RENEWED. It ' I'll Drift of Feeling- - t mi to llsva Tnraed In Favor of III Commanding tha Hcvcmio Army In the l'lilllppln. U on 'i Mere ltd Hint Creek In Which Four Killed-Sev- en 'hat a llattle Wat Feat at ff . Wounded. London, Ky., Sept. 12. The opening Wahiiinoton, Sept. 12. The frionda of war between tho Orlllln nnd l'hllpot of Gen. Otis aro becoming hopeful that Alto to lravant tho Interference of Other faction In Clay county began Sunday they will succeed In having him reVetsel In the Itaca llet ween tha CoKxpeet to 11 Heleated by October lg, night. Tho house of Widow tained in hi present command. Last lumbia autl tha Shamrock for Five Year rrout the Data f former wlfo of Evan, brother of Deputy week they wero deeply dlscouragod, tha America' Cap. Condemnation That AIM U tb Sheriff Dave Chadwoll, the leader of and one, a high official of the war de0ilnlon of raveral Attorney. the Grlflln faction, was fired on from partment, openly admitted that ho beWahiiinhton. Kent. 11 Commodore lieved "popular clamor" would result J. PIcrpont Morgan, of tho New York nil sides. She escaped by throtving Kbn.ikb, Sopt. 10. Copt. Dreyfu nil in hit friend' recall and tho assign- yacht club, arrived In Washington horsclfon tho Uoor. All tho cattle, lound guilty. ment of Ocn. Miles or Oon. Merrltt to Monday and had a conference with hogs and dogs verc killed, and a noTIjo court' verdict sentence Dreytice was posted on her door giving her Sccrotary Gago and Capt Shoemaker, fu to ten years' Imprisonment In a fort- Manila. Tho prediction Is now being confi- chief of tho revenuo cutter service, on 24 hours to leave or bo killed It was ress. The court found axtcuuatinf dently mndo by Ocn. Otis' ndmlrcrs the subject of tho coming race be- by a body of horsemen whom tho GrifOlrcumstancos. fins say were Phllpots. FIvo judges voted for conviction and that ho will bo permitted to demon- tween tho Columbia and tho Shntnrock. - The jail here, which has two Grlfllna strate what ho can do with a largo Under tho act of May 111, 1890, tho sectwo against. During the rending of being censured for Ills fail- retary of tho treasury Is authorised In In it, li heavily guarded by men with army tho verdict nbsuluto sllcnoa prevailed ure to uiako much progress during tho his discretion to detail revenue cutter Winchesters. in tho courtroom. A rumor Is to enforce such rules and regulations battlo was also current hero that a Tho socialists arc particularly biltor. last campaign. fought Sunday In Clay Is Impossible, owing to tho conIt as may bo adopted to Insure county And tho excitement engendered by tho killing four men and wounding flicting Interests at work, to stato posi- tho safety passengers on of presence of their leaders is growing tively how the contest for supromucy steamers or other craft tatting part in seven. The rumor locates the battle hourly. ori Red llird creek, IS miles from (Sen. Miles' friends will terminate. regattas, etc, cither amateur or prollcNNi, ScpLll. Dreyfus has borne nro as There has been bcveral killconfident as aro those of (Jen. fessional, that may bo held on navigathe t.rrlblo shock with marvcloui Otis, of feeling ble waters within tho iurlsdictlon of ings there of late and tho battlo may but tho drift fortitude, ouo might nlmost say with have been either between the Mark-um- t now seems to havo turned in favor tho United States. Mr. Morgan said uuuntunil calm. Saturday ho teemed and Poberts or the SizcmorCs nnd Plans havo been adopt- ills mission licro wns to impress upon stupefied when Maltro I. abort coin of the latter, Aaliert, which four faction aro at war ed at tho department, however, under Capt. Shoemaker the great importance uiuulcated to hint tb verdict, but ha which Gen. I.awton and lieu. Mac Ar- of tho occasion to yachtsmen every- with each other. has slnco ratllcd. He panted a quiet night and uroio when ( hi orderly thur nro ench to be given n responsi- where, nud the necessity for great care B0YC0IT THE EXPOSITION. several and brought him water at 0 o'clock Suudny ble command ofoperationsdivisions, soon in preventing neeidents and any possijust as they will begin ble interference with tho yachts dur- t'ongri .iiiaii (ru.vmr ! morning, just as he did during thu No Nation as thornluy seaton is considered ut an ing thu race. It was necessary. luu Aftnril to Do It, b Such Artlon trial when end. Tho cavalry will bo under cc Capt. Shoemaker assured Mr.Morgnn oulil Itu an IiimiII t I riince. Mndamo Dreyfus and Mnthiou Drey, of (Sen. I.awton, white Ocn. that the supervisors of nnchorago at fut, his brother, visited him during tho command will bo composed New York had been instructed to conWasiiinoto.v, Sept-- 12. Representacuupo of tho nftcruoou, his brother principally of infantry. Ouo command fer with tho rnco committee as to their tive (irosvenor. of Ohio, who has just subsequently leaving for Paris. T)iu operate to tho north, while tho wishes and that everything posslblo returned from Hurope, spending part application to the court of revision wnt will other will probably cover the south. lakcu to lilin at noon by Maltro Lab-or- i' Tho president hns directed that tho would be done by tho commanding of- of the time In Paris, when nsked by a ficers of the cutters which would lo newspaper representative if the Dreyassistant nud he signed it. Sun- navy cooperate with tho army in the detailed to look after tho excursion fus verdict would hurt the Paris expoday he sjioko but little, though ho hat fall campaign, but it is expected its nud other craft following the race to sition, replied: ceincd in better spirits than might work will be generally confined to prevent any crowding or other inter"llcyond a doubt. No nation can liava becu anticipated. The meeting blockading. A few of tho smaller gunafford to boycott the exposition as a ference. with his wife was naturally very boats will, however, be sent as far Inbut both held up as well as land as the conditions will perm U possible. He said to her: "I am not COURSES FOR THE marines, too, nrc to play an imRACES. uneasy regarding myself as I shall The portant part lu the operation in the soon be free, but I think of you and vicinity of Cavite. Within a short my poor children. They w 111 bo braud-time nenrly 700 marines will be on as the children of a traitor." hand In the Philippines, nnd they will He l convinced that tho ten years ho assigned to duty In the southern '': I imprisonment to which he is sentenced part of tho Island of Luzon, which is ' i S will bo wIjmm! out by tho live years of of Ocn. solitary seclusion he has undergone ou the hotbed andttie Insurrection. bo (Jen. I.awton will MocArthur Devil's Win ml, and ho expects to be ro for tho campaign In their leaned by October 13, which will be territory. flvu year from the date of his formet toudrmnalluu. Hols so sanguine that THE REVOLUTION SPREADING. he has made nn extraordinary request , of his wlfo for a novel to read In ihe 1 he Inturgrlil leader, Oil Cllrtano Ha 10,000 .Men t'nilfr Ills Coin- - ' meantime, explaining that hit mind U maud A Fierce Haul Kiiu.hu so shaken and weighed down by recent event that ho needs to divert his Ponce, P. 11.. Sept. 12. The steamer thoughts and to try to get all tho Philadelphia. CapL Chambers, from recollections of tho last three tuonthi Venezuelan ports, brings news of the out of his mind. He thinks that read-lu- spread of the revolution and the wan a novel will afford tho desired Ing strength of the government. The mental re note and keep him from insurgent leader, Gen. CltrlanQjC.uttro, 4 - -- has 10, OOOmcn under his command. brooding!" Tho town Sunday was perfectly According to tho samo authority a calm. There was not a sign of a dem- strict censorship of cable dispatches onstration nor a cry for or agalnat has been established; mall matter is Dreyfus or the Jews heard anywhere. freely opened and a close watch is kept A number of jeoplo gathered to ses upon outgoing passengers. President Mine. Dreyfus visit the prison, but they A mil' iido has purchased a Spanish were quite respectful. with an equipment of eight guns, The troops nnd masses of gendarme fore 35, 000. who Saturday gave tho center of Sixty-sipoliticians, prominent Kcnncs the nppoarauce of a military among them Senor Hcrnanacz, nud tho camp have completely vanished. There editor of HI Pregannro, was arrested arc hardly any gendarme in sight ex- on Augtint 14, and more than f00 havo F cept near tho Dreyfus residence. whore Veen taken Into custody since. a few are potted. A fierce battlo was fought on August So far aa can bo ascertained military 23 near llarqutslmuto, when tha insurmen arc perfectly satisfied with the gents captured 2,000 government verdict which they Interpret as safe- trcopt and secured a largo quantity of According to tho direction of tho wind, tho couriet may be thtfted to any point guarding tho honor of tho army and ammunition. within he arc of tho circle as far over a the Jersey shore The circle marked Is ono Hook llRhtthlp, within which tho at tho same tlmo doing an actof mercy Senor Rodriguez, minister of tho In- yachti .mile In each directiona from the Sandy which all boats but tho Judges' will will maneuver for start, and from for Dreyfus who, they say, has terior, who resigned on September 6, bo excluded. Tho dotted lines tndlcatotho courio of thu yachts. expiated his crime in tho awful was arrested tho following day. i existence lie passed on Devil's Island, DriuuMlriitloiis In Favor of Drefut In nation, because such action would boa They point out that even If he Is sent THE DEMAND FOR IRON. llniiie. direct lusult to Franco: but Individuals to Fort Corte It will bo to receive KrMK. Sept, 12. Col. Panlzzirdi. re- can express their opinions, and In my henceforth tho humane treatment ho t urnace In I he Tennettee anil Alabama ferring Monday to the verdict at Ilen-n- judgment, thousands who wculd othDltlrlctt Have hold Their Full l'ro- has experience slnco his return to said: "I felt horror, but not erwise havo visited Paris will now reduntluu Far Into Neil Year. strangefnct ii Ouo Trance. Spontaneous demonstrations main on this side. This will touch the tho extraordinary dlffcreneo of opinion Chattanooga, Tonn., Sept. 12. Tho in favor of Drorfus havo occurred in French in a tender spot. Tho French respecting the exact effect of tho judgiron situation throughout tho south is nany parts of Italy. In Florence n people nre looking forward to making ment rrhcthor ho can bo degraded vs. I waleil liaosilLii wt tin St aitn.t.- i crowd shouting "Down with the Jesu a rrcat deal of money out of the show. situ uii'twt.vJ vauhvu utt.nunu again, and whether tho flvo years soil demands. Many of tho furnace?' its," threatened the French consulate. It is a good thing that the appropriaconlluemcnt he has undergone, dented tary t Tho police interfered and a fight ention for the exposition has been made. will bo rrgarded as equivalent to the trlcts nro sold so sued in which many persons were hurt. Congress would hardly be In the mood far ahead that I detention to which ho It novr ten years now to appropriate money." for foundry men nud smaller Twenty arrests were made. sen ten cud and ho will bo released impossible Itr, Adm. fur u liar to turceed Is quite consumers to ouiain iron irom incut Adra. next month. This matter Trunk Line to the Gulf. at any figure. Most of tho f urnKos ?ll)lOI, front tho general impression that aside AubtIX, Tex.. Sept. 12. If thero is Washington, Sept, 12. Tho navy dehavo orders sufficient to cousumo tiolr ho will be pardoned in a fow days by full production far into next car. no hitch in the plans now on foot, a partment reached a final determinaLoubet, who will find some President Iron in the Chattanooga and IlLfming-ha- trunk lino rond will be built from tion Monday to assign Itr. Adm. Norground o exerclso clemency. districts is soiling as hlg as 813 Omaha through Texas to the Gulf of man 11, Farquhar to command tho Maltro Dcmango thinks the flvcyears and 518.50 per ton, and It Is fr6ly pre- Mexico. Tho Initial step was taken North Atlantic squadron, to succeed will count for nothing' and that Dreydicted that 820 Iron will be A reality Monday In an application to the attor- Adm. Sampson, and to placo the latter fus, according to law, will have to ney general to permit tho consolida- in command of the Poston navy yard, within the next r0 days. suffer ten years' dotcntlon. Many othtion of tho Texas, Sabine Valley fc to fill tho vacancy caussd by the reHymimthy fur .Mint. Iirfrfua. ers, however. Including several lawNorthwestern, tho Sabine .t Hast cent death of Adm. Picking. The JIosto.v, Sept. 12. Heslutions of Texas, and tho Marshall, Tluipson .t yers hold a contrary opinion and detransfer will take placo on October 10. he will bo released lit Octo- condolence and sympathy with Mine. jabluo Pass railroads. clare that Decline to Kx1ilt.lt at I'arls. Dreyfus wore adopted jMondny and ber. Attempt to llrrak Into n Church. Nkwcasti.k on Tvnh, Sept. 12. W. Sunday afternoon cabled to her by tho Kvugollcal A correspondent Paims, Sept. 12. Monday evening nn D. Stevens a ship owner and royal They arc ns follows: "Tho interrogated M. Coupois, tho clerk of lloston,- shar- attempt was mndo by a baud of men, commissioner to the Paris exhibition, ou this point. Ho Hvangcllcal Alliance tho was most omphntlo In declaring that ing In tho Indignation of the Christian shouting, "Vivo P Anarchic," to break has declared that as n rcf.ult of the Dreyfus muM servo 10 years from tho world nt tho outr:;e perpetrated lu into tho St. Josephs church. Tho Dreyfus verdict ho will rot put his tho namo of justio on your husband, sacristan, nrmed with a gun, appeared foot ou French soil. Ho adds that date of a fresh degradation, the haviu considered tho case na begs leave to nssur you of our iyin- - in the doorway of tlio church and thousands of his countrymen will take beginning when Dreyfus appeared be- nathv and of our ravers to tho Uod threatened to blow out tho brains of tho same attitude. Several Important fore them, disregarding nltogathor hi of lovo and rlgl for speedy vindica the first man who entered. Tho crowd firms havo already declined to exhibit nt Paris. then retired. tion." previous sentence. Tho Court Stantllujr KIto to Two. I FROM ALL OVER a I THE STATE. I n i Chad-wel- l, WAS ONLY A RUSE. tier Love lletorned Whan Her er DROPPED A Bhelbyvlll DEAD. She Thought Had Taken 1'olion, and Ike the Innocent lama. Tayi.oiuivu.le, Ky., Sept. 11. "Thero is the stuff I took in my vest weket," were tho words of Julian while his sweetheart, mother and loving friends supposed him to bo writhing in agony from tho effects of poison taken in an attempt to destroy his life. Young Wigginton lives at Fairfield, and received a note from his sweetheart. Miss Julia Watson, informing him that slio did not caro for him any longer and for him to cease showing her attention. Ho went to a medicine chest, procured a bottlo therefrom and went to the barn. His mother followed him and found him, as sho thought, in tho ugonics of death. A physician nnd Miss Watson were sent for. Miss Watson, thinking sho vaa tho innocent cause of the boy's taking poison, Imm&'llntcly asked his forgiveness for writing the note and begged him to get well for her sake. Then it was that Wigginton uttered tho words that startled his mother and sweetheart. Wlg-(jlnton, flirt Danced Cotll lata s.t Night, Itetarneii Home'artd Died She Had Keen In Uood Health. t i SiiKt.nsvn.LE, Ky., Sept. (10. Mis Nellie O'Donnell, & prominent young lady, attended a danco Thursday night, and returned homo at 3 o'clock Friday morning. About 0 the arose and prepared breakfast for the' family. Shortly after sho complained of illness, and died lu a few minutes. Physicians attribute her death to paralysis of tho heart. I Man-chette- r. She had alwayaccn'in TOOst excellent health, and the only cause of her death that can bo assigned. Is tho intense heat that prevailed Thursday night. ,' AMBUSHED AND KILLED. Deputy Sheriff of Clay Connty Shot- -. Hob Smith, Who AccuinpajlodHIm, Feigned Death and KtcupeU. ! Mac-Arthu- r's g, C0LUMBIA-SHAMR0C- d ll Jr .I'M V '' lo Cat-Itu- g " - "If--- B f cSWM gun-boa- t, itl cm$ 1 x W urf? "Pm2:Ho0j ' A-- A stilll-clcntl- y e. ." sur-ifise- - .a ul-- Alll-anr- e. court-martia- l, - IlAinouiuiVH.LE, Ky., Sept. 7. A courier from Manchester brings news that Wash .Thacker. a deputy sheriff of Clay county, has been shot from ambush and killed. A mule on which ISob Smith, who accompanied Thacker, was riding was slain, but Smith lay motionless on the ground for a couple INDEPENDENT DISTILLERS. of hours by tho side of Thacker feignThey Meet la Louisville to Hear the ing death, and thus escaped assassinaof 1 heir Committee on tho Limtion. Thacker recently testified in itation Talk With the Trust. court for the Phllpots and against the Grifllns. These two factious 'arc said Loui.sviu.r--, Ky., Sept. 9. The indiv to bo preparing for further hostilities. pendent distillers of the state met UeitructlT Klre. in Loultvllle. Thursday at the Gait house to hecr Louisville, Ky., Sept. 0. Firo Frion the tho report of their committee limitation conference with the whisky day morning destroyed thesiove fountrust and to formulate plans for the dry of Ilrldgcford fc Co., causing a lost Insurance about 5100,000. Resolutions were of SJOO.000. coming season. adopted reciting the failure of the re- While going to the fire a salvage truck cent New York conference to effect an was. overturned and Sam Reese, a fire' While the agreement to control or limit the pro- man, was fatally Injured. duction of whisky, recommending llrldgcford fire was In progress, the that no further action in this direc- plant of the Phoenix Tanning Co., sittion be taken, and urging upon all the uated in another part of the 'city, was independent distillers conservative totally destroyed by firo owing to lack production in the interest of the trade. of engines. Loss 030,000; fully insured. John Zehnder, a spectator, was caught teeond Kentucky' Vacation. under a falling wall and his skull Lexington, Ky., Sept, S. Tho 2d crushed. He will die. regiment, state guard, encamped here, Wedding, The is enjoying a splendid vacation. ComLexington, Ky., Sopt. 8. At tho 11 from Newport will back its pany baseball nine against the Lexington Episcopal cathedral, Bishop liurton team. Thursday night the soldier otllciating, Arthur Draper, of Hope-dal- e, Mass., third son of William F. boys fired the queen's salute. AdjU Gen. Collier says the statement that Draper, United States ambassador to tho 1st Kentucky is to be encamped Italy, and Miss Lily Duncan Vorhei. hero is untrue. Ho says tho place has daughter of Chas. H. Vorheis, basker not nsyct been decided upon. Col. C C and capitalist, were married at noon Mcnglc and Maj. Gifford, of Louisville, Thursday. After the bridal trip tho are here, the guests of Col. Roger Wil- couple will live in Cambridge, Mass, where the groom is a student in Harliams. vard law hchool. Uoth I'artle Claim the Ilootter. I rudltt Will He Tried. FnA.NKKOiir, Ky., Sept. 10. Friday London, Ky., Sept. 9. John Man was the first of the 60 days before the general election day, provided by law, cum, charged with murdering James for certifying by political parties to Roberts from ambush white the lattci the secretary of state their nominees was sitting on his porch at his home at ami party emblem. The Goebcl demo- Uig Creek, near the Clay county line, a crats were first to certify, naming Goe- few days ago, was taken to Hyden, bcl as the nominee and claiming tho Leslie county, for a preliminary trial. rooster as an emblem. The Itrown He was accompanied by a largo numdemocrats will also claim this emblem ber of the White faction. within the next few days, and it is unCrushed by tho Car. derstood the secretary will give it to Lexington, Ky., Sent. 10. William, them. In this event tho matter will Marrs, struck by an engine in the Cinhe taken into the courts at once. cinnati Southern yards, early Friday morning, had his left leg and hand He 1 hanked the Juror. Ky., Sept, 8. John C amputated. He will probably die. Ho Wuitfsbuiio, Uurgy, formerly of Knott county, aged is a son of the late Johu Marrs, stewbarely 17, was tried Wednesday in the ard of the Eastern Kentucky lunatic Letcher circuit court and given two asylum. Lexington Aldrrnien Deadlocked. years in the Kentucky penitentiary for Lexinoton, Ky., Sept. 0. .Tho deadattempted cr mlnal assault on a Mrs. Sexton, of Kock house, a month ago. lock of tho Lexington board of alderUurgy is the youngest criminal ever men continues. The business of tho He city hns been tied up now more than sent up from Letcher county. laughed heartily on being sentenced, ono month, and nouc of the city emand said: "I expected live years, at ployes havo been paid for their services. There are two warring factions least. Thank you, gentlemen." in tho body. Shot lly lilt Little Sitter May Atk for Altance. MiDiu.Ksnoito, Ky., Sept, 7. James London, Ky. Sept. 8. George Phl!-po- t, Ilurchcll, a prominent young lawyer leader of the l'hllpot faction, it of Harlan, was shot and killed Tuesexpected to call ou Gov. llradley to disday morning by the accidental charge of a pistol in the hands of his protect him nud his people from tho sister, Annie. Tho girl Grifllths. Tho report says If this is not stole the revolver from a drawer, and done the Phllpots will turn on their placing it at her brother's breast, pull- enemy with a slew to the exterminaSho says she did not tion of the rival faction. ed tho trigger. think it would shoot. A New Land I ouip4iiy. Pinevillk, Ky., Sept. 11. The LauItohbrd and Knifed. Richmond, Ky., Sopt. 10. Lafayette rel Fork Land Co. has been with 850,000 paid up capital, Ducrson, a wealthy young farmer, was Tho company proposes to develop conl seriously stabbed here by Milton Dud-Iccolored. He had just emerged mines, petroleum nud natural gas ti from Alice Denny's resort, where ho Poll county. The compnny is c of Michigan capitalists, with us claimed to have also been robbed of principal otllco at Pincville, Ky. 8150. He-to- 1 'A rt 1 41 U Draper-Vnrh- ol inco:-porat- cd y, court-uiartl- al Fatally Wounded From Aiubuth. Charle Until It Dead. Pinkvillk, Ky., Sept. 10. A man Lexington, Ky., Sept. 7. Charles Davis, who was shot by Will McCann, named Helton, near Wright's, Letcher at Athens, Sunday, died Tuesdny. Mc- county, was shot by assassins from ambush and fataliy wounded. Cann Is in jail. Child 1'erUhed lu the Flame Tho stato Jackson, were sent Sunday to lending citizens board of henlt bulletin Monday night nnd clergymen Irrespective of race announced t'lt there aro no now cases and rellglou to take part in ti great of fever In yie clj or In tho state. Dreyfus protest meeting which will ho The city has, quintal down. Maj. Porheld this week In Cooper Union. Every ter Is still dhngcrifsly 111. leading Hebrew citizen Is ou tho Chief Jutli Huberts Dead. and will tako part. At this meet- llAt.TiMOUK, Sijt 12. Chief .lustlco Ing will bo appointed n committee of II. Kober of tho Fifth judimen of standing of tho financial, polit- Charles district, Is irad at his homo In ical and rclljjlous world, who will go cial !i years. Ho was Westminster, to Washington and ask tho president appeal to President a dcmocrntlo limber of tho forty, to make a psraonal fourth and forttilfth congresses. Lonbet, of France, fcr Capt. Dreyfu. New Mljfi, Will Unlit YoitK. Indignation Meeting. Invltntioni Sept. II. No fetln MliOatlvpt Sopt. 12. Court-.Mnrll- al coin-mltte- o at Wasiiinoto.v, Sept. 12. The great TAYIMleVILLK, Ky., Sept. 0. While Dreyfus Monday, by council of tho Improved Order of Ilcd Mrs. William Wood, of Shelby county, mutual ngreomont, expressed to tho Men opened here on Monday night was tempoiarily absent from her home president of tho republic, through with a reception to tho delegates nud It burned, and ono child perished. Gcu. Lucas, tho commander of the visitors, of whom there nro about 1,000 Two others who were home at the tlmo army corps nt llennes, their sincere in tho city. escaped. deslro that Dreyfus would not bo subtecretury limit for Vlccr I'reililent. Fatal Lightning troke. mitted to a fresh depredation. Chicago, Sept. 12. A special from Owenton. Ky Sept, 9. here was a Washington says: "Thcrn are whisperMillocnteil In n Well. terrible storm between Owenton and Paiiis, Arlc.Sept. 12. .Tames I. Morris ings in political circles that Klihu Monterey. Hnlf a dozen tobacco and his son WenkUy wero suffocated Koot, secretary of war. Is likely to bo barns were blown down. Tho. by foul air In n veil on tthc Morris tho admin titration candidate for tho was killed by lightutug near place near here Monday morning. nomination for vice president." r'ontcrty. IIkn.NKS, Sept, 12. Judcet' ltritteat. Tho judges of the Tim lied Men In Council. court-innrti- al t Tha residence of Joslah Anderson, south of here, with ull Its contents, was destroyed by firo Thursday morning. Tho family was In the orchard, nud an infant left in tho house came near boiug cremated. Ono person was seri, ously burned while rescuing it. Fatal Heat 1'roatr.tttoii. Ileililence mid Conteu t llurued. Ky Hoi'KiNSViLi.E, Sept. 0. Crlt-leud- Hofkinsvillk, Ky. Sept. 0. Joshua Wright, an herb dealer, of Kelly, died, suddenly Thursday morning from bo Ing overheated Wednesday, 'onjiU.a' 2 i r . r V hX iVM i r t ' 1 I I' For Young Democrats to Head. Preaching at Ml. Ilernion next Sunday. (Ion. Champ Clark, member of g Buy your School Shoes at Kico Congress from Missouri, In iV Baylor's. to mi enquirer, uives the Columbus proposed to hold a Fair Sept 37 aud 28. reasons why he is n Democrat, Your life is w hat you make it The viz : u contented mind. best philosophy We can furnish you with every- I u in a Democrat beciinse the thing needed to build with Bryan is booked for 40 speeches in principles of democracy consticonit Kentucky, commencing Oct. 2, uud tute the essence of gnrruuiunt tinuing 20 da.VH, for Goebel. of the people. PRICES, LOWEST VERY Some people keep the Sabbath so Democracy is the only hope of holy that they won't work any for three constitutional government on this or threo days after. davs before continent and throughout the enThe. Roes Leo is the name of a hno Rough Lumber, new Lee Line steamer soon to be put in tire world. Dressed Lmnlier, Democracy means the service between St Louis and Memphis. indows. Doors and i?ah and Blind, Fresh Ovtiters aud Celery receiv- quantity ol government compatiS& ble with the maintainanoe, well Shingles, Nails, ed daily at the City Bakery. Hardware. being and progress of society. Builders W K. Batvtell, a nsideut of Fulton, Paints and Oils. Memncracy means a return to and years ago a well known citizen of Lime, Ceuieut and Plater Hick'inau, was tried for lunacy, Mon- the simplicity of the fathers in Let us figure with you day, before Comity Judge Kearby, and official station. committed to the Asylum Demourncv is the onlj llrui and The great succor of Chamberlain's consistent foe of socialism, pa L. Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy ternalisni, anarchy and class in tin) treatment of lowel complaint has made it standard over the greater Democracy means tho political part of the civilized world. For hale by & Cowgill, llirkmau, and A. equality of all men, and that one Cowgill Railroad Time Tuhle set nl our citizens shall not tie M. Shaw, State Line. Put your boy to work if ho is not at enriched by legislation to the ImSt. L. R. K. N., 0. school. If thero is notliiug else for him poverishment of all others. AKUIVVS Democracy means LKAVSS to do put him to whitewashing the back fence, keep the lawn mowed and even honest and strict economy in the Trln So. M lt M P " Trulu So- .. ! I' ! p. Trulu Trla No. 3, cut the winter's supply of wood. Any- public service less thing is better than loading about tow u more money to the tans and end that the at the rear of a cigarette. condition of the toilers of the Our Most RecPDt Elections The Board of Health ot Fulton has land may be bettered. the the advised days, suspension of the schools Democracy means Jefferson's The following table show owiuK to the fact that for 10 relative political party strength there is now and has beeu for several wise aud Biiuuessful fonlgo poll weeks a .seeming epidemic of malarial in Kentucky the three lust gen- and fever trouble among children as cv peace, commerce ami honest friendship with all nation, entaneral elections: well as the older people." gling alliances with none. KENTCCKY'S VOtE IN' ISM Get your eyes tested at the Old Democracy means a restoration 172,4:16 Bradley Reliable free, on Johnson's Opthalmeter of the American Hug to the rich ICU.MJ Hardin in empire of the high h hs, from Will the llncst town. Pettit Geo. Millet Wm. Handle and House which it has been banished by the l,lS Demareo Kirk', three Hickman young men left greed, stupidity and maladminis357,057 Saturday night last, to enlist in the U. Total. S. army. They are to join one of the tration of the enemies of democBradley's majority over Haniiu, S.012. racy. new regiments being Hindu up for voir or 1SIHJ. Democracy meiiiiB frefdom of in the Philippines. The nuw regi2IS.171 MoKiuley Ls now reudevouged somu where conscience, of speech, friedoui of 217.SSKI ment Brvau Massachusetts, and will sail for Ma- the press and freedom of the bal C019 in Palmer nila sometime this fall. 4,781 Levering lot, and holds as among the highLouisville, will have a big celebra- est crimes an interference with or 415,861 tion Oct. Oth to 21st, inclusive, to bo Total.. known as the Louisville Industrial Ex- coercement of the sutfrajjea of the McKinley's majority over Bryan Ml. position, Street Fair, Midway Carnival people. note of 1897. Democracy means an enlarge of Fire, under tho direction 187,48! and Festival Shackelford t of Louisville, lodge, No. 8. B. P. O. Elks. ment and enforcementj or the H5U.U78 Bailer The railroads entering Louisville will Monroe doctriuo until shall bi W.66- Hindmau rate, and the come an irreslslable powrr among 7,274 sell sickets at a reduced Parker admission fee will bo only 10 ceuts. all the natious of the eat'h. 875,728 Total Democracy means tha all gov Shackelford's maj. over Bailey, 17,801. ernuiouts must respect Mir Hag It is not to be expected that tint and the inviolability of jur nil! vote this year will be near at large zeus wherever they maj sojourn or whithersoever they ey travel aa that of the Presidential 1897 will most in tho until the sentence , "I am an locomotives year, bat that of Tho largest Bhall fcowta safer nearly approximate it. Taylor world will soon be placed iu service on- American," the Illinois Central, between Carbon- uttBBport than was the M' fumed and Qoelel will get by percent- - dale. Ills., aud Fnltou, Ky. The grade i(0limritig Sum." is reel to relative streneth of ...their I on this division at placessharp44 The new ifc ., tho mile aud curves aro , , n parties, vvueiuer uruwu win iuu engines weigh 325,000 pounds, or over A NKQRO boy I Ki a a larger vote than all the combin- 162 tons. They are 40 tons heavier than abont practical the biggest engines on tho Burlington opposition of that yenr re- or Great Northern, which up to this ronudabout way it Washington ed They mains to be seen, bat if he does time had tho largest locomotives. each, last week. lie wax seen rolling haul 2,000 tons no more than that, Goebel will aro guaranteed tocars of 40,000 Douuds an iron hoop down Now York avor a train of 100 enue, between irenrth aud Fifth win. The gold Democrats who capacity each. streets about 0 o'o'ock. The hoop voted for Hindman in 1S97, will An advert Lsemeut In a newspaper dropped in the slot of the (Jily divide this year between Goebel. finds access to tho homes of tho people. and Suburban electric road, and It is not thrown into a wasto paper basBrown and Taylor probably Go- ket or the fire as soon as Its character Is when the boy grabbed it again he and got snob a shock ihat it sent him ebel aud Taylor gaining about known ns a majority of hand-billadvertising pamphlets aro. It is not iu the air. He ran away apparentequally from this source. The ignored, or regarded with either avershort- bat 'his Populist vote of 181)7, there are sion or contempt, as posters generally ly unharmed, feed rails hoop slot in the readers with thu circuited the mauy reasons to indicate, will be are. It comes to theof the journal iu and the whole Citf and Suburban authority behind it cast pretty solidly for Goeb,l, which it appears, and it confronts many system was out of operation for they most of their leaders like Pettit of them whenterms have tho leisure to some time. consider tho being in the field making speech Saturday ufteruoou young Claud Endured Death's Agonien. ea for him. Andrews, aged about 17 years, son of Only a roaring lire enabled J. M. Mr. Wm. AndrowB, and a companion of of Sail Autouia. Tex., to lie Mr. samo age, son War Department has or- about the both promiuent ofcitizensJus. down when attacked by Abtlnna, from The of Gourley, dered the organization of two Claybrook, Madison County, rau away which he sutlered for years Ho writes it often negro regiments to be known as from their nomes and went to Jackson. his misery' was sufferedso great that of seemed that he the agonies and Foty-nintSome time Saturday night they board-e- death, but Dr. King's New Discovery the Forty-eightu freight train north bound ou tho for Consumption wholly cored him. They will be organized at Fort evidently intending Ky., and Jefferson Bar- M & O. Railroad, Tenn., where young This marvelous medicine u tho only Thomas, to go to Kenton, known euro for Asthma as well as Conracks, Mo. Gourley had formerly been. They sumption, Coughs and Colds, aud all stolo tho rldo successfully uniil they Chest and Lung troubles. Price previous high recorilo will reached the place, when, in attempting Throat, 60c Trial and 1.00. Guaranteed. to leave tho train, young Andrews fell bottles free at all Drug Storm probably be broken by the corn beneath tho wheels and was killed. crop of the United States of 1899. The accident occurred sometime beOnly an accident can prevent it. tween midnight and dawn Sunday A canvass of the eight States morning. Obion Democrat. which raise tho bulK of the corn M m0 of the United Stutes warrants an Going to Build "f LOCAL NEWS. WHY UK LS A.riKMOl'lUT. TIIK DKEVITS HKCISION. This Spring? In considering the Heiiteuce of guilty passed li, the com martini on Drcjfns there are n nuinbet nf facts to be, Home in mind. Fiisi. that it is In Fruuce- second, that I - least P. SWTs! Ellison leg-isla.io- - perfectly the Government whal Its sentence should be, and that the vote, to 2, was hut part of the nine. The Government realized that the decision of tho mutt might involve the fate of Kiiuiue, ami It acted accordingly. Loubet, De Gallifet. stro- - g, determined aud hones' men. loo. ihe seem, were determined the trial of France be fore the win hi should ee se and m dared the hasty ending of the Drej fus matter The prisoner will no doubt be pardoned, be cause ' ezte- iiating circ.ountnn cos" wore found, mm ll there could be any extenuating circumstances , if a man wore guilt. of tr ason to his country. Then both sides hi-- Hppeased and France cleared h"fore the world of having wrong ed an Innocent man. ft" - cout received instructions an overwhelming majority of the French people, believe Drejfu guilty and any other erdlnl ma, have meant revolution, and, third, that Ins acquittal would hate meant the degradation ot the most conspicuous iuilliar, men in that cu it n try. All of this hhs no doubt, considered In rendering the de clslou of the court. We have not the slightest doubt but that the -- SHAW'S SHOE DEPARTMENT is a special line iipurl from till others. We curry Simon Irom the cheapest to the highest of prices, guaranteeing full value lor every Dollar Jo spent. A from large ami varied line of LADIES FINE SHOES About 25 (liflcrcnt kinds of Shoes, selling at, 85.00 and upward. A line of .$1.00 Shoes are selling at. wholesale. ! ilM - gjtf new (Much guns, designed further use in the United i States navy, can throw u ball for Thk I4 rrtlFinr II Pannrftw 11 f- - teen miles. The Best in the World ! I'UII CllltllOl .TlMk' Bargains IN Mlftltlli ! ser-vic- o la Furniture. Buy lug Otic of these Ranges One of its Htiougest Points is Its ECONOMY 4'nll nittl IN THE USB OF FUEL! llle-tlm- e Hakes Hiscnitn In 4 Minnies Buying a 'Miiioslio." mentis a Mghl llrmil in 40 Minnies. of Kconomlciil Oooklnd Hiiiiiiinr Them. Youll Itnj no (Hlicr. 1 Sec Buchanan's Cost, prices on Duck and In 18, Straw Hats. vv : l&n IlIK NJ Li Lredferd & Rogers? nrtha ., We are still ottering some rare tmrgnms in tin) Furniture line, consist-w- g of iffALL TllEES BED ROOM SETS. EXTEN- fSBli GROCERIES, WANT TO SUM. YOU f SION TABLES, Chain., Upholstered goods, Vo Come and taVo advantage of this Kalo at once. Fresh Meats, mlmi sZuirH i ERLO . Hardwa Queensware, aud (Vmenl, kTYOUW Hay, Outs, Hran, I.inie, s DOOR Stephens & Smith. PRICES WILL PLEASE YO. Phe Season for WHEAT DRILLS Gar-rettso- h d All 1 VA '- - - rf'v -rr w JCTlBjiJ!lJfl'LSsssssssssTsssswsssl m jHKk OUR MEN'S estimate above that of 189G, which heretofore has been the record and there is much in the advices received to justify the prediction that the crop will approximate 2,500,000,000 buBhels. 400 Mens and Boys custom-mad- e Snits go BH jMpSBin'v lsBBBKaMsmBmlHsssfsssmL ri''i "iJ gfaM l"Btt PVslH mmtJKRMm MMrfSaW at Cost at Buchanan's. Tho voters of Fulton County should bear in mind, amid whatever excite-ineu- t may pertain to other elections, that in November thoy aro to vote on a proposition submitted bv tho Fiscal Court, to build a new Court House, that is to authorize tho issue of $20,000 Fortunateiu bonds for that purpose. ly tho proposition to bo voted upon free trom any side issues, local Influences or political party bias. Democrats, Republicans, Populists and Prohibitionists, may voto for or against ; and no doubt will divide without rogurd to such alignments. It is a plain business proposition, in which each voter aud thu whole county is eqnully interested. That a iiew Court House is needed und desirable, is admitted by all, ami should have been built 20 years ago The ill condition of tho present building, perhaps, has been oxuuggrated, for this county proierty is yot very vuluable, but it does not iurnish needed aud necessary accomodations for tho county officers, courts, juries aud witnesses, and for tho safo and proper keeping of tho Fulton County Is small in records. area and population, hut relatively is one of tho richest counties iu thu state, and the citizens should view tho proposition with tho Bamu interest they wduld upply to their own attain. This paragraph is made with tho sole view of attracting tho attention of voters to tho nomllug proposition upon which tjmy will voto yes or no, in jfovuiiiber, ' IV jr. The money paid out by the government on account of nr ex penses last month amounted to $14,981,000, or at an aunual rate The Pliiln of about 8180.000,000 delphla Record figures it out that as the new troops shall he brought into active service aud the peml ing campaign In the Philippines pressed to completion the outgo will be still larger, aud tho margin till uarrower between the army appropriation to July 1st next aud tbe requirements of the Depart ment for the government year. It costs ou an average 81,000 a year to maintain a soldier iu the Fed eral uniform iu time of peace, and tbe Philippine army alone, when on a war footing, would easily absorb in a year the entire 80,00U,-00allotted by the Fifty flfih Oon LKr ssm jJRNISW is ii'AJaKJIW bB 6h wH 'B H B Ih.1 DUIM.S I m now liere, mill we have Furnishing VSimiWKAll, HOSIERY, Goods Stock WAS NEVER hO COMl'I.KTK. VHIGH large Mock n KKN I'lJt'K Y and HQOSIKIl lie sold. Also, a large assortment ot nn hnnil that must that wo will sell at a llig iAcounL (rom We menu just what we say. Call and se th. C3FlWzE3 !13XJC3rC3rIE3S 5.00 to S7.A0 on the Huggy. UAXDKMtVMEFS. SUSI'KNDRKS, COLLARS, QUFFS, Q LOVES, SKVKH'KAR. sE. E. REEVES Siieeessorn to Sanders & Hccvps. & CO.. DR. S. K. DAVIDSON ff. F. kEiTLET, : Attorna-at-La5, DR. W. - II. BRIGHT, 1, 0 Latest Linen Collars, 10c. Styles iu Neckwear r"ceived every week. JD&Tltlert HICKMAN, KKNTUOKY Ofllco up HtJrH. Ioloombo Build PHYSICIAN. Otllce over Wilson's Book Store, gress to tbe War Department. From which it is to be judged that the time when the people will have relief from the war tax levy is yet in tbe dim and distant fit f?r?' FUitMSIIINO Goo is DKl'AKTMENT Rice & 1 Mr U CASH SHOE STORK, I Offlue over Oowgill & Oowgill's nrncr Htnrn. Will nructluo inkll ComUof tin. Ht.if.. ., . ,.-- 1 1 "r . 11 TTr.TWVf AW M. 1 1 .. Holcombe Building, M KXNTUOX1 t " J I d 1 1 i s i- - -- Tpr- THE HICKMAN COURIER. TUE H. & T, LEVEE. Com- Turned the Joke oh Him. Our KeronMlrraklngt'oru Crop. Contrucls to he Let. A French remnant ha Invent- tlrorge Warren. FRIDAY, HICKMAN, KY., : : : SEPT. Lake County Appoints missioners. 15, 181)9. Local and Personal. Ah. thin U true uo more, For the pure get left iw other do When they tucklu tho grocery store. Oily. Mrs. T. Swnyue la Who Will Build if 150,000 with lur big hHsket, triuilK Outside is Subscribed uud out Uuwu ueur I Chicago experts estimate that, (Frankfort HouudulsJUt. A dlBtiiiHUinhetl liiwyerHtiil io. from the ipportH at hand, the corn traveling crop of the United Stiitea will Itiolati of UiIh city w Wit' fritlu neat WlnoheHtervriien i each u totul of 2,500,000,000 btisb- ou tin Irish woman chiiih luto the car sis. This Is the largest crop oik ,,l'-- . record, besting tho record breakthe mWenalu ing crop of I88G by GOO.000,000 II W V P F Whentbp oomlaoior oaoif bIoiik bushels. While some ot the farmers who to follPMt furn the woinsn P"id tioiiililMinr are not in position to utilize their her moiit'V. null ibfl d by the Inwyer without u. corn crop will cotnplaiu of the low ptlees caused by the surplus, jot lecllnjf unyihinu. thereupon niild the eiioitnuus crop Is good for Thejjood wonmii to the luwyer: "An' fultli hii' why the whole people and means' food is It that the conductor IhUch the for the poor farmer and prosper-Ii- y lor the thrifty fmtner. Corn money of a Door Irish woumn hikI don't ask ve, who uaini4 to lie a is properly described as meat and bread. Even when Ibe market rich iiioii. for him thing 1" The lawyer (who had a pans) re price does not offer a profit for the giower, It can be turned nut My dear iimdain, I'm pliiMl: meal nt profit. The farmer who on my beauty." The woman looked at him for a feeds his oom to hogs and cattle pu-setrnv-eliiii; The I'ostofflce Department will send out advertisements ou Sep lember 15th for proposals for earning the mull iu Kentucky aud Tennessee for four years, from .July 1, 1900. Read III Editorial. From the Times, Hlllstille, Vu. I suffered with diarrhoea for a long time and thought 1 wus past being cured. I had spent much timo uud money and suffered so much misery that. I had almost decided to giyo up ull hopes of recovery uud uwait the result, but tlio advertisement of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy nud ulso some testimonials how somo wouUerf ul cures hud been wrought by this remedy, I decided to try it. After tukiug u few doses I wus entirely well of that trouble, nud 1 wish to say further to my readers uud that I am u hearty man and feel us well us I ever did iu my life. O. R. Iookk. Sold by Cowgill & Cow-gilHickman, and A. M. Shaw, State Line, Druggists. g lellow-nuffer-erto-da- "To thi pure nil thlugs tiro pure" visiting Uiiiou J&M f.. Percy Join Is spendiug u few weeks at Hot Spring, Ark. liuy your Shoes ut litct te Nuv lor h uosn snoo store. Mr. Bun Bockhum, wm down from Uulon (Jity thl week. JW Bt'Ht vulues iu School Shoei ut land iu Lake couuty, and that tho Lako Nayumi'h. Kick couuty bonds for $100,000 should not bo Mr. "lid Mrs, It. Mooro mid Mrs. iiMueu until sutlioittiit douatlous wero moiiieiit and then qulokly anawer will make a good profit on hia sources to ut least, Peter Ceorge spent Hunduy in wiitsouri. received from outside It is crop this year and will help the by ed: 'An' in that sot Thin ye must amount to foO.OOO. meat market for the consumer. court, and others well informed up- be verv near ye journey'i end.'' Alvin Young mill .It'.! Holm went tho to St. Louis, Sunday, ou Hteumt-- Ueor on such things, that if llfio.ooo can b The lawyer, who is not noted raisetl ami extsiuded by the people who OHITIJAItY. who In noted Ku Lee. uro Interested iu the ilevelojunent of for hia beauty, but hii braiiiH, enjoyed the jdkr t)r Fresh Oysters served in any stylo tho country, that the Hivcr Commission fur MihH Maktiia Cautkk fell asleep iu ut tint new City Uakery. will ullot 9100,000 or sutllclent amount-t- loo tuuuh to keep it, and ao e Jesus, Sept 8lh, lbl), after a lingering complete said levee, total cost of give it to the public Dud Metheny Is in chargu of thu illness of several weeks, which she bore Lee Lino olllce tttiriiiK 111" absence of which will tie $260,000. Tho Commissioners were also instructed to cause a NOT .1 TKIIK KKNTlIt'KIA.V. with the resignation aud fortitude that 1'eioy Joues. survey of the route to he mado and to only ii perfect christian life can show. Al Furis' iieutug, tlniM H. Hhuv., report the probable cM and also their The Weed, a weekly Tolmeeo She profchstd ruligtoiu4 uud joined tho Wus inspected Mouduy, tout is now a uoces of donations 10 ho next quarroauy for busuitiet. terly court iu October Tuo action of Journal imlillshed ut Lnulsvjlle, M 1'. Church at ihi) age of J 7 years, ami, until Cod called lor, Ring up Wl when you want the court was unanimous, am) llres the I'ollnwing: hliota at tijint- - one long, lienutiful. sacred her lire was poem. She prevailed, lu thp selection of irti.li Hulls, Uread, rruliH. Mils una tho commiMiononi it was generally' ' tor (Jonliel : lived a (inlet, uuussumiug, christian Cnudie. agreed that the selection was appropri"How in the world does Suuiitor life, ulwuys following the Uoldeu Rule Cliflou Steele returned Monday ate, an it represented tho districts you (loobfl nxpeci lo be Governor of of doing unto others asMixs would have others do unto you. fniui a visit to relative at Hickman. Martha let and that Voted iu the election Uulon Chronicle, so nearly unanimous, J. C. Har- the gloat Slate of Kentucky lifter her light so shiuu thut others seeiug her thut he mi gotxl works were ChairNo D. Mr. W. 1 Tuylor and Mr. J. F. ris, No. '.', O.No. Dlllard,Nathan3, Wyatt, iniiiouiidng tho 'not or drlnkh I glorify our Father surely coustrujued to I nud who art iu heaven. man Wyuu tlier ehowH, aiuokea Royster, of Fulton, were in Hickman No. 6. When death placed his icy baud upon By Kid, 8uh," he in not a true Tut winy, oil legal biwlnens. her, There is uo question ubout tho that the that forbids himsell uear, aud she know a perfect end wnss wllliug-ueslM'ing progressive levee men Keutuukiaii she expressed It '1. McNubb, and family of Jor inUul.Ing in what to go, her ouly regret being that of dun, thiit county, left taut week' for Ne- from start to finish nud also tho quar- the ple.tsurea of terly court stands the same way, at hiia given nit the greatest diminu- leaving her loved ones behind. osho, Mo., their future home. magistrate. While tion the world over. And to add She is gone, aud her vacant chair by least 12 out of Mm. H. O. Alexunder has returned to uo ofilciul action was taken in any othto nil thia, iu a State where pretty the old hearthstone is a sad reminder to her home at Fl. Worth, Tx., after er dlrectiou than the Hickman uud girls ure aa thick aa tiles iu Aug- family and friends of their great loss, HlL'kiuaii several mouths, but wo should be submissive to the will Slough Lauding route, yet there was a general interchange of sentiment amoug ust, lliia very aame man that Is of the blessed Master, for what is our haM returned to her Mr. Win. licit tho members of tho court suniciont to asking to be honored with the, loss is her gain. And to thoso who lovhomo iu Marlon. Ky,, after a pleasant show that If this most desirable entergirls ed her, we would say, cheer up, for visit to her brother, J. H, Belt, near tliu prise cau uot bo accomplished, thut Governorship has given out reuiaiuH a 'There la uo death ; au angel form cold heart, uud city. would protect nearly till of Lake couu- the Walks o'er the earth with silent tread, Goebel ia a brilliant bachelor. Misses Mabel uud (Jessie French ty, nud n part of Obion, Dyer and FulHe bears our best loved ones away, ton counties, that they can and will iuuii iu luutiy ways, but the galwill attend school thU winter lu Aud then we cnll them 'dead.' City, and will soon leave for build a leveo down thu Lako and pro- lantry of old Kentucky will countect ubout of Lake before voting for a tuau, that "Ho leaves our hearts all desolate, that point. He plucks our fairest, sweetest flowers, ty. This they tMtimute would cost with impunity, paaaea ho many Mr, A. F, Oliver was called to Cairo, ubout i0,oou, without asking any thing good things by. If the Senator Transplanted iuto bliss they now 11U., Itut week ou account of Hit) Hurl whatever from others. A very respectAdorn immortal bowers.'' ou illmwt of hU itou, Jan. Ollrer, of able minority of the people of Luke promises to do better iu the fuOne "Who Lovku Urn. that city. county wuut this route iu preference to ture there inu.v be u chuueo of liis Misses Marie llruvurd. Mabel uud the other, and ull of thu people want becoming Governor of Kentucky." I Lydla Ooaliler and 15 etude Cao left ou this if tho other cannot bo made. To the Uoorgla Lee, Sunday, for a irlp to sum up publto sentiment, among our THAT CAKTKIt CASK. ollltilala uud the entire citizens of Lake St. Louis. Wednesday, Sept 20th, 1899 euuiity, there will not pass out of Heel Mix Abbie, the adopted daughter foot Luke more than one more overtlow While France la iu a turmoil of Mr nud Mnt. Mat Adams, of thU going westward. over the Dreyfus case the Uu Ijedl On tho above date, I will, at thu La- city, U vlitltlng MU Kuilly Thomas, pled o Hotel, Clinton street, Hickman, at State Line. States has a parallel in the c cr for sale to the highest bidder for property as follows ! e against Oaptaiu OberllVrjA' Th ralerumloucrop luIU bot outfit, ull Hotel Range, iuuii in'iuw iiicsniuu ui line, unit uur with the di erence thut Vtirtho Dining room all Kitcheu uud Tableter, colored population are feasting on their Furniture ter is undoubtedly guilty of dls ware, favortto fruit. Piano (lu gotxl order) ; Bedgracing the army and robbing the steads, Mattresses, Dressers, Washstands Tho uext regular meeting of tlm Chnlrs, Tables. &o. government. Hickiuau Building A? Loan Association to commence ut IU a. in. Goods Republicans realizo that the Sale bo sold ou will Ut held at the court house next account Thursday night, WUt Inst. case is going to out a prom mustto move to Puragonld, of my intenCarter tion' Ark. Death of Uourley Brevard. iueiil figure In the campaign of M. AMBERG r I perfect-harmonto-wirs From Lake County Prem. A spoclal session of the county court was held on Inst Tuesday, Sept. 5th, to declare thu result of the election held on thu 3rd day of August, uud to appoint luvee commissioners. Tho Chulr-ma- n appointed us such committee, J. U. Harris, C. D. Dlllard and Nathan Wyatt, who woro sworn iu ami entered into bond. They were instructed by resolution, or order of the court, to cuuso a canvass to be madu in Fultuu couuty, Ky., uud Ubiou ami Dyer counties, Tuuu., for douatlous to help build thu leveo from Hickman, Ky., to high bridge," which is uot a bridge sustained by balloons in the air. but supported by iiihII balloons or air bags on the water. For a river 100 yards wide, 200 bags are required, and 100 men can build the bridge In Ipsa than an hoar. A platform of twpinj-onwooden rafir. end to end, and tied by ropes, ia laid upnu the ed a 'baloon e bugs. This iipw pontoon ia actually iu use in the French army. Was s l, The Bravery of Woman grandly shown by Mrs. Johu Dowliug of Butler, Pa , lu a three years' struggle with a malignant stomach trouble that caused distressing attacks of nausea uud Indigestion. All remedies failed to relieve her until she tried Electric Bittters. After tukiug it two mouths she wrote : "I am now wholly cured and can eat anything. It Is truly a grand touic for the whole system us I guineU iu weight and feel much stronger since usiug it." It uids digestion, cures dyspepsia, Improves appetite and gives uew life. Only COo. Guaranteed at all Drug Stores. Yes!. We Struck To Buy Our Medium Lines The MARKET Right, Fall- - and -- Winter SHOES. WE HAVE gathered together so many Cheap aud Medium Shoes for Little Folks, that it is easy to select just what you want, aud we make the prices so low that they are easy to pay. t vis-ititi- g OUR FALL STOCK Wiwli-iugto- u Uept-tal- e three-fourth- s School Shoes I IS NOW READY FOR YOU. AUCTION SALE YOU ure not lookiug for $4.00 or $5.00 Ladles and Misses Shoes, when you can buy hero the same Shoes for $3.00 to $3.50. THESE ure tho best mokes, m Viol Kid, Bos Calf, Calf uud Kid Lined. Every pair warranted to fit and wear. ALL our School Shoes ure Sowed Free if they Rip. - Supply your wants at Hick in an's Greatest Store. Everything 1 going at cost. -- li&Kft)IW -- Mr. Clourley Brevard, a most worthy fy are protesting against the de Nalt uud excellent cltUcti of this couuty, lay iu meting nut justico to this Powell warehouse and vacant lot Hecaimo disappointment driven men died, Friday morning, tho 8th iust. He discredited and dishonest officer. Captain Garter wuu tried by alongside. Few plows at half price. to drink U probably tho reason why ho was 03 or 01 years old, never married, ami gin Gin maiiy of them go out U'tweou tho acta had uo relations nearer than cousins, court-martia- l over a year ago and Corn warehouseflue Torn outfit complete Sheller, teuce Crusher, was retired and unobtrusive lu habits, of a theatrical performance. and therefore uot extensively known. found guilty of huviug stolen from Loom, Warehouse Scales, all iu ruu-uln- g That it U much easier to go down Ho was a brave nud gallant order. Money making busiuess the government over 1 000,000. than to come up I illustrated in tint dif- crate noldier, and was a true man lu all He wu- - sentenced to a flue of never failed to make, money in gin busference in time it totik to sink shljis by the relations of life. He was, we be- $10,000, three years imprijonuietil iness. Most deslrablo lot lu West HickDewey and raise them by HoImoii. man, old null comer. Flue largo tiro lieve, a member of tho Methodist army. and burglar proof safo. church, and sincere iu his taith an a and dismissal from the Mm. b'uima Baltzer left Sunday for There whs not the slightest Powkll & Bito. christian Isillever, He was buried at LouUvllle where she will moot Mm. Mt. doubt of his guilt. His case was 'ion, Sat unlay. Sydney Dodds, and together they will .Sale. Fair ill reviewed by thirty legal nd milvUit Mnt. Ben Kuykendall, at Dawson itary officials, and nil found con No Speaking. Tho farm uear Hickman, known as Spring. W. Powell Hon. Ward Headloy, advertised to elusive proof that he was a crim the G. Is offered place, near Dyersburg We ulways think that if wo had for sale. 100 ucres 54 Hut Carter has retained his road, stH'iik in Hickman, Monday, arrived ou inal. our live to live over we would avoid time, cleared, very good houses, orchard, &c. but was too unwell to sneak. On freedom his commission aud his For all tho old mistakes. Thin In probable, further information, apply to but wit would tw very apt to make, on ly a small crowd was in attendance, pay. Geo. Waiuien. ami these by misunderstanding divided new many some going to tint court house and othMOKE WAR TAXES I SIIJIIT. gJT 1 positively will repair your ers to the City Hall. Hon. H. D. Alwatch or clock at lorn than tho cheap-t-M- len did uot appear, thu cause being unThe enlistment of practically all I lmve tho experience, tools and known to the Courier. can execute the work. Your truly, the 35,000 provisional army will K. W. Buck. KVKUVTIIiaiO IS tax the resources of tho treasury a boy ceases whittling coon department to provide funds for Nici and CUan, song uud attempts, ''Then You'll Rethe large expenditures made necmember Mu," ho needs no urging from hU mother to keep hi factt and hands essary. In spite of the glib asI Buchanan is closing 11)00 out at Cost. and many leaders of the par. For er llenl. r Bread IS THE STAFF OF LIFE MaiiiiiiiMlplv LBHLiiMr J 1 iSy AND TO GET . . . for m GOOD FRESH BREAD m OO TO THE ou. t MJT Hew city Bakery. t. 3 Bread, Cakes and Pies Baked Daily ! lIKvVrtUA.ItTI!llH I'Olt Tropical and Domestic Fruils, Fine Chocolates and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco. kV Buy your Carpets and Mattings at H. Sale. N - To our old friends and customers, wo wish to announce that we have bought tho large stock of tmpleuieuts, Buggies, s Harness, t&o , previously owned by tte Heeves, and wo propose to make this stock second to uonu of tho kind in this end of the State Call uud see us and satisfy yourself that wo mean to of L. P. & W. S. ElitHOU i uud W. H. soil goods and sell them cheaper than B.iltzer, of Baltzer & DixldH, are iibncut ever before. K. K. REEVES & CO. thU week in tho largo cltim, buying full and wluter good. Looks Better for (Joebel. FT. begiim to look a tritle brightIt er for Goebel in Kentucky John Young Brown is suggesting harmony and proposing that all liuiide withdraw and hold a new If John Nannie. Kingman nil! leave primary and convention Mr thought for a moment west week for Cincinnati to vIhU tho Youug and ially of Mr. O. B. Klngumu,wherefrom that he had one chunce in twenty hIio thuMoo to Wttsliiugtou City, of being elected he could not bo will MBialu Hovcral weeks visiting hor hauled nut of the race with a six ouhIm, Mr. OhoM. Warron. yoke ox team. Memphis Com Mr. II. It. Keathly, accouipunied Appe.il. by her father, J. S. Belt, will leavo Sat- tnerclal for Barren Fork, Ark., her future urday Statistics which have been homo, whero her huMbaud him accepted fho priuolpaUhip of tho high school ut collected show the average cost 4hut placo. Succeiw to them. of raising wheat to be 04 cents a Mm. Alexlilco, of the Poplar Urovo bushel, and the cost of corn !27 uoighborhiKKl, linn beon hoveriug cents, lu both cases there are life ami death for tho past four included inlet est ou the value of weeks uuder tho ouroful attention of tli Uud, with the oust of luiple-mipour uoblo phyHlolun, Or. Furls, mid U Added In. and nuoaHoert fiouyaleiKWif by IiIbj, QW old-iftt clean every day. Uls Mary Shuck, daughter of Capt. Win. Shuck, and a uiiMt twpular and youug ludy. Is duugerously ill witli typhoid fever, ut the home of her pureuU, near Jordan l)r George Beeler, one of tho physiciuus and tiest esteemed citizens of Hickman county, died, at Inn home iu OIluiou, Saturday hut, after u long and lingering illness. Jiw. K. FiKiua, reprcHouting thu huuite of H. O. Auiberg; L. P. KIlUou, Buchanan's Closing OT I CE Sail-iter- Buchanan's Closing Big Bargains at Sale. Republicans that 'there is plenty money Insight' it is ku wn that the treasury officials are uot a littley disturbed, and already have been casting about to fisoovei new articles for revenue. taxation for iuternul The Republican party managers AM. KI.AVOKS, would like to avoid another bond COCO-COLA- , issue, "poptilur" or otherwise. They also would like to be able FRUIT NEOTA It, to promise the peoble that some PHOSPHATES, of the troublesome stamp taxes . ICES will be abolished in the uear fuCRUSH ED FRUITS ture. They cannot do both, with approximately 100.000 men iu iho and LEMONADE. field. They can avert more bonds ALL AH only by imposing more taxes, and certain artiules now are on the COLD AS ICECANMAKE THEM. Drugs will list an probabilities. be called ou in stand additional A FKKHU SUPPLY OF burdens, and lie wisdom of a heavy tax ou all firearms is being of surances Fnsh&nd Cold FRESH OYSTERS.fcw uud CELERY RECEIVED DAILY I 0da Water, Fresh Oysters served iu tiny style, uud ut all hours. Come See Us I Telephone 99. New City Bakery. W. R. WEBSTER, DEALER IN I i li; M AIM kl AND TI111H WIIUS, considered. Word to Mothers. Mothers of ollldreu uu"ected with croup or a sovero cold need uot hesitate to uduiiiilster Jhuuiberlaiu's Cough Remedy. It coimius uo opiate nor narcotic in any form 'aud may bo given as confidently to tie babo as to an adult. Tho great sucoest'thut has attended Its use in the treatmuit of colds ami croup has wou for It tli$ approvul and praise A Lowney s Chocolates, (TIIK Kl.tKNT TANDY MADK) SOLK AQKNT FOR "STAN HARD" Linoolti County. Peabody Club. UNION UHY, TENN. Received Every Week! SPECIAL OFFER Dkak Sir: I ie d omt tt has received ttfoughout the Uuited States aud iu inaiy foreign lauds. For sale by Gowglll k Cowgill. Hickmau, liU( JU i A, M, Bn(tW,HUte LitiUj Druggu' DUUtiUIHTN, am enabled to sell, and hereby offer you, four full 'HOLLWOOD'' Seven year oldDoable Distilled, BYE (marts of WHISKEY, for $S.OO, EXPRESS PREPAID. I propose to ship on approval, in plain Boxes, with no mark to contents. When you receive it and test It, if it is not satisfacIllilJ, tory return it at my expense and I will refund you 13.00. Thia ib a mum liberal utter, and I await your orders, Yours very truly. F; " m jj.- - Y snfeuu ffW?'-t- "VlpT--'r- V.A hi N the soul Is Immortal; there Is a man ad Scripture texts and gentle stroking ELECTRICITY FROM HEAT. A WORD OF WARNING. GENERAL PROSPERITY. of the hot temples ami stories of that who will deny it. I tuny stand here nnd Innd where they never have nay palu. say we nre lost nnd undone without The One Who Suites Tills Ureal Z'k Ilaillcal Departure of tlio Ad- - Itcpalillcnni Clitlm All Credit foi Men knelt down over the wounded aud Christ; there is a man who will contra fiolilcm Will llreclva tulnlstrntloii 3ln- Unto Dr. Talmage's Stirring Sermon an said: "On which side did you fight V" dict it. I may stand Hesulls of World-Wil- e hero and say there Hlcli Hcttnrtl. Conditions. Results. Women knelt down over the wouuded will be a Judgment day uftcr awhile; The Queens of Home" Is some one who will dispute It and na id: "Where are you hurt? What yonder The great problem likely to be President McKlnlcy's expansion polWith their usual disregard of truth nice thing can I make for you to cat? But a Christian woman In a Christian In the twentieth century Is the solved icy Is said to fat or the permanent holdtransthe republican politicians are claiming Heroines of the Flrcalile and flip Hat What makes you cry?" while household, lltlng in the faith nnd coning of tho Philpplnos nnd their formation of bent into electricity that thu business prosperity of the Mlnlstt-rinitlcllctil AnneU wc ni en arc sound asleep in our beds sistency of Christ's Gospel nobody can When this Is accomplished, by three American comnils-iloner- United Stales' Is owing In tho election Wlmt Ilrr Chief Drilrc there will be n light in yonder loft; refute that. The greatest sermons nre Biddy in the morning will to Hiipplnnt the military of McKlnley. Sliittilil lie. there will be groaning down that dark not preached on celebrated platforms. the bent of which will fill start n fire, when the Aguinaldo rebellion n series of Doubtless tho business prosperity of alley; there will bo cries of distress in They are preached with nn audience of storage batteries shall havo been crushed. that will the European nations Is also owing to Copyright, Louts Klopscn, 1SS0. cellar. Men will sleep, and women two or three, and In private home life. the work of the household do most of that It Is reported from Washington that the election of McKlnley. durlmr the A consistent, consecrated Christian will watch. thy, illiimiiintlng the dwelling, pro- tho president will urge this policy upon When whent went up to a dollar or Again, womau has a special right to sort lee is nu unanswerable demonstra- pping the In this discourse the opportunities at machine funs, running the congress, and use all the Influence nt more a bushel the republican shouters tion of God's truth. women arc !ct forth by take care of the poor. There are hunusefulness for his command to bring nbout Its udop-Ho- claimed that "McKlnley did it." I speak to women who have the eter-nn- l sewing machine, operating the dumbDr. Tnlmuge, nnd many sympathies an? dreds and thousands of them all otcr In view- of his recent strong waiter and so forth. This, how ever, is But men of sctm; know that tho famsalvation of their husbands In stirred anil memories recalled. The the laud. There is a kind of work that only n faint suggestion of the advan- declarations In favor of establishing ine In India nud tho short crop lu Artext la Solomon's Song C. a: "There are men cannot do for the poor. Here comes their right hand. On the marriage day tages to be gained by the tliscotery I American supremacy In the Philippines gentina did it. a group of little barefoot children to the you took nn oath before men nnd an- spenlc threescore queens." of. Kleetrlclty will then become there Is no reason to doubt the Now, what wns the direct result of , So Solomon, by one stroke, set forth They need gels that you would be faithful and door of the Dorcas society. of this lntest outlining of his McKlnlcy's election? Let William J. nn exceedingly cheap source of enChristo ta clothed and protided for. Which kind until death did you part, nnd I the imperial character of a plans. Bryan tell you. Be says: you nre going to keep thnt oath, ergy, and the sun's rays may In- even tian woman. She is not a Jate. not a of these directors of banks would know-hoWhether tho people of the United employed to manufacture the fluid. If, "More bunks failed the first six a tauten. hireling-- not n subordinate, many yards it would take to make but after that parting nt the grave will as does nut seem unlikely, u twentieth-centur- y States will support the president In this mouths after the election than cterln In n former sermon I )mwy1 yvu that that little girl a dress? Which of these it be eternal separation? Is there nny Intuutnr finds a practical ttav radical departure from tho history of the country. Jf had crown and courtly &ttciKkU k! im- masculine hands could fit a hat to that such thing ns an immortal mnrrlage, of harnessing the tides, the Intterwlil American principles is tho greatest is- been elected It would hato been laid nt perial wan rota wer act Btvosary to little girl's head? Which of the wise making the flowers that grow on the top of the sepulcher brighter than the produce at tery slight expense nil thu sue of foreign policy presented since my door. More business houses failed make a queen, but that $:raoe of the men would know how to tie on that those which led to the war of 1812. It election wilt givif coriMMtion to heart ami life of shoes? Man sometimes gites his gnrlands which nt the marriage ban electricity required to run nil the ma- Is upon adherence to the Monroe doc- the first six months ufter tho time bethan ever In the same period of chinery and to heat anil Illuminate all nny woman. 1 toweU ytwt at oce at charity in a rough way, and it falls like quet ttoodcil the air with nromn? Yes, trine thnt the United States gotern-men- t fore. If 1 had been elected all this some length that woman's jositon was the fruit of n tree in the cast, which I stand here nn embassador of the most the houses In the United States. logically bases its claim to su- would have been my fault. The houses of innt.y rich men proclaim the banns of nu higher in the world thaa usaa's, and fruit comes down so heavily that it high God to ore run to n great extent bv elec- premacy in this hemisphere keeping "Times got so bod that some jieopln had often ir 'ortal union for ltlfat although shesuffrage. shebeen de- breaks the skull of the mnn who is try hands In the grace nil thoe who join tricity, which lights them, hands olT the and always ing to gather it. But woman glides so tcntllatcs tho powers of old world worldrequiring thought that I had been elected, nnd one nied the right of of Christ. O woman, tho old to keep mnn from Tcxuk wrote and congrntu did vote, and always, would tote by her sDftly into the house of destitution nnd is your husband, your father, your son, them and eten operates the family latcd me. But I have not been drawing This kind of eletntor U It- iinuits otr tlio new. influence, and that her chief desire finds out nit the sorrows of the place ntvay from God? The Lord demand" The people of this country recognize a salary nor have I been appointing new ought' to be that she should have grace and puts so quietly the donation on the their redemption nt your hands. There self a very new intention; it hns no the fact that the problem rightly to rule in the dominion which table that nil the family come out on nre prayers for you to offer, there are attendant, but is so controlled by the nent disposition of the of the perma- cabinet ollleers to fill tho places of thosn Philippines is who hate resigned. exhortations for you to give, there are int Islble force stored in great jars seriously perplexing has already won. began an enu- the front steps ns she departs, expectshe nnd Mint it de"'Times got better, nnd the goldbug of lead nnd acidulated watir In th; batmeration of some of her rights, and now ing that from under her shawl she will examples for you to set, nnd I say not, .1 resume the subject. ns Paul said to the Corinthian woman: tery room that it is nssafcnntldoclle ns mands the most earnest deliberation be- cattie out and Mildi 'See; didn't 1 tell thrust out two wings and go right up fore conclusive action Is taken. They you what would happen If the gold In the first place woman has the spe- toward Beaten, from whence she seems "What know est thou but thou shalt any wclbtruinctl sertnnt. Anybody who hope, however, that the settlement of ticket wns elected? Didn't I tell you wants to make use of it presses ii butsave thy husband?" A man was cial and the superlative right of bless- to have come down. the problem may rest on n consistently that gold would be dUcotcred In llrlt-U- h nnd he Mild to his wife: "Rebecca, ton and the car comes rcHponsivelv to ing and comforting the sick. What O Christian young woman, if you Columbia?' and did not ctery mnn the floor desired. Stcnplnir nbonrtl. thu American basis. They know that from land, what street, what house, lias not would make yourself linppy and win the you wouldn't let me have family prat-erthe you laughed about nil that, anl passenger touches one of the scries the moment 'llnnl United States takes who discovered gold In the Klondike nib felt the smitings of disease? lens of blessing of Christ, go out among the formal nnd possession of the thousands of sickbeds! What shall we destitute. A loaf of bread or a bundle you got me away Into worldliness, and of buttons Intddt' nnd the enr transports Philippines n new epoch begins for this mlt that he had been mistaken? Tho . ... 1, ....... Il. . people who Mild In KSSfi that we lu.d do with them? Shall man, with his of socks' may make n horcrly load to me, nnu my rate is him to the floor he wishes to go to. country, and they are K1"" j"1 senlrd, and you nre the came of mv If the promises of electrical experts to the dctcloptncntft apprehensive ns enough gold were the ones to do tho rough hand and clumsy foot, go stumcarry, but the nngels of God will come of that epoch ns bling mound the sickroom, trying to out to watch and the Lord Almighty will ruin!" O woman, what knowest thou nre to be necepted, our dwellings be- bearing upon American principles nud most rejoicing when that was dlscov ered?" fore long will be lighted by clectrleltvi institutions soothe the diffracted nerves anil al- give His messenger hosts n charge, say- but thou canst destroy thy husband? and the welfare of tho Hotv plainly n frank statement of Arc there not some of you who have without wires. leviate the pnius of the distressed pa- ing: "Look out for that woman; cancountry. facts exposes the hypocrisy of these An extremely valuable product of ths tient? The young man nt college may opy her with your w Ings nnd shelter her kindly influences nt home? Are there It must be acknowledged bv unnreiu- - falsifiers who claim credit for nets of fcoIT at the idea of being under materfrom all harm," and while you are seat- not some who have wandered farnwnt electric furnace, by the way, is dlced thinkers thnt there is a menace Protjdetiee nnd seek to fool the people of ed in the house of destitution nnd suffrom God who can remember the Chris now being made in u largo nttaching to permanent American nal influences, but at the tirst blast by preposterous assertions. typhoid fetor on his cheek he says: fering the little ones around the room tinn influences in their early home" way at Ningara which Is the hunlett In thefnrrnst. It necessarily If there is prosperity, the people "Where is mother?" Walter Scott will whisper: "Who is she? Ain't she Do not despise those influences rat of nil substances sate the diamond, nnd menus the maintaining of n big nrmV conwrote partly in satire and partly in beautiful!" And if you will listen right brother. If you die without Christ tnererore serves extremely well as tin and the inevitable fostering of a spirit should gltc thanks to world-widwhat will you do with your mother' abraslte. compliment: By elcrtrolysli aluminium of militarism. It nullifies the Monroe ditions which mnke It xHlbe, and not sharply you will hear dripping down OIi. woman, In our hour of ease. through the leaky roof nnd i oiling over prayers, with your wife's Importuni- is separated from Its ore, nnd thus hns Joctrine nnd open the way for further la McKlnley, Chicago Democrat. coy and hard to please. Uncertain, the rotten stairs the nngel chant that ties, with your sister's cntrentles? ben brought to u point of oiercdliii colonial acquisition beyond thu limits SECOND TERM FOR M'KINLEY. When pain anil anculsh wring the brow, shook Bethlehem: "Glory to God in What will you do with the letters they cheapness, while by the mine means of the western hemisphere. It tastly A ministering angel thou! used to write to yo-- with the memory ordinary brine Is separated into two Increases the choiiccs of war with I think the most pathetic passage in the highest, and on earth peace, good tho Olistirlrs In Hip War "' of those days when they attended you talunbleprotlucts-chlorln- e for bleach- great powers of Europe and renders ell the Bible is the description of the will to men." linn .trlir In Inttrinounl- so kindly in times .f sickness? Oh.'if ing, nnd sodium for soap manufacture. n constant state of preparedCan jou tell me why a Christian wom lad who went out to the harvest field nlilp Army. there be just one strand holding you Electricity is now recognized as a ness for such wars. It changes comof Shuncm and got sunstruck press- an going down nirong the haunts of from floating oft" up an that dark sea. I most useful agent in medicine, belnir pletely the attitude in which this goving his hands on his temples and crying iniquity on a Christian errand never AH Is not looking well for theircond-terout: "Oh, my head! My head!" And they meets with any irdignlty? I 6tood in would just like to lake hold of' thnt employed in n great tnriety of wnys. ernment has Kood before the world boom. In fact the skies nre dark strrml now- and pull you to the bench In some complaints it hns'n X said: "Carry him to his mother." And the chapel of He'-throughout nil Its pretlous history. Chalmers, thr nhrW. of It nnd rumor has It that tho wife's God, forth stimulating function, ami If we nre to remain a liberty-lotin- i then the record is: "He sat on her daughter of the celebrated Dr. Chal- For the sake of outside leaders of lili twrty re tery it has been found thai certain drugs and mers, in the most abandoned part of the sake of yo'tr mother's God, for thoMik republic, knees till noon and then died." much in doubt whether they osn afford "of your daughter's God, for the sake ot put on n moistened electrode ran supren e In be of the to carry Mr. McKlnley and tho numerIt is an awful thing to be ill away city of Edinburgh, nnd I said to her as your sister's God, come this day nnd b carried into the body with the current, world's territory, will It be wise to take ous blunders nnd scandals of Ids trucuonce in I looked around upon the fearful Bur from home in a strange-hotel- , so as to benefit directly a diseased part. the risks Inseparable from the perma"Do you sated. awhile men coming in to look at you, roundlngs of that place: lent and Incompetent administration In Lastly, I wish to say that one of the Various kinds of morbid growth nro nent holding of the Philippines? Is it the next campaign. come here nights to hold u service'." holding their hand over their mouth for fear they will catch the contagion. How "Oh, yes." she said. "Can it be possible specific rights of woman is, through the removed instantaneously nnd aluless-l- y right to do so? U it safe for American J'irtt of all, tho popular hostility to by theonlvsue- - Institutions? Will It not be tatter to nt tho trusts U no Idle wind, ami It will bo roughly they turn you in bed. Hotv that you ncrer meet with an insult grace of Christ, finnlly to reach II CjflflB method of getting rid of suprr-;7tJ- least mnke nn effort townnl gltlng the n tornado by next campaign time, Mr. loudly they talk. Hotv you long for the while performing this Christian er- un, wnat n multitude or wot hair is that of theelectrle needle. rillplna n clinnre to ilfiiitiiistrnln their McKlnley, more thnn nny other in ministries of home. I know one such rand?" "Never," she said, "never." Heaven! Mary, Christ's mot Thepeo-plco- f which is gently Introduced into the capacity for who went ntvny from one of the bright- - That young woman who has her father Heaven; Elizabeth T'ry in 1e man, stands for the trust principle, owCharlotte Elizabeth in Hcatrii: the the United States nre not partisan ing all he has to the trusts. and kllN the root. . est homes for several weeks' business by her side walking down the street, operative instruments for the In contemplating this problrm. They absence nt the west. A telegram came armed police nt each corner, is not so mother of Augustine in Heaven; the Second, congress will doubtless atcountess of Huntington, who sold her nose, mouth mid throat, whether drills, are looking nt It through American tempt currency legislation ns dictated nt midnight that he was on his death- well defended ns that Christian woman New York friend bed far ntvny from home. By express who goes forth on Gospel work into the splendid jewels to build cljapels, in saws or what not, arc controlled bv eyes. It will be well for the president by Mr. McKlnley vrltli a ietv to strengthening tho single train the wife at;d daughters came haunts of iniquity carrying the Bibles Bent en, w hile a great many ojlurs, w ho electricity, while tiny IncanduMen't to consider their attitude before American principle to the gold standard nml this will be decidedly westtvnrd, but they went too Into. He and bread. God, with the red right urm hate never been henid of on earth or lamps, swallowed by the patient or syndicates, unpopular. feared not to die, but he was in an of Ills wrath omnipotent, would tear known but little, have goni- - Into the otherwise manipulated, nre utilized to rapacity of Third, there nre the numerous foul ngonyto live until his family got there. to pieces anyone who should oiler indig- rest and pence of Heaven. What n rest! Illuminate the entitles of bodv and w hose Americanism is limited to n worTIetrled" to bribe the doctor to make nity to her. He would smite him with What a rhnnge It was from the small head, so as to reteal conditions to the ship of the engle on the face of the scandals that hnve mado this adminisAmerican dollar. St. Louts Bepubdc. tration n stench in the nostrils of the him live a little while longer. He said: lightnings and drown him with Hoods room, with no fire and one window i the phystclnn. Street cars nre not only run by elecpeople, the climax talng the shame anil "I nm willing to die, but not alone." and swallow him with earthquakes nnd glass broken out) and the n'hing side MISRULE OF REPUBLICANS. and wornout eyes, to the "house of tricity, but nre Illuminated nnd heated ' But the pulses fluttered, the eyes closed, damn him with eternal indignations. outrage of tho Carter cate, which will be fully nlrcd before the country. and me Jieart stopped, Some one said: "I dislike very much many mansions!" No more stitching by the same agency. The heaters used ins express trains met in the midnight, wife and to see thnt Christian woman teaching until 12 o'clock nt night, no more for this purpose require no attention, Pnlillr .Monrr Wlril nml llntunn And last, but by no means Irast, .Sacrifice, I to Grrrtl l.lvri daughters going westward, lifeless re- those bad boys in the mission school, i thrusting of the thumb by tin- empU ver regulate the temperature cxnotly as It Inglorious and comes the fur 2ol4. mains of husband nnd father coming am afraid to have her instruct them." through the work, to show it tn- not may be wanted, und, when used on unfruitful wnr of ojnqurM which Mr. McKlnley Is prosecuting In tiolnlion of eastward. Oh, it wns n snd, pitiful, "So," said another man, "I am afraid done quite right. Plenty of bread at railway trains, does not endanger the With the advent of overwhelming spectacle! When we too." Said the first: "I am afraid they last! Heaton for aching head, Heaen saftey of pnssengcrs. One of the latest power tho republican Mr. McKlnley to the most snered traditions of the corn-tr- y orgies began, Is to provide each berth are sick, we want to be sick nt home. will use vile language before they leate for broken hearts. Heaven for unginsh-bitte- iiuprtitciiic-iitnml in direct opposition to the Decframes! No more sitting until In a sleeping enr with an Incandescent wilh the enactment f n tariff framed laration of independence. Wheeling When the time comes to die, we want the place." "All," said the other man. lu the interest of thu monopolies and to die nt home. The room may be very "I am not Krgistcr. of that. What I am midnight for the coming of staggering light, so thnt one may rend, If slumber humble, and the, faces thar look into afraid of is, that if any of those boys steps! No more rough blows ncro the comes not. Similarly, incandescent trusts, uesigned for the payment of nmpnign debts and to lay the fn wired POINTED PARAGRAPHS. ours may be very plain, but who cares should use a bad word in her presence temples! No more sharp, keen, bitter lights are now protided for cnrrlages, sections, classes for that? Loying hands to bathe the the other bo3s would tear him to pieces curses! and they nre eten coming Into ime for fresh obligationsami interests under to the present adSome of you will hate no rest in this cabs. The emperor of With the north pole, It U Just ns temples. Loving voices to speak good nnd kill him on the spot." That woman Germany hns his ministration ns tliedlspcnserof wealth, world. It will be toll nnd struggle and closed carriages lighted in cheer. Loving lips to read the comfortis the best sheltered who Is sheltered by thin war, This was follow rd by the declaration It is with republican virtue; something ing promises of Jesus. the Lord God Almighty, and ypu need suffering nil the way up. You will Lave and, In addition, the hnrn.-s- of his of wnr against Spain, under the false always happening just ns you think It U going to bo dlscotcred. Albany Ar In our civil war men cast the cannon, never fear going anywhere where God to stand nt your door fightlang back i he horses nre covered with Mniill lrlow- pretense of assisting the people of wolf with your own hand, red men fashioped musketry, men cried to tells you to go. iigius oi uiiiereut colors, so as to pro- Cuba to nchlcte their inilenemlcner. gus. But God has n crown for you I duce n tery beautiful c fleet. There Is no excuse whntetcr for the hosis:' Tor ward, march!" men It seems as if the Lord had ordained without any ulterior thought hurled their battalions on the sharp woman for an especial work in the so- want you to realize this aiornlrg that The twentieth century will ir elec- ritorial greed ortiggrcfsiou on of ter- Otis lying ownke any longer, McKlnour own ley has n'sumed the entire responsibiledges of the enemj, crying: "Charge, licitation of .charities. Backed up by He is now making it, and whenever ton tricity introduced In the kitchen In part. When the enormous outflow of ity for tho Philippine campaign. St. weepn tear He sets another gem in that plnce of coal nud wood. In charge!" But woman scraped the lint, barrels in which there is no flour, nnd order that pntronage aud favoritism caused by Louis llepnbllc. woman administered the cordials, wom- by stores in which there is no lire, nnd crown. Whenever you hate n pang of this mny lie accomplished It Is only the Spuilsh war was cheeked by the an watched the dying couch, woman by wardrobes in which there are no body or soul He puts nnother gem In necessary Hint the fluid should be mndo premnture It Is to be. noticed that very fctv termination wrote the last message to the home cir- clothes, a woman is irresistible. Pass- that crown, until after nwhile in all n little cheaper, Inasmuch as It serves with Spain, Mr. McKinlvy of hostilities McKlnley organs nre condemning John paid $20,000,-Oiicle, woman wept at the solitary burial, ing on her errand, God says to her: the tiara there will be no room for nn- much better for all culinary purposes. for tho prit liege of starting another Bull for trying to steal thu Dutch reother splendor, and God will say to Ilia The electric, oten bakes attended by herself nnd four men with "You go into that bank or store or shop bread Ideally, wur lu another quarter of tLe globe public. The boss Is In the Same busiu spade. We greeted the generals home and get the money." She goes in nnd nngel: "The crown is done. Let her and meals prepared in It do not rengalnst nn unoffending people, whose ness. Kansas City Times. with brass bands nnd triumphal arches gets it. The man is hard fisted, but she up, that she may wear it." And ns the quire basting or watching, while broil- only crime was If tho democrats will maintain n and wild huzzas; but the story is too gets it. She could not help but get it. Lord of righteousness puts the crown ing nnd frying mny be done in n su- Cubans, desired that they, too, like the logical stand and nnu consistent with to be free. good to be written anywhere, save in No need of jour turning your back nnd upon your brotv angel will cry to angel: perior style on the electric range. Thu the traditions of the party, they will And the republican the chronicles of Heaven, of Mrs. Brady, pretending you don't hear; you do hear. "Who is she?" And Christ will sa. "I electric chafing dish Is iittnchnble nt on. Thu public money Satnrnnlla. goes hate every advantage In the triistnrgu-moo- t continues to be who came down among the sick in the There is no need of your sayingyou are will tell you who she is. She is the one a moment's notice tonn ordinary light wasted like water next year. Minneapolis Times. and the blood of of the Chickahumiuy; of Annie begged to death. There is no need of thnt came up out of great tribulation wire; the current is turned on and im- Americans Etvnmps We observe that noun of the im- and Filipinos is mingled In Boss in the cooper shop hospital; of your wasting your time, and you might and had her robe washed nnd made mediately the oysters begin to stew or one strenni to lie coined into dollars perlallst organs hns courage enough to Margaret Breckinridge, who came to ns well submit first as Inst. You had white lu the blood of the Lamb." And the eggs to frizzle, n the electric by the favored few who have influence put Its own tag on the Philippine Im- then God will spread n banquet, and He kitchen of the near men who had been for weeks with their bettcrright away take down your checkfuture there will or "pull," nid can be expected to work nrogiio, although all protest against wounds undressed, some of them frozen book, mark the number of the check, will Intite all the principalities of be no roal, no ashes and no smoke; for Mr. McKlnlcy's reelection. Balti- calling it McKlnlcy's war. Columbus Prcvs-Posto the ground, and when she turned fill up the blank, sign your name ami Heaven to st nt the fenst, nnd the there will be no fuel nnd not eten a more Sun. i them over those that had an arm left hand it to her. There Is no need of tables will blush with the best clusters battery, inasmuch ns the requisite curHating acquired the old liomn .tlcKlnlcy .limit-- . waved it and tilled the air with their wasting time. Those poor children on from the vineyards of God nnd crimson rent will be furnished from nutsido with the historic, veranda. nt Canton, The Philippine situntion has bron sim- President McKlnley "hurrah!" of Mrs. Hodge, who came the back street have been hungry long with the 12 manner of fruits from the ns gas is now. The begs leave to anused from Chicago with blankets and with enough. That sick man must have some tree of life, nnd waters from the foun- on Tuesdays for the family linen will plified for the democrats. They have nounce his readiness for the 1000 Merlon pillows until the men shouted: "Three farina. That consumptive must linve tains of the rock will flash from the be heated by electricity, and will be been contending that If the adininlhtra- - of talks with oxeuntlon-iln- g cheers for the Christian commission! something to ease his cough. I meet golden tankards, nnd the old harpers of kept thus ut n constant temperature, Hon would promise tho Filipinos the voters. Albany Argus. same sort of God bless the women nt home;" then this delegate of a relief society coming Heaven will sit there, mnKlng music so Mr. that they vtlll never scorch things pledged to tho government that wns with tliylr harps, aud Christ will point Cubans there would be ing that InMcKlnluy is slow In recognizBitting down to tuke the last message: out of the store of such a will not require reheating or no lils Philippine wur holms Inyou out amid the celebrities of Heaven, nnd necessity the "Tell my wife no o fret about me, but man, nud I suy: "Did you get th changing. Already we hnve electric bloody war for has long, costly and voked a trouble thnt cannot beiover-com- u that to" meet ine in Heaven; tell her to train money?" "Of course," she says, "I got saying: "SliOAulTercd with mo on earth; ensued. They inby uu Ohio stump Hpecch or by curling tongs, wiich, being hitched to sist that If such n promise were up the boys whom we have loved bo the money; that's what I went In for. now we nie going to be glorified a light wire nre warranted not tosluge now that the war would come Hindu pious platitudes. Ho wait direct.lv And the banqueters, no longer to u well; tell her we shall meet again in the The Lord told me to go in and get it. by Gov. Stone, who declared a hair. Boston Transcript. ipeedy close. The Filipinos would good land; tell her to bear my loss like and He never sends me on a fool's er- able to hold their pence, will break forth in his presence that "wc much prefer with congratulation: "Hall, hail!" And throw down their arms nnd diplomacy Tlir lleirolluil Klai, the Christian wife of a Christian sol- rand." you hear the re- would accomplish what war litis failed to see these countries irovern them First Bonrder-ll)- ld dier;" nnd of Mrs. Shelton, into whose Again. I remark it is a woman's right there will he handwritings on the wall not such as Ktruck the Babt Ionian port of the engiremeiit of our land lo do. McKlnley has made this Impos- selves," nnd Raid that "we desln. face the convalescent soldier looked and to bring to us the kingdom of Heaven. neither their retenue nor their terrisible nnd must take tho full lady's .Mhgiter.' "Your grapes and cologne It it easier for a woman to he n Chris- noblemen with horror, but said: tory." N. Y. World. fingers, writing in blazing capitals ol of tho terrible struggle tlut Boardert- -I should sny T did. Second cured me." tina than for a mun. Why? You say Thu issue forced by the repuldlc- And so it was also through all of our rae is weaker. No. Her heart is more light nn lote: "God hath wiped away I was sitting In Jie next room nt the must yet ensue before thu llberty-'ov-Inall tenrf ,'rom all faces!" Tagals nro cruilied by superior uiiH and upon which they counted for time, nnd it was I pretty loud report, war with Spain women heroic on the responsive to the pleadings of Divine force. From n political stnndpolnt the gains was tho expansion policy of Presehmond Dispatch. let me tell you. field, brat log death and wounds to reach love. She is In vast majority. The fact Vlr" Ki'rrenn fur flinoklnir Cnrs, democrat h hate reason to rejoice ut tho ident McKlnley. The Issue of imperialwatching by thqlr fever cot.i that she can more easily become u Christhe fallen., Not c llonut'. Wire screens nre being put In the winism and of the Philippine, wnr was clearin the West Indian hospitals or on the tian I prove by the statement that dows of the smoking-car"They sny shei worth half a mil Issue ho has made. Chattanooga Nettn. ly defined in the platform, nnd whilu of tliss eles troopships or in our smitten home of the members of vated roads in Chicago to prevent clga lion." Those men who see In the the result proves tho fidelity of the demcamps. Men did their work with shot churclifs in all Christendom an; wom stuuiDs nnd burninir matches fmm i. "Well, nbc need it In her business." of ths lown democracy u disposi- ocrats to thu pnrty programme It sig.: t?. ".! ui. uiem 10 ue uie i.ing tiirown out of ". windows. la "What' that?" .and shell and carbine and howitzer; en. oi uou uppuuuB it the tion to sidetrack silver are warned thnt nifies more; it signifies popular disapwomen did their work with socks and chief agonies for bringing this world clplent fires "Looking for a tusband." been caiihcd by thU Botto t is time for them to consult somo proval of the McKlnley administraclippers and bandages and warm drinks backtiGoa. I may stand hcrt and nay practice. rravelw skilled oculist. Omaha Wo rid Herald. tion policy. St. Loul A WOEK FOR WOMEN. j - 8c-rlo- an 'i i? To-nig- ht r t. s, gov-srnme- nt k n. - rSi itceu-rac- y tre be-llct- o - , b: well-giound- 1 new-pai- r fci y 1 dv-in- s; ! . . . ty e i, '' r- m n - I rcninrk-ablcpower- of y-j- liberty-fosterin- g leglll-mutel- y one-ha- lf electro-cnutery.an- d iH "cetul hnlr-folllelc Now-nda- land-grabbin- g - n s ufj-al- d s witli-ar-nng- -- O t. snd-Iro- heart-to-hea- rt -- hnrd-fiste- d ! fire-tippe- d eonse-nuoiiuo- H 1 g 1 s three-fourth- .,..,. pint-for- m i ! I ha -- Poit-DlspaVc- h. rt v' ALTGELDINNEWYOIiK Illinois Leader Talks on the Issues to Eastern Democrats. Truats, Imurrliillam nrnl Monr- - ln ration Ati Iirfinnt DriiioorMllo 1'iirti' Ut'ttlnrrit u( I lie Only Krlcnd 'WiiKr-Kamcr- a. Tlio Clilciigo pint form (U'inocrat of New York cflubnitod Labor iluy with u running mct'tlnt,' lit Cooper ( iiluu, and John J'. Altphl. of Illinois, wus r the iirliioluil ipoukcr, l to Wlltlum J. Hryitn its the new JeHVrsuu of thu uciit.uiiil vn chcorid Ik lor Uil utterance to t lie echo. speech eovcml nil the Issues of the dny, but It wi most wiirmly jeceUed for those jinrtH whloli urgi'il tlie ri'tiiilriiiu-tloi- i of the Chleugo platform of 1MI0 JtosdliitltniK were pnssi'il Indorsing Chletign pint form iiiiilili'iioniioiiij,' MvKiiiley'n jolloy in the Philippine. Tin? tenor of the meeting wns ileeldrdly iifjnlnst rxpniistuti. In the course of hit spreeli Mr. Altgeld mid: rx-Ou- Tlievx-Kovurno- ii'ii-rrt-t- 1 1 Prea-Iitft- it "Thoro li tho Brent tlriuncul 'iiiestlon. thn offrrt on tlio pnrt of thu toiler nml irjJucr of America lo rntcnt one of the irrcnt rnonpy invtttlx of the world to tlio fur.Ulon unit position which It had in-- for ui!, )' stealth nml t frnuit one of th in ney metal of the worlil wns demon-r- t sej to Koviirnmontal action, not hy ctininurre, not tiy tliu Industries Hnd enter pr.se of tlm world, but liy the stronit arm of tho Kiveriiment, wlolded by chlcnne ar,j ihn Krrcd of tho oild V the remit cf th not tlio world's volu do of actual money uti gradually reduced tiy nearly one-hal- f, and, an tlin world' volume of lionoy tend to determine the tolling jirlco if property, It follows that tlm iroivrty of II o world, and particularly farm and farm product, fell In the sclllmc rrlcu tiy nrarly while the debts and fixed charm remained thu fame, en when n are told that "And er Is projwf;-ou-, he Is selling hi thu what hu jiroduttJ at just aloul uns-hsl- f turmorly got. Till detwmlr.es hi power and uf necessity deterliy reducing his mine hi- - social statu purcha-ln- e what iotvnr to attout one-hsIt formerly was, by depriving him of his ability to buy at tho factory and at the store as ha formerly did, the great American market has been detro)ed to a lamo ritent dand wo am looklnr abroad Inwhenn la-for market for our goods, o would find a crratrr loarkrt than could iolbly supply right at home If we. would again restore the farmer's purchas-la- g potter to what It would I If the world's price of product were flxrd by a volume of money consisting of both metals, In- trad of lelng fixed by a volume, of money consisting or only one metal Tlii- - 1'nrnirra nml Trnat. "At present the farmer ha to pay trust price that 1. price arbitrarily made high by wonodlu- for everything Uiat he buys, but he ha to sell ill products not only In the uen mrket of the world, but li ha to tfll them on a ilngln gold stand- a rd value. Mi h la only about one-habimetallic standard of value high a wrong having been would bo TliU srent done to all property owners and to all undone drtur. by government, mwt a the pow-srfby government, and, Inasmuch monoed ctne of the country are opposed to having tlm government right this partrout tvrng. nu must have a jxilltlcal sum ty with uttlelent moral courage and cienudMibJilllto'thJrtjyiufo of Jusihu) jp varrr ilt thlirrefor'" without the aTd if the moneyed elssrc. .Men, i: iitli roncd llullnra, "Again, the flerf ronimereUl:in cf tho sfce wlii'h ha tended t enthrone th dul-l- r lowervil the Hi iMn, h ar.l ta, .'a-- d and ha gvc.i-- l the land with until corrupt concentrations of corr ptJ-unserupulotis men hae wlvlded in a "ii'iel sti'll eomH,t,,etrol of th gov-- .. n.r-national, itar And munlrlpai, I i t'ie KH.p are almost help!. Iws !r t,u f to tfcelr U)ter-- t ar passed tl r ui It itery, and laws nersary for t'i. r pMle. tlon are kept olf the statutn li k ly ti 'tery. The meet thu new and urfx-tirntcondition It I niceiary that the people) be given th pwer In enrtMln to lgllat direct, either by art ixxn the a po, aur ete t put "ctrie tatutn b.xk, or to Ueelare-.-ertaia t alri vlj nn the taiit ttook l b' null o d This would destroy tho buinii ar,J of l",her, beraun It would render the U i ts of bribery worthier. Ne Mrtorn-- t w uld iHjy a lelaiatiire or a city i ruir.slI If the act of that legislature or :or ruM b nulllfted by the pcopto. liilllnlltt' nnil llerereiiiliini, "In a me rouetrie of the workl they hove long had a system at thl kind They call It .ri'Utlvn and referendum, meaning that Mcpl In certain emergencies l t ItnAe the p. wer to Inltlato legulAtlon ami l nil l'axr trt puwer to have legislation t' t alnady egist referred to n vote of tl e pe .pie This ytwn ha worked well vhere It has been tried, and nc nut have a political party In our country iMth suillclenl devotion to free Institutes and republican government to etb-l's- he It here It Is not a nueMlon to iecu-latabout It Is not a chimerical bleu; It l iitnply n queation of one-half, to-dafa-tnpur-clialn- ic lf for-t-ls- natlcnat affair and shall join hands with England and embark In a career of brute force, highway robbery and assassination "All this In order that n few syndlcatei and manipulators may wax rich It Is this party which suitnlns government by Injunction and upholds thoso croatures wlio have been elevated to the bench by corporate inlluencu In their attempt to strike down trial by jury and destroy the liberties of tho Amoilcan peqplo. "In l&'Jti thl party collected n stupendous corruption fund on two continents and used It to debauch American citizens nnd to secura falso returns from tho American election. Htandlng as It does for everything that Is destructive of republican Institutions, It seeks to cover Its crimes with a mantle of fnlio pttitenao, and It I simply truu to Its corrupt nature when It Indorse the course of thu present administration, ror. while practicing and sanctioning every Iniquity which syndlcites Imposed, this admlnlstrailon tins stood In the market plains uf America and with solemn countenance made loud protestations of righteousness No lover of progress, no friend of humanity, no devotee to freo Institutions, no believer In a higher destiny of man can over with reason expect or hope for anything from the republican party as y. It Is organized nnd dominated Ilenuieriitlc I'll rl 'm (aiiml Work, "What about the other great party? For tho llrst 40 years of our history It was the party uf progress, that gave to tho world tho htglmst Ideal and shuped thu destiny of our country. Tor W jcars after tho war It stood for practically the same thing that tho republican part) stood for. That It, It had beccmo s. mere convenience of political und commercial manipulators who used It to further their own ends and amass fortune. Dating these 3d dark years It held out no Inspiration, It pointed to no great principle, It espoused no great cause, It made no heroic light for anything, hut the Almighty has wisely provided that vcry liinu shall have n turn, and that there shall Im an end to all things. "And there rnrno an end to tho lane of trimming, trading and trickery In which we had inarched; Ihreu years ago thu party came out of the lowlands nnd took a position on the hilltop of progress. It repudiated tho men who had degraded and It, It Hung new banners to the brrete; It espoused the causo of humanity and It adopted a new declaration of American Independence. Standing for the noblest nnd highest thought of the time It ha drawn to Its standards tho patriotic Intelligence of America. A new set of men have coma to the front, men who. Instead of reeking only selfish ends on the low plane of brutsllty, stand out In the sun, ready to mako ever)' sacrifice for the welfare of the race. These men have high Ideals, nnd the party guided by there men It capahlu of dealing with the great problems that confront us. Is capable of leading tho American eople on to the great plane of Industrial Just as their predecessors a century ago led this republic unto the plane of political freedom. fn-edo- COFFEE TlPa User (tie First IMaata Were tlroatrM Over t This' Hide of the World. A CANNIBAL IN THE INK. He W' and There from the South Sen Islands Wn In III AVrltlntr, diameter pretty story of the introduction of coffco Into the western hcmlHphcre Ik quite to the point since our new posses sions have so bountlfullv- - produced It in the past, ays the Philadelphia Record, There vviu a time when this "nstlsted err.iifrant," though so nobly when It linn the opjwrtunlty, was a tender slip und likely to perish of thirst. In 1714 Louis XIV. won presented with a single coffee plant for his botanical garden by an Amsterdam magistrate. It was nourished tenderly and lri time slips from It were ent to to the Martinique no doubt sub-ros- a Dutch the Dutch having long controlled the cultivation of coffee and guarded It Jealously lest it be cultivated on Islands not under their control. On the way to Martinique the botanist In charge, the ship's supply of water getting low, shared .his own dally allowance with the precious plants. Responding to his kindness, they Avcre soon growing nicely lu Martinique. In due time these slips produced their fragrant white flowers the' grow at the roots of the leaves and these presently changed into berries, each with its two grains of coffee. From Martinique the coITce Journeyed to l'orto HI co and Cuba. Now l'orto Rico alone annually exports about $y,O00,0OO worth of this highly esteemed bean. The plant grows wild lu some parts of Africa. i Rsthcr an amusini? incident was connected with the letutn to Jjaw 1'rancisco, en route to Washington, of .Justice W. L. Chambers, who ho been for a number of year chief justice of Samoa. The judge is a and highly cultivated Alabaman, with that polish of that rarn avis, the bout hern gciitlunan of the best type. In an Interview, published at Honolulu on Ills way up, the chief juillcc was so scnou. ly mlsiepresentcd in his alleged statements regaiding Nimoju mutUi that lie took the wise precaution in San Francisco of writing out hu views on the more ticklish matters concerning which he wa interviewed. Like mot gentlemen, Judge Chamber.' hip would never be taken as a model in a district school. A printer on a morning paper to whom it was given to tct up was in "Look here he said, "this is positively ever "'m'?".! wntInB Iwrittenwas up against!" c ut that wni by ihe chief of Samoa, man. Look how much fh,,f,e " I" the writing." Chlff juuiee of Samoa!" snorted the eompositr.r. "I hat accounts for it. There is character in his hand. I might hove known he was n South Sea islander. I could smell ranibnl in the ink!" San Francisco News Letter. pen-man jus-tlcchar-c.l.i;r. Do Ynitr Feet Ache nnrl tlnrnf Shake into your shoes Allen's Foot-Easpowder for the feet, it makes tight as New Shoe feci Easy, Cures Corns, Hun-ioSwollen, Smartfnj. Hot, Callous, Sort, and Sweating Feet. All Druggist nnd Shot Stores fell It, fcJe. Sample sent Fit KB. Address, Allen S. Olnutcti, Le Iloy, N. Y. n, sateS aCV.$Vl sbbbKL "Do you think his intentions are serious!" asked her best girl friend. "Altogether too serious," wt.s the reply. 'He asked me yesterday if I would consent to have my life imurcd in favor of rny husband when I married." Spare Moments. m Too Serlnn. i 1 The Ileal CiiiuI'osic. nnd Fever Is a liottlo of Guovn's m m Precrlp(lnn for Chills Our Pans. His slmplyironuiidnulnineln utaslclcsH form No euro -- no pny. rrku.fV Tsti'LF.is Harones de Rothschild, it is said, ownj the finest collection of fans in Kurnpe. In this country they are generally found at the baseball parks. Scranton 'tribune. To rare n Cold In One liny i'ao Laxative Hromo Qulnlno Tablets. All drvjrglstsrofundmoncylf it falls to cure. Soc. as as m Dizzy? Then your liver isn't acting well. You suffer from biliousness, constipation. Aycr's Pills act directly on the liver. For 60 yeare the Standard Family Pill. Small doses cure. 25c. All druggists. Want jour moustache or beard a bcautltul brown or rich hlaolcT Thin ns Pnll Q BUCKINGHAM'S DYE sssmssassjsassssi Mttl P Htl On rsny,tl, wiaessa.ssai W s Co ,i,i,eu A MSr 14 ffA AX f. H. saSNmJI A POOR PAY OF MODELS. A. Catllntr That Is Pall of Ilnrdhlt end Makes Hat flntnll Itrtnra. llr - lf ul i:lntrd sought, great sacrifice must et mj made; reveries, defeats and humiliation may ct have to lie endured, but we are conscious of standing for the right, conscious of (landing for a higher humanity, conscious of tiling In harmony with the evolution of the age, conscious of moving along the lino marked out by thu Almighty for th guld-anc- u of Ills ixjople. And w know iht the cause we represent will triumph, but until the hour of Una! victory W'o must to on our guard and wo must be constantly ready for every conflict. "First we must be on guard In our own party, for those Interests which havo dominated the party so long have not yet stir rendered, but are seeking In every way possible to get control. Hhould tl.ey s It would defer the hopes of mankind siul Intensify th truclc or tlu toller of this land. It would postpone thu day of deliverance. u-c-oed tn:ai !' rnir-xer.i- lo n sli-il- mar-velcuil- y "Again lleiniblli'iiii 1 tle ' i ek nt the history of the party power When headed bylhemar-t- . I.ir.rUn It tool for humanity. It l cd for h'gh Ideals, but In recent year It ni by It not rupudlnted the principle of thnt great mnn, It hits wiihk to tho It represents oj poslto p de, nnd ized greed, orgnnlKnl soltUhness, neJ brli ery, organlswt dolwuohery nnd orgsr'-e- d It hostility to freo Inttltutlon hu becoinn one of thu bnnle principle of tl I party to tvso thu got eminent, with all Its power, for the enrichment of thu few at the expense of tho ninny. "It wns thl part) which, long after thu war, built up tho system of tariff robbery tl At proved ihn mother of trusts-th- nt levied tribute or. every toller of America In order to enrich it few men who made nnd, contributions to campaign fund therefore, claimed thu rljtht to rob thu American people: a system that built the few and then catie on the hills fortramp. This parly erven J thu land with occasions, stood for opcclnl has. an nil privilege, and It I opposed to municipal ownership of public? utilities nnd I opposed to national ownership of transportation futilities nnd oppoved to governmental ownerehlp of monopolies. It favors monopolies, but Insist thnt tho bencllt of tho monopoly shall go to n few Individuals nnd nut tn tlio whole people. It pursue this course, because It can then draw on tho favon-few Individual: for the fabulous sinus of money with which to debauch tho American voter and with which to secure falso returns on election day, Iteeurit uf the I'nat Vritr. "At the Instigation of Kuiopean bondholder and American llctiedlct Arnolds this party used thu stronu arm of tho government to demonetise silver, and thus by in stroke doubled thu Lilior. doubled the sweat and doubled the blood which l,io debtor of America hnd to give In payment of their dobtn; by one stroke sprr.id paralysis, bankruptcy, distress and ruin over thu richest land In tho world. It I this party advocates tho continuance of which y tho gold standard hecntiso llngllsh capitalists benefit by It. It Is this party which y I trying to force upon the American people, an alliance with ISnglnnd It li this iHirty which Insist that wo shall gel off the ailtth moral place we have occupied In Inter. rnincr.t row 1 poll! cal of ik you, whichbe7 tho two great Let u for n sit.ill It Pnrly M-e- it l'p. n 1 lo-d.- or-l.- ni or-g- nr they could not be delivered, and that, thurefore, anyschomo which contemplated the control of conventions by fruud or bribery or trickery, any scheme which contemplated changing tho great platform of "A would losu to the democratic iurty SO men where It would poudbly bring tn one, MiimlliiK by the tllil Principle. "It would loso tho men uf high purpose and strong couvletlons who are doing tho world's work nnd gain a few men who represent the corrupt commercialism of the age, and who would render tho party Incapable of any high mission In case wo should succeed und the) wero to dominate Its councils. Tho machinations nnd systematic plans to which I have referred were carried so far, tho schemers were becoming so bold nnd tho trimmers vvero becoming so active thnt about reven or eight months ago It was felt that something should be done to check their tcilvlty. felt that something should bo done to servo notice on that clnss of politicians throughout the country thnt the Chicago plutform democrats, who constituted the great bulwark of the party, would stand no trilling, that while they might bo betrayed they could not be dcllveied, Tor If syrdlcntus, chicanery, bribery nnd cot nipt commercial interests must domlnntu the government wu want the republican party tn do thu especial mission of thnt It. It Is party to represent those Interests und the party must not emburlc on that democratic line of business. This country doesn't need Thu democratic two sytidlcntu parties. party has nn entirely different mission. HutltiK Hie Platform uf 1MMI. "Here In this great statu of New York you have formed an organisation for the snmu purpose. And let mo sa that no man over embarked In n nobler work. Itecent uvents have indlcnted thnt the peoplu uru standing llrm throughout thu land, nnd very recent events Indicate thnt somuof the politicians have noticed this fact nnd are preparing to accept tho situation. "Whether tho conspiracy to overthrow tho Chicago platform will b (abandoned, or whether It will go on, I dc not Know; hut, my friends, wo must tnke no chnnces. The people C. America are with us and they mi In earnest, ur.i' wu must see to it that they are not hetr.ived. Wu wulcomu nil menn to our raults who believe In the grent of thu democratic party nnd who are ready to help It carry vut thnt mission. "I.ut mo now sny In conclusion that our skies are brightening. Wo tiuvu not lost a sluglu duvotcc. while all o'er the land men ma rnllylng to our standards who fought u In "V and who are now determined to overthrow the Iniquity they helped to creuto They are weary uf duplicity In the white house, they seo that thu lepublla l being destroyed nnd they loci; with hopu to tho Jefferson of Nebraska. Wo live In momentous time: the nge Is pregnant with mighty Issue. Let ui stand tlrrn, lot u rian tn thu occasion ai.rt nrent will be the joy of an erranclpated people." lie betrayed, y mis-alo- tel As Iowa Woman's Convincing; Statement. Catalogue II Frre. "I tried three doctor, and the last W. L DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. Brockton. Mass. one said nothing but an operation would help me. My trouble was profuse flowing; sometimes I would think I would flow to death. I was so weak Is sclentldcaily compounded of me nest materials. that the least work would tiro me. Heading of so many being cured by I'ermsmrnllj-Cured- . Nontior nerr-your medicine, I made up my mind to CITC I OousDesssttertlrstdar ausoof Dr. Klines Great Ner to Ilrstorer. S8 trlnl bottloand treaties write to you for advice, and I am so free. Ur.lt-H-. KLl.NliLid., i51 Arch Su.l'nlla..J'x. glad that I did. I took Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound and Liver $75 ManthicOttir outfit free: wowantamanue woman In every eouiitr; apply iul k. Manufacturer , aui.l MarLctM., l'blladclpblx Pills and followed your directions, and he announced joyfully. Troy Times. Men n hunt, hnvu mure am now well and strong. I shall recomA. N. K.- -E 1778 A woman painter will make you stand all, vln the .Midland Ilniltc. mend your medicine to Box for it saved AVIIEX AVItlTIXO TO AHVE1CT1SKHSJ till her own hand is tired with tlio M 21 Abbott, ptruae alale thnt you saw the AdvertUo-- I fay night, at p. m., a toy life." Miss A. P., iirui-li- . Vet lu the studio of the most aacnt In tola puper. hrSMsw.iunit Car for Sin rrancisco, Iowa. MJtihidcnile one must undergo torture. sccond-elapatenter..i arrjWlr!(.t . nnd . .. Oppose A fir Olmimr li Poller. There Is n lot of pity given to factory lea vi the lucago, .Milwaukee & M. 1MU Railway L'mon 1'anfengcr Station, Chicago, "liver since 'M there Interests hnvu been iriM, of which a little might he exColorado Springs and Salt I.akc scheming, organising ard systematically us, for the fnct is thnt there is via Uniiilia, tended to ity (with privileges at Salt working to again get control uf the L ily), for all points in Colorado, oo business In which u woman can enUtah, of the party and dominate It council. They hnvu talked about har- gage where hc will suiter mi much fa- Nevadv and California. The Tourist Car berth rate from Chicago mony, talked ibout gutting the office, tigue and get .o little remuneration ns to Ssn Francisco is onlv Sfl.OO, snd tlm sleeptalked about everything except a high idea that of an nrtiut's model." ing csr berth should be reserved a few and noble puriio or great end They dav in advance of departure of train. of succeeded In getting ruitrui f in Ht0i Through tickets and sleeping ear accom ('rime In lltmlnnd. the mayor of the larxe American cities, modations can be secured from nnv agent they got Into friendly rnminunicetien with .1." years a Sir James Vaughan, for AjfV what are known as county seat politicians police magistrate of London, notes n in Ih east, or by applying nt the Chicago, Milwaukee &. St. Paul Depot or City TickWMAC150N5Tall over thu country, who simply want Cr wonderful decrease In crimes of et Cineea in Chtfago. odlee and do not care whether It Is Christ Serd for our California and violence, nnd an increase, less or Henlxelmb who Is mentioned in the platform. The Idea was Industriously circu- marked, in the crimes which require folder. Address Ceo. II. ilcafford, General Passenger Agent, Clucajo, HI. wv would tako down the banlated that If ners wo hoisted In "j$. If Wu would abandon brains and Ingenuity. General educathe principles wo duclarcd for. If we would tion doubtless favors morality and reToo Stan)'. again straddle every vital Issue and fool finement; but there Is In the cities n Himx must as many people as possible, then wu could limited crop of children with inherited when theNewed showed have been surprised him the triplets. uuue win and get the orilcc. then we could again or acquired Joax Ve: he could hurdly believe his criminal tendencies; and ulevato small nun to high Kitlens. To You It Commends Itself from an Economical Standpoint. "Hut they fer;et that wu have passed when these ore gathered into school, cenms. Philadelphia Rccerd. the turn In the lane- they forget that tho unless great pains are taken to counOiirXo. 11. The illustration repC,Wil,i'l men who fought with u In 'W teract tlio resents a Dullness Suit ot unusual influences of the street and Iliinie Seeker' Ktciirslnn vln "Dig; had been taught for several ears to hold merit, nude cf Strictly all wool Ituiile." l'otir thui? head up and to work for n principle; of their wretched homes, the mere Almont Tweed, nli cli lias no supeTo the North. West, Northwest. SouthA Business rior for iv car in medium nipdo Roods. that these men hnd been taught to bo quickening of the intellect only fflvca west. South and Southeast. Scllinz dates: Independent and to asset t their manhood, new povv cr or mischief. Suitat a Bus- It is made in l August 15th, September 5th and ll'thj and sack st)lc coat cenrequcnlty. while they might and that, on uciuuer M and litn, lbV'J, nt one tare, iness Price. with deep Irtnch facing, body lined 1 "My friend, we are not yet In the promised landl We have )et a mighty struggle tefore us, In fact, the great conflict iiy begun. Mighty battle are t to be !trrlusr the I'ruMlseat Land. Tlie amount of stuff that is written, snd presumubly read, about models nowaday lends one to suppose that the life of these men and women Is very pleasant nnd dclectuble. Like inowt figures of "rtullstlc" fiction, sn.v s the Philadelphia Press, this one la not quite real. One of the few good models of Philadelphia said the other duy: "For sIiikh work I get four dollars n week and work ns many hours a day, going on the Ktand ut 8:45 and posing until 12:45, with a rest of ten minutes in every CO. Polly la Paradise. The 'head' model hns to do Junta much had died, nnd Their poking of the body as any other, und Tommy, Pirrot hi little sistervnunir Mailer with Jennie, had pets less money. However, It's one of juii me luuerni services over me cf their feathered pet- "I s'jiose the few lines of business where women 'ollv is in Heaven do better than men. The latter don't tearfulU. "Yes." now," remarked Jennie, returned Master Tommy; eem to have the required bodily en"1 s'pofe he i." "lie he's got wing, hut durance. Put yourelf In the most com- he wot'Mn't lie an angel up there, would he!" inquired the anxious about fortable position and try to remain so, his present statin.little maid, cried Tommy; unmoved, for five minutes, and jou'll "he wcu'dn't be an "Oh!" only people'! angel; understand tomcthtng of vvhnt I hnve that." "Then what do you s'poe he I to go through for ten times that long now?" trust hi sister. Tommy thought n Inomen.. light of inspirawithout a break. For that reason most fpr dawned on Then the his beaming countenance. tion models prefer to o.e for male clasken. "I gueis Polly a bird of psrsdic now," 1 I coui-ldertitlo- The man with the court plaster on his noe was talking about n cyclone and what a Piio's Cure for Consumption has no equal narrow escape he had when one of the group as a Cougli medicine. I. M. Aboott, 3) Seneca St.. HulTalo, N. Y., May 0, 1501. asked: "Where were you when the cyclone hit your home" llcfore resigning your position, remember that for every unoccupied hole, there are "Down cellar." was the rcnlv. J oil knew it was coming and had fled for 20 peg trying to get in. Atchison Globe. safety 'Oil. nn' I hail n itiw u If Ti tnv w!f.. m.l !. had locked me up in the cellar half n day previous." "And when the houe went allyingafrag-mcnllii- t ou on the nose?" MRS. PINKHAM FOR HEALTH. M.v ,v'f1' "'el'' noshe locked n't me on the nose the day before me up." 'Then what about vour narrow escape from the cyclone?" persisted the questioner. tmti to was. riNKUAst xo. 18,972 " hy, suppose my wife hnd just come " Deaii FniEND I feel it my duty to down cellar and hit me again j'ust n the wind picked the house up and sent it sail- express my gratitude and thanks to ing! answered the man with the nose. you for what your medicine hns done Chicago hvening News. for me. I was very miserable and losing flesh very fast, had bladder trouble, Discovery of Life riant. Science has discovered a. plant so full of fluttering pains about the heart and life that if one of its leaves be broken off would get so dizzy and suffered with and merely pinned to a warm wall another painful menstruation. I was reading plant wiil grow from it. It i these tame . Pinkham'a ritaliiinj? principles which enable Ilostct-tcr'- a in a paper about Lydia Stomach Hitter to arouse to life and Vegetable Compound, so I wrote to you duty the overworked stomach, the weak and after taking two bottles I felt like a blood and sluggish liver. The sufferer from new person. Your Vegetable Compound dyspepsia or any stomach trouble needs Hosteller's Stomach Hitters. Sec that a has entirely cured me and I cannot private Revenue Stamp covers the neck of praise it enough." Mns. J. O. Barxabd, the bottle. Milltown, Washington Co., Me. .nrriivv i:onpe. Isn't it wonderful within one of being correct." Sondagj-Niss- Mother "Now, Olc dear, show uncle how well you can figure. Twice two i how iiiuchf" Olc "Three." Mother "O. the WT little darling. ivitu protruding piles kronclit on hy CDnrt'p-tlo- n with vrhloh I was nnilcttd (or twenty years. I ran your C'ASCAHlvTS In the und never Joui nn thing town of y 1 am entirely tree from to equal them. piles nnd feci ltlto a now man " C II. Keitz, 1411 Jones St., Sioux City, la uIuflTbreit the lort turn of tlio clunmcd I RziEca vim ss nros To-dr- 1, 1 I f asm m CANDY CATHARTIC Mrs. Barnard Thanks TNAOI SUSS BIOISTTStO I Palatable rotenu lrtw, Mnwan UUban ltfAWn nm Pleasant. SUHI.g ... CURE CONSTIPATION. fl.lh. IT41, Tnsto Good. Do Kb. V fib Imi, C-p- .7, CUfitB. S Tf. ... 311 b iniaranted t7 gituto CIIKK Tobacco liable. Sold and slldrae-WU'lU'lU- S3&S3.50 SHOES Worth S W. L. DOUGLAS "N'EN Indorsed by oTer to $5 compared with other makes. 1,000,000 wearers. AtL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES I.,' Till GISt'lSK W... IT. U bsb aa prlr suas4 Wile. Take no suMtltnte clslmed to tie Ruud. Largest makers of S3 snd 3Jo slioes Id the world. YotirdrslershouMkeep If not. we 111 send jrou patron receiptor price. But kind of leather, slse snd width, plain or cap toe. hq Barters ink rl 'Jk . v 10-3- s . ty C stop-ove- r .t lim-tall- tj MANMOTH t1?7) w to lLlAtMhOWt t Jty&tt''lixK HOUSF ! - ed OUR PRICE CONQUEROR. I - t t sinclu-bitastc- d loiir-tutt- round-corne- r THE MARKETS. OirtCINflAT i, LlVr.STOCK-Caltlccomuii-- n.t srrt. is- - W Select butchers Pnlr to good licht r.t.VI HOCJs Coure and heavy.... M xihI pucucr Slll.r.P CniiUe LA , IIS M ring 1 I.OLIl WiuteriMtcnl UKAIN U'liuiU- No. '.' tui... .. .. N... J linl. .. '2 mixed Cx.in--Nn ti 3 t $; 1 , 14 K4 mi W. 1 3S 4 .") in '.'5 u ti, J s in 3 I t C)ai3 Ic-N- a3 .u S git Mi U w HAY PltOVIMONS-M- l'rliue Itietiuiin Hairy i:n.iieo irt.uuur) tn fatu l'O'lA'tOIJb-l'- or brl KU-Cti- HUll I.aril e r I'oiU .. (L hi. V M) Al'l'I.lib-Uimi- ce ,.. 3 10 M 31 -& ft ft 5 IV ticulars as to rates, routes, ticket?, limits, stop-ove- r privilege, etc., call on Agent "Ilig Tour Route," or nddress the undersigned. W. P. Dcppe, A. G. P. & T. Agt., arrcn J. Lynch, Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt., Cincinnati, 0. plus $2.00 to authorized points in the following dates: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas. Ilntish Columbia, Colorado, Florida, Gccrgia, Iowa, Indian Territory, Idaho, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Klmmsota, .MissitMppi, Missouri, Montana, Manitoba, New Mexico, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, South CarolinntSoath Dakota, Texas, Ut.Vi, Virginia, uconsiu, Wyoming, Waitiiington, For full information and par- Ka.1, thoroughly flif3t-cla- ss suit, but a Not a bargain Okla-hnii'- U I 2 .VI "!! The Cnrnfeil lhllnoplier. Phil-onplir- r, coupled with fair and truthful dealing that we have gained tho confidence of the people. suit at a genuine bargain. It is by setting honest goods W liKAlN-Whe- .n.. ColtN OA iS-.Nu, at Ni '.'. ut- ClllfAtiO. lulunl No. S icd.... nuiiuu .iriiK a 4 . ji h & 1U -- 7: ai!i "' TH "The man who says he would be contented with n crust,"' said the Cornfed "kick mighty hard unless there i a kimmI proportion of cake under the crust." Indianapolis Journal. IAI'1 I'uKK-M- om 7 IN l.'ii l.AKO Wu COItN-t- hUMin i.'lfU. rLOUIb-Wliil- ur - Nn -' rod NI'.W VOIIK. pi. mil i 1j 3 T ut i: OA'la-- M 1'ultK LAKH Nu muu Tl! You don't have to take a day off to do your dyeing if you me Putnam Fadeless I'hcso dyes me ho simple to utc that Dves jnu can do jour dyeing and have everything cleaned up nnd put away in from a half to one hour. with extra quality fanners' satin, sleeves lined with fino quality fancy stlesia, two outsido pockets and ticket pocket, two inside breast pockets null flaps. Tlio vest I' made in the late fa. I and winter ft) It, Inch cut. six buttons and collar thoroughly well lined. Trousers arc cut in the prevailing fashion. The entire suit Is sewed with silk nr.d linen thread, cut and made In Ihe best pu.olble manner kcoun to the trade. The clotli is hcivj w. icht. neat, st)li!i brown chick patterns, and to those who desire a sua of this character we strongly, rcctinmi nd this number and positively assert that it cannot be duplicated at our price. Our advertised lines arc quickly ordered, this v.eintcrprct as an assurance that the high estimate we place on the qualities and values is Justified by public judgment to vou it should l.on guaramco ct s, coat 5 to j 4 inches chest measure: trousers 3J to 42 Inches waist and 30 to 35 in. length ot inscam, no laiger, price kails-factioSi-c-- i $7.90 OUR MAMMOTH In CATALOG Nuw uiuhk.. xid eitijrti ............ 1 '.' y, 7ll C? ti 0j uu llAl.'II.MOItl rLOUIl-l'iim- ll) UKAIN-Wli- eut When it U announced that a woman i going away her neighbor) get una farewell nu prise party on her, but the only attention n man gets is the appearance of Ins creditor with bills. Atchison Globe. "What would he the technical term for the premises of this baker?" "Dough-main- , Cleveland Plain I guc-s.Dealer. Tt CAVILI.-Kirsiiiuu- lliy IlutlS-Wtstern buiilliurn Lorii M xwl., O. in No. i w alio Kit No 3 wctturn , " No red.... i (ft J Ml tiL li(o ft lea Tlie linker's Premises. which is listed at lowest wholesale prices everything to cat, wear and use, is furnished on receipt of only 10c. to partly pay postage or'expressage, and as evidence of good faith the 10c. is allowed on first purchase amounting to $1.00 or above. 0- y.'iv M $ t 3 INDlA.MAI'Olils , 3 1 (lltAIN-Vhc;u-N.- Srid Cum Nu. '.' mixed Oat No. "mlxiil KLOUIt-Wln- a. 87 '! rrd, nlvvarg puzzles a horse to find nut what woman s driving nt. Philadelphia Rcc- - Rer.toBlshoJosepiiS.Key, ter UKAIN- - Whenl-( inn Mixed Outs MUi-POltK LAKU hlcaiii, LOUIsVlLLK. patent No i'lud , 3 .Vi r 71 Is taken Internally. llnll' Cndirrli Cure Price 75c. eethinA M. 'TAitlktniv n.wj... . -- Mt.. is M',8 a. :ti . 0 OJ di hrn a man whistles all the day either his heart or his head is light. Chicugo Daily News. t3i j& y 1m. Ihjurrmamtliln7viccter ,r",1,cll!-.,,.dnVa,!i,f.uu Wrotsl Mtr irrs)aarTi:hl'IUM (TiflhitiL-- I'os.lers. to our llllb irranilrhlld 'aith the hi)ili'i.t re sult l he enri were aimuM mi r- leal nnilri'rtlnlymi'rcallsluelnrr used." Costs only 25 Cents. Ask your Druggist for It. C. J. MOFFETT, M, D., St, Louis, Mo. BaaaaaVsBVsBjB3jaBCTaMsaBjMjMjBjMjMjMjM Lallfl LVaVal asl LstaP IIH WJr 1 1 1 1 1 m sVH salH 1 1 1 1 sllH salai 1 1 afl P JLaH afcstSH tm m ar I 4mJ m 1 Hal I H I I III I I II II I I I H dBJ tl Ual I I I I asaBLaUSBfABSB(AMJBaasassBB W H iP sVaM LwJ Q kU yJ T3 In To cure, or money refunded by your morchant, so why not try it? Price 50c. aiak j: , iff V" W 9 Fulton iron it Imve ueen t ri C'om,( lundm-H- CAMP PIRTLE, Circuit court roHiimcd Wednesday. A nuinhor of eh II KKvOION, Hl'VlVU'., CH808, ot no importance to t he nl-ll- S. A. ON TIIKKK AMENDMENTS S. CONSTITUTION REELFOOT LAKE. U. IX TO THE TO HE U. Snterelgn I (Jninil Lodge Meeting id I. 0. 0. F. lath-'.M- th urroiiKK. el iiimI I lintiinn- li" J ' MHtxtwt li amendments to the Federal Conjrou Farmurs Fran Column iiliot. Allowance of i?7fi it jeiir your knapjack nicVrd ready io no with stitution ut the next session of Under this Mirble and G.amte Monuments heading will hereafter be Congress and ask that they be published by the State. notices not to exceed 0 hues in. We, he member of Camp Jim submitted lo the vole of the peo- each, from fanners who are subscribCom. v. Win. Ontten, bond. 3ST a-- , XT R IB No. DUD, Confederute Veterans, are ple. ers, who have horses, unites, cows, proS500.00. forfeited. on lleelfool going io hate h The first will provide that the ducts, need, &o., for sale, free of charge. , ,.71 Mrs. W. S. Ford vk. Amerleiiit Lake, to last one we'--. It w'H be be M,ty . 1A t7l u'iiiivi wtiinr III nil in...iu niUi'lV " U I U ..t ..n lFlim, President shall be elected for a defend-un- t ExpreHfi Co. Judgment fur crrq the bt nd the 16th of next month, fi:noino,&c., &. iween iron term of six years instead of four, A good milch cow for sale and a unit we w.uit jou hiiJ nil Hie rest of ihe $300.00 in diamonds. i fjeAr. (J. L. ItoK. mid around lllckmnu lo as at present, and that he shall mule cheap. y.wj "9ft Lovelace vs. Jno. Ford, ?."0()U old aoMieri In 32ESM5rr. join nn when we come through Hlckiiiiu. be disqualified for ru election. dnmngeB continued. FOR SALE. " I mill advise you of the iltUe is designed of. (JOIIl. V8. .1. II Mllllll, piHIpl ler FfiroN, Ky., vpi. '. IW'tl. Courier: I llioudii I onld writ anil Inform joii, to jon cmi hate I 1'ir-li- Detroit. Mloh . 1800. For the above occasion the Mobile United States Senator Hnrria Ohio will make a one and one third of Kiuihiis, will Introduce three rate on the eertiileate plan I PKOrOSKl). HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS IllIHIl H I0I 1N.15, TOM DILLON. Sr I Prop':. e, o I mferm wx Hiokman, Ky. ! right after the first frost. It l ex HO E. McWherter vh. Fannie years. pected for every olio to luruisu uimeeii . Kiln II. Clark and 0. The third will provide for the s rations, gun, Riiituuul-lion- , with one week Clark. fishing tackle, etc, for we arc going election of Uulted States SenaCourt adjourned yesterday. lo fish, hunt during Ihe day aud al night tors by the direct vote of the peo we will bae tnuiic by the baud, and pie. speaking anil cracking jokes by the old 11KV.VX I.EFIXKS HIS I'IIII.II'I'IM: Souator Harris believes there Holillers, also, coon huulini? by all who ATTITl'DK. want to go. We want "II who have good are too many elections now, and He coon dogs lo take lb em along, but uo other wants to roduoe the number. Troops to Itemnlii Until a Stuhle kind. We are going lo give three prlxes, says that a Congressman no more one lo Ihe one who catches the most tib; than gets acquainted with the Is KstalilMicd. another lo the one who kills the most to the Capitol game, and one to the fellow that can spin streets that lead San Francisco, Sept. 7. W. J. the biggest yarns in olher words, the until he has to como homo and lb Bryan who, with his family, arriv- biggest liar. I expvrt lo euter the whole up his fences tor ed here from Yosetnite, whs given contest, and hoje to win one or more of not too the nn enthusiastic reception at the many prlxes, provide.! there arealong, but THE NEW LAW. soldiers of the word I'uvillion last night. if they all go,Hickman Wood just cotiut me out. The law enacted by the lust leg Mr. Bryan during his address said There will be a Urge number go from he believed that our government Fulton and neighborhood. A great many islatare, a copy of which was re and ihelr wives, are going after establishing the Philippine daughters, lo tike don't think sous this cenlly published in our column", will hut republic, should extend to Its peo time, for I have I promised to cnarge aud wbiuh prohibits the mauufac ture or sale of any article intend now giving to ttio republics of . America pro- and toy- - ed for food or to be used in ibt Mr. Joe South and Central Oscar Johnson tectioil from outside interference oelf were appointed lo select a camping preparation of food, which con W on nud uulmmpered freedom to work ground for the party, and it will we can tain rtlum, arsenic, auunnula, etc., the north side of Ibe Lake, where destiny. t Inout their hunt in Ibe woods and linve Ihe Lake to places Missouri at the head of Mr. Bryan stated that he ditl All parties who live states in the matter of sanitary and bunt ducks. not favor the withdrawal of our between here and Hickman will meet us legislation. Laws restricting the use of al troopB from the Philippines be there. So, look out, we're coming. We baye our want fore u stable government is es preachtoonce or old Chaplain with us Iu tun in bread have beoti iu force in twice, for I am told be is tublished Htill living. So, be ready nd go with us, England, Germany and France for many years. In this country, iu and have a good time for one week. Mr. HrjaiiS Phut. Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan. Yours, As., J. 0. 1'ahkkk. Ohio, Kentucky, aud several Mr. Bryan's idea Is to squee.e other states, direct legislation in A WONDEKFUL CUKE the water out of (ho trusts in reference to their sale is prohi Of Diarrhoea. preference to letting the trusts bited unless they are branded to squeeze the blood out of the peoA FKOMINENT VIRGINIA EOITOK show that they contain alum aud Whig. JackBon ple Had Almost Given Up, but He Was in the district of Columbia, under Brought Buck to Perfect Huulth bv the laws of Congress, the sale ol YELLOW FEVEK. MOKE Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ami Di- bread containing alum has been new cases of yelThere ore four arrhoea Homedv. made illegal. low fever iu New Orleans. Key Ut'iiliii'Uy Ilirtl Lnw. WeBt reports twenty nine more AFTEKTHOUHHTS. and one death. There are no more It is the things wo do not do For the information of the pub- that makes us weary of life. cases in Jackson, Miss., and Fort lic we print the following from Hardly anybody is as sure, of Tampa, Fla. Mississippi cities are edition, himself as lie would have people forcing Louisiana towns to quar- Kentucky Statutes, 2nd believe. antine against New Orleans and 1899: Section 11MC. No pcrxm shall at any A sanguine disposition is one that city Is threatened with a gen- time catch, kill or pursue with sueli in- that can continue to hope for tent, or liuvo in iKsenion after the something which It knout won't of business. eral tie-usame lias been caught or killed, any flueh, inurtiu, iiuppeu. thrush, uienilow-lark- , i i Won't Fret About Trusts. flicker, oriole, swallow, Sometimes when wjWAiOed red bird, tanaer, catbird, bluebird or We are not apprehensive that other souk or insectivorous bird, except up over the size ol ouMniadow we are standing in our own light. the trusts will long defy the law where the same shall be destructive to crops. Whether a man is a mink or and disorganize concerted action. the. fruit or grainNo person shall rob or eccentric depends much ou his Section 1048. We are resourceful and when our destroy the nests or eggs of any wild interests are Imperile to the ex bird whatsoever, save only thoMi of a importance as a part ot the social tent that their combinations be predatory nature, aud destructive of machine. When a man becomes possesscomo ruinous, then dissolution other birds or fowls. Section 1040. Any jterson guilty of ed ot the idea that he is a philoswill follow. Too much idle capiviolating any of tal exists for the feasibility of of the preceding the provisions ot either opher, it is pretty hard to get him lined controlling trade in such for each offense sections shall lo nor to listen to advice. trusts not Icns than live commodities n" we necessatily more than twenty-fivdollars. about muBt have. Don't fret Land in England is 00 li nes as LIST OF WHITE TEACHEKSOF FUL- valuable now an it was 100 jears it. Dover Record. ago. TON COUNTY ,1. r; DIVOKCKS will depend ou the wenllier. We wunt lo The second to make White Cochin chickens and the term of Congressmen four eggs. Apply to Batitauis, S. Ki.i.ihON. Wakuijn Jersey Milch Caw. with 11 calf, for sale. '.will am A Hue 1 IcrM'.v JIHHi (Intr, C3-- . 1ST. For Sale. Three good mules, wagon and fnrin iug Implements. Apply to Ai.kx. Kick. Mules for Sale. Three good Mutes and two harness Marcs, for sale. Applv to Jno. D. Mayhs. Hay for Sale. liavo for sale seventy tons of good Hay Timothy, $12.00; Mixed, Clover Hid Timothy, $11.00; Clover 0.00. I lUcknuin, HELM, Keatuclcy, Iuiile incuts hefore liuying. v. Sole Agent, lor Vulcan Chilled Plows, and Dealer in Disc Harrows, Disc. Cultivators, One Horse Cultivators, One Horse Harrows, Buckeye Binders and Mowers, Hay Rakes, Forks, &c Mr II. T. T1M.II, HltlVK Hkxiiv Cull and look at uiy .,,. te 1 FOIl N.tfaK. bushels extra quality Irish I'ota 'oes ot the Carmen No. 1, New Queen mil Maules Thoroughbred varieties in not less than 10 bushel lots at fiOo bush. Pure Apple Vinegar, 10 gat. lots. SOo. New Sweet Cider by bbl only, at f."S 00 per barrel. D. W. Dickinson '.'no U-ech- Gi-- h THE STEVE STAB. 1. 1 very Tost-oHlc- ICEMAN KKwfllllHll4!!l B A1TK HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. . rr.'t. f. A, IIOl.tOMIIK, rt..'t. it r. joiiuhoj,,..., and Fccil Ml utile. Paid Up Capitnl $50,000.00 mi; it i .M. Below and oiUKwitw It. H Dejx)t. Keeps Surreys, Busies. Horses, &c.t for hire. Every accomodation KiVi'U- Your iiatromiKc solicit- SollcitH your htisiness. i.i'm to our OiiHtomerH OonniHtcnt with KntiililiNhed Hiiiikitii: Priuuiplcfi. riioriTN io.on. i.i iMinintiiiinosl Llheral AocotiiriioiliitiouH We offer the ed. IlorMVM for Hale. It. T. TYhlClt. 0. A. IIOI.0O.MHK. .1. NAYLOK, W. II. BALTZKH .1. W. OOWOILL. NV. I,. MuOUTUHKN. M. B SHAW, DIBEOTOES N Two Cray Mans, lf hands high, four years old, well hroke, and will work anywhere. For further part letitar apply to J M WITTIXO. Hickman, Ky. tt 1114 Kill AN WAGON CO., A5iii'Ai-rt'N:K- r All persons indented to 0. A are not Med that they inut como forward and settle. Delays an tlan Kerous. Verhtim Sapienti Hoi-comi- Come Forward tii: rKi.t.iiKTi:!! I A. F OLIVER. Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN, A p wood-pecke- aOII, KBNTUOKY. TRIAL when jmti wint GIVE.MK done, or repair in HoreiboiiiK a pecltly Wncoot, tic I also kep a full line of r' s Common, HojfooJ, and Soli'l lllack wblch can be Walnnt Coffin and filled up In nhort notice, ami at remon-abl- e prices. (live ma a call. fM)u Shop near the Jail. Undertake Goods Cn, H:iCK:M:A.3sr, :E3sra:xjOK:-ir- . e YOU r; The BEST OFFER Ever Made by a Newspaper! THE TWO POLICIES. Although Mr. Bryan wouldn't DLst. - Carr Institute, Fulton. Kv., recall our army fri in the PhilipC W Oldham, MUses Delia A Doak. pines until u stable government Emma L. Dunree, Johnnie Cayce, Hot-tiCollins, Florence Williams ami Mrs. was established there, the policy THEPOI'ULAlt LINE FOR Taylor he udvocutes is widely different Sarah W. Waltes. DLst. 3 Moscow, Chas. Sanders, s St. Loiitti, Cliicxgo, Si. I'tuljiiiiitlin, from that of the President. In hi School House, City, Deiroil, Toledo, mil nil points President j'p N(H)1 pui,0,Ky. DM Pittsburg speech the North, KPt and Wri, Oin, Ne Orsaid that he favored keeping the School House- - Eruest Roach, Fulton, leans, NbIi-flllIllrrainjtisii), Mobile. ChitUnooKV MoiiiKomer;, Tlioliinn. islands us a permanent possession, Ky. Dist. (- '- Liberty School Hoiiio. Mms e Khii-kiij e, And Their Post Ofllce Address. Mobile And Ohio Railroad. GET MORE in the TWIOB A.WKEK COUKIKH JUUKNAh than In any otber pa. per pulillifl tioili in quslliy and LMU5K IMCKS KVKItY WKEK FOIt MNLV ml-- nk Ijr Kp'ilillo. ihr . prlnlril In lliv Thr Pf twlcr--wek- , rl I. eoniitiniiu In itnil Th Itrpublle M nlfl MwHtinroci yryt lor f I 60 1, TIih Ki.puhliA HiiM'N' ne w of lJ)U7 A ,ifw.pp.r uec liniiif journal of the -i eUi, 18 Urff jm rycrjr wrk, 4 puj'f of fun 14 llnj primed li ooiiImIii wotr lilfb-cU- f t'ul ut p of th I ftt i n r p'r-i- l lilciure In kiit nlhr pil'dirnMnli ctf'oiie tlit'i l.tli,ii' lhl nii 1 lil iirl $1.50. nnnprr iii Mi.. piiiI-pp- tetl hrllni lii l I ru miij (iiher Mor'iiiinl wrift ml ni,H onntnlmie lo Toe ltrpnlllc Maj;ii,ir th" Wf,rn i'lhlloM'n W4IHII. will In iiiauttly. Tin" M llklll. I.... He would govern them ns a col ony, It 18 tliifi wide difference between the two policies which is goiug to be a great issue between the Republican and Democratic parties iu the campaign next year. aavaiinan (Gu.) iews. News, was alllicted for years with Piles that no doctor or remedy helped until he tried Buckliu's Arnica salvo, the best in the world. Ho writes, two boxes wholfor Piles. ly cured him. Cure guaranteed. Only '5c. Sold by Ramage, Virginia Luteu, Anna Outten and Dora Smith. Dist. 17- - Watson all druggists. School House, Miss Jennie Thomas, The Daviess county grand jury Hickman, Ky. DLst Ridge, MLss Loula Turner, Hickman, has indicted several Owensboro Ky Dist. 10 Madrid uentl, Jno. i business men for violating the Liuiilers, Bessie, Teim. Dint. laws in disnoglug ol goods Fadden School House, Miss Nannie Lodt;bv chance aud on the club plan Brown, Fulton, Kv. Dist 21 Crutch-Held- , L. isoel, The jury may also indict those tou School House, b. Wood Lawn School Ky. Dist. 2a holding tickets iu the purchasing House, Miss Neal Little, Orutuhtleld, Chapel, Miss Ky. DLst. clnba. Beiia Claud, Hickman, Ky. Dist. now appears that there were School House, Mrs. Maio a uuoiber of Ohlnamen iu Dewey's Moscow, Ky Dist. 25 Stublrt fleet when the viotory of Manilla School House, Mi.ss Ida Ballow, Hickwas won. Hat under the Chinese man, Ky. Dist 2(1 Craves School House, Henry MeMiiUin, Hickman, Ky. exclusion law these same pigtail-e- Dist 27 Island No. 8, School House, heroes may not ho allowed to Miss Deborah llo.tch, Three States, Mo. land when Dewey's tlagahiu reach Dist. 28 Stowi-sSchool House, Aveo Jurney, Hickman, Ky. Dist. 28 Will os New York. Mangold, Crntctifleld, Ky. The Democrats of Texas urn inKespeetfully, tensely iuterested iu the KenI). K. Witso.v, tucky campaign and every one of them Is a supporter of Win. Go 1 li-,- Editor's Awful Flight. F. M. Higgius, Editor Seneca, (Ills.) Infallible Nellie Helm, Jmilan, Ky.Dist. miston School House, .loo Terry, Cayce. Creek, Miss Edna DUt. WL,PIIH1IIi Kv Dist. School House, Miss Maud Witliugham, ral Aeadamy, Cayce, Ky. Dist. Jordan, Kv DLst. HiL-- u School House, R. A. Ma- ban. State Line. Ky. Dist. 12- - Mont gomery Aeadamy, Jas. H. Sanders, Hickman, Ky. DLst. lit- - Hael Dell, MLss Delia Thomas, Hickman, Ky. Grove, Mks Sue Ra Dist. mer, Moscow, Ky. Dist. lo Fairview s Nettie Statir, HickSchool House, man, Ky. Dist. 16- - Hickman College, J. C. Cheek, MLsncs Aimio Sherrou, Lou ruh m0w, AURii.tn, Chrleaioti, Jacksonville, Tsiiijis I'orl Tampa, Miami aud all xiinln in the South-e- l. vlllu, Atlanta, 104 Papers One Year For 50 Cents. the eipial of inaut il'tille, and li prlnli-morthe liiiperior of all o'brr np-- r real new. more oi cU- - inattrr, ood slnrlen than any oilier. ! mure A good aned Vednecda anil Ssiutil' S.unplr enpie (re commlnxlon to BuenU on appllCHllon. Wiile lo in e ,cliif- - 1. iniili-i- l M.n...tlM 4 orilrt. Id iinlv in ..1. "tk rini-ilio-ii I) Ite- - mi m !cr:rrii.ir. sr i.oiiii. '.'oaol.tii vritli sniotcing room, aini cunifilfle Inlltt rootnn and lavaiorim (or Uilir -- td Porter in eliarfted wltli Ibe wnfort o( l lie ja nttri AUo Kleant Venilbuled Firi ('la(i J ii. The NAL TWICE-A-WEE- K COlTHIEIt-JOU- i'alnce .Sepin Car with Urawinic Ituurn and llnf' between Hi Louis and Mobile, New Mont goiuery, ThoniMsvill' and J.ickonlllp, Fla. VeslibuleJ tlr'n, PO.-.K- ' J General Trilli : Mnser K. B I'ltrii-j-inf- T. 1'OE. obile Alu f j COURIER-JOURNA- L CO., KY ' (ifiicril r AeiU. I.OLMSVII.LE. Mr. Jorgenhausser - Used to Worry, Because his iitlvertiusemcnts seem to in tlie loeul pnpurrt didn't It 24-C- lark Iion-duran- t, attract attention didn't draw a crowd to his store ami help him to sell goods. a It Vill only cost you 50 cents extra to riJe all day in a Cotton Belt Parlor Cafd Car (25 cents for a half day). Sealed in a larRC revolving arm chair with plenty of space around you, you can enjoy as "much freedom and cusens you please. If you are a smoker you will enjoy the laree smoking room with its arm chairs and couch. The ladles will delicht in the splendid ladies' lounjlne room, with its lounec and inviting arm chairs, and its roomy dressing You can have your meals in this car at any hour room adjoining. you want them; order most anything you want, from n porterhouse steak or a spring chicken down to a sandwich, take as long as you please to eat It, and you will only have to pay for what you order. It trulu run through from Culm TnoOuttonlMtlatliiiillrnrt llmitiiTMii IHnvt rui.tifctliiiia am wailo ut It Mrinihl to Tom without rluini Junction fur nil pnrtii of Ttini, IihIImi Territory, Oklahimm niul thi Fur Writ. Write niul IkII u whom Jim nro eolni; ml wlii'ii you w til o wlli mh! I'll you what your tlrkiit will rout, tiilakn to iimkn tli hrattliuanua founwtlciui, and will tend jotl uu lutiTvatlni: llttlu IxHiklvt, "I IMP TO IIUS." And i d NOW HE DON'T WORRY nsi Why? Because ho has found that ho can get fifty first- full W HIll'IM'StioUH. tllU IjCSt tllllt UTC ritr n.k pearing in his line in nowspupcsH the country over lor a dollar -- and that with their help it is mere play to arrange uds which fill the bill to a "T." You can do the sumo. All lines. Send a dollar to ,.l.lr 111)- obol. of the Committee on arrangement for the big Democratic carnival to be held iu u moDallas Oct. 2 and 3, tion to invite ex Governor Alt gold, of Illinois, to participate iu the exercises was voted down bedeclured Altgeld has cause galutt GoeUe, At a meeting to-da- In this comity, ou tho 8th iust., the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. T. Butler. y I of 1)3 per cent, of causIt tic lime. Tho latter mixture forms bright burning gas, and thus prevent (be generatiou of smoke, in mudo Smokeless cout is now in use, i t AD SUPPLY BUREAU, 8 jrp. Devonshire 'St,,f Koom 24, rT BOSTON, MASS, TIL all., I r, UIUI'K, (kit Pm'r HLOUIS, UO, BT, I. 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