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FRIDAY, July, 20, - 1808
Tiies comes Schley.
Nkxt in order, Watson.
And .'oot of the last, Sampson.
Spais had better keep her remaining-
lleet as a nest egg.
A cheat many hand-me-down colo
nels and general have been sent to
Porto Rica They will now have to
lay aside their yards of gold braid and
Cokuktt aiid McCoy have been
matched for a twenty-round prize
fight and from now until the scrap is
over the dailies will crowd their col
umns with matter pertaining to the
The Arkansas preacher who has
been suspended from the ministry by
his brethren for practicing law must
begin to realize the rapidly growing
conviction that there is a vast and
widening gulf between law ar.d the
Much has been pr.-dicted as to what
officers Admiral Simpson will give
credit for the Ccrvera victory. It
does not amount to a hill of bsans
what Sampson thinks about that fight
the people know Schley did it, and
to him will be awarded the people's
The attitude of the United States to
ward the Cuban insurgents remains
unchanged, and the policy of furnish
ing them with arms and supplies will
be continued except as to Garcia and
his troops. The latter have the line
under their tail and will be per
mitted to kick 'til they get it out.
XVhes the surrendered Spanish troops
are landed on their own soil, its a sa'e
wager that they will never leave their
native heath again to fight Americans
or Cubans. The poor devils were de
ceived into coming across the waters
and their ollicers have lied to them
persistently ever since 'they landed.
Every mother's son of them would
willingly stand up and be shot before
coming on this side of the water again.
Some fellow writing in the Louisville
Times gives away Senator Goebel's
banquet to the Press Association at
the Cincinnati Lagoon. If the writer
of the article was one of those invited
and then failed to show up at the feast,
he ought to be wooled for "giving it
away." As the cat is out of the bag,
we suppose there is nothing wrong in
saying now if any editors stuck their
rusty shins under the Senator's ma
hogany we failed to see when and
wher.2 it was.
Tim XV. C T. U. and other organiza
tions of Lexington have a project on
foot to have the city council pass an
ordinance to prohibit the appearance
oa the streets of any woman in golf or
bicycling costume, with the skirts
higher than the shoe top. This move
ment was evidently put on foot by the
girls with peastick limbs. To be in
the style they must wear the short
dresses, and to appear thus would
blast their matrimonial prospect. We
will venture that no kick on the short
skirt is coming from the girl with a
We are not competent to judge the
abilities of Sampson as a sailor, but it
is perfectly clear that the authority
recently given him has swelled his
head away out of shape, and that a
calling down is badly needed. A great
many people get the big head when
giyen a little authority, and Sampson
has proyen no exception to the rule.
Schley is entitled to all the glory of
the Ccrvera fight, and because he won
the honors old Sampson is doing his
utmost to hound Schley down and
keep him back. In his mad attempt
to out shine Schley, Sampson is show
ing too much of the seat of his trous
ers. Lewis Wabxer, a Massachusetts
banker who stole 040,000, has been
arrested in Louisville. ;The papers
tell of the com'ortable quarters the
thief was placed in and the elegant en
tertainment furnished him. II ad some
poor, hungry wretch stolen a loaf of
bread or half dozen chickens he would
be made to wear the convicts garb for
years, but when a banker steals thous
ands of dollars he is fed on the fat of
the land and lorded around like a
king. '-these bank thieyes should be
punished just like poor people are
made to suffer for wrong doings, and
an occasional hanging among them
would not be at all out of place.
Despite the feeling of apprehension
that there will be trouble between the
American troops and the natives in
Manila, Admiral Dewey seems still to
N control the situation with a master
hand and to be on good terms with
Gen. Agninaldo Be has officially ex
pressed the opinion that the Philip
pines insurgents are more capable of
self-government than are the insur
gents in Cuba. Admiral Dewey has
displayed more good, horse sense and
sound judgment during this trouble
than has any one connected with its
management, President McKinley,
Cabinet, and the whole layout not ex
cepted. The thing to do with Dewey
41 to him alone.
The American navy has practically
all teen built since 1SS3.
CoL XV. J. Bryan and his regiment
have joined Gen. Fitzhugh Lse's army
at Jacksonville, Fla.
No yellow feyer has appeared in the
cavalry at Santiago, which is now
camped in the base of the mountains
two miles from El Caney.
Gen. Shuf tor authorizes a denial of
the report that the Cubans under Gen,
Garcia met and attacked a body of
Spanish troops on their way to sur
Gen. Gomez has expressed gratifica
tion at the policy of the United States
Government in supplying the needy Cu
bans, saying that it tends to convince
them of the sincerity of this Govern
The government has bought alto
gether 35: boats since the beginning of
the war, and has paid over S9.000.000
for them. The smallest are launchers
run by naptha or electric engines
while the largest are transports of 8,-
"Care makes luck." Farmers always
will have good luck with their hogs
when fed Dr. Haas' Hojr Remedy, the
only reliable menicinc for swine,
Thousands of testimonials from lead
ing breeders and feeders. For sale by
J. M. Iligginbotham. lm
Miss Nathalie Schenck, of Babj'lon
Li. I., started a chain for the purpose
of raising 2,000 for the Red Cross II os
pital service. She recently received
9,000 letters in one day. She is anx
ious to stop the chain, as she has rc
ceived about 4,000 already.
A movement is on foot to present
Cervera with a home at Tampa, Fla.
provided he concludes to remain
this country, for his kind treatment
to Hobson and crew. To return to his
native land would certainly mean
death to the great Spanish naval offi
It is expected that the first deporta
tion of Spanish troops will take place
at Santiago today Thursday, and as
soon as the Spanish soldiers leave Cu
bans will be allowed to entjr the city.
All unarmed persons are, however,
now allowed free access to the city
The yellow fever does not promise to
be a crreat scourge to our troops. The
cases that have broken out are mild
and the rigid enforcement of sanitary
rules and quarantine laws bids fair to
reduce the disease to a point where it
will not be a great menace to the
health of the troops.
Thursday was the queen's birthday,
(She was born July 31, 185S), but "ow
ing to the nation's circumstances" the
usual official reception and banquets
were suppressed. The only ceremony
was a private mass celebrated in the
chapel of the royal palace, Madrid
The royal family and the court at
tended the service.
The press of Paris is now occupied
with the propsad visit of Commodore
Watson, which the Gaulois considers
an indirect insult proffered to all the
continental nations. The Parisian ed
itors are also findiug much to amuse
them in the supposed perplexities of
the Americans on account of the atti
tude of the insurgents in both Cuba
and the Philippines.
Cubans of Cienfugos have sent an ur
gent appeal to Admiral Sampson to
hasten his operations, take possession
of the town and rescue from starvation
about 5,000 old men, women and chil
dren. Their situation is described as
horrible, and they declare that "if the
great people of the United States do
not come quick to our help we are
Maj. Gen. Shatter reports S9C new
cases oi icvcr oi ail Kinds at his camp
Saturday and four deaths, with none
from yellow fever in four days. He is
now feeding 11,000 Spanish prisoners.
He has expelled from Cuba Sylvester
Scovel and three correspondents of a
rival yellow journal whom he found it
necessary to arrest for violations of the
military laws and for issuing incendia
There are now 11,000 United States
troops on the way to Porto Rico, if not
already there. Maj. Gen. Miles took
3.500 from Santiago. Brig, Gen. Wil
son 3,600 from Charleston and Brig.
Gen. Schwan 4,000 from Tampa. Ma.
Gen. Brooke has 5,500 assembled at
Newport News, and the only three
Soathern regiment at Tampa have been
ordered to proceed at once to Porto
Rico. This makes a total of 20,300 men.
A soldier at Chattanooga got a six
hours leave in order to marry. The
bride and broom hustled to a station
but found no magistrate and by the
time he found a preacher the six hours
had expired. The soldier groom was
immediately arrested for not co.ning
in at the expiration of his time, sent
to the guard house for six days and
fined feix dollars. This might be term
ed a '"fool laughs at his own folly."
"During the hot weather summer I
had a severe attack of cholera morbus,
necessitating my leaving my business,"
says Mr. C. A. Hare, of Hare Bros.,
Fincastle, Ohio, "After taking two
or threee doses of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I was
completely relieved and iu a few hours
was able to resume my work in the
store. I sincerely recommend it to
any ' one afflicted with stomach r
bowel trouble." For sale by R E
Something over $200,000 will be pi'd
by this government as "head mcne,''
to toe officers and sailors who destroy
ed Cerrera'i squadron. According to
the law the officers and men of Samp
son's vessels will uo emitted to siuu
for every officer and man on board the
six Spanish ships destroyed off Santi
ago. This force comprised a total of
2,ii87. On this record the gavernment
will pay Sampson's officers and men
E. C Blanks, of Lewisville, Texas,
writes that one box of De Witt's Witch
Hnzel Silve was worth 50.000 to him.
It cured his piles of ten years stand
ing. He advises others to try it It
also cures eczema, skin diseases and
obstinate sores. Stormes Drug Store.
It is said that the President will be
ready to name the conditions of peace
with Sp an today, and if Spain wants
pzace an armistice will be declared,
Senator Morgan says that this Govern
ment must keep everything in sight,
and must also demand war indemnity.
Senator Foraker is very anxious to see
the issue carried to a successful point,
The latest official adveies from Santi
ago in regard to the health of the army
show that the medical othcers in
charge will have hard work to prevent
a serious spread of disease among the
troops. It does not appear, however,
that yellow fever has made much head
way and the administration hopes that
no more virulent from of the dreaded
diseasd will develop. Up to the pre
sjnt time there has been no very severe
case of the yellow fever reported and
the medical department of the army
has iound that the insolation ox cases
has worked very successfully
What to do with the Philippines is a
matter concerning which the Adminis
tration has not. yet decided upon
policy, beyond a purpose to restrain at
least a coaling: station there. A diplo
mat at Washington thinks there will
be a general grab from the Powers if
the island is returned to Spain, unless
the United States joins with Spain in
protecting it The alliance with Agui
naldo is considered by this diplomat an
The preparations for docking the ar
mor clads indicate that the Adminis
tration is in no hurry about sending
Commodore Watson to Spanish waters
The battleship Texas has been o: d :red
to Brooklyn to be docked. Following
her the Iowa, Indiana and Massachu
setts will be sent North in turn for the
same purpose. The bottoms of all of
them are foul and most of them need
repairs of some kind. It is not unlike
ly that the Oregon may also be docked.
John S. Strick, of Company H, Thii
ty-Fourth Michigan Volunteer Inf&nt
ry, Camp Alger, says: "We want the
prayers of Endeavorers all over the
world for the boys, not only of Michi
gan, but from all States in the Union
who are now serving their country.
l'ray lor those of us who are serving
the Master, that we may ever have the
strength and courage to live near to
Christ Pray also for those who do
not profess to be followers of Christ
that they maj' be won over to Him.
An examination of the wrecks of the
vessils of Admiral Cervera's fleet show
that the twelve-inch and thirteen-inch
guns played relatively a small part i
tha work of destruction. Most of the
work was doae by eight-inch, six-inch
and five-inch shells and six-pounde
projectiles, thi five-inch shells strik
ing oftener than shells of any other
caliber. As only the Brooklyn fired
five-inch shells this showing is a proof
of the great part played by the cruis
er in the battle.
All the President and majority of his
Cabinet would like to hold would be
coaling stations in the Philippines an
Guam Island, in the Ladrones. With
the natives quite as capable of self
government as the Cubans, it may
that he Administration will determine
to maintain a force in the islands of
the Far East until a stable govern
ment is in operation in the Phillipp
nes, and then withdraw just as it
proposed to do in Cuba. This is one of
many suggestions, but it is purely
matter of speculation to say whether
or not the president will adopt in It
is appreciated by the authorities that
the abandonment of the Phillippines
will mean the seizure of the different
islands by European Powers, and it is
questionable whether the authorities
would be willing to abandon them.
M Cambon, the French Ambassador
to the United States, Tuesday present
ed to President McKinley the formal
and direct request of Spain for a state
ment of the terms upon which peace
wouia De granted, xae communica
tion from the Spanish goyernment was
a brief one. It frankly acknowledged
that the fortune of war had gone
against Spain. No suggestions was
made or could be made at that stage
as to the concessions which Spain
would be willing to m ke and there
was no request for an armistice. The
President informed M. Cambon that he
would consult his Cabinet before an
swering and that the Ambassador
would be notified when to return to
reciive the reply of this Government
It will probably be several days before
the President replies. It is believed
that at present he favors these terms:
Independence for Cuba, the cession of
Porto RicDand the Ladrones and a
coaling station in the Philippines.
Concerning the demand to be made
as to the Philippines whether for the
cession of the Islands or for only a
oaling station and on the subject of
a money indemnity, the President will
doubtless receive many suggestions
be 'ore he replies to the Queen Regent
It is believed that an .agreement will
be quickly reach 3 1 with Spain as to
Cuba and Porto Rico, but that the
Philippine question is likely to prove a
stumbling-block. It is not the inten
tion of the United States to in any way
change the plans in regard to Porto
Rico on account of the overtures for
peace which have been made by the
Spanish gjyernmen'4 through the me
dium of the French Ambassador. The
preparations for sending off to Porto
Rico the rest of the army designated
for that place will, be continued as
rapidly as possible.
E L. Woods bought this week one
car load hogs at $3.25 per hundred.
Messrs. John and Will Todd sold
Xhiiv entire crop of wheat, consisting
of 1,500 bushels to Henry Moore at 05
cents per bushel.
We are very sorry to haar of the
illness of Mrs. W. S. Fish. The doctor
thinks she has fever. We hope she
will soon recover from that dread dis
Wheat threshing is in full blast in
this section now, but most of the far
mers seem disposed to hold it, as they
think the price will be better later on.
Wheat in the shock has been damaged
considerably by the recent rains.
Miss Kate Smith, of Missouri, is vis
iting her cousin, Miss Willie May Den
ny. Miss Bettie Francis, who has been
attending Lake Chautauqua, is expect
ed home this week. Miss Elizabeth
Embry, of ll'chmond, is the guest of
Miss Jennie Parkes. Misses Jennie
Parkes and Annie Francis returned
Saturday from a weeks visit to rela
tives and friends at Lancaster.
Misses Lynic DaHay and Ora Alex-
der, of Cloverport, are visiting Miss
Lucile Ramsey. Miss Kate Smith, of
Missouri, is the charming guest of Miss
Willie Mae Dunn. Miss May me Ram
sey is expected home Wednesday, af
ter a pleasant visit to Arkansas and
Texas. Miss Willie Mae Denny enter
tained the boys and cirls who have
called oa her visitor, last Friday eve
ning. Those present were Misses Lu
cile Ramsey, Ora Alexander, Lynie De
Hay, Mary Jones, Minnie McCormack
Mattie McCormack, Estelle Poyntz,
Ellen Mays, Alma and Mary Lear, El
veree and, Jennie Wallace, Kate Smith
Messrs. Jim and Wm.' Arbuckle, Will
and Sam Denny, Wade Terrill, Will
Jones, Geo. Wilson, Harry Francis, Dr.
Woods Ojrilvie, Ed Walker. All had a
very enjoyable evening, and about ten
o clock elegant reireshmerts were
served. Miss Elizabeth Embry, of
Richmond, is the guest of Misses Fan
nie and Jennie Parks.
Our baby has been continually
troubled with colic and cholera
fantum since his birth, and all that
we could do for him did not seem to
give more than temporary relief, un
til we tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cho
lera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Since
giving that remedy he has not been
troubled. We want to give you this
testimonial as an evidence of our grat
itude, not that you need it to adver
tise pour meritorious remedy. 'J. M
Law, Keokuk, Iowa. For sale by R.
E. McRoberts. lm,
Lewis Burdett sold to Joha Hill, 11
shoats at 2 a piece.
Lum Teater sold to J. B. Saunders
15 hogs at 3c per pound.
Jas. Littrell sold a bunch of ahoats
to John II ill at 3c per lb.
J. B. Saunders bought of Cecil Broad
dus, two steers at 3 l-2c per lb.
Mrs. Malinda Preston, who was very
ill, is some better at this writing.
Dr. J. A. Anion bought of Mrs. Mol
lie East, a suckling calf for 15.
Mr. ana Mrs. x. rreston are rejoic
ing over the arrival of a fine girl baby
Mai Carty, of Buckey, sold his farm
on Sugar Creek to Steve Walker, for
T. L. Saunders delivered a nica bunch
of lambs to Ben Robinson at 4 1-2 cts.
per pound, last week.
Hiram Ray sold to Ben Cotton, of
Madison, a bunch of cattle, the steers
at 42 and heifers at 3 l-2u per ib.
G W. Mitchell and wife were called
to the bedside of "Ltheir daughter, Mrs.
Robert Burton, last week, who is very
sick with fever.
Mack Coy, of Kirksville, visited bis
uncle, T. L. Saunders, last week. Miss
Lon Preston, of Beuna Vista, visited
relatives here last week. Mrs. Peach
ie Grow entertained Sunday, in honor
of her guest, Miss Cordie Johnson, a
large number of her relatives and
young friends. Lewis Burdett and
family, Frank Land and family, were
the guests of the latters brother, L.
Burdett, of Mt. Hebron. Miss Cordie,
the charming daughter of Russell
Johnson, of Winchester.returned home
Tuesday, from a several days visit
with friends and relatives here, accom
panied by her cousin, Miss Peachie
Grow, and other friends as far as Bur
gin, where they expect to visit rela-
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tiye3 for a few days. Mrs. Rebecca
Scott and Mrs. Mattie Roberts and
children, of Little Hickman, visited
relatives here last week. Several of
the young folks from here attended
preaching at Mt Hebron, Sunday.
The editor of the Evans City, Fa-
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Cure is rightly named. It cured my
children after all other remedies fail
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G. A. Siler sold 150 sheep to E. P.
Woods for 3.25 per head.
J. L. Hutchins sold 14 sheep to Sol
Rigsby for 3.25 per head.
J. J. Thompson sold to Pony Beazley
33 steers for October delivery for 4 l-4u
We have not had fairer crops in this
neighborhood tor yeass than at pres
Master Will Ilobbs got his foot
caught in a chain on a binder and hurt
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Kennedy is reported to be in a
vey critical condition.
Bra William Anderson, from Oklt.
homa City, preached at the Baptist
church Sunda3r night.
Fire caught in the store room of J.
L. Hutchings about 9 o'clock Sunday
morning and burned to the top of the
shelves and caught in a keg of powder
which exploded and did considerable
damage, bjth to house and goods. No
"I think DjWitt's Witch Hazel Salye
is the finest preparation on the market
for piles." So writes John C. Dunn, of
Wheeling, W. Va. Try it and you will
think the same. It also cures eczema
and all skin diseases. Stormes Drug
Mr. T. L. Broaddus is quite sick at
Reuben Naylor sold to J. W. Poor;
yearling mule for 30.
Miss Katharine Moore will begin the
five months public school at Rice Acad
emy, Monday, Aug. 1st
Rev. W. M. Kuykendall returned
home Saturday, after holding a tw
week's meeting at Lebanon. Th
church was very much reviyed, and
there were IS additions.
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Naylor, spent
Saturday with Ben Naylor, at Bun
Vista. Misses Bessie Bullock, Mary
Rout and Ella Dunn, and Messrs Her
mon Frazier, Wilson Moore and Wm,
Markabury, attended the hop at Crab
Orchard, last week. Mr. and Mrs.
Waller Greening, of Ilustonvillc, visit
ed their aunt and uncle, Miss Jennie
and David Swope, last week. Miss Ju
lia Henry Parks entertained a few
friends on the evening of the 23rd. All
report an enjoyable time. Miss Lillie
Sutton has returned fiom a visit to
her sister, Mrs. Mike Kennedy, at
"I have used Chamberlain's Coug'
Remedy in my famiy for years and
always with good results," says Mr.
W. B. Cooper of El Rio, Cal. "For
small children we find it especially
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Messrs. J. D. and J. F. Hardin, J. E,
LaRue and Charles Simpson, Edward
Grow and H. II. Pherigo went to High
Bridge Sunday to hear B. Fay Mills.
Misses Iva and Linda Hendron,
Kirksville, visited relatives here last
week! Misses Sadie Menzies, Magg
Sandidge, Alice Sadler, Minnie Pher
igo and Jennie Harding were enter
tained by Miss Nora Sanders the latter
part of last week. Mrs. Lish Forbes
visited relatives at Mt Hebron Sunday.
Miss Jennie Gulley who visited in Lan
caster last week has returned home
Miss Bettie Alexander and mother vis
ited Mrs. Price Sutton last week. Mr.
James Martin and two daughters,
Misses Maud and Mabel, of Lexington
visited her sister, Mrs. Jennie Broad
dus last week.
The Cheif Burgess of Milesburg, Pa.
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They cure constipation, sick head
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