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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1898 hic1898030401_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Mv- - nMinrcw If: THE HICKMAN COURIER. I'ublUlted Kyery Friday by - -- . vv ; - 5.. v - " . C I k - . VEOROE Hies WAltltEN, Kdllor. Assistant Kdllor. t niokman, Kentucky. Jsrisoa Blrttl Hit door to OltrJlalL THE ESTABLISHED 1850. Ing well. Owing to tho Amorlcnn quarantine regulations, the wounded, having Wen In hospital hero Nml exposed to fever, liiiut W taken to hospitals lu the Toriugna for qunrnntluc. 'llio names of tliu wounded on tliu Itachu ihokmJn Wn'-FUrTCmOHESS. Unlit-lioiis- iii- - COURIER. 1898. FINE WITH JOB PRINTINGS KXKOUTKD HEATNESS AND DISPATCH. j SALE BILLS, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETQ OAX.X, JLZCD BICIC VS. IKORdR WAIWKN, C. IVKAHN. : IS f ENVELOPES, TnB OLDEST NEWSPAPER Iff WKSTBKN KENTUCKY. I'rlc'o of Subscription, ft 1.00 HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, Kj&, FRIDAY, MARCJI 4, VOL. XXXIII. NO. 9 16. i ' 4Br Vla. P Si rthn llucliu for Key West. Tho pliysU Orders to this died wen rccclvcil KENTUCKY LEGISIiATUItlS vlutm consider It tmfu to move thuin from tlio nnvy depiirtnient nnd tlio now, const survey boat llacbo will brlnjf Nv lrtt IlrroUr R.ln. Ilrealar brtilon. ' f o bero nny boillrs found, Kkv WiNr. Tin., IVb. 58. Tho 1'lfty coflliiS n , benrln I'lMNKrotiT Cell 51 StwATr-Th n untcnitt tender Mnngrovi-tlio bavo lieen ordered from Key West lamed iho bill provMlnir for rcmorinif the S " uiemlx'r't of tho court of Inquiry, ar- dertakers. state rroKraphlcal collection of nro! New Voiik, Mnrch 1. A tllspntch to mintlrv affairs romm tun. r.ii. .,,. ,i ..m ipopi, etc. now In tho elate house (ptclmcns, rived from llnvnnu nt T o'clock Sundny at Frunk.. ,.,. ... .lohii llefTron, of Frcctnunstnwn, miinilne;. 1. ... Tribune, from Havaiin says: 'i'bu V2,.',B.'u.r.0,."""ln""'" t . ivf tn Iti. . ouu n, (vikio ui Tho court resumed Itfl ses- tlio umn. - 11 j iciNf um nnil N .1.) Thnv .1 Water, of Philadelphia, sions In tln I'nlted illutes district nrrlvnl of tlm Sp'itnlsh cr.ti1ar Vlrcnya li.T.VvL :rll0rr','rM:ry,f,,,of uuuionai ' I'ffTldlnu for the establishment of a school manning nilnlnir snld nnil Jemiilnh Mien, of Haverhill, Muss. court room In tho lVdrrnl bullillnp; nt Is nwal toil with extriHim Interest. It JLZ .T.V .rt"t nelenso Utterles which . collctc.mine.ItlUn andintrodUcoll ToIn oslnb. No bodies were recovered 'J'lnirn.lny 10 o'clock Moiidny tnoruliifr mid will Is ikmsI'oIo thnt tho nrrlvnl of tho war jciia itoV ...,..,- KENTUCKIANS llh tho llrnitlcjr colony for epileptics ns nn anDESPERATE DUEL. i"t from tins wreck. Krcelit orders from prolmbly return to lliivnnnon Wctl ship may bo mndo tho occasion for i Thee:,iVco"; nex to the Central Kcntucy Asylum) to re- Callrd on to Appropriately Jtecognlie Their One Dra.l and the Oihrr Dylnfr, the Krsnlt quire Ireusuren ot the state cburltutik vol Capt. SlgsWe strictly forbid nil netihiy. drtnon&trntlon of Intransigent nml Insllluilonn toclvoliond for tCmi, Instead of aal Nauie.ahe, f ifgjlt He,w, irotlier-lii-Ijiof tlia Mnlno to givo out nny In In Tim most Importnnt wltpcsn to bo untcers. Tlio jf"Teriimcntcaii not well ISCCO, and nllowlci? the Treasurers to keep the. Ky., Ktb. 28. Gov. IIUMiroifT, Taylor County. Tlic Court, o! Inquiry Goes to formation except to those ollleinlly em- t'xniulnud hero l l.lciit. Illiiiidln, tho forbid n demo stratlon of Mpnnlsli toy ,hC money "In somo bank doin business In thia Itradley received" ofllclnl resolution: '"""' nvat Cammii!I.iXiim.r, Ky Tub. 24. One Information exnsU ll. Tho order Is powered to olllccr of tho dt ek w bolt thu explosion nlty. Tbc occasion will nlTord nil affair. Mate," Instead of "in some btnlt incor; orated '0T,I,,., "0 Sundny Hint tb'o battlcsbip Kentucky dead and tbc other dying Is tho rcsuls tiy the lasts of this state." Kcu West, Fla,, understood to npply to nil on tho Mnlno occurred. The testimony cellent opportunity to mensuro tliu would be launched March Hi, nnd oc- - t a despcrnta duel between llobcrt ttt ,CB"t ,0 Tho XXS Ve,"Ual XnrI.lp In l(bi'sr-T- he matters though soma think it af- of tho other survivors will tnko only n feelliifr of tho Kpanlsh clnsscs. stnsto bill rreulultne the sale l'rits retU fects only matters connected with tho short time. niitborltlcs nro dlxnileted over tbu 'w2ii?$''. HuUt' rmfJ tn,i coninil.loncJ iif the Atsoclaied purrh.no s&U so that any cordlugly Issued the following procla- - Sblpp and Lloyd Horton, brothers-ln- law, in Taylor county, near tills place. DFMspjpir can reports, was tnatlon. .C'npU Kumpiou, Cupt, Cmlwlck nnd proajicct of riotous proceedings beforo disaster, """"' ! "" w t lasscd. The bill provltlnK that In counties Wednesday. I'llavlng been definitely nottHed Whcro It Will Take Uic Tcstlmonu oi WAoiiimiiov. Kfk 'J.V TI10 KvciiIiik IitcuL Cominnmler I'ottor ciuno osboru the Vlzcnyn's arrival. ''''I'XarJ.. marhlno shop, ttrntalnlne cities tit the first, second unit third tlio grunt bntlknbln Kentucky willthnt fcd of long Tlio duel grew out of it standing bolweon Iho bo Mnr Iin received tliu fotlowlnx iiiblo-pra- nml armored pri'llinliinry detnlls for Olllecrs nnd men of the Mnlno wcro Si, ,i f6rC"ta "' ,lic UnHal SIMM, liervl rlassoi tho cnuntv schlM.t lln, rlnlrnant li 11 Inuncbod the' Survivors ol Uic Disaster. me " found, tind that tho rummll. boelertixl by the voters uf nt Newport News on tbo 2llb men, and for sensational features lias tho county outsldo from Mr. CluirleH M, lVpin-r- , itn tlio sessions of tliu court, cxniulnetl Monday. Tlio mcmlcrs of 7ZI 5 ii!j?i'.,!L,wr-PortI'of Murcli noxt, nt 10 o'clock 0, nt., tho not been equaled Intbts fcectlon. Wed anjrtlmobjr l.lll or tueruies wu reported fiitoisibly by the bIhIT corrrMpndeiit In Cuba; Murtin Ib'ddiiin;, a, diver, returned tlic bniril of lii(inry, after tnklntf tes Tb6 fwolullon a adoptct wKU- people, of Kentucky nrc now requested I nesday afternoon Slilpp was passing Thrliouto resolsrd tts-l- f Into a At thin writing direr nrtMliirciopliitf here hiiudny I In was tuken to llnvnna tlmony o( these men, will return to .itfS the whole torronstder tha protiused to mow oy their patriotic action on Ilorton's house- - Horton was stnndhiir Capt. Slgtboa Favors on Independent I III porta nt n B,hlnstoo' blrthitay was trio Kmrndmects to th cidtstltutlon, The refer tOWIirU fill tliu vrt. ulul litn nrrlvikl lliirunu to coiuileto tlirlr work rrnult. l'rom rxninliiiitliiii r.rs mailn, some rcutavk.-Mrt ,ttmim4mcnAm&l rsg fllscussad,, batV tha tbnL'.OtiCnslcin tlirtt. tll.unrM.hl'mB. QUYMue.atia ,.l.h,0,v,r,;iWW Uifdligllnlrrtm r.rrcUTOil'lt'yliBJo.o - rBUAMiinHclicouimonlltLUliir nald, Iffl.rmnylircnily.t.VCtJirntoYen IUmlnortor ' i.id vcttfl cowwwlta .COIfiftHtMnMTTio t Hi7nrfri " TTl.Ti; 3TT1 I tnludlulTottflHaf eoitrpUioent bestow.' '" - "" ttiri'il rrblrneo w'hleh ho hud talked too ' much nt llnvnna neiTlny or Tluirsilny. coriclmiro ITi J Dlversaro work? TT.ini 01 political Sfierchmaliltiir anilltwui pet fv,iy KnxsKrOHT. fVI.2i-Se4TIn the sen- - u.i iivu uuu 100 awitv. tlmt tin) ciiino from under nun nun ih en removcti in consequence, lug on the .Maine nil tlio time. When Biro llraallMsl by tho Hrln of the first irun In ato Mr. Ilronst n offend E a Mm, whereupon Miinp drjvr Ills plstof WiixiamO. JlnwuKr, to (In bis nrrlvnl .. h,bl forth nt i.nn.lil. .( tb.. Melllirr llic UH(.t .if I lie Court of Inquiry liiuth tliu shin t. bn n,inFM. flu ,iIMHi,. m; .n...n , opposiiioniolamallaniinneiatlon. .Mr John- . - approrrlatolluotoflt up aJoint resolution the .... ... and fired, tho ball entering Just to tho Iln..n "(Jovernor of Kentucky." ... netr room in kHHn it,uii . .... ..,...v .... N mi? nf the Miiuller mrinrlnen or lli rnblo length Iwfort, it Mrc.-- t corner of the .livers' work will U- - laid L.f..ru ,I X HiiMiri III lllto Hi Slight navel. on right Air nuiy It Is the " .,,.. liunniHiim an iin Oftshat he Irrineduw ntlimt.t in I m.iov llbrart ..sm.., - offered a re.olut .v nbove, supposed that governor, by tho drew of Hortou's nnd fired.Horton then .,t. Iumk ixplinled The iiiiiln inidleiici' nml but ii.. trriii-neIh'llr.llnii of th Testimony or "his pistol Shlpp fell r.l I lienuoclatlon 01 eoiini t nielli. expects as many dhl not nxplo1o. Tlio eoinll-tlm- i le given to his numerous sttiteineiils. Ilia I'onrlutliiiK 1'orniril I rnm 1. cot loose fromW irndltlonal !llcy of the miik'tiilnc IlA.ANA. March work was as possible should attend tho nnd instantly expired, but Horton cona resolu stale Mr Lay Unlteil Mates eiV-- r upon a scheme of rolimlii of the inUrior of ttn hlilp shifVi Itr Adiu Slciird bnsbiid frt'ipiejiteon-frrenee- s ilonu Mondny by tbo divers from tlio to contribute tinued to fire until the contents of his tion providing for afitrnoon sessions nf the launching nnd nlso tlou thnt further prolKibillty of tho wreck with Cupt Sninpsoii nnd other tug Itlght Arm. (apt McCee, who is of nations.had tirole.1 the ruin of onlillr. and senalu four days In the week but It was cut toward purchasing n silver tea and revolver wcro emptied into Shlpp's k HaviM, FoU l (Tin Kj Went i specdue to outftldo force. eff bj the sthool book bill, which was a body Horton called his wife to assist meinlvrs of the court of Inquiry nt tho in charge, seems to luck authority from W,slnes. Wasiiisi.tow. Veb SI Srs-tTdinner sirvice for the new ship. Tliu situation, which 111113 W elm foil f'lmore said the school further the llneUlpntlnn liotil He snld .sundny night: "I think ine wrccKing people or outers, anil Is duy while the en o hail undrr mnslileratlon ial order. him into the house, saying that ho ni nny moment 1 fresh dlscorerlcs, the diplomatic ana ronsulnr approprlatiou bill, book bill had been matured byfrciuent committhe moro unteiialiln tbey ought to get nwnv on Wednesday was killed. At 9 p. la 1io is dying. inillsposoil to work 011 his own Jinlg' a sharp TOBACCO COMBINE. tee meetings nnd comparisons with other debate ou he t ulun situation as limy If summed n'p, when till dis- tlio theory whluli tho ripunUli t;Mern-mer- As vol there is nothing thnt can In; inelil except in Iloth men leave largo families. smaller details. Mr Wlen iNrbi. who offered as states, nnd that he thought It would nteom-pllsIV, II. late Mies n. Suit for HI 23,000 Dsin-ngpatch hm ssjnl afternoon, nddnced c to to klnnv iieolilciitiil tnlil nbout their work " the proposed object, Copt. Slgsbeu wns on board tho an amendinirit the resolution raseil thenper books for Kentucky I, children. secure at loiiiftllle. huWtuntliilly n follows; COLORED MAN MOBBED. The In reply to n question its to tbu rnuiv. H U evident the SpnnUh vauM a tear uso recoiinltinir United Hates lighthouse tender Kern by the set Lotisvil i.k, Ky, Feb. 20. W. II. 'ihe ill vers lin Injf dltcorori'il rases will In' bn4'l on the clnllil Hint n Ire bellUfCidlt the reinornl of tlio wnr sblps to until 2 o'clock Moniliij nftcrnoon Ho Insurgents 1 c rltthls of the Cuban bill was discussed until ndjournmtntbour Klcliard Allen Dragged l'rom Jail nnil Tate filed suit Friday nftcrnoon for Hoi'SK- - The house pasneil tbo bill to abolish of brown hoxngiytial iwiwder fur the pit reded the explosion. ilebate lieeame Beneral and Culm. Atlm Sleard Mild: "Tho ilect Is w luted for tho Spanish divers, but tbey occupied Hanged to Tree of equalization by a vote of Oil C12A.000 damages. the state ncai ' fuur hours. Mr Hale mado The defendants are nt Maylleld, is Ky. In the Courl(ioue lard guns uncxplodott, nml Wllet-llltmuMiitiN, I'fU M. In view- of now moving mid I know nothing nliout did not npH'nr 1 h" bill to reijuirr distillers to report the Drummoud thepulr.tof 'r imnlnst tlic amendmi nt that toK Tobacco Co., of bu also Hint other uiirxplMlcil will 1,. the widely piibllolird rejKirt Hint tliu it K'ing to Cuba. Mill you know I Mavkiimi. Ky., Feb. 21. A mob of CnpL blgslwa thinks Spain has a, It was gener leirl.lntlon und had under the whisky for asscs.ment thessme as other propLouis; Wilson, McNalry ,t Co., Liggett about 300 or 400 found In tliu itMtirli iiinguxloo tin the Imilxirof llutnim emitulm n hyktomof have) steam up nnd could go nut where no of Mnyficld the committee, moral nod intcrnntlomil right to insku rules lined pla. In the bill Tho vice president erty was rejKirted fatorably by reported favorA. Myers, 1. .1 S'org ,fc Co., and the nnd Graves county citizens sust tin lot and air Allen took un ap side forward, x!ih conviction Mid timruir iiiIih, n tpteinnit nroiiml If ordered " several other minor bills were gathered from difnn ludejienileut exninlnutlon, nnd ho lal from thi Allii.. Apieul not suslalntsl ably nnd the hou-- c wcnl Into committee ot the Hnrry Ncisslnger Tobacco Co. grows, thai llils magazine did not Mow which ban ferent points iu tliu outskirts ot tho tviitrvl tlu ehlff ptiblle j lie whs asked if anything li.nl bap. w III give the SpanlsHiilvera inch faciliHolsB A Iriiiv of uh)iTiB occupied tbo whole again to consider the proposed ronstio plalntilt claims hu wns compellujv"If till bo so, nml many have Inii'iriit In connection with the dlwiv oned to Justify the statement thnt the ties as nro possible. attrnllun of ic house during the considera- tutlonal amendments. The capital uinovul, ed'Pie close his tobacco warehouse In city mid dragged Richard Allen, colorto tion of the suit rj lvll appropriation bill Mr rtfereiiduui and agried, out of the jail and carried htm to ot abolishment this city because of n boycott of tho the courthouse yard and swung him to Mabany (N mnde an attack- - on the were discussed commissioner cultural somu l the social liaders of New relength, but only defendants, who compose the Manu- a tree. one tho at York whom hBsul.I held hlirh rirol while the ported on b) iho committee wos the one THE WRECK OF THE MALJ0-L'KO- .M facturers and lhrycrs' association, A IMIOTOnilAril TAKEN THE MORNING AFTER THE EXPLOSION. Allen wns arrested several daj-- ago nation was liowtd down with sTlif over the to abolish Ihe oOlccof agricultural comloaf nnd the lo a of lite res tine from the Maine tjploslon missioner, and"lt was rerirled un- which controls goods.trade inclaims that for burglary mid it was for this crimo He manufactured u 'JR. house, which Immefavorably btNATK to the Wasiiim.tos A feature thnt be wasstrungup. He was a memTS. .(. ..,.,. combined ber of a gang who nre icsponslble for tlio defendants of tho senate's tsslon Thursday was the sprei h diate!) , ratified the ,k. r.rw.,4 -- .4 rommltttt s report Wfore A I. k,.w. Pwr4 ..4 (. Ik. .l.rt...rri. IT.. of Mr. frpooner (1VI i on the rlsht of Henry by defeating the amendmint by n vote against him his business gave him a wholesale robWrles in this vicinity. W Curbelt lo a seat In the senato from Ore- - of 3i))ca to wi nays. During tho dlsctis.lon ft profit of Si5,000 annually. VS. Summary justice will be meted out to ,. In the committee of tho whole on the capital iron, under ap titDiinl of the gororcor Mr ,,.k ,.., .mU Ik. the others if captured. Sloner made I constitutional arcumtnt in rtmoval question somo warm wonls were In-- " ""- -' ' - . r Ike r....r4 M ACREAGE TOBACCO r.I.eU. dulged la bctscen Iteprcsentatlves Tracy, of filter of sratlnirMr. f'ortett and hmt not The citizens of the town greatly ,r fc,, h... f. 4, lr. .f,k. Cov laglon, and Trimble, of Kranklln county. when ihf senate adjourned . ' An (Sort ZJaT' the act but it seems lo W tlio Mill He Increased In Kentucky Despite EfWT7-I N I was mado ti obtain ronnldt ration of the ' 1v II I. I.I-- lJ lk.1 Ik. I'll t ski out, 1'cb. So. SWATB-T- hc forts to Curtail the Crop. onlj-- remedy with which to stop tho ...! ike SI. I.. 4,.,.,.4 h, ,.w-.r- l.. ml... Alaskan torn. cud and ritiit of way bill but In the senato prohibition hill seas passed Feb. 21. All ef- burglaries. HoPKl.xsviii.K, m a parllamrt try trehnleallly It went oter AOer .n.U. I. t. ,Uw , . .,, M.Jrf. Friday to the great surprise of both side, as ,M,.,.., 4 Ur. 1 he resolution il. rol by Mr Alien up to Thursday night- - tho bill of the (,h l r,.M Ik. .sir .K.r.lr.lM.. HI I fen prac- forts to Induce the fanners acreage dark ELECTION BILL. l,ln ...Sr.l.tk (Ncl) to appdt a rrmmltte of lite senators tically glten up for several days as dead Tho tobacco Wit to reduce the this i ml lu invrstliate Cie fuhan situation was opponents of the mensure led by In the year have failed, and tho planters An Attempt to I orcft Its when It was laid before Shanks of Newport hid lieen forced from tho lions. ICeslllleil lit 1.04 of l'rleiutt of throughout Christian und adjoining the senate. j start to break a quorum to pr vent lis passage the Measure. llocsr --The ll use devoted IHelf strictly to I'rldny Turner and Dingus who had counties iu Kentucky and Tennessee business ThursiU and disposed of ,"0 additionKy., Feb. 20.-- At FlisMtroiiT, tbu nre now busy making preparations for crating with tho opposition changed f al pake of the Ipdry civil appropriation bill been over and gave It tho required number of volis. the largest crop in many years. Tills afternoon session of the house nn atThe fact Ihtt Is preparing for will still further reduce tho price of tempt to abandon the regular oriler of contingencies as reccsfnlred In the huuse Tho bill makes tho county Instead of tho prebusiness and force the passage of thu Thursday whtrj Chairman Cannon, who has cinct, the unit In locol optlun elections vote whero tobacco, which is low nlrcadj, it is Ooeble election or "force" bill resulted thus allowing the country len laborlni! flo keep down appropriations, local option largely predominates already to claiim.il an cptcd withoil a word of protest an amend-nn-'Ihe sales in the Hopkinsville market In the loss of two of tho friends of tho to In'tease the appropriation to control future elections. On a test vote 51 of tlio 100 last scar reached 2U.000 hogsheads, measure. cam for the unused machinery at tho Hochb I'riday was bill day and the republicans for the purpose of delaying action on worth about Sl,.100,OOU Mr l.lllettexplalneit that netcs-sTobacco men memWrs voted ugainst the measures. presented 5J or 75 new now predict that this do not believe they eau ulni tils marhlnir) mlirht occur at the Oocbel rleiilou jcar tlio bales Its enemiespassage innny days lougcr ans time, Kciluttons which were objictodto bills on all sorts of foolish subjects, such as prevent Its an act to regulalo the w c ithT.clc This ton- - w ill reach 30,000 hogsheads. few weeks sro for tho appointment ot two but they Wllcve it is killed or can tie cadets to positions In tho engineer sumesl much time and It was utter II o'clock killed by more waste ot lima and by tho BRADLEY'S VETO bills was tlnally One coriof the ifary were also adopted. death of whon.Cookecall tor that nn afternoon completed. moved session te expiration ol tbu session octora It can of Ms them wilt all vacancy caused by tho k' t . l r ' tie.it. TU and opponent, ot tho XV ill lul n IJul.tiis oit Ihs ltallroail, Vr.l(;tit uo.passed. over n. veto andjiuViulo. cli (, "" " sw I "aa" &nM -- Kjiif mil, - -n tniftho motion caratetrnday confirmed a number of appoint-inenried by a vote of HI yeas to U f and II wns i, i, FiiASKror.T, Ky JA;!, 23. Tho Mc- among them Col II C Corbin to bo regarded as a test vote on the t lection bill. tjuarnntlticut I'rnlletitlary. will W trnenil of the army with rank of brigaMr Tracy moved that the volotiy which the Chord railroad freight rate bill penFiu.sKioiiT, Ky., Feb. 23. The vetoed by Gov. JlraUley Monday. dier t erat I.lttlc business of Importance election bill was recommitted be reconsidered. was tr m if tod lrl,tay is not given itentiary olllclals aro preparing to tnko Information The s)cakir ruled It out of order because the Tills bill hud already gone to the committee Tracy out Un.' and somewhat cxrltlnK deHoi r bv Ihe governor, but thero steps to quarantine agiiinst prisoners appealed from the dec! Ion and Trimble took is no doubt about its reliability. bate srr the gursiton of rncr and hnrbor lit here from Laurel and oilier east on was preelpllaieil IH the huiise the chair pending the appeaL Iho decision ern Kentucky counties, where smalldurlii: i'n consideration of the sundry citll of the speaker was sustained by a voto f 67 to Tho opponents of the measure suy pox prevails. Dr. limner, penitentiary Is, the ter to the battle ship Maine, Senor lu situation was more herlous slsteil from the first tlmt it Cnpt MgsWo hojwa the survey then there is no chance to pnss it over tlic 43 amid loud npplnusc. Mr llcrry Hvy succeeded In further einvUtion Ik forced tlmt tlio llisse. SunUb charge o'ufTitirs at ll hm! Ikcii. and he replied: "They steamer lliche will return to thu Tor bill frldai ixloptionof an amendment Inert On veto in the senate, as it only received Iihy.siel.iu, 1 hur.sd ay night wired Lau KittSKioiiT March I Se.vate IIIUs IntroW 1 rldnv explosion which wrecked the Maine night iiindo ton know nl Washington about that .lust tu gat Tuesday or tho next day, with hlnton, uie sppropr alien for the Kentucky rlur duced Monday Toprovldc for tberoperutln Is votes origiualry, und two of these rel county ollieinls to withhold a batch rmiin from tho outside on tbo lorl i roortpr the following statement., how strained our relations are with nil the Maine's wounded left here, ami Iron fliuM lo .vnii Only four imisus of the txiH'nsesof the houses of reform Appropri- will vote against overfilling the veto, of prisoners w ho were to W sent here. bill wcr' illspoetsl of I'riday I wh'eh, enming Iho stnate ates f 13.x per capita for each Inmate nnd (5 us) and It takes 20 votes to knock out tho It is also probable that tho city villi " he also hopes to send on tha llncho from such authority, Spain am uiiablo to say." ".. appropriation bill annually for other expenses, act to better seames (mint to the In rrply to ft uestloit put by this j mat In- - eiinstilered nn olllcinl dental: The excitement Snltirdiiy after the hereafter all thu remains of the dead wer' irtd lo withoutnrnit veto. The lironstou prison coinmis-hio- n W asked to quarantine against tho debate. An tuisuecess-fuli- f cure a more prompt administration and settle- . ' I, wish to stntq uii my own otllcial rirrcsHjiiileiit to n blgli Aiiierituu ofllarrival of tho IiiIkiu filibusters, bend- neutered In u louditlou making It r' snstna.U to seture consult ration of ment of assigned and insolvent estates by bill will W votoctl Ttusday, but counties mentioned. bv ihesehale for twoaildltlnml tho b to place theui in colllns. rial as to what the oiitoous would lie knots lodge that no mine exists inside ed by lien. Nunc and Copt. John and receltcrs. Ihe tlrst thing after it isb.ilcved it can W passed over the - of art' iu ry but on objection surrendered to the Authorities. from tho reading of the Journal In the senate Monresin 'I lio (iiniculfy experienced In recov if It wtro proved thai thn disaster was or outside of Havana harlxir. nor is t llrien, completely eclipsed nil the s e to. An Mt. Sthsi.I.so, Ky , Feb. 20. .Millard message uitm. Tenn l tho governor doings and sajiugs of the court of in- erlng the IhkIIos is not undorstootl by Mr. i us nl ipprs'priailni,' II went, over anilna day was a his veto offrom MrC'hord duo loan otitstdu agency, the ollloialln there any defens of HHUUOAr ameu announcing the rati Kentucky l'ensloners. Anderson, who knocked Henry Haw The report is so absolutely false quiry otllcers. question said: Their quick departure tjny but the divers. The latter llav i - was ptniilne vrhen theF house at t road freight-rat- e bill Thcvctocoters Ii Washington, Feb. 2S. Tho follow- kins in the head Wednesday evening, "SIp, the American people ctmld not alnl rldirulous that it isntlil only have I revenU'il very much Wing learned as worked for three )iours trying to bring o elis . messed until K the ercfllng session to pages citing numerous authorities to ing pcuaions were granted to nearly killing him, surreudeied to the to prit ale bJUs. Is- - restrained. show that the bill Is unci nstltutlonal because meali wnr. Hill to the expedition, but the Cubans here out one txxly intact, nnd ono of thu be d.i orlxintite I m the iiiinds of those b ts - StsATE Saturday; 'Original George authorities. Tho examining trial was It would ill pHie a citizen his property withdoubt whether It would le nccessarv ' humous to incite the evil passions are elated. An cjcdilion has Wen j divers hnd u bad fall nnd sevcrnl got preatir imrti'f the cnates session Durlnsthe out due proe ss of law andofbecause It would be ISorntr.teger, Louisville, tSalurtaj 0; Richard continued until Monday. March 7. to tliv n shot Adni. Mcard could of Nilh nations for tbelrown miserable prej tiring to get ftwny from Ivev Nest tlielr nlr tuWs tnngled. Kven then the to a seal dt legating Judicial ow crs lo the railroad comof Henry W IVirlx-l- l Nilli.tuis, Howling Green, 50; Lewis Hawkins is lu a dying condition. An I consider tbo very suggestion tate uf Oregon was under discussion. for some tune, but It probtbly will they could not extricate the remains. fron i iiiiebor the lown, tho Indlnnn, the Mas- - ends creating the orilco missioners. The houe bill II. Gill, The principal c. "Torts of tho divers Mr. I rton iN'eh ) In an extended of custodl in of public buildings and putting all Williams, l'nducali. Ss; Harvey Louis- derson's plea will W snrhnsetts and the New York outside of stiili n thing nn Insult to .p.iln " suiter another delay, us tho plot hns Win. Noland, the admission of at the lime ho struck Hawkins porters tho present statehouo llnvnna bnrlsir to prevent the III): res The fru nds of the victims of tho linked out through two Spanish spies. nre now directed townrd clearing tho while vi r. Coraker. Kyle and Mn Cortiett ! charge was passes! by the senato under his Cumberland, $10;Marlow, Lot, SO; Win. Mantlesup-Pvrtiswith an ville, Jd; Daniel the latter was attempting to draw a the food aupiillo, without which Mnlno disaster have diseorered that Its Inquiry to upper wreckage, smokestacks, decks, The naval board shifts M if t'orbeit s claim. The vote oa the amendment preventing the abolishment of C Vonover, Owensboro, So Restora- pistol. ' I. - IxTen agreeil will bo. taken ntxt the aity could not exist n fortnight, they can not hav: their holies brought Key Nest temprnrily While it is guns, hatches, bridges, cranes und rase Janitor of tho court of appcils and arsenal tion and Increase Chmles Hedge, LudOffer services to (loverninent. kt eper Cuba Is a waste of nslieSj and ilrsola- - to thi fotintry 1u cases whero they holding sessions there the work of the gniiiilngs. Then, If not Wfore, nil tho Monlo ' Uv m. Widoivs, Ktc. nl t The hue did not complete the FuvM.toiiT, Ky., Feb. 25. Uov. Rrad- lldii. Hven the hotels nnd cifi s here ' hav! alrcndy Wen., Interred. Tills is divers will go forward nnd something dead can W removed. Jlot'sr At the afternoon ssslon the houso low, tb to S12. Original n of ihe atunlay Sophroula GoodinaJ, Meeting Creek, lej-- Thursday received letters from In Havana live from hand to mouth on due to ho fact that Iho fpimWli laws nny W done townrd raising portions' Qapt. MgsWo continues to recelvo consk! r maaCnnnon sundryctrll bill with It un- defeated the bll to amend tho landlord undo Uheld the floor butn iiiicpt. r tenant law so that onlv live dots notice to Francis 11. Douglass, n lawyer ol Dan All tho til n I) supplies brought from the 1'nlted forbid tlio oliupiaUon nf corpM-Vtintfusluir to yield to Mr. MomWrs letters in great nuniWrs. of the w reck. of the Maine 3D days, ns would be the i hulriuuti of the naval com- now- - required required, instead of tho (M ville, and Robert W. Wooldy, formerly Mull Held rendliiz ii Decision. tin' expiration of tho leriol. of tire of the Ik in r. I discourage laying too queries nlKiut tho men who lost their MnhN. The bill to change Third ' was anxious lo secure considera I.I M.imov Ky., Feb. 23. The mall of Lexington, but now connected with "K Adiu Men til tlemainlcd tlm yejrsiifinr JmrlnU much stress on whnt the divers nre do- - lives when the Maine was blown up mittee ' bill n by his eommllto for 1 iippollulc district was prnctlrally defeated by of tho defunct lllucgrass Untitling and tho New York Sun, asking that their Tlie tro1ilblti6u had its origin in the Irig or drawing positive conclusions uru answered ns soon as possible if tion ft" r f of iwrted victims and sur- - refusing to allow ll to be reported ly tho of llnvnun. giving 21 hours for the tho It can hardly be Loan association is Wing held by Post- names W enrolled on the first company t the removal of tho women and chil- ft ur of Infection from contoglous the Malno dlsaiter Afur rushed 'on stittitcs. from Ivors Nevertheless. there Is anything to W told. their lalxirs. thruugh now In time to lie I tho sundry civil bill were disponed Mp-j- r. pending Judge of volunteers organized in this statejn One of tho snildest letters received dren, surrender would follow The ml njmUi,Mtlou passed, pier tho governors veto. The master McClicsney mnde by differ. ( by Capt. Sig&We was from the brother Nattm ii manr efforts wtro and forts arc tdd slruitiircs nml could Onniio, td have liixlles Oocbel eltctmn bill and Iho Eli.ir.li district llarrs decision as to whether It shall tho event of war with Spain. lo harbor items gcrrvraiindi r bill wcro read and romp ired as In-- turned over lo President J. W. Por e of n dead man, who wrote that when ent ne "t thn eInjeit Hvir uiiOlflnil by n sls'pouiiiler. Such hrnughl-tthe I'm ted 'tales by of them sureesttul Into 'I Smallpox Kpldeui e. bill new guns as hnvu mounted are death was claiming tho victim his ame In is appropriating (WHO tortlivo tnrolled thoTrlmblothp tarequlre nil rail-- 1 ter, representing tho new board of Initlvnlu.ils and they have en23. Thirteen to Mllim.i tuoi!o,Kj-.,l'eb- . tho friends nt home were celebrating his land i " r IJni urn) fur tlmlnRtou Del and l'.stalcompanies In as state as the Westeru rectors, or ,., iiij,,.., Uav, ,. i.,, was new cases short nf ammunition nnd have never countered thin obstacle Ox well developed of smallpox theapproprtntlon for lloston harbor Union Telegraph lines along their right of way mane assignee uy me out uo.iru. birthday mid wishing him many happy Inch mi") to erect Irrn I'led If flcli llhnico khould tU-- Wlullicr mi t'tforl will he mndo to ndoptisl. from Thursiku. Disease seems to W betoiiito wcroSesatk. Hon 11 was passed, teas 01, navs 1.'. Mr A C llrown tt returns of the da). lino to surrender, the hpanlsli hare it removed is not jet uppuretiU Minh yond the control of thu local health ad'till llriw 'llielr Mi lu I Irs, prtsentcd n Jolntresolulon calling on h0Chaplain Chldwick litis. Wen here who repreM-n- t ItAvws. re.?J- - '1 he wreck of the V ( itiwns MomtaT dinlisl admlssUn to jutant general to Inform tha legislaturethens to Fi'AMsloin, Ky , Feb. 24. At ll.o be Ward. Tho assistance of the govern.'II y eeiiL of llm priqwrty and pay 75 1T Mil ib i' ic as n sen dor from Oregon on the by Capt. MgsWe ns n man, n the per slow l bulsurelv siiikingiuto is . how many mailable soldlir he one ment w ill bo Invoked. Three hundred priest ami an otlirer He Is nlwnys apioi irenl b the roverncr by the decisive war. Ides over, Tho senate bill haslnruseof , ginning of the legislative session ., to change tho ii nt of the tnxcs.of the Island, stould tbu mud. Ik'orc, Die hull could le hes were to men,K, cases are loportcd In the mining fnv1or,l.lo1 lll.c',S cheerful nnd is doing the most effective voteu m 'sIon of Spis'iCorbclt bv tn.ulc uguinst) time of of holding courts in the Twtutj fourth uf compel him to occeilo to AUin htrnrd's raised it would Ik necessary to remote Mi llacon (tla tho was to ulHjlisli uie oiuce ot common regions of east l'enncssjc, south Virwas p issed Judicial work possible ti tins As for volunteer,, the men nre, the guns ami iltck debris. Tor Inck of .mill nis(Mlch and lu favor of bis wealth's attorney. A bill wllhthlsiii ginia and instii'ii Kentucky. y Morgan tAla ) After disposing of Duly ono body was recovered Monof Lpropttr apyllancos practically nnthlng tho, iiKMt liuTtjlJiq-uiploye- s for K AN view was introduced some time ago, of-day and it hns not jet Wen Idcntilled, the O tl case, the senate begun the I1' "li . t ie id- - tncrchiintH. anil ' in llils linn lins ix.cn iiccompiisnen Argilim lit In the (ontriupt Case. n homestemt and 'are, Inrgely tlielr sou or their Aside from thu otllcers nnd enbln efthough there are hopes thnt It um W right ' rtheAla-k-und bait not concluded inlWay Has u six. ion Steamer Constructed and but it has Wen killed. The common f'tWs FllVMsHiltt. Ky , Feb. 20. The Cov1 It when avbll wealth's attorneys will contiuui) to ington contempt cases were nrgued In Inter. W ith nny others recovered In It adj ' list. has Won Starts for the Klondike. junior partners. fects tlio salvnge thus far ' It is well to look thesu things In tho pitifully tlmu It will go with tho wounded on KoMitio, Intl, Mnreh 1. Omer Marls, draw their vtlarirs. ousc rasscil the sundry civil small. Tho cloudy weathHot i Tl the court of appeals by Judge O'Hara llncho to tha Dry Tortugns und appro .Jtlcm hill Mondii) after four dais' de- of Russlitville, this countj- - former Is well for er and rain mndo tho work of tho face. Al.thofmne.Hnio It and Charles 11. l'Jsko for Iho council-me- n Clilld llurnr.l to Driilb. most was tho editor of tho Kokomo GaitetU, started West. On her next trip north Hie bate, the ot tho upproprlallonaction our repreKey Friday tlio Ameriron to restrain themselves tho divers unsatisfactory ami Judge Charles J. Helm for' lloi'Kl.Nsvil.l.K, Ky Feb. 2S. F.dna for llncho will carry to Key West thu tlrst elimination the l'arls exposition bn n point of Snttirdny for the Yukon country, being Randolph, the until thrg, Is homo proof of nil outkltlo 'wild very little was done. It Is daughter Judge Tarvln. A decision is not exsentation lit Mr. of John Randolph, residing near this pected for several days. companj- - of wounded taken to the Dry sler On lrlday last tho house, In rommlt- - Joined by a party from Texas. tigcicy of explosion. Vo cttn ntTord to snld thnt a holo has Wen tundu of the whole, whero there Is no record ol Maris has had constructed ti six-toTortugns. wait n Jlttlo longer, seeing; thnt wo by tho illvrrs In ono of thu forward city, was burned to denth, her clothing Sumliy lllll Drreiitrd. In vole, knocked out u provision wliU.li lhu.irty will sail having caught fire from nn open stove, hnvo w sited so long, Wu could not hutches, nnd ll Is hoped that n number steamer-IThe Spanish divers did not make Fell. 20. The bill to pa till fur an appropriation FlliMsFiiUl. tlio 1'aclllc cuast, the launch being near which sho vvas playing. Capt wait after It had unco liemi proven of Ixxllcs ss, HI 1h reeovVred. Thu court tlielr exnmlnntlon Monday. She Muse whu furulsli tho govcrnmeut with from to prohibit Sundny baseball playing tnaV disaster was thn result o( Jnqufry siil longer tjinh usunl bigslieo expected them, and probablv fnrmatloa lending tolho conviction of thevlo- - shipped to San Francisco by rail. Harlivid but n few minutes. In places the except iu cities of first and second class iiorsot Iho Internal revenue laws und Mnmla) ry Shcrwin, son of Postmaster Sherwin, Hush peeled fro-- the bones. of a dskdinlly plftU hpnnsh olllecrs thp. six divers Isilnp; exntnlned will be advised Monday night as" to was defeated in the house Friday. I'ommltteo nn extra month' pay was voted of Russlinille, accompanied Mr. Mnrls. moro In detnil than heretofore, Tho when they will Wgin their Investigafron the. ohl tountry hold totho tlio emplo)sn( tho house, lloth ihoso propo- . I'osiinsster ut M.iylleld, Ky, thclrnriiw would tlmoof'the dopitrturonf thu Muugrove Anniillltid Ion t'.ulil.lilp. Ho wns much giutitled nt tion Tills Is the third trip to Alaska for Mr. - nous commanded n vtij respectable imijorU WaMII.noios, Feb 20. Tho president ViiiMMi.ii'it, Ky., Feb. is. Walter Monday In good condition Ins i iho committee but when tho members toted Maris. Whllo thero last jear as correove) co'mViis 111 S Tew weeks, but tho, wltlithe court" for. Key West hits not all calls la tho house both of thim wire spondent for Ihe Chicago Record lie Pmlth. of this city, has been appointed Friday seul the name of W. S. Ma son (ullau 'mert'MHiils hnvo ih siifli delu Inslgnlit of tho Order of the lleil deterinincil Cupt. Sainp.sou said rwhelmlngl) defeatist Snerul minor bills to tho senate to W postmaster at Ffiglo (I'russluii) nud the gold medal n rich claim mid he goes llils to a cadotshlp at Aiinnpolis by Conhum, nnd tbey tvouUI control tho slfu' I'rdny tlitt iCvvns doubtful whetbor repassed, nfter tho Sunday -cittl bill was secured work Ky. gressman Settle. thnt thai no shot Jili TvNtl wo.nld kail presented to him by the international ntlon, it. time to poitodof, Anvcr,lcnn tin .would bd theilepeiliTril ou thu duvclopiuulits of fisheries exhibition in London In iss.1 Mill lii the Usee. l.sis, Wealthy I'lirmrr Dead. I'lrst Hill lo llreoine In Prison. Health llrnkru fill testimony. neitKbaary," ' ' . I.ieut. Commander Wninw right, tlic Li.xis.aTox. Ky., Feb. 25. -- Maj. P. P. FitANhf our, Ky., Feb. 21 -- The first () Mnreh 1. Rv.tn J. West, iIi.asoow, Ky., Mnreh 1. Harden Ahltos, lUvltri. KelC 21. Tho wfiVklng HaVa.na.IVIi. 20. Tho United .States asked what foundaexecutive olllccr of tlio Maine who was politician, who has bllli.issed by this legislature which Johnston, whenfor the report that ho light jotise tender Mangrove Is still vi'Shel ItighfArni arrived hero nlmost worn out with constant work K.ilstou, ngctl 70, n wenlthj- fanner, lllO well tion thero Is lied, nt hW homo, Mvon miles from Ikhmi a prisoner in the comity J.ul has so far- - Wcouio u law Is the bill intnoruliiK, With CnpU Milieu in huri? siiil tho niivnl court of Inquiry on tho wreck, had u good rest .Suud.iy would abandon his race for governor, t mil, lu was the for several months, has been released liouiiL'i'oiuK't.s to testify in civil cases, said: "Tho Sunday night, eoiuuuind. 1 Thu batrd of, 'Impllry fllllttljllllll ttM tlSIIIll U'lksIflllM l'rlilliv. HOW A M'lIM UII.M, VIIM: 18 I'l.ACI.K AM) nnd say.s he eels now like n new man talk about my getting out Is ruined nnd making other changes iu the civil 01T.IIV.TKII lioariK'ilhcr.'ntid thu work of raising Ith ihuTuIers hciiietl to get nwny to Key Capt. SlgsWo reports that the work of Miher o( ,11. F. Ralston, vice president from custody. His health governor is mi itiveii toile. It was Introduced by represen- of the race for tho Mnlho's big guns legun nt noon. West Inte Kritlny evening or curly Satthe divers Monday was slow and must of thu First national bank, mid him-s- . mid his life was despaired of last week tative Tracy, of Covlugton. nnd was tlou of those who would like to seu liw If n licuvy stockholder lu the bank. He was charged with hnving issued nro not suro they have found thu forward maga- necessarily continue slow, owing to ThiH far. tho. work of tho, dlVcys, has urday ipurnhltr, but-thenice." approved by tho governor i edue.sduy out. I am In Ihe false orders on tho count' treasurer An ex- which it will be.- - It Ii? prohublc that zine intact nnd have Wen bringing tip the illllli'ulty of making mi impression beeli liisblo tlio atiiikcn ship. Ordered lo (ivt llraily, morning. Murder In (It) Coiini), A Duel rosslbl,'. amination of thu oulsldu of tho hull the testimony of theelviliiiu witnesses powder which wns not likely to ba"vo upon tlio muss of henvj- - debris. Hut Maiivsvii.i.k, ()., March 1. Capt. C. PiNlMl.tr, Ky , Feb. 20. Timothy ll'ietlon lllll r.ies I lie Home. will lio mado ntonco If tho permit of did not add to tho courts knowledge of remained powder If the explosion had they nro doing thebst they can. Friends Fit vskhiiit, Ky., March Sellers, of tho Currv cadets, I .- Hy the Asher, a fanner of Clay county, reFiiAMstoiii, Ky , Feb. 23tbo Kpanlsh shall bo obtained. Consul thu circumstances nttenillng tho ex- Wen an Internal one. Much of tbu no longer deny thnt they have fears 1), Fourteenth reglmcut, O. N. II., FORTIFYING"" tleiieral leu In hem, nnd mys that ho plosion, of the it. uses of which thesu evidence lends to support thu belief of u duel between Col. Jack Chiiin mid dfilsive iiiiijoritv of 13 the liocWl ports that Arch ll.ikcr shot und killed has received orders to have the cookobi lion bill was pusstd through the Amos lkleher on Red lllrd creek, Clay never once thought of leaving llnvnun. witnesses could knqw nothing, as they of nn I'xplinhni produced by n si'iW In the Vicinity of 1'iri I'uiviitmi I, W itli. ing utensils in readiness mid ids com Senator lironstou, f Lexington. Thtir houso S.tturdiiy, niter n long and ex- county. Whisky was tho cause. Raker liu court of In- vs,eiu quite n distuiicu away fit the tlmo murine mine. Tho inquiries of tho Havana. Tub. quarrels date back since turly in this Work I oc Muln nml lit). winy ready to leave1 hero oil a board are directed along a line to lied and bus not been arrested. citing session. 1'onv Tow.sskmi, Wush., M ireh I. " quiry held Its usual sessions Thurs- of the iK'enrronee. legislative session. notice. Tho wounded wcro reported to lav bring Hft' fnuts bearing on the poiiih The work oT fortifj'ing tlio thr.' conof Cupt. Hnmpsou reports thnt Dropped Dead of Heirt DUcuse. day. .' I n,li itlons Kj'..loul liay, Win. A I allure nt Turin), Light Men I'ros.n lo Deilli. The proof Is mlthur final nor posl spicuous points eontigiioiii Jo Port Fob. 20. Ch'npliilii Ch'dwlck was- examined' ns doing well Friday WlLMWisiii'iiO, IUiidsiown. Ky.. Feb. 28. A. P. sKVTll.K, Wash.,' Fob HI, The stenm-I)., Mnrcll 1. An assignment Hlllson, an old settler und ono of H hit- - Thompson, u prominent elli.eli of till) Chapman Derrick and tire, but It is strong enough to Towjisend, wnlch has Wen going on in Lou U.. The Merrltt "to his i ersonnl e'xperleiuvs nt tho tlmo Noyo, which arrived hero from was made hero Monday ley T. F. ley's most prominent citizens, started .county, dropped dtud at Ills homo 111 of tho disnstor to tho Mnlnc, nnd thnt Wrecking company's tug, Right Arm, make tliu theory of an Occident u u desultory fashion for some uioiths, Alaska I'rldiij', brings a report that tho Wright, a I ntll the grocer, to Henri hunting, anil wnen no iniieu iu return Fairfield. iignln ul work removing such parts growing improbability. Ho was fur a number of thu testimony win. taken of tbu captain Is is now being forward under spei i il orSumat night, search was Instituted. der's from Siiurelnry Alger a i I now llritlsh Ihig has been planted at Amor-i- i V. Wright, for the benefit of Ills crodi ,of n h, nulsii lurk in tho hnrUir nml of tho wreck ns It Is possible to hnndlo luiller plutes can be examinedI. "no .tears magistrate, mid has lieldolh:: opinion can bu forme strongThnt tliu doublj"forces tit work nt Points mit lake, 14 miles Inside of the placed nt SlO.OUO, tors. Liabilities tiro JtliOMipcrliiteinluiitof thu West Indian in advance of the arrival of thu morning his body was found In a filets In Hie fount)'. Ills death Is atmay bo determined by tile time the Marrow stone ni houndtirj line and 12 milts from assets, S10.0CO. pll works, ucrovs the buy nt Heghi, er tugs and derricks from the north. deep ravine. Indications lira that there tributed to heart disease Admiralty are Ihmii board returns to Hat unit. I apt. samp-so- wurkjd night mi day to llnlsh up. a 1 M ijfiiny. It Isolso reported tlmtcight Havana, Feb. 20. Twenty unknown mi11i of whom witnessed thu uxplotlou. has been loul ; lay. It is said that an ( Igitrute. lllll I us.eil. t re I nl il, Ills Injuries' mid als iitsociiitcs tiro lie. are of tho already prepmatloils are being mado nn u havu Ik'iii frorou to death ou tlie Mr. Itolf. tho Ilrltlsli euglnccr of tho bodlts of thu crow were recovered tlieie wcro several contusions on variFllANKHHir.Ky., Feb. 2". Tho houso M NhW Pun siiH.i'iiis, o. March ti ml since Febriuiry IS. Ihmting dock In the harlior, wrote it from tho wreck by the divers nt noon impntlcncd with which the result of for placing tho heavy guns which uru ous parts of tlio bodj. at Its afternoon session nsscd the i 'mel Luglehitrt, who sustained sertho United duo to arrive Colored X'etenins I orm r Coiiipiuir letter to thu court, but did not mid Friday. The bodies wcro frightfully the inquiry is awaited in too momenniry dnj-- . 'I it Abolish the lloanlof r.iiiilUillnii. Wutkins cigarette bill, which prohibious injuries while moving n biij tret I'Alils, Ky., Feb. 20 Colored veteranything materia! to what wits known. burned and mangled, and It may bo Mutes, but their labors are FltAXKloiVr, Ky.. Feb. 25. 'Tho its the smoking, sale, barter o- - loan ol city Saturday, died Sunday Col. Mntthcv; C, liollowity, founder ans here are very much exercised over in this Havana, Fob. 2.1. Tho. const surtey Impossible to ever Identify noma of tous In consequeiire to W hurried. morning. He was 03 jenrs old itiitl houso Thursday passed tho bill abol- cigarettes In this slate nml fixes u Kkv Wihi, Fin., .Mnrch 1. All thu of tho Memphis Av.ilmiuhu und after-wary them. lolz.r, who mado such it lirnvo the prospect of n war with Spain, und 'itvuiiii r. A. I'. Ittichf, nfter innny for having any cigarette tnutcrlul editor of the Appeal, tiled Mon- a toinpany ban been organized undo leaves u large fomlly of grown lif ishing the htuto Ward of equalization JJry Tortiigus Thursiliiy light, died In the hospltiil Friday. All Maine's dead tlmt imnti iiuliurlcd . left for by a bij majority. iu cue's possession. chlldrou. tender mndu of Its service. ull do- - tho wounded will leuvo hero butuluy on will bo luld to i est lu Key West. day night lu his 7slh your, .ftciiioou with lliroo wounded, MAINE WRECK - -- T STATE ODDS AND ENDS. Is Slowly Settling Into "' I A tirMiid. olll-iv- 7tVt' " 1 ,i ..,. .,,, " -- V gen-cr"'- !; olll-til- umt3VlM -- i feg'.fcjt P ot 1 h mfMnmvii . ,t .,, tt ? m m ten-inc- h 1 '""r 1 .,!.. 'T;'Al""n""'.?r' (irr .lttlo ., frimvi. ,.... rr?FJrlolia,1J'.T":?.! ,.,,. -- Kcn-tuckia- liu-Ili- 11 Ill' J u ' h rs J - MirltrI g s "" ......... ...... ., .. '- . h. K-- .ne .k.., ,., nn,. "" Pl... .4l.l.. ,sp. ru "' .u .,. ,, tk,d. ..mk,..,..., .,..!.. swa, ol Hob-er- ts l.r.,4 tk,.a f, f.r.,J, w,.r K, 4iu rsscn eo-o- nt -- fr li lt WM ,V x if m TaT. , . r, T lsW.tllrsrr.-n.e'-se- yirc "JjKp-- is , i to-tla-y y ir lt 1 pot-.lb- le i nnj-klm- I i n J , 1 1 Hr-mii- ! ieii-li- 1 -- ' ' r.'' ' Sls-t- fc i i Hon-tel- ls va-ct- j com-nillt- ills-cusi- i. prl-rat- ls-e- Ill' j Ifk r ! ' iiier-rlian- - pMkByMi 1 JH vy '. ll b n 1 il -- IW ,,,.. consld-trall- o I n K. e 1'rl-dn- i -- len . May-Hel- Iuiicu-IIjcIIuv- o frofubti; Weil-iifwhi- y ,,,,., . y 1 1 om-pa- :.1.-'l- I - t well-know- n Frl-d:i- v 1 u 1 t.-- tie-l.i- d pen-nlt- y In rliisElikSHi .&8&IU s.-i- " WIS. ffflf;r. ) ,r teJ" rf-- r w" V.' i, MUMIUHWI' . ..WW" c man rommitted snloldo FAKMKNS AND MERCHANTS' yt of a melancholy conviction IUOKMVV, ICY., NATIONAL BANK, The Legislature must mljnuru that he was Ida own grand-father- , Piumr, : : : MAnrn 1, 18ns, on the 17th lust., and tho real John J. Ingalls, of and here is the letter he left be .t HIOKMO'i laths KTATK of KKN- TUOKY, at the eloeo of liuiineli, tiht as to liKitln'i wil1 l,u " Kansas, believes that a gonoral hind hint. No wonder he killed Feb 18lKf UU8 between now and that date. fixed for the Conflict. Is near, when tho map himself; iiphoavHl KKSOUKfES. practicalSo fur there has been fron"I married a widow with a grown tJ,.n.it..lilli'enunn. W Pol 18 Lexington Argonaut: Kentnckj ly no legislation ucconiplihed. of tho entire earth and the WW tiers of nations will undergo n up daughter. My father visited tltenl ft "Cri and iin'ernrril hr la iiilmirHtily equipped for war. days to change. our house, very often, fell in love U 8 llinil to eeenre citfulatlon Hue Iimk Ht leant fifty OHiileens In The Governor has ten nd lUnkliW hime, furniture passed by the nmiRliter each bill J.enliiKlou. I believe we are on the brink with my step daughter and mar filling, two House, and It Is well under-utooi- l of the most tremendous explosion ried her. So my father became Other fftl n'' morgnei my son In law, and my step daugh I0.fi3l 41 tba Did Kind. I'rcfers pwnf J that he will veto most, if that has ever been known in the National Hanks, (not world's history," he said in an in- trr my mother, becnuso she was Due from Aeenlo.) ImportWO 10 A not every one of the more 81. Loulu terview at Atlanta the other day. mv father's wife. Soon afterward Due Krorre from ipproerd rierrre sR'li 15.340.17 In vented b ant bills, aud then comos the rub Kromili ofliecr Im my wife, had a son he was my Is a at IM13 Heine I'hf.Vii nJ othfr It innj' have of passing such hills by a two. "Thero There universal crisis iiolaelea Cannon. law and my un- N'ni.a ol other Nntinn.tl lUnke, IHIW nro many causes father's brotlier-ihand. it war ukuo, Itut the old kind in thirds majority over his veto, or which contribute to this the gi cle for he was the brother of my Fr(Honl pr eurreoc, olok Fourth or 47 0G good enough for the My father's wife, i.e. gaiitm armament of tho Knrnpean ti and eente the bill is killed. rtolel fi 11210 July. tie - mv ft 3 (tAS Oil The Goobel election bill, called powers; the territorial encroach- He was, of course ulso had a sou. I,Kl trnJer nolee, ray brother, by Its opponents tho Force Bill, trie ut of the nvnl powers In the aud in the meautlmo my grand Kolemrlten fund llh U S. flood l'lan to Follow. Orient nnd in Africa; the war of Trfurr (5 per cent of 462 50 Maynville liulletin: Owner or has passed both Houses and the the laboring masses against their child, for he was tho son of nij cireulition) uniinpruved rent entitle in Louis-till- Governor has until next Thursday own condition, and the accumula- daughter, my wife was my grand ai. $107,607 4S Tiisl, in funiUhlutf to consider it. This Is decidedly tion of wealth by tho other class. mother, because she was my mothwill LIABILITIES. free alien Tor manufacturing AM are prepared a conflict. er's mother. I was my wife's husfor f&rtpoooo bill of the ses'locV F,J ' Tliia in m good plHit for ibe most important Vo will come ont of It nil right, band nnd grand child at the same Cllit fund, j 6 000 00 and ritiea to follow. sion, nud whilst it appears that its I feel certain, and I believe that time. Aud as the husband of one's 8iit1u other towns u Uu'lividrd profit n. Ires nprni friends have the votes sufficient civilisation will be advanced, but grand mother is hla grand father,' WM atimi.i) mKk.T pnoriT le.eoe. llo untlwoltft-Ur- s Nllonil II. nk noir.oiiHUnJInit M.UAOD'l $2 Whent. to pass it, yet it is by no means it will work a change in the map I whs mv own granu-ratherl- " iu Uio ono ho aotptM the hand of the Sollcils your bnslness. l.O-'pur to Mhrr Nut I ttinkt 47 We offer tho most Liberal Accommodations a of the world." ... .t. H l.l. intlllSllOU In nnr niMA..na uuimiDlclll. Willi 11 ...l.lt.l. .l STONK WIMrSTAY"lX THE RAUB. I,ll,iJil.l JpoilHubj.cltach'k 30,H()4 0I lady, in the other rwfueed it Iln then v wu. uiiniuiiivm l'ortncal hits hud to commence certain that it will beenmo law. put tliom Intoahat and callidhlaenrrant. Banking Principles. trom tlio United An active and able minority of tmuortlng wheal Economical Koad ImproTPment. Take oiia of thii letters,' uid ho, ToUl, f!07 607 4S "I want to sav that there wiH Slttt erf Ktntucky, County (j Fulton, u; a " Bute. mid there are ieiia. of U Uemnurats nre nchtln it. "and oarry it tha ehUu of Hour famine M over Huron. "Whloh MU-r- . air?" A tribute to Ibe superior cheap-nea- tin more ttian one cnnuuuie t-rr The new Option Law, making Tliofiiog, Chter of h nbofi K. T. TYLER C. A. IIOLCOMHE, J. N A YLOK, W. II. B ALTJK I.J -r Democ-milnomination the "HTiieh you tf upitlna to look hs If Lei I or1 j pre- th county fnateuil of prrrliidts of rood roads, oven when tiiwnrtinf In fliM Aalil .,v VMp" nnrJ limit, da noleranlj iwi-t- r that I In The arrvant encao a latter. ThefVmnt ...... tinvf diction of0l.HU or even M wheat J. W. CQWOILIi, V. L. McCUTOHKN, W. ( .I011N80K. ' ol rue Nie etslemenl li trie to the bent humid the other tailliout ojvyiltur it. A were not ao very fifthly after all. tho unit of control, lias passed the made of dirt, was paid by Capt. said W.J. Stone k newte Ige end bellrl Uie two dlwlAiiCii of tvn leagurs aparatM Senate, nud will pass the Hnmta Biowue, one of the delegates to of the First district, at the Wil-larJ A. THOMPSON, C.thl.r. ehalrauA, The dororxtlo mut bo aWnt That' tlielr Mar. if it Is reached, but Its fate is un the Virginia Good Roads Couven S'lU-rlb'- J Hotel yesterday afternoon. on I eworo te twfnre me tbii twutt-fou- r houra- - twenty-fou- r himre tlon in 1894. In the course of "The Election Hill is dJaigned to 3rd dv o' Mrch. IVJ.i. Uia OotKit ran know nirut tlapM It muat have been fanny to too certain. The Governor's veto nine remarks, Capt. Browne said: crnsh nut opposition to certain W. l.INl'SAV, N. P. A. iAatirA-rtMriur rr.i.r.RKATK HU nltnatinn U a:iy UiinK but hie f.U Col. Henry HounIoii, the free sil- would kill it. He kuowt not dunng the "The question of good roads candidates, but it willnot do in. CorrfCl IIAlien; efrvitilt Ul'CIIAMAN The nronston Prisnn Bill will be comes homo to me with great force, The sentiment of tie State is ver Kepulillean, making a apeeoh whether he Uamamrd J J. C UoiDuuiet, Direeiore nt the tCepnblican harmony meet-m- i; vetoed by the Governor, but they for I have in Northampton county clearly against the dill, and the ruau era wncliii - whrthor he haa atlll t. Caie. in Louisville laat Saturday, claim it will be passed over his good tint roads to haul over, and effect of It is hound to be InjurillipjHiwfrtiuii"iif hiinwlf, or whrllicr Iln u lUitwvlcf Tlkedomra-ti- c when only a few months ago he in another county bad dirt roads. ous to the parly. JKWSrAl'KIt CONTROVERSIES. retunieL llUiloarriel thaUttor of was advocating 'he election of Mr. bend. I put fonr carts, each one with a "The ndvnnates of tin bill are Ja, eJ and J. d M The School Book Bill lias been Bryan. PHducah Register. already beginning to speak of "Are thpy Wise or Otherwise T" thLi time, oucof tliehappioat huibands Is innle to it, on the scales, aud killed in its present shupe, aud it loads which were hauled over the those opposed to it as bolters.' was the the titln of two interesting dial port of th nxintrr Concentration of Wealth. Is barely possible that it can be so Northampton roads averaged Men are classed assneh vhn were papers read before the Missouri A country niorclmnt via!ted amended as to become u law this 2,4AG pounds; in the other county, demoorats before some of those Press Association. They are oth the city a few day.h ago and pur-- , J tie rich class constitute 9 per 800 pounds is the universal load advocatiug it were old enough to session. cent or the population. The mid erwise. Tho day of controversy cha-e- il (roin a dollar torc a table in delivering produce. In North- vote. The McOhnrd Railrnnd assess- ampton the tax die cities constitutes 3tf per cent pnsaed with Greely, Dennett and castor, vvliicli lie took hnme with for road purposes uud the poor 02 per cent of the ment bill has already been vetoed is ten cents on the tlOO. and in the lesser lights of a generation Looks Iilkc tin it a tug population. The rich class own by the Governor. ago, Two editors have not et him, and alter puttiut; present of it the other county, where Mie roads marked $ , made a 71 per cent of the wealth, the mid nre bad. it is twenty ce'iH on $100 On ban bonds, so it rrporteil In teen discovered who ran discnes The trnth is that the Legislature to a preacher, whme church the dle class owns Jo per cent, and has so delayed passing hills that worth of properly. This differ- McKiuley organs are be ng bought questions of public interest with- family attended. The reverend poor class but 3 per cent. the ence is owing to the adoption-o- f np by the sgouts of 'be Itolhs-chilli- s out calling each other names. TlLCI-ZlsSJlf- r These facts nre gathered ftoin the tilings are mnch tangled, and much impinved methods, which reduce Either one or both descend to per- gentleman look the package home, in this conntrjr aid Europe. legislation left entirely at the mer- cost and give much advantage." United State ceiif.ua. opened it and examined the conThese securities had not been sonalities. It is pleasant to utile cy of the Gneruor. Capt. Ilrnwno's description of considered worth tnaet by bond bow much less jntiriulistio bitter- tents. Tho next day he took the U A Warlike Resolution. c:ii.tor with, tlio tao; attached Inck the road equipment in Northamp- dealers until a few days ago. Then ness thero is than there was ton may be of interest to Ken- it Is said, the Belmont', of New thanks to the prsss association to the grocervnian and said to lunr Do Not Endorse Representative Alex. Brown, of tucky farmers who are straggling York, who represent the powerful nnd a growing civilization. Tho "I am too poor in t lit- world's this county, one of the old soldiers banking interests of the Roths- editor who abuses hi contempt) goods to atlord fo valuable a castor with dirt roads. rsries is an Ishmaelite, a mistlti on my table, and if you have no ! The Goebei election law has of the lower branch of the Genchilds iu the United States, orders from their princi- and is heartily despised and ns- - objections 1 should like to return A Dream Inrentlon. eral Assembly, introduced in that passed both houses, and it is conHe belongs to tho bar-- ' pals In Ktiropo to qulttly invest trnrised. body on Monday a resolution re fidently claimed, will bo passed You Cannot .Tfrtkc a 9llalake Possibly the most interesting iu them. Now, the lielnonts nre barism of the past aud the world! it and take ,l-- l wortli of groceries questing the Adjutant General of over the governor's veto, and beunloading their Spanish bonds and lias left him. Controversies, when instead." The merchant could do woman's invention was patented the state to iurnlsh the House a come a law. . This will not certain- - by the wife of a west- - tnruing the money this secured' courteously conducted strengthen nothing but ticquic.-tcelist of the available men of the ly be known, however, before next ern mau. There had been some Into the securities fssn-- d several nrii side in its view rather than State who can be ready at a Oue of Its Strongest l'oinls is its warning in case of war Tlmrsdar. The f!nnRin can not! trouble Willi a lock, either at her months ago by the Cnbtu Ilcpnb-lie- . convert. But as they are not thus D. O. TAttK. J. ('. SrKtOIIT. home or at her husbands office. This is important, if trne, be- conducted their effect ia to exhib with Spain should be declared. speak as thoroughly advised as to and she had been mnch wrought cause it means that the big mon- - it botli parlies In a discreditable USE PARK & SPEIGHT, this law, having rend only criti- op about it. When she went to ietl men expect that the United light. Few editors possess the 11UMDUG SCHrJMKKH. IUkes Biscuits In 4 Minntes Light Bread in 40 Minutes. cisms of it, but we aro earnestly bed at night she dreamed of a new States will soon be backing Cuban self restraint to keep themselves MAYFIKLD, KENTUCKY. Buying a 'Majestic" means a llle-tiin- s of Economical Cooking within impersonal bounds, ami A new scheme has bobbed np impressed that it is contrary to lock made un a plan entirely dif- bonds. when they descend into personal Will do a Oenernl Iaw Iiualuess in Ballard county which is creat the spirit of home rule, nnd there- - ferent frnm any she had ever seen. in all Courts, State and Fed- Call nail Kxamliie Thrm. You'll Una- - no Other. Exemption of Sew Enterprises, h abuse they degrado themaelvea in the morning nlie made model init a ereal sensatlou. Ttiev visit tore erul, and In all the Courts nmietnocrauo. under onr In tier drenin lock ont of nacuke i.f of their own nnd other's eyes, and Ihu lliillrt. nC 1i farmnra mwl mulrnl of Kulton Oonnty. county officers Bonn. Then Blie Inns tits inouil Blimklntj of eirmptinn Train tttmtiatittn tllev Uit wht tliry 3thrill bMlBVf- - tliev k Mtr present system I elected by and responsible to ourl to a machinist who duplicated the taxation as a means tor hullditg say of each other is trae. It is 1'roinpt Attention Mlren Collertlnns. wholesale house They claim thai ' eneei, nuu a women np local Industries, the Atlatr.a hard to beur abuse; but it is brav they can furnish them groceries Home people, constitute our elec- er than it is to resent it. A digui at prices much less than the home tlon officers- - tint nnder thn floe.lao .flBtisfnctorlly that .a large Arm Constitution says: Illinois Central R. R. "Bat there are no burdens to fled and Innid statement Is far merchants. Shipments are to be bellawthreo State Commission-- 1 , of locksmiths offered a royalty to hnr Ior thB miviiPIIt,-- o manufac the community in each exemption more torcefal thuii au angry retort -made twice a year, but orders can i Maintain! uDiurptxtil be placed with the Kentucky era appoint tnree election uom taring lucks after her design, and It is one of the peculiar merits of (Sliiiiiiraiinr to Hurtle llrata. i SAM Jones' race fnr Governor thej-givD0U3LE DAILY SERYICE branch house any time. Aaything mtssioners in each county. If in she is still in receipt of a large productive industries that a community far more than was short, but long enough for that the farmer needs oau be fur- the details, or the enforcement of l"com every year from it. Ohio they receive. They bring money Sam to get some advertising nut from Xt Orlrani to Mmphl, Pi. Iigle, nished him at a price much lower the new law, it shall appear that State Journal. He announced hotiliTltlr, Ciaelnnall, t'hleira. that would not otherwise come of the papers. than the home market. From Vltmpliia i 0re, ht LniiU, Chi. we are iu error, the Courier will himself on Satnrday and uuit on cafo, ClnelnD all, hotilttlllp. anJ from Si. They and pnt it in circulation. UTILIZATION'S TERROR. promote trade and business. They the following Wednesday. bonis lo Cbieo reaklof ilirrct eonaee DemesUc NcleneeClub. be rejoiced. tloot lh tbroiifh iraioa from all pot ale Commenting on the Queen's area standing invitation to enter speech. Lord Salisbury said that priso of men of energy nhn can IlUt. OKDIWAXCK. V.nnt and Do yon wish to join itf If so, No War. the uprising of the Afrida was command capital. They add to InolnJInf tlnffato, l'nubnrr, CleteUml RBPAIRING A SPHCIALT1'. WUKK your names: end iu For the information and con- boiton, Nev Vork, Phlltih-lr-lii- . caused by terror of the approach the population and give an imGL'AKANTfiRDI lUttl-morThe Domestic Science Glob propulse to the forces of prosperity venience of persons owning hogs Hloliroon.l, SI. Paul, MlooolI, The newspapers are full of war, of civilization. poses to form an organization of When one reviews the manner that nothing cun match. All this iu the city, the City Counoll or- - Omaha, Kintae City, Hot eprlnfe, Ark nt tlenrtr. OloM eonneeilon with Cendomestic servants for what may anil rumors of war, and all kinds In which civilizatinn has been being trne, it is true that the ex of reports calculate to excite and Bpreu,i tj,ere ia 1U0 O0ca8,o fori emotion of suoh industries from i ,,erei1 tht ,ue ordinance prohibit- - tral MiuiMlppi Vallry Haute Sol I J KmI be called the doable purpose of Vestibule Train for II 1 UMAX, MY. Clinton Hirer!, professional study aud recreation. innttme me limine minu; uui nine-- ' wonder tuat barhuriaus would municipal taxution for a term of log hogs running at large on tho Uiibuqtie, Nlnux Fa Ha, Its members will be taught the ti per cout. of such reports ore shrink from it in terror. The ogre years is a movement that ia based streets he published again. The real science of their daily work, utterly unreliable, and are printed of the fairy tale is not a more cruel upon tho strictest economy and following is the ordinance : Nlotix ajlty of cookery and other household aud blood-thirstmonster than the moouuuuer.1 uusiueaa principle... The Cltr Council of tho Citr of Hielr.. and Itba West. Particular! of egrnli of to be contradicted C. R. It. aoJ connrein lbs service, and meanwhile will enjoy dm. civilized nation seekiugnew fields man do ordain in tlio same papers. It Is for civilization. HIUI) TIMKS THEM AM) U)V. a pleasant social club life, which, That itnlmll lm unlawful for tho own-c- n WM MUIlltAY, Hit. I'.ii. AftX, .Sew Urletoe. of h(Ks to allow them to run at largo on occasion when they are tem- noticeable that nothing waillke Now when one considers the arJtBpJC.KM: Uem- - ' NO. A. In these latter days, says an ex- within t)u limits of tho cilv. nud that J pbit. SCOTT. DIt. Pen Ageat, porarily ont of work, may become comes directly from either our mies aud the warships that follow it fch.tll tt the duty of tho City Marshal f their home life as well. The plan Government or the Government the missionary to the henthen change, people cry hard times and to tmponnit every A, II. e. r. A., Chicago, hoc so runnliitr at T A. KiLLosn. lias been carefully stadlsd oat, country is it a i. u. r i UouiiTllle. and hold mux how of Spain, tint on the eoutraty all should shudder wonder that they eat three cootl innare meals a day1 large, l""1"'1- to and slwll not inn suit and Its originators are certain of nt tho advent of A X I said , wiin pie on thn sine, nnd nan ?Wu nnU, (ho (JW the outgivings from either Gov- gospel messenger f its ultimate success. r n.irty cl.ilndmc thought white brend was high life them, shall pay tho Mapdml'H fennffio A. W. LINDSAY. But what a comment Salisbury's in his ernment nre professions uf friendtime aud pie was ont of the cents for iuiponmliuK, nnd 15 cents a WEATHER SIGNS. ship and neaue. This, it is true, remark was on Christian civiliza- ntiestiun. v ulay for leen of Iiojm. If. at thn exnini- "w tion owm'M They cry hard times while their ,l,on of ,lu 'lar to !'w"cr orand pay If there was nothing else to may be the language of diplomacy, shall claim them IIIOKMAN, KV. to n the prove the frailitv of poor humani and lurking war intentions may The battleship Kentucky Is to c.lldren nre sent....--- ! .i.nni well- n.,.- th.c,t, . then it shall .bo ,:n ,.duty. of .. . . a r i annil ivrin waII nlnthwiV niwl null mi- .unniiiti iu um&u uui a uiu ui umw . -.i ty it would be evidenced beyond be behind all the peaco talk. We I. A muiiuin-.- i il -i oi , aim n -no uui, trudged three miles through the for impounding said hogs and flloltin Office, CIIdIod Hi., otrr Samltre a Hlee'i hlioe More, all possibility of a doubt by the don't know how this is. However, Bradley asks all Keutuckians to snow to school when ho was a boy, the city conn of Hickman, and harn way it sticks to the weather signs. it Is safe enough for "we, the poo give patriotic recognition of the never Kuew what it was to own a summon burned ugaitut thn owners, nud levy the pair of boots until he was old olii.du a jmlgmont thereon, andsll them We pile up signs that "never fail" pie " to keep cool, and not get compliment. oxecution upon Mill hogs and enough to spark the girls. as otnur property U directed to be sold by the boll and cord. There are excited until "Uncle Sam'' indi The Oweusborn Mossoncrer deThey cry hard times while they under elocution. indications," that cates that he wants somebody to nounces the lynching of Iliohnrd ride iu baggies ami carriages, and Failing to And any owner, then ho the winter Is to be an "open" one, tight t shall noHt a notice upon pound describKKNTOOKY Allen, at MayUeld, as a cowardly nn ox team and a bob sled was a ing tlio hogs, and warning thn owner IIIOKMAN, then the corn-husk- s unmistakably bonanza to imp. itreiliot the coldest wintxr nn th.it in three days ho will apply to tho murder, and denands that the They er.v hard times while they Preparations for War. thn ex- - Office over Oowgill & Cowgill'i record. Time goes on; it thunders I lynchers be prosecuted and pun- ride bicycles to town, aud a bi city courtof for lodgment, and at proceed I.invHon I thrvo days ho shall Iu December, which discloses the Drnc Store. as ulxivo ant ont, except that ho nlmll ished. When was any member of time would fact that there will be thunder It is clearly evident that Presi- any mob ever punished by law T cycle In pan'sdad's hair grayhave ",.,1!: audi .!.th,ssuu vt ' turned grand t every month in the winter, aud dent McKinley, throughout the mmvu otaiaa II mane pap iook kit aibii if t timuer. the logical consequence, an unI nous. YUNTED TO HE 1 Jl'KOlt. They ory hard times and ue a This orillnaiu-- to bo in foil forco from usual amount of rain. Then the whole army nnd naval forces of riding plough, the binder aud sep- nnd after April 1st, 1893, and all ordiHiiu-doappears before Christmas the United States, is making great A few days ago, in the ofllco of arator, and great snakes ! pap used nances in conflict with thU aru hereby which is a sure harbinger of Klon preparations for war. All the sea repealed. Circuit Clerk Thompson, uu amus- to plow around stomps with a o dike weather, and three feet of coast forts and cities nre in active plow, bark his shins on the ing incident occurred. A gentle-masnow. The wind blowe from the preparation for defense, new guns AMRSDMEVT. Splendid Selection of enatliweet the first three days of from a rural distlct in the sprouts, nverage losing oue toeTho City Council of tho City of Hick-maJanuary, which is sure as prophe- being placed, magazines filled, the county was wandering uroond nail a week on the stones, cradle do ordain-T- hat tho ordinance known as the hog NEW BOOKS, cy that the bieeze for the venr forces increased, the war vessels from olllce to ofllco nt tho court- - his wheat nnd thresh It on the ordinanco, will come from that quarter. It of overv grade, size and kind fur-- ; house seeing the sights. He fin barn floor with a short stick tied lawMarch, 1803, passed on tho Mth day be umeudixl un follows: of doesn't go below zoro in January nislied up and tnnde ready. TIiIb ally u8iod the typewriter iu Clurk onto a long ouo, Tho penalty for hog so running at They cry hard times while toastSTATIONERY, and as "January is always the does not necessarily mean war, cents per lor eacn sliall or Thompson's nllico at the court- ing their shins nround the base largethey sono ha at largtti to(lay recovered coldest month" the ice man is left bo house, and asked Judge Suemwell ran day burner, and In pap's time ho scout- in tho city court, and tho Marshal shall to sigh, for lie would bo a fool to that the administration even be- who was present: NOTIONS, &i. tho expect It to be collier in February lieves that war will resul', but it "Do yoa reckon my name ia In ed over the Illinois prnirios with nt soonsame time Imtxmnd suoh hogs, or then-ufte- r iw practicable pnicuni than daring the backbone mouth surely doen mean that If war Is that f" The Judge, after straight- a Back picking up buffalo chips howarrant from tho city conrt against n Call and see our Stock. Every' of the winter season. Some one precipitated that our Government ening his face, replied that he while he was cutting teeth. un nog4. tho owner or They cry bard times and all take known, and iu said snch Known or to nee a blue-bird- , or some liar sajs owners fall caw supposed it wns. The gentleman thing up to date. does tint want to be caught un- was he saw one, and the weather not satisfied that it was, aud a day off show day nud attorn the claim said hogs, then the Mnrxhal shall For Sale by 0. A. Holcombe, Cowgill & Oowcill and T. T. 8wnye. Mauy IJkuesdks & Co. aggregation of world proceed against thorn by duo prnctw of itself, so far us prophe- prepared. Thp bruut of the WBr before leuvlug motioned tho olerk three-ringewide wonders, buy each kid red law, in Htieli crism nnulu nnd prorlilod cy is concerned, because of this wiin apuin would fail upon our aside uud whispered: "If you elt and subject tho hogs w iiiipoundiil to "20 years observed and never sea coast cities and States. All a chance, slip my name id that 'Hr,'0"10"11 "Jboy 'ae balloon, and the puymout of tho fluo ami coata pap when a The ground-homissetl sign." owuum by good people, more particularly thing. Philip only nodded assent. known a balloonwould not have against astho said of projierty tho samo from a buud procwM lovlwl on in casii sees, or doesu'l see, as the case Benton Tribune. wagon. under execntlnit or attachment, nnd in may be, his shadow, nud forth- that class who know by oxperl WITTING, LIVERY AND FEEDS nil cases as by law. Tho monuy roalizwl Blacksmith and Undertaker TnKUK'rt tills about the many with our hearts sink over the evil entie something of the horrors of To nil thoto ultlictod with rheumatism from any sale, of said hogs shnll Ijo DKALBR IN weather it foretells will surely war, hope that it will bo averted, offers of (roopa to tho president, wo rocomiuond a trial of Chamberlain' first to tho payment of said fine Aud so it goes thy year hut if it shull come, they want our soys the Cairo Bulletin, In antici- Pain Balm. Ouo application will relit vo and costs, nud thu remainder, If any, HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. pation of wnr with Spain: They the through, signs plied upon omens, country to be prepared for it, and Its continued nso for a short shall bo delimited with tlio City Trons-urer- , STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES to tho and shall bo turned over show what may be termed a pow- time, will result in n euro. Tho 25 and omens heaped upon 'experience A you by T. T. Sw.vynn. owuurs of said ho, who may claim Comer Kentuckj and Carroll Rlrtete, erful willingness to fight for the 60 cent sliua for 01. IU ME THIAL when repalrtwaIn gained from years of observation." TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC. lilniloiiilthiiig done, or ami urovo their ownership of said samo Hon. Chas. K. Wheeler, mem- country right or wrong whotliOh tho 80 members of the Unit, hogs, And we go along and declare this HtOKMAN, Kentucky. Wnrnn" ic- Horemlioelni a ap.rialljr a full line of I alio fcee or that, when the Lord knows, ber of Congress from thiq District er Uteres any nocaslon for it or ed States Semite, GO are lawyers, ThU nrdlnnuco to bo In full forco from at w ye Froth and Complete, Hiid ever.tboily knows, who will has been invited to address the not. And Hint ought to be a sat- - wuiie ui uiu loo men now members and after Its pastingo, nnd all ordinances Mr Slock la I Inlie tha p ntillo lo come Qeods, aad 0Ufl'Ct Wlth government of tho boa.0 of epreBe,,tutlvei.7fl,';0tX,,r2;ioCMedM stick to ficts and use the eves Virginia Legislature on the Money t0, enl nee me. Common, Ito.rwoiid, and Hulld Black Wall and sense that their Maker gave rkiilon It I Caeh paid for Country Tfodiiea. miriiii iiuuuua. 215 are lH7fr. The imiimnmiiiuiiiii willingness 1. . MO Oj XHIO IB IQIiniliUll laV Good rlgt wtlb or nllLoul ilrlicr. nut CoiUne and liil,..n fillad A reailiuees nud to will bo hood, form more tbttu two. them, that there Is not one iota W, It. McOuTCiir.y, Citr Clerk. fiirniihed da or olfkl. lwiit ratci lo up on ehort notice, and at reexjiaUe Wlltin;' olil eland, Clleloa Street, significance Iu all these aousen-ilea- l great compliment to so young a light may be our best assurance thirds of tho muinberalilp of each Tho abovo amendment won pa.icd of Commercial Mid. tiood let room adjoin. prleee. fllef me a cell. member of Congress. of pence. sign ml omens. btunuh of our Natiouol legisUttare. prll i'lth, 1893. nz. HICKMAN. KV. Ml" Shop near tba Jail. THE HICKMAN COPRIER. Important Laws. I.WMM.S MRK HIKMITION. A 1MJ.VT HUME HIM. UKPOltr OF TMK CONDITION OK Till'. Upheaval Wnleh nlll Change the Mnp of the World. '' Olohe-Democrii- u eh step-mothe- step-daughte- r, e ntupM. Msrrlrd by fTianre. lived la a stato of Count do M AND DANK, ednfilo and itxlopoiuleiit bli'SMslnees. lis youuff, tcr.r rlrh. and win eur roumltd by oYcrjtlilui.- - wMi-- could sirs "MWC 1 9 3ibb. am. 9 IKsC '9if Ho nad etijoj uuMit to lifo flicttpt thought of Imamilng a hustrapieiitlv band, htif hud always doctored olTtwfxre tho knot was tied. One, hiiwivr, he found hluiM'lf vtwr tutarlr oimmittiug ilia fnllr of matrimony. A jtMiiitrtHinuvi, the ilmightT of ono of his fririiiU, )Jaaod hhn; fortune pltinscd hiui, not Ues, ptirliaw, Uisn hor prMai and oooiunplUh-cient- s, II. IIUCIIANAN, J.J.0. noNDUIlANT, (J. D. TUREI.KF.M), M .t. SHAW, J W. and tlirre wore other rvasona ol ALEXANDKlt, K. CA8; J. A. TIIOMI'KnN, ounretiletieo, et.. tf Jnwlifr the union, ho hail i fnxntaiUj Tlic Coniit, melo the f.rwt nU n towanl mstnaiouy. hut m freipirntly drew book, had uot yet H.nUCHANAN, rreehl.oli J. J. C, HONPUnAKT, 3. A.T1IOMP. doniiled tijMn the conreo ho ehotdd adort AtnlManl-Caililrr- . SO.N Caihltr; RKN KUVK KND.M.I,, In this ouo; ho had promieoil tlio frionos of the IaJt ropeateilfy, but had mmlo no Ills futmo 1. T. T1I.V.H. Prn't. outward sign of erformance. W. C. J9HM,va..fe. r. i. iioi.foasK. r. rrMt. In moUier, ho oror, knowliiK hLi wwUm-MMsml tohritig mstttrs to till rcepivt, dvinnlldisl a tnrmiuntitni, and of tho Couut whotlier ho would or wouM not roarrT htr lUtishUv, and rc'iiur.ij Tho Ocant lotind reply n inimeitUl hlmstdf iu grent euibamwuuent. At UiU ntul hrsiMiou retunu p m tmeiit hU fenr with more forvu tlmu oTu--. IIo troni-hieat the con.'qniva, To rlte up l he fotuul rhirisheTbRbitiof hartl; it wiw atev tntl"sihla to ho abandon thctu. In th m Ao ih mMU MIlliiAffi' 'ec CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. DIBHOTORS. O :. ilVIHhVU -. PFIOB ILS ICZMAN 4t B-- s; Paid I :w:MitjiiM ia HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. ,. Onpitul $50,000.00. t'xmvmco . in. - il o V DIRBOTOE S w -f d Hickman wagon" co!7 tiir Iwcntr-fourhiH- ir iiotlrli eu " l!ulRfs. HICKMAN WAGONS, KENTUCKY It - Majestic5' Cooking Ranges. The Best in the World well-know- n la BaylugOae of tlicse Ranges! .ECONOMY IN THK OF FUELL mo-ineut- 's 1 "i''; - - S. BeReVAeRD. ... e ( .ertli. Hat Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Musical Instruments. Call and Sec our New Stock of Jcwolrv. U-- llj y to-da- y Stoves! Stoves! COOKING llio, . A ttoray-t-Ii- HEATING, OF ALIe 2J3TDS. i. .. 1 ,- - t- Groceries, Hardware, Am mu nition. Fresh Meats. Etc. Dentist. LHFOHID Ss HOQSEIS. I l,?0,''? r nu-a- o Cash Book Store. one-hnrs- u n d Tlie Casn Grocer Faris J. II. & Parker, A. F. OLIVER, il - ' .....!. '' !, ZyS Undort&ktr'i C, X 'm.f ' . JT5S9SSB8J ...! , .1 - JL-- UI& liuhY'i iittifrfi&ff mw vFvw;r';k-'-:';;:jri:- ' :h WPBttff lift 'U 2323j- -'' TiiS SERVICE OF A BUGGY . . . ViHHiiH-WHW- S .... and the price of a Cart. Sanders Reeves, Solo Agents i ni :.., rii.tii Vulcan Chill, True Blue Steel, Blue Bird Steel, Pitmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmnmmmmmmmifjg 1 cj g House-Keepe- rs My line of Hugglun mid ilurnes will ho complete in u lew days, and tit rook bottom Cash prices. See them lioforu you buy. New Captain Kidd Dice Cultivator. Molino Combination Drill nnd Cheek Rowers. Full lino of Farm Implements nnd Repairs for Anno will bo kept on hand. Are making prices of onr own, nnd lower than ever had in Hickman. Hero are no me of our Specials in Small Items to introduce our now bouse: All Steel Pony Plows, worth $2.60, now 2.00 2.60 Multn Steel Dram Double Shovel lE p E jf J mf l NOW IS YOUR TIME to supply yonr needs In the way of Linens, Domestics, Lace Curtains, $c. This is the doll season, anil to liven up trade we are making specially Attractive on all these lines. Prices' fS i Note these: A new snnntv Inst received. price l!0o. regulnr price iiflc. quality, Towel at Pepperell 10 - 4 Sheeting. Uublpnohed at IOu-nsBlenched nt 18c oal ALFRED McDANIEL. v v SKx - It's Good .sSl Judgment In your buying) to secure Mens, Oiiro is u store on modern lines there's h hnppv blending of price nnd ipiality, tun! every item is the newest mid best the market affords. We make our storo n safo and ocoimmical trading place fur you we make our prices so reaonnlile, Hiid we keep tin) qimtity in sight everything mual bo of the bent. .20 Heavily Ironed Single Trees 38 Double Tiwh 10 lluek Clevis, .20c; Knd Clevii .06 Steel I.aprings .25 Steel Hoes, with handle All Hir.es of Machine nnd Plow Holts in Stoclc. BUILDING n new Itnsiiicss takes the stock nnd right prices. TIiih wp know. The jiublio shall profit it while helping us with their patronage. JIUGGY II A UN ESS is a part of the Huggy We have just oeneil up onr first lot, unil we have n splendid display of good substantial Harness. Cull and see theiu. a. g: 2E Bleached Domestic at 6c. Excellent Housekeeping Linens. TOWELS-- In L'Oo 7o 19c. grade. this sale nnv kind nt 16c. Klo pigeons are to be used connection with the United States naval service. They prnh ahly will bo nsed to Inform the department that tho warships are still afloat, bnt headed for a mail bank. ' A I'knnbtlvania legislator has E3s ntrndnceil n bill "to abolish book nctMits." It enn't be done; eveu a bounty of 2 on their scalps would fail. Hat it Is donbtfol If the author of that mensnre wonld "" know a book agent if be saw one. Ifthe trninp Is to be eradicated he must ho compelled tn work winter and will. "? Ing to seek summer until be iswork and continue to on his own account, and, failing this, ho should bo kept at work tor the public Indefinitely. In or dcr to compel him to work he must be given something to do, nnd tho Industry that is capable of readiest adaptation to the snlv. ing of tho tramp problem is that of road mnkiug. Tlio tramp should work the roads, not tramp them' in Oarribr ' 52 's 3 f r. 25o ai ins own win. Towels, hires size, at 8c. NAPKINS COo qunlity nt 50o. ei.LT unit l.o0 kind at 91.00. 2.00 grmln nt ft. GO. TABLE LINENS At 10 per cent, reduction. !,lV" I Agsnti for McGormick Binders and Mowers. Lace Curtains. Reductions on entire stock. Some of these aro odds nnd ends, mid prince cat heavily. 1.60 kind now tl.20. 1.00 grade nt 85c. 2.60 and 3.00 ones at 1.75. SCRIM. 10c grade at 7c. FULL SUPPLY OF Repairs Always on Hand. & i Sanders Reeves. III'SIXESS CLUB ITKMS. Unbleached Domestic 4c. Yard wide, 6 cent quality. Choice New Spring Prints, The arrangement of thcHtudncss Clnb with the atoimer Cyrlono for free ferriage went into operation Tmday and promise to 1h n fjrt'at nnreeiw. Tho Onr new line for Spring Is now Imnt M ill maVn sUIkI trijM to Medley's open for inspection. We Invite and Tliri-- Stnti. and all intermediate the ladies to cnll nnd see the hand-snmrMinU, under the nKrerinent. selection of namliurir, The Club otul to furnish 3 automatic Nainsook nuil Swlsa Edgings, with ' watering tfinhs, for public um', if tho lnerrtinn to match, over hrnnght not remnants, at (2.60 nnd 83 00 4c 81.50 Hems for Housewives. and tlin rnnifurt of tlin Item. that add to the homo they'll appeal tn all economical purchaser. exactly what in right for stylo and quality, Thcry'rc mul when you the gilit, you'll ficlniwHrrd that the price are right. It's always eeonomical shopping At our store. CUnc kJllVO. Some of the best things here yet. Ladies Shoes at EMBROIDERIES. L. P. & W. S. ELLISON. st Nice Cobbler Sent Oak Kockers, at (Jowl Cotton Top Mattresses at - $2.60 2.00 1.76 18.60 StoII Ann Hookers, at. Silk Phi-- li ..... , Parlor Suite, at We havo the largest stock of Undertaker's Goods in Western Kentucky. GOOD ECONOMY moans buying Goods that luMtivvt worth kind, nmt llmt s win re onr More nroics it allegiance In It's jmlrotis Yon gel the best, but at onlinary pricw value the moneys Steptens $ SmiiJi. iUilrt.Hii Time 'I'niilr. N., (J. & A WWr4 VKA.T TO IIP. ItKMKMIlKHKK. ILVh -- City CVmnril would nupply tlieui. to the city. Prices the lowest, IlAI.T7.RR & I)OI)DB. Tbe Club rbxi aipolnted a Committee That COWOILI. & COWOILL keep a to linre additional hitcliiiiK raclm rrwtod When yon uo Chnnibrrl.iin's Colic, Also, a C4imtiutloo to )irep.in) M'tltioiui Full Lino of Dlarrliocn Kenuiiy yon Cholera prnyuiK the C'iimty KLkc.iI Conrt to take have the and s:itUfactiou of Vnowin that nouie ate, for liupnivel nuibi. years constant um and after twenty-flv1 tlin tnont poiuhirrmiely in the sale it market for liowel complaint and everyA AND where nckniiwledKtil to bo tho bent. Kor salo by T T. Swavuo. COUGH MYRUPM! I wish to inform my friemli and nc-- . qnaintnnce that I have accepted n jvwi- Alwnys on Hand Also, tlon with Haltror it IkoliU, nnd would be Klad to havo them call. ThanliiiK IIA8 OPENED A them for their pa.it favorx and natron- ajje. and ho)iui; to receive ncoutiiiuauco of Mine, I remain, ours truly, u. Mil ril Wf.i Hlckm.n, nil k. Ih.l ihe Pub. I 1 8 I U'K further to Inform thepnh- a cltr hlm all oll Our (m1 'lie that I remain tntenU-- In the firm Krh New naM. Nw llooilil iftXtw A- Smith, and ak a iimtiu of Ht.pliiiiii Mtnt (Joo.ln dtli'trel trte. nanctiof rour favor in the funuturvlluo Trlrphoo. No. OS o uiuuaauuuuauuuiUiuuuiuitutauiiuiuiuuiiuiiua y Don't Forget wr T ' Garuthers' Cafe and Restaurant.. CHILL TONICS CAItl. L. POWELL i i r Grocery Store Clioios Fanoy Caudior, Fresh. Taffy Mado Eailyl West Point Oysters Iwo Dozen for 25c. Telephone 90. Served any Style ! Fresh. Foreign and Soxnestio Fruits! Union CIfy ftlreml anil Cakes ICecelvetl Dally! There aro no laws In this conntrv requiring any penwm to attend divine womlitp. Hut there w a law requiring tliOHU who attend to behave thcuuielvia i in a becomluu manner. If a niau of I woman willfully nnd coutcmptuowiTy ilUtnrh a ruliKinua amcmlily, nlmont any Ktxxl, lawnMcUnR cltlztjn would lib ready to prosecute, but when tho w tho result of wbLipcrin, tittering and Innghfiifr, even church official aro slow to euforce tho law. prin cipally oil account of otheni whoxo they do not wfali to wound This leiui; tho case, how much better it would bo for all if thoso who do not caro to listen to tho singing, t)ie prayers and tho seniiou, would remain at homo and not disturb others who wUh to har, A West Kentucky exchange askH : "Why don't onr people go to raiding lino beef cattlo? It Li humiliating to one who has any county prido to read in tho p.ipen that beof cattlo in Central Kentucky Bell at lUoa pound, while we iret about 2o for our best. They raUe Uno cattle, weighing from 1,200 to 3,000 pounds, and they command thu price because they aro fit for export, good longh for n kings table; while our leasu yearlings weigh from 800 down to nothing, and are not tit to serve ou a free luucli counter. Wo can raiso aa good beef cattle n It will coht a little more to get tho breeds, and perhaps u llttlo better feeding ; but then look at the great difference in price. You get tliree to four times as many pounds, and more than twice as much per pound. Then) is n gain both ways. A threo year old beef weighing 1,600 pounds. will bring as much or more than a a year old mule. There is always a market for good cattle, tho whole year." fool-intauy-wher- ' r " 1 r fS t "S !jS en 'A I :: i.tl 11 1 . 't ,vi i je i SUNDAY EXCURSIONS. The rato of ONU FAKE at which ex- cum ion tickets have been hoM on Sundays between stations on tho Mobile & Oliio Railroad within n distance of 100 miles, from which tickets are sold, will remain In effect until Doc. 25th, 1898, or until further notice. For tickets and full particulars apply to any Mobile fc Ohio Ticket agout. hM i..i .., V- h i i ' i J CHEAP KATES TO AREAHSAS. On March 1st nnd 1Mb, 1808, tho Cottickton Relt Ronto will sell round-triets from St. Louis. Cairo and Memphis p o t'Vi l- w St. I.. It. it. a um i I Hi Tl Tola Tbl tlif I. lloo A I, fd N Min inV i N IS' "J UhlLeN. ln in X r Ti.l. N elu.r eonnrcllun ""'' McK.nil (sine nur'h ll AM V msJ.llon folrf ootid ii I ilir Ntwtwru .1 I'. liie.U Juno rcom iMiuib LOCAL Tueiutay, NKWS. Iat The hfK law xeut into ellivt and 25a counters Call L Powi'ir K'rocery, 'phone 9S. C!xU dellienil frii'. W Have jou seen 8hw's 6, 10 T lt llmt. Tho City Council will unit in scmIou next Monday nl;ht. Wheat look" well, the BcrvnK" I larvo aud thu jirUo pn.iubxw to lx' '"iii'-iii"iiKi- i -,..,, ou., McKI ...... . Ui l ...i. llr... I imwi i wi with tndebtnl """"""" ' for it All ....".,; pftnuiy the licsl nlf. at W. I'. flKYKU'S. fully appnvlatiil the yenenmlty and yiNul thute mat Dial iieiijjiiinil til this entertainment, pnillileil Then' U room for everj-lo'lnnd, therefore, we wlnh big world, but mo c.in'l all haio front to extend our luiMt hearty thanks for room. that enjoyable MtMt IblCae. Alex Cheek, Mr. Holeoml'" Drvwry has an Clin l)nlt7r, " I'oiie Kmiua, tree, s ith gixxl uliwl oraugtw grow Thus Holcoinb,l " IiyClifek, ing on it. " Katharine Handle Milton Khaw. i J0 (Jultar ptijilU wantetl, by Ml VlrKiuin Luteu, John Dillon, Annie Otttti u. Call and cv her ut Inr Nick HoIcoiiiIh' Mar Olenn, home, City. Fimlley Handle, Fay (Henn. llonry Helm, Ivcy IX'Ilow, Tho world in full of people trj'ing Percy Jones t to live lu three story 1ioum ou ii "" pl Tho mofit uijoynUe event eijn'rii'iicl 111- t'lltlTlnlll fin ttinr 1.1' ljjl thrt .... , ...J f - . or tliU'i ni.'iil Hlvi'il U UieiltJKH.-plcity by Mr and Mr J T Stephen, Thursday eeniufi Kebrnary Wlh It win oii of tluwe bright events in life lh.it affonl nt oportiuiltlo to nun jjlo in cheerful recreation with our es d cotnineurvd lit uiil f rieiuU Thf and it was not alxmt to jinny l'firv every one w enjoilliK tin uiM'lves In the fullest extent, mirac and amu.lui; theuutclviit idaiiUK Kames ...... mini' piiii ...!... i 1.. ill ruriom w4i.il., ..!..!.. ...11 .tiin.n pliw aud let wiulit the inure vi-n'- t Co lil hae lt eourMA 111 !ln uii uinitnvllil tn f In. illll I n Inf.i, triltln" In.. t.ln.m llia.r.. wrlKhteil down with refrrshinenUnif all tlml thine fnr too iiuuirroiu li men- ( tlon. After wo had paid full tribute to ( thone elegantly preivinil which vicn1 eiijoyiil by all, we returned our lormer ii.ieii. io that tho evening Hnl while w e l was a triumph of enjoyment. Me would Is? M'IRhIi lndeeil if we forot , TIIK ONLY .SIIOK ST0HK We are Receiving THE 05 Jj Y SIIOK STORE IN HICKMAN t IN HICKMAN! i -- M. B. Shaw, "NAME ON EVERY PIECE." Kbr Hardware, Queensware, A.ISTE) Our LOWNEY'S Extra Fine Line of Chocolate Bonbons. ' ... u'. f ros SALt BY COWGILl&CQWGILL, ...Groceries... Ep (. to all points in Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas, atone faro, plus (2.00, for tho round trip. atop-- ere will oe allowed ou going trip witnm IS days, and tickets will be good to return within 21 days from date of sale. Tho Cotton Belt pisses through the beet portions of Arkansas, Lonisiana and Texas and this will bo a spcudtd opportunity for homo- seekers to seenro a good location. For full particulars as to rates, etc., and for free copies of handsomely illustrated pamphlets about Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas, writo to M. Adatui, T. P. A., Cairo. 111., or E. W. LaUeaume. P & T. A., St. Louis, Mo. I - 14 i . Hxcriilor'i Niile. .(i UJ - tItUC.3IHTM. Free Delivery. wx-ia- ' Ladies, M isses I At tho residence of tho brides' nar-euMr aud Mrs. A. J, Clavwell. near Hickman, on March 1st. by Rev. W. G. Hefley Mr Lee Pago to Miss Lydia Claywcll Tills young couple is attend-w- l with all tho best wishes ponsiblo to be Hosts of friends think them wished worthy of every measure of prosperity and h.ippmes.4. Iu Fulton, ou tho 2nd inst., A. L. Martin to Mrs. Jessie L. Meacham. The new firm of Kerr & Handle, wMi to annouuee that they aro now open for business at the Misses Judge's old Millinery Stand, directly opposito M 11 EEER & RAITDLEp fo$fry air Geuulno rsT LA ROE jpy ON THURSDAY, the 10th day of MARCH, 1804, I will offer for salo to the highest bidder, nt tho lato residenco of W. L. Alexander, Sr., deceased, in Fulton conuiy, Ky., a lot of Horses, Mules, Goats, Farming Implements, etc. There will lie several well bred 11 rood Mares sold, besides a number of younR Horses and Mules. There will be offered for salo a well bred, young Saddle Hoi-so- . A rare opportunity Remember tho dato, if you waut a bar gain. Terms made known on day ot sale. W. L. ALEXANDER. mst-cbis1 ( i i fc Executor. , and Childrens. Mens, Boys, NOTIX'F. ! All parties knowing themselves Indebted to tho Arm of Sanders & Rico will please como forward and settlo nt once, as wo wish to clooo up tho lato firm's bnsinoss. Rick & Naylok, SuecesGors to Sanders & Rice. hhaw's We will handle nothing Inuc-llieu- (Hilary. o'clock p. in. A new cork pavement is favorably regarded by the municipal authorities lu iseveral cltli. S 'Iho Equal Rights Aiwociation mectii nt Mr.. (5. II. Hubbard's to morrow nt Mr Ouo barrel of round hoop Ohio river Suit for Tfm, for tho next 30 dsj s. at M. U. Shaw'h. Wonder how many young wives will )e willing to let their ''hubby" go and ahouldur up hit innsket? Th(Womau'n Christian Temper. mice Union wilt meet at Mrs, lieu at 'i o'clock p. in. Shaw's Tho Illckniau Hnsiuess Men's As noriat ion is doing good work. A is always as live as its liveat man. com-nmnit- y DENTAL NOTICE. Appreciating tho liberal patronage nwarded them by the people of Iltckmnii nnd vicinity, Drs. ltrown and MuDermid havo decided to remntii one week longer until Wednesday evening, March the 0th. The May Held jieople aro determined to get rid of the depredating negro tint guarantee iiroteetiou to tho law abiding aud well behaved colored people. In addition to lynching one, they whipiHMl tour others, and gave to leave town notice to twenty-livMr. P I). Turner, of Hickman, Ky , passed through town last Tuesday from visit to his sister, Mrs. I.euiouds, at Hftclfoot Mr Turner is one of the li'iidlng young lneu of Hickman, taking an active part in all social gatherings and being a shining light in the church t, Little Gents. These nro the BKST FITTING, 1IKST WEARING SHOES. Nothing to equal them in IllOKMAN'. 4 I CASH SHOE RICE & NAYLOR, SUCCESSORS TO but flint class goods, of known reputation Goods will bo sold strictly on their merits, and no misrepresentation will ho indulgtHl in. Owing to limited capital, it is necefi-sar- 3 for us to do Iiumucm with our custnmew on a Mrictly c.tsh bxsis. Wo aro prepared to re;.iir anything bi nnr line. Our Optical Depart-tinewill fnlly meet tho requirements of tho public. We havo nn Comulrto Trial CaAO. coutaiuini: nil the Spherical Powers, Prisms, Piano L Cyl'Uili'rs, utcnnptio ulscs, etc, with which wo cm accurately fit all eyes, except wheu highly couijilicated from dUnao or lierwlity. y n Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, &c jaFINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.. Seth Thomas Alarm Clocks for $1.00. Doors East of Laclede Hotel, HICKMAN, KY. -r-- &. I. Barilett Provisions, I 13 The BEST OFFER Ever Made by a Newspaper! rAOES EVERY WEEK FOR ONLY (Succenor Io Wm. Dleatelbrink ) -niAita in- - S fjDJLnWWaj rfI ' Fancy Groceries and 'I HICKMAN, t&-- STORE, SANDERS & RICE. of 'Mantle Clocks, Imitation Onyx and Marble, Iron Enamel, Genuine Porcelain, etc. Wo will sell a limited uuin-le- r of Genuine Seth Thomas Alarm (.'looks for $1.00. Kmtit & JU.nulk. Wo iarry a leanliful asorttnent NEW SPRING SAMPLES Hulls aud Pants to For Tnllor-imulFit aud N.itiifactlou guanintel. e S or-di- Tfptonvlllo Iress. 76o OA.SH sncciMirs to STORK. Sanders iV Rico. Master Tom French, who has Itcon absent in Ixiuisville, under treatment of Dr. Cheatham, has returned homo, much improved, A small war would bo interesting test to see how many of thulioys who have been "whoopln' her up" would send proxies to the front. W. S. Mason hns boon npiKiliited Postmaster at Muytleld over I.. V Key and O. II. Happy. This was the hottest fight in Kentucky. S pokt-ullic- hllUH , Kii'K Ai Navwii, Special Hat Sale. lints, good styles, new Our fresh gixsU, nt breaking, Wild 39c 1893. WHITE GOODS. Our now lino of White Goods just received consisting of India Linens, Nainsooks, Dimities, Cords, Checks and Stripes. They nro tho prettiest over shown iu lllokmnn. IUl.TZICK & 1)01)1)8. The number of burglaries, house nt robberies, rejiorted iu tho loe.il napers of ho many of our ueiglitNiriiig towns, is truly alarming. For this reason many citlens ceaso to depend upon the law for protection mid nro resorting to tho tdiot-guu aud desperate attempts and vigilance Committees. papers when you can get threo times tho quantity In bulk for sumo money, nnd inoro reliable, at FRESH BULK Why buy lu GARDEN SEED. IIolcomue'h IJnuo Stoiik. e Ueo, Ruck's hteaui carriage or is nlsiut comiletel, and tho inventor wauts to take u run up to Fulton Wo hear that Mr. Ruck has been koou. offered y0,0)0 for his patents. To protect yourself and family iigniust roughs ami colds, von should keep at hsim a bottle or unamiieriaiu s uougn ItnscUy. It v.'tll cun :i cold its a tlaj-i- f taken us hkiu as the first symptom T. Sua trie. an,..rs mad-cycl- tho throat and lungs. Chamberlain's Cough Ruiuedy will do this anil effect a prompt euro. Thousands havo tostl-flito lis superior excellence. For sale by T. T. Swayue. The protracted meeting which Is), gaii at thu MethodLst church last Sunday will lie continued next week. The iiev. John Wilson, ol riulucnh, is to arrive Sunday and aslst in Tho pastor, Rov. W. G. tho meeting. llelley, is conducting the services t hid week. Services every night at 7 o'clock. Cottage prayer meetings are held dally at 'J o'clock p. m., iu ill Here nt parts of the city. Tho publlo U invited to nt- timl, and Christians of every deiioml nation are urtted to tuko part iu the liaellii);. In treating cough, tho Wt remedy is that whicli acts iu the natural way. enabling you to oxicctor.ito freely ami easily by allaying the iull.imation of d JlU'IlNOII Cuvltt. i traits of character of Isith heart aud mind. Mr Jackson is our superintendent an 1 u recent graduate of the law department of Cumberland university, and a promising young lawyer, of splendid character and good ability. They nro both deservedly popular, and IK'Klii uiu uiiuiT iiiviiiouiu n.itfl which wo trust is a prophecy oi tno oriKht days that shall beam upon their future I career. Union City Commercial. Mr. J. II. Jackfon, of this city, and Miss Myrtle Oavitt living near Crystal, were married lu this cltv bust Thursday night, at the home of Mr. John Ramos, whom Miss Cavltt was visiting at tho time, Tho bride is regarded by nil as one of tho handsomest young women iu the county, and possesses many noble -- Richanl Allen, tho negro burglar lynched at Maytlold, whilst being hung by the mob, requested that tho mob hould hang 0 other negro robbers whoio n.uncs ho gave. Tho five named were not lynched, lint ordered to Icavo the Sam I). Clark shot and wonnd-e- d town on pain of being huug if they re8. It. Cnruey.lti Mnyfield. Tues- turned. Rurglars will steer clear of day. Itoth are prominent busi- Mayfleld. Mbis Lynn Entler, daughter of the ness men, and the n flair created Mrs, married on great excitement. Clark was ad- late 2Hrd Josio Enller, was R. Leo, both tho Dr. James ult , mitted to ball iu tho sum of flO,-000- . of Columbus, to Ky. Tho bridu Ls a pure souled, much beloved young woman, thu groom is said to bo iu every way aud Miss Mnrgnrrttn Woodruff, n worthy, iuid ouo of the mit promising reigning hello or Little Hook, Ark , young physlci.ins of Hickman county. wealthy , beautiful and accomplish- Hid buil.wlihiw oxluiidtsl theiu. Tho remains of the lato Rov. N. N. ed, tho dnughterof ex State Irons, uror Woodruff, was arrested in Cowgill, tho fonndor of the Hickiuan Memphis, Tuosdny, for continued Episcopal Church, who was buried unyears ago, church and protraoted drunkenness. Her der tho Tuesday chancelup33nnd roiutor-rewere ou taken life is blameless otherwise. bi tho cltv cemetery. It U remark able that preTho Wnterways Journal says ; "Tho ' served as his features were so well by roooguizablo transportatiug power of tho rivirtow- - those who to bo readily this lifo. know him iu boars has no equal in thu world. Last Wo live iu n laud of high mounwinter the Joseph H. Williams tok( from Louisville to New Orleaus a tow tains and high taxes, low vnlleys and containing 1,100,000 bushels of coal. It low wages, big crooked rivers and big covered a space of 1.U00 feet long by crooked Htiitemen, big lakes, big drunks, 'JfiO fcotwldo to a depth of from eight big pumpkins, big men with pumpkin to ninii feet. It w..s eoniio.sod of thtr heads, silver streams that ganilxd in the coal boats and several smaller mountains, and pious politicians who craft. It amounted to 11,044 tunn, or gamble in the night, roaring cataracts enough to laid 1,038 of tho largest sUi- -l and roariu;; orators, fast trains and fast ircigni cars, i nis ls said to lie tht l.irg- - young men, sharp lawyers, sharp tlnan-eier- s utul sharp toed shoes, fertile plains, st tow of coal ever taken down tho Mississippi river, anil if so it Is tho larg that Ho like u sheet of water, and thous est nuioniit ot treipht ever moved mono amis of newspapers iii.it lie like thunbody iu the hlMory of the world.'' der Exchange. -d eecc L Republic, the hell fmrml newfpsper prlnl.il in Hie Th iieml-ek- lj and The Kepublla world, eonlklniDK all l news to eight pail Model Msmne one for f 1.60. Tbe Itepubllo 8unly Mmnlne wm the newpiper aueeets of 1807. A home journal of Ibo beil clam, 18 large pages every week, 4 psgn ol fun, 14 pageaof the brighten and belt reading primed. It contain more blgh-clapioturee ami cartoon! than were eer atlempled In any oilier publication. More iijlt.l writers ani arllsls oootribale Io Thu Kepubllo Magsilne than to auy other Weaiern publicaiion. Re Tbe Magaiine will be sold oulr la connection with the public, but le mailed separately each week. Aiiuroi all oraers to jr lwlce--wce- KENTUCKY. Ru si ts FREE DELIVERY. Telophono Store No. 94; ideuce, No. 00. aemi-week- ly THE KEPIIUUCNt. B.nuls Work fur M Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ellison loavo next Monday for Cincinnati and Saint Louis, and perhaps other cities, to buy spring stock. Any commissions entrusted to tneir care will bo cheerfully and carefully attended to. Miss Anleo Ef. iuger, representing this homo, is yet in St Louis, where sho has lieen some time stndyiug millinery lessons, and buyiug goods fur this department. FlRK MATBD. AT KULTON OlIILU OltK. Fulton was visited by auotber tiro Wednesday evening, by which three residences were destroyed, und the little four year old son of Mr. 0. 13. Sequin burnt to death. The tlio originated In tho house of Mr. Sequin, nnd is supposed to have boeu caused by bis little boy playing with matches in ii closet igniting boiiio ololhing. When the Are tlnmed up tho fright-otiechild socrotud himself under a sofu, und was not discovered until his remains were found after the tire. The renldenon of Silas UHrrowlJ escaped. d and admits that inouei' was freely used convenient location West desirable farm Kentucky. It to secure Manila's election, and cannot be found in ith all necessary farm is amply supplied w bo con tell a story Unit would machinery, unpluncnts und woik Mock. says startle the world, but that for (he Nearly S',, hcrtc seeded to whfut. present he will keep silent to proFor further particulars, apply in J S. 1 (.WILL. Kuiiciiu, ny. tect, not Hanuti, bat McKluley. Powell's Rnsiuess Ulook brick building in every particular on the most promiui'iit corner iu Hickman, itluli'M Mali. fronting on it streets hrst class business room and hotel, fnllv aud well furnishSpan of Work ed, all under same nsif. A lo, pnxlnce A good, and implement arehouse , i lis.e by, Mules, for sale. App'y to We i...rd tin-- the most deWm. Rixkmw. 4t. sirable biLsiii(s n'Mjiorty in the city. Ilukmau, Ky. Twenlv ncns.'t la.nl adjoining West Hickman, front- Pasto this In your hat : If you loso liigou rier. tho risk you're after there aro others; Desirable corner lot in West Hickman, if you're duped by liars nuo, don't suc- the old mill comer. cumb to loud dospalr, nor yonr costly a Hickman Roller Flouring Mill. clothing tear there aro others. If your mill makis finer Oour than this mill. friends desert and mock you there aro Full of latent luiproved mill machinery, others : if your best girl dirts and shocks very popular. Cotton gin and wareyou there aro others; you are not the house attached Many consider it tho only jay who a Wen treated tn tins way, best property in Hickman. so just look at her aud say there are Ouo of the finest (if not tho finest) others. nml most desirable farms in West Kentuckyall things considered. Insight ll. H. Boyck, tho man who ran of Hickman , 320 iicr". nil under fence .; cun't be boat, prob.il I.. awnv to escape testifying in tho quality of land m the'State ; comfortable risiihnce. Srstlurhlntlmildiniw: on two iml-'linvestlcation of Hoss Uannn's nt wavs, with railroad running along sulo election to the senate, has been of farm, and in sight of and convenient located in Montreal, Canada. Ho to railroad switch. A more healthy, first-clas- s o. For Sale! r WWIWTJia. 'WlM'f XS "ST. i iifmjmm. " wwrrrr V America's A GLOWING Breathing PASTOKAL, All Greatest (Jkeitest, Cheer and Hope, to In Christ. Medicine Scrofula Hood's3, Is sold tiy all drinrelnts Nalnrr, as Seen llr liiilmrds, Furnishes A Fruitful 1 lieino for Ilr. T.iluisite llccnuso It docs what nil oilier llntlil, Willi farina- - for lh inciliclncs fall to do An u instniico I lurk, AlHiirliril Ills Idem of lit peculiar anil ununu.il curattvo In 1'm-lrpower, consider tho most lusldious disease, nud tlio tllscnso which taint The text of Ur. Talinnjre Suiiilny wn- the blood of most iooplcf proihuliig realms xill., 1: The Lord Is My Incnlculaulo suffcrlnc to ninny, wlillo Shepherd." In others It Is n latent flro liable to What with post and rnll fences, nnd burst Into nctlvit nnl produce tmlolJ our prldu In Southdown. Astrakhan misery on tho least provocation. nnd ricinish varieties of sheep, there ls l,i on'J' nImcnt to is no uc now of tho old-tim- e shepulilcli tlio human family Is gulijcct. of herd. Such un one hnd nbundnnce of which tl.o ahoo swooping statement opportunity of Incoming a poet, be-lu- g cm honestly bo m.ulo. Now, n nicill-e- l out of doors 12 hours the day, nnd no that ran nicct this loni'iion enemy oftliinca waking up in tho night on of manltlud and repeatedly cfTcst the the lulls If the Mars, or the torrents, wonderful cures Hoot's Karsaparl In or lh" sun, or the How era had anyhas, clearly Ins tlio riRlit lo the lltlo ol thing- to Miy. he was very npt to heur America s Ur.utcst Medicino. it. The Kttrick shepherd of Soot-lan- d, i:prrril it; si tor '. wltl S.V Hnrwl'e II3!llcct 1Mb IIUUU i SHE REMOVED HER BONNET. Sl Aiirc-clnteUnused to Cltr Wm, Ilie Humor. d H was during one of the most severe snow storms uii'uli Clncaco has experienced this winter, ami thi umlirplla. hich a little bit ot a woman waa earrinR in front ot her face, standard-bearefashion, eamc into clinging eontart with the smart bonnet twlancrd in (fie ficaii of the which ho was miking her roraelr Jrisfcwoinan nay, liurdeneil mlh a heavy valise, in me opposite direction, 'Tourist! In town for the day only'" in ip lit have been ported upon her, so unmis takahly did she Iwlons to tin's class of vis itorsj a Kecond glance lictracd the fact that flic was undoubtedly crossing the city from onedepot to another. When the umbrella caught in her bonnet, which was anchored to position by its velvet strings alone, the bonnet was worsted in the struggle. The little woman sailed on victoriously, hardly stopping for the conventional wonl of apology, and the out-o- f town woman was left lamenting, her bonnet hanging amitml her noeV by I hp strings ami the thickly falling mow "powdering her glossy black hair Hut not for long did she lament. "Sure," she said, merrily, as she lowered ner great satchel to a convenient doorstep nnd prepared to right her ill treated head (tear again, "Oi've been hearing for some toime that they made ther women take oil their bunnits in public placet in Clneaio but Oi tiiver supposed they did It for them in ther sth recta. ' r Why suffer with an ache or pain When St. Jacobs Oil will cure? Why! Flag raising is one of our t tandanl duitnrs. Chicago Daily News. in- - Svftffjffes OKA EINTJOYS Both tho method and tcsuIu xvlicn 1 Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and nets gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys, Liver nnd IJowcls, cleanses tlio system effectually, disjxils colds, headaches nnd fevera nnd cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever pro duccd, pleasing to tho taste nnd ac ccptahlo to tho stomach, prompt in its nction and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and agrccablomibstanecs, its .many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo made it the most opular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for enlo in CO cent bottles by all leading druggists. Any rcliahlo druggist who may not havo it on hand will procure it promptly for any one. who wishes to try it Do not accept nn j substitute. CALIFORNIA FIB SYRUP CO. tRAKISCO, CAL NEW YORK, H.t. ICU1SVIUS. Kr. SAN - $ I A perfect type of the highest order of excellence. I I o r . mitmm . ra Breakfast (ocoa PURE. DeliciousNutritious. Ut lure you jet the genuine trltclt mad i at Dorchcttcr, Mau , b; ABSOLUTELY COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A CUP. WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd. (STUSCISHID I7M. tM'tMIWWWHtHHmwtt40 M. one. Kierclwi, Un. S. riTe-rinxf- r The" Estey" tone ial, is proverb- rich, deep, pure and full, and it ought to be. Fifty years' experience in tone production is to be found in every tstey urgan sent trom tne iiiviOljr pOsAttsI ditouri 0r flfwith cftUlofu itat com pltt tt Estey Organ Co., Brattletoro, Vt. who nfterwnrd took his sent in the brilliant circle of Wilson and Lockhnrt, (,'ot his wonderful poetic inspiration in the ten yenrs in which lie vuis Hutching the Hooks of Mr. Laid-ln'there is often n sweet poetry in the rugg.'il prose of the Scotch shepherd. One of these Scotch shepherds lost his only son, nnd lie knelt down In INTERESTING ITEMS. prayer, and was overheard to say. "Oh, mu, it has seemed pood in Thy Mil. Jons A. Looa.n and Mrs. (h-providence to take from me the stall M. l'ullnuin are making ur. extenc'id of mv right hand at the, time when to tour through Mexico. us buiiu-uiumortals I aircunju iu "j It Is n curious circumstance tlat most l... .t.WV. .. ti. ,..l ..w. t tUtvtl ...l V. .V, ....v. " some of tlio most important liita-tlon- s climb up the hill of sorrow nnd nuld havo licen discovered by lunango without It, Tmu ineyest ken, but tics. I dlniut." Is watching David, the shepherd-bov- . IcKt.AMi's geysers never shoot their his father's sheep. They nro pasturing water higher than KU feet while ibo on the very hills where afterward n of our Yellowstone geyirs go mini I.ainb was born of which you have than three times ns high. heard much, "the I.amb of Oo.l, which as, At Goxoahu, In tin South takcth n way the sin of the world." every man, woman or child on i .it was beautiDavid, the island who does not go t church tl CO ful, brave, musical nnd pontic. think times n week Is liable u be urr.s he often forgot the sheep in hi reverand lined. ies. There In the solitude he struck luclu's Tut: humiu heart l the harp string that Is thrll ling through length, four lnche In tll.t tictcr n.l nil nges. Da lil. the boy. was gathering i , nii..1r.slt.. time- bents on nn average of tho material for D.ivld tlw p.vt, nn.! H There is no animal thnt struggles 1,200 times an mr, David the man. l.Ikc other Ikivs. more violently than a sheep when you minute, ilar and t4.trj,0)0 mes !' ttu times n D.vid wns fond of using his knife U r..l ....,,.1. 1...1.1 ..r t IV....... course uf the year, so that le h of It LIMtlM 11 Ullll II1IV1I IllllllUl IV among the saplings, nnd he bad Hat in the glen I see a group of men around exuding ot the Juico of the a lost sheep. A plow man comes along an ordinary man SJ year- of a the a,OOJ,000,OOJ times. tree; and when he liecame a man, he and seizes the sheep, nnd it seems as if beaten The French, loving ent rtum n nt said: "The trees of the Lord are full of it would die of fright. After a while sap." David, the boy, like other Imij s, some one breaks the thicket. He says: so much, arc already tnlkin of t n- cention they will give Men. .ik, sm .f hnd been fond of hunting the bird's ' Let me have the poor thing." He kings. It is of interest to nests, and he had driven the old stork comes up unit lays his arms around the off the nest to find how many eggs sheep, and it is quiet Who is the last while Menc'lk is on n tri uroun.l tfce are world of kingdom he ha- - left were under her; and when he liecame n l man that comes? It is the shepherd. of his own troubled ecu try fir tha m man. he said, "As for the stork, the fir Ah, my friend, afraid of the le trees nre her hous"." In hojhood he shepherd's crook. not was never used hands of his quec l. It r.xTKMMt-.SThnd heard the terrific thunder storm on you, save In mercy, have beui .oing m for to pull you ut thnt frightened the red deer into pre- back. The hard, col I iceberg of the pat 13 year for the pur.o-mature sickness; and whenhebocaincn trouble will melt in the warm gulf trying to learn something of the a man, he said, "The voice of the Ixinl stream of sympathy. the Allnntn oeenii f in.iketh the hinds to cnlve." water. As a reThere is one passage 1 think you mis- great moing IksIj-oDavid, the boy, had lain upon his interpret: "The bruised reed He will sult the whole Atlantic is lionn to bo back, looking up at the stars ami exnot break." Do you know that the slowly circulating rounl and rouiul amining the sky. and to his boyish im- shepherd in olden times played upon like nn enormous jiool. . agination the sky seemed like a piece thee reeds? They were very easily I China hens nre employed to hntch of divine embroidery, tho divine fin- bruised; but when they were bruised fish eggs. These are seal' d in anvirg gers working in the threats of light they were never mended. The shep- shell and placed under the unsuspectnnd the bends of stars; nnd he became herd could so easily make another one ing hen for n few days until the spats n a man nnd wrote: "When l consider he would snap the old one nnd has warmed Into life. Th.- contents of Thy heavens, the work of Thy fingers." that throw it av ay nnd get nnother The the shell are then elliptic i into a shalVhen he became an old man, thiuking Iliblo says it is not so with our shep- low pool, where they can bask In tho of the goodness of (iod, he seemed to herd. hen the music is gone out of a sunshine until the m in nous nro strung hear the bleating of his father's sheep man's soul Oml does not snap him in enough to lie turned into a lake or icross many years, and to thinK of the twain and throw him away. He river. line when he tended them on thu mends and restores. "The bruised Dkm'Itk the prohibition of nny menllethleliem hills, and he cries out In rrcd He will not break." tion ot the matter by tne Kussian the text: "The Lord Is mv shepherd." Next 1 speak of shepherd's dogs. press, it is no longer n secr t that tho If (!od will help me I will talk to you i They watch tho the straying sheep and of Central of the shepherd's plnld, the shepherd's drive them uaeU again, hvcry ahep- - people arc suffering and Southeastirn UusXia more from famine crook, tiiu shepherd does, the bhep. lerd has his dog from tho nomads of than even in 1S91. Tho peasants lire, bird's rnsture grounds nnd the lere lUblc times down to tho Scotch herds feeding tVelr thntcheil roof to hvlr herds flocks. man wntching his Hock on the (Jrnni- - starving cattle and typhus and oth;r And first: The shepherd's plaid: It pinn hills. Our shepherd employs the diseases are ravaging tho enfeebhM a man go- criticisms nnd persecutions of the population. would le preposterous for ing out to rough and besolling work to world as his dogs. There nre those, A kkw days ago the ltnroness d put on splendid apparel. The potter yon know, whose whold worlTls to does not work in velvet; the serving watch the inconsistencies of Chrlstlnns Ilirsch surprised the directors of tb maid does not put on satin while toil- and bark at them. If one of (iod's sheep Hebrew IMueational alliance, in Nc ing at her duties; tho shepherd does gets nstrny the world howls. With York city, Vy authorizing her agent m not wear a splendid rob? in which to more avidity than a shepherd's dog (iotham to pay off its mortgngc of S100.00) on its building. Thisrovlvo o out amidst the storms, and tho ever caught n stray sheep by the interest in the substantial home for rocks, ami the nettles; he puts on llanks or lugged It by tho ears, worldSixty-thirthe rough apparel npproprinto to lings scljw the Christian astray. It working girls Wing erected on street. New York. It will be his exposed work Thu lionl our ought to do us good to know that we that sho gavo SiOO.OCO some Shepherd coming out to hunt the are thus watched. It ought to put us lost sheep puts on no regal ap- - on our guard. They can not bite us If time ago to build the home and estabpnral, but the plain garment of our we stay near the Shepherd. The sharp lished an endowment fund of 512,0QJ humanity. There was nothing preten- knife of worldly assault will only trim per annum to maintain the same. TllK oldest throne or state chair In I know the old painttious about It the vines until they produce better ers represent a halo around the babe grapes. The more you pound marjo- existence is that which lelongcd to Jesus, but I do not supiiosc there was ram and rosemary the sweeter they Queen Hatshepsu, who lived about 100 my more halo about that child than smell. The more dogs take after yon years II. C This throne is now in th.l.ritlsli museum. It Is mnilu of hard shout the head of an' other babe that the quleker you will got to the gate. wood and highly ornamented, the carv was lorn that Christmas eve In Judea. You have noticed that different Hocks ltecoming a man. lie wore n seamless of sheep have different marks upon ing lioing very curious throughout. Tho scissors and needle had them; sometimes a red mark, some- Hound the legs there is a quantity of garment. theso I done nothing to make It graceful. times a blue mark, sometimes a gold Ullgroe work, nnd from take it to have been n sack with three straight mark, and sometimes a crook- spring out. as it were, two cobras modholes In it; one for tho neck nnd two ed mark. The Lord our Shepherd has eled in silver. The termination of the Although tho gamblers a mark for his sleep. It is a red mark throne legs nre well designed hooN. for thenrrus. Is with silver nnd thcr quarreled over it that Is no evidence the mark of tho cros. "Illesscd are The back inlnld cnlncing tho arms, of its vnlue. 1 have seen two they that are persecuted for righteous- nre other cobras gilded. requarreling over the ness' sake, for their is the kingdom of which are highly No: in Henvcn." fuse of an nsh barrel. A motor cradle is thu lntest domestic the wnrdrolic of Hcnren He left Inly Furthermore, consider the shep- Invention, and u strong-mindethe sandals of light, tho girlies of herd's pasture grounds. The old shep- who has purchased one declares that lieauty, the robes of power, nnd put on herds us;d to take the sheep upon the If science goes on much longer with tho nnd tattered raiment of mountains in the summer, and dwell improvements ot that kind there will our humanity. Sometimes He did not in the valleys in the winter. The sheep, soon be nothing left for her husband even wear the senalcss rulie. What is being out of doors, perpetually, their to do. The thing is said to 1k n great that hanging about the waist of Christ? wool was better than if they had advance on the article, Is it a badge of authority? Is it a royal been kept in tho hot atmosphere and can lie worked with either eleccoat of arms? Js'o, it Is a towel. Tho of the sheep-co- t Wells were dug tricity or petroleum. The motion may disciples' feet are filthy from the walk for the sheep und covered with lie accelerated or Mucked by simply long way, und nre not fit to bo large stones, in order that the turninir a screw, nml one great odvau on the put upon th" sofas on which they are hot weather might not spoil the Iuro i that the berei-adoes not cease to recline at the meal, nnd so Jesus witter. And then the shepherd led his huiiik'lnj,' thoiiRh the baby may In; left washes their feet, and gathers them up Hock wherever he would; nobody dis- in the room alone. in the towel to dry them. The work puted his right. So the Lord our It is now said that women' hair is of saving this world was rough work, Shepherd hns a large pasture ground. becoming more beautiful in cnlorcvcry rugged work, hard work; and Jesus put Ho takes us in the summer to the year, una Is also Rrouinjf thu Iter and on tho raiment, thu plain raiment, of mountains, nnd in thu winter to the longer Ihis is fcald to lj due to thu our llesh. valleys. Warm days of prosperity small, llRht liouiicts that women wear. Tho tor ins were to bent Him, tho come, and wo stand on sun-gil- t Sab- Certain it is that thu air aud huuslilno. crowds were to jostle Him, tho dust baths, and on hills of transfiguration; was to sprlnUlu Him, the mobs were to und wu are so high up we can catch a improvo tho color and texture, of' thonepursue Him. Oh, Klicpherd ot Israeli glimpse of thu pinnacles of thu heavenly hair. Sun bleuehcH tho hair, nnd tlan licauties always dried their Idy leave nt home thy bright array, l'or city. Then cold, wintry days of trouble locks In tho miii, thereby (fettln hat thee, what streams to ford, what nights come, and we go down all unsheltered! He puts upon Him of sickness, want and Into tho valley tint so mmdi admired called Tltiui ed. bereavement. .ii'h the plain raiment ot our humanity; nnd we sny: "Is there any sorrow like Of course, sunshine will not wears our woes, nnd while earth ami unto my sorrow?" Hut, blessed be (Sod, durk hair, but it lves a deeper dor to all kinds of tresses, and will hi. dit- Heaven nnd hell stand amazed nt thu tho Lord's sheep abnegation wraps around Him tho where, ltctwccn can Hnd pasture any- en dull brown hair. two rocks of trouble shepherd's plnld; a tuft of succulent promises; green ' (.'old mountains and lh mUnluht air, l.urrlrr In llrnsll. pastures beside still waters; long A German paper published nt Witnessed the fervor ot Ills prayer " rfo sweet grass between bitter graves. Allegro says Hint there is Next, 1 mention the shepherds crook. n poln nn You have noticed the structure of tho tho Amazon was a rod, with a curve at the end river which the I ml ms This , . nvnl.l i,i.p.iUIi.i..Ii. which, when a sheep wns going astray, sheeps mouth? up It ls so sharp ....., u).iiB,i,iuuij ... niirr inirit or a blade of grass that it can take of a lejrend of n poldenhmrcd was thrown over its neck, and in thnt or clover top from the very narrowest woman who way it was pulled back. When tho spot cnsti a nmpic rprll And so Uod's sheep can pick up men nnd sheep were not going astray the shepcomfort where others can gather none. ...... .,.,,, prevents them from fii i,aa herd would often use it ns n sort ot nuiiir. ti remains io r . crutch, leaning on it; hut when the "Tho secret of tho Lord is with them whether this I.oreley legend w,. mi rot that fear Him," lllch pasture, fount- Imported centuries npo sheep were out of tho way the crook from (in fed pasture, for all tho Hock of tho was always busy pulling them back, ain. A llra7lllnn novelist, Aloncarhus nen All we, like sl(eep, have gone astray, liooit Shepherd. the lr(;eud Into one of his tales The hill ot .Ion jirliH nnd had It not been for thu shepherd's A thouiund tncred sweet ciook we would havo fallen long ago llcforo c reach the hcaenljr fields, i:nerf of Dlnmnnil. Or walk tlio KolJi-i- i streets. over the precipices. Sarah Ilrrnhnrdt .claims Unit trier Here is a roan who Is making too Lastly: Consider the shepherd's fold. wearing of diamonds destroys a,, i; much money. Ho Is (,'ettlnfr very vain. The time of wns a very pxprerslon of the face, illins i best lie says: "Aftur awhile I shall bu ludc' glad time. Tho neighbors gathered to-- of tho eyea nnd make' Hie ti. li lire pendent of nil tho world. Oh, my soul, gethur, and they poured wine nnd like chnlk. Her fnd. howeier hole for eat, drink anj tie merry." Iluslncss iluncuj for joy. Tho sheep wcro put costly gown, the last inngnllh 10- disaster come to him. What is Ood in a lace inclosed by u wall, wheru rpilsltlon lielng trimnrd wm tin Koing to do with htm? Has (iod It wa very easy to count them and quolses nnd the trdn Mns any irrudire against him? Oil, no. know whether any of them had skins of soo ermines. lined It In i d at over nun tlio been taken by the jacKuls or dogs, iiml is throwing 1,300. shepherd's crook and pulling him Thu luclusum was culled tha sheep-bac- k I'upnlallon of German i III,.,, into better pastures. Ileru In a fold, ficxl news 1 havo to tell you, in man who has always been well Ilo that our Lord tho Shepherd has a Ilcrlln hns 1.677,135 lni.ir.i .,- has never had any sympathy for in- - shecpfold, nml trose who were guthcred Hamburg, 025,000; Munich, .WO vallds; liu calls them uougliing, whecz- - in it shall never lie struck by the atorm, i'otir cltlra have nier S00.00O fir.,Ing nuisances. Afti r awhile sickness ahull never lie touched by the Jackuls .159,509; llrralnu, 373,000; Dre 3.10C00, nml Coloirne, 321.0f3. comes to lil m. lie does not understand ot temptation and trouble. U has ' high wall I ko high thnt no troubles what (iol Is going to do with him. A llnnl lie says: "J tho Lord angry with can get in so high that tho joys can iiriniirr. II I cstltnntrd that an nuk of i me?'' Oh, no. With thu shepherd's not get out. How glad tho old sheop Mie hie innrnhs it dnrlug crook hu lias been pulled back Into will bo lo find thu lambs that left a r nr, mrKs from - tartly Hero Is a happy them a good ninny yenrs nol Iraf every pastures. household clriilu. Thu parent does not illllioiis of children in lleavoul Oh, f about J23 Ions of water. blnck-hnndeil, !, 1 realise the truth that these children nre only loaned to him, and he from whnt source enme his domestic blessings. Sickness drops upon those children nnd death swoops upon n little one. He snys: "Is Hod angry with me?" No. His shepherd's crook pulls him back Into better pastures. J do not know what would become of us if It had not been for the shepherd's crook-Oh, the mercies of our troubles! You tnko up apples and plums from under the shade of the trees, and the very best fruits of Christian diameter we llnd In the deep shade of trouble. When I was on the steamer coming across the ocean I got a cinder in my eye, nnd sovernl persons tried to get it out very gently, but it could not be taken out In that way. I was told thnt the engineer hnd a facility In such-- ( enscs. 1 went to him. Ho put his large, sooty hand on me, took a knlfo, nml wr.ipied the lid of the eye around the knife. 1 expected to lie hurt very much, but without nny rain, und in stnntly, ho removeil the cinder. Oh, there" are times in our Christian life when our spiritual vision is being spoiled, and all gentle appliances fail. Then there comes some glnnt lays hold trouble, anil, of us and removes that which would have ruined our vision forever. I will gather all vour joys together in one regiment of ten companies, and 1 will put them under Col. Joy. Then I will gather all your sorrows together In one regiment of ten companies, and jut them under Col. llreakhearUof Then I will ask: Which,.., these regl..,, i L ,.. ....! "".. J" ..... ...,t,,, . Ki-- v; " splrltunl victories? Certainly thnt . I'reakhcnrL Jn the time of war, you may reniem-Ut- , nt the south nnd north, the question was whether tho black troops would fight; but when they were put Into the struggle on both sides they did heroically. In the great day of eternity it will bj found that it was not the white regiment of Joys that gained vour greatest successes, but tho Unek troops of trouble, misfortune nnd disaster. Where you have gained one spintuat success from your pros- ,.l 4.n .. .,1 t t ,,..1 ...!tt. ...,,i 1....... . for-t;e- ts A VIGOROUS BATTLE. what n merry Heaven It will mnkol r Not ninny psnlms there. J'rom th New i:ra. OreensburB. Ind. They will 1j In tho majority, nml will The IV turning It a straight forward state , run away with our song-- carrying It up mem of firti I'V seteian of the latn war to a still higher ioiiit of eestacy. Oh. No comnde mil nerd futtlier proof than own voids, a here gixen, there will lie shoutlngl If children on their fueiid's Castor, ol NewHiint, Ind , Is Sipnre Mill earth clapped their hnnds and danced tin narrator, and nn Inmost, lcpected cit for joy, whnt will they do when, lo tlio iron lie i, too. He said- "I have been trouli d Willi ilieiiniRtisin in all my Joints, ever gladness of childhood on earth, Is a hrouglit on t'' added the gladness of childhood In unie vi tit uif the ".ir- It "' came on me grad. there. In no long-mete1 Heaven? got over these, morbid Ideas of how wo shnll get out of this world. You mnliu your religion nn undertaker planning colllus anil driving hearses. Your religion smells of the varnish of n funeral casket llnther let your religion y come out nod show you the sheepfolil that Uotl 1ms provided for you. Ah, you say. there ls n rUor between till I know lt nnd that. but thnt .lordnn is only for tho sheep-was- h Ing, and they shall go upon the other banks snow-whitThey follow tlio Urejit Shepherd. They henrd Ills A . - hX They nre safe now vol celongngo. J Sii . , : i i i one ioiii ami one nuepncni. i vv .. those who nre finally found I VTXLJ Alasfor outside tho lncloiuro, Tho night of. tvC.iVx'vJ their sin howls with jackals; they nro thirsting for their blood. Tho very moment thnt n lamb may lie frisking upon the hills, a bear may bo looUiij at It from the thicket. Is time wo It Cnlnrrli Cniinol He Cure it rilth Local Aipliiatiuii(, ai titer cannot cull the seat uf the dircurc. Catarrh is a blood or ruiistitutlonal disease, and In order to euro it on mint tnke Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and nets dimtlv on the hlooj and mucous mr facra. Hall's Catarrh Cute Is hot a quark medicine. It was prcscrilicd by one of tha l.rst ph)sicians in this country for )ma, It Is nnd is n regular prescription of the best tonic known, combined with the bent blood purifiers, srtiiig direct hi was ly on the mucous surfaces. The petfecl ua!'.le an do H't getting worse until several Munbiuatlon of the two Ingredients fa what I tried anv work unal t'1 surh wonderful results In thsiians, lull (hey di J me no good. They 'atarrh Semi for testimonials, ftee rurintl laid nn lioiible was theiimntim resultlnii 1' J (ilLNT.V A CO., Props , ToWo, 0. In disiise ( the henrt, nml Ithat there a Sold bv nil prlie 73c. r it i Neertlielcs had Itvrdnnil nn nin-Hall' Validly Tilla nre Hit Ul. fonp'it the lienu for tlurt) )eals. and did not iiileiM to uie, iirapiy nuune nicy ram Iiml ln oslincul, ftbWo Mrs. Hidden -- lohn, we'll ncu-rbae n cent if )m don't quit being o rv I com-poic- d 1 drug-gist- , c A JOYFUL MOTHER OF CHILDREN. ff'iiy .'. . && ,Oy "& Mrs. rhifclmm Doclnroo thnt In tho Llabt of Mod- oru Solouco no Woman Nood Doopolr. ....... J";2r jt (! VW i i I Vf Y 11 I -- V J II I Burnt. tn1 -. nn- .i i. """ i,.-...- undt-i-Col- -- by several persons in the it t immunitr, and they rcconiineii.letl r highly. I procured n Ikix. The pills lidped me ritht nway, nnd 1 nintinunl taV. "i them. 1 commenced laklna thnn lat fall, and llnltlied takimt the mth lo a fw nvnths afto. I nin not lathered with the the imatism now the medicine has cured me. lcrimot certainly recommend Dr. William.' 1'inU Tills for l'ale lVople." Thte pill are not only good for rheumatism, ut are Invaluable for any dieae that rises irom impwrri!ied, or bad blood not act on the bowels. They f r it li 1 r i( r nk J'iIIs lor iMio neighbors mv " i hunted up otne remeihes lor Imilly happened on Dr. Wil- - hecn ul nUut the medicine, I'eo ne. i asucu 1 it ..... no-tic--d ,.. m . vom-nt'ia- t -- - 1 d - the matter there!" said the ludtfe iii th defendant in the suit, who had een ifleased jut was rummaititiR irom the witness Matnl, WAhELEt, U. V A , liuu, am. ainomM the jury. and I '"l'e lout my hat," leplicd the defendant, What Tuifleil I Mm. in nn injured tone. li The most ignorant trmn in Amrrlcn lire it." said tlio deTertians Mr. II EnURALO fend nit's counsel, indicating the counsel fur in St lout, the uthrr Jv he nsktsl hi a "S.n eniUer. ho .i readme the'iwr or the ther side. black rrhxe n pack are of the "Nut I," irplied that cntleman, "but I Iwv., hi.h dies .ui lend, FOR DECORATING WALLS AND CEILINGS lioie to hi Ins whole mm liefore we pit white!" Ksiisis City Sur. I 1 1? A I Ofrom s through." Chicago Tribune. w or piiini ilralcr nnu ilo your own your Rro-i-- r 'Jllr llir Clil'.lrrii u Drink i i no muui ratine nil material la a ii.Min i i.inii twenty nppurii wini n wink enlle.1 (Jrsin O. It i a delicious, appetinng, S nml luHtiimam lianl nit'tiiiriit , .MdHd In Dli, Ulml Mtlrmlltl Conor, four tinU and nourishing Mr. Goodman, Williams Co., 111., writes: uillce. Sohlfmsl dunk to take the p'ace of T equally ns well with cold or hot wut r Iff" Send for sample color cards and liked hi l bv all groc-r- s l "Trom one ckige Sailer' Herman Collce uho liaie iiseil it. from your local dealer lit ua this hen prnrli JJJ nml if you cannot purvha-Iterry coiling lc I gieiv 310 llw. of lietler lirtrsirrsl it ta.te like w iht fmwt cotTev I ill H know anil we will put you In the way ot obtaiului; It I can buy in torc at 30 cent a collce than tttc from all it injurioiu jiroperti.s i lb." THE MURALO CO.. NEW BRIGHTON. S. I.. NEW YORK. t Irani (I aid digestion and ctrrtigthins llir A package of this and big seed cstaletnie iMriei It i not a stimulant but a Co , I.i buildtr, and iluMren, a well as Is sent rou by .tohn A Salwr adult, ran Crosse, Wis , u;xin receipt of 15 cent stamps drink it with great Cost about a k& and this notice. Send foramctoday. 1.1 and IV much a cutlre STnl Worried About III Ancestor. Snfr ut ill llmirs. Ilie man IIumanit is never httiofird "I can trace my nnretor liars to a bun will do illiam the Conqueror." with i H.il.hdsc. a to the directions, thu more wife an I a tired rears safe Hitlint a bur "Well, 1 can't trace mine that fir, but I ire baby dee not for you especially so in washing clothe;. haven't the slightest doubt that some of glar alarm. Adam i.Ma ) TrertiMii. them wrre living e en collier than that. liven the hit or miss way in which many tisu Ciuciiinati lUiipurer. I.nii.l ninl it l.liluir liut is better than snap-usinami eluwintt i it the New South Are I.Ih1 f,'l to $6 an acre. lJi term Kot sourrelf ? t'se St. Jacob Oil for soaking, boiling, and rinsing the clothes -N schuols and ihurrltt. Sort acn on 1 stillness. It will cure. iiiimu I jn.' t cukl waves. New illustrated according to directions is best of all better i i. I and a living. 3 month, for In out, in With the da the light, with the mad tin ) lor clotlies ; better lor you. Usu no !.oap W. ('. UNKAltSUN. (i V A. tamtM. R ,(,' ttrcngtb to tread it. SamutlJohmwu. ljuii d. Lrtacent Ki.Hte. (iiBiunati n with it. Fevl it pan nvrav when St. Jacob A Ali erllsril. Neuralgia. Soothts it out. Oil cures match tins piece of Oin The "I sureet there 1ms Wen some crooked riMinii Tliedcnt Xo, ladv Ymi ma r. work emnc on here." he said Ami he that it ma one f Ihr matchlcsslMirg.itii- - si right. His wife had been driving nails. ran last Monday lndianapuh Journal CANDY Tuck. IlliliiUulut llrlnl I'nprr t'n I ! r nml Frost-blt- r nre like burn, and both lliiuli SlnrU t'.iiiililur.l Are cured by St. Jacobs Uil promptly. under walr.1 en rr nn Sent free of the bride and groom may lc timid, receipt f len ernl in nlir or slan Iloth 'I he ItilMt, tivst antt must tney aiwa) siami up lor tueir tile. yei Chicago Duly Kcw. af wirry library ami wttwe. Ad.lrstieu II lUallonl, 4IO(lklUnlny HiiUttiui. fin 111. THE MARKETS. Very lriilmlile. ClSCIMSATI, Mitch L The Clalrverant Vt, I stl most ef my LIVK STOCK Cattle.comiBoal i ( liinints through lh papers' s.. 1 1 iMitchers. good ... 3 vu a i el 'Ilie MnntHat Ah, mi ar an advertis("A I.Ms Ut at . eoi S lo . ing tmslium then. N". Y. Journal. ... i 16 it Jh. llt.!v oramon V' 5c DRUGOISTS .. x Mil pickers J m .. s;s i 4ui I.i.i t tut'rs In the aiKertiMMKHt of the John A. Salaer .. KU Ul Ml !! I.I' lioiie Seed Company, a Crow, Wut., a few wivk I.AMII- iaaf,Saaaas)lia,Oi0.ai. b IClfOf ml lo chole . . . $ 5I tit 1ttt.tlttt the prue of potatoes was inadtrrteiit tt Kl.'l II rt inter t.iln'.lyred . J T S ri mice, ly placed at 1.0o tier barrel, this should be UKAIN UIat-- No : re). Wc adviM Huilnig 3 ccftt N 3 r..l A W f I 50 per (isstagc for bAlar'j caultgu. Com S'". S mliwl i 3l Vn s tint tt " BUY Itje .s.i IM of bovs My ther cannot rtarul the HAY IV lrif lorbiilco of the whoolnxitn, who ran eoBuiMtrn-ti- t s fiw pork.... r.srrt I'riumstram ttml to loaf arwmd billiard ball every day, io S u lll'TTIK (bnleeuaUT Wasiiinfton IVnwcrat. i'rlm.' choice creerawj 5 tt ATl'LH-- - IvrbM sst To Cre n Culil In Our iluj-1'ik536 Iji vst u e llriiino (Quinine Tallitf l CHICAUO I !iiii(it efumi umni if it fails to ur.- . r ! IN END. FI.OtK Winter pa ion M im I wv UKAIN U Ural -- S'o. S Kd... i oi'i Cksve As aiticl yard in the manufacture illrllltlltWltllW(tWflllllIIWIllllll-'ttwlfllflWlflli Nil. w a. i f vftg l OIRN Ni 9.... .. .. ft a counterfeit breath. Chicago Daily .. 3 HA'- 1News. Sl "Wlit's 1 I.rnnl Uil. Inkhnm'a Vcfrctuhlo Csint- pmilid hns cltcctrd ko ninny euros: J Its tonlo roiicrtlra nro directed ea- -pcclully to the nerves which supply tranant tho Uterine hjstcm. Anione; othei-causcMr. llolden Why, my dear, rin not nt for lcrillty or barrctiuei. nil ettTH3ittiit. arc (liKplaccmenta of tho wouili. "Yes. jou nre. Thrics that accident INillev jnu bought nearly n e.ir nito, nnd Thrso (lUplncciiieiitn nro catikcd by Hint in t e )ou hacu't ued it once; if lack of htreni;th In tho lleamcnta trangnine I d.in't know wh.it it it." Gib -MipiHirtlnir the womb nnd the ovaries; re v Mga lvM'iiiiu News. store these, and tho difficulty ceasca, Hero, nitnin, the VoRctnblc Compound worlia won- (louml Monrs- - Discussions. ilera. See Mr. Ly tie's lutter, which follows Iletweeu now nnd next prisnlrntial election there will he hosts of dimiwuons of the In this column, t lo to the root of the matter. question of "miund iminej" and nler ml the tone uf the parts, nnd natur However opinion may lie diwded on these restore tho MrencUi of tho nersen point, there niiut mie publu nnd prufes will tlo tho rest. Nature hn.s no better ally than UiU Compound, made, ut sional opinion, and that i a favorable one. own henlinir nml restoring herbs. regarding the merit of llntrtlcr Stomach her Write freely nnd fully to Mm. TlnUham, Her nddres la Lynn, Maw Shu remedy for and pievrntiw of Ihtters a a w malaria, as well as n curative of kidney mm will tell ymi. free of chnre. the cause of your trouble nml hat course to take, plaint, dyspepsia, constipation, bier trou llelieve tne. under rlRht conditions, you hare a fair chance to become the Joy. ble and rheumatism ful mother of children. The woman whoso letter ls here published certainly thinks so: .Mils, " I nm morn than proud of Lyilln 11. Tlnkhain n Cfrctahlo Compound, nnd Itrftgic got Tannic I wonder where Mr. tho Rood It has done me. I was troubled vcrjr his loe1y T.nglish accent. He's American cannot find words to express nml sot era womb palms. From tho tlmo I wn badly with the leucorrhiea Ixirii. (uernl Why. I heard ho bought his married, In IBM, until last year, I was under the doctor' enrc. Wn had no 1fitl in UukIhii. I have, hart nearly every .loctorln Jersey City, nnd hnvo Wen tollolvln "How clcwr of him." I'hiKuIelphia Call. children. but nil t no avail. 1 row Mrs. Tlnkhnm' odvertlM-mcn- t In tho llosplt.nl, tinner, nnd have used five bottle; of her medicine. It 1ms dono more for uio THROUGH TOURIST SLEEPERS than till the doctor, 1 evrr had, It has Mopped my p.uiu and has brought mo i well over Muca tny baby was iKirn, 1 heartily I have n lino little Rlrl To l'rllAml,Orr rorriiRrl S.Minil llusliir recommend Mr. Tlnkliam'a medielnu to all women BiifTerlufc' from aterlllty." iln ntirlliiKtuii Uoiitr. Miu. I.UCV Lvtl.r. 2jS IlcudcrMiii SL, Jcrey City, N. J. WriiNrsmrs frum Kt Umls. Tut hsiuts Cob from Kniu-n- CII) sin Dimcr, orado. S'nlt l.nk -- a grcnt fentur m.hs .n m tlmMitsuii cMu-tr- n 1linrt,iuf Li.r for geiiiriil norlliHiot trmel W rlto L. W. There aro innny curahlo causes fur alerll- in women. Ouoof tlio most common C1 i Is Rcnernl debility, nceompanlcd by a A: f. . : M Vi tin i.'X. I I II .Ik ectillar condition ot thu blood. laaT-.'jrCaru und tonlo treatment of tha fe . VT i . svBBLiiH PPPaV male orpiuis relievo more vasea of sup . M SPPPPaj iiiH. aPjFb I posed Incurable barrenness than nny :.- Wr other Know method. 'J his is why '''l1 I'.ttl 1 jiiLslm. iiHll iiH -- v.7T m wm T 1 a rrLji vVfiV "' Vtir s r. paint; :; w alls geilincs. WATER COLOR PAINTS I fi m-t- li.iut unit-rl.i- 2 S1 tl rcr'o::cecptfftf.f Closer you keep Pcnrlinc neris fl rt lnt ." l,.l 10 i Riff & i" v )n a V sttrr S JSfe ZJr .... WCURE CONSTIPATION V7 CATHARTIC Pcarlinc T rlr 6in JtSSaS . ii a4iaH(l4Bl'lMtli9' "DON'T BORROW TROUBLE." M -- I'lCOVI'-Iiis's-Mos- i Sim Sim :u aim i' -- - TIS CHEAPER APOLiO THE , c -- hK-o-x 1M1II M.-.- S I.A11U- - M4n , 10 3) 6 II) 5 11V, 5 I W NBW YOKIC HU. lT- I uliK LA1IU WIIKAT Mili.V NoJmtxeu. Wiitsl TMifG Wiawrisitt No. t red. IH tt m 10 TioV Cure ( the medwinc to break children's Uouiih ami Cold. Mr M. Illunt, Sjirapue, nh., .March t), Ul. ItMSHll. K ypj Vanni Wr.ieni IIALTUtOaii ttll4 40 W, w. II to VI lie careful Iww jon (sr() an opporfunity; it I often UrriWy hard to let go. Cbuaico . Iv.mihrfil . Mllfc y B l.U IhT I : Hill Mt' I uHII WlllTrllH I Ti.i wii.irluLII kr hi i i. a.sr. ki ivllllit imr Kl sih imii.. n d TLOUR Faallr Oil.MN nitmt-Na- S Suii'nrrlt Wljetlt Ion,- - VliN) Oa - Nrvralte r ATI LI. 1ILK..S I llyr Su. Wratera Wkrat-N- Juotern Firstnuallty ISKIANATOLlii Jmlleit o. 3IHV 3 Ml 33(t ii H 1 !(, to I 70 Snrmned niijht. jou ara W ell if you use St. Jacob Oil to cure. To-da- y It ALABAMA LADIES lxiN-- r AJaM1 The fivnritc interjection of the lovelorn youth Chicago Pail) Nm. fanlfiaK Oak IyOweryIaMwrlteC Have used Dr. V A The KianHIKG IN K Kl Huptltre. Surociire. Ilookfree WilUifnrlt V. toS.J SiiBTBiari, rJicclallst,.Il.Vcrnon,N Tli principle of aruuitirs are sound ( hic;o D.nl) New.. . hand-rocke- d CjK;1., O.iu I'orn NtJnliel M No t u kvrflr7 SltnmoiiH IMvor?!ilIoliii! in my famIly for 10 years, with good results. I think it i stronger man 9 II.OUI1 Wmur riateni I.K.VIN VViui -- No. 2 rod .... .l IJUIS VILLI! J 75 n to) IO it tt I 31 Keep on and suffer if you think St. Jacob' Oil won't cure rheumatism. Check omethini? that a man has a preat leal nf uhm it cow rs an aihcr ('im.-itfDaily Niwf. '. 9Tt JDraught." Cramp 'Zcilin's" or " Black Mix.. lOUK-M- i-LAUI-bU- au (til) III Are caused by an Irrlt&tlon ot tha nerves. I Iuro aro pliiclilnir, of uterine) disease. pnawlnn and contrartlro pain In ilia region uf tho Btomach eilvndlnc to tho back and chca. 'ther aro often the njinlom ami elfect of liidlrestlon. Dr. SI. A. nlnimipii l.lrrr Mrdlrlnu should ho used tottlintl-lut- o tliodlcextivo orcaii aixl Pr. Slmnion nti toKlva Immcduta relief Mtmw Vino and permanent euro. Alter thej old proprlctora of tbo artlclo now called "lllack Drauitlit" wcro by tho United Mates Court enjoined from using; the word conaliluilng our trado name doasnotr'iuity rrijUlla tbst Ucytaudort thoir own Irad. osruo and merit (If nyl of tlielr mucin, sail not seek to approprialo I ho trada for our artlclo called for and known a Dr. Wmmoun User Medicine, by puMlahlmMlin Molina of another Dr. hun inonn on thrirwrappcr and falsely adtcrTls. ing that their artlclo " Illack DraiiKlit" won Cktablishol In lsio, (hut bring tlio year In which our article was cntslilulied, vriillo no one ever heard of "Illack DracKlil" till after 1170. Why do they adrertloo that falsehood nnd associate their artlclo with ours (baring tho picture of Dr. 11. A. him. mons mi ll) by their publlcatlub of tho Icturn of aoottirr Ir. Btuimout, if not dona o unfairly appropriate uurtradur' la not tho uioUvu apparent? Tlicyaroloculpairu,freiurntljthorcnlt A FRIEND'S ADVICE. And what it led to. common occurence that a It Is nnt friendly vronl shoubl lie Ilie mean ol glv. l nanjilurts aud In;: nearly forty year lirallh 10 (he pemon ticcdlnK ilie ailvlre it Cirtricd. This was t lie rie Willi Mary I.lnnard. At twenty five she w ilragKiii outherdayi in inuery. At lsty one she fnidi hrrncll to active and itlonu she can do work lliat would ihsine many a younger svomsn, and InsLs hack on Uilrty-sliatiiy, liraltlifut years of luduttry. Hut let htrttll her torri years nrol had (treat trcuhln "Thirty-svltrtmy llrer, The doctor allowed (hat were tumor growl ns on ll, nnltliry thtre me bliitered my tide la n effurt to Rive my t that time esrniliK relief. I v a tailoreas, hut for live years, llvlne at the between the pain lu my aide ami and blltterwasI was Into couiUnt misery, adrait me. with no prospect svork however, ol relic', fortuiiattljr for me, Aycr'i Bara friend WUnJ me to take Dr. aap rill, and finally p riuadcil me to take trfular course of 11. When Grtt com rneucrd taklnir the Bartsparllla my tide painful that I lonldl not fatten my lor a time I did drrtt, au4 my friend advlted not get any me to relief, tut an't relief mi tine to come, and come It lll. ThI happened. a I tay, years ago, My liver has never tlilrty-ltroubled me since, and dm in I! tfieta years critical I liaie liatted throuuli tlio inott any par period, of a woman' Ilie without at tlxly-onticular tiouhle, and active and ttromr. and year of se. I able to do a day's work thtt would upict ! 1 i a If you ate interested and wish to poit yourself ahmt the Gold Fields ot the Yukon Valley, when to ro ami how to Ret there, vwitc (or a Descriptive Toldcr nnd Map of Alaska. It will be sent tree upon application to T. A. GRADY, Manager C, I), k Q, U. It., 2 1, CI.uk Street, Chicago, 1 fc ACETYLENE Ilie LlKht of the CJAS, . m ' Future. Jlttu1?l if Hill 4 ) ut cr sato per-eve- s hhccp-shcariu- , e . awvUftafl i v FOR 14 CENTS fm many a younger woman, liver tlncr my rreovery I liaie taken a couple ol bottles ol Dr. A er ' Stria pa. Ilia Ieach tpuiiii. and owe my kocI am nuile islltfied thai l health lo this Iteatmriit. I Kle Ihlt putely lu the hope that it may tome poor tuHeict." mt.l the eye olWoodstock, Out. Mary I.inoahi, Ur Ayer's Ktrtaparllla has won Its v to every corner of the world by I lie prolie of It friends fhoe who htlr (tied It mid who know Ihey weir clued by the use of the remedy There Is l.ollilnu o ttronir as this persontl letluuoiiy It throw all theories ami fancies' to the wind aud stand solidly upon the lock of eipeil. ence challenging every tkepllc with a Aycr'" htrtaparllta potltlve " Inott." with lit purllytmt nnd vltallilcg action on the blood It a tadicol lemtdy lor evfly form of disrate that hrgln In tainted or Impure I.ImmI. Hence turrors, sores, ulcers, boilt, eruption and iluillar till, rates yield plomptly In till medicine, home cases are more stubborn ttitn others, hut pertinence with Dr. Ayet't riattapa. rllla utualty results In a complete cure. Mary I, Inward began with a Icltlc, and went on lo a course of Dr. Ayet'n lirta rllla. When the was cured the reallied could cuic ditetse thtt n medicine that Bo could also prevent it. the took a couple of bottle tach tpllllZ and kept In prifecl health. There are ihnutandt of tlrnilnr catet on record, home ol these are gathered luto l)r Ayrr't Curebonk.o Utile book, of loo which It lent free by the j. C. Aycr Co., Lowell, Matt. Wtlte for it. lrtl-muniaw-. ab SaPVVr fHiVV) fM UmI. . fll K.h U fM MiM tlMt mrr , r (unify .tprtrt l'M il fh. n tSfitf IH ( !, MofM lC'tltrJpaTE. j llaaaaM llitrt fiirrthanhm. fr (ii tmp ftf, liNr)t 4 . fir)ii r ill f Ut HoirJ it tntr ti i4tr rllMi li tbrsif kit 1 ti.ll HIlUl ! ft krttt t laaitltit W '- II Itvn til r ktim- A) ban Atilonio, ler., aayn My wife has used Dr. M. (sLll yon A.Hliiimiinsl.lnir Mr. Irlimmanyyeatt forWIck Iliiniliicho and uovor fall to buy a packago when tho uipoota to travel. It save ono from taking Injurlout drug. i'..r 15 vosri It list boen a necessary tavdlcluo lu my hotiiu. TllK II III rki1itt T10iL AVT i,Vr.UAntOt, Mlmnb MMl.. itrsrliiiJ), O, STOPPED fKRafARENTLY ITS finm fus FREE. CURED tn.nllon. Don't bo fool fid Into taklna cheap wnrthliMsatufl. If tlio merchant tell you itUluctlliocamo" aaM.A.3. I. M., ho I Irylnrlouell you may know that cheap sttilttotnake n big profltliy paluilor; off on you a wholly dlflorunt artlclo. ( nmt St IHnt 'mitv X I itrii Ut hw. TrntlH and f StrtillwUlfl frf tVttf-atalU Di lUfBll. Ik? IftlttJat IP tbM WlM, Hrntt U 1R KUfK, I frl , tUIUt-- InMiUM "f Urll-- , tlltl Arth Pllff!, i'iiitaiti.ria, rx. rttltl latsnlly Pr.vlntad by OR. KLINI'S GREAT NERVE RESTORER Film fit all Vsnai 1Hiimii !.. C mm. li pes H)ltB. aLLB pnt iuiuiibi11IITuvui. viiet 0o ' I ! lu.ll.h. Fli. KsrllHurlDiTurulD. ido I loo K.rlL.t IU1 Hnt, IDO I immaroK uucuinlif r, )utn V louirls Latluc, It 1, Klundjk Ualon, 1M M La ! .InrnhiillUnt Onion. " Jirlllltot Vlu.tr Ud, Uo wUb to iiln VAfAQ nt ar cn Old Mo ret. U nerur ffttfi. J)rawi out nil ultoii oipetno hiresftalf h for and kufTcrlnir Cur Hit irrtjneiit Jtotl I'll ft. rut. t'uls, andkllKrrth Woiintla. Mr mll uiili Atot Urvv. ftw. Jbiok ffto. il. ! ai,i,i: mi:iH'imk tO., HI. luiil. Mlaii. Hold by JlrutiflaU. i lluriM ccr( I'lrrrt Vlrrrif Ncroriiluii I'lcertt and (JHngreur, t'rver Nurci. trl tho only turn cum In the worM for i lirmilf VI BffilBH ,lirrc. li KIH..I, HkK.II a Bu, I la i;ritwhrst ! lo tlu nilt31 bua r.lt . ItoO Imis wttlovi fr rrp lialltr (irsrK I oi 11 lilu.AT I'ATM.omr. m.iici rou f wlllt I of Irit. r,l iniiili's, nrn THIN MlTIIKimil III rrnls In aluiiin. juiis t, sims tkru 111 , wui, ms, t I Mil l,ui How Oafs;", Wheat n 40c. ai 2 ii ihis. (jguyjB pVVfe1 at -- mm .LVHia Dost iS.iiKh Hjrun. ' I ' ''. t Votlsg. 1 a ooe try Mtlicr't otyoa nlll ntver t slnne .nn-as- ) (Ij.ih. I'ul.mraKl Al.AU Illll.lHliludllouitHj. No, nuts ana to., u caosst, wis. Ikl. worth II w will insll y fin, iottllir with our .K.t tiv.l rcipicr lintKt CtUlo.ji! upou ni.l uutir.ana im. w Inrlttyuor Irtdt jid Above 10 UO, Wrth 1.00, for 14 sstt. 4 IIIIKO11IIY Nove SOW GOOD SEED lo. uutlll; fDM)llRftArie N A POSTAL (WO WE WiaStMOYOU OUR IJ4.RsOD CATALOGUE FREE ILLUSTRATED ", tRO S wmit all list Jails, Tanim nnut, Cm Intlnin. 8nM lir rtnifflata. I I J.tnf It Mlllllll D1UIIIU illlfl teKfUI.I' .rltlll.fJrreory .ti (1elrrllil In fro. nUluir Mun, llMrblel.., Alna J. mill WliUUey I'll.'"" Man ilf lVllll Ul llulilt rilled atliimiowiliiuiiliixlii. Ilbi.knt inrilrulartiitl'lli:i:. II U VOOLLKV,in..Allai.ta,U, VlrKHKHR REPEATINe ARMS lP0yinciiinTN'c, HewiuvtN.tonN, ,T xv ,ata&anaK iTaKn niTrIT01..4l.f l....trt'U.U, Ir... ICQIITItl xv M 0.' i A. N. K.- -R 1008 WHK.V WIIITI.S.U rnlkHIOaiu.riiMiitiitiitn.iiirt.'Lit.ittt. lilrate tnlo ttml cat In Ul fn rtr. uw U TO AUVKKTIIEKts allttrilaa && ' " J Wi. 'T ,;iw-T.r '&s 'l.l " -. 1 i'S.. rsni. amrariauaw T,aV ..!. l.fV. T.;.a?!t.-v,'T,.- TWJ i latnM I - 'iWIsrmnm .A5UF mOBBH WS? r i WliKJt9WnnlSM Friirimm9mvmimwmmimm rrS5??4f 1 V.