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II HICKM 2111 1 1JICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY,t8wV., patu-struck- COURIER. DAY, MARCH 25, 1898. HOUSE L'fiiiiplrlfi llu- - FINE WITH JOS PRINTING KXJEOU'rJCD NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. li:oliaK VTARKKN, ! J.4.C. IVKAllN. t Assistant Kdltor Kdltor SALE BILLS. ENVELOPES, TDE OLDEST NEWSPAPER IS WESTERN KENTUCKY. If HI I'ricoofBiihHcriptioii.ti.w. TIIK. HONEY OF IIAUAli. VOL. XXXIII. NO. COMMITTEE a1 - 18. - LETTER HEADS, DILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETG CAJCXj AICX HICIC U8, - ' Wilt lilimacl, Through tlio Dcicrt and tlio Lesson II Teaches. footsore, nn( Ihlrily Abraham's lamknl In lira, .11 fur t,Mirlali e Nrr- uirnlNiiil I'iiiiiiiI II- . 1 mull by Taliiisgr, ll, II, trnry t frij.ui Lfctti. JJ9&&&& Dr. Tiilmnge's sermon Stnuliiy was l., 0s "A ml (iod lien., ohcd her ryes, lift she snw u well of w uteri anil she a cut niul filled the bolt la with water and gnvo tho l.ul drink. ' Morning breaks umii There, Is an curl) Mir lu tho home of Abraham. 'Jlieiu has lieen truuhlu mining 1110 uouu-stics- . iingnr, mi as slttiiul In the household, niul her sou, 11 lirUk lad of JO years. havo impudent niul Insolent, niul tsarnh. I. ..1.1 l.IV II.IM.I vn1, ..f .1... 1. ...t........ ,1, lllv ,,,1S',,M,I ....... her 11 - ipfi i nrjm ?zy$afM 1 11 HR Ihey nro pneklni; up now. Ahnihniu, luumliiir that the Joiirnev Ivfore hi serrnut and her son will Ui ery loii(f and iiitiiw desolate plaee. in thu kindness of hl heart M'h nlxmt puUllij; up miiiiii hit and u Imttle with wiiUt In it ll Unteiy plain lunch that Abraham provides but I warrant you there would !m Ucu i'IuiukIi nf it had thry not hnt their Is) with you!" Mihl old way. "titsl Ahraham, as ho iate thu lunch to llul.'ar, and a K'xxl many clmres ai to lion she should euiidiict thu journey Ishiuiiel, the lxy, I supHite, liotnuleil away In th) morning lltflit. llnvi always like a eliiuiKe. 1'o.ir Ishmuell He has 110 Idon of the tlisasturs thai are iihenil of hint llaifiir yives one lonjf, llnjfi'rliij; kjk on the familiar plet) wiioro she had spent o maHy hapny ohcIi seeiio iisstetaliMl with the prhlu nml )oy of her heart, yminjf 11 rrffjl(lfl,tIO ,lreiiili.rMlrnTiT,Thif lllW3fflUW Wl lllllll (Uil fashioned he lift It, bleeding niul plow. Tliero In a Tliul wound In thu foot decides thitlhu man ( od fashioned to mnko a Ihj hi'ih'litiiry In his lift, decides thiilho constitution, 'l'ho iiinn who nuikes 1m u student. 'I hut wound hi the glass liiu plow U Jul iin honorable hi tliu tu tin- - foot ilvi'liU'K thnt lio Minll liiiin who makes thu conMltuth.il. 1m .lolin lilt to, who shall pro There- Ik a woman who was ramie to tIiUi the lest religious ciioyehipe faihloii a nils-- , niul yonder Is mm In- illn thu world hnK ever liml pro tended to Is-- quu,Mi and near It. It tided, niul, with hli other writing srems to inu thai In the one cnvi dm In n well, throwing u light upon thu the other, tiod npiHiluts the sphere, Woiil of (iod such as lias come from no I anil the Just in rcsitclahlo other limn luthlscentury. Oil, mother. I do not mother, thnt llttlu In Ills sight a tlin seopter. it it' I that wanders know hut thai, the world would long over your face may yells? llttfil to hurl ago have lieen saved if somn of the thuudcrlioll of utir or ilrop Wiii-dlc- . men out of the ministry wore In It, and tlonsl That lllllo voice may bias sonm of those who are In It wore out phemu (!o.l In the grogsho.i or f of It. I really think that the cry "l'orwnnir to thu Lord's hints world may W divided Into two qunr-uh- l a they go out for their lust victory. teWi thovwho have, not foiiml their My muni thin morning leaps .1') spin re, ami tlio who having found It, ,yrnr ahead, and I seen merchant are nut willing to stay there. How prince, of New York. One stroke j many nro struggling for n tlllou a of Ills pen bring a ship out of Canton, lllllii higher tlnili that which (iod In AiiiithritroU of hU.-l,rlm,. 1. ..I. .1 I.. ......l...t them. IN. . bondswoman .wants,, in, Mmjrmt,, Ujls.uilitMy .tu , ..llio to mnhv, THE BOARD'S REPORT.? A PRESS CENSORSHIP. " i - . one-hal- , ,ll lv. l. Tho Jorihlin; Mnm comes on. The U stllliliif nml imive.. ncroK the tlescrl with liiiiilttjrahlo siilTKMiio IshltHii'l. IShi Imy, Imlnt to iHllplatil mid lies iiimi, 1ml linear ruuwt him up, Mtyiug nothing a Unit her own wtwrllips or tlu huelterliifc' hent, for iniilker oan endure nuylhluif Trudge, trttilife, t not f iv IhodiHtd lvel of tlwilesert, hutv wMirlly ami slowly the hlltfstlipi A t.imarliiil that st Hied hours ago to stand only jusl a little nliDSiil, Invitlinr trnveleni to uume under it shadow, mux is asfarulT nev, r, or seemingly wi Nljht drops Uhiii the tlewrt, ami the travelers are pJHow-les- . lihUKiel. tery weary. I supposs. Iiistantly falls nslnp. linear, us the lalllws nf I hi mlit U'iriii to lap oter Hch other IIHKHr hU's lirr wenry Uiv to hor Iimmo and think of the fact that it Is Iter fault thnt llie) are in the lUsvrt A star look out, and rter fall A lHf (ear is kiel w th a sparkle. winf of wlmt e.fitri mci luiii.irtli ml llfta the locks from the fetertxl lrow of the toy. linear nln p til fully nml In her own ilnnms tuivelsoter uir 1 t. uipl hjlf.nitttk.vifjiMirj innoll Ishmaelr' And m they ci on ilny nfter day nml nl(ht utter niiflil, for they have 1mI their way No path in, the shifting ..iiidsi 110 sij.'ii In thx hurnlii sky. 'I lie Kick empt) nf llmir; the water Wlmt shall she I mie frvHil the Ix'ttle do? As khe puts her fainting' Uhmacl under n stunted shrub of the urn! plait), she Mrs the bltKHlshot e)e, frets tho hut hand, and watchen the bliHtd Imrallsg from the criiekrd tmiK'ie. nml l hero w a shriek in the desert of lleer-s- i cum, -- Wo Abraham's equilibrium. My friends, f of the trouble In the world today comes from the 'ret that people 1I0 not know' their place, or, llmiing their place, will not stay in it. When no come Into the world tliero is always A place for Abra1 pi 111 it ready for uv ham. A place for Sarah. A place for linear. A place for Ishmael. A place fur 011 and a place for inc. Our I hit duty is to llnd our sphere; our second Is to keep It. W'e may lie li'irn In u sphere fur olT from the one for which !od Dually intcmlii us, hl.v-tV. was born on the low ground and was a swineherd; tiod called him up to wao n scepter, 1'erusoii spent his enrly dnya In looklii nfter sheep; tiod called him up to look after stars and Is? a shepherd wati'lilnj; the llocks nf lltflit on the hillsides of heaven, Hogarth bean by cnj,'ruvlntf pewter pots; tiod raised him to stand in tho enchanted realm of 11 painter. The shoemaker's bench held llloomlleld fur a little while; but tiod raised him to sit In the chair of philosopher ami v iiriHiiaii scmuur. The soap holler of London could not keep his sou ill that business, for tiod had decided that Ilawley was to bo mto of tho gicatest astronomers of lhig' one-hal11 Now, 110 mother was ever mtdu sironif noHjili tu hear her sun cry in vain forn Irmk. Ilrrctofnreshehad cliecrtHl her by proiulailtif ll speedy end of the journey, and even sinl!el upon him when she felt ilospcrately enough Now there l lintlilnjf to do but place linn under a shrub and lei him bho had HioukIiI that she lie. would sll Ihurw and wulch until the of her loy would ,'' awny for-ver. nml then she would breathe out her own life on his silent heart; but an tho toy logins to claw his tongue In uifoity of thirst and simple in distortion, nml Kt,'s his mother to stay him, she ran not endure the ectnclo. She puts him under a shrub mid goes olT a Ihiw allot, and begins to weep until all the desert seems Milium;?, and her cry strikes clear throiiffh the heavens; mid 1111 .nigel of lnl cornea out on a cloud, mid looks down upon the appalling i!f- -t snil cries: "llnifitr, what tiileth tllctiV" She looks up ami she sees the fiijfpj pointing to it well of water, where she lllls the initio for thu lad. T bank I in I! Thank tioilt 1 learn from tills oriental scene. In the Unit place, what a sad tiling It is when people to not know their place and pit t proud for llielr busl-ncvlliik'-iwas mi nsslstuut lit that hoUKcholi!, but she wanted to ruin there. .Miu ridiculed mid jeered until bur Mm, Ishmaid. K"t the same tricks. M.o iliisiied mil her own happiness and tlirew Sarah Into a rctt. fri t; and If Mie had staved much louder 111 that liouteliotd she would hate upset calm shall diet We shall diet" ly -' land. n 51 I M other hand wo may be born hi little higher than that for which (iod Intends us. Wo tuny bo l ,i In a castle, and play In u costly conservatory, and feed high-brennlntcrs. and liniflo for gold llsh in nrtlllelal ponds, and lm familiar with the princess; yet (Iod may better havelltted iu for it carpenter's shop, or denlist's forceps, or a wenvcr's shuttle, or a blacksmith's forge. The great thing Is to llnd just the sphere for which Hod undtiil ti, ami then to occupy that I it furevvr. ainl occupy uiiii'iv, O.i tho sphere it d wheel of a watch he? Ho slu on Sabbaths yon in went treading its pihleii liureh. Mv mind leaps :I0 vcars for p.illiwnv wants to lm the balance-wlu- ward from this time, mid I llnd in.vs If mid the sparrow with chagrin In a relief association. A great multidro,s into the briMik liceause it can tude of t hrlsliaii women have mel tonot. like the i aple, cut a ilrcle umler gether for a generous purpose. the sun. There is one woman In that crow I In thi hint's army we all want to Isj who seems to hive the coiilideiioo brigadier minerals! The shwp wiys: of nil the others, and they all "More iiuist. more tonnage, more can-ta- look up to her f(r counsel mid lli. that I were n tojisall schooti- - for lur prill erv Who Is she? This r, or n brig, or a (uniird afternoon j on will liml her iu the Sab steamer:" And so the world Is lllled while the lonelier tells her with cries of discontent, we that Christ, who clothed tho naked, are not willing to stay In the place nml fed the hungry, ami healed tile where us put us mid Intruded us to sick. My mind leaps forward no years ts Mv friends. In) not loo proud to from now. mid liml myself in an Afdo anything liisl tells you todo;for the rican jungle and there Is a iiiissinuary lack of n right i1Wmi1iIoii in this re- of tho cross addressing the natives, and spect the world is strewn with wonder-iiii- r their dusky arc irra.'.l-ali- d liagnrs ami Islimaelv (iisl has with thu gl.nl tidings of great giien each one of us u work to do. juy nml salvation. Who is he? Did You carry a scuttle of up that you nut hear his voice Iu tho dark nllcy. You distribute that t'hrls-tiii- n opening Ming of your church serviee'.' You give 510.000 to the tract. My mind li nps forw nrd HO years from ni.liniary cuiw. You for 15 ycnr now, ami I llnd uijsclf looking through g it with chroiiie iheuuialisiii. illsplay-lu- the wickedness of a prison. I see a the of t lirlillan subiiils-lin- . face cai'red with every crime. His W'hatercr ticsl calls joti to. chin on his open .palm, his elbow on whither ll win hissing or hu.ia; his knee it picture of dispnlr. As whither to walk under triumphal oH'ii the wicket he starts, and I hear arch or lift the wit out of the ditch; his chnin clank. Tho r tell! whether it le to preach on a l'eutccoAt mu thai he has in there thrco or 11I Mime wanderer of the street times- - llrst for theft, then for arson, of the mercy of the Christ of Mary and uuw for murder. He steps upon Mnplalvtie; whether il l to weave a tho trap door, the rope I. fastened to gailntul fur a laughing child on it his neck, the plank falls, his lxW pring morning and call her n Mary swings in the air, his soul swings olT tjucrn. or to ciimb out th tangled into eternity. Who la h , and where is lo, ks of a waif of the street And cut up he? This afternoon playing kite on one of jour old drcsse to III her oui the city commons. Moth r. you are now for the sanctuary do It, and do It hoisting ti throne or forging n chain; ami do ll right away Whether It U ) on nro kindling a star or digging a g a ennui or yoke, do not lldget. dungeon. honors upon those whodothelr A (hrlstinii mother a many work, and do their whole work, ami years a so sat teaching lesion, of reare tonteiited in tlie sphere in which ligion to h.-- chilil, mid he drank in lii-l bus put them; while there is nan-liiio- those lesstuis. Mn never knew that nml exile, ami tlesolatiou, and I.Hiiipluer would come forth and e.tal-lis- h for illscoutented Hagar and I'tiltou-strce- t wil! nits, the prater m etlng, Ishmael. ami by one meeting rvolutioiii i llu I find In this Oriental srenu a Again, devotions of the whole eaitli ami thrill of sjmpathy with worn in when tho eternities with his Christian lultii- .... . ,,,m.l,,w,,t,lv-vl.lilM,At.lh.uMM,,firlli.lri,lulmliillfh for tills Wlfnlii grFntelmng.) who brought him to Jestia Christ. .She llngar! There was the tent, and nil never had mi Idea thnt she was leading the surroundings of Abraham's house, forth such destiuii-s-. Hut oh, Ivnulilul and luxurious, mi doubt. when I a mother reckless Now she Is out into the hot of her iiillucnee, rattling on tow aril sands of the desert. Oh, what a change destruction, garlanded for t lie saori lice il was' And in our tlay we often see with unseemly mirth and godlevsness, Here is dancing on down to pciditiou, taking the wheel of fortune turn Mime one who lived in the very bright her children in the same direction, Ikuih) of her father. She had everypreparing them for a life of frivolity, t thing possible to administer can not help but say: "There they go hi r happiness- - plrnty at the talde, there they go; llngar nml Ishmael!'' musle In the drawing room, welcome 1 tell you there are wilder deserts than iu many of the fashional the door. She Is led forth into life by Mime one w ho can not appreciate able circles of this day. Dissipated her. A dissipated smil comes and lakes parent chilleadtng dissipated Cruelties blot dren her out in the desert. Avaricious parents leading ou all the lights of thai home circle. avaricious children. I'raycrlcss paHarsh wonts wear out her spirits. Thu rents lending prayerlcsi chihlr, n. go through hlirh hopes thai shone out over the They every street, marriage altar tvliilo the ring was g up every dark alley. Into every cellar, given, ami the nlongevery highway. llngar and Ishnml the tows Wiipdlction pronounced, have all faded mael! And while I pronounce their with the orange blossoms, and there names It seems like tho moaning of she is broken hearted, thinking theilcser.1 wind: "llag.tr mid Ishm.icir' of past .iov and present desolation 'mil 1 learn one more lesson from this ci mi lug anguish. Il.igarin the wilderOriental scene, and that Is thai ness? every wilderness has it well iu It, You can llagar and Ishmael gave up to die. Here Is beautiful home. not think of anything that can be lidd- Ilagar's heart sank within her as she ed to It. Tor jears there has not leen heard her child crying: "Water! of it single trouble. Water! the nigir'-ktiiishe stits, "All!" Water!" HngSt mi I happy children till the "my darling, there Is ml water. '1 Ins house vvllh laughter mid song. Hooks is a desert!" And then liud's aiiirel to read. 1'iutiircs lo look at. lounges said from tho cloud: " hat nilcth to rest on. Cup nf domestic Joy full thee, llngar?" And she looked up and Dark uighl drops. saw Hi lit pointing ton well of water, ami running over. 1'illim hot. I'ulses llutter. I'.jcs close. where she filled tho liottlo for the lad. steps Illeised lw tiod, thai there is in every And 1 he foot whine on tin) door sill brought the whole wilderness n well, if you only know-hohiiiisfho.il out at eventide crying: to liml it fuuntains for all "lather's coming!" will never sound these thirsty souls. On that last A long, deep day, on thai great day of the feast, on the door sill again. ' If grief plowrd through all the bright-iicss.lesus stood mid cried: 1'aradise lost. tmui'stle life. thirst, let him conn to mo W'idov. hoisl llngar In the wilderness. ami drink." All thoo other fountHow t.fien Is it we see the weak arm ains you llnd lire mere mirages of tho l'arucclsiis, you know, sciit of woman conscripted for this battle desert. with the rough world. Wlio is she, go- his time iu trying to llnd out the elixir ing down the street in the early light of life a liquid, which, if taken, would of the morning, pale with cshausting keep one perpetually young iu this work, not half slept out with the slumworld, and would change the aged liat't bers of last night, tiagedies of sillier again to ,outh. Of coiirsu ho was lug written all over her face, her lusho found not the elixir, treless eyes looking far ahead, us llutheiel lei I you uf tho elixir of though for the coming of miiiio other everlasting life bursting from tho Her parents call her Mary, "I lock of Ages," ami thnt drinking trouble'.' or llerthn, or Agnes, on the day when that water you shall never get old. and they hild her up to thu font ami you will never 1st sick, mid von will the IhrlMl.in minister sprinkled on never die. "Ho, every one that the infant's faio tho washings thirsteth, emtio ye to the waters." Ah, of n holy baptism, Her name Is chang- here is a man who say.: "I believe all ed now . I hear It In the shullle of tho you say, but have been trudgworiiout shoes. I see It in the llguro of ing along lit the wilderness, nml can't Hud It In the linen the faded calico. llnd the fountain," Do you know tho countenance. reason? 1 will tell you. You never uientN of the Not Marj, nor llertlia, nor Agnes, but looked in the I Ighl direction. Mill," llngar in tho wilderness. .May (iod you say, "1 have looked every where. have mercy upon woman In her tolls, L liavo looked north, south, cast and her struggles, her hardships, her deso- west, ami I haven't found the founlation, mid may the great heart of tain." Why, you are not looking In ilitine sympathy Inclose her forever! tho right direction at all. Again, 1 llnd In this oriental seeno Mont people know Hint gold Is the most the fact that every mother leads forth widely distributed of all uiutals, being tremendous destinies. You mi : ' That Isn't an unusual found Iu almost every country In the scene, u mother leading her child by world, though, of iiiiirse, not in quanthe hand." Who is It thai she Is lead- tities which it would pay to dig. Now ing? Ishuiael, you say. Who Is Ishmael',' comes the startling discovery lint the A great nation Is to bo founded a common red clay of which brick t nro nation so strong that it stands for made contains gold at the rate of nearthousands of tears against all the ar- ly it shilling's worth to the ton even, mies of the world. Hgypt and Assyria lu some cases, u little motv. In thu houses thunder ngnlnst It, hut in vain, daiitus 000,000 of London tliero are at least ', tons of brick. Make a littlo brings up his army, ami his army Is smitten. Ale.Mtl.iter decides upon it calculation at tho rale of one shilling campaign, urines up his hosts, ami per ton, unit you will llnd thatno less than tfJ.V),iH)0 of the precious metal W dies. Tor a long while that nation immop locked tightly tip In the uly red walls ollzes the learning of tho world. It is of London alone. I'lliiP. H.XKlsos'iy.s that the ago offish tho nation of Arabs, Who founded ItV Ishmael, the hid that llngar led Into is almost unlimited. As to the length She had no idea shu of the life of llsh it Is Mild thai t no the wilderness, was leading forth such destinies ordinary carp, If not Interfered with, Neither docs any mother. You pass would llvo about f00 years, lie says along tho street ami sco and pass boys that there nn now living in the Uoynl aril girls who will et make the cnrlh nqiimliim iu Ktissl.t several carp that qunlcp with their Inllueuee, aro known to be over two yems old and Who Is that boy at Stilton Tool, I'ly that he has ascertained, In a mouth, ling., biuvfuotoil, wading down of cases, that whales live to be vuH lilt bare t, curt old Tlio unlliiaiy guldlMi lititj Into tliu ahull nit fooUomrh upom jilcco of kIusd nut) lso K'cu liuoviii to live ovr W year, iii-m el fiil.-riggihnth-schoo- l, 1 routil-'imiicca to-da1 ln-eKvcr-lastin- gol r if rl., i M-- o 1 lleer-shel- m-- i. to-da- y u well-know- n tiuv-ma- 1 1 o itei-v'U- .!. resolution recogntelug tho independence of Cuba: Itcsolrcd, Hy tho senate and bouse of representatives, that the republic of x Cuba having established nnd maintained an independent government capable of performing those duties, forholding examining trials. eign nnd domestic, which appertain to lEcsolution providing pay for idiots lmlependenl governments and it during tho time their committees nl that their Is no longer any lowed the iuoucst period to reasonable prospect of the successful otapse. prosecution of tho war by Spain Amcndlnir Chapter Ci2. Article I, Sec- against said state, it is ex'pcillcnt and tiou 12 of the general statutes, so that proper and in conformity with tho the sheriff may summon inns of nations mid the practice of for jury service when tho panel is exthis government, in liko cases, that NEGROES SOLD. hausted. the independent political existence of Kclatlng to revenue and taxation and - llri'iight said state lm aeknow Iedged by the gov- Jim Unilf- nml lloivanlTvtii Dollars ml a n uniform system of valuation. Tvru Dollars and tpMrtrr ernment of the I'nltcd Stales. To legalize eleilions In certain grad tlfiv IVni. Hit k WakIiisoIo.s, March y--'. immediateyi (jI.amiov,. Ky., March 3 J, The sale ed common school districts. ly after the reading of the journal in of the Negroes, Jim Wade and ltufus Itcsoluttou providing that circuit the house Monday, the speaker recog- Howard, brought uu immense crowd clerks need not pay back to the state Mr. Iloutelle (rep., Maine), chair- to town Monday, nized in spite of the weath- S!i fees collected In felony cases. man of the committee on naval a Hairs, er. Chief Deputy Sheriff I'ovtcH liar-lo11111 known ns the "resident agents" who called up the bill fur the relief of K'gan the sale promptly nt t bill, which requires all lire insurance the survivors and victims of the Maino o'clock. He announced that tho sale policies written In this stato to bo disaster. would lie upon a credit of thrco written by a resident agent. Mr. Cannon, chairman of the commit- mouths, and title given for one year. The governor vetoed house bill 47(1 tee on appropriations, offered nn Howard was first offered, and, after Wednesday In cause of a glaring innc amendment to allow the surviving of- many bids.wnsboughtby W.T. curacy in tho title of tho bill. Tht ficers and men 12 months sin pay with- Adams, a fanner, for S2.2.V When Wado title Is "An act to repeal section 12. out rations in full compensation for was put up he asked that his father Is article 1, chapter 4, general statutes, losses sustained by them. This provi- sent for, but his father refused to bid which Is section 2,02i Kentucky stnt sion ho thou ght preferable to one to on him, mid Y. 1". Swnrtz, of Louis- tiles, entitled '(Juardiaii atid Ward."" Indemnify them for the losses sus ville, his owner forSi.TiO. lioth When looked up the body of the bill talncd, limited in amount to 12 months loys seemed well satisfied with the re- proposes to repeal chapter it of . Ho called sea pa-to mit, but the general opinion is that attention statutes, Instead of chapter the fact that, in the case of tho the price paid was too much. This is Chapter 4 relates to deaf and dumb Samoun disaster the compensation lit the llrst time since I MM that Negroes asylums, while section 2,02.-- 1 of each case was about the maximum. Ho have Ken sold by a sheriff In this statutes relates to guardian mid thought a provision for compensation county. The Negroes sold at that time ward, so the inconsistency makes th for actual losses might lead some of lielonged lo tho Itrudshavv estate and veto necessary. the survivors into tho temptation of brought good prices. riti.xKioiiT, hy., March 18. The s magnifying their claims. There would governor closed business for St. " IM be also this advantage in voting dijgi I, LfiJ day by vetoing the bill allowing i THE CROW SISTERS j rectly a year's sea pay. It would obKentucky insurance companies lo into Churr It hrrTlces, Kit viate delay and tho mediation of xyalkril I'roin J ill lly an Onicer, vest their burpllts in othir than Kenis. 1 TlM1 rortril Si (lrS9'n Ifl claims attorneys. Vanci.iii'1'.o, Ky , March 21. An un- tucky securities, and Mr llmtoii's bill V Tho house rejected the Cannon amend I V In j) L'r 1 li c sight was witnessed here Sunday relating to sales of real cstato to satisment, mid passtd the Maine relief bill usual morning when Squire t'lsher, accom- fy Incumbrances. Ho also sinned tho I Representative Cousins panied by Sarah and Kate Crow, who bill cliaugliiK the time of holdlnir com unanimously. made an eloquent speech announcing In the county tall here mon school trustee elections front Juno I Unit n patient mid patriotic people aro confined action, of. tlio uctgraiu to October. - 'I he result for th'o --day UV, Ul.tl the l XSSTf.Yhl tfflunWfcATncfcpf T-I'liAMtKonr, iyTiiir .March It). Tho I mid looting with intent to kill, walked va to calendar. gorornordid not havo ns much into he .Methodist church to attend Wasiu.xoto.v, March 22. Ilcprcsenta to work 011 1'riday ns ho did petitioned the live Wheeler, of Alabama, Monday in- tlio services. toThe girls had to attend Thursday, so the number of his vetoes bo allowed 'squire troduced in tho house the following church, and the land liearteil oillcer decreased Friday to four and his ap resolution: could not refuse them, himself uctlng provals to one. Tho Covington nml Newport members of the that a Joint committee. rnnsiMIni: us their escort. Tin:icnAiiSAnaEAND HNE8 0F TIinTWINUNITKnBTATr-- S of tho senate, to tie. i"Kesi)ltetl. will bo gicatly disapt olnted ovcrKii "" Till: KENTUCKY, TO UK LAUNCHED MAHCII U. anj seven members Tomtit CneoniiriotiN anii Dyinjr day's work, as ho vetoed House Hills ol the hull,", to lie nppolnteu by tlio sieukcr, Waiio.x, Ky., March 21. Mary li 2:14 and 21$. Tho first 1111 mod wns for ' becrcttol toconidiler tho question ol our rela- reached the executive authorities In mere.v of rumors propagated by word tinni Kitti Spain. Kroxlnj; out of Ilia Cuban Steiiiliauser, wife of John Steiiihauser, the benefit of incorporated districts or Washington as yet. At the same time it f luuiith or the po-- t, which ia much question Thnt all mossapes heretofore re- - of Morning View, Ky., started to a other municipalities not hcrctoforu crlvtsl or which may hereafter bo received neighbor's house Saturday night, but assigned to any class of towns, and is a noticeable fact that tho current of ,i irvi. the prcsldrnirrfrrrliis to thl. question The Liberal says that on Saturday l' to follow-tha- t never reached there. Not returning was intended for the special benefit bf ofllcial opinion is referred lo said committee. hundred telegraph and tele- of tho utiotllelal opinion expressThat HuilusnamllKe he nulhnrlznl tosrr.il hi me. searching parties scoured the Milldale, in Kenton county. ed so positively and nt phone messages were stopped by the for iiersons ami papers, to lake rvldence nml comiuiiutty at daylight. Nothing but The reason assigned for the veto was to administer oaths to wlinesscs Tlist said pit cis of her dress were found. All) that it was contrary to section SO of Havana and Kev West that the press censor 111 Madrid and The government's action has caus.il ".minllleebciiuthoricl toem,ovaclerk. cause of the explosion was exoclccd Sunday morning .Mrs. atein- - thq constitution, which provides for one usNtant, a stenographer nnd n profound scusatlon, not only in Mad- - am, ,hat Hat.t committee ternal to the battle ship. with as littlo liatiser was found unconscious two local legislation, ami that the statute high lu the administration rnl but throughout tho provinces, j delay as pos,lbl- - the true rondiliiuis vthlch miles from home, her arm broken and already provides a method for organiz Monday that while they were Lu liiiisterial newspaper, the Lile prevail la Cuba, what portion nf the Sp.in- - her clothes torn from her body, l'oul ing such districts. No. 2 is is an act lo btitt-h"',"n U1H'" t lav is uspected, and there is Intense provide for the creation and govern wholly without exact Information lis iral siileswIO.tbnmnjorityoftheprtss I collected ? In the Island tho protection to the llndings of the court of inquiry in censuring vigorously a measure ccn t0 Amctlem ment of suburban districts near seconand American d-class covern- they found themselves sharing in tho which It says Is calculated to increase . interests la thstlslaad by the cities, and was especially In Poller ,ludi;e OiMtttl. meat and apparently intangible conviction that tlie national anxiety, lieeausj most Inml nfrm-ltl- the truth reiranlliu the Inhumanities tended for Highlands, iu Campliell I'Ai.NT.svii.i.h, Ky., March 21. A war ., , , -- "- u it let, hin, ,Tin Innnr L n nul ,T the cause of tho explooior, was not ac- ls nine sin mise mat tne relations i eili-rant was issued l'rhlay from Justice county. It was vetoed for exactly tho through and other sources cidental. Opinions expressed by the Man sp.tln and the I'liitcd States The committee will recommend to ronj-rrHall fur the arrest of I. 11. Canard, same reason given for vetoing No. 254. in- - what action should lie taken by this body Tho Maine survivors who reached here hate got into n very critical stage House bill 212, providing that no pullce judge of the town of raiatsvllle. authority to report nt last Sfttur.laj doubtless has con- (!cd when u lllieral cabinet decides to committee ' shall have Thu warrant charged tiiii.trd with contract shall be made to pay a debt any time. K- more rigorous with tho press than tributed largely to this view lu ofIt Iriiukenucss while in thu discharge of In gold money, was vetoed, llcial circles. In this connection it was ( auovus mid momj than tho reDR. GEORGE POWELL, his ofilcial duty. Ho sent In his roslg JJs contrary to the United States con is understood thnt one of the in uonnry ralnnets of lis! and 1N3. stitution nnd laws enacted as to cur v III ti Crotar, Vt Ik., Accepts the I'liallrlite. liition to the town board, who who arrit eil on Saturday stated, Nt iv Ytuih, March 22. A loat load ol Issiif-accepted It nnd proeteded to rency iu pursuance thereof. to Senator Mason by llaron lit. Ho also vetoed houso bill 200, tu not as opinion, but as his personal ob- wider and supplies which was as-In 11 s Mead. lill tlie vacancy by appointing lion. W. servation on the night of the disaster, amend nn net relating to fees, so that Wi.so.XA, Minn., March 23. In re- II. Yuughaii. rted to have come from l'ort Seliuy-1- , that there were twodistliiet explosions. clerks, commissioners, receivers, exr up the Sound has been landed on sponse to the challenge of llaron Are (Irouiidlr.it. 1 hrlr The tendency of this is to support tlio tne pier at (Jovcraor's Island. lS.irrels aminers and sheriffs of Louisville marquis of Allavllln, Madrid, rilANhFoUT, Ky., March 21. The theory of external cause, as thin is nml boxes and cans, evidently shall report to tho state auditor once n Spain, to fight n duel with Senator of tho l'rankfort penltelitlary year, instead of monthly, because it based on the idea thai tin first exterkinds of explosives, wire Mason, ot Illinois, for tho latter's ut nal explosion was followed by a second r iced on tlie cud of the whnrf nnd terances In the I'nltcd States senate, have been badly frightened for Hie will operate to increase the salaries of , ircfiillv entered with tarpaulins. No Dr. (ieorge l'owell, of La Crosse, has past few days over the iilarinlng symp- - the ulllcers mentiomd internal explosion Therefore It Is of L)lu . loins, oi :t couviei icceiuiy sent up in ronlllct vvitli section 101 of tlio conWahiiinotos,.. March Ui It can be information was given as to what is to eabled the follow from Laurel county, which is neur the stitution. challenge In Mnsons stead: stated positively and authoritatively U done with them. The only bill he approved I'rlilay rifles and two eight-- I our in il.trnn r.ir.imn. .M..iirin min I nrnuirii smallpox district. He has been carethat the report of the court of In. vou ill rilles, which have lwen tested nt the press dispatches I am informed th.itcom- - ' lullv watched, and now the physicians was the one known as tho "osteopath quiry on the Maine disaster had ave positive the disease is not small-ba- t bill." which provides that all phynot lieen reieivcd up to noon Monday. tin- Sandy Hook proving grounds, will havefor vrords spoken In defense of mortal hU isisitlon ' lO.X, , .,. sicians or healers who w Ish to practice I... ,. rt,......ln.. carried by the schooner Daisy nh.l .!,.- - ..(... From the same iitithoritatlvo source . .,11, I,, ,,- - ,1,1, 111,',, HI VI ,11V ,,, IW, l,,l' C.ipllivllird a I t;t,ooo,0(in, their profession in this state shall first it can W stated that the present of- n, which will sail for Key West some rlnlcsof Ills country, uud Its people. In the II Unlust states, with usual Sp nuh generosity l'n vxki'oKI, Ky., March 22. Articles bo examined nnd granted a license by llcial information is that the report is t me l Uis vteelc. 'eoiisolidatlng the (ireat Southern Tel- - the statu board of health. The presiW'i rkinen are busy at the pier on cicfiinB your oh n weapon. not likely to bo hero lieforo next Thursday or 1'riday. It is a material change river preparing to load these ."'"I Telephone eouipany ,,nd dent of tho state oard of health from the expectation prior to this j mis and anchor them to tho deck of In the unlkxot a en, Illation which has but Cumberland Telegraph and Telephone agreed, however, to examine the osteoarms, at eiuiqiauy under the name of the Oreat paths only in such branches ns taught-itime. The cause of the delay Is not t j schooner. Thu larger pieces weigh poorly lilted him lo meet a bull) nt and nun lndorcs the obore who has their colleges, nnd this probably III known, but It is assumed that tho con- : Ions ench mid tho smaller ones 1C jection bin admirednnd patrlotl-- of Senator Southern nnd Cumlierland Telegraph uord lluenccd tho governor to sign tho bill. us each and tho utmost care will le Maon, 1. a tdutnstnan.il westerner ono ot n and Tolephono company, with headclusions of the court aro not jetlu olltsry (iris Ms such exact form as to warrant their exercised In placing them so that they class known ns typical American, typlc.il be quarters at llopklusvllle, Ky., were cause It holds prim Iple us patriotism, above ll'nl with the secretary of state Monwill not prove too heavy for tho f NhviroltT, Ky., March 22. l'or tho earlier pnscntatlon here. price tH'canto ll believes that murder In the day. Capital stock w recking of the l'lrst national bank, The governinenthas made no fiirtln r should a storm strike It, pain lor wun While it is stated that these guns are llrst degree trun nul be challenge nnd iroiti Thomas 1!. pun liases of warships, but its negotiaof Newport, A Haiti of Sulphur. namo our henby tions lu that lino have been prodiutive to Iki lauded at Key West for tho forti- the army pistol, the old 41 thenrenn ot civ Mr. Vkhmi.n, Ky., March 2.'. A sul Youtsey was sentenced Monday by the instrtimcnt tilth which the Ameriof at least one Important result, name- fications there, It IsUdleved hero that phur rain fell early Monday morning. Judge Tuft's court in Covington to pioneer measured justice to nssasslons; ly, in establishing that unless the bat soinu of lliein will find their way to can Mhileearnesil) assuring ou und nil your and the ground was found to bo cov serve six j ears In the Ohio penitentiary nnd ticbhip (Jen. O'lllggins becomes tin Dry Tortugas, which Is being fortified kind that thousand of mtn of mv ttpo stand ered vvllh stuff that not only resem- and pay tho costs of prosecution. Yout property of the I'nltcd States it wil for mi advanced naval station. ready to step In my trai ks nnd pick up my pls-l- bled tlio clement, but burned and gave sey's conviction was upon i'.t counts, If It hould full Other guns nro soon to bo sent south slnterrlr thnnk the out tho fumes. The phenomenon is re- charging embezzlement, and Jiutgo not be sold at all. Spain, it is con jear lldently asserted, will not Is) able from the W'utcrvllet arsenal, and fi i riprerentatlte nf u thousand lire tho of In ported fiom several parts of tho coun- Tn ft found there had been 10 distinct shot In to scenic this war vessel, inn tho first time the strategic value of the revenue for thoopHrtunlty sailors, who fed the ty, and the superstitious of Kockc.istle violations of tho United suites bankfor the yankee A motion for u new trial well known inside water route will le sharks In llauina h.tv tire her chances any better county consider It sure harbinger of ing laws. us good as those of tho Ihiitcd stalo tested. (Sli;nd) (ItoiiuKK. 1'oitKl.u was overruled. war. Colored Soldier Nrrdnl. Vt niter tlnlns 1'itriliiiieil, 'loHgiHe till ml. dr. lilliil. A Crisis itt Madrid. Hurry tlrilrm Ittcelvrtl. MiiNinovii.iiY, Ala., March 22. Lev. Oiti.Misvu.i.t.', Ivy., .March 21. "Dr. II. I'll iMiHiur, Ky., Mureh 10. (ov. iJvsTov, l'a., Murcn 22. The Alpha Maiuiiii. March 22. Mr. MiicArthur, 1'ortland Cement Co.. of WhltaUer, N Stokes, In a sermon to his, the largest first secretary of tho United States le- II. Lewis, president of the Salt Lick Ilradley purdoiicd Walter Ooins, ono of J., received orders Monday to hurr Negro congregation lu the south, sajs gation, left Monday evening for Wash- turnpike, made application to Judge- the Franklin county election raiders. war'wlth Spain Is Inevitable, mid that ington. Tho belief is that matters Kamsev for guards for the (livings- Cuius was charged with being ncccs fi 'I neili-rthe Wfirl. mi lt!l cement. The cement Is to Ihi shipp.'l "ory Negro In the south must enlist have reached a crisis here, and that he ville and Salt Lick turnpike. This is Miry to thu murder of Deputy sheriffto southern points. The works of tin Do promises the southern Negroes will bears .important documents to the the ike on which the tollhouse was Dcakins, but the prtsif was that D.akcompany will operate day and night do most o( the lighting, us the liibnu American government demonstrating iljiiumitfd it feu nights since. Judgo Inswas killed by i'r.ink Hubert, who fevers don't attack them wus In turn killed by tho posse. the necessity of choosing immediately Kauisey gianted tho guards, until tho ortlers aro completed trouble Is feared. between niitoiioint and war. main nt .Inmlliin III). 1'lllal Slrnke of l.lt; litilluc (inn CiirhtKi-- i for Dry Tortm-u- t. II il,;' lln.l) later ill) Cooktd, Da.xvii.m:, Ky., March 10. W, S. Siir.i.iiYVii.i.K, Nl.W Voiik, Match 21 The I.tciunir liul, March 22 Nun- - Cists of siuiiit, The O , March Si M sn.i ox, Ky March 21. Tuttlo's drug store at Junction City World says: The government has char Lightning struck tho residence) of MarNiciioi.asv 11.1 r iluuglitiT of Joseph Hug Is There aro nine cases of smallpox re- - binned at 1 o'clock Friday morning. tered the schooner James l'aiil to cam tin Davis, lu Marietta, passed down to Key West gun carriages nggreg.it the chimney through the stove and lute dying. She fell into a tub filled with pmted altogether at Itlehmoiid ami Tho building was owned by Juipor ,vl lug lu weight 105,000 pounds. Intcndm tho lap of Mrs Davis, who was fatally boiling water ami here holy was liter- Nliholasville. The b ar I of health surber. Itisitraneo SiMX) on stock, ally ft oked. for the fortifications at Dry Tortugas Injured. will lake steps at unco to quarantine. SI, 200 on building. rbh I orilolil lit r Death. Thought tlm N,tiiUrd Mini Aflt-- llliu. I.iri-- " lohite At tt.ii-r- . TrlllJl 111- People l" 22 -- III it I'lrr. Clnthiiiall, W lliulni-to- n and Caution at 1'iro early LotJisvil.il., K)., March V!.'. Ocorgi Him:, Mont., March Lorisvil.l.r, Ivy., March UI. Mrs. Vaih: Vikw, Kj Ma eh 10. Tho Kingston, Jamaica, March "J2. 'llu Iv'llig, a coluied employo of I. Mar.x't Monday, deslroved tho Hale house, a Cl.im.ii', a Splrituali.st toll Mis. , I. II. outlook for llu lurgtst neretwo of to three-storbuilding used as a Fleming, of 1721 I'luytl street, lllls city, L'nitcd Slates fruiter Cincinnati m hide ntore, Is it Cub.tn sjtiip.ithiner, large biuco ever planted In thu fypl on la rived Mo'iday morning lit Tort An and has been thinking over th war boarding and lodging house form, n Thursdav afternoon thnt her mother, manifest by tho increased number uf copper Mrs. S. A. Van Arsdate, was trolug to Anaconda tonio f i, im ll.trh.ulocs, mid the I'mtnl question, Sunday, while ill won,, he employed lu tho toli.ieco Iftls being sown, tliero being States gunboats Wilmington and ins became, suddenly Insane and limii.ined mines. Of the loo ociupaiils many lire die Fridnv evening I he latter was more already sow iu this section than from various in- then in gool health, and Mrs, I leinlng, tine renehiil tho same port shortH a force of Spaulaids was after 1dm. in hospitals suffering was ever sown iu one season. afterward from St. I.uclns, The three He was arrested nnd will bo tried for juries and lUl haw failed to show up al ol course, tlid not believe tho mciliuin. Coiiililiiallon Cult e s , tho mines. It in cat hunted that tit least However, when she arrived home she wu ships urn coaling. Uliney. found that her mother hnd lieen taken 2. have perished. . liiUAiuninovo, Ky., March 10, The i h l lull. A l!i'j' I'u MHII It Tent,, fur Mietllxii I'alli-iilMrs. Van with serious Illness. farmers of this uuiuty have ,'n ranged Marsii.iok, ()., March 2'.'. Joseph slltrr (IoIiir lo i:urop-- , ViiA.MvKoiir, Ky., Mureli 2i liov. Ai'sil.ile died Friday evening, lis pre.N'MV Yoiik, Mnrch 22. The stcnui-shifor a lomhlniitloii sale of catllo lo bu Ilrudley Monday scut state militia I'lshnlct, ugctl 15 yearn, residing north dicted. will l.nlin. sailing for lhiropi Ttics-tlay- . tents to .Mlddlesboio and Ulchinoiid to 'I town, fell from u graimry ami a Yoiiii. lint, 1.10U lield at seiitnu Miuclil.i. Thuio Cm tint Nnv will take out 1,00,104 ounces q rluircliis w lililii Its Hmltr, niul iivec be flip siile UtO hir'h gi'll'lo patllc, q' low bourn Inter died- - (rum a frauHiiyd us huu leu h" smallpos paticiitb be d 'IvUll, sllivr (vrcilt""i'' lilrflivPl Vlii'K'p. ami misihi".s llOUbVb. VuVlvvv- dui'llln ' p Inrlilililti, thr rrr.lilent. Wahjiimito.v, Mnrch 2A Tlio , lro-- j , Nkw Yoiik, March 2J. A dispatch to creiluro in connection vmii mo nu.o, the World from Jlndrhl says; mission of the report of tho Mnlne. Instructions have been given since court of Inquiry by tho president tc trmoy mgfii to tho press censor to congress; Is now' clearly outlined, ami ajtlop nil foreign nml dotnexti le ltri cabinet ofllccr explained tho general klegrnms ami even telephone mes line of action nt present Intended'to uges containing news tinpalntahlo to 1st pursued upon receipt of tho report? tie government, rnnuthorlzcd details to reach WnslitntrCort' M naval and military preparations, of which next Thursdny. A copy will lm laid IjjsW lio movements of war vessels, pnrtlcu '.lltrty of the Hying squadron; of tho lore the Spanish government very i ly, mid as soon as can bo consistently 01 rcvseis or wnr ami stores s Imj M;nt to done tho report will rtroad are especially Interdicted. mid to made public at tho sitriri Hitherto no.step had lieen tnken to time. Tho report to congress wlll'be' thq Madrid press from accompanied by a message froirClha frequent nnd abundant in president, stutlng that after rccclMpg furmatlon. The same press censor will tho rejMirt tho conclusions were laid, telegrams sent from Madrid licforu. the Spanish srovornment and H k newspapers In America. Kmrlr.nd l irvpruivu, "u'U'roiiiinni,rfciMU-lrv4trunee wlien .lliej', qontaliiivw . ,, '.r-Him- - r liMirKiucii is oecmen iikoiv i no ) ho pari oi rcori and no intlmntlon of tho findings has) Therefore the people now arc nt tho f!,k.Miiianltlui lii C'onurr.s lijr Cepr Will lie I.shl m Ciim. tlm PponUb tlll Iltf fttnt KnrrlRii hiiiI lliimr.llc 1'rrsi TrlrCrmn, t'linUliiliiK Srn l'iilatalio s,, 11 -- lse-iiieet- tari-uast- foa-gros- pub-Uhl- ". lxtop i (ari. uj'crnu six torpedo bont destroyers. The committee had a long session Monday giving ilnnl touches to the bill but there wns no slgnlllcnnt change made, tlio important Items standing ns heretofore announced. The bill may be brought up In tho house Wednesdny. Hepresentullva Klnu. of Utah, in- troauciaiaOIMtBygxtM-Hvltu-wilnf'fJutn- ami 37,lli,()uu. Wasiiim.to.s;, .Mnrch 33. Thu hotiso ;omm!ttoo on naval affairs completed the naval appropriation hill Monday afternoon and It will lm reported to tho house Tuesday, While tho footings of the various Items worn not completed when the committee adjourned, the bill Is roughly calculated as carrying lietwcun 8.10,000,000 and S 17,000,000, of which about es,000.000 will 1ki expended on this year's work on the thrco new battleships, six torpedo boats and Ctrrlm llelwrcu Aiiriirlsllfin cfiZStrCCZCZZCGGG itiCC e C.t.CZGC rrtCGtiCiCCCZe tH Z- CZG eCZGCClp lllll-.Mr- ,. 3U,oim,lillO 5TATE ODDS AND ENDS. Ji-3 3-- 3 3 3 BLOODY BATTLE In llnrlnn 1'IM.vii.l.K, Ky, Match t!i One of tho bloodiest battles ever fought in the Kentucky mountains took place .Sunday afternoon on I'uckctt's creek, lu Harlan county, nliout 10 miles from this place, iu which three men were kilted and two Injured. The killed are: Thnd Sncllltik's .loslah I.crov and Wes Taj-lor- . They were at n neighbor's house drluklni, when a aroso ounrrel between hnelUnss A tl ls.ll m.iu r m.k.1m Tl lJrr ttV k. tlio first" shot' but missing. Taylor then opened tiro killing cmclllngs. Lcroy had lecn nt tho stable, but hearing the shooting, rushed to Sncll-ing- s l'inding him dead, ho defense. opened lire on Taylor, both shooting ihout the same time. When the fracas was over both were found to K stretched on tho ground dead. Two men were wounded by stray bullets, but will recover. The shooting Is said lo be tho outcome of an old grudge which existed botweeu the b'uellings and the Taylors. 1 In Which Thrf-It err Klllrd nml Tito Injiirril. County, Sim VETOING BILLS. Mm, nrr- hiuI Hrtldent Auriit Insurance Lau (l.i-ea Ur.ttli 111. or. TiiAMst'oiiT, Ky March 17. Gov. Ilrudley wns hard at work all day ex. omlnlng bills, and be evidently hnd hit veto machine In fine working tinier, in he knocked out nlmovt us many bills 113 he approved. Among thu first that ho vetoetl Wednesday afternoon was ono that will bring sorrow to tho hearts ol the 0,000 bicyclists In Kentucky. It be- ine the Irncev tall Tvittilrlmz railroads other bills vetoed ItediicMlnv nro n.sBi follows: IVovhlinc that lu appeal mar bo taken to tho court of appeal) iu liabut corpus cases. Ilcqulring that police Judges In cities shall receive pay for II eyrie II.1CK.K U1tr.SiA.i..,uVI(MIsS'tl"t tt. :i a si fivc-ve- L-- L .y X live-ce- '.ui! Ken-tuek- y I'at-rick'- i s 1 ml v I ...--..- . J 1 racist-niter- . J .., .,..,.. e ; senil-enlcl- olll-ce- Inline-diatcl- s olll-chi- contain-in.-variou- s I ten-inc- h .. -t XZr .u't-ip1 W 1 . i 11 s 1 y 11 ,1,-- 11 1 - IJ . k"" 7Sft 3..? mitrmmmmr' "" Umiiim? 3t r,"" .- mmami'rTrri,TrKrtTi'-iirrTrwrr- -I. 1- -1 .. iii.Mj.jiiq.ji-.J..?.'.-)i.- t i,tJ'M MLgSlTfilfc '&&; c t tl ' ?AaBs 1,V M!jL&Ptt&l?d22tttffi .JlvffsSln -i - - ?IHcii iilUStTZfHn twbvk ' iu Wiru i f t it : .1 I't.stfi is llS, . , , "' i JS.',slV ' lu, 'J . 'i .. it I'i.-'A- .' M ' ''V1..i? : Trfw t5-L- .liK. i' - ;- - WV---J- ..! 9KTTA ft M diKkH. ., .IWfl,. ,lPgl lt 5ji 3L . " .B r"Cfj ., - s . IIP ' ? f ,n JOB KE1TKESS I HE HICKMAN COURIER. Vubllnhed ICrcry Friday by VJEORGE ' He WARREN, Oil-- Blokmaa, Kentucky. Jtckkoa Slrt.l Mil or to ; JUI1 r to THE HIOKMfN 1850. ",n" plow. Ii COURIER 25, 1898. FINE PRINTING AND DISPATCH. ZCXXCOUTJCD if WITH SALE DILLS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETQ CAXiX. A.KT) BICE: VS. c ooc - I BOKO R WAURKN. t t Editor JlMC. WKAItN. I Assistant Killtor TDK OLDEST NEW8PAMJ IX WESTERN KENTUCKY. ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, I'rlco of BubHcrltlon fl.Od T1IK,)UUUNKY0FIAGA1, "cro KSTAISLISHED ' niakt ( HICKMAN, FULTON COUNT.$vV., FRIDAY, MARCH pain-struck- VOL. XXXIII. NO. btC5-c-- 18. tc-- ? ho lifts It, bleeding nnd a That wound In tho foot decide thnlliu fashioned to miiko a lo n.ilculitry In liln life, decides that ho limn Wild Ulunscl, Throuch tho Deleft and constitution. Tliu nmn who make ho ii student, 'I'liut wound hy the glass U Just iin honorable as tliu In tho foot decide1! tlio plow that hu shall tlio Lesson It Toachos. limn who makes tliu coiutltiitlt.il, ha .lohn Kitto, who shnll pro Tlicru Is a woman who wa to vldo thu Lest religious cnoyclopc-ill- n tho world linn cvor had rrxitinrr, Weary anil TMrilj Alirahatn'. fnihloii n roW, nml yonder In onu In Ncrvanl l.iMil-n- l i tended to he a quc.ii mid wear I U It and, with hU other urltlns ftr . Intrre.tliig I'ouimI seems to niu thut In thu ono enso lit In im well, throwing a light upon tliu ljr Hui.TmIim.c- -, I. II. tho other, liod appoints tlio nphoro, Word of (Jod such as has como from no und tho ticci'lc is Jmt ns rcspictnhlo other man Inthlseoiitury. Oh, mother, Dr. Tnlinngo'a sermon Sunday was In Illn sight ii . lint scepter. I ito not mother, that Ilttlu hand that wnniler.t U! lien., Ami Cod opened her know hut thai tho world would long over your face may yet lo II fled to hurl and alio saw u well of u liter j und ago have Urn sated If some (if tin) thtindcrtiolti of war or iliop .hu went mill filled tliu bottlo with ini'ii out of the ministry imtu In It, ami tluiikl That llttlo vuleo may hl.if vuilor nml gave tlio l.ul drink." miiiio of those who nro In It wertt out phemo tlol In tlio grogshop or f it. I really think Hint Morning break upon f thu cry "I orwnnir to tho lord's host U'hurn Is an curly ntlr In tho house of , world may W divided Into two ijunr- - as they (o out for their Inst lclory. idd Ahrnhnm. '1 hero has hrcn trouhlu tcrs thoso who linvu not found their ' My mind this iiinrnlnp leans yj in........ ,i... itomestlcs. Ilagnr, an at-- '...i t phere, und thow wliohnvlnir found It, lycam nhead. and I kco a kiktiint In tint household, nnd her win, ' nro not wllllui; to stny there. How prlneo of New York. Una stroliii n lirlslc lad of 10 ycar, hato liecoino many nru strutrirliuir for a ihmIiIoii of his pen brings a klilp out of Canton, linpuilent nml liikolciit, nml bnrnl llttlo hluher tlmii thnt which Ood In Autithurntrokn of IiUim-i- i hrlmrs a Mi In .. II t... tho mistrust of tho household, puts her tended hetll. 'Ill" WliUw.imnn i Itjui..l..). l, There Med l THE BOARD'S REPORT. A Cnpr Will oil lli.Ti.iiint-A- In lis lp.n pro-Tide- d, Smnrl.ti-ui.mImi- .., one-hal- '.... . iiiori-liiui- rynmlW5himtrfrflTir'rW-TraAnm Ilil.v ... lifiHIni, ni i.ii.i ..,. Intr M.rvniit nnd herwui will to long nnd nens .lew.lato pluceN ii mo Hiuuiiess oi nis i,earvBis iiimiii .iihiii up mimic urcai mm a ikiiiiu Willi water In 11. It l it scry plain lunch that Abriiham provliles, hut I warrant you there, would have hern lil llu-gar- ....j .. i... iiumiiiiui, rv...K thu JourneyI. Ivfore that A .!.-.- Ikhmnel, thu Uiy, I kiipMive, Ixiuudeil invity In thj morning light llovs nl-- ) s like a change. I'mir Uhmuel! lie has no Idea of the dUiu.l;r that are uliead iif him. Ilugar gives onu long, lingering Itnik on tho familiar place, wlioru shu had kent mi many happy ilaK, each uskoclatiil with tliu prldo nnd Joy of her heart, jouug Isli-nue- l. enough of It had they nut lost their tiny. "(Jod Ihi with your kald old , Abraham, as lie gate thu lunch to nml a good many charges ns to how khu khould conduct tho Journoy 1 , Tho krorehlng noon romes on. The nlr la ktllllu nml motea ncrots tho ilvkert with iiuulter.ililo hti(T.viilinii Ishmael. tho Ihv, hoglns to complain ntd lies dottn, hut llngar rousos him tip, k.sylug iiulhlu ulHiut hrr ouu wenrluuss or tho avtelterlng heal; for mothers ran endure mi) thing Trudge, trudge, trudge. Crosdng thudead letol of tha di'Mrt, how wearily mid ktowly the iiillra klip! A tamarind thatkeemed hours ugii to stand only Just a little nhead, inviting trntclera tiuwino under Its shadow, now Is ns fnrolT as evtr, or ki'cmlngly ko. Night dn)i upon the !!.nv-le- . ilewrt, nnd tho trnrvders nro Ikhuiarl, tery weary, I supposo. Instantly fnlls Bklrep. Ilagar, us tho hhaduwk of the night U'gln to lap oter Ilagar hugs her weary Uni licit other to her bosom and thinks of the fncl that It Is her fault that they arc In tho desert. A star look out.uud ever fallA ing tear Is kled n III) it sparkle. wing of wind niiiirs over the hoi earth kiid ll(t tlio looks from thu fevered brow of the boy. Ilagar slieps lllfully mnl In her own ilnams travels over th wiajriv.ilat', aud,. tnnliy rrjlng Mil tn licr kfeep, 1'ikh mnell Ishmni'l!'' And wi they go on day nfter day and night after night, for they hate lost their way No path In, tho khlfting MtiiU) no sign In the hunting sUy. Tho kick t uipty of Hour; the water lime from the bottle What shall she do? As he puts her fainting Uhmael tinder n ktunted shrub of tho arid tho bloodshot r)C, feels plnlu, khe the hot IiiiiiiI. ami wntches tho blood liiirotlng from the untuked tongue, and there is a shriek In tho desert of "We shall dlol Wo khi.ll .UoP Now. no mother was ever mide strong enough tohenrher koucry In vain for-drink. Ilerelofom sho hnd cheeretl her Niy by promising a heedy end of the Journey, nml even smiled upon him wlteti sho felt desperately enough Now the re Is nothing to do but place blut tinder it shrub ami let him ha I thought alio. Mio th.tt she would all thure. nnd watch until the spirit of her Ixt.V would go away for iter, mid then sho would breathe out her own lifo on his silent heart; hut ns tho Niy hogln to elnw- his touguo In iigouy of thirst und struggle. In distortion, ami lHgs his mother to slay him, kho cm i not ouduro thu nx'ct.iclc. Mie puts hint under a shrub nml goes oft a lion shot, and Uglns to weep until nil tho dwerl seems sobbing, nnd her cry ktrlkus clear through thu heatensj nnd an angel of n! coiura out on a cloud, and looks down upon tho appalling grlf mid cries: "Ilagar, what ulleth tlusi?" She looks 11)1 und sho sees the Angel pointing to n well of water, where hhu litis tho lottlo for tint lad. '1 hank Coll 'lhank Cod! I learn from this oriental scene, In thu llrst place, what it sad thing It Is when pcopto do not know- - tht-lplaeo and get Uo proud for tliulr business! Ilngiu was an assistant lit that hutiKohoh!, but sho wanted to ruin there, LMio rldleuled und Jeered until hur ton, Ishmae), got tho kiitnu trlrUs. dakhed nut hor own happiness and threw Sar.th Into u groat fret; nnd If kho hnd stayed much longer In that household she would lime upset culm Abraham's equilibrium. My friends, ouedinlf of tho trouble In thu world today romcH from thu fret that pooplo do not know their place, or, llndlng their place, will not tny In It. When ti: comu Into the world thero Is nlwnya l pi iu ii ready for us. A pluce for Ahra-l.iiiA plaeo for A plneu for .Sarah. llagur. A plaeo for Ishmnul. A plncu for you nnd a plaeo for me. Our llrst duly la to Und our sphere; our second ! to keep lU Wo uiny Ikj born in it sphere, fur off from thu ono for which OimI finally Intends us. Six-tu- s V. was liorn on thu low ground God called nnd was a swineherd; I'erguson him up to wnvo n kceptor. spent his enrly dityn In looking alter sheup; (hxl culled him up to look uftcr stars and le n shepherd watching "'" Hocks of light on tho hillsides of heaven. Hogarth begun by cngritvlug pouter pots; Uoil raised him to stand In thu enchanted realm of it painter. Tho shoemaker's bench -hjlf-Mukli- ry lteer-khobr held llloomlleld for it little while; but liihl raised him to hit In thu chair of u philosopher and Christian scholar. Tho soap holler of Loudon could not keep IiIh sou In that business, for Hod laid decided that Hum ley tvns to bo ono of tho greatest astronomers of Ung-lann On tho other hand wo may bo born in sphero n llttlo higher thnn that for width Hod Intoiult us. Wo may bo Ik a In it ensile, and play In a costly high-breconservatory, nml feed pointers, nnd unglo for gold fish In iirtitlelal ponds, and ho familiar with thu princess; yet tlod uiny better linve fitted u for a cnrK'ntur'ashop, or dentist's- forceps, or n weaver's shuttle, or n blacksmith's forgo. Thu great thing Is to Hnd just thu sphoro for which HoJ ,,V..iidid us. and tliuit to occupy that ipiim', nuil wci'iv (l forever, d LJ1 kM M ..!. inm dfc IiUTi I'lliff I MNM n H iillinaV'irilagakaBaBamiiJIii. n i of a watch he? lie hits ..ii . h.,hl...tl. i...i,i . . II "1. - ...t..lt.. ".nrui. .ireiiuniff us ifoiucu cniireii, .si y lulnil..leaps JIO years I.. . i iTi.uiiiuii pathway wants to Ui tho Imlnnce- - j ward fn.m this time, und I liii.l myself whiel. nml tho sp.irrow with chagrin In a ndinf association. A great multi-ver- y drops Into the hrm.k It can tude of thristlan women hato met to- not, Ml.u thu tuglo, cut n circle under j gethcr fur a generous purpose. tin Mill. In thut rntn' t Thero Is one in the iinls army wo nil wantlolK) who seems to Into tho coulldcneo brigadier generals! Thu sloop Niys: of nil the others, nnd they ull ".More mast, more tonnage, moro can-- ( look up to her for counsel nnd ins. Oh. that I were a toialUchoon- - fur her prayers. Who is she? This er, orn brig, or a Cunnrd afternoon von will llml her In thoSuli. steamer!" And so the world Is filled while the teacher tells her with erics of discontent, wo that Christ, who clothed tho nuked, are not willing to stay In the place nnd fed the hungry, mid healed tho where (iisl put us mid Intruded us to sick. My mind leaps forward SO years ls My friends, lm not too proud to from now, mid 1 llml myself iu an Afrido anything txid tells jou lodo;for the t-mi Jungle, and them Is n mlstiounry . of n right lloiltloii In this re- of tho cross addressing the unlives, and spect the world Isstrettn with wonder- their dusky countenances aro Irradl-ating llngnra and Hhmaels. (hst has with thu glad tidings of great git en each ono of us a work to do. joy and kaltntlon. Who is hu? Did You carry a scuttle of coal up that you not hear his tolco today lu tho ilnrk alley. You distribute that Chris- .inning song of your church service? tian tract. You give $10,000 to tho My mind Imps forward 0 years from missionary cause. You for H jears now, nud I llml m.tsclf looking through sit with chronic thcumutkm, display- thu w.ckcilucss of a prison. I wo it ing tho of ( hrlstl.tu submisfaco kcarred with every crime. Ills sion Whateter tlod calls jou to, chin tin his ojk'ii .palm, his ellsnv on w hither It win hissing or huzza; his knit a picture of iltHpalr. As I whether to walk under triumphal iieii the wit hot he starts, and I hear arch or lift tho sot out of Hie ditch; his chain clank. Thu r tells whether ll c to preach on n I'cntceosl mo that ho has Ih'CH iu there three or till komo wanderer of the street times-llr- st for theft, then fornrsou, of the merey of the Christ of Mary and now for murder. He steps iiiu Magdalene; whether II Ui to weave m the trap door, I., fusli ned to garland for a laughing child on a his nick, the plank fnlls, his Usle tprlug morning nml her it Mary swings In tho nlr, his soul aw lugs off Qui eli. or to comb out the tangled Into eternity. Who Is h , und w hero Is IimhS of it waif of the street Hnd cut up he? Thts uflcriiiKiu plnjlng bite on ono of jour old dresses to III her out tho city commons. Mother, you ore now for the sanctuary -- do It, nnd do It hoisting a throne or forging n ohnln; and do It right nn ay. Whether It Ui you nro Kindling u star or digging n g a crown or joke, do not lid got. duugtou. honors iimiii Uiom- - whodo their A Christian mother a goo I ninny work, and do their whole work, mid ago snt tenchlu,- - lesson of arc contented In the sphere in which to her child, and ho drank iu dod has put them; while thero is wan- those Irwins. Mia never knew Ih-t- l dering, mid exile, and desolation, mid l.amphler would couio forth nud estabwilderness for discontented Ilagar nnd lish tho Kulton-stree- t prayer iu 'otlng, Uhmael. nnd by una meeting re,volutlonlx i thu Again, I llml In this Oriental scetio n devotions of thu wholo earth nud thrill lesson of sympathy with woman when tho clcrultlcn with his Christian lullu- ! lu mm i"uiili,iru.lifliiliiatl". ..wwIhiw ..,! Ifaw'SU NSw ihal a great change it in for this who brought him to Jesus Christ. She llngar! Thero was tho tent, and nil never had mi Idea that kho wns leading the surroundings of Abraham's house, forth such destinies. tint oh, 1snullful mid luxurious, no doubt. when I keo n mother ricklcs Nou kho Is going out into the hot of her Influence, rattling on toward sands of thu drsvrU Oh, what u change destruction, garlanded for the &a:ri lice llwas' And lu our day wa often kco with unseemly mlrlh and godlessness, the wheel of fortune turn. Hero In dancing on down to perdition, taking koine one who lltisl in tho cry bright her children iu tho same direction, homo of her father. Mic hud everj"-thin- g preparing them for n llfo of frivolity, Hslble to administer to 1 can not help but say: "Theru they go htr happiness plenty at tho table, thero they go; llngar nnd Ishinael!'' music In the drawing room, wilcouio I tell you thero nro wilder deserts than She is led forth Into llfo nt the door. in many of tho fashion-nblby koine one w ho can not appreciate circles of this dny. Dissipated chilleading her A illsslpated soul comes and takes parent! dissipated Cruellies blot dren her out in tho devrt. Avaricious patents lending on' all the lights of that home circle. ntnrlclous children, l'rayerless paI Iiirs.lt words wear out her spirits. Tho rents leading prayerles children. high hovs that shouu out oter thu The)' go through etery street, marriage altar whilo the ring w us up ctcry dark nllcy, Into every cellar, set, nnd the tows given, and tho alongcvery highway. Ilugar and U'licdictlon pronounced, hate all faded And while 1 pronounce their with the orange, blossoms, nml thero names It seems like tho mottling of broken hearted, thinking tho desert wind: "llngar ami lshm.iel!'' she Is of past Joys and present desolation ind I learn ono mure lesson from this coming anguish. Ilagar 111 the wilder- Oriental scene, und that is that ness? ever)' wilderness has it well iu lL You can llngar and Ishmnel gate up to die. Here Is Unutlful home. not think of tiuj thing that can bo add- Hagar's heart sank within her us sho ed to lu 1'or j ears lliero has not Wen heard hrr child ervlng: "Water! the suggestion of u single trouble. Water! NntorP "Ah!" she says, llrlgSt tin I happy children llll tho "my darling, thero is nil wnter. This houw with laughter and song. Hooks Is a desert!" And then tlod'-- , nngcl to read. Pictures to look tit. lAiunges said from tho cloud: "W hat alleth Cup of domestic Joy full thee, llngar?" And sho looked up nud to rest on Dark night drops. saw-llinud running over. ixilntlug to u well of water, I'lllow hot. l'ulses flutter. Kjes close. where she filled tho bottle, for the lad, steps lllcssed Is) Uod, thut thero Is iu etory And the foot whoso on tho door sill brought tho whole wilderness n well. If you only know household out lit eteulldu crying: how- - to llml It -- fountains for ull "rather' cviiilng!" will never wnind these thirsty souls. On that last A long, deep day, on that great day of tho fonst, on thp door sill again. grief plowed through all the bright- Jesus stood uml cried: ' If any life, rurndlso lost. man thirst, let him couw to mo ness of dom-stl- o Ilagar lu tho wilderness. nud drink." All those other fountWidowhood How often is It wo kco tho weak arm ains you find aro mero mirages of tho Paracelsus, you know, spent of woman eoiikcrtptcd for this baltlo desert. with tho rough world. Who is she, g his time in trying to llml out thu elixir down the street In tho early light of llfo a liquid, which, If taken, would of tho morning, palo with exhausting keep ono tierpetually young lu this work, not half slept out with tho slum-ler- s world, und would change thonged b.icfe of last night, tiagedies of sufferagain to youth. Of course ho was ing written nil over her face, her lusho found not tho elllr. treless i yes limbing far ahead, us Hut hero 1 loll you of tho elixir of though for tho coming of Mimu other everlasting life bursting front tho trouhlu' Her parents call her Marj-- , "Koek of Ages," und that drinking or llerthn, or Agnes, on tho day when that water shall never get old, and they held her up to tho font and you will never Ki sick, nnd jou will tho Cliilktlau minister sprinkled on never die. "llo, every ono Hint thu lufiiul'rt faco tho washings thirsteth.couio to tho waters." Ah, of a holy baptism. Her iimno chnng-c- d hero Is a man who says: "I all now. 1 hear It iu thu hhtllllo of tho I say, but havo been trudg. w union t shoes. I sco it lu tho llgure of lug ulung In tho w ilderness, nml can't thu faded calico. I llml It in tho linea- find tho fountain. Dnj-iknow thu countenance, reason? 1 w 111 tell you. You never ments of the Not Mar), nor ltertha, nor Agnes, but looked In tho right direction. "Oh," Ilagar In tho wilderness. Muy God you sny, "1 hut o looked everywhere. hato mnriiy upon woman lu hor tolls, L have looked north, south, east and her ktrugglcs, her hardships, her deso- west, nud 1 haven't found tho founlation, und may thu great heart of tain," Why, jou nro not looking lu divine sympathy Inclose her forever! tho right direction at nil. Again, llml In thU oriental scene Must people know that gold Is thu most tho fact thatovery mother louds forth g widely distributed of all tremendous destinies. found In almost every conutrj- - lu tho You bay: ''That Isn't nn unusual scene, it mother lending her child by world, though, of course, nut lu quantho hand." Who is it that sho in lead-lug- ? tities which It would pay to dig. Now Ikhmnel, you say. Who Is Ishmacl? comes thu startling discovery tint tho A great nation Is to bo founded n common red clny of which bricks nra nntlun mi strong that It stands for mado contains gold at tho rato of nearshilling's worth to thu ton oven, thousands of years against ull tho ar- ly u some, lu cases, it llttlo more. Iu tht mies of tho world. Hgypt und Assj-rh- t tliuiider ngnlust It, hut iu tain, (iaulus houses of London thero aro lit least tons of brick. Mnko a llttlo brings up his nniiy, und his army is smitten. Alexander decides upon n calculation til tho rato of ono shilling campaign, brings up his hosts, and per ton, und you will find thittno loss than of the precious iiietnl U dies. Tor n long while that nation iiuuiop- - ( locked tightly up in the uly red wnlU oHzch tho learning (it thu world. II Is of London alone. l'lioi'. Ss.ki.mis iys that tho ugo of llsh the tuition of Arabs. Who founded It? Isliiuael, tho lad that Ilagar led Into Is almost unlimited. As to the length tho wilderness. .Shu hnd no Idea hhu of tho llfo of llsh It Is said that tlio wns leadlnj; forth such destinies ordinary carp, If not luterfeied with, Neither does any mother. You past would llvo about lie says along tho Htrect und sco nud pass boys that thero aro now living In tho Itoyul aril girls who will yet mnko tho earth nquutltim lu Jlusahi seterul cui-- that aro know n to bo over 000 yeni s old and quake with their Influence. Who Is that boy nt button Tool, Ply that ho has ascertained, In u number mouth, V.ua,, bwefooted, wiullng down of cases, that whales llvo tube oter'.'OO .Ji;-- ' vn'tll hbt baru jaiMOld Tlio urilluaiy goldll'i I una llUo tlio hlllsl) tlli 1q Wen luou to Jhv ovvr I0t year. u j)cco of trJasu ana foot corner u I'arblililrn. Wasiilsotom. March S3. The"i t. Nkw Yohk, March 2a. A dispatch to ccedufo In connection with the sub the World from Madrid sajs: mission of tho report of tho Mslww Instructions havo been given slnco court of Inquiry by the prcsluxBt MJ Friday night to tho press censor to . rnnffri.. Is now elearlv nutllncd? And Ik mi lureigii nnu domestic press cabinet oftlccr explained tho gNaerj blcgraras nnd even telephone s lino of action nt present Intended" containing nows unp.ilatnblo to be. pursued upon receipt of tho rtfQt IS wo governmcni. L'nnuthorlzcd details W naval and which Is expected to reach 'iVoshlBjrU military preparations, of next Thurwlay. A copy will bo laid ff wo movements of war vessels, partlcu foro the Spanish government rery eta?.rly.of Uie flying wiuadron; of tho y, nnd as soon its can bo conilteattr Hrciinso-o- i vcwieio or wnr nnd stores - tfxoad aro csjieclally Interdicted. dono tho report will bo sent to grcss and lie mado public at the naat Qlthcrto no.stcp hnd been taken ( tune, J no reort to congress detent thq Madrid press from pub- accompanied by a mcsiago fron iuog ircqiicni, nnu abundant prcftldent, slating that after cwUl 'She namo press censor will thu report thu conclusions were aoatop Wlegrams sent from Madrid lieforo tlio Spanish government taaii .newspapers in America, Knglnnd pruprlulaajaioii. from mrMd'VrtLi(x when .they cgntnlu ,mwi In CiMiRrru hjr incs-uge- tha " Ild ll.fnrfl Will M t'onr the l'r..lilenl. PRESS CENSORSHIP. miiill Foreign llomratln I'm, 4' f &" tinUlnln anil New T.i..r.. Unpalatalils m fipaln. .. for-kno- ts no no HPPflP1' fuli-rigge- d bath-schoo- lni-1- ing between $10,000,000 and 317,000,000, of which about $3,000,000 will bo expended on this work on the thrco now battleships, six torpedo boats and six torpedo liont destroyers. The committee hnd a long session Monday giving final touches to tho bill but there was no significant change made, tho killed nnd two Injured. The killed are: Important Items standing as hereto- Thad Sncllings, Joslah Lcroy and Wcs . incy were at a ucliih- fore announced. The bill may bo I laj-iorbor's house drinking, when tirolltfhl lltl In tbn liniiMA Vmlnn.itm. a nrora between Snclllngs Itcprescntutlvo Klnir, nt Utah, in- - I quarrel th' '"T'V-?aVmm r TJ1tnr- Inlturrtiia Hlmf I 'WLMilikia rtll.tf 1. ... . . . resolution recognizing- - tlio lndcpcuil tho first" shot' but missing. Taylor part of report tho ntidlll.rm. jjrtT ini-i-i iij.viii.-i- i kiijiu c?iiciiiuks enco of Cuba intimation of tho findings hal Tliorcforo tho jieoplo now arc nt tha licsolrcd, Ily the senate nnd house of Lcroy had been at tho stable, but hearI as representatives, that tho republic of ing tliu shooting, rushed to Snclllngs defense. rinding him dead, ho Cuba having established and maintain opened llro on Taj-lor-, both shooting o ed nn lmicpcmlcnl government of performing those duties, for- about tho same time. When tho fracas eign and domestic, which appertain to whs over both wcro found to bo Independent governments and it ap- stretched on tho ground dead. Two pearing that their Is no longer any men were wounded by stray bullets, reasonable prospect of tho successful but will recover. The shooting Is said to bo tho outprosecution of tho war bj- - Spain against said state, It is expedient and come of an old grudge which existed proper and lu conformity with tho between tho Snclllngs and the Taylaws of nations and tho practlco of lors. this government. In like cases, that NEGROES SOLD. the Independent political existence of Jim Mailr llrmtclit Tw Hollars anil a said statu bo acknowledged bj- the gov(Jusrlrr anil Howard Two Hollar, and ernment of tho United States. Hfty CVnta. HOUSE COMMITTEE I'miiplrtra the Aiiriirlatlnn IIIH illra.iit'i' Carrlr. liclwceii 830,011(1, lion and S37,OIIO,ou. Wahiiiaoto.v, March 22. Tho hotiso sonimltteo on naval affairs complete) thu naval appropriation hill Monday afternoon and It will bo reported to tho house Tucsdnv. While th font. Ings of the various items were not com pleted when tho committee adlourned. tho bill Is roughly calculated ns carry- .! c rc ccee-c-ecces- frfrccs-t&cccec- - ! w 2 5TATE ODDS AND ENDS. Ji533435MJii3-3a5S3M.33.33.333.3i.35,M.Mi- 1 A BLOODY BATTLE In Harlan Count j, In w hlrli Three Mm Vt.ru KIMnl niKlTirn Injur.il. l'm.viu.t:, Kj, Mnrch Si One of the bloodiest buttles ever fought In thu Kentucky mountains took place Sunday afternoon on Puckott's creek. In Ilnrlun county, nlxiut 10 miles from this place, In which three men were VETOING BILLS. Haccaca Mrn.nrn and Knldrnt Agent Insurance Law (I.ifii a Death lllnw. KttANKrouT, Ky., March 17. Gov. llradley wns hard at work all day examining bills, und he evidently had hil veto machine In fitio working order, nt ho knocked out nlmott as many bills as ho approved. Among Iho first that ho vetoed Wednesday afternoon was ono that will bring sorrow to thu hearts ot the 0,000 bicyclists In Kcntue'tv. lt'ie- II ere! - s ".. -- ' " cap-aul- nl N'.-iut- tin-ro- o c.-t- liver-lastin- ln-rt- Itocr-shch- a o g to-da- y well-kuow- go-lu- j-- 1 o 1 mi-tal- K-In- fiOOj-cnr- I disaster. Mr. Cannon, chairman of the committee on appropriations, offered an amendment to allow tho surtivlng officers and men 12 months sea pay without rations iu full compensation for lusses sustained by them. This provision ho thought preferable to ono to Indemnify them for tho losses sus tnlned, limited in amount to 12 months to llo called attention ken pay. tho fact that in the caso of the Samoau disaster the compensation in each ctMj wis about tho maximum. Ho thought n provision for compensation for actual losses might lead some of to the llradshaw estate and the survltors Into the temptation of brought good prices. FliAMtioitT, Ky., March 18. The magnifying their claims. Tlicro would goicrnor closed business for St. Patbe also this advantage In voting dirick's day by vetoing the bill allow lug THE CROW SISTERS sea paj--. It would obinrectly a Kentucky Insurance ttalk.it From Jail to Church h.rTlc, K- - vest their btirplus in companies to viate delay and the mediation of other than Kenrortrtl 11 an I. nicer. claims attorneys. Vasckiiui.ii, Ky., March !!. An un- tucky securities, and Mr. In ton's bill Tho house rejected the Cannon amend usual sight wns witnessed hero Sunday relating to sales of real cstatu to satisment, nnd passed the Maine relief bill morning when Squire I'lshcr, accom- fy Incumbrances. Ho also signed tho unanimously. Representative Cousins panied by Sarah and Kate Crow, who bill changing tho time of holding commade nn eloquent speech announcing ...... ....fl..n.1 ... It.A .,..,. .... Jill tin-- .. C mon school trustee elections from Juno . IU.. that a patient nn,1 nl.lnlin lumtili. 11,1V nil Int. llu. rvi .III. WM,.- " MU.irl?r-M-TaTniten- i .... VWl.tldk.. t f.r9f Mtt A'lBiWlWIal JWl i7aTj.5"nTlilHi fti W h 1 1 tBWBVs r .lliliMa 1m8&&e&mtNfrfto and shooting-wit- h hojw. Ntrcl llK intent io kill, walked corcrnbrdfd I vato calendar. not havo ns much raw I - into the Methodist church to attend material to work on Friday as lie did Wakhinoto.v, March 22. Keprcsontapetitioned I tlvo Wheeler, of Alabama, Mondat-- in tho servlrca The girls had Thursday, so thu numbcr'of his vettx. a allowed to thu 'squire troduced in tho house tho following church, and to be kind hearted attend decreased Friday to four and his ap officer the resolution: could not refuso them, himself acting provals to one. Thu. Covington and Newport members of tho Joint LINES OF Tlin TWIN UNITKD STATHS Tim ICHAnSARQC AND of "Itcsulrcd, that aof tho committee, tieronslstlne as their escort. aprsilnt- sorrn members to will Logically disappointed over Frl- - " THi: KUNTUCKY, TO HE LAUNCHED MAIlCIt J4. und sot en members ntliytto Hntl Orlng. Found L'licnn.rmil. day's work, ns ho vetoed House Hills ol the house, to tio appolntod bj the seukcr, Waito.v, Kj-.- , March 21. Mary E. 234 nnd 219. The first named was for barreutisl toconsldcr the question of ourrela-tloreached tho executive authorities In inercj of rumors propagated by word with Spain, growing out of Hie Cuban Stclnlinuser, wife of John Stclnhauser, the benefit of incorporated districts or Washington ns ye I. At tha baiuu time it of mouth or the post, which is much question. That all messages heretofore re-- I of Morning View, Ivy., started to a other municipalities not heretoforo relied or which may hereafter bo received neighbor's homo Saturday night, but assigned to any class of towns, nml is n noticeable fact that tho current of tiorse. ' referring The Lllicral says that on Saturday from tho to said committee. to thts question In- net or reached there. Not returning wits intended for tho special benefit lf official opinion Is beginning to follow - Irefctred that of tho tiuofllclnl opinion express- Mvcral hundred telegraph and telesuch committee be authorized to seed Initio, kcnrcblng parties scoured tho Mllldale, In Kenton county. persons and papers, to take cildence nnd community at daylight. Nothing but ed so posltlvelj- - nml iurslstcntlj- - at phono messages were stopped by tho Tho reason assigned for the veto was I to 1ndr1.1 administer oaths to witnesses. That said phees of her dress wcro found. At 'J that It was contrary to kectlon SO of i..,itu n.tiiLip (n I'liiiiiiu, Havana and Key West that the inm tt,inwi in - the, constitution, which protldes for cause ot the explosion was exThe government s action has caused . ;Vh,tani. .riwnriphcr and .r: oclcctl Minnay morning .Mrs. Mcinternal to tho battle ship. Of- iiprufouml sensation, not only In Mail and mat said committee report with as llttlo hauler was found unconscious two local legislation, nud that tho statute ficials high iu tho administration rub but throughout tho provinces. delay as posslbl" tho true conditions which miles from home, her arm broken and already provldY-- a method for organisRrcit ministerial 'nuwspiipcr, tho Lib-ira-l. prctall In Cuba, what portion ct the Spin-it.- h her clothes torn from her body. Foul ing such districts. No. 213 is un net to kitted Mondnj- - that whllo thnj-wer-e debt Is a burden upon rcsenucs rlav Is inspected, and there Is Intense provide for the creation and governsides with the majority of the press wholly without exact information ns In the Island, tho protection collected to tho findings of the court of inquiry In censuring vigorously a measure given ment of suburban districts near sec American :icitement. to American nnd s they found themselves sharing In tho which it says is calculated to iucrenso , interests lu that Island by the Spanish got em- cities, and was especially In 1'ollce Judge Ousttd. nppnrcntly Intangible conviction that tho national anxiety, liecnusj most nient s'nd llm truth rvr.inlln-- t tho Inhumanities I'ai.itsvti.i.k, Ky., March 21. A war- - tended for Highlands, iu Campbell and atrocltlot which hato come to our knowl the cause of tho explosion was not ac- jsople surmise that tho relations edge through and other sources-Th- e rant was issued Friday from Justice county. It was vetoed for exactly tho Spain and tha Pnltcd States cidental. Opinions expressed by tho committee will recommend to congress Hall for thu arrest of U I). Canard, same rcasou given for vetoing No. 234. Maine survivors who reached here have got into n very critical stage in- what action should txj taken ky this body. The police judge of tho townot Paintsvllle. House hill 212, providing that no lust Saturday doubtless has con- dent when a liberal cabinet decides to rommllteo shall hate authority to report at Tho warrant charged Canurd with contract shall bo made to pay u dobt tributed largely to this vtew In U more rigorous with tho press than any time." .Iriiukeuncss while In thu discharge of In gold money, was vetoed, because it circles. In this connection It was (nnuvus nnd worse than thu reDR. GEORGE POWELL, his official duty. Ho sent In his resig- Js contrary to tho United States conIs understood that ono of thu off- actionary culnncts of 18S4 and 18S5. nnd laws enacted ns to curOt Li Crniir, S.VI... Arrrnts the. Challenge nation to tlio town board, who inline- - stitution icers who nrrltcd on Saturdny stated, A boatload cl .Nr.tv Yohk, March 22. L.tietl to henator 3lakun by lljron julutely accepted It and proceeded to rency lu pursuance thereof. not ns opinion, but as his personal ob- powder and supplies which was ns-llo also vetoed house bill 200, to cirno, in ll mean. llll tho vacancy by appointing lion. W. servation on the night of tho disaster, amend an act relating to fees, so that Minn., March 22. In re 11. Yaughtiu. rted to have come from Fort Schuy-h- r were tw o distinct explosions. that there clerks, commissioners, receivers, up tho Sound has been landed on sponse to tho chnllengo of Huron Tho t undent')' of this is to support tho the pier nt Oovernor's Island. Ikirrela llirlr t'enrs Are (Jroiiinlles. and sheriffs of Louisville marquis of Altavllla, Madrid, Fll.MF0HT, Ky., March 21. The off- shall report to tho state auditor onco a theory of external cause, as this Is nnd boxes and cans, evidently containi- Spain, to fight a duel with Senator icials of tlio Fninkfort penitentiary based on the ldcu that the first exter- ng various kinds of explosives, were Mason, of Illinois, for tho hitter's utinstead of monthly, because it nal explosion wns followed by a second pincetl on the cud of the wharf uml terances In tho United States senate, have been badly frightened for tho will operate to iucrenso the salaries of alarming symp' tho officers mentioned Therefore It is Internal explosion larefully covered with tarpaulins. No Dr. Heorge Powell, of La Crosse, has past few days over the Wahiiinoto.v,, March Si It can bo Information was given as to what is to cabled the following acceptance of the i linns. of a convict , reeentlv sent un in conflict with section 1CI ot the confrom Laurel count)-- which is near tlio stitution. challenge in Mason s stend: stilted poiltlvelj- - ami iiuthorltntlvolj-tha- t lilotio with them. smallpox district. Helms been care- The onlj- - bill ho approved Friday To llaron Klcnrdo, Madrid, Spain: Thrnug rifles and two eight-Incthe report of the court of InFour l tou . full-,- - watched, and now thu physicians wns tho one known ns the "osteopath rifles, which havo 1h?cii tested nt tho press dispatches I am Informed quiry on the Malno disaster hnd challtngrsl Senator Maon not been recehed up to noon Mondaj. the Sitndj- - Hook proving grounds, will hniefor words spoKen In detenso to mortal com- nlc positive the disen&o is not small- - bill," which provides that ull of his jiosllion bat or healers who wish to praetiej l'rom the same 4iuthoritatlvo source le carried by tho schooner Dilsj-- Far-- 1 A. ll,..l.,nlnR of the .nl.lm and prin I'OA. in this slate shall first Cunllnllted at 3,O()O,O0O. their profe-sioIt can Iks staled that tho present of- n, which will hall for Kej- - West somo ciples of bis country, and Its people, In me 1'jtA.s.Ki out, Ky., March 22. Articles bo examined and granted a license by United Statos; with usual Sp Utah gem rosily ficial Information is that the report Is Line Oils week. wciiKin. Workmen nro busy ut the pier on ielcctlng your own Mason has spent a lifetime consolidating the llreat Southern Tel- tho state board of health. The presinot likely to bo hero before next ThursNow, as Senator day or Friday. It is n material change last river preparing to load these In the pursuit ot a most humane calling, and egraph und Telephone company und dent of tho state loard of health from tho expectation prior to this puns nml anchor them to tho deck of In the walks of a clillliatlon which has but Cumberland Telegraph nnd Telephouo agreed, however, to examine the osteons meet n time. Tho cause of the delay Is nut tint schooner. Tho larger pieces weigh noorly ilttid him to nnd now built at arms, pb- - comu.iuv under tho name of tho ire.it paths only lu such branches as taught Indorses the his known, but It is assumed that thu con- It tons each und tho smaller ones 10 ore who blo admired and patriotism of Senator southern nnd Cumberland Telegraph- iu their colleges, nml this probably In. -- .,,....,.,. words cown-wllh head- fluenced tho governor to sign tlio bill. clusions of tho court aro not jet la a lis each and the utmost care will Ic lection 1, a plulnsman, n westerner, ono ot a I Mason, nt Hopklnsvllle, Ky., were as to warrant their exercised In placing them so that they class known ns tiplcal American, typical bo quart YoiU.ey Gel. SI Year. such exact form aboio filed with the secretary of statu Mon- will not prove too heavy for tho ship cauo ll holds principle, ns Nkwpoi.t, Ky., March 22. For tho earlier presentation here, prlco -- liecauso It belli tes tnnt munler In tno day. Capital stock 3,000,000. Tho government has made no further should tt storm strike, it. wrecking of tho First national bank, gold pidd for While it is stated that these, guns arc tlrst degree can not lie challenic. with name purchases of warships, but its negotiaThomas H. A lliiln of hulihur. of Newport, nnd hereby acctpt jour to lie landed at Key West for tho fortitions In that lino hato been productive the army pistol, the old 41 the organ of Mt. Vkkmin, Ky., March 2i A sul- Youtsey wits sentenced Monday by tho Instrument with which tho Ameriof at lenst ono important result, name-lj- fications there, It is believed hero that phur rain fell early Monday morning, Judge Tuft's court iu Covington to assasslons, In establishing that unless tho bat- souio of them will find their wnj- - to can pioneer measured Junllco to und nil your und tho ground wus found to bo cov- servo six je.irs lu the Ohio penitentiary ond while curnestlj ussurlng jou tleship Hen. O'lliggius becomes the Dry Tortugns, which is being fortified kind thai thousands of men of my I) pa .land ered with stuff thut not only resem- and pay the costs of prosecution. Yout-key'- s property of the I'nited States it will for nu ndvauccd naval station conviction wns upon 2 counts, readj tustip in ui) trains nnd plcU up my pis- bled tho element, but burned nnd gate Other guns nro toon to bo sent south tol If ll should full. I ntncerclj; thank the out thu fumes. Thu phenomenon Is re- Lhnrglug embezzlement, and Jmlgu not bo sold at all Spain, it is con of a thousand, jenrs of fidetitly asserted, will not lo able rrom the Watcrvllet arsenal, and ft,t tho coun- Tuft found there had Wen 10 distinct to flro the shot In ported fiom seteral parts of thts war tessel, nor the first time tho strategic aluo of the reicngo for Iho opjiortunlty sullors, who fed be ty, nnd the superstitious of liochcnstlc violations of tho United states bankto for the A motion for a new trial tiro her chunces tiny lietter or well known inside water routo will be sharks la Hat una hay county consider It n sure harbinger of ing laws. (Slgn:d) (Jtoit'ir. K. 1'owsll. w as overruled. us good as thoso of tho United Mates. tested. war. Colored holdler. Needed. lollgato (luirds llr.inti'.l. A Crlsl.nt .Sladrld. Mailer dolus 1'itrdiiiti'd. Hurry (Inter llrrrltnl. Montooiii.iiv, Ala., March 22. Rev. OtviMisviixi:, K'y., March 21. -- Dr. H. FlltNKHiiiT, Ky.. Mtirch 10. Hot. M .turn n, March 22. Mr. MiicArthur, K iston, l'a., Marcn 22. Tho Alpha Portland Cement Co.. of Whitaker. N Stokes. Iu n sermon to his. tho largest first secretary of tho United States le- II. Low Is, president of the Salt Lick llradley pardoned Walter (loins, onu of J., recoiled orders Monday to hurrt Negro congregation In the south, sajs gation, left Mondny evening for Wash- turnpike, made application to Judge thu Franklin county election raiders.y thu work on ull government orders for war'wlth Spain Is Inevitable, and that ington. Tlio belief is Hint matters Ramsey for guards for tho Ow lugs-till- Coins was charged with being ncees-sorand Salt Lick turnpike. This is to tlio murder of Deputy Sheriff cement. The cement Is to Ihi shipped ctcry Neirro iu tho south must enlist have reached n crisis here, nnd that ho to southern points. Tho works of the Ho promises the southern Negroes will Wars .Important documents to thu tho plko on which tho tollhouse was Donklns, but tlio prool wasiuai ij.ukcompany will operate day nnd night do most of the fighting, us tho Cubnu American government detnoiiRtrnllng dynamited a few nights since. Judge ins was killed by P'rank l.'bort, who forern don't attack thorn. tho necessity of choosing immediately Ramsey granted tho guards. Further was hi turn killed bj' the osso. until tho orders nro completed. tioublo is feared. between autonomy ami wur. (Inn t'irrlaiii'. for Dry Tt,rtugtt. Illaiu at Juuitlon til), Kntal Stroke or l.lchtnliii;. 22. I)a.nvim.k, Kj., March 10, W. S. . Huh)'. Il"lr I. Iter illy Coolod. SilRMivt ii.i.k. Ind.. March Nhu Yoiik, Mnich'Ji Tho Hvenlng Milt I'lHIl Of SlllHllMlt. four-yeM.tssii.tov, O , March 2i The Ky,, March 21. World says: The government has char Lightning struck tho residence of MarTut tie's drug storo ut Junction City Nlciiol..ts ii.i.k, I duughter of Joseph Hug Is There are nine eases ot smallpox re burned nt 1 o'clock Friday morning. tered tho schooner .lames Paul to rarrj tin Davis, in Marietta, passed down to Key West gnu carriages uggregat tho chimney through tho stove and Into dying. Sho fell into n tub tilled with pot ted altogether at Richmond and Tho building was ow nud by Jasper .t Insurance SilOO on Mock, lug III weight 1US,000 pounds. Intended tho Inp of Mrs. Davis, who was fatally boiling water and hero body was liter-- Niehohisville. Tho luarl of health surlier. ally ciokcil. for tho fortillcatious at Dry Tortugas. Injured. will lake steps ut onco tu quarantine. $1,200 on building. luriuj-- l lie People IVrlsli In " I'lrr. iirtlnld Mir Heath. l.irgo Ion no Airi.igr. Cincinnati, VI lliuliiRtnn unit Ca.tlnn at J - Thought Hie Sp.inUriU Uir. Afli r Him. Hi tii., Mont., March 22 -- Flro caily Loumvil.li:, Kj-.- , March Si -- d'eorge Loi'isviu p. Ky., March 21. Mrs. inalru. Vamkv Vikw, K)., M.ueh 10 Tho Tin ; King, a colored einployu of U Mnrx'i Monday, destroyed tho Halo house, a Clmn.tr, it Spiritualist, loll Mis. J. II. outlook for llu kirg.st ncieajo of KlNOfiloN. Jaiuulea. March building used as a Fleming, of 1721 Floyd street, tills city, United Slates crnlser Cincinnati ar hide store, Ian Cuban sj mpathlter, largo three-storoter planted lu this section Is rlted Monday morning at Port An and has been thinking over the war boarding ami lodging house for in.-i- i Thursdii) afternoon that her mother, manifest by tho Inert-usenumber of toulo from ll.ub.iiloes, uml thu United question. Sunday, while ut work, he employed In tho Aniiconda copper Mrs. S. A. Van Arnlale, was going in tobacco beils U lug sown, there being gunboats Wilmington and wis became suddenly Ins.ino and Imagined mines." Of tho 400 octupniits iiiaiiy tire tliu Frld.it- - evening iho latter was i,ir ,,lr.,,lt. k.ui n In Ibis scetiim than States tint) icacliid tho fciiinu port shortly a force of Spaniards was uftcr him. In hospitals sulTerlng from various lie then lu goo I health, and Mrs. I em ii ig, , , fco o10 hCiUlUlu afterward from St Luclns. Tho three Ho was iirrcsted und will bo tried for juries nud 00 havo failed to show up at of course, did not belluvo tho medium.' thu minus. It Is estimated that tit least However, when she arriveil nonio no Ciiinhlimlltin Cul.le s,,,.. 'unat'j'. wui hhlps are coaling, foil ml that her mother had Wen taken 25 have perished. Kl lZAiihTHTOw.v, Kj., March 10. Tho A Hoy'. I'll til fall. Mllllla Tent. lor h.uallixii I'Hlleul.. Mrs. Van with u serious illness. , FiiA.SM-oiirMassii.lox, I)., March 22. Joseph sllirr Oolng lu llurope. Ky., March 2i Hor. Aisilulodled Friday evening, ns pre- farmers of this countyofhavo ui ranged ttvatn-shieatllo to W Nmv Yoiik, March S3. Tlio for a coinhliuitloii kale llradley Monday sent statu mllltln I'lshntet, iiged 15 yearn, residing north dicted, Lahn, salng for Humpo Tucs-tiny- , Mtirch iJ. 'J'hiTOwill tents to MUldlesboro nud Richmond to of town, fell from u granary and u 1.10U licld nt fciu-rYlU.K, 1ms. Nr.W HlU'slMt wll tnku out W.Ui.) ounces q ri til relict Within 1th llmltr, in-- l Y.T bo pp mik' J.uvo lil?l irrii'lo s'ivHU', of bo ui!il us hotiu's by Miialliiu.v patlunts lew lioupi litter tlivd from a (nicturv'd ond Hispn't! fowl t iw WfilJCB. ,vV,Vyatlwt)lllll liOUWb, 3 31 'm , K'Jj " pA n'pWi Wahiii.soto.v, March 22. Immediate-lj- after the reading of tho journal In tho hotiso Monday, the speaker recognized Mr. liotitcllo (rep., Maine), chairman of tho committee on naval affairs, who called up the bill for tho relief of the survivors and victims of the Malno lli.Asnotv, Kj, March 2i Tho sale of tho Negroes, ,11m Wndu nnd Ilufus Howard, brought an immense crowd to town Monday, in spite of the weath er, unci Deputy biicriir row ell Har low- - Wgan the sale promptly at I Ho announced that tho sato o'clock. would lie upon a credit of thro mouths, and title gitun for one year. Howard wns first offered, and, after many blds.w as bought by W.T. Adams, a farmer, for S125 When Wado was put up he asked that his father bo tent for, but his father refused to bid on him, nnd Y. 1". Swnrtz, of Louis-- s illc, liecame his ow ncr for Si.M). lloth bots seemed well satisfied with the but the general opinion is that the price paid wns too much. This Is the first time since 1M11 that Negroes hato been sold by a slier lit in this count) The Negroes sold at that time five-ce- Amending Chapter Ci Article 1, Sec- - ( tlon 12 of the general statutes, so that the sheriff inaj- - summon when tho panel is exfor jury ten-ichausted. Relating to revenue and taxation and n uniform system of valuation. To legalize elections In certain graded common school districts. Resolution providing that circuit clerks need not pay back to the state 5 fees collected in felony cases. Hill known ns the "resident ngcnls" bill, which requires all fire insurance policies written In this statu to bo written by a resident agent. The governor vetoed house bill 170 Wednesday b cause of a glaring Innc- - . curacy In the title of tho bill. Th title, is "An act to repeal section 12, article 1, chapter 4, general statutes, w hlch Is section 2,0" Kentucky stat utes, entitled 'Guardian and Ward."' When looked up the bodj- - of tho bill proposes to repeal chapter IS of the gencrnr statutes, Instead of chapter Chapter 4 relates to deaf and dumb nsylums, while section 2,023 of Ken tucky statutes relates to guardian and wnrd, so the .iucousistencj makes tint veto ncccssarj-e e lapse. ing me lrncey lull reoutrlnir rttllroiul.i 3amwMMwaBAtJM0aMaj1iriwa. oincr. oilla vetoed, .HcilncMlnv araiul ioiiorrs: I'rovldlng that nn nppcal may bo taken to the court of appeals in hnbuc corpus cases. Requiring that police judges In second-class cities shall reecho pay for holding examining trials. Resolution providing pay for idiots during tho time their committees allowed the five-teInnucst ncrlod to ar ; .. ; .f HI .Ki V m T 1 1 1'-- t liaiimaa SuJ SE-af 1 1 1 1 . ?; fe m pre-lde- a ond-clas- K-tui- cit - scnil-cnlcl- Wi.-so.n- o, ten-Inc- h h th-i- s u m. civil!-tallo- -, rrpre-entntl- io o - 1 n 1 ii y NKNaWiMiM r? mwm V H y v VJ. - i i r Our Opening TH OIF" -- Display 1 i NEW SPRING GOODS NEXT "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30th, And continue through the week. ZldFJEZ wx BEGIN You are cordially invited to be present and inspect our offerings. OIF 3c. THE GOOD The greate'st Handkerohief showing ever made In the city. Pare lineu ones at tbe price of cotton. All Pare Linen, hemstitched, 7o. THX1VOS Bleached Domestic, 7ic Quality, 6c. Sfcr. 4 Unbleach'd Domestic Yard Wide, Full Standard Prints, Fine Imported Freuch Organdies, exclusive Novelties, shown only bv ns, 39c. Imported Organdies, 25c. Bilk Wefts, beautiful patterns 50c. Corded Zephyr Ginghams, 20c. 3ic Millinery. Miss Anice Eflnger, after a long sojourn in the markets, taking Items on tbe Spring styles, is now ready with a fall corps of assist ants to trim yonr new spring Hats Best Quality Cambric Lining 4c. ashes and Hand kerchiefs. In great variety, Ready-made All Linen Towels, 35x17, 10c. Shoes and Slippers. Selling Shoes in connection with onr other lines, gives ns a decldrd advantage over exclusive Shoe Stores, for the saving In expeuse is a satlfactory profit. Compare our 12.00 line of Shoes aud Slippers with 2.50 Shoes elsewhere, 12 00 bnys with ns, a very fine Kid Shoe or Slipper, soft and easy and porfeotln fit. In black and brown, tbe new shades. Some all Kid, some with Cloth Tops. Be sure aud see them. All Linen Bleached Crash, 19 in. wide 10c. Skirts. GOo Clothing. In the Mens and Boys Department, we are showing su laiueuso stock of Goods, aud prices wero never lower (ban now. 75oto5(H) Child's Salts, Boys Snits, 3.00 to 10.00 3.50 and np. Mens Suits, Pauls and Suits mado to Order In qnlck time. We ask your Inspection, feeling coufldeut you will find no snob a stoek in this section from wblcli to make yonr selections, and oar prices are lb very lowest. Sash Ribbons. to 11.25. Linen, Mohair1 audilrilliatitiues,pluln and figured $1.25 to 7.50. Beady Made. in the very latest and np to date style, and at reasonable prices : She is showing a beanlifnl line of Pattern Hats, modeled after the latest Parisian styles, from IG 00 to $15 00. Wash Goods. The largest line and greatest variety of these goods ever shown by as. We show every desirable fabric, In all tbe new patterns and colorings. Prices start at 3Jo. Sheets, Bleaohed Pillow-Case- s. Silk Capes. 3.50 to 5.50 Dress Goods. We show some very handsome patterns in .Novelty Dress Goods, in wool, at 50 and GOo, no two patterns alike. Fignred Siltc Monsseline Do Sole, The finest and prettiest Wash Fabric, displayed this spring. This is onr imported goods, and shown exclusively by as, 45c. Hindoo Cloth. A Beautiful Black Fabrio, soft and sheer, 30c. Belts. The newest things. Metal Belts, with settings of Turquoise, Emerald and Garnet. Fine quality, very sheer, all and embroidered, worth anywhoro. 25c, only 15c. Very One quality of hemmed, em broidered and hemstitched, 5o to 35c. Handkerchief Linen, 36 inch, very fine and sheer, 85c Fonting, plain and dotted, 5 to 10c pare linen, hemstitched Hemmed and hemstiohed, torn and hemmed, bleached sheets, 81x00, 55c. Pillow-Cases, Hosiery. The new things in fancy hosiery for Ladles, Misses and Children. The best 25u black hoso In the city. 15c. Draperies, Lace Curtains. Wo show a handsome line of li-'J- 1 Ladies Collars. Half.tt-doxeu these Silkoleoes,301nch, Embr'd Art Drapery, 30 Inch, c Fercaline Linings. Moire effect, for Organdie Linings, all tbe light shades, 30 inch. for 10c Stjles, lOoand 15o Carpets, Matting, Oil Cloth and Linoleum. No house In the olty carries such a lock of these goods as do we. Carpets, 25o and np. Mattings, 16c and np, Linoleum, 0 feet wide, iSo. White Goods, 4c up. Eureka Warp. On spools, all colors, 20o. 20c. Quilts, 50c to 13.00. Fancy Novelties, 12Jc. Lace Curtains 50o to 15.00 per pair. Ladies Vests, 5c. L. .sa&TflE -- P. & W. S. g oj-o- ELLISON. If They- - RICKHAK .COURIER. HIOKMAN, KY., Hcheei CeawHH for 1808. To DUtritt TrutUt'is Arovk-Lookltv- Within a few days I will nvoiTO from Friday, : : : march 25, 1898. tho State office the necessary blanks upon which tho census of the school chil dren of tho county most bo taken. THE RACE FOE CONURESS. Thcso I will placo in yonr hands as soon It Is generally understood that as possiblo in order that no delay need Congressman Wheeler and Hon. arise in making tho enumeration. As much timo and caro is required in Ollie James will be tbe opposing taking tho census, and us n certain re- BpouaiUlitr rusts upon the Bwird of Democratic candidates for ConTrustees, I respectfully call your atten gress in this District. tion to tho following requirements of Hendrlck and Judge tho State Superintendent : . 1st. Tho enumeration must bo made Park are also spoken of. by tho Chairman, acting under his of- Hon. Henry Houston, (free sil- nclal oatii or by a connus-take- r who is work and ver) Hon. Jerry Porter, of Clinton, especially nuixrfuted to do tho has takeu who, previous to beginning, and Col, Max Hanberry, of Trigg an oath that ho will well and truly disOver thirty families depend for their I duties under the law. YICKMAN, KENTUCKY, county county, are the probable republi- charge his is necessary for tho Chairman 2nd. It stat or Fulton County, is a livelihood upon tho fishbig industry. Tvl can candidates, or census-take- r to visit the parent or clean, healthy town of 2,500 the output of which is 10,000 per year. every child in Hou. Ben Keys, it Is conceded, guardian of from them tho tho district J 1 Local Telephone, aud secure uamo, nge X. inhabitants, situated on tho Telegraphand ExprohS efflcea. will be tbe Populist nominee. and date of birth of said children. This Mississippi aud River, the terminus of the Two Banks in must bo entered upon tho proper record excellent condition. and its correctness certified to by tho Nash., Chattan'ga&St. Louis Railroad. Capital and surplus over 1100,000. Was there Fraud ? said parent or guardian who must sign It offers shipping facilities that cannot A prosperous local Building & Loan nis or tier name opponito tuo enumer- be surpassed. It is In the heart of a Association, pays 18 to 20 percent, in- Congressman Oolson (Republi- ation. hardwood timber country, and in easy ton-i3rd. After the census lint is complett npou investment. Loans made can), aud Congressman Wheeler ed a summary of the ages of tho chil- roach of millions of feet of Cottonwood, indnlged In a spat on tbe floor of dren must Ira made out in tho blank Sycamore and Red Onm. Manufactur- over 00,000. No losses. Waterworks and Electric Light plant I provided on tho tho report and Congress, last week. Colson pre- tho total shown back of Ruinmarv must ing enterprises are exempt from taxation owned by tho city. by the cipitated the discussion by charg- tally with the total shown by the cen- for a long term of years, and no place Inexhaustible deposit of fire brick aud ing that the Democrats of tbe sus list. After the renort is comnleted offers fi moro equable climate, more tilo clays. 4th. comfortable homes aud surroundings at First Kentucky District corrupt- tho Chairman or census-take- r must go a cheaper cost of living than our town. AX EXCELLE5T SYSTEM before an officer qualified to administer ed tbe ballot box in tbe last Pres an oatn ana matte affidavit that tlin cm. OF PUBLIC EDUCATION. Tho market-garden- s furnish idential eieotion, and that this was ' sus was taken iu accordauco with the tiful supply of all kinds of a bounteachers. fruits and 300 pupils. especially true as to Graves oouu-ty- . provisions of tho Common School law vegetables at most reasonable prices. Tho Ilickmau Collego gives oltcluUly tho instructions of the State Superand to the pupil children of tho town In reply, Wheeler said: intendent. Tho hill section of our county irrows fret -5th. Tho original report must bo filed eleven years of Common and High In 1891," said Mr. Wheeler, premium grade Apples, Peaches, Straw iu the office of "Mr. Colson received 12,518 votes. ent, a copy senttho County Superintend- berries, &c, bountifully. Low rates School work, ten months each year. to S. D. Luton, County same time Mr. Hendrlck, Clerk, and a copy made in tho Trustoes' make Hickman a good noiut for shin- - 7 Churches, all denomluntlous. At tbe fto saloons. No "blind tigers." Best Biy predecessor, was elected, re- Record Book of the district. ping to Northern markets. Tho census must bo taken ns soon as pollco protection. ceiving 13,912 votes. In 1896 Mr. possible after tho 1st day of April, tho Improved farm lands can bo secured Colson received 22,404 votes, and ociter. at from $8.00 to 150.00 per acre, and HICKMAN WILL GIVE 1 received 14,808 votes, and I re- earner jnocensus report Is the basis As the for ceived 14,808 rotes. In tbe elev- the distribution of tho State school fund theso lands will produco 60 to 75 bush a hearty welcome to Manufacturers.! U Mechanics and Formers. enth district an Increase nf 7,770 th trustee should tako every precau els of corn, 23 to 40 bushels of wheat, votes, aud in tbe flret district an tion and Beo that the report is correct in una rrora 3 to 8 tons of hay to the acm. xvtr S'iht 'I Tho increase of bat80G votes. It oo- - every particular. upon County Super- mo wonderfully rich alluvial soil of Cottonseed Oil Mills, intendent depends Cotton Mills, Hard tho cars to me that nothing short of tified to him by the census-taker- s reports cer- the Mississippi "bottoms" Is especially wood Manufactories, and Planing Mills, anblushing effrontery wonld nerve iu no wbto responsible for their errors. is adapted to raising cotton, corn and live this man to call attention to tbe Very Respectfully, stock hogs and cattle being carried Stave and Hoop Factories, Brick and D. K. WILSON, eondition of affairs in bis district through the wlutor seasons with little Tilo manufactory, Canning Factory. County Supt. Schools. in comparison with my own when cost. Tho fertilo clays aud loams of tho WE SEED confronted by figures that cannot uplands uro adapted to raising wheat, and will support a Flowing Mill, a lie. But that Is not all. In 1890 Kissed Phlpp for Fan. oats, hay, horses, mules, 8a. Steam Laundry, on Ice Factory. there was 29,106 Republican votes polled in the Eleventh district, For further information, address Editor Chas. Meacbara, of the and In 1897 there we 21,801 votes riopkinsvllle Kentncklan, pubpolled, a difference of 8 305. In BUSINESS MEN'S ASSOCIATION, 1892 the Democratic vote of Ken-tack- y lished a clipping from tbe Fulton was 170,460 aud the Repub- Demoorat concerning the young Ky lican rote 135,441. In 1896 tbe lady who kissed a gentleman to total Democratic voto, with the sell ber book. As a result, tbe Deiuauda en a Public Alan. Npala'a Friends. Populist vote added, was 216,810, i; New Location? Business Men. n t 'TTTT Careers' Cafe and Restaurant. A, i Hickman Offers Unusual Advantages to Investors and Enterprising Were Not True. w? jW I Clioioo Ymxiay CaxxdiM, JKl A V If ynu found we did not stato tho facts just nu would hardly read our a they existed aderticnients you would not find them of luteretft. It's becanso wo mako every asser tlon good we l'HOVE them by tho qualities and tho prices. That's why our statements are of interest to careful buyers. M Tvmh. Taffy Mad Daily I West Point Oysters lwo Dozen for 25c. Telephone 00. Served any Style ! Trash. Foraigzi and Domaotio Fruits! Union C'l I i Special Furniture Values. Just at the season of the year when you tnlnk the rooms need a littlu brightening up Inst when tho ueds are, in sight, we list theso SpccUl Value. Every Item In our Furniture Is the modern kind artistic and serviceable, and with that superior finish that goes only with tho highest qualities 12.25 j liread and Cake Itrccived Dally! o KERR . .aT, & r RANDLE, g 1 Cauo Seat Chairs, per set Bedsteads, f jtc ,M V with rollers . . . . Oak Suites, first class Nicu Antique Wardrobes, Interesting buyers along tho lino of thrift and economy meeting any competition that may arise, and lu the most satisfactory manner, is the policy of our store. .. - . . 1.05 12.00 6.23 "'J' REPAIRING A Jv . . Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, &c FINE WATCH AND JEWELRY SPECIALTY.. Stephens & Smith. Oouaine Solb Thomas Alarm Clocks for 11.00. 3 Doors Kast of Laolode Hotel, niOKMAN. KY. $MHfr"frMHiHHHHHH Sanders W cy )& Homo-seeke- M. B. Shaw, Hardware, Queensware, AND Sc Oliver Chill, Vulcan Chill, Reeves, &olo Agent True Blue Stool, Blue Bird Steel, You Wanted Somebody To open a Implement and Vehicle Store in Hickman. Well, wo uro filling our big warehouse with Furm Implements, Macninory, Buggies and Repairs. And the prices aro right ! n Prices marked in great big figures. But we can't afford to carry this big stock unless you givo us your patronage. In return foryour trat'o wo want to bo a convenience to you. Tho small dealer may ho cleverer and moro hut when you aro in a hurry for Kepairs for your Implement or Maohino wo will bo more able to supply your wants, by reason of our larger and moro var ied stock. WE WANT YOUR TRADE. first-daw ...Groceries... Free Delivery. Ttik T.nnilon Dallv Mali in an To all tliono nfllicted with rheumatism wo recommend a trial of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Ono Application will relievo tho pain und U continued one for a abort time, will resnlt iu a enro. The 25 and 60 ccut sizrm for (tale by T. T. Hwnrno. 1 Hickman, and stale eleotionB." 218171, an increase In the Democratic yote of 42,000 and an In crease in the Republican voto of 82,000; and yet tbe gentleman comes on the floor and complains of Demooratlo fraud in Kentucky KCM0R8 OF WAR. the total Republican vote following warm epistle baa been received by him: - The general confusion in tbe movement of tbe Powers has entirely demoralized the European aud American newspapers. They appear to be nnable to maintain their equilibrium for more than twelve boura lo the twenty-four- ; and ono day's reporta produce changes and contradictions as rapid and complex aa tbe colors of a kaleidoscope. Dear Sir: I find tho enclosed clip- from your paper iu tho Lonisvillo lispatch 1 like a lio, but this suits mo too well. I have uot been in Hopkinxvlllo since lost July, 1 did kiss Prof. Phlpps ut Fultoa the other day, but not iu tho manner stated in tho papers. Tho Pnducah News is tho only paper that told tho truo story of tho kiss. Thero was no brazen publlolty about tho matter. It was all in a spirit of fun. Prof. Phlpps is an excellent old bachelor. I do not regret tho kiss and I am sure ho does not. Tho paixirs havo got tho wholo thing crvortod. They havo made a mountain nut of a mole hill. I am uot losing any sleep; however, I wish vou would clear up tho mistake tho Kentuokian made or quit writing lies, else i tun to tnuiK tne posterity of those noted prevaricators of ancient day aro gloriously at largo iu your city (or on your force). Reepuctfully, Cadiz, Ky., March IS, 1898. Beatrice Cunningham. ndltnrlal siivs that England sym pathizes with tbe United States in tbe tronble with Spain and bas the fullest confidence in onr ability to whip tbe dous. England's failure to take open steps in tbe ably be disposed to lend her aialter are ascribed to the momen- 6-- . helping hand. This is, primarily, tous political problems which because of tbe kinship between Great Britain is now engaged in (Buoofsior to Wra. Dletttlbrlok,) thesoveriegns of the two conn. solving. DIAlEft tries, and has little other foundation. France is tbe only Kuro. the letter of Gov, Hob Taylor, of peau country front which tipuiu conld expect nnv substantial svin. HAS OPENED A Tennessee, in which he declares patby, and that is because, Spanish his Intention to retire from poli bonds have boou mostly negoilnt. MCKHAN, KENTU0KY. tics forever; and no one who reads ed iu t'arle; Sputa la Prance's deln. or. but tho Fronob have hnnlnn.. It can doubt tho In Went lllckniM, tod ftiki lint the Pnb. THEE DELIVERY. 13 aud the love of unfortunate ha- - sense enough to know that Spain's jio give htm a call. Our good art all flnanoial condition would only bo Frtib. N iloowl New Ooodit Ntm Telophone Store No. 91; uini.lt,, i,uti tuo Jmt Ul IUO UJHU rendered worse by a war with tie Mn ! Ooodn il.llff red free. No. 00, who wrote it. TcUpUooo Ho. D8. uuiteu Hiatus. offlco to give to everv friend who asks, and a pardon for tho son of wery old weeping mother, and tho husband of every sobbing wife : if I had money to put in idl tho bony hands of poverty dally extended to mo for noip : II 1 had iwwer to nrotoot tho woak against tho strong ; if I could glvo hap piness to all tho jeople, and sorrow to none, I would bo coutonted to remain in tho field of politics. This Is a paragraph taken Horn If I had an In computing tbe possiblo old that might come to Spain from other European powers in the event of war, it has been surmis. that Anstro Hooary wonld prob- Iow-dow- E. Bartlett, -IN- L. POWELL Fancy Groceries and Provisions, '" -- "" McCormick Binders and Mowers, Grocery Store FULL SUPPLY OFJREPAIR8 ON HAND! .Sanders & Reeves. - Ttosi-idonc- WrMH!fiHr mm Jml. & ASaaBSi-Vfeaisias- i Wmflm iiwBBBm mmBm '1 HBMra MSBS&LJ3t wwWEsess 1' II J - wMVm.vm 9j Alt- - S'fWfkTS'f:.;T-R.- " rSTi -- bV :- - , tmrni m umi S v nu BJsSf YOU Always Get tlic BEST VALUE far Your Money at -- SSB Don't Forget That COWOILL & COW01LL keep Pull IJno of Vl BUCHANAN'S ai?d ?asl7 Sellii7 and tho, Uhlodll tho wny upcontinuo to rlin, " t..H,1 m "10 'owlamls iironml mid about Hickman is certain ; though if tho nuusiiiiio oi yesu may evening will it will bo of short duration. con-tiut- CHILL TOOTCS AND St. Louis Bread, tho beet made, at V. P. Qkykii's. spring Announcement! MY NEW STOCK f . 0 (Jreat ?asl? Btiyi 2Yc Store! COVciu NVRUl'H! Always on Hand Also, Grandest and Biggest Stock in the City to Select From ! Matching Prices vcrti.tad price, will invariably say, IS OFTEN HIvSOKTED TO BY FIRMS with us iti order to hold tlicir trade. who find it neccrary to openly compete ad- - Other firms wlio, when cont routed with our n firm thnt Tho Epworth Ijeagno nnd M. K. Sunday School Couftreiieo of tho Union City District, meets in Dresden, Tenn., on Wediu-sday- , April nth. The open-Ju- g sermon for tho Woman's Missionary hjiclety will bo preached by Rov. W. O. Heflcy; and on Tuesday's program of tlio Lpwnrth League, Mr. Hattlo Tur-tieOF Spring of this cltr. l iIIscikm ",,lrlini. lty lu tho Meeting." and Summer For tho Acrnmmntliiii nf nil ...l.n deslro to uttend the Hpworth Lenguo and Sunday School Conference and Wo- DRY GOODS are arriving on every train and we will take special man's Foreign Missionary Couference, of Union City District, to bo held at pleawre in showing you tho prettiest, most stylish and the best' selected Dresden, Tenn.. Anril 4 to 7. n iw.(-i- i coach will bo attached to tlm stock ever shown in Hickman. freight lenvinif Union C.itv. Wedmwlay nnd Thursday, fith, 0th and I invite your attention to the extreme low prices nt which I am 7th, at 5:15 a. m., and roturuing to Union City at 8 : IB p. m. each day. olTerinc the very best fabrics, as I will always buy tho very best in the r, !! Tnil. 4 '1 I li "I Will Mutch the I'rico on That Article." Do you think has not sufficient business abili- ty to quote the lowest prices on their own accord, can givo you honest prices on an nverago hill of general merchandise? to purchase merchandise where DOLLARS can every article advertised. bo If you are anxious '.iur .!:! 'o'rWfyi KTV - vv;e Ohio river Salt for 75u. for the market and give the public the benefit of the low price. (Call and next 30 do.ys. at M. B. SuAw's. amine these goods before buying elsewhere. WOne barrel of ronnd boon ex- ft - SAVED, read our advertised prices carefully, then come and see that they hold good on NAME ON EVERY PIECE." LOWNEY'S Dry Goods, Notions, Etc, JfcKf BafJBlS, On Friday cvenlnir last. 18th int.. asocial i.irty was given to tho young lcople at tho residence of Mr. Jas. Led-idge. near this city. A large crowd was present, and everybody colored Buying Shoes into a serious mutter, If yon haven't money to burn. It nys to be careful to look about nnd (lnd the licM place, even In bujlng times. You will save time to look here first. Infnnte DongoU Shoes, 23c Uhildreiia I'lno Shoes, worth 5c, Aliases '1W, now In Elt Chocolate Bonbons. rOR SALS T 1.1 to IMo New Dress Fabrics, Especially careful selections Kannjr Plaids worth 18c, for quality and beau15o for tuts season Cotton Covert Cloth for skirts IGo ty ahove all, nnd a determiuutiou to sell ns low as the lowest. Extra Large Towel for 8c 'CQWGW&COWBILL, DItUGGIHTH. Thk Lecture ut the City Hall, noxt Tbnrsday nllit, vlll bo the Iwt of tho scawu. Don't m Im a kooI thlntr. The Hlckrann Lndlca Ladles I.C5 Towel Crash per vsnl, Mens good Work Shirts Mens White Shirts, Two papers Pins, , mo Ladies and Misses Ifoso Mens Half hoso. Dougola Button worth 1.03 ' Ladies Vests, pooil ral. 4. Hue 8hoes, worth 1.30, Prints, cood colors 10a Kncy Table Oil Uotb Debt Shoes, worth 8cotch . fie .lie (J8u fie INGRAIN CARPETS Choice line of the lovcllst Sc (!o ' "........ unit ir.n 4c No 4jo jo Do- Chinese Hemp, 4 4, 25o value, 10c Kxtra Super Ingrains lite Panoy two-pl.'!(lo Ingrain Fancy Mattings, Uo Standard Mattings, L'lo Floor Oil Cloth, 24o Orders taken from Samples for Moquettes, Wilton Velvets, Dbbl. Kx. Tapestries and Linoleums. y terns patOSo In all wool value, Wens Nulllllrrs, mow .'MX), &So to 1.25 oco,c" 1,38 worth 1.75. none suit iou, don't feel that you buy. Wo waut every person 1.50 4Jo to bo suited. now 12 r'kes Arbnckle Coffee, l i .7Jc Mens good value Hots 50n to 3 0f 10 lbs liest Gran. Sugar, Mens 8trsw Huts, lOo to 1.25 22 12c His Light Hrown Bucnr, Good Clothes. Kxtra-Wldbrim, 8o to 12c 20 lbs 8o Itice, Helle of Avn Flour, ner bbl. 5.20 " "3. . i.anu jog Cloth,.. II..I . ...n.i. -- .i """" " Fancy Straight Flour, nerlihl 4.90 ' Ladles and Oents llandk'fs 4c .. .n .i . . Silver Star Flour, per bbl., ,5("" 450 ,Pr0,w'; lOo Per yard h hm W uiuuo Axe Totmecd, per lb. 20c K"' value In Sblnln. So. 8c. 10c you: i fiery, 0 Bars Clalrette Snsn. 25c Mens work Jumpers i. 24o . . .i., a. i. 12 liars Town Talk Sosp, np aoMenders 15o aud 30o value 25c u"i.. , ' VZ? nun. nn Como to ns for latest styles of 7o uinin lur i,uj now 9o Arid 20o trimmed Uojs Knee Pant Suits, 0.'o and nutrimmed lata, for 2 lb. Can Peas. 5o 8ee oar flno Shirt waists, 49c, value for 7.1o 5a Indies, Misses aud Children. Dont 2 lb. Can Hlnckberrlos, 03c. 71c, Htid 1.14 3 lb. Can Apples, 7c Bojs lCnro Pants, 2.1c India Linens, Dimities, Frcnoh wear your old hat, when you can 3 lb. Can Pie Peaches, 0c Mens Nice Pants, 4.00 value Percales, Kiiucy Organdies, In get a new one for so little monev. 3 lb. Can Apricots, 0c now !.lS sortions, Ibices and many other Trimmed Hats 50o to 3.00; Uu-- I 10 lb. Ilnckot Jellev. 35c Overalls. 4tc to 75c. articles at those- low prices, trimmed Hals, 25o up. All other goods in proportion. Mens heavy Shoes, worth now 2 25 Mens Light Congress Shoes, 1.14 Mens Fine Kid Shoes worth (iootl Heavy Drown mestic at BLEACH DOMKSTIO Fruit of Loom- Lonsdale Onr Own Knight Cambric, Lousdulo " Host Cotton Hatting 4-- "rR""C. 4 I iiijjiiririLiLiLii ga a ggygp OROCERIESfc. at 4o Hats.ss- - .70 must .MO Just as many as yon please. If Retailed Wholesale FRIOES.l o I Mrs. Alice McDanlil, Prwiilent : MUh : nnd Miss Allelic Allen, LiKt FarLi, Secretary. The snbject of Hir.ay Doioro inu aociotr in "licnnnn History." Prof. "Wittnisi lectnmt tho Society bust wcu, nml his lecture m as highly complimented by mem- fllilH. bers. pleasant spring weather Is treating a conuh. tho bent remedv beenTlio means o' starting a number has tho of is thnt which acts in tho mtnrnl way, house-boat- s enabling J'on to expectorate freely uiid ward. The on their pilgrimageswsouthhouse-boa- t enresident easily by allaying tho inntmatiou of joy life from now nutil winter. ill The tho throat aud lnupt. Chunbcrlain's average house boitman has oue distillaCough Homwly will do this and effect tion Now Orleans. When ho a prompt euro. TlionsmuU liare tcsti-flo- his northern homo from tho upper lcatcs watto ItH hupvrior exctllcuco For sale ers of the Ohio, Allegheny, and other by T. T. Swayne. eastern rivers for his journey Southward ho is all summer and fall and sometimes A KAItE rilAXCE. a portion of tho winter making the trip. Wo have nlont 80 remnants of Wall He will trudo his wares for most anysome licnntifnl ptihts contain-inj- ; thing, such us butter, eggs, rags, hides ei.oo fnini B to 8 IJoltH each, which wo nud country produce, which ho converts 1.00 w ill sell at leas than first cost. IiikTuins, Into oash by shipping them to market. 1.00 KmlKnol and Gilts from lOis to 20o per Iwlt. Is the wretched condition of 1.00 WiUiO.v's Book Stokr. the women nnd children iu Cuba horse-poweo d Iihmrv Society elect-o- d Ihcnuelvo to their hearts' delluht. At a nno nonr supper was announced Iit Uncln Chris, nud ins excellent wife.l Aunt Mary tho table fulrly groanltiKI under its load ot good thingw. A num-- 1 urr in j uuuk jhtijiiu inini iiicKinail wcro present, nnd they spenk in tho highest terms of tho host and hontchS. Tho Mississippi river is to "sporty a warship. Tho Anchor Line steamer City of Vicksburg has leen purchased by tho St. Loms Naval Reservos and will at onco lie made into u fonnldablo enft. Tho Isiit will bo called "Tho Mlssonri." She will be 280 feet long, with a lira ft of four feet; her engines r will bo 10,000 ; will enrry n gnns, to be furnishnumber of rapid-fir- e ed by tho Navy department, and two turrets for heavy guns. Tho boat will carry a crow of 210 men and will bo govt rued as aro our government war- - H. C. AMBERG. FIRST CAR JUST RECEIVEBI. V .sallBLlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa WF 03 ( HBlK -- f ISSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS- CC ilBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBKr SHmsLlBBBBmBata .TTsBBBBBsVlTLlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBViro gBi. V I I Ui I jk , ft w M 09 " kk H- bi tfl M .X aVlHUHLiBllBlllRlLflLH fl ! iV7 r l Jk A V ALL OTHER GOODS AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST ! !S ..1: i.i OhbT I v Joe Parker got his following The papers speak of a poor of middle of the mailers together butcher who bought an old mat Wednesday lu Louisville and reorganized the Populist party. P.It tress for a trifling sum nt auction The principal business was to found 19.000 inside it when he adopt resolutions denouncing opened it. He handed the money and declaring It the purpose It back to the man from whom be of the party to ran an independ inter- got the mattress, bat his creditors ent ticket fur State officers next The peoplo of Martin, Tenn , did that appeal for American year. The names of several mem-"o- f vention, tho nice thlnu when they presented the hearing of the matter, have talcen the legislature elected on fusion editor of the Martin Mail with a haud- steps to p'rocure the money for tickets appear in the proceedings soiao unite of furniture in apprecUtlon GRAVES WASTS 'EJf. or nu ; should published In the daily papers. fa-si- Legal Question. Will net Fuxe. '""" i - -- t3 H 1 X 3g O lit. TVs , Hall Hearing t-- f '- - 4B? WM 49fe 2K . V ft n. ' ft o" " -- jtk SK. G -- , eiTorts ior public enterprises but why ilid they spoil it by immediately State Senator Elmore, of Graves (olicltiuK him to become a candidata for mo lA'Kwlatnre I An editor s nsorulneM county, has been elated for the u dwarfed when tho boo for office buz-zu- wardenship of tho Eddyvillo peniin hU liat. tentiary. The present warden, When you use Chamberliln's Colic, Happy, Is a Republican aud also n Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy you Graves county man. It matters havo the sathf.iction of knowing that not which party is on ton, the after twentv-fUvears loiistimt n nml nev alO It Is tho most TXTinln.rn'iiindv tn tlm great old oonnty of GrnveB is ior oowei compmiut nuil every. I er "left out in the cold." it ts a Where ncknowliMlK to bo tho bot. For- I go nil thine to lie a cltiecn of that J le by T. T. Brrnync. ' ottuy.- h o ouu-Kei tol&mU-1i,tartM,- tbclr benefit. the moueyt Who set H8 Thk covernor approved the bill requiring circuit clerka to deliver jury lists to the sheriffs twenty All persons holding claims against the days before oourt instead of ten estate of Hardin Maddox. dee'd aro re days ns under tlio old law. Also spectfully requested to file tho samo the bill which provides that the with R. T. Tyler, proven as tho law re amount involved in a case most qulrm ; aud persons Indebted to said eS' be ns much hs $200 instead of $100 tato aro requested to make payment. before an appeal can be taken to 8. A. MADDOX, Executrix. Executrix Notice. -- UW. - .... .- i,, . in, . Vt.ua coBTl.ot.ppela.,s f' 1 4- LOCAL NEWS. lluKKim. HUhop wwwwwppwppipnntjp,i.intW THE (WASHOE hTOUK ' " r kr'' U.&i W McUxtiKL'n Just What You Want THE ONLY SHOE STOKE IX HICKMAN! WW! WITH SI'AIX inuj- ih'kih ai any ume. xaico a dally paier at 16o a wwk aud keep posted. - iiavi: Query:- - SEEN NEW V OUR n New Spring Sailors? They - will preach hi Hid. tnau, Sunday, May hih. Window Ottrtalns, 2.V, nt tho ItACKirr iJToiiE. l)ntley I. HICK.MAM Kaslivlllo American and Commercial Appeal received nt S:!50; tho St. Loni ltcpnblio and GlobtHDemocrat at 00 p. in on day or publication. Pa tiers de Ilveml promptly nny where in the city. nro 1 Heautiful 1 I 1 Spring Goods. Silks. could clined to a 1 1 If we wero on . insen-- s exhaust tho vo cabulary in speaking of our NEW SILKS. wo Jfcw or Sprin"O p :. 7 J 1 A GoO(l$s. That's tho word to describe tho pretty SILK, with Chiffon It utile, CAPES, which wo are now showing, I AV .l- .i I - niuiwa hook tilOUK, KUt It. T. Ilnrkt-r- , fourteen year a ilniR. at ArliuKtou, htu Hindu an axHljin-nien- t. of is Just what we Always Try to Have in Stock! A new nnd hfiniUnmn linn Hockm, Jrwt ncritiil, nt Kino's. cuuiuny. bnildlnu. Thi) l.nti'rprtao in urKitiK tho yonnc nun of Colunibiu to orKnnlzo a ndlitjiry OKYKIt Ium iiiuretl Into tho HucVucr ullice, April H. IXdmi, tho new Ktniatnr at Clinton, will uke cbarKo of the Clinton ,J ia lit r U not yet jviiwed Helle of Aia Flour, f3,20 per liarrel, nt II. HunuxA.N'x. Kid it A. It. Wilson will pnjich at tho MethndUt rlinreh Hiinday lmirnltiK. Quarterly iimfereiicn Sat unlay nlltt NOTHING bnt UlonVo's Candy sold by CJeyir. Tho IxtnUvlllo Dispatch prints n pictuni of Hepruu'iitativu A. O. Urnwu. It wna Iu1k.1ii1, othcrwUo fow would evtr liavu ncoKuUod it. Sir Lndiiti Hclts, lAc, iiOo and 2.V. nt IUckkt Htokk. Sl.ilor O. W. Saunders, of May field, Mildiur, it Is reixirteil. is an recruiting aoompuny for service In tho Mar villi Kuiiu. o jtay Oufflii. nml llurlnl llubca; stock nt KING'S. Hoylo Connty county conies to Iho front with a woman who otrers to sell kerself into tdavery. Perhaps that is her idea of matrimony. nice lino of Corsets for 60c, at IUckkt Stoiir. The present proRjxvt for a fruit crop (joml, tint the pnjwibllitlcji of fnt am A Don't understand us to say thnt we buy every Dick, Tom and Harry's Shoes. We go only to reliable makers for our Footwear, and ' Iroin their best thinjjb we pick our stock. fr And il takes a mighty BIG STOCK to meet tho demands made upon us ! K0 Only Good Shoes Enter Our Store! Kverythinp tho average person will waul is hero, aud we've Fixed tie Price! So as there'll bo no fault found by nny one. -- ESPECIAL Wo nr coui-plct- AgoutM !l for AUK STYLISH, W FIT, of Lovo" Juvenile Mis. sioiiir bocletv will gno nn entertain mint, "ilio-Sebchool," at tho Moth isltst church, this ecningnt 7:18. All aro conll illy luvitel to attend. 0F 10 pounils bestII.Qraunlnted Sng-afor 1.00, at Buchanan's. r Tho Troy reports that a Mr M.ithes has purchased a vast tract of woodbind .Smiles from Hickman hi tho IxXtoius, nnd contracted to furnish Abklns & Dircks with WO.000,000 fevt of lumber. Mr. Joo Kirkmtrick, of Hickman, is employed iu a Kloudykoontuttinir cw- tablUhmcnt, Tacouia, oslnugtou. Ho writes that tmmenso numbers aro pouring through thut city on their way to tho gold uiinos. Cfp A largo lot of leautiful floor Matting, nil gnidiii, at lowjiricea. II. O. Amhkro. Uut year, wider tho contract tho public raids cost Carllslocouuty f5,4.'l.l.lis, mid this year tho contract bid $.1,400. It will grow less each year was as tho roads nro put in better condition. Hob Gray, of Columbus, thinks thnt tho Columbus peoplo will I40.0O0 thU Katson from strawberries. Those truck fanners aro also trying tomatoes they have already 62,000 plants and will get more. SJL If you want to keep cool this summer, call at tho K.ioket .Store, nud haoyour measuro taken, for a Lluen Tho "R-iy- s w r, News-Bannesys-ter- Mmains! i Bargains Bargains F Never before in the history of the Dry Goods Business have the Hickman Public had the opportunity to purchase Fine Goods at such Low Prices. (Viinounce Baltzer & Dodds WE HAVE THE that they have the handsomest line of Dry Goods ever shown in Hickman. Following arc a few of the many WONDERFUL BARGAIN'S that will be at your disposal : Exclusive Salo OK THK FAMOUS Ladies IlcadyMade "American Lady" AND JfflSlllk Aft-:- mmj THE HANDSOMEST STYLES K A Jl . suit. lit AOICAK TAIIOM, Cincinnati. D. ANCONA Si CO., Chicago. Casli Shoe SI ore. ed. Sfk Call nnd get a Free Samplo of Col. T. II. Puryear, a prominent Ohaso& Kaulsirn s Famous Huston Coffee, nt II. Huchaunu's. bnslne&4 liiim of Paducuh, and n to tho tobacco peoplo throughThere has lieen so much jH'tty stealout tho PnrohoHO couutics, couiuiittod ing going on in Fulton thnt tho people suicldo Saturday, of that enterprising city hnvo determined stop Star Hnvo a nice lino of Cord Itecelv-era- , ouo to put u says to it by flogging every a telegram. caugut, Putt Howls, etc. Hackkt Stohk. DodOs Prices iu Haltzer Tho Hon. W. J. Kdriiigton, who big iidvcTlisciuent this wook, wna ouo of tho two Populist members liAJ.TV.CIl & Douds. of tho General Assembly during the will long siuitori.il contest of 1800, died Sat- row Many friends of Mr. loam with sorof tho dentil Will Fortune, urday at his homo near Hardwoll. ' who died, near Texurknun, Ark., Sun day last. Ho was a most kind hearted FItESH HULK GAKKK.N HEED. uud Onll at once, as thoy are boIur aud amiable Christian gentleman, good if a good life, hero U tho token of a fast, nt his future Li bright life in the Hereafter, IloLcosinE's Duuu Stouk. er nuil liapplei t well-know- City Council hns anthnr. lzeil tho sale of nn electric llKht franchise and Hoxernl jhtkoiis am at work to orKnnlzo a company to put in a plant. 13 nackaireK Arbnckln's Coffee, ior f i.w, at Jl. uucliauau's. Col. Ham, of Georgia, will deliver his trreateHt and best hn'tnro, at tho City Hall, in Hickman, next Thursday night, March Jllst- - Don't fail to hear liini. Br If yn,j want a bargain, como to tholtacket Stoni for Glanswm). Tho Niisln llln Hnnner wants oach volnuteer for tho Sjmnbih war to pledge himself not to accept a ensinii, but to light only for )mtriotlsm uud lovo of ronntry. 0F At King's a completo lino of ait'iuuio mm wuiuui Uiuikets, lust or-The Cadi!-- . rl Two of tho liest Tailors in tbo Country. i bT- Wo guarantee and Satisfaction., Fit RICE & NAYLOR. Into Ftrdluund Wilson, and mother of Mrs. Nauulo Atkins, dieil iu Union Cih , Snuilay last. Mrs. Wilson lived in Hickman many years ago, and was know n as a kind, noble, clirlstlan woman. The rain of sulphur In Hickmau Sunday last is erlfled by n number of citizens. It formM n thick ikim nu ponds, tul, nnd all places where wutir wasBtanding. It had a thick ycllon nnixinmuce, nud some citizens skimmed it off, dried nud burned it, uud it had exactly tho odor and nppoaniuco of sul- - Mrs. Phoobo Wibwn, widow of th" (7 rjKjSrtf ; "Model Form." ALSO, AND Lowest Prices in Hickman! Thompson's Glove Pitting Qr3Er-5iDlt?- v CORSETS. Seo our 50c Lino that others nk ?c for. IlllMtli' WOOLEN DRESS GOODS. KID About FIFTY STYLES to select from, ranging in price 98o to $G.OO From pnur. MATTINGS AND CURTAINS. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. applied, licstilts not known. Tho Now Madrid Mbuonri.ni denies 5, 10 tho alligation, bnt oxenses tho nlleg.itor thnt there nro any citizens of New Madand i.'5o counters f rid who havo BpauLsh blood In their A grown danghterof Mr. Jeff Jones, veins, of Ml. Ararat, Ublon county, was bitteu bv a mad dog, lust weok, uud curried to Cm. All kinds of Building Material WiHsllaud Mills, where u mad stona win on liiiud. Lnmlicr, Doors, Sash, UhniU, - FHKSII F11UIT8 received at Geyer's. Hnvo you seen Bluw'a r.unts, un, iocKs, iiiuges, etc. H. C. AMncno. Dyersburg, Tenn., hail another big tiro Saturday night. Tho tiro broke out in tho niiiehiui) nnd ehiolo store of Walker llros tV; Co., aud damaged it to tho extent of $0,000 -T NEW TniNGS and stylish patterns nnd In Wood Carving uud finish. Call and seo my handsoinu now Furniture at KING'S. SJuIIoiim Pnlnt. wnuo. Tho only STRICTLY PtJRB ItcMliIcnt'o for (Sale. Mixed Paint ever brought to Hick-mnGall nnd seo the enormous , A nlco Realdoiico, rooms and stock. Prluos from $1.00 per galpanleu ami other convoiileiiciM. lon up, nt Near In Rood reiulr. lloLcoMHE's Duua Store. Apply to MUS. T. WEU3IAN. ' suro-onoug- h 500 Wo wish to state For Only. that we will haic a man hero on March noth to taxo your uie.isun mctit for a suit or Pair of Pants, representing tho lartrcst strictly tailorim- - house lu tho U. S. Ho sum aud seo his sampUii Ualtgu & IXuu. Tlio Sheriff of Now Madrid count.i Mo., who came to Hlekmau lastwuk exictlug to capture tho negro who as sanlted Cnnstnblo Sluulo lloudersou, empty handed, tho City Marhal of Hloknian having been conipolled to turn him loonu lu tho aUsuuco of any preferroil charges. Tho Tiptonvlllo iTOhS offers to HW.OO to aid in building tho Obion uud Tiptonvlllo Hapld Tr.uwtt H. It. Tim peoplo of Lake county li.no tho proposed rood under consideration Unless tho signs fall our Teimc..eo neighbors will havo tho extension of a railroad boforo a great men Lot Fancy China Matting, Kegnlar price 20c for lGc 1 Lot Fancy Now Style Mut- ting, worth 25o for 20a 1 Lot Fnnoy Now Fnttorns, prico 30 anil 35o for 2oo LACE OUKTAINS, 3 yds lotic, worth $1.00.. .for 7Co Be anre autl aeo onr bettor crailes, prioo rnnclne from 81.00 to 93.50. 1 We hnvo just added a lino of Ladies Mtialiu Underwear. triinmod with Laoo CJowiu anil Embroidery from 50o 3I.G0 to Ladloa Drawers, trimmed with Embroidery aud Tacks, 75o from 2fio to with Corset Covers, trimmed OR ...l..Al.l.n .t tn uuui iu Kt llioe Hull Clliumiucij, 1 Olaek and Fancy Woolen Dresa Goods in Solid and Fancy Stripe consistinc of tho UYADEKK 8TUIPES. the very latest on the market. GLOVES. Do not fail to eeo onr line of Keady-made- to match cheaper aud better than you oau hny nnd make. SASH AND SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES! . This is a new lino we have just added to oar stock ' Plain hommed and hemmed stitched Mieete, with Pillow case TIES, Gcnuino Frenoh Kid Gloves, 2 clasp, emb'irri' backs, reg price 91 25, as long as they last We have the new things in Ladies' Ties and Sashes, Itoman and Bjadero stripes, and Scotch plaid 75o with fringe edge. For Six Days Only, commencing Monday morning at 7 o'clock, ending Saturday night. One Balo REMNANTS yard wido blenohed Domestic worth ou and Go, tor One lot 10-- SHEETING, bleached nnd brown Domestic, best Bake, worth 20c, 25o, for 1 Brown Domestic, REMNANTS 3c One baleofvalue for yard of the best makos, good styles 3C nnd One lot CALICOES, one wido hoavy Co "" So Co loc in fancy and shirting prints, worth and 6c for ' o-i-- Qn !1 kiteh-en- OoUi-ko- . msg Tclcphono No. 05. sisfii fe 4mm'Gbtaxaggsk ms sa ess oe IsSfcecjr- - lf m' A DOCTOR'S DIRECTIONS. They save a daughter from blindness. FIFTV-FIFT- II CONG II ESS. KENTUCKY LKGISLATURE llegnlar Mesalon. Piivxkimht, March Id. Tho legislative ses slon of IM'S Is u thing of tho past. Tho gavel, Due NOT AN ART ELEVATOR have rapped for Iho lust llmo and tho IcgUla the general calendar, Ihe senato began tho tors aro returning to their constituents. 7 consideration of iho measure providing for a o'clock Tuttsday night rommlttcca wcrt At apI.lttlo national system of iuarantlne. pointed by tho senate nnd liousO to notify tho rending ol tho Mil n s aeeumpllsheil, mat tney were ready to tho governor some desultory illcusslon recurring on an adjourn. committees visited The n10 no nmemlment ofTen-- hv the commltlee, but governor and ho Informed them that progess lelng rnado on tho general hllL 1 he had no further communication m lldlsK -- Tho house ngree.1 Wolnewlay lo iHin.hill 1'h,hnnuiil,ILil,Min,lnlMI .m.I .. consider the bill for tho relief of the legal 1i Itronston moved that ' o'clck Senator v heirs of the victims and surtliorsof tho Malno the senato adjourn si no die, and when er as soon as tho post pfllco appniprla. Chairman Uocbcl put tho question everytlon Mil, which was taken c? In tho house body voted yea, ixcept Doorkeeper Hob "Is Tuesday, Is out of ihn stay. During the general When father writes that ypiiti ou the a common expetlence lo have pr. Ayer'a Tyler, who voted "No" In n loud voice, ho can harsapatltln prescribed by a phyalclan. ties medicine In the woiljl." dehnteonihopostonieo bill members eagerly said to cmphaslro his regret over the cutIt I. a common experience lo tee a "com. inu .nm.ihlnir for seeminc cxirava. took ahantuge of tho latitude clloweil In coin. ting off of his per diem. Tho legislature srance In Ihe statement II ou know that plcte cure" follow the use of a few bottlea 1 mltteoot Iho whole on the state of the union to pasted something liken) bills, tho larger num. purl! thl great lortU the medicine o praised, ciued a to her ofllrcniMe.it blood specific ing medicine. of discuss inrlous Hilltlenl questions Mid tho di I) a for all forma In tho governor's hands, tier of which are still daughter of disease and restored a i bate iirconllugly eoiertMawldoranso. Messrs. anil he may npprovoor veto thctn at his leu. the eyesleht nearly lot. The best tned. blood disease. If Mood, Dr.has lis origin In bad Ayer's Hare, impure Orlggs (dem., tla.) and Wolkcr (rep, Mass.) fclne In the world lor ou Is the medicine apailla,oracting directly on the blood, re. uro In tho ten days, Tho session's work cure. jou. There cen't be anything inorlrnr ll.euel the rotulltlins of theacotton Industry can not bo next properly Judged till the governor nml giving to It tetter. No medicine csn do mote than vltalii lugits Impuritiespromptly eradicate and Mr. Tanner (rip., Minn.), inemlcrof Iho passes on tho numerous bills stilt In his hand., cnctgyi will cute. That 1 why JohnS. Ooode. of tht disease. ways nnd means eommltteo, replied to the A number ot Important bills have bcin passed. (Jrrick, Mo., writes In these strong tcimsi speech of Mr. Johnson (rep., Ind.), made some 1 The great feature of Dr. Ayer's fUrsapa. 1 Is the radical cures that result from " Ir. Ayer's Sarssparltls I, Ihe best medrllla time ago. na to the advisability of anneslng tho icine In the world. My daughter had a Its use. Many medicines only suppress llavallan islands. takinc Ho Transferred alter the meale, due to obliged disease they push the pimples down relape to the United rVts.tr Wasiii.notois, March 17. -- Senate -- lluslne.s To under the skill, they paint the completion cold. She was nearly bllnd.and was tSotrrninrnt Mi Vvlll Join lbs North H In the legislative session of tho senato Weil-nesdto remain In a dark room nil the time. with subtle arsenical compounds. but the American (Squadron. I could Rive her no relief, one diseae rages in the veins like a pent up tho passage or a few Has conflneitto The doctora Lu.Niio.si, Mnreh 18. The wnrslilp of them directed me to jrlve her Ayer's fire, and tome day bleaks out In a vol. bills, Inrgcly of n local character. Too naTwo bottlea cured lie r com. came eruption that eats up the body. tional quarantine Mil hs not considered. AlunKonns, built for llrazil but purplelely." Aer'a bsrsaparilla goes to Ihe root. It UorSB The sl offlec appropriation bill, chased by lliu Unlieil btntcs, vvlll bo makes the fountain clean and the watets lo the are clean. It makes the root good and which was teehhlrnlly the subject before Iho formally transferred The thousands of testimonials to the United house, wraa olmovt lost track of In Iho debute value of Dr. Ayer'a Saraaparilla repeat the fruit Is good. It gives Nature the Uritvo-sen- d. over and over again, In one lorm or another elements she needs to build tiplhebroken As on Tuewlay numerous topics States government l'rldny ttt the expression! "The doctor pave her down constitution not to brace It up w 1th Idvutcnnnt Comiimndcr Colvvell, wcrcdlseusctl, but Wednesday for the llrsl no relief ; one of them directed me to stimulants or patch It tip on the surface. time tho Oibaii'Spanlsh question, which the United States naval attache liere, 1 Eire her Dr. Aver'a harsaparlllu. Two Send for Dr. Aver'a Curenok, and learn had leth kept In the background hereCottlea completely cured her." more about the cures effected bv this will receive the ship front her llrnzllian tofore, forged to tho front. Mr. t"pchrnn (dem.. common experience to try Dr. sent Iter, en request, by tht remed. It's It la a commander. A crew from the San Ayer'a Baraaparilla as a laat resort. It Is J, C.AcrCo.. Lowell, Mass. Mat brought the question Into the arena and Francisco vvlll then bo lunrchcd on In tho eourso of the debate that followed Mr. HE HATED TO LIE. Orosvenor (O.) took occasion to deny emphatboard, the llraziltan Hag will be hauled HE MEANT WELL. THE INGENIOUS MAN. ically the stories atlont to tho effect down, and the "llraziltan sailors will be A Superior rionrrr Hln that tho president desired an early ad1 to Ills ot Him Into journment of concrc.s In order that landed. "Vns Forgotten In lime Bat Ilia Cnrelceaneae Illi Invention Tho executive, oftlcer ot tho cns William Thomas is a negm whose remark with might effect a settlement ho Trouble vtlth Ilia Ulrl. of Heed. aim Tho subject will probably tnho co.rj, able only in llle la lo, llliiieraii cirviiin.wjm.T. hrancl .taauilln'-waa. srery lne.er.lous K young itcnUeman. wtoa gallantry was (Mlcnnftrcnslonat interference. n. Tt w the truth. William i was Indicted annesallnn also came in for more ma ml of tho Amazonna and she w If tell made an invention which was ol great value. largely jit excess of his ecuuiary means, of llaw-allaby the next to me last grami jury tor iiinu Mr. Williams (dem. Miss. Mr. attention. lie tlioueyfit so. at Jrast, it the world rlld nof, sought to remedy this defect andexpensive Adams (rep. I'a.) and Mr llcrry (dem. Ky). sail lor liio united States m stieedj . larceny, and he was brought from jail this date the una ne n.ni ins invention patented. Jt monev reouiiiil for the niirchaseof morning to le airaigned " Thomas has vv hat svs n combination camp-stoo- l, cane and non era ny arranging witn n garacner to ici nil member of tho foreign nRalrs committee, aa povslble, under sealed orders, iase k) he The ranc vat the tuiiil form of the him have n bouquet from time to time in re- tnudespccclHSon Iho subject, tho former In ktipposcd she is colnjr to the N$th is termed a "tough plead guilty agrjed with ami mcitc the pniseciitor to opposition and tho two latter In favor of tho American station, where licr crcwAfnn invention. At a big parade nothing could be turn for his cast-oi- l clothe-i-. the minimum seiitente two jisirs in the proposition. more convenient, ami for an ordinary, unexIt thus happened one day that he received le reinforced. lenitentlary. pected, rainstorm, what could be better? a bunch of the iniM beautiful ro.es, which InWasiiinotox, March Ifc Senate-Hil- ls Tho Amnzonas had just liecl "Stand up, Thomas," said .IihIkc W oUord. A man is sure to have lira walking stickivith he at once scut olT to his lady love. In sure troduced Thursday To authorlrc the erection "Are on guilt) or not guilty'" and coaled for her trip tJ lira bim. anticipation of a friendly welcome he called of a statue of the late President Lincoln at ".ludge, answered the man, with a sigh, It was not so very long after the Invention at the house of the lady the same evening Gettysburg, I'a.. to cost f.v,M, the statue to ziL The I'nlted btntvs ffovernmeDt "I do hate to tell a lie, but I guess 1 II have had been perfected that the min Mm out and im not a lilllc surprised at the frosty be erected by n commission competed of tho purchased all these supplies. to. I'm smlty." walking with his wife, and a sudden shower reception he met vv itli. secretary of war, Ihe commander of the army, "Oh, vou hate to tell He. do vou! I "You sent trie a note' to day," the young the governor of !'cnn)lvanl.t and tho comcame un. There were no cars accessible, nnd mTzo NAS, won't let any man plead guilty if he thinks the only thing to do wan to run, and the lath' rvinaikcd, after n pause, in the most mander of the U A. It; to prohibit rnllroitd II i unlucky pair did this with a vengeance, frigid tones. companies from charging more than three cents Heeeutly l'lirehssnl I'miu the llratlllin he innocent. You stand trial."attorney .This was exaitly w hat William's reaching the house hot, uncomfortable, and Oiiverniiienl, Mill Hear Ihe Nmeof .Srii did "I a note?" he inquired, in blank aston- per mile for carrying passenger, through the not want. ishment. tlrleaiis, pretty wet. Indian territory! to authorlie the construction "Your honor," ho said, "this man Is not " ell, we are hefe at last," paid the man, "Certainly: along with some flowers." of a gunboat on the great lakes to take the Washington, March Ui "ecretari did not mean "To be sure I sent you some flowers." orawinu a long breath of relief. place of the United Mates ship Michigan, and Lonp issued ad order Monday that accustomed to court wais. lie that." "And there was a note inside slo you still to cost, exclusive of armament, not to exceed "Yes," said the wife, disconsolately, "hut "That's right, judge. I never was in I think I have ruined my ncwlionnct. And, mean to deny it?" ISsi.uOAt I o"clock tho consideration of Iho thu Amazouasv thu cruiser recent from court before, and I don't think I quite sot With thce words she handed the John Smith," she added, suddenly, with a national quarantine bill was resumed. Tho purchased nt Nevve.istle-on-Tyn- u little scream, "what do vou think you have snninascrapof inner, on which the conference report on tho agricultural bill wns the llrazillan foverument, shall bear "You ntiy not undorstand nitnli law," redone? You had that old invention of vours following words were written: "Don't for adopted, Altera brief executive session the the name of New Orleans in honor ' torted the court, "but jou know whether umbrella affair in your get the old troucrs you promised mc thf tennte at 4:3U adjourned until Monday. the principal city of lmislaiui. Ttl you went into that store and stole thosa Tit-Itithand all the time ready for an emergency, other day." IIotsK No political questions were disCKraphlc instruction1 were sent to goods." yes, and forgot to use it." cussed In tho nouc Thursday. The whole ses"Oh, sir, I done that." llonie-SeeUrThe man tells the story, and thinks, it la r.scurslnna. tlic naval ollicer In eoinniaud of sion was dexoled strictly to the post ofhco ap"Two j cars. Kansas (My Star. a great joke. X. Y. Times. On April 5th and 10th, the Chicago, Mil. propriation bill which wastakenupfor amendjthc vessel, who will take Immediate traukee A St. Paul H'y will sell round-triment under the fHo minute rule. The quessteps to earry them Into effect. New GAINED , 2a POUNDS IN 5 WEEKS i.Mumon tickets (good 21 das) from tions w hleh consumed the major portion of the To Core Cold In One liar Milwaukee and other points on iti lime related to the allowance for clerk hire at Orleans was chosen as the name ot tin Take ISromo QuinineTableta. All line, to a great many points warship acquired from the sister r in South and post offices amr to rural freo delivery. Tho Macomb, III. From the druggists refund money if it fails to cure. '25 North Dakota and other western and south- hcuso Increased the allowance for rural free public of South America for tho ri-.- i Alderman !oui W. (.'amp, of ourcil), western states, at greatly reduced rates dcllrery from tlM.0 0 to tto.oo and defeated son that ousiana is one of the vert quite astonished his Iriemls of late, by a has reVavr many petitions lavo you signed lake a trip west and see what an amount of the proposition for Increased cleric hire. He ha. gamed few states of the union not repn markable gnu without knowing what they were all about? good land, can le purchased for the least Wasiiimiton. March 10. Se.vatb Not In scntcd in tho nnvy at this time. There 22 iotinds in fire weeks. Those of his friends money, information ns to rates, session. Jiurai sevy lorhcr. who do uf his mckncK sever i. will readnot know the facts following was quite n contest nmon routes, prices of farm lands, etc., may be witli interest the House oMaincd on application to anv coupon tick- post office The house spent another day on the other cities' to havo the new warship appropriation bill, but onlydl.posod "i was broken down in health ami utterly Kxnlosions of roughing arc stopped by et agent or by addrexsing the following of two pages of the bill. Most of the day was mined in their honor. Albany, N. Y . miserable," said Mr. Camp to our rcorter Hales Honey of Ilnrehound and Tar. named persons: V. K. Powell, Hcn'l Imunable to work much of the tunc l'ikc'i Toothache Drops Cure in one minute. migration Agent, 410 Old Colony Dldg., Chi- Oevotcd to a debate on the merits of the pneu- Providence, It 1., and HtitTalo, N. Y "1 was badly and so atllicted with a form of stomach matic tube mail service In New York, lloston advancing their claims quite strcnu cago; II. , Hunter, Immigration Agt. for and Philadelphia, and tho advisability of controuble that life was a veritable nightmare. people always laugh nt the first man to outn lAikota. 'J91 Dearborn 8t.. Ch otco.or tinuing tho existing contract. An effort to ouily. "1 tried various remedies, but during the follow a new fashion, nnd at the last one to Oeorgo II. lleafford, General Passenger strike out the appropriation six months of my sickness I obtained no of f.'3.0U adopt it. Atchison Globe RAPID FIRE GUNS. Agent, uucago, Illinois. relief. 1 had nlwavs Ken a robust, healthy was defeated, but tho opponents of the appropriation In securing tho Twrlvfl tlrtlrretl Krmn tlif. Armstroncs- - man and sitkuesa liore heavily ukii me. succeeded Purely. Often after 10, 15, 20 years' stif. An Ohm minister objects to skating on the adoption of an amendment providing that no "About two vcars ago I was advised totry 1'Mrt l'ayiiient on tho llrnsilljau v,vares- fcring, St. Jacobs Oil cures rheumatism. ground that it has a tendency to promote additional contracts should be made An Dr. Williams' Pink 1'ills for Pale People. backsliding. Chicago Daily News. I purchased one Ikix and received so much amendment was adopted making It a misdeWashimito.v, March IS. Tho lirst benrfit that I used Ave more and wns enHow to dissolve bones feed the children meanor for any person to "pod" the malls duron corn meal, fat meat, pic and cake. Hural tllsbursemeut under the recent act o' tirely cured, I gamed twenty No mistake. Thousands have been rnred ing the period when the malls are being weighIvcw lorkcr. Promptly of neuralgia by St. Jacobs Oil. ed to determine the comcnsat!on to be paid to congress appropriatino; S.0,tWO,000 for five weeks, Since I stopped taking the pilli tho railroads for their transportation. Tho the national defense has been made bv 1 nave scarcely hail an acue or pam . .. n amendment was recommended by the depart.OVER-WROUGH- T the treasury department on an execu ment. NERVES OF WOMEN. tlve onler for 30,000 pounds sterlini; Wakiiinoton, MarchSi PrxATE After ihn Extracta Prom Lotters Rocolvod by Mrs. PInkham. tran.actlon of mo routine business Monday, or SH5,VJa to In! cabled to Iondoii to thu credit of Sir William Arm Mr. llaeon(Ua.)lntroducedanamcndmcntwhIch 8 n,erTons nnd wretched." the resolution "I feci as if I should fly." How familiar ho announced he would offer to of thellawalln strong in part payment for VI rapid 1 providing for tho annexation UWfM expressions arc. Little things nnnoy you nnd make you irritable. You Islands to the United States. Tho amendment lire cutis, iiicluUitiL' mounts and am v 1 -can't sleep, you aro unable to lift ordinary burdens, and provides that the resolution shall not be effec- inuntion. Thu purchase price iuclu I. IKr i-- V- J- v n ii n w t 1 fi tive until two questionot annexation shall have tnsj inovinta etc., is fat, OOO for each smujecx. xo dizziness. tho electors In been That bcarlngwlown (sensation helps to make you waii submitted to inequalities!affirmativelyof Ha- Ctiii, or Sl.VJ.OOO forthe treasury addition by to this payment and pasted upon depart Is the same which Mr. Iccl miserable. them. The amendment I riday will cable uothschilds at You havo backache and pains low down Ilacon offered to the Hawaiian treaty and ment London 51.CSO,0Jl in full payment for which Is still pending. Mr. Allen (Neb.) se )i In the side, pain in top of bead, later on cured the passage of a resolution calling upon tho llrazlliim cruiser Aina.onns, and infrrriVuliit tht AUtrmsn. )N-- w rat base of tho brain. "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills restored me to tho secretary of tho Interior for Information I n imrt intvmeut for thu AlironiiH. Tlui Such n condition, points unerringly to as to the number of all cias.cs of insloner, j.j rap(.flro aru for tl,c u60 tho hrsltli, and 1 most heartily recommend Including the percentage nf tnn and 1rnnif.ll I tnerp. K. serious uterine trouble. wur dcpartnietit. on tho pcuslon rolls. L. W Camp on oath says that the fore-coin- s and children, .aLLH aBaW If vou had written to Mrs. Pinkhnm Several bills of carriedImportance were pased. minor statenunt is true. BROWN PRISMATIC POWDER. W W. MKLOA.V. Xotarr Public. when you first experienced Impaired House The house Monday passed the bill Follonins is the phvsieian's certificate as vitality, you would liavo been for the relief of the survivors and victims of Lsrcest sliicl- - Onlrr Ksrr lllsrn b tho Mr. I amp's present condition: ' reimburses tho tlfivrrnmeiit ui the I'lirlllo Coast. the Maine disaster spared these hours of surviving officers and Tho bill tho losses they I am of rriniwly men for Santa Cni'z, CnL, March 19. The Macomb. a McDonough licensed physicianhave I ! awful sulTcrinp. Comity. Ill, sustained to an amount not to exceed a year's California powder works received orry recently examined Mr I.. W Camp as Happiness will be pono sea puy and directs Ihcpayment of a sum equal out of yourlifeforevcr, my to n year's pay to the legal heirs of those who ders from the navy department on t his centralIx-physical condition, and find t'e same to - all that could I desired, Wednesday for debaty lierlshed. There was; quite sister, unless you net promptly. Procure over an amendment suggesteda spirited Cannon brown prismatic :;,Ol)J,O0J jvounds of l petite and digestion (rood, sleeps well. by Mr. powder. Thursday 'mI has all the evidences of Mna in a zooj Piukliam Yegetulilo aaaaaaaaaaLaLBsH Lydia u, and lcgln sits ue, thenCompounil to give tho survivors each a year's pay o out of the same concern received an order for 1 ritsual condition write to hand Instead of attempting lo rclmbur-- them 200.000 pounds of tho same kind of at once, SAM'L M'SSEIX, M I). Mrs. Plnhham.nt Lynn, Mass., if there is for actual lottos, borne old alleged scandals powder Sibseribed and sworn to before me this your case you do not In connection with the reimbursement of together,for immediate delivery. These, 3Ch div of September, 1M17 anything about of the Sumoan ditaster tho survivors make the largest single order W. W. MKI.OA.V, .Votary Public. In tho understand. was raked up, but the ilebaic for powder ever given by the United Iks nfrald to tell her tho end wms saved from a rather sordid tone by a You need not government on this coast. In the llnap Clef. dead by States the things you could uot explain to the doc. beautiful tribute paid to shortgallanteloquent About six months will bo required to h'verj' musician has the idea that If he Mr. Cousins (In.) In a but tor, your letter is been only by women speech. He aroucd tho galleries to sintan--ou- s fill these orders, even with tho addicon-c- nt to lower him.vlf t'j do it, applauso when he said that while the vultand is absolutely confidential. Mrs. tional machinery now in course of con- he could write a successful iiopular sorirf. oicr the I'inhliam's vast experience with such ures might te watching tho belated dark waters struction. Previous orders for smoke- fcumen'dlc Journal. dead, alwvc troubles enables her to tell you just of Havana harbor for eye was watching for less powder will keep tho works runall the eagle's plenlng is best for yon, and fchu will tho truth. The rcmainler of the day was oc- ning utAliclr full eupauity for a year. firsiEor Ohio, s Citt or Toledo, II what l.i . Coi.srr. cupied In the consideration of the old claim ot charge you nothing for her advice. rank.l. Cheney 111.1l.es oath that he is tlic i:irctric Plant at Itlpler. John Hof'h. the ship builder, for IXIl.uuO. No s. n.r pirtnrr of the firm of K .1. Chrney Mns. .Ir..N:.lt: Bieulv, Youngdale, Kiplcy - ' o , doing business in the tit v of Toleilo. 18. HtPlxY, O.. March The action was tuken upoi the claim. Pa.,xvritcs: Gas Light and tokc Co. will put In an ( - untv ami Mute nfuirs-iiil- , and that sani "Dear Mns. Pixkhaw: Will you ltlndly allow mo the pleasure of expressing THE ARSENAL or Une llundrisl electric plant. Local and foreign com- in win siy tin-sttmy gratitude for tho wonderful relief I have experienced by taking your Vegefur each and every rase of 1 atnrrh that Might panies have nttempted to secure franAlius., Kiln ti. n.it be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh table Compound. 1 suffered for a long time with nervous prostration, back-nch- e, At Yv'atcrtown,tluns fur I'uget Under u street-lightin-g Sound. force chises, but tho ten-year- s' C l'KAMCJ chi:nkv. headache, loss of appetite, a heavy bearing-dow- n feeling, also burning Watmitow X, Mass., March tli Tho contract held by the gas company smrn to lieforc mcanil subsrrilMsl in my pains in llie groins. 1 could not sleep, xva3 tired all the time, hail no ambition I'nited Statts nrsenal Mondav niiriit has been thu stumbling block to in- pi'M-rico- , A. D. this Cth day of Dee, mln-rA. W.(iU'AMN l.uo was a burden to me. The pains 1 suffered nt times of menstruation were 'was run under u night force for the vestors. First Itsfular Srs.lnn. WA'IIISiiton, March III -- SrxATH- After tho passage, Tuevlar ot numerous WUs from diee tht theTmazonas IMcturea. In Ihe art student shook her headbarkwhimfrom protest. She has lust come sical ix tears' study In the Paris studios, where of being n talented, die had the reputation and ambitious notktr. .. . two words cniphasl.o a DCccsslty I nin glad to be at home again, she These nml indicate n remedy. id. but rvertUHly l(l.c mints so sen ,.k over irre. At east UiO Kit art stu SpniNO tho season when tho blood is hey naven l tlic pint a, togei tuna do. most Impure ns n result of tho winllig AMJ11' Oil flfSt .l..n .1 till llOttoni ahll every Trcnchm-iter's closer confinement, higher livmiplcs In a way that ii fill-id uks pcrfeetlv natural; but they are aw ing, slower action of the kidneys pud ideals. Tl.ey belong to clubs busy with liv er; w hen humors of all kinds, bolls, r elevating all sorts of things. I've been uit.mliolctl on every corner iy pimples mid eruptions are most liable jvno mi me to join chilis. The tUy 1 got into to uppenr; when thu weak, languid tnv stuilin come of my old friends tame to with before 1 condition of the whole bodily struchad tn- me, girls wrnt abroad. They all looked deadly seriture demands mid welcomes help. ous, stiil of them struck it Curtius dedicating-i.hte tit liia country poso nnd said sol- - Mi:tK'i.sK that to which the millions nin.j turn at thin season Hood's Sarsapa-rlll" Margaret, we need you You must help Thu original and unity prepus . ii iie.vmernannri. head n pillow aration especially adapted to tlic presjtit tucked hanged behind my going if do. I'm sml sau! 'I'll lie ent nerds nt the human family-- ; that unt pictures,' t which makes the blood pure ami I I hi v ste teinblv disappointed In me. clean, ns shown by Its thousands of n t breakfast until ten. I tnn't do honest forte, on less than r.l work, with my wonderful cures of dread fill blood l.n hours' sleep, ami so I take It; but it diseases; creates an appetite and stems nobody can olevats art and sleep in rurcs dyspepsia, ns shown by its I'm will. tig lo give up my the mornings. "jnagii'toiich"liiall stomach troubles; swell studio and go over on Tenth avenue to I please rather In e in one room and work as steadies and stteiiglhens the nerves, than paint things I don't believe in Iwcause ns proved by people formerly nervthev vmillil sell; but I'm Using what nerve ous, now culm uiul I have on mv work, and so the girls fiir-th.nk am tinregeiierate. C'hib me no clubs.. thanks to Mv . ul is a maul stick." X. Y. bun. a. tllrl Who Wns Satisfied, to faint Spring Medicine Only those who Lavo been relieved of great suffering eon fully appreciate tho gratitude with which tho testimonials overtlow written Iu favor ot Hood's Sarsnparllla. Just read this: merit becamo very strong. About two years later I had a running sore on my foot. It developed Into cryslpelns ntul nftcctcd tho entire limb. At that tituo , I was Vory Much Run Down, aa I hod been troubled with dyspepsia. Tho drain on my system wns so severci nnd my stomach was so wrnkl became t ready victim of innlarln. 1 f rnred I could never regain my health. My llcdat the simplest food, nnd thu medicines prescribed for me gave but llttlerellef. Isrnt for nbottloof Hood's) Sarsnparllla, and I had taken this medicine but three dajs when 1 begnu to Improve. Continuing with it, 1 am now bettor and stronger thnn 1 cvrrrxprcN rd to be. It tins purified my blood nml given good circulation, I havo had mi return of my old troubles since." Miih. Hood's Sarsa-pnrilW. Kanm. Media, Pa. atom-achrcla II II- , lll - 111 II .. bt ia "C. I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Mass.: Tho Modlclno For You "Oentlemeni "My first experience with Hood's Sarsaparilla was when 1 llecause of what 11 has done fornthers; because you might this spring to taker used it ns n tonic and spring medicine. w hlch Mill do you the most good. It tlitl me so much good my faith In its ero lle H limes. kin? lilobe, where aslungton ---- J5 America's (Itvntost Medicine, rwsms- - It etireis when nit others fall. Oft Proved. Money has wings as is frequently shown by Iheis In tho stock market. Philadelphia You know what vou say alxitit your poor Wi that s the way jour folks who Ihvvo money taik about you. Atihison A woman's idea of the best plasterins Is the kind you rxn drive a nail tutu any- s Sarsaparilla ll urs to gel Hood'K. tti; lis TUC I IIL IIUUII DIICUTnTucliniJnilC ' "" IILUIIUIIIL. AUTHENTIC AND THOROUGH ARTICLE. i W thea 100,000 Prospectors this Year- -Is there Room lor Them? The Best Routes to Dawson Gltu, and what to take The Methods ol MlnliiQ, and all about the Alaskan Countru. TUB riRST Wuitr-tion- THROUGH" TOURIST SLEEPERS To I'lirlland, Urn- With Thirty Co - forl'iiK't "oudiI llnslnsM s. By S. S. Buvh, Prctidtnt oi tht Chllkool Pu L Ptll, D. D. jou' from Kansas t'ltv via Penser. scenic Colorado. Salt bake a r,i rat f ratnre rxitso.s-ai.l- t for general northwest travel Writs U WsKtlxr, U. P. A., lit. ImuU, Mo. cos. in via llurllngton Itoute. from Bt lamia, Tiinispsii THE PREVENTiToF LYNCHING, Th Problem In th Southern States. Hy Edward nm. llesiicrs"oMlioeitstin W. THE BLOWING UP OF THE BATTLESHIP Spain and" the United State,. "MAINE," Sanjue rrlieinita-t- he young woman who uses the iliun Ii toadveitiseheriievvclotl.es. llural New Yotkcr. Illi, XV lint splrmllil CnrTrr. Mr. OotHlnan, Williams Co., III., writes. "From one ivatkage Salter's (irrman Collee Perry costing 15c I grew M) lbs. of brttcr colfi-than I ran buj in stuns at 30 cents a THE ZOLA-DREYF- AFFAIR, Another St. Dsrtholonvew's Day? Interview, with ZoU. Norihu and DrumonL SILVER IN THE NEXT CAMPAIGN, These article,, and fifty more, art In tht iiicght A ptckage of this and big need catahsrue is sent vou by John A Saber Seed Co , Ij Cronse, Vts , upon receipt of Ktrcnts stamp and this notice. Send for same lb" MARCH No i REVIEW OF REVIEWS. ate American should miss it. IrisfnunlrT rhrstrlsn Iswyt-- r rUrsTiusa lb Usillaiai bsss, wlib -- iart; a bmiOrril aM imrtraluab-pielarv- ll Tb1saiastilil laTslaalle fur tbstntf-- nvnt farsacr Hsiiirsail ssrrr uKiiitb. s. Very fivr oopIe rare to I undertakers, yet a great iiunv are willing to tun funerals. Washington Democrat. There is no reason why a cxlico dre-- s should not look as vvcil as a stutf dress if it properly made. Oft a mie of Simpson's Print and )ou ran find nut lung to nptal it ol in quahtv, brilliancy of color or design. The name Wm. Simpson & Sons on I I'KKSIOrjMT O ATI!5, OP IOWA COl I.Ktin. Mrs " Ttiers iswe bs trsmd h ss E' sh Uacwct so trllrUr.t aa IsterrrrUtlcsKt rssMi-- t cehsr rarrtnt Hlsrsnirs h IS' s Xkl eserts la trerr rail K I ifcwj Rf.lr- c Resits ss ths btrst atl HISIIOP JOHN II. VINCIlNTl t- -t rw tsisy rrua sat, tabs fanuiurs.th t.St lunwitU la neansrf sJj tm lima.-TII- U ttt - tho ticket hare. Is the best guarantee sou ran UsTH rHANCIU C WILI.AKI). ll(ll5liavT WOHI tl'3 U', C. T. Ul ' The csiMst outlocs vltjcv m Cktlsmvlore les-- tsisr rcr hos.sM U tea vhat oeid. ' Is rcs"t cai lh CVKU5 MOKTIIKOP. - U 0., I'HMIIir.VT UMVTBITV OP MIM:OTAl n Utocs Ik Tk. n.-t- tv cf Ftetlsws Ii InsaKutW M va thsa srr cstmr rsiblK-tk- x, A man wouM rather spend five dollars foolishly than to lose a nickel through a hole iu his pocket. mitt Into cUTurfuMcstktl'-llIN h THIS Ihs lto IKD-I- r.e vurl al csk, ' SEND 25 STAMPS FOR NUMBER CONTAINING THE KLONDIKE ARTICLE. 4i,!m Sore and stiff? Cold. St. Jacobs Oil the Cure. It warms and relaxes. A hind separator not letting your right hand lnow what your left U dom. .ltur! New Y orker. Humped and bent, fame bark did it Straight and sound. St, Jacobs Oil did it. WjImL li (MV NlB H MSnFP WkS'i v,l ir .V.Mfi YiNJl Special Oiler to Readers of this Advertisement : The retubr price; of th Review of Reviews it J20. Ve will und the ma.i:ine to readers ol this super on a trial subscription for six months for 91. oo. Cut out lhi coupon. AJJrrjj THE i REVIEW OF REVIEWS We can't see the benefit lir learning to vork ptiulea Washington Democrat. f ,,, eec?e r i i CASTORIA M&M$&1 iMiniinif rwrrmi iirn ifM rl$( rcoi-osiTios CO., 13 Aitor Place, NEW YORK CITY. $em$ ., 31.00 FOR YOUR PHOIOBRAPH. r vvMIME For Infants .ind Childron. mam and The Kind You Have Always Bought ,, i. . gQl'AlTVINn WiaKCrilTiriCATI-JlWilts ns 1st H- i- lone you hsrp useil or oil lr Mtaw'iis sViuasr litis Hlnr, mil Msle 1'lscasrs It curr.1. SJ (.lie nsmrs of i It curc.l, tlh Msis Ihn illrTrrrpra Utw-Its strsnjtri sol action st.. Itin I'n'iiftti anj acU". ' '""Use's Wlnm-Cirltit. t'3 rrcl ct lnir tncloslns; re rrrify ls-- n rhulutts(!i ste will snit jvU tUuikttiSiussr Uau v!ua (KHi:tJ. AS'cC table TVcpwation for As -simHntlng LScToodaiuiHcCuli-tin- g the Stonacha ondJJovvU of Bears the Signature of lomolcsTHgcsh'oaChecirul-ncs- s Not NAiic otic. v- Opium.MorphlnO nor MincraL M The Kind AVrlta ut 1st Hosr lone Jou has inonrr, DKilorsoli) Ur l. A. Himmon. I.lrsr Cnl Ktatn IlUrasrs It eutr J. Mills nstnsscif tliosrurrI, ,tti Slat th dllTtf anil tvlnrrn Ita t nccilienrtb anj stmiftb ol J. srilou ainl II. r.illu tho scllun A Co.'s "I.lt-f- r lircnlator" anil IL riiatla. noors lf.llclni ('o.'s llsrk Drsut bt,' silt cf wliicli eoiitslri Wihk' ituibsnt Itool.sn.l fitrma of Herb., ami has aol. at sloal (I rents l'scksf,siul shoulJ not rrtsllat OTfr luerntalf oinlulnrrs sro Imt ImrxurJ cisin, wlillo Ur. M. A, Mtnmons l.lrrr msils fmm tho riurrst ami tnoatcsr. rr.orosmos a. i.ivi:n Mf.niciM: ckutii'icatci. tr - tt'oua-Siffoimne- a tomelhlnr; dreadful. I thought thcro was no euro for It. I saw your advertisement in tho paper, and my husband ndriscd mo to try your medicine. 1 took five- bottles, and now I ddi well and happy. Your inedlcino 6avcd tnylifc.' AMIlIIoHWoinenHavcBceiiBeneflteflDyMrs.Plnkliam'sAdvIccandMeillclne iWr'rWi'iWiV.Yr'W Tac Simile Signature of Hailstorm nt Myers. Ky., March 18. A heavy Iho Clillilren a Drlok expected. storm passed over this section ThursTTEW lm ,!l..t illnniiMnp AT.rilK.tnrt W. .V.lll'l WIUIII n I,h ti .Inllnlntiu Ml day morning at about 13:30. Tho ram Nourishing food drink. to talc tho 1' ..fc.llf,, the .tltMiir, The .tlirruall of DECORAUHG MLIS MID GElimS place of fell in torrents, with considerable hall. toflee. hold hr all grocers and liked by all WAslil.soro.v, March irorayour 3fia1ll' Komitilnp, "?sl-yproceror paint dealer and do vnur own lial- Ion,ir bus reuhrlkUsiib.1 ,tliu onilwr The lightning was vlvjdjiuil.tho.tliuu- usl it. !etali hrli proprrly prCIMirvd it tastes like the finest rollce liut This matcruvl Is made on bclentilio prlnclpicB ty inacmncry ami mllleil in 5 I Aiireuall, lecently pureliasecl In ling- - ucr iivsijt, uuv w , .Mofcu iv'ui : twenty-fou- r ia tree Irom all Its Injurious properties. tlntt und Is Bupcrlor to any concoction of Ohio and Whiting p I lund from the llrir.lllan rnmvnt, (irain-aids digestion and strengthens the ' S CiOIu Watkiu hho will" tw Unow ,1 as the XXAtT COPTOPVBAPPCH. nerves. It is not a stimulant but a health you cannot -- : I and hcretifu-HA3llLI'4 LOhOit OAltDS THE MARKETS. ,.t.,.i of tho of in 1, Albany ... builder, and children, as well as adults, can IS n..Ml.nP .1.1. Mnl..t.l i .1 I'uiLjionu nun iimicnai iruui vuur Iiuk:ai ueuiurrs 1... u uiiuvv JT...1 vvu ...til 3z Cuiplre state. vvlll mi uuii TMIOINT.UHCOUFtsir, NIWtOM CITT. drink It with great benefit, Cists about as 3: Cincinnati, March a $ put you in tho way of obtaining It. much as coffee. 15 and XV,2W2$i 3 01 n I vsj L1VK WIURALO CO.. NEW BRIGHTON. S.I. . NEW YORK. THE Funeral of Itlmiche K. Ilruee. s is it i UJ Sell ct butchers No I ll ml History, WAsiil.vmo.N, March 22. The funer- rAI.VUS-l-'i- iir lo food llifhl .. 0 !li ti 7 ll UCM1S Common 3 'A it, 3 75 Teacher What can you tell mc about tho al of lllauche K. llrucc, . ccc-e-itMlxrsl p.tki'rt. 1M tt-vtw-tx ttctntt-- t tt t,k and twice register of the treasl.lirlit stilpisrs JVi lllW rt Pupil Its left hind foot is luiky. Puck. f vo" lll!nU of your location n ury, was held hero Monday. The Hli:r.l' - hoiit j;v H i MX) I..Mlls(.ol 10 r.un.iv tin i U i Ml remember tills: ebravha'H soli i.s rich ? A. M. 11 church was crowded 3 to tti hakp Into Your Mliora I'LOt'll Wintir to and I'.isilv tilled. No roelts nnd stiimns. .s ni1ihbrt. PmrlcMiit int. WHITWIII;" Mill iaiiimi ru. rmtnfnllr rntvilbrulnr pm,llftln. TitK I'll. Nu ,'rcil .... a powder for the feet. Ml' KIUilr. CO kiith ItMd, with the representative colored popuof lhl H VIH Allen's All grains and fruits that succeed In No. 3 reo u it I1 It cures painful, swollen, nervous, smarting lt.t Oli Itirillinii lation of the city. Corn No. i imxetl 31 other niuit:a in nuiiiu latitude Ilourlsh XJ , feet and instantly takes the sling out of VS flats Na '.' "J O there. Tho climate is wcll-nltfperfect, tho air beiuir dry and free from x Ilamscliic Frosts In C'ttliforiilis. ,,,.. lire No. S rorns nnd bunions. It's the greatest comfort U ii malaria. An abundancu of nuro water is found. It is a j;reat State for j 0 Ml San Kha.ncisco, March 18. Dis- IIAY-I'rlBIS it toi hoiro discovery of the age. Allen's l'oot-- .'ase makes X stock raising nnd Tiicro is no Stat in Iho I'nlon xvliero a A patches from all parts of the state in- l'UOI.VISION'S Mess pork ticlit or new shots feel easy. It Is a certain an) armor can do no well. Thousands of poor men hare a dicate that heavy frosts which havo i!UTTi:u I'rliiio ii.urr .. . 11 ft 4 '.'V! cure for sweating, callous and hot, tired, achi liartl-wurklrimu-ii V become rich in Nebraska. it II ing feet IVv It At all druggists nnd now bo bought on easy Prices W Farms can Prime lo choico croamery.. U i tdioe stores. 25 cents. Trial iiackugu THICK. past arm jj aro 10VT. a namtsome illustrated pamphlet deseriblnj,' Nebraska will be 2 prevailed for thedamage few mornings API'!.i:.sicruul lil'l to thu more l'OTA'lOKb-l'- cr V, sent free on application to P. S. KUS S 'ii H3rt Address Allen 8. Olmsted, I.c Hoy, N, V. to how yon irJH.tienernl Passenger Agent, Chicago. ji havo dono great Ask you Groerr tender varieties of fruit. In many CIIICACIO WjstjfP npne-nyoOHAIN'.O, tho now food A nisiiiit-iion- . parts of tho state the apricot crops will rt.OUI! Winter intents 4U0 O SO) jwE-Rg, drink tint talcs tho placo ot coffoo. UIIAIN Wheal Nix i red ... Ptrsnger (to Highlander in full uniform) I ins be almost a total failure. it No. 2 l.'hu.iKO spring ..... f7 -- Sandy, are yon cold with the kilt? Tho chllilron mny drink it without CKDMWR hAMfi ON A POSTAL f)R! Undo Sam Hus u Torpi-ilIlimt llrslrojrr. coi:sNo. s it Ssf Sandy Ns, nion, hut lm nigh kilt wr OA'IS-FAMMCRS, DC Wise. DIAL WITH Us AND 8av( 40 PES CT. OM YOUS FERTILIZERS. t injury as well as tho adult. All who ANDFEWU.H0V0OOUR 116 PAOtV less. Lumio.v, March 1& According to a I'OltlC-Me- ss tho cauiu. Wfirou P TOO SAVE SAIZSbUH'S KPIltSIS AID ACEKT'S PROFIT. try it, Ilka It. GUAIN-IUUJTBAT-- 0 CATALOClte FREE - , has that special dispatch from Sunderland, tho LAUU-Slrt b J, v, Fits stopped free and permanently cured. rich seal hrown of Mocha or Juts, ANALYSIS. I'nos. Acid, Ammonia, Actual I'otasb, Ni:V YOII1C United States government has purr1riiESTHRtmTIWARMSQr. per cent per cent. per cent. No ids after first day's use of Dr. Kline's s PO patent 4 Pure Raw Bone Meal ton but it rnado from nuro groins, anil chased a torpedo boat destroyer from rf,OUIt-VinrJtoV6 J33 00 per" ton Nerve Hestorer. Free i trial bottle A IMWrSQffJTgRAVC, HCWMWWMDHMf WIIKAT-I 0J Xnsl Your Fold Fertiliser U I ui'. flreat 2 tot tltolO ! to! 10 00 it ship builder named Doxford, of that COKN-.- So tho niostdelicnlo stomach rcootrcs it i ' treatis. Or. Kline, 0.13 Arch at., Phila., Pa. Jnilxcil Smoky City Fertiliser 8 to 10 iKtoS!. 16 oo " lHtoaH uyi: (sfrsahss-a4..tfss,Mte-4iv(e t,i place. Btir lionanaa FertlUxor 4 to 5 VtolO ',ito3U 20 OO " without distress. tho jirlco of coffee, Jl Potato Special Fertiliaer..., DtolO The best man a he who tries to perfect aa oo to7 ', p 7.1 it I0 .' t who 15 cents and 25 cents ncr nackago. s toi I'tijslrlan IikIIcKU for .Manslaughter. " Tobacco Special Fertiliser., II to 13 4 tos yi oo " himself, and the happiest mm toi 1.AH0 -- Western b Sons and Meat UtolS Hi U fctU that he Is peifectlng himself, Socrates. i toS lb 00 Ni:v Yoiik, March 17. Dr. Trumbull Bold by all grocers. IIAI.TIMOUi: V Tor samples and psmpblet, write WALKER STRaTMXN CO.. Herr's Island, Pittsburgh, P. W. Clcaveland, who is accused of hav- l'lXlL'll Pamllv ... . How tu urow mlitkt t 30 JJ 4 n ConTastes like Coffee I4i tu anJtStbui ottfs I can recommend Piso's Cure for K. 1). 171 liii i ing caused thu deuth of an infant child UIIAIN -- U'li.Ml No .., cr Italic ati'i wo itna rsutttuta W'isS sufferers from Asthma sumption W'l Looks like Coffee Southern Wheat..., "K t oril IlltKAT I'ATAMMJl'K muled ir.u it IS), Townsend,toFt. Howard, Wis., May ,, '01. Jus. I Curb art, by administering of with t upon Corn Mixed 3l',,4t) nrfii rd uiMulr--rrnli In rcrflpt of k. J'. Insist tbtt jour grocer clres yoaORAl&O tlitinpft. THIN JSOTirK hmiI 14 Oala-too much of a ccrtalu drug, was in31 31 ! white. ... JOIH a. HtLZIK tltll CO., Ii IHOHI, nil. (I 1) I Accept no Imitation. live tt 4 V,u Tho people who get tho least mail.- are the dicted Wednesday for manslaughter In CA'TTMC-Kl- No. 3 wostcrn. sMla4 Kss. ) 4s S rst quality. it worst kickers when the mail is late- Wash wsjssysa7 s .rn tho second degree. 4 IU U I w v ington Democrat, SEND FOR A IICYCLE INIIIANAPOI.IS. for honrkUarllrc rasa iHLr.K sail Death of Ilenrr W, Hand. ur wninsa, st iirlsl rsprr.rntsiirs In their Ilia- - tirads ' Mas'tla, I4 toSsO, I r,irr,l,.,l for vears? Pshaw! WhIf. St.Ja-Sure- . Capk May, N, J March 17. Capt. Tlcinllr, Corn No. S mixed GREAT CLKARINO BALI er 17 and i oil cobs Oil will cure sprains right Henry W, Hand, editor of the Wave, ntf.s.ary, KstivsA KissrsTinrs.rriilsd.ltitls, Fa. nio.1.1., bast loskM, S.TStoSlS. Uau No, sl e upprvvui waoT imtvajimM. rsa -- SB died early Wednesday morning of genI.OUISVII.1.1'. mt wbr.l toourac.ata. nritafortiur a.w Umber, Hlanal. Empty wagons rattle mot.-(lo,- ) Waihlngtoi 7 nnil finn',CRS-rsri.i- s, 'liow (o rmrn Ttlfsrl." .ad maka pptrtil,...,.. sj; i 4 00 I UUUlUUU Id..; l... t.ilkl Iti.s, eral debility. Ho wus born here In rr.OIIIt-Wln- lrr y. arrriAi.'iiiiKvVtr.K-inii- h Pcinocrati y. ' rSHk.ISTiUX.lS. T,II.IRtlirOHII(lHktlllTs. ln?m a ft mo.l.l! U33, and followed the sea until WJ. lf hll fhonwi.ni, lit , . irss.r)s.Awml,';aou.olr Ho served iu tlio United KTuivij puvy lllack. ilctn bruises cuicij lv pti (Monr Maksri, at s s ol aria ru-- K l.r ilaisp will. U.r Isjk ..,,, WELL MAOHIN.nv-lluK) Uili inilpcitticmout. sT,V , MKAU CU'l.j. (,H., VHIVAflO, (rora 1501 fj IWJ, IG0MI9 MYMANi TirriNiQrtlQi iUMM"i'IM"t Mvkii.s, lnWA IsOOLSNGS. 1PANT uwn irtiiiii finkk Calcimo Fresco Tints m ''"S.s.ffw B!B first tlmo since the recent orders. nnd Tuesday morning two barbette carriages, makthree ing two ear loads, will Ikj shipped to disappearPuget bound. Thy ing carriage will be taken apart Tuesday and placed on cars to go at unco to San Kranclseo. The plant is short of material, and orders to rush iron and steel castings havo been sent to Pittsburgh and other points from which shipments are l!-'. .Mimren t unillilale. CvNriilANA, Ky., March 18. mate friend of Moore, of Harrison enmity, is authority for the statement that Moore will lie a candidate for cmtimtssioncr of agriculture of Kentuclu. If he shall run he will have the support of a wide circle of friends. An intiWilliam M. Notary I'ublie ll.ill'sCalarihCuro Is taken nnd directly on the blood and miieuii of the ststem. Send for P. .1. CIIKNKV & CO., Toledo, O. fi. "ld by druesists, 7.V. Hall's I'.nnily Pills are the best. intci-nall- 1' leal Jmyim Sml' AllJinn Amn StxJ an- - sur-fin- 's wW3stst itiryr Imrwt AVIIIIe'a Willie-Pay, painting the town red a cardinal Bin?" Chicago Kveniuii.Nens. "Is P.- i- Well, what Is it, Willie? pi? Qnrrr, A perfect nemedy for Constipation, Sour Slonvach.DiQrrhoeo, AF a m asii ondLossOFSLEEI. You Have llrs rl vonic. Always Bought. 5 ., -- rarSBSBSBSS lb"lrnH, j 5 1 1 .,.. r ti. CASTORIA Tnrl 7rtllii'aanssier toour I 111 salil.tt.e mfll. as "chrsp lircru Mnll. tine for th- - negroes of (tie Mls.twlnpi s. ley." Ami Zllln'a manager Kitir.rl In Ihs sal. I "that Case, ami Benin's all tl.o l.trar Xrsllrlnelliey mskeli msiloly list mom ronrliiilra the same formula." eslitrnenroitlil therein thai all Llref aIeIlrlnls'elieapiieirromeOlelnnl" JUaln, the I'nllcJ tStatra Court, In (he rnilneasaat KnoxTllle,Tinn.,ennlnrlllio oll irotirletors of iho nrtlcln now esllr--l "lilac, liraught" from pe'l'ttstlnit frsml ty uiln tho worJs ronslltiitlnit our I r silo tismt, ami "lilac- - Draiisht" nas nut known till after 1S7 set they .Iwlysilrcrtlm tlist Itwasritabllsfirdln ista, ami fllcliour Irsita bysllowlnethflrcTntnuiPistouniriitlifiilly rrprrsen t Has Iho same aa our genuine art I. ele, titer Kltlnr color of truth to tho it, rrptlon hy puMlslilrx the pleturo of a Ur, hlinmons on their vrspier, Ihurrby so ctatlna; thrlr -- ritcln our llr. l, which hs ealatillitini l.lrer In isea, and erery package of vstilcli aj recently On rvo.li't ot Inter encloslns; taken l'liuiomarli we win mail you a 11.00 rsckat-aUye-r Medicine (I'ltKK), C. V. bIMUU.NS M Kl. CO., Er. Ixcia, ho. Clno sras ileal.nrsl llis-l- r A.Mm-toons' o, the lliilhs of lbs Roots sn-- l Uf ins of Iho Herbs by our secrrt process ratrarlrtt ami thrown sway. cannot livsnlilat IrssllianSt cents,. The rrasonnf Ihe OinVrrnni tsllilsi tin June .lith, lfV3, the Fiipierrte Courl nlolnrd J II. Zcllln A Co. fiorn tiisnutsr t. uiiuir ami scltlnc raeillrlni) tiruler tho uarua of "Iir.blmniona1 Liter le.llrlne.H (iillrselrctnl Uriis, rersnltesaof crt,nltli &.$&.. HOMES e IN t t -- re.... NEBRASKA h liUAIN-Wlicil-- r'oot-Kas- WHlTr-IUII- Allen's Ulcerl-- v Sislsr Is lbs tnly sure cure In the world fur t kriiule I lee i a. floito I'leeis, tsernruliius Vlcers. Visrleose I'leers. Sbll, r iim wrilinii lrawsiniialliolMin ill "in r..,r, ncierlJlT. I rif ninn riasesi ineu'esml sufferlns. Cure, tienusiieut llest islse for llwlls. 1'lles, Nail llkelim. Iliims ills all Tresis Wnuiiils. Ur inAtl.sru-- ll lsre. and llw. Honk friw. .1. 1. AI.I.I.S kUMIII IMl S.U..I.S. s MMlf aaiau. isw- i- wj arruasisi. nie sn-n- -- i. -- 4lMMHWHMt TryGrain-O- ! TryGrain0! y of 0 YgCBESTm Boat In tho World for nil Purpoaos. write iu BBBKi SCALES! WE SELL DIRECT TO FARMERS. Ltd., BBHaV!aaaW Manufacturera, rimill'KIJII, la. The Standard Scat and Supply Co., Na uni Wr 1 No 4 AT.S-ll- xtd rt)IIK-Ni'wi- iies iho sVssssss n9a3aC9idC0.CCiCi3 !303i3si s.a "EAST, WEST. HOME IS BEST." IF KEPT CLEAN WITH OatsBS,Wlieat. I I.. runt grower, nf limn sml ('Inter Nreil. SOflU arrrs, tlurlirsi. Sllitiire.lsit el In America. Mrsilows .own In April will u e ft Z a lifetime. &a Trim. Ira crop In July, II l'rli--ktfi. dirt chraii. .eiaiii-an.l Urs.s sn,l flrltu,s l mulhrataUirfiie Hll.Kforl.ul lOc.liitlhllliatlfe. t'llouf.r.S juiii i. atLiiii sssd to., utKuass.ms. isi.it) CLOVER SEEDs -- tr PILES ranger;TUMORS, wllliiullhn.nf nmlnll foriu.if SlullanMnieiriitslhs at linmi. vyib.knltu. Iiuokfrc. Ur...v.LIi)Si'U.,t.rli.ilii.,lil. Na CD 1 . 111 HtXJb-VcU- C-- pt. OHAIN-Whcat- -No rnri mmmtob liuunsiriln-risarsuii- I ijUlttl nntHt All I lAllb. Dost Coush byrup. Tama tluoi Use I in lima, rxua ur arunsista. tut WWfMMfMJTHMMMMMWMMMIHMWH SAPOLIO "' ,52S5S25J iu aitAIN-Wlieiil-No- 1 i.lii. A. N. K.- -R 1701 C'oril-Ml- xcil 'Omt-MOslAHU-hlC- ,, V JIri m -- WHE.V tVHITUU Til AllVKMTUtK p.1. 'i I ail ii tm:: "T - " .. -- ' - , .'.. .-. ....ns,r t eVVs-J- lf V " .ni,-- i r;;. , .rr. M&mnw&?tm&w5&miit