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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1898 hic1898040101_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . Wf c C MffiiiT - '' - Irs , 4mmmi jlfc56 " &- - mdzm ; mmmm V ls1 3E !& t ' "g . THE HICKMUK.COURIER. PHbllriMd ... Ktwt Friday Mil tea t by VEORGE ffr.-jtck- tos WARREN, M Xlekaaa, XMtveky. llft-l-t Oti'JUU. THE ESTABLISHED I T-- l K. JL jnUM,MSm -.JtitXttT . iy3k W '!': Xy- - JL.JTJ.3"L--m, -- ..' - - - r Tl-?- Ti vv-s ,. -.- , .tV - - ".- - v- -t t. s. n , mi T" . ' fz&m s ' :4li 'V m. . v : .? my I s,m -- l 1 j A FINEJOJBPRINTINO ' KXXOUTSO H m 1 w" t i fmtiHiniSSUIDKMTCL SALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS,"41 BILL HEADS, IKOROb. WARREN, JAM. WRARN. t a t Editor. AMUUnt Editor. TUB OLDEST 1859. MEW8PAgi7i 1.J WESTERN KENTUCKY. - I'rico of Subflcrlption, 91.04) HICKMAN, FULTON COU, WfcaR" OHIO MVER fc At Cincinnati na Foot Wa , FRIDAY AP1UL l,n898. 8PAN .vol. xxxnr. no. CONGRESS. SKNATK-ScnatoT in Tiivuyro, JkVD 8KB 19. ETC., ETQ XJB. .jy 'J - CAXjXj W t. IN CONGRESS. Naval Board of In- quiry Report. Be President Turns li Over toGonorcssWItliMessane. The ',1 ..' Cv 0 t i. bu ns! follows. Tin? evidence bearing upon this "At Irnlue 1? tho outer shell of the being prlnvtnally obtained fromillvcra, .. 'i nffljrtn) Mlru ship, fiolu a olnl vloivit uml did not enable tlio court to form a deff i"i;.n.'? fcct.fuMii lliu ilililillgjlhd, nr.;ltlO' ship inite conclusion as to lho( condition of fc ihc ivftcatttHMtfrK tt y 'r'.tttWWieil nnrm.it o4litin, lun been lorivd up so thnl'lhc after part ol ' iho ship was Tito Court ti Utiablo to Pl.ice Iho in in tv nfw "almut four fiia nUive practically intact and sank in that tlio hut fate of tho wuter, therefore condition In a very few.mlnutes nfter UIjiiic on Iho Perpetrators. oIhiiiI thlily-fiiii- r fet atsivu where It tho destruction of tho forward pari. Tho lust explosion was more In Iho would bo bad the ship mi nil uninjured. nnture of n report, like that of n gun; The outride Ultimo plating Is Vnyy "t llrtKii ,l.n Srii In X.lrl.l-niton reverse V shiiitc, the after wing while tho second o, plosion was more ,lilHlr III III. Mmm M). II.I.-.1I- . of which, nlsiul lilteen hel bnud and open, prolonged nnd of greater vol'Hi. I !. l n u lmiii Cum.. lhlrttwo In l in length (fi out frame ume. ''In second explosion wns, lu IT to f i nine ") U doubleit back upon Itthe opinion of thu court, caused by the Ilnlti h4iuritrliirf ntiU I'mcralilcs self ngniust the rontuiu.itloii nl llie partial explosion ut two or more of thu Hit- - forward magazines ot the Maine. same pluliug exteiidlng loriutnL Waiiiauiu, Mjrcii a'J Tlic ireni Tho following fncts In regard to tho "At iiaine Is tho vertical keel is ilint Mmiclny trill (liu ftillolii mb-wr- b broticn in two and tho tltt keel Is IhmiI forward part of the ship nrc however lo toncifk into an angle htmilur lo lliu angle established hy the testimony. To tlio Cunj:rvi of tliu (Jiiticil Stato: formed by thu outside Thul iHirliou of the port sido of thu plates. Tor mmiiu tlinu jirior to llio mil of 'Iho lireal. Is now ulsiut six fiet protective deck, which extend from tin' .Maine to lluraim harUir our the snrf.no of tin) water ami M nlKiiil frniiu; .tu to nlxnit frame 41 wa blown up, aft nml over lo tho port. n'pri'kontllrei nnnliit out lliu feel tili.no Its normal position. u( In the opinion of the courl this ef- The main deck from about frame 30 to nivuinais to Wow rioin ttio nntionnl hipi to tlio In dan water, in fect eoiihl have been proiluccd only by alioul frame 41 wa blown up, aft, and lo tlio pri"' the esplohion of u mine HUutcd under slightly over lo starboard folding tho rucimtoiiMii' Mio i inn ot our ll.i,' :i tlio kymtiol i( rikxI the Uillom ol the ship, .it about frame forward part of tlio middle superiitvuc-tnr- e n mid Miincwliiii on the. purl side of will oiul of our klilpt In lln fiiUlllin.-ii- t over and on top of tho nfter part. of tlio inlliii nf protictluu to the ship," This was in lliu oplnlnii of th.v court, I'lii- - ionfluiions lutrrcslv oci) tluiu);li no linun-dla- lo of tho court are! caused by the partial explosion of two '1 lul the lov of the M.ilno a not due or mors- - of the forwanl magazines of nri it tliiTulnro inllil i Mt. Arconlfiu;ly on tl.Q Stll. of January In miv lo negllgciiiv on ihc the Maine. lafcl alter ruiiforrncu nlth lln- - hpunUli part of tiny of the oilkvrs or members 5. At framo IT tho outer shell of tho liilnlklcr, In ulik'li tliu ri'iit'Mdl of of her crew; ship, from n point 11,4 fret from tho 'J hut the ship was destroyed by the middle line of the ship, and (I feet vHlUofnur to Sn.inlkli r wntcn. awillcnV(l nnilnv'i'ilul, llu explosion of u submarine mine, which uIkivo the keel when In Its nnrmnl H'nlniiUr autliontir. at Mailrtit ami caused ihcpirtiiil explosion of two has been forced up so ns to ll.irana w'civ mldiH'il of tlio jnirHcof or more ol the forwanl magaiuef.; ntn'. now about I feet abovu the surface of tliln iircrnmoiit to frli'iully That no evidence his Ueu obtain- the tinier; therefore nUiut Si feet naal vUlli ul (.tiban Hirt(, uml lliul able Using the ri'SMus1billty for the above where It would 1w had tho ship in thai view tliu MjIiio moiiM forth destruction ol the Maine upon any sunk uninjured. Tho outside luitlom ith roll nt the KU I of llarann. '1 htn per.ou or jn'roons. Aitlng Is lent Into a reversed V shape I bate din-cteniiiiouiitcujJiit iu r.'tvlxoil by tlio tint ufterwlng of which, about 1.1 that thit llndlng of nlllllu"vorllnlllt tltli ninirintlin the eiiiiil ill lniiilry and thu lew of feet broad and Si feet In length (from Is doubled buck of Iho ft Icinll1 character of lliu vU thl. gn riiinenl theieott le coiumuul-eils- l frniiiii IT lo frame of Hip Mulno ml nlth noUlicutlou iV tnlhcgotcrumt-iiloheriuiijesty. upon itself against the continuation of the same plating extending forward. intfiitioi lo return the oiiit.'i' llie urn in uml I do not periull inyM-l.Spnlli Mili to the rim Ipal fb diuibt that tin N'liso of Justice of Al frumo Is the vertical keel I two, and the llu) rirl of the rnto.1 tnlvt. Moan (if .Spanish nation w III dictate n course broken inangle similar llat keel t to the angb by honor and the Into nn thlla the MulUo riilnnl tlio purl o( nrtlun Mij'g-?egovern-menformed by the outside ImiUoiii plating. lUfBoaon tlieStli" u( January, lirr fnendiy icldllousuf the il v r This break I now nltoul six feet below BrrtraLVdkic mftiKcil "Itli tto (. lni;tilehCKWIivK'lhu cmImii'i-- of It s III belli duty of the'cxfcutlvo the surface of thu water, and about M mIhUh ami cxrywtMtCl vUlt. to advisu the congress il the result. Tee above ?t normal position. ThfkJHvtirf and In tbo4iwiktlHibjllbcratoKcon' inUneil In the harl-o- r i,l llwjpiSfw.ioii ot the court, this proiluceil only r.; i of llrfanaUirljMrttM; ihrco wcolt fnl suieraiion HiHtSftHew.' s ai ?- -j r nc situated un- 1H jKiKrHlllLLLLLliLLLLElLLLLLLLLLLK slilii nt about faartmtwirimwiiAt tn yi ui.o on mo Tort rontrtryra fcAtnjf of nAUl wriil 'i '' t0tBmfcimrfL&ft- m followtd' the rtiurantioii of tlio MZ??2FUiWM VIonfflaurrMiMUrlMiuly Intorcoumc. l tho loss 01 me . 2... i a! j.i-i- ininrii'.M b tJTLur was not Meh 11. IsfM f I MfciMretr ItaiweEttnntonamed,or negliduo Aftrr-fnirnfault iVt'of IwrjWt that ibectwMtl pencr-"wreconilsidcratloo In any .troMRly tMKit thai 'ht piviK'nco of of all tho testtmony before II tho court gence en the part of nuy of the officers or members of the crew of wild vessel. our klilp"lBlC)Kii jratorn uliouhl lie mid asiollons: " T. In the opinion of the court, tho 1. Tliut tlio United Males battle llnvaiiii, or In (liecrrnt of Jivr rvcall, ship Maine arrived In tho barlior ut Maine wa destroyed by the explosion mine, which caused 1j wmllnjf aiiolln. r tc.m.'1 there to lake Havana, Cuba, on tho Iwenly-tlftday of n Jut place. of Januarv, Klghtcen Hundred and tho partial explosion of two or more A l 40 mtnulrt pnnl nine In the eicn , Ninety Kight, and was taken to buoy of her forwanl magazine. S. Tho court has been unnble to ol In? of the I Vth of IVhrunry Iho Malno Na l, in from fire nml a half to six ilohlroj-ci- l liy mi r.xnlolin, liy fathoms of water, by tho regular gov- lain evidoice Using tho responsibility w for the destruction of the Maine upon v. ).:.:. ili fniinj forunrtt part of tlio ernment pilot. In till Tho I' ul led States eousut general at any person or persons. hip. W4S utterly eatnktropW ofllccr nni! 'Ml of her Havana had notlllid tho authorities at W. T. S a i v, Cup la In U. S. X. l'rcslilent. (nsW fcrUheil. thovj who iiv not llint plnre, the previous evening, of A. Mauix, Lieut, Commander, SrN., t. lillleil outright ly the explolnn tho Intended arrival of the Maine. Judge Advocate. viiihm1 lictucen ilecki by the tannic of 2. The stale of discipline on board Tho court, having finished the InMrvrkiixu and ilrouni'il hy tin Ilium-ttiu- t.i Iho Maine was excellent, and all or.Inking of the hull, l'roinpt ders uml regulations in regnrd to tho quiry It wns ordered to make, ml fcUlnnou sni iviKlereil hythe nolglilor care and safety of tho ship were strict- Jourued ut It a, in. to await the notion of tho convening authorities. lti( reittfU unrhortit In the hnrlnir, Mil ly carried out. W. T. Son-no.- , Captain 0. S. X., All ammunition was stowed In Wint? enwelnlly (jlven hy the IhhiU of President. with prescribed Instructions, tlio pauUhcruler Alphon.i .MI. Dud thu Wnnl II im kteniner City of Wash and proper care was taken with which A. .Mauix, I.IeuL Commander, U. S. N., Judge Advocate. luton, which lny not fur illntnnt. 'Iho ammunition wns handled. I S. rt.AOHiiii- - Nkvv Ynmc, Nothing wos stoned In any one of miunileil wero peneroiuly e.ircil for hy tlio nuthnrltleit of llntnua, thu hov the mnguzlnrs or shell room which Oh Key West, Tla., March 'JU, lsus. f Thu proceedings nnd findings of thu pltnU helnc fr.'oly ojieneil to them, Has mil permitted to Isi stowed there. whllo tlio lUrlloKt reeovurvil bwllca of The magazines and shell room were court of Inquiry in the above case nrc approved. entin: ill ml wore inlerreil hy tliu mil alwais locked after having M. nlulpa'lty In n puhllo cemetery In the tered, and after tho destruction of the ol eily. Triliiitoanf grief anil ay m pn thy Mulno tho keys weru found In their Hear Admiral, Comnianiler-in-Chle- f the I'. S.i naval fono on the North were otTereil from all olllcliil iiuarturs proper place In thu captain's cabin, Atlantic fMat!on reported seeverything hnving of thu Inland. Wasiiinhtov, March 29. Ono of the Tin- - appalling calamity fell uimiii thu cure that evening nt H p. m. people nf our country with crushing Tho temperature of thu magazines main points brought out by the testiforce nml for ii brief tlmo an Intense nnd shell room were taken dally nud mony lu the Maine cave, which went excitement prevalleii, which In a com- reported. Tho only magazine which to congress Monday with the report munity less just nml had na undue amount of heal was tho of thu boanl of Inquiry, will correct an magazine, and that did Important impression which has pretlinu ourk, mlKht have leil to hasty netn after of blltnl This hplril, how not e spicule nt thu tlmo the Malno was vailed nil over the country. The testimony will prove that the battle ship; oer, hooii jfaro wny to the calmer pro destroyed. were all position wa not changed after she Tho torpedo wurheodx icmcs of reason anil to the resolxe to tho luotljUu tlio facta njul await ma- stowed In the after part of thu ship enteredbuoy harbor, fsho was moored and remained there until terial proof 1 foro formlii),' ajuilgmcnt under thu wanl room, and neither In a ns to the ennse, the rcupoiihlhlllty and, caused nor participated In tho destruc- blown lip. If thu fact warranted, the remedy due. tion of thu Maine. NOT A DOLLAR 'I his course necessarily recommended The dry gun cotton primer and ItM-l- f wore stowed In the cabin aft, fur Ciilu'. llrllrl Unlrm llrr trrrilum li from tlio outset to tlio executive lr. inil.nl Itrllrf Mt.;- - l'ostionrl. for only in thu light of a dispassion- and remote from tlio sccno of the exWahhis.oi$ Mnrcli 29. 'Iho temper plosion. ately nsrertnlued certainty could congress is Waste w as carefully looked nfter on of been advisedsuch that tho president the nature and measure, of Ita has not to send In board thu Malnoto obviate danger. proposed relief hiessage Tuesday. the full duty In thu matter. At The usual procedure wns followed, Special orders In regard to this had midnight It wn stated that hu had In all case, of casualty or disaster to been given by tho commanding ofllcor. is tho message for Varnishes, dryrrn, alcohol and other decided to withhold that national vessels of any maritime state. and A n a ml court of Inquiry was at once combustibles of this nature, were tho present, to congress il might not lo sent organised, composed of ollleeri well stowed on or above iho malno deck and There was a conference of 'his week. thu leadhud anything to do inialltled by rank unit practical e.per could not have ers of both senate and lion c nt tho en to discharge the iiuorous duty with thu destruction of thu Mulno. 1' whltu house Tho medical stores wero stowed aft Monday night,lusting Isuntil n Into hour iiuposcd upon them, Ahlcd by u strong and It understood thai force of wreckers and divers, the court under the ward room, and rcinoto from Senator Aldrlcli and Mr. Olngloy told the scene of the explosion. ) nicccdcil to make n thorough Investitho president It would bo useless to No dangerous stores of any kind gation on thu spot, employing every unmessage transmit uvnllablu means for the impartial ami were stowed below In uny of the other less with the ho could to congress, It send assurances exact determination of tlio cause", nf store room. tho proportion of autonomy Tho coal bunkers wcro Inspected that explosion. Ita operations have lieen Spain intended to submit would bu acconducted with thu utmost ilellWra-lio- daily. Of those bunkers adjacent lo ceptable to the Cubans. ami Judgment, and while hide thu forward magazines nml shell Tills the ho peiidcntly pursued, no source of Infor rooms, four wero empty; namely! wus unable president frankly said to do this llmej that million us neglected, and the fullest "II'J, IM, IIS, 110." "A 15' had been negotiations wero ut progies which lu opjortunlty was allotted for a riniul In uso that day, ntul "A 111" wns full of ho K'Heved would nttnln Ibis Itiiicouslinestlgatloii by the Spanlh New lllvcr toil. This coal had been they had not reached n stngn end, but when hu carefully Inspected hofoio receiving It could glvo the assurance asked for. authorities. The finding of the court of Inquiry on board. The bunker la which It lloth Mr. Aldrleh and Mr. Ding-le- y was reached nfter li day of continu- na stowed was accessible on threo then told him thai It would ous lubor, on tin! "Ut of March, 'In side at nil times, uml thu fourth side be useless to tend In the message, having been approved on nt 1111 time on account of bunkers Mr..l)lugley saying that ho did not staut, and of '11 4' uml "ltd" being empty. This believe tliaS'.'ii hythe comnnnder-in-chlo- f thu house would submit, and thu United States nival forco on the bunker, ' A 10," bad been Inspected Mr, Aldrleh telling him thai the senwa transmU tlmt diy by tlio engineer ollicer on ate would not. Nortji Atlnntlvi staMon, lloth stated that duty ted to tlio lu their opinion a provision rerognu-lu- g lire alarm in bunkers wero In lie foro the conTho It Uherculth laid the Independence of Cuba unild gress together with the Voluminous working order, nnd thero Inn! never lio 1011 pled with any proposition of u case of spont'tieous combustion been testimony taken before the court. relief thnt might be presented. of coal on board thu Maine. Jts purport In, In brief, as follons" '11... ..... n'fiii lfll.rw tt lit., tltlr. , j ..u . ,. ....v. .w...... When Hie Malno nrrlveil ut ll.ivanu Mr J11I111 .triioit lie ill, SliDiwaslamlucted by the regular gov were In use at Iho lime of the disaster, I.omiov, March '.'O. Sir John At ernment pilot to buoy No 4, to which I ut fvir auxiliary jiurpotcs only vvllh lioit, baronet, proprietor of the lilsh she was moored In from live and one-ha- n comparative! v low pretsuroof steam, Times, I dead. He was born In 1M7, nnd being tended by n reliable watch. wa knighted in IS59 and was created to six fathom of wuter The statu of discipline on board and These boiler could not have caused n baronet in Ib'W. the couilttlon of her mogarlnes.bollors, thu explosion of the ship. The four Tho correspondent of the London coal buukors and storaijo compart- forward boiler hnvo sinco lieen found ments are passed In review, with tho by the divert, am! nre in a fair condl I Time utllueno Ayres says there Is good prospect of mi early c.Ncellcnt order pre tlou. On thu night of Uio destruction of , of ArsrcuUuc'iUlfllciilty wltliClilli, , "f i 31 MalnliydBtoton to Pieces rnary 1Mb cterythlnghad Iktii reMirt rd secure and all w as ijulet. AL U mliiiilvs paat It o'eliM'k lliu tes .el wa kiiilileuly ilestroyed. 'Jheruwcnt Uo dlsllnet exploKslon,' with u lirlef Interval between them The llrsl lilted tho forward ixirlof Iho ship cry piccepllblyl Iho which whs mora open, prolonged and of gri liter volume, la attributed by tlio courl to Jlic partial exploilon of two or more of thu font aril inagnrim-lliccvlili'iucullio divers estnl.llsbes that ihc ullcr-par- t of the nhlp wan practically Intact and sjiiU In that condition u very few minutes after tlio 'J ho explosion forwanl pari was lomplctely diinollshcil. L'pou tin! evidence of consnrrt-n-t cause the llmling of thk rourt Is s one-hal- cause for un Internal explosion esist cd In uny ipiurler. At tj oclocli lit thu rMclilug of Feb the Malno everything had been reported scciiic for tho nig). ut 8 p. in., by reliable persons, through tho proper authorities, to the commanding ofllccr. At tho time tho Mulno was destroyed tho ship was quiet, and therefore leust liable to accident caused by movement from those on board. r.xi'i osioNs. Tho destruction ot tho Maine occur red nt ".to p. in. tin the IStli day of January, Is'JS In the harbor of Ha vnnn, Cuba, she I wing ut tho tlmo anchored to tho same buoy to which she had lieen liikcn upon her arrival. There were two explosion ot ndlv tlnclly different character, within very short, but distinct, interval them, ond ihc forward part of the ship is us lifted to a marked degree at the tlmo of the first explosion. CQMIIITION OF TIIK WHICH. uml. nr fl kkcllMI L replies FJgTy-FJLFT- H Reached Monday, ' n.& ! . ' M i !' In lh. lowlands of lh CHr N.srif ,4i I1a4tS-WM- s Thoosand Houses From On. la Toar fMt or WfHSTi'V Jri n.iirusu .rvjnio ut "";v Mr -- lvii-Mil- al-o- llt Ann-r-loa- n oyli n, u () '.) f )j f Ix-n- fci lo cuk-ttuni- rj t -- ununHuui 'inr'iTniTr confl-tlrlnc- t i...n...njf-r JJrv . ui Jjir""? '?!. "iHim ,A!nr ?TmmmKm suit-marin- e h tu wrt-ckei- longer remain Inactive toward ' lllf tf.hn.1 tr,n A. .U. C CixciHNATt, Starch 28. L'nleii wcr .Impressed the president nnd khotlbl r.ntnn ennlmiktv .nil nSlnlcl-- . the present flood In the" Ohlorlv'r will I met officers most f&voramV. n ch so that after the nicotine It ivn very soon pour me great llooil int.oin Mississippi. From I'ortsmoatlr up It ' cd h? tnombers that tho Outlook more assuring and thnt Stwnln l.n.l was falling night At, Port mouth It la rising slowly. At all hjivn spcli a conciliatory tone that 1ft slje would moke points below to Cairo it Is rising'. ' jftt to permit an nmlcablo Here at Cincinnati the current usually avvlft, which Indicate that tlsa T? 'tme'nt of Uie p'resent strained re- access of water from Its tributaries Wbns. Th!s Wos qualified, however, below ha diminished greatly arid tires' Ptlie SlateoieAit that the danger point whll ree course to the riled nn wataf JeMMia And that war, a. .xjsssrr wu t.t ntta kbovn. ns ruia Ta.llOH..pei valley sjrreVpnitnotiHeV HT4hf;0ito warm temperature, cloudr skies n If high winds with only one Instance at ?urp0V! lo. avert war ... It was -pass a .rwiin just roiulion or me Cuban probdrizzling rain. lem, anil he had felt, from the disposiAt Cincinnati tho mercury rcgislcr 08. In thu lowlands of Cincinnati tion mualfcsted by Spain, thnt this Just soli neorly 1,000 houses are flooded wth howevo!-- , tlon could lie reached. This, Is without considering con from one to four feet of water. So'uo have Wen abandoned, which 1 the gress, t'ltch may, now that the sub ject Is ormally before It, take some y case with one story cottage. In houses families remain In tho radlca action. Mcaillme, at tho state department, upper stories. Of flooded houses 500 are In nnd about Cummltisvlllo from cableg ams were lelng received from back water In Mill creek where the Inundation Is more annoying than serious. In nnd almut Columbia, tho extreme limit of the city, 400 houses nre soaked with from ono to four feet of water. At Ulverslde, tho extreme downstream limit of the city, 100 houses are nlTeetcd nbout as nt Columbia. Thosa driven out find no difficulty in securing shelter with their more fortunate neighbors, though some occupy tents on high ground. Household effects damageable by water have either been saved by timely removal or by friendly loat. Nenrly all affected are experienced flood fighters and are seldom caught napping when a great rise comes down the Ohio. On tho Kentucky side the inhabitants of low lands near Dayton and llellcvue hnvo leen placed In the samo unpleasant situation as their Cincinnati nclgti liors. Hut most of them have seen Hoods before and know how to Hoiil Stewart L. Woodford. American mako the best of them. No railroad Minister to Spain. in Cincinnati have been disturbed by tho Hood, except Unit some have lieen deprived of tho use of the Grand Cen- - MlnlVer Woodford, nnd tho Spanish mlnlsk'r, Senor l'olo do llcrnabe, wa depot. In Thu far no casualties have been re- as letgthy conference with Judge Day to he prospective adjustment. Tho ported. Interruption to street car travel has Won almost nothing, ns It meet. ig between the Spanish minister was either near the end ot n lino or at and idgo Day came after the cabinet a point wheru passengers could trans- eonfi 'encc, so tbut such representation 1 S aln submitted through him ill fer by a short walk. The railroads are as not 0l before tho cabinet. At least nil In ltettcr condition. Tho Cincini f these new nati, Hamilton &. Dayton is clear on two tvlnlstcr were phases submitted by ot exceeding Itnror-tanytlio nil It line, also tho Pennsylvania Tho Spanish government mudo Tho llaltimnrfl & Obtn Kmtlii.n.tj-r- a is still compelled to make detours cast It known thnt no objection would bu Biid.wcst, bul.thls vvlU, swiv Wuveiv.l rndo to the humanitarian. objects ot nI1MmSM.i , repairs are pushed with all passible nding relief Ui the sufferers in Cuba, (icorge- - on a dispatch. Iho Cincinnati far greater scale than hitherto toivn mid Portsmouth wcro compelled hsd beeii contemplated. On tho conto mako transfers in the cast end of trary Spain known thatjt nnclnnntl Sunday. All other roads recognizes thohas mndc purposos htimaui) are practically intact. Of course thuro this country mid that it does will bo homo lost and damage to doubt that these purposes will bo people driven out of their homes, In not In such a way ns to avoid nil the way of loss of tlmo ns well as ot eiccuted it is not proKTty, but it will bo reduced to tho ppporiunities lor irietion. lie carried expected that the relief will minimum. Merchants and commission In war ships as tills would introduce n, biokers In the bottoms removed their n pro- aspect into goods to dry spots without loss. Very .Apolitical iii.iiit.i.,'-i which mc.j low factories of consequence have ircv by Spain ncqillcsccnco This lcen Interrupted or stopped. Small clears the way for the president's e lioats to continue como and of the next few days, asking it go navigation uml will bo for the relief of fully resumed by Monday or Tuesday, large appropriation It had lieen fearIn Cuba. At 10 o'clock Sundny night the stago destitution relief, given directly by here was 19 feet. Itolwccn 8 and ed that thl States government, would thclnlted 'Jo clock it has remained stationary ns indirect interIt will probably stop at69 feet and be resentedInby Spain that event there is littlu vention. nine Inches, and by Monday noon will reason to doubt tho relief would linfj bu falling. Uen forwnrded nt any cost, even tho (ll.il.lonr'a Coiulltlon Crltlnil. rest of war, ns the administration has Lomion, March 28. Elaborate pre- fi.lt that n war in behalf of n hiiuinno cautions havo been taken to keep object w ould command the universal ch ui.ihiih A sr nelllslory Tone-- It K.lktlon. th. TuntrlM. Ca Be Amlesbtv Aitjnti.il. ffAsiusoToSr, March 29. The answer fcpaln Was in hand, to ih n.m ut Ihrougli Minister Woodford last tn, statlnir that the condition nt an affairs 1iad becomo so fiitolcr- -i that' the United Stnto. .ni.l,t nnf 'Frniil.ot McKlal.7 .t..n Not. In V.ry. I. Thon1it Iho - nu rla 1. Cullora Tuesday latroaucod a Mil which litirt lieen sent to him hr the Xstlonst llusln.u Men's Irsgua. Tho iiurpcme ot the mcature Is to provlds a cold Income for lb. t.'ollcxl Ststes. proeccdlnirs Tuosdsy A Icsture of the was an Mienneu speeen liy Mr. Cofferr lasUii0rl of lt4 pending national quarantine MIL la the course of his arcuate nl Mr. Cattery said that ho wanted the wholSqiiaran- tine power In tho hsnds of the Unllei State, government, tho only authority which could mslte s quarantine effective. Amoni- - t!is bills pasted was fine to raise the oe o! protection for ulrls In the District of Columbia ind la the Tint Rogetar Srulon. WshimotoH, Murch H -- I I STATE NEWS HAPPENINGSsJ1 ' V &9W:33i52W3iVW5$5ii2$i:i242i222mmiSACRIFICED.A FORTUNE. Mary Kll.n Med, "tan Might Hefore Iter W.ddlng, Wllh riowboy. r.icuuoUD, Ky,, March 2a Near Cluy'a Ferry, this county, tho parents of Miss Mary Ellen Ilassett decreed that she should marry Cob Green Igo, who formerly lived a near neighbor, but who went to Texas several years ago, where, he accumulated a comfortable fortune as' a cKttle rancher, and returned recently looking tor a Ken tucky bride. "The girl Is less than 20, while the colonel Is twice that age. -- ' ' - "J' f. rW - T k territories jtn Hyesrs. ,t Tawney (Minn), a member of Iho'sult committee ot the rummlt-te- e on ways and meant. Tuesday submitted s substitute for the bill Introduced by Mr.Pesrcn (M(i). relating to sdultersted flour, Tho substitute ha. been drawn to meet 'objections to tho I'csrco bllL r-Tnatsl approprl-- ; tlon bill was reported to the houne Tuesday', but na It bod not been printed the contrite! election esse ot Thorps vs. Their the Fourt&Vlfelnla, district; was sauna up and debated until I o'elock'.vrhen the ''Monday, alarm was created Friday among' the friends of J. C S. lllack't burn, of Kentucky, by tho rcpor that he had suffered a" stroke of paralysis while returning from the1, launching of the two battle ships, at, Newport Tfews. Senator lilackburn BLACKBURN Taken Sndd.nly III In Washington II Wlti Frobably B. Abcmt In Day or Two. WAsnisoiosf, March 20. Considers--bl- e fh 5?1. marriage was flxedfor last after' which' they xvertf, to leave at. once lor ilia coionci rancn ? 'M 4wftt' J f ... I two-stor- up-riv- e. ABins'GTort. March colonel most graciously, out senate Wednesday Mr. Carter (Mont) called up ence to her parents, had anothejr suitbill makln? further prorlslon for a civil the or, John Louis Dozier, a brawny young Kovr rnrurnt for Aloska.and returned his speech, Tuesday, upon the meaiurc. After farm hand, In the employ of Charley a brief discussion of tho bill by Mr. Atkinson, on an ndjolnlng farm. Last Mr. Carter, Perkins (Cat) offered a Sunday her trunk and thnt of Coionci Innu umendment to the measure, providing Igo were packed to leave for Texas for the placing of a license upon al most every kind of business nnd for the lailnit immediately after the marriage the and restitution of the liquor Unfile. The tax on following day. a .holctalo liquor establishment Is fixed nt Secretly Miss Mary communicated I fj.ouu per year; upon a barroom Insny f" by tho ton n of more than I Jo Inhabitants, f I..VC a with Dozier, nnd Sunday night light of tho stars, she skipped with BENATOH J. C. B. BLACKDUItN. year, nnd upon anjs retail liquor saloon In communities of less than l.ajo Inhabitants, 11,010 him to Lexington, where they wcro was ovcrcomo while passing from the per year. A few hours married next morning. Housr-l- t. T. Thorpe was Wednesday Riven later When Col Igo went" to claim his boat to his carriage and was taken ' to his hotel in a state. the seat from the Fourth Virginia ujstrlcu bride ho found that she had Sydney K. Kppcs, who obulnnl tho Ttrtlncilo promised Later In tha day ho recovered sufTho disappointed lover left at ficiently to talk and, Friday night vote, gone. of election, was unseated by a party Mr.Mhorpo waa Riven tho teat by a voteot once for Texas to run his ranch alone. l.VI without a In taking Dozier In preference to tho it was stated that ho Was out of danger to 13a The republicans and would probably lie about In a few break voted for Thorpe and tho demo0 tho, young lndy sacrificed n days. It was stated that tho senator's crats and populists, with tho exception colonel fortune. (Ala.), a populist, voted of Mr. Howard heart was not involved as was at first for Eppes. Iteprcscntallie Berry Wednesday THE SALARIES supposed, but that the indisposition Introduced a bill to pension, nt tto a month, was only the recurrence of nn old Capt. J. W. Hardeman, of Covington. Ivy., trill lie Held Up by a Decision of Ken Twenty-thirmalady from which he has suffered beItecuUr volunteers, (.'apt. Hartucky's Auditor of Slate. deman was postmaster nt Covington during the ' FitAjiKFOirr, Ky., March 29. State fore. Harrison administration, nnd was an unsucKENTUCKY FARMERS cessful candldato when ltcjxold was appointed Auditor Stone held Monday that a bill that becomes a law without tho govby President McKlnlcy. Wasui.votosj, March 35. SstATr The sen- ernor's signature docs not become op- Near Uwensboro Removing Their Household KtTect. and Stock. ate Thursday passed a bill for tho protection of erative till 90 days after the legislature OtVh.Nhiioito, Ky., March 25. The song birds, provldlnz that the Importation Inadjourns, even If the bill docs contain water steady rise of ad to the United States of birds, feathers or parts nn emergency clause providing that Inch continues it only of birds for ornamental purposes be prohibited, lacks a foot ot an hour, and This nnd prohibiting the trausportnllon or sale of it shall take effect at once. the January flood stage. For 50 miles such articles In any territory of the United ruling will keep a number of people States or the District of Columbia. Al including the Frankfort preachers, out up and down the river the farmers noIn accordance with previous 2'30 not- huso abandoned their houses, and tice, Mr. Hate (Tenn.) presented resolutions In of their money for three months, withstanding thu legislature Intended their stock has been removed to higher (1. Harris, memory of the lato Senator Ishara ground. The small packets on Green of Tennessee. Eulosrles were delivered by Mr. they should be paid at once, and will Hate, Mr. Morrill (Vt), Mr. Morgan (Ala ). Mr. be a hardship to several men who river are busy moving corn and stock. A few feet more sv ater nnd local packets Hoar (Mafs.). Mr. Hnwley (Ct.). Mr. Cokrcll worked all through the session devv 111 stop running, (Ma). Mr. Stewart (Nov,), Mr. Chilton (Tex.), because lundiDg pending on being paid ut the end of places and Mr. Turley (Tenn.). At 4 41 p. m., as a are under water. At Owcnsboro the session, that they might meet actmark of respect, the senate adjournal further there Is no Immediate slangcr except until Monday. ual living expenses. to- the cellulose factory, which could Hocse Tho naval appropriation bill wat S'.x Kentucky C'oiiTlcts Ianlon.d Mjo wrecked by a thirty-foo- t cavc-ln- , at taken up In the House Thursday, and alter FitAMiroirr, Ivy., March 20. Acting considerable difficulty an arrangement was of about 8iOO,000.- - alieilfanks, Gov. Worthington pardoned six noted however, have been protected bjsand made to close general debato st t o'clock Saturday. The debate Thursday was not on sen They wero as fol- bags, and a force 'ot'wca are ready criminals Friday. sational lines, but every radical expression lows: John Wilberton, Campbell witii more, uniy a severe wii was cheered to the echo by the crowded gallerndcr false will do any creat damacrt The speeches of Messrs. " Dayton. county, obtaining money ies. (W. Va.) Arnold (Pa.) fcoUV ol pretenses', Eugene Lair, Urajt county, prospect, which .wos tho best and whom took advanced manslaughter; .Howard JLvltlc, Pike In all the bottew Utauls ot Is aggressive action xo eeua murder; Kentucky, has been i sroutcrt Intense cntb beg-u- n SoO,-00d posllloas-MntfavoiV- -. I. K-e- In-e- ten-Inc- h Wn.t.tAU KWAIIT OI.ADSrO.tB. ltdc-termin- i! 1 any Information from reaching th press concerning Mr. Gladstone; but it is learned that his condition Satur tion, which Is assuming tangible form, urdny vv ns most critical. 'fho speech of 1'rcmler Hanotonx In On. H.y or 1'racis ,, chamicr lust fcatumny is Ntvv Yoiik, Mnreli 28. A special to BJ'arls na foreshadowing at least If not direct steps, toward tho llernld fnm Wnshlngton snysi . Tho ono rny ot penco Is that Spain ot mediation by tranco and other contitliu lust moment may offer it solution nental powers. There Is good reason that will prevent war. Tills proposi- to believe Spain Is ready and anxious tion which miiy bo submitted, is thnt for this move, nnd has been encourag It Spain will agrco to sut a definite near ing nt tho European capitals.' dalo before which she is to pacify tlio would not be an offensive Intrusion, island by a form of autonomy, or fall- but more a friendly offer to mediate ing, will withdraw her ship and tho differences which hnvo recently troops nud acknowledge tho Independ- threatened to terminate In war ence of the isluud. tho United States and Spain. Mr.. Drill. Imlor I'sruell Dead. I.omio.v, March SS. Mrs. Delia Tudor liouso went Into commit an (rep.. N. T.) If ."' fetwcrMsSa. Cbttfrh. slderatlon of the bill. : fa ," UeATrrvu.i.K, Ky., Marcli 29. Dur . Wtsuis-GTONMarch M. SKNATS s ing a meeting at a church eight miles tesslon. nni-piatillorss Tho stirring scenes of thoPlftyllrst from here. Jefferson Johnson shot congress, when members of the minority wcro Andrew Strong In tho head, and ltv1s rharglng down the aisles protesting against thought that he can not live. lloth the rulings of Speaker Heed, wcro recalled urc'young men and had been on tho Frldav In the turbulent protests made by the outs for some time. Johnson Is a son minority ngatnst a rullngof therhalruurlng tho consideration of tho natal appropriation I of Hon. T. C. Johnson, nn attorney of The ruling In eflcct compelled members 1,1,1, pinca Strontr's father is Jiidgo blur to confine their remarks under the fire-I- ,, .."i 'c. i,. c- u. .u luuu.j. "iiu.it;, u-juufminute mlo to tlio subject before the , house, nnd was made against Mr. Hart-ma- n Hackwrnter isurrountU Mtnrgl.. (IUer. re'p. Mont), who attempted to Stuiiois, Ky., March 29. The Ohio lues-sagmake a political speech. The ruling was deriver is still rising at the rate of on nounced as a usurpation, and appeal after was taken. When all else failed every Inch an hour, and CaseyvlIIo is already expedient was resorted to block progress vilih partly submerged. Merchants and citAs a result but four p ges were the bill izens are preparing to move out, ns of. Hcforo the bill was tBken up for comamendment Mr Koss (rep, Iir) a member of there is no prospect of the wuter the naval committee, made n general speech in ing te a stand before the dunger lino advocacy of the roll') of building up a strong is reached. Tho backwater is nil about and powerful nuvy, Sturgis, which is five miles from tho Washisuton, March 59. Senate-- A scene Ohio. of intense was presented In tho senate Monday Senator l.lniHay'. Idea, when tho presidents message transmitting the LouiSVIM.K, Ky., March 28. The folBudlngs of the M itne rourt of Inquiry was reTho galleries were packed to the lowing statement bearing on the Spanceived doors and the attendance of senators wasqulto ish situation wns received here from approbation of the world. as large as It has been at any time during the prop- Another important Spanish docupresent session. Eager to asicrtnln the fulfill Senator William Lindsay: "Tho ment which reached the government Ings of the rourt, score. iif members ' cr course lor tills ijoveriimeiu. to pur'during the day was the abstract of tho of the house, after the adjournment of thnt suo Is to recognize thu Independence body, had hurried to tho senate chamber and of tho Cubans and follow that up by "report of Iho Spanish nnval commisthe floor was Md. assistance as they may require to sion which Investigated the destructhe reading of tion of the Maine. It is the only begun, a hush so mnrked fell ov r tho bring pcaco on tho Island." one might have heard a Shut From Ambunti. answer Spain has thus far made chamber lhatThroughout the reading ol fall. govern- - pin LlVlKosro.v, Ky., March 29. William action of this to the both the message and the findings of tho to Spnln ccurt thcro was not the slightest demonstra- Hundley, who shot nnd killed John submitting In 'ment tho tion. Following closely upon the message and Lawrence at llrush creek, this county, through Minister Woodford finding's of the American court. Tho findings came the speech of Mr Money (Miss.) nbout n month ngo, was fired upon 11 In Cuba and the upon his conclusions reached by the Spanish deduction recent observations he had made. He times from behind a pilo of cross tics, from them which are directly the opposite spoke extemporaneously, and hts vigorous ami while waiting for a train at Hrus.li commission of those of tho American court. No at time Impassioned eloquence tarried his creek Sundny. lie Is only slightly demands hnvo been made In connec- auditors In full sympathy with him Uioii tho wouuded. announcement of Ilcprcentatlvo SlnipUlus' tion witli tho Maine, and therefore Two Tired of Life. death. the senate adjourned. there is no response beyond tho subLouisville, Ky., Mnrch 29. Two Hocse Tho re ullngot the president's me report. mission of tho Spanish sago In the houso Monday was listened to with residents of Louisville, who were tired Following tho call of the Spanish breathless interest by the members nud tho1 0f life, ended It Monday morning. spectators In the galleries who wero crowded Val Roth, a printer, despondent minister nt tho state department, tho box. Just one wave of In like sardines French ambassador, M. Cambon, had :i applause swept In a floor to celling and then out of work, hanged himself, from conference with Judge Day. This reItcprosentatlvo Slmpkln (Mass.) while Theodoro Carter, a war veteran, the death of newed thu talk ot Kuropean mediawas announced and tho house adjourned. crazed by rheumatism, shot himself. mr?m$rififi!t$i gfr- ' J4 ''?! r. rumored here Friday night that Gov. Ilrndley, before tho late adjournment of tho legislature, held a conference wllh Speaker lleckhamand other lcgls- -' lntors, and intimated that in case of war, which he believe! is nearly certain, on extra session of the legislature would bo called. The extra session, it Is presumed, would bo called to make provision for a better equlpmeuX of tho state troops. Driven Out Ily High Water. ,, .. .7 rcrsver Int Gov. Worthingtos, nursuny the absence of Got. vgflgBaM The vetoed tho bill was Introduced by Mr; r.'of Owcnsboro. nud was passed JjK both houses bv nn overwhelmlnrfs majority. It Is vetoed on constitutional grounds, Tho measure was stringent in its provisions and made it an offense to havo cigarettes or cigarette material In as well as to manufacture. sell, loan or uso tho same. It would have been a great blow to tho tobacco trade If it had become a law. May Ci.ll an hxtra hrision. FnAJiKFOitr, Ky., March 25. It was -Mtl-cigarn, ssllteaisrw, "IS.'": 2S. Tho Newpout, Ky., March homes of moro than 500 families of Newport were surrounded by water nt So great daylight --Saturday morning. was tho rlso during tho night that at tiny break many families found themselves compelled to desert their homes. 'Die water had reached Fifth street Saturday afternoon and surrounded tho houses nt tho corner of Isabella and Fifth. Third nnd Fourth streets are both under water. Kentucky Minrp.lioiitern. pLKA8s.Tvn.l.K, Ky., March 28. In the event of war with Spain, Isaac N. Johnson, captain of the Sixth Kentucky infantry during the civil war, nnd author of "Four Months in Llbby,"i will ask President McKlnley's permission to ortrnnlzo a company of volun- J- - teer Kentucky sharpshooters. President'. Court. Commended. CmcAOd, March 29. Tho Methodist and Congregational ministers ot Chicago went on record at their regular nicotines Monday in regard to the trouble between tho United States and Spain. In each case resolutions were adopted fuvorlng Immediate Intervention In behalf of the starving Cubans, and favoring tlio uso of force, If necessary, lu supplying them with food. Tho president's course In regnrd to tho matter was heartily commended at each meeting. of Fanny Danenportwns slightly improved Monday night. A grndunl rally wa noticed by her physicians during thu dny nnd by night the patient's Fanny Davenport Hotter. Chicago, Mnrch 29. Tho condition Auianv, Ky., March 29. At Water-vlovKy., March 29. Alex. Cumberland county, .'esslo Ifar Itccvesjaged It years, shot and killed gcr, oged four years, pulled a pot ot Jesse Lang, aged 12, at Lougview Sun boiling coffee over. Her mouth was day cvcnlnir. Heeves Is In jail ana open and the eollee scalilea ncr mount, claims it was accidental. The veruici throat nnd face so that sho died In a of the coroner's inquest says the shootshort time. ing was unjustifiable. Lynching Parly Alter Dyer. Ky., March 29. A Palntsvii.i.k. l'.i. mined (or Weapons. IlviiKN, Ky., March 29. Every one lynching party Is after Everett Dicr, who enters tho courthouse hero during who shot and killed Charles Andeison, tho present term of tho circuit court Is deputy shci Iff of Magotliu county SatGuards uro urday, while Audcrsonuasatteraptlug searched for weapons. stutioued at tho door for this purpose. to arrest Dyer. A roy Murderer. Child Scalded to Deal h. v, n The Louilun standard on the Stealage. London, March 29. The Standard Pnrnell, daughter of thu celebrated sajs: "With n report so Inconclusive American nnvnl ofllcer, Rr. Adm. Chas. and a presidential message so cordial Stewart, and mother of tho lain Chns. toward Spain, the lutter should be Stew nrt I'urnell, died Snturday night able to make suitable amends. There nt Avondnlo, Hathdrum, county Wick-lo- fore wnr on that Isstio need not bo apIreland, as thu result of tho burn prehended. Still tho situation Is ex received lVlilny from tho Igniting of ceedingly grave. All tho reports of her clothing while alio wns sitting compromlso emanate from America, n flro. Tho d u Hirer is not passed. Let tho United States continue In their patient aim D.iiutlr.. flnr.il. J.trhitoNviii.r-- Hu.. March 28. Tho mood. Their Interests in Cuba, humanifamous tug Dauntless has been offered tarian or commercial, uro not great by Its nniieis to tho government ns n enough to ninko It worth their while to break tho peace of the world." torpedo boat bo-fo- re , chances for recovery wero considered better than for some days previous. Itearhes It. Illghett at Cincinnati. Clsciwati, March 29. At 3 a. in. Tuesday tho stage of water In tho Ohio river hero reached 01.4. This Is beKy., March 2(5. PenFitANKroiiT, lieved to bo tho highest and it Is flood will now recede. road Friday morning, was shot to itentiary Surgeon limner has vncti thought the Hundreds of homes nud many business death by it man said to bo Everett natcd bOOeonvicts during the last threo ayDwyer. properties nre flooded. Mure Itlnml S'my Yard. Cal., March 20. Great activity prevails at tho Mare Island navy yard. Tho cruiser Philadelphia has been hauled from the stream and lies alongside tho quay wall, near the Tho gunboat Yorktown Charleston. has also lieen towed to tho wall and all three ships fairly swarm with men at hit hours. The Charleston Is rapidly nenrlng completion and w 111 bo ready to go into commission lu a comparatively short time, Tho Yorktown, too, Is e nearly ready for sen, and tho of suppl!vforbQtk are now being made, ArtWIty Tho Jury In the case of Edward Carney, on trial lu thu circuit court charged with unlawfully detnlnlng a woman, returned a verdlet of guilty and sending hltu to tho penitentiary for a term of two years. He is only 15 years old and belongs to mi Influential family. imlrer Shot lo Dentil. Ky., Mnrch 20. Charles Andersou, deputy sheriff of this county, vvhllo on tho Middle Fork Only Fifteen Year. Old. Ky., March 23. HopKlNSVllXK, Louisvil I.K. Ky., March 28. Tho First regiment, Kentucky stato guards, is preparing for war. Cob Cnstleman, commanding, Issued nn order for captains of companies to bo present at tho armory from S to 9 o'clock p. in., dally, for tho purpose of eullstlng men to completo the compliment authorized by law for each combany, Tho order was written In red Ink, Convict. Iiinuctilitleii Agaln.t Illteatr. U.eil Kelt Ink. 1 a Crul.ei CiiluiiibU ti.sTea HoKilt. for Usui p ton " lf t1WklMSl0jHlU'ittlvn js&JmsafrAirv u V.nrsrkBJsf W-Wiffisiisf- "y I'llll.ADKl.l'lll.v, March 28. .The .'miser Columbia will leave League Island navy yard Monday about noon STin finished for Hampton Iloads. loading ammunition nt five o'clock .Sunday afternoon, nfter which her pilots wero tnl.cn on board, AlH.ks Tnii.iiirt.)tloit Hates. San I'litNciseo, Murch 28. Judging by the number of vessel now engaged lit tho Alaska transportation tradu it Is almost certain thnt rates vvlU tako a deckled tumble within tho lle-few weeks, n. ... tvrW McKlnlry llurnt-i- l In Klttcy. UuitAMio, Col., March 29. President JIcKinley wns burned In elllgy hero Monday evening lu consequence of his rnessagu on thu destruction of thu Maine, The sentiment was so strong that there was not n voice raised la opposition to tho net. Heated spc-chewere Indulged In after tho elllgy wus swung from a tree in tho center of tho town, and then In response to u voice from tho crowd suggesting that tho people subscribe Co a fund to reimburse 8puln for thu explosives used on tlio Maine, ti list was opened. In a few rulnuWs oyer $109 was ralwd. s Vaiikjo, at the pur-chas- llewvy Fruttt. Laundry Hums. LouisviLLK, Ky,, March 20. Heavy Hksdehso.v, Ky., March 25. At 1 Hollo-wayfrosts fell hero 'lhursduy night, doing o'clock Friday morning E. S. steam laundry was destroyed by considerable ilnmuge to the gardeners tire. Tho outfit was valued nt 83,500, of Jefferson county and nipping the with no insurance. Laundry to tho fruit trees that had started to bud. amount of $500 was burned. Tho build- Uoparts from tho statu ludlcnta there ing wa owned by Mrs. Meyer, of Cin- wcro frosts In all sections. Tho dum cinnati. It was gutted, and wns val- ago to fruit can not Iks estimated, but It Is not thought to havo lieen severe. ued at SJ,50Q. Partly Insured, Hath County Iluylug Turnpikes. a.oclnatluu Order. , Fhankkoiit, Ky., March 20. Tho SnuuivviLLr-- Ky., March 26, City rouncll held a special meeting and or Unth county fiscal court bus contractdered comnulsorv vaccination for ed for turnpikes to tho amount of SJ.V Three roads, pre yet, to bt pur every luan, woman and child U) tbu tsoo. 's chased, k Ti ivB LJ1 - s stl-P- v' QHpBgflHHjjKKjPHGHflC 711 falk-cjtiswU 75" tfJF-t-B- . mqwmwm mm&SMMMatitmim wmmsmmmmsm Ifc- - 4f,'ii - . "SiS , .OS ,- - JHE HICKMAN COURIER. WAR IN THE AIR. The World on a Volcano. A SKWKRAdK SYSTEM. Simy be a "Wnr l'car." rr - ,Uew "One of tbe first effects of war would be a rise in freight rates and that would have to come off the grain at this end. Then the scare that would follow the declaration of war would send prices downward In all lines. "But Europe Is almost entirely dependent upon this country for breadstuff and other kind of food. When she disoovers that tbe sup ply is in danger of boing cut off there will be a scramblo for stock to tide her over and prices will consequently riso. "Another factor in the maintenance of high prices will be that tbe government will become a large buyer. Immense quantities of grain will be needed to feed the troops. If there are 100,000 men in the field it will be necessary to have supplies for twice that number, as it Is Impossible to tell at just wbut poiut thoy will be needed." Editor Courier: 1 see tho City Council arc taking active steps to have, tho city thoroughly AHUL 1, 1898. FRIDAY, Is the Nineteenth Century to go cleaned, m a preventive of yellow fever. out i in id scenes of blood and This is a step In tho right direction. I No Politics in War. Is t ho Twentieth Century would call tho publlo attention to what to dinwi on n general war, in which I deem of tho utmost Importance that No politics font all patriotism In all nations shall be involved T is, to lay an 18 inch newer pipe down tho from tho wagtime or war, and yet a deal of Grave fears are expressed that if centre of Clinton street comes on later. The the world's peace shall bo brosen on factory to near tho county jail, theuco politics river; and compel tho owners into American people now present ono tho period will be one of wars and of c tho building on each sido of tho cry solid front no Republicans, no rumors uf wars, which will cause street to thoroughly uuderdrnin them no a general upheaval of nil society into said sew er, and aNo Uko out all Democrats, no Populists earthen clcets in nald district. r or West all and all sorlel.v and all ciiillzatiou. Tho main sower can Iki put in at a cost North, South, East not exceeding Twelve Hundred Dollars. other issues drowned all other Certainly the signs of the tunes If tho city's tvvouuo will not afTonl all are qnestinns silenced. In fact, oppo- poiut to such a result. Here fac- thin expense, this roar, let the Council Spain and the United bearing whilst ing ench other in an States sition to sn Administration Impending Lssuo three vears interestoxcecdlug notes one- managing and conducting ft war, cnnfiiot provoked by the barliar receivable for taxes, notam sure a ntiiii-1h- t thlnl each year, ami I caii-noof property owners w ill taVo thorn amounts almost to treason in the ity ami murderous treachery of par. ana minds of llio people, and this feel, the former nation. England Eng- at It is well known that tho yellow fever Germany, Russia. tag almost iuvariahly leads to the land audFrance andGreece aud the of 1878 originated in tho block jnt France, south of Jackson street, obliteration of all other party is- Balkan states aud Turkey, Japan son ami Uarroll streets. between Jack-- 1 At that tltno sues for the lime being, and to re- and Chum, all with unsettled dis- there were cellars under nearly all of1 tho houses taining the war administration at putes and all armed or arming for stagnant in that hick in which stood water and tilth. The sauio is until the war is over. In the a conflict when the opportune lime true least of nearly ewry house on tho shall arrive. Apparently tho whole south side of Clinton street. Stagnant rivil war there was opposition to world is resting on a volcano, is to be found there from early water the Lincoln administration, bb which a spark at any time may put soring until lato summer tho floors of rotting inert was to Jeff Davis in the into full and dangerous notlvity. all tno nouses eonsiauwy water, toinns stagnant adding hay Confederacy, but it amounted to There is a general feeling of un- nnthluu to tho numerous ecus riools, of tho real aud apprehension which ta In- tnUwun?! private rltwnta. All of this nothing, ni many of such leadsystem dicated the ileuflne In the coti 1 remedied ers on ml ttmir rowmril In milita- markets. by Armies (bat havestock snggostco:, aud should tho ilouo at above long once, bo ry prisons and not in public oflioe. been Inactive are anxious to hear if wo wish to avoid tho pestilence this Ruinous blunders, defeats, dis- the bugle call. Ships that have summer. Respectfully, II. A. Tywr. graces and humiliations, might never fired a hostile gun are ready for conflict. There are millions of THE HORSELESS CARRIAGE. patriot dissatisfied turn the highly-wroughumau beings who ism of the country against the ad would welcome such a conflict as The horseless electric csrriage ministration in power, and cause a chance to uhauge their condithem to be swept from office, but tion. They have nothing to lose, is coming into practical use. A nil ordinary issues of economics and whatever might come, wealth, livery company of Chicago has history-makinand partisan politics finds no hear glory, fame or death, would be in coutractod for fifty of them to do duty at depots, clubs and hotels, ing when a brave penvle have differently welcomed. and will have them on tbe streets tasted blbod in defense of their witnin thirty days. They promise country. LOSS 0E LIFE I!f WARS. to come Into very general use A oood investment is to purchase f wherever thero are good streets The civil war cost 303 000 lives. and good roads, and perhaps they bottle of Ohninbcrlnin's Conch Remedy, is good when you first tako a cold ; it Of this number 08,089 were slain will join hands with the bicycles It is pood when your cold is seated and tu battle. The vast army that your lungs are soro. It is good for any succumbed to disease was uo less to get better highways everyWe wish travelers could rcalzo the where. kind of a cough and is pleasant aud importance of having with thema boteasy to take. Kor Balo by T. T. Swayno, than 184,331, while the remaining tle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chole-.- i and 20,000 or so died of wounds. AX IMIUXAX WAR. Diarrhoea Remedy. Change of wuttr At the battle of Waterloo 51,000 Flour Adulteration. and diet frequeutlv produces dianhnt .i, men were killed or disabled. Senator Proctor's statement of which can lw quickly cured with this The adulteration of wheat flonr There were 145,000 soldiers in what he saw in Cuba has made a it uicdy. For sale bv T T Swayiu. it glucose, that great struggle, andwas is esti- deep impression upon all who with starch, soap-stonmated that one inau either COMMISSIONER'S SALE. or fullers' earth, one or all, it is killed or disabled for every 400 have read it. It is a careful, sesaid, is growing to alarming pro shots fired, counting botti the ar- rious and unsensutionsl presentaFulton Circuit Court, Ktntuely, portions, and many leading papers tillery and rifle shots. tion of facts, which discloses the J. J. Jones, Ext'r, &c, Plff. vs. In Etulty Iu the Crimean war 05,015 lives utter inhumanity of the Spanish are crying aloud demanding a Na' were sacrificed, and at Uorodino, policy. The warfare waged by J. W. fc W. D. Powell. &c., tional law against the practice. In Deft. when the French and Russians Spain in Cuba is a warfare against By virtno of a Judgment and Cnbr the absence of any law, the peo fought, 78,000 men were left dead women flinrt, was eviaud children. ple's only sure protection is to on the battlefield. There were dently Wejler's aim toIt suppress of Sale of the Fulton Circuit thireuf. rendered nt the January term use corn meal. The small mills 250,000 troops in combat In that the rebellion by starving the fam- lb!W, in tho utmve r.in-- for tho miu of throughout the country are not engagement. ilies of tho iusnrgents, whom he Fourteen Thoas.mil, Two Hundred Set Dollars, and Since the birth or Christ 4,000,-000,00- 0 could not conquer with arms. The euty-See- at tho rate of 0 per cent, will anwith the mixers, and, supplied ptr men have been slain in women aud children and old men num from tho '.'4th day of Jaiiiary, tbcrofore, we stand the best battle. Before the beginning of 18)3. until paid, and all cotda hcrtin, I were driven Into the and chance to get pure wheat flour the Christian era tbe losses can towns from their farms citiescoun- nhall proceed to offer for sale a tho and door iu Hickman, Kr., to from the small millers. One of not be estimated, owing to the try homes, aud they have been Court-houstho highest bidder, at PUBLIC 1UC leading, papers thus speaks of very iudistinct and inaccurate ac- allowed to perish by the thous- TION, on Monday, tho 11th diy of the counts that have been handed ands for lack of sustenance. Snob April, 180a, at 2 o clock, p. in., ortiere-abou- t (bepreeesi: down. It is generally conceded, a war policy is an outrage upon (being County Court day), upon Ffar, bearing Atlanta or Nash however that the numbers said humanity.. a credit ot six, twelve and eigtiwn brands is especially corn to have participated is tke battles months, tho following described pp-ert-y TlHf : Lot No. 14 and the Rm brands from other mid.1. otber warn ItpfiUTHE NORTH. 46 tect ot Lot no. H, in tho Old town n are tamest eases nearly as of the Greek t. nations. eJifctwMMUat.woTl UlokniRU. . Tko Monk l.H of Minne- been greatly tfltaerated. Publish- - Nos. 218 and 219, and West 43 feet of apolis de sot auke or sell 'spiked Franco-Prsssfa- a Lot No. fi, in West Hickman, Ky. ; and In tbe war 77,- flour. They are Bot equipped with uuo Frenchmen were killed. Tbe Lots Nos 0 and 7 of West Hickman vi Begro has no real friends cinity lots ; all as known and designated 'mixers';; 'blenders.' These Germans fired 30,000,000 rifle abota at tke Nortb. We are willing to upon tho plan or map ol tho town oi openly advertised in and 303,000 artillery shots to at Hickman, aud owned by tho believe, for we see something of fendants J. Ky., and W. D. Powell. dethe Northwestern Miller, and there tain this result. it here, that the negro does not Abo, the W. t acareely a middleman or miller North-wesis quarter of Sec- quarfrom Lake Erie to Nashville and Timan is usually a Drovalenco ot show to advantage after crossing liun Jtf, and all of tho bouth-wes- t ter Atlanta that has not at least one rheumatism, during the changeable and the rotomac and tbe Ohio. It fiideof Section 18 that lies on the Wcot of tho Nashville, Chattanooga Si of the machines. The middlemen wet weather. If afflicted, procuro a seems to us that the further he Railroad, both in Township 1, of Nashville and Atlanta have bottlo of Chamberlain's Pain Balm, wanders from the Sontb the more St. Louis West, Fulton county, Ky., bo- wmen is only externally used. It af. bumptious aud offensive he be- Range 4, more of them, however, than the f ords quick relief and certain cure. For tuugiug in me ueieuouni, j. . comes. But this is largely due to and containing about 320 ncrex, more millers of their States possess. sale by T. T. Swavne. the fact that he realizes the hos- or less; orsunicient thereof to produco They are wholesale mixers in every sense of the word. King tile environment in which he is the sums of money so ordered to be CUUA FOR THE NEUKO. made. For tho purplaced, aud in bis foolish way re- chaser, with the purchase price or securAdulteration holds court in those approved security sents it. 'Ihe fact remains, how ities, must execute bond, bearing legal towns. Louisville Commercial. intereht from tho "These mixers aro run by steam sale until Rev. G. W. Young, of Richmond ever. The negro's best and most and having tho day of and effect paid, force of a or electric power, and they have Ky., proposes a plau for the col- genuine friends are at the South, as many down or feed spouts as onization of the negro, a scheme and ft is among the former slave-holdin- g Judgment. Bidders will bo prepared to these terms. clashes that he finds the comply promptly with P. TAYLOR, there are ingredients in the flour that has been much discussed but W. which they turn out. These spouts never agreed upon by the theor truest esteem and tbe most helpCommissioner. are gauged to put into the mix-- ists, whose motives have a wide ful friendship," By Tom Dillo.v, Sn., Dep. Com. This March 21st, 1898. tnre a certain desired per centage wide variance. The Rev. Mr. A HEROINE. of a given ingredient, whether it Young's idea favors the acquirebe starch, soapstone. gluooae or ment of Cuba by the United States fuller's earth. AH twrtios knowing themselves in and setting it apart for homestead anKate Oarney, tbe Chicago womwho saved & Rice settlements of tee colored people girls employed the lives ofinfortv dobteti to tho firm of Sanders settloat War Would be a Booh to Farmen. the! will pleaoecomo forward and under her of America. He points to the Wabash holocaust at the risk of once, as wo wish to cIomo up tho lato there Hice & Naylok, 'The effect a war with Spain fact that peoplo are thousands of her own, is heroine who deserves Arm's business. colored of this country a monument. Such herolu Successors to Sanders & Rice, would have on the American grain who were never able to acquire is not market has Interested me very homesteads in tbe great West, for men or women. often found among She placed tbe much,'' said M. L. Johnson of W. the reason that It was all settled girls Id tbe elevator of tbe burn- CK before they had been long enough ing building H. Small & Go., says the Evans-Titl- e and ordered ft lower free to avail themselves of it. (Succeaeor to Wm. DietUtbriok,) Courier. "I have questioned The Alaskan climate is too cold ed without her, because there was not room in it for ber, aud took deales in a great many people in the busi- for them, and ness about It, and their answers when open forthe Indian territory her chances of escaping when it settlemeut, offers do not agree. Seme say grain no possibility of success to them. seemed almost hopeless to attempt would rise, others that It would To the southern white man tbe it. She fought her uny out fall. I have figured it out for my- question is a vital one because through smoke and ilame, burned, self and have come to the con- the country home with but not seriously. The Chicago KBNWiKY. clusion that both are correct. The its southernsettlement is fading Dispatch Is raising a fund for her B1QKMAN, negro which should bo liberally subscrib first effect would undoubtedly be trom memory. ed, and when she dies no man or a decline and the second and more FREE DEUVEUY. lasting effect a very marked rise The State (Jourt of Appeals bas woman in Chicago will moro rich ly deserve a monument. in prices. Telephone Store No. 91; Besl adjourned niOKMAN, KY., car-iing- par-IIsh- ii y )' It is uot by any means Itnprob able that while the United States are engaged in the work of driv luc Spain from Cuba by foroe of arms, Great Britain may be com pellcd to assume the far more, threatening tnsk of forcing Russia up to relinquish her strnngle-holon China. Late cablegrams trnni tho scene of the Anglo Russian crisis are ominous to it decree. The crisis has reached Its acute since wllh China's formal agree inent toghoto Russia a lease of i'ort Arthur, u 'J5ear and the lease of right to construct ii railway from IVtuiin, In Manchuria, to and Tort Arthur. This surt render of Chinese territory lie sanctioned by Great Britain unless that Power is prepared to submit to the swallowing up of nil China by Russia, with Germany and V ranee allowed to hold a por t I each of that doomed country. That both Ureal lirltaln anf. Russia appreciate the gravity tho situation is apparent. T Lv London Times says editorial! that the uewB may compel Kn land to take immediate act Hnsnln has ordered all classes tho Russian army reserve to be held in readiness for a summons to active service, aud his deolded to send to East Asia a farce of 50,000 troops of the first lino of This certainly looks reserved. like business. Many thoughtful person are beginning to believe that 98 is yet destined to prove an enohnl year iu tbe matter of wars. There is nssuridly a rather solid foundation for tie belief at tbe present moment, The civilized world is nuvthite but peaceful in spirit or comfortable in tbe relations existing a tiling its great Powers. IS WHAT WE Spring SELL! AnnDMcement! . jtPafc"- - .A.T Everything that's Good to Eat! Prices to Suit You ! MY NEW STOCK DRY GOODS arc arriving on every train nml stock ever shown iu Hickman. I invite your attention tu the extreme, low prices nfleringdho very bent nt wo will OK Spring and Summer take upccial 3LHDFORJ? The BEST OFFER . de HOQERS, -- plcaiuru in .showing you tlio prettiest, most tdylisli and the best bdectcd a which I nm Ever Made by a Newspaper! fabrics, ni I will always buy the very best in tho no The MiaU weekly Uopuhllr, the beat tenertl- - nfwiipfr printed I wnrll. eontninlnn ll I lie news In eljbl p(ei Mitt The IttpuMlo .iiauei .Mnne one yetr lor n.ftu The Kepublle Sutnlsj Mfiliie w the newppr tuocMi of 1807 A 18 Inrt ne home journal of Ibe beet every week, K Pce ot tun, 14 e Millnjc prlnit,l. It eonldoa more iiee of the hrlihteii aiiil were In nj plcmrti nil( tsrtoonl tlisn e'er tlientpled Republic olher puhlleil. ,w ''.More ii He J writers nol nl.H eontribute Iu The Msmtiue llio lo muj older Weilera pullioinn. The Mgilne will be loll only In connection with tbt lie puMlo, but it mailed eeprlely etoh week. Addreei all orden to twloe-t-wetk, Wa 5S LARGK PAflES EVERY WKCK FOll ONLY rf"l E5fS fljpJuaWWa hlgh-clst- i market and give tho public the benefit of tho low price. Call ami thcBO goods beore buying elsewhere. t oli, li H. C. AMBERG. IHiioiM'HMir Mint-week- DVCEj"STEiI:j luU llr ,SALKK to IIST, T1IK A. A. UKI'MMC, Nt. I, ou Ii, .Tlo. t . V FIRST CAR JUST RECEIVED I Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Musical Instruments. lllirillltl!(IAHIlLTt'.WOIiK(il!nltTU! Call and Sec our New Stock of Jewelry. Clinton Mlrcct. 1IICKXA!V, KY. r I jLaVLJZaaaaaaaS TV I aV " "Majestic" Cooking Ranges. The Best in the World ! k 9 .S leu ALL OTIIEK GOODS AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST! I'aHMat Hake aJNInlnk its Strongest Points Is it 1 la Buylag Oae of tHese Ranges 'W Ono of t?: ECONOMY IN TUE USE Ol FUEL!. o n 0 .t ' M. B. Shaw, Hardware, Queensware, -- UkcB Hinoults In 4 Minnies Light Onylug a ''Majestic" iiienns a liie-tlm- tem In 40 Nlnatr. of Kconouiipsl Oooklnc Call and Kxamlnc Thru. 1'auHI liny no Ofkrr. - e pii wStm eVID trefcy,a4 to-w- ...Groceries... m VSVlfn Pti ! K-r- I-- jBa Free Dclivety. r. t- - HICKMAN WAGON CO., r tbk raLtaauTa inmKmt' '. ,nemTmi VLtaaam S!Z2L5hhm nuyy?Pt"&- T 2 t.rf'St ... !r' v ?i mAVWWAcrx; fliaBBaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa k JaBaaVaVB?BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBr VSP -- s N. &$ JSmi-- afanilBlalammmmmmmamKSfrZaammmmmmK ' J Ig Jlk Caruthers' Cafe and Restaurant. Clioioa Tnoy CaxidiM, Taffy Mado Daily! Dozen for 2oc. Served any Style ! Txemh Telephone 90. .HICKMAN WAGONS, West Point 0)rsters I wo nwn and wwm national bank, CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. DIHIOTOBS. It. BUCHANAN, J.J.atlONDURANT, O. 0. TIIREI.KKLD, M 1 Fresh. Foreign and Commotio Fruits I ., L "l4mr ITuloi. vmj Bread and Cake Received Dally! w .. self-sacrifi- fVWWW 'WWWW I. Bartlett, If They Were Not True. Fancy Groceries and Provisions, idanoo, ,L. SHAW, J W. ALEXANDER, E. CASE. J. A. THOMPSON. O II. DUCHAKAN. SON Caihler; PreilJnli J. J. nONDUKANT, HEN KUYKKNIMLL, Aeilitant'Caeliltr. C. PPIOB TIS J. A. THOMP- KERR A HANDLE, tar It Is for c k Judge Jas. D. White thinks Ollie James will not get tbe Doin ocratio nomination for Oongross, but that Charlie Wbeoler will. TnwiE Is a law Id this State whlob provides for tho sale of a worthless man who is fined by a court and is uot able to pay tbe flue. We notice two negroes were sold tbe other tiny at Glasgow, Ky., who were purchased by farm-erto work on farms until their Hues were paid by work. The decree uf sale was made uuder tbe coiutuou law of vngrauuy, a to April Ifltb. against the field Governor of Tenuesseo. Senatoii Elmore, of Graves, is slated for and has beon promised the wardenship of the Kddyville penitentiary, says tho corrospou dout of the Louisville Times. If a democrat or popnllst bad mmle that speech of Ben Ham. sou's chargiug the rich with Byste nmtio be would have lieou held up as an anarchist long ueiore tula. The Louisiana Convention has adopted the educational qualified ion oi r ending aim writing, or a $300 property qualification aud me payment oi ei poll tax. as a prerequisite for voting. Tiikbe are two many laws, What is needed is the repeal of half of them and the enforcement of tho other half. Oat ot ninny of tho laws existing only comes failure to enforce. Theub appears a very considerable difference of opinion with us aud Spain about Wall street. Tbe Spaniards think Wall street Is trying to precipitate war and we thluk Wall street is trying to prevent it. Senator Blackburn's friends will be glad to know that tbe newspaper reports of his illness last week were exaggerated and that ho is ont of danger. He did not have au attaok of paralysis, but a ioll of iudigestiou, McMilten IT Is probable that if tbe Spanish war lasts a year that we will Ho.0. solve the free silver question. Silver may not be equal lo gold, but tl Is a good thing to rail bnuk on in war times, and beats shin plasters out of sight. Beautiful .Sea THeCasH Grocer J. tf. WITTING, DEALER IN u3 Special Furniture Yalues. Just at tho season of tho year when you think tho rooms need a little briKliteniiif? up lust when tho nneds are in siKht, wo list thoHO Siclal Valor. Every item in our Furniture is tho modern kind artistic and serviceable, and with that supo rior finish that (,'oes only with tho holiest qualities 13.25 I and the If yon found wc dld'not stAto tho facts just as they existed yon wonld hardly read our advertisements yon wonld not And them of interest. It's becanso wo make overy tuuor-tioRood wo phovr them by tho ijunlltieM n iiricew. That's why our statements aro of n. teront to careful buyers. Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, &c , jFINE WATCH 3 Doors R. T. TTLKR. AND JEWELRY REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. - Qotiulno Soth Thomas Alarm Clocks for 11.00. Shells. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES East of Laclede Hotel, rree't. C. A. H0LC0IBE, V. HICKMAN, KY. PfM't. W. C. J0HHSO5, Every ono admire thorn. Slnco com TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC, lug South I have received numerous in mnncn irom .Northern neonlo fur sea shell), and now I nm prepared to answer Mf Stock Is alwaje Freifa and Compleli, ye, i can seuii you shells, ror 1 lwvo and t incite the p nbllo to conx made quite a collection of lovely shells, an! pee me. both from our owu coast, tho coral reefs. Cash paid for Country Produce. and some beautiful ones from tho West India Islands. I will mail a dozen, uo Witling's old etnnd, Clinton Street, two alilco, to any ono who sends u stump HICKMAN, KY. tor postage, l ours, Mas. F. A. Wakneii, Jacksonville, Fin. Oano Seat Ohalw, per set Bedsteads, with rollers Oak Suites, first class Nico Antique Wardrobes, . . 1.C5 13.00 ...... 8.25 HICEMAN BANE, taatler HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. AND VKDIVIDED IntorostinR bnyors along tho lino of thrift and economy mooting nuycouipetlt ton that may arise, and in tho mostsatisfao. tory inauuor, is tho policy of our store. IT Paid Up Capital $50,000.00. PnOFITH tlO.OOO. Solicits yonr business. Wo offor tho most Liberal AooommodatloDi to our Customers Consistent with Established Unnklnc Principles. K. T. TYLER, 0. A. HOLCOMDE. J. NAYLOH, W. II. HALTZER J. W. CO WO ILL, W. L. McCUTOHEN, W. 0. JOHNSON.. ALEX. A. PARIS & SON, WHOLKSALC AND Cash Book Store. $ . Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS, STATIONERY, 53BSteptiens & Smith, 8imiLll8 RtTlL DEALERS IS Pitted urg Coat of all grades, front L. POWELL HAS 0FENED A DIRBOTOBS DR. S. K. D. Q. PARK. J. & O, HPEiaUT First Pool to Slaok. PARE MAYFIELD, SPEIGHT, KENTUCKY. Executrix Notice. J DAVIDSON IV lees rang from 13.00 to $4.00 Ton, according to gride. ptr thing up to date. NOTIONS, &c, Call and see our Stock. Every & Co. The untlllr ol the Coal la all the name. the liilfereuce in tbe site of die lump. ALUX. A. fAUIS & SON. . Mary Ukuendes All persons holding claims nfruinst the estato of Hardin Maddox, dco'd aro ro Will do n General Law Ilnslness spectfully reiuiwted to lllo tho same II KM AN, KENTUCKY with It. T. Tyler, proven iw tho law reIn all Courts, State nnd FedIn Weft Hickman, and aiku that tbe Pub. quired and persons indchtetl loa.iid cs call. Our good are all give him In nil tho Courts Ho eral, and tato nni rmuodril to make payment. Freeh. New House I New Qocdil New of Fulton Oonnty. Oflloo ovor Cowfiill &, Co wgill's S. A. JIADDOX, IJxeoutiU. Man I floods delivered fief. 3.23-I- t Drug Stott &' Prompt Attention lllren Collections, Telephone No, 03. Grocery Store ft -- .r.wc- - t A... i ,uiwn & Atj, . - 'w t. W HiBiiiiHHHHQBMLMiaVHHHiHHMHHH i ' y jawawiiiapFMMsaasaaiiasiiaia laaia aawss ' - i 7rWBMWMMPBMMMMMMIMBIBMMMiWMMMMBEWMBWBBWBlMB jftjt H " r - gy ' i- - -- .. ' BUCHANAN'S BANNER This S.1I0 smmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmma We Will Continue E ft! Z H EASTER Determination i & SALE! BANNER SALE 0ur Opening Display of MILLINERY tho NEW SPRING DRY GOODS AND for another week. Wc cordially invite you to inspect our olTcrings. Z S EXCELLENT QUALITY ALL PURE LINEN Unbleached begins MONDAY, A1MUL ltli. No Iioiimj in firmly fixed nnd plans thoroughly made to make tins tlic Domestic, Hemst'cl Handkerchiefs, 7c. ol the Svabun. llicknian over offered such voIuch at the very dawn of nnd season. Jlcntililiil Styles involved will make it n record-breake- r. Tlio Great Values and Yard wido 3C. Protection. IF yon RPt caught tn tho rain while driving, yon want a vehlclo that won't leak at every Iolnt' one which is miido of pood Rolid sttiff nil tho war through, so honest that a drop or water could not noMslbly persuade it's way In. That's tho idea on which onr carriages uro built good, hon t mnttrial, good honest workman-ship- , J 41 K 4 Full Standard Prints, Best Quality Cambrics 4c. EASTER STYLES EASTER STYLES . 3k. t m I.itS CARPETS, Tapestry lirusscls, Wilton Velvet. "CURTAINS. STC1S Fancy two ply Ingrains, Kxtra Super Ingrain, Chinese Hemp. BANNER EASTER SALE, COME AISTD Moiiiettes THRM! linoleums" matting s. Inlalds in G Toot width, Fancy Oil Cloths, Fanrj G unci 12 ft. Linoleums. BANNER Cut to Suit Your FLOOR ! Grocery Specials In Dress Goods. lfa We show somo very handsome patterns In NOVELTY DRESS GOODS, in Wool, at 50 and GOo no two patterns alike. Kignred Silk Monsseliue l)e Sole the finest and prettiest Wash Fabric displayed this Spring. This Is our imported goods, and shown exclusively by us, 45c. Fine Imp. French Organdies, exclusive Novelties., shown only by us, 39c. Imported Organdies, 25c Silk Wefts, beautiful patterns, 50c. Corded Zephyr Ginghams, 20c. Be snro to see Miss Anice's Display of TRIMMED HATS, is tho most beautiful showing ever made in HlekmaD. Pattern Hats, modeled from latest Parisian styles, $5.00 to $15.00. Cocoa Mattings, nss'd pat., Fancy Straw Mattings, Cotton Warp Mattings. FOR Next Week. good honest prices. Somo aro built for comfort, specially roomy ; somo with special enro for.bcauty and lightness. Unr "Young Men's" Buggies delight the eye, and for aso our light road wagons will please. next weeic we 11 ton about something In our stock, ot Plows. "W1 EASTER NEEDS. EASTER Dry Goods, Notions, Etc, Now Hats., Sale Shoes. readies to lUo Mens Stiff nnd Soft lints, In Fancy Plaids worth 18c, for IGc thi' leading makes, new. est hlorksnnd colors at Cotton Covert Cloth for skirts l.lo Extra Largo Towel for 8o Mens Easter Straw flats, In .'15 latest styles, nt Go Towel Crash per nn1, .Wo Mens Fancy Straw Hats nt .'(In Mens work lints at Mens good Work Shirts Ho OSo Youths Fancy Straw Hats 15 to'.'.lo Mens White Shirts, 2io Two papers Pins. fie Mos Fancy Caps, Ic Indies and Misses Iloso 8c 11(0 work Hats, (So Mens Half hose, ladles Vests, good val. I,S) and l.'o 4c I'rints, good colors Fancy Tabic Oil Cloth Ho Easter Sale of 13 1 Press Fubrlcs, Hootch Luwiia, Hwlss Lnwn, Hcotrh Organdies, uooii Heavy 4 4 lirown Do- u.,;ti! and Ic turslic at IlLEACIl DO.MKMTIOKL.a &"' ' jKnlglit Cambric mnoi noon. "" w" V r 'Jim - -- j i . o . ... 'J st-- v Lonsdale i. ...... ...... ,12o licet Cotton Hatting 8c, Good Iledtlck atfije.flo, 12 and 18o, Lndjenjind Gents Uandk'fN Ic J Jest Chambrny, perjnrd 10c Extra vnlne It) Shirting Go, He. lOo Mens work Jnoijiers ...2lo Suspenders IGo and 30c value Uo and 20o now y He our fine. 6ilrfc waists, 40c, .jp. 0 'J" no 'ffrtlsni, India LInenij Dimities, Frcnuh Percales. Fnfi- - Orramllea I ... Laces and Many other articles at tkcte .low prices. " HIa. 71e. unit- - ' 1 1i Gents, Unsurpassed values and Children's Fine and St.llsh Kaster Spring Shoes. 23o Infants Dongola Shoes, Chlldrens Fine Shoes, C5o 4i)c value, for Misses Dongola Itatlon, 11.25 11.03 value, at GOc Misses Slippers nt Ladies Fine Shoes, U..'J0 val05c ue, Kaster price ladles Liizht Shoes, 11.75 val1.48 ue, Faster offer Ladles Fine Oxfords, 75c to $1.G5 value, Kaster Sale 58c to 1.25 Mons Nulllllers. $ 1.75 value, Clothing.. 1.3S liauuer Kaster Sale Mens Fine Kid Shoes, 3 00 Hoys from Kaster Suits for 2.25 value, Kaster Sale 73o to $2.18 Mens Fancy Vlo.i Kid, 3 25 Faster Suits for Vouths from 2.25 value, Banner Sale '.MM to 4.85 Mens Light Congress Shoes, 1.14 Joys KnePTrti.t Suits 70c . )c Mens Heavy Shoos, (1.50 valR.,, Klll, VkM 1.12 ue, at M ins' .Fun ov Kaster Salts (R) to 8.7 fronr?". Mens Flue Pants, 84.00 value, Banner Eaoter Sale 2.75 Faster Sale Mens $2 50 value Pants, Ilati- i Millinery, Etc. l.G tier hauler Sale.. 52o Ladles Sailors Mens Light Pants.. .. 50 o and np. ...50o to 75o Misses Fancy Sailors Mens Overalls.. 00c Chlldrens Huts 24c Infants Caps 38c ladles anil Misses Trimmed 50c to 3.00 Hulsfrom Tailor-Ma- de Suils 4c to 50o Kaster Fans Silk Shirt Waist Patterns for rf Mwai I f to. v 0 t rJH,i o tW A 13L xxx fin)fonr. 0 lbs Chase & Sanborn's fam ous itoalou Coffee for 81.00 1 pound will go ns far as two pounds of Coffees. Wo nsk your inspection, feeling confident you will And no such n stock in this 10 lbs. Granulated Sugar, section, from which to make your selections, and our prices are the very lowest. 1.00 That COWGILL & COWG1LL keep a L'O white Clarified Sugar, 1.00 Choice N (). Molussos, gallon, 35o E L. P. & W. ELLISON. Full Lino of Nice Hright Syrup, per " 25o " 35o Choice Country Sorghum 4 packages Imperial Oats, 25o 3 pkg. Prep. Huckwheat Flour 20 o 4 lbs. California Prunes. 25o AND i ins. uouniry urieti Apples, NOrti'E. Keys the Man. 'mo Coffee Drinkers. ' " Peaches. 25o 5 " I lbs. Calif. Kvnp. Apricots, The Middleof.the.Rond Popn-list- s 25c All applicants for the Military COUOII NYRITPftX You would not bny any spoiled or hold their Convention in Cadetshlp at West Point will be 3 lbs. " Peaches, 25o musty hay or oats for your horse, nor Princeton in May, and it is prob1 lb. " Haspberrles, 20o examined on Saturday. June 4th, Always ou Hand Also, would yon give him polluted water to able that Hon. Ben. 0. Keys will in Paducah, Ky., at the Paducah yon not as much regard be given the nomination tor Condrink. Have nigh School Building, corner 5th for your own stomach, or thoso of your gress without opposition. Cadiz and Court streets, by Professors Onr stock of Canned Goods U the family? If so, why would yon buy Telephone. Geo. McRrooui, Edgar Barnes and largcKt and Innt in the city Coffees? thoso cheat) V. M. McChesuey. onr prices tho lowest. The young Cottco contained iu these pack Tho Tho "No Fence Law" is a live gentleman attaining the highest 3 cans best Tomatoes, for 25o ages U tho very cheapest to bo obtained, 5 cans Peas for 25o doped to make it appear good, and tho issue in Fulton county, and will average, will be recommended bv is nothing more 4 cans Corn, for 25c Coffee inailo therefromwater. Coffee Li so continue until the people hayo me to the Secretary of War, for polluted colored t cans Gooseberries 25c thanmado to look at, hence the rur qual- tho opportunity at the ballot box appointment to the. academy nt not West Point, from our district. 4 cans Raspberries, for 25o ity should bo tho real test. Wo claim The They will be examined in mathe4 cans String Beans, 25o thatChaso & Sanlorii's (Jotfefl is tho of declaring for or against. dkinkin'o Coffee that money can voters and taxpayers must decide matics, English Grammar, geocans Lilha Heans, for 25c buy. Sold only by the proposition, and the Fiscal graphy and history. Those who Farmers, Your Attention ! Onrstock 11. DUUIIADAA. . :i Court should give them this priv- wish to stand tho examination will 1h the largest in tho of Wiro ami Nails VsVW fWffMMfKS. ilege. Now is the time when the please apply to ono of the examiniMv (,'oit ot It. Tho city nnd prices tho lowest. expense of new fencing, etc., Is ers for further information. Very truly. Best galvanized barb wire, per It Is estimated that the direct npon the farmers for them to con"NAME ON EVERY FSECE." Cuas. K. Wheeler. lUO pounds, will they continue f2.10 cost of fighting n simile sider how long Galv. Plain Wire, No. 0, 2.10 battleship is $295,000 per hoar, or the heaviest tax they pay the No. 10, 2.15 nearly $5,000 per minute, not in cost of fencing. Hnmc, Yon can end The populists of Georgia have Faster. No. 11, 2.20 clading damage to the ship or val that expense at the next Novem thrust npon Hon. Tom Wateon the IUI LalCl' Same, Heady made See our Una of No. 12, 2.20 ue of the lives lost. At this rate, ber election if yon will petition honor of their gubernatorial nomSame, Chocolate Orders taken and a perfect (It Shirt Waists, iu Silk and Special prices on large quantities, how long ennld Spain, with an the county court to give the peo ination in spite of his assertions ove goods. gunrantMfd I .50a and up Percales.... FMMLK BV empty treasury and an army that ple a vote on the question. The that he was oat of polities and has not been paid fnr sir months. Magistrates can netrafase if tam coma not sacnaee uisgiaw prac'" '""""aaaM iM:waM M w cQvvciii aaai iatvwsa il will lrat.lo. In tho gm1 HUe wonld er np li ii get the till dceliiiBS thiTerior." lose out before It got hot. Tr,-low-grad- Don't fail to roino at once and seenro some of tho GREAT 1UROAINS in h fi Millinery. It IMPLEMENT arid BUOrr--"STORE. Sando'rs & R teres, Props. 1 Don't Forget e S. luiii.iauuuuuiuiiuuuuiuaiaiiiiiiiuiaiiiiuiiiiiiuiiiiiiv CKIluL TONICS i! IF r. , tt m ' first-clas- s LOWNEY'S Bonbon? - Ek, xf Mrs, W. II. Ilaltxer. who has le-'- n Lilting her lurvnU at 0arlondale, 111., has rettiriuxl homo. The Rallrooil Comjvmy has closed Iiwk out for tho April fool I tho deal for tho vt factory and ground TUKSUAY, Al'llll, 5, UMIL 10 P. M. Next Snnday weok U E.uter. fir now depot, etc. rRKSIl VRU1T8 received at Gvyir's. Tho finest and most wwtly soloction NOTHING but Hlanko's Candy sold of Millinrry G(kxU ever brought to Cairo U to liavo a sbvet Fair this by (Jeyi r. Mr. Thomns P. Williams, an old Hickman. Everything new and Npring. and highly nwpivted cltieu of HTU and awaiting your verdict. Skilled Try Cocoa Flakiw, nt Gyer'. comity, died, suddenly, last Satnnlay All Tho City Council will meet in reg- night. He was mtei'iiieil a gtKxl clotrr designers uud trimmers employed. admit that such jin array of beautiful man. ular wion next Monday night. goods ill this to keep cool Vl& UsufVo McDa.mci.'h Hall Rearing xttnimiT, If vonatwant Racket Store this market wero never dlplayod nnd rail the Ix'fore. You nro oonlhilly IJdkkiiv. Ii.imi your inetMuro tnkeu, for a Limn to call ami examluo whether yon LOCAL NEWS. '''''' $m Gr ar o BLYt Mrs. Harper's Opening. est Store! com-pleto - petltiontjuj'fca 1 Milill J f k, ttwaiirf . -f- c. j HAVE YOU OUR a4 Spring Sailors? They aro Beautiful I New S prin Goods. IOC &. Silks, -- conld vo cabulary iu speaking of A onr NEW SILKS. -y y - .f. y y --- j SlilOU. wo exhaust tho If wo wero in- clined to son- - Tr r ( New Sprin o Goods. T Airy. CAPES, which wo are now showing. with Chiffon Ruffle, nrettr BILK. That's the werd to describe 'the (. TMgT v"e ntraptoil niectlng will Ixglnnt tho llaptut rhurch next Huuday MaV Indies Holts, ir Xi ami 2r, at Rackrt Stokk. Tim W. O. T. IT. meet with Mm. Hon Shaw at tho usual hour. sF" Drink Ohno .V: Kanlnni's famous CniTctit. Sold only bv II. llUOIIANAN. Mr. W. H. Haltzrr wUl let tho for his now residence next week, If you want a K'irgain, couio to the Racket Store for Olaxswaro. Thn Kenton Argvu telN of a fanner In that vicinity putting out 100 am in y con-tra- Suit. 1" straw lierries. and llnrial fsT CoffinsKINO'S. stork nt Ro1hij com-plit- o hullding, The Graves county grand Jury indicted S person impllcatixl in tho lynch-luof Allen, tho negro roblior. tUT Hnvo you seen Shaw's 5, 10 and 25a counters f The big Jo. Williams with 40 Iwrg-rand 1,340,000 buKheU of coal, pawed down. Snpponetl to be wnr coid. L. A now and handsome lino of Rocki-N- , just received, at Kinu'h. Improvements costing one million dollars, on tho I. O. Railroad from Fulton to Memphis, have tccu commenced. At King's a cnmpleto lino of Metallic and Walnut Ca.ikets, just arrived. The women aro thinking about their Kaster bonnets, and the other sex will do somo thinking when tho bills aro presented. Mr Hnvo a nleo lino of Card Receivers, Puff Howls, oto, Rackrt Stoiik. John Jones, convicted of killing James Glenn, In this county, was pardoned by Lt. Governor Worthlugton, Saturday last. )sT Window Curtains, 2Sc, at tho Rackkt Stokk, marriage lleonso Issued in Not a Fulton county this week. Young women rofnso to marry until tho war probabilities ar sottled. s, H. O. AMnnuo. Ktenial vigilaneo Is tho prico of health. Clean up your premises, r tho Aianuai win to niter you. WST A nleo lino of Comets for My, at Racket Htouk. T)r. A. S. Dabney will preach nt tho Ohmtlan Clmrcn tfmnlay morning nnd night at tho wuial hour. ORYRR has moved into tho Ruckuer g Pndurah people aro i.mhing for an electric railway from that city throngh Mallard comity, to Cairo. VMl. A large lot. of Itcnntlfnl floor Matting, all gradcN, at low prices. ftf FRESH BULK (UltRK.V SHCO. 'Call at onoe as thoy oro going fait, at r U0L( OMDE'S XJUUQ HTOHE. Don't fool away your time making: Haywood Boone, who shot down When You Have Feet BANNER and killed n young mnii by tho name of a Wrapper when we can sell Hays, in Clinton, nbout 2 years ago, and Bring them Along you one, ready to wear, afterwards sentenced to the poultontisWe Show a Big Lino of with You to ry, has boeu pardoned by Lieut. Uov. Shirt Waist, at from Worthlugton, Tho killing occurred IU spreo, a diinkliig Rice & Banner to 75c $2.00. Soo how they aro mado A young man by the iiamo of Tid-roup. and wo guarantee important communication of Capt. 11. met with a pocnltar uud serious And after they hnvo fitted them out in them to bo tho A. Tyler In tills week's OouniBU iu a liamlsomo Made of Calico, Satine or Lawn. accident Ix'tween Union City and Rives to se enige. Soys' Waists. a few nights ago, which resulted in his or Shoe, S:it Fitting Waist tar Ono barrel 6( round hoop horso being killed uud himself being Ixirb Ohio river Salt for 75o, for the badly cut, by running Into a ncrctg wlro In tho Newest STYLES and SHAPES, tho Mlde. Laundricd, w 1th two fence that had been built .aa. next 30 days.nt M. B. SiiAw'ti. you won't know them, thoy will road. Collars each. ff BAN N EJR TSRSNBil look so neat and trim. Two rhildren of Mr. John Dahnko Dig Assortment to seltct A RARE CHA.U'E. They've opened up their NEW SrOCK, dlixl, suddenly, iu Fulton, Monday Sizes, 5 to 15 years old. from. ana it contains pcautios in TlCTWWMrwW.1 Wo have alxint .10 remnants of Wall evening, and the smldcuuoM of FIT GUARANTEED ! From 25c to $1.00. Prices from 60o to $1.50. BANNER BRAND catuo unknown, created much Paper somo beautiful prints containSHOES ing from S to 8 Holts each, which wo xenatioii among tho jwople. sell at less than first cost. Ingrains, FOR ftaTMoKlnney's St. Louis Dread, will Embossed and Gilts from 10c to 20o per WE HAVE THE Ready-Mad- e tho host made, nt W. F. GKYKU's. ixilt. First come, first served. Men, Women and Children. Wilson's Book Stokk. On Friday night lo.it a nice social party was gleu by Mr. Robt, Hallow Harry Kimes lias set tho road overok thi: FAMOUS and slfiter, near this city, to tho young seers of tho county a road pattern to Their 13.00 LADIES' OXFORDS aro tho people of that neighborhood, which wax work to, using tlio Hickman road ma talk of tho town highly enjoyed by all present. chine. Ills section is Troy road from THE HANDSOMEST STYLES AND COATS' THREAD for tho city limits to NorrLs King's, and has Ix'on transformed from alxiut tho wont 3 U(JUUIU 'OOentsmj week at to tho ltost piece, of road in tho county. & AND UALT.KR&: DODDS'. CASH SHOE STOttE. Is a fact that tho Lacledo Hotel It -- ALSO, A groat many fellows who aro so Lowest Prices in Hickman! will bo torn down, and a now engi r to rush to the front and tako up buildingiron !l story front hotel erected, with arms in iiereuxo or their country w ill Tho Hopkinsvlllo Now Era says that Glove Thompson's llud their courage oozing out when tho all modem improvements. Tho hotel a young lady of Cadiz, Ky., described will bo altogether In tho 2nd nnd !lrd her visit to Nashvillo as follows : Oh I shot and shell begin to lly. stories, and tho 1st story for business About FIFTY STYLES to select front, perfectly beautlfnl timol ram. All kinds of Building Material honses. Mr. Ourllu, tho owner, does had such awas so converted, yon know. Everything mi hand. Lmulier, Doors, Hash, Rlliidx, not uxnoct to commence until tho latter Wo stopped at a houso where wo rodo ranging in price part of May. Paints, Oil, Locks, Hinges, etc. to our rooms In a retrigerator, and our H. G. AilliKUO. See our 50c Lino that others ask rooms wero illustrated with eclectic 08c to $S.0O From BOO OnlleiiN -'- .'apt. M. H. Wright, of Columbus, lights. There wns no stovo in the room, 13c for. died in that city, March 21th. Ho was but ono of tliOMt legislatures iu tho floor, Tho only BTItlOTLY PURE and heat poured right up through, I ono of tho oldest Imnlneas men iu Hick, SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES! man county, honorable, upright, and Mixed Paint over brought to Hick, did not have nuy appetite, and could MATTINGS AND MUSLIN WOOLEN. DRESS GOODS. iiinn. Call and soo the enormous not get a thing I could realize. Hon c v tuy way w ort hy . A ged 7 4 . This is a new lino fnll tn aan nnr HtlA ftl Ready-mnde- . UNDERWEAR. )aT Try a lxx of Philadelphia Choc-olut- o stock. Prices from $1.00 per gal- ostly, when I got homo I was aluioot an CURTAINS. we hnvo just added toonrstocU Blaokr and Fnnoy Woolen Dress ivuinai," lon np, at A covered Molasses Oumly, for lOo, 1 Lot Fancy China Matting. Plain hommed nnd hemmed' We have just added a line of Goods In Solid and Fancy Stripes iioLcoMiiR's Dnuo Store. nt Geycr's. li tolled sheets, with Pillow case Regular price 20o for 15o Ladies Muslin Underwear. WAR WITH SPAIX consisting-- of the H Y A D E It E Thoro aro moro Mormon ovangelLsts to match cheaper and better may Oownj daily 1 Lot Fancy Now tityle Matttrimmed with Lace STJUPES, the very latest on the Elm Camp No. 3, at work iu this hcctlou than over before World, held a meeting Woodmen of tho paper"begin at aany tlmo. Tako aixted. ing1, worth 25c at tCo than yon cnu bay and make. week ami keop Wednesday niuht for 20o anil Embroidery from GOo market. Thoy liavo held service in known. Coninicreial 11.50 to many nelghlxirlioxxts ot tlio county, but iu uou reunws nan ami initiated rour Nashville American and tho St. Louis 1 Lot Faooy New Patterns, SASH AND TIES, KID GLOVES. now meiubew Into tho mysteries of Appeal received at S:!iO; prioo ao and S5o wo do not hear or any converts. for 25o Ladles Drawers, trimmed with at 0.00 Woodcraft. Another mooting of tho Republio nnd We have the new things fir Las Gonuine French Kid Gloves, Embroidery ami Tucks, stylish day of Papers gjT NEW THINGS and and lluuh. Camp will bo hold noxt Wednesday n. in. onpromptlypublication. lu tho city. LACE OUUTAINS, 8 1.00. dies' Ties and Sashes, Roman unrl 75o 2 clasp. embM'cy backs, reg any whero and in Wixxl Carving 3 yds long, worth ulght, and every "chopper" is earnestly ..for 7Go from 2oc to sen my handsome, uow Furni Gall and Uyudero stripes, and Scotch plaid 25, us lung as they prioo wiion'h Book Stoke. Be euro and soo our hotter grades, Oorsot Covers, trimmod with rtxiiuvded to lx) prtweut, as busliiesa ot ture at KING'S. importauco is to bo traniiicted. This Or75o with fringe edge. last price ranging from 51.00 to $3.00. lace nud omuroldery, 25 to GOo Tho Mississippi flood is still with der is growing rapidly, over 0,000 appliThe Oonnty .Indge of Crittenus, but tlio clear weather and falling cation having boeu approved by tho den county has declared all (lie upper rUors gives aRsuruneo that it will Sovereign Physician during tlio mouths oity oflioos of Marlon vacant. A lo falling hero sixiu. Iiottom farmers of Jaunary mid February of this year. can go to work early in April. Tho tramp feeding problem will test case was made last Fridny FOR NEXT H'EKK ONIV ! WE WILL CONTINUE nt thoso Trlcos. You will flnil our Store crowded with people taking adwas vantage of thoso LOW FKIOES, but just bo patient, wo will wait on you. Wo havo plenty to go nround. Walter Mason has boon apix)inted likely 1x3 solved by Slater, Mo. Tho cltv when a prominent citizen postmaster at Muyfleld, Ky. Tlio rivnl will issue moal tickets to tho families sent to jail by the police Judgo. Republican faction preferred charges of tho town. When a tramp applies for Tho grounds for the decision were Yard wldo BLEACHED DOMESTIC, - Yard wido Heavy RROWN DOMESTIC, worth 5 and Co, for against MaNou of bribery in obtaining somothiugto oat ho will bo given a meal that the police judgo nud nil other REMNANTS-CALICOES- worth 5 and Co, for ticket, which tho appointment, but tho United States city marshal, ho will present to tho oity officers wero not legally electp COATS, bent Thread nndo, who in turn will give tho J Ono lot of tho best makes, good Stylos, in Fancy OA repudiated tho charges. tramp throo hoars' work on tlio rock ed. Last November the city au3 SPOOLS FOR tl i and Shirting I'rints, worth S and Oo, for markets aro flooded with pllo. After tho work has beon commut thorities held tlioir election sepatrashy, low grade Rotated Colloas, tho ed thn ticket will bo countersigned by rately nud distinct from the regu attraction txiug J'ltct, not (juaUly, if tho marshal. Tho tramp will then pro- you properly npnruclato your digestive coed to tho mayor whoso signature ho lar county election by having offapparatus, m Ohaso V; Sanborn's will secure, when ho may nrwood to ono icers of oleotlou of their own se II. Duciianan, Coffees. of tho restaurauts ami oat to his heart's lection, and the Glty Council com Solo Agent. purod tho returns. content. Tdophouo No. 'Jo. Ladles wanting to mhi ono of the haudMimeiit linen of Milllurry over iu tho city should not fail to attend the Millinery dinplay Tuesday, at Mrs, Harper's, Agency for nil kinds of colon-Kleetrio Globus. Ixiw irictx. Oeyer's. Tho attention of the Conncil and citizens U resjx-c- t fully directixl to tho buy or not. SSirj Lacs Button WALKING EASTER BARGAINS ! Da i si;' 9 LADIES' READY-MAD- E Wrappers. t& Naylor's! BANNER BRAND. then-deat- Exclusive Sale Ladies 1 "American Lady" 0nU RIOE NAYLOR'S "Model Form." Fitting CORSETS. lalnt. lf nf Globo-Democr- pnt-tern- it LAST CHANCE! 3k REMNANTS- Q.c 10c TTlie THREAD " ; OWSSn " 'Wwr'-itPfv- ' 1a, WJZrmtMl. n D(4SsaCrh v. :';, ':- - Tfvi!SSB!SSBSSB , v v t MtmA .?.. rkM & hm$$ &&. kT: 9(&&t' ,t I B ( I r mL T "HI JpMpPTav.s' ' 1 V' " . . riJ . rTt! imrmt t" v"r. . til 7 fTO;5'IWJ --- r -- -- ' f' L 's wsr .v-,r- p iBanayyifew' ' r, ?. t iTMTTn jrrninr: ' jiri j,- - .. .' V. " "JL W ' ',SV . i rn II . k i WOMEN AND THE WHEEL. the ancestral Influence, nnd open a new tcmptntlon, nnd was so uproarious In NO RELIGION ABOUT FISH. ehnnter of behavior! but the tnst ran his demonstrations ot Indignation nt CJazotte, Delaware, Ohio. From the jorlty of them will not, nnd It becomes tho defalcation 15 years ago. I,et us The Stnnipsi nt cvci-n- l Are I'sed i The healthfulness of bicycle riding for the all men, professional, ministers of seel" All of Us Will Do Judged Term of Opprobrium Skates, is still a disputed uiuttiou between Uod lets tho man go. (lod, who had stouten religion, judges of courts, philanLast Day. fur Instance, eminent paysictans ami iicalln rvlormera workers, kept that man under His protecting anil Christian thropists moderation sed for I thera enre, lets tho mnn go, nnd try for him- woniMi ill means of it surelv creates the to recognize the lift that a exercise, "Didn't it ever strike you that it's highly Our Knrlrnnmrnl hi lllrtti anil Kll Infl' are these Atlnntlc and l'acltlc surges self tho majesty of his Integrity. Uod benefit of wUich all physicians concede. Inconsistent to associate fish Willi Lent, a's .MJ- Greatest, Ilccnuse in case of Dyspep-I- n tnrri That Dill)- Hhik Viirrinimlnl I's of hereditary evil rolling on through letting the mango, tho powers of dark- 1 ied to excess, like any other pastime, its the rhuiih dors, Mrs. Orumpiis!" taul Air. Jlfll Will llr tlruniinis at tho breakfast table, as he I say of course, a man ness pounce upon him. I see you some effect Is likely to lie dangerous. the centuries. Hood's Sarsaparilla has a touch :) .l Hr. Dr. ot Crrntril The experience of Miss Ilertha Heed, the picked dubiously Into the suburbs of his can roslst this tendency, just as in tho day In your olllco In great excitement. Msemren-jear-oiTiitllirtgr's Srrntotu llko uinfflc, which just lilts the spot, asugnirr oi ,nr, i, Ji. ikii C.IK0 Willi one tine ot Ins lork. air, ancestral line mentioned In tho first Ono of two things you can do., lte Herd, Lake St., Delaware. Ohio, mar (rumpus' appetite had been sudicicntl)brings relief to tho sufferer, nml Dr. TnlmnRe took for his text Mat- chapter of Mntthcw. You see In tho honest, and be pauperized, and hao point a moral for parents who, like Mr. and grntihcd at the club the previous night to gives tone and strength to tho thew vll., S: "With what measure jo Is n good tiling to bo rW of, bocauao bad blood 13 tho same line In which there was n wicked your children brought homo from Mrs Heed, have experienced some concern make, him a tulle critical. stomach as no other medicine docs. mete, It shall Iks measured to you Kchoboam nnd n desperate Mnnn.sves, school, your family dethroned In for their daughters who are fond of wheel-(ri"What put that ridiculous notion into breeding place of disfiguring and dangerous dlseaflos. la social In the fall of 'lK Miss Hertha, who had )our head:" inquired .Mrs, (Iruiiipus, with tipnin." there afterward came a pious Joslnh influence. Could Not Eat without Pain. ridden a great deal, began to fail in an alarmone rj throw lilted in a supiilous and YOim blood bad? You can havo good blood, which is puro The other thing Is, you can step a ing minofr. She grew steadily paler and In the prcntest sermon ever preach' nnd n glorious Christ, Hut tny friends, nay. "For ninny )cn I hare, boon n sufferer blood, If you want It. You can bo rid of pimples, bolla, 'Take tint popular expressions 'You're from a sereie case of dyspepsia. I could ed a sermon about IS minutes lonj,', you must recognize the fact that these little aside from that which Is right, thmnfr, and it appeared she was going intoconsumption, ltrst and quirt did her ahso- a h'Jer,' " continued Mr. (1 rumpus. "Not to the ordlmiry rate of Influence!! go on from generation to you can only just go half an inch out not cat without jrreat piln In my stomach nccordtnf blotches, Borcsnnd ulcers. How? Hy tho uso of Dr. Aycr'a m luieiy no gnou a 7S A physician that ton arc a lobster-- " and would bo sick and vomit up what 1 speech n ikermori on tho .Mount of generation. am glad to know of the proper path, you can only take SBv "Oh. let remain, 'You're a lobster,' laid b'ursaparilla. It is tho radical remedy for nil diacaaea did cat. Ono day I road of a case cured Olives, tho preacher MUlnj,' while Ho however, that n river which has pro- a little risk, and then you have all i. 4nf,BaaWIi!i found 101her Mm. Wiumptia, cheerfully. lit, tfrtful's iirnn'irint I tnlil inr hllS- I Hit SWTi.TT pulse at a neconllnp to the ancient mode duced nothing but miasma for a hun- your finances fair and right. Yqu originating in tho blood. "Manar, don't tntle. lobster, now, s a I spoke, band I belleTOii this mrdiclno would help very high rate, term of reproach. That's one instance of the iH'onle uero irlvon to dred miles, may after awhile turn tho will have a large property. You can me. lie went rlRiit away and irot n bottle of orntorv. Thinking this way the tinny world is resorted to for an the exunderMilnd that the same yard-stic- k kW- k- All r; wheels of factories and help support leave a fortuno for your chil- i may ha! e been pression of (ensure. Another old phrase Is hA V s Vl of Hood's Barsapnrlllo. I took four bottles " Ayer'a FarsaparllU waa rccornpiended to me ly my due to tempo- a dumb as mi oyster.' The very dumbest V and I was cured." Mas. Allen Siivbri, that they employed upon others would Industrious nt:0 virtuous populations; dren, nnd endow a college, nnd When I began taking it I Mens. nnd there nre family lines which wero build a public library in your native Ins employed upon themselves. rfiYsiclan as a Mood purifier. rary nenous-ncs- s thing nn earth or in the waters under tho Illinois. Makanda, Ml ' when lie earth, Miriar, is an ojstcr. It's the had bolls all orcr my body. One bottle cured roe." ire others by n lmrEh rule, and you poisoned that arc n benediction now. town. You hnlt nnd wait, and halt ery ituu--t trwt. examined her. epKiitu S f a woman, sou know, ha, lis, will be measured by a harsh rule. At the last day it will bo found out nnd wait until your lips get white Bonnek Cbait, Wesson, VIU. he watched her 11. .I. ..... ... . .. ..l. ,inii,ii i,ri!KiiHrr i..:.t i, ...., ,,,ic Measure others by a charitable) rule, that there nre men who hnvo pone You decldo to risk It. Only a few closely, but her pulse continued H at that rate for two weeks, He ..I,,,.otner plt't.rm lowing j how a man and you will l measured by a char- clear over Into all forms of Iniquity strokes of the pen now. Hut, oh, hcv scaly world when he wnnts a looks to was lutislied then, from lirrhiah simile or the Is America'! Greatest Medicine. II ; ti tor 14 itable rule, (live no mercy to others and plunged into utter abandonment, your hanil trembles how dreadfully a metaphor indicating steadilv wastimr condition that 1 menu it is still common to railcontempt r Sold by all druirtlui. Oet only Hood'. and no mere v will Ik- - given to you. who K'fore they yielded to the tlrst it trembles! I he dlo Is cast, Hy the nulse and tiering a bad law-efrom anaemia or a bloodless tu a 'land shark.' Why, I rould provo With what measure ye mete, It shnll temptation resUted more evil than strangest and most awful conjunction she dTiIc pjiis, lwt HnnH'c flllis are Iho ia dlsestlca. tea be condition of the body. Mic became ex- now low unnn nn are pv a S llOOU muniicrnf exmeasured to you utfuin,"" many n man who has Wen moral nnd of circumstance any one could havo tremely weak, and could not Ktand the least ample, and ict fish nre associated with the of There Is a creutdeal of unfnirness In upright all his life. imaged you are prostrnted. Kankrunt. noie or excitement. In this condition old most religious part of the ear." affairs they wrre recommended by an criticism In human conduct. It was to A CURE FOR FOOLISHNESS. Mohnr Hut, supposing now, that in this age, cy, eommcrnial annihilation, exposure, f,,.ml f,t,M,a ir.it arn,i tt Yes." smite that unfnlrnevs that Christ ut when there nre so many good people, crime, liooit men mourn and devils i medicineIn Dr. Williams tlt.t 1'ills forlli,l Pale 1'ink "Is there sutli n fih as a skate?" words of the text, and my that 1 come down into this nudlence hold carnival, and you see your Host IlnfTon'a Family Got lllm to lie tered the They lkl so, and almost from the n People, "Why-e- rc. 1 believe there Is." of the divine and select tho very best man In It. I name at the head of tho newspaper first dose Hertha btgan to improve. She icrmon will bo a stun from the Ituckera and "Is it evrr iiwd hv men as a simile nr a .......,.,., of exekun. , coniinuru,,,, lane ,,wie puis snn was 10 In estimating tho mis do not mean the man who would stylo column hia whole sentiment. Kicker. amj morc metaphor in describing other men sometipf ,ho. behavior of others, we must take Into himself the best, for probably he is a atlon points; nnd while you are rt ad . grateful people than cntjrelj. ct cannot be . me-?" .. "GOOD WIVES GROW FAIR IN her pirents - ' hypocrite: on don t mean to le personal. Mrs. of elrcum TtnfTnn la rich and nroud. lie comes of i consideration the pres-mrAllntlinmn t s 4l.fY tuilinail.!.! l found In the whole Slate of Ohio. but I mean tho man who I rumpiu;" I THE LIGHT OF THEIR WORKS," old family and i a recognised societj stances. It Is never right to do wrong, before God Is really the best. I will and editorial paragraph It occurf to . Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have proved a . oarter of Detroit. He. with some ot Ins nn f ho I "Well. John. If I were a man I'd savi . noon Ia WATnftnkinil there ate decrees of culpability. take you out from nil your Christian That's one on sou' and now ive are even." ESPECIALLY IF THEY USE swttt Wotor tiiends, orffsnized the "Jtuclo When men m!slehAe or commit omo surroundings. I will put you In a de- the defalcation J5 years ago, and a clap creating' Mr. tiimnpus grinned ami ate hlslisheska innili all parts crs.andsickcrs." of mJiioIi Jib wickedness we are disposed praved home. I will put you in a of thunder shakes the window sill, Vitality to rreularitv of the bodv; harmonv like n man, although it had gronn cold. srrana men roruonioniu functional inconiernnunn atrocious and perfect object but fun, yet it maintained a show of indiscriminately to tumble them nil crndle of iniquity. Who is bending saying: "With what measure ye meto throughout the nervous srstrm, The pallor . 1, situ, nnatirism and announced its meetings in over the bank of condemnation. Suf over that cradle? of the cheeks is changed to the delicate An intoxicated it shall lie measured to you again!" a way to arouse general curiosity. fHROUOH TOURIST SLCEPERS blush of health; the eyes brighten; the musmust, mother. Who Is that hwearing in the You look In another direction. llulTon went east for a rent and change. fer they ought, and suffer they cle grow elastic, ambition is created and His immediate family and friends did not but in dltfcrencc of degree. next room? Your father. The neigh' There is nothing like conditions of ffjod health returns. To rnrttnml, Or. for Tneet Hountl lluslntts In the first place, In estimating the bors come In to talk, and their jokes temper to put a man to dlsilvunta;c. like nis belonging to a iraierniiy wun sucu n name and such doubtful aims. They saw misdoing of others, we must take Into sis Iturlhigtnn ICoille. nre unclean. There Is not in the house You, n man with fine pulscl and n ie WASHINGTON WIDOWS. an opening and, proceeded to get even. The calculation the hereditary tendency. Up lllilu'l Willi I (he- - 11 on I e. Wkpxtsiuts from Kt. Ixiui, Tucnspsit a Iliblo or n inor.fl treatise, but only a dlgcsttlon und perfect health, can not a first day at a New York hotel he received from "Senator $ T dozen letters, and on the envelope of each, There is such a thing as good blood, few scraps of nn old pictorial. understand how any body shou' i bo Ther 1'emlst In IIHiikIiik .'Nmnlier orado, Knnns Clly nsin Denser, scenlo Cob tells a goodSulloway, of New Hampshire, great feature -- ITtisoN. Snll IjiVp one when he get warmed on in big tpe, was his name and his title ni and there Is such n thing ns bad blood. After awhile you are old enough to cnpslted in temper by nn liflnitcs mat iLLT coMU'CTKli IhesucceMof the snsoa the ehil service question," mild one ot the One to (be I'ront nil l'.irr) grand high contortionist, followed by the ad- There nre families that have had a get out of the cradle, and you nre annoyance. You say: "Icculdn'i bo for general north wcit trn!rl Write U. W, statesmen who rome to help the Michigan dress to which the letter was to be returned moral twist in them for a hundred Oeenisltiii. struck across the heat! for naughtiness, unbalanced in that way." Perhaps von club celebrate Washington's hirthiUy WikiLtr, U. P. A., Bt. Louis, Mo, i( not called for. The, clerk noticed it, and They have not been but never in any kindly manner repri- smllo "Smiewheie In the Militli n bright rubin-others who were getting their mail could vcars back. that at a provocation I like gratitude. 1 like to hear of grateloy appeared before the rominitnoii to I Net lllKOleil. not but see what was as plain as a handbill. careful to keep the family record manded. After nwhlle you nre old makes an other Kiddie, nan sear. ful people, and an anecdote I heard tcccnt-lthe He was indignant at this ue of his official in that regard. There have been enough to go abroad, nnd you nre. sent You Jenkins-- 1 thoiuht you erc a vegttarl-an- . examined for Is ismtion of letter earner. ot one Washington nun has pleased mr No. a. mr pride yoursel' on "How far it fn.ni the eaith to the envelope, and indignation became explosive-lies- ctcapades, but I lie,ir )ou cat inuttiHi. and maraudings aud out with a basket to steal. It you come impcrturabillty. immensely. He has reeenll) married the with You say when a Gotham theatrical manager i the firUqurtimi asked by fJiblw I am not n bigoted vegrtarian. I moon'" of a very wealth) gentleman, and and moral deficits home without any spoil you are whip- your mnnncr, though thoe who were to determine the Muii Although the " Estey " name called on him, a iked if he belonged to the scoundrelisms hare too widow only eat the meat all the way back, whether you ped until the blood comes. At 15 years mueh gool taste to say yoi with vour tin thea Proceeds of the transaction he has on vegetable food. of such animal as lUr man fitness for the plats; he Mitight If he were open to engage"lerfcsri," and It limit hsndxomo houo. When the houe is fifty years old it is yet "'How fah at.! it from de rsrf to de call it kleptomania or pyromnnla or of ape you go out to fight your own words: "I have a great deal more s. nse was finished and the moving into it was acments. mnonV echoed the applicant. "My I.iwd. IlufTon fired a hot letter home, bearing an dipsomania, or whether It Ins in a You nhuuM know thst fur) ears the stand battles In this world, which seems to than that man has; I have a ercat irnl complished, the wife and hrr mother fell to young. This is manifested in loss. If you'a gwine to put me on list route He informed the milder form, nnd amount to no Immediate delivery stamp, mania care no more for you thnn tho dog thnt morc equipoise of temper than 'Sat discussing jut where they should hang the ard of quality, lle, rnkir and limsh m I ilon t want de job folks that it waa in the worst taste to send frequently added new styles. thcformtrhutlund The) had just black and white or mourning goods ha "With that ytjung private correpondence in a business en- at nil. The strong probability Is that has died of a fit under the fence. mnn lias; I never could make sui-iv ccidrd to hang it in a small room on the leen Simpson's Prm's, nisi anas ,t ...i !.., iiien hat and left asthtlimuh he msn grabt'eil his were chased." The I:stcy Phonorlum velope. He wanted no more of it. It had the present criminal started life with You are kicked and cuffed and bufpurelle exhibition of myself as tliat second floor, when the new husband came color-roods are all of the same high Detroit Free Pre. cost nim a ijreat annoyaneeand he wasgoins nerve, muscle and bone contaminated. feted. Some day, rallying your courstandard. Aluais ask for Simpson in and htard of the matter. is the latest development. A and man has made." to change his hotel at once. Rut that "grand As some start life with a natural ten "Hang him upstairs!" he said. "No, )ou will get the right thing. fientle treatment. St Jarolw Oil soothes age, you resent some wrong. A man high contortionist" pursued him like an pipe organ tone at little more slree. No, sirce. That man was my Neuralgia and cures it. It fade away. INTERESTING ITEMS. avenger until he returned home, raked all dency to nobility nnd generosity and says: "Who arc you? I know who you I owe everything I haie to him. He Talking of weather signs, it is fair tn and truthfulness, there are arc. Your father had free lodgings at than cabinet organ prices. bis relatives over the coals, resigned from kindness shall hang in the place of honor. that, when allspne is adulterated with A pebble and a diamond are alike tea blind In the Huekers and Kickers and made a others who start life with just the op Sing Sing. You mother, she wns up Of the "SI I'lilvcrsallst mini-ter(Nr A? pJ.t4 Jiiitr wm And husband No. 1 now smiles down cocoanut shells, the season will lc mild. man. l of the stationery which he held as grand posite tendency, nnd they are born n. fnun the mantel of the drawing room. llural New Yoiler. for drunkenness at the criminal court. the annual register "0 are worn high contortionist. Detroit Free Press. that makes me think of another Hut, liars, or born malcontents, or born Oct out of ihe way, you A iiosk fence around n rnnch to Crutehfis and cruel pain from Sclstica. E$ty Organ Co., Washington widow who has recently beHotter times rome to all cured of ache From Jst. Jaeolw Oil the cure of it. outlnws, or born swindlers. wretch!" My brother, suppose that had out thieves und desperndocs is ilia stowed herself and her belongings on a secSlinke Into Yonr Shoes And pains by St. Jacob Oil. There is in England a school that is been the history of your advent, and unique plan of n Te.xns num. BrattUboro, t't. a powder for the feet. Allen'a ond husband. Married women think eery unmarried Miss Hki.k.v Ooild ha.s given 22" WO It cures painful, swollen, nervous, smaiting called the Princess Marv school. All the history of your earlier surround"It's so fortunate," said she to me; "mv A profitable religion never wanted prose- wnuiin must hue a history -- Washington oj the children in that school are the feet and instantly takes the sting qut to first husband's last name began with a W, lyte. Ital. to llutgers college. The inoner ChrisDemocrat rorna and bunions. It's the greatest comfort children of convicts. The school is ings, would you have been the ou know, my seated in this bo applied to a fund to be kn nnas band's first and so does Mr. Wsecond hustian man you are e discovery of the age. Allen's ' handkermakes i name. All I had the pleasIhe Llk'lit of the Future Christian assembly? 1 tell you nay. tho tiouUi memorial, in menwn of her chiefs are jut the thing for Willie, and I tight or new shoes feel easy. It is a certain under ure of being presented at one of their You would have lceu a vagabond, an parents. WlfHl.ttt rure for sweating, callous and hot, tired, haven't een hail to have the irirtial on thrm -- sCyBfclassssss 4rvt4 Bold by nil drugglts anniversaries, feet. Try t presided over by the A Kansas genius has introduce-- i a changed." Washington Post I HU M Hs nnd shoe stores, 25c Trial package FllEE. carl of Klntore. lly a wi.e law In outlaw, a .murderer on the scaffold bill In the legislature against nor ug Wefh The darkest days of husband and wife are when they come to look forward ill sMM atoning for your crime. All these con Address Allen S. Olmsted, Lc Roy, N V. England, after parents have commit- siderations ought to make us merciful in sleeping cars hotels, chun lies and Beware ot Ointment for Catarrh thai to a childless and desolate old ! ! Contain Mereurf, ted n clrtaln number of crimes, and in onr dealings with the wandering other places where the practice is u.oro Many n wife hn--s found herself Incnpnblc of l Evidence. &i lsMr ' $ a mercury will aurely destroy tho sense of motherhood owing to some great Inck of thereby shown themselves incompetent and the lost. f etsst. She Wasn't John Calvin a married man! or less annoying. smell and completely d eranpo tho whole sysArr-1' rightly to bring up their children, tho He He must have been. Didn't he Such n to remark, that in our Again, I have Tin: wedding dress of Mrs. Mnnrpo tem when entering It through tho mucous strength in the organs of generation. the doctrine of free will! Puck. lunMj little ones nre taken from under per- estimation the misdoing of people who and the lace shawl of Martha Was- surfaces. Such articles should never t condition Is nearly always duo to long conit4 r f trii nicious influences and put in reform- have fallen from high respectability hington will adorn the "Virginia tatle" used oxrept on prescriptions from reputable tinued neglect of the plainest warnings. fUf ! ff thoy will do Is Ut Time countshealth gains. A quick, sure f4ffKMsW atory schools, where all gracious and and usefulness, we must take into con- at the Confederate Kelief bazar to bo physicians, as the damago ran possibly deFrequent backache and distressing pains ten fold to the good yon Cure St. Jacob Oil for sprains. Vrf Ai kindly influences shall be brought sideration the conjunction of circum- held in Italtimoro this month. -rive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manaccompanied by otTcnslve discharges by Cheney ft Co., Toledo, upon them, Ot course the experiment stances. In nine cases out of ten the ufactured J. Mns. Victoria Co.skli.no uitm:v, O., contains no mercury, and is taken ln .ThcTcasirst kind of advice to follow li and generally by Irrcgulamnd scanty f f tUfirft44 the kj4d we had intended to follow anyway, fsjyoung, and it has got to be demon- man who goes astray does not intend of the Missouri bar, has been admitted ternally, acting directly tion the blood and menstruation, indicaU' ' ucrvo de- If strated how large a percentage of the any positive wrong. Ho has trust to practice before the supreme court of mucous surfaces of tho system. In buying ircnerotion of the .svomb Bd r- $fi!T5,W?l("1 i'unocra.t.ti. nsfsi r1" Vif , SutlllM children1 of convicts may be 'brought fands. He risks n part of these funds Hall's Catarrh Cure bo sure you pet the of Columbia and the deJ0H, li.M'!l" ' up. St. Ji- - up to rrniff ability- and uiefulnema.'- - inifvestmcialle says, "Now. if 1 the District genuine. It is taken Internally, and made roundlng orgaArt jialeessTwedlljr WriU r ' r ' cob (M Ml Mtfft ItinMffn suie. esws t " . . . .. . T. In Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney &. Co. Tcs- - checked will. - nave or. partments of the government. B!BsBsasT!!p7 . Uut waalUfiMW' Omt.SC TiTfc rst'w i abuia lOaaauiai Hivesuncm i a4ta. w&S.. To KF.r.P brass, steel Head Mrs. nlAlMiMmmmMlJiK-.jmlmKnKKMMmMltmr saviosat. cult foVcniJCTrelf of "bad, pare 1M5W UEtTHIalKfcsmjalM five times ns much. from rust when not Inand ulckol&lv. llmontals frc. us ce., Hold br Druggist, prteoWc. per botUt. use rub tnc'n DkaiiM us Ilia Mesiaisk HMfV, 1srlirfc. S. for,' children bf'jjbtri, do righ titbit u M,.fr"' tnlrRvestrnent should gt) over with a paste made of lime nnd Hall's Family Pill are the best. havo Rufrcredfrt'i'sMr iroaWe parentage. wrong I could easily make it up; I water. To rub'them over with keromore thnn I. I had tsraors eg ihe riellulitfallr Feminine, In this'country we ore taught by the could five times make it up." With sene will be found equally efficacious ' Mother I don't understand vou at all. womb, my ovaries tvere' diseased, declaration of American independence that wrong rensonlng he goes on nnd bixlv Ton arc constantly praising Miss of the blood ot TllK Wbirly and for tlf teen years I was a burden that all people ure born equal There makes an Investment, and it docs not passes whole the heart in the through about : J now, an I you used to insist that you could- to myself. I was operated upon never was a greater misrepresentation furn out quite as well as ho expected. beats; in a TO years of ajje. n't bear her. 7M lilii ffi' three different times, with only put in one sentence than in that sen and he makes another investment, and about 0T.VJ2U man of blood will have Daughter Hut I didn't know then, mam?T will ruraUb 6pnto Bssssspa tons of tenec which Implies that we are born strange to say at the same time all Ills passed through his heart during Ins ma, that she wns jealous of me. It i just temporary relief; nlso tried of lilVM X00K too sweet of her. Detroit Fite Press. many doctors. Lydla II equal. You may as well say that flow- other affairs get entangled, and all his life. JU'AM eraar othtr it sVbown la ) Hpw' Vegetable Compound ers are born equal, or animals are born other resources fall, nnd his hands are WiNNlso rnce horses are trna tuK mXr Inlaw Cnnnot equal, Why does one horse cost S100 tied. Now he wnnts to extricate him- bays, chestnuts or browns; generally coffee .Manr Peoplespoil their Ilrlnk You was recommended to me by n QuotM r1r far sleep. at night. It and for and another horse cost .1,000? Why self. He goes a little further on in the ran drink Oram O when you please and sleep lady friend, and nfter taking rlrtKtJrjjNffspjpaCo- docs one sheep cost S10 nnd another wrong investment. Ho takes a plunge every hundred bays among them there ike a top. For (irain-does notstimulate; four bottles I wns llVo a new woKlectnHTren snj sheep cost $500? Difference in blood. further ahead, for he wants to save his are 50 chestnuts and 30 browns. There it nourishes, cheers and feeds. Yet it looks man I had liccn married nlno lfIpfS, We nre wise enough to recognize it wife and children, he wants to save his Is no record of an important rnce being and tastes like the best coffee. For nervous years, nnd had no children. I now won by a piebald. persons, )oung eople and children (irain O 335 W. VlttU St., in horses, in cattle, in sheep, but we home, lie wants to save his memberMade from pure have n beautiful little girl, and wc Tiik latest freak of Kaiser Wilhelm is the perfect drink. IMII'.STI. nre not wise enough to make nllow-nnce- s ship in the church. He takes one more rains. Get a uickage from your grocer feel assuml sho lathe result of my taking tho is to detail n complete regiment of InTry it in place of eolfee. 13 and 25c. for the difference in the human plunge and all is lost. Compound. Mat Ji. Wilson, 353 Sassafras e fantry, 'J, 000 strong, to devote their blood. Now I demand Vy the law of Some morning nt 10 o'clock the bank Bt,. Mlllvlllc, N. J. time to fighting the caterpillars Unite A'ntarnl. W 41ft I km Mttr tn Both tho method and results when eternal fairness thnt you be more door is not opened, and there is a card Modern science nnd past experience have produced nothing ao effective In 4 Ura UMllMH'' Mrs. McFc-cgShure, Moikc, yez black of those who on the door signed by an ofllcer of tho that gradually arc destroying the trees Syrupof Figs is taken; itis pleasant lenient in your criticism ,ANY AKRMOTOU1 lie turnin' grane. treating diseases of the female organs as Lydla 12. Plukhniu'n Vegetable ComItomen-ten- . Oye do in Wilhelin's private forest of XCHANQKD Mr McFeegan An' why wudn't It? Oi pound nnd Sanative Wash used according to apccial directions. and refreshing to tho taste, and acta were born wrong, in whoso ancestral bank, indicating there is trouble, nnd ,, FOR A ROLI.CR line there was a hangman's knot, or the name of the defaulter or the pot it from an Oirishmon on Saint Pat gently yet tiromptl y on tho Kidney, who cumo from n tree tho fruit of If you know uny woman who is suffering nnd who Is unable to secure relief, Bf ARIWalirm. A wfSTKlt.v woman has designed a rick day, Judge. headi or who Is sorrowful because alio believes herself barren, tell her to write to Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys- which for centuries has 1en gnarled and hundreds ofthe newspaper column liookrest nnd fan for attachment to an P8 4nUiMt. UPTODATC "Oood for men say: u. shelf MOTOR. B FT. FOR U II fu Mill Htv ,Fit stopped free and permanently cured. Mrs. Pinkhnm, at Lynn, Mass., und nU her advice. The thoiisandsof Mrs. tem cilcctually, dispels colds, head, und worm-eatehim; hundreds of other men say: ordinary stand having slanting (m M 1h m4l.k nahhvi tiyfl, No fits alter first day' use of Dr. Kline' aohca and fevers and cures hahitnal Dr. Harris, a reformer, gavo some "I'm glad he's found out at last;" on which the book is held by clamps, Great Nerve Hetorer. Free $2 trial bottle & PInkham'scuris nro all recorded for quick re fere tics', nnd a reply will be promptly ttM.tft NrftM riis i iuri ll sMvr aar Ik4i kim4 Ua mil MtvU Itttl llasiMI sVWsCs4. constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho marvelous statistics In his story of a hundreds of other men say: "Just as with a 1 orlzontal shaft above on which treatise. Dr. Kline, 033 Arch st., Phila., Pa. sent wholly without charge, that will direct her what to do. i4 Mali, MBEATS THI OLD AB THI Mrs. li, Hi.niM, 4010 San Francisco Ave., St. Louis, Mo., wrltea: "Ithns Weil 7HK NEW the fan blades nre mounted to 1) only remedy of its kind ever pro- woman he called "Margaret, the I told you;' hundreds of other men OLD HEAT THK WOODKN WHEEL. motor. The further country woman Is comMaXft y sis pwt M f tsvsiti. mti94 coulun t possibly have been turned by a small been extracting gold pelled to bring aeggs the more she wants for my great desire to have a babe. Since tuklug your medicine my wish is fulfilled." duced, pleasing to tho taste nnd ac- mother of criminals." Xinety years say: Scikntistb have ago she lived In n village in upper New tempted to do that no conjunction of M ffsMSrtfUMlMI l tvasf t,m. f lfR4. tTr ceptable to tho Btoraach, prompt in York state. She wns not only poor, Tht.i them when she arrives in town, Atchison idlaE.PInkham'sVcgctauleComrwnnajAWomairsncnicdyforWoiifan'sIlls It tssf ii wswl li f iristr wrv tn have over- from the waters of the ocean. . ltrsTf its action and truly beneficial in its but she was vicious, bhe was not well circumstances could eversuperabund- gold is theoretically carried into the Ulobe. 1B14irr thrown me;" and there is n jMIMftt ilsMI stkrs4BSrss,CWssc. . thf, Cure for Consumption has no equal Piso' effects, prepared only from tho most provided for. There wre no alms ance of indignation, but no pity. The ocean by the streams lending from rs a Cough medicine. Y. M Abbott, 2S3 s hcalthyand agroeablo substances, its houses there. The public however, heavens full of lightning but not ono gold regions in the fincstiorm nr known. It is, in thu parlance ot Seneca St., lluffalo. N. Y, May 0, 18m. many excellent qualities commend it somewhat looked after her, but chiefly drop of dew. If Uod treated us as sofor women who wash. No work you do is so A good many members of the "rising gen scoffed at her. and derided her, and ciety treats that man we would all the mining camp, "Hour gold," nnd In to all and havo made it tho most unhcnltliful ns your work over a washtub. that shape manifests its presenca in cration" would sene their country well hy pushed lu--i further do-In crime. have been in hell long ago! popular remedy known. the sands of all the Rocky mountain aittiog down. Itural New Yorker. w 01 years ago. This hard, perspiring work in the midst of There have llIV SMI the alleviating elrcum plateaus. Syrup of Figs is for Bala in 50 That as, -stances. Perhaps he may have been soiled clothes and tainted steam will make Tn Cnre n Colli In One !)- cent bottles hy all leading drug- J00 of them criminals. In one branch the dupe of others. Ilefore you let all Somktimkh parents, through Ignor. AH Take Laxative Ilromo gists. Any rcliablo druggist who of that family there wcr 20, and nlno the hounds out from their kennel to ancc or neglect, are Incapable of prop-crl- drupgisls efund moneyQuinine Tabletr. i& trouble for you. The less of it you do, the i( it fails to cure rearing children. Trnnce, with may not havo it on hand will pro- of them hnve been in staV prison, and maul und teur that man, find out if he better. Wash with Pcarline. and there's A monejless man goes fast through the cure it promptly for any ono who nearly nil of the others havo turned has not been brought up In a commer- its comparative retrogrndation of poplittle or none of it. Nothing but rinsing ulation, has recently passed a law for tnurket. cial establishment where there wns a wishes to try it. Do not accept any out badly. the clothes, after soaking and boiling It is estimated that thnt family cost wrong system of ethics taught; find the protection of infants. Tho law esJcHDNWR NMU H A POSTAL 0B How to cure Hheumatism? Use St. Jacobs substitute. forbids anyone to give any solid food the county and state Sl'O,000, to say out whether that man has not an Oil, It subdues. It cures. (jmwe, viu.5E0YDinm imv iwv: them. Consider your health. no CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO. nothing of the property they destroywlfu who is not satisfied of any kind to children under one year ILUIfTIATCO OtTALOCUr: FVEE -SAN fRAHClSCO, CAL Lots of men have college diplomas hanged. Aru you not willing, as sensible,' with his honest earnings, nnd in the without written authority of u qualified K S' - s.M, nur york. tt.r. ing in their jwrlors and weeds growing in LDumius. nr. WNOIBltR REPEATING ARMS CD. fair people, to acknowledge that it is a temptation to pienso ncr no lias gone medical man. The medical profession of their gardens. Washington Dcinocr.it. IWWfwjTTfcAvr, NrwHww.G'.. fciirXul disaster to be born in such an into that ruin into which enough Franco petitioned for Its enactment, WMHMWHmWMWl " hi r irir" "' Vr... i. ,,,,. , , I ancestral lines noes u not jiiiiko a ! men havo la en. nnd bv tho sumo believing that the frequent verdicts of "A word to the wise Is sufficient!" , t great, diflerenco whether one descends temptation, to mako n procession of "died from eating Improper food" will hut tho man must he mighty wise and CANDY . iv penect type ot tnc inim oiurnntui, mu muincr oi crimi-- 1 ! many miles. Vvrlmpii soma sudden ft? xUm wmiI mighty sharp. Iturnl Nswi Terkcr. nnls, or from some mother in Israel? sickness may havo touched his brain. Thkiik is n little, highest order of CATHARTIC THE MARKETS It the on) f stirrutfl In iba oilJ for hrwnln Ul Whether you are tho bon of Ahab or nnd his judgment may lie unbalanced. uuwii lib niu UKJi ui ,, imijiMKiuiiairuci, excellence. rrrii 1Untie ITlrvrt Mrroritlau lFlrrrt andnrt the hull of Joshua? He la wrong, he is awfully wrong, nnd New York, where Illbles and ruin uro A' Irert. rot tnret. linngrrtir. ifp Horrt. pottsin MjrfhCO CiM'iNNSTt. DM It nerrr fltt. Drftwtfiul nil Ifls u very different thing to twlm ha must be condemned, hut there may sold hide by side, nnd the patron of LI VK .STOCK -- Caltlc,coninioii.f i & 4? n 4'urr isrriuaiicnt Pliant fcmt Hri alT for Alticrtifi, lllr. Iliirnt, Tula, plneu for ono thing or the other Inwith the current from what it la to Iks mitigating clrcumKtanccs. Sell cl Uulrhcrs lk'l t t U S 10 Perhaps tho and nil rrtb Wminft. itr mall tmnil iir Ititr, swim tiguinst tho current, as some of i under the same temptation yor. might clude Russians, 'longshoremen. Ttnljs, rAI.VBS- - I'ulr IokuuI luilit. . 3 'si it 1 i cw j tot in ttr. .i. I", ai,i.i: McmriViV H 3 Kt CO., Ml I'nmI. Mlin, .i by JMuggltU you havu no doubt found In your Rum nuve iHiien. ine reason home n.en (io Armenians, Irishmen nnd Syr , ins, Mil id lie lit i in) 3 m et 3 l.tL'tu kiiipinr CURE CONSTIPAnON mer recreation. If u man flndb him- not steal 8200,000 Is becaubo they Jo not Tho place Is fitted up with a bar SIIKKl'-C'lio- nu i rt lit 1 HI self In an ancestral vurrent, where get a chancel Hove righteous Indigna which n wouinn serves cirnks 7lsl de v ui 3 7U a t io smoothly tion you must about tlint man a con pnrt of the day. The Illbles and praythere Is good blood winter famllv Whcil No '.'red..... lit. ll from generation to generation, it Is duet, but temner It with mnr.-er books are In a case at tho end of the UJIAIJf Jrett No. ALL it, vt Boat In tho World for nit Purpoaoa not n great credit to him Itho turu out ( Corn Na i uilxcU Hut you sav: "I nm horry that the bar. This part of tho town is near the Mi I 25c 50c DRUGGISTS n rue to Oals So. S lit noble, innocent should sufTer." Yes, I am, Syrian and Armenian colony, and sumo cood, und honest, nnd pure, nnd Ilye-N- a2 .' in The Standard Soalt He could hardly help It, Hut suppose ho too sorry for the widows and orphans of them uro not uversed to in, ting it, 0 60 HI (CIUUJ . siCr'4-"i and Supplr Co,, PUOVISICINS Mesa pork Is born In tin nnccbtrnl line, In nn hered- - who lost their nil by that defalcation. piety with drinks. I.IU.. it, 4 Ml I.arJ l'rlmu Itary line, where the influences have I nm sorry nlso for tho business men, Tnfc rapld-flr11 xnpjpu Vt nutomatlo gun n-- . cnt-l-y IlUlTlIltCholeo dairy ManufMcturfr, WE SELL DIRECT TO FARMERS. PEbW I'HTslll'IIUII, it '.'US tn been bad, und there has been a coming the honest business men, who have had trim -- chulre creamery .. it 3 '.'1 adopted by the navy department FASMtas, Be Wisr. Del With Us and 8vf 40 Pta CT. on vous FEflTILIZERB. AIM'I ES l'cr UUl 3fl it low n over a moral declivity, if the their nftuirs nil crlnnlctl lie that di.fiii. nweaoonof immense - destriiftw-,,.,...TOO SATE SALESMAN'S EXrEHSES ARD ACEltT'S , oi bush PROFIT. .......vlai i'OTA'iOKS-l'- er flllCACJO man surrenders to the influences he cation. I am sorry for the vc , It can be opernted by one man ana do Ammonia, Actual I'otatb, SEND FOR A BICYCLE ANALYSIS. will go down under the overmastering able bank president to whom . w vvl I LI'lll. more damage in an hour thnn a com ri.OIJtt-Wln- tcr 4H.1 I'sr ccci, patents lllsH JrJt 'PB M4lt U U l, PurO Itlv Tlonn Wail 4 In r.'to6 30 00 pr ton? Na GREAT CLEAniNO tJALI of 17 tni M gravitation unless some supernatural credit of that bank was a matter pany of Infantry could execute lth i lot.... I U." tie I lu'i fFour iold Fsrtlllzar 0 to 10 i! to 3 J lo3 xo uu Qe mi Nn 3 ClilcJi'O sprlne nvoJU, uitkit, iH,t5to glH. s8nI on City Fertilizer 8 to 10 aid bo utforded htm. Now, such a per-o- n of pride. Yes, l',(loiS I nm sorry also tho ordinary rifle In n day. It can de- COI'.N Na '.' iitoVti 16 OO arprot'ui KirAfi a oil jmrni. i rrm SSSdft "J! jjiit xionansa fertilizer, to 10 4 tor. wiuarorour si wktrl laoirgni, lllrrrl ami mtka deserves not your excoriation, but for that man who brought nil liver 200 bulls a minute with nbsoiuto OATS Na S lie si Tl'Al.tn Spsoial Fnrtlllzar StolO plan "JHow tn Kttrn u;i nn 3itoll 0 toT An At o w'4 ., 4 to5 your pity. Do not sit with tho lip the distress; sorry that ho sac- - precision for un lndeflnlto lent'th of l'OUK- - Mess S imanr. NI'iriAI.J II 1H iioiwurn).i(0 ah A XODUCCO Hncclal Fertiliser tl tnl2 LAltll-bleu- m I V.'l.'U- 1 UJ rT4U) til OO Vt niodfU ilitrbilj v Dono and Moat 4 to5 IJioll curled In scorn, and with nn assumed rlflced body, mind, soul, reputation, time. Its fire may bo concentrated ou 18 OO eh. rn1riif AwbtfltAsuuvrntr NKW VOHIC 4 Tor samples and ramphlct, write WHKEH STRaTsUW txkorrt, t Kfcfc iuc ttiuiip w ulla tbtj ul air of angelic innocenco looking down Heaven, nud went Into the blackness one point or distributed over any Jrea. FLOUR-Wint- er I CO.. Merr'a Island, Pittsburgh, P., l)i a M patent. I i 10 T. IV. Mi: A 11 CJTCI.K CO.. CJIIOAUO. . ww upon such moral precipitation. You of darkness forever. You defiantly At a recent test its bullets paitcil WIIKAT Nn. JrwU it I IM',4 roilN Na ImlxeU., it W'l had better get down on your knees and say: "I could not be tempted In that through n barrier consisting of a ami SVIiliWejr llnhlt enied IH 14 ItYK Slliouie muiout uiiin. lliinii ni first pray Almighty God for your res- way," , brick wall, backed by two feet oi OATSMUihI Perhaps you muy bo tested :vii iuirlleulnrssnnlPJCKi:. II M, it 0 75 If you think of climitfliip IIVI rumeuiter this: Nubni'ikti's your location b 10 it l'OUK New mess VOOLI.l;Y,M.II., AlUllta.tlr, cue, and next thank tho Lord that you after awhile. God has a very good oak and n hnlf-lnel- i t steel plate. soil Is rich 3 s 1 Wl C. Vs U a :v liAIlU Western have not been thrown under the wheels memory, nnd He sometimes seems to A ni:iiAiiKAiii.K application litis nnd easily tilled. No roclta anil btunips. J H, A fMjr IIAL.TIMOUK. Uen Timber, Mlurrsl, oi that juggernaut. 7 flfin Mill CRES-'- m. A" Krai"H "Il(1 frults ,liat succeed In riX)Un-Knml- lv Ct, 4 0) say: "1 lils man feels so strong in his niado to thu French government 1 .10 rm otlier suites In hamo latltudo flourish R ratxUUUlUUU I.I..; U.d,, SnIXl tk.ae. tHrlrrak S I ciTiixx-rii- . Sf l"'('ft KSV lu Great lirituln und in tho United innate power nnd goodness lie shall bo case of a man named Germain ( in tho UHA1N Wlitat-- Na 3 .n.cRiiii(iui)n., ..,in,, t.... Ul IrS ll houlhern irae - Corn MixedWlicat g there. Tho cllmatti Is w perfect, tho air bcliioanil States, In every generation, there arc tested; he is to full of bitter invectlvo who wns tried for murder nndom! 3I! 3i',it 31 g malaria. An ahtindiiiico of puro water Is found. It Is dry(rreat freo from a Stnto for tens of thousands of porsons who ure against that unfortunate It shall bo demned to death us long ago as 1SS3, aj it "lKir.i:v, Wiislileitlo. Oats Na S white X stock jalslni; nnd fecdluir, Tliero Is no Stale iu tho Union whore a 2 write.;I ABSOLUTELY PURR. U jou want to secutu a puieni S Itje mh ?,. ISfXS.ll.V.vlrl,lfV fllMttlnN .,.. .1.. fully developed criminals and , shown now whether he has tho power His three daughters have petitioned' CATTI-- Na weicrn ,! .V) u. nun, x iiuiiBUlllin- Ul JHlor 111CI1 IiavO S? Quullty in m. n.,,u, i it i ts,,vft vtiis nw n I say In every generation. to stand." tho authorities to review thu trial and llOOb Western DcllcloucNutritiou. become rich In Nebraska. Farms can now bo bought on easy terms, l'rlces 5J HI tfr 60 Then I supposo there are tens ot INDIANAI'Or.tS. Fltleuii years go by. The wheel of exonerate their father, nlthougii ho u,o .,,, i. 4 iiiiiiiinuiiic iiiunirisii-- imiujiiiKii, iicscrioni); isuurasKU win oe Ji COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A C0r. , sent freo on application to 1'. S. KUSTIB, lleneral I'aNherii;er Ajrcnt, ChlcaTO. thousands of persons not found out luiiuuu iuris bUTcriu Minus, iiuu you was executed more than to years since, OKAIN Wheat No. 5 ft t'3 pT 13Z UUHE8 rVHtllt AU EtSfc FAllfe. to Corn Na 2 mixed C,nh rstl In llinn. bjrup. hrrtpiM,l.i, Uso M Tasiuiiluid. In addition are in u crisis that you never could "The crime, uven If committed, in their criminality. ,, OatsNo. mixed hold IU a Lu i;ls Us surs you get Itis genuine trtkle - have anticipated. Now, all tho powers partly political, but there i these there bru tens of thouaroabunj. IJUISVIM.i: nude si UsrcLeiler, Mm., bjr lands of persons who, not posl oi durlfiu'ss come around, nnd they ant reasons for believing that Cratsa FW)UK Winter patent S7J ft 4 00 it VI tlvcly i.'comini; criminals, nevci the chuckle nnd they chatter and they say: was tho victim of a judicial blunder." OHAIN Wheat No. 2 red WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd. Corn Mixed. A. N. K.- -R it 3H less have a criminal tendency. Anyone "Aim! hero Is the old fellow ho ui Jt is said In Purls that thu petition 1702 cd it 'i'i of ISTSIUSHID I TS0. UIOUO of nil those thousands, by tho grace of so proud cf his intctfrity, nnil u ho the daughters Is so strongly supported rOUK Mc WIIKV WRITIXS TO AVBITMEa , UA1UJ bicuol ,,n snrsa t i t:-.rsrnisasatlj God iimy U'comu Christian, nuU rcsUt j briifffod, o r,ou,l dn't, Vp overthrow u by by evidence that it will bo KrantoV ar;r.,jMMi"Vj..'."snnwsjsiipt ":t, ...-- ,, --i , suuiui IM.n..u.IMI. HSIISips- h MVM-I,,..,, j. fr Wffll mB . masia r ...... ih.sb aLM .w. MHiii.uai,i. mb.iihiiiii vnftvvHHLaHaaai ffHfttftmi f is s.ewTss in u I mmmmmm ,!,. . ... , -.- 1 '. I fLt . . j Mi al - 3&?k America's Greatest Medicine ACCORDING TO TALENTS '. 1 out-doo- r 1 Bad Blood I. - 1 Mn L.l UKR lil-- UlfSarsa- nuuu o parilla after-dlnri- ri ,,,, fake Iyer's $ar$aparll! re-ec- 1 ......... j ill. Arllni-illrort- lv SAPOLIO WQ -- 1 11 rive-nnr- rr s Tit-Hit- . lene-facto- sup-sii- Ikiii-fir- s low-live- d sp Foot-Kas- t Foot-Eas- y, ACETYLENE GAS, ach-inj- r Hopeful Words to Childless Women. n. ft m . 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