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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1898 hic1898041501_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. .,' if - THE HICKMAN COURIER. PiiblUhert Every Friday by VEORGE Ht IU Jaciaoa WARREN, Mil door to Ol.r"UU. t t Hickman, Kentucky. a.rl THE KSTA11LISHISD 1855). mini iKOttOR WARREN, C. WKARN, i Kti.tor. ITMItor HIOKMAN i AN AKMISTICE Granted to the Insurgent Wlihoul 'Conditions, b) the Spaniards. , FINE COURIER. 15, 1898. FIFTV-FIFTH JOB PRINTING KXEOUISD KEATKESS 1HD DISPATCH. WITH SALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, AmUum THE OLDE8T NEWSPAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY. l'rlco of Subscription, .. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KV., FRIDAY, APRIL VOL. XXXIII. NO. CONGRESS. tt 21. LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETQ CALL AND BEE U9. - r '4v. tmllnr .theme of aid to the treat body of aut A frra. aurKc.tluit lo Ihl end wan acqulrieit In by tho Spanl.h nuthorlllca ()n tha lth of iMeinber lot 1 eau.ed to be U.urd an npu I to thn American Invliliin niulilliutlona In inonry or In kind for the Ihn .tarilim nulTcrtrtlr.l'uba, fullnwlntt till on the Hlli tf January by a almllar publlr nnnoiinecpient of the formation of a cenlral Cuban rillcf roninilltie, with beadiiuarleraln New Yoik City, lompoM-- of three mcmlier. rrpreacnllnt: thr Amirlcan National IteilCro and tho rrllyluu uml bu.lara eletncnta of Ihe community, The eflm of tint committee hnvo been untieing and nrtbmpllhrd much. '1 h war In Cuba I of aurh nntiiro thal.hnrt of ambulation nrrilmnlnalloii a final military tlrloryfor ilther ald& .rem Imprartlrable. Iha alternatlte Ilea In the phy.lcal eihau.llou of one or tho oihir piny, or erlmpof IkHIi aeondltlon which In cflcclrmhMlhn ten year, war by the truieot .anjon. llm of To auch a protraction and couclu.ion of the pre. rnt.trilel. a ronilnrrncy huiUly tu be tond Cuba and a Statrmplalnl with rUJnltnllr by Ihe clillln-world ami Ira. lot all by ihn t'nllnl State, aRirtrd and Injiiml a we an, deeply and lull ble Government. iiialely by lla Irry etl.tenro. Ilialltlng thl linpiH'areil lobe my duty In a Irlt i f true I ilctiilllnt'., no let in Spain than In tho I iiban wlmhavo Ml mutiti In loo To Uso Military and Naval Forco oy tho ptoton.i4tt.Hi of tlit'lruvitlii tntirlnfi abOMt All lMMHtUliklllM4lMI J I awlinililHt, ort tfie filh blllnio. tf i,i inn, ii rriiniHmiaiion nn .orrr l.nr .nitrnie. ihiuiiKh Ihe tlnllut .Mali1, miiil.tf r Purposes. at Madrid pmHlilun. In tho Spun b gnirrn ment liHikliur tu an armUllin In (MuIit llr.l for IhrnerulUtliiiiof ai ltlilln'tii.lort1rt- The President I Prepared to Carry of theprixiilcnt. I nUil ihe linmcillatr ntotatlun fntulillUiiii Out I2cry Obligation Impis-cby oltheorvUiof nctiiiriMiiiiiiinii mia to irinll the xnilu tu nliiril tu lliulr farm and Hie the Constitution. needy In ! trllenil with pretlHlnut and up pile from the United state, with the SpauUh autlioiliic. vo a. loalTnnl lull relief 1 h M rrrk of Ihr Malnr Show. Thai aSfBtlti The reply of ihe SpatiN'i cabinet wa I. sol Ahlr to (Jusraiitr- - Security In on the nifhl ot the 31.1 ultimo. It of turrlgn r..p lu the I'iim. nf t aha (rrv a. Ihe meun lo tirlnn nbout are in -iuggr.1. Alldtlallou. Cuba, lu contldu the pn utalion thereof tu the la.ular parliament. In a. mm Ii at tho concurthat In WamiiiiIton. April II -- Tbo president Mnn-tin- y rence of Imat iM.ty would to ntx.nry un reach a mull. It lielnK, liowtter, cnl ihr follow In; tne.axo lo the congress Cerii..l that the p wcr rerned by I lie ol the I'oltisl Mates Obrsliciil In tint prefrpl of llir constitution , coii.tllutlon to ihe central giivrrnmenl ore not Iernet1 which command ihr president tngtsr ((sun ' paillimrnl lineor illmlnl.hrd. A Ihr Cuban not meet until the lib of Mat tlmo to tlmo the rowgrr infortiiltloil ol IM" t neil tlieSMiiili yoummuit would not ob state of the union and to recommend to their )ect, It paru In aiict at mil a au.n lontllerstlon such measurea a. he shitljintge of hii.lllliiea If aikeil for by Ihe In.ur-gen- u ticce.sary iih.l nl. It Iwcoroe--J lay duty Inwii thu crural In chief. In whom it row to body address Mltli yimr mtM prrl.iln luaMihra.e tho rrirard erxve la rrt.U that ilurnllonanileundltioiiof Ihe tu ilrtrimlnc the ha. iiMn la Ihr relation, ot the The itrepiHiiinn m'Mnllled artnUllte Woolliy Urn. to llnltl iatr moreSpain oy reawn of ibrwar-lai- r len! aa.l the reply of ineSKtnl.h gotcrnment year, till raged lti.1 tor than fir In Ihe lomi of brief inenmramla Ihr wire t.ith 1 .to In the nrlgbtsirla. Island of CViba. o lexuoi whlth are U fore ine uml ate ubUn-lullof the Intimate connection of tho Cub in on tho Unguiye alxne glvea The question with the state nt our own union and of In llir inir relation the rwurse wlikh II t imvt fuMtlou matter the of Uubnn pirllament caet ' Ihe Iniumhrnl upon the nation madei must needs am! the manner ot prcpatloittlntne mi It tear the traditional peltry ot Mr gnTrttnmnt arr notripre-...-! hi llie"-nlmrtnoniPMlum If II it In amird with Ihr precept Ink) down liT biitfmmCea reimrla thr loundirstif Ihr rrptibtte and relit lousl) d ot pielinilai WnmMMxt'a eiplitinter the Huai iliMn.inn pnxulinR by sitrrerslhif adintnlaliaiion. lu Ihr i on 1 re nee It I iindrmtoot that the Spunl.k I'twni ili the la.ular Thr prrsrnl rcvtslutliml. but the surrrwsor (errmment atan.1 realty lo ntteIho tenn. o lull power lo acillo d nlhcrslm.tsr Insarrfsrilos. which have Kare Willi the inauntenM wbrllicr by dlroci in Cuba again t he dominion nf Spain, or Inrlitrxtly by in an.ct l"c'U-t- l n nnfoHallon appear rxtrrullne over prrled of nearly hilt lo- - not lury racket which ilurirut II prugrrs ha With ihi U.l OTerture It Ihe direction of mhevlcl hi t'oimi Male ii rreal tSorl asd liitini.llatr Maee aad ir riref expense In affording llSKeutrulltv rutesssd IbMI liy spun, wa iho brou(ht to lo American ir.te ami mm-wbrr- c the end of hi cflorl.eieculUe rnermmis lo cauM Irrllailon 4iinirnri aiul ilt. In tny annual metie of !erembrr U.t I luttrn-!mHrHi- r cIlUi n. nn.1 lir the limit ltliniu ami uarit IWUik prar akl the untrtnl tnea.ure lhoo remain only Of Hi-.- f ami Itei'i(nim.n of lhein.urtKnt.it narfan ihr rn. belligerent. I B'i'ImI the humarn .)itiiaitil fit our ir.l4 rrein'ollNm of ibe Independence of Cuba Mnr" lh" prp. m mroluilon txvn In IVhru nutral InlervenlkHt In cud the war by Itipn. arr 1a ibUnmntrr ho ihr terUWi Ihe run In.' a r ii urn il oomin-jmain al cur thmhult rnTf.w1 hy fire aiht le.iania ami Interrenlliin In favorofoncor awivnt uf a RtiUfnlf iir.ijaVfH In llir otter pirty I apeak ncn of forcible nanex-aib- u thr hl.lorr '( Ihr Ulitxl nO isiclr parnlMnl fur that ran not be thongbt or 1 hat by 1 Ihe Inlho miiiilK-- i.r the iNimlx.li.nu our code ot tnuralily wuull te criminal argrc. of the rtntMl rxeluilon nf lu.' K.lrrD tltiif. whrrr u ill Irnl lwmlxtlilT. Nathlng ba alnee occurred It cbang" my Inir lo 19 frT harr ! ipiif4 liy ih view on Ihl. rrar.1. and 1 recognlaa a fully I -- , "' thy Mil fir ln aiai. (hir Kt.1r, J JJaRM.1 tbq laawanol Ita rallM llllffrrnc I publl.btnl. roulJ. of rnunllr mturrd lu fontmrrrti ilrluallr ianlrfr4. ll-r- tf twalirnileii liy oll"ii, nccom nrrptlon.l prv.1tr1lrrr illlnlnlthit. It pll.lt nolhlng toward Ineother nid for which onn ttrl.t. laid mnktp It. nil II. In ruin, anil It. pro we labor Ihe tn.tant pacification of Cuba ami t' Irnt pf lliuuoainl. frnm hun pi. uil-er- y that aflllcta the ourrlr. the retaatlou of the irr aildrlllitloii, e liarn fnumt that Uriel l.land ion.lialrr.1 In Ihr rtWMur rf Tumlnr lnthequriionnf reeognlr'ng al Ihl. Irutraillj Khlch inir laua i)ciln ard vhlcli lline tha IrniepeinleiK of '.hepreoenl Inturgent no law nf nation, commands In itic our own t guirrnnient In Cuba we find aafe preeedenta In n loprru-n- t , our hl.lory fna on enrly day They are well natrra and alrh our tij unlawful act In aid of Ihn Cuban. .Our Mimmed up In l'rr.Mrnl Jaekaoa'a me.aage In ir..1? ha auSoml lhi r.pltal Init-mn- l If ojr cnre Ieeeiiiter II ISM, on Ihe .ubjct of rltlirn. In Cut-- a ha Invn lunclr lo.l, then,cirnin of the Independence of Texa. of our lie ai! ' In all the eonte.t. thai bavo arl.cn ami fiirlaranc and lli Irmfrr tried a. to trBM a out of I'rauee out of Ihe ill. pule In relation lo hac twrn an ITrllou unrr.t inmnr ojr own rlllion., hlrh the crown, of I'tirtugaland Spain, out of thr ha. Inetllablx fouml liariprcalon from time acparatkm of the American f oewton ot bath lollm? In thn national l(ulltuto to thai from the Kiir"Nin giitrrnnicni. an I out of the mlitle rjumervii. and tiinHUatly ecurnnj atruiigle nbnllr ratrrnal lo our own i tutrn". attention and .land In Iho aj of that (or dominion In Svanlth o win-liloedeiotkn In doiuntlo ndtaurrmrnt that eon. latent with Jmt principle, ha lieen the a Mif.rontalnr.Uoinrrmiiip.lihihor w- tiMMn vurgnternment that hive under Ihe I rim. I matlm hii hcen Mr aioWantt of all m at rrlilewl elrrumttan-c- . atnMeil Ml ten-.uifrrrltn rntanclpmrnt. All llil mint unsla anil enrountrre,! r.o other erll than that awoVrn and ha. Imllnt arouv.! tke iitnunt pn.luml by a eon. I. lent e.lran;ement of good ( ncern on Ihr ixrtof ihlnnrrnmrnl, a. rrll wllllnttHMe nfalntlwhnm wo have Urn liy a Irrmna In my ouii. durlnr; m prrliM-co- r tn dielde. fiirre of evidence eonii-l!o- il In April IHifl Ihe rirlli from n hlch our cmin II ha thu tiia1e known to ihe world that Iry .ufirtct tliniuih thr (ulmn nr Ncamo.ii the uniform policy and practice uf the United oiirroii. that my pmWovmr made an tltirl to StaliM I. lo avoid all interference In illaputea lirlnsahout a irait UiroufN thr mcdli'lun of which merely relate to Ihe Inlrrnal gotern-mea- t Ihl cntrrnmrnt In any vay that mlcht tend .( other nation and etc itually tnnv-ognlr- e f the peialllnt pirty Hi loan hrnoralile udluilmrnl of Ihr ronte.t n paln anl hut rcroltot rolonr on Iho without rferrncn to our particular lntiro,t tia.Uol M)mc tfjrctlyo aolnmrof and .lew, or lo Uio merit, of Ihn original tit for Cuba uiulrr thr fUK and ortrlnty controtcr.y of Hut on Ibi', naon itrry other trying orcn-sln- n It fallnl Ihrottth Ih rrfual of tho Spanl.h pafety It tn'io fouml In a rigid nilherence linrrnmrnt- - Ihtn in pourr to rinlit'r any . mi of tnollatlori or Imlv oil ntiy plan of uttl.'-Iiirn- t lo principle Khlrh tlld not N'tln with Ihr uilml aub In lh .onte.l between Slmln and Iho p I. ion pf tho lnurirrnt t tt inumrr ivun-tr- r eolnnte we aUn.l aliM.f ond wallet not asd thurt only on ".. n Irrin a Spain her-e- ll only until lh nbllliy of Ihe niw atale tojro-tee- l mliht fc lit to.rauu Tim warrnntlnurd them.rlt wa. fatly e.tnbll.heil till until the danker nf their bring ngatu atibjugulnl unahatnl aw a) 1harriitanrrI of the In.urcent. wat In no had entirely pavtcdrccognlrrdThen and not until wIm dloilnl.hr Such wa our then weio lliey 1 hr rffort. i ' Spain a ere lnnea.nl. lmth tiy cuumc In reirtr I to Mexico hcrwlf tn iini!ipalrhrf frr.h Irtlea tnCutia and liy the 11iereuion Andrew J ck.on procei-diirlu"ion In '.lie horror, of iho atrlfeof a new rontl'lrr Hie rl.k that Ihero might Im Impiiteit (.ml lnh.-- n plinw happily iinpreeeilrntnl In tn the ttiittel sinle. innthe nfeelflth lnlcrr.l the tui.lern hi. lory of rlvlllreil I'hrlKltan tn view of Ihe f, rmcr claim on our Ktrt lu the rnp!ia. Ihn xillcy nf drra.tatlon and ton territory of Texa., nnd ot the arnweil purpnw of the Trxnnln aetkln reeonltlnn ol i ntrutlon InmuttrHloil by tho rnplatn urn a i rul. handu nf OcUit) r SI IH" In the prarlnrn an IncWint In the Inioriwra-Ho- n . tlinire rx emlnl l.i of Texa In Ihe union concluding ihu. of l'lnar J)rl Klo, all of thn Inland In which ihe power of '1'ruilence Ihe-efn- re kum to ilk Into that able In reurh hyoccu the Spanlih armt w wo .hnuld ktnnd aloof and mallitaln our presor by mllllnry opcrnllona. The pe. ent altitude, If nni until Mexico luclf or one lillon antry Includlnif' all ilnelllnit In Ihe oirn of the gn nl foreign power, .hall recognlxn tho -r nculliirul Interior wets drl.cn Into Ihn (ar Imlcpcndencn of tha iriv go, eminent at lea.t r vn tnwna or Iwlaleil plarr. held by the until iho lapo of time or Ihoeournoof eicnt troop.. Thn rallnr and niQ.einent of protlt ahull have proic.1 beyond civil or dl.puto the Thaflrtda ability ot Ihciieoploof lhal country to mainliin. of all kind, were Interdicted wcrolnld wi.t, dwelllnia nnr"reit and rlrel, tain IhflrMparale sovereignty ""d to uphold mill, dailroyed, and In ahort, eicrylhlne that Ihe government con.tlluli-i- l by them Neither timid iteMiIale the land and remli r It until for of the looiriidtmt panic ran Ju.tly coinplnln I iiinan hahllnllon or mpport m lommunded of ihl course. Ily inimulng tt wo ore but car-tln- g ij one or the other ol Ihe rontemllnu par-li- e, out tho long e.t blUhod policy of our and ciecuteil by alt the power at their govrrnirent, n policy wlili It haa erurnl to ua dlNial. re.ieitand Influence abroad and Inspired lmine," Mranwhlle thn mllltiry altuntlon In tho "Ihikenro the wonla ot tho resolute and pa t.liml had undrn;onn it noticeable chancei lrlotleJnck.ini They are evldcmc that tho ThoeilraoMlnary uelltlly tliut character!.!! United stklea In wblltlou lo the te.llinio-.ithe iieiimd year of the war, when tho In by public Itw a thecondlllon of Iherecognl aursrrnl Intruded etcn tho hitherto uiiharined lion of Independence by n neutral state (to Ib'l.liiot l'lnar del l(ln nnd ctrrlol hatoe nnd wit, that the revolted .Into hhall "con.tltutoln factulmily politic, hating n government In dn.Utif lion up til the walla of tho city of Ha aiia Itwlf, hiwlro'ninnl Into a doirccd atruRKla kubst.inco u well a In nnme, .Hie.ned of In thn ccnlrnl and ra.trrn provlneei.. The tho clement of MnMllty." nnd fnrinlni do l'iinlh atm. re;ulnr! a men.iro of control In fnein, "If left to llelt, u Halo uinong tho l'lnar del II In and pirtmif llinaua, but, under nation., reitonably capable of discharging tho Ihecxl.tlnironiidltlon. of the. rural country, dutir of u atnte." ha lmioeiI for lla own govwithout linmcilliite linprotrmenlot their pro ernance In dealing with ru.cn lkn the.e iho iluctlrn altuntlon. Krrn tliu. partially te further condition that rrcognltlou or Indcprti I .trlcteil thu ri'Tolutlonl.U hold their own Btid ilenre state-hoo- d not due ton revolted detlielr oonqticut nnd tuhmlolnn, put fnrwnn! pendency until the d incur of it l Ing again ei.pnllnl nnd Mile bt.la of subjugated has entirely passed nwa), Tho exby .Spain n. tho treme lest wrai In fait applied In the casa of lieitir, .eemrd.ua fardlttanln. nlthenut.vt. Tex ii. In ihU alatn of ofT.iln my mlmlnUtratlon problem found ll.clf confninteil with tho Krave Nor from thn aliimljHilDtnf rxnerlenco do I illUiluly My ntvanaifo ot Jam Uecemlier re 'ilewi'd Iho altutttlon and narrated the atep. think It would be wle or prudent for thl gov rclle, lnit Itaucutene. eminent lu reiognlic at the. pnscnl Hino tho taken wlili it view lo IndeiH-nccnrof the OUun republic u ml onlni; thn way lo aomo form of honorable kCttlemcnU Tho nMa.nlnnllnn of the prime Such recognition Is nut tiecosary liiorikr to enable Iho united State lo Intrrtcno uml led ton rhanito of KOtern minister. Cnnoi, naclfy Iho l.l.ind. To commit till country mrnt In Spain. Thr former adinlnl.lratloii pleiln d toaubju now to tha recognition of nny particular gov gallon without ronicloii KitvopluVo to that of ernment In Cuba might auhjcil us tn nit' In nil liarrtaaltiB roiidltlnn. of Inti rnuloiml ob a more liberal party, committed lon unco ton policy of reform Intolvlnif Ihn wider ligations towards tho organization au recog principle of homo ruin for Tuba nnd l'ucrto nixed ln niko of Intrrientlon our conduct Hlro. Ihooverlurenit thin ooternmrnt, mado would be rubjict to tho npproial or ill.np-protalwc would be re Mitl. gorcrnn-iCnt- , uud IhroUKh It new envoy, llm. WomUnril. qui red tn aubmlt in Ita direction nnd lo nssumo looltliiK to mi Imnin Halo ami etleellvenmcllor ntlonnf Ihoiomlltlim.' of tho Inland altliotiRli to It the mere relation of a fitituUy ally, When tiotacccptiil tnthu intent of ndmltttil uiLilla It .1 nil uppour hcrtullcr that there la within lion In any ah.tps, en) met by nuranera Unit thu hl.md n riitcrnincnt capable of mt-foing the duties nnd ill.chuiglug the iltae, would be liomi) rule. In an inlianceil ferlhwltlt ofTered lol'iiba, without walllnif for funclliinN ot u kepuru'e nation, and hit Ing 'Iha forilblo Interv. niton of tho United war lo end, uml that more huinanomelhnU Iho Stale a a neutral, loaluri tho war, according ahould pretull In tho conduct of ho.tllltlea were In protrrcaa, lo tho largo illilattsof humanity and followWhile Ihe.e negotiation ing many historical prccidcnls wlitrc neighof tho unfortumito tholncrcnHlnirileatllullon and the alarming mortality boring Mute have Intcrfcrrcd to check pope-lo- ss rrconcentrailo aaerlllcca of life by Internecine conllkta nttenllon. 'Iho iimonic tlii'iit claluu'il carnoil mcte.a which had attended the limited menu-tir- o be) uml their bordcra. I Jusllllable on rational giotnuls. It linohrs, liowevir, lioitllc of relief extended ti tho auftcrliiB Ameriupon liotlt the pjrllca to the conical, u can ctli'ii nmnni: them by tho Judlcloua well tnenfor.'C n truce at to guldo ihu oenllul IhroUKh tho conniilnr-nnencloio- t thu tnnicy iipprnprlateil expnaly for tlielr settlement Tho ground. lor kuch Inlcrvcnllou may be Mircor by Ihe J Int resolution uiiruyril Jlry SI, ciKu.Iob ,o( u trlifly aumiuaiiicd (olluwat IJU7, promptiil iho bumaiio THE MESSAGE. TIig President Ms for flntlioritutoTaKe Measures Terminate Hostilities Establish prrct 1'irat In the rau of humanity nnd to pat to the hartmrltlc bloodshed, atarva- Hon und horrible uil.erlr now existing thcie. and which the partlea lo tho ronllieinre I'llh'r unable or unwilling to atop or mlllgitlo. It U no answer tu iy Hit . all In "nuttier country, lielongliig tn another nation and I llitrmoro none of our business. It I specially our duty for It I. right al our door. Seiuild. Wo owe It Inour illlrens In Cuba to nlTonl thirn trial prutertlnii uml Indemnity for lite and prosrly which no g.ivernineut Ihero enuor will nRnrd. an I to thai end to Urinln mo tbeiiiiiitlllon. Hut depflve lliem of Itgal prnlei Hun Tli in I. The right In In en ene mar ne Jusll lliil by the very weriou.- - Injury tu thu minim no, trade uud bulnra of our iMxip'o and by the wanton dcnlriutloit of pruuriy uud devastation of the Ixlnuil limit!, and wh ci I. ot Ihe mm nt The tiri'M'itl tnidltlou ot nflair In Cuba I. n uua.tanl m n.io lu our peace, nod entail. triK.il lhlgiirnnii.ul an cuormoii.ex- - I Fred.rle x A LIVING TOMB. of.!!", lriiM. Tbe.e element nf danger and disorder at ready nut huvo Inert strikingly Illustrated by a Iragb. iti lit whlih ha deeply and 1 bavo In. Ily moiiit Iho Alntrlcan iwnplc . already traiisiiilliist to tho rrimrt of Ihl narat iirurl of Inquiry on the dcstruflloti ot tbu Initio Mbiii Xlalnu tn tbo harhur of llftvwa,lgvtn llm itlabt ofath ItaK rl eulirw-arfrTiiUiHairtiiwri or mat tiGhimf.ri na llllnl the uatlnii I heart with loexpres.lblo horror Two hundred and llflyelght braie ami Iwu oiriitr.of our nailers ami riailnf-navy ri isislrii In tho fancied aerurityot a friendly harlmr hale iKrn InirKd to ileilh, irli f and want brought lo Ihilr home ulid ronj-rcs-i w Sln esllf tr Ito h.kl wi lnhrartf llllrn ln lrny lrtlft rtnrallR il. I. tirr jpl al on tm lljf tln ....... ..... b to ay iiuiimanda the unqualified nci'of tliegosi rnmrnt wa unaiilmou lull that thcilestruilfon of the Maino" wa caused liy an exlrrlor explosion that of it .ubinarliieinliie lldkt nniai.iiiiio In place re ponsibiluy. That rrmaln to be llxcd In unyvtenl tho leructlnn of tho M line by whatettr uxlerlor cuti-- r, I n palent and iinpreoite pru.il o a stale of thing in Cuba tliul Is Intolerable. That en dlilon l.i thui shown tnl suth lhal the Spanish govt rninrnt i an not as.urv afetv and to a le.-- el ot the Ainrrivau navy In tbo hartxir o Havana un a mliun ol peaiv and rightfully llu'ie. rurtlur referring in thl. tonnerllon to re cent diplomatic eorreKiiHlerice. u' dlsiMtcri riom our mtiit er to soHn ol the '.lab ultimo. contained the statement lhal Iho Spanish mill for fixvigii uffaira astuird him post lively thai Spun will do all that the highest hrmor and iiHce require In the matter of the Maine Ibe reply ol the 311 ultima also con luliiisi an expression of the readme of Spain lo sub-nloan arbitration all the dlflcrencea which can url e In tin matter whlih I .ubsr qucnily explalntsl by the note of ihe Spanish minister al Washington of Ibe Uth Instant, ua follow. As tn ihe ijuestlon of fact which springs from Ihe elirrrslty of view, nelween inr reirt ot the American ami Spanish toards Spain pnp-- " Hint the fail beasrertllnisl by an Un iurtial larestlmttlon by extsirta, whomi detla slon Hpaln accepts In advanru." in tbl. I hate inale mi reply dlscuaMng tho l're-lde- nl after .rnl In phase, of I e tontewl as It then apiieured and it ho.'lt and apM-cIndellnltu prolonga-Hoi- i. saM In such cieiit. I nin of oplnkm thai other ualfsma will lm comelled tou.suino the rn.iiisiblilly which devoivea uimn llirtn. and in seriously run. Idee Iho only remain Ing measures possible mesilutlon and inter tentlen Owing, prrhap. tu ibe larg ex Ktniro f water Mliaratliig the l.land from . . Hie contending ihe penin.ula, partha npiear tn bate within ihemselte nodepiMiiiory of common confidence to suggest wis'ihii whin (Kisklnn and excitement hate thttrsway aihl to a.sutre the itrt of sace maker In tbl. view In therarllrrdaysof tho vouloul the ges.t ottlrra i f Iho Culled Stale a. a mediator were tendcrtsl In giasl faith without any si Irish purpose, In the Interest of humanity and In stnitre friendship for both liarllea lnit were at the tlmo declined by Spain with ILe iteelarutton nevrrtlifltesa that at a fulUr tlUIA tla WUilld lS ll4lstMUM.bt-sHt- f liinil.iienii- -, Tn nrriiii ,i,w..n in, has lava lun of Hut lime the alrlfis eoulln-u- e. And yet roarhed. and horrors, with all lis dread of llm all Its Injurlea to the Interest Koch U n I led Stntea and of other nations. party sems quite copable of working great In Jury and damaye to the other as well a all tho relation, and Inl.re.n dcpcndc-i- t on the existence of (race lu the Island but the) koem In capable of reaching any Adjustment, and both, have thu. far fallisl or achieving any success whereby one parly shall posseas and control the lland to the exclusion of the other Cn der th- - clrcum.tames the agency of other, either by mediation or Inlcrtcntion. vctm lu In the only alternative which must, miner or laicr 10 Invoked for the termination of the strife. ' In ihe last annual message of my Immrdlato prileiesor during the pindlng alru.'gle Ii was aakt "When the Inability or Sp tin to ileal kucce fully with the Insurrection haa become manifest, and It I ileiiionairuml that her soicr-elgnt- y Is extinci In Cuba fur all purposed of It rightful existence nnd when a hn;tcloss struggle for It ha degeni rated Into a strife which moan, nothing more than the useless sacritlco of human life and tho utter destruction of the ?vry subject matter of iheeonfllrt. a situation will be presented In wh,rh our obligations to tho sovereign!) if Spain will bo upcrclo! by bis obligations, vhlch wo can hardly hejltato to rocognlio und dUchargc.' In my annual message to congress, IWeni-l-e- r last, kpistklngof thl. question I said The nenr tuiiice will diinonstrate whether Hie Indispensable condition of a righteous peace Jnsi alike to the Cubans nnd to 'juln, a well as equllaMe to all our Inti rests an Intimately Intuited In the welfare of l"ubi la likely to liealtnlned If not. tho exlgencj of further and other action by thu Untied stales Whin that tlmo will rim tin to bo taken come that action will bo determined tn tho line of InJI'putnble right and dutr It will bo fared, without misgiving or hesitancy In Ilia light of the obligation th's goirrnment owes tu Itself to the jsuiple who btte ionlldd to II tho proteitlon of ihclr Interests ond honor und to humanity Sure of tro right, keeping frco from all of (ene ourselven actuated only by upright nnd patriotic consideration, moved neither by pas the goiernment will con-tlnslon nor selllshiie it watihful earo oter the rights and properly of American rltlrcna. und will nbitio none of It efforts to bring ntwut by ieeeful agencies a peace which shall honorable nnd tndurtng If It shall heroaftcrappi ir to Ik! a duty Imposed by our obligation, to our aches, to clvlllratlon nnlhumaniiy to Intervene with force. It shall tie without dull on our purl nnd only Ixeau-- o iho necessity for such nt'llon will Ixiko clear a to roinnuiid Ibo support nnd approval of thr civ tilled world." The long trial ha protest Hint theobjict for which Spain lias waged the war can not boat lalneil Tho tiro ot liuurr ctlon may llameor tu tj smoulder w llh, varying season, but It lm not bein und it Is pliln tt can not beextln-gulshe- l by present lnilhisla. 'Iho unl, hope of rrllcf nnd repute limn n rniiditlon whlih n enn no longer lm enduteil I the enforced of Cuba. In the namn of humanity lu name of cltlluatlon In behalf of endanthe gered American lolerosts whlih gln us tho right and tho duty to xpcitk and tn act, the wur In Cuba must ktoiv In v lew of ibeso facta and of these conldcrn HonsI ask tho congicss tn utithorlro iitidiin to sejxiwer Ihe president to take measure cure u full und lliiul termination of litslllUIrs gotrrnintnt ot Spain nnd tho lietwtrn thn IM'ople of Cuba, nnd to secure In the Island tho establishment ut it ktablo goi eminent cap iblo of maintaining onh r nnd observing Its Inter national obligation, Insuring p ace and Iran qiillilv nnd tho aeiurlly ot lis iltlzena it well a our own, and tutisa the military and natal force. of the United State as in tj bu necessary for thesu purposes, And In .ho Interest of humanity and to nld In ll.esof the starving pmplcof the Island t ret'omnu,iid that Iho dlilrlbutlon of food and supplies le continued, and that tin appropriation bo mado out of tbo puhlli treas ur to siippleint'iil the charily of our tltin lis. Ihn uu Is now with tho longtess. 11 t a kolcmn responsibility I have exhausted ctcry effort lo rUlriothn Intolerable con lltlnn ot nlTalra whlth is nl our door. 1'repared to exciuto i very obligation lmtkisrd upon mo liy the constitution und ILu law, I await your action, le tin tu the iiiillon mtut tourt of Imjulry which HI needtnnll-i- lir lr Sln ii'i' I. Ycxtirdoy nod klnm ihu preparation of tho (ongoing message, official Information wns it' cened by mo lhal iho latest ikiue of tho queen retcutof Sptln illrcu t.cn. Ill.nuo In order to priparu and fvcilltale (Cue pi pro claim anisptnsoii ot hostlllttcfc, the Omnia u and dit ills of whkb bate nut jil been inc lu Thla l.ut Willi every tonslderatloii, otlici i'rllneiit will, I nin suit1, have your Jiut nnd t.ireful ut tcntlon In Hie solemn ddlheratidi iihvim1ihIi you nre ubout lu enter, II Una nicusiiru nl lulc. a kuciesslul result then our uspiiutlou will le as it Chrl.ilan, lx'.uc loving If It falls it will In- - un't aiotliLr realliel ol ourioiitcinp'.itid nctin Jutlllliutloii u WllLMli Mi It Kxcculhc Maukluu, Afill II, Hwi it.t to her relatives in considered behind closed door in account of l'or that time they believed tho probability ot utterance, wtlch would afat a Cabinet .Meeting It Wa Decided Iha ford Information to Ibo enemy. The proposihhe was however, an Did Nol Clianga heracaii l'roH,rd Ariiil.llto tion was debated, but without reaching a conM.s.aga of an insane asylum at Norrls Ilia Hituallon-l- li clusion. While the senate was In executive At III (Jo lo Congress. tow 1'a. Durinjf her Imprisonment scitton a formidable element In the sen MANY LEGATEES WHOLESALE CORPORATIONS. Jit' tie hospital Mio was most of tho ate was considering what should bo done In case, resolution should bo reported providing In a Illeh Kptn.tcr's Will In Shelby County Indictments Will Stand and They 4fc.t Wahiinoio.n. April 11. Tlic Spanish liin'jrallonaL A Voluminous Dneuiiicnt. the daughter of Lnwrenni for recognition of Independence. Tho resolull'itoTr'al Compromise Offer HrJrrtoL (ovcrninenl, tltriitigh its mlnlatcr at j tion cScrcd by Mr. Turner dcclarlnr; Sllhl.nivil.I.K, Ky April 13. The Wnislilngton, Scnor I'olo Do llernabe Eekt, who kept n book atoro 35 years war against Spain wa laid (Waxb.)ibo senate Fiiakkoiit, Ky., April 9. The hK before last will and testament of Miss Ann drcd odd corporations Indicted for fnp Sunday nliiht tlcllvcrcil nil Importnn BIJOU Thirteenth and Walnut streets, and Its author took the floor Inudtocacy of It. Miller, tho wealthiest woman in Shelby uro to report to the stato were called Mr. Kenney (Del) followed with n strong apoltlcinl ttneument to tho stale depart Clnuimatl. Her htitliatul was Adolph of the Cuban. ment ktatliiR that the nrmUtlco which GcrOjr, ndlamond setter, formerly em peal forla the Independence all this land any county, who died several weeks ago, in circuit court Friday. Nearly as There not," said ho, "In tho qticcn rcfjent, of Spain, hod coin plo.nd by the Duhtite Co. They moved state whose people aro more thoroughly united was probated in the eounty court Mon- many prominent attorneys as there aru tunneled den. Illanco to proclaim Sun-tin- to ltllatlelplilu, and the woman dlsup for Cuban Independence than are tho people of day. Her fortune is estimated nt over indictments are present. 8100,000, niii dter bequests range from Tho demurrer to the indictments was wits without conditions, (hat her peand from the sight of her relatives. Delaware." ItocsE Tbe tnnj sty's ROTcrnment had granted She lomaiaed silent throitgh family Ihe currency bill prepared tor tho reform ot 810.000 to "8100 each. Tho Instrument argued by M. D. Shaw, of Covington; and the protection of tho treaswas the most voluminous ever pro- benator C J. Ilronston. Lexington; liberal Institutions to the island of pride 1 A physician in tho hospital ury by Iho sub committee of the bouse commitbated in tho county, nnd the legatees Judge W. O. Harris, Louisville, nnd Cuba, which tho Cuban parliament Unallocated her relatives. tee on banking an& currency, was Introduced number over 100 persons. No contest others for all the corporations. The In mo bouse Tuesday. Tbe bill wa prepared Slit It now with her sister, Mrs. Con would develop; recalling the condol mado by any ot ot tha euro anil avmpathy exiircaacil bv the rad Juullcr. 1325 Wnlnut alrcnt. Her by Messrs. MrCleary (Minn.), chairmanMitchell will beVhovvlH, nav ono tha devisees to latter are Mild to have offered to Com- aut, commltteat Vrlnco (111 ) and Attorney VranUn, a break clause absolute' tnott wealth' a 4WjeolllVe""aM10!-Ccntrcuoar. rtaresn. nnd her KaarnravsWs,nfs .(N..Y.), A general atatcrotot ol(thepurposca ly-rell 1 any. tAti--det- o majptas,rialMXBnwaij-Uu- .l tWssacbt WiSee mo inaaBie.- - or mo iitnino nnti ino nor- - I Arc ihe, Ji'eivpdrL ot the committee wav prfnlrd KomrTtlara aaro," one Who Institutes sticrf v'con feaseif Hfer)r'rotiMti. ctIcmrJliar and but few rfaaiige hnvo since been made In ror this disaster had occnsloncd in .Miller wns an itgctl maiden lady, nnd offer hits been declined. Tho states the detail of the bill. Spnnisli hearts, and appeulint; to the 5UARDS WITHDRAWN. These will Washi.ni.to!. April . Senate When tha left no heirs eveept very distant rein-- counsel insists on trials. codrtcsy and sense of justice of the senate convened Wednesday Intense expectShe gave largely to Jinptlst follow if the demurrer shall be overL'uitud Mates government to enlighten Tlileleekkinallpox Case. I -- ft In the 1'r.t ancy, amounting to excitement, vrciulled both tlons. churches, orphanages and seminaries. ruled, which, it is expected, will ba llou.e nt Mlddlc.boru, on tho floor ond In the galleries. Ihe presi public opinion upon the attitude of done. April 12. All dent's message h id been positively promised Minniisiiono, Hpaln. Thu nolo also repeats tho ofKr Six Htoros llurned. Murder and Solclrte. 11. Six stores fer of the Spanish rrovcrnment to sub- guards sVtioni'U' along the quarantine and Ita ccmlng wa awaitedthewith genuine Maiiio.v, Ky., April anxiety. Ten minutes after senate con PiitxcKTO.v, Ky., April 8. I'rlco mit the .Maine question to experts des- lines havVbeen withdrawn, nnd though vened consideration 01 the sundry Ctrl! hill were destroyed by tire Friday night. ignated by tho marl tlmo porters of the qunran till regulation will not ba re- was resumed, and with the exception ot eight The lossrs are I. 1). Jenkins, grocer, Baker, an aged fanner, shot and InFob w orld. voked otlklilly until Mo. day morning minutes, coniumcd by executive session. In IE. 11. Gregory Grocery Co., L. K. Cook, stantly killed Ills which Senator Davis announced that no This document was tho ofllcial noil it Is practikilly nt an end now. 1'ivo rage would bo sent In. nlmost the entiremes jeweler, Nina Harnes, millinery, A. C Thomasson Thursday and then comsesflcatinn of tho Spanish f'orernment to patients wtre discharged from tho sion was consumed by tho appropriation bllL Gilbert, saddlery, nnd M. K. Fohs, mitted suicide. There had been trouble and e the L'liilcd Staled of the iranlln of Sunday, w hieh leaves It w a practically completed when laid aside tailor. Total losses are 810,000. There between Hakcr and his tha the home an armistice mid its essential terms. but 13. Ull ot thu suspects for the day is very little Insurance. J, II, Clifton the former went to shotgun ofkillgal and Hoi'SE After waiting latter nnd picked up a hospital have leries and corridors of patiently In thesours, it Sons and the Pierce, Yandell fc Minister Woodford's di.spa.tch Satur- in the daentlon the The day night briefly slated the fact that been dlscharW after thorough fum- many of tbrm from 8 o'clock house for morn Co 's houses und stock were ed Thomasson without warning. Wednesday murderer then went to tho homo of an armistice had been agreed upon, igation anil thl hospital closed. Assist ing until shortly before 3 0 clock In tho after slightly damaged. his brother, Kd Hakcr, and after tcll-iu- g but It was not communicated as ant surgeon tastings isworklng night noon, tho thousands who had come to hear the the family to bury him well, put a Drnth Front Morphlnr. coming from the Spanish government, nnd day to bring the pestilence to n president's Cuban message turned away weary Never there Owi.nmioiu), Ky,, April 11. W. G. bullet from a pistol through his brain- Sunday's communication cleared up speedy termination, aid thinks tho and disgusted at iho delay. capItoL was memThe such disappointment at the misapprehension on tho most vital marine hospital scrvle will leave next bers felt tt even more keenly than the specut Drlscoll, tin old and once prosperous Father and Son Waylaid and Killed. point of Spain's concession namely, Saturday, 'llmir work lore has given ors, and for two hours afterward they stood citizen, wns found dead in a shed at MAjiciir-STEK- , Ky., April 9. A. Ii. thl that the armistice was without condi- tho utmost satisfaction, ind they take about lobbies discussing new latest phase Hurl's livery stable. Ono full bottle Howard, of Clay county, and ot tho situation. of tho proTho f of morphine wero bottle tion. Tho note was received by the with them thu best wishes of nil the posed nrmlstleo which camo on the and ' In his pockets. Tho coroner's his son Will 8., wero waylaid nnd state department after tho tlrstcnbinct people. announcement that lien. Lee had found A heels of tho verdict wns death from un overdose of killed. Howard is very prominent. meeting and was ono of the main subcabled for delay received qullo as much attenBATTERY A morphine administered by the de- terrible feud has been raging between tion a tho recall ot Lee. jects of consideration at tho second Somo sharp ceased. Wasihnotov, April Drlscoll came to Daviess the Phllpots, Hakcrs, Campbells and meeting Sunday Of the Indianapolis Light held cabinet Howards for the past yeur. Twenty Will lie war talk was Indulged In by the sonata from Nelson and lenves a largo relaAlthough thu Spanish night consideration l.lkely Ifetallrit Ibe First of Indiana Thursday. When of tho men have been killed during that tionship . I was surrounded with the wa appropriation sundry bill civil nolo time mostly from ambush. A reign was pending question the of oillelal negJudge Clark 1'antljxcd. usual scorccy of terror exists in many parts of CJay 12 IxiilAN.sHiMf, Intl., Odv. resumed, tho amendment of Mr. 1'cltus (Ala.), proIHiiiioLKVil.l.K, Ky., April 12. Cir- county. otiation, tho follow lug summary Mount Monday received i letter from viding for such Improvement of the harbor at of Its content, as secured: .lodge. A. II. Clurk.whowas strickSecretary of War Alger, stating that Mobile a would enable war vessel lo obtain cuit Cattle Market at Lexington. "Tho Spanish minister In Washing- in ciiMi of hostilities with Spain. Hit- - coal und other supplies there. Mr. Allison (la), en with paralysis Saturday, eight Lexinoto.n, Ky., April 11. The projton, deeply impressed by thu numerous tery A, of the Indianapolis light artil In charge of tho bill, wade a point of order miles from here, while on his way from amendment. errors which seem to have obtained lery, would be likely detailed thu first against the by Mr. Morgsn Tbl called out a bit county, was reported Monday ect of central Kentucky cattlemen to (Ala.), who charged speech live stock credit In public opinion In America In of Indiana troops. Tin govern'""iit, ter appropriation committee with discrimin morning to bu no better. Doctors sny establish a in this citytrading market tho is expected to regard to the Cuban question, consid- says tho letter, will furnish them with ating against proper mca.urcs,and threatened lo that there is no chfineo for his rccov' and yards take er it his duty tn call again thu atten- moijtrn Held pieces nnd will nuthortzu assist In dissolving thecommlttee. He followed cry. dames I), lllaek was elected Mon- Is definite form Monday, when there to be of tho tion of the secretary of state of the them to purchase liorscs nnti equip- wltb an argument showing the necessity would day morning to hold term of court Second a meeting of cattlemen at tho Improvement proposed, that national bank. It Is practicalUnited States to tho following points: ment, Secretttry Alge.r writes ttiat if open to tho government holding of war Itthe coal here, which Iwgnn Monday, In time ly certain that tho yards will lie estab'Tlrst, Her majesty, tho queen re- wnr should come nil of the modern tleldsot the south nnd enable It successfully to lished and J, F. Cooke, of Lincoln I'ollre I blef W III Itrrrult. had gent of Spain, desirous of cutting the bri guns now in poxiesslon fight the treasonable monopoly that tbo been Ivy., April 12. Chief county, will be superintendent. S11n.1uv11.lK, the coal supply ot trouble! which aro desolating Cuba, of colli res will lie called In nnd that formed to control of war. Tho amendment counwas of Police Hon F. Pemberton, of this try in theetent has commanded a suspension of hostilKeutucky Pensioners. the govirnment will notlio able to dis- lost. At 2 o'clock the bill had not been comWahhinoto.v, April 8. The following ities. (Jen. Ilhitico has been ordered tribute i,ny of those gnus tu stato pleted and w a laid aside, tho senate devoting place, who was captain of Company G, Kentucky stnto guards, mustered out Kcntucklans hnvo been pensioned: to proclaim Sunday nn armistice with- troops, i the remainder 01 thn afternoon to eulogtosof tho late Senator James Z. Georgo, of Missis- several years ago, and who still retains Kestoration and Increase William II. out condition. lie will determine f sippi. Adjourned until Monday. A Jtrslgnatloit. his commission, will lu tbo event ol Dobbins, Gallup, S8 to 814. Increase Inter tho duration nnd details of this House There was a sceno ot great excite- wur with Spain resign his place as ClllC.Wi), April 12. A circular has urtnistico so as to carry out the generment In tbe bouso late Thursday afternoon chief, recruit Ids old command nnd Zaclt T. Humphrey, Uenaker, 50 to 83. ous intentions of her majesty and the been ised by Ueneral Manager Sain during the consideration of tbe bill for tbe re plncu ut tho disposal ot tlto govern lletsHuo and Increase vMlliam V. It Urvat organisation or the army. It was caused, by Wolfe, Walton, 510 to 14. Original uel C rjticUncy, ot tho IiiU-mkwishes ot tho frlcndaof peace. ,,,,.nram.Mt ostrrtvr,,,v"y. minuunclnir tlio rea- - Mr. I,enlx. an onto democrat, wtio made vi uaenU Wldovvv Etc. Minors of UUdrethiA. .Su.nl 1t r in.t-.l- n. Utw SMlmlwlsltwlloik. charging 3av-iol ssstt.rivllHurHnrlttVnitcnl C. cious kvssjtulv on ot delay wat In tbe Interest ot Vlnw (IVaaranilnii Ortlcer Leavea. llray, ICumscy, 820; - special March'-S,- " that tbe,. policy-. , . . r , -- in . ,1 I, .. n liberal as tlioso enjuvoti ?iilUits, 10 tuko.ulToot Ajiril 1S..JI.j " t in. stltiitions I,.,,jr of the state board of health, who lnit ley Canada under tho llritish (lag. Tho will bo Btieceedeu by lEnymom! Dtil'tir, speech caused a profound sensation and wa Can Defeat Sissln Ka.llr. met with anempliatlcreply from Ucu.iJrrmen-or.nobeen in charge asf smallpox patients Cuban chambers will nuet on the 4th fornxrly nf tho Maple Icaf route. It LonsviLLB, Ky., April II. Lieut. J. generally regarded a the administration of next May. Jt will bo their duty and Issii.JjMr. Shields will be connected spokesman on tho floor. Mr. Clmsienor not here during tho past three weeks, left II. Milton, of tho United Mates navy, privilege to put Into practice and de- wlthirtimportantrailro.nl system in only Indignantly denied that there was Justifi- for Ills homo in Louisville Monday, tho w ho has been stationed nt Mare Island, In addition the ust, but has no plans for his ho- cation for tho reports, but held Mr. I.enti up situation having Improved to such nn off tho coast at San Francisco, arrived velop these institutions. 10 scora for alleging corrupt monies against nave oecn In the city Sunday. He lias been sumto these Cuba Is represented In parlia- med ite future. Mr Dtt l'uy is a army bill extent tnnt nil quarantines the president. The debate, on Hichmond has outlived the moned to Hrooklyn, w hero ho will bo raised. St. Paul, and is well Known iu Thursday developed more and the ment nt Madrid. moro opposidisease. "Third. Public opinion In thiscoun-tr- y railroad circles there and iu Chicago. He thinks tho tion. Mr. Hull tried to sivo the bill by agreein charge of a vessel. ing lo strike out ull Its provisions, even the appears to ignore tho fact that tho Situation Mnrli Improvrd. United States could defeat Spain withHow Ibe Mrs.ngr Was Kcreltcd. wa three battalion formation feature, but it nic'iuio.Nii, Ky., April 12. Tho small- out any trouble. loss of the Maine was immediately follV)to6l. 1hohouo V iSiiiMiTo.v. April 12. The rctdint!; In Ihe end recommitted lowed by ntlleial and reiterated exprespox situation was very much imLost Mind llromllng Over Dlsgrarr. greet- adjourned until Monday sions of condolence from her majesty, of tl message in the house was Wasiiisoton. April Ii Sfnate The presi- proved Monday. All the pest housj Piti.sioNnuKO, Ky., April l. Morgan the queen, from her government, from ed w tli scattering applause from tho dent's message on the Cuban question wa guard. 11 UU the exception of two, have Turner, alleged forger and mall robIn the senate It was her charge d'alTuires in Washington, ropu llcan side and some groans from rend committee on at noon. relations referred to been discharged, baturiliiy was tno ber confined in jail here, is insane foreign nnd at 13 nnd from the authorities In Havana; the ccmocratie side. The galleries tho senate adjourned until Tuesday. first day for several weeks that tho from brooding over his dlsjjrnee. Ho the nil of which tended to afllrin tho hor- made no demonstrations. The mes House The president's message was read merchants have had any trade. Tho was arrested as the perpetrator of which this disaster had caused to sagi was referred to the committee on In ibe hou-- e Monday tn the presence ot a vast It., N., I .fc 15. trains resumed Monday. many mysterious mail robberies which ror on arise In Spanish hearts, as also tho fortijn affairs without debate, andtlio assemblage and referred to tho committee abLightning strike, llulldlngs. ballled the authorities for jears. He Is foreign affairs w Ithnut debate. There w as sympathy felt for tho United States liou proceeded with District of I'l.l.uir.niTow.v, Ky., April 12. a member of a prominent family in solutely no demonstration either of approval a business. government and navy mid for tho the this end of the state. or disapproval from the crowded galleries Lightning, which nccompnnied throughout or nt the conclusion ot the reading. Ltorm, struck the barn of James Fow4ii:rlcan nation. Woodfont lavra Madrid. J. K Harris Atqiilltfd. After some district business had been trans"The Spanish minister feels confMsPiilD, April 12. Itis said that tho acted the contested election case ot Kalnhllds ler, near Tunnel hill, and killed two Lkmnoto.v, Ky., April 8. After beident that he can count upon the horses and struck tho residence of ing out 20 hours the jury In the case of New York disKlghternth va. Ward, Irom Stewart courtesy nnd sense of justice of tho Unred States minister, Monday. U trict, was taken the After two hours' debate James Hogan, of this place, doing in up. lenves Mudrid J, &. Harris, for killing his wife's lover, United Slates government to enlighten Wistt'onl, alleged that he will be It tbe majority report in favor of Mr Ward, tho all 81.000 damage. is further Thos. II. Merritt, last summer, brought sitting member, was adopted 13s lo 4i Al public opinion upon this subject. to Mildlrrs Stand Up for Huberts. In n verdict of acquittal Thursday 'Tourth. As to tho ciiuso of this of gendarmes. tho frontier by an escort 4.55 p. m. tho house adjourned. l.lxi.MiTo.N, Ky April 11. It hnving night. Tho ambassadors meet Ho was acquitted by Judge lamentable disaster, it resolves itself Horse Show at I.exlngton. The I cen reported that tho old soldiers Falconer under tho "higher law" at embassy Monday. It Is into a question of facts, which can only nt the Italianthis meeting was called as I.KJ.INCTON, Ky., April 12. The an were dissatisfied with their trentment the examining trial, but tho recent lm settled by material proofs, Tho undrrstoood Washnual horse show was held here Mon- by Collector of Internal Kevenuo Sam grand jury indicted him for murder, hpniilsh minister relterntcs tho nssur n result of news received from weather at- .1. P.oberts, l.i veterans of thu lntewar, day. Tho summer-lik- e FT u tK I lirib niiee that his government Is ready tc ington tracted many visitors. Tho city was issued a st.ileinent In controversion of , Fiianm-outKy., April 11. CommisIncitement In Madrid. submit the question to experts dcslg- -' ' gayly decorated. Moro stallions were ibis story. tinted by the maritime powers, whose sioner of Agriculture Moore has thorMahkiii. April 12. Ihroughout tho on exhibition than for several years. Company liendy. Letcher County oughly investigated the rcsulOof reroncluslons are In ndvanoe accepted." evening demonstrations have contin- The show wns held at Tattersnll's, InCoi.i.i, Ky., April 1!. Letcher coun- cent irosts and freezes, llo says that Scnor Pnlu delivered tho document ued in various quarters. The police stead of at Grntz park, ns formerly. ready to enlist the reach, cherry and pear crops ot ty has 200 men who tire in person to the state department, and nnd gendarmis have repeatedly disAmongthe fatuous horses preseutwere. usido from the Interest in the com- persed largo crowds and there hnvo Allerton, Onwnrd, liow Hells, Ashland nnd fight for Cuba's freedom. They the state are completely killed and munication Itself, the call had ndded been several arrests in tho lower quar- Wilkes, J, .1. Audubon and Pittclicn comprise a sturdy, bravo set of eastern that all uncovered tobacco beds aro Kentucky mountaineers, who will ruined. interest ns nn evidence of n renewal ot ters Calm has finally been restored, Wilkes. "fight like wildcats." diplomatic negotiations, this being his bul the gendarmes tiro patrollng thu (Juration. lu Voir on the Turnpike April 0. The , Drank I'ul.nnrrl Coffee Tsrn Head. Ky., Hoetoe Offers Services. Worn tlrst call at the department In tcnditys. Btieets and other precautions nre mainHowu.xa GnhK.x-11. Mrs. fiscal court Friday afternoon decided Hopki.nsviu.k, Ky., April 12. Tho FitVMsloiiT, Ky., April Later Scnor Uu Hose, first secretary of tained. furni Flora Mastln, n doctor of this city, has to submit tho free pike question to u family nf l,euis Campbell, the legation, made another call at the Moody I.ravrs llopklnsvlllr, hand, liectme extreme.) ill after drink- written Gov. Hradley offering her vote of the people at the next Novemdepartment on tho snmo general sub Hoi'M.n.8' 11.1.K, Ivy., April 12. Tho ing coffee Saturday night. All had jeet, Hcsldcs delivering tho note, the services as a surgeon oil bourd of 0110 ber election, The vote was 7 to 1. It great revival meeting held by Dwight convulsions. Two children died Sun- of the American battlo ships iu tho is believed that the proposition will call permitted tt personal exchange tho secretary of state and the K Mood) tho famous Evangelist, at day morning in horrible agony The event of hostilities. carry by a good majority. I Spanish ofllcials of an agreeable char- the nlon Tabernacle the past week mother and another child are now in n Sturgls Oprnt House. Constable Dlr suddenly. cloud Monday night. Prof. Maxwell, dying condition. Is believed It acter. Ky., April S. Clias. Stitisois, Ky., April 12 II. L. HorKls.&vil.l.K, who led the singing left for rvashvllli, "Hough on Huts" was accidentally The cabinet, nftcr a three hours'spo editor of the Opinion, will Ut up W. Armstrong, for eight years conMonilav morning, where Mr. Moody dropped Into the coffee. Tho stomachs elul session, called by tho president lu otHiru house for ilramatlo enter stable In the Crotton dlatrlrt, died sudyi.rutlow him Tuesday. were sent to Louisville to do nnaiyr.cu. mi vluw of thu urinUtWo Usucil by tbo tainments and conventions. It will bo denly of heart trouble. Ho was 45 Spanish government, adjourned about Urn. l,e at Savannah. ready for occupancy by May 31. years old and leaves a wlfo anil ten Illg lllaek Has. Caught. Tito proposil for an , ar1: 10 o'clock. Savasmah, On., April 15, Tho children. Cimiiuert Iwl Convention. GKoiiar.Tovt.v, I ml .April 12. Harney mistice, It w as subsequently unnouticcu ' ran so high that, the crowd Hannon Indicted for Murdrr. I.oi'isvil.1.1:, Ky., April 12. The call by one of thcmcmbcrs.had notchangee c imbed to tho w Indows of tho enr and Hurhhnrt caught a few days ago. with , Paih-caiito be Ky., April 11. Thomas II. the situation in the slightest degree, the glass front door wutf broken In by a pole aud line. In Indian creek, near for state commercial convention Georgetown, n black bass 20 inches held In Louisville has been olllcially Hannou, who killed Will Hull some and tho president's message won id go tho crush. (Jen. Ljo was deeply moved tniide, und the dates May Hand 12 have time ago, was Indicted by tlto graud long nnd weighing four nnti one-haIn to congress Monday notwithstandat ttto sincere demonstration. jury on tho charge of murder. pounds. The high waters of tho past Icen named. ing the nrmlstleo decision of the SpanWoman llurned tu Heath. few months have brought large schools Tramp Cm. lied I'nilrr Train. There will bo anIteferrr.l in thr Committee ish government. Louisviuk, Ky., April 8. Mrs. Win. FiivmsUX, Ky., April 12. Charles other meeting of tho cabinet at s Washi.nqto.v, April 12. Tho presi of fish from tho river into the small anticipate Anderson, a colored tramp, was crush- Uesch, of this city, was burned to o'clock Sunday night to review fitialh dents message was referred to the streams, and flsherineii the president's messago lieforo it goes committee on foreign relations in both great sport as soon as the weather be ed to death under n train while steal- death Thursday. Her clothing caught comes warmer. fire from a stove. ing n ride. lo congress with tho changes made branches of congress. Stamp Contract Let. The Soldier. Itrady. Vaccinated tn the Mouth. Isrir Orleans and bin Kmnclsro Sighted Contract fur Carrying the Mall. Let. Wasiiiotii, April 12. The post7. Henry Ky.. April Nf.iv Youit, April 11. The captain of HiciiMo.xii, For.T Thomas, Ky., April 8. PreparWabiiinutox, April 12. Tho post master general bus decided to let tho here for an ciner Lusk.of Ltck, accidentally found tho steamship Aller, which arrive oillco department Monday ations nwurded to contract for furnishing stamps for the geney. go forward an Inspection of 11 vaccine Paint lying on the counter iu hero Stintlny. says that at a p. in. Apnl point 'ihero was y. Klclianlson, of Scnttle, Wash., ensuing four years to tho Hureati of new fntlgue unlfotms Thursday. Am- Fish's drug store, and, thinking It was I his vessel passed within ten miles ol too contract for carrying mail between Kn graving1 and Printing instead of givtwo war vessels, both of which were M. Michaels nnd munition wus distributed, and every- a toothpick, picked a decuyed tooth Weare. Alaska, ti dis- ing it to tho American Hank Note Ku painted white. The leading vcsm tance of t(Kl tulles. thing to lie left behind wus packed so several times with it. He is now a fit The contract gdving Co., who submitted n bid. was rigged with three masts and the which was that the troojis cun movotttii moment's subject for a hospital, his mouth' belnir 8.23,000 annum Is swollen so that hu can hardly speak. notice. other with two. Until wero bound for a period let for years per July 1, A latal Duel. of four from west ami nppeared to bo rroittg ut the Is'JS. Damage In Meade County. Sheriff sinLrs Married. Paiikons, Ktis., April 12. Hcport is rate of teu knots nnhour. Tho vcssiN LAM'ASTr.it, Ky., April 7. James It. received hero of a duel fought at MinCiicoi.!!A. Ky.. April 0. Tho cold Marching 011 Havana. sighted ill l.at, 40 45 Long is I' were Jack Murphy, 11 simp of the Inst two days has destroyed Sunders, sheriff of Garrard county, Uckminvix.i.k, Ha., April 12, Tho eral City, lictwccn These vessels ate evidently the .New lloth farmer, and an unknown man. tho iieuchs and peiirs, Tho apples wus married Wednesday to Miss Sallle Aiunronas) and luban junta hero has received word wero killed, each receiving four shots all supposed to be safe yet. Tho Hood Arnold, the charming daughter of Orleans (formerly tho the San Traucisco, which sailed from that (lens. Garcia and Gomel: ha u in tho body. The cause of the tragedy uro damaged the wheat crops In tho II. C. Arnold, one of Garrard's wealth has (Jravestutl, Kng., two weeks ago Sun united their forces and ro marching is not known. iest cltlzeuii river bottom. day, townrd Havana. It. of l'a. for W ar. Don't I.Ike llllnil Tigers. Terrible Tragedy In Kansas. Karthiiiake Hhocka In llnnemla. Warship, uud Troop. Cuming. Ky., April 0. Phoenix Kv., April 8. James CuirriMibN, Ohkt Hind, Kas., April U. TheHot PltAOur, liohcitila. Apt II 11. There TiNKltlFri:, Cnnary Islands, April l'J passed resdaughter of William l'vert, of Ilrneht, Ky., erected a build- lodge, Knights of Pythias,recommend have been severe earthquake shocks iu - The Spanish armored cruisers Crismaster, a farmer living near here, wan ing nt Fllngsvllie. it small town three olutions Thursday night the vicinity of Iilbochowitz, ten udles tobal Colon and Mario Teresa hnvo Spain, Friday night by a young soulhwcst's'l Lsitmeritz. At the vil- passed tills Island, golnu south. A shot to death linker, who worked for miles eust of this place, for the pur- lug tt vigorous policylortow unl und inCuba blind tiger. Tho demandli'g freedom pose ol running lage of KlnfTai seven houses collapsed battalion of Spanish Infantry und two man named father. Tho murderer then tet natives of Flingsvlllo did not seem to demnity for the loss of tho Mnlne, It und S3 families wcro rendered hom batteries of mountain nrtilleiy hnvo her to the farmer's barn nnd is sup approve of this, so Wednesday night offered lu services In thu event of war. fire less Tho subterraneous disturb"!! es arrived here. posed to have perished in the llamcs. bomb was placed under tho building, Ol e trar Imprisonment. couliauc, A (on. piracy In Ibe I'alare Hi 1'eUlu. Jacob No cause for the tragedy Is known. uud it was literally destroyed. Lkximiio.x, Ky., April 8. LoMio.M, April 12. A dispatch to tho Oardnrr Out on lionet. Cairn was Thursday sentenced to one Itani Kataluiln Hound 8outh. Lleeted I'rrsldrut. Tarvlit CoitiMiius, O., April 11, Osear flare Daily News from Shanghai Vuys: "Tho in the stato prison DhLAWAlIK HltKAIOVATK.m Del., April 3 Covi.sqton, Ivy., April 8. Judge Ja ner, the pugilist, who killed (leorge existence of a, formidable conspiracy In Tho government ram Katahdln, V. Tarvin, of this city, Thuisduy was at Frankfort for Impersonating O. II. 0. Stout, waited examination Saturday the Imperial palace at Pekln has been Philadelphia Thurs- elected president of tho Ohio Vulley Hetts at the l.exlugton post office and tiiul was held to the grand Jury on tltucoTurcd, and tho lives of mime of which balled for day night, passed out tho Capes Friday, llimetalllo league at Its session in obtaining a money order for Si 10, charm' of manslaughter and prlM tin) highest people lu the cmpln aro which he spent for whisky. bound south. Indianapolis. tifllllMg. lu danger." 0 U -y llrrwrlg f.,r Klglitern Vrara la a .,A,,lu,n-- ,r Ilrturn In Iter Home.' CwcisjjfAT,, April 12,-- A'tcr 18 ycara in Hvlnr; tomb, lrcderlca Oerwlg has been restored flr.1 It.gwlar Bratlnn. Wasiiirotosi, April a- - Senate In cxrcu live session ot Iho senate Tuesday a resolution was offered that the entire Cubtn question bo t STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST, f Jj,' ar L -- 1 "' I1& ! ii 11 am isvl son-in-la- pest-hous- son-in-la- one-hal- Tro-ips- l lslie rrwiVsHo-Sv31ilwnrt"s- n- n1.!. .lW ,,, --1 n -- il . m 1 nt 111 11 Mos-grov- e, 11 lf 11 i 1 11 11 V-- ! .. Mmmlmmmimmmmmmm k , m wi . . Ixt&Bi mHiUMmim fM&kiiiti&i&temi f "' -- &Jh6-- . iSLjL2F .iff ' " ::zmmmmmmimmammm,mtmmmammm V v-.- ' vl.l '"" ' " T - - sH-ritii- ' ' . SX'ftth4'JPhi$wVyfy'U;UKttK - -- d"-n- v'f .1 ? V03 V ".jtTCjaftj T;t',ariwaiupRW!iUjap:;.i:;t ti . .. - iagjiWiBaaaryjutf.igawF ' r , .JU-- J 1F WC'","glWWWPWUjS viwiiiiTl rzrMziniiMLMW;iwmiN, iiBlllHBBBmBHHHaHHHfliaHaaBM " &,. ", 'ip"iM- - 0 ff! THE HICKMAN COURIER. lMibllahed Kvery Friday by 1 liEORGE Hes-Jsck- aoa WARREN, t : Hlokmaa, Kentucky. ahrast asxt 4oor to (XI; Hall IKOUOK WARRRN, Its. C. WKARN. t THE HICKMAN DB OLDEST NEWSPAPERKMVKSTEHN COURIER. KENTUCKY. FINE WITH JOB PRINTING EXECUTED 1EATXESS AID DISPATCH SALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, - Bdltor. Assistant Rdltor 1'ricp of SubHcrlptlon, $!. ESTABLISHED 185!). HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, AN ARMISTICE to the Insurtjenls Without 'Conditions, by tho Spaniards. K., FRIDAY, rrederle (lrr-- 1. JA'yluin-II- rr APRIL 15, 1898. FIFTV-FIFTI- VOL. XXXIII. NO. CONGRESS. ft e ccecce-c-ewtrccc-efr&M-e-- 21. e BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETQ CAZaZa e- c LETTER HEADS, AKD SEE U9, THE MESSAGE. Tlie President flsks tor fluthorltu toTak6 Measures To Th .0 element. of dnnijer and dlsonler already pointed out bate Im cii .trlkinily lllu-- t ble Government. ruled by a tragic event whli h ha. deeply and lu.lly moveil the Alin.tlc.111 people. 1 buvo ulrrady imiisiiiiiusl to ronre. the report of the naval eourl of Inquiry un the destruction To Uso Military and Naval Force of ibu Imltlo .biii Malno in tbo h.rliur of Of, lk)V,, alKUll..llll llMI1MlllHl-.U'MlM.tllli.s.wluln tl.o nl.lil o( jtlut 1Mb or -' .:lf7Uiiia.WlfkMtfH'rl.iuaMlMr - jtiiiii.j-n;. VVVV9RI J IUI Kwoniiiuii, on inr7iwi Tiiumo, na 'AtT.TUi UCatruttlofl uf that liObTB Vfffsrl hd' I IIV.31? t1; Tsull of mulli repriVciitallon anil .orrv-..indi'n- lllli.l Ihn nation I heart with InciprCialbJo Ibriiugh Ihn Unllett Mtale mliil.ier boirnr Two liundrcd und llfty-rlgtbravo Purposes. it Madrid, pmM.llluii. I" tbo Sm'-l- i giitert' .allonnnd marine, ami two oinctrsof our looking tu ail nniil-lli- o (Ktoltir II ml nary, n posing In the faneletl security of u to tnctil friendly lurlxir have Ixen burled tn it rath, for thcnerolUllon of ae wllb lbvgimlofnee the pn. menu nit faint ant brought to tin lr home and .or-lo- w The President l Prepared to Carry ofInivldllloii I I be Immediate rcioiatlon itt ibo nation n.lrl Out Obligation littpiscd by of the order of rrrtino'iiliiilliiii u a. to permit 'tin iiJiuliiHirlnf Imjulry vt lilt h III needtu fiturn to thulr farm, nnd Ihe less lu uy cummaml thu umiualitlisl coutl-- d tbe the Constitution. e, niTdyto IwrvllctttI with prevision, and iieeof llio govt rnmeul wa uiiuiilmuu lull com lu. Ion lti.it the destruction of tbe .Malno" from ll.c Unltiat .M.uot, with tbo Spaulih authuiltic., .0 a to afford was caurt.-- by an exterior explosion, that of a to It Hi. Wreck nl thr .twin. Hhows That pal.) full relief. of the paitlti cabinet 1141 re- .ubmarlne tnlut.That did not assume fixed piuce re ponaibility. The reply remain to be I. Sot Abie ti (lu. ranter (security to thp night of the 3Nt ultima It ofceived on lu any event the destruction of tho M vine, lurrlgi, rssrls In tlic I'urls of I till fer!, a the mean to tiring about pence in by whatever exterior cuu-- e, I n patent and Spain suggest. Arbitration. Cubi. to contblu lite pn luralion thereof to the impressive proof o a stale of thing in Cuba but I Intuteruidr. la.ular lurllamcnU in a much a Ihe concurIbat ro illllon l.s thu tMnlsh government shown 10 In) smh that that body Wamiisiitos. April II -- Tbo president Mon-d.- y rence of linat rctull, would bo necvnry lo tan not u.suru safely the fcvcurlti to a vessel reach n and It howrter, writ the following inc., aro to the congress p wcr. rtwened by tho of the Amentum navy In Ihoharbnrnf Havana that tho ol the I'nlicxl sum m to Ihe centrul government are on a mission of icaeeand rightfully thcie. Obedient to tint ptrecpl of tl constitution I"urlliir referring in thl. connection lo reor dlnnnl.heil. A the Cuban ' not whlth command ihe president tngltc Irom IMill.imrnt dot', not meet until the 4th of Mat cent diplomaile corrsiondence. u dispatch time In lime the congress Information u( tbo next tlH'SMni.h rou mint nl would not oh-)e- from nur mints er to Spain, of the S1HI1 ultimo. stale of the union and 10 rrromrurad o their for It. part to adept nt twee a "U. contained the statement Hint the Spanish min tousiMrratlon such mmiim lie shall Judge ' him posihotllllllc II a.bptt for by the In.ur-gen- u ister for forulgu un.ur. necessary aiiJ ci.o.llenl li become my duty from the general In chief, tn whom it tively that Spun will do all that Ilia highest now body to yiHir address with would rrtaln luMnlira.e, to determine tbe honor ami justice require In the matter of tbe regard th tit that crate erl'U sl c Maine 'I hi reply of iheJIst ultima, also o( thr duration and condition of tbe arml-tlchas In the relations arisen n .u'jmlllctl by Uca Wot-fnrt- l an expression of the readiness of Spain Tlie United .Mate, tn Spain by reason of III' wilt" reply ol tbo tare that (er more than thr yean lit. raged wire nnd the the bum ikeSpanUhgotcrnment to submit tu ane arbitration all whichdlflcrcniv Is subse both In of brief inrmoranda, the which can arl in this matter In the neighboring Island i( Cuba. I do mi leal. of which am before mr and arc aub.Uin-Hall- y quently explained by the note of the bpanlsh the Intimate connection ef the Cuban on the l.nguize iiIhiio clien. The minister at ashlnton of tbe IJlh Inttunu a question with tbo .tale of our own union and of the Cutnu pirllamcnt In follows' thp grave rHatlen the course whlth It I now function A tn the question of fact which spring tbe of matter 'ptcaiing ' Inrumhrntupon th nation tn adopt mini need and tho manner It of tlolns mi from the diti rslty of view, lietwccn the reiwrl Iti" traditional pellry of our of the Atocrlcan and Spanish are notexpre.t in the Spanlth mcniorandiim Spain It III. tn accord with the precept laid down by cxptanntpry reora tirnpoea that tbe tact licusce rtnlnisl by an but from lien Wo-Horthr founder of the republic und religiously Inrestigutlun by exports, pieliraliiary tllcv..lon. preettlmg the llnal by ;ceerllnf udmlnUliallon tu the of SjKiln aecrpia In advance." ronltrenee It I. iiitdrr.lood that ihSanl.h t resent day gottrnment .land, To this 1 have made no reply. the In.ular the rrr enl revolution l hat the ucrcor tongre.. lull Mtwtrrraily to nlvethe lerma ol to tctilo tho l'reldent t.runL In lei, niter which have oc poaro with the Iniurgeiit. wbttber by direct phast. of t c tontest as It then appeared and rl otbrr.lmlltr latrrs-ilo-n curred In Cub again t he dominion of Spain, , 11 bo'lea and apparent Indellntlv prolongaor IndltULlly by 111 ante! IcgLla-tloextending nter a period of nearly half a tion, snW In such rveut. I nm of opinion dtv. eol appear. , rarhof hkh ilnrliic lt nitr Willi itut ta.l onriuir Pi ihe direct Inn of that other nation will be com'llrsl to ivs.umo ' uhrrtrxl tM foll-- tl Mute to rrwil rdurt ami Iminitlbtte ieace aad llaill.apnolnllng rrcep-Ihtbo rea.slblilty which tletolve upon them, r In kftimllfif It.noulralltv cauwol oy Spain, tho executive wa. brought 10 and tu seriously consider iho only remain-lu- g m- tn AtnrrkMn Ir.'lr anil mwmw possible mediation and Intertbe cm! of hi. cd'nilt- twrmi. rouxst Irrltaiiofl. unnurauco atul liv Owing, pcrhapo. lu ihe lurg exIn my aanuvl inctgo of December lat 1 vention tuib.nfr kmonynur rltlfnnik and tir the cicr-rl- B tatit f water wpuratlng the Inland from panse of c rtiol ItartMnni- -, anj nnrltlllmt iho contending Of the untried pnln'.ila. . Hif.fif aarf.m the .rn.lMlltlck ami llevngnllkiii of themratun'. iho.n remain only ihe in.unrent. a MHirerent. partbs npfar tn have within themselves 1 lrv tU rtumane .mpihinof our 5loil nodrposiiory of common conlldenccto Miggc.t recor'nltimi of tbe lmlreiidence of Cuba Sine thei'ir nl Ktolutlon lxnn ht IVfcru- neutral Intervention IiicibI ihe war by wis'om vhtn passion and excllcmrnt hav rn the rrUlfl rj IMA. Ibl.rtnintrT ia assume the part of tho rou at tur inmlnl ntaTT1 j flr ami tciama nnd Intervention In favorot one or ihrlrtway nml to Inlhlsvicw In the earlier dara of the uf n la .onl lnllioruru l.litHt kirwualr parallrlnl Ui other party I rak not ol forcible annex- mutest the gt.sl office of the I'nlttsl Stale, thr lil.torjr of in. ami rniclr ation fur that can not bo thought of That by as a mediator wero tmdcird In gi.id faith ivl the a. In the numlx-ri- t Ihn romiatiat our rode of morality would be criminal aggre.-.Ion- .' w lltiout any si lll.h purfvnsc. In the Interest of Mllrrnr. of tun ftmlr.t lir nx)' tiiolullon olhumanity ami In slnttrefrjriidsblpfor btith ni.Urn tlnin whrrT o Icik-t- i l.nl lrMU lrlrNothing ha. .Inee occurred 11 rhangw my parties, but were at Hie lime declined by Spain j npiKMnl Iit tb lux t" frrr hate ! tlewim thl. regard, and I recoinlu a. fully, with the declaration nevrrthtde. that at a f Nr4itle u tbe Mtrrrlcn .tale. i m fur futura ttiuw Us-i- y wuutd Urn lliMllsije.ul.l.-r-K- Opiniof a ltMtl.tnA-.thui lli.ilbo wnic-ii mf tTcrlvt-imat In ine tluwa netnrainy? by l..u.n price. tho lonirailortha li.nl! .iliwimiw i miinltr mlurrd to rpnnwralhn nnl. Its ralleit txMllrfrrnce 1. publl.hed, could, of on or Spain thai time has been It Inrrallie ntmmrrr tlrtuallr continIhe atrlfe And yet action, accom-pll-.- li reached. aal unattended by rirepttnnal itroiturtlvrre.. itlmlnlHr1, IU ltelf nothing lovt.nl tno other end for which ue horror., und all lis dieatl with ono DrUI. I. M .tr It. mill. In ruin ami It. n we labor tbe pacification of Cuba and all It. Injurltv. In Iho Interest, of lbs pic prrUhlmr by Irn. pf tIjMianl from bun of tho bilvry that aRllcta the United State, und uf other nations, Knrh tbe c bare found ourrle-- i l.tand irratli1p.lltiiilDR. party seins quite capable of working great Infon.ttalnr. In the obwrtaurt! of Dial nt rift Turning lo Iheque.tionof rccognlt'ng at Ihl. jury and damaie m the other as well a nil tho ruV'ln ar.it which time the lnleetideuce of ,he present Insurgent nbUh our relation, and Interesti dependent on tbe existlaw of nation, cotnmanil. to ilice our own j gournment In Culw we find afo preceslent. In ence of reaco In the Island but they mm Inarxt watch rnir own ramrt loirerrni J our bl.tnry fmio an early day They are well capable of reaching uny adjustment, and both atf r. nr uniawrat act inaut 01 ine tuian. .our aummetl up In 1'retWcnl JaekMin'. tncage to have thus far failed of achieving any .ucces trxle ha. .iiScn-J- . tbe coital Inti.tnl lijr ojr convre-- . Iieceinber SI IMI on the .iibj-- ct of whereby one parly .hall posscm and control rlllrrn. In Cuta ha. been lantclr lot, tberecognl'linof the lndeendrnee of Texa. tho to iho exclusion of the other Unami tbe trinrcr artj fortranre of our lie .aid "In all the ronle.u that bare arisen der lh- - circumstance tbe agency of other, i'pl hae trrn m mrefj1 tried at lo beget a out of Frame, out of the dispute, tn relation lo either by inrtliatlnn or Intervention, .runs to perllou. unre.l intonif our own clllicnt, which tbe crown of I'urtugal ami Spain, out of tbe bo the only alternative which musu socneror ha. In.tltablj fouint Ha raprp.nlnn from time .eparatlnn of tbe American of laicr. lie Invoked for the termination of the In lime In tbe national Ipfl.lature .uthall.-u- r from the Koropean government., and out of the atrlfe. ' to our ow n bniljr pollllc numerous and constantly occurring Mruggle. wkollr rttrrnal In Ihe last annual message of my Imme-llal- o and .land In tbe of that for dominion In ,nerlra. so wi.i-l- y predecessor during Ihe pending alrni'glc, ti iliedenlUn to lomrtle adraurtment that eonsUietii wlih Jim principle ha lieen the ac- wa. .aid tiepome. a Mlfronlalbelrotnm.nwealthwhor "When the Inability of Spain to deal ucee.s-full- y tion of our government that we hive under tbe I rim. I mailin hat theatoldance of all m t critical clrcumitan-o- . nvnlrfed nil cenwith the Insurrection ha become manl-fes- b tna-- t nrcO. sure, and onrnuntrrcd no other evil than that All ttil. forrlcn entanclrmrnt. nnd It I demonstrated that her awahrn and ln iMttnl uroueil tbe ulnrnot prulucptl b a ron.l.lcnl c.lrangcment of good I extinct la Cuba for all purpose of II tonrrrn i the rt if thl.pnrrrtimrnt. a well will tn tbne nralntlwhoni we have been by rightful existence ami when a holc atrug-gl- e during mi prcdreoor a term a. In raj own. tu decide. ha. degenerated force of cvldrtico comi-rlle- d for It In April IH!. tbe rII. from w hlch our poun-I- tj It hit. thus mode known 10 the world that Inioa strife which mean, nothing more tlmii mi the uniform policy and practice of Ihe United .uRciio. through the rubau war the useies sacrifice of human life and tho fmrrou thai mr prpdeepuir made aneffiirt to Mate. ! to moll all Interference In dispute, utter destruction of tbet-.rnubject matter of Prlnif about a rare llinmjl. tbe mrdlatlunnf which merely relate lu Ihe internal governthe conflict, n sltuvllon will e presented In thl. corrrnnirnt In onj war that might tend ment of other nation and rtentually tnrco-ognlt- e which our obligation, to tho sovereignly if In .n hciiorahleadju.tment of tbe rontr.l by hi obligations, the authority of the prevailing party Spain will be supcrso-lo- l Spain and her rcrwltrd rnlnnr on the without reference to our ptrtlcular lnlcro.l which wo cuu hardly hciiato to rccognlto and n tia.U of .otiiecHerlhe'eolnmepf and view, cr to the turrit of the original discharge," rm ut for Cuba under the flag and orrrlKiity controversy In my annual mcs.agp to congress Decern-l-r- r . rt Spain. last, speaking of thl question I said It falletl thtouth the rrfu.al of the Spatilnh Hut on thi'. a on everyoiher trying occn-shThe near fuliirenlll demonstrate whether In powrr lo consider any found In n rigid udhcrence roTrrnment. thrn It tube the Indispensable condition of a righteous fi rm of motllatlnn or Indeed nnjr plan of nettle to principle peace just ullke to the Cuban, nnd to Spain, ul-r- rl Spain and Ihe reIn Ihe contest uirnt which did not Ifln with tbeatluat a well n equitable to nil our Interests. o UIon of tho Inuiri-rnl- . t'i the mnlhrr coun- volted colonic, we liil aloof, and walled not ltimately Involved In the welfare of Cuba la try asd then only on .uch term. a. Spain her-.rl- f only until thv ability of the niw suites to pro- likely to te attained. If not. the exigency of inUht .ec 111 to grant. Tho war continued tect themselves wa. fully established but un- further and other action by the United Mate unahateil til the danger of their Ik lug ngatn .uhlugalcd will teuiiiln tn bo taken When that tlnio The re.l.lanreof the In.ureent. mi In no bud entirely passed aw a) Then nnd not until come that action will bo determined In llio wUe dlmlnl.hiM. then were they rccognUed such wa our line, of In lisputablo right and dutr It will bo The effort. fspjln were Inriravil. Imth by course in regirl lo Mexico herself faced, without misgiving or hesitancy In tin tbeduiMtrhnt fteh letlp. loCulu and liy the Thereution Andrew J ckson proceeded to light of the obligation thl government ones to the.l-lfco- f might lie Imputed Itself to thepoople who a new ct.nsldrr Ihe risk that there liildlilon to the horror, of to It thu r.nd liilmmim phnxo happily unprecedented In In the United state, moth es of neltlsh Interest protection of tbclr Intcroata and honor, und to the nimlern bilir) of cIvIIIm! rhrl.tlan In view of Ihe f. rmer claim on our pirt lu the humanity purpose Icrrlbiry of Texas, nnd of Sure of tbe right keeping free from all liili". The illcyof drtaitattnn and gen-- i of tho Texan. In Kecking the atoned of Inderecognition Inaiutiralod by the raplalli ourselven, actuated only by uptight nnd rul. batidii of (Kloli r'.'l IW1. Ill the prntiiice pendence 11. an Incident tu the tncori-nra-tlo- n pitrlotlt consideration, moved neither by pasthence ex endel lo In the union, concluding thusIMnar lel It In, of of Tex. sion iinr.cltlsrncs. the government will ul of tbe I In ml lo which Ihe power of J'rudcnee, iben'tore tem lo dictate that It uakhtiil cam over tho right and theSpanli'i arm. wan able to reach liy occue should .Hind abut and maintain our presproperty of American clllcna. nnd will y pation nr by mllllitry operation-- , Tho If not until Mexico Itself or one abaio none of Its effort to bring about by ent attitude, Inrliidlnif all dwelling In the open of the great foreign power, .hall recognize the ul ogenclc a pern o w hich shall 1 honorInterior were ilrhen Into thn gnr-- I Indrpcudeiuo of tha row govrnimrnt, ut lcu.t able and enduring If It shall hereafter uppi ar town or Isolated place, held by the until tho lapo of time or thecour.nof rvcnl to lio u duty imposed by our obligation to ourtroop. Tbe tal.lng and mevement of prorli hull hut o proved lieyond cut II or dlsputo the selves, lo clvllltnllon und humanity lo InterImi. of all 1 ml were Intcrdlrtiil. The Held, of the peoplo of that country tu main-lai- n vene with force. It .hall lie without fault on were Inld wu.p. dwelling, unroofed and llrod, their separate hotcrclgnty nnd lu uphold our purl and only because tho necessity for mill, doiiroyeil, and In ahurt- - ererylhlnu that the government constituted by them. Neither such ectlon will lie so clear n to coinm nut tho could dcMdate the land and rendi r It unlit for of the contending panic, can justly cotnpluln .upport nnd approval of the chlllitd world." I timan hatdtnllon nr cupporl wa.iommanded of thl. course, liy ltuniulng It we aro but carThe long trlul ho proved that Ihe object for by one or tbe other ol tbe rontnndlnif par-tie- ., rying put the long est blNheil policy of our which Sifciln ha. woged the war can not boat- and executed bf all the po.crs at their government, n policy which haa secured to us lolned The lire of Insnrr, tllon may llameor o Oli po.nl. resiectund Influence abroad and Inspired tni .moulder with, varying .enson. but It ha nt home. ' not been nnd it I plain II can not beexlln-guUho- l Meanwhile tho mlllury altnatlon In tho Tin son re, the wonl of tho rcnoluln nnd paby picscnt melhislH. The only hopo Itl.uid had tindcrgnno a noticeable chitngci triotic Jackson. They uro evidence that the of relief and repose from 11 condition which Thneilraonllnary uetltlty thai rhnraclerlr-- l United Stale. In addition to the tent Imposed can no longer Ikj imluml I thecnforceil ptrl the .ccoiid jrejr of the war, when the b) public law n the condition of Ihn recogniflcatlon of Cubv In the name of humanity. In Inrnilod een tbo hitherto unbanned tion of Independence by a neutral state (tothe namo of clvlllratlon. In behalf of endanhavoc nnd il It, that the revolted .into .hall "constitute In gered American lutcrot vvhlth give 11 the tlelil.of l'lnir del lllo nnd carrlol dclructlonup to tbcnalltiof tbo city of Ha- factulioly politic, having n gntcrnment In right and the duty to .peak and to act, the wur d vana Itw If, had ro'tpiiil Into a dngi;ed struggle Mihstanco 11 well of In Cuba must Mop. In name, In Ihn central nnd rut-r- n provlneei.. The the element of Mobility," and forming do In view of these fact and of then consldern-tlo- n of control In facto. "If left tn Itself, 11 .tale umong tho Spunlih nnm regained a inea-iir- e i ask the congress to authorlro nnd em I'lnitrdrl lllo and pirtnuf Havana but, under nation., reasonably capable of discharging the bower Ihe president to take measures to m- the exUtlngcondlllou. of the. rural country, ilullc. of a Mate." ha linimsrtl for Hit own govcure a full nnd llnal termination of lir.tilllle. re wlthiiul Imnirdlnte linprovemcnt, of (holr ernance In dealing with case. IIWo these tho between tho government of Spain nnd tho altuatlon. Kvrn tliu. partially further condition thai recognition of Imlcpcti-tl- i of Cuba, nnd lo secure In I lie Island tbo I not due to n revolted detho rcvoluttonl.tH held their own nnd nee aliile-hoo- d establishment of a stable government capihlo lliclr ponqticst nnd tuhml.ilnn, put forwanl pendency until Ihe danger of it being again of maintaining order and observing It Inter by Spain n. tho centlnl nnd Mile ua.l. of .iibjugnletl ha. entirely passed away. Tho exnational obligations, Insurlnif peace and tran l'arc, .ecmcd.u. far distant m ut the outset. treme teat was In fail applied In the case uf quility und the seiuilly of It 1 nitons In ililii latn of nffalri my DdmlnUlratlon Texas. as well ns our own, ml tu use the military and . found llaelf confronted tvllli tbo grate problem nnvnl force, of tho United Stale a may bo Nor from the Rtnndixilnt of cxperlenco do I necessary for theso purposes. ifllartutr, MrnieuBgoot lat Deccmlicr the Mluutlon nnd narrated the alep. think It would be wise 01 prudent for thl. govAnd tn .ho Interest of humanity nnd to nld In taken with n view to rclietlng It acutene.t ernment tu rcrognlto ul tho present time tbo preserving ihe live of tho starving people of Cuban republic. the Island I recommend that tho distribution and ohmiIii( the wny to .omofnrmnf bonomble independence of the krttlemcnU Tho a.na.slnatlnn of tho prime Such recognition U not necessary lu order lo of focal nnd supplies hemntlniied, and that tin mini. tcr, Cunota., led ton changu of goicrn-inrn- t enable the United States to Intervene und appropriation bo made out of tun public ireas pacify the Island. Tu commit ihl country urv to supplement the charily of our clilrctis. In Spain. The former wlmlnl.trnllnn pledg tl tu aublu-gallo- n now tu the recognition of any particular govThe Is.uo Is now riltli inn tongics. It It it without concession gntcplaVo lo that of ernment In Cuba might aubjcil 11 tu solemn responsibility, obconditions of International a more liberal parly, committed long In I havo exhausted every effort lo relievo ll.e to a policy (if rtform Intelt lug tho wider ligation, tonnrd. tho organization mi receg-tilte- d, Intolerable con llllon of affair vvblch Inui our !ii case of Intervention our conduct door prlnclpla of homo rule for Cuba nnd I'uerla l'rcparcd to cxreutu every obligation Itlco. Tho overture, of this goternment, made would bo euhject to tho approval or dlaup-prot.- il Imposed upon mo by the constitution nnd ttu of fcuch government, we would lio reenvoy, lien. Woodford, nnd through Hi new law, 1 uvvalt your action. quired tn submit tn It. direction nnd tn iissume lonUIng lo un Immediate and effective amcllor YcMenlny and alnro ilia preparation of Iho' In It tho meiti relation of 11 friendly ally, When Btlon of tho condition, of Urn Inland, although It .lull nppcar hcrcnltcr that there I wllhlti foregoing message, official Information wn. rintacccptid tutho extent of ml milled mediacapable of per-by m that tbe latest dccict' uf tbo tion In any hpi), wero met by ai.urunce. that tin Island a government nnd ditcbuiglng tho queen regent of Spain d I reus (leiv III. 11110. in liomn rule. In Uil ndviinced ilniu, urottlil be foil. lug tbe duties tot'ulm, without waiting for function, of u separate nation, and Irtvlng oulcr tu prepare nml facilitate s s?nte tu pro- forthwith offered Ihe fonlblo Intervention of tho fulled claim n Mispcnsou of liovtll llli-- Hie lauiiiiiu tho war to end, nnd tlml more huinnna melhoilt State, n n neutral, lo slop the war, iiciordlng anddctvlls of which bate not yil l.'cn lioulil pri'Uill In tho conduct of hOKttllllea. to Thin tbe.encgollatlon. wero In progrcsn, 10 the largo ilktiiti. of humanity and followliut vvuli inc. Whllo ing many historical precedents where neighconstdernllnn, every olliet peitlnent the ltirrfnlngili'llttillon of tbo unfortunnto alarming mortollty boring atntea have Intcrfcrrcd to check rope-le- s will, 1 nm .un-- , havo your Juvt nnd careful rrconcentrado. and tho sacrifices of life by Inttrnrcino confllUs In the solemn deliberations iipoiivvliuh Tho atnong them claimed camel attention. beyond Ju.tltlable kucceit which had intended the limited mrns-tir- o grounda.their bonlcra. I bowrvcr, on rullouul you uro iilxiui tu enter. II tint inciistiru 11 Involves, Miffcrlng Ameriboillle suetc.slul result then our uspir.ulon of relief extended t the upon Willi the parlies lolbr contest, us a a Christian, ln'.ue loving 'oplu will bo can cllUcnatimonif them by Ihe judlcloua ex- -j nillturei iniough tbo eon.ulnragenele'iof will to cnfur:c 11 truic as toguldu the eventful rcalltcd. If It tall, it win he unir uniUicr ol iiuritintcmp'.iliil nrlln trlllcnirnt, Justlllialltiu the nioiey uppnprlated exprcly for their UllLlvJl .Mev pprovi.d Mry SI, Thu ground, for such Intervention ma) be fcuccur by I In- J Inl rv.'iilullou Kitcutho Mau.luu, An II 11, Itui follow! IM7, vrumpUU tbo tiuuaiia extcukluu of it briefly aummatltcd Terminate Hostilities Cuba and Establlsli a Sta- .Imllnr .cbemn of aid to the great body of nuf-fer- t. A niirgcllon to thl end juk-u-d In by the Spanlth authorlllca On Ilia -- Ilti of Dfiember l.al I oaurd to be an nptxi I to tbo American ropln Invlllng contribution. Ill money or In kind for the auc-ro- r of the starting .uffcrrr. In Culm, following thl. on the Bid if January by u.lmllar public announcement of the formation of a central Cuban relief commltltr, with beaibiuartera In New Voik City, tompocl of Ihrto membcra rrprrxcnilng the Annrlcnn National HnlCro.. and tbo rrllgluuii and bu.lnean elemenu of the community, 'the eflirla of tint committee bnto iKn untiring and uccomplLhrri much. J hi wnr In Cuba I. of nurlt nature that .hnrt of .ubjugulion or extermination a final military tlctoryfar either .MA .rem. Impracticable. 1 ho altcrnnllt e lie In the phy.lcal exhau.tlon of one or llio other patty, or pcrhap. of both a condition which In effect ended tbo ten year, war by the truieof .anjon. Tbo pro-peol aurh a protraction and conclu. Ion of the pre.-cu- t 1 n contingency baldly to ue .trite with euj"nlmlly by the cltlll'cd world, ami lea. lot all by the Ifnlled Stale. afftrtrd and lupifM a. we aro, ilieply and lull n. maleiy liy lla trry Iliallilng thl kupiK-nrti- l to be my duty In a Ifli if iruo IrlcMlllne.. no let. to Spain Ibuu lo ttio 1'iih.iti. wbu huvu .o muth In loflo by lltd iMOtoiigaitoii of tbt. iruifitle. lo tiring I'lrat In the cause of humanity nnd to put bloodshed, utarva-tlo- n .in end to tho barbarllle and horrible miseries now existing Iheie, and which tbe panic, to the conlllct are either U I unable or unwilling lo atop or mlllgato. no answer tu say thl I. all In unolher country. liclonglng tn another nation und I. tin return none of our business. It la tipcclally our duty ior It Is right at our dour, Hrroiid. We owe It lootir cltlrrns In Culm to nffonl tbi'iu that piotectlon and Indiiniiliy for life and pitiiiertv wbleh no guvrruineut tlicro can or will nffonl, unllo ibat end tu terminate the condition Unit deprive llicin of legal protection. Third, The right to In'ervene may no Justified by Ihe very scilmis- - Injury to llio com-mtrt- c, Irudouud business of nur Kop'nnU by tbe wanton dentroctton of proiK.riy und tlcvu.-tutliinthe Island louit'i, and wh cS I of the titmo.1 The present londltlou of affair In L'utiit Is 11 uoustaui m nate to our icace. nnd entails upon tbUgoiitiimuiii an enormous ox- - A LIVING TOMB, for Klglu.rn Year la a It. tarn to Her Home. I Vlrst etc &e-ce--c ecv6-- f liery h. lw h.i !k. its" prr irlre.t. la. roeton tih rn ... lccf in ..... u itlt .Clsm.NATl, April li-A- fter execu 18 years tire session ot the senate n living tomb, Krederlca Clcrwlg resolution has wns offered that the entlroTuesday aquestion bo ? Cubin bccnreitored to her relatives in Cin- considered behind closed door in account of Decided the cinnati. I a Cabinet Meeting It Wa tlmt llrac u WHcvC(, the probability ot utternnco which would afford Information to the enemy. The proposiherjeatt Shews,, however, nn 'rnp..ril Aiinlsllte Dirt Mot Chant JS9 33453 MM-3M-33J-of an Insane asylum at Norrls. tion was debated, but without reaching a conthe Hltuatloii-l- ha I1inii clusion. Whllo the scnato was In executive Will (Jo lo Cong rc.tu Imprisonment seislon a formidable element v.VTlnK r.T MANY LEGATEES WHOLESALE CORPORATIONS. in; tho hospital she was most of tho ate was considering what shouldInbothe sen-In done case resolution should bo reported providing In Illcli Spinster's Will In Mirlby County Indictment. Witt April II, The Bpanlsh tlmiratlonaL Wasiiinotom. Stand and They 61 for recognition of Independence. Tho resoluA Voluminous DneuniruU Is the daughter of I.awrcnco Rovcrniticnl, through Us tnlitUtcr at Un to Tr'al Comprnnilse Offer It.JrrtL offered Turner (Wash.) declaring SllK.l.liwil.I.K, Ky l)e llcrnabe ECJ-t- . who kept a book store 'J5 years tion against by Mr. wa April 12. Tho WnshlnRton, Scnor I'olo KitASKroiiT, Ky.t April liJ-drc- d war Spain laid before tho senate Sunday night tlcllvcrcd an Importnn ago f)t Thirteenth nnd Walnut streets, and Its author look the floor In advocacy of It. last will nnd testament of Miss Ann odd corporations indicted for fap-ur- o Clnomnatl. Her husband was Atlolph Mr, Kenncy (Del.) followed with a strong ap- Miller, tho wenlthlcst woman In Shelby nftlelnl ilocument to tho stn to depart to report to tho state were called ' ot ment atatlnc that the nrtnlstleo which Oejvlg.udlap.10nd setter, formerly em-"- peal forIs the Independence oil tbe Cuban. county, who died several weeks ago, In circuit court Friday, Nearly ns There not," said he, "In this land any was probated In tho county court Mon- - many prominent had corn tho queen recent, of Spain, h? the 1'uhme Co. They moved atato whose peoplo are more thoroughly united attorneys as there aro tntimtetl (Jen. Ulnnco to nroclaltn Sun' to ltilailelplila, and tho womnn dlsap-pcan- d for Cuban Independence than nro the people of (lay. lltr fortuno Is estimated at over .I Indictment. nr.v nr..nt. , . . fitnn-, (inn n n,l...,. i.An...-- .. ,u.,Ko mini ,.,.. v,lu,,n ,.(hat her from the sight of her relatives. unaware. 1110 ucmurrcr to the intllclmenls was day wns without conditions, Hocss-T- be bill prepared for mnt'stv'a coTcrnment had crantcti nr -- mainecl silent through family the currency and IS. protection the reform of I 810,000 toTjlOO each. The Instrument argued by M.. O. Shaw, of Covlnirton: .. . - .V..... " of the ..!..!.. SOU .1. muab vuiuilllliuua ever tiro-- Bonnlnr llrnntlnn liberal institutions to tho Island o( pride.1 A pl,ysiciarl tn the. hospital ury by tho sub committee ot the house commit tinted in tho county, and the legatees I Judge. W. 0. llnrrla, IulavlUe, nnd Cuba, which tho Cuban parliament tloaiy located her relatives. tee on banking and currency, wa. Introduced number over 100 poraons. No contest lotlieni for all the corporations. The In tho house Tuesday. The bill wa prepared ril.tls now with her sister, Mrs. Conwould iluvclop: rccalllnt; the comlol will be mrulo by nuy ot tho devlacea to latter aro aald to have, offered to etico anil nyrapaUiy oxprcucd by the rad Suellcr. 1325 Walnut HtrocU tier by Messrs. slcCleary (Minn.), chairman ot the sub commltteei lrlne till wtvd Sllchl-nbaotute-- 1 tuoviwealUv'a .Attorney tea ono claus the.wlU, VranWUn. av. ner at" 1OT0 Central tunn ;rwrriaBL pnu MaineroernawssM. I tt .J'Maco'it'll ), Ajteneral statement, t .tbVpyryosea raavlo. to ot -ar nnd tho hor fare ho, Newport. the dlta&tc. of the or ine conimiiiecj was priniea some nay. ago. one who 'Jiase hauav '- -' Institutes aiicrraotfon. iMla I mcottreMeir nnd but few cbanges have since been made In ror this dl&tvstcr had occasioned in Miller was an nged mnldcn lady, and offer has been declined The state's the details of the bill. Hpnnhh heart, and appealing to the iUARDS WITHDRAWN. counsel Insists on trials. Theso will WAsniitGToir, April 7. SEWATr When tha left no heirs except very distant relacodrtcsy und tvenso l justice of the senate convened Wednesday Intense expectshnll be overtions. She gave largely to llaptlst follow if the United Mates government to enlighten Thlrtrrlsnialliinx Ca.r. I.rft In the Test ancy, amounting to excitement, vrct ailed both churches, orphanages and seminaries. ruled, which, demurrer It is expected, will bo House nt Aliditlr. hurts, nn the floor and In the galleries. Tho presi public opinion upon the attitude ol done .ItDnipiiono, Kr., April 12. All dent s message bod been positively promised Hpnln. Thu nolo nlso repeats the ofMs Storei lliirnrtl. genuine Murder and Suicide. fer of the Spanish tforcrtiincnt to sub- guards sVtlonisT along the quarantine and It ct tiling wa awaitedthewith Ma mux, ICy,, April 11. Six stores anxiety. Ten minutes after senate conKy., April 8. 1'rico mit thu .Maine question to experts des- lines havibeen withdrawn, nnd though vened consideration of the sundry civil bill wero destroyed by tiro Friday night. ignated by tho tuaritlmo po iters of the quarantine regulations will not bu re wa resumed, and with the exception of eight Tho losers are J. U. Jenkins, grocer, linker, an aged farmer, shot and In- l.'ob stantly killed his K, rw.lr world. voked ollicfallv until Mo. day morning minutes, consumed by executive session. In 11. II. lircgory Grocery Co., which Senator Davis announced that no ' This document was the ofllclal noti- it la prnctikilly at an end now. l'ivo sage would be sent In, almost the entiremes- jeweler, Nina llarncs, millinery, A. C Thomasson Thursday nnd then comsesfication of tho Spanish government to patients wire discharged from tho sion was consumed by tho appropriation bllL tillliert, saddlery, and M. K. Kohs, in It ted suicide. There had lieen trouble and o tho L' nl ted States of the granting of Sunday, which leaves It w s practically ccmplcled when laid aside tailor. Total losses are 810,000. There between ltakcr and his tho 13. Vll of thu susiK'Cts for the day. an armistice nnd its essential terms. but J. II. Clifton the former went to tho home ofkillis very little irsitroncc. galHofSE-Afwaiting rallently latter and picked up a shotgun and Minister Woodford's clhpatch Satur- in tho dlcntlou hospital havo leries andtercorridors of the house In thehours, & Sons and the Tierce, Ynndell .t for day night briefly Mated the fact that been dischar-Co.'s houses and stock wero ed Thomasson without warning. Tho after thorough fumi many of them from 8 o'clock Wednesday moramurderer then went to the home of nn armistice had been agreed upon, gation and th) hospital closed. Assist (lightly damaged. ine until shortly before 3 o'clock In tho afterhis brother, I'd linker, and after tell-lu- g but it was not communicated as ant Surgeon Eastings it working night noon, tho thousands who had come to hear the Dentil From Morphine. the family to bury him well, put a president's Cuban message turned away weary coming from the Spanish government nnd dny to Ititig the pestilence to a and disgusted there at the delay. Never Owr.xsmmo, Ky., April 11. W. 0. bullet from a pistol through his brain. Sunday's communication cleared up speedy termination, and thinks thu such disappointment at tho rapltoL wa memTho Driscoll, tin old and onco prosperous misapprehension on the most vital marine hospital scrvlcs will leavo next bers fell It even more keenly than the spectatFather and Son Waylaid and Killed. point of Spain's concession namely, aturdny. Their work acre has given ors, and for two hour afterward they stood citizen, was found dead in a shed at MA.sciiKSTF.it, Ky., April 1). A. It. about lobbies discussing this latest phase Hart's livery stable. Ono full bottle that the armistice was without condi- the utmost satisfaction, tnd they taku of the situation. The news ot tho pro of Clay county, and f bottle of morphine wero Howard, Will Tho note was received by the with them tho best wishes of all tho posed armistice which camo on the nud tion. were waylaid found In hlb pockets. Tho coroner's his son Howard S., very prominent. aud j state department after tho first cabinet people. A heel of the announcement that Ocn. Lee had verdict wns death from an overdose of killed. feud has is cabled for delay received qulto as much atten meeting and was one of the main subbeen BATTERY morphine administered by the de- terribleII pots, linkers, raging between a the recall of Lee. tion jects of consideration at tho second Campbells and sharp ceased. Wasiiisotox, April Driscoll came to Daviess tho l'h meeting cabinet held Sunday Of the Indianapolis Light Howards for tho past year. Twenty Will Iln war talk was indulged la by the senalo from Nelson nnd leaves a largo relanight. Spanish Likely llrtallrd the First or Indiana Thursday. Although thu of tho consideration When men havo been killed during that tionship wa I was surrounded with the Troops, appropriation sundry bill civil nolo time mostly from ambush. A reign was pending question tho negoJudge Clark I'smlyied. ofllciat usual secrecy of IxMa.vapoi.ih, Ind., Alril 12. Oov. resumed, of terror exists in many parts of Clay (Ala.), pro tho amendment ot Mr. 1'ettu llAltliouitvil.l.B, Ky., April IS. Cir- county, tiation, tho following summary Mount Monday received i letter from viding for such Improvement of the harbor at of Its contents was secured: Secretary of Wnr Alger, stating that Mobile a would enable war vessels to obtain cuit Judge A. II. Chirk, who wns strickCattle Market at Lexington. 'Tho Spanish minister in Washing in esse of hostilities with Spain, II it- - coal and other supplies there. Mr. Allison (la). en with paralysis Saturday, eight Lesisoto.v, Ky., April II. The projIn charge of tho bill, made a point of order miles from here, while on his way from ton, deeply Impressed by thu numerous tery A, of the Indianapolis light artil amendment .eslle county, was reported Monday ect of central Kentucky cattlemen to errors wlileli seem to hare obtained lery, would be likely detailed the first ugalnst the by Mr. Morgan Thl called out a bit (Ala.), who charged speech establish live stock trading market credit in public opinion In America In of Indiana troop. The government, ter appropriation committee with discrimin morning to bo no better. Doctors say and yardsa In this city Is expected to the regard to thu Cuban question, consid says the letter, will furnish them with ating against proper mcaurc,and threatened to that there Is no chnnco for his recov-- ' take definite form Monday, when there ers it his duty to call again tho atten niolern Held pieces nnd will authorize, nlst In dissolving the committee. He followed cry. .Inin-- s D. I Hack was elected Mon- is to bo a meeting of cattlemen at tho of tho tion of the secretary of (state, of the tlierp. to purchase horses nnd equip- with an argument showing the necessity would day morning to hold term of court Improvement proposed, holding that It Second national bank. It is practicalUnited States to tho following points: ment. Secretory Algqr writes that It open to tho government In time of war the coal here, which Wgan Monday. ly certain thnt tho yards will Ikj estab'TirsU Her majesty, the queen re war should come all of the modern fleldsof tbo south and enable It successfully to lished and J. K Cooke, of Lincoln Police llllef Will Krcriilt. gent of Spain, desirous of ending the guns now in possession fight the treasonable monopoly that had been SiiKt.tn vii.i.k, Ky., April 12. Chief county, will be superintendent. trouble", which aro desolating Cuba, of collejes will be called lu and that formed to control tho coal supply of tbe counwa In theevent war. Kentucky len. loners. has commanded a suspension of hostil- the government will not lie nble to dis try At 2 o'clockoftbe bill Tho amendment com- of l'olice Hen 1'. l'emberton, of this had not been lost 11, Wasiii.sotox, Aprils. The following ities, (icn. llhtnco has been ordered tribute any of those guns to statu pleted and was laid aside, tbe senate devoting place, who was captain of Company to proclaim Sunday nn nrtnlstleo with troops. the remainder of tho afternoon to eulogies of Kentucky stato guards, mustered out Kcntuckians have been pensioned: several years ago, and w lio still retains restoration nnd Increase William 11. tbo late Senator James Z. Oeorge, of Missiout conditions. He will determine. ssippi Adjoursed until Monday. his commission, will lu the event of Dobbins, Gallup, 58 to 814. Increase A Itclgnatlou. later thu duration and dctnils of this HousE-Thc- re wns a scene of great excite I war with Spain resign his place as Ciiicao, April 12. A circular lias ment in the house late Thursday afternoon armistice so as to carry out the Rencr-uu- s ,,( - recruit Ins old command and .aeli T. Humphreys, Henaker, 50 to 88. bill intentions of her majesty ami the been iasned by General Manager Sam during tho consideration of tho was for the re- - I --plnco It at tho disposal ot tho govern- - UcIshuu nnel Increase "vVUllam Vf. caused by Wolfe, 'Walton, 810 to 814. Original uel C SUckncy. oi tho Chlcuco tlrent organisation of the army. It wishes ot tho friends of peace. vt- - I went. railway, announcing tbe widows. Etc Minora ot UUdrelhfA. "Second. Her vnnjeatv'a itoTommcnt Western at 1 nwmtlMuvvarttiVendcvit O.' Mr. Lcnlt, nn Ohio democrat, who made a clou MMult cm tun admlwuserwelon. charging "Virus oarmntlna Officer leaves. Humscy, 820; special March t2s,rns thoso enjoyed fbfilds, to taku.sifToot.Ajirn lla tnat ine twiicy otaeiay watin ine interest 01 stitutlons ha liberal mmmmmmmmmmmmtiinrom. by Cnnadn under tho Jfritlsh flag. Tho wfljtso atieceedod by Knymanil Dul'ii.r, speech caused a profound sensation nnd was J of tho state board of health, who has Can Defeat Spain Ka.llr. Ocn.Orosvrn- - been In charco af smallpox patients met with anemphatlcreply Cuban chambers will meet on the 4th forrrrly of tho Muplo Ienf route. It or.now generally regarded asfrom administration Louisvillk, Ky., April 11. Lieut, J. tbe of ue.xt May. Jt will bo their duty and Issji.JjMr. Shields will be connected spokesman on the floor. Mr. Grosvenor not here during the pnst three weeks, left II. Milton, of the United States navy, privilege to put into practlco and de- within Important railroad system In only Indignantly denied that there wa Justifi for his homo in IoulsvlIlc Monday, tho who has been stationed nt Mnre Island, cation for tha reports, but held Mr. Lcntxup situation having Improved to such an off tho const at San Francisco, arrived In addition the eist, but has no plans for his velop these institutions. to scora for alleging corrupt motive against extent that all quarantines have been future. Mr. l)u l'uy is a to these Cuba is represented in parliaIn the city Sunday. He has been sumarmy bill on the president. Tbe St. l'aul, and is well known in Thursday developed debate nnd the raised. Itlchmoud has outlived the moned to Hrooklyn, where he will bo ment nt Madrid. more opposimore disease. "Third, l'ubllc opinion In this coun- railroad circles there nnd in Chicago. tho tion. Mr. Hull tried to sivo the bill by agreeIn charge of a vessel. ing to strike out all Its provision, even the try appears to Ignore tho fact that tho Situation Much Improved. LTnitctl States could defeat Spain withHow the Message Wits Itrrrltrtl. It was three battalion formation features, but loss of the Maine was immediately folRichmond, Ky,, April 12. The smallout any trouble. IV) tool. Thehouso WiMlIMiTO.V, April 12. The reading In tho end recommitted lowed by otlleial and reiterated exprespox situation was very much ImMind llroodlng Over Disgrace. message In the house was greet- adjourned until Monday. sions of condolence from her majesty, of tlr proved Monday. All the pest housj presiWasiii.sctom, April l'liKSTOxnuito, Ky., April 0. Morgan the queen, from her government, from ed with scattering applause from tho dent' message on the Cuban qucillon wa guards with the exception of two, havo Turner, alleged forger and mall robIn tho senate to It wa her charge d'alTaires in Washington, roputllcatt side and some groans from read committee on at noon. relations referred 1:13 lieen discharged. Saturday was tho ber confined In jail here, is iusano foreign nnd from thu authorities In Havana; tho democratic side, Tho galleries the senate adjourned until Tuesday. and at first day for several weeks that tho from brooding over his disgrace. Ho the meshave had any trade Tho wns nrrcsted ns the perpetrator of nil of which tended to nfllrm tho hor- made no demonstrations. The message wa on In llousit Tbe president's presence ot a read merchants H. vast It., N., I sfc trains resumed Monday. many mysterious mall robberies which ror which this disaster had caused to sage sas referred to tho committee tho the bouse Monday tn tbo assemblage and referred to the committee on arise in Spanish hearts, ns nlso tho foreifn affairs without debate, nnd Lightning Strike, llullillngs. baffled the authorities for years. Ho Is foreign affair without debate. There was absympathy felt for the United States hou proceeded With District of Ky., April 12. I.i.uuiKTiiTowx, solutely no demonstration either of approval a member uf a prominent family in business. nnvy and for tho government and or disapproval from the crowded gnllcrles Lightning, which accompanied tho this end of the state. reading. storm, struck tho barn of James Fowthroughout or at the conclusion of the nation. Woodford Leaves Madrid. J. S. Harris Acquitted. After seme district business had been trans"The Spanish minister feels confiMinnin, April 12. It is said that tho acted the contested election case of KnlrcblM. ler, near Tunnel hill, nnd killed two Lkxixoton, Ky,, April S. After bedent that ho call count upon the United States minister, Stewart I vs. Wird, from the Eighteenth New ork ills- - horses and struck tho residence of courtesy nnd senso of justice of thu Wool'ord, leaveo Mudrlel Monday. It trict, w".n U'stn us After two hours' debate James Hogun, of this place, doing In ing out 20 hours the jury in the case of J. S. Harris, for killing his wife's lover, United stntes government to enlighten the majority report tn favor of Mr. Ward, the nil SI, 000 damage. is further alleged that he will be Thos. 11. Merritt, last summer, brought sitting member, was adopted 133 tu 4i At public opinion upon this subject to the frontier by nn escort 4.U p. m. tbo house adjourned. Soldiers Stand Up for Huberts. In a verdict of acqutttal Thursday "Fourth. As to thu cause of this The ambassadors I.kxuvotox, Ky., April 11. It having night. Ho was acquitted by Judge lamentable disaster, it resolves itself of gendarmes. embassy Monday. meet The Horse fshotr at Lexington It Is lcen reported that tho old soldier Falconer under the "higher law" at Into n question of facts, which can only nt the Italian this meeting was called ns anLkXiiKiTON', Ky., April 12. The were dissatisfied with their treatment thu examining trial, but tho recent Ki settled by material proofs. Thu unilcrstoood received from Wash- nual horse show was held hero Mon- by Collector of Internal Revenue Sam Brumi jury Indicted him for murder. Spanish minister reiterates the nssttr-ti- n a result'of news The summer-likday. weather at- J. Huberts, lo veterans oi tno taicwar ro that his government is ready to ington. Fruit Killed. tracted many visitors. The city was issued a statement in controversion of FiiAXKFoitT, Ky., April 11. CommisIncitement In Madrid. submit the question to exports desig- -' ' gayly decorated. More stallions were this story. natcd by tho miirltlmo powers, whose sioner of Agriculture Moore has thorMtPl'.in, April 12. Throughout tho on exhibition titan for several year. Letcher County Company Heady, oughly investigated the result"of reconclusions ore In ndvnncc accepted." evening demonstrations have contlii-uc- il The show was held nt Tnttersnll's, inCol.l.v, Ky., April 11. Letcher councent Irosts and freeze. He says that Scnor IVlo delivered the document in various quarters. The police stead of at Uratz park, as formerly. ty 200 men who ure ready to enlist has in person to the state department, and and gendarmes havo repentedly dis- Among the famous horses present worn tho rrueh, cherry and pear crops ot They the stato nro completely killed and freedom. aside from the Interest In tho com- persed largo crowds and there havo Allcrton, Onward, How Hells, Ashland und fight for Cuba's of eastern that all uncovered tobacco beds uro munication Itself, the call had added beca several orrests in tho lowcrquar-ter- s Wilkes, J. .1. Audubon und 1'alchcn comprise n sturdy, brave set Kentucky mountaineers, who will ruined. Interest ns an evidence of a renewal of Culm has finally Wen restored, Wilkes. "fight like wild cats." diplomatic negotiations, this being hit but the gendarmes uro patroling tho To Vote on Ihe Turnpike Question. Drank I'nl.onrtl Coffee Two Dead. Mom in Doctor Offer. Sertlces. fir.t call at the department in ten days. streets nnd other precautions are mainHowMMi GitKKV, Ky., April 9. The HoPKtxsvil.M., Ky., April 12. Tho FiiiMtFoi.T, Ky., April 11. Mrs. fiscal court Friday afternoon decided Later Scnor l)u Hose, first secretary of tained. family tif Iewls Campbell, n furm Flora Mastin, doctor of this city, has to submit tho free pike question to a the legation, made another call at the Moody Lravr. llopklnsvlllr. hand, became e.treincly III nfter drink- written Gov. Hrndley offering her voto of tho peoplo at the next Novemdepartment on tho same general subIIoi'KINM 11.1.K, Ky., April 12. The ing coffee Saturday night. All had services ns u surgeon on bourd of one ber election. Tho vote was 7 to 1. It ject, Hcsldes delivering tho note, the personal exchango lie- great revival meeting held by Dvvight convulsions. Two children died Sun- of tho American battlo ships In tho is believed that tho proposition will call permitted twccn tho secretary of state and the U Moody tho famous Evangelist, at day morning in horrible ngony The event of hostilities. carry by a good majority. Spanish ofilclnls of nn agreeable char- the t nlon Tabernacle tho past week mother nnd another child nro uow tn n Nlurgls Opera House. Constable Dies Suddenly. closed Monday night, l'rof. Maxwell, dying condition. Is believed It acter. Siunois, Ky April 12. II. U HorKlxsviLl.K, Ky., April 8. Chas. who led tho singing left for Nash villi) "Hough on Huts" was accidentally The cabinet, after a three hours' speeditor of the Opinion, will fit up W. Armstrong, for eight years concial session, called by tho president lu Mondav morning, where Mr. Moody dropped into thu coffee. The stomach uu opuru liouso for druumtlu enter- stable In the Crotton district, died sudlplfuilaw him Tuesday. were sent to Louisville to ie nnaiyzeu. tainments and conventions. It will bo denly of heart trouble. Ho was 45 view of tliu urinWUcti lis.ued by tbe Spanish government, adjourned about tlrn. Let at Savannah ready for occupancy by May 31. years old aud leaves a wifo and ten Dig lllark lias. Caught. an Tho proposal for 1:10 o'clock. Savannah, Go., April 12. Tho enchildren. Commercial Convention. GKonor.Tow.v, Intl., April 12. Harney It was subsequently unnouncci thusiasm ran so high that, tho crowd I.oi'isvii.i.K, Ky., April 12. The call Hannon Indicted for Murder. by one of thomcmbers.had not changer, edmbed to tho windows of tho car und llurhhnrl cnught a few days ogo. with to bo l'ADUCAil, Ky., April 11. Thomas II. the situation in the slightest degree, the glass front door waif broken in by a pole aud line, In Indian creek, near for u stato commercial convention ofilclally Hannon, who killed Will Hall some nnd the president's message wou.d go the crush. Gen. Leo was deeply moved Georgetown, a black bass 20 inches held in Louisville has been made, nnd the dates May 11 and 12 havo time ago, was Indicted by tho grand long and weighing four nnd one-haIn to congress Monday notwithstandat tno sincere demonstration. jury on tho charge of murder. pounds. Tho high waters of tho past been named. ing the armistice decision of tho Spanfew mouths have brought largo schools Woman llurned tu Death. Tramp Crushed Outer Train. There will bo anltef erred to the Cuiuiulttrrs, ish government. Loi'isvil.l.K, Ky., April A Mrs. Wm. Ky., April 12. Charles FuAMvl.l.v, other meeting of the cabinet at s WAhiti.NaTox, April 12. The iiresl- - of fish from tho river Into the small anticipate Anderson, a colored tramp, was crush- Itcsch, of this city, was burned to o'clock Sunday night to review finally dent's message was referred to tho streams, and fishermen death Thursday. Her clothing caught ed to death under a train while stealllio president's messiigo beforo it goes committee ou foreign relations in both great sport as soon us tho weather becomes warmer. lire from a stove. ing u ride. lo congress with tho changes made branches of cotagress. .Slump Contract Let, The Soldiers Itrady. New Orlcuu and bn Frwucl.co Sighted Vaccinated In the Mouth. Contract for Carrying the Malls Let. WAll!N0T(f, April 12. The post7. Henry .Vi:w Voiik, April 11. The captain of Foist Thomas, Ky., April 8. l'rcpar-utton- s lliciiMoxii, Ky.. April Wasih.nuto.v, April 12. The post master general has decided to let tho thu steamship AUer, which arrive olllco department Monday awarded to go forwurd hero for an emerLick, accidentally found furnishing stamps for tho gency, 'lhero was au Inspection of Lusk, of Faint lying on tho counter in contract for lipro Sunday, says thnt at a p. tn. April 1' C. it vaccluo point Itichardson, of Scuttle, Wash., ensuing four years to tho Hureuu of ol Am1 his vessel passed within ten mile Fish's drug store, and, thinking It was tho contract for carrying mail botw ecu Engraving and rrlntinglnstcndof giv- new fatigue uniforms Thursday. two war vessels, both of which were St. Michaels and Wearo, Alaska, n dismunition was distributed, nnd every- a toothpick, picked a decayed tooth Hank Note ing It to tho American painted white. The le'tdlng vcim tance of UOO tulles. thing to bo left behind was packed so several times with It. He Is now a tit Tho contract Co., who submitted a bid, was rigged with threu masts nud the which wns let for 823,000 per annum Is that the troops cun move tit a moment's subject for a hospital, his mouth' belnir othet with two. Hoth wero btiiiml for a period of four notice. swollen so that hu cun hardly speak. A Fatal Duel. from July 1, j'ears west and appeared to be iolng ut the I "US. rAltsoss, Kns., April 12. Report is Damage In Mrnde County, Sheriff Sanders rnlo of ton Unols nn hour. Tho vessels H, received here of u duel fought at MinLAM'ASTKit, Ky., April Ky., April 0. Tho cold Oo.MoMilA. Marching mi Havana, ' wore sighted In I.at. 0 5 Long Murphy, u Jacksonviu.k, Fin., April 12. Tho eral City, lietwccn Jack man. lloth snap of tho last two days has destroyed Sander, herlrt of tiarrurd county, aro evidently the Mew These vcs-cfarmer, and nn unknown aud pciirs. Tho apples was married Wednesday to Miss Sallie Urleu ns (formerly tho Amn7onas) und (uhsn junta hero has received word were killed, each receiving four shots nil tho peaches bo safe yet. The Hood Arnold, tho charming daughter of the San 1'iaiiclsco, which sailed from tuat Gens. Gnrcia nnd Gomez havo In the body. Tho cuuse of the tragedy uro supposed to iins damaged tho wheat crops In the II. C, Arnold, ono of Garrard's wealthliruvesend, ling., two weeks ago bun united their forces nnd uro marching" is not known. iest citizens. river bottom. dny. toward Havnno, K. of I's. for War. Terrible Tragedy In Kansas. Don't Like, llllud Tlgers. Karthquake fshnrk. In Itonrnilu, Wwrshlps and Troops Coming. Llximiton, Ky., April ft l'hiwnlx Ghhat Hk..ni, Kas., April . The CiilTTK.M.K.s, Ky., April 8. James 1'nAOUr:, llolieniln, Apill 11. There TKNKltirKK, Canary Islands, April 12 biilhl-Ingdaughter of William lodge, Knights of l'ythlas, pussed resKvcrt, of llrnelit, Ky., erected a have been severe earthquake shocKs in The Spanish armored cruisers Crisa farmer living near here, wns Fllngsvllle, a small town thrco olutions Thursday night recommend-luthe vicinity of l.lbochowltz, ten miles tobal Colon and Mario Teresa havo t'rlday night by a young u vigorous policy toward Spolu, southwest s.f Lsilmuritz. At the vil- piuscd tills island, going1 south. A shot to death linker, who worked for miles cust of this - place, for the purInpose oi running it- blind tiger. Thu demanding freedom lor Cuba und lage of KlnlTal seven houses collapsed iMttuliqii of Spanish infantry aud two man named her father. Tho murderer then set nnttvis of Fllngsvillo did not seem to demnity lor the loss of tho Maine. It nnd oS families wero rendered hoiai lutterlvH of mountain artillery havo lire to the farmer's barn and is sup- approve of this, so Wednesday night offered lu services lu the event of wur. less Thu subterraneous disturb"!! cs sir rived here. posed to havo perished In tho llarncs. u bomb was placed under tho building, (lie rar Imprisonment, continue. A Conspiracy In Hie l'al.re at l'ekln. No cause for the tragedy Is know n. Jacob uud it was literally dcstroyciL Lkxixotox, Ky,, April 8. London, April 12. A dispatch to tho Gardner Out on llonil. Cnnn wns Thursday sentenced to oue It.iu Katahtlln Hound South. (larr, Dally News from Shanghai 'gays: "Tho l.lectrtl President. Turvlu Coi.iimius, 0., April 11. Oscar Del., April HllKAKWATK.lt, UhLAWAHK Covinotox, Ky., April 8. Judge Jas. jenr's Imprisonment in tho stato prisoti ner, the pugilist, who killed Oeorge existence of u formidable conspiracy in 1). The government ram Katahdln, 1. Turvln, of this city, Thursduy was at Frankfort for impersonating O. II. Stout, waived examination Saturday the Imperial palace at IVUIn has been Lexington post oillec and Philadelphia Thurslletts ut and wns held to the grand Jury on ilueorered, and tho lives of boiiio of which sailed for out the Capes Friday, rlectcd president of thu Ohio Valley obtainingthoa money order for 5X40, day night, passed its session lu Himetulllo league at tliargcs of ojauslnughter and prln tin: highest people in tho cmpiri uro which he spout for whisky. bo'uud south. Indianapolis. In QranlctJ It.galar Scion. WAsmsaTox, April - Skkate tn t lr STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST. 3-- ln-n- aj J Mt ,The ,, -- ..... .. ..... -- "' n- 1 1 I,nalmi, Com-Vre?- .' ak V .N-.Y.- aavttaihnlasJjifl4i "WBr u I son-in-la- pest-hous- son-in-la- d oue-hal- -- breech-loaiUn- g 1 1 1 '- li - ' tu ia e 11 Mos-grov- e, -- lf . atr.cs ls r, g tihtilig. danger." . Ps it . - .aj, . . O JJMMMMMMMMaaMMMfrM1MMMMMBMMBMMMMBaMBMMMIMIBM,M -- sis- ... .inr :- -; iMBfi I'tTT .-- -- i e; Vs. --- - r- - tmtm I' nat --- , , &;&&-ife- it'th ' iM-i.'i I. U' it ii- - '.i'i .vais;; Tj Pr i ; k' til 111' r r . i f THE HICKMAN COURIER. HICKMAN, KY., THE WAR IS NOW ON, roitgritMH BRIGHT EYED PEACE. - C'oiigrciloiinl rrlmiirj'. com-miltco Council Proceedings. Kv., April Oth, 80S. Council met pursuant to adjournment on the Itli 'i'"1- - 1 resent, .Mayor Dillon, HtrRMAV, 1 fHHrrWHrrWWMHWWWrrHfHMMf? U PIIIDAY, Al'HIL 1."), 1898, M ft; t- -- ft l v(t R- f J J tJ? M fi. rrTii!tu. i not competent TlwlPiiiiioroii-oiiKn-MH, ,lllllM111Be f , lutlinns - von- " havn offered tlielr services tigaiiist lyn lio;x but tint the two tinmen ..imt. iilonmi!. but to the Herge t , ..., I.V'll imviuiiuiw in ..n,.,., ....i ....i.....,i.. nUI Spatn. v;ir wit SlMlll. TlloKl'JHll)Zlll III lilt ITeSlllPHl iiiuniinvj Ohio has appropriated $1,000,. Hem minulH'N www practically united, ,llcg(,Bi;o certainly knocks out Iho 000 to pnt Iho State on a war dwl.irin.T In f.ivor of "nnnnl inter- , lirnllH nt ,, wr element in footing. .1 rt.iMo mill , , xwitlPti atone.--, comitry. offer to kit cluKM of . .. r HH.1.1 lI VJIIIIKIvrii TilK Democrat cnrrlori inrinjr prnH)numsUJl. I,III.'PP!HIP1U I.OVITIIIIIPIII . " ll,tllBfel to JS1. " "I""". ...",..""i. to tlio municipal elections .1... M.,l.... tUwv,l..' .m-- nWvd.i ." mill oatewltbuiUielrborJvn held Monday. united iu favor of independence of Cuba iIih nrniii! "nil. Iln no whore Indicates a A MINISTER at Nnshvllle deTo tho Fatmcr, Cuban livered a sermon on "Tho dHiiger niztiiK tho prcM-nin rrn0 the Cuban U oflVnxt cool Unl l low prices,- f in- ml on ... iroo.1 niarkrU (u.The President lind nsk.xl for nroii-of being too KoliBloue." fll..n. rooilliirr the stnrv- aU b fur trmi to nocuro u stablo Uoveni- - , A Frankfort oorreapondent a recotlCOlltrados. inert in Cuba. All tho forces wen. ask- To the Laborer: of the .Louisville Times gives it iug "armed intervention," and that M. H niakea n0 J"nnn1a A country whr work I lo irl r oat that be knows the name of Iihs ana waer kvuu kbw aro war unless Spain backsdown nn- - on 8pain, and, therefore, Oen. P. Wat. flnrdin It certain to and thU beliiR true, wo ng to back down from. He only go before the oezt state couven To the Merchant: that war resolutions passed 8Uggested on Brmlstlce. conclude for Governor. tlon Rood oponlnm. wbir bonMl,tirlll- To U. nuro thrro is a peace mw wwm. vu witii. vm wu t; fibi Qpain by proclamation freed New York World editor, party iu Congress, but too Mimil in Thb pront. crazy ,,. ., the recoucoutrados, appropriated who is alleged to have gone , wo realizo To the Manufacturer: over the war excitement, doubt- nniubew. h l conn- - ICOO.OOO tor their relief, nnd droad war agui on rwmt-r1i- , ma onllmltxil less lost his mind studying oat a nil itikM ihlpiiinir UrlllllM lo all Iho : perhaps before nuother issuo couied help from the United and his despisscheme to itrita rarkcl h; Ulwrllnducmtnt of the CouuiBK is printed, the putu of States, r offrrrtl iho clUMot vt tha ed contemporary. T. Davis. Yiriooa locaui ties. our country aud of Spain will bo belch- officially proclaimed Ctb. Spain aawftdI HtAf mM Ton (4tn Ml Xe Fence Law. Tho 1UB auuiuuk licon lnK forth death aud destruction. Uirouffh lha ......ion of hostilities In Cuba. Did bv nnunlmou.1 voto of tho Council ortlua of lb tlon has decided upon the first! UOUlVTBR nna ttiwuya wen w . , ,i ml U lb bnt : titan .mi. - -- " ". C.O.I m ma uan tor n" ,U j ,VKr j. U.I 11.IW mmatijuua, Some of the people of FnltcJ oVdrrwf. luutaforlitalaUnainK llU '"" It aotUrr, tha mcoiiuft JLua nicci unitwill VI1 tho work itoue i Old Olory" und crown our oountrrjever is ngtil and Honorable in county havo been trying forstur- mm iMpmcii. dlrt-r-t rouln to log be held in Cincinnati and with Tictorv. regsrd to tbe destruction of the eral years to get a chance to vfte ; Tent. (Itxx! 'motion, tho Finance Committee U outing at Maokluao, Miob. oonnfcdmia are lua.ls u the : Maine. wllh all line ntrlotr Cairo, anil nu on a "no fence" law. aud the Hck- directed to borrow sutttcieut money to dlMrrvcaMaliTtivrraara noo.ry. The Clinton Democrat says: Forces Working for Peace. " necessary pipoau.i cumpieii 100 :: :Coin7i)rtblofrphlrrnrtinlhruKli : If, therefore, Spain has declared mut. f!oiirlr .. V f.rnr- .irh (lrir, -' .Tw-iMUTItU'lHI (Wl nilltlltV til Our Congressman is described by :frum Cairo lo Texas nlitiout cuaaK. : - If vm Sr tblnklnit of murlnr. wrllo: Bommors of the Eltzabetbtown The Courikb does not under, a cessation of hostilities, has freed a law. There is uo question Jout one, two and threo years lime nt n rat lllua-- : : ;firfrwc-oplMoof interest uot excecdhiK 0 per cent, per : :lratJ pinphll ourhnnilxwnol' "7nn," "Uri : : News, who visited Washington stand Presideut McKlnley' mes- and is feeding tbe roooticentrados, the economy of It to : :AiJ-,"7VaN4'M.annum. recently, as "The Adonis of the sage, asking that he be given the is willing to do'whatever is right and where it has been tri'd we .Mr A. A. Furls, jr., AtilNi) Mm!. At;-.- : an av :: : (7imwi 0' Mrrlkmtil House." Adonis was a pretty army forfTin.-i:aait mj Silt Alr lfumim:"fl".s :: CWo and navy for tbe purpose of and honorable about the Maine believe it has been eatisfotory. conut and I.liiht for mil funiMird the : :i "LanJi man. Tatj win Mf fM t 14 a iws haUtea. : : disaster, and tbe independence of Dnt It is questionable it could Watermotion, the tiLint us isiht contract Mayor afOn directed to intervention in W. Ulttrt. 111KL Should Great Britain form an armedbnt the Courier Cubananx- Cuba and tho liberation of tbe be successfully carried ns in this execute notes to 3lr. riiru lor the ::' M.Tnf.ru Irni. L UalhM'i.jlTUlrl, is so fairs, where amount, iu per former itKreeuiciit. country section alliance with America it would n.U7U,Ba.X Cubans is not to be considered, there is of the mncb wods laud A communication from MUs Mollie -(- nm.K.UltAllL yet so mean that the English speaking ious for peace that it well believes i MtMHttiittimwfW4WwmTTTtifHi was read race would control the world's that everything honorable should wbat Is there left to go to war and bottom IhiuIi. In he east, Judgecommitter. nud referred to tho destinies nntll the end of time, be permitted before the terrible about! Why was Gen. Lee or- in those counties that lave ''no On motion. Council adjonrncrt to meet SL'.MI.IT KXtUKHKl.VS. dered home; and wby all the blus- fence" laws, the face of the earth Monday, lllh iu.it., ut 7:30 p. in. unless It degenerates, as did the resort to war. The rate of ONK KAHK it I vthicli ex Is marked off like gnrlens and enrniou tickets have sold on Hun Attest, Greek and Roman races. W. L. McCurciir.N, f The President is opposed to ter and preparation for war days botwi-estations on the Mobile & no waste place, as there City Clerk. treasury department Congress may force an Issue there are The Ohio within a dlitance of Us) are Iu Fulton aud Ilicktian conn recognizing the independence of miles, from which tirVela nre mld, will that five cent nickel and Hickman, Ky April 11th, 18U8. Cuba, but says the only relief is for war, but from tbe President's ties. However, as It denotes a remitlu In effect nntll Deo. 8Mh, IMS, or one cent bronze pieces will be showing there does not appear spirit of improvement and proCouncil met pursuant to adjournment nntil rurtlu-- notice, riir tickets unit furnished on application In sums the "enforced pacification of tbe gress, we are glad to see the ques- o:i tho 7th inst. lYivetit, Mayor Dillon, full isirticular itntily to any Mobile & any sufficient cause. of t20 free of transportation island." What does that meant Ellison, Hoehu, Sanders unto Tirkt-- agent. tion agitated in a Wezt Kentucky CounciluH-charges, at all points reached by He says that Hpain has countv. and if the people nt Fal aud ThouiiMOti. Mr. ngent of the United States and connecting THE COURIER'S JEFrKKSOXIAN (1.) Suspended hostilities. lon county can make a success tf Chat. C. It. Travis, Railroad, the Xiuh.. & Ht. presented Illinois Central R. R. express companies. MAXIMS. it, in spite of disadvantages which an account ofLouis for car of rravclf (2.) Released the reconcentra-dos- . fU.OO blate not included in the late settlement with seem iurnrmountahle, it will Maintain The Democratlo Congressional tinuriMtil and appropriated 000,000 for Our first, and fundamental max- the way for its neighbor conutlis tho Railroad compauy for (Travel fur- Committee of the First District of DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE uiHiieu tne city. Kentucky met in Padacab last their help: im should bo never to entangle who will bo sure to follow so wns allowed On motion, tho (3.) That Spain promises to do onsclves in tho broils of Horope. week to arrive at a method of sea leader. Clinton Demo- and check ordered account for amount. from Nrw OrWaim la Mrmphli, ft. !alf, Lvuml lecting the Democratic nominee anything honorable iu regard to Our second never to suffer Eu- crat. On motion, the City Manhnl is direct Lonloillr, tliinnali, ubiaiijrt. From MtaiidiU ioOlr, Si. Loult, CM. for Congress. It was decided to tbe Maine disaster, and proposes ed to notify Mr. Kd. Wright to hat e hli rope to meddle with cisatlantic Ciuolnaall, Ixiiittill. sod from Ml fence moed back to tho line of hU lots t'eaaleiia. hold a primary, and July 10th was Loui lo Chleigo making ilirrrt eonnte arbitration. on Holly avenue, between Troy avenue affairs. set as the time. We have been so occupied par- and 2ud street, withiu ten days from Horn wlih through train from all polotf These things being true, wbat That we should wish to At a preliminary meeting held more does tbe President want people of other countries see the ing enormous pensions that ve this dato ; and failing to havu it done IVnrlli, Kitwi ami WrM free, in within tho time prescribed, the Marshal in Nashville on March 24th for hnd time nor menus J.o is ordered to have the same done at the InelqJInc Ilnlfalo, ltlbur, ClavtlanJ. purpose of holding a slate in- dpaln to do, since be (Ibo Presi us natural, orat least as justifiable have not the build fortifications, battle-shir- , N'w York, owner ot lots. wish to dustrial convention, May 11th dent) is opposed to recognizing as that one king should countries cannon, or to be ready for wir. exjH'UM) of thethe Mayor Mid directed to BUu, Klebmoml, SI. PblladdrMa, Paul, Mionarnli, was On motion, see tbe kings of other was set as the date. This con- tbe independence of Gubaf appoint a UnililliiK Committee to whom Oiuatia, Kna City, Hot Bprinc, Ark. European nations maintain a maintained iu their despotism. ooonrellon "I'h vention will be composed of repdcttlriuK to present military establishment, all pcrvKis within the erect any kind of and t'Dfrr Clo Vallry Route Solid If Spain is willing to do all these No other depositories of power Miitlwlppl building, corporate limits, Kl resentative business men from things, why was Gen. Lee recallwe maintain a more expensive dis- shall apply to aud obtain to Vrillbult Ually Train for than tbe people bave ever yet all parts of that state. eserect Kiiil buildings, und tho City AtT Why all this great prepara been found which did not end iu banded and unarmed military llubuquc, Nlatisx FaIIn, Op all the Kentnckiana who ed We have spent torney is directed to draw up a suitable tablishment. tion for war' And against whom converting to their own profit the very many millions inextratngsnt ordinance to that effect : wlierenpou the NIuhx City bave tendered their services for earnings of those committed to appoiutM tho following nl ot Ibr war, only Will Owens, evanescent is tbe army and navy to be used T their charge. and undeserved pensions. If this Mayor ih a standing Building Commit-to- and I, W'tH. a I'arllcnlari of th l' H H. tut comiMllu Hum. statesman who beat Breckinridge A government Is republican in had not been so. there wonld not : KULmn, Hoehu and Sanders. WM MUllltAY, Dtr. Pa... Ag.nl, New b wish rirrs once, Is willing to ao as a private. importance ixra--havinji coum realize xnoi proportion as every have been a deficit under any iev- - The following ordinances were pro- - Urliaaa. of with thein jm bill, mpla, The m.wl . .. it. of UnaiwU t a. acoTT. rl.. ! ,,Jj...U,H lm AQiial volco ill coin ennearfffa but id ways a tiecesH-r- mun City ,Councilo)iwikthe City of t.u vi uiuuiiucnniu. jutiv. (7IIUI.4. the Abri. Mb Owens wonld be willing to go in Diarrhoea Keniedy. Chaue of water direction or its concerns, us rep tiicl pbii. it narplua tbeae do nrdaiu iw follows : Col. Breckinridge's regiment. A. II. IUio, a. r. a., OMrago beafi aim niev rnqueutiv produces diarrlioci, resontatives chosen expenditures could have by himself That it shall bo unlawful for auv ner- - W A. Kaitoin. a. i. r. a. Lonl.tlll. bo quickly unrt to throw, or penult any The "enterprise" of the New which canFor sale by T.cured with this and responsible to him at short made. There was a surplus under son or personsemploy remedy. Swayno. T. tbe pension appropriations one In their to throw, any slop, periods. lork yellow journals has Inspired J. C. HI'KtUHT. legislation of tbe Fifty-firs- t filth or rubbish of any kind whatever D. Q. I'AUC If ever this vast country la the a paper In Wilkesharre to offer a The prison commissioners electon tho Muuwalks. gutters, alleys or price of 1500 in gold to the officer ed under the new law are still brought nnder a single govern- Congress came to be paid, aud ktrects of the City of Hickman ; or to ment, it will bo one of the most there have been deficits since. or private or a Pennsylvania PARK & SPEIGHT, from waiting for tbe courts to pass up- extensive corruptions, indifferent And if we bave war the pension permit any slop, tilth or rnlinUh to sit, their business houses or residences who, In the event of war, lay or remain upon any of the streets, captures the first Spanish cannon. on tbe constitutionality of tbe bill. and incapable oi wholesome care list will be increased with skin sidewalks, gutters or alleys of siidcity MAYP1KLD. KENTUCKY. over so wldo a spread of surface. The volunteers nud soldiers of i and an equal sain to the officer or The constitution says: thanu o"clock n. m., of each and Political dissension is a lesser the late war knew nothing about private who captures the first "Inferior State officers, not specifically pensions and thought nothing of,OT 'Zyvcmn or persons offending Will do a Oenernl Law Hnslness provided for in this constitution, may evil than the lethargy of despotSpanish flag. be appointed or elected in such manner ism, but still it Is a great evil, and tbem daring service, and did not,af.alut tl,u onlinanco shall be. lined not Fednil State Life insurance companies have us may bo prescribed by law, for a term it would be as worthy the efforts prepare their cases. Now manyu-v- t than Five Dollars nor mom than in eral, Courts, all the and aud Iu Courts not excocdiug four years, and until their already declared that in case of Dollan, each twenty-fou- r of the patriot as of the philosopher soldiers will know exactly how to Twenty dd slop, and or of Kulton County. ,1,,nM Liner-biwar all life Insurance policies successors nro elected nnd fpaalified." to exclude its influence, if possi- keep his record, so aa to prove mitu-- tososit. filth rubbish shall b..s Prompt Attention tllrtn Collrrtlon. Ijyorrenialn One of tbe commissioners was ble, from would be forfeited by those going pension when be comes home, dwniiil a separate otTeme. social life. n. into me army.nniess a speolal per elected, according to the provisaa the AMnit Each generation is os indepen- Many a diary will be Mayor, Diixox, mil is Becured. War is au extra ions of the law, for a term of six dent of the one preceding as that basis for pension application, and, w I. McCutciib!, CitySb.. DR. S. K. DAVIDSON Clerk. hazardous risk that Is not covered years, and agents win ue prepared, On motion, said ordinance was pas.wl therein lies tbe fight was of nil which bad cone before. pension by existing life insurance policies by unanimous vote of tho Council, and It has, then, like tbein, a right to for every contingency as ordered published aud sjire.vl upon With, the country full of insured against the bill. choose for itself the form of govme records. people, it wonld be difficult to ernment it believes most promoWAH PREPARATIONS. The Cltv Council of tho City of Hick- niOKMAN, KKNTU0KY WHAT IS WAR ! and soldiers willing to forfeit tive of Its own happiness. man do ordain as follows : their insurance. That it shall bo unlawful for any perEvery man, and every body of Murray Ledger: Congressman War the grand beneath son or persons liouso erect At MoMinrllle, Tenn., the other Wheeler says he expects war. We men on earth, poseeses the right the flacrisconsecrated paradethe blood or building oi to build orwithinanyho cor Offlco over Oowgill & Cowgill's any kiwi bv t nay, the Key. E. A. Bobs, tbn re thought so. It is generally under- of They receive i Drng Store. or ' City or lltclcman, vival preacher, asked all In bis stood that he has leased four ''war- it with their being from tbe band of a million neroes. in is also thn l""-"- ll""w obtaining from tho Huild- wlthont t congregation to rise who had ships," including that old of nature. Individuals exercise wily picket, tbe policy, tbe charge, ing Committeo (to bo apioiutel by tho a building permit. read a passage In the book of vessel, the "Paducab it by their single will; collections tbe roar of oonfllct and tbe desAny offending against this or- Hezekiab. About a dozen arose, News," while Ollle has a mlue of men by that of their majority perate death shall In) fined not 1cm than some of them church placed In tbe harbor of Gibraltar, for the law of tbe majority is tbe gle.) Twcnty-r'ivDollars nor moro thau Ono (Haceeiinr lo Win. PlrlHiriuk,) members. The evangelist said: aud several cruisers aud torpedo-boat- netural law of every society of War ia somelhlncr we all Ilk In Hundred Dollars "Why, God bless von, there's no MAtra in Attest, Tom Diixox, Sn., Mayor. are coaling for action in men. taiic about, (it somelhlug such book in the Bible I" There and around Jamestown. Tho day is not distant when we experienced man Iswants to see,no W. L. McCctciikh, City Clerk. If may require a meridian of parti-liowas a roseate flash On motion, wild onlinanco was passed some cneeka that bad been sallow through the ooeau which it can be honorably avoided.) boy. by a unanimous vote of lie Council, or Bknton will vote on local opWar is the wild clamor of a dered published and spread upon the for years. tion May 4. Wlckliffe votes on separates tbe two hemispheres, isb dream. (It is also a sea of des rocanh. on the hither side, of which no The Mayor and City Clerk reported The Louisville Times recalls tbe same proposition May 21. KENTU9KY. European gun shall ever be heard olation whose shores are lined tnat thny Una procured deed to the r.ast OlOKMAN, some historical facts of which all . Tub war taxes sbonld be raised nor an American on the other: with shattered hopes.) i .1 " 1,,J u ejiy tu. .n. .1 .!. oiiiii. ui uainuilclnni,.inMnni lotnilln,,iui, nuu ...1.1. tr.. id Americans can be and are proud. uy an income tax. if It is uncon ..i..l.' tier I. iud ood for The Times says: "Within little stitutional tbe constitution should and when during the rage of the song. (It is also tne sighing away deferred payments; and had :ilo ex eternal wars of Europe, tbe Hon of tbe yonng life, alone, benealti ecuted notes to A. A. Faris, Jr., und to 9-- FKKH DELIVGKY. more than a century of national be amended. aud the lamb, within oar regions, H. A. Tyler, per previous instructions ' independence the United States In 1762 soldiers from the Amer shall lie down together in peace. tbe stara.) the brilliant deed (hat from the Council. have waged six wars, not includWar is Btore Mo. 01; lies! On motion, the Council adjourned to Telephone ing oar conflicts with the Indians, ican colonies which afterwards (Origon of tbe Monroe doctrine.) to tbe the tariff, I should plants tbe banner isupon the frown meet on Wednesday, lUth lust., at 7 :30 No. 0(1. idence, As the revolution of 1776, a naval1 bacame the United States caning parapet. (It also tbe toljjjir o'clock, p. war with France In 1800; the war tured Havana nnder English lead say put down alt banks or Issue, of the bell lu the quiet cuurea tAtwt, m. w. Ij. UoCirroincw. ClUr Clerk. against England in 1812, tbe war ership, anu men of Massachusetts admit none but a metallic circula- - vard.l against Tripoli, tbe war against hauled down the Spanish flag on tion that will take Its proper levWar is the mother's pride at tbe ei wim tne like circulation in othMexico and tbe civil war. In all Morro Castle. Tiifrb is usually a provaloneo ot manu manly march of tho beardless boy. M. WITTING, tho changeable these tho American flag has been Onb of Cromwell's Generals er countries, and then our compe- (It is also tne laying or a wreath rheumatism, during aflllcUxl, procureami may wors In fair wet weather. If a used to pray In this fashion just factures Victorious." upon tbe untimely grave.) of Chamberlain's Pain Balm, bottlo DBALBR IN with those of other conn-triebefore iuto Lord tition and the import duties which War ia the exuberant thrill of which is only oxtemally used. It The testimony of Mr. W. W. do uot going forgetbattle: I forget me if thou quick relief und certain euro. For national pride. (It is also the solHoward, of New York, regarding tbe government may lay for tbe STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES tbe deplorable condltiou of the Thee;I for Thou kuowest, O Lord, purpose of revenue will place emn and serious problem of tbe salo bv T. T. Swnvno. urn going to be very busy oon cotnbatanta in Cuba, is that that TOBACCO, CI6ARS, ETC, tbem far above equal competition. FERHI.VS COMET. War is a glorious privilege. (It of a man who knows what misery this day." Thai commander usually wou his battles. This is a bint Is also a lasting and bitter sor is. He says that the horrors of Wide Open to All. Milton TJpdegraff, professor of Mr fitook Is alwaya Frih and Compltls, row.) Cuba exceed those of Armenia. to all Americana who go to Cuba, and I iavilt tat p ubllo la conn War is bravery. (It is also tbe Astronomy in tho Missouri Uni "Nowhere in Armenia," says Mr. Kentucky's highest ranking Paducah Register, ad soi mo. most indescribable Bavagery.) Howard, "did I see euoh suffering officer iu the uavy is Commodore versity, has observed for some Csib paid for Country rrodueo. War ia impulsiveness. (It la also and famine as I have witnessed in John C. Watson, a grandson of "As wide open bb a boot jack" time Perrlu's comet, better known Cuba among tbe paoiflcos and rTltllDg' otd stand, Clinton Blrsit, John J. Crittenden. He ia 50 is a trite saying, nevertheless it regret.) as the "war comet. Do says that Mr. Howard vis- vears old and was with Farragut covers tbe case in tbe matter of HICKMAN, KY. THE ADVEKTISI.XU 8CIEXIK. it has moved about a degree and ited both of these countries, in as Flag Lientenant during the tbe primary called by the Con. a half a day in a mouth. company with Miss Clara Barton, civil war. Ho was made a Com- gressional Committee tor tbe First Six hundred millions of dollars In a northwesterly direction, modore last November. oi tne uea uross. He is A now Governor of tbe Naval Home District. will perusal of tbe pro- is the estimato by well Informed uearlv parallel with tne horizon The Kentucky and Tennessee satisfy the most ul- authorities of the annual sum ex- and at four o'clook in tbe mornceedings Insurance board has made an Im- at Philadelphia. tra llberalist that tbe doors were pended for advertising in tbe ing, it Is just visible to the naked portant ruling with regard to third The Spring eleotions all show opened wide enough to permit United States and Canada. These eye, With an opera glass tho aud fourth-clastowns In Ken- that the reaction in favor of De men of any political faith what' out, and Is about tall can tucky and Tennessee. Hereafter mocracy that was begun last year soever to participate in tho nam- are tremendous figures, and ibey a degree be made Its visibility decompel earnest consideration of long. Splendid Selection of all policies for fire Insurance will in many large cities is extending ing of a nominee for Congress, be the real value of tbe investment pends on the oloarness of tbe air. only be Issued with the "Iron safe mis year to oilier Kepublloan he Populist, Gold liug, Republi which they represent. They comet is about 40,000 miles clause" as It is known. This makes strongholds. In the Milwaukee can, Free Silverite, Prohibitionist, monstrate by their magnitude de- The diameter, with a bright nucleus NEW BOOKS, tbe tbe assured agree to keep a set of election last week David S. Hose, Democrat or me Jeneraoniau prime Importance of tho science in 8,000 miles in diamoter. The bead books showing tbe condition of Democrat, was elected Mayor by stripe down to au ardent nnd un- of advertising iu the conduct of is more than 100 times aa large aa his business, together with an in- 8,000 majority, and the entire STATIONERY, compromising Bryonlle, or any business enterprises of earth. Tbe volume of tbe bind. ventory of the stock on hand. If ticket by 4 000 maioritv. other name by which ho might be They justify persistentevertpains- the is mncb greater. The total and tall the assured does not possess an The Itepublioau candidato was the designated. Lot bitn be white. taking effort to so establitb the mass of tbe comet, however, is NOTIONS, &(, iron safe, ho is to take his books personal representative of Henry bluck or yellow, tbe right baud of fundamental principles or ills Im- much smaller than the ont or the Insured building at C. Payne, the greut party boss of fellowship will be extended to him portant business adjunct tint tbey sinoe its density Is so mncb earth, less. Call and see our Stock. Every night, it is pointed out that tbe the State. Hose's maioritv is the and a place in tbe ranks accorded may be safely followed, aud to so Prof. TJpdegraff states that tbe keeping of an Inventory facilitates biggest Known eluoe Iho Peck biui upon affirming that it is his widely promulgate them (bat ancient belief that there was any tbe adjustment of tbe insurance iundslido soverul years ago. Mi- desire to affiliate with the Demo-cretl- every reputable business interest connection between wars and tbe thing up to date. party and to support tbe msy havu accurate knowledge of coming of coraota has heon dissiand is good both for the polioy lwaukee weut for MoKlnley in 1890 holding company aud tbe assured. by a tremendous majority. nominee. Mary Bekexdks cfc Co. tbem. pated by modern sciouce. FlVK hniulred Ns'vnjo -. -- .' 1 clart'tl Probably Ni IK- Mlrriliiy. As per niiiionncement tho McKlnley Knocks Out the War met ut 1'Hdiiuah, April Oth Props. mid decided to hold n primary oti Ill (HiiniieMMnr -- - mm-enr- Gin-clnint- 111 - w n wt-r- (miiir-iKnt- i. t ., tervt-utii- np-mea- Then-fore- wol-tr- onrlx-lovw- oat-headli- We.iru .m.i winner. the lOlli day of July. The polls D.iU, eomtiilttco appointed to InviMti. Tho aro to lie open from T a. in. to 4 p. irate tin sub Liability of rouMrtirtitiK n Cllulou in., and the voting is to bo by ha! system of wnvrniKn on roort : strevt, presented the following lot. Tlipre was some discussion To the Honorable City Council of Hickus to (iniilillcntions of voters, but man, Ky of the following was Anally agreed to: The on fewer, tvsectfully rcjKirt that "That all voters who supported thev rwoiiinieud that u sewer lo put iu tho nominees of the Chicago Con- frrnn tho w.ipm factory mi Clinton Z vention ut the November election street to the end of Kchamro slrei-tIn lSDn, ind nil voters who have thence down Kxrhnnp utrci t und across ; since that tlmo arrived at the age lots North of name to Comuierclal Btreet the tlmwi twenty-onand will be eligible thence of tui- Commercial street toinch li of twelve and fifteen to vole at the coming November rier, with hk'i' inch Y'sat iuttrseclioiis pi iv, election, mid who aiinouuco to tho of Obion. Tilitiewfiov, Union, Cumberofficers or this primary their land siiil Kentucky streets, mid hix Inch to affiliate with the Demo- Y's, otie for each lot on both sidm of to Union Clinton Mrn't from cratic party; nnd all other voters street, auil four six inch Y's from Union who express to tho officers of the to street, ami two six inch primary election their desire to fmiii Teiineseo t Obion stnt-t- . A i participate in the primary eleotlon, ktatement show iiir the amount of pipe aud tlielr intention toamiinte with rnml Y's. siuiroxiiuatelr, nml price, U as pirt liereot. the Democratic party, aud who Kchpectfally submitted April B, I&08 ! will agree to support tbe nominee 14. 1 . l.LLl.MJN, iu the final election, shall be eli C. K. Hocv, J . W. Co wo i ll, Com . glble to vote iu tho primary eleo Sktii Cuiimn, , lion made under this call." B, utiiUr-dKtied- . com-liiittc- Coulieilineii Kill-o- n, Unohn, ThunipMiii, :: to IllU'lt llroat. I1M -S- ) agjan sDBALmt aHSSh- ARKANSAsW e TEXAS Indnm-mKlila i'L nj Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Musical Instruments, RRPAIRINQ ; ! A8PIKiAIrr. WORK OUARANIVRD! Call and See our New Stock of Jewelry. HU I41A., KV. e CIIhIoh Ntrrcf. - rmlM,uilneTtr-rallu8-croi-- i. ! li I i : - ''Majestic" Cooking Kanges. The Best in the World ! Yen 'hhhsi fflnke n HlNtitk llli-- ! rui-rlr- - la Buying One of these Ranges f One of its Strongest Points Is Ha - a-ou- a 1ft ah kTSwl a jrifu In-- irb, u. l'" tllrt-cllIx-i- r ; - - .!,,. rVTuS - ECONOMY nukes Hisonlts In Haying n "MMJeatlo" IN TUB USE OF FUELL 4 ,dE : : ! - Arlian-ffuun- d ucani Minnies llln-llm- MrIiI Itrrsd In 40 Minnies. of Kcnnonilcnl Cooking e - - - - : : : . - lAe-m.t- n --- - t : Call ami Kxamlnr Thrm, Yatt'll llHjr mm Olkrr. I Ml 3Et 33 KANtrAi-TvnrM- BaREI'V,AlRI5 tiir I f laiid-bo.der- m " 1 IIKKMVN WAGON CO., r celkmhatkb HfBBaslWaRBflaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiBBHBL mu-Itnr- y Halh-ou- d r 1 HICKMAN WAGONS,. HJLOIC3sJ:-A.3- r KENTUCICY. rr VAKMI1RS M )Mm E. CASE. NATIONAL BANK, llalil-morv- . llv-in- g II. BUCHANAN, CAPITAL STOCK $50,000. DIRBOTORS. n, J. J.C. IlO.NDURAKT, It. TIHIEI.KI'.I.P, M ,L. 8IIAW, J W, ALEXANKKR, J A. THOMl'aON. A.TiioMf- - Conn-cUmc- n n O li. ncciiANAN. I .!.. SX Caibltr; rroiitoi j j. j. ItKN RUTKKNUA I.U, FFIOB Ti,3 c. noNnmuNT, & vir-rrtu- ij . . Afililanl-CathUr- Hick-ma- n I KERR RA1TDLS, reg-ime- r i,-- Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, &c 2FINE WATCH ANO JEWELRY REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Genuine Setb Thomas Alarm Clocks for 3 Doors East of Laclede Hotel, B, T. TILKB, Sr- - 1,00. HIOKMAN.IKV. n. r. joiixwsi, Press-Transcrip- t. m. t. w battle-scarre- d - .... ") 6 o ..... hand-to-han- d Strug-j.llnanc- o G. HICKMAN K BartiQtt, Provisions, I long-tim- e I s Paid Up Capital $50,000.00. R. T. TYLER. 0. A. IIOLCOMBE, J. NAYLOH, W. II. IULTZEK J. W. COWOILL. W. L. McOUTOHUN, W. O. JOHNSON.. 8 aBnaa5a a. Praa't. C. A. IIOUtlHRK, T. rrM'l. AKE, .! HIOHMAN, KENTDOttT. aLaaatat. o'er-sprea- d n Fancy Groceries nnd I RtinPLVN 4ID UNDIVIDED PROFITR 10,800. yonr unsiness. Wo offer the most Llboral AccommotinlloBt Solicits to our Customers Consistent with Kstublislied Hank nt rrlnclples. . it. cin-um- "l The Cast! Grocer J. '0 s, ts tax-payer- .) Cash Book Store. For Rule by O. A. Holoombo. Oowgill & OowbIII and T. T. Swayn ALEX.A.FARIS&SON, wnoitvur.c and A. F. OLIVXSR, Blacksmith and Undertaker HIOKMAN, s kitail dialkm in Pittsburg Coat of all grailta, from KENTUCKY. Dem-ooratl- o Flrtt Pool to Slack. GIVKMK Pptl.. Hllffl fnm VO ,w t. AA ,u Ton, aceordlof to gr&di. ...w ATRIAL whts you win ilonr, or repair In Wafona, c. iloraealioalng specialty I alao kep full Una o( .- -n rus v.w ! . par Undertaker's Goods, o .tThJut,l"?f "",Cfll o( lsU lb (liatrenci In the Ibeaama, lilt th lump. AI.CX.A, FAtllS &S0.V. Common, HomwooJ, ami Doll J Black Wall DUtCoftJui ami Caati, which oan ba tltaJ up on ahort notice, ami at (irleva. (lire ma a call, air Shop near lb Jail. ronM iik 1 fiV-JUa- laV "- - .m fmVH. A t 5f,;i,;iJi " 1 'icj "VH ...?. rf- - LOCAL NEWS. )f clllckfll Oft remind in, To keep picking All Iho tlinu; Ami (li'Mitititf, I.CIVO Ix'lltlld lis, Koiiiethliur Unit will I.ivCS nmc wm wmtatm MwtmMnxm Do You Know T?TTTTTnmmTT?mTT?!t?mtTTT?Tmn?TTnTTnTU!mmmTHm??T!t?TT?T?TTTTmmmTTmTtT?TTTmtTTm!T?mT?!?TT CLOTHING. KW1I1 OIIITUAKY. Died, iu this county, ou tho SOth dnr of .Mnrch, Mils. Mpttj, aged ill yenrs, t months nnd days. Ween uot for thoso who hnvo gone to rest. TliouBh sho suffered much, sho lore her afflictions with great fortitude. Bho was well loved nnd liked by nil who knew her. Tho object of a foud father and a doting mother's heart. Sho Was tho prldo of n loving hnsuand, nnd was an nffectiouato wife. 'Tis siwl to loso onr dearest ones, yet death chooses not his victims, but claims nllko the yonng nnd tho old, tho good and the bad, What n solemn warning to nil lo pro paro for his coming. A precious ono from as Is gone, A voico wo loved is stilled, A place is vacant iu our homo Which never can bo filled. Hearts nro weeping, Dora, darling, Hut, nlns nil vain nro tears ; "Twill not bring thco back among m Though wo weep for thco fur years. But, alas I wo cannot seo thee, Ood has taken back his child ; Called thee back among tho angels, tho Definition of FAIR PRICES? Store News 1- -5 at ELLISON'S. 11 GROCERIES. 1ua 1 1 IJnng thodlinii. Uneidn Times. EHHBHH liii.J fl Head tlio Council proceeding. Tim Imse ball cnon opiis Try Cocoa rinkes, at CluyirV "Keen olT tlio unwrt" slfpis will now Jn.iko their niipeuriinco, Arthur Shaw, of Plate I.lnu, has returned fnim Nnslivlllo, In 3' pair nt lt.vkrt. Mutant, of Htnto I.ino, made business trip to Nnshvlllo this week. l'wimf'rCTi v fT&- - Touch, fa II, O. i -r- tnggrwvr-wr lv-o- n (Jim llcrrliiK und .Inn. TIkiijiji-son- , In n Knat phircs it ininim In of Union City, spiiit Hominy hem. fi'rlor Koodn, liuinv on frywhrro. Hrrw hut not Card Reechi rs lfa, nt Rocket. it mi'iiiiH ranfiil thotiKht ; uttrntion to tho unmllent di'tailii, rixht buying Mr. nml Mrs. bwnn Uurrm, of near nml right itoru inaiin)i'imnt. Htnto Line, cut tuDntnlrii hist week. If wo can mvd inouvy in rurrylnir, on Tlio City Council was in mAilim ourlmxlmv can't mi nfToril, nml hau Monday ami Vlniday nights of thlH n't wo tho riKht to niiiko low pricof VfWI, FKK.SH FRUITS nrolvcd nt Ocycr's. Good DON'T AliWAYB Tim Charleston, Mo., church people Ciwt lot of Monry. ricttm fou.w iroiu it "c.iko wall." entertainment. For In t.anro, OUR lino of t'iM) and 2.(M) UIiim-- nml Oxforda The nnuinl illimite ns to whether tlio fruit is nil killed or not, bt on In U proof i'uoukIi that W1J (,'ivo tho butt earnest. vnluu nt tho prlro. Mi'Danibl'h 'IWU HmrinR "Miwn gyr Things ilUKK'tA WKu - Monday. Miss Ola riuuiuicrwcll, of Calm. 111., is vUitlnu her aunt, Mrs. Jciiulu Mini dox, on Troy uvt'iiuu. NOTHING hut UUnku's Candy sold ny ttejer. If you wish to mnlre yourself popn-lnKite other HSjplu u chanro to talk iiWmt thwiwhi oucv tu u hili'. MLw Irene Wntnou cnuiodoun from Union City, Kritlny. nml took thitstcntii-i- t Owi-oIthnt iiIkIh for her homo In Aliulml llciiil. llnvo ynu spcti Sluw'fl 5, 10 and i!5a counters T 4--W jht tiortionof thn county uttcuded ty court nnniN'r of cltiztus from tint tip. coun- RIOE NAYLOH'S CASH 8IIUB BTOItli. Ilcltn r & DikIiLi nni iirnniK'liiK for n new iron nml pinto (,'hiM front. The contract for liuililliiKMr. V II. Unllr.ir'H ni'W II nxmi riniilrnco hiu let to Mr Chiw. Overhy, iuiU work Will IM OOUlUII'llCltl IKHIU. A largo lot of Uautlful floor JInlliiiK. ull grade, at low pried, H. O. Amiikro. Mm. W T. Iluckmr nnd ihuiKhtiT, MUi iln, Uft yestcrtlay for Cairo, Ilia. Mr. H. rina gouo into lmilnin in that city, and will main it hli homo. Tho river ha fallen iiiorti than .'I feet, nml contiiiDix to fall. Tho Mm 0Khy nml ilaoKhti-r- , Mm. Inudi will bo clear by thia tlmo of MurhVhl, enmo down Kiimlnv to uttt ml iho fmirral of Mnt. tAwby'. licit wetl", and lxjttom fnnuent rendy for work. UtiT, Mi. l'luniincr. U-cr, nu MoKlnnpy'n HI. Loulu Hrrncl. who hw Imi-in tlm city of NYw tlio boat marie, at W. F. Okvku'b, iiionlhx, will A protracts! mating haa !kii in return hi mm shout tho llth. progreiw at tho liaptUt church thli week uuu w cm 4J.50, now 178, at txiuduetel by the junior, T. C. Mnhau, t tho and Klder U'illiama, of Clinton. The Tho jh'oiiIo nt Union City lino vol-(i- l aermoiu wero highly Inturwttlng and iu to iwun lnbi, f 5.(00, to cxtahliiili trnctirc. n new (4ly cumcti-rThey will Imnto The State Agricultural Comuilfvlnn-er- , it two or monunili'd from town. Moure, tch graph from Frankfort kllletl all tho Mm. H.ajaCoriir dleil Sunday, at tlmt the recent her hoiiii! ueiir Mount Cnrmel, llvu uillert peach, cherry nml jniir eropn In thin noiiliMiMt of Fulton, and wan buried at btnte. ThU limy bit tme ekewheru, hut tlioCot'iitt.H ia iuItLmi! that it U nut tlio cemetery Monda Kultuu of Gouuty Mlw MnU'l Krwii'h, vWtitiK' York for rl.itli thiut Hac-kt- Hj. p. ixr . "w. u..uiuu4iumuu4sUiiuu4iu..uuaiuaamau.ii4iuuiuuuuu.uuuumiu.iuitUuuu.UtUui..aum.f -s--i -- recommend these as the best TIES AND SASIrKd. Va large DOMESTIC. Excelleut quality, unbleached, usual 5o grade, 3Jc assortment of the neV fringed value made, Ties nnd Sashes, ln Plaids, Bleached, almost as good as .bruit of Ijoooi, and worth 8c. at Co S1nrG Wo call speciale Stripes aud Fancies. Oyp to 83. on t0 0Uf of 2 Prints remnants, 1 to 12yds 3 TliVgreat-es- t Ladies Shies and Slippers. HANDKERCHIEFS. line of these wo hava ever MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. These They nro made of best Viol goods are cheaper than yon Bbown. More styles anh betKid, nicely trimmed and flnlnli-ed- . can tnako them. Drawers. ter value. and are (he most perfect Pnre Linon, herastllchoi 7c fitting Shoes on the market. Good Domestic, wide hem, 25o Fine, sheer, alt pure Lip en. ' Bettor qnallty, wide lace, 35c We show them in Blacks mid Hemstitched and Embroidered Browns, some all Kid, some GOWNS. Excellent quality maregular 25o quality. with Vesting Tops, Ooln, terial, 2 Inch Embroidery, COc Our price 15c, 2 for 35c. aud Uoiiiinou Sense toes. Better grade, 75c, fl.00, 1.25. READY-MADSHEETS A5D $1.50 buys a Genuine Kid Shoo, SKIRTS, COc. PILLOW-CASES- . Best qualin Button and Lace, all solid. ity sheeting. Hemmed and CARPETS, Oil Cloth, Mattings, Slippers at 50c and'upward. Linoleum, Moquette, 8myrna Hemstitched Sheets, bleached Rags, Carpet Paper, Window $1.00 Menssolid.sabitautial Work full aize, 55c. Pillow Cases, Shades and Curtain Poles. Shoes. bleached, 42x30, 15c. atton-oituia. Why jmylJfi.OO to $10.00 tnoro lhati appearance, nnd tlio selling ioa ought, just to be ablo to Tho store h taking on quito R Spring-lik- e ny tlmt your Suit wns tnnilo lias commenced in earnest. Sales lor March show an increase over to order! Don't yon know Hint March of last year oi 31 per cent, and we expect still better wo enn soil rou a Halt rendy lo thin month. Hero you will nml gome items oi interest, nnd tlio wonr, bih! equal in every g"(" will please you still more. to the Hulls nmilo to or nml aavn yon tlmt difl'or tier, PRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. PticoT Exutnliio tlio Hulls wo lire showing this Spring, nud yon will be eouvincod tlmt our very large line of Wash Kal. Of these goods wo are showing IO OO Mens Suits aro equal to some specially good things. the sails costing 815.00 to 18 rlos. of every description. Or. tuiitlo lo order. Vo show a Etaminos, in plain and stripes gundie Kayo, Lappet Malls, proat vnriety of cloths and pat are very pretty clients, 15o Printed Check Muslins, Lawns, terns, lllncks, Iilues, neHt Madras Cloth, Zephyrs, elo. HINDOO CLOTH. A plain black Checks and I'lulds, In Wors. Prices start at 3e up to 50c goods, very fine cloth, Is a very teds, Oassltneros, Olnys and MOUSSEL1NE DE SOIE. The popniar olotb, 30c Yacht Olntli. Perfect in HI and great Imported novelty for 1898 trako nn, we wilt guarantee In Zurich, Switccrlaud. SILK GRENADINE. made satisfaction. A silk material of flueet tex. BRILLIANTINE8, In plain and tare, 30 inches wide, aud or figured, at 35 to COc 1 50 will buy a good Salt from far belter value tlmn any print- B ATI NDUOH ESSE. 8omebenu. us. ed eilk iu the market. tlful patterns, at very low figMEN'S PANTS, COc and tipwnrd. Otdy 40c ures. Black Silks of every deBHIKTS. An Immense stock from OKGANDIES. Among all tho scription. Klo to 91.50. sheer nnd gauzy ttxtnres for SKIRTS. We show a full line or Summer weur there are none UNDERWEAR. Men's BalbriR. ready-mad- e Skirts, well made that surpass the Orgauriies in irnu Undershirts, 25c. in the very latest style. Linens We art showing popularity. BOYS SUITS, GOutoSflOO. plain and striued. Figured greut number of cxixisite paOur t4 00 Una Hoys Suits are Worst oils, Mohair, Urllllantlnea ttern, both In jjlio Dnmnallo or all Wool Oooda, sewtnailo and Bilks. Prices atari at aud Importen gooitoTTrlces: ed with silk and made up in $1.25 and op to 0.5O. lGc", 2oo aud 30o. tho best possible; manner. We Patent Flour S5.00. Pkgs Arbuckles or XXXX Coffee for 81.00. 8 lbs. Soda for 25c. Pic-Ni- c Wash Goods. ihWfn. Black Dross Goods. Sugar Cured 1 Hams, 7c per lb. Cooking Stoves We $5.00 and upwards. carry a Urge stock of eery description. in Hardware. Everything liue. And with grief my heart Is wild. Faro tlio well, our own dearlnvcd one, On tho bright aud golden nhore, Wo will ry to meet tnco, Dora, Whero we'll part no, never, more. Dkvoted Friknd, Maoqie. the Hardware Cheap Hates to Arkansas and Texas On April 6th and 10th, 1808, the Cot ton Belt Route will sell round trip tickets from St. Ijouis. Cairo nnd Memphis to nil points in Arkansas. LonUtnnn. and I Texas, nt ono faro, pins J.O0 for tho l round trip. s will tm allowed I on golnn trip within IS dnys, and tlck . I cts w 111 bo roo to return within 81 days Btop-over- Harness and Saddlery. We carry at all ii hue of -- '1ilj8SL. Dressed Lumber, Doors, I AMWMt Window Sash and Blinds, Shingles, Lime, s splendid opportunity for to secure u gisxt location. For lull particulars ns to rates, etc.. and for freo copies of handsomely illus- tratMi pampmets ntxmt Arkansas, lx)ols-iinund Texas, write to home-seeker.i iiiu iokiiu jjcit paves airocriy inro tho best portions, of Arkansas, Louisiana aud Tfias, nud this will baa Utf V VMItf. J.. , j , Trav. Pass. Ag't, Cairo, Ills., or K. W. LaBeaumk, O. P. & T. A., St, Mo. Louis, M. ADAMI. Per-foot- o Cement and Builders Material of every description, aud are prepared to give estimates on any quantities desired, and at lowest possible prices. t- E s. elijIso in tured a pigeon that bore a from Audree fails to tell whether the message was written iu English or Icelandic. He also fails to tell what the Norwegian bus been subsisting upon during all these months of absence at the North Pole. The United States mail carrier in Alaska who claims to have cap- rues-sng- o Executrix Notice. V. It. IIIINRY IkKAII. AN ii-i- Allrtrctl NeitNationM II In K.I re. lO $ QUEENSWARE, fr aEA'i r yKEmiram -- Uim-iiera- Iran Fulton tlilUK U Tho ijnalltv of Kid llInctT whflK ami ti)iiil, nlito ?llk I (ilinc mid Mltta. found nt II. O. Amiikiio. Tho rejmrtol duel to the death Uv Ivrwii Tom Maun mid l'olk Mlehell. two I ITlllfWl ....... f!itv ImjIm ... n tin.Mv i.l.l'yn ....... fill w.. ..i j iiilir, v as n cruel can.on!. Tho wholo 1CJ Nt ;ioi, cn . fi XimIi wm tho llratiaan toadvcrtlio. He mlvertiMil tho ttoixl and it c.imo through ull right. Tho fellow who Iatig!ieI nt advertising got ilrowueil, ninl ItMTVed them right. Kver hluro No ill V tltae tho mUertUor has bteu tinwpiring. whilo thu other fellow ix being aw allowed up in u HikkI of dlnan-te- r -- deuliil. mitter, and voa mtmtuow have n build-lunull fnim thU committee tiefore you can build or ireot nny kind of a l.iiuxi w itliiu llui lillllU. g.W For 1'alnt. OiN, YnmUhix mid HriuliiM of all kluiU, go to HWAVNK'S 1 Hickman now hai n Ilnllding Com- lrnj ritoio. There h a vrldo illffrrvucci ltwion the man who U willing to U bled for Ilia country and the one who ditiirvn to MiihI )il country, ami tlu'ro uro both fonud. hurl to Tho Uickninu young joplo enter tallied with n dance, hut Fridar evening, .Mhwh II. O Alexander, M. A Molt. (inn. Herring, Hiury Dnhnku uml Juo. ThomiMiu, of Union Cily Ya( Craoh Hata uml CnjM ISo mid 21c at Kucket. Tho next reinlitr nntlnir of hi Hickman Untitling Loan Awoolation ' will bo held nt the court hoae next Tlmnulay nlsht, i'lut itut. A full of tho member U dii.ln.xl. The jiropcrty dmtniction by water thia Hring hna tMrn wry gre.it Uth I'iMt nml wcxt. Thu dnmagi in Ohio nro fKtimntcd nt ten mlllinna of dollar, mIiII.i in thU ktuto they nlMi rtnch a large hum. ii Shirt WsUt. with collnr nly uic, nt the ItneVet. Dil entity lon anld tho Powell nnitMTty Mondny Tho farm, S.'O ocnn, va bid otf by J. J O. Boiidurnnt (it f'JJOO; tho lialin4 lnmaoat f1,tX0, Ac. Theo pricm nru regarded aa very low. )noof thu most HunirUing of uitriotlim and bnivery yet given la found in the fnct thnt no ninny M'tinuuof tho last wiir nro ready to return to tho hard tnck of tho mat unu villi Htom teeth nnd rekindliHl vigor. gjm 1j- - n box of Philadelphia Ulioc-olat- o coviTixl JtoliLiDis Ciiudy, for 10i, 1 cxhlbl-Mtiona H. O. AMliERO. A local dnunatio company of Troy U billed to prcaeut "K.ut Lyuno," ut City Hall, on tho 22ml. Tho tcrform anco li for tho benefit of Obitm Colli ge. Tlio company, wo art) tulvitod, i com- or very flno luiiiiu talent nml in jwiki-i- l merit iu tho iirerteutntiou of thU old. jwpulnr ami highly nympathetio play, tho Jilk'luYit commendation, nud have received iilxTal patroii.igo nt imiuts liitid Wo triHt our neighbors will bo greeted w ith a rtal ovation. -- Tho Young Woman's Christian Union, of Hickman, will hold nil Oratorical Context, for a Silver imnlal, ThurtKtay ev nlug, April 31st. nt b p. iu., ill tho MethiHlUt church, Tho cimtrat nuts will In Mime Virginia Luteu.Jeu-m- e Davis, Kll.t licit. Franklo Heed, Ida Adams ami Maud LuuHford, A year's nliscriitlon to the American Homo .Mtigrulno Ls to bo avanli-- l ns n second prize. A musical progrum, consisting of solus mid chortiicH, by the yonug women, will iuteniMrsetho nvitatloiiminil n colluctioii taken for tho bent lit of the Y. W. O. T. U. puhi: AIU, OKYKH ha moved into tho Iluckmr uuihllui; A l'eunsylvnnln woman haa Inxent-i- t "lly iciio" for wir window M by which aim cluima tlmt the IUm will nMrl ntf K riMMii. It liwtf In) that I'euiMvlvimia tliiw nro of a di( fen ut lurtil or U'tter educutnl than tho Keutuckr iufcccta, but if they ntv n. "oniery'' na our homo iirodnct tliey will not "ahoot that clmto" nnle-- i they nro proi rly and vlgoromily "hIkxhuI." !XQ All kliitU uf lluilding Material on ii.iiid. LnmU'r, IXmrH, S.uh, Ulluds, l'aliiln, Oil, Lockn, Hinge, etc. nt (leyer'a. Tho U. S. MRS. SA1.LIK A. I'Ll'MMKII, widow of tho Into W. H. Plummer, died suddenly, nt the family residence iu Ilickmnu, Hatunlny, tho 9th lust. Tho deceased wn np ougiigal iu honsohold duties, when wiu suddenly stricken, nud died in n few minutiirt nftcrwiu'ds. Tlio ileceascil wns one of tho oldest residents of Hirkmnu, well known, uml most highly esteemed by our wholo )Koplc. Her llfo wns tho embodiment unco ia to bo considered. JUST RECEIVED. of ull tho virtues of a true tiud good BkjrOno barrel of round hoop woman wife, mother, sister, friend, Tho Inrgest lot of Onrpet Samples over Ohio river Salt for 75o, for the ueigh)M)r, nnd her death will bo uiouni-is- l tirouKiit to iilckinan, nil irrniies irotn by nil who knew her. Sho was bu- tho cheapest to tho tluest. I invito uoxt 30 tluys. at M. B. Shaw's. ried ut tho City Cemetery, Sunday, nt U If ono form of Idiocy in particular p. iu., Khler J. II. Koiilhao conducting uvcrylxxly to call and mo them. H. O. Avilir.ni). is cnicuinteii to nrremt tlio delicate mm tho funeral services. nihilities It is tho "deary," "darling," TWENTY YEARS OLD. "lovoy," "angel," "ilnoky," ''iwwt-honrt,- " For Polite rorrespondeace. "honey," "hnbhy,r habit nnic- Tho tolophono was twenty years ticeil by somo men nud their wivi lit Kino Hiu Paper, Tnhlots nnd Knvel-ohtho prcscuco of guitH. Iu miMt ciu-eCobweb Fibre old last week, nnd yet few people from tho tisnuo-likthis kind of "taflv" is a scurco nrticlo to thu heavy Imierlal Hond, ut can rotuoinbor when tho first mes In tho liomivi of thubo who dtapviuu it so WILSON H 1JOOK BT0IIR. irtHiiy in puiiitc. sage was sent by this method. A FKKSII UULK (J.VHIIKN HEED. STATE COMMKItC'ItL t'OXYESTIOM. dispatch from Professor lioll, who was at Haleui, Mass., to tho Hoe-to- n Gall at once, as they nro going Tho deejs'ulug Interest of tho people Globe was the means of openfast. Also Onion Sets, nt of tho State iu tho Commercial Conven11 oi.com iik'h Dkuo Stoke. ing to tho world thia iuvontion, tion, which is to Is) hold in Louisville, which has truly revolutionized the THU superiority of onr Coffees Moor- on Mny llth nud 12th, Is emphasized. menus of communication in onr ed for us tho World's Fulr routruot. Tho lmiHirtauco of this convention to daily life. It wns considered won-dorfOluihO & Sanborn. under-stixnt that time to spoak over Tho supeiiority of Chiwo & SnuUirn's tho wholo state is coming to bo in many iituutent whero it was a wire at a distauuo of a few CoITihm kihmiiiiI lor mo tho best Cotfeo 11. IIltiunan, trudu iu Ilickmnu. uot rcnlicd before, nud tho luillcntlons miles; but we 11 nil nothing Agent for Ohiuo it Siiuboin's Impo- now are that it will lo well nttcuded remarkable in hearing a friend rtation. aud productive ot substantial results. speak who is 2,000 miles away. Kxtenhlvo preparations nro being Aud who known what tbe uext jnndo for tho interstate meeting of Odd Wo Bay Out of the Trust dooade way produce iu ImproveFellows which meets nt Mnyflcld on tho SUth inst. An arch, olghty-tou- r fiot and secure bargains hi Wall P.iicr. ments. feot high, Is be- Look nt theso: wldo by soventy-throA oood luvestmeut Is to rmrclmso a L'mbotfsud UUt, 20 nnd 25c Bolt. ing erected on llroailwiiy, from whloh u lsittlo of Ohniuberlnlu's Cough Remedy. Ingrain, 0o Bolt. speakers' plntforru will lw suspended. Gilt, 12)40 aud 16o Bolt. It is good when yon first tako a cold ; it ThU is ono of tho largest triumphal Whito and Brown bucks 10 und ISttfo. is gissl when your cold Is seated aud nrches over erected in this country, utul 1 Bolt (48 ft.) iHinnl 3 rolls. s your lungs nro soro. It is good foT any will have n twenty fwt span. Tho kind of ti cougn una is pleasant, and New Stock, just received nt nro lending nil assistance to tho easy to tuko. For salo by T. T. Hwuyuo. Wilson's Book Stouk, Odd Follows to havo n growl uiuetlug. Ilickmnu Tneadny nnd cnrriinl off to Pmlticnh tniiin imiro colonil violatorM of the local option law, "Undo Hum" no- earH to Ut terribly iu earnest nftiT tho illicit whisky trndo Agency for nil kinds of colored Klectrio CIloUw. Iam irlci. Oeyer's. Kliu Oivdii Hik II, Woodmen of tho World, will hold their next regnlar meeting ntOdd Fellows Hull next Wed- eday night, i'Oth inst., nt 7 : 80 o'clock. A full attendance of tho nmiuticrrt Is enrni'lly de.slriil, iu. biHluivvj of iuiKrt l'UHK WATF.lt, and l'UHK COFFHK, Aro what men uml women need. Thcso IhMow health nml hnpiiiucNN on nil who have them. Puro nil amies from above ; punt water tniin K'low; nnd pure cofII. HUOHANAN, fee from Agent for Ohaso & Suuboru's Imixir-tatiouXrnrslnl dropped into nt" Mr. W. R. Henry, verj generally known as "Whit Henry," dieil in this county Sntnnl.iy lout, nnd wns Imried Sunday. Ho lmd lxn in 111 health since InM November, but his condition wns not considered serious until tho jmst few weeks, when It wns know n that hU body nnd mind were rapidly falling. Ho wns 00 years old and lielonged to one of tho old pioneer families of Fulton county, Itolug a son of tho Into Jno. D Henry, In thu ery beginning of tlm Civil war, ho volunteered and went will, tl.ti vrry Urot (HimpAuy t'tVlrutnla After the wnr ho returned home, nud hns rnntinnnnsly liriil tho llfo of n cltl-rcplain farmer, n (piict, a good neighbor and n true friend. In war, his old comrados, thoso who shared hardships nud dangers in common with him, loiir witness thnt ho was brave in action, true in fellowship, hut ns uucouiprouiUiug m the storm when aroused. Iu tlu.o tcrriblo days of war, when the fury of human passion wru rnuuiug riot over the land, tho enrungo of death was not confined to tho battlefield ; but mnuy feuils, many private gnevaiici-s- , uuuiy wrongs, ninny differences, wins iiuswirod iu Mood. Tho couits were not, nud thoAugcl of Peace had flown from tho breast of Man. Aud so it happened that iu iIiomi evil dnys, n gisKl, worthy ami noble citizcu of this county, Mr. Ueorgo Newton, was rob-Ihby n Iwind of outlaws, nnd somo days thereafter was shot from tho road side nud killed. Report nt tho tlmo said that Newton hnd identified Whit. Henry ns one of tho baud, nud somo days nfterward Newton wns killed. Recently sensntiuual nowsp.ipeni lmvo publislnvl what pnrporteil to bo Whit. Henry's confession, acknowledging guilt after carrying tho burden for 1)0 years, representing him to bo rich nud prosperous, etc. Tho truth as given to tho CouitlKii, is that he did acknowledge to tho killing of Mr. Newton, but denied any further complicity in tho terrible iifTalr; nud it is well known that all tho ye.irs sine tho war ho has liecn a very poor man. Tho generations of this day may not jndgo tho fury of passion, tho Moody havoc of surroundings and condition that madly rushed men from thoughts to deeds In tho awful dnys of war, nnd it is only Christian charity thnt all thnt bitter past should bo for gotten. Whit. Henry's old friends and coiunulitt will only rumaiulxir his conr. ngo In kittle, fidelity to friendships, devotion to his family, his poverty In old ngo, nud only tho honorable, virtues they knew lilui to poshes. mur EEK TTlAT YOU CAN Glassware, Or anything you need All persons holding claims against the estate of Hardin Maddox, dco'd are respectfully requested to file tho same averages, for all sections of the with R. T. Tyler, proven ns tho law requires j and persons iudebted to said es Btate, 101, being an improvement tato aro requested to make payment. of 10 points during the month of S. A. MADDOX, Executrix. March. On April 1st, 1807, the condition was 01. Considering The condition of wheat crop your REJY UPON. Dining Room and Kitchen Can BEAUTY be Bought Isn't Evervthin?...... -. -- roail-wngon- In cither Womon, Homos or Harness. In the lntter, strength, durability nud general excellence of material aud workmanship nro prime requisites. All of theso requisite nro to bo found in tho harness wo nro selling qualities thnt will build np n business for us iu HnniCMS. Our buggieo nro equally re liable. In licnuty nnd finish they cannot lw surpassed anywhere. With two ware rooms full wo nru nblo to show a varied assortment of ehicrcs. Top Ruajrles begin nt SK..00. nud s nt 1 23.00 ; good wheels on ttio cheapest to tlio best. Rnggy, HICKMAN'S Plow and STORR I Maohinery SANDERS & REEVKS, Props. WOMAN'S FOKIEUN HISSI0XART SOCIETY. a. a? XkSSFQSSS Sb li " ' VERY CHEAP! Don't Forget Fnll Lino of 0S. r AND i-- western, central and we find the highest averaco IIA8 Ol'ENED A oondition In the central section, 103. In the western section the condition Is 192, while the few oounties reporting from the southeastern section show an average k that of 08. On March lat the condi- la West Hickman, snd 0'ir goods the Pub all Ho gUe hi in n call. tion by sootions was: Western 03; Fresh New llounel New Uoodslir NW CI i Man t central 00; no estimate for the Amlrt south-easter- the crop of three L. POWELL Grocery Store I ft Am mm south-eastern- . j TeUpboo Ho. OS. ' !. -- s tf jh. Carofhers' Cafe and Restaurant. That COWOILL & C0WO1LL keep a Ciioioo Tmnay CHILL TONICS COUGH HYIUJI'N! Always on Hand Also, Telephone 00. Frosh. Mad Dtvilyl West Point Oysters Two Dozen for 25c. Tiy Ctuidie, Frssh, Foreign, and JDoxatttio Fruits! Unlets City Brcud hii1 Cakes Itccelved Dally! 1 sj Nailed to the Mast Where every ono can seo them aro our mottoes in buiduess. THEM'S OUR 4J LLO---J cnltnrcd missionary worker, so well nnd tnvnmbly known, MUs Lnura Bradford, of Brownsville, Tenn., wns enjoyed by in tho coutiry, and satisfaction is guar every ono. Tho eoso und grnco with which Mrs. Kato Reoves presided mid anteed eviiy tlmo. her consocrntion in tho work, indicate i her special illness for tho important po FIUST-OLASOAK SUITES, f 10.85 sition sho has tilled so well. ThO amount raised during tho year wns IT05.&U, n good showing. S Tho nnnnnl meeting of tho Woman's Foriegn Missionary Society, of tho Union City District of tho M. E. Ohnrcli, South, was held in Dresden, Tcun., ou Thursday, April Tth. Tho opening ser mon w as preached on tho evening of April 6th. by Rev. W. O. Hefley. to n largo nnd appreciative nudionco. Them wns a largo attendance of delegates and visitors, anil tlio occasion was both interesting nud profitable. Tho reports from tho. various nuxilinries made an excellent showing of tho worlc dono during tho (inst year. Tho addresses wero nil appropriate nud eminently spiritual. Thn prvscuco nud inspiring talks of that Intelligent nnd spiritually M. B. Shaw, Hardware, Queensware, aistxj SENTIMENTS, which wo nro proparod to live op to, and ovcrv peico of Furniture bought at our establishment wull always bo found tho flw -- rf YViyV ...Groceries... Free Delivery. Best for tie Money "NAME ON EVERY PIECE." LOWNEY'S Chocolate Bonbons. ran sale -- r f 5itrritNb6i5MIIH. OW-fikSwp f FIRST CAR JUST RECEIVED N I COWGILL&COWGILL-- DIIUOOIHTH. KOTICKI in- AB taxes COUllog. and boud issues are Tl fcM W Wl X m La isl mjy fea o TnE'United Slates Is the fifth debted to tho firm of Sanders & Rice naval power in the world. Qrent will ploaso como forwanl and settlo nt once, ns wo wish to cloho up tho late Britain, France, Russia and Italy firm's business. Rice & Naylok, rank ahead in tbe order named. Successors to Sanders & Rico. Germany and the Uutted States are about tied. Gen. IjKE was stmbbod by Gen. The report that W. K. Vnnder-- Rluuco on the day he left Havaua, It had offered to build a The Spaniard was ''too busy" to battlesbli) at a cost of flvo see him wbeu the American Con. Mr. million und donate it to tho Gov sul called to any is characterized by Mr. Gallon, tho Uritlsb Consul, who eminent, Ohanucey Depew as a wild dream. was with Gen. Lee, shared the Inb first-clas- s good-bye- All parties knowing thomsclves o "fcaiialaW sfcassaVsv " H. BUCHANAN, Solo Agent. sl Milk Jov fur Nalv. A good niUk cow for salo. Havo two nud wish to sell ouo. Apply to Mrs. Uko. Waiwun, or ut tho Oouhikb ollico A North Carolina moonshiner baying been taken In the toils, set A GEOROtt editor says that a up tho uovel defense that he bad man who pnts water in the milk, merely made illicit whisky in orIn tho sugar, and stones in der to "get enough money to paint sandcoffee, is a suiut besido tho the the church." Tho judges were of man who cheats the editor by the opinion that be had made borrowing his paper and then euough to point tbe town, so he swearing there is no news worth was sent up for n two year's rest. reading. AGAINST INTERVENTION. WATCH OUT FOR THEN. O.ido sult. ALL OTHER GOODS AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST I KI T T T- -T T --- T- T ? T T T T- - T TT ?"r;, The BEST OFFER Ever Made by a Newspaper! O y aC LAIinE TAOES EVEIIV WCi:k FOIl ONLY SpJiaOWa jf KSfS i to-da- o oltl-zeu- Thomas Joffersoti declared that Tub unhappy Queen Regent of wo ought not to Intorvono Iu tho Spain is not tho only person in tlio wars of our noighbors. Rut ho world praying for peace, Every also deolared thnt all just govern- man and woman with an adenuate meat ueponds on tlio consent ot Appreciation of tho UIIDIVnwiv..HV governed Willi have a right to terrors of war Is praying for ponoe. "alter or abolish" an aI.I govern-Ba- t even the tnosl of thoso iu this tneut when they please. This unnntry who aro praying realize .means that the Ouban government that there nro somo things more Is the only Jnst and lawful Imcnt in Cuba. than war. govern-terribl- Gimrdenu Democrat. e St. Louis house baa a gang of agents out selling ranges. Thoy sell on timo paytueuts, giving purchaser's two aud thrco yeurs to pay. They soil n etovo thnt costs about eight dollars to manufao-tnrfor the modest sum of sixty dollars, and are catching lots of A o Ilcpubllc. lbs heal genersl nenrptper prlnteJ in the world, oouulnlnc sllthe newit la l(bt pages sad Tbe llepublie one jrar for $1.30. Model Maiina Tbe llepubtlo HuuJuy .Majsilne was the neifipsper luocme of 1897. A home journal of Ike beet clan, 18 Urge pages erery week, 4 pages o( fun, 14 pages of the brighten nnd best reeling printed. It eonlalos oiore Mgb-elapictures and cartoon) thai were e'er atlcmplcJ in any otber publication. More iwted writers and artlts contribute to Too Hepublla Masaiiuo than to aDjr olbcr Western publication. Tbe Magaiine will be sold only Id connection with tbe Re public, but is mailed separatsljr each week. all orders to Address Tbe rrmUweckly twlee-s-ifeeit lerai-weekl- jr suckers. .ii, THE KUPCHIilC, -- Nt. JLouls, GaWJtuJL Me. -! ! tX J. - j rnra m . t&tumiPMmmmimvttyum&gmsw H, ?V ium&. ,. )hH I. I' I If 'I . fJ . e' .H ND THE PELICAN. CAT ACCORDING TO CONSCIENCE. Ith's charged on him nt once vt'Ui that monument In the cemetery. It their keen sabres our Substitute) felt in tho southis to the doctors who i tt Whr the Cnngrcanlluu Was Sepa"f liitroilurliisr o A Hint's llilil When did attorney ctor endure pi? Nj-rWhy ern epidemics. or pb slclnn s, In n Kltten-l'l- nj ltt Liileli rated os Sexual Lines la Ten then not enough alck to be nttended much for n pauper client, lazaretto Men and Women Aro Porformlnff In ves; for the patient In tho unit 'Inns, or nessee Mountain Church, these northern latitudes? Oh fill la Life Dully. child In membranous Thom tiled mother for the but the doctor puts it fewsome vials croup, us Christ for us, nnd Christ books in his valise, nnd "On one occasion," remarked the able house, In Itrhiml n big, patient for jciii, and Christ for me? Shall journthst, "I was down in the mountains Has Atwata of nii'dlellie. and leaves his iv Inrge pelican. Th rrlnrli!o( of other phjslolnns, an, man or woman or child In this a l.irf ltv, there lived of Tennessee, where everthlnjt is primihere In the hnnds DumliMtpil .MsnktiKl Many Itfiusrk liberty of the tive, and nn Sntuliy 1 attended a llaptist nml takes the rail train, lli'fore lie nu'dlcuce. who lias ever suffered for Tin t"ril nl nllowed the able Instance Mtcil t hrlst, tha much to my the gets to the Infected regions he pnssea nnother find It hard to understand vnril iniund which he would walkse-dntrl- v church, where, sealed on one surprise, the Is Health. Celestial Hero, the On sldo of this Cliristly suffering for us? Bliull He could not lly far, and he had women were crowded rait trains, regular nnd exflrrot Milistltutc. lioue, nnd the men on the ollmr. I had through your popWithout blood circulating thoe whose sjinpathlcs hnve been tra, taking tl.vitig nnd nlTrlghtril th. re so long that he seemed connever seen nii)tliliiK of the kind before, over wrtinc In behalf of the tiufortunatn livid t. tnv. veins you could Dot llvo, Without pur In a ell and after the sctvirvs were over I swke Itrv. Dr. Tnlinngi, In the following ulations, lie arrives Is brooding blood you cannot bo welL The health; lie have no appreciation of tlint one mo- - tent which n great horror when thepeiicnii wns inking about it to one ot tho members, vrliom I One "'. action of every organ dccnit9 upon the sermon, mils iitttMitiim to ninii. to couch, feiliiig the llirill "iiivii ..Mn quite well. uui ui nil lllo liistnnccs of substitution re- goes from couch lug s.v mptonis, nnd nges of eternity ns most conspicuous, n,, iniiniiig exercise, n little kitten knew lilch purity and richness of tho blood by '"Its alius been done that avra,' lie you corded In tin' lllble nml cniiipiircs pulse and stud If It Is nourished and sustained said in explanation. tin nfter dav, night nfter when ( In 1st gnthored up nil tho sins I1 in a iieignoor s jarii came siroiuug When the lungs are attacked sml the 1C. Moists, Memphis, have salt rheum, scrofula sores, pimples, them with the great wierlflce of Christ night, until n fellow ph.vslclnn sil.vs: of those to le reilretnctl under his one nhinu 'he fence. When she tlrst saw "Hut why!' I persisted. symptoms ol consumption sppcsr, then promptly cured." Ilia text Is Hebrews bolls or any kind of humor, your blood Is for the world. aceordin' to "'Si's to worship teglua the struggle tietwecn sttccllon and Tenn, "Doctor, oli hull lietter go noun iiim arm, nml nil their sorrows under his the Iiii.' bird her ers opened lu wonder, own roiircie'iices, as tSod constitution our 22: "Without shi'dcllng of IiUhxI Ih the not pure. If jou tako Hood's Harsipniilla that destroying disease which slays Its The question l "ta censampllon cuts. nst, . cm look mlseinble" Hut he other arm, and snldt "I will atone her In grew big, nnd her hair stood thousands annuslly, II Is a hsppy Issue Mr" la still itthstrd, and still dctiatalile. it vv make j our blood pure and promptly no remission." under for to the struggle when disease Is rououeird II Is easy u ssy that thia waa not a case of '"Hut sitting on opKijite sides of the troubles. In tho spring John (i Nhlttler. tho Inst of the cnuiiotOnrest while so num. nre suffer- will thesenil those my right at in, and out I'ut present I, as the pcllcoiv did relievo all these morning sad hesltli tcstoted. Such an Issue does consumption. Wt the physicians tald It heal under my left arm. not liml iier. alio became vised to hltu. church doesn't make an difference, does and on, until some with Impurities. grrut school of American inita that ing. the blood is loaded not slwaya end the struggle, hut It did In waa. They should know. a mailer Muds him in n delirium. In whiih lie Strike me with all thy glittering It?' Hence, all thoso unsightly eruptions, that Hindi tin Inst I'tinrtrr of this oi'iitur, the case ol Mr. K, Morris, Memphis, It tin , of fact. Dr. Ayct'a Cherry As innH'tl down Into the jnrd to teetotal J 'Don't it!' he replied with einpliasis. Hull over and who sasr his wife wasting and wrskcnlng wtought so many similar cutea thathas languor and depression, and the danger of lirllllnnt, nuked mi' In the White tiimin-tulti- s talks of home, and then rises and snvs shafts, 0 etcrnnl justice! It 'Well, hit ji da IKi ou reckon that a ii' pasnd physlcisns helpless, and then sug. seems to argue (he cutalilrncss ul run. Hood's Sirsaparlll.t is serious Illness oik moriting nfter pruvers. In he must goIsand look after those he rue with nil thy surges, o oceans of gfsled the simple icmedy thsl wrought sumption in lit rather stages, by the use Now whither the prllcnn happened mm kin sit oer thar aloniriide u his sorrows?" tients. He told to lie down; but needed to purify, enrich and ltallsa the which I liml given out Ctivvper's fathe cure. He tells the stuty thust wife limine of this remedy. Their Is no be tier inedl. lively mood, nml weiilcd a bow where she kinonc't in him vvitliherelef blood and protect ana rortiry too system. Tlint Is what l'nul means, that Is to br in mous hymn about "11a fountain filled tights the attendants until he falls about cvey two iniiiutcs "Seven yesrs ago, my wife had a sever clue for pulmonary tiontles than Ur. Hack of luug linutile which tha phy- Ayer'a Chrtty Teetotal. I rWca relief In with blood." "Do ,ou rt'.ill.t believe back, nnd Is winker and wenkir, anil what I mean, that Is what all tboso gnu ' p"nJ lth somebod.orwhetli-r- r ho begins to sivuk 1 si), kin n man do that had no sicians pronounced consumption. The rasas of Asthma, and tlronchltls, where le. under them iiniitiKtanees and worship (ind there is a literal li'iplicntioii of the tiles for people with whom hehis own who hnve ever had their hearts chnng-e- d ii inenibered the way his fnther couth wsa estremcty distressing, espe- lief haa been hetelofole Unattainable. It kinship, iiihI far nun. from c menu by "blood." t glory In this used i ' citch fish by throwing them up acconllii' to his nun conscience? Well, not blood of ( hrlst to the soul?" M cially at night, and was Itei.uenily Jitomptty cures Coughs and Colds, I.s much, noivli.ir: an' pvrtickler not iu this fainil.v, nnd Is hnstll put nun In n leliglon of blood! I nut thrilled its 1 attended with the spilling ol tilood The and all affections of the threat rriil.v then Is m.v ticgntlvt reply r and catching them 'igalu, in the neck tiv vvikhIs' l,Ktar the fifth tiring uuatilr In help her, I In and lungs. Heretofore. Dr. Ayer'a Cheity tomb, and t Is America's Greatest Medicine Sold by all now. Tin Willi ngiees strnnger's newspaper onlv tells us of see the suggestive color In sacramen- while br vns n little nrstling nnd lived hue lie cpl.iintii)ii and the supporting duccd hertotrylir. Avt-t'- t "I ihrtry I'ectotsl I'eetntal hat beennn put up In lull slie line drucflata. ft, six for .. Got only Hod i(!i in! 'iliKieliui, iind nil physlolo-gists- , part of n tal cup. whether ft be of burnished and was surprised at the gtrsl relief It Lollies only, st f r per earrietl conviction beond all conTo meet beside n river, I don't know. gsve. Ilefore using one whole Pottle she a wot Id wide demand lot lotlle. set on a smaller park. ii nntl nil scientists, ImmncuUtely in n tre. tlint his sacrifice- - his name Just mentioned troversy, more pills to tiks HnnH'c flllS are Hood sSursanarllla. the blood Ih the life, anil in theItiChrist-Ia- among tlvc. Yet he lias touclutt the silver or roujth-he- cloth from wood sit Hut tl pelican picked up the little IMsttion. ami I hsil no Mar. to iijr in op was currd, so that now she Is strung snd age the temedy Is now put up iu hall site I1UUU J Dlllc withthe onlr whlte, n Washl igton in pille healthy. Thst this medicine sssrd bottles, st half price y rents. Wille for meeting house of klttm ind giving It n toss In the nlr, religion it minus simply that furthest height of sublimity In that on table In log-hmy wife's tile I have not the least ituuM Dr Ayer'a CuttlxMik ffreeV and team mora I atwavs keeptir Ayers Cherry I'rrtorat of the rules eCteeled by lit Aytt's C'lietr r Christ's life una. given for our life. three weeks of liumnnltArian service, the wilderness. Mow 1 um thrilled ns open' ' its huge mouth us if to catch INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATISM. v he never any ot ray family In the fiousr, ROMANCE VERSUS KICKS. Ptclotal. Addicts J, C, Ayer Co., Lowell, Htnce nil this talk of men who mi. lie goes straight ns nn arrow to the I sie the nltur of ancient sacrifice it ns ime down. have a cutd or cough we use It, and arc Mass. of him who said: "1 was sick crimson with btood of the slain lamb, the Uible story of blood In disgusting, bosom s seemed to think It wns rather li l.lfe for life, nnd I.c Ulcus Is to me not so much Tfc d Mnrqnla Who Ills. mid that they don't nnt wlint they nnd c visited me." With n quick motion she Prom St. lAwrence l'lalndealrr, Canton, good fun N. Y the old Testament ns the new. Xovt I turned over, nnd nunc to the ground on call n "sliiugliterlioiiNc religion," only lllood for blond. Substitution! liked Moonshine Vnnqnlshed Soap-heredit- y. In the lcgnl profession 1 see the see wh the tlestrolng uugel passln shown their incapacity or unwilling the rtenillnsr Poet. To suffer (or vears with a prevailing pain In over l.gviit In the night spared ail her fiet. Then she scampered nrouinl ful ailment, wlilrli halllcd skilllul tnnhciil same principle of ness to 100K ttirougli tin tlL'iire of Mr. 1'ellcnn's legs, nearly tiiettlng tteatinriit, Women who use soap don't do so because they Rhe whom I adore U the wife of a fat msr. "peecn toward the thing signified. 1S46 William rrceman, a pauperized those houses Hint Iind blixxl sprinkled it which was cured by a suniili I T1'Si IuiiimIuiIiI teinril, is the lot which befell creasy niar."h, a lop eared, blear-eveblood tlint, on the tlnrkrst I'rl- - nnd Idiotic negro, wns nt Aubiitn. N. on their door osts. Now 1 know i him. lie turned, made nnother grab nt Mrs. Inn know it s tlie best, l'robably they haven t V on trial for uiunler. He hsil slain of West Maui tleorvte !. km lull menus when ho speaks of Ve flic little cnt, nnd gave her nnother toss. sentiment, nhn carea naiurht fnr mrwinlf.,1, II poureil rrotiithebrow.nnilthecide, , given a thought to the matter. They Down mine kitty ngntn, landing safely Mrret, Ciiiitiiii, . ...I ....... mid the entire Van Xest family. The ill nil apparel coming with d.veil . !... nut ... ... t Itoeem I bri," mIiI 'foaming wrath of the community i ine miniiN. nml tin feet of the from Itozmh;" and whontbe on the grnss, not nt nil frightened n't to"Hiii teen jearswas attacked Mrs. iiitUin inherit the soap-habi- t his debts. I hate lum. their mothers and a reporter, "I with UP! VI KiilTerer, b.iek of Jerusnlem, in could bo Kept off him onl.v b armeil Apnea' pse means when It dese'bes this new rough companion. This very morning at breakfast, lie had She inatoty rlietiiiiitmiii nnd a coiiuihiatlDti of liiJP J . 1 v s slh -- Na i J I grandmothers did, before, them. cursed the fishballs and sneered at the a few lioum eongiil.itiil and dried up, constables. Who would volunteer to n Heavenly chief Inin whose "veiture iiii ran judfe soniewlist of what teemed to enter Into the sport of the nnd forever ilisnppeareil; and if man bo his counsel.' Xo attorney wanted was dipped in blood," nml whuiJohn. cndiireil, look at these lianils piemen onions Women who use Pcarlinc do so, thmg, nnd stood still to be tossid, ns If 'I hey were whin you twrnted and swollen. distorted, f he is a good cook. The neighbors v ill tell bud ilepemli-- on the nppliontlou of to sacrifice his npiilarlt.v b.v such an the apostle, menus when lie spiks of .My font, too, is so ninth out of disite tint because thev have used soap ami )ou to. And to be told by the base marquis the literal blood of Chrint, there ungrateful tnsk. All were silent save the "precious blixxl that clsinseth the rather liked it. a man, ho. previous to his marriage, hid would not The pelican got tired first. Ills inns, tie big toe la a uctov the othirs, tlie end Pearline, and have found one, n oung l.iwver with feeble voice, from all sin;" nnd whnt the ol', worn-out- , Pcnrlinc to be better more niw nn hed at the cheap eating houses to be told the lnt IS line been n houl san for that could h.inll he heard outside dcscrejilt missionary l'ntl means ter rnme out of the house with n good lenttirleK. standing I am elTectivc, saving1 time and rubbing ; by lum that her manner of frjing fithballt just as harmless, and In order to timlcnstnuil this nil the bar. pale and thin nml awkward. when. In my text, he crlcs,i"Vlthoiit dinner of fish for lilm. He picked tip n tl e was a failure it was too much. sixty old, Her tears fell fast. I, too, wept. I wonl of inj tet. we iml liao to e- - It wns William 11. Sew aril, who saw shedding of blood Is no riinission " fish, gave It a tos, nnd caught nnd vears pleas more economical mi date a crclse us miieh coinmo'n sense in re- tha the prisoner was idiotic nml Ir- 11 that blood jott nnd 1 vll be snved swallowed It. Fuss, who wns looking mued my aobswith hcr'n. "Klyuithmcr Jt Jp ' responsible, and ought to be put in - or never snved nt nil. fa nil the on with open ecs, came In for a share I cried. ligion nN wc do in eierj thing eNe. ant home sfcJtW, fl sV. taW. Hre she could reply ere she cnuM articu-utand other P.mg for piing. hunger for hunger, nn iisvliim, rntlier than put to death, nges of the world God ba not once of the pelican's dinner, nnd thev hnve reinfutts, life her ecstasy, her husband, the marquiF, fatigue for fatigue, tear for . ty tiar. the heroic lounsel uttering these pardoned n single kin except througo been the best of friends ever since. upon me. to me was far crept snake-lik- e blood fin blood, life for life, wi see beautiful words: the Saviour's epilation, uul he nevrr Shall I witeit? lie kicked me out of the from enjii In the hearing of a will. Glory lx to God tint the b I Our Animal Friends. now "1 sjH-nc,cr,jlii llliihtrnteil. '1 lie act of able, for all grjden he kicked me into the street MORE YOU SAY THE LE88 Is no noielt. nlthoiigh the people who have prejudged prisoner back of Jerusalem wns tr-- ' battlefield f did not return. other things How could I! I, so idea of Christ's miirering nnd condemned me for pleading In bis on which Christ achieved our llbcrt ' ethereal, so full of soul, of sentiment, ol lale into In PEOPLE REMEMBER." ONE PAY UP OR GO HUNGRY. significance sparkling onginaht) I lie, so ero, so prac- for our suffering were something ab- hch.ilf. lie is a convict, n pauper, a It wns wns a most er tlnir da 1 WORD WITH YOU, when )nu are tical, so normal, something ill stressing incl, negro, without intellect, sense, or spent on the Kittleflcld jf W'ater- lIlehtt'iillrcf lira In Imlln stnrse Tliem ' Had I returned, the creature would lia Without gOO.1 K In Clur.1, omethlng wihll. eeeentrie, a solitary emotion. M child with an affection-nt- e Starting out with the rronilng Iran kicked me again. Boston Journal. seises anil Ihr llehtiirs! ntll episode in the world's liistor.x, when smile tlis,irn in cnre-woface from llnisseU, Kelgiuin we nrrb'd tried different doctors and many proprietary One (Uvea In. I could take Mm out into tliU elii of its frown whenever I cross my in nlnit nn hour on that funn-remedies, but vras nut lciichtrd A Remarkable Hook. ' and before sundown H)int joii to 500 threshold. The in the street spot. A son of one wh was In tile Much I tried Dr. Williams' I'mk A Comic History of Greece, from the The most perslatent creditors nnd Pills fur I'alc People and lefnre I had tin cases of substitution and xoluutiir, obllgts me to give lxcaiisp he sas battle, and who had lir.irtl from his itlieil the first Ikix I brsan to feel that they Times to the Deith of Alexander the suffering of one in behnlf of another. 'l!od bless ou,' as t pass. My dog father n thousand times the while collectors In the world nro were doing me goes! I continued Great, lly Charles M. Snjder l'luladtl-phia- : using At 2 o'clock nfternoou curtsies ine with fondness if 1 will scene leelted. nccomptuilcd us i"er said to be those of India. It Is not them and te.nlilj grove better J. II. I.ippincott Compin. go iimong the plaies of business or but smile on him. Mj horse recog- the field. There stood the old Hou ' I Huivc for them to literally live upon thlttecn lNiie nf tlir till The author of this work has set himscll the task of making a truly serious let of cir- toil. It will be no difficult thing for nizes ine If I fill his manger. What omont ( hatcnu, tho walls dented, mil the doorstep of a debtor for dss nt and todar feel than for tlie past fif on to find men, cumstances, exceeding!) funn). their looks, show reward, what gratitude, what sym- scratched, nnd broken, nnd shntrml n time. It Is the custom for the dun trtn jenrs Myapetite is good. feel luighl, He hai I .vTi theerful and have a desire to live and enjo 1 I unquestionably succeeded, as he cxprcssei jim tfc.it tliej nre oerworkeil. They pathy nnd nffectlon can 1 expect here? b grapeshot and cannon ball, Thru to sit nt the door of his victim's tent aeiet v . It. He wrote the hook for the riirnoi nl are prem.iturilj old. Tlic There the prisoner sits. Look at him. Is the well In which 300 dlng nrr d nnd nllnvr no one to go out except by getting een with the mjths and heroes ol "I fwve lieen a member of the Methodist towanl their deeease. Thev l.ook nt the assemblage, around ou. dead were pitched. Thcrn Is ne cliurrh for insnj )ears, but for six years l.r.s.sllj MlHlTOIII t'K. WIIITtHStl-- vn- Silt' antiquity who eauseil him such anguish in hme gone through crises in cenchntM-- l ptssiisa si M ,IK,H1 tnm SBisSi ultiilsLl. srukisiss isi,..ik i..a. i.disss. business Listen to tneir with the head of tho In fait his sanction. During this siego he I am able now to at school days. The Comic History of Greece neither ents nor allows Ids debtor to ten. I unable to attend tlint slinttereil their ncnous sstem, sures nnd ceiled fcHrs, ami tell me ( hrist shot off. There are the ga'-'- s the rhurrh Mtvires rcriilitlr and err Is witty and humorous, wthout being vuland pulleil on the bruin. Thej hale where among in neighbors or my fellotsavsrrs to t'orreaiithdents. gar. at which, for ninny hours, Kng' h ent. This starvation Is kept up until. tainhr sppnvute that privilege I About ISO illustrations illuminate tin HDUCATIONAL. where, even in Ids heart, I and French armies wrestled. Von -r either the debt Is paid or the creditor Dr Williams' Pink Pills for l'ale rnnnder i' Student Crrtaln'r, bookkeei ing ran baj IV plea lines from the pencils of a half dozen artists. a shortness of breath, and n pain in underfill niclicine ami am confident no leameil at home All ) on have to do Is not The hook is a truly tickle tome for the mel the buck of the head, ami lit night nn can epcct to find u sentiment, a were the 160 guns of the !ngllsh and gives up the siege, in which case the other medicine enuld have effected the won- I'ml them ancholy. Insomnia tlint alarms them. Yh thought, not to say of reward or of the S50 guns of the French. Yon.tT Kerider N It is not an uncommon thing derful inte they have in my ca-- e " Dr nre the,, drudging nt business eiirl'v acknowledgment or even recognition. the Hanoverian Hussars tied for tne debt Is considered canceled. fnr When some men start to tell a utory vat and late? The laws by which this common prac- William' I'mk Tills for l'ale i'eeple are IJteteinn cf.Vfel I is s,, t 1 tbn I Ait ntlierMJtJI Tor fun? No; it would Gentlemen, ou may think of tills vviksIs. wntiM demand for will save time by letting them tell it with of vegetable remeihes that exert tice is regulated are well defined. Not comfi-we".. VUlb Summsr Julr I t Itvpnnrr krasrs made out to ing to change the subject. Washing be illfllrult to e tract an umusement evidence what ou please, bring in a poiMinii iniiumrr in purifying ami etirieh r,nithete are missionaries Yonder wns the ravine of Oha n, pc I ISO rer Cata nt- out of that ehuustion. Ilec.iuse the front lawsuits trlaling to im rights, but s . what verdict ou can, but I asservate where the French cnvnlry, not know-In- g even the chief governors of the coun- in the bhxHl. thus ruritig nun) diseases ton Democrat. library ' are avaricious? In iiinnj ea-- a mi. before lieu en nnd von that, to the wntikln'l irtommrml them for your then- - was a hollow In the ground, try nre exempt from It. When the SL'MMrtt REGIS1HAR e den'l know wh) the Illy It Sentiment Kits stopped free and permanently cured. Ilec.iuse their own personal expenses best of my knowledge nnd belief, the lolled over debt Is lorge or the case in some and down, troop finite Mint lrk. reeognianl as the emblem of purity. Unless I law sniooi., No fits after first diy's ue of Dr. Kline's are lavish? No; a few hundred prisoner nt the bnr does not at this troop, tumbling Into one uvvful nf'er other way Important, it is the custom IXvctnr (on orcnintramer) Your turn has it Is lruu-- c man has ren unable to sdul I CnARlOUMVILLr. Va. mis Great Nerve Hestorer. Free $2 trial bottle & would meet all their wants. The moment know wh It is that my shadof suffering, hoof of kicking hotejj for n number of collectors to surround come, I se. sir Allow nu to- terate it V33 Arch st , 1'hila treatise. Dr. Kline, I'a. simple fact Is, the man Is enduring ow falls on Jon instead of his own " Athlete--Vetea Sick l'aerger (an old lachelorl a orotu plaster will some- against brow nnd brenst of cunta ns the tent and sometimes even the bed all that fHtlgue and exasperation, and no, dotor It- - it will soon pss off time The gallows got Its victim, but the nnd colonels nnd privnte soldiers, tlie of the debtor to make sure he tnkei the riieeta ot a strain or No fraud is more wicked than cheating in wear and tear, to keep his home prosIt ivn't ea seasickness. I looked too long wrenrh, but jou'd ltter keep the wrench examination of the poor a love game ltam's Horn. perous. There Is an invisible line creature show til to all the surgeons human nnd the bcustly groan kept up no food. The Invv, however, requires at thos. those bridal couplts N. V to aid in rrmoting the porous plaster. until, tne uny niter, ull was hhoelrti ns a mutter of fairness tlint the cot Weekly. Chicago Kvrning News. reaching from that store, from that and to nil the world tlint the public under because of the umlodor oris! ig lector should not rat during the siege, hank, from that shop, from tlint were wrong, nnd William II. Seward In that hot month of June s letlm Ilrr I'nalllon, I six "for ta lis yrarsi farm I tmjld rat of la to n mi!.. KPi.n. n .... i.i.u.i. wns right, unit that bard, stony step 'Itsr tt.r Clilli.rrn at Ilrluk so the strongest stomach wins. This jrst lists Jack Is it tnie that she is a eonntes! wtltlnrf High "There." said our guide, n few tnlli-- nwnj, nml there Is the seoi omoiruy in I lie Annum court room land regiments lay down "the Tom Yes; 1 aw her ui)self at the rash-lei'- s called drain O It Is a delicious, a pctiiing. 1st milk loaal, and at limes ra sl loath wouldI n thlr rule, in spite of Its absurdity, Is paralnourishing fool drink to take the place of not rslalnand illrsl ero that, Ijs.i Marrb cret of tlint InisliiesH endurance, lie was the first step ot the stnlrn of iocfh desk in an leled by our own luvr, "winch nllowa establltlitccnl.- - rntlee, wmiiiiK tor uta inotnruv. lis- - all and liked l,y ah Iwcan LshlnsT I VH Aid MSIII andM aliK Wl, Ts I is sliupl.v the iliiiiiijilon nt n homelien I rncrs tl.l U, t lAt, fame iiii which he went lo the top, spring uiKin tfie n Jur Into t,WMM-l- l, wtM have useil It, brcsiis. when pniiettr that stead, for which he wins brentl, iimf or to within one step of the lop, that 2,500 men were foe. In nieces, ennui starving collectors n verdict. In sonuv arc systematically prrtviml it tastes like the finest coder but aver waa la my I le. cut to ? !pjjjjpawijjjjjjjj lleti cases the 4 uliliiit Urailirsn lie Cured wardrobe, and education, nnd prosper- - last denied him though the tre.icher-er- . stood Wellington usvinji uiarur, Messrs. u. i from all ita injurious with white lips, through n course of by local applications, as they cannot reach is Itv. ..nn in nui ii inline liMiHJ men digestion and strengthena the of American jKilitics, Nothing up that knoll rode Marshal Key on and put them to go n longtraining to O his time without the diMin-t- i jiurtiou nf the ear there is drain nsla not a stimulant but a health inn vi in luisinesH men whom I suhllmer was ever seen in nn tneri-canerves It sixth horse, five having been shot un- food -- X. Y. World. only one vvjy to cute deafness, and that is bulkier, and lachikirrn, as well as adults, ran hnr, nltu- - (lit of cuerwork for mlmr court room thnn William II. Sew by cuiistltutiim.il remedies. IKfncM i. drink it with great Costa about as Some Hiiilden illse.iM flmN them with ard, without reward, standing be- der him. Here the ranks of the French uUM-1) ull intlaiiicd cuiidition of the inu much aa colTre II and 2V CALIFORNIA SWEET WINES. no power of resistance, nml tlicvnn tween the furious 'topul.iee and the broke, nml Marshal .Vey, with his boot lum lining ul the KurUihian 'lube When slashed of n sword, and his hat off, go'if. Life for life. Wood for blooil. loathsome ImlK'cile. .Substitution' this tule gets iiilUmed )m have a rumbling nml his face covered with powder nnd Tolsl I'roilaetlnn Amounts tu it, A family Secret. Hi hstitiitlou! sound or unerfect hearing, and whtii it is Hjj In the renlin of the line nrts there blood, tried to rally tsaoi ssaajsi aiasnsmiiss' entirely closed deatniwi fs the result, and "That's paiw a Hrtnrc." eiplalnn) the At 1 o'ulock Gallons Output of l.mt tint innrninrr. was ns remarkable an instance. A cried: "Come nnd see his troops ns he how a marshal little girl to the caller who waa looking at iiiileu the intlaniinatioii ran be taken nut tf: hour when (dumber i.s most nn. brilliant but h percriticized painter, of Franco dies on the battle field. sue ni,roo,ioi. a framed photozriph nn the piano "von ninl this tube restored to its normal rem i terriipted and profound, wnlk mnlil Joseph William Turner, was met b n From .vonder direction ihtion, hearing will lie destiovnt forever, wouldn't know it unless I told you. 'cause Grouchy was tilt! dwelling houj.es of the cltv. Ilpn. voile of abuse from ull the art Internal Jientie Collector John C. lime tase nut of ten arecaiisnl by rutarth, it'a got a smile on the face." Chicago TribIteaisat, I'slatalylo, IWM Taste Urol 11 expecti d for the "rench reinforce rnd there .ou will find n dim llgl t. Guul.,NTt Mcsra Weak n m tune fs- - tr. is-a!iit!iigti, incuts, but he liiiii is nothing but an itilUmcd ctindition une. of Hurope. Hit mine not. Around those l.nch, of the First district, and II. C. Jie.iuM- - ii in ine IIOII.M'IKP III ... CURK CONSTIPATION. ... which have since won the applause woods Illiielier wns looked for to rein- Hell, of the Fourth district, Imve re- of the nun oiis surface o keep n Kiibdll-- d kMInd, S. 1s. til SI.HUf Ssa Imi,,,, ISSt--r. We will give One Hundred Shake Into innr Shoes any Tlftli Both tlio method and rcsttlU when IllOKt Of till' lldllkf-- lllfht liiirnliiL'. Imi of all clvilied nations. "The on u force the I'tiglish, nnd just In time ceived complete returns of the produc- inse of Deafness (caused by Dollars for that frrklii In... ... .... Plague of Kg.vpt," "rislerniin c.itsith) Allen's Posit rUse, a powder for the feet an.1 up Yonder is the field where tion of awcet wines in California up to rani-ii- t he wmt' ! curnl by Hall's Catarrh Cure. It cures painful, swollen, nervous, smarting M.Tfi.Rlr (i,uio i .nnfilr all kjj kuiJL i.iniouhi:u. itiojn.wauiiir un uuut jiw inuilJl lltllnria ll 14l A l.eo Shore in hqunll Weather." "Cal N'npoleon stood his arms through the feet snd Instantly takes the iting nut nl the first of the month. Neurly all of Send for cirrulais. free mercinu i.i.h hum sent forth the nreh- - ais Her, and rctrCSUtng totno taste, and nct3 I'be him Itising 'lhrougli reins of the horse's bridle, iluzicl und V J C henry coma ami bunions It's the greatest comfort Co, Toledo, O. 's tho wineries huve furnished their ho 30?a0i035iC0X5l5: !,Ik uI"s the Mist," ami "Dido lluildlng CarthBently yet iiromptly on tho Kidneys, I "I'ST ,J!l discovers" of the ace Allen's Foot Kasc makes Sold b Dniggi'ts, 75c insunr. tr Ing to go back." Scene of a citv. Hut omler is run, and the total for the season of tleht or new shoes feel ess) It is a certain I Hall's l'nmil 1'ills are the lest. Liver and bowels, cleanses tho sys- - ,,,. i,.in.r. ..n,t A,i, t.. .... n.. ele.ir age" were then targets for critics to battle that went on fnim twenty-fiv- e .. will exceed the returns already cure tor sweating, rallous a ml bot.tlreil, uili shoot at. In defense of this outrage-ous- l minutes to IS o'cloik, on June IS, until 1S37-9tcin effectually, disnclfl colds, head dow ciisemint a ghiss or pitcher con IngfeeiL Try It tunMy OM)IPIU. CM)V !: Hold by all druggists rnrnparlna otrs. abused man, a ,ouug author I o'clock, when the l.'nglish seemed nude by only a few thousand gallons. l'MKK. atores,2V. Trial ni tllCIMl. PI lIN achca and fovere and cures habitual taming loon for a sick child; the food of 21 jcais, just one cnr out of col- defeated and "I've lecn marrieil five )esrs," satil the and shoo Allen S Olmsted, prsek ago N V A recapitulation shows tha total protheir commander cried JJresa I OH 111 AT la set In the fnsh air. This Is the lege, came forth with his pen and proud little in it ron from Detroit constipation. ,: Syrup of Tigs is tho sixth night that out: lk)s, ou enn't think of giv- duction of the stale ns follows: lll.l. II.ILIMI AlTLlt mother has "That's nothing," laughed the Chicago only remedy of its kind cer pro. with that suffenr. She lias .sat up wrote the ablest nnd most famous rs-s- .i ing vvn .' Iteinemlier old Knglandl" V l'ort, 3,019,113 gallons; sherry, 2.003,-50- woman who occupied the same seat on tne nt;At.s. in i.iaous lending her When a girl suddenly to oif art Hint the world ever saw. or S o'clock AngeIIcn,"71S13l; the tides turned, and v duccd, pleasing to tho taato nnd ac- Inst point oliejeu the physician's the muscat, "I've leen to her little brother she .MAKSMMAI eer will see John lliikins ' Modcrs Andthe evening the man nt destiny, tokuy, 11,775; C72.62C; 11,011. Totnl ttain Tree Press married five times" wheel to ask her father for a new is getting ready iAtrnit of one. Chi Malaga, not giving n drop too much l'ainters." Tor 17 ears this author in ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in v, iAciwm: camiv-vvi- iii cago Itecord who wns cnlliil by his tnops Old Tvv'o C.lis.'.'CS. too I'LI'MN IN ir 11(H)! If) til II its action and truly beneficial in ita or too little, or aIs moment too soon fought the battles of the maltreated Hundred ibousand, turned away with "Mother, come here rjulck, there goes TASK! AM) HOOD I'OR Ull verv niixlnim f..,. artist, nml after, in povert and Nearly all of these w Ines have already Jane Albright in that everlasting calico A parkaco of Halwr'a drrnian Coffco effects, prepared only from tho most j or Ii.ih late. She ii broken henrt, and the fnte of censhe MOVIACM. buried thrie Dc'r 5UIII.Hl the painter had died, turies was decided, been sold. dress (if hers. I declare, I should think Horry and big cn nttHloguri Is sect you by I healthy and agrcrabloBttbstances, its same disease nnil sl.e children with the VVI ni.N UP XILH .MO VI ACM Seed C. l.tCmssi. Wis pnis and weeps, nnd the public tried to undo their .No wonder a great mound has been Now that these figures liacbccn re- she'd be tired nf wiaring it. 'this is the John A Saber 15 c. nU sumps snd this no- , .! AMI OIH !)IMH)SIION many excellent qtialiticH commend it each prajer and sob ending with n crueltlts toward him b giving him a fifth )rar if it's a da) I never did sec such iiHin rocclpt nf ceived the total output of wines in tho a cartful woman with her clothes " u k5 tice. Send for same today. Villi IIICM! .MllllCAll.il to all and havo raado it the most klsB of the pale cheek. Itv dint of big funeral and buriul in St. I'.i ill's rearid there, hundreds of feet high u stnte from the Inst vintage can be given. a mound at the of millions nAI.LOVV.V kindness she gits the "little one I'athcilral, his "It ain't the rare she takes of it, Mand), lY JVIAI. 0LV (I friend took out dollars and man i xpeuse in raising, of In round numbers It Is 31,.100,000 popular remedy known. When n woman mirries a man to reform child, it's the goods. I hem's 'W illiJtiiNiii-nvears through the ordtnl After it is nil w and 3o CUNTS (Tt) MlUMiH A Sm's' prints, thesanieasmv old black lum she Min wishes alio hsd left the job to Syrup of Figs ia for ealo in CO over the mother Is taken down, llrain of a tin box l'J.ooo pines of paper con- on the top is the great Helginn lion of 1111115). AI)IlHIs5 of which 23,000,000 gallons were taining drawings b the old painter, hionzc and a grand old Hon Democrat. ami white wntch is almost as good now as the cent bottles by all leading drug- or nervous fever sets in, and one il.iv and through man wear and it is. But dry wines. 1IIUPI P0 CAMIV CO.. This is the greatest prod- thirdly I bought it, nigh four jur ago come was 117 IM Jlnd blHLUr. gists. Any rcliablo druggist who she leaves the (ouvnlesient ihild mouths assorted unci ar- our great Waterloo when in I'.iltstlne. uct for one season in the history of tbn Uvstrr. I was at the store with Jane when Tn Cure n t'nlil In One u da a UV 0KkCIIY. she bought that drrss, Mandy, and so far as maynotharo it on hand will pro-eur- o withjoin mother's nhsslng. nnd goes up ranged them for the public observa- There cameApollnn, nnd ull hell rode state, Illative llrntno Quinine Tablrtr A to 1 can si e the colors the I the is just as bright to day i'tivgitts 'ifutid m rirv if it failstrirurr . in tion. sa.v his up, led b X it promptly for any ono u ho the kingdom ofline ilep.irtul oihs life. old Peoplecross, John ICuskln ill and of our salvation confront! d captain as tliey was then, tho she's wore it run lleavin. Life for them misanthropic da.vs is lllver It) the Ounce. wishes to try it. Do not accept nny .Siilistitution! It proves old Jones, what stant ever since tilone. The rider on the white horse The fact is that then-arOne half of the e(ipteare trying tn Invent morbid. Whatever he ma do that he used to wonder," snld Mr. Illffcrly, keeps the store, was telhn' truth when he "I nn uncounted nuiubei of mothers ought not to do, and whatever he may of the AiKxal.vpse going out against schemes to get the other I all's money, substitute. the name 'William the black horse invalr of death, nnd "how the silversmiths managed in sell- si)s that the ticket of n packageSimpson L Washington Democrat who, nner mej nave navigated a sa.v tlint he ought not to mi to CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. ofabker Sm' on large fninllj of children through all now .mil bis denth, he will leave this the battalions of the demoniac und ing silver things by the ounce. Sup- or prints was n certain sure guarantee of PPrJksaakjJSsS,! SllsSsaasst, mesasPk zam mitcitco, CL tlie in nubbins of darkness. From 13 pose somebody tiantrd n qtiarti r of a gettin' vour money's worth, for I neverseen the diseases of infiiuc.v, and got them world inxilvent as far as It has an I have found l'io'a fine for Consumption a""rsaBuflBa t tt,m tis s.sisi s.t, slllk LBU1SVIUE. AY. f (V 10HK, K t. o'clock at noon to 3 o'clock in the pound of forks, for instance, what such colors keep bright and last so long " ACMMOTOHA falrl.v started up the (lowering slope capucit an tinf.uling medicine I' It litz. 17UJ " to pa this author's pen for ssKSsssssssssV (XCHANGKO Covington, K) (kt 1, IS'll of IkijIiocmI and glrlliood, have onlv its chlvalric and ( hristiiiu defense of afternoon the greatest battle of the would they do about that? Hut I found Lcolt -t A StOLLIIiyj Jf ff?TWffff fTffff ttf?fffff f Iff strength enough left to die. Sniiiellalnic to llrmrmher. SflijHI7BKASINQ s.)'isa.H a poor painter's pencil John Uuskln universe went on. Kternal destinies out the first time I bought any. Tho man who wears n pair of overshoes till were being decidid. All the atoms of forks weighed justa little bit more than sssilsskst. If you em! n man grass seed, he'll nunc The.v fade awn. Some call it conWaBv slsf s.si ' MB foi WJllnm Turner, lllood fur blooil. S..U.SS UP'TODATB thcrlolb Is faded, knows where every penny hell plen ed our chieftain, und tllc hat around. sumption; some call it nervous .Siilistitution! Utt-afour oumes, and I'ti ns lief ns not have ( hrutian later to borrow a Javvn mower. Is tint he ever had Washington Democrat. MOTOH.BFT.FOIttailllttsilll litis Wn Work. Helixes struck him, until broi nnd taken the extra weight nnd pnld for it, some call It iiitermltiein m- jtM las TS,r issl Is s kMfsls. ss4 rss.sl, All good men hnve for centuries X ' JBkwV Lk, ,.ty S...SS1, sslsa rsli.rs lwllnMlMU Lt? mri.iriai Indisposition: but I e.ill it been trying to tell who this substi- cluck und shoulder and blind mid foot but I didn't have to. The clerk Inld one AA PJJJmiII rsw TSs srMle rsa sll ms,i stills PJJJ iuo'.tvnloiii of the domestic circle. I.lfr tute wns like, and ever comparison, were incarnadined with oolngUlfe. UJ still, ss4 S..4S iss stl is4hiII Ssussm.LVM TJIE SECJtET OF A GOOD DISPOSITION. THE NIWBIATITHCOLDAlTHtLVj life. Ulnoil fur bhuul. Snl,ili,.. Inspired nml uninspired, eiaugelistlc, but lie fought on until he gave a linn I of the forks on n chopping block nnd for OLO BEAT THCWOODCN WHIII.B - Hoot rpkq vvitb sword from Jeliovvj chopped offn tlncnstllcknsou please, asetse ilsl art asslsfl shsssI Ur pcibiiiM n mother lingers long priiiltevVe, niKwlDUn, nml limiiHii, fmll S4 MSS BSB ncHtei, unit tli- - ioiniii,ivfiik-rst-- i .s.wh- - ',m rtatm-t- n sis sss is.i. w tit Ilia r- - Mrs. XMiitclinni fJSvtyn is Onroful neignrtt for UoUlly llooltb aioJcoas Woman BHusi iMsipl..UfrOS.r.sb).!rsnssasfllsllMi SSSIIS,S.PJJ for Christ was the Great Is K rsSsr4 sis ssl u s ,IM a.rnsStf. writs WfJJJ . Y. Hun. enough to se u son get on the wrong short, Adam, u tp- - of Christ, because of lull and all his forces fell lim k n sulred w night," Bwoot nnd Attrnatlvo to All. BBt II tssr sa tsvPV BBklMMs st everlasting ruin, and the ict.r Is rond. nml Ills former kindness bes sl4Ms f s sa sts ls,r M It he came direct! fiom God, Noah, it ssmbws siiisa. asrssiise cs raiMas.apy comes tough replj when she ours. And mi the mound tln.t o.i. THE MARKETS. t.vpu of be delivered Tho world Is fllleil with swrvt vvoinuu who nro Itrld UmV: froai usefulness by imvicty Blwmt lilm lint ui. his own Christ, bemuse deluge; brates the triumph we plant 'his day rami! from sonio trouble of tho fcinulo orcrnns. goes ngnt on. looking iiirefull', nfter ClIl'INNATI, prll Ii a tpe of (hrlst, because two figures, not in bronze or iron or n 3 ui (t J ss Krctfuluchs aud nervousness nvjildly destroy svveot dispositions. "in "i.iii-i- , nis everv lie hud no predecessor or successor; sculptured marble, but two figure of 3S 7000 IICYCLES I II U Select tititchers T blrthda-- , with some V1BaValBfW women cunnot live happy nlckly meiuento, anil Joseph, a t.vpe of Christ, because lie living light, the Hun of Ju.lih's tribe rAIA'ES I'utrtogood tlulit 4 " U s 15 nrr,! or rrom H1mn$t X Tftrf MAIHC. when he Is bi ought home worn out was cast out b his brethren; .Moses und the l.umb that was shun. lives. Nearly 3 10 44 J nil mny Ikj well nml Common IIUC1S woiimn 3 ft fcjn with dissipation, nurses him till lie a type of Christ, biciiuse lie was a deMlsed packers linripyif sho will follow Mrs. I'lnUhnm's advice, ib yjia mi f Mr mitTiYeX.eV.'If .,,,',: ' ssl eouliintnt I.tlibt shlppini Ill ft)K) gels well and stints lilm again, and liverer from bondage; Joshua, a Peculiar lunrrnt Cuntainii. fc.3 to sb.oo. hco what Irs. Crnlt; sayst MlhhP-ftiol- ce IH lit. 4 I hopes, and expicts. nnd piavs, and of Christ, In cause he wns n conquerSwiss funeral customs nre moM LAMII-prlntr iu filial allsr4krsls,lsliiilels, rasses. S3 to SI7. "Dr.Ait Mils. I'inkiiam.- -I havo tnlccn I.ydla 11 . . 3 01 ft i ) family Kcounsels, promt sriFa. Ilesllri a and suffers, unt'il KUUAt the death of n person the UitAIN-tVht- ul Inter No. 3 her Samson, a of nY TLVfuZ but IffsHfstii srl Htlt because IMiirmrr l 01 iini.nams Vefjaablo Comjiounil nnd red..... 3T strength gives out and she falls. Sin-I- or; his strength tpe sin, Christ,lions mid family insertsu formal, fiflZ to fcJL.f sasll-M- k.i.l. ulm s t a sus. T."..fr saraala list U VI the etloaa Nu 3 ml. m Th think it Is tho bci,t medicinu for women going, and attendants, bending over of 3rt .... 2. mlicU lorn-N- o. of imposslhilit ssssuBiowltsrtUsltism. SenHtoron. Nia.eaarsls In tho world. I was mi weuk nnd nerv, her pillow ask her If she has an mes- cart off iron gates Christ, In the af- , sympathy andIn the papers asking fi)r aa tad. Lsani hut to Kara a IUi,lssriilivUs U ' Oil No 2 !P- Pvr& Solomon, n t.vpe of stating th.it "the mourniuo. ...... (t f" five No S. sage to leave, and idic makes great si. IV. HCAUtin I.K U CIIM'AUO. ous Unit J thought I could notllvofrom it .... 9 tl, 9 fo fluence of his dominion; Jonah, u to choice to mi ono tiny to tho next. I had prolapsus something, but out of of Christ, because of the storm tpc ing urn" will be exhibited during cer- I'llOVJMONS Mess pork. . . a H sea tain hours on n special duy. In front 8 Cl'i tlueo or four minutes of indistinct l.unl 1'rlme steam uteri anil leucorrhiua, and thought tlmt he tlucw himself for the .... II it I.'! X ' Ctuilce utterance the tan catili but three in which others; but put together of the bouse where the person died Dim Kit to clmlcodairy rescue, of creamery . I would die. I hnd dragging Prime tberu Is plnecd n little black tMe, Al'I'I.KS-l'- cr words: "Mj poor bo!" The simple Adam, and Xo.ih, ninF- - AlelcliUeili 3 Ol th 3 M bill e, jmlns In my back, burning sen- Boat In tho World for nil Purposos. OJ el'A'10KS-l,crtufact Is she .lit tl for him. I.ifu for and with a .h j cs Joseph and Moses, and Josliuu, covered u blnck blnck cloth, on vvhidi Celebrated for more than a sation down to my feet, and so vrriie lo life. Substitution. CHICAGO. jar. Into this the and Samson, and Solomon, and Jon- stands Tha Standard Scili century as a delicious,, nutrimany miserable feelings. Peo-pl- u 4 M a 4 U0 About 3S jears ngo there went forth ah, nnd Hie, would not tnuke n fragpatents friends nnd nciiunintiinces of the fam I'ljUn-Wlnt- er I Olvifft I U heat-N- o.! red Mild tlint I looked llkun dead UIIAIN- tious, and flesh forming levfrom our northern nnd southern homes ment of a Christ, a ipiurter of n Christ, lly drop little VssB&shil Esb '9SstiBt-- J ind Suppli Co , visit W ft HI .... Na3L'lilraif0prliiK Ltd., kundreds of thousands of men to do tlie hulf ol a Chi 1st, or Uic millionth cm ds, sometimes with it few woriU ng COHN-Doctors tried to euro vvomiiii. erage. Has our well known 1 ft WH Masiiriielnrri'S. of OAT--battle. AH the poetrj of war soon part of a Christ. 2 '(! l inn, but fulled, I had given up sympathy on them. riTTvlllltcill, fa. W ft OK css 1'OltK-Mvanished, and Jelt them nothing but YELLOW LABEL when I heard of tho I'lukbnin ,,,, . .... & . and ft U! in tho tenible nrose. The waded knee-dee- p onHe forsook a throne He sat down sjrrtli Wnrknl hy llaml. his own footstool. medicine. I got n bottle. I did came from NKW YOIIK. on the front of eveiy package, In mint. They slept In snowOld pciTile who hnve lost their teeth ton of glory to the bottom of hu4 W ft a vi not buvo much faith In It, but KI.OUU Winter intent banks, 'ihej murcheil till thilr cut the and our tude-marmiliation, und changed a circumfer- und do not care aliout wearing ft "'i VVIIKAT- - NaSrcil thought I would try It, nnd It Is Iboonlj sure euro In Iho world forrhraale feet trncktd the earth. They were ence seraphic for n '.'inUc-- ,., ft OT ones find u diniculty In eating tlier fOI(N-t. circumference mndu u new woman of me. 1 rrrs, Ulcere .Ulrrrs, Srrnrnlusis llleers "La Belle Chocolatlerc" ft Mil swindled out of their honest rations, tYK rar lluue Oismrenr, n(r Once w idled on by angels, now fissl. 1 be result Is tho invention hy a an r. X1, cil ft dog. They hnd jaws fracturid, nnd hissed at by brigands. wish I could fret every lady In 7J ftlO Ul on the hck. Kioin nfar and Frenchman of n chewing npparjtur. 1'IIHK New Mess anit suffer e.vcs extinguished, and llmlm shot high up he tho lauil to try It, for It did for i."f siuense A I.. ees.es, nr t'urrs nerniannii. ft 4S Icstsao for lMIrs, llurai I ills mine down; past meteors, This Is held In ono bund and a fork NONC OTHER QENUINB. uvvny. Thouaands of them eiled for mo what doctors could not do." uk- n xit rren .1. r. IIAlriMOKI' by starry thrones, in the other. A pine of ment, or water hk thej lay on the field the swifter than the; whatj'U)Ult-Kam- lly 48ft CO., (. 1'uul. Mlsri.' Al.l.lv HruVsi.ts. 4W Mrs. Sam.ik Crura, 1'akcr's Landing, Pa. himself moie lustrous; br .N. W'4ft t . . . . Wl night nfter the battle and got It not. worlds to smaller worlds; past larger ever Is to bo eaten, Is pluced betHten 1 That Lytlla K. I'lnkham's Vcgetnble Compound is n houthcrll--Wheft 1 U1V4 They were homesiik, ami received no of firmaments, and from down stairs tho blades, which aru opened and closed GIVEN AWAY AWell-MaSttift 3IW Jlmerlua Watch. safeguard of woman's health is clenrly proven by tho message from thtir loved ones. They cloud, nntl through trcetops cloud to thiea or four times, and by tills ronnH Milt only by ft M tt Oats .No. Swhlte thousands of letters constantly bclnir received. Hern fjrsi's'rVjrrrjifV;,.' Itye- - No 3 western "". v.r..i,.5,,,w ft died in barns, In bushes. In ditches, the cuiniTs stall, to thrust hisnnd int the fisd Is reduced to a state of WALTER BAKER & CO. LW. 4 01 shouldCATfLE-Firs- t quality u ono irom wrs. y. v. valkntink, boo 1 erry Ave., Camden, N. J.: the IiiinuiIm of the summer heat the er under our burdens und take the 4 HI ft 4 BO The IuiRnt Arcli In th World. DORCrtESTIiK. nAts. ' Dbak Mns. Pikhiuh: Ueforo writing to yott I felt very bail, had tcrriblo only attendants on their obsequies. lances of pain through his vltuls, nml INDIANAPOLIS. r., A steel nnli Is to be thrown , Tlbe,, mrt, tSTii.'sj Why did these fathers leave their wrapped himself In nil the agonies sick headaches, no appetite, gnawing pain in stomach, pain in iny back and right 7i 000.000 "ntS-t.S B3H airosj -3 mlicU L'orn-N- o. children ami go to the front, and vvbv which we deserve for our misdoings, the .Nlagnra rlvir near Clifton which ft aV side) was tired and nervous, aud ho weak I could scarcely stand. I was not tauctTimtts. vn,, caisrUn. JCs-.Ji- Zt 7 S mlxcil ()t-ft will be 810 feet span a greutir disdid these Aoung men, postponing the and stood on the splitting decks able to do anything, had sharp pains all through my body, Ucforo I hail taken of tance than was ever W m.I.,0 .I.1' LOUlVlI.t.K marriage, day, start out Into the prob- a foundering vessel, amid the drenchyet spanned by FWUK-Win- tcr s half a bottlo of Lydla U Pinkhom's Vcgetablo Compound, I founil myself im- VRITE !.' ., .? juu want to secure a patet t If patent 3 ft 4 00 ii n arch. abilities of never coming back Tor n ing surf of the sen, nnd passed CURtSWHcRt 4 M I TUtT b. proving. I continued IU uso until I had taken four bottles, mnd felt so well ft principle thi-- died. B" Best Uiuih Brup. 'lulnUuucl. VttfU Life for life. ft l on the mountains amid wild l'lill.iilrllil' Aiplmlt I'atriiimi,. that I did not need to take any more. I am like a new person. In lima, Wdil hr lrucl.l. HI I Hood r-ft eii for lllood. Substitution. WKF.V WKITINU TO AUVKKTiaKKa beasts of prey, nml stood nt the point Vl'hlliidelpbla lends In nsphult , CMOOCI lOHK-natiwl Hut we neiii not go so fur. What I.s where all eurtlily nnd Infernul liostll- - atrccts, Ask Mrs. Plikban's Advlcc-- A Womai Best uiderstaids a Wemai's , di ft ISM LAItU bteara ' lutvlng 'JW mill. Ills Blood ACTS OF SUBSTITUTION. "MY WIFE'S LIFE:' I Pure Blood 111 How -- was the means of saving it. ,..., preM-rlhln- s Hood'sWa Lp-Knre- lirr-ntlv- i Mutt-incu- n v -- ' 1 1 -- A IIIiih-trloi- a diM-ae1 v www i s s .J rrCi Svil e Am Jryp 1 - s "THE d -- ni Har-lies- t 1 bad-deb- 1 1 lias-tenin- g SAPOLIO sl Z4BI F i ? 5 s 1 7a w-men, Scimmerofnio. Law lr ilol-l.i- rs i Lectures -- r-- post-morte- 52?s Vi-t- DYSPEPSIA ils-pepaSMap-w- v, r. u S fn-e- rn-nb- lc prol-rtli-- a n IIMI,-21- g.il-leii- aism enjoys !' sen-son- i ). S f 2; l.(in.A-M)CII!T- old-tim- e gnl-Ion- s, n 'kjIicc-Washing- ton uuiom-pensate- d e ! e lUlsHrOII pros-trnlio- 3. -- Civ-lik- ,, -- ,s-s- -- llVKhTOCK--Cattle,comnii- -- on BAKER'S tie t CHOCOLATE -- ef-fo- m ZE"I I HAV-1'rl- rne scales! I - blaik-murglne- d No V" LAHD-hlm- 1 illu-boll- c. fu 1 No OATS-Mlx- LAHIJ-Wct- irn OKAIN-Viicat-- Corn-MUi- M... ... HOUb-Weater- n.... (IH ir-s- i, '$ OKAIN-Wheot- -No Na ..bP !KY. inld-nlglit- Corn-Mioat-Ml- xed xed Me lsiU 4tVaf . km , H yjijiJiaiiiii!!Ji!! ' lt' JbtS! - s a&jy4.i.ssssw as.steitf 'Zf&ysi&i&iV' aamtmiaiiitat TatoaTBHCimastfasymftyare lAs J -- ' Blood la LKa ACTS OF SUBSTITUTION. Men and Women Aro rorforralnff Thorn Dally. Ths rrlnflpteof Self.sacrltlco ItttAlwajt Dominate,! Manklinl-Mm- ij" llrmark bio Instanrra Jsoteil t"lirlt, tha la Health. Hero, the On Irlrstlsl llrrsst SillitlltUte, Without Wood circulating throufih your Telnt you could not llvo. Without pure ltd. Dr. Tnlinnp. In the follovvliiff blood you cannot bo welL The healthy i In limn) re action of eery organ dcn(l upon the. vcrmoH. culls repurity and richness of the blood by which murkiible liiHtinii't'H of xiilistitlltlnn 11 If you corded In tin- - lllblo rind ciimpnrrs Is nourished and sustained. f Christ vvlth the Kfi'i't wicrlflre have salt rheum, scrofula sores, pimples, llii-ibolls or any kind of humor, your blood Is for the wot Id. HIm text Is Hebrews U. 82: "Without jdii'tldiiitf of blood In not pure, ir jou lone iioou-- tarsaianua It will make jour blood pure and promptly no renilt-slon.relle all these troubles. In tlio spring .lohli (. AMilttler, the Inst of the the blood ts loaded with Impurities. "rout school oi Amerlcnii poets thill Hence, all those unsightly eruptions, that inndo the Inst qunrter of till renttirj languor and depression, and the danger of lirillinnt.nsked me in the White inoiiii-tnlione ni'iriiii(,' nfter iiru.U'ix, In serious Illness. Hood's Sirsapitrllla Is needed to purify, enrich and vltallso tho which I hml jjlvc-- out Cwper' blood and protect and fortify the system. hi inn nbout "The fountain filled with blood." "Do jou reiilly beliee there Ih a literal npplieiitioii of the e blood of ( hrlst to the soul?" M,v repl, then is mv nepithe repl by all now. The llltili; Htiiteiucnt Is America's Greatest Medicine Sold n(,'rees druggists, it; six for to. Get only Hoods. with nil plrvHicinns, nud nil pliytdolo-ists- , nnd nil f.cIriitlMn, in Mi.vlnt; thnt nOOU 5 with Hood sSarsaparllla. the blood Is the life, nnd In the Christian, religion it menus tdiiipl.v thnt Christ's life wiih jjiwn for our life. ROMANCE VERSUS KICKS. Hence nil this talk of men who wtj the lllble tdtiry of blood in dlspiiHtlnu, TMnrqnla Who Dla. nnd that they don't wnnt whiit thej mil n "sliiut;literlioiiM' religion," only lllted Moonshine Vnnqnlahed shows their inenpiiuity or unwilling- the Pleinlln- Poet. iios to look through the llpire ot slijnlfled. Che whom I adore Is the wife of a fat mar- speech toward the thliiu; llear-rtd- , mar- - The blood thnt, on the ilnrVest (treaty luit a lop eared, .,. .a man wunpul Mui, j sisn sriu,..,,! or Ilit. uor',1 ptpr hum', imxt-d- , sentiment, nho car naught lor moonlight poured fmnithebrow-.niii- l the side, nnd inu music, A low. practical man, v. ho paj i the liuiids, nnd the feet of the IIIiih- nin aeiua. i imie mm. trioiix iiiffcrer, buck of .leriisalem, In This very morning at breakfast, lie had cursed the lithhallt and sneered at the a few hours coagulated mill dried up, nud forever diMippeaieil; mid if nuiii liicUed onions. She it a good cook. The neighbors vv ill tell hnd depended on the npplieiitioii of you so. Ami to be told by the base inarnins the literal blood of Christ, there a man, who, previous to his niAiriaee, had would not lime been u soul wiitl for lived at the rneap eating hotmes to lc totd the Inst IS centuries. u uini inai ncr manner 01 irjwg utnuaui Ill order to understand this red was a failure it was too much. we otil.v, have to eHer tears fell fast. I, too, went. 1 word of ln erelse as linieli common scum- - in remixed my sobs with lier'n. "lly with mel" ligion ns we do in ovir,v tiling else. I cried. Kre the could reply ere she could articuI'nnjf for punj, hunger for lumber, late her her husband, the marquis, fntljrue for fatigue, tear for te.ir. upon me. crept snake-likblood foi blood, life for life, we see Shall I wile it lie kicked me out of th evrr.vdnv illiintrateil. '1 he act of gtrden he ticked me into the street. is no tiovidtv. although the f did not return. How could I! I, so ethereal, so full of soul, of sentiment, ol iilea of Christ's HiilTrriiifr siibttituted sparkling originality! He, so gross, so prac- for our MilTcring wen- - soniethint; tical, so lop eared. Miuietliinr destreiiiRl odd, Had I returned, the creature would hat xoniethinp wildly eccentric, a holltnr.i kicked me again. Boston Journal. episode in the world's history; wheii could take you out into this city I A Remarkable Hook.. .mil before sundown point jou to 500 t eases of substitution nnd loluutury A Comic History of Greece, from the Times to the Death of Alexander the siirteriiifr of one In behnlf of another. lly Charles M. Snyder. PhiladelOreat. At 2 o'clock afternoon phia: J. 11. lappimott Company. or Ihe author of this work has set lumcll fjo itmniiR the places of business for will toil. the task of making a truly serious set of cir- you Itfind be no dillicnlt thlntf to men, by their looks, show He hai cumstances, exceedingly funny. They unquestionably suc ceded, as he cxprcMCl you thnt they are ol aie prematurely old. They nre hasit. He wrote the look for the purpose getting even with the mtht and heroes ol tening toward their decease. They antiquity who caused him eurh anguish in hme pone through crises in business school days. The Comic History ot (Ircrct that shattered their nervous system, it witty and humorous, wthout being ml- nnd pulled on the brain. They ha.e About 150 illustrations far. from the pencils of a halfilluminate thl a shortness of brrath, and a pain In doten artists. The hook it a truly tickle tonic for the mel- the buck of the brad, and at night nn insomnia that alarms them. Why ancholy. are they drtulfrlnfr at business carh When tome men start to tell a story yo and late? For fun? will sae time by letting them tell it with be illlllcult to extract any.o; it would amusement out trying to change the tubjecl. W'aihing out of that exhaustion. "llecause the ton Democrat. are nMtricioiis? In ninny cn-no. Fitt stopped free and permanently cured. Itecause their own personal expenses No fits after firtt day's use of Dr. Khne't nre laUsh? Xo; a few hundred doGreat Kerrc Restorer. Free $2 tn.il bottle & llar' would meet all their wants. The treatue. Dr. Kline, P33 Arrh St., l'hila , Pa. simple fact is, the man is eiidiirinp nll that fatigue and exasperation, Xo fraud it more wicked than cheating in wear nud tuir, to keep his home and a love game. lUm't Horn. 'I here Is an iitti-ntiois Pure Blood HoodVrfira flll Lop-Eared netf-uth- - - Vrl-ilii- j- .-T- foaming wiath of the community could be kept off him only by armed constables. Who would volunteer to 1m his counsel? N'o attorney wanted to sacrifice his popularity by such an ungrateful task. All were silent save one, a young lawyer with feeble voice, that loilhl hardly be heard outside the bar, pale ami thin nnd awkward. t It was William 11. Seward, who tet, the prisoner was idiotic and Irresponsible, ami ought to be put In nu asylum, rather than put to denth, the heroic counsel uttering these beautiful words: "I speak now in the hearing of a people who have prejudged prisoner and condemned me for pleading in his behnlf. lie Is a convict, n pauper, n negro, without Intellect, sense, or emotion. My child with nn nftectlon-at- e face smile dlsarurs my care-worof its frown whenever I cross ray threshold. The Iwggur In the street obliges me to give because he says '(Sod bless you, as I jkish. My dog caresses me with fondness if I will but smile on him. My horse recogtill his manger. What nizes me it reward, what gratitude, what sympathy and nlTectloncun I expect here? There the piisoner sits. Look at him. Look nt the assemblage around you. cenListen to their sures nnd excited fenrs, and tell me where among my neighbors or my fellowhere, even In his heart, I can expect to Hml a sentiment, n thought, not to say of rewnrd or of acknowledgment or even recognition, (ientiemen, you mny think of this evidence what you jilease, bring in what verdict you can, but I asservatc before Heaven nnd you that, to the best of my kiiowiedge nnd Ix'lief, the prisoner at the bnr docs not at this moment know why It is that my shadow falls on yon Instead of his own." The gallows gut its victim, but the examination of the poor ItnUIble line creature showed to nil the surgeons rriiculni; from that store, from that and to nil the world thnt the public Iwinlt, from that shon. from that senf- - were wrong, und William II. Reward loniing, io a ipitet scene n few blocks, was right, and that hard, stony step I n f ww mil en awny, ami 111 IIIC .VHUIII II Will, l.n.,1. there Is the s- OIHIMIU cret ot tnnt iwixlnesti eniluram-e- . He I'll the tlrst step of the stairs of j Is tniijlv Din chuimdun of n )iuhil- no which he went to the top. stenil, for which he wins lirenil. nml or to within one step of tlm top, uini wardrobe, and ediicntion, and prosper- last denied him though the trencher-crity, nnd in such battle 10,000 men of American polities. Nothing fall. Of 10 business men whom I subllmer was ever seen in an Ameribury, nine die of oterwork for others. can court room than William II. Sew-un- l, Some sudden disease finds them with without reward, standing no power of resistance, and they are the furious opuhice and the . Substitution! Ro'ir. Ufe for life. Illood for blood. loathsome Si hstitution! In the realm of the fine arts there A U 1 o'clock uiornlnp;, wns ns remarkable an instance. U-- ; hour when slumber is most mi- brilliant but liy painter, ll tcrruptcd and profound, walk amid Joseph William Turner, was met by n the dwelling houses of the city. Here volley of abuse from all the art galaw RH i ib9m minting, mil there you will find n dim ligl t. leries of Kiiropc. His Hccause It Is tin- - household custom which have since won the npplause "VCTsj-f- t , ,.... jmM3t rreivrrXraM K,,ii,,,i ui, nations. "The Fifth of all Both tho method and results when moHt of the bouses from base to top I'lague clvllied of Hgypt," "1'ls! eriueii on a DJTUpoi r IgS 13 laKCn; llispieasant "re as unru as uioii(;ii untntiulilttsl. A Leo Shore In K.piallv Weather," "Cal- (io.i I'lio Sun lllsing Through ais 1'ler, and refreshing to tho taste, and acta , - rciful -- has sent forth the (arth-nge- " -!. on tho Kidney, hUiilng, the Mist," and "Dido Hiiildlng were then tnrgets for critics to lifllit imriiliifr. ami outside on a win shoot nt. In defense of this outragetcm effectually, disncla colds, head iliiw casement a l'I.ish or niteher eon ously abused man, a young author aches and f overs and cures habitual t. lining food for a sick child; the fixnl of --M years, just one year out of colio set In the fresh air. with his pen constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho sixth nijrlit that mother This Is the lege, came forth and most famous anil eslias nt up only remedy of its kind ever pro. with thnt milTercr. .She has to the wrote the ablestthe world ever saw, or say mf art that duccd, pleasing to tho taste nnd ac- last point olwyeu the physlelnu's pre- ever will see .lohn Ituskln'M "Modern ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in scription, not ifhliif,' a drop too much Painters." For 17 yenrs this author too little, or its action and truly bcnciicial in its or too late. She n moment too som fought the battles of the maltreated Is or ntixious, for artist, and after, in poverty and effects, prepared only from tho most she has buried three lery children with the the painter hnd died, healthyand agrcoabloBubstanccs, its same disease and she prajH nnd weeps, and the public tried to undo their many excellent qualities commend it each prayer and soli ending with a crueltits toward him by giving him a pale to all and have rcatlc it the mo3t kiss of theshe cheek. Ily tlint of big funeral and burial In St. Paul's kindness tfets the "little one Ciitlndnil, his friend took out popular remedy known. through the ordtal After It is all of a tin box 1U.0U0 pieces of paper conSyrup of Figs ia for Palo in CO oer the mother is taken down, llrnin taining drawings by the old painter, cent bottles by all lending drug- or nenous feter sets In, and one dav and through many weary nnd uncomgists. Any rcliablo druggist who she lcncs the tomnlcscent child pensated mouths assorted and ara goes for the may not have it on hand will pro- with mother's idcssiiif?. anil ones up ranged them say Johnpublic observato Join the tUree departed Itusklu in his in tion. People cure it promptly for any one ho the kingdom of Heaven. Mf,. ()r ifP old days Is cross, misanthropic and wishes to try it. Do not accept nuy .Substitution! The fact is that then-ar- morbid. Whatever lie may do that he an uncounted number f mothcrx ought not to do, and whutever he may-sasubstitute. who. after they hate naigated a not to say between CAUF0RNM FIR SYRUP CO. large family of children through all now that lie ought he will leave this and his death, SAM FRAHCIH0. CAL the diseases of infancy, and got them world iliHilvcnt ns fnr ns It hns any HSW rORK, MX. MU13VIUI. Kf. fairly stnrleil up the dowering slope capacity to pay this nuthor's pen for of Imhood and girlhood, its chivalric nud Christian defense of KMMHMWMMOMMMMl strength enough left to die. lime only ii poor painter's pencil. John Ituskin They fade away. .Some call It for Wlliiim Turner. Illood for blood. some call it nenous prosSubstitution! tration; some call it intermittent or All good men have for centuries mchirial Indisposition; hut it been trying to tell who this substiuiovty rdom of the domestic circle. Life tute wns like, and every comparison, or life. JUood for blood. Kubxthu-tloti- t iiispirid and uninspired, eiungellstlc, pruplieVVe, npontfiUr, imtl liiminn, ImII l)r peibaps it mother llut'ers lomr short, for Christ wns the (Irent Unto see a son get on the wrong like. Adnm. n tvpe of Christ, because enough road, nnd bis former kindness be- he came directly from (lod; .N'oah, a aK m comes rough reply when she extype of Christ, because he delivered BaHl presses unsiety about him. Hut she Ids own family from deluge; Mel- lALIR btnH goes right on, looking carefully after clilsedee, a ty pe of Christ, because bbsH I ' i KWH his apparel, lemembutiiig his ecry be hud no predecessor or successor; rlVy bIbII bmUI blrthdiiy with some memento, nnd Joseph, a type of Christ, because he when he Ik biought home worn out was cast mit by his brethren; Moses Tnt with dissipation, nurses him till he a type of Christ, because he wns a degets well and stints him again, and liverer from bondage; Joshua, a type i hopes, and expects, and piuys, anil of Christ, because he was a conquercounsels, anil siilTerx, until her or; Sainton, a type of Christ, because strength gle out ami she fulls. Shu of his strength to slay the lions nnd in going, nnd attendants, bending oer carry off Iron gntcs of Impossibility; her pillow ask her If she has any mct Solomon, n typo of Christ, In the afit s.ige to leate, and she mnkes great fluence of his dominion; Jonah, n type to miv something, but out of of Christ, because of the stormy sea tlueo or four minutes of indistinct 111 which he thicw himself for the utternnce Ihey can catch but thiee rescue of others; but put together woids- - "My poor boy!" The simple Adam, and Noah, nmF- - Melchihedec, Ha,MMBHanBwB fact Is she died for lilin. I.lfo for and Joseph and Moses, and Joshun, Celebrated for more than a life. Substitution. and Samson, and Solomon, und Joncentury as a delicious, About 3S years ago there went forth ah, nnd they would not make u flag-mefrom our northern and southern homes of a Christ, n ii wirier of n Chi 1st, and flesh forming bevhundreds of thousands of men to do the half ot a Christ, or Uiu millionth Has our well known erage. battle, All the poetiy of war soon part of n Christ. mulshed, and left them nothing but lie forsook a throne and sat down YELLOW LABEL tlm tenlble prose. They waded knee-dee- p on hta own footstool. Ho came from In iiiikI, They slept in hiiow the loll of glory to the bottom of huon the front of eveiy package, banks. They marched till their cut miliation, and changed a circumferand our trade-mtifeet tracked the earth. They were ence seraphic for a circumference swindled out of their honest rations, Once waited nu by angels, now "U Belle Cbocolatiere" dog. They had Jnws fractured, and hissed at by brigands. From afar and on the bck. eyes extinguished, nnd limbs shot high up he came down; past meteors, away. Thousands of them ciird for swifter thnn they; by starry thrones, MONO OTHER QENUINB. water hh they luy on the Held the himself moie lustrous; past linger night after the battle nnd got It not. worlds to smnller worlds; down stairs They were homesick, and received no of flnuitmeiits, and from cloud to Mails ot)f bj from their loeil ones. They cloud, nnd through trcetops nnd into died in barns, in bushes, In ditches, the camel's stall, to thrust his shouldWALTER BAKER & CO. tfi. the bii7anls of the summer heat the er under our burdens und take the UORCrtE5Tlili, HAS9. only attendants: on their obseiiiles. lanccH of pal u through his vitals, and . Why did these fathers leate their wrapped himself in nil tho agonies IITIIL'OIJ irsn. children and go to the front, nnd why which we deserve for our misdoings, ' did these young men, postponing tho and stood on the splitting decks of marriage ilny, stiirt out Into the a foundering vessel, amid t lit drenchSbnBftBHMVTBjBVXval of neter coming Iraek For n ing Kur( of the sou, and passed midCUHIS Writl! All ISt f AllS. liiinciple they died. Ufe for life. nights on the mountains amid wild IBestUiuahDrrup. 'iairsUuij. Vt i in iim. Hold b? drudrlfttt. Illood for Illood, .Substitution. beasts of prey, nnd stood ut the point Hut wc need not go so fur. Whut Is where all curthly and infernul hostil saw-tha-t e n 1 Har-lies1 w-men, s pros-peroti- s. post-mortey IihIm-cIIc-- thnt monument In Oie cemetery. It is to the doctors who fell in tho southgo? to Why ern epidemic. there not enough tick to bo nl tended latitudes? Oh yes; In these northern but the doctor tints a few meil ciil books In his allse, and sonus tlnls of medicine, and leaven his pntlentii here In the hands of other physlciniis, he nml takes the rail trnln. gets to the Infected regions he pastes crowded rail trains, regular nnd extra, taking thing and affrighted populations. He arrives In n city over which n great horror Is brooding. He goes from couch to couch, feeling the pulse and study InK symptoms, nml prescribing tiny nfter day, night nfter night, until n fellow physiclnn siijs! "Doctor, yott hml better go home and rest; ou look mlsernble," Hut he cannot rest while so ninny are suffering. On nnd on, until some morning llnds him In a delirium, in which he talks of home, nnd then rles nnd says he must go and look after those patients, lie is told to lie down; but be tights the nttendnnts until he back, and Is wenker and weaker, and dies for people with whom he hnd no kinship, and far nwny from his own family, and Is hastily put nwTiy In a stmnger's tomb, und only the fifth part of n newspaper line tells us of his sncrlllc-c- his nnme Just mentioned among lite. Yet he has touched the furthest height of sublimity In that three weeks of humanitarian service. He goes straight ns an arrow to the bosom of him who said; "1 was sick and ve visited me." Life for life. Hlood for blood. Substitution! see the In the legnl profession In same principle of 1S40 William Freeman, u pauperized was ut Auburn, N. and Idiotic negro, v., tin trial lor iiiumer. no linn simii the rutin Van Xest family. The e 1 e. ities charged on him nt once irUi their keen sabres our Substitute! When did attorney 7or endure to much for n pauper client, or physician for the patient In tho lazaretto or mother for the child In membranous croup, us Christ for ut, nnd Christ for you, and Christ for inn? Shall any mnii or woman or child In this nuilience who hns ever suffered for another find It hard to understand this Christ ly suffering for us? Btmll thoe whose sympathies hnve been wrung In behalf of tho tiufortunnta hnve no appreciation of that one moment which wus lifted out of alt tho nges of eternity ns most conspicuous, gnthered up nil tho sins when Chi of those to be redeemed under hit one arm, and nil their sorrows under hit otiier iiriu, and said; "I will atone, for these under my right arm, nnd will heal nil those under my left arm. Strike mo with nil thy glittering shr.fls, 0 eternnl justice! ltoll over nu with nil thy surges, yo oceans of sorrows?" Thnt Is what Paul means, that la what I menu, that Is what nil tlioso who hnve over liml their hearts chntig-c- d menu by "blood." I glory In thlt leliglon of blood! I nm thrilled ns 1 see the suggestive color In siicrnmen. tal cup, whether M ! ot burnished silver set on , cloth immaculatelr n from wood sei white, or rviii';ii-iirmeeting houar, of on tlaiile In log-hNow l am thrilled ns the wilderness. I tee the altar of ancient sacrifice crimson with blood of the slain lamb, and Leviticus is to uic not so much the old Testament ns the new. Now I see why the destroying angel passing CAT AND THE PELICAN. 4 Illnl'" ACCORDING SVhr TO CONSCIENCE. Seoa-rate- rl( ! lill Wny ( liilroiliirlnK lt n Kllten l'lnliiK Cnteli nml 'Inns. nessee- Mountain Church. the CongrcBullou Mas oa Sexual I.tnrs la Ten- d "MY WIFE'S LIFE." hoitte, In Ilehiiul n big, large city, there lived n Inrge pelican. The lard wns allow rd the liberty of the Mini, around which he would wnlkte-dntel- y He could not lly far, and he had lived there so long that he teemed cona it the pelican wns Inking his morning exercise, n little kitten from n neighbor's ynrd cnuie strolling nhuig the fence. When she llrst taw the bur bird her eyes opened In wonder, her tml grew big, nnd her hnlr flood out I1"' presently, ns the pellcnn did not hurt her, she became used to him. and uiiied down Into the yard to Invest ig ov tent iyto One dm. when "On one occasion," tenmtked the able jouriulist, "I vvat down In tho mountain! of Tennessee, where every thin it primitive, and on Sunday I attended a llaptist cliiirvli, where, much to my tururitc. the women were seated on one side of the I had IiOiiw, and the men on the other. never seen anything of tho kind before, and after the icrvnrs were over I spoke aliout it to olio of the members, whom I knew quite well. "'It's nllut Itch done that a vry,' he laid In explanation. "Mint why!' I persisted. "'Si's to vvorthlp Hod arcordin' to our own roncicn(.e, as the constitution ht-lid- How was the means of saving it. I promptly cured." K. Motttt, Memphis, Tenn. the pellcnn happened wife where he kin ninl(e him with her el to be i" a lively mood, nnd wm.tcil n bow about eve, onc't in two mitiiitet ef vv belli-r- r he Ih gins to tvvuiz- - I say, kin n man do that gniM "fp'a.v with somebody, or iniiUr them irciinilaiiirt and worship (!od he iiineinbered the wny his father tnordlu' to hlv own conncienic? Well, not to c nch fish by throwing them up much, now bar; an' crtirkl-urd not m thlt tin air and ditching them ipilu, hcie neck uv wood.' 'The cxpbnitlon ami, the mpportimt he wns n little nestling nml lived while rained conviction beyond all con. don't know. in n trre beside a river, trovirsy, ami had no more to ttj in opHut lli pelican picked up the III I Io position. Would igtou Mar , r '''whether " 'Hut tittinfc on opKlte sides of the rlinrcli doesn't make any difference, doct it?' "Don't it!' he replied with cinp1iai. a Well, hit jis' do. 0i jou rcikon thatbit man kin tit over thir loniulo u incuts from Itoznih;" and iihoii'1 Apocalypse means when It ilesolb"' a Heavenly chieftain whose "yisturc was dipped in blood;' nnd whalJohn, of the apostle, means when lie sij-ithe "precious blood Hint from nil sin;" nnd vvhnt the ol', worn-out- , desereplt missionary Pad means when. In my text, he cries,t'Wlthoiit shedding of blood Is no pinlssjon lly that blood you and I vvll be saved or never saved nt nil. 'n all the nge of the world (Sod ha not onee pardoned n single iu excM1 through the Saviour's expiation, mil he never will, (ilory Ih to (Sod tat the hi bnck of Jerusalem vvas tr battlefield on which Christ achieved, our llbcrti' It was was a most exc ting day 1 f Water! spent on the Starting out with the irornlng tm'n from llrussels, Ilelgliim we arrived In aliout nn hour on that faiii" is sHit. A son of one wb- was In 'Me battle, and who had from Ma father a thousand times the whi-lscene recited, nciompniilcd us the field. There stood the old Houg- oiuont Chateau, the walls dented, nail scratched, and broken, and shatertd by grapeshot und cannon ball. Thfe tho well In which 300 dying a U dend were pitched. Thern Is 'h chapel with the head of tho Infant Christ shot off. There arc Jhe gn'-at which, for many hours, Kngl h nnd French nnnles wrestled. Yonder were the 100 guns of the Knglish and the 2J0 guns of the French. on.'r the Hanoverian Hussars tied for tne ka In-irr s tb.lr door iwsts. Now 1 know Mt liuifjili im'iii9 when he sncnkn of "i In red nnoarel ocnilnir with on 1 dyedr Pus, seemed to think It wns rather From St. lAwrence I'Ulndcaler, Canton, nyioi! fun. With a quick motion. Mie X Y. ,eI.f anij cnlnc to the ground on To u(Tcr for vcart with s prevaihiis pain . . . T, , rcnml,rre,i fut ailment, which lu Med skillful inedicul trmtincnt, jet which w cured by a simple n mo 101 which him. He turned, made another grnb nt iiotiscnoKi me little cnt, nnd gave her nnolber toss. Mrs. (ieonio L. lingers, ot West Mam Mrret, Canton, N. Down came kitty ngnln, landing safely ago," Mid Mrs. ItoKers "llilttren on the grass, not nt nil frightened nt to a icprtrter,jcr as atlaikrd Willi iiilUin "I Sim iiiitory iheimiatiiuii and a comnhrattoii of this new- rough companion. judge somewhat of what teemed to enter Into the sport of the iIivmvs, t nu ranyou look at thes hands endured, when tlnng, nnd stood still to be tossid, ns It 'I hey wrte distorted, tvvmtrd and swollen My foot, too, is so nimh out of haie tint the rather liked It. The pelican got tired llrst. His inns, tie bin toe lays across the others, the end w I I, ter rajne out of Ihe house with a guod standing I am 1 I I of fish for him. He picked up a dinner H sixty tl v e . oiu, rears plra fish, gave It a nnd caught nnd have n swallowed It, Puss, who wns looking h o in r ant on with open evc, ciime In for a share and other ccmforls, life of the pelican's dinner, and they have. to me was far been the best of friend ever tlncc. from enjoy Our Animal Friends. able, for all It ns ,,.. l''' "' "' "s"! ",ou,h 1 1 In "" lf ,0 cn,ch the nlr. INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATISM. When the lungt are tlttckrd and Ihe symptoms ol consumption appear, tlirn if glut tlit struggle ntiwetn anrcllon and that destroying disease which slays Its thousands annually, II Is a happy Issue In Ihe struggle when disease Is comiuered ami health re'toird. huch an Issue does not always end the strugitle, but It did In the case u( lit. K. Morris, Memiihls.Tenn., who saw Ida wile wasting and weakening and physicians helpless, and then suggested (he simple lemrdy Ihst wituklit the cure, lie tells the story thus! "Seven years agJ. my wife had a terete atttck ol luug Ii on lite whkh Ihe phy. slclaiit piononnced tonsumplloii. The roiish wt eitremely dlslrrislng, espe. Ully at night, and wis Ireiiuenily tltetidcd with Ihe spilling ol Mood The lovtJrn tielng unable Io help her, I In tluredhertolry lir. Ayet's Chtrrr I'rclotst and was surptlsed tl the girti rcllel It gave. Ilelore using one whole bottle the was eureil. to thai now the Is strong and quite healthy. That this medicine sated my wile's life I hate not Ihe least ilouM. I alwtvs keeplir Ayer't Cherry Perioral In the hou.e. W lirneter any ol my family hate a cold or cough we use It, and are The question i "Is censnmptlnn cura. Mel" It sllll ilthtled, and sllll dtlialahle. It Is etty to say that this was tiol case ol consumption. Vrt the physicians said It was. Ihcy should know. At a mailer ol (act. lit. Ayei't Cheriy I'ecloiat hat wrought so tnsuy similar cures that It seems Io argue (he curatilcncss ol con. sumption In lit rsrller stages, liy the use ol this remedy. Theie Is no tidier medicine (or pulmonatr troubles than lir. Ayer't cherry I'rrlortt, 11 eltrt tellrl In casta ol Ailhini, and llionchllls, whete hat lietn hclctoloic tutittlntble. It promptly cures Coughs and Colds. I, (ilp1e, and alt allectlont ol the threat and (unit. Iterelolore, Ir Ayei't Cheny I'rclnral has hrcn put up In lull tlte tiottlra only, at ll rr per Iwllte. To meet a wmld wide demtnd (or a tmtllrr pick, aai, the remedy Is now put up In hall site bullies, at half pilrr sn cenls, W'llle lor lir Ayer't Cutthonk ((reel and learn mom ol the cures erttrtedby lir. Ayei't Clirriy I'tcloral. Addrctt J C. Ayer Co., I.ovrcll, It-l- ll Mass. ,., rlrtt Soap - heredity. 1 1 b to, JP Women who use soap don't do so because they know it s the best, rrobably they haven t They given n thought to the matter. their mothers and inherit the soap-habi- t JTandmothers did, before them. Women who use Pcarline do so, because they have used soap and Pcarline, and have found Pcnrlinc to be better more effective, saving time and rubbing ; just as harmless, and i more economical rvviSWfe other PAY UP OR GO HUNGRY. ( alunlllcauce (svle tiiiiisi into In "THE MORE YOU 8AY THE LE88 PEOPLE REMEMBER." ONE tlehtCollrelnrs !. woods. J ;,, i.,.i old-tim- e e y ' ' HA Jul bI Uill I 1 MAMM. ' ' ' ' ' ' Yonder wns the ruilne of Oht n. where the French cavalry, not knowing then was n hollow In the ground, rolled over nnd down, troop nfter troop, tumbling into one uwful mass of suffering, hoot of kicking horsex against brow nnd breast of curtains nnd colonels nnd private soldiers, tlw Human nnd the beastly groan Kept up until, the ilny nfter. all wns thoieM under becnuse of the malodor arising lector should not cat during the siege, In thnt not month ot June. the strongest stomach wlnt. This "There." snld our guide, "the High- - to paral of Its lnnd regiments lay down on their rule, in suite own absurdity, la nllows tint- faces xviiUlnir f'" th TnoinrnA o leled l.y n Jury Intolaw. sshlrh In somo n icrdlct. spring u'Hin the foe. In thnt orchmd stnrvlng HerV cases the collectors nre systemntlcnlly 2.S00 men were cut to pieces. stood Wellington with white lips, nnd put through n course of training to en up thnt klioll rode .Marshal Ney on his nble them to go n long time without ixtli nurse, live miving Oeen snot, tin food X. Y. World. der him. Here the ranks, of tho French CALIFORNIA SWEET WINES. broke, nnd Marshal Ney-- with his boot slashed of n sword, and his hat off, and his face covered with powder nnd Total Production Amounts Io l, IIhi,- blood, tried to rally his troops ns he JU.lUnllona Output ut Last I lul- cried: 'Come nnd see how a marshal tgr m.r.lKI.OlMI. of Franco dies on the battle field. From yonder direction Oronchy was Internal Iteienue Collector John C. expected for the French reinforce Lynch, of the First district, nml II. C. ments, but lie mine not. Around those e woods lllucher vvas looked for to rein Hell, of the Fourth district, hnve ved complete returns of the producforce the I'ugllsh, nnd Just In "time he came up. Yonder is the field where tion of sweet wines in California up to Napoleon stood, his arms through the the first of the month. Nearly nil of 's reins of the horse's bridle, dazed and 1ho wineries have furnished their insiinr, trying to go bnck." Scene of n run, nnd the total for the season of battle that went on from twenty-fiv- e will exceed the returns nlrcady minutes to IS o'clock, on Juno 13, until made by only n few thousand gallons. 4 o'clock, when the Knglish seemed A recapitulation shows the total prodefeated and their commnndei cried out: "Hoys, you can't think of giv- duction of the state ns follows: Port, 3,013,113 gallons; sherry, 3,002,-Su- i. ing wny? ItememlKT old Knglnndl" muscat, 672,026; Angelica, 7IS.33I; And the tides turned, und nt S o'clock in the evening the mail of destiny, tokay, 11,775; Malaga, 11,011. Total who was called by his troops Old Two C,19,263. Hundred 'thousand, turned away with Nearly all of these wines have nlrcady broken heart, nnd the fate of cen- been sold. turies wan decided. Now that thetc figures have been reNo wonder n great mound hns been ceived the total output of wines in tlm renred there, hundreds of feet high u mound at the expense of millions of state from the last vintage can be given. dollars ami many yinrs In raising, and In round numbers it Is 31.S00.0O0 galon tho top is the grent llelginn lion of lons, of which 25,000,000 gallons were bronze, and n grand old lion It is. Hut dry wines. This Is the greatest prodour great Waterloo was in Palestine uct for one season in the history of tho There came u day when all hell rode state. ,. up, led by Apollyon, nnd the captain of our salvation confronted them Sllrer li the Ounce, ulone. The rider on the while horte "1 used to wonder," snld Mr. IlilTcrly, of the Apocnlypso going out ngnlnst "how the silversmiths managed In sellthe black horse cavalry of death, and ing silver things by the ounce. Supthe battalions of the dcmonlnc, und pose somebody tv anted a quarter of n tin myrmidons of darkness. From nt noon to 3 o'clock In the pound of forks, for Instance, what afternoon the grcutest battle of the would they do about that? Hut I found out the first time I bought any. Tho universe went on. Kternal were being decided. All the nrovvH of forks weighed just a little bit more than hell pleiced our chieftain, and tjie bat four ounces, and I'd us lief ns not h.ivo tle.ixes struck him, until brov and taken the extra weight and pnld for It, cluck nnd shoulder and hand aid foot hut I didn't have to. The clerk laid one were Incarnadined with oolngVllfe. of the forks on n chopping block nnd ii tlnal but he fought on until he off as from stroke with sword Hli,HiVr-lit-eflS-JchoirWaJ1 chopped ..-"- a tineas slickto you please, . ilown Ktiolil.r. mill lli Jul 111 r- naes in jnirco weignt." ji. y. Bun. of hell and nil nu lorces ieu everlasting ruin, nnd the victory Is THE MARKETS. ours. And on the mound thnt the triumph we plant Mils C'iscissATi. Arrll Ii figures, not in bronze or iron or 3 S5 sculptured marble, but two figures of LlVKS'lOCK"Cattlr,common. S (It, UU1 sptr-clititchcni i living light, the lion of .ludah'a tribe TALVKS ratrtogiHKl llghl I Ti u ( 3 10 ft 3 IIOOH t'oimnon und the Lamb thnt wns shun. 3 (V 3 7V re-csea-tonit cln-bralday-tw- o -(111 (tort Vhurth. I tried different doctor and man) proprietary remedies, but w not !ciichtr, "U.t M trih tried Dr Willnms' Pink I had The most persistent creditors nnd Pill for l4lc People ami to frrl that thrr t collectors In the world nro were the hmt lox I began continued uung I doing me good tnld to be those of India. It Is not un- them and steadily graw "I have meil thirteen Nile of the mill common for thorn to literally live upon Wtlrr ii fortlirsvt fit the doorstep of a debtor for days nt and today feel appetite iskimiiI, I frrl Imitlit, titn years My n time. It Is the custom for I he dun rlirerful and have a desire to live and enjoy to tit at the door ot his victim's tent society. "I have lecn a member of the Methoditt and allow no one to go out except by fnr u imtny jmii, his sanction. During this slrgo he church for to attrnd I hut able now year am to at i) tuiible neither ents nor allows hit debtor to lend the church services rreularlv and cer rat Ion It kept up until i tauilv niipreriate that nnviletre ron der ent. This star a Williams rink eitner me ueoi is pain or me creditor wonderful medicine nils lor rale rr p'eno gives up the siege, In which case the oilier medicine could and am ronfidint wonhave effected the debt Is considered canceled. derful riire lliey haTc in mr ca " Dr The laws by which this common prac- William' Pink I'dU for Pale Peonle aie reiiinliit that exert tice Is regulated nre well defined. Not cimipo-e- d of vegetable purifying and ruricli n pnnerful influence in even the chief governors of the counmi" the blood, thus curing many diseases try ore exempt from it. When the It large or the ense In some debt Mmle Dim Mrk. ether wny Important, it is the custom IVelor fon ocean steamer) Your turn hai I see. ir Allow me to for n number of collectors to surround feme, (an old larltelorl l'aer?er it will won the tent nnd sometimes errn the bed off no, doctor It of the debtor to make sure hr takes It Un'l tea raIcJ.nrs. I looked too lmt no food. The law, however, requires at thoa; those bridal couples. N. V. ns a matter of fairness that the col- Weekly. Slnrir Tlirm- anil (hi Ilelititrs't mil One fllira in. In Imlln when you are WORD WITH YOU, IkiHIi without 1 bad-deb- er tli-.- I 1 SAPOLIO rl : I 4l 7i f i ..ur.Sll. sf UU -- mMtiimi I'tL HI..H-- Nirtr (tsr TS.S.rv.1 willtlMstit DO.hi wmriiisu. aruHltiiKa saaih. S III 1 lr .Vnsnrrs In t orretponileiilsi. Ptudent Cerlain'r, lC)Vkeelng ran be learned at home All you have to dj It not lend them Header Xo, it is not an uncommon thing fnr trie go! to gi to the bad, otherwise there would le n demand for imssi manes Inquirer Irs, there tie suokra-- t mane from lawsuits relating tncvpyrightt, but we wouldn't rrsommeml thnn lor your library e don't know why the lily it Senlimeiil recngmted aa the riiilnVm of purity, unless It it man hat been unable to adul-Athlete Yes, a omui plaster will tome-times rrmove Ihe elTerts of a strain or wrenrh, Iml you'd lietler keep tie wrench to aid In remoruig the potoua plaster. Chicago I'vcriing Newt, EDUCATIONAL. Summer und.cnla. I I J I tl (,... i Wsl tssa. tSM.s-1-. itaist. MAS Law nl? "-- UtfX. I siitb tummsr July 1 it, r.ccia-losru.t Lectures SUJIMLH KECISIHAR LAW SniOOL, CnARtOTTriVILLE. Vo. ,, teratr it tvs-sir- -- I I I DYSPEPSIA S MM MM Mfar all Tears Torm Iviasa c--slrllm nftltt- llrr I'.isltlou. 'Jlsr Hit I lillurrn av llrluk d noibirnr ml Iirp.la In lis and al limes Irnr su injeh uuU Jtek 1 it true that she la a countess! calle.1 drain (). ll la a delicious, tppctiung. loait. lorn Yrsi 1 saw- - her tnvself at the t ah. nourishing food drink to take the p'aee of not r.uvln and dUrl eten IhaL tsst larcb I In's droit in an uptown rsUMUht'.rul. cVild ualu I vsl.VHin MM. M roll.IwYe by all grocr. and liked by all S.B. M...II,. ,M.,..M..I.,. MM. SI and alwe ll.el, I Up Ii. 1U. vstie) when propeilv It, prrtarnl it tastet like the finest codec hut ater sj la rot 111. Xliurur, Ncstik. O. UatiiiII Oraflirs Citnuiil lie Cured it free from all it Injurtout propertlrt by local apiiicatHn, at they cannot reach drain O thlt digrtdon and ttrengthent the CANDY here H nerve discaM-of the ear tho Hrtiou It It not a stimulant but a health --a nidy one way to tuie deafniu, and that is builder, and children, at well at adultt, ran riAHiii. DcafnrM u drink it w(th great benefit Cctta nbout 1 at by conttltutioTial remedies. mused by all intUmed condition of the much as roller bland 2V lining of thr l.u.Ui hlan 'I ubc. W hen tlua tul-- gets inllanied jou have a rumbling a. rmllr lerrrt. sound or imicrfst hearing, and when it t tatot isssyi Maas-t-ro picture." "Tlil't papa a caller alio eiplalned the entirely clcxol drafnem la the result, and was looking at little girl to the unless the lutlanunatiou cm be taken nut a framed photograph on the piano "ou nnd this tulie rntorisl to its normal con MUZ:Uaiili dilion, hearing will lie dctrovrd forcirt. wouldn't knon it unlest I told jou, cause Tssle Moral tl it't got a trade on the face." Chicago Tnb-un- Owa, int. PtltUble, lists .seraicsen, VVestm or t.ni- tv nine rases out of ten are cauncd by ratntili, vvlurli is nothing but an inflamed condition ... CURE CONSTIPATION. .... of the mucous surfai es. Ill (MM., ItiMfM, SJMIMMI. t. m.rilM t.M slisikr tiitn Viiur Shoes We will give One Hundred Dollars for any der for the feet Allen's I'oot Vjise, a taw of Deafnrs icaucd by catarihl that f aisil r".tsnirc i hr allUiiia. smaiting IUDAIt aisia u I RKTrlaeco llsWl. caiihot W cuml by Hull Catarrh Cure, It cures painful, awolbn, nenous.ItliT mil of ..! In.l.hll.- I.1.b K Stf f. fcend for circulars. In e conn and bunions It't the greatest comfort stttdzooitt&yo&os&odOtta I' J Cheney & Co, Toledo, O. diteorerjrof theage Allrn'tront Kasemaket Slid bv I)nipgtt, 7.V lirht or new time, frrl eatv It It a certain Hall'a Family Pills are the lot. cure for swelling, callous and hoi, 1 red, ucb 8 WOMII UICI. CM1V Holdby nlldniggMs Ingfoot. Tru it r.l.i . Trial package' I'HKK. .a rminrln "Votes. anil shoo stores, ni ihcim. iti'mn licen mtrrieil five jrart," tald the AJilrett Allen S Olmtted, Lr Hoy, N V. "I've roKiiiAr proud little matron from Detroit ITU. I'CI.I.IMI A'lhK 'That's nothing." laughed the Chleiio ni.Ms. iii i.iciou When a girl siiddenlj- - Isrgini lending her woniin who ociupiid the same teat on the MAUMIMAI.I wheel to her little brother the it getting tmin "I've Wn married five time. ' ready to ask her father for a new one. Cfcl lietroit Free Pre. IA0KirU CAMlV-WI- III i ingo Itecord I'l.i'Ms in ir. noon iu t tin "Mother, come here quick, there goca IS 7A5.IU AMI llOOII I'OR Till! Coffco Herman A parkacn of r.ilr' Jane Albright in that cverlaiting rallro .sroviACII. OOVT 5UI I I.K ii drras of hers. I declare, I ahimld think Ilcrry nnd big sossl cinlalogiiflmIs tent you by, Seed Co , I Cnisw. Wit 8 bv 1.1.1 I.N l;i "ini'H MOMACII V. she'd be tired of wianug It. This is the John A t H.ilr 15 AMI W1LK lUM'OMJION upon of cents ttanipt Hnd this I never did sec tuch fifth jar if it'aadiy u kS VlTII (MUM! All IIICATIlll Siiiil fnrsuinu Ui day. a careful woman with hrr clothe " u nALUlW.V IIV MAIL (IM.V (I ain't the care she takes of it, Mandv, "It When a umiian marries a man to reform l child, it' tliegotHli. I hem' 'William J toCliMS (TWO SILW1H lutil tlir smn vrishrs the had left the job to 2 A Sin's' nrinl. the same amv oldblaik IllVtUS,. A)l)WI..s.S and white wludi i almost a good now a the kIkc. Washington Dcinixrit. TttU I'l I'.MJ CAMIV CO.. the d ii I bought it, nigh four year ago come 117 Wl'.r Jind blHLttr. Kirter I was at the store with Jane when 'In 1'iirc n l'ill In One llny- ft M!W lOWK CUV. she bmulit that drr, Mandy, and mi far at r.le l.si.itire llromnQiimineTablctr A 1 ran to lUy V sie the colors l nut an ilunil inonev if it fai'tlomrr . .r d 1 inu-iim- .i e - ,. .tsImI - 2.V-- nARsri-mali.ov- v. rss-cli'- no-tli-c. Nni-rol- -- . they was then, tho she's vrnie it con It proves old Jones, what tant ever since ieople are Irring to Invent One keeps the store, waa tclbn' truth when he trht'iiH-- half of the tlf'a money. to rays that tho name of 'William Simnu A. Washington grt the other Democrat Sons' on the ticket to n parkage of cahkri or prints was a certain sure guirantre of I have found l'io' Cine fnr Consumption gettin' your inonry'a worth, for I nevcrseen an unfailing medicine K It lAtii. I:I5 tuch colon keep bright and last so long." lcolt M Covington, Ky.Ott I, lt'l .Noinrtlilnic u llrmrmhrr, man who vreara n pair of nve rshoet till If you lend a man grasa seed, he'll come t lir Iolh is faded, knnns wherecverj penny around Jater to borrow a lawn mower. i lh.it he crrr had Washington Democrat. Chriatia'n Work. an -- 6 OCCKCCCCCCCrC!tX)CC! lis s 1 FBlaI i4 ui. AIRMOTOHW 4tWWANy oti rwttf - B TJIE SECllET OF A GOOD DISPOSITION. Mro. Boyn n. M wtiak. ittf j M Mltl f Oaroful Tloitrvra ror Uodlly IIooUUx Makoa Woman Swoot ruid Attniotlvo to All. buck from uicfulncs by dl.. positions. lM-MOTOR. OFT. POR90fH-rll- l buMU, Tbr " 4lil BM srl filn ItoMtH) Mf4 MMf HUltH AtrMM4at T a4 tk UnI ik4tJl IVlttaM.H tUwl Bull. THK NEW BRATS THE OLD AS THCH OLD BKAT THK WOO DIN WHKEUH ita -iMri rtn4 mmt iVi sfct to 4H ni ttmi uf rtftMt 44 H ttrtv4. OfifH.jMllttuttlWtM !(! MH rw If IIjVHfoi, a rollkhB mt wnatc, tfbbahiho ..;'''iiui. rH , iMtl.M UrTODATft twki. tltl WMt J itrf rf U U 4 AtrM4t, wrti lla.H V f Tho world is filled with nwect women who aro hi-l60mo truublu of tho fcmnlu orjuiM. Frctfuliicss aud norvousuusi rapidly dcttroy nwi-o- t BAKER'S CHOCOLATE nutil-tio'i- ef-fo- family insertsnformnl, In the papers asking for sympathy nnd stating th.it "the mourning urn" will be exhibited during certain hours on a special day. In front of tho house where the person died there Is placed n little bluck t.iUe, covered with a black cloth, on w Inch stands ti black jar. Into this the friends nnd acipinlntiinccs of the fain d lly drop'llttle visiting catds, sometimes with a few words of sympathy on them. bluck-marglne- I'erullar funeral I'uttumi. Swiss funeral customs nre most peculiar. At tho death of n person the Mixed puckers Light shippers Choice MlKKl LAMIPs-Siirl- ng . 3 3 M ifi UHA1N- - KI.OUU IIAYl'f Imo Io rholio I'KOVJMONS- - Mc.a M)rW. .. Liiril Prime steam l'Ol'AIOKS-rirbu- sh Nu. J rid. mixed Corn No Outs No 3 Hje No J... Whial No.: red..... Winter family All! Ct 3 (VI it, it. ft. V HIM s2S H ir. (i (t 8 I") 3 Is) VI VI 31 . O ii to IU 'jr. K 'J r.. .... HUIIKK Choice dairy Prime to choice crenmery . I'erliul AITM-'CIIICAOa patents. 2red .... UltAIN Wheat-N- o. No. IChKagonprlng riXJim'-'iVlnte- (t a m 1.' so 3 ( it. 3 to SI 4 K, I OlVi'TA r M COIIN-N- o. No S DAT i'OUK Mess I.AItll-btcum 8 it tl Sil (ttW M I 171 dlu-holl- o. c i Vlorkr.l lij llauil. Old people who have lost their teeth and do not care about wearing (also ones Hnd a dlfllculty in eating their food. The result Is the Invention ly a Frenchman of a chewing apparatus. This is held In one baud und n fork In the other. A piece of ment, or whatever Is to bo eaten, Is placed between the blndes, which aro opened and c lotcd three or four times, und by this menus the food Is reduced to a state of palp. Arrll In III World. A steel arch Ih to be thrown ucrosf the Niagara river near Clifton which will be 810 feet span n greater dls-tance than was ever yet spanned by The an 5 tWI W Vit &IU IU( 5 ft 1 i NKW VOIUC. rr.OUIt Winter patent COItN'-- 1 WIII'.AT No SaSrul 2 AIM 01!. it. mixed 7S RVK DAI'S Mixed I'OHK New Mess XsAliU-WosU- rn ft 3W ft 10 ft 4 iJ ft 34 Mil IIAI.TIMOItK Ir)UH-l"nmUHAIN-Wheut-- lly .Na ' -- Corn Oats 1I0OS Niuthcru Wheat -- ... 4 . Mixed No. .white,.. Itye- - No 'I Mvstcrn rst .... m ft i so M"4ft Wi Krt ft 1 Ul)j WWft JIVi 33M Si i CATTLK-I'l- ttt Western INDIANAPOLIS. ORAIN-Whe- otNo Corn-N- o. Oatis-N- o. quality 4 no 4 i ft ft t Ml 4 M 440 t mixed Wheat 3 mlied ft C3Vi ii W!, ft n ? 5 I.OUIJ-VII.I.- 1. r tirob-nblllti- ci arch. ri.OUH-Wfn- ter xnl patent No. i! UltAIN A.ili-- ll Philadelphia leads In asphalt streets, having CUJ miles. ft riilhiilrliilila't ruvrmriila, puu-- s- - red..... Corn-Ml- (luu- - Mixed I'OKIC-MC- KS LAUU-blc- aoi ft 31V ft aii (p0W U Un) to la t 60 Wi women cannot Hvo happy hlckly Uvea. Nearly cviiry vvtmiiin mny Ihi well nnd hnppy lf ahu will follow Mrs. l'iiikham'sndTlce. Hco what Mrs. (rnl(f haya: 13. "DiiAii Miw. l'lNKiiAii. I hnvo tahen riiikhnm VcBttublo Coiiinnind nnd tl thlnlc it Isa tho liobt uicilicliiu for women IZZZ m 1,1 111,, ......... lun. y. ,in.nutiu nnvM- ,,nm, itfit n.t.l ,,,...v out Unit I thought I could not live from ono dny to tho next. I hnd prolapsus uteri nnd lcticorrlnca, and thought thnt I would die, I hnd dragging pains In my back, burning down to my feet, and ho ninny mlsernble feelings, JmQ-- w fcWA!eJl thnt I looked llkon dead Doctors tried to euro vvomiin. inc, but fntled. I had given up when I licnrd of tha I'lnkhnm medicine. I got a bottle. I did not hnvo much faith in it, hut thought I would try it, nud it inndo n. new woman of inc. I wish I could get every lady in tho land to try it, for it did for mo what doctors could not do." Mrs. Sai.i.ie Cruia, Ilakcr's Landing, 1'a. That Lyd la K. rinkham'n Vegetable Compound is n safeguard of woronn'n health is clearly proven by tho thousands of letters constantly being received. Hero la ono from Mrs. W. P. Valkntinb, SCO Terry Ave., Camden, N. J.: Ueforo writing to you I felt very bad, hn1 terrlblo " Drab Mns. l'lsmi-sick headaches, no appetite, gnawing pain in stomach, pain in my.back and right tide; wus tired and ucrvous, and to weak I could senrcely stand. Iwasnot able to do anything, had sharp pains all through inybody. Bcforo I had taken half a bottloof f.ydla E. l'lnkham's Vcgotablo Compound, I found myself improving, I continued its use until I had taken four bottles, and felt so well that I did not need to tako any more. I am like, a new person. " a Wamu's I1U Ask Mrj. Plikhatn's Advlce-- A Womao Best mi ::::z: m fr. af? s"f'Ti 7000 IICYCLES rrriMoTr I'isial I ktttS ntpSlZ.OO. whrtlVurooU--.It ! t -- rdr, afyk. miltVllllttniint. uCkaraa. nitkr. SI la SI2. i$ktptm ftrDfol wif. ! fmm iM7n.il ,w. Mw lij-dl- a g; I I T n tM44ia, Hint ui r rifrr.ro- -for vn, 1J laMn IO (ulf rlUalht-m- . vuuo. U&ralwioKftraBllUftUiidmU.nioor la J. W. MK.4mir(I.KUi('HMAUO, artmtnntrmrmt WtHm IUI and art putklnrtitt ten-hntl- Boat In tho World for nil Purpoaoa. rw SCALES! riitr iu M" td t&7WiPkCitLr' T.BIIteJKfaw II - The Standard Scili and Supplf Co., W1.mu.WZZvX7 MfiHtiritclarcr. liTTULRtill, fa. 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