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I HICKM4N A CONCENTRATION or United States Troops at Dlfforenl Points In Ihe South Going In Heatllnnt to Cmr Kll lllua to Uuba-T- hn of Havana Hut Uuntlou ut Vir; Few Dais. CX)URIER. 22, 1898. FTY-iaFrrH FINE WITH JOB PRINTING 3CXKCTJTKD. IBATHESS AND DISPATCH. SALE BILLS. THE OLDEST NEWSPAPER .Iff WKSTfJIty KENTUCKY. I'rlco of Subscription, $..() IIICKMANJEULTON COUNTY, K?., FRIDAY, APRIL rt 1 . BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, VOL. XXXIII. NO. CONGRESS. hr 22. The conferees on pnrt of the senate (rop., X .1,) Johnson (nip,, Inch), after much (lUciiKaiun were appointed (run, fill.), McCull (rep., Mnss.). Loud by llic chair. Thoy nro Messrs. Davis, At i.'!l8 n. in. the hous- - adjourned. Fornkor mill Moroni, Speaker Rood wlir nut sign tho Of The conferees of llio house nml sen- - Imn resolution tnftl! nfter tho housa nlu on tlio Cuban resolution intCnt (I: H meets Tuesday ut noon. It will then Soimiln! by tlio ViiiiVrf Slntra p.m. mid agreed ut Once, n prnctlcrd . go to tho vlco provident mid tifter his agreement having Wen reached Wforo signature t. the president. Cofipross nt 1:15 TucMluy they went Into session. The resolution Thu president retired beforu mid- AyrH 11K .Will htmid ns the Seliutn nnski-il. nigiivuuii tno wnilc lioiiso was desertinr,l,l,fff striking out the Tttrplc iiiiiondment ed except for the executive clerk, Mr, recognizing tho Independence of the Montgomery, who received tho bulleCuban republic, 'J'hu words "are, mid" tin announcing tho sennto' action. INDEPENDENCE CUBA DECLARED In the first section nro restored. The Wasiii.soion, April Id. Thu icsolu-tlo- n coi.forcnot report will bo submitted as agreed to Is as follows: to both house ut a p. in. JOI.ST IIKSOl.t'TIOV. Tho Kornkni- - Aiiienilnioiit lo llio Ciilmn lloth homes receded until 8 p.m. Joint resolution for tho recognition Mr. Davis tins submitted to the rellewdiitltiii u port of tho confcretiro eonuiiltteo on of tho In lei'cndcncc of tho peoplu of the .loll?. tho Cuban resolution, Mm ply report Cuba, ilcuuunllttg thnt tho government in ir n dlsngrcemcnt. Mr. Coekrell N' kpnln relinquish Its authority mid Its government in the Island of Cub, mid hlf.a.,1 by tha Speaker nml s lee I'rfsldrnt, moved thto feniitc Insist uiion amendments without asking another to withdraw Its land nnd navnl forces Mail Cix lu li rrraldrnl (or 111. from Cuba nml Cuban is titers, and diconference. Signature -- Hue n f War Tho sennto voted without division to recting the president of tho ITifltctl Will 11" ! IdlHIli further insist uixm Its dUiierci'immt Htntes to use the land nnd naval fuir.a TOCSIN OF WAR Top An Amu. p.... ... ' '" "Ilii.i.,.1 . -- SPANISH WOMEN .. .. ,"r nA Tnin.piiri .? d thallur.lu Siunm . amendment strklug out the tho tlrst resolution which recognized tho luilependenceof the existing republic 'I ho actual form of tho motion. w.ilchwa reduced to writing, was iih follows- "1 movo to concur In the M'liute amendment to the liouvt Joint resolution with an amend-lueistriking out In the first paragraph tint words, "are und," and uKu tho words, "nml that the government if the United States hereby rccognliMss the republic of Cubit as the true and lawful (jmrrniiR'Ht of that Island," mi tlnit the first paragraph of tho senate iiincr.dmetit will read as follows: First, of the island of Cuba of thai the l Ight ouifht to bo freu and iudeiiendeuL Upon his motion Mr, Diuley tho prutluus ipiesllon, which served to cut olT amendment and with tin wJi!Hlloti1Jimdffe,crw-inseil to appoint nnother conference Whereut, The abhorrent conditions committee. which hnvo existed for mom tlma At V:35 the hoiiM) wns olllclally notiinrro ;can in inu isnillil of LuDii, so fied of tho senate's nctlou In further near our own borders, have shocked Insisting. 'J he democrats applauded tho moral senso of the icoplo of tho tlio announcement. Mr. Adams (rep., t'nlted Mntes, have Inien n ilisL'race to l'n.), ns soon ns the report of disagree- Christian civilization, culminating ns ment had K'cn read, moved that tho tliv have. In the destruction of a house still further insist upon Its United States battle ship, with SCO of amendments and request a further lis olllcers and crew, while on n friendly visit in tho harbor of Havana, and co n fore nee. Again Mr. Ilroinwell moved thnt tho can not longer ba endured, us has lieen Iioiisj recede from Its disagreement sot forth by the president of tho Unitand concur in the senate amendments. ed States In hit message to congress of nt. At 9:1.1 ji. in. the senate took a recess April II, IK'.h, upon which tho action As tho resolutions were read the of congress wns invited; therefore, lcclnrnlliin with regard to the recog-iiltlo- u for one hour. Mr. Allen's ninetuluient to have con1. That thu peoplu of the island of tho iuiieiK'rulenco of Cuba ferees selected by ballot was lost, 2S of Cuba nre, nnd of right ought to be, a us vociferously cheered by tins demo-- i to 4l. Tho chair then ntq.olntrd ns free nnd Indcix'iidenL ernts. ilils demonstration wasrejH-at-i!!. That when the rending was eoncliiileii. eonfciecs Senators Davis, l'oraker mid it is tho duty of tho United States to demand, and the gov- lloth Mr. Dlngley, tho floor leader of Morgan, Ueccss for half mi hour. thu majority, and Mr. Ilalley, the democrntlo leader, were on their feet, Mr. Dlngley was rccinlcd by the HEX WIIO COJIMASD THE XATIOTS LAND AND XAVAL FORCES. .speaker and immedlatoly moved concurrence In the snate niurndment Waiiis.oto.- -. April II). At 12:07 p. in. the senate Cuban resolution nm t revived In thehousV. Itwnsrcnd ami the democrats applauded when the recognition clause wits read. The rending of the journal hnd not Wen concluded the clerk of the senate announced the pnssugu of the houso Cuban resolutions with senate amendments. Instantly tho gnllerics were nil uttention nml members leaned forward In their seuts. Tho lenders watched each other with Intent, alert features. 'I ho Urst move, una luixirt-e n .Sy V' HnlliWw ii"'!ihrj.5if!gsJSritiKl 40 Tlio senate liynvote of fit) ti - vlniiso In - tt e. ifl ii with an amendment prceltod to concur mid m Informed by llio""sjCBKrr,tttnl',tt wiiuW-iint 1fli motion was vntnl down. It was a moment of Intense excitement. Mr. Johnson (rep, lnd.) and Mr. were on their feet, Ilroinwell (rep., both demanding recognition Instate parliamentary Inquiries. Tho former to ask unanimous consent lo address the house In antagonism to the motion, but he was bowled down. Hut when Mr. Ilroinwell, a moment later, declared thut ho wished to olfer n motion to concur, the democratic side sent up upon cheer. The republican side was ominously Klletit. The speaker sternly commanded order and thru Informed Mr. Ilromncll that his motion could not bo entertained until that of Mr. Ding-le- y had leeii disposed of. Mr. Ilalley, under cover of making u parliamentary Inquiry, brought out clearly tho fact that unless the motion of Mr. Dlngley wus voted down, the hull vi could not vote on the motion to concur, of which Mr. Ilroinwell hnd mo-IIq- Mr. llatley, who was still upon his feot, asked if tho motion to concur Sunday. Sr. Louis, April 18. Mnj. W. II. Wessels, jr , commandant of JclTersoti barracks, 13 miles south of this city, wlicro six troops of tho Third cnvalry are quartered, received orders Satur day from tleii. Copplnger to proceed to (.hlckamnuga park. A telegram from I. lent West, adjutant at the barrncks, says Hint tlio command will leave us soon ns transportation can bo provided, probably on .Monday or Tuesday. In tho meantime tents nro being pitched at tho barracks for tho accom modation of tho headquarters, staff, band nnd six companiesof the Klcvcnth Infantry, which arrived hero Saturday night from Whipple, barracks under the command of Col. Isaac D. Do Uussy. 1'rom hero tho Infantry will proceed to Mobile, Ala. Haui.t tin: Maiiik, Mich., April 18. i.-- Chicaoo, April IS. Telephone and if Mas a demonstration Sunday telegraphic message were sent fc'nttir-da- y coning wlcn llle crolIg wh)ch FOtltcrcd i front of tho news-Pr- r to thu general olllces of every railofllces read tho Jntcst nn- south, nnd road connecting with tho terminal points near tho various gar- floanccments of tho nctlon taken livtlio '"tfd States sunntu In rni.m-.- t !. r... risons. Tlio post quartcrmatjtcrs at Aftfr il becumo known tliot tlm Tort Thomas, Columbns barracks, pate had adopted a resolution favor- 1'ortJi 1 Irmly and Wnyne wero wired JB recognition of tlio present Ctibnn to notify the railroad official in their nin.f. .. . governineni, mere was ft vicinity of tho invitation for bids. we of tho greatest excitement nnd Quartermaster General Lee, In n nn nil tlclpatlon of an order to move, lias Btrlollc shouts wero. Won working on tho question .of idn. Then tho students heard tbo ItMl.nfwUilliM. llMM.MtSlhM.u H8 VtonjrAhe theater4faeyi.pardc3 WeTtrfttrrolnerimfe'1iTWTel ftrccts. cheered for Spain, nnd kept In touch with tho quartermaster una Had tlio order from iVnthiiifrton ramie a attempt to reach tlio United The authorities. lieen an nriri'lit nnn. tlm rffrnlnllnna I suites VoMulate. wniiui nnvo lieen so i aside anil CoL jco '"'vevei-- hai taken precautions, and would have been in n position to hnvo me siunesis nuj ollicrs wlio tooK part completed transportation with tho In tho Ulsturuame were dispersed. Havana, April to. Xews of further most direct Hues within nn houa tlmu mid the troops could have been In fighting liotween the Insurgents nnd motion lioforo noon Saturday. Such Spanish troops in ti' province of I'inar is tho procedure In timrsof warorrlot. del Itlo reached he Monday. It apWhile Gen. II rook e is ordered to tho pears that n force olUnsurgcnts under command of tho cavalry rendezvous nt Lores Aguilnr Klro nide nn attack two Llilckniunugn nntlon.il park, ho will days ogo upon tho Splnish fort nt Ks- remain In Chicago until all details for pujarosa, l'Inar del lb, nnd had tho tho transportation of the department liest of the fighting, Wen according troops nro completed. Leaving Mon- to thu Spanish account u the iifTalr. The ofllelal report oAthc fight says day night or Tuesday morning ho will reach Chlcknmaugn in advance of tho tho fort was a small oie, garrisoned cavalry regiments, it is probable that by volunteers, who Hindus, "heroic defense, lasting three hoiVs." In tho his headquarters will bo at the Chick-aPark hotel, at Crawfish meantime, however. It is lUlclally admi g a springs, on the liorder of tho park. It mitted, the insurgents eltercd tho may lie that headquarters will be es- town and plundered nnd buWd n totablished in tlio commisdoners' build- bacco wnrehotise. The SpanVh report ing on the Davis farm in tlio central ndds that the garrison of theUort lost portion of the park. One of the gen- four men killed aiid had ti'no men eral's aidesdecamp, cither Capt. Kick-ard- s wounded. or Lieut, Dean, will leave for FROM HAVANA. Chlckamnuga either Saturday night or MoTement of SpanUh . Anrll m'l'h-- . f'l disturbances hero Smidav. in Ich the WOtllpn nn.ftr.li,ril,l II order was restored tin. ,.,..,, li,r.,.u com felled to mnko two charges vvjre tijfm the mob. JHAHCKI.O.VA, April lt. -- Although moruiug passed quietly here, ""' w (.'iiarers. 'i ETC, ETG CALL AND BEE TJ3. or ;'"'iii fw War VrMrlt (len. Ilernal and Troop Arrive. Nkw Youk, April 10. A dispatch to tbo Evening Telegram from Havana, ,says: The gunboat Antonio Lopez got in Monday morning nnd the Spa-ilscruiser Xcuve Kspana sailed Sunday. (icn. Ilernal arrived Monday morning from Jlbarn on the steamer Mortcza with one batalllon and a battery of artillery. Merchant ships continue to get in ns usual. Monday tho list included tho Spanish steamers Santo Domingo nnd Iteina Maria Christina, from Mexico; the Puerto ltlco from New Orleans (American), nnd the Washington, from Now York. t) sirC'H-- . fT im$llll)itfliilfjl r "f u S.fcCM cticv neooiTf OCin" glon notice. C.T. ortse 351 ((wsMpinif Ee-- BOiO-CC- H T OUk rTx( ferees another opportunity to ni'et At ll::X) p. m. the house wus formally notltlcd of the action of the senate and another recess until l'J o'clock was (N.D.), Iorliner. Until, Mnhnny, Maun, taken immediately. At midnight the .Siillowiiy, Wnrncr and White, OIL). lioiihi recessed until l'J:S0 a.m. tonwnit One Mipullst, Howard, (Ala.), voted tho uctloit of tho conferees. At l'J.0.1 n. in. the house conferees uyo with tho republicaiiv Cuban resolution, as amended by tho nsked to le allowed to have a conferhouse, was received In llio senate nt ence nlanu nnd thcrj wus a prospect of reaching n compromise on thu original circct. .':r5 ji. m. 4. That thu i'nlteil States hereby disMr. D.ivis addressed tho senate, de- basis. tailing tho elTecl of tho notion of the At 12:30 tho house again recessed un- claim nny disposition or intention to exercise sovereignty, jurisdiction or house. Ho said many lives had pushed til 1 u. m. Since midnight the sennto litis boon control over said Island, except for the uwny whllo congress tvns debating tho question nnd thnt thu Mnluc disaster In Informal recess, although technical- pncltlcntlon thereof; and asserts its destill remained unavenged. Ilu thought ly In seihlim. The conference commit- termination when thnt is accomplished, tee Is still In session, tho house mem- to lcavo the government mid control of there should be no further delay. Mr. DnviH thought tho Independence, bers having returned 1.1 minutes ngo tho Island to Its people. from n consultation with houso leaders. of Cuba would p;tlckly follow IntervenItiiptil-rir- r Hun. Mmmtril. tion In order to Bcc,uro hasty action An agreement la understood to hnvo Maiik Ik1.ani, Oil.. April 10. Tho Mr. D.tvU moved concurrence In thu lieen reached. rapid-lir- e guns were During this recess the members again last of tho lioiiso action. mounted on the Charleston Monday, At 11:10 p. m. tho vote was taken on congregated in thu lobby lu tho rear of extho lUvIs motion to concur In tho the hall, and led by soternl of tho completing her arinaiiiutit with the rnpld-flrgnus, Tho motion was younger members, sang ninny of the ception of tho small house amendment. which will bo placed In tho tower. dufeated and thesennto refused to con- popular songs of the duy. Thu conferees ou tho Cuban resolu- Sho will bo sent out ill the stream the cur. The. vote wns ui yeas to 40 nays. giving Ten republicans voted no. Senate tion reached ail agreement at 1:10 llrst thing Tuesday morning, Monad- place the dry then nt onco sent tho resolutions back a. in., which is to restore tho words hock, in wry nay dock toSO the no re to i. from "nre, nnd" lu tho first paragraph mid to the house. to' eliminate thu Turpic amendment cruits nro sworn lu on tho IndependA motion for n conference commitThere Is silica need of nblo seatee was (lefented, to 43. Thu resolu- recognizing tho Insurgent government ence. and men ' second grade engineer tion now goes hack to thu house and entirely. At 1:11 ii. m. Senator Davis presented another voto on Cuban recognition in lllillilllt lliilitlni it ChiHt Itllil'r. tho housu is probable. Therndlcals In tlio conferuncH report In tho sennto (uriiiiii:, ()k April 10. Xcnrly l.ooo and It wus mlopted by u vote of l'J Cheyenne Indians nro gnlhcred on the tho senato opposed n conference. In tho house Mr. Dlngley at onco mov- to 8.1. bunks of tho North, Canadian, many The Minute nt 1:50 u. in, adjourned. miles from the agency, holding a ed that tho house Insist on Its amendIn the house, in soon ns tho con u ghost dance. It Is feared by tunny ment and nsk for :i conference. Mr. report had been presented, Mr. that tho Indians, incited by their medIlroinwell (rop., 0.) moved to concur in the sennto amendments. Yens mid Adams moved the adoption of tho re- icine men, will take advantage of the nays ordered on Hromweir motion to port nml upon that motion ho de- nbseneo of troop from neighboring manded thu previous question, concur in senate recognition, forts to start mi uprising to Tho galleries gave eheor after cheer moro bcof rations and in rovengo for r.romwoirs motion to concur In son-nt- e Inwero rend. The as the resolutions amendment rccognUing Cuban tho enforcement of tho territorial for thu previous question cut oil' dependence was defeated on tlrst roll law, which has cnu-e- d llalloy mid Mr. John- great discontent lu thu tribe. debate and Mr, cull, 148 to 17'J, Dlngley moved to Insist and nsk u son (rep., lnd.) both appealed for a fow i.ilu .till lev. Ilrrlln I'lippr (1 r minutes' time. Mr. Adams refuted to conference. Curried without n o IIkiii.in, April 10- .- The Cologne yield time, for debate, owing to tho print's nn export'smlvliv to Spain Tho follow ing were upixilntcd by thu lateness of thu hour. Mr. Johnson to station her ships in tho harbor of speaker ns conferees on tho Cuban res- protested indignantly. Mr. Ilalley thu ayes nnd noes and thu roll llaracon mid Xipc, on tlu north coist olutions: Adams (rep., l'o,) llentwolo be(rep., .Minn.) mid Ditisinoro (dcm., wns culled. Tho previous question was of Cuba, whence they could eruiso tween I.obos, Crooke Island nnd ordered, Ark.). on thu adoption of Cayos, on the north coast, to prevent l Tho first, Tlio sen nte, when tho resolution wus tho landing with tho house request for a tho report showed 'J0.1 yens mid S nays. mand tho of troops In Cuba mid comreturned windward passage between Tho conferonco report was adopted promptly acceded totho reconfereno', Cuba and Hay tl mid the llnhauia chanby tho house, 310 to (1. ' Oreat quest. nel. Mr. DuvU moved that tho conferees Tho following voted against thu The national subncrlptlon for the ba appointed by tho chair, but Mr. Allen (Xeb.) objected nnii' wuntcd tho adoption of thu report: lloutello(rep., strengthening of the Spanish licet has Mo.), Itruwcr (dcm., Ala.), (Jauluer reached ubout $000,000. conferees, nuined by the Semite. h o fer-ency (in-ott171-1'- Jl. 1 roll-cal- Mr, Suiter Idem., N. Y.) attempted to Interpose with the point of order that Mr. llronnveirs motion look precedence over that of Mr. Dlngley. When Mr. lloutolle, of Maine, ascertained that tho motion had carried by a Mifo mnjorlty, ho withdrew his vote mid was recorded present. The announcement of the 'voto and the deeisivo victory was loudly applauded by tho republicans. fourteen republicans voted with tho democrats and populists as follows: Ilroinwell, Ilrown, Col son, Cooper, (Wis), Dorr, Johnson (lnd.), Johnson 17U-I- The senate has taken another recess Pi o'clock. At II o.elock the Iiouko look nnother recess until ll:R0 p. m. to give the con- until eminent of the United States do"s hereby demand, that thegotcrnuiciit of Spain at once relinquish Its authority and government In the Island of Cuba and withdraw Its laud and naval forces from Cuba and Cuban waters." II That the president of the United States Im. and hereby is directed and empowered to us. the entire laud and naval forces of the United States, mid to call Into actual stvIcu of the United States tho militia of the several states to such extent us may bo necessary to carry these resolutions Into centration, and at a given signal tho World' llfconl llrnken. boys in blue will bo carried across tho MS FitA.NClsco, April 10. Walter D. waves to tho Pearl of tho Antilles, to Mansfield has broken tho world's rec-oI hi landed, probably, near Matuii7.as and fr both out-do- extended his nnd in tho renr of Havana, where thoy Ho will bo joined by tho pntriotlu troops This ex- line a distance of 120.0. of tlio Cuban republi . it in- (iiui.iirtii tmt. t nn muni. Cuban lien. Uomczhns perfect knowlJL U.0nard In Madison Square garden .111.1 Wl.fC Ul IMU OUIIOUU1I, t tournament """ llSr naps, me ntteutiuu oi tue ocsiegcitciiy Bt(, early part of tho year, mid by lu the is distracted by tlio bombardment of feet Mansfield's own nn American fleet, tlio allied forces will scten record. swoop down from the rear, placing tho Leukine fur Sialic tyrannical soldiers of Spain Wtween Loi'lsvil.i.K, Ky., April 10. Tho mystires. tery about tho murder of Kmll Struck, who was shot nnd killed while nlonc In ELECTROIS. homo on Vernon avenue Saturday A New lllaenrery liy an Klectrlclan ot his night, has only partly Wen cleared Letuburc looking for Loxnox, April IS. Tills week's dis- away. The police nro was tho last coveries have Wflu moat lutereatlnic., .tt tho"'housQDo on tho nightman seen ot tho ltychnowsky, tlio electrician of Lmn-bur- murder. Monday It was reported thnt l claims to have dlscorcred nn ho wns seen on the Tnylorsvllle plku fluid which liu calls "Klcetrois." from Louisville. Tho dibcovcry lias caused a great sen- several miles Uermaiiy U Not lloitlle. sation on tho continent He obtains llKiiu.v, April 10. Tho it by electrolysis, but, it is not identical with electricity. Its effects nre de- N'ortlt Herman (lazetto Monday nfter-noo- n published n note to tho effect clared to be startling, producing light and causing gelssler tubes to emit that "tho reports that tho nmbnssadors , of tho powers at, Washington liavo asfluorescent rays. It works photoehein-Ically, pro- sumed n hostllo attitude toward tlra rotates objects in duces whirlpools in water and kills United States nro Incorrect, so far as iiermany Is concerned." bacteria. rl out-doclee-tiicabeml-ofllclmid-air- To (luaril Apache 1'rlnonera. Dk.nvi.r, Col., April 10. Telegraphic orders wero received from Washington The former telegram from depart I Monday by Col. Volkuiar. adiutant., genrttil ot the department ot llio Coinmental lieuunuarvvra i lts,MHMrMiVnt tnwralU?rMAb444l J IIIU ?vvu ill ""vullll UKJ IJ.UII ordered to movo nt 70 o. m. .Monday In cavalry now stationed IIUIII JortUrnnt, nt stead of Saturday. be dispatched at onco to Fort Sill to Sax I'iiancipco, Aprll18. The troops guard the prisoners of tho preparing to go to Xew Orleans from government Apacho said that since tho It is California, infantry and light artil- issuance of the mobilization orders lery combined, number about 850 men. have displayed As the orders to (Sen. Shafter instruct the Indian prisoners nn and him to lose no time, it lias been deter- considerable uneasiness feared.that mined to stnrt Saturday afternoon or outbreak among them is Sunday if possible. Troop. Lent In? California. 1" i.i I.iam J.voi.111, Kan., April 1. Sax FitAscifco, April 10. The The Twentieth Infnntry, CoL Haw-kin- s, iiient for the departuro of tho has lieen ordered to Mobile, Ala., First infnntry regiment and two light mid will probably lcavo within a day's batteries of tho Third artillery by tho time. Southern Pacific have Won completed. a Wahiiixoto.v, April 18. Tho order The two batteries will start for of the wnr department that tho entire Tuesday and tho following army of the United States, consisting day eight companies of infantry will of tuc.ro than 25,000 men, shall at onco leave fur New Orleans Hen. Shufter be rushed to the Atlantic and gulf nnd Ins stall will depart for New Orcoasts, is of tho greatest significance. leans Thursday. All tho troops will It anticipates action by the, senate, W moving by Wednesday. house and tho president himself. running for .Mediation. It is not n mere demonstration, but I "Pov, April 10 -- Tho Vlennn in tho luiiguaco of (!cn. Miles, of the Standard, after of the army, It dent-nithat tho Kuropenn powers nro "means business." This distribution of the- regulars actiui planning mediation, says. "It is tuny Ikj looked upon ns tho preliminary liinUil thnt an alliance Wtwccn Spain movement of tho wnr department for and sit oral of tho Central American republics is on the verge of formation, the invasion of Cuba. Troop transport steamers will' bo th.'Ugh at tlio olivet the latter might held in readiness nt each point of con- oiiii send out bands of filibusters." 4u!riHrwttalt.tM? vim.. ii.i.. Chick-aniaug- - Ppatn May Abandon Cuba. Loxnox, April IS. Tho Homo correspondent of the Daily News says; am assured that the queen regent herself, ns well as thu popu mid the Kmporor Francis Joseph, of Austriu, would favor abandoning Cuba us thu only means to uvert wnr. Archbishop Ireland cables thnt renouncing the is land Is tlio only passlbil'.y of avoiding war." lloth I'rrt Cut on. Wii.i.iamstowx, ICy., April 18. (leo. Doyle, of Lexington, had both feot cut oil by ft freight train hero Sunday afternoon. It Is thought ho will die. Onus ami Ammunition Coming, LlVKltl'ooi., April IS. Tho Whito 1 - Loxnox, April 10. The Ilerlln cor respondent of tho Standard says thnt l.lcut. Commander Mblack, United states nnvnl uttncho nt Itcrlin and at Koine, is still negotiating for the pur- cntiso ot tlio llnmburg-Aiucrlcliner 1 ucrst lllsmnrck to be used as an mix- illnry cruiser. llnylng siule for the Army, Sr. Loins, April 10. A telegram from Washington states thnt tho war o department lias Just ordered the of LSOO mules in addition to tho 1,000 ordered last week. Tlio mules arc to bo used ns pack animals in Cuba. pur-c)ins- KrjrotlHtlne for the l'urrst Illiiunrclc. CuO Three resolutions bearing upon tho question were Intrwluceil, one by Mr. Lindsay &92 39 2l29itt9299tt&2fr9i-i9&992W2M2W999&J (Kjr.) illrectlnK that the contcmpUtcil opern-tlon- s aesinut the Spanlnh urmjf In Cutis bo In conrcrr with Hen. (Jomet the supreme GEORQE PORTWOOD ;W-- f comraamt to bo vrstol In the commander FRANCIS KIZER of the United Stntos forces, to the end that Bay. He I. WIUInB to II.B for the Murder Shot .ml Killed In ,he Vrstlbnl. orth , the Independence of the Cubans bo secured; of Itlehard l'urkln.. Danvlll. Curthoa.e lly RowMKi ; the second by Mr. Wilson (Wain.) directing ' Lmixotox, Ky., April 10.-G' the president at onco to talie such steps Daxvili.k, Ky April will r secure to tho Cuban pcoplo an Inan,1'nstan"y Rowscy shot and killed Francis Kizcr ITff ' ,' ?.ot In dependent republican govkilled Kichnrd l'urklns foim of this city In tho vestibule of tho Danville court-Ihursdernment! and the third by Mr. Allen afternoon, pleaded guilty in house at noon Monday, (S'eh), declaring tho eilitcnco of wnr In the circuit court Friday and his trial I Tho two men wero neighbors In the Cuba and directing the president to take utrps to stop It and seturo to the ponplo of the Island was sci lornexi vtecinesrtay. Alter Knobs, six miles from Danville, and a sianie anil independent uovernment. Follow- - naving it explained to him that ho had quarreled several times. They Inu the Introduction of resolutions speeches ought to plead not guilty if ho thought came to Danville to bo present at tbo were delivered by Mr. l'ettus (Ala.). Mr.Maxon lie had any cause lor killing l'urklns, opening of the circuit court (111) and Mr. HulW (S. 0.). ConMderatlon of I Rowsy was drinking, and as tho sundry civil bill was resumed, but uo no mnenucu. nis plea accordingly. .1 ortwood says ho has had a load ou wu leaving the prcitress was msde. courthouse ho stepped f (O.) late Tumdav his mind ever since Vnrklna had him nn ami Wmin flrlnn' lloxiaaOetu Mronvenor il,. nlitnamuiii. alttnooti In retll Xa aa attacll utnmLhe oollcnt wotanonw, u tmpuM him revolver; touting mi Km.w.uw ot r.lta admlaltraltou, 1autrptteii.Ui;veomUB'a.lalluiT-fc'- Hi ffldenfa aiaaaato to K!xer"Wa3THIilTe3TM7 mran a request for authority to e the army any rest until lie haJ killed PUrkins. "" ami nary or me uniieii states to rstauimn on Jioiv that l'urklns Is dead ho says Jto aistance. Hie Klanu of Cuba a irorcrnment Indi pendent feels better nnd Is perfectly content to I Court was In session urnlnfr. and ' ofSnafn. Itaasre(ranteilnsnneicccdlnlylm- - allow tho Jniv to take Its course. He the shooting created tho wildest n.?r"n"?:"L...'n. tbS ays he Is willing to hang for the mur- - cltcmcnt, Kowsey was taken at onco j to Judge Saufley, acknowledged tho act tho contest that begins lydncsday were fired. I dcr. ilrofulldcs ere exchanged and then the house i j ne re is a ocitci tnai l'ortwooii is in-- 1 and was sent to Jail. adjourned. sane. His father, Sidney I'ortwood, HOWARD-BAKER FEUD Wasiiinotcn, April It SKNATE-T- he for died in tho insane nsylum nt St. Joeign relations committee Wednesday sent a seph, Mo., several years ogo, and 1'orV-woo- d Hrratt Out Again and Ten Men Are Rerciiort to the senate on the Cuban question. It was kept under restraint there ported Head anil Three Injured.-PlXKVlLf.dlrtctsnnd empower the president to use the entire land and narnl forces of I no United nt ono time. He killed John Laughiln Ky., April 18. The llow-ard-lla- kcr States to compel Spain to withdraw Its land nt Lawrenccburg 15yenrsago. Neither feud in Clay county L.ts nnd natal forces from the Island and waters his divorced wifo nor his two little broken out again and two men arc re, , ,, , , , un auinuruy iinu I Oi liiuu nnu to rciimiuiaii t i ported killed and three injured This itoternmcnt In the island. A minority report P'r" uivc caueu on mm sinco no i feud is only ten days old Howard and dcclnrln? rccoKnltion of Cuban Independence i ccen in jan. wan also made The resolutions went over unlinker were partners In a logging enMurder In Lexington. til Thursday. At 1 terprise. They quarreled and fought Le.xixotox, Ky., April 15. HorsE The foreign relations committee reo'clock Thursday afternoon 0. A. Port-woo- d Hclativcs and friends joined In and a resoported houso passed the nnd authorizing lutions and directing the shot and instantly killed Richard week ago three of them wero killed. Anse nnd Al linker, who had Wen arpresident to lntencno nt onco lo stop Perkins, saloonist, on account of an In war the Cuba to the end and rested and kept under guard, broko with the pruDosoof nccurlnir permanent peace old grudge. Portwood was formerly away and hid In the woods, declaring and order there and establishing by the free marshal of Lawrenccburg, where ho action of the people there of a stable and had several desperate shooting scrapes. they would exterminate theircnemles. government ot their own In the He was always considered a dangerous The report of the killing Is regarded of Cuba; and the president Is hereby authorized-Perkins makes the second man as indicating that they are keeping and use the land nnd natal man. emposcrrd to their word. The names of thu dead forces of the United States to cjecutc the he has killed. Ho approached Perkins purpose of this resolution. A minority report Thursday, nnd after a few words shot and wounded In tho battle have not granting the Independence of Cuba vas toted him in tho forehead. After ho fell Wen reported down. Portwood fired four bullets Into Per, i Washis-otonSTATE OFFICIALS April IK Skwate For more Perkins did not draw his than six hours Thursday afternoon the senate kins' body. weapon. The shooting occurred on llefore the Jary and Some Sensational Inhad tho resolutions proposed by the commitdictments Expected. tee on foreign relations under consideration. Mill street, near the L. it '. station. , FliAXKr-oitTKy., April la Tlio upon the various Perkins was about 43, and leaves a The speeches dclltercd phages of the situation, eloquent, spirited und widow. Franklin county grand jury, when It tenement as all of them were, disclosed no Irreports this week. Is expected to rereconcilable dltTerenccs among those who Jnhn.on Will lie Iletarned. turn some sensational indictments. poke. All were la favor of action In some form Lkxixotox, Ky., April 15, Superin- Nearly all of the penitentiary ofby the rovernment of the United States. The tendent Wiley, of the K us tern Ken- ficials and state otliclals were W-fomost radical dlflerences was as to whether the resolutions Anally adopted should recognize tucky Insane asylum, who recently tho grand jury last week, the Independence of the Cuban republic or slm-rl- y gave Dr. S. S. Johnson permission to declare for armed Intervention with a tlcw visit ids sister In Augusta, Go,, and it is said that evidence was given which is certain to result in tho indictto tho ultimate freedom and Independence of where on Wednesday ho tried to ment of several minor ofticlals who uro tho Cuban people. After vainly endeavoring en two occasions to agree ton time for a voto commit suicide, had a telegraph from now, or have lately Wen, connected upon the resolutions and after voting down a that place Thursday night saying that with the state government. An effort motion to adjourn, the senate tlnatty, amid the doctor will be returned to lias also Wen made to indict a numWr much confusion, agreed to adjourn until 10 ns soon as ho is able to make tho of well-know- n o'clock Saturday. lawyers for accepting trip. Dr. Johnson was a prominent fees for collecting pardons. Uoi-keThe session of the house Thursday dentist in this city until obout one u as dull and absolutely det old of interest. The Organising. rwbs gallcrlo and the floor were almost deserted. year ago, when he lost his mind whllo Owkjitowx, Ky., April 15. The Da- Durlng the afternoon bills wero passed to au at an Ohio summer resort. ot the Interior to rent or vles County Confederate association thorize tho secretary lease sites on forest reservations for hotela or Insanity Vortwood l'lea. are holding meetings Thursday night. sanitarium! tor th preaervatlon aad protec Lr.xiito-roK- , Ky., April 18 The lu und. will orgamz,! several companies to to settle tho wccounln , ot,, tion oi pnuuc . ! , 1 .1. . p SWwriTi r lllllsh-- r Va WW. ol,Whe. ot ttviwajtUVewKtaa, t Mmtm . as to school lands; lo i regulate the Tit tils saiuuu va IJiursnnv M Geo. t panics are also xsnnnrt gatn-;e-sjo-sj jurlxlletfon of the I'nftnl State court Iiatvrenceburjr, tma bold ..... rr.. z.- -. .j w.,- .i.JrtntnM - ' . Portwood, ot m,m .....ajar to confer Jurisdiction upon United Mate cir Saturday morning at his lato homo on and Cant. Logan Keland, who fa "now cuit courts over suits In equity for the parti Soutli llrondway, Dean Lewis, of Christ In Sew York, will start home nt tho tion of lands where the United Mates 1 a church cathedral, ofilciating. Tho re first declaration of wnr to take chargo tenant In common. Several prominent mains were escorted to the cemetery of thu company. Wasiii.sotox, April 1(1 SrsATK-Durl- ng by tho uniform rank, Knights of physicians have offered their services Friday speeches were made on the Cuban reso Cullom (I1L), Ilerry (Ark.), Pythias. It is said that .vhen pre 03 the government. lutions by Mes-r- s. lianlel (Va.), Tillman (S. C.). Wolcolt (Col ), sented for trial on Wednesday Port- McKnlght inuild Uulltr. Spooner (Wis.). Chilton (Tex.), Teller (Col.) Slewjrt (Nev ). Kully S) other senators nre wood's plea will W Insanity. Louisville, April 10. J, M. Mcon the t Ice president's list for speeches. All Knlght, who has Wen on trial in tlio Life Sentence for Forgery. thedellterunces were characterized by brilFiiaxkkoiit, Ky., April 10. Georgo United States court on the chargo of liance nnd eloquence, but It Is no detraction from Ihe effort of any man to say thai the not- Noel, colored, who was convicted in having wrecked tho German national able utterance were made by Mr. Wolcott, Mr. tlio circuit court last week of forgery, bank, of which he was president, until Daniel and Mr. Spooner. got a life sentenco unexpectedly Fri- it was closed by the examiner in JanIloi'ss Only a tingle Incident at the session day. lSeforc scntonco had Wen pnssed uary of last year, was Monday found of public of jlhc houso Friday wus worthy guilty. The" former president received notUe. Mr. Ilalley, the democratic leader, on Noel, Prison Clerk Fllppin appeared tha verdict coolly. His attorney at tirosc In a question of privilege to reply to a with tho penitentiary records, showPhiladelphia newspaper criticism charging ing that Noel had Wen convicted three once made a motion for a new trial him with responsibility for the disorderly times heretofore. Ho was accordingly nnd was given until Wednesday to file scene In tho house on Wednesday. The house a writ of error. wrangled all uftcrnoon on a bill to refer n sentenced for life. Ilrown Appointed. claim of tho Krle railro.ul for mall sen ice Heady to right. 1'rracher amounting to about tJUUGuO to the court of Ky., April 19. Gov. FRAXKroitT, MlPDLF.snoitouoit, Ky., April 19. was not passed. At 4:45 tho house claims. It Ilradley has appointed W. L Ilrown, recessed until 8 o'clock. At the night session Rev. R. W. Ashcr, of this county, has of London, Laurel county, to succeed tho house passed M private pension bills and announced his Intention of organizing Judgo adjourned at 10:30 unlll Saturday. u company nnd proceeding to tlio front Judgo A. II. Clarke, lato circuit Wasiiimitos. April is. -- S1.NITK The sen In case of a wnr with Spain. Hon. C of that district, composed of Laurel, ate Saturday night passed the following resoII. I'rlco and Maj. K. S. Helbttrn Mon- Jackson, Knox, Clay and several other lutions by u tote of (17 to il after a lengthy decom- counties. State Senator W. II. Clarke, Itcsolvcd, lly the senate, and houso ot day morning Wgan to organize a bate: pany. They are members of tho stnto of Jackson county; II. C. Evcrsole, of rcprcscnlRllvcs of iho United Stntes of AmerLaurel, and J. II. Tlnsley, of Knox, ica, In congress assembled, 1. That tho iwople guard. were applicants for the judgeship. of the Island of Cuba are und of right ought to Charged With Hone Stealing. be free and Independent, nnd that tho govern Company. Veteran Hatae Pahucaii, Ky., April 18. Lem Calrecognizes ment of tho United Mates hereby lnviXK, Ky., April 19. T. Edgar the rcpubllo of Cuba as the tiuo and lawful houn and Lem Hill, colored, were ar KOternmcnt of that island. 2. That It Is tho rested Sunday and lodged in jail on a J Park, lato of the Eighth Kentucky, duty ot tho United States to demand, and the from Irankfartj A uorso nnu has just returned government of the United Mates does nereoy charge of horse stealing. Commiswhere he lias been securing the enrolldemand, that tho government of Spain at once buggy Wlonging to Master ment of a company of brave fellows relinquish Its authority and government ,n tho sioner J. Will Fisher and President Island ot Cuba nnd withdraw- - its land and naval 51. Lcnke, of the school board, wero who are anxious to enlist in the army forces from Cuba and Cuban waters. 3. That taken. They succeded in recovering to fight Spain. Many more than the the president of tho United States be, and hererequisite number havo indicated their by Is directed to use the enllro land and naval tlio property. desire to go with him. forces of the United Stntes, and to cull Into One Couutry, One flag. service of the United States militia of the sevSuspected Moontlilner Held. Louisviij.k, Ky., April 10. The paeral stntes, to such extent as may bo necessary of ConLascabtkh, Ky., April 10. Grant to carry theso resolutions into effect 4. Thnt triotic disposition of tho Sons federate Vcteraus in this city indicates liright and William Farrls were artho United Mutes heit-b- ) disclaim any disposition or Intention to exercise sovereignty. Juris how readily tho followers of tho lost rested lu tliis city Monday afternoon diction or control over said Island. except for causo will rally round tho flag. John by Deputy United States Marsha'. the pacltlcutlon thereof, und assert Its deteroffered its Short, charged with selling whisky mination, when that is accomplished, to lcavo A. llroaddus Chapter has They tho government und control of tho Island lo Its services to President MeKlnley, and without government license. eople, is preparing to equip a uniformed com- will W carried to ML Vernon for exltoi'sK The house held a short session Sat- pany. amining trial. urday, and ut 1 3.V p. m. adjourned until Monday Tito Met of Triplet. Abandoned Her Child. morning. OvvKXBliouo, Ky., April 10. At Utlca, Lkxixotox, Ivy., April 18. Lottlo V.'AalilKUToN, April 19. Bknatk The senate Monday pnsscd tho minority report ot tho Jones, colored, aged 20, was arrested this county, Mrs. Charles Rhodes gave foreign relations committee, with tho Korithcr Sunday charged with abandoning her birth to three Wys, ull fully developed and Teller umendmenPi, recognizing tho Cu She admitted after Wlug loeK-c- d and healthy. At Knottsvllle last week child. ban republic, and for urmed Intervention in the babu Mrs. Win. Payne gave birth to two up that she left her novv-Wr- n were returned from Island. The resolutions ou a doorstep in Forest Hill about four girls and a Wy, all of whom lire doing tho house w 1th tl o Korakcr amendment recognizing tho Independence of the Cuban republic weeks ago. welL It was then sent to conference and on being reKentucky's Adjutant (lenrral I Heady to lllclniionil Veteran Heady. turned to the sen.ito was concurnd In. Move. Richmond, Ky., April 15. War news Horse Tho house defeated the Foraher Laxcastkii, Ky., April 1C. "Yes, I amendment to tho senate commlttco on forhas stirred Richmond to n high stnto eign relations report on tho Cuban Joint resoMarlon Murphy post, am certain wo shall havo war, and I of excitement lutions and passed tho report with tho Teller 15. A. R., passed icsolutions touching am prepared to lead Kentucky's troops Tuesday morning, uflcr amendment ut the situation and will answer the war on a moment's notice," said Adj. Gen. having been passed upoa by a conference comCollier to a corresdondent Friday. summons at tlrst call. mittee. Spaniards to Leave New York. Hurl Orer a Woman. In laiul.vlllr. First llff ala ISr.nn. Wamiinotok, April threo liours Tuetday tho sensto hsd the ban question In Its sevnral pluiic, under STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST. I (I,r(t Kler "" t I" iirfl,i ami sliiUi vY ,.u. i,.'Hi..sl .. a 10. Firo in the millinery establishment of Mrs. A. legation to return the Spanish colony 13. Porter destroyed her entire stock, in New York to Spain, vessels having with it loss of Wtweon 312,000 and been chartered to leave Wednesday. The building was damaged ouly insurTho same applies to ltoston and other S500. There was Wabiiixotov:, April 10. All arrangements hnvo Wen inado by the Spanish L01HSVH.I.K, Fire Ky., April 814,-00- 0. three-fourth- s points. ance. Movement 10. Star line steamer llovle, which balled for New York Friday night, had on t board it Inrgo consignmo- -t of ford rifles, ten Maxim guns, 50 K'riipp quick-firinguns mid two hundred tons of ammunition. Lee-Meg IS. Dr.. Andrew Wall, ono of tho most prominent physicians mid surgeons in Kasteru Ohio, died ut hit homo litre Sunday morning. Ho was ti surgeon in the lu'tu iar and a member of tho board of pou-lion Old Army Sn rerun CAMiminoK, ()., April cxutu'ncis. of Troop. Tho Ninth Infantry, stopping temporarily ot Jefferson barracks, and tlio Third cavnlry, regularly on post there Monday re-- i cited positive orders to move Immediately to Mobile. Ala., nnd Chlckntnau- gun park, respectively. Spain KiuleavorliiB In liaise a Loan. Kncliind lliiylng Coal. Loxnox, April 10. It Is icported in KlMistox, Jamaica, April 10. Thu llrlllsh authorities, although they had tlio city th.i; the government of Spain has Wen In communication with lend1,000 tons of coaUiere, bought 5,003 ing iliianclul houses here, Including tons londtiy. They havo on twii cargoes of vessels of tho tho Kothschllds, in an effort to raise se-a tlai line. T'licst) purchases and car- loan of X'4,000,000 (SiO, 000,000) on theTho mines. goes nro connected with tho increase curity of tho Aluiadcn i tlio llrltlsh fleet In these waters, in Kothschllds declined to confirm or deny now of tho expected war betweeu tho rumor. pnlii mid tlio United States Senator Walthall 111. April 10. Senator WvsiiixoTo.v, fortify Canary I.land. has Wen Tkxkkikpk, Cannry Islands, April 19. Wultluill, of Mississippi, The. S punish authorities are actively quite 111 us tho result of n heavy cold, furlifylng thu islands iinu preparing but Monday his condition showed an encouraging improvement. for 0,000 reinforcements. St. Lot'is, April Louirvii.lk, Ky., April 10. W. II. Ployton, who was urrested hero about a month ngo on information from Rockford, 111., returned to tho city Sunday, the grand Jury at that place fulling to find un inditment against him. One Man Shot Another. well-know- n Failed to Indict 111 in. Pahucaii, Ky., April 18. In a qua--r- el over n woman of tho town early Sunday morning Ewln Reeves and Robert Percy fought n street duel ut short range. Each emptied his pistol, und Wtli wero hit twice. Reeves has a mortal wound In thu stomach ond Percy a serious ono in the chest. Lawyer and Negro Fought. Ky April 15. Morgan citizen of Ilohnnuon, it Hagdad, Shelby county, was shot and Instantly killed Thursday night by Hornco Keslor. llohannon was highly connected, Wing a brother of Kesler Is a son of II F. ltohaunon. farmThomas Kesler, a New Kentucky I'ost Ofllces. er of this county, and is 'ii years old. Wabjiixgtox, April 16. Post ofllces havo Wen established lu tho following Left for the Hold Fields. Louisville, Ky., April 14. Luko J. Kentucky towns: llraudon. Calloway Manlon, II. M. Shaw and E. C Maddox, county, T. K Hrandon; Gale, Green Loulsvlllo young business men, left county, I). W. Milby; Yurlo, Hopkins Tuesday night for tho Copper river county, II. D. Ilarbrought, and llat-cuElliott county, N, J, Well. gold fields. FltAXKKOUT, liar-Wuwell-know- n here. There was much excitement for a tlma, but it soou quieted down. Tho Negro was lined for contempt of court. Judge Joseph llarbuur 111. A'kwcastlk. Ky., April 18. Judgo Joseph Harbour Is very ill of la grippe r at his homo In this place. Judgo sins on tho superior couit Wnch us loug us that body continued, and ho is tho nuthorof "Harbour's Digcsfand other popular works ot law. 15. RowLlXO Uiikk.v, Ky., April Lawyer James T. llcaiichamp and u Negro witness had it light during '.trial 1 ...j . .i -- . ., . - ... j .....I- - .VS7.S, i.. -.. , ,..!.. ,lUiUlH.A. ...,.. -. uj- . , . .! iriiTr MI i llll . .t ,.JSB. I ll)l-lHff--ft- .. '. .. Ull III - - . . ;' '"'4 ,? j !si3MSsJ , -- jvn"lV 'i i1"! tut t r a a THE HICKMAN COURIER, PubllMhcd Kvory Friday by r-- VEORGE rtes-Jaek- WARREN, Oltj-JUI- soa Hlokman, Kentucky. -- treat nail doer to i THE ESTABLISHED 1850. IKOIIOR YVARkKN, lii. C. WKAHN. t i Editor. HICKMAN .., Jl . COURIER. 1898. JI FINE WITH JOB PRINTING BXECUTED. REATMESS AHD DISPATCH SALE BILLS, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, ENVELOPES, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETQ OAXiXj AVD 8KB: XJB. - Assistant F.dltor. TOE OLDEST NEWSPAPEBjWKSTKUy KENTUCKY. I'rlco of Subscription, !.()( IIICKMANJFULTON COUNTY, iffi., FRIDAY, APRIL 22, VOL. XXXIII. NO. 22. t&itce - ?i i )uitwi3i!X$''Z'ZZX!2l The conferees on part of the senate (rop., JJ J.) Johnson (rop., Ind.), SPANISH WOMEN A COtfCENTMTlON FIFTY-Ji'IFTnftcr much discussion were appointed (rep., Cnl.). MtCall (rep., Mnss.). Loud eiCfr6ce -e C0XGKKSS. ctc&tji56 c fre- ciJ6e6 t5 ...... .: Tank 6P' by the chair. They nro Messrs. Davis, '" ",". "'"'"al nt ft. At '.'IS a. m. the houso adjourned. fn . J""ltlrli4iicft I.. m -- Tha Kornker and Morgan, lUgnlar StMlnn. rint bpcaker Heed will not sign the Cu- Or United States Troops at Different a l''n,H"M.'la.lalw,1fm,Brlu ' v The conferees of the house mid sen-nl- o ban resolution uiTtll niter the liotisa WAMtiauTOM, April 13. SrNATr. 'AiE.sitiA, April Tor l.esr-l- y g wns re-Points In the South Going On. Cuban three hours Tuesday tho l s Soimilnl liy ilio I'nilcd .SirnVs p.m.on tho agreed resolution met at 0:4.1 meets Tuesday ut noon. It will then disturbances hero Sundae. In ban question In Its several sensln had the Cuphiiscs under and at oiice, a practical go to the vice president and nftcr Ills Ich the women imrtlelrmt..,! Three resolutions i!. question stcro IntroituceJ, one by Mr.upon the ngi cement having Wen reached before signature to the president. CofipiTM nt Ul't TiiPNlny onkr was restored tin. Traniport SlMitiers In HllnMS Io Crr if. -Lindsay they went into session. Tho resolution .tlirctltiL. that the The president letlrcd fall midtha Hurt In lllus to Uuba-T- Im Monilnjf, Ayril 11). 2."lntl' k''1 to 'nako two charges (Ky.) otrnliul ihe Spanish contemplatedCuba bes .will stand m the senate missed It. night nnd the white house wns srmy In of Havana Hut a (JumiIuii ut mob. desert'ffn In concert wllh Oen. (Jomcz. tho suprrme striking out tho Turple nmondment ed except for tho executive elork, .Mr. GEORQE PORTWOOD re HaS. JJUM.M.ONA, April 10. -- Although command to bo vested In the commanitcf FRANCIS KIZER reeognllng tho Independelico of the Montgomery, who received tho bulleMOiday morniog pss!d quietly of the United Siatos forces, to the end lhat Bays Ha U Willing tu Hans for the Harder Shot and Killed In here, tho Cuban republic Tho words "are, 11ml' tin announcing the Semite's action. Ihe Vestibule ofha wre was a demonstration Sunday the lndetrndenco of tho Cubans bo secured INDEi'ENDENCEOF CUBA DECLARED In of Itlcharit I'arklna, Telephone and CntcAoo, Ilanvllle Courtlionac 11 Oeurc RnwaijrVthe first section nro restored. Tho second by Mr. Wilson Vaiii.miion, April m Tho icsolu-tlo- u telegraphic April IS. were sent Satur0;jHiig. when the crowds which the president at onco to take(Wash.) directing J.KitxoTox, hy., April 10. George :.. tn lllvi'ir.w t. such sieps as will conference rejiort will bo submitted mcssBfrs us ngrced to is us follows: in front of the news-fap- secure to lh Cuban people an InJ'1,'.0 ?llot n.nl ,nstanUy Uowscy shot and killed Francis Klzer day to tho general otllces of every rail- FAtlicrcd to lioth houses nt 8 p.m. dependent olllccs rend republican govform killed nichard l'urklns in this city In tho vestibule of the Danville the latest an- of JOINT lllol.l'TIO.V. Tin- - Ktirukrr Aniond road connecting with the south, nnd Itoth houses recessed until 8 p.m. nt to llm Uubnii nnd Mr. Allen nttcruoon, pleaded Joint resolution for thu recognition terminal points near tho vnricus gar- .lyuuccnients of tho action taken, by tho ernment:tlrclarlnir tho third by of war In Mr. Davis has submitted to tho re(Neb), ... ItOMollltillll existence Htntu! Mm.,. 111 llnll-lJ - Cuba and dlrccllnir tho president to take steps tho circuit court Friday andguilty In 1 house at noon Monday, neighbors Ii. the '" his trial 10 in rcgnni,. .' LtlTho two men were port of tho conference cnmmiitco on of the in lorcudenco of Ihe people of risons. Thu post quartermasters at I'M - ,,1LIT IL tho a,.- r- , (III" IIUIINI', was set for next Wednesday. - lU.KIint. niii1,11 .11.1 IIIU to stop It nnd se euro to tho people of tlio Island ....,,,u L.nn. h After Knobs, six miles from Danville, nnd Columbus barracks, tho Cuban resolution, simply report- Cuba, deinandhvL' tlml tin, irnviTiiimmt Port Thomas, n stable and lndenendent unvprnmmt- - Pnlinw. having it explained to him that ho had 5"le had adopted n resolution favor- itm ing n disagreement. Mr. Coekrell Nf Spain relinquish Us authority and Uortii llrady nnd Wnyuo wcro wired . ... m.,I11m . ! ts I.I..H J uu. K""-- l" I. iiiuuRiit carac to Danvilleu to bo present at tho JJf recognition of the present Cuban tnu tho Introduction of resolutions speeches J..C..U "o crc uciiTerra iiy ir. rcuut (Ala.), Mr.Maiu ; its Kovcrnmcni 111 inc. isinml of Cuba, and to notify the rullroad ofllclals In their Mgaa.l bjr Ih. Speaker and t lee President, moved the senuto Insist upon V had n1y ,c?Jlho ,tor kllUnT l'urklns, . opening of tho circuit court. Kurernincni, uiero wns a a nmendmciits without nskiug another to withdraw its lnud nnd naval forces vicinity of tho invltutlon for bids. jinsi irni inn of mi an. nuiirr I ne of tho creates! excitement nml tho sundry cltl bill 11. rosumtd. but 110 und sm-- In Kovs-sninenucd plea accordingly. President fur III. was drlnklna. and as Kiwsr Quartermaster Uencral Lcr. in an km from Cuba and Cuban waters, und diconference. I .rortssooU says he has htul a load on wns leavlnu-- the courthouse he ateDDad f War Signature -- Due Tho senate voted without division to recting Hie president of thu United ticipation of an order to move, lias Htrlollc shouts wern rnts.il on nil progress s made. Itouaa-Oe- D. UrosTenor (O ) lava Tuel.y l hla tnlnd ever alnco Vnrklna had hlro un and bctran ftrlnir at the olduarmati. ! Will Wen worklnu 011 tho question of iocs. The tho students heard tho l.l tMr. further insist mm Its dUuirrcciiient rltatcs to iimi tha laud nnd fiavnl f,,r,-- . at tluyUnltd m.ur to njirry'thcMi rel.traOa.-ii'or " ibi -V.;; Pa-M- ia.VeVa)ot VJ Bi.7?., . n 1 1?11 Ylm I i1? " -I- ZtX isH..-iH.H..n'- .. loffS-Tn- l ', aa "" eTfs71ireirffWtorIeiirriiee to ofrecr-,The senile hy A Vote of toil to 40 re- - sent i Kiter wail I WArtlilMiTo.sr. April 19. At 19:07 p. in. cheered or Spain, and I mean a request for authority (ou-- e the army ?.nJ" ff TStH 110 liau kllJed narmvt:M&,MmWWjgZ.7;" ,vltl. .!,.,..,. krnl In WhcreaK, Tho abhorrent conditions tlio senate Culm n resolution I nmilo tN was iiiseii 10 appoint another conference nttemnt lo reach tho United I na nBrJf ' no UnlleISUle to establish oa I "w mat lurKins nena no says no alsfanee. from Hnsl.lngtoii which have existed or moro thin Court was in session upstnlra, and received In thchoiisi-- . It was rend and comiulttec. At U;Vi the house was ofllclullr noti- threo year In tho Island of Culm, so been tin urgent one. he regulations course, IIo ' the ' " 'f "ffrded.snneiceedlnly the ?,..li portont and slgntflcant nnnouncement In lm- - nllnv., the Inw to, take Us fnPli1.mBr.'.li.a...t the democrats applauded when the , ,.akc.n Pw .. have set aside and CoL Uo f'0.wcTpr' ,,-, w fied of tho senate's action In further near our own borders, have shocked . . h.n n - - - ,..imn n . recognition clause wns rend. a f I STiiiinsta ntsi i.n IUUK )Urt iha ntutn biiviitviiu iiuii en. viun aianv u ' ' posit I in tn I,hn inn niiuivstl ""I UHICn "IIU tm.i. aB I i.Mr !, tn ( ui nuu llie Ift.1III1K KUU1 der. J to Judge S'au Hey, acknowledged thoact begins Wednesday were tired. Tlio rending of ttia journul hnd not llislsllng. 'J he democrats npplnuih'd tho moral sense of the people of tho the contest that ..., .... ...... completed trnnsK)rtatloii with tlio lu the disturbance were dispersed llroasJslric There Is belief j,. liccn concluded the clerk of the the niiiiouneemciit. Mr. Adams (rep., I' nltcd Mains, have licen n disgrace to most direct Hues within nn houny IIavaxa, Aprllio. News of further adjourni iL were exchanged and then the houso sane. Ills a ather, that Portwood is In Sidney Portwood, rn.j, lis soon ns the report of illsiiiree- - Christian ehlliz-itlon- , culminating ns senate niuioiiiici'il tha passage of the fighting between the Insurgents and HOWARD-BAKEtime nnd the troops could have been In Wasiiimitpm, April 11. SrnATE The for- died in the insane asylum at St. JoFEUD house Cllblllt resolution with SO II .it O infill hail been rend, moied that tha they iiutc, In tho destruction of a motion before noon Saturdny. Such Spanish troops In llV province of I'inar eign relations committee Wednesday sent a seph, Mo., several years ago, and Port-woo- Ilreaks Out Again iititriidmout. Instantly tho gnllerlon house still further Insist upon its I nited .States buttle ship, with SCO of is tlio procedure In tlmrsof wnrorrlot. del Ilio reached he Monday. It anil Ten Men Are It" rcmrt to the senate on tho Cuban question. It was kept under restraint there ported Dead and Three Injured. were, nil attention mill members loaned amendments nnd rcquuH n further Its ollleers and crew, while on n friendthat n force otUnsiirgcnts under directs and empower! the president to use the While lien. Ilrookc is ordered to tho ly visit In the hnrtor of Ilnvnnn, nnd P1.VKVH.1.K, Ky., April 18. United Tho Hotv- forward In their scat, 'llio leader con fer nee. Lores Agullar Itlzo nVde an attack two entire land and naval forces of tno Its land nt ono time. He killed John Laughiin States to compel bpnln to withdraw Again Mr Ilromwell moved that tho can not longer bo endured, ns has Iron command of tho cnvnlry rendezvous nt days ago upon tho SpUilsh Neither nt Lnwrenccburg feud in Clav countv has watched each other with Intent, nlcrt fort nt and nm ul forces from the Island and waters his divorced wifa nor his two little I Chlckamauga national park, ho will broken out again and two men nro re- features. 'Ilio first mora wu Import-nut- . housj recede from Its disagreement set forth by the president of thu Unit- remain in Chicago until nil details for l'lnar del Ho, nnd had tho of Cuba and to relinquish Its authority and nnd concur In tho senate amendments. ed htutes in his message to congress of K-s-t of the lighting, Iven nccordlng goiernmcnt In the Island. A minority report girls have called on him slnco ho has ported killed and three iniured. This At I'llS p. 111. the senate took 11 recess April tl, 1M1, upon which the action tho transportation of the department to the Spanish account declaring recognition of Cuban Independence been in jajl. feud Is only ten days old. Howard nnd A the resolution wore read tliu f the affair. . as also made. Tho resolutions aent over untroops are completed. Leaving Monof congress was Invited; therefore, Haker were partners in a logging endeclaration with regard to the rceog-itltin- for ono hour, The ofllclal report olUhe fight says til Thursday. Marder In Lexington. day night or Tuesday morning ho will Mr. Allen's nmendnieiit to have conI. That tho of the Island reach Chickiimaugn in ndvance of of tlio independence of Cuba llio fort was a small ole, garrisoned At 1 terprise. They quarreled and fought Lkxinoton, Ky., April 15. House The foreign relations committee rethe Kclutives nnd friends joined in and a wns vociferously chcvreil liy the demo- feree selected by ballot was lost, 'JS of Cuba are, and of right ought to be, cnvnlry regiments. A. ported passed It is probable that by volunteers, who made "heroic de- lutions and the houso directing reso- o'clock Thursday afternoon O. JMchardd week ngo three of them were killed to 4(i. Tho chair then appointed as free and independent. authorizing and fense, lasting three hoiVs." In tho the crat. This demonstration was rcjH'iit-ti- l eoiifeiees shot and instantly killed n his headquarters will bo at tho Anse and Al linker, who had been arpresident to Inters eno nt onco to stop niators Davis, 1'oraker nnd J. That il is the duty of the u lion the reading was concluded. Crawfish meantime, however, it Is iBIcially ad- the war In Cuba to the end and Perkins, saloon 1st, ou account of an rested nnd kept under guard, broke United States to demand, nml the gov- - springs, onTurk lintel,of at park. Ikilh Mr. Dlngley. the lloor lender of Morgan. Ih cess for half an hour. mitted, Portwood was formerly cUercd tho liordcr llio It town andthe Insurgents buWd tho with the propose of securing permanent peace old grudge. Lawrenceburg, whero ho away and hid in the woods, declaring the mnjorlty, and Mr. Il.illor, the plundered nnd n to- and ordir there and establishing by the free marshal of may lie that headquarters will be esthey would exterminate theirencmics. democratic lender, wcru on their feet the people stcblo nnd Indetablished In tdu commissioners' build- bacco warehouse. The Spanish report action ofgoscrnment there of aown In the Island bad several desperate shooting scrapes. The report of the killing is regarded of their Mr. Dlngley was rccojtnUod by tho He was always considered a dangerous ing on the Davis farm in tho central adds Unit the garrison of thcifort lost pendent nnd tho president Is hereby authorit-ciHEX WHO COMMASD THE XATI07S USD AXD XAVAL fORCES. of Cuba; npenkcr and Immediately moved Perkins makes the second man as Indicating that they .are keeping portion of the park. Ono of the gen- four men killed nnd had nhio men and empowered to ue the land nnd nasal man. In the senate iimcudiuctit He approached Perkins their word. Tho names of the dead forces of the United States to executo the he has killed. eral's aidcsdi'camp, cither '.'apt. Itlch-ari- wounded, Ml th nu amendment strkiug out the purpose of this resolution. A minority report Thursday, and after a few words shot nnd wounded in tlio battle have not or Lieut. Dean, will lenvo for FROM HAVANA. granting the Independence of Cuba was voted him in the forehead. After he fell been reported. c1biim in llie first reolutlon w Itlch Chlckamauga cither Saturday night or rrcogtiliiil tho indecudeneuof llie exMovement of Spanish War Vessel. tien. down. Portwood fired four bullets Into PerSunday. STATE OFFICIALS Wasiunotox, April IS. Pesatk For more kins' body, Ilernal anil Troops Arrives isting republic. Tho nclunl form of Perkins did not draw his Sr. Louts, April ia Maj. W. II. six hours Thursday afternoon Nkw Yoiik, April 10. A dispatch to than tho resolutions proposed by the senate weapon. Tho shooting occurred on Ilefore the Jury and Some Sensational Inthe motion, which was reduced to writhad Wessels, jr , commandant of Jefferson tlio Uvcnlng Telegram the commitfrom Havana, tee on foreign relations under consideration. Mill street, near tho L. & N. station. dictments Kxpeeted. ing, mi an follows: "I move to conbarracks, 13 miles south of this city, ,sayv. Fhankkoiit, Ky., April 18. Tho The epceches dcllicred upon the various Perkins was about 43, and leaves a cur In tlte senntu amendment to the wlicro six troops of tho Third cavalry Lopez got in phases of the situation, eloquent, spirited and The Franklin county grand jury, when it house Joint resolution with nil iimcttd-inen- t are quartered, received orders Satur Monday gunboat Antonio the Spanish tthement as all ot them were, disclosed no Ir- w idow. morning nnd reports this wcqk, is expected to restriking out In tho first parareconcilable differences among those who day from len. Copplnger to proceed to cruiser Ncuvo Kspana sailed Sunday. Johnson Will lie Returned. turn some sensational indictments. graph the words, "are und." nnd ulvo siwke. All were la favor of action In some form Chlckamauga park. A telegram from Xkxinoton, Ky., April 15. Superin- Nearly all of the penitentiary of(Jen. Ilernal arrived Monday morn by the gosernment of the United States. The the words, "and Hint the government' I. lent. Wist, adjutant at the barracks, ing from Jibat a on tho steamer Mortera moat radical differences was as to whether tbo tendent Wiley, of the Knstern Ken- ficials nnd state ofllcials were beof the I'tilted Stnto hereby recognises says that tho command will Icnvc as with one batallion and a battery of resolutions finally adopted should recognize tucky Insnno asylum, who recently fore tho grand jury last week, the republic of Cuba as the true and soon ns transportation can be provided, the Independence of tho Cuban republic or simguvo Pr. S. S. Johnson permission to and nrtillery. it is said that evidence was given lawful government of that Island," so ply declare for armed Intervention with a view probably on Mondny or Tuesday. Merchant ships continue to cot in as to tho ultimate freedom and Independence of visit his sister In Augusta, Go., which is certain to result in the indictthat the lirU paragraph of the senate In tho meantime tents are Iwlng usual. Monday thu list Included lie tried to on Wednesday ment of several minor officials who aru thu tho Cuban people. After vainly endeavoring where iiuirudmenl ulll read as follows Hrst, pitched nt tho barracks for the Spanish steamers Santo Domingo nnd on two occasions to agree to a time for a vole commit suicide, hod a telegraph from now, or havo lately beuu, connected that tho ficoptc if the Island of Cuba of upon the resolutions and after sating down a that place Thursday night saying that of tho headquarters, staff, Itelnn tho state government An effort Maria Christina, i Ijfht ought to Ih (no nml independent. band and six companlesut tho Hlevcnth the l'uerto ltico from from Mexico: motion to adjourn, the senate anally, amid the doctor will be returned to Lexing- withalso been made to Indict n number New Orleans in uili confusion, agreed to adjourn until 10 I pou his motion Mr. Ihulcy d Infantry, which arrived hero Saturday (American), and the Washington, ton ns soon as he is able to make the has n lawyers for accepting from o'clock Saturday. mandeil the prut lout question, which night from Whipple barracks under acw oru. trip. Dr. "Johnson was a prominent of for collecting pardons. llot'sr.- - The session of the house Thursday fees served to cut olT amendment niiddo-litthe command of Col. Isaac D. Do was dull nni absolutely del old of Interest. The dentist In this city until about one To (lusnl Aparbe l'rlsnnera. Orcanlitnc ! Hussy. From hero tho Infantry will gallerlvi and the floor were almost deserted. year ago, when he lost his mind while Mr. Ilulley, who wus still upon hl Dknvkii, Cob, April 10. Telegraphic During the afternoon hills were passed to au- - at un Ohio summer resort. Owkntown, Ky., April 15. The Da- proceed to Mobile, Ala. fret, nshed If tho motion to concur orders ssero received from Washington thortre tho secretary ot tho Interior to rent or vies County Confederate association SAfl.T Htk. Ma inn, Mich., April 18. Insanity 1'lea. arc holding meetings Thursday ulght. witli an niiiendmeut prcclin'ed a Volkinar, adjutant lease sties on forest reservation for hotels or Tho former tclettram from dernrt- - .nonilay uy general of the department ot thu Colo. sanitarium; lor the nresersrauon and Droteo ot Iexiiotok, Ky., April 18, Tho lu-- l and will orgnmz) several companies to to roucur mid wus lufornu'd by Won ot pnbUc reeordai.u. sellle the account nionto.1 lsadciuartyratofurt.Jlraty nr Tiissii Ysislsi sssslnlsn ) y SvttjM.UniIt.yWIrt1MiH lo ti as 10 ihe iipenHcriliiiV it wtill nlrii rv. mnlps nrits s)si, -- oltwr.iituvaTb Hi ins saiuuu uu xiiuraonv np)mrtwvi.)sflHS, to rcruuio the iisisi .wpioiod cnvnlryincn school lands: ordered to moro nt 10 a. m. Monday in- citniry now stationed from the Sovcnth JurlNtllctfon of the United Stated courts! J'orttvood, 0 Iawreneeburs-- , vt Ucii. fnaar IL. K. K'O.T Itttltln lUnnkm motion tt voted ilown. It wan n vrsa Jiefd at fort Orant, to confer Jurisdiction upon united Mates cir stead of Saturday. of lutenso excitement. e oispatched nt once to Fort Sill to cuit courts orer suits In equity for Ihe parti- Saturday morning- at his Jato Jiomo on J nnd Cant Loiran Poland, who Is noir Mr. Johnson frep , Ind) and Mr. San riiASCisco, AprlllS. The troops guard the prisoners of tho tion of lands where tho United Mates Is a South Ilroaihvay, Dean Lewis, of Christ In New Vork, will start homo nt tho llromwelt (rep,. O.) were on their feet, preparing to go to New Orleans from government Apache said church cathedral, officiating. Tho re - first declaration of war to take charge It that since tho tenant In common. both tie in ii n ill lit? recognition to htntu (nlifornia, Infantry and light artil- issuance of the Is Several prominent mains were escorted to the cemetery II of tlio company. mobilization orders M'asiii.soto.v April l& SEfiATx-Durl- ng parliamentary inquiries. The former ' lery combined, numler nliout S.'iO men. Friday speeches were made on the Cuban reso- by tho uniform rank, Knights of physicians have offered their services to its!.-- iiiianimiiiiH consent to uddivss As the orders to (Jen. Shatter Instruct the Indian prisoners have displayed lutions by Mes-r(111.), llerry (Ark.), Culloin Uythias. It is said that when prethe government him to lose no time, it has been deter- considerable uneasiness nnd that uu Daniel (Va.), Tillman (. C). Wolcolt (Col.), ben ted for trial on Wednesday Port- the houso Su untagonism to the motion, MrKnlglit Fminil (Jnlliy. Spooncr (Wis.). Chilton (Tex.), Teller (CoL) 1ml hewn Hut when howled down. mined to start Saturday afternoon or outbreak among them is feared. Stcwjrt (N'ev ). Fully SO othor senators are wood's pica will bo Insanity. Louisvii.tK, April 19. J. M. Mc-Mr. Itromwcll, u moment later, declarSunday if possible. lr.Hip twitting 1'atlfornl. on tho tire president's list for speeches. All Knitrht. who hns been on trial in the Life Sentence for Forgery. ed that ho wislud to offer a motion to I'i i.i I.tAMMvoMii, Knn., April 1. Sax FltANClM.ii. April 10. The nr thedellierunces were characterlied by brilFltANKFOitT, Kyv April 10. Gcorgo United States court on the charge of side Kent up Col. Haw- raiigenicnt for ihe departure of tho liance and eloquence, but It is no detraction loiicur, the democratic The Twentieth infantry, tho German national having to rlicer uinm cher. kins, lias ordered to Mobile, Ala., First infantry regiment and two light from Ihe effort of any man by say that the not- Noel, colored, who was convicted In bank, ofwrecked he was president, until which Mr. Wolcott, Mr. the circuit court last week of forgery, able utterjnees were m.ule was ominously The rejiubllcau side and will probably leave within a day's batteries of tho Third artillery by tho Daniel und Mr. got a life tentenco unexpectedly Fri- it was closed by the examiner in JanTho silent. time. caler sternly Southern Pacific have Wen completed. House Only a single Incident at the session day, lleforo sentence had been passed uary of last year, was Monday found Mr. a order and then Informed Washington, April 18. Tlio order The two batteries will start for of ihe house Friday was worthy cf public appeared guilty. Tho" former president received Itromwcll that his motion could not of the war department that tho entire Tuesday and the following notke. Mr. llnlley. tho democratic leader, on Noel, Prison Clerk Fllppln tho verdict coolly. Ills attorney at Isj entertained until thntof Mr. Illnp hroso to a question of privilege to reply to a with the penitentiary records showarmy of tlio United Stntes, consisting daj eight companies of infantry will once made a motion for a new trial Philadelphia newspaper criticism charging ley hnil liecn dlsjKiscd of. of 1111. 10 than 115,000 men, shall ntonco leave fur New Orleans. Gen. baftcr him with responsibility for the disorderly ing that Noel had been convicted three given until Wednesday to tlio Is) rushed to the Atlantlo and gulf nnd his staff will depart for New Or- scene In tho houso on Wednesday. Tho house times heretofore. Ho was accordingly and was Mr. llatlcy, under cover of making a writ of error. n parliamentary Inquiry, brought out coasts. Is of tho greatest significance. leans Thursday. All tho troops will wrangled nil uftcrnoon on a bill to refer a sentenced for life. llrown Appointed. claim of the Krlo railroad for mall service t learly the fact that unless the motion Preacher Iteadr to Fight, It nnticlpates notion by tho, senate, be moving by Wednesday. 10. Gov. amounting to about f.tmuoO to the court of FnANKroitr, Ky., April of Mr. Dlngley was witcd down, the houso and tho president himself. MiDDt.r.siioitouoii, Ky., April IP, Cnc-CCjyMfcAM"r& "' claims. It was not passed. At l:U tho house Hradley has appointed W. I llrown, rUnultii; fur Sleillitlon. houso could not vote on the motion to csitY neooiit It Is not a mere demonstration, but 1 CtAHSri night session Kev. U. W. Asher, of this county, has 8 o'clock. At the o county, to succeed Vienna cor- recessed until A. IIbmWbK Tunhon. April 19. CCPV concur, of which Mr Itrnmwvll had In tho languaco of (ion. Miles, Mnr tho house passed M private pension bills and announced Ids intention of organizing of London, Laurel CUUJ nssv, given notice. company and proceeding to tho front Judgo A. II. Clarke, late circuit judge of the army, It respondent of the Standard, after adjourned ul 10.30 until Saturday. denving that the Kuropenn powers are Wash imitok, April IS. -- Sixate The sen in case of a war with Spain. Hon. C of that district, composed of Laurel, Mr. duller (dein., N. V ) attempted to 'means business." other ate Saturday night the This distribution of the regulars ne.uu planning mediation, says "His lutions by n vote of pushed after following reso- II. Price nnd Maj. E. S. Hclburn Mon- Jackson, Knox, Clay and sevcrnlClarke, intcroc. with the point of order that 67 to SI a lengthy deMr, llromweir motion took piece-dciic- o may lo looked upon ns the preliminary hinted that an alliance lietwcen Spain bate: Husolled. Ily the senate and house of dny morning liegnn to organize n com counties. Stnto Senator W. II, over that of Mr. Dlnifloy. movement of the wnr department for nnd several of the Central American representatives of the United States of Amer- pany. They nro members 01 tno stale of Jackson county; II. C Eversole, of Laurel, and J. 11. Tinslcy, of Knox, When Mr. Itoutolle. of Maine, the invasion of Cuba. lenu lilies Is on the verge of formation, ica, In congress assembled 1. That the cople guard. ot Cuba aitt were applicants for the judgeship. Troop transport steamers will bo though at tho outset tlio latter might of the Islund Independent, and of right ought tn that the motion had carried by Charged With Horse Stealing. and that tbo goscrn- be free and on. send out bands of filibusters." a safe majority, he withdrew his vote hold in readiness nt each point of conVeteran llalsra is Company. Padlcah, Ky., April 18. I.em Cament of tho United States hereby recognlies The senate has taken another recess eminent of the United btntes do?s centration, and nt n given signal tho mid wus recorded present. IltVlNK. Ky., April 19. T. Edgor Ihe republic ot Cuba as the truo nnd lawful lhoun and Lem Hill, colored, were arWorld-- - Kccnril llrnken. hereby demand, that tho go) eminent of lioys In blue will Iks carried across tho until 12 o'clock. government of that Island. 1 That It Is tho The announcement of the "vote in jail on a Purk, lato of the Eighth Kentucky, MS FiitxciM'o, April 10. Walter D. duty of the United Slates to demand, and tho rested Sunday nnd lodged A horse and has just returned from Frankfort, Al 11 o.clnck the hoiw took iiuother Spain ut once relinquish its authority waves to tho IVorl of tho Antilles, to ami tlie decisive, victory was loudhns broken tho world's rec- government of the United .states noes nereoy charge of horse stealing. recess until 1:1(0 p. in. to ghe the con- and government in tho island of Cuba Ik) landed, probably, near Matntizas Mansfield isith ly applauded by the republicans. where ho has been securing tno enroll r and demand, that the government of Spain at onco buggy belonging to Master Commiami withdraw its laud nnd naval forces and in tho rear of Havana, where they ord for I'oiirtrcu republicans voted with the ferees unother opportunity to liu-e- t IIo extended his relinquish its authority and government In tho ssioner J. Will Fisher and President C. ment of u company of brave fellows At It::w p. in. tho housewas formally from ( uh.i and Cuban waters. army will bo joined by tho patriotic troops withdraw democrats und populists as follows: This c.- - Island of Cuba nnd nnd Cuban Us land and naval M. Leake, of tho school board, were who are ouxious to enlist in the the llm a distance of 150.0. It. That the president of the United ut nnd waters. 3. That forces from Cuba lltomwell, Urown, Colson, liMper, uotllled of the notion of the tho Luiiuu republic. j taken. They succcded in recovering to fight Spain. Many more than l.o ittis.lif.lf frirtt t )m rppnnl ttiml the president of tho United States be, nnd hereherobj is directCuban Uen.Gomezhns perfect lcnowbJbx u.omir,i (Wis.), Dorr, Johnson (Ind,), Johniou another rviess until 13 o'clock wns States be. and requisite titimbcr have indicated their Madison Square garden by Is directed to use tho entire land and naval the property. (,SM.). I .or liner, Loud, Mahnny, Maun, taken Immediately. At midnight the ed nnd empowered to us the entire edge of the situation, and while, per desire to go with him. tournament forces of the United States, nnd to call Into tine Country, Una Flag. hotihi) recessed until PJ:30 n.m. tonwait land and naval forces of the United haps, the attention of the leioged city nttlie ruilhmny, Warner nml White, (111.). lervleo of the- United States mllltla of the Suspected Moonshiners Held. I.OUISVIM.K, Ky., April 10. The paof Is distracted by tho bombardment of In the early part of the year, and by necessary states, nml tocall into actual conferees, states, to such extent as may bo One Mpu1lst, Howard, (Ala.), voted the action of the Conr La.ncastkii, Ky., April 10. Grant seven feet .Mansfield's own to carry these resolutions Into effect, I That triotic (lispoiltion of tho Sous of n. nt the house conferees the United States the mililla of the sevAt 12:01 an American licet, the allied forces will record. iiye with the republieana. federate Veterans in this city indicates llright nnd William Farris were artho United States hereby disclaim any Cuban resolution, as amended by the asked to !c allowed to have n confer- eral states to such extent as may be nec- swoop down from the rear, placing tho or Intention to exercise sos crelgnty. Jurishow readily tho followers of tho lost rested in this city Mondny afternoon linking fnr Mahr. tlii-wnsn prospect of essary to carry these resolutions into tyrannical soldiers of Spain between house, was received In the senate at ence nlono nnd said Island, exiept for Loi'tsvitt.K, Ky., April 10. Tho mys-te- r diction or control oscr and assert Its deter- cause w ill rally round tho Hag. John by IVputy United States Marshal reaching n eompromlso on tho original effect. '.'."5 . in. tho pacification thereof, tires. alKiut the murder of Kmll Struck, mination, when that is accomplished, to leavo A. llroaddus Chapter has offered its Short, charged with selling whisky dis4. That the United States hereby basis. Mr. Davis addressed tho scunte, They ELECTROIS. who was shot nud killed whllo nlono in tho gov ernment nnd control of the Island Io Its services to President McKinlcy, nnd without government license. At 12:30 tho house again recessed un- claim any disposition or Intention to the effect of the action of the will be carried to Mt Vernon for exis preparing to equip a uniformed exercise sovereignty, jurisdiction or A New lllseorery l.y an KleetrleUn of his home on Vernon avenue Saturday people, ie house. He said many livcb had passed til 1 11. 111. Hot'HK-Tlheld a short session Satamining trial. night, has only partly Wen cleared urday, and at house m. adjourned until Monday Mnee midnight the sennto has Wen control over said Island, except for the aw - while congress wni debuting the 3A p. I.rmliurc. WilTsto He Is of Triplet Abandoned Her Child. question nnd that tho Maluo disaster In informal recess, although technical- pncillcatlon thereof; and asserts Itsde-term- ! London, April IS. This week's dis- aw ay. The police nro looking for seen morning, April 18. Lottie Lkxinq ro.Y. was the hist man OvvKNfliiouo, Ky., April Washington, April nation when that is accomplished, ci, vorloa havo still remained unavuntfed. Ilu thouirlil ly In sctsloti, Tho conference commitSunatis Tho mot lutureatliiK liam Jlahr. He mi tho nltrhl ot tho ate Monday possed tbo lminority report ot sen- Jones, colored, Ky.. 20, was urrestcd this county, Mrs. Charles 10. At Utlea, Uhodes guve aged tho tee Is Htlll In session, the houso mem- to lenvo the government nud control ol Hychnowsky, tho electrician of Loin-bur- it tholiouso there should be no further delay. Monday it was reported thot foreign relations committee, witti tho Kornkcr Sunday charged with abandoning her birth to three boys, all fully developed Mr. Davis thought the Independence bers having returned 15 minutes ngo tho Island to Its people. claims to havo discovered an elee murder. recognizing tlio Cuho wns seen on the Tnylorsvllle plko und Teller amendments, child. She admitted after being lock and healthy. At Ktiottsvlllo last week of Cuba would quickly follow Ititurvcn front n consultation with liouso leaders. leal lluld which ho calls "Klectrols." ban republic, and for nrmed Intervention In the ltil-ri- r limit Mountt'il. now bom babo Mrs. Win. Payne gao birth to two Louisville. In order to sequro hnsty nettou An ngreetuent is understood to huvo lion Island. The resolutions were returned from ed un that she left her Tho discovery has caused a great sen- several miles from Maui: Im.m, Cnl., April 10, Tho on a doorstep in Forest Hill ubout four girls and a boy, all of whom are doing tho house with tl 0 Foraker amendment Mr Davis moved concurrence in the been reached. (Icrmany la Not Hostile. sation on the continent. IIo obtains e guns were the Independence of the Cuban republic well. weeks ago. IlKiiMN, April 10. The During this recess the niciuburit again lust of thu slvlncli raptd-llrhouso notion. it by electrolysis, but, it is not Identiw as then rent to conference und on being re Ulrhnionit Veterans Heady, Kentucky's Adjutant (lencral Is Heady to At !I;I0 p. in, tho vote was taken on congregated In thu lobby lu tho rear of mounted on the Charleston Monday, cal w Ith electricity. Its effects nre de- N'ortli German Gazette Monday after- Il turned to the senato was concurred In. completing her armament with tho ex.More. noon published Richmond. Kv.. April 15. Wnr news note to tlio effect the Davis motion to concur in the the hull, nnd led by sewrul of tho house defeated the House ception of the small rapld-llr.- ) guns, clared to be startling, producing light thnf'the reports that the ambassadors amendment The tho senate committee Foraker has stirred lUchniond to a high state LancaStkh, Ky., April 10. "Yes, 1 on for to houso 'amendment. The motion wni younger members, sang many of the which will bo placed tn tho tower. and causing guissler tubes to emit, of the powers nt, Washington have as- clcn relations report on the Cubaa Joint re0' of excitement Marlon Murphy post, nut certain we shall havo war, and I defeated and the senate refused to con- popular songs of tho day. llueresccnt rny. It works photocheui-Icallylutlons and passed tho report with the Teller G. A. It., passed touching am prepared to lead Kentucky's troops Thu conferees on tho Cuban resolu- She will bo sent out in the stream the cur. Tho vote wum V,i yens to 40 nays. pro- sumed n hostile attitude toward tha rotates objects in mid-air- , Tuesday morning, ancr amendment at first thing Tuesday morning, giving Ten republicans voted no. the situation and will answer the wnr on a moment's notice," said Adj. Gen. Senate tion reached ail ngreomeut ut 1:10 place in the dry dock to thu Monad-nock- . duces whirlpools In water und kills 'nited State nro incorrect, so far as having been pussed upon by a conference Collier to a corresdondent Friday. summons at tlrst calL then ntonco sent tho resolutions hack a. in., which is tn restore the words i.ermnny Is concerned." Kvery day from 'JO to 30 re- bacteria, to tho houso. "are, nnd" in tho llrst parugraph and Spaniards to Leave New York. Duel Over a Woman. In Loulss-llle- . Spain Xluy A!amlnn Cuba. nro sworn in on the IndependNegotiating: for tha 1'perst lllsinnrck. lire A motion for n conference committo eliminate tho Turple amendment cruits Wasiunotox', April PA All arrangePadL'caii, Ky., April 18. In a quarLottlsvtU.K, Ky., April PA Firo in cor- London, April 10. The London. April IS. The Koine corre tee was deflated, III to 4.1. Tho resolu- recognising tho lusurgeut government ence. There Is stlls n need of ublo seaments base been made by tlio Spanish the millinery establishment of Mrs. A. rel over n woman of the town early I respondent of tho Standard bays that men and second gradu engineer. spondent of tho Daily News says. tion now goes back to tho houso nnd entirely. colony U. Porter destroyed her entire stock, Sunday morning Evvin Keeves and nm assured that the nuecn regent her-- , lileut. Commander Niblaclc, United legntion to return the Spanish At till n. m. Senator Davis presented vote on Cuban recognition in mother liiilliin. Holding n (Slum ll.ilue. Itobert Percy fought u street duel at self, us well as thu pope and the Km Mutes naval attache at Berlin and ut In New Vork to Spain, vessels having w ith a loss of between 813,000 and houno is probable. Tho radicals in tlio conference report In tho sennto the (il'riiiiiM, Ok,, April 10. Nearly t.OOO been chartered to leave Wednesday. Tho building was dumuged only short range. Each emptied his pistol, voto of 4'J Cheyenne Indians nre guthcro I on the poror Francis Joseph, of Austriu, would Home, Is still negotiating for the opposed n conference. was adopted by tin Hsnuto nnd It s insur- and both wcro hit twice, lleevcs lias liner The same applies to lloston and other 5500. There was abandoning Cuba us tho only, chase of tlio Hamburg-AmericaIn the houso Mr. Dlngley at onco mov- to il.V banks of tho North, Canadian, ninny u mortal wound in the stomach and : - points. ance. n 111. adjourned. miles from the agency, holding a means to avert wnr. Archbishop Ire-- l'tierst lllsinnrck to bo used us tin mixTlio Minute rlt 1:"0 ed that tho house insist on Its amendPercy u serious one in the chest Movement ot Troops. illury cruiser land cables that renouncing the Failed to Indict lllin. In the house, as soon ns tho confer- ghost ilancc. It is feared byiunny ment and ask for u conference, Mr. Lawyer and Negrn Fought. laud Is the only posslbll'.y of avoiding LoiTlM'U i.k, Ky., April 10. W. II. St. Lot'lH, April PA 'Ihe Ninth Inlltijii.B Mules for lha Army. Ilromwell (rep.,T.) moved to concur In ence report had Von presented, Mr. that Hie Indians, Incited by their med15. IIowmno GitKh.v, Ky April Yeas and Adams moved the adoption of the re- icine men, will tuko advantage of the "'nr-- " Sr. Loi'ls, April 19. A telegram fantry, stopping temporarily ut Jeffer-so- Slayton, who was arrested hero about tho Kcnntt amendments. biirrncks, and the Third cavalry, a mouth ago ou Information from Lawyer James T. Hcaiichamp nnd u Ne from Washington states that tho war Hold frrt Cut HIT, linys ordered on IlromwoH's motion to port nml upon that motion liu de- absence of troops from neighboring regularly on post there Monday re- Kockford, 111., returned to tho city gro witness had a light during a trial manded the previous question, Wii.MAMsrmv.N, Ivy., April 18. (ieo. dopnrtmeut has Just, ordered the concur In senate recognition, forts to start an uprising to s.'Oiiro e Tho giillerlcs gave cheer nftcr cheer moro Wof rations nml in revenge for Hroiuwcll's motion to concur In of Lexington, had Ixitli feet cut chaso of l.soo mules in addition to the ceived positive orders to move Immed- a Sunday, the grand Jury at that place here. There was much excitement for amcuilmetit recognizing Cuban In- ns tho resolutions wcro road, The de- tho enforcement of tho territorial off by 11 freight train hero Sunday alt-- : 1,000 ordered Inst week, Thu mules iately to .Mobile, Ala., ond Clilckomau-gu- fulling to tind un tnditraent ngnlnst ti tlma, but it soon quieted down. The Negro was fined for contempt of court him. park, respectively. dependence was defeated on llrsl roll mand for thu previous question cut nit 're to bo used ns pack animals in Cuba. law, which has caused eriioou. It Is thought hu will die. Judge Joseph Harbour HI. debate nnd Mr. llalloy und Mr. John-so- great discontent in tlio tribe. call, 148 to 173, line Mau Shot Another. Spain HinlrHVorlng 10 Ital.r a Loan. K115I11111I lluylnc Coal. Clin, anil Aiiiiiiuiilllon Cm. Inc. Nkwcastle. Ky., April 18. Judge (rep., Ind.) both appealed for few FliANKr'OUT, Ky., April 15. Morgnn Dlngley moved to Insist ami ask u London, April 10. It Is icported in Kimiston, .liinalc.i, April PA Tho Livmirooi., April IS, Tho Whlto l',iii'r (I mi nln AiUlon. Ilcrllu citizen of Joseph Harbour is very ill of la grippe Spain Hohnuuon, minutes' time, Mr. Adams refuted to conference. Carried without 11 St..t- - lino steamer llovlc, whleli sailed HrltUli iiuthorltlos, although they had the city th.i the government of Hkiii.in, April 10. - The Culoiio r yield time for debate, owing to tho Hagdnd, Shelby county, was shot and ut his Some in this place. Judge lu communication with lendhas i for Now Voile Friday night, hud on '.000 tons of wwlliore, bought S.OOJ print's an expert's advice to Spain Vinson tlio superior court bench Tho following weru upM)lnted by the lateness of tho hour, Mr. Johnson ing financial houses here, including Instuntly killed Thursday night by n largo consignmu- -t of Lee-- ' lltfoual tons (Monday. They have , was highly us lgng as that body continued, and ho n speiiker us conferees on tho Cuban res- protested lmllgiiautlv. Mr. llnlley de- to station her ships 111 thu harbor-- of rlllcs, ten Mii.xiin guns, SO " two cargoes of vessels of tho tho Kothschllds, in an effort to raise se- Ilornco Kesler. liohannon of on tho Is tlio nuthorof "Harbour's Dlgesfund connected, being u brothor loan of iM.OOO.OOO d olutions: Adams (rep., I'a.) Ileatwolo manded tho ayes and noes and tho roll lluracoa and Nlpe, on Ilu north eoist Krupp qiilck-ilrin- g guns nud two huu- - MIns line. These purchnses und beTho II. F. ltohaunon. Kesler Is tv son of other popular works of law. "(rep., Minn.) nml Dlusmoro (deni , w as called. Tho previous question was of Cub.i, whence they could cruise s nro connected with tho increase curity of the Almaileii mines. touaof ammiinltlou, 1,obos, Crooke I Island and tween farm1. ordered, r the lliltlsli Meet In theso waters, in Itothschilds declined to confirm or deny Thomas Kesler, a Ark.). Newr Kentucky Post Oftlee. Old Army hurueoii Had. on the adoption of Cnyos, on the north coast, to prevent Tho llrst roll-caTho senate, when llio resolution wns er of this county, nnd Is !!5 years old. Washinuton. April 10. Post offices siow of the expected war between tho rumor. . CAMiiiiinaK, O,, April 18. or.. An-tho report showed "03 yens nnd A nays. tnu landing 01 troops 111 Luna unit comtho house request for returned with pan the have been established In the following States Senator Yiallhall HI. Left for the Uotd Fields. Tho conference report was adopted mand tho windward passago between Irew Wall, one of the must prominent j eonfereno', promptly acceded to tho April 19. Senator W VHiilNOTON, L0UI8VIM.K, Ky., April 14. Luke J. Kentucky towns: Hrnndon, Calloway Fortify Canary Islands. Cuba and I lay ti nud the llahanm chanphysicians and burgeons in Uasteru by the houu', 1110 to fl. ' Oreat has been Manlon, 11. M. Shaw and B. (X Maddox, county, T. It. llrandou; Gule, Green Thnkiiikkk, Cnnnry Islands, April 19. Walthall, of Mississippi, nel. Ohio, died at I1I1 hoiuelicru Sunday Mr. D.ivIh moved tlint tho conferees quite HI ns tho result of a heavy cold, loulsvillo youug business men, left county, D. W. Mllby; Varlo, Hopkins Tho Spunlsli authorities are actively Tho following voted against thu Tho national subscription for the morning, Hu wus a surgeon in the luto fortifying ba appointed by lliu chair, but Mr. Tuesday night for the Copper river county, II. 1). Ilarurouglil, una nut-cuthe islands ami preparing but .Monday his condition suoweu n Allen ('i'b ) nhj.'oti-- and' wanted lh adoption of tho report: lloutellu(rep,, strengthening of tho Spanish tlcct has ivur and member of tho board of pea for 0,000 reinforcements. Elliott countv, N. j. Wells. encouraging Improvement, old Holds. lion exum'ncis. Ml',), ltrcwcr (dein., Ala.), (iuiducr reached about SoOJ.Otm. conferees iiumod b,v the senate. TOCSIN OF WAR '' ce.6tjt:c6 - ..i-- ... . lU.-T- hcro -- -- ..t &? - .. 5TATE ITEMS OF INTEREST. oprro-lion- aarr , - ' er . "' i' court-lliursd- s r"''"' a. as i.-- ". L nnrlt y ti,. vAl J 11 11 th.r-raavrtli- nl lel. ...ilio it ',,,,. rVtf" ill.tt. r'nif1 l.l 1 XrnrW . 1m.I . ri-"- . LZ.".vJ 1 R e d rs nrd-Kak- n Port-woo- Chick-Dinnug- -- u ls accom-iiKMlntl- well-know- e. mo-lio- n ii. m-n- mo-iiie- ut - 1 s. lj In-e- n Chick-nmaug- N 11 17U-l.- 1 out-doo- sev-cr- al out-doo- com-I'au- 113- I Ix-u- n 1 -- recog-nlzln- g seiul-ofllel- 11 lk-rll- 814,-00- 11 pur-fav- n three-fourth- is-- n ' pur-Doyl- e, (ten-at- y u 11 11 well-know- n (in-zet- to K-ei- liar-hou- "8 car-drc- J well-know- n ll 11 .,'.:,.;, $ Sv.Vl-3'5,fc''-!! --ySga-ci ., . tefefc ?rw Kvcr slur tho seed iIIvImioii nas abolished by Secretary Mor- - Tvi'jBj A J ij H I OKU AX, KV., It li Rood philosophy always to miU lon daring t lie Olovelund admin VBftSZ ..... , ' r ...:..!.... .... .it. i ., ,um ... i... every- w. i 22, 1898. Joiut Resolution Declaring the : : april Friday, : Since we are In have war, ,Mrin0I) t,o department or ngrl miserable over thlniri i body wants it to be itilok, vigor- to itiaho one Froa and culture lias distributed seeds i.. People of Cuba khU-cnu not bo prevented or McOkaoken county hns ilcciil-nwith seed companies In ous nud soon over, and to this eud country is now at war with Spain, contract Independent, lo work tlio romls by luxation, various parts of the country. The the Government should bo voted and war at InMt is horrible Bnt, 3 AND Tor Hint nuil trill lory a spoulal tax method adopted by Secretary money iiocessiir.y, all tho men and 1st. It Ls reosouiilily certain that tlio Ailiipleil hy Until Hoiisch of Con&rem. purpose. Morton did not meet with popuand should bo given all this nt war will bo of short duration. lar approval, but on tho eonlniry, wnp n few ScMK PennsylvaniaX'ud. Tho United States Li certain was denounced by both houses of "Joint rooluliou for tlio recognition once, promptly, and without d.ivs nno sent by express to Pres Ikj vletorinns. talks in Congress. of of the liuU'iK'uiieueo of tl.o poojilo of n simill Un emigres. Tho Secretary ident McKinlev offer lo all cluwi of tin (.lvrriimenf !Il. Whoa the war is curled tho 2a thrifty xrnon unrtjua I. that no seed distribution Kor obvious lentous, the where sum). No message himjoiu ihi!piI CuUi, ilfiiiaiiriiiia thatI'm imtnoiiry unit otl IniluMnnnntii tn of tium reliuqnuit tlutu of tho world will have a groator should he eairiod on by his do- oatewiUUnUiclrboftler It, hut tlio wind spoke for Itself. in the Ld.iwl of CnSu, and fores of which till Intelligent citi- knowledge nnd iwpoct for tho fovtj.ii:iiut although seed dietribu Kroit v itrtl.uid ami naval forcm Porto Rtoo In r fcrtllo llttlo Multlnli-.i'- nml in tlie OiiImii water. zens readily admit, the command- nuss, gr.indenr and p.iwer of tho United rtmoiit. leally the basis of the was f.iim Tnlia To tho Farmer, IkIiiiiiI of :tr.'iO squnro miles and nuil dlnrti-ij- ; the lVndilwtt of (ho Unit- ing generals do not make public StatiM, and therefore tho peace, t tut will department of Is ofrcroil iroixt liml nt low prlc. 1.000,000 inlmbiliitits. It would ed StHti'S to uio the l.tiid and naval any plan of campaign ngalnst follow will bo 11101a permaueut uu.' ori'iitiUatlnn of the congress made anil on viuy trmt koo.1 murketa for iiu'iilturc. The croju. all Ls rslJiu.anilnuver-rnlLlin- r bo an ntnple Indemnity Tor any firec of tlio United States to carry aiinroDrlatitin purposely for the Spain. The Spaniards alone could listing. Other snarling and mouthing small Anierionn port Spain might tlieso resolutions into effect. "Whereas, tho abhorrent conditions be benefitted by snoli Announce- countries will kcop tho pe.ico becaim distribution of seed and directed To tho Laborer: succeed in bombarding. which havo ox Med for more t'lim throe they will know they havo to. of agriculture to Uiu Secretary oonntry wherowork l o.'jr i, gel l and whom good wagot aro paid. concontrfttion of thirty-thre- yoHN in the LsI.iikI of Cnlu, so near our ments. Hence tho anxiety of tlio provisions of the Tnn Ith. This settle forever, at esrry out the regiments of cnvnlry, artil- own burden;, have shooki-- tlio mor.d public muni await the movements least for generations, all sectional iud act. Ill spltn of this however, tho United of the To tlio Merchant: lery nml Infnntry, about 20,000 of. senso t)oen a people of to ChrUti.ni States, of troops, and thereby conjecture internal difference between our irvn Secretary Morton relused to ills- civildNj;r.ico have Koodoponlnm. floors anil men. nt four southern ization, cnluduatinp, ns they have, iu tho objeots sought. Tho larger cltizeus. Fighting under tho old nig, tribute seed, until lie whs in dnu- inato busuieM caa bocurrltxt ou wlili profit. points, gives tlio South something the destruction of a United States bat- part of the regular army of the winning common victories, will vripe ger of Impeachment by congress, tleship, with 2G0 of ita ofliccm and crow, appearance. of a warlike and even then he stubbornly reTo the Manufacturer: while on a friendly visit in tho harbor United States is being rapidly con- out every vestiffo of tho North, Sotth, ,ttW of Ul Minister Woodford came of Havana, and eaunot longer bo endur- centrated in tho South at New K.vst or West feelings. If Leo m1is fus,ul l0 fllll' ,,,,py ,ho people, but an nnllmltoil uoitlr of raw mt rl'. and irnod RhtPDUitf facllttloMoAll tho near being President of the Unit ed, as nas been net forth by tlio Presithe raniiMrts of Mom Civstlo rlrsi, it representatives of tho Uriro matliu, lJlicntllinhiermpnU hLs compiled wilh the letter of the ed States once. When Garfield dent of the United States in18W, upon Orleans, Mobile, Tampa anil bo bocauso Now York soldiers', aro oftiT.Hl lir ho cltlit'tis ot tbo will to CoiiKri'ss of April 11, vatloua loc&iiuua. through subterfuge. Iiiitrail for nearly all our war side by sido with hLs YirKiiilaus. la,w and was nominated the chice Tho fltt Bill rwi'i ' lay between Woodford which tlio nctiou nt UougvcM was invit- vessels are congregating iu Soulli " 5th. The RTtat body of thopconW "l "'"7 fjQRlfTnlv.. tlrvctljr tbruuKli Ilia : thereloro. nvipn..,L.n- - anin congress unu iiiieimeu 11 : VSiUkayC. toAt tHirtlonaIs of thp. and Arthur, and the former was ti; ,. .... . ",, "' Biattn. and tbi. iK'tl " ESS "n, IJIlrX ruutnf.irlholnttimtlnK m war, vxoruiin nuiiuiu ut .1 uuho, no uiiii.ii.im...1 (or a time the favorite. (nml Hamilton ltoads. Thfs leads fsruiiMtliy, and iu tllP.V fut lUml with vnrlona drum mikI made arof Auiivlen. Iu Oouktow uomoiiiMmI i Turn Hot. JJr. Shallow ham been Hulinil dlrrct rontotoArkan- "1. Thnt tlio imih1o of tlio Islnml of to the apparently certain conclu of it. Not ouo iu yo hnurtril will rangements for the distribution of iBBliBBBKF aiijt&a.l TvKa. CIimhI nominated for Governor of triue, (wnnocllona um marin V&PJV uiiiu a lv, mill or riK'it oiiL'i't to no, rreo sinn that the first pass in tho war over seo an nnnod Spaniard ; did Kivhig seeds by the dealers, Instead of In on an Independent tfoket and independent. :wllh all llnra ftntrrlnir Cairo, and no basin, agriculture, marryug, directly through tho agency of dlmiprooaBloiajr-overaaro nto,tarjr. upon the platform: "Tlio a shall 3. That it is tho dnty of tho United will be for tho American navy to in marriage, pleasures anil iiijoyiuents, :ComIortallfrtoeh3lrrarrunlt!rvnnh . jiretty not steal." This is another pint. States to demand, and the Government opou aud gunrd a way from Flori- will i?o 011Mexican mnolas umal. years, tho department of agriculture. :from Cairo foTnaa nltliout ohanpa. . Tho two ntovlnjr, write : present aeorelury of Agri walastid It you aro thinking of I he form of glittering generalities. of tlio United States does hereby there wero only lOaylciiled, 608 iliod of uurnflntiKomt'ir uiu- lor iriaooiM-su- i The articles not to be stolen should onco that the Goturnuieut of Siuiu at da to Cuba so that our army can wounds, and :il'.0 onuiKsl. Tho war culture, Mr. Wilson, within six rtrnled namnhlot "7rai." "ttmti t relinquish its authority and gov- be transported safely for the oc weeks after tuo lieginniiig or his :niiHi.""7iiaaMiiiiiMi,": be specified. with Spam v not l.oly to lo more ernment in thd Island of Cuba, and term, made preparations for the . Gtimfsri tf WK.'tHll .VIIW1II. with A'iMiri its Generally speaking the teach, withdraw and laud nud navnl forces cupation of Cuba, and thnt when morn 11.1 val. thiliilereucc, it will bo re establishment of the seed divis- :ijKuia..l SiltAlonr A.iiiMa," and Lolf "Utoiitr Cuban waters. a sufficient force has beon transera admire the new law in regard from Cuba 7. When peaceis pnvlaiintsl, It will ion on duly I, 1S1I7, at tho begint lalloa. t! t Tlr "3. the President of to the election of school trustees. States Thatand he hereby is tho United ported, Havana will then bo at- bo a wonderful magnanimity if tho ning of the fiscal year. A decis11.1:1x1. bo, directed Trit.rmtlrnt. The election coming at a time empowered to use tho entire land and tacked, or besieged, by land and United States dies not demand ami si ion waa made by the comptroller .tirurulTltlrV.K. T ami It. WCU. euro luiomtiit.7 equal to an tno conn - eiito. lit when the public schools are all naval forces of the United States, and sea. The most accepted of the treiiBnry to the effect that SmTrrffifHHWfmWfHIHHIHIHHfd opinion and exiwnsi of tho war, under way, it is no longer possible call into tho actual service of tho United is nccording to the letter of the law, that Havana will be bombarded for any petty factional rivalry to States tho militia of tho several Statesthe secretary must continue to T11K Congress is noting 011 the WE TtiltKK AM) SO MOKE. to such an extent sus may bo neccssarj- at oiicp, and that it cannot withlie engaged iu in choosing trusdistribute seed through the con- impulso that the masses of the 10 cany inese rcbointious into cnect. tees. stand tracting seed dealers. Therefore pooide tiro madly frantic for war (Frni Kanlwell Star. "i. That tho United States hereby Also, ItAmerican guns 43 hours. is claimed thnt the known or intention to Tnn State Commercial conven- disclaim any Ollle J aiies aud Cinirlie Wheel- - the plan for the reostnblishmeht with Spain. We don't believe tion which will be held in Louis cxiTclso sovereignty, jurisdiction or insufficiency of food in Havana or are going to make things hum of tho seed division was abandon-e- ono innii in 50 wants war, but we for last year. Tho appropriaville on May 11 and 12 will bring control over said island except for the would compel ita capitulation, if They tion made by tho present con- do believe they want thn honor of pacification assert its de together many or toe best busi- termination thereof, nudthat U accom betieged, in a very short time. for the next few months. tho country miiiulntued at all that when will poisiblr be the only entries gress, to go into effect July 1st, ness men of Kentucky for the plbhed, to leave tho government and hazards. This much seems reasonably cer- In the primary, which will come In 181)3, will enable the Secretary to purpose of devising ways and control 01 tlio Island to its people. ' tain as to the war program. The due time. Both are young men. do this. lie is now completing means for developing the hidden Illinois Central R. R. wealth, ns well as advertising to newspapers say that the United full of energy and can talk "world preparations for tho re establishTflE ULTIMATUM. Rcnnb-lican- s ment of tho seed division, aud the world the natural advantages Stales will not send an army to without eud." Surelya the Maintain uniurraMtJ man, nnd hereafter seeds will he delivered will start out of tlio mate. Actual War Commences Cuba exceeding 50,000 men, which perhaps they could not do bolter upon congressional order, by tbo DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE The sinking fund commission, united with the insurgents would li an to let tho honor fall upou department of Agriculture ers have tensed the labor of forty from Urn OrUana lo MnnpM, St I.outp, He has the diatlno- moke a Jerr.v convicts ut tbo Eddyville peniPresident McKinlej signed the Spaniards forco of 100,000. The j tion ofPorter carrying moro votes in the DRY AX'S UALLAXTKV CUKERED. LonUfillr. Clnelnnall. Chietics. have about this numProm Alfinplila loCalrs, Si. Lniiln. Ch. tentiary to the A. J. Decker com war resolutions of Congress, cago, Cluclunall, LnnUtiPr, ami from Si. ber there, but It is said only 50,- - district wheu he made the race pany, Pnducati, nt 35o a day each, Wednesday ut 11:35 A special dispatch to the New I.011I1 lo l'liiot milnj ilirrct connro for Commissioner than A. M. and tho 000 said labor to bo employed in a are ablo for duty, aud they any railroad Republican has carried he York World from Greenville, Miss, tioDt itb throuitb train frara all polnU Is claimed same hour dispatched the ultima- scattered. Of course spoke factory. This, it snvs: "When William J. Bryan tho United fore or since that time. Kortli. Kant nuil will leave only sixty live able- - tum to tho Spanish Government passed through Crystal Springs, States would seek to prevont any bodied men unemployed at the demanding the withdraw! of all InoluJInr IliilTalo, I'ltMburc, ClarilanJ, crowd from njton. Sw Vork, PMU.Ic'pM, llalil. more Spaniards from landing TnsnE is usually a prevalence ot Miss., he spoke to branch prison. Spanish troops from and the relinrheumatism, duriug tho cnamceable and the car platform. Crystal Springs more, Rlehmoml, M. Paul, MInnKll, wet weather. If afflicted, procure a being tho birth placo of Repre (linaha, Kiniai Vif, Hot Pirin, The railroads in limes of great quishment of nil authority and there. In addition our Government bottlo of Chamberlain's Pain Bdm, sentative Joseph W. Bailey, Mr. lltaTtr. Clnoo eonnretlon wl'h calamities, liko carrying supplies control over the island of Cuba, Ls It af- Bryan was speaking In most com- Iral Mi11iMir.pt Valtrr Route Solid l"l will call out a sufficient army of which only externally used. for the releifof the stnryingthons-anilfords quick relief and certain euro. For plimentary terms of the young Vtitlbule Ualljr Train' for in Cuba; during yellow lever The ultimatum is not published volunteers and militia to guard sale by T. T. Swavuo. 1 11 huil IIP, NIohx Fa IN, epidemics, and such conditions, and will not be until Spain replies, nil our Democratic lender and of his t towns and cities, friendship nnd admiration for til in, nearly always carry such reliefs but it is said to be iu exact Hloux :ily Iu Cnba. Protestants Srarre with tho resolutions of which will probably be about when he was Interrupted by n wo- ami Ibe Wttl. l'arlleulart tf ant of free. It lias been said that cormore, bat the force could be man near, who exolnimed, This Is Hit I, C II. R. and connecting llnra. porations have no souls, but such Congress, nnd gives Spain 48 (From New York Sun.) J acts show that some have great hours to accept or reioct the made several bnndred thonrand, Tliero Is at Dresent only one his mother," at the same tlmo KM MUKKAV, DIt. Pan. A.nt, .Sw Urlaatia. na awvealfMnail. hearts and feeling toe humanity. flninumta l.trt.rt5ti,(,T litilttLtOn. or mn im nv ! Atlfl Cop Xvrnht.V row tnli(wfAkM iiotiiltna to crowd. .Mr. ildirljr J.1l. A. SCOTT, Dlr. I'ait Ajjeul, Man- .... .fti.A Bryan tv.1 Hitklr. wl lady lii the The War Department causes ft the whole Island or Oaba. irni immediately descended from the pbli. If. A1.AUAMA effoca a governor I nantlv refaiie. ntul in that erenf A. lltxaoK, o. r. this year, and so does Georgia, it is reasonably assured that the U. to bo made known that all our is for a llttlo Protestant Episco- steps and, grasping the hand of W A. KiLiont), A. o r. a. A., Chicago. Uuiilllr. pal congregation in Havana. A Arkansas, California, Colorado, S. war vessels will on Saturday sea coast harbors of any great imMrs. Bailey, told her how glad be Connecticut, Idaho, Kansas, New commence the block-ad- portance are uow thoroughly pre- lay reader Is In charge of it, aud was to meet nnd greet the moth- D. O. I'AUh". J. C. Sl'KlOHT. the number of worshipers docs er of his brilliant friend. The imYork, Mnitie, Massachusetts, Michof the Islaud of Cubaand tho igan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Ne- Islaud of Porto Kioo. The cus- pared for defense, and it is not not exceed twenty. mense crowd, grasping tbo situavada, New Jesey, North Carolina, tomary notice to remove women believed that any navy iu the PARK & SPEIGHT, tion, cheered loudly. Oregon, Pennsylvania, Uhode Is- nud children, (not less than 5 world can get closo enough to MORE IV VR B0.NDS. land, South Carolina, South Dako- hours) will be given the Spanish New York, Norfolk, or any of our COM) FROM SEA MATER. MAYFIELD. Secretary (luge says that ns KhNTUUKY. ta, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Commander nt ilarnna and then most Important cities, to throw soon ns war was nctnally Wyoming aud Wisconsin. entered "Tho greedy gold power," has the bombardment nnd selgo will one damaging bomb, and tho land- upon he would ask congress for fdruck another blow nt silver. A Will do n General Law Ilnsinoss Emboldened by the troubles commence probably Monday or ing In all Courts, State nnd Fedof Spanish Troops on our ter inntborily to issue 250,000,000 of Spain on this side of the world, Tuesday. '" "Ion Hollar plant, recently eral, and in all the Courts The Spanish Cortez (Congress) ritory would be a merciless sacri ':.. i....i. established in Maine, to obtain the insurgents in the Plillliplne These would not be in of i''ulton County. has making renewed and is now in session, and it is possi- flee of Spanish lives. Islands are gold bonds, ,...h... was no ills- v., ,.,.. more successful efforts to achive ble, though not probable, that results from Un work Prompt Attention (Siren Collection. 7. ...i. .. to compl cote .1.. nuesIt is believed also, that our or pes , ,,, m.. rr..i...i their independence. The impor- Spain may ask time for it to net. tion. The people would be asked 00 York In tho s ape o tance of these colonies of Spain So, therefore, the war Is actually mies would seek to take osees-.?U.l!f.":' "aiJ?5 "L"?'1? ounce, of gold and silver bullion DR. S. K. DAVIDSOiN are little understood. Tho Philli-pin- on, and whilst there have beeu sion of tho Spanish Isla "J f more Islands are north of Borneo differences among our people as Porto K.co.ns a means of crush- - Uioo.000,000, and relt no doubt ''er proportion being about one and across the China sea from to its justification, &c, now that lug Spanish power. Indeed, the that the entire block could be ?,",",. gold nnd two parts silver. !.. .!.! ..I... ...I.. A.I.I Hong Kong, China. There are it is a fact, the 1'enple of the Spanish Navy seems to be He center placed almost immediately. IZ.ZZ'" KHNTUOKY 1200 islands, that have a territory United States are and should be vhh-ii!, Istna nil at V,WVMW,"V waters i uiuiuiuun HICKMAN, hi iiuuiu nut l.iAnai. nunuci 100.000,000, ly, nnd tho of the ocean of 150,000 SQnare miles. The united as one man. Our country cd there more than immediately once, but after the ioiuu largest is Luzon with 51,000 if it be right; hut right or wrong, around Cuba. Tho newspapers or $50,000,000, he would issue giving up their gold at this rate, Offloe over Cowgill & Oowglil's the prospect of u gold famine square miles, nearly a third larg- "Our Country'' must be our bat- make Gen. Miles, tho Ucnernl in others as needed. Drug StortAgrows beautifully less. er than Keutucky and one fifth tle cry. command, ms that our armies larger than Cuba. The Capital, mas invade old Spain. Bat it is "filood Thicker than Hater." To Invade Texas. QUESTIONS roil POPULISTS. Manila, has 1GO.00O population, evident that the anxiety of the as many ns Haabout people ns to the plan of the war England's sympathy with Hie Tho war nows has it, with somo Hon. Joe A. Parker has subvana. The islands have 7,000,000 of foundation in fact, that Texas campaign, must Hwnit develop- United States in the present crisis mitted the following questions to inhabitants, nearly half as many (Suectnor lo Wm. Pleotalbrlnk,) ments, and in the meantime rally was again demonstrated Tuesday. members of the populist party, as Spain aud six times as many as Ls to bo invaded by Spaniard residents arouud the ting. tiKALKE in in Mexico, aided by such Mexicans as Cuba. She gave a decided rebuff to the and nil Populists are requested to file their answers in whatever yet clierldi feelings of revengo against plan of European mediation, and manner suits them, with J. S. AtTHE CONGRESSIONAL RACE. tho United States for tho part we playConfederate Pensions. while she did not officially state kins,, Bnrdwell, Ky. ed in freeing tho Texan Republic, aud (Padncah Register she sympathized with tho United Questions: Do yon favor a naSurely the Millennium is coming that tho demand of tho Mexicans will The Congressional pot has be- States, the intimation was strong wilba rush, uow that a bill mak- be tho return of tho territory then ced gun to simmer in tho First Dis ly that way. Some .years ago, when tional convention being held, pend- HI0KMAN, KENTUCKY. ing the campaign of 1808, for the ing who mny ed to tho United States. It is believed ttnglisli sailors were trict, ns will be observed from the ed Iu Chinese waters being worst purpose of promoting the future servo iu the U. S. army or navy that tho present Moxicau government in a battle policy of the party! for ninety days, pensionable, un- - Ls sincerely friendly to the United Stutes following extract from a corres- with the Mongolians, an American FKKB DELIYKHY. What date is your ohoice for llftr thn itnilArwlant ant liaa liann aud will liot any such move- - pondent at Orossland to the Cal- Admiral, seoing how the tide of holding a national convention for favorably reported to the House, uieuts, and has already stationed Mcxi loway Times. The writer of the battle was going, gave the famous the nomination of presidential can soldiers on tho frontier to prevent article is a order "blood is thicker than wa- candidates, Jnly 4, 1808, May 20, Telephone Store No, Oi; Hcsi-iJames man, and he has II01V IS LAR0R RENEFITTERI ter, help aud forestall hostilo raids Into Texas. English." Whoa the onco, No. OH. this to say about the custom of crucial the comes the Anglo-Saxo- 1809, or February L'2. 1900 1 However, it is well known that many test endorsing a Congressman: 'tAmercan labor," exclaims Sen- M&tonuit entertain tliln old yrl'in'Uce, people Mill b found alaud-InCOMMANDER OF THE ARMY. "' custom of ondors- "The shoulder to shoulder. ator Chandler, "now has n aud that tliero Ls a Spanish element big a 'CouKressmau waa set osido two tariff." And much good tliero who sympathize with their moth- years ago by Wheeler and tho jxriitical From Portland Orcgonlaii. it ls doing American labor. Isn't er country, and besides tliero Is a largo sharks of tho District who RalNlng Wur Fiiiulm. jlayad on tho General Miles' record is that of M. WITTING, it, Senator Chandler t Tho whole brigand oleincut who arc over ready for prejudice of a siifllclent number of votan exceptionally gallant and nblo sale, reduction of the wages of rapiuo and plunder, and such no doubt ers to defeat Hon, Johu K. Hendrick, t (From Owensboro Messeugcr.J DKALKR IN soldier. With tho single exception Now England cotton operatives will organize fillibustering expedition who utado ns uu honest and faithful The suggestion of war taxes is of Gettysburg, General Miles parand should havo boon ro Immediately following the increase to raid aud rob Texas border towns. All representative,would elected, ticipated iu evory battlo have of 8 per cent iu the "protection" of which will doubtless necessitate, tho the gang and professing to beeu bnt for not relished by American citizens Army of the Potomac, from of tbo STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES bo friends of ns who much as war itself, but both accorded to the cotton industry placing of troops there to capturo uud Henry Uiwko forced him out of tho TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC, to the surrender at Appomtells the story. There are effect- puuLih. No ono doubts that Texaus will nee in tho interest or Wheeler. 1 sus- must go together. Now that con- attox Courthouso. From pect Charley has chauged hLs mind and gress Is preparing to raise the ed by the out in wagos 12.1000 18GU, until the closo of tho thinks uow that a Congressman should funds to pay for the flghtiug, operatives whoso wages average prove a plenty for them. the war ho commanded in battle his My Sloek Is lnji Kruh nl CompUlt, .E Til ho eiirtorscd, especially If Ids uamo liau nj I inylle the p uhllo lo oom( only G per week. Wheeler, but ho can't work special interests to bn nfi'coted regiment, brigade, division, and 1'arcut Unit Wont Control. pens to bo so nJ ee mo. aro beginning to wince. The sugwell this time because ho that racket a short time tho army corps Cftih palil for Country Tro'lue. Plan to Identify the Dead. labored diligently nnd successfully only gestion of a special tax on beer for If n parent has a child that it can, or ago iu sotting asiuo tins cus has brought a commltteo of brew- to which he belonged, having been Willing'! old Unml, Clinton Slrot, will, uelther protect or control, and is two years He was wounded four torn.1 When the men of the regular permitted to run riot, going to ruin and ers to Washington who protest perhaps engagedtimes. moro HICKMAN, KY. iu and volunteer armies go into no- destruction, constantly injuring tho that this would bo a discriminaChina's Loss fs Mankind's (lain. battle than any other gention they will wear around their rights and privileges of others, then tho injustice, and threaten tion aud an officer in our army, including necks llttlo tags of aluminum by Government, State or County, ls justito defeat ovory congressman who eral (Cloveland Plain Dealer.) distinct battles, and which they may be identified if votes for it. Aud there is noth- thlrtyflve hundred serious affairs What is the Chinaman's loss is fied iu taking central of that child, and found later on tho field of buttle. divesting ing thnt could better afford such over one artillery, cavalry and gain. la a good In which tno of In tho Inst war it was often im- thority, Tills parent casehis natural au- mankind's tho world It that tho vast a tax than beer. it Tho consumers were engaged. is tho with Cuba, for thing for possible to properly Identify tlio by ncoepting a would pay for area known as the Chinese dead Boldiers, und thousands Spain, tho parent, has shown its inabilsmaller glass for their money, is gradually passing Til Ik Cow for Male. were buried in graves marked ity aud lack of willluguchs to protect or foriegn hands. Its resources into nnd tho brewers nnd dcnlors Splendid Selection of are "unidentified." Tho war depart- coutrol ; tho island Ls desolate, devas- i.'iimeiiso nnd must bo dovolopod. would suffer none. No suggesA good milk cow for sale. Havo two tated and ruined, its peoplo at wnr, and ment has prepared this system of tion to tax whisky has been mado and wish to sell one. Apply to Mrs. tho trado of this and other countries identification nnd it has beon though tho distillers aro uneasy Geo. Wakiiek, or at tho Couiiikii office. NEW BOOKS, THE OMAHA EXP0SITI0X. that npnn each tug shall be injured thereby, and therefore tho Unitbut it is suggested that a tax of The raising of peppermint lias the numerals assigned each man ed States, a Government strong enough The Omaha Exposition will open 10 cents a pound on ten, and 1 STATIONERY, on tho muster rolls, with thn let- to guarantee control and protection, June 1st, uud It is said that every- cents n pound on coffee he fixed. becomo a considcraiilo industry in ter of his company, buttery or feels justified iu stepping in and dis- thing will bo in readiness by that It Is estimated that nn increased south western Michigan, where a. troop, 11110 his regiment. day. Tlioeo missing tho parent, Spain. The preparations being rovenuo of $75,000,000 a yoar largo scrcngu is devoted to it culNOTIONS, &c, inn.ln Imllnntn thnt thn WniitArn. would thus ho realized, and if the tivation. tags will bo sont to tbo troops In IN "old time patriotism'' when eis are determined to make this war bo prolonged, it is the Soulli when It Is evident that suggested Call and seo our Slock. Every Skckrtauy of Agriculture Wil a fight is on hand, fu tho civil their countrv called men volun- - tho supreme effort of the that resort bo had to n general somo of the regiprivates, nnd the Cap- - erner's life, and that In many re stamp tax upon chocks, deeds nnd son uciicvca that coiiltcss ut its thing up to dale. ns war officers of ments had tittle silver shields In- tains nnd Colonels wero appointed; specie it will surpass uny thing of other legal documents. This can next sesbion will authorise tho establishment of un ngricultiir.il exscribed with tho wearer's name, or elected afterward. Now, they tlio kind ever hold in this country bo made to yield an Immense MARV I1UKF.NUUS tt Co, periment Btation in Alaska, volunteer us colonels. riiuk and regiment. not excepting tho World's Fair.) THE HICKMAN COURIER. WHAT SPAINT WILL HAVE TO SWALLOW. WAR PR0ORAM, KicBMifl'r vihw OF U Alt. nisTiunuriox or ski:i. wmiwitwwinu vrcmiwit,nmrivnnMnrNunnKiriri PJWUrw M,1' THMlHHHMHHrlHMHHMHrHfMm Quick, Sliarp ami Short. .,. Coiitlitioim of Pence. S2EK3 rr W helpod-Ou- d ARIttNSAsirf Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and ti (HiionuNtor to llimlt I trim.) - long-winde- d ! TEXAS In- deter-tinne- d ft. Musical Instruments. BIPAIRINfl AfflffilAITY. WOHK GUARAKTHD! Call and See our New Stock oi'Jcwelry. Clliilou Hlrt-el- . tn IIICKMA.V, - Kl. ,111 : o win-wil- : "Mftjostio" OcQkmg- Eaages. The Best in the World ! Ynu Cnn not .lluhc a .UlNtnltti - la BuyiugOnc of tfiesc Ranges One of Its Stronged I'olnts is its t mes-nj- e Oliiuk-amaug- a, Vice-Preside- JZXlhA -t "Key We.tK i'"'"l, - 9. : - V.ECONOMY IN Tllli USli OF FUEL!. DuyliiK n I 11 lrr HUflfl' : - Hakes Ulacnlts In I Minutes Mnjcntlo" means n IKe-tlin- Light IJrrnrt In iO.MItmlm. .. of Kcononilciil Cooling o Ponn-sylva- n Cwll anil Kx am I iic Tliriu. You'll Iltiy ne Olhrr . ; - : 1U '. . HIOKSIAN WAGON CO., rAM'i'AiTimni : : (r- . 1 t f r tiik d .HICKMAN WAGONS, VARJIIBKS AND IHEItCHAKTs' NATIONAL To-TIorro- iv. 1 UU, 'vi 11 m, CAPITAL STOCK MM", la; -c bii a 3isC " 50,000. M ,L. Ark-anC-- n. d s DIBBCTOBS. II OUCIIASAN, J. J.G liONDiritAST. K. D II. TllnT.I.KKt.l. SSUW, J W. jea-coas- ALr.XNlKK, CA8U J A. TllOMfbO.S. CO,-00- 0 O "It.nUCItANAN. KON rrilJtnl; IIKK ?.W..l FPIOB J. J. KUVKKNUA TZ,S l.l, VItr-r- fI A..l-l.O..I.- P llO.SHl'tt ANT, Ul i J A.TIIOMr- - o ""'KERR A HANDLE," l - ..u,.,..,,,.. rt, - ......, 1 a.... e I Jit Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware,'&c jIFINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. OenuiiiP Soth Thuiuns Alarm Clocks for $1.00. 3 Doors Knst of Lnclcde Hotel, I1ICKMAN,;KV. B. T. TII.M1. I 11 :"""r,TZ,l Doxxtisrt. - W two-third- s o HICISMAIT 8. 1. Bartlett, Ktntpi.rH a. I'r.'!. C. 1. IKILIOUMI:, r. rn.'t. HIGKIrlAN, KENTUCKY. V:a.aHJLlMjlB4$l. Emm. :B.MMS. s S H C. JOIIXMDI. ...kit.. ANE, Fancy Groceries and Provisions, Paid Up Capital $50,000.00. .T.TYIiBK. 0. A. IIOMJOMHH. ,T. NAYLOH, V. II. RALTZER J. W. CO WO ILL, W. h. McOUTCIlKN. W. O. JOHNSON.. r.Miivinnn imiofitk 10,00a. Solicits your buslnpss. Wo ofTor tho most Llhornl Acconiniodation to our Customers Consistent with HHtublluhed DIRBOTOR r--: linnkiiii: rrinciiles. rr z n g pro-tectlv- e tltuo-honore- d THe Casti. Grace: J. t mlmmmmmmmmmmMimimmmmmWM York-tow- n Sep-tetno- hard-foug- Cash Book Store. For S.ilo by O. A. Holoomho. Cowgill & Oowcill nnd T. T. Swnyne ALEX. A. FARIS & WIIOtCni.E AND KIT41I. tlKAtF.II SON, IN A. F. OLIVER, Blacksmith and Undertaker HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. Km-plr- o d Pittsburg Coat of all trtJci, from Flrl Tool lo Slack. Gt A Til I A 1. when ,011 wan llluikxiiiltliing ilone, or repair In a iperlally WaRoinii &c. Ui)if-hoelii- g 1 dIko Utrei (nil lino of IVKMK West-trore- d I'rlees rung Ton, accorJInc 10 from $2.00 1o $1.00 grade. er Undertaker's nic Goods, rev-oiiu- o. Tlit qutlltr n( tbn Con I la n the iwii, thn dlliiirtnca In the aiie of tlio lump, ALBX. A. FARIS & SON. Common. Horewnnil, and Solid Black Wall nut I'olint mid U'MtH, which can he flttail up on liort notice, and at raonabU prii'e.i. mo a cull, tUC Shot1 neur the Jail. iSJatf.8fce'.!fen "Ateu, ' i k"' ami. w.i i ( w ? fcg Miwm-immh- i&fw&&s,? sHHfl wT?Wrt iSBRi WW . tP'.7 SShSBS k Wii "to, a ' 3ft m ;, . n?,A,f ;'.fs.y f&g&EZ 'VwmiyA WHw jt u K1 yWIIIWII 1IWIH HP VI LOCAL NEWS. "Johnnie get your gun I" Tho river U falling rapidly. fJiT Tiy Otxo.i Flake, nt flcycr'n. "Knst Kyiinu" nt City Hull lo night. Pretty girl limy lllco onion, but they LIMpii '.'mm vtwam. u.- -i "rwiEf.iwwrjiww MP.mumK., .12 Do You Know a lid Muller ICcvimed. t wwttl iiliuh hhi ilic Definition of FAIR PRICES? 4 nlways pair ut Racket. Fludley ltiimllo made a Ilvltitr trip to Jackson, Tctin., thii week. iiN)logo fur H. tW Towel, r to 115c In ii great ninny plarcrt it moan InMnr llipin. ferior good, but not everywhere. Hero McDamcih Dill Hearing it menu careful tliouubt: attention iflv- cu to tho htmtllcht detail, rlKht buying nml right ntoro management. Don't forutt llm Piitprtfiituiipiit bv If wo can wivo iiiompv in carrvitur on the Obion !ulli'goI)r.iuinllo Club ut Oily our biwinitw, cim't wo ullnrd, mid have-n- 't Hull (Olllght. wo tho right lo mnko low jricn? lot ltttllc Ctnlcii Feed jum rccclicd nt IIoi.wum;V. l'HKSH FHUIT3 re eclvrd lit Heyt r'n. Mr. Chan. (J. Sehlcnckerhiw return. ii from n visit to hi old homo in Ohio Hid OiiiiuiNHvtH ul Hoi.cojtm:'. A wom.iii h very apt to JikIko niioth its pmipcrity lijr tliu kind of hut alio v rum. Cunl ItccclviTH Uc. nt Itacket. IMiimondn ilit not hxik well on a illrtv MilrtUconi; that' tho renaou wo don't IW ccdnful Benson we have ever lied in tills doportment. Ilnve trim meil nud sent out moro Hntatbnn nny Bonooti since we'vo been In the Mllllnor.v btulncas. The rend-ola not hnrd to understand. Wo nro snowing n stock that is right upto-(lHtIn style, nnd tlio prices nre right for .von. Will you coino nml fee them T New tblnjio coin-in- s n S,X.t35 coutltiunlljr. Grocerv ELLISON'S Department Stores Department. Dig Everything usually kept in a first Sell Everything, grocery at and Sell 'em Cheap! prices. Ctt Z3 I class rock-botto- m it wasn't work, twns nothing lint play. Next morning, however, she'd n pain in her head, alio was played out nml slnjed In bed; whilo Iter mother hustled to the kitchen below, not to rlden wheel lint to mnko things "go." Though tho morning wns hot, nnd she worked by the lire, she didn't collapse, with n busted tire. Alaa for tho girl nud the woman SeeT Things nro not as they used to be. I Manil Mailer ou n summer nFghf, went on her dike in the bright moonlight. She pedaled from six to ten ou u trip that would fug thn strongest of men. lint her heart was light nnd her spirits gay, for I vis Z1C?5W1' Clothing Department. 83.50 Mens good Suits, woll-mado We Buy your Wheat, your Corn, Hay, Oats, Hardware. Tools of every de- How to Handle the Mar Loan. tM rnh i. nftrrwnnlrt. v. A follow rani tho raapberrle bp out ny picking mo ncvM (iiu ol liu loom Good Tilings DON'T ALWAYS Cunt lotx of Money. For liMtanrc. OUH lino of W Mill K Illicit. 9i!.M nn.l S.IMt Hhoeti nnd Oxford - nii seen Hhiw'a a. 10 I proof enough Hint 'VK bIvu tho best COUIltlTB T valno nt tho price. Homo nro oorry Hint llipy r i any return nu uii'lr llm liunniucu .. L0 cnriiienls. $5.00 hxcpllent nunllty, mado of good nmterlnl nud well fltllnjr. Bulls worth n i,'ooil dcul more money. $7.C0. nil wool ninch Olny Worst-eBulls, perfect fltlliic. Worth tlO.OOevory where. HOYS SUITS, from 7fio to 810. d Butter, Eggs and Produce generally, and scription. Harness and sWe Want Your Trade Wash GoodsX At this prfc there are some very pretty styles in Lawns, vyorth 5c. fie Lawns are very nice thlrgs. Styles pretty nod quality good. 7c Printed Dimities. There Is great variety of pattern and some very pretty effects. 10, 121, 15c. A very largo lino of Lawns, Jaconets, Batistes, Organdies, Organdy lluyo,&c '25 and 39c. The finest qualities of Imported Organdies, In n great variety of Patterns. 45a Silk Monssetlne De Sole, 30 inches wide. The prettiest nnd finest wash fabric this season. Worth 60c. 3Jc.' Yard wide, Co 1 Saddlery. We carry at lino of '1 11 - No syndicate Is wanted to linn dlo bonds which the government may issue to meet the expenses of a war wilh Hpnln or the expense of war preparations. When such n loan is offered, the offer should be made direct to the people; nnd win peopie wm respond eagerly. liosion L'osi. VltKE SILVER NOT K CUREA1X. llViMSMMr- mi i'T "311 3Jo Unbleached Domestic, &- - mIci. (ierwV. l'aducnli HeUitr. Suicide oi' Green Wilkins. Any iipw that ulnrlit up U For I'olilc forrppoii(lcncf. lomounccd u f.im by hU whoorv in ilic i'h.llllO llu uf 1'iliH Uos IMper, Tablets and Knvel-open- , The community was startled Monday Cobweb Fibrp by the anuonncemeut of tho snicidn ot tsr.MKliinp,' Si. Lonln Ilrrmi, to thefrom tho envy Initx'rial llnnd, nt Mr Orccn Wilkins, who lived about lite bent iii.mIc. nt V. V. GKYKIl'd. wiixis'k Hook SToitn. one mllo Last of Ciyce, thU county r Mr. J. T. l'lumiui-- hius mnvcd bin One of last week'n mrnt pleiuiant family in loun, to the itiddcucp former- evtnt wiw tho entertainment ut Hick-ma- It nppeiirs that Mr. 1. J. Oliver wiw ly ivuuplcd by IiIh lnollier. CoIIcko by the jiuplbi of MUs Deb Irwlug from hU homo to Cnyce, nud Try a Uuof PliIUdrlpliLt Olioo-iiliil- In Hurler' muIo rln. and MIm Xect.i noticed Iho Imdy of a mnu ou tho road-slilnnd upon cloier iusiHt'tlon that oovcnl MoUmou Uinily, for ItV, JohuMiu'i eltkcntion cl.ws. Tho Itprogram coimUted of rciidiupi, nud lot Instru- his head was blixvly, nnd that the Uxly nt Ocycr'H. uxer-cl- n mental and vocal nntir. Tho Mr. Green Wilkins, life not Tln IIHMl PApellxiXP foilUl.llll JK'II U rellccted much upon lnith w.ls that of IKlN'lter when it U out of 111 th.ill tile teachem nud puplLt. cntlit yet extinct. Help was obtained nnd pun. cliiMWwt l( thn unfortunate ono carried lo Oayce, Ou tho 'JWt day of Juno, next, thn In n tirottlind hU Ql. Drink CIiiiku As Hanbom' tmn-,,- Knllit of Honor will biivoreuclied tlio where ho Tlii-n- i la tin lnjst Vnrvwilfew or iwiim. (iliigi, ilin jtiiwi umMi, twwiitjr.iiriHAMiiitivMVMM-a- r r u i.irii., tlllllllteft. Inr Hie itetsl. niln RWiKT'tcd, However, tho yeam It Ii iu ixx'ii doliiir ror Iwenly-uiindications are that it was dcllhcntcd worj; of lirutliiTlineM nnd Teopln vbo (xxiil)iy tliu Uixcx lit I bo Itx iilnuned, nnd not accidental, Ihcjln drtM nji tut If they pxpeclcil Iri'iii'vuleiice. iiuriiui; the hick, burying nnd fact that Mr. Wilkin had that from day Iho tho dead, comforting tho widow, ciriug traded his vit) imy in uro iiinn. watch to Mr. Hruusfonl for tho (Lillian, dlHtributiiiK for thchc for nnd tho cartridges For l'Alnln, t)iU, VnniUhM mil noble object in thw JUS tliu huiu of in his nlstol,a pistol, by his side, showed fonud Jlriiiloo. of nil kind, ko to SVAYtf IS'Ji f;o.(MK),(X.O. that it had been snapped twice. Mr. urnu miirv. -- STIt AYKD-- A tnnll Hcrkuhiro how Wilkins wils :a or 10 years old. unmar Tbt Kiwi DUUfrt Fopnlbitii hap PiK, about 'J montlii old, hex la rye witil ried, livetl with his sister at tho old nlriMily iiillul ihpir comcution, which under one or Iivr nlioiilrtcrx, nud U un- - homestead, wns (jniet, peaceable, enjoy-(s- i will Ui bold ut 1'rlutH'lon, Muy J. miuked. Any Infonuatiou in repinl lo tho goxl will nnd resixs:! of every-lmd- r, pur will no for Ono bnrrul of round hoop wild oillco. to thankfully rccdvitlnt taking nud own 0110 over suspected bLs liis life. Ohio rlxer Snlt for "on, for tho IliU Tho (mind lodpo of Kentucky, I. O. .'ill ibo (.ni M. II. tin aw 'h. next O. F holiU forth at MayheM next witik Mrs. Harper'3 TIuh ho predicted nu rnrly npri:i nnd Odd Fellow h from three HtateH nro Millinery Opening was nu unprecedentlimn ntoiib)h(l nt Iho pn'pniiK to make that a mint enjoy- ed sneow, s.il(i lievoml her own expecTho MDwiou convent wuy it didn't p.iu ont uccordlliK to Ihcir able ocivisiou. tations, and tho concensus of opinion ou Tticmlny. tho SOlb iiint., and will bo was thnt her selection of risls bv far jrojilmy. atleiidetl by jiromlnent iiiemlpen of tho (xcellcd anything ever bronght to HickTho river continues to fall, nml b order iu IlliuoU, Tiumet' nud man. This was not only tho verdict of Well within ilNKiukx, Iho lUldn dried many lsitorx from the ladies but of tliu gentlemen as well. nnd n i.ff, nml fanniiiR brinkly coninicuc(d in other Sliited. She will bo compelled to tenlisent again tho tttniu. in a few weeks, nml, therefore, will Henry W. Hickman, Mr nml Mr. John Ford and llttlo CommU-nom- r of Missouri, wiw killed giro sjiecial bargains to redneo stock. (btiiKthcr, nml Mi(. Jil tlr.ilmtn, of Wednesday of Lint week, near Pnxico, At nil times von can llml high novelties lultoii, Mitel tlm fiimily of Mr. Olto Mo. Hu wai returning to hU homo in nud low prices at MIIS. IIAIH'KIt'S. llcrlwivk IhU week. n buKK". when a treo fell niwu him. JU.STKECKlVEn. Ck- - Tlio Writ futility of Kill Glove. Capt. Hickman wai well known in thin Hind, whito nud colorod, aLso Silk hcctinu, hnvitiK Ut'ii SheritT nf Obion Tho largest lot of Carpet Samples ever county, Tenn., for Miveral terms ; n brought to Hickman, all grades from UloviM und MlttH, run bo found nl Captain iu the Confederate army, nud the cheapest lo Iho Jlucst. I invito II. O. Axhkko. i'ldltllO filled many public place. everybody to call and seo them. Union City cltiruiM nm axain II. O. AMncmi. A ooon investment is to purrhnio u lop.1 iho 1. O. locntir their town. Ufiicnil M.iuiiKer Itiirrilinn h.w imttlo of Chamberlain's Ooui;li llemedy. IIAYNKsTuai) LICKXSE. S1S" It Is ovxl when yon llrst take n cold j it tho matter uiider :uliieiiuiit. Ih k""1 when your cold is heated nnd Mr. 1M. Mpypr, Iho iiimliir juwelur, U. S. Marshal LaRun dropped in ban moiol IiIm lit nek to Iho nloro room your luiipt uro sore. It is kikm! for any Monday, nnd carried off Sis. Haynes, on kind of ii cmwli ami is plenMint mid formerly oecnplul by Win. (Silver, ono e.wv to take. For halo by T. T. Swayno. n charge of selling whiskv, to P.ulucah, door eot of L. V fe W. S. KllU'jii'a. lo answer befnro tho Federal Court. Ko mnu, especially n iwmr man, Tho Court meets sometiino In May. Tho rolilji mid tlio blue-bln- l nro not Hays nu exchange, hhould enter wlitic The P.ulucah News of tho lDth iust. (he only blnbi that havo romo curly thU lul a i,uslnevs, as a railing by which ho ijio Aimricnti euclp Inn been i, , KIlJ )lis Hvcllhood. An nnlent In- - says : The queerest prisoner that DepipruiK. hennl from in eitry wttiun of tho tcnt Miould bo taken iu ixilitlcs by uty United States Marshal Lulluo has Union. eiery citircn. forixilitio Is lhob.isU of handled sinco hu began making his Ono lxHiud of CliiLMnt SiinlKini'K tho udmiiiUtratiou of ko eniiiient tho headquarters ut P.ulncah was brought Wiiuti will o im far nu two lxnimu of protection of life and property, tho levy- hero this morning from Hickmnu. The ing and collection of tnios, the processes cheap, Colfeo. of tho captive was Sis Hayucs. of the courts nud Iho legislation of city mime II. lTuCIIANAX, Sole ARCnt, Hickman, judging from tho mimlicr of statu nud national ntfuirs. Hut. as n arrests mado theru recently by federal Mnndial Dillon, Sumliiy, urntcd huslniMs, it is tho most uuprotltablo that ofllcers, Is filled with violators of tho two men by Iho iiiinio of Js'edy, on tho any man can enter. United States ruvcuun laws, but of all charm) of ut llardwull MAY KVKLYN, the sweet, bright, the alleged offenders Sis heads Is tho lot Tliey were cnn-lit- l Uick Ihero for uxnm a Si IxNititiful, lnntlou daufiliicr of Mr. iu color uud size. darlc Ifnynes nml very lnru. wimmii, ory unit Mrs. O. 0. Smith, died, Saturday A new "lover's alarm clock" strike Cemetery She anuouuctsl thLs morning that "Sis" was buried nt loudly nt 10 o'clock, nnd two little doom last, andiiflenuxui. Sho Ctly been hick was Iho only tiatno sho over owned exSunday had ihuiiik ruieal tho Ileum of u miiu in u but n short w hlle, uud her death all tho cept Ilaynw. "Sho was charged with drchwiiiK miwu, holding in hU hand n moro poignant Ircnuso oxpectnney had helling liquor without llceuso. Whllo curd benmiK tho wonln "(SihxI night." not schooled loving heart to tliu sacri- Couimissiouer Puryear was examining her at the custom honso sho iirodnced a Tw o car load of hewer pio lmvo fice. SymiMthy for thodevoUd pireut govcniinent lireuo. Thai killed tho H Impotent, but ih'cu received oy ino city, nml tliu worK rows it goes out Wini of common sor- case nnd Sis went free this nftemoou. lo them with tho lovo of Inylnir it on Clinton street U lo lw commeiiced at once. Tho lateral nlnen. that makes all good jntiplo kin, May PRIZES FOrfsCHOOfCHILDBEN. Aw,, will nrrivu in 'tinio for connect lonn tho benedict ions of the great Parent of nil bo their comfort. to bo mado. I will distribute, freo of charge, to OoITccn lire advnucluu. nud will school children, ou Sat unlay, April Slid, ktmU of nuildiuK Material go much limber. Yon can now buy 11 verv handsome 1'ICTOUIAL DKAW-INon iiuiiil. Lnmlpcr, IXkiw, Sash, UlindH, HOOKS, and will award a KIUST tin of Cha.su te SauUirn's PuititH, Oil, 1ockn, HitiKed, etc. Diwton Uotl'oo for S.00, giiaranteod and SKCOND I'WIZK for tho two neat11. O. Amiikuu. to Ik) tlio bost Collco that money cm est Drawing Hooks Idled out and return II. I1UCIIANAN, Solo Agent. ed on or liefore batunlay, May 7th. The State lloird has increased Iho buy. of Ohaso First Pri.o 1 tax assessment iu Fulton county 10 iior Tho Ouko Walk Tuesday night, ut & Sanborn's "Seal llraud" Coffee-- . cent on land and errioiialty, nnd no Ultv Hall, was tho mont eutlnuiantlcul. lri7e-Ou- e Second ihiuikI Can of Chaso on town lots. This appears to ns nvelvcd presentation of tliu 11 griuvous wrong, but wosuppoio there ly Walk and nil tliu p.irticlp.intHku.imoii, & Sanborn's "Seal llraud" Coffee. being tho II. liUOIIANAN. Is 110 help for it. o liberally applauded, from tho llrst The Obion College Dramatlo Club, lo Iho clono. Tho irriro ciko wiw A Ciml. of Troy, Tenn., will present tliolx'.in-- t awarded to Air. Fred Cn.su and ML-DriAii Coumuit : Will yon permit ns, if nl and highly MUisntinnal Drama, Mary Atwood, very closely contested "Kust Lyiiue," at City Hall by Mr. Will Hamllo und Ml MaK'l through vonr columns, to return our Don't miss it. lteserved nents 85c, at (loaldor, and tlio booby to Mr. John thanks and highest appreciation to tho Wilson's iKHik store. Htubbs uud Mr. (Jurhu. Tho bitter wiu public for their generous and liberal also eliely contested by Mm. One Throl-kel- d jutronngc, to tho selected Judges, to Mr dalloiiN Paint. Throughout It. 31, isler, 10 tlio orchestra, and to nud Mr. Kniorxon. Tho lnrgeot ami most comtiletu stool: tho occasion wiw liiRiiiy enjoyaiilu. Tlio each 0110 of tho young ladies and gen of I'alul, ViiiiiisliiM and HruslioH. Do Indies nf tlio lbiplL-i-t Uhurch, under tlemeu who participated in Iho Ciko wIiimu auspices It win given, realized a Walk, 0110 ami all for their kind help not buy until you get Iho prices at 111 tlio entertainment or Tuesday night nico huiu ii)','. 03. IIoi.oomiik's Ditua HiouK. Respectfully, last. Tho Literary Society held nu inter Tho Obion Collego Dr.imntio Club, Ladies Am Society. componed of some of (holiest people of esting meeting last Saturday evening. tho Uuptlst Church, our ueighlioriug town, Troy, willnrrlvo Two paMnt wero read and ilLscus.4(Ml, Iu tlio city today, nml will present tho tho NitbieelH iH'inir, "Tho Court l'lHits of Wo Buy oTfoFtliB Trust beautiful play, "I.'ast Lyiiue," nt Oily Clennmiy during the lWth uud llith und "The NellKiluugenlled." und seenro bargains iu Wall Papor. Secure heats ut once. Hall Tliu subject for the coining Saturday h Look at theso: Cant. II. A. Tvler has bonulit tho Lnther. I'rof. Wlttmau will Inlk of Kmbmsod Oilt, 20 and 25o Holt. Isler property on Troy avenue, and will I Luther, nnd short papers will bu read Ingrain, i.'0o Holt. build a line resilience 011 hiiiiio. Tho on Luther, rm (lilt, and !5o IJolt. reformer, 11 writer, a a pajr backs 10 aud 13'e. Lulkimg win ne 11e.it ly 11 lepnKluctiou preacher, nml a iniisiei.iu, White and 01 1111 nuo iiiiiuviiio resiiteiico ; ami will ' on Hie history 01 tne lieruxi. Holt (4S ft.) (Kpial 2 rolls. nie siK'io- bo for tho use and benellt of Mm. Tyler, ly holds its meet tugs nt I ho L'piscop.il New Stock, just received ut Wilson's R001: broitn. tsiuloror Junior whioh? Rectory, nt : ao, p. m. bu-l!1 n TIiIpvpi mado a raid nl Woodlund Mllli on TlmrKday nml Satnnbiy iiIkIiIh of laid w cpk. TliurMlay lilulit they entered JoluiMin ,fc Sanders' uud S.itnnl.iy iiIkIiI Iho Holiday piioery Ktorc. from which it Li Ihouulit llmr wonn oi ffoonn. vumeii on nooni utont ua inioitift'nit-- iw a jfirl Jiwt The llrst of tho xcaxnn nwcct. In forulur wildiii. I'ioiw trnwberri(, Mut to Iho Coi'lUUlt NOTIIINO but ninulo'H Cindy nold on the Jtuli, by tint live, culerprMiiiK Irultmau, D. W. Diekinson. If mmiio by tlpypr. widow- - or of our Tho tiullcntiuiw uro Ibnt tho Obion older youtiK ladloH rould tnsto thereof, rranmllo Club will bo urvctwl with it their eyed Mould bo foouvulon l'omomi full Iioiim liMilcht. lli.i. TCa- - IJidlfH Shirt WiiUt. with collar Diok Urown, n colored InoNlcKSfPr. only W til tiio It.icLi't. of IlicViiiim, wiih tried beforn CominU-nlone- r l'urjcnr ycKtcnlay nml Thv next linn of the Fulton circuit mml will (oiiwuo on thoilrxt Moil-dtty held to iiiisu trill iho next term of Fed-encourt torM'lliiiK liquor without i In ni it iiiiuitli. llceiu.0 Ho wan nrnwtiil nt Hiekmmi An'iiry for nil klmbi of rolorvd Tuewlny by Deputy Marshal Inline. ttS" ilriiK-Ntnr1 building. ljudi iiiiiroT('iiiont wo make came tu to wonder how wo t'cr gut along without it. mid CnH ISc tuid Yflt- - Cnuh 11.1 sou at tackct. olily paii wnlV n fnrnittiro l"nnts wero IS.50, now 1.75, nt IllIt! Ituokt t. CASH 8II0K Man U luniliMif dut alniiKCiimoH Hip MiiKon (ii lalo nml liLi mum -- The Y W O T U Medal Conlcht U mud. win held Thmxliiy oioniiiK. April 21nt. OKYKK lms inouil into Hip llnckiier A full ibsctiptlon m.iy bu lookinl for in IA. RICE c NAYLOR'S 8toi:i;. Carpet Department. 2nd Floor. A great big slock nnd plenty of room (a show them. Prices start nt Uoo nud on on. We are showing n large nssort incut of new patterns In Carpels, Mailings, Lin coleums, Moquolte and Sniyr-tiIttige. Carpet paper. L'.'n Cloth Sluides, Curtniu Poles, complete, 2oo Oil-clot- jo Quality. Dressed Lumber, Doors, Window Blinds and Sash, Lime, Cement, and Bleached Domestic, Yard wide, 8o grade. 3Jo Fancy Dress Prints. 10c Bine nnd Whito Cottonade. 73o All Linen Crash. lOo "The cotnass nf nl tlm all Mr In the world woaM acoompih no ZZS (good while oximaatlro luxation is eating away tlio life of the conn It in taxation t (try day and nlgbf. wheels of in 35 that is stopping the dustry, keeping men ont of em ployment, forcing up tho prices of manufactures, building up a moneyed urintocracy, and tearing down the pillows of the republic. - J l, mat W(1'k )UJHT. Theso Four- - "Faith, Hope, Charity" and Lore. nr.h n Pure Linen Towels, good size. Kendv-mnd- ijt Building Material. Cooking Stoves Wo $5.00 and upwards. carry a lnrge Block of li. Kood-lookii- 1 1 LAOE CURTAINS. We shown large line of these, in white und I'crn, prices from fiOo to rM. Dotted nnd figured Curtniu Swiss, Scrim, Drapery Knbrics. 15a 42x30. 55o llendy-madc Bleached Pillow Cases, best quality Cotton, e Blenched Sheets. largo size, 81x00. Stoves of every description. -- 3 nfli-nioo- -- imuuiMuuuii -- ISON SB3-L1j Fs. A LESSOX TO llhtitric (IIoUk. 1jw 'fc'H I L V" 4 I H M N IW L flaiBiBiBla-A- i? aW fHAT VOUCAN REpr UPON. ii j tgaK-LV- HbVbHbCs fcl "iVf H yivJ ni stdmttml 1 1 1 H Concreasmen nre now well in formed 'rrs to the strength nnd That COWGILL & COWG1LL keep a weakness of our navy. Find we been ns fully prepnred ns other Full Liuo of nnvnl powers nlwnys nre, nil tho excitement ns to the war with Spain might hnvs been prevented. Congressmen know bow tho pres- Don't Forget L'UXCltESSMEX. Cpwi th col I l.rM.I of llm rrorl, rltcr, Mr IiiikI. irlT lachwk lh lr.m In III (lav. While aronnJ me I polnl.d qnltrr, Atvl fctl the farr tlirli ifm; pilllri. (o. Along In my Jonrny (hired ml of nncrp, litis brckontil ni on In Mf' lrnMM lli.l injr li.arl I, alrriiclhril I Hi. facrt, of r.llh, llojx ini ( l.rltjr In W.ntlfal nrrajr. Cunifl, - Kullh, In Kurmrnta nf white, hrousht m- k lilt.,.hijr I nml eery hour, Hut now her we,'t pre.en.M. fudes Iron, ,1hl, An. me In .(tle the tnmy'f power. Site h. pone, tteur Tnllh, Iter work ! now ended; lint Je.u, me ottr, will Atd lloii of glory In Ilenlh will lie Llendeil, Mlh lltejujr end the pln of "going before. O.y Hope my one oter the rongU tlllowi, Adrancte to bid 109 long ftdie. Sliebrn.liei my tear, a, they h on my pillow, Aud vhlrpere "In fruition I ft le frem lw." Oh, I mut etrlf e to enter the city. Atone la my aorrow, .erert of my friend,. Hut, no. Dear Lo,e, hert fall of .lly, Sprakl low of I. r mll.loil that nerr .mil. Aerma Ihe low Talley we'll walk aide by .Ida; She will cheer my heart wilh her preeenre aweet Acroaa the deep waleramy iKmt .he wilt guide. And we'll en-e- r the Cliy my dearonrt te meet. Oh, Love, (hire.t eitracl of find In hi. Iieonty, hprrad Charttya mantle o'er ft ephere 1 will reap my reward. When true to ner duty; Aud eujoy the blraalug uf a Iaradl,e there. ELLA DEALTY McUEIIEF. Cayce, Ky. Iiir j, Qt't lli .lr nj Slor orrr 1 ! lr br m n CHILL TONICS AND L. POWELL 1 I COVCait NYRUI'M! I - ...Alvfay I ii BEAUTY - . o IsnVit UtSffm To sit ou a shady piazza iu a cool and comfortable big e.isy chair ono of these ou.IInml Alim. - Isn't Everything...... Iu either Women, Horses or HaruehR, In tho latter, strength, dnra- bilily and general excellence of material nnd worknimwhip are jrrime reqnLsites. All of theho requisites are to bo fonud. in the harncM voaro selling qualities that will build no a business for us lu Harness. Our buggies aro equally In bennty and flulsh they cannot bo surpassed nnywhere. With two ware rooms full wo tiro nblo to show a varied nssortment of vehicles. Top Hoggins begin nt $tfi.0O, and s at 28.IH) ; good wheels oa the cheapest to the befit. Buggy, HICKMAN'S Plow nud STORE I Machinery SANDLUS & REEVES, Props. HAS OPENED A ent eitnntion has gained In gravity from week to week Bnd from month and month, nnd lliev mast know that If we bad had in the beginning! a nnvy commensurate In Weil Hlckmnn, n nVa that tha Vub. t with onr position nn a nation, the lis Klie Mm e. eall. Unr gola . t mil MtmllftUflUKuaBlnkiulA ian I OooJt iltllttred free. '"" "w-Telepho- ne mM.w'll.ann'H,w.Qnaw1liV not nare fed lo war. Chicago la Grocery Store No. 98. ter-Ocea- Jcr5 Mi? I Plows, Hoes, Hakes, And everything n Farmer needs to make his crop, wero never cheaper than these prices: SI.75 Chairs of Ours, for instance. Just as convenient nud comfortable in doors as out always serviceable aud cool. Yon might drop in nnd look them over if you're dowu this way. LADIES OAK KOUM.ua from l0c np. GENTS largo Scroll Arm ROCKERS '. "Tl- I - 'Ii"rIrli.V vwrXCJ XalflBP9iHpiHHtVP V i "NAME ON EVERY PIECE." Singlo Plows Doublo Shovels Star Chilled No. 10 Star Chilled No. 20 Steel Breaking Plows, SC.00 6 50 G75 2 00 2.00 Ken-luck- y jn-i- road-wagon- LOWNEYS Chocolate Bonbons. FOR SALE BY from $1.75 up. Nico Oak, Cane Scat Diuiug Chairs, 4.75 ucr set. LEDFORD & ROGERS. STEPHENS Iow-Krad- o lioiue-tirciiklii- When vou think of hnvlug your lifo Ollle Nizotl Up. insured iho llrbt question should bo, "Is it safe?" Tho Mutual Lifo of New From SturgLs Oululon. York belug tho largest nud strongest of all financial institutions, with Assets Hon. Ollie James, the Young ,uoo,wo.w, h,uuo,uuu.uu, surplus Mon of Crittenden, is giving Conyon will very naturally select that comgressman Wheeler a close run for pany as tho safest. Upon asking tho second question, "Is his political life in the Gibraltar the contract n good onof" yon will find District. Ho is n born politician, that tho Mutual Life Issues every deslr orator nnd lawyer, nnd is ono of nblo form of Life and Endowment In. trie most prominent of the youngsurance. Investment Honds aud Annnl- - er Democrats of tho nation. Bv ties, and it will bo nu easy matter fori you to get 11 contract especially adapted any rulo Ollie is n 'grent big" to your inclinations auct circumstances. Kenlnoktan, with n heart in proIu reply to your third question, "Is it portion to bis balk and brain. cheap." Tlio Mutual Life bclugapnrc-lmutual company furnishes Iusuratico STILL THEY COME. to its members nt the exact cost, and von will llml upon investigation that 's years of this during tho flfty-flvThe statistics show that the tide existence, it has been so expel, lently mnnnged, thnt tho average cost of Italian and Sclav immigration to momliers of each $1,000 Insurance to thLi country continues ns heavy v o Com-paiiv- Are You Insured? & SMITH. COWGILL & COWGILL, llllUGGIHTH. NOTICI? ! All parties knowing themselves indebted to the firm of Sanders & Rico will please come forward nnd settlo at once, ns wo wish lo closo up tho lato Rich & Nayloii, firm's business. Successors to Sanders & Rico. NO M. B. Shaw, Hardware, Queensware, AND l'OOR MAX NEtl) APPLY. Crittenden Press.) no-nr- o X- I women iu nny amount from $1,000 to np. iho country would have been 11,000,000, nt rates aecnrdiug to age nud staggered had it been told a de plan, ranging from tlO.OO to $900.00 per cade ngo that the nnmber of Itnl f l.ooo.oo. uon't wait 'ttll you get sictr. rencinng tlie United Stales but if vou are now in good health, and havo no insurance consult with K. it wouiu ever exceed the Irish or Llllson nliout It, or if you havo a litttofGermuiia, and yet they nre now ver. nnd thnt iIL'.,"i"LJ?.I"7!.M Immigration Brethe old sources rnpldly drying hoiii men and fbf taw"iMinpany " I - - iumtuvh 'ns . .iiniuiT, i 'i ' u. I&.: fiUn-ou- it en-tre- Pj"t "even months there If you should havonnfortunatelyiolued,"f'uo some assessment Society, or other so- - nmveil 10,059 Irish nnd 10,103 culled cheap insurance concern, and uerman Immigrants the two havosiuco found It to bo a delusion ami races keeping of late years nuito a suans iw thoy all are, and if it U iiotln eqnB po,)t of Mumuorfl (l wi 111 J V lini Jl'll vantage to coiLsult K. R. KULson alont ngalust 23,230 Italians. It. Wk wlsli travelers could realiro tho E. R. KULson is tho Special Agent for tho Mutual Life Insurance Company, of iinportanco of having wilh them a Iwt-tl- o of Ohamliorlaiu's Colic, Cholera and New York, at Hickman, Ky. Diarrhoea Remedy. Change of water and diet froqnentlv produces diarrhoea, which c:ui Ihi iinlckly cured with tills remedy. For salo by T. T. Swa ne. Bnean or th0 lwo comi,ioecI. Dnt ,v 11 OiCwSeScxTTtooms A? Coffee 500 con-turiw- t. 11 nl-.- lo 1 JOBM H. BUCHANAN, VJuWctsW) Tlio Oallownv Times wants a enrfew law In Murray. It says: "Tho towns nil 'round ns, nnd in fact, throughout the Btnte aud other States, nre Inaugurating the curfew law, and it is decided that it in very bonollclnl to tho boys, nnd If it boueilts others why not ourst Now, wo are not Inclined to mistreat our boys or misrepresent thorn, but it Is n fact that some of tliem are very bad, nud can bemndo no better by nllowing them to run whore they please any tlino at night. Hormj parents do rk tccvtcA not pretend to keep tftem nt home; rVovldr others try and fail, nnd It is tho LS5 duty of tho council to assist those who onti't, nud mnko thoso who Solo Agent. won't." Tho resolution adopted by the Congressional District Committee requiring tho candidates to pay the expenses of the primary election is somewhat new In this and when it is taken in connection with Iho fact that It was adopted nt the Instance of a gentleman who stated that lu bis county the nfQoers of the election bnd to be paid, it cau readily be soen that no poor man need apply. If the officers must bo paid In one county, then why not In nil In tho District there nre thirteen counties, nnd, according to the committee's plan, it will cost on nn nvcrngo 100 per county, or u to. tnl oi f13no. This ndded to the other expenses, such us ptiutlng, renting rooms nud preparing ballot boxes, would run the ntnount easily up to $1,500. Now, this ntnount might not bo much for n rich mnu, but it is not Democratic to shut the doors of n primary against tho poor, nud this is just what this resolution does. you are eligible to bo voted for at an old fashion Democratic primary, yon must pny a big (eo. Such a thing wns never done bo foro in this District. Dis-tric- t, T He-for- ...Groceries... bjc Free Delivery. . FIRS!!? CAR JUST RECEIFED f WJT BVjtBfBjfBajBaaeSaeW- - e ALL OTHKR GOODS AS CHEAP AS Til K CHEAPEST J 3L. TiLcT A.XTITT . n Ever Made by a- - AN0TIIKK MAR TAX. I The BEST OFFER iK OS Newspaper! With its other Ills war nlwnys brings more taxes. The Republiwill this week can Committee, bring in n bill to produce moro than a hundred million dollars ad ditional revomie. This tax is to bo placed on beer, tobnooo, cigtrs, sugar, ooricc, una nnnk-- ouroKs. LARGE IM0ES EVKRV WEKK FOll ONLY jH C0 4pJLWW. Honds to tho amount of 500,- 000,000 will be Issued, an J this ar may be merely n beginning is mighty costly to tho people, but they say we must havo It. Th eemi.wokly ricp'ibllc. thn best (onrral newppir printed In Ilia tori I, oanUinlK ill ill' news in right 1'iigns lwlct--we- k, anil The I!e nhllo ono year for $1.50. Model Th Iteimlillo Siui'ldy .Muftuliio wa. Hie newaptprr tueceM of loiii. A home journal of the Iteat china, IS large every week, A pag'K n bio, 1 1 pagtH of the lirifbteit s'al lietl reaJing prlulfd. Il conlnlna ninru Llgb-el- atiempletl In sny olhnr puhlionlioa. plcturo anil curlooin thin wero lor uileJ wrllem uj artist, contribute lo Tlio Republic Magazine limits ojr other Wettera publleiiion. Tho Midline will he old only In connection wilh the tmi-wto- kl bill i uilletl teparaUly esh week. Addreit ill ordr to Mnn p(a eer '1'iir. ui:ri;i:s.sr, nt. j,ouis, jio ,f- -f ,. I y J."". 13"'"" if. 1 GROWTH OP A GREAT MAN. CAUSE OP DYSPEPSIA. bnton, with organ pipe, with trumpet, greater palaces, but 1 do not think THE nil Ivory nnd thert Is niiytme ntorccUrloitst.v wrought witli cornetopiston,wHh Ills Bti by rllt-i- t tiet MoltI'm mlWuy from braren nnd silver ntul golden weapons thtilt the iiumnii ear. The lleaven (it Latter Opfnd' l.at Wfrli Iicr or rrotn (lid Hepubllran, Bcranton, I's. nltd n Olisc urll- royal theater and en Heavens ('aunot eontalil Him, and ye Dr. Talmngo Says Its Construction of the orchestra, Munchniclti Colonlnl Soclrlr. iif ilyiprhsl.t !i Lick of A III lie lit rnsltlnn. o pi unity caue I e III) says lie finds room in dwell it! At the February rntetlnu of tho tlictlrnl nnd academy nf mtisle the is Most Wondorful. , .ibsence of nerve (orCe; the loiA itt the Colonial Society of Massucluiscttn, held for the Contest fdr Uu ear. I.n cdiltrlto Heart, and I think In a Chrii of tin' hfeainlalnlnH bt the blood. ,'iliB m.itrwlio lisd come to Washington thin enr. glaudatitl l.'gypl fotigitt ftlr the supremIn the hall of the American Academy of s .iigsti can properly perform It func alter ail nltlcr niit tulkllt! 0Vr uld time it Slioulil tie Kr' Away from Mnrul acy of tin? hiiOit Oanal, and the Hpitr Wc have Wen iiloklnir fdr (Iod Id iii, It n ulieti tlio source of nutriment Iaii. with Col. Stilts ell. ArU and Sciences, nt Iloston, the memi Souiiil tll' l'r Alnnr llowcit robbed of the iiauHxlin tlie stomach.! "Ui joii teiuemhcr Mt. OowalisI alktd tans it mt the l'ersluils fought for the inflnlle let lis look for lllm in the in- bers of the nsioclation were entertained Dawn lo llrnr the I'rujcr thi'llsltoN (Iod walking the cdrrldur ,. .,t dfiiMiiilnl tty nsttite, liiusl luitl'slmiil. iteflli' nt Thermopylae, but the hy tho rending, of a letter that was 124 uiiintiir.il kc nrc generated: the , "Putlerkl.tr well, I'riilldil. if Id ieilll the coloiieli pullcckly. cinnsof nil ages hae fought fur the inns of the car, (Iod sitting Iu the gallery of .utm ri'tml to tnc mucoid. 3 cars old. Tho seal being broken for of the lie nellled In )out cilr. JiJ lie Human ear, (Iod speaking along the the tu.irticdl illustration "I tcrv of tin' auditory ennal and the tho first time. The letter was written t he i In the following discourse l!v T. of the IhiuiOrlnl sunt mid the Ther- auditory nerve of the ear, (iod dwell .in t.'iturc of dtspepsi,! kc, furnished by St., imtf" by Henry I'ellmm to Kllbn Hall at MO Hickory T. Vniid . "Yes, suli." Im it tlOH'IM l)o WlttTalinngi calls nttentlon to the mopylae of struggling endenceS. In the ear to hear that which comes ing Snlcm, Mass., reminding hi m of his slid niton, I l.i. "lie didn't seem to have a Rrenl de.il ol nf Tor the conquest Of Uie ear Haydn from the outside nnd so near the brain sii, i.. mir ln More. .Mr itmlMiO mih: amhitiiiii wlien I knew hliri." den departure from Iloston, on his way goodness nnd wisdomear, Hod in the ' I music struggled on up from tho garret where and the soul he can hear nil that trans enr lit' nf theago I vn alllalnl with a Jinluc heir's wheie Jim show ynnrsMf n (orc to England, without having paid for the construction of tho six best. Tlefore I neviuli saw ate rhetMou'l thousand of people suffering and lotaken, the ulcerthewcie bottle hif of human nature, suit, Momvii, text Is The healed, the polsonlnr who hve almost been portrait of himself which 1'clhatn had nnd encourages prayer. Ills the ear, he had neither tire nor food, on nun on pires there.under Lord of hosts en- - i. Mewan very nggravnt. li n man prt nloiii fastuli In our coninulitit', lt and the curtains of mem until under the too great nervous strain encamping leeaateil themttlves iu buying medicine skin sound It hd nMtital, and my Ihealth This letter had been sent tin I'siilms 41: 0: "Ho tlitit plnntctli painted. I had no nppetite, bet for years, than . lute luiiiwhlih Ihey harr obtained nom-help. beltetwell ever since. u I had rather have of hearing his own oratorio of the brane, rnlacu of the Almighty In the "i'eilinpsldid hliiinn itiJiMtice." m been not enjoy ni.wclf at dcr corcr to another correspondent, shall ho not hour'." of thu most Tliere ale tnoitsanu ot um.i. .nu -, ami one bottle of Ur. Aver' 3itspiltlit than Architecture Is lino laprlll "Creation" performed, ho wns carried human ear. Tho rider ou the white n tune. Slid .penally "You undoubtedly did, suli. W liy, befo be- last hve tiled Ur. Aye'r Out of these three ol sny other kind." nnd was never delhered, probably hellu-found - tin l,r had tsx'ii there three wieka he had pit trouble ccrr arts and the study of l.gypt-In- out to die, but leaving ns his legacy to horse of the Apocalypse thrusting his ;.;kl.. perfect r Tvtsr. ol f'nalevale. causa Mr. Hall had already left our ir. a. tc be ,, major; in less limn i miuiths he (IrveliiUi Etruscan, lioiuiin, llycin the world 118 symphonies 1011 pieces for foot into tho loop of hone which the i,. ii I n oke in tlicinoriiDak, relate the lollowlnrPeileiicl This I but one example of the remedial N. shores. wns known aa 'colonel,' and when I left a I itui not Know wnst n tints, Moorish, lienulssmico styles of 42 physiologist has been pleased to call Ur "About two yer ao, I nursed a ldy value of blootl Aver' riispttll no In all miil r.s. Illlf it This letter was one of n number of building has bocii to many u man n the baritone, 1.1 masses, 5 oratorios (rent inaiij people were alludtu' tu him as disease. Theie Is other finally died! flum form ol who wssuflerlnr(nJ (icrninn and Italian songs 819 canons the stirrup of tin' enr penilly norse, nml Vrnantl.' un. family papers once belonging to tho sublime blootl polsaninir. I mint hate contracted blood medicine that cures so promptly, Lincoln nnd York 8(13 Kngllsh and Scotch stings with in "Still, t protc that ho lutae Aro yoil ready ittiw for the nilcst ou I i, i. iu runttant im-.for shortly attet her so surelv and sothoiougtilv. Alter ncaify the disease Imm heri IVIlinms and Ilromflelds, nnd was con- cathedrals, St. Paul's and St. l'ctcr's, is and trial coiiitilnhetl filiJtliiliB lirattleal," illed in mv family l,.v;(J page of libretof lily tevt'.' Ilavi'you the endurance deith. t had four large sole ot tileets. hall a r'rntuiy nf test the world It for the tt stsnilstil medicine tributed by Dcrason Jtogcrs Slade, who and Arch of Titus, and Thelmii Tem- cotupaiiiinrnt, and out "Ihili'l mistake, miIii don't linnitiiie that in, mid lie (lis brek time,on my person. I doctored lor a diseases nf the blood.of Holes, ulcers, bolls, ti. All that lo eapluro the gate of the til bcitr Its overwhelming suggestivc-tiess- ? In - - lite case Ancnt.irrliJ application both by external, A iimii he has itaslnl In tippottilnitus, tone broke the seal. Among the new facts ple, and Alhniubrii and I'lirthcilon are bodv UtnlsW ings In f rout the tympanum medicines, bal. In letter, rheumatism, scrolul and every Will you tnkd hold of someplllnr ,,t and with various blood do, nil jnlint at oiiec, soli. lninich. He nreeahnot niliiele if brought out by these papers are tho the monuments to the genius of those to the sore would olhrrbtoddltee Is curable by Ur. Ajrei's tplteof all that J could I dtdtt I tell I fnr me and "snail shell" lying on the nnd balance yourself under thu semi- had rise was ursdiml, Iml ur. hrsptill, The success of Oils remedy not Ileal, They wete obstinate, very paindoto of tho death of Airs. 1'cter I'd who built them. Hut runro Wonderful of t.li ocean of the immortal soul. Im Mlnfru. ynti what liipcne.l t hint afluh I left the tllO omnipotent stroke'.' "Ho that planted l. k' ..Miinlinn ltlti.,1 I uuoiltlr, nd only uttlng worse all iacau,ea liisny imustions in i.r i'ui on ful, of John Singleton than nny arch the.V ever lifted) ur any by step he made hi war, uhi medicine, liut ft ill the city Mep ham, tho mother nearly all the Ibe marktt Imitation temedle wotk ',, Ik. tl.rt. tl f.l t nurehssr.t six To conquer the ear, Handel struggled the ear, shall he not hear?" Shall cures The universal testimony Is o litcaine wote, and i leu mat ray from major to isilonrl and fnim mlntirl to of iir.Ay'Ssaparlll, thinking! would I Copley, nnd tho fact that Henry lcl transept window thoy Over Illumined, on from the time when his father would Ood who gives us the apparatus the tr . ... with a urn was hniielrss. I tried scveiul rem-- i ftcnei.il, and still imwatd and upnml, until m. ...........-- . list one bottle llr Ayer's hsrsapstllla live ii ....uiiirmijiiI ..I., Il.ln.a Ilia Hr.l Is worth three olntany other kind " If ton ham, his half brother, was established or uny Corinthian column they ever not let him go to school lest he learn which we hour the sounds of the world, U.M1 t.lfii. noticed decided Im i ne interettrit Iu knowing mole shout (hi - icrnmmcmlei! bv my friends but Willi now, suli, lie has put ti) le n real provement in my cen,fl h'althi niy as a portrait painter in Ilostpn as cnrly crowned, or any Gothic cloister they the gamut and become a musician, and Himself not lie able to catch up song, with eonis'iiati(in atnoiilitinn to at iirfit. After find been u(TeruiRcv-iniitli"- . was nulckened. and I felt betler remedy get Ur A)r's Cutebook. a sloty 'Ilinmai Cninpliell. also a rel-- i lent tW I'er niinuin, suli." Washington us 1774. Is Ihr ever elaborated Is tho human car. allow oil in nnd groan nnd blasphemy and worship1 stronger th.n I had tor some I me of cures loldbythe I,cured It Co tenl free from the time when he was C. Ayer try Dr. Wil- Klar. Lowell, thl eilt. utijcd I ""J1 "'J on reuuest hy Mr. Slade expressed the opinion that While using Ibe second tJlle. Among the most skillful nnd assidu- the orgnn loft just to piny after the Oik's no give u n facility which lit li, '(Pink Tills fur )'.ile tnc to People. Mss. write for It. sotes hd begun lo that the tome of tho canvases which hnvc here- ous physiologists of our time hnve been audience had left, to the tlntn when lie ban not Himself.' llfs. Wild nnd (! Siislnln Hie foot-Hit- s tii finally prisusilril me to bur n box Supreme 'iittl-- l "t Trnite-initftofore been regarded ns late Smlbcrts those who have given their tlnio to tho left tu all nations hisunparulliileil ora- her and Toyntiee Invented tho neon- in i I tirjjau to uv the pills nictiril!ti? td FROM HER VIEW. or early Copleys were in reality the examination of the car nnd the study torios of "Kstber," "Deborah" "Sam- meter and other instruments by which In 1lion, ltefore I Iml takru the tceond Justice ImiikIiIiii, in tiiprelne Court, llufrelieved, and taking lain, his jul otuejni a srnuneiu injuiic-tinn- , work of Henry Pclhnm. of its arches, Its w alls, Its floor, its son," ".lephtbnh," ".Indus Maccabeus" to measure and examine the car, mid U few liegan to feel I consideredsftcr boxes. mvelf re- Willi costs, nnd a full iicroimtini ol canals, Its aqueducts. Us galleries. Its "Israel in Kgypt," und "The Messiah," do these instruments know inurj drrcd mire to health. The pills nave me new to issue iiKMiist Paul 11. lludsou, the A. l.artr I'nasenurr Cant a Very laDANCES IN COURT IN TIGHTS, Intricacies, Its convolution. Its divine the soul of the great Herman composer than tho doctors v. ho uindo thcm' life, strrnsth, ambition nnd bnpin(.'' Go to your grocer to-dinaniilaelurer nf the fnol powdi'rMllcd"l)r. trreatrrtl. About Mrret. 1MU cure djlepsli l.'tirkV 1'ont and also aaainst a le yet. l,a Bell Fried Xh Win Her Ca.e n:hWry, nndycnr-- It will tnkc nn still weeping In the Dead .March of our "Ho that planted tlio ear, slullJ Ur r nr. wiiiiams' lit. lilntMl tlie ny rentorimr (n rinis rtlll- I'sr i:il.ille. lad ilralrr of llnHiktyii, rrstntlnliii thrm i Ix'foro tho world tliousnnct aa-- f Her oilier grcnt obsequies anil triumphing in tile not henr?" Jupiter of Credo y'a Hitucnts of life, by rrnrnina the nerve foree I nun m.ikinn f'L selliiu; , I. Kor the first (Imo In history n girl comes to any iiilcqnnlo iipproelatlon of raptures of every Knster morn. 1H tl... .l...t..A.. represented in stntumy u"'l and pnnhlins the stnitLicli to promptly, and I'.....!... ..I.... nr Im A the Dr. Claik's 1'iwt .l A man staiidinit nn the lack plat farm ol .... , ....ui, , ill tiiw u.,i,n.ii won Iicr case In a Massachusetts court what Hod illil when lie planned and To conquer the ear nnd tnke this gale painting lis without ears, sufifcstit'g pmpcf ly nuimilate the fond. These pills are nf the limit, an Imitation and Infriiiitrtiirnt an cast Imimd l.iuhd car wa much amllsiJ having tlirlr otiftl of "piMit IUs-be iiiuldn t help over the Milit In shake ilitn by a executed the infinite nnd overmaster of the Immortal soul, Schubert com- the idea that he did not wAnt to '! a spciifle for all dlsisisesblood tho other day by a dance In tights. betweeit two well drrsl women. impoverished or dlsonlerpd eiir shoe, noiv fi Imgelv AiH trl tsesl and Certain liostonlnns had fell that a ing architecture nf the human ear, posed his great "Scrennde." writing Isithered with the nfTiiirs of f'.ie wor 1. nation inThey contain eveiy element rtspii-sit- Mkl alloter theeountr). Allen H Olmstnl, hslHliC six ft'elmk and, of course, thrtarwai It was nerves. dancing exhibition In a western resort Tho most of it is Invisible nnd the the staves of the music on the bill of Hut our Uod has enrs "Ills enrs me to Kcner.il nutrition, to restore strength nf I liny, 'Ihfie were several ladies on the Y , I the owner of the trade- trottiieil. wns scandalous and Invited the nld of microscope breaks down thu attempt fure In a restaurant, and went on until open to their cry." Tho lllble liitlini- u- to the weak, good health to the aihru. mark 'Tout lie," and lie is the brst indl plat f.nn and the two who talked were cloae vidiial who ever adiertixsl a font iMimler to Hie iinnluiitary listener. the Watch nnd Ward society to close It nt exploration. The cartilage which he could leave ns a legacy to the world Hint two workmen ou nlgn id os "Dreadful, Isn't it, out licfaf exteiishely oier the country. He will rend a blip's I.nlMir Lost. irp. A raid wits made nnd Ln Ilellc we call the car Is only the storm door over it thousand magnificent compos- do not get their wages Their cm ' It takes the place of cofladv wntm iiim of the great temple clear down out of itions in musk. To conquer the enrantl plaint Instantly strikes the ear of couchec-couche- e Uc looknl Into iicr e4 soulfully, hut she sainphheTree, to anion-wh- this rase uphold for canyon Vrieda nnd Phil Pamberg, the "Ye," Mid the other, but what home at ilecisinii in it. 'I hi fee at i the cost. seemed totally r.l.hs in of It. sight, next door to the immortal soul. take this gate of the soul's eristic, MoI m dreadfully ashamed In go of those that reaped hath dancers, were arrested. When trademark and hulile do Wtf Iiav. nit There was admiration and lore In hit wh fraudulently lenders all (vartles hi the fl.id ..... nf 1.m ll..h,..ll Such scientists us lluliuholtx and zart struggled on through poverty unittnni.t lo tirofll tlie enrs of the Lord of arraigned In court before Judge I'.ly pjf Made from pure grains it glance, but she did not heed it. I detlare hiisiHes on these car it t'K "IVsit IUe" Did (iod hear that lwior g l There was a passion ami rapturous lowing ""itensiie the market a adiertisiliz. In pi is bad. dust see nil those men taiid'iiii ".' 7- their counsel proposed ns n defense a Conte nnd Do lilaluvillu and Hank and til he came to n pauper's grave, and In,, umhi js nourish ing nnu health- iurmn and nmdir one chilly, wet afternoon the body of last night as she threw herself on t e in It, but it did nd alTrtt her. correct exhibition of the couchee-couche- e lluek have attempted to walk the appcann- - prrMratiiii. lalwli-i- l sihI (sit up in the ear and all thr women ittuir down j VI ii.t The fait of the matter was that Ik wj Way of the human ear. but the him who gave to the world the I hey sImhisi me asiiametl ni tiieinseite prison bunk In the city dungeon nud in enveloe aiHl boxes like Font nnd the judge adjourned court Smi rvrd and she did ml nnd the mysterious pathway has never been Symphony" cried in tho midnight: "liod hne rnwi all intended for her orknow hether it liar soils wilt lo bmujcht ssin-- t Kr who wumni, I mean. I'm glad that mne of the nt hers to the lobby to witness it. the prl on the waa ?! l.Ullhtrif fully ate jiem iitfiiii,ini- - on the Toot liise trade men don't get up, 'Ihey ene the women rrv Aspiiiiiiui-a- rmesrtttMToaOltAW-O- . Do you really think other lidc of the room. Cli tea tro Post. Frieda retired to a Juryroom nnd put foot oftrodden, but by two feetthe was crunched in onu the top of two mercy'.'" foolish lsuit surh jti.t right. .Men are CA""-- , mark and rommnn law rijhts. Ood. other paupers into grave which to could hear her'.' Vcs just as easily ns sound and the foot of Of thing I mean giving up their seat. on her tights and then appeared and Is c pitnphlcss. this day nine gentlemen out nf every ten wd' when 15 )earsngo she wns sick wrh Apprret-itl- t e, danced. Ills honor followed her every Three ears on each sldo of the head tinle Into Your shoes I netrr want to artrpt For the ear everything inellliluous. scarlet feier, nnd her mother hen-offer a powder for the feet. Allen's Kant "What a leaiitiful sperimen of Inlaying!" one. their seats, hut ritht In movement closely from start to finish. the external car, the middle car, the We hate nn riie. i such internal ear, but nil connected by most from tho birth hour when our earth her when at midnight sliu asked fur a it cures painiui, stvuuen. wrtuii", ruinriiiiK evpatiniisl the Kiiest Then Pamberg danced, but he did not wonderful telegraphy. joudo It make el wns wrapped in swaddling clothes of drink of water "Yes," replied Mr Cunirnx, as he put his Mvnr, And so wlitrnhemming and haw "He that planted t c fcrt and Instantly takes the stmt nut of look fisdith, a wttmsn cut much Ice In the judicial mind after and tiptoed eomplaeeiitli"! nitlll Willi iilliliuil- - ill uir MiiiOTi viuii.'i , hand The external ear in all ages adorned light and serenaded by other worlds enr. shall he not hear?" I tried It llsroveryoftheaje. Allen's the girl. You oujht to lug and trilng to refute a seat anvthiMit. by precious stones or precious metals. from the time when .lubal thrummed down after all onti or twice, and then t. i.- n irimni have that the uutlay it represents," i.. In tho World (or nil Purposos. .....I.. "but et,n a soul prays Oisl does not - t uiriu nr.' new sii't- - iiti ro-- i . When After the show Judge Ely dwelt on The temple of Jerusalem partly built the first harp and pressed n key of the tmuMe Is the men don't Mietc we are Dot The ii riif ia hot, for Dispatth. . .. ,. dnnclng generally nnd said he did not by the contribution of enrrlngs, nnd first organ down to the music of this IkiIi upright until the prayer travi s cureleei. sneatins. rillousan.l ui all tirnl.srli . 19.1. II... in earnest when we refute a seat and I I.. .,B...J..d TU Stindird tkt!i v try Hiiuivirri-nim .. I immensity und climbs to Ills car. The liiir tune nmres, n. . n.i-- 1 w kiutc i.iii!., most of the time thrv are right Tliere, .TaaWa,A-.- ( a jmic see nnything criminal In the couchee ind Supply Co., riir.r-ami i rim Homer In the Iliad speaks of Hera, Sabbath dny. Yen, for the ear the comIhero is more Catarrh la this section o! tHk in the ear now and e the poor, tt!e Hoy, N. Y. I. Id.. couchee nnd he ordered the respondent "thu three bright drop, her glittering ing overtures of Ilenvcn, for whatever Ilihle says he bends clear over. In Addresi Allen S Olmsted, the country than all other disease put to- - ffrtl man cu ini the stout woman hi seal '"IsHRLaaB'!,, Jiff xlaaMrarltirers, discharged. It was a gay dny In Bos- gems suspended from the ear:" and part of the body may tie left in the more than one place Isaiah said lie Celhcr, and until the Ult few year wit It ton bad that man ha Ifiuliri llttsllflU.lt, Is. . Isjni'd down his car. In more tluin KliimllcH'-uppesrd to tie incurable. Kor a great tiian.r over "I dek all dv, and I suppos the woman ton's courthouse. many of the adornments of modern dust, the ear. we know. Is to come to one place tlie psalmist said lie going with )eara dwtar nronouneett it a local disease, In leen ail to some lternin euchre tutrty L'JDITC ' ItilVs n ', II Ii:.i.i:v. secata times wero only copies of her ear celestial life; otherwise, why the "har- Inclined his ear, by which I como 'O that Ioor Hello! where are )ou ; and preribeJ local remedies, and by can Hie. things ate iimuttly arranged I'er II III I C The Editor Mot a Mathematician. nwt HO i!l ev, n them up A itantly failing to cure with local treatment, liaps tinte Oh. this i oflirc. Jewels found in Pompeiian museum pers harping witli their harps?" Kor believe that Ood puts his car close y to the TakiiiR it ' Some time last week tho Detroit i'l (, xh lujht " - CleveKiid Hut while the the ear. carol of lark ami whistle of down to your lips that lie can he.ir fr Irul nf mine, iu- relurnrtl frim the Khiii pronounced it Infjirable rciene lias proven vmir street aUCTI I MACMIMiRV tnllttsoiitim. (Mich.) Free Press copied from an up- and Htruscan vase. le a WbLLi.iiiiu.a .tini,t i outer car may be adorned by human quail, and chirp of cricket, and dash of your frilntcst whisper. It is notCn-- l dike, r.iileil nu me ami wiped tin feet on it. catarrh torequir- -enntituti.iil disease, anJ Plain Dealer, ctinstitutKinal trmtment. per peninsula pnper n problem which tberefote Klclunond I)iatcli. Hall's Catanh lure, inaiiufaeturtd by V. J had been handed In to the editor of the art, the middle nnd the internal ear cascade, and roar of tides oceanic, and away off up yonder; It is Ood nwv the only Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio, worshipful latter, who declined to even attempt to nre adorned nnd garnished only by do.xology of cherubic, assembly and down here, close up, so close up that .limit I'roitlp C'nniiiil Drink It I conslitutKnal cute on the market sernpliic nnd when you pray to him It is not more a solve It. The problem wrro to find the the hand of tho Lord Almighty. The minstrelsy, 10 drop to a roller Ml liiKlll. It khii litetr sitxp. iqu taken internallv in dose from number of boards It would take, each 11 stroke of a key of yonder organ sets the nrchangelic. Kor the car ull I'auilean whisper than n kiss. All! yes he hems ran drink Oram O u hen rm please aisl sleep ttaspnonlHl It art dirretly on the I lnvd system. They feet long, to build a fence four boards air vibrating, and the external ear pipes, all flutes all clarionets all haut the captive's sigh and the plush of tl e use a top. ror i.rstn u n, e- nut tiinuiaie. and muroiM surface of the fur any rase it nounshes, and feeds. Vet it looks it one hundrnt dullai high around a tract of land containing catches thu undidiiting sound nnd loys all bassoons all bells nnd orphan's tear, nnd the dying syllnl e and tastes likecheerslest esillee 1'or nenous ofler to turc the fail lor tirvular and testithrough the bonelets of l.urcinc and Westminthe same number of acres ns there passes it onto the internal ear. and the all organs und Kreyburg, and Her-li- of the shipwrecked sailor driven on t1 e persons, joitnc people ami emiiiren i.tJin m monial. Address I J Cheney k Co 1- middle ear the ster Abbey, Mmli fram tilira Ihl lf.rfirt ifrinl Skerries, and the infant's, "Now I lny ksJo, tl. Sold by Dittgglstt, 78c would be boards In the fence. A mathe- 3,00(i fibers of the nnd all the organ pipes set .wf..B I tat a lu.nl ..a iiuni .'...v ihu... , .. up human ... .nii-Hall' Family Pill are the beat. matician tnckled the job, nnd has fig- the vibration and roll the brain takeinto Christendom, the great giant's acrossy me down to sleep." as distinctly as lio day. i Try' itbn place of collec.jvui and 3Se. .iKr f.... IS ,.l(n For Infanta nnd Children. cnuse-wnm sound on hears the fortissimo of brazen ban 's ured out that 02,100 boards of that the soul. The bidden machinery of the Itrinnva! Ihr I'nuse, for the monarchs of music to pass in the Dnsscldorf festival, ns easily .is length, mads Into a fence four boards ear, by physlologlhts called by Hist (Vuhst I had the hhhI interesting nil tick- he hears tho salvo of artillery wh. n The llnllnit t'ltaslnn. the over. Kor the ear. nil had loniUml to. high, would Inclose exactly 02,100 ncrea names of things familiar to us, like lings of chronometers, chimes Kind You I offered that lady $500 for her interest in case jesteniay that I eterwa It nil anthems all tho 13 squares of Kngllsh troops opin l Oiulist - What of land. tho hammer, something to strike like dirges ull glees, nil choruses all lulla- ull their batteries at once nt Waterloo. the ptnptry "and she refused to consider the of an nrdlnarv upil "I found that Instead proposition my daughter the anvil something to be smitten-li- ke bies, all orchestration. Oh, the car, He that planted the ear can hear. Queer Financial Xllnallon. "I ottered her (! Wand she jumped at in her ryeremosed it." In J a c..''ei:e Istii Philadelphia all, I A4. dent. car, grooved w ith dithe stirrup of the saddle with the 'Wlille the state of North Carolina it." Detroit Tree I'reM. , Just ns sometimes nn entrancing owns $3,000,000 stock in the North Car- which wc mount the steed liko the vine sculpture nnd poised with divine strain of music will linger In your can AtCt LiUcPrcparJlton for ll. The American "tni., Cuba niitl eured. and l olina railroad, It Is said not to have bad drum, beaten In the march like the gracefulness unit upnolstcreu with cur - for diivs nfter sou hnve henrtl It- - and No 'its stopped freetUv't permanently Kline'. the rood nml Hctf uti- iihi uf Dr. tits aftvr tirst Until recentlv a nt nnn.r n tnn. nurvstrlng, -to --bo. swept wllH mnnto. I tains 01 divine emlirolucry, rttiil eurrl- JukI at t. Miavt cry ol twlii l t,tntlia A rr-tlrft UiC Slumniln otalLkrwtla c lf ,lMnun jmiBwi I while iinsslng through Ilellevuo hos trrntist. - pr. llmtM-- ICUArrhst tttMl tMttlAk cieh m,lfiUof In tn rs, t.ltr, vlw In vy ti3 vrjinry, lb finest , llnl., l'a. Kline, rVMe eTlflence of Mint ownership, state 1 furl, of the I with dirino architecture, nnd chiseled pital of the American Nary, Cuba and Hawaii i .areasurer IVorm haa n new cerilflrnle. I " " "" my ear for weeks, anil y..'fc iWbi tu ear is actually called like tho stair I in Ixino and divine masonry, and con just nsclung to blasphemy In tlie street The bieirc-i-t hUie i not a sign of the most has just he til putdishrd ami the ( Imaf", and w hether nny wns ercr before issued a horrid way, the sound to ascend like n bent quered by processions of divine mar sometimes haunts one's cars for days heat. A straw pile will cite a brighter Mdivauket t M. Paul Itaiiway haa iiudc Is not known. A search of nil the recarranwment for a special tslition f.ir the taking shaling. The ear! A perpetual point"! so Ood not only hears, but holds the blaze than a tou cf coal. Ham's Hum. lTomolcsl)i(;cslion.Ciaxfrul-ticssnivmcst.Conblbenefit of it lotions ind wdl funiish the ords and documents In the treasurer1! tube of a heating apparatus round-like of interrogation, asking now;' a per- songs the prayers, the groans that which enters round and full set. one hundred and sixty picture, for neither office foiled to reveal any signs of stock the wor THE MARKETS. one dollar. In Mew of the pr-n- t a labyrinth with wonderful pas- petual point of apostrophe appealing excitewe have at: Omtim.Morphlne nor JUncral. belonging to the state. ment regarding Cuba these picturcaareiery sages into which the thought enters to tiod. None but (iod could plnn it. ship, the blasphemy. 1ov wondered nt the phonograph, which timely, amount with full addrrM to Cim'Ismati. April l Kor aS.viiC only to be lost in bewilderment. A None but Uod could build it. None holds not only the words you utter, bin LIVK Poorly Tald Spanish School-Trartir- r. (,io. II. HealTord, (leneral Passenger Agent 3 01 aim Only five provinces In Spain have paid muscle contracting when the noise Is but (Sod could work it. N'one but (iod the very tones of your toice, so that n . I II 2 I HI rlect butelirrs C, M. 4 St. P. Ity . U.icaco, HI. S up their debts to the school teachers. too loud, just as the pupil of the eye could keep It. None but Ood could un- hundred years from now, that Instru r.M. kis Pair to rooj luai . llix.s, coininwi jo,v ojorH'sairtTasa jw sasui After Hip llperrt. The others owe them no less than 8,909.-00- 0 contracts when the light is too glar- derstand it. None but (iod could explain incnt turned tlio very words you now u ttlM Mlietl packers 3 11 Marie The tenor' beautiful tones arc Oh, the wonders of the human ear. ing. The external car is defended by it. pesetns. t.lthl shlHcrs utter and the very tone of your oicc 3 S Still rtntriiitf ui mv cuts. wn.v, which with Its bitterness disHow surpassingly sacred the human will be reproduced. Amazing phono- SIIKKI w ftwlee I.AVllS-i-prliDm And ettrrinirs are all Imiih- - (iiMslntsHi' Smh 3J InW family courages lnseetlle invasion. The car. l ou had better be careful now graph! l!ut more wonderful is OodV nut of style, tool Philadelphia llulcltin. ly.rfw i OUAIN Wheat No. : red ternal ear imbedded In by what is far you let the sound of blasphemy or No. 3 roil power to hold, to retain. Ah! what fWr Sti 311 On I Miisln fur Id Tents. lorn-N- o. the hardest bone of the human system, step into that holy of holies. mlied . encouragement for our prayflnf4 "Sufr (tats No !! Kend IUrtnt in itnte strums for copy n very rock of strength and defiance. bnW-The lllble says that iu the hiu ient tem ers What no nwful fright for our a of "Hojnl lllue Two-Stefur Piano New HAY Prime to rtwlee The ear so strange a contrivance that ple the priest wns set apart by the hard speeches 8W What assurance of l'ltuVIMONS -- Mnsii pork nmi Msiuiiiui. ti i' ju-- i nny. uen ru. Aprtfccl nemedy When ln)purltles In the Blood by the estimate of one scientist, it can putting of the blood of a rum ou the Agt. 1) .() 8 V H . rincinimtl. (). d sympathy for nil our f jnl -- l'rlmn Hfsini 10 catch the sound of 7H.700 vibrations in tip of the ear, the right ear of the griefs "He that plauted the ear, shall IIUm-I- -- Choice dairy Should Be Expelled Worms ,Com,ulsions,rcnsh-ncs- s Prlmn to ehotre crcumerv.. The woman with a lathy and tlie woman n lecond. Tho other ear taking in all priest. Hut, my friends we need all ho nut hear?" AlM'J.KS-t'- er 3 f bill w ithnut oneare always sorry fnr eaili other. and LossOfSLEEI'. kiudsof sound, whether the crash of an of us to have the sacred touch of ordi CIiicrro New. llettcr take that organ away from all lVTAIOKV Per bush Amorlca'a Croatost Modlclno la tho uvalanche, or the hum of u bee. Tho nation o:i the hanging lobe of both CIHCAtia sin. llettcr put it under the best Boat Spring Modlclno. Tftt Simile Sitfnnlurc cf sound passing to the inner door of the ears und on the arches of the ears on There la no lictter reconimendatmn In tlie FI.OUK -- Winter patent. In winter months the. perspiration, so outside car halts until another mech- the Kustnchian tube of the car. on the sound, llettcr take it away from all UltAIN Wheal Nu. !red. world than a unman' satisfartiuii, tlut is slander, from all innuNn. schieaeusprinv.... one of the nasnns why the cahenes and fine yrofuso hi summer, almost cc.iscf. Thli anism, divine mechanism, passes it on mastoid cells of the ear. on the tym gossip, from nil rOHN-N- c, : KEW YOHK. print of V) illiam cuupson &. aic In throws b.ck Into the sjstcm the linpuuttc! by the bonelets of the middle ear, and panic cavity ol tlio ear, ami on every endo, from all bud liilluoiito of evil as- OAIS-S such universal favor. -9 7b thai sliou'.J liavo been cxclled through coming to the inncrdoorof that second thing from the outside rim of the out- sociation. Hotter put it to school, to IHIItK m. Mess f.AKD-Mratlio pores of the skin This and other car, the sound bus HjvJT'33tt51naaaaaaal When a man become thnrmiuhly muti-n- t to come side ear clear in to the point where church, to philharmonic, llettcr put SKW IukiC e.1 he ha uuthvid hi uicfulnra. t htrago causes makes the blood Impure hi sprini. further until another divino median-la- sound steps oil the auditory nerve and that ear under the blessed touch of Flolt'lt Winter W Christian hymnology. llettcr conse- WIIKAT-NaSn- sl New. Holls, pimples, humors and eruptions tlien passes It on through into the Inner nil's on down Into the uufnthomable appear or some more serious disease may ear, and then the sound comes to the depths of the immortal soul. The crate it for time and eternity to him ft)KN- - No. iinlicO. We think Pio' Cure fnr Cnnsuinpl.on li UCACTCOPror WRAPPER. HYK take Its start. Hood's Sjrsuparllla Is tlio rail track of tho bruin branchlet, uriil Hihlo speaks of "dull cars," anil of who planted the ear. ltousseau, the the only medaiae for CkukIis .lennie iam.-sixcJF infidel, fell asleep amid his skeptical I'OHK NtwM(- 7S Ptntkanl, iiruii;licld, III., Oct 1, 1K9I. remedy for Impure blood In nil its forms, rolls on and on until it comes to sensai "unclrcutneised cars," and of "itching tmi Cf NrftwM oohmni, mviMi cirv. as proved by Its marvelous cure of blood tion, nnd there the curtain drops, nnd ears and of 'rebellious ears and uf lunuuscripts lying all around tho room, IIAf.TIMOUK. The cray matter behind the other fellow' und iu his dieniii he entered Heaven I'tXIUIt-Kam- lly diseases. It Is thcicforc the mediciuo for n hundred gntes shut, and the voice of "open ears," and of those who have all If) brow rauwu many a man to ftel bruu brat tyuYiJuxarea i nam-sy- i i i SS nnd heard the song of the worshipers, I S !t Jon to tJkoin tlio spring. It expells all (oil seems to say to all human inspec- the organs of hearing and yet who en. CInciii News. W und it wns so mm t he asked nn angel Wheal seem to be deaf, for it erics to them: humors, aod puts tlio whole system la good tion: "Thus fnr anil no farther." M Mt, -what it meant. The ungcl said: A Dose iu Tiim Jae Nine nf Hale' condltlou for warmer weather. Outs No. 3 white In this vestibule of the palace of the "He that hath ears to hear, let him "This is the araJisu of Ood, Honey nf llorrhouiid and Tar for Couch . Ilyc Nat! Misltru .... soul, how many kings of thought, of hear." aualllr ... Pike' Toothache Diop Cure in one minute. m hear is the rAlTI,K-ri- nt To show how much Christ thought of and the song crn lneilleine, of physiology, luue done IM IW MURALO WATER COLOR PAINTS the human car. Ho one day met a man anthem of the redt,. med." I'nder penance of lifelong study and got no INPIANAl'OI.ll. About the only koo.1 thin, some men have roll of the eel. stial iiiusio ltous; Nc is a reputation for buini - PfkAaTOf Is America's Greatest Medicine Sold by all further than the vestibule. bad. Chicago Mysteri- who was deaf, came up to him, and seau F0I1 DECOMTIKG WILLS AMD CEILINGS midund MURALO Com No. 2 mlxeil News. ous home of reverberation and echo, put a finger of the right hand into the night wakened well , ot up In the druMlils. II; six forf-Ret only Hood's. . IIAUII ttntfr f uiNptMri with Thlim4l-r- . OaU Na : rnUtsl ri.MHIl and, as could, wrote well will ru.ti ttnJ btsniniM at hard i lminL Mlllrtt In IwtrntT four Unit intJ wikrki raDa.lt r lirand central depot of sound. Ilend orifice of the left ear of the patient, down the strains of tl, music 'I Loi'tsvir.br- Cure n CTttlil In One DnOll nf Ifst wntrf orc that he KLOUIt-WlntonJ' pills to ta),c quarters to which there come quick" and put a finger of the left hand into Hnnfl'; ' .... 3 73 patent irpi;M roK let m idow (i,okwin oi yon in lhjirway uf Mnmtt pnrrb-.- i idu niurui Aiiri.i: nl w cakih tr4 jou obUlolnll. ko I.ixative llruiiioQiiimneTnhhtr from ytMir tKldefclrt 2rod dispatches, purt the way by cartilages. the orfleiv-- f the right ear of the pa- ha; heard in the womb 'ful tunc called i.cgisl efuiiii IiKinev if it fn'Morurc l Ood "tlie THE MURALO CO.. NEW BRIGHTON. S. I.. NEW YORK. ngitated the p:ut Oats- Mlxeil GEORGIA LADIES In ne,the way by air, part the way hy tient, andthe bonelets, tympanum, and grunt Songsit of the Iteneeined." nnd to I'OHK -Mess The man who ride a hobby use egotism and witli a voice me nn that may not bea io vou slow- startled part the way hy nerve--thL.AK1J fcteam TELL THE TRUTH. glorious for n saddle Ham's Horn. est dispatch plunging Into the ear at that rang clear through Into the man's ality. infidel dream butto the night re iVtiYiY When wc come of "l.phphuthu!'' and tho tho speed of 1,091) feet n second. soul, cried: &MWAngfLntL death nnd wo lie down to our Inst Small instrument of music on which polyphold growths gave way, nnd the TU310H conqujjjked. IlulUrd,na.lrite: Eight , li jmiimjuM simri-nr- at-- Is played all the inulo you over inflamed auricle cooled oft-- and that sleep, may our curs really bo wakened ' by th rautuile-- of lb, huuvuiilv!!-H BaoulUa. locU)T Heard, 3: ot nun svlio bud not heurd n sound for pie, from Uie Krunileurs vrnnea me. V1tl 1 rontlnucl but, nnd thu Mings nud the anthems Hrpollod by'I-ydlB. Plnkhnm'o Voaotnblo Oompound atronB Stato-mo3- -: un Atignst thunderstorm lo grow worm unlit I comto the many years, that night heard the wash und the enrols anil tltu doologles Hint menced taking Dr. l. A. D. A. Lombard. from lira. wiftent brentliliiL'S of n Hutu. Small of the waves of Calileu aguinst the Hlnimom I.ler Modlrlno i! instrument of music, only a quarter of limestone shelving. To show how shall climb the musical bidder of th.it tnr-- - tlmri & dy, nnd I vrs heavenly gamut. well leroio ono Packago an Inch of surfacu and the thinness of much Christ thought of cur, prcntcat triumphs of Lyilia T. rinWiam'n Vegetable Coinpouml U li Ono of tho LIKE A GOOD TEMPER, "u lanen. iiito taken a one and fiftieth part of when thu apostle 1'eter got mad and fotrdoKS"Illack Draucht." FINDS WONDERFUL RUINS. Tumor. tlio confiuerinff of wnranti'oilreailcni'iny, i nn inch, and that thinness divided into witli one slush of his sword dronncd but did not think It "SHEDS A BRIGHTNESS EVERYWHERE.1 31 ia nobly tlmt frequently thclrprw.cnco Is not bub- mjrl.Uerai will ul)r.at, The croivth of tlieso tumors three layers. In that ear musical statT, tho ear of Malchuslntotlie dust, Christ I'm". Allrsiui ll crlli-- III, lll.riitrrlis m A.8. L. M. ll.tn-.iipected until tncy aro tar laUnil In thu I'rfrllli. lines, spaces, bar, and rest. A bridge crented a new external ear for Malchus WAV.W.V.'MWWAWWAV.V.WWWW Female CompUlnte. I'rof. Alleson.of thu Ilcrlludeognip1 advanced. leading from the outside natural world corresponding with the middle ear and There art two critical andeven danirci oni "wnnilerlnfr leal society, describes a remurkat u to the insldcsplritual world; we seeing the internal ear that no sword could periods in female lite, when the greatest cars is necessary. in eheological find. In Dawson island, pa!ns"mny como from Ita the abutment at this end tho bridge, clip away, The first, wlien tba Irl pisses from I B """-Wm "Tl but the fog of an unllfted mystery And to show what (Iod thinks of tho iu tlio l'acifie. he found a table land early stages, or tlio prcs-enc- o if through ienoranca three miles in extent, devoid of vegetaor neglect this toysterious developmcutis danger may bo hiding the abutment on the ot'-ic-r end ear wo are informed of the, fact that In of InUrfered with or thwarted, even In tha of the bridge. Whispering gallery of the millennial Juno which shall roseate tion, nnd covered by masses of w under- rondo manifest by exIiK. WIIITKIKI 1.1 HIiri'MATHU'l'HL tnnj Th.inrxl .n.llli.U,. tl.uirl. ,.nl amsllest degree, tbey aro liable to some y.rm.a-stin.alUa ( UU niHlt.llo. THK Da. WIliTUltALL MEUIIIMIKK Isi.M.l fi.aa. ladlsa. maUdy irriiaentlr provioK most sertoni, the soul. The human voice Is tlod's all tho earth, the ears of the deaf will fill ruins in nil stages of deea.t. 'I be cessive menstruation acach aa byateria. nts or ereo conaamptlon ; of buildings show them to Imvo companied by unusual eulogy the ear. That voice capable of bo unstopped, ull the vascular growths remains while at tho second period, called "cbaogs d structures, but of lim pain extending from tlio producing seventeen trillion, live hun- gone nil deformation of the listening been of life," there I ctlen much distrcna and .a,a.i,kii..,.iir t danger. At both these periods of lite Ui. dred nnd ninety-twI Isr. 71.. w.rtisi billion, ono hun- organ cured, corrected, chniigcd. livery crumbling wulls only u few feet re- ovaries down tha groin itu t Simmons Squaw Vine Wine is invalu.ANY ACrtMOTOHl dred und elghty-sl- x million, forty-fou- r being on earth will huve a hearing ap- - main standing. In the fur distance as and thighs. able, aodlt is recommended that a dose of it f EXCHANGED Ix taken twice a week for some time, bo thousand, four hundred und fifteen mruuis as perfect as tiod Knows bow u huge pile w hlch crowned the extreme FOn A ROLLERl Iyou have mysterious twecn and during- the mcnatroal periods, REARING. ttrSir,. Tlie nativ.-sounds, nnd nil that variety made, uot to make It, and all tho enrs will be edges of the plateau. and Kor strengthening tha system wa pains, If there nro Indicar .is, attrlMllnf. xrBf. liOln Sumrosr. July 1 to strongly nrge the use of Dr. M. A.Sim for tho regalement of beast or bird, ready for Hint great symphony iu guided the visitors to tlie side of tin, tions of Inflammation or '08 .atlis. tnpna LlrerMrdlelDf.adow at bedtime. IWpt. I. 1IHIH. rorCata MOTOR, 8 FT, FOR 0 IIIList llMtrl. but for the humun car. which all the musical instruments of iiiounttiin, where the work shops i,f the displacement, don't wait loffuo, addrtsa I (or SSI. Ts.r rsalil. . lM,i. ,n4 sr. .4,lih,s long-deapeople were located. ., 1ft years ago, in Venice, lay tho earth shall play tho accompani fsovtbj. rl About fll.r, boiifala, KECISTRAU SUMMER i. for time to confirm your nil .fr 1hArmHir i wVtn v.l tHkcr ivuli down iu death onu whom may be con- ments nations ot eartli nml empires of mountain, a hard volcanic rock, ruse ti- fears and ,?o through LAW SCHOOL, trfJltDM. J.tlasXt Itlll. IR J HtVdf tht tlMltalnilflslU I THE NEWBEAT8THEOLD ASTHB DSV0 ovtiuc, ua, eaya; sidered the greatest musical composer Heaven mingling their voices, together ll scrlesof ledges of tenor fifteen Minis tho horrors nf n, hospital CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. each, to the peak, scleral thousand feet, (OLD BEAT THE WOODEN WHEEL. uicd Dr. M. A. Simmons of the century. Struggling on up from with the deep bass of the sen, and the a I Un fr v ' notiM. rtiiM4 buur (but nol operation! Becuro Lydla 12. 1'lnkhain's Vegetablo Compound right niviiy nnd high. I' pon each ledge was a itiimln III rar Nedlclne In my r .)) IU ! IIBtW ItfiU nil b lb- - m l six yeurs of ago when he wusleft fath- ulto of tho woods, and tho tenor of begin Its use. nr family for SO years with sucrtif ot. ujBr (tubixi ffsutciiiuicn tl rii lim erless, Wagner rose through the oblo- winds, and the baritone of the thunder: of gigantic stone heads, some cut utf t ! it ! ar ft j Arwtr, Mrs. rinltham, of Lynn, Mass., will glvo you her nilvlco freo of all charge If you L I'lV cess lnmanycasei of Indl ! 14 l9Wr. tit the neck, with the bust shown, mug-lua l 0T Jr 014 quy of tho world, nnd ofttiiii'-sul"Allelnlah!" surging up meeting the Keatlon and Sour StomditTLPRISSt-- r about yourself. Your lutter will bo keen by women only, and you rta .twill irUrr.BUaf from ten to thirty feet high, nnd will wrlto her ach. I think it superior to seemingly against him, until liu "Allcluiah!'' descending. B'hVWlMiUVTTa nil hewn iu tlio solid volcanic rock. need liavo no hesitation about being perfectly frtink. "Thedfurd'i Black Draught" gained the favor uf a king, and won Oh, yes, my friends, wo have been Head what JIns. II. A. Lomiiaiid, llox 71, Wcstilale, Mass., tsays: and "Zellln'a Regulator, the enthusiasm of the opera houses of looking for Ood too far away Instead of All of the faces bore u striking and I shall recommend Or. 'I liavo reason to think that I would not be hero noivif It had not been for Lydla of cvpiession. The most sinlv 5ffi' sainTaaCxiiiv M. A.B. L. M. ai lonjr aa 1 l.urope nnd America. Struggling all looking for Him clnu by nnd iu our live. ter head had u long, protruding chin C. rlnkhnm'ft Vegetablo Compound. Itcurcdineofii fibroid tumor In my womb.1 Address I'. K. DDDUIUCK'S SONS, the way on to 70 years of age, to con- organism. ve go up Into thu observaAllrn'a Ulrrrlna Maltr li thotnlf iurr euro in Doctors could do nothing forme, and they could not euro mo at tho hospital, 2 Dederick. Works, Albany, N. Y. quer the world's cur. In that sumo Hyileria tory and look through thu telescope and expanded Hostility the norld fur 4 kroftlr Ulri ilunv will tell you nboutlt. I had been In my usual health, hut hud worked quits Ncrnilou Clcer VHrlc U IMrrr-t- Vlrcrt, If caused by natural or acquired feebleness to muster the human ear nnd and see Ood In Jupiter, nod Ood in Itnniirkiilile I .'am. Fatrr Norti, Km) UU Horr.klle of eonstitatlon.raeiiUlaaflerlngandhlefly, When my monthly period catno on I flowed very badly. Tho doctor guvo Hwrlltnjr Drawioutall polion ravePiir?ii-an- i It GIVEN AWAY A American Witch. hard. . uercr'all gain supremacy over this gute of tho Saturn, mid Ood in Murs; but we could lean Ilr. ..II. I .. ,' derangements of the aex nal sraie m, such as iijinitiu turn, a uiliorcr. medicine, but It did mo no good. Hohald tho How must bo stopped If possible, nii7fr(in-r- , Curftiierinaufiii. licit talv fur llllt. ioinji..i .riijint; iml ..l.i.,, ,x st ( menstrual irregularities, delayed develop txn iitii. titrlMincIra, immortal soul, great battles were see more of Him thiough the micro-scon- e mentioned iu the Trench academy pro- me Kliruin. llurna, lull ll,S..r...l..-.1klB.,,il- .. r laogenersilvi-orj-an'.ofind tlio cauto of my trouble. Upon examination ho found thcro amlall Firth I'llcs, NullJly inall.iinjil .'CWt largr). f"i"illsrliMin .r Mtl I.r,, uik. iiirni Hrrlllarl. strong too WnmiiU, (nentof .Ml,kllli,ab, fought by Mozart, tlluck, nnd Weber, of an nurist. Xo hlnrr Is .ntli.lli.il ceedings of IS'.U ns having ears so long ond ho must tumor in my womb, ond gave mo ticatmcnt without any benefit t.U. ..4 I, frpd. .1. 1', Alalal.S MftZIIICJhJt. Iss. Ill I, lb., I,, Ill..ir,i,, Dnring a fit, tha tMxnal propeniillirs. I ,, Mt. i'aul, Minn. Moia lij llrugvUla. wasa fibroid mid hy Ileethoven and Meyerbeer, by j with only one residence, mill in Kraiico that they projected above tho top patient's clothes shoald be Joottened; aha on tirobtr, Mlnfr. I, 7 finn nnfl CBE$-rshould have an abundance of fresh air. ltosslui, and by all thu roll of Her It has been St. Cloud and Versailles his head. They possessed the, power of whatercr. About that tlmo n lady culled owedmo nnd recommended Lydln T!. The sudden, copious and continuous appliof her life to It. I bald I would raiKCtTlLM.lk. W.ll.llUrllOXDl.,Mk.lll.,T.. man and Italian nml French and tlie Tuilerles and In Orent Hritaln motion, nud, being the eiiuso of great I'lnkham'fl Vogotnblo Compound; said bho aTCMJfcfamaJiirijBrfMri cation of cold inter to tlio head and fsco trill I.IIHIS WMIIII ill IKI nil; cut tho fit short, lletwcen Ihe parol Isms, composers, mjiuo of thein In tho it litis been Windsor nnd llalmoral and mortification to lilm. lie hml them ..... try It, nnd did. Soon nf ter tho How becanio inorcnntiinil nnd regular. I still A. N. K.-- I5 1 1700 Ur.M. A.SImmon9 Ilct liueh Bjrui. f uie. lliiod. L'l buttlo leaving their blood on tho key-- n Osborne, A ruler does not nlways pre- down to something near the ordlmiry continued taking tho Compound for homo time. Then tlio doctor mado an exIn limn. Hulil bf drnrKlftav. betaken tocorroct torpidity of tlio boivelj, WIIKX WKITIMJ TU .tUVKUTINKKal amination again, and foil ml evcrythlutf all right. Tlio tumor had passed away, rndarnurm of trcatuuut with Dr. Mm m J. iles n lid thu musical scores. Orcat fer tlio larger. Tho King of earth mid hizu of litiinnn eats and concealed thu slssis stale taut jrau uw (a A4rrlUa inniie mjiiiiw Vine tVlne which is special! 4)4 that dull achu was gone." bJttlu fought for the car fought with I lleuvon may huvo largcs oustlcs and stumps beneath liia lung lmr. aaiat la UI. edspud to rctaona Uie ukfiuo UUvrdcra, I UNBROKEN FOR 124 YEARS. THE HUMAN EAH. BLOOD POISONING. A fort-rers- . - Nurse's Experience. . -- . , lie-ti- le She'd rather have one than three. . i -- n, - 111 life-wor- fr ' I . ... i , 1 fcta, 1 - . . i 1 i - WPSrngf ay 1 Puw-dcr.- i, . Tn . u 1 atu--da- o Ap-pla- n "l!e-qule- p (! le, 1 Pitta-buig- .. -- . 11 ... it SCALES! atL-i i ,- e -t itv !' ' .sii. ll -- -i GASTORIA Always Bought n, 1 l- Hee-im- The Have Hod-honor- its-wa- n 1 1 i- ..,- """""' "'. half-toi.- !' 1 1 m Boars tho Signature of ryJi ns otic. AAxF Spring is the Time i Ilre-Na- warm-hearte- da ne Kind You Have . Always Bought. Nn ? (A1S--Mlte- -- I I GASTORIA I.AltU-We.t- ern OltAlN-Whrut-- ..... Hood's Sarsaparilla PAINTS WALLS CEILINGS. R'r.- HOUb-West- er aitAtN-Wheat-- e - er OKAIN-Whest- -Na (urn-Jlliei- e -- 0 mimow o nt : n 3APOLIO nI two-hundr- -d i li d J I I wi Ai - tsM Tj l; well-forme- o Sumfiierunovfcv&,a. Law s -- flfiJUefa aa d 'l. -- .. Lectures i IB W PS&rL. rlYfi$yS w reseiu-bianc- pt Well-Wd- s ,.S. ara, I ."VaM ijrwi . ,. n.