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The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1899 hic1899011301_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. , p. - i , ,.w:jMMuVljlntiirtfpiWiftiiriliiwaaiT'' l n -F- .' - i . .t j- - v' - 's?r'' ffw5' Vj-Aj- I lt .i -a THE HICKMAN COURIER. I'lililimieii Kvcrjr Friday by ;:cm. FINE GEORGE Oace-Jatkroa WAIIREN, . Hickman, Kentucky. THE ESTABLISHED rrnrl 1859. EIGHTEEN K 8trct next Coot to WEAItN, : City Hall HIOKJN THB OLDEST JOB PRINTING EXKOOTED KEAT1ESS AND DISPATCH. COURIER. 13, 1899. II WITH SALE BILLS, ENVELOPES, OKOltail WAltltHN, JAS. a t i Editor. AwUtent Editor. yEWSFA?. IN FOR WESTEHN KENTUCKY. Trlco of Subscription, f 1.00 it. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY,jKY., FRIDAY, JANUARY KILLED OUTRIGHT i. i VOL. XXXIV. NO. COXORESS. 1 Xl, ; 8. Kto - LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETC. CALL AND BH5 US. - TERMS MADE PUBLIC Official Text the Treaty of Pnris Given Out. of 'I lie .a M,W,?A'.,iaT;i'n i.hIvSmi.k ll..(ui.rrm?tt.lrl an4ilat Jtin Wriiriwlan r mri,'l-iiTiiller-v- . H an-to have sdeptn! he of llio irrllory lit which thty may Mulle Acciirntc. r"n1f rlvll rlnhtn and pelltlral tatu ol Hit nalhp Washington. Jam e -- Thp following, I tin hrrliy i t Inlialiltanta of the Urrllqtletw to tlif t'nllnl HlaUa h,all Ctnclnl lent of Ihi, tL,ty of lHtrv coll. l.loriTilntU liy (hr ronuri-ni- . fludc.l at I'jrU hetwe 'i Hit t nlird Slate ArllrlK X. J ebp bf llir Mi'l Hpalil, lillnft mi "Tlir Inhahllanla of the lrrltorl over (aliltia by the 10 (li tnllid lilfh K.oln rdlmiuUhti or r1r IHr aovcumhiUsftiiierf) rrlsnly almll In- - .ecurtd In Hie fre exrof tlitlr rtllalon. "Til lllllll-- HlKlMl III Ap.'IIiU and htr In. In Ihr IU ijtinti refrtit t rtlfp M. li.mill of hrrauKiiiai tut1. -iKr) Alfimo,lll Tl. Cnantnnt. rll.llna In th Itrrilorlt" ... ,...,. . .v tlralrliiR jutnl thu nan- li war uuw exist-Inirh Ptmln oy una ircaiy cynta w between lbs two eoiitititi'. baro for lira litr aovtrrlKnly ahall b tub. Hint initiKno nivonl.il . I in tbasitri Ji I In li Hllrra clll a well (li rnminai 10 tvl ttnrliA. Ihr plla-drllh country nf Mi W WlllUln It r utlimii'i I e link BUtf Hti Jnrlalli'lMnrtM. court of lo tha ordf. wh.rrln ilicy (lain ' Vvhiuliiw U.oy tleo'ge I '(.II. .1 nnry Inwa urinlni;.tti' aawr5rid tliry ItIll ..Ills.. . If. ltinla thii rlabi toafiptar tefnro "And Inr itutjoiy lliu. iiicjn reiirnl .of nhnlkrAiiHi an. I In til rati. Ill a MID, nrtirafi m.iI. ftp In, iiiiriirB.iii.duniirpUllo.'l'e;l.. ililncii.'of tht cvuntry to which the i .iimuor.inc .eiiniej iKiittiiurnn.'"'"!; VV 'Ulnae Anrciiinlit III ill llruuulit nr ln tiniilsli.Aiiicrlcii -I- 'lirHiiri'Min llrinirl ito I (illy, including the right to sell ordl.ipoae of piieh property or of II proceeds, nnd tpey shall also have thn right toenny on ll elr Industry, commclco ami thereof to ouch be Inn lulijetl In Inwa a nro iilkalile to oilier 'crrlrfii In ao lliry rimaln In the lerrltoiy r tlK'y.nuiy their nllculnnce lo lli riown of Simln liy maklnK, htfnrr a court r from th ijnt of of HcoiJ, hIIIiId n ll.f rmliniiKe of ralllirnllona of thltlrtaiy. n drrlJiallon of llirlr ilrllon lo iirftfivf aiKli iillrnla.ice. In ilrfault of wlilcli dec larnllon lliry utinll lm liel'l to hae RUi-r- r! i HE WILL WORK Th PBACl IHE SITUATION CRITICAL F1FTY-K1KT- ce e c s i PICK-UP- irofrlot. llr.d-Oi- i Cnlllalnn najlha Lehlch Vnlley llond at lliiuiiillirnolfN. J. Many I'er.ona Were Injnrail. n r. New Yoiik, Jan. 10. Hyn head-ojoIIIhIuii between two pasacugcr trains tut the Lehigh Valley at West Dttncl-leN. J., tit 1!S:47 ji. in. Jlonday, 18 person- nrc dead nnd oyer 'J5 were In- n, dill from Dniicllcn la three, mil lloumlimxiic and nbotit 'JO liillciv tram New Vork city. At the spot where tho Wt-a- t luJl . 1 M l. . ...,. l'i, . lne runt I ' 'A ATWT .IrVCSTl-.P- i. tj- - - -itrorrMitiRn iirnninua, inr of ilia HrhHiiao nf rlinrllon of tnii I ltirrTfTMi .1. v'ilr.tr...in. kni. o.Mnr irMii in tli rirrrlitirti a oirr whltn nraln imiLiUlir i rnlra lirr lovere lanlv ahall illllalv miJ iiiliiKlrr ilinln lnliutr at lie Irii rti'innl accurdlnir, lo tha follow Inr lilUaaeU, and IKiii Itafatl Cuiitu. irvnutal ii'ra uf.IUItilori. I Jiiilmnrnia rendered either In civil "Wlii, liavlna a.p'iiil.' I I: I Ml. nM prltate tndHlitu.lt nit. lli. li ImIc riti tmiiard In duefull owi'ii.i nhlt h irmdnnl mallera liefore the dale or In men r fnunil tu fw un-- furm, aid reaperl to which there mntlara Itsv.thrill, (iUciwatan ul lMir folluttlNK ur ilnnril ami wlinrlrhl of r'Men under IIIla aftr mi rnniiree or uiKiH kiiiiI Ananlrli law. .hall le deemed to be final ttdMi and lii'l h eiertiird In dtl form by I rtlrlr trim, . r aulhorlllr. In Hie territory within all ".lpallirMnia wmiflfn litdftmrtila ahiiuld be earned ty cr cn-- t Mile tit Oil'.. Ai .1 a. ilir la hIiiiIiCUII nulla briurin prltate Indlt mil ; Iduala laR.1 upon yt rviiiiati" i. (Vain, t wlilph may on Hie dale mentioned be I'd ltH U ocrtlMtl liy ll.r thr lo Judu-ntiahall be - aurh Vattni rHlr writ. lure lefore the couri In which Ihey may " muf Hi altall lam. aaaiiim lie pending, or In Hie court that may M4fdtlun thai Hir m ! i i.- nalluiial then Ire auh.lllutrd Ihrrefor Ian iMill frHi HVr fail f i.vHn "I Criminal action pending on the dale llan, fat- th liroirrtUMi ul life nil rip mentioned belure Hie numrnie court of illy. .train afralnet rlilirn. or Hie trrrlltort trllrlr II. which by Ihla irral) ceaar. to lie Ppatiiah "H)Mti rrlr l Hie Inll.d Hiaira lli aball mntlnue under ita JurlMllrtlnn until IUh4 ff I'ttfto lllrn and ilhir latawda Mw nni.1 ludEnienl bin. aueb ludKmeni haMnic tM4er Mnlafi Mivrrrlcnly In Itir V.; In linn r.ndrrf-d- . the eneruil n thereof .hall Ik., ipi I.UnJ of Uimm In Hi Marl-atJ- , be eommllied lo Hi iinnpeunl authority of the j.l.iee In whit li the raae aro.e. ,. Arllole Mil. irllrlr III. "fpatn PfHfH In Hi. t Mini Htalra the "The rluhta of properly aertirrd b and airtita ariiilied b) Hpanlarda Hie rMllfH" ! atchl)ill krranH Unds, awl romiHetirmlina Hie laUMda l lac let the I. land d t'tilMi and In I'm In Itk-VfllWlH IHr fiilalii trie i'hlllpplnea or other redoil Irrrltoitr. line Hie rami-of "A tin iiinnliiK Iriiii il tnrakl ah fa nl Ihr lime Hit. Hie daliance. of ontlnue to, .hall i or near Hip Iwrniliili iwrtlh-- l if neir'li lint), aelentlllr. literal y otli.1" of panl.li r the Ik rp.poplrtl. U III Mile a h.I HiiiMilkh I he wMttle iiirlaUe chaati.,1 af lUrbl, flam the wp jmI artlalk work, not nbeilveef public liundrd and ilameatith (IHth) to the Keie ntder In the terrllorlea In tiieainn, ahull adnilttpil freo of eluty Into hnn.tr. d and lirniy-reilh (ItTttil draiee renilnup to the period of ten yeara. inertdlan f I. i.iinde ea.l t.f (luenwleli, arch lerrtlotln e .n hHfadrt.' and iKetity tr. lo reUwieI from the dale of I lie exI..B alWM il rttrenih (Iftiht tp.' nmMMii of ham of thfl ratincatlena of tlil Irvaly. lu.le ra.l f (lrpenwl.li in Hip ixiraltel cf rllrlp MV. taur itpatrec and tiir-Ritnlnulia (I 1.' i ' ffwla will liaP tun Power l ealali.lah Iwrtfc lalliudr iIi.ctp a Ian the paiawel nf rcnaular ottleea In Ilia a)rl and place of f(Mt cteniew. aMl fori five mttiMlpa M.t.t orr wIiIlIi rwrlli hitltHrtr I II whli the th lrillorle r the .oveielenl) or Cfdvd by torn rltti-- trlltifjulahtxl of lataliurie our hurnli.! and haa pie.nil treaty ! dpwr.aa and Nve mllfa ArllclP W. OJSpfte.! of fltewi. h iIip.ipp alnnii Ihe nf Iiira44ile one each eountry lttllan drier.. a arwt Ihlriy huetdied and. The (roxerntn.nt of enr. accord to will. five mlr.Ht nlarlePH the term of ten the l In i'nUi paal nf lnrnarl.il ant Itir liaial'.l tr.tela of Hip otherofcountry Hip all f lafHfctdp ae.ri dpflippa fully ml. aamc trmim.tit In ir.pect ort Htea fl ( iiurih 'tin . p lna in Mralh eharaoa. Inrliidliia enirntue and rrratn-- It nf lalliudr ar.i n 1. i.r and r..iijr nilnn'ra d' Haiti t dura and lonnaRe dutlea, aa one intrraecilux Hi own merrhant I7n MHItl I II enipi (llfitii llh the we. uriotil. tu Hir eauiwl.ii trade ira.el., not UsndrrM aBd t awxl In ertei"Wl f (lieetlMlili f lottsrlH'lr article may nl any lime le ter-"Tbl IhtfpW ' i?l..t line to the IMrrarrthnn 'lai'd on U monlha' noilre (Ittn by nf the irnili (let,, I .i.-- tMrallrl if north pill. er y iverntiirnt to the other IHi the inr hirdreil end lnt lelllnde l. rllrle tenth lit 111 deirtep mpttdlan nf IoprHh te in) ot.llrallona "It I eM nf umeiiwt. h at d l i aloi a ih ino aoaiiiiie.l under.tooil that the rnllcirllatr iliistiral) b in til ml re.1 nn.1 rmhlrnuh ili'ih dparee Hie time lakUX ml atHMtHudr Cia.l nf Uri.nwl.Jl loll e with rrafKHI loCuba ale limitedII to Hie upon will, thereof but jr II. c.niianey of mcli ovrupatiev. adM.e f I wive I the Trt I'HlInd Hle will (My In ftrwtn the any Irrmlnallon e.laldl.hed In Iho liland gin .riimenl f twrniy million dollar. tlr oix.iV) M nliM'n thfte mtMiIha after the tirli.ni. of tu a.timc Hie ume obllKalion II. of the .rr.ni treaty .rllrlr the ratlAralton. rllple IV. The Bfp.ent Hraly ahall tro ratllled by BipableMt of the t'nlted tilalea, hy and tht "Xbt Uiillnl KlalM wUJ, far ttw Urni ef Milk. I l.a.avdvlca.nnd roo.rlilfit li aeliala. nermnjr.i.y'ine.niiren trcafnii. twrVnrm treair, giHtt of nret'tty and the lailflraHona .ball 5 ijiraiWaitWrSTf aeJ Htwlnl ahtap HkXM.r) irJtrn4t.e f i .irh.minl at Wa.lilncton within the PtllrrHne Ma ml, ) tt. ar the .hip. and merchandl.e the month from Hi dat hereof, or ejlller.li If of p. a.lldp Mini. term, a lh I'nll.d tttale In faith whereof, we. the re.pectlva trllrlp V. oh niuitrnt!arl. have elgnrd thl treaty III xr. I our aeal. 'Th 1'nltp.l Mlalra will up. n Hip .lr id In duplUate at prt tn of rat' re at the owniut timty, a. n.l lackeot lavIwiip Ivpremlier, In the I'arl of ihn tenth Our lxrt ear thp Hpani.h Hpaln. of lla r nai a. dt.r. tAkriiMd'iila rt,iither A tmem an on the hi rnutiearii riKm iiuimrru .iiu .imi.-Ull.l.lAM It I)AV b .i.i.i lapluir of lone. "ffSIIMAN VK lAVia The arm af 'hr .rlll.-i- . in nuclion aliall I'ftVK. la- - rratiircd to tin m II. 1. AM l Hill, iiinm ihe eirharice cf the tIKllidK IIHAY VMIITIII.AW IlKIP or tne treaty nroraed ratHrrnlhMi KltllCNi: MONTKIIO IUOS. tu evacuate the I hllrt4ne. a nrlt a II IHJ AIIAIt'.r.A nf Uwam. on litmi aln liar to thoe ti J li: HAItNIC'A. th roHint .unrra ap .Itrreel uimn V. It. 111! VII.I.A tTTUlUTlA. the ekaiiaallon IailBtftItK--lo airansr forlalanda In the Wetf and other i!.rAi:i. ciciniKito" protoiol of Aug net II. IriltP under ihv, l'K, wlikh It ta rvMtlnMc In fcrrai I HI ll failil U bprp Up I'm llliuniiiiila Th IMuvhftona are MHajplctelt oxtrutrtl n Jollft. III.. .Inn. 0 -- collet mneljatcnl-InjMeh the pvaruallea ef Ike time within f Itilllppln lalatida and (Inam ahall p convulaeil Iho jenra hro over the Hne.1 b) lftt.l ImII b of tolora, ihe Ufa .tavern-laeittof fl'ono worth nf ili.iitinnili from uniaptuied war 8 .ind. vo.-e- l. .wall aim, liuna tat all rnllbeta. Mrt. ivihIkhiK WlltlHtil. isMtrit of the with llirtf tarrUr" anil II. Davit, n KkIi iM HMtrrlal. Hotel Mnnroc. .Slilprj aWHHiHllrn. Ilt iter. and .Mptdle nf all kind. I.rl.rkl tjg to via airr.lril nftil cuiivlrlcd on clrcutiiand natal rutin of Piwin in the I'lul-liplie va .flit lo mntial pviJcncc. ami tluain nmaln lh. pcint) jf .lohct iifBllcnlUirj IVItriiar.v 23, IM)7. Hfialfl. I'krVp of heavy otdnan.r. pxrlu-1of nVM atllll.t). In ihv (oii.tliatlon TIniraiLa', he C8nlciril lo Wnnlcn Me r ard caw. I defenaea,the hal leinalH tu term r.f fix month. Clntiehrev. lecnllnir the illtuiiomU In iMIhUcrmctila for la If liwksopil fltxn the i ichuRlto of lalllt. llic block comer Olile'Hi'o nntl ,lclTcron at HiPlriMl) atrdHie I'lilted lttea ialhn. Iho meantime pur bate atn h file-tis- l alrcelt. The illniiiomU ere foiitnl inay trt If a aatlafartory afreemn frm"nrttwa RovernmeiiU on the t whrre DhvU IiIhI itliifcil llirni tvvo.vcar lietween the hgo In plntt) tl;lit of those ulio titid ateall b reached Altl.lr l. the clwel. 'Spam will, upoH Ihe Hgnalure of llir Vrlrr". Ilriiil. HMD, trlenae all Kttoneir of war ire.olll and all peraon. detained ur Impttaintd for oiK,.lnii li. Mr ClinrlrnMnt- New in luniiiiilon with the i luteal otTrnHi (rcuHtjcttooa In Cut and the rhllipi4ti lit iii., Ihe acltem, vvliuac ilmlh la nil- iirrf Itw war with Hip I'l.ltnl Klaiea "IteclplOi-all)the t'nilid Sletr. will ir. iiiitinoctl In a dUpnlch from l,on(!iin, ha nil iwraoHa made pilavi na of war by vvaa lmm In thu citv nml inntlc her fe.ro and will nmlcttake oclnil limit r the nmilo of 1,1ile Wc.tofi tht American reli-aof all fimnlih iitl.nn in obtain the In lha tiandauf Ihv ln.un.rnt. In Cutu uj Ihe Ainrricoii lltfiitcr hi New Or- nt me i rii.iiiii. lion I c.i ii Scitcnilicr IS. 1M9. She vvn "The. Bieiiiineiil of the 1'nlted Bun ntll. tit lla own iwl, rriurn In Hpaln. and iiinrilcil to 1". II l).tvciiiort, from r Hnnln will, .t It. own 111. KOVeimnenl hc vvn tllvoiccd IVhrnnry 15, to Hie Ciillid 8ntea. Tuba, lilt, lettirtl mill ihe I'hlllppltn.. Arrordinr vvlioiii nml llic next dnv- follovvinir he 1'erto I tiro l40. 10 Ihe altuallon of Ihrlr ii.pr.tlii homi-a- . pilaoltera led a. id or cauapit to Ire relp.i.eu whs iiiiirrlcti In .leri'.v t'lly lo Chnrlei U) tlieni, rcappitliely, under ihla artlcl. Miiitluui. dr., who wii kin r lint; In this Arlli'r II. riuiittry. Khr retired from Ihe fctngc The United fltatea nnil Mwln nntuall) lilln'iul.li all claim for liirlrmnliy, mt. onic jenrt iiro. tlenal and Individual, of ctery l.ind, of Cut Hit Dun 'riirniil. KOir itimetil. or of II. ililiena or attnlual the olhil KOicinmnit, tha, tijona. X. V., Jnn. 0. Mr. Chnilei atlaen alnce th. IriKlnnlKrfof the llogcra. npcil 12 jeiir.. of I'ticlilo. C'nl., inay In I'tibn ui.d prior lo Hie lair Ittaurm-llul- i of Ilia pioaent who una vUllinp; Wllllnm lie. tioltla, lavhatiriC of latlllcutioii all ittut), Inrlmlliicwnr claim fur Indemnity coitiiiiltted aiilcldu near Jiinlti Wfdnre-ila- v for a lit awi.t of Illo L'llllml tilatr will adjudbala and nftiiiition li) cutiliiK her tin mi t Klllr the claim" of It cliliiu acnl'ut with it rntT She ".n demenleil .tint iclliHUl.liiil In - tht. and le hi aln were to innhr tin enmlnii- III. .trlloliti)i)KK'l:in Miiie "In conformity 3 wlilt Ihe pruvlamna of t ft ii In ili'trrinliie iicr atmty. Alttclr 1. 2 ind of (hi treat), fpaln In Cuba and ciilt In l'oiiv Hiio Mi l!cv ni'tila was tlinviiio;, the watehetl the et Indira, In th l.lnnd al.d other Una in In In the I'lilllpplniiarclil-piluRi- ) lil in. Vhen lie pill the r;uor upon llic and Irlntid of hclf site tool. It ami went lo her room, nil the building. HJimw, publK toil., nil iii line".prupeny hlhhwa) where he wi fo.iml two hour Inter nhlih, In mid olher immnVMbla ibiifortnlty wllli l.w. btlong to tin., public with her htntl nlmot acvired from her uh btluni; tu thou own of bod; . uuinain. and a bpaln. And II i hrrab) declared thill the I'rltp Vlmip) Klalrlliilted. or rcealon. a the raae mny WmhliiBloit, Jnn. fl Auditor Morria, be, to which th preceding. iHiritRrnph cannot In nil) reapoU Inumlr the the nnvj tlepni linent, hna lamed inopert) or rlglna which b law bvloni; lo tor for prbe moiie-,- - lo Copt. Hip lunieftil poa.fa.loli of , plotierty of nil public Kind", of province., nml nil the crew of the St. Pniil or ptlMito cinbll"hmenl. cirlralaallinl or In the cnplure of the HrltUh ilil"J ilvlo bodliaoruti) oiliar iniorlatloti. I'K'tl capacity to ruqulru and iioshoi. Iteatoritiel. the enroll of whlrli brought pioprtty In thn nforrauld ItrrlioiK-Cnpt. Slgthee recelvea over $l.l.tH0. Ol trdi'd, or of prlmle 'ndlvld-uult- , of whatavrvvr iiatlontillly .itch Indl The ne.t Inrgest ititna go to $ii(i.SH Ii1uiiM mny bo. "The nfurt.iltl rellmiillahment or ctaalnn, the paymntiteraml chnplnln. They get a. lb cno niaj bo. Include all fover-p'hn- a c"0 eneh. The RUtincr'a innte receive ovtlurlvrly rcfrrrltti; lu the t llinitilalie'l or coded Hint may exlul t in dollar, and the snllors bet ween four of Ihi priilnula, Wlirre nml five tlollnn each. In tho nichUr ntiy dncumciil In uclt nicllvi'.jnl) In pnit of mnli to Itlatt will Le ald nrrolgnty, n ropi ahall be Mint li) 'I'lalevca. furnlahcd whenover It pert SW lilRliwnyiiicii Kn Mile hlctiKo, .Inn. 0 riitlrUd. In I.favor of nltall beInrrclprocallv rlpnln riancct nlirred In Ihe archive of Iho llHndof who emUiivoictl to iniike their escape ikcumnnla nboVH referred lo after huv Ing held tip the dry goods torc "In tho foirniild rellnqiilahmrnl or ce II. C T. Iloorinnn.nt B.VjTweiity-drs- t aluti, na tho cne may be, are nlo iiicltuli I of uch ilKlua a the crown of Hpaln mid I's pluce, engaged In n ehootlligufTrny with ntithurltloa posHeaa In reapect of the IMvvuid Wnllner and Julin archive and tccord. executive 't I'otlcriiii'ii well aa judicial. In the lalanda refctrid lo MeCaiiley lluirnlny evening, and both which relate lo ald lalaiida or the rlKht tillk'cr were wounded. Wullticr tiding f their inlialiltanta. Much und property three hours Inter In the ho.pltal. Mo aichlve and record ahnll lie carefully und private peraon hnll nllhout (niiley wa shot In the arm and hip, but dlitlnctlon huvo Die right to reipiltr. In with law. authenticated coidta will ttcovcr. The thieves etcaped. of t e contriicl., will and olhe- - intru-meI'nprra MkiiciI, a forming notarial protocol - lllrai. or whichpari of be contained In Inn may Albuiiy. N. V.. Jan. fl. The governor executlvo or Judicial archive, be Ihe mt. algneil reqiilillion iaptT requested by ter In Hpaln or In the Inlands afore.ald Article the govruor of the atate of Michigan "Hininlah anhjrcln, native of tho of Joseph Ilabelon, Iniula. rrhldlnc In lha territory OMi' which for the extradition from llic .vnciiignii stiite Sraln.by Hie prrseut treaty rllniilialieor who cedia her novrrflEiity. may lemaln In uc'i he was conlllicd upuj t lie terrlioryci nmy imov therefrom, retai.i- - I',"""' wliete Jn- I Julrl ra 'ilWJIfld'inir piihscnjerr-- , were lilood-.tnlned accident occurred there l t nharp curTO In the I.chlgh Valley tracka and a tccp cutting, lint the accident wm duo In tho first place to some terrible mlstnlfo In train or ders, and In the f.econd placei to nnothcr jioxldent that occurred at IknimUirooU enrllcr In the diiy:-Tt- ie that accompanied the collision, Ihi ufTrrtna'eif liititrett nntt the'niintc Indescribawreck of tanThe ble. gled and twisted I run ami wood that was still tin the railroad trneksMontlay vvcll-nlgh 8i ind H ..Inn. WAMHitnio.i, Jan. . hrATr -- The first ic.Nion of the senate after the holiday rccesa of Hollo. )ccupled only 14 minute., although In that orlef time tnoopen selon nnd an executive , -' WAMiiNfiTov. Jan. lO.1'opc iVasiiimitox-- Jnn. 10. A great deal e..ion were held. The gallcrle were filled XIII favors the occupation and control. I "' .hi-i:iii;in cxiuimeu at llic war tie- - with spectators before the senate eonvencd, .f w. thq Philippines by the unjaVpartment rcUtivo to the atato of af- - the general expectation being that the peace of treaty would lm jirenented, The kenatorlal t llolto. it Is admitted that members o( tne peace commission appearce, States, and all tho power amUniiu9"H4f4lr of the Vatican will be Inroked arnonjj f'en, Otis has reported to the depart tn the floor and were glren a hejrty ureetlnj 'aent the facta that were reported to by their colleagues. In tho absence ot tl.o vice the representative of the ctturcn rre.ldtnt, Mr. Kr)e (lie), the president pre this country to expedite tlieraUtlcVtlotijjnlm In turn by lien. Miller, but all tern, called the senate to order. Mr. Frye. whe ' ?,' that can be gathered as to the nature was In the chair. Immediately rrcognttrd Ma) of the peace treaty. Prudent, assistant secretary to the president tho communication Is that It goes to who rrcnented a mcniagcfrcm the president This Information comchdlrectlyxroi of tho most trusted Wend j ton firm tho press reports as to the attit- of Ihe United States. The message contolneel Iloino to one the treaty of I'arl.. On motion of Mr. Dnvlstbe of tho Catholic church In tnU co3Kr'j ude of the Insurgents senate then went Into executive .eislon whom I met In the cnpitol Mondajr.i x There are excellent reasons why tho In order that tho treaty might lie referred tc When the nucstlon of Amcrkantwv jxjfllclnla. nt the war department should the committee on foreign relation. Hoi'aE The home .pent Wednesday I ercignty In the Philippines was It tills stage maintain secrecy as to the the bill to define and punish ctlmct In Alaska and provide a code ot criminal prosuggested the Kitropean rcprcsoHw ItiitructionH governing the movement page, cedure tor tho territory. Sixty-seve- n tlrtaof the Catholic church dtefTHOt tf troops In the Philippines. The situ were completed Wednesday and tho blllwai fovor upon American eWiy ation Is admitted to be critical but not made a continuing order until dl.pnshd of. not look however, to Interfere with appropriation linn trol in tlioso islands. That Wwlcs by any mennn, and It is ex- - or olher apoclal orders, The house srtlourne has bccn'wlpetl out tiy th prpvt out of ve.peot to uie memory ot ine jaie ion. y dcHalrable that the danger of Occupation of th l'hlllppln hr the United State 4 Favoraa by Top I.eo kill. "' '!' th War Department la Vry It.tleent In llH.rd To Matter. In Hi City STATE NEWS Jl33 95 9 9a3 953H 3 9flfl 9M 9 - S. I - S- 9S 3 33'9fl5 3fl'B9fl 9 9fl'95a A 9'' -- y CONFEDERATE VETERANS. tlrtotntion. Adopted Thanking I'raaldent McKlnler for Utterance In HI Atlanta Hperch and Kl.eavherc Minni.KMioito, PRETTY ROMANCE."" Wanderer, Wlin Wa. IlellTil To 11 Waallhy and Xt III Now, llreumr Care for It llllml Itroiher. Dd,, i pt rt leMg ftu"tht3vlclice, llAnnonsnuno, Ky., Jnn. 6. Thirty-fiv- e years ngo a penniless youth wan meeting of the Henry M. Ashley bivouac of Confederate veterans tho fol dered from ills father's home In this lowing resolutions were unanimously county and Ion ago wos given up for dead by his relatives for all their adopted: I, That we extend our heartfelt thanks to searching for him was in vain. Ono McKinley, tor hi our president, Hon. William by ono his relatives passed over uttered In hi noble and patriotic word ot death, until an only spceche at AllnnUi nd olher point during the river to tell tha brother remained. lit reeent tour nt the south lla herty sup story. Ills name In DuvnU ltrndley. i. That thl blvou e ided htyLSvA. a, cltvid port to htm In alt measures that, looKlolhewp- lien hla broVtv.it,, Ky., Jan. 8. At u i cmn-l.eu- l. n- WH-)Hlh- 11 U- lc copy-rian- t, lot fr -' e Ihiii imirn itfrlun I1 fi men-han- . r.t r - pi-- 1 1 night bore witness to the truth of the general verdict of railroad men that tills was tine of the wont collisions in recent years. Train No. U') which left Miamokin, l'a., at 7 n.m was so heavy with human freight thai It hail to be broken The llrst two secInto three section.. tions arrived at Itouudbrook. snitched over to tho other track, switched back nt Newmarket and rcnclicd New York In safety. Tho third section of this train wan almost au hour late. Its seven cni a were crow dctl with too limit of them from Mount ("nrtnel mid" Miamtikin. Mnhunoy I'lty, linzeltoit. Aslilnml and l'ottsvillc, l'a. Their trnln huitrlii'd over at Hound-broo- k nntt procccelcd. like the preceding sections on the wcstlaiuntt track. Mcanw hllc there had born waiting nt Newmarket a local train that pllcn regularly between Now York nml llomulhrook. Its nuiiibcr en th- - schedule is 71 nnd it wai line in lloundbrook at ll:.VJa. in. .lust before reaching West Ilttncllpn Engineer Kick slow eel his train down, there because be stops fur are any. Martin ltrcnunu. the signalman, threw up his arms and wavcel them, as If to say there were no passengers so the local put on steam and headed round the curve, going tit about 25 miles an hour. There w ere only four passengers on the local. In the c ill of t!.c exetiraidn train wasJames I'remletgast. the engineer, with his tircman, tleorgo Cheshire. They saw the local as it started on the Willi shrieking whistle and curve. brnkes grinding sparks from tho w heels the excursion train lioro down sif towliaVM-eiiii-dgrtHindestruotli.t- the free exercise of religion Philippines as In Cuba and Klco. The treaty also contains antee thnt the property In these belonging to the church shall taken from It by tho ITnltcd government. Jir the i ailO?tasearva)aasaijaw. flainn rany?ycar,4-',HM- J Pticrte fully artcct the excitable Kllipl a guar- Is bcllev-yj- l thnt fien. Otis Is framing a islanth plan of campaign which will result in not be the extension of his control over the States Island of Vanay, nt least withont ictual hostilities or, if it must come to WERETHE GUESTS OF HONOR. I'rraldaot and Met. lrKlnlr tllvaa an Klatrorate lllnn.r to M.mh.r. of th I'arla Teae Cntntnlaalonera. Wahiiimito.v, Jan. 10. President nnd Mrs McKinley gave an clnlioratc dinner at the white house Monday night, at which the members of the Paris peace commission were the guesth of honor. Invited to meet them were the tncinlicrs of the cabinet, senators nnd representatives In congress nnd a number of the ofllccrs of the army and navy who took. prominent parts In the war, including Maj. Ocns. Shatter and Wheeler and Adms. Sampson and Schley and ("apt-- Kobley I). ETans. The table was t with Its usual effectiveness In the main corridor, with round plaques of green orchids for center pieces and pink nnd yellow shades around the candles walls and east room and public parlors were decorated in n beautiful manner. se-- RIOTERS AT PANA ON TRIAL. Klevan 1'lraded Utility and Wer S.ntenced Mlnp Operator. Orvlll and lnn- - well'a Trial lla laia Tue.day. Paxa, 111., Jan. 10. Seventy miner and citir.cns charged with rioting were arraigned in court Monday. States Attorney Humphreys tiolllcd ft'J of the cases while 11 plcadetl guilty nnd were given sentences Tho trial of Mine Operator Orvlllo and Maxwell Pen- simimoneel. li- - i ptlll o arfrir., tw Haa-t- v aul-Ji- . ir - The pnsrngprs alnnnetl nt Iho e'on-ti- n mil whistle, opened the winsuatcheel their dow: mothers men arms; their elitlilren 111 but theT seats started fni.n before thry hid time to find out what was the matter they were- hurled headlong, knocked seiiseU''. and many The two engines killed outright. from which Iroth crews had jumped, came together with mi awful crash. The excursion train was probably at about 15 miles an hour. Tho local engine, as if tripped in ita faster (light, turned a complete somersault and came crushing down bcsldo its now demolished obstruction. Hut Its career was not ended liefore It had 'annuel the tender of the excursion train almost, from eino end to the other of the llrst car from .shnmokln. The tender stopped a few seats from Tho car or what was the rear door. left-eiit. rolled over, carrying with it the Imbedded tender, the fragments o! n ilovn bodies and tho Imprisoned wounded, who had been carried with the Jaggeal iron on its relentloxs course through the coach. It was in the Hist car of the excursion train that all the deaths and most of the casualties occurred. Tho other ears though their occupants, were badly shaken, stayed on the track ami were in condition to be hauled olT. The baggage ear in front of the Ureal train was rather badly smashed up. morning says The Herald Tuc-dathat the of those wounded in the collision at Dunellcn, N. J., died during the night, making the totnl dead lb. g f Jr..'orJiniillllis0JU2JLtaUo4a liovo i""T vcr&O I ti?tay. Pneumonia continues to rage among tho coleirod miners death occurring daily. A heav.v provost guard is still on duty in the Negro and union miners' residence districts Arrests forearrylng concealed weapons are numerous as ever. non-unio- n CONGRESSMAN. H. LEWIS. The Itepre.eiitatlv From Washington May Io.e III. S.al In the lloua on Account of Service In Hi Army. Wamii.noion, Jan. 10. Representative James Hamilton hew Ir, of Washington, may lose his seat lu congress on account of militnry service during the war with Spain, hike several of his associates in the house, Mr. Lewis wits anxious to servo In tho army during the venr, but he was enrefiil not to accept a comHo con-ee- l mission in the volunteers ed the idea of being detailed from the national guard of Washington, in which organization he holds the rank of colonel, believing that by to doing he would not forfeit his seat in Uie house. .I.ihii It- - Mr!. an Crll 10. aulr-lecl- WENT OVER A EMBANKMENT. lnc Traction Car 11 onus rnniitiiageablaaiiil Toppled Ir.er htovo llpaet. and Severn! I'ia..riicer. Were llarned. John It. McLean, owner of the Cincinnati is dangerously sick at Ills palatial home on Fifteenth street. He has hiccoughs He sulTered from them scvernl days last week, but the distress ceased Friday. Since then they have Monday morning his friends resumed. were alarmed. Doctors nnd nurses arc in constant attendance. The disease is superinduced by gout and stomach troubles Amendment tn Monday Hi Wslll.s(iro., Jan. rill) lu. Naval Appropriation Hill. Oal-llng- er -- ., PlTTiutlioi:, J:m. 10. A Monongahela traction ear becitmi' unmanageable near Huqitcsnc, Pa Monday mid went over a 25 foot embankment near Kan-ki- n bridge. When the ear toppled over the stove upset and several passenger were burned. Thorn seriously hurt were: Charles Mrt'ullough, conductor, W. .1. Dalley, Mrs W. J. Dailcy, Peter I.udi, Anton I.ttdi. 10. Senator I.uey died', three days later his offered nn amendment also died, nnd tho youngest son, to the naval appropriation bill appro- Sam, was burled tho following priating SJ.000,000 to pay theolliccts day. evening word Monday und men of the navy and marine corps reached here that the only remaining the bounty or other allowances due member of the family, the grandthem under Section 1,035 of the Re- mother, Mrs Worlcy, Is also dead. vised Statutes for the capture or All have tiled from the same disease, of ships or vessels of war pneumonia. A married son who lives during the war with Spain. in Johnson county is the only one left. Wahiiixotos, Jan. Last his iioltrhbors supported him. Hon oflered by Mr. Hoar (Mass), dlrccllnt nlon, that wrbellevo tho manhood of the south a letter from his tc can be maintained without being put upon the week he received on foreign relation tho committee report to the senate whether the treaty ol pension rolls brother, John Ilradley, once a penni o I'arl makes any provision for the claims ol 4. Hut If Ihe people of the north should less wanderer, but novr a wealthy cltizcni of tho United States against Spain magnanimous enough to put our poor He bade his which were In existence before the present upon the pension payroll, we see no reason merchant of St. Louis war and the stulut of such claims after the blind brother come live with him tho treaty was adopted. Mr vi by u e should notnciept- the warfare, thcri with tho least possible ratification of continued und practically con5. We rejoice that our common country I rest of his days, and Thursday mornCaffery (La.) exposure of dlio American troops cluded his speech begun before the holiday re- ruled by a man so bread minded nnd patriotic ing ho left for the great western mil Wo also rejoice that In opposition to tho pending Nicaragua as William McKinley. Probably the' first step in this cam- cess tropolis bill. the soulh took such an active part In the late paign has been taken by this time in canal Will llravet Col. Ca.tlem.n. Hofsr Tho Judiciary committee hd the Spanish war. and we tako especial pride In Joe of a camp on the right of wuy In the house for three hours Wheeler nnd Kltihugh Lee. the establishment Locisvii.LE, Ky., Jan. 5. Col. John Thursday and quite a number of bills of minor Island of (iulamaras lying only n few II. Castlcman, of the 1st Kentucky volImportanco reported from the committee were llsb tuil Criminal Act Stand. miles from Hollo, and easily accessible passed. The remainder of tho day w occuunteers is to receive the brevet rank Fhamcfokt, Ky., Jan. 9. The court to war ships This probably will bo pied In continuing the consideration of the bill of brigadier general for meritorious law Ahskv Some 31 made the linse eif operations If hostili- to codify the disposedof of, making S3 In of appeals decided that lien Herndon, service in page wcro Porto Itico. A board of ofties become unavoidable. Thcgovcrn-men- t, nlL A section In the bill copied of Fayette county, must serve n life ficers consisting of Gens Swan nntt prostatutes of Oregon. the however, has not abandoned from punishment by tine and Imprisonment sentence in the penitentiary because lioynton nnd Col, Carter, adjutant genviding hope that a peaceful solution can be of persons who rrevent or endeavor to prevent he has been convicted three times of eral, which has been considering tho rmploje from working, aroused a protracted three separate crimes the penalty in reached. matter of officers entitled to brevets ground that It was an attack on case being a life sentence, but government's instructions sent debam on the The organlteil labor. It wa finally stricken ouU cither has recommended that Col. Castlcman up by the Judiciary all three together constituting what to (Jen. Miller nt Hollo were to land The following bills called be breveted. Secretary Alger has addiwere ind get In communication with the committeecircuit passed To provldo Third lias been termed "an habitual crim- brought the recommendation of tho Judges for the tional insurgents This Is as far ns hi and Sixth Judicial districts, to regu- inal." Hcrndon's attorneys raised the board to the attention of President Mcterms of court In the eastern point thnt the statue providing a life Kinley, who orders have gone, except that when late the Tennessee und has directed the nominathe district of llutte. of he has established communication district to amend the revised statutes sn as to sentence for a third conviction was un- tion of Col. Citstlcman for the brevet Mont., with the insurgent ofllclals and people allow the Untied Hute Ave peremptory chal- constitutional. grade. he Is to make public the purposes of lenges In criminal cases, to permit shipownFound Utility of Murder. May Not Take an Appall. er to file Indemnity bonds; to allow legally the United States. Not a shot Is to appointed guardians ot Insane person to prosMi'sroiuisviu.n, Ky., Jan. 0. In the Fhankfort, Ky., Jan. ,V It is possibe fired by the forces of this country ecute latent claim and to release the Inter-- n New Orleans, case of Prof. .1. W. McClurc, Indicted ble that the litigation testing the vatlonal Cotton Tress Co. nnlcss they arc attacked or until fur- from liability for IJ.sM of of Internal revenue with I'.ev. Orcetgory Doyle for tho al- lidity of the (loebcl ch-otlo-n !.iw ended ther orders arc given from here. This taxes, Wasiiiqio. Jan. J SrsATE Immediate leged murder of Miss Lydla Ilrachcr, when the court of appeals rendered Its programme was agreetl upon between ly the Jury Saturday returned a verdict decision recently, holding the law. alter the senile convened I'rldiythe resoMcKinley mid Secretary Alger several lution offered Thursday by Mr Hoar tMas.) after being out four hours finding Mc- - valid. One of the leading attorneys ago. Secretary Alger was at the calling on the president for Information as to days who Clttre guilty of murder nnd fixing his for the republicans said Wednesday of the commissioner the Instruction white house for some time Monday negotiated the treity at I'arl together with punishment at confinement in the peni- that he understood that no petition for ittcrnoon. He stated In the most em- all correspondence and reports relating to tentiary for life. The trial of Doyle a rehearing will be filed in the appe'. the senate. terms that no alarming news their work was laid before commissioners, began Saturday morning. phatic lac court. He also said that the conCbatrmsn Ilivts. one of the ias come from lien. Otis and that he desired that li be referred to the census of opinion among lawyers on II Will Itrmsln In Manila. lid not believe a shot hail been tired so foreign relations committee, but Mr Hoar Inside is that the case can not be apns much right to had that the Drake C that Vy.nHAll.t.r.s, Ky Jan. far, or that ono would be fired. Ho Is sisted Informatlcn senatethe members of the foras pealed to the federal courts as It is not such jontident thai Oen. Miller will he eign relation committee and that the presi Italley, a Versailles boy, who Is a mem clear that a federal question I in able to handle, the situation success dent should It- determine whether the senate ber of the 1st Colorado infantry, U. S. volved. should have - The resolution was adopted In V., now stationed in the Philippines Hollo eiret session. In support of the resolution fully and obtain control of Ovre l la Hundred -- srs O'.l. lie Is of the I offered some time ago by Mr. Vest iMlssourl) I writes that he is so much pleased with without bloodshed. Siir.i.PYVii.l.v, Ky., Jan. 7. John opposition expansion. Mr buslncr.s prospects at Manila that he to insurgents have been tn optnton'lhat the Caflery tLoulslana) delivered an extended Heflcrman, sr., the oldest resident ot 0 1QK imposeel upon tnai nicy ore speech, At the conclusion ol Mr. Cnffery's ar- will locate there when he is raustereel this county, died Friday afternoon at gument Mr. Morgan (Ala.) announced on be out. Ills mother, Mrs Satllo T, lialley, naturally ausmclous und fear the the resilience. of, )iilauyhter, ,..MrJ. aialf of JrMnrtrrra-aaUortlipl- r r atroriK ceptan IbaiKlearajru canal rommlttee, Haa MC, of tlififpnccvT I pre paring"" to"Joln"icr Margaret O Donneli, near Ui.s place. in amoninesi mrmor ineamenunjeni. holds Into the hands of the United offered by Afr. Herry herore tne holiday lo tne son there In the spring. 101 years He wns born In Ire pending canal bill. The amendment were not States land, but had lived here for the past parsed upon by the senate. fllllxrt I. tlalher.n; flats The policy to be adopted now is a Horsn The antl-clv- ll service reformer. He was very active nil FliAMiFoiiT , Ky., Jan. 5. Congress half century. gentle one. Persuasion w III be used scored a victory In the house Friday The man-elec- t G. (J. (iilbcrt is looking up his life and had only been sick for the legislative, executlre and Judicial appropriaThat will be the last tion bill wns taken up for consideration, and before powder. He could easily thread n data to be used in the defense of his past neck. resort, and Secretary Alger is optimis- when the upproprlillon for the civil service claims to n scat in congress from the needle and sew until confined to his in his views that it will never be commission w a reached, Mr. Krans frep Kv i Eighth district, which has been con- bed a few days ago. tic It out. The motion to necessary. The president, it is said, teaden motionout strike nara by carried to strike tested by cfingressmru Davidson. DaHe.plted From I'rnltent'arr. tlso views the situation in a similarly row majority This was In committee ol vidson claims that the gerrymander reFiiANKFOltT, Ky., Jan. 5. Gov. Hrat'.-Ic- y whole, where no record Is made ol He believes that the hopeful manner. the vote. Mr. Moody irep .Muss.), gave notice duced the district's voting population Wednesday afternoon respited less that he would demand a record vole In the become will the Fillpinoi below the federal apportionment. Fount Tnnkersley, of Garrjrd county, suspicious when they understand more house where the friends cf the civil service law expect to reverse the decision. Those whe nnd Amos It rooks of JctTerson county, fully the intentions of this country, advocated the motion to atrlke out Itlovvil a CaiiitltlMte. they having been adjudged insane. Ex-HoKvans (rep.. Ivy ). (Jrosvenor (rep. believes that careful work on the 0. lie Locisvif.LK, Ky., Jan. (rep Hepburn part of prudent olllcials will convince O.) CO. Urown(rep.. la )O ). Llnney Marsh John Young liroivn will, It Is said, in Tankersley Is serving a life sentence and N. (rep.. for murder, and Ilrooks is in for IS the Filipinos of the earnestness of the (rep. Ill) Its opponents wcro Messrs. Moodv less than a week, announce his candiI nited States and of the purpose of (rep. Mass.) Hopkins (rep , 111.), l'lemlng dacy for the democratic nomination years for manslaughter. The respite Go.). re(rep.. I'n ) Henderson tins government to protect their lives (dcm.. la.) and Hroslus (rep , In.) Senator is conditional, so that Iwith shall be refor governor of Kentucky. (rep.. Ilolllvcr and property. (loebcl has been in the field for some turned to the penitentiary when Wsshimiton. Jen. leased from the asylum. Mvmi.a, Jan. 10. The situation Is proved to be nn Interesting day In the senate, time, and n pretty fight is promised. principal subject under discussion being rapidly approaching a climax and it is the oonstltutlonnl right of the United State Appn ntment. Hr Gov. Ilradley. the I.egl.lntlve Candidate. just possible Hut Tuesday will seo a to carry Into effect tho policy of expansion. FltANKFoitT, Ky.. Jan. 5. Gov. IlradC. B. it. The leading speaker was Mr. Hoar (rep., Mr. Lkmnoton, Ky., Jan. peaceful solution. ley Wednesday afternoon appointed a speech In support ot Meanwhile all sorts of alarmist ru- Mss). who delivered Nichols Hi 1 become a candidate for the following board of visitors for tho Hi resolution Introduced by Mr Vest (dcm . mors arc In circulation. The Fnltcd Mo.i .Velarlng It to be in opposition to the democratic nomination ns representaPerKentucky military institute: country to states authorities are taking every constitution for this be governed require tive from Fayette county In the next manent, Charles T. Italian!, James F. p foreign territory to Mr. Nichols is a prosper- lluckncr nnd W. It. Hnldcman, precaution; the troops in quarters arc of colonies. Mr I'tutt. at the ronclu-slc- n legislature. address briefly replied to ous farmer. of Mr. Hoar' under arms nnd the Californians have Gen. Fayetto Louisville; annual, disome points of the speech which had been disembarked from the transports Hewitt and Dr. V. V. Williams Frankrected espcclillv ut him. Mr Caffrey concludol. l: I F. MeOntli Dead. The natives it is reported, have ed his speech In opposition to the Nicaragua Col. Morris 11. llclnap and Judgo FitANKKonT, Ky., Jan. 9. Col. Ed F. fort; I bill, but an effort to Itx a time fur .i vote been onlercd not to work for the run James S. Pirtlc, Louisville. upon It failed McGrath, of Covington, deputy warden titicricans nnd tho employes in the House--- ! he house Monday reversed the To Trv Cniel Con. piracy Ca.r.. enrumissary department have gone on decision of tho committee of the whole last of the Frankfort penitentiary, died nt FftANKroitT, Ky., Jan. 7. In states the suoporl when the appropriation Many natives nro leaving the Friday civil aervlce commissionforwas stricken l:l!0 o'clock Sunday morning uf llrlght's a strike. of the He had been in fulling health fiscal court Friday morning Judgo it y. legislative exe.-utlv-e and Judicial disease. outot fie Cantrill overruled the demurrer of defor several months Maj. lien. Otis however, has the appropriation bill. Incommlfee where members do not go on record, the appropriation fendants in the now noted conspiracy whole situation thoroughly In hand. I Inr 11 lira.. Have Ilia Grip (II was stricken out by a vote ot cases against the coal companies of Monday when tha roll was to 61 Lkxinoton, Ky., Jan. 0. An epidemic the state enpltai. The cases will now ONLY ONE MEMBER IS LEFT. called the appropriation wns restored the motion to strike out being defeated M to 110 Tho of grip has broken out to an alarming be tried and conviction and heavy house Monday by special order decided to pro- extent among fine horses of this secOr. Manga m ami Four of 111 Family Ul fines are certain. Tills is the first case ceed with the consideration of tho naval perThoroughbreds especially are of this kind tried in the state. Fnltcd nf Pneumonia nt M.tropolla, III., In sonnel bill a soon a the bill for the codltlca-lio- n tion. Many valuable mares arc of the law of Alaska was out of the way. sutTcring. I.e.. Than Three Week. States Senator Lindsay represents tho About 70 additional pages ot the latter bill dropping their foals on account of it. defendants Monday, leaving ulmoat ItUpagci Mktiiopolis HI-- , Jan. 10. December were covered still undisposed of Itlllway Engine llltchnl. To lb velnn Kaolins :0th. Dr. II. Y. Mangam, a prominent T. H. Hr.MiKiifKi.v, Ky., Jan. 0,-- Tho Coasting Acohlent. Tomi'ki.nhvii.lk, Ky., Jan. fl, A Chi- pneu1'itizen of this county, died of Ithaca, N. Y Jnn. 10. As a result ,t St. L. Passenger train, duo hero cngo aynillcnfet lin ptirehnspil kaollno" monia, 21 hours later his daughter wife of a coasting accident on University from Louisville at 12:55 p. m Jumped mineral near Fountain ltun, Ky., and iHMhrir 4m WWS S'ZFtHI 7 'JI ft rsl r 7l ) : '. 1 fc-.- s' acd hill. .!., Trautschold, of Mont Clnlr, N. the track nt a switch connection. The engine was ditched and is badly wrecked. No other damage was done. students were seriously injured and tIiikiioil Mm DroiTiird. are now in Cornell infirmary. TrautNmmiibt. Ky.. Jan. 9. An unknown schold sustained concussion of the man was drowned at Mill bottom Sunbrain and his recovery is not certain. day while skating, and ncores of perThe condition of tho other two stu- sons received a ducking by falling Into dents Is favorable. a holo in a pond. It. K. (!. Starr, of San Francisco, nnd H. 1). Hay, of Chicago, atl Cornell the mineral, which is extensively used in the manufacture of porcelain and china. Farmer 1'nll. FiiANKFonT, Ky., Jan. 5. Lewis A. Truinbo, a farmer, of this county, filed a voluntary petition in bankruptcy Wednesday! Liabilities 814,000 and assets S12.000. II gh l'r ei e Sl(-lic- huv-Iii- k Mnlbar Snp.rlor'. Filal Fall. lira. a lUnd for tluam. St, Louis. Jnn. 10. Sister Margaret Wahhimtion, Jnn. to, The navy de- Newman, mother superior of the Urstt-llnpartment has decided to allow the convent, nt Twelfth street nnd naval station at (itiam n full brass Russell avenue, was killed by falling baud und tho equipment bureau ban from a third-storwindow to the stone been authorized to procure tho instru- pavement. Her skull wos fir.ctured ments and sl'.lp them on the Yosiinito Deceased was 115 yearn old. e y It. Washington, Jan. 10. Miss Clara Kmory, daughter of the late Hen. William 11. Kmory, and a niece of Commander Huiory, of the navy, has decided to go on thu stage. Her family Ml., llinory to Mag An Iowa Hank Untitled. has not yet consented. Secretary Hay Improving. tlocu-ircnt- when she starts for the Islands Ia Jan. 10. The Farmers' bank of Invvood has been robbed of $2,000. Tho vault w as entered and the safe was blown open with The robbery was evidentexplosives. ly the work of professionals, who entered and left the town on n handcar. ItotK ItAi'iiis, YVnr mi lllllid Tiger.. Hkmikh'ov. Ky., Jan. ".Thirty-liv- e witnesses were before the grand Jury from Corydon testifying ns to tho blind tigers which ore being run in Commonwealth Attorney tli.it town. Flourncy said that ho would break them up if it cost the state $10,000. Ilrlii'-iLam-acTHd t) Jct llrldgp Formed. Niauaiia Fai.i., N. Y.. Jan. 10. A beautiful Ice bridge linn formed at tho falls and thousands have viewed the formation, which is rapidly galp'tig lu lln.lne.. Illoek llurned. 10.-Au n o- l. on-ape- ln n elthprpvtntalUlisirrialillVil'rvP-'vuurK- r "t .ihiBihij .;,..,. Trillion In llienkruptry. 1'. ice of Wire and Wire Nalla A leaned. New Wire Trim. Foul l'lay ttnapeet'it. OiuASiiniio, Ky.. Jan. 10. Frank M. Nkw Yoiik, Jan. 10. The American CLEVELAND, 0 Jan. 10. As a result CiiAm.KMti.sf, W. Vu., Jun. 10 Tho Steel and Wlro Co., of New Jersey, in llyersot Christian county, lias filed hit dead bodies of an aged couple limned of the completion of the "wire combine," an ndvnneo of - per the name of tho new trust which will petition lu bankruptcy in the t'nlted Htisscnbarger were found nlong a States court here. Assets, nothing. ton for wire and wire nails was an- absorb tho old trust nnd all large lonely road In the vicinity of impossiIlarb Liabilities S4.115. II. (J. Petrle, ol Tho Cincinnati concerns nounced here Monday. It is Vu., into Sunday night. creditor, tilt Foul ble to buy wire rexls In the market Wire Fence Co. is ono of the concern" Elkton, Is tho principal play lit suspected, amount due him bring given as S.'.OOC taken in. in tlilo part of the country, the "com, i (lirilner Moil In ilia I7ih ItnuiuL bine'' having absorbed all the rod 1 .mla.ril From (lorernment Service. III. Face Filled Willi Shot. Nr.w Yoiik, Jan, 10. The fight beIIi.MiKHhON, Ky., Jan. 10. Ilcrmat) mills Washington, Jan. 10. Second Astween Oscar Gardner, tho Otnaba kid, sistant Engineer W. J. Sedgwick, of Jewel, aged 10 years, tried to climb 8 Aticuata Mtov Merohaiit liead. and Dave Sullivan, of Ireland, ended the revenue cutter service, lias been fence, when the hammer struck, llrliif, AL'OUhta, Ky J mi, 10. William disastrously for thn later in the litli fihoi dinl dismissed from government service by his gnu. .His facowas filled with n tin and stove merchant, round before the I.euox Athletic club h tb rvvovery la doubtful, and order of the president. Monilny of lienrt trouble, up.' M, Hominy night, Sout-kld(Hen-woo- strength and solidity. Wkst Uiia.ncii, Mich., Jan. entire block of the business portion this town was destroyed by fire It started In a small gruei store In thu center of the block. of y. M"ii-da- rv Four Head, s.ven Injured. Washington, Jan. 10. Secretary Sihnkv, Neb., Jun. 10. Four deaths Hay, who has been confined in his house for several days with a touch of and Injury to seven people were caused thu grip, was slightly better Monday by a wreck on the I'nlon Pacific at 15 miles cast of here Monday and wns able to spend some timu at the morning. state department. Mi-na- Violated His I. qnue Lair, Hi.NKKiisoN, Ky., Jan. 7. John W. tion was visited Thursday night hy a deluge of sleet and snow which has Snider was fined SJ50 lu the circuit forced the electric plant to shut down, court Friday for violation of the liquor laws leaving the city lu darkness Mytarlous Itnrlal. llnggns Car on l'ire. founts.. Ky., Jan. 0.- - A fresh grave . Tlio west(ivvi.Nsnoiio, Ky., Jan. was discovered in Mcllargue cemetery bound mall on the L. 11. X St. L. train fire in hero Thursday. Investigation showed No. 51 was badly damaged by contain a white baby burled In a the baggage car. Knggageman A. C. It to is asleep ufter leaving llawes-vill- hardware box. The parentage Muson fell near Powers ho and, awakening Many llrlha From Ulplilberl. found the whole of the car in flames Ky., Jan. 7. DiphHorKlNHVll.l.K, Id suit of n I'jral.t p Stroke. theria is raging in sections of this KlCHMOMi, Ky., Jan. 7. Mrs Sallie Many neaths are reported at r county. White Kussell, aged M years only Fruit Hill, three children dying in one John of former Congressman dally Deaths ate family. White,-diehero asa result of a para.-lyti- c places. from '.iffr-ren- t StroUd c, sis-led With s prt nod Siniw. Ky., Jan. 7. - This sec- c. l'ald. Giikkn, Ky., Jan. 0. Mayer, of Cincinnati, Thursday, became the purchasers of $140,000 Warren county of bonds The price paid was 10d and accrued interest, said to be the highest price paid for county bonds in this state for several years Howling i four-per-cc- Ufi.y y.r . --..- r'.rf. .Vii. i't'."'l'r'i , r ' o' ia"P' "mt sy s" we- -a v ' ' a trr -- , , 5SS!?Ewnw- - i .:". cm . u 9 w . .., ... - .. . ,,-- . I. aa73." -- s&JKaT i t&sto&Gmter x-ihd- '", 5r . - , aki-- . i. JTOTTMNMPBaRTt $ r ti',' Tr" ; ', i' - ' . - ni ' kukdttmimmimumiiv-ihi- h j44Jmi!. , iW .!jJti.JiU'ji'J, g -- THE HICKMAN COURIER, Good Bye tlcore Wnrreiw ICY., to Civil Servico Roform. Destruction of the nnlnv. Editor Arnantn, of the Havana ltoconcontrado, insists that Zaca-riaRrosmee, a favorito of Wey. ter, Is the party responsible for the destruction of tbe Maine, nnd ho seems satisfied that ho can convlnoo the world of tbe truth of bis charge. Now that Spanish ralo has from Havana, Editor In bis paper has beou tlnlli developing his charges and giving tho factH and circumstances upon whloh hn bases bis belief. Hut ho did not wait until Span ish control was ended to make these charges. They were tuudo while Gen. Hlauco wns in command, and an effort wns made to arrest Ilranme" and bring him to trial. But liresmes had influential friends who the to bring hi in before tbe courts, so that the complaint could be legally made, and, assisted by General Arolus, who used every means to place the blame for the loss of tho ship upon Cant. Sics- bee, liresmes, when the protocol wbb elitued, was harried on board the transport Cnvndongaand sent to Spain, where he now is. Arnanto presents lu his paper many peculiar circumstances rein tlve to Bresines' conduct during llio dav and evening tho Maine was destroyed; he quotes conversations of Urea in ea which heavers he can prove, and predictions ho olaims were made that very day by Brestnes which, if he can sub stantiate them, go far to bear oat tbe truth of his charge, thai tbe atrocious deed was accomplished uuder tbe directions of Brestnes and his accomplices. If a clue has been famished, and in Havana the Cubans believe it has been, it should be followed, and though the Americans in Havana are not yot williug to accept entirely the beliefs nf Aruaato and the Cubans, they, with Capt. Slgsbee, incline to tho belief that the mystery will yet bo solved and tbe criminal held up to the scorn of tbe civilized world. Should tbe charge be legitimately fastened upon Brestnes, it will be Spain's duty to bring blm to trial, ami tbe civilized world would exert such a pressure that Spain would be unable to refuse. s d Ar-nnut- o side-tracke- .Mure KvConff df rate g object to I'eV. SlOIIH. The Omnlverons Traits, Tho bill of The ole in the House, Friday HICKMAN, Inst, striking out any pay for tho FKIDAY, JAN. 13, 1699. Chfl Servico Commissioners, is prnlmlily tho doom of Civil Serv. Of course tho salurj To Annex Canada. Ice Reform in the Senate, iiiH.v ho reinserted nre tinny who believe, and but tho vote, 07 to 02, shows the There are publishing their opinions, that sentiment of Congress, and doubtChiihiIh is certainly ilriftliiR to- less the sentiment of tho country. The Civil Soivico reforms pro ward annexation to the United It is more convenient for nosed are cood. and honestly on States. tho people of Canada to trndo' forced would bring about groat with the people of this country Improvement in the public service, than with the far off lirltishers, Indeed, in some features the pub ntid it is paid that our trade in tho lie service has been much improv-aggregat- e with Canada largely ex- - ed over what is commonly called oeeilo that of England. This Sat the 'Vpoils ejslein." The pltiici ter fact disproves the now so oft. pie of holding and obUiuing puben repeated fallacy that "trade al- lic ofllco through n system of ways follows the flag." There is 'merit" is good and must always already a large element in Canada be good but, when tho law is a who favor annexation to the Unit mere pretense, or Inrgelx so, it States, and if Congress will estab sinks Into disrepute. The Govlieu freer trade relations, com ernment of the United States is a merco will do tbe rest, and Cnnn government by political parties, da will drop Into Uucle Sum's lap and to presene the proper and bv the free will and consent of needed checkmates, the one party her own people, without the fttlngl agauiat the other, It is right that North Carolina for the providing for the pensioning of Confederate soldiers meets with extretno up. posltlou from nil parts of tho. South, nnd has provoked especially great hostility from the old soldiers themselves. Many pe, tillnns nro being received by Southern Uenntors nnd Itepresou tatives protesting against the passage of tbe bill The following resolution adopted at Ooala, Via, which has come to Representative rHildsnn, from that State, g n fair sample of the general ntt. tilde of the Confederates toward me measure: ..... CO, Senator Butler of Trusts control the Industrial of this o o a n t r y. When a man builds a house, tho nails that hold It together are from the Nail Trust capitalized at tho oil to mix tho paints is from the Linseed Oil Trust, capitalized at 818,000.000, and tho window glass Is from the Atnerl can Window Glass Trust, capitalized at $20,000,000. To light it up al night the match is struck from the Diamond Match Trust capitalized at 1.000,000. and tho nil In the lamp Is from tho Standard Oil Trout capitalized at D7,r(M),(MW You ennunt play n (ramn of cards 1 People. Particular their clothing J. anMWnKjyflEwT made to measure and have should know that we have the sole agency in this city for the matchless productions of L. GATZGRT & CO., Chicago, engaged exclusively for more than Thirty Years in Fine Tailoring, Kim4 IIBitM 'vTftrf0frP,Nl!' U.C.y.,of mK to express our opposition to of oar Southern Coii- gresstnen or members of Congress procure pensions or other f4 any effort uiony aro again restored between he sections of our Union, and bethev will be perpelunted, marred by Indiscretion, de- - Knunui ium j.rnuo ana tir. P II IMMII IUILJ the United Playing Card Trust. capi- th!gcil Bl 3tBoo.ooo, you cannot H drunk on red ilciuor without pHtronlzIng the Whiskey Trust capitalized at f 28.000,000; you , Rf, sick without wanting to mronlie tbe Wholesale Drug-sirvu Trust capitalized at I2S.000.. no: you eannot shoot contributing to tho Am-tu,ilon Manufaolnfers' Trust onp- - KIIIIUUI s Sta-e- We cordiallv invite our friends and the general public to favor us with a call and imaged SsAitrt's immense line of TCwitiA SaW mq "VD'uvUt SfctrvrAti from which we are prepared to make to order Eldflant Suits, Handsomo Overcoats 3V mm can-lleyln- g Stylish Pantaloons T?o&bVV& e w,,t yourself f,. ocs Ttoces We Guarantee Absolutely to Fit and Please You In Every Respect. o of a gun. lit should beau. And, therefore, ' the political party in power should Wnat the Unltea States tSonght' have the right to select its agents lor officers to properly exeoute its " - The cession of the Philippine Islands wi.t be ratified. The regular U. S. army will be increased, nnd Posts open where young men can enlist. Tbe volunteer army is being mustered out. Aguiualdo and tbe insurgents say they are going to fight. The United .States most and THE BEEF SCANDAL. will control. In its usual vigorous style, the So a big job is open for those Memphis Commercial Appeal thus who wish to enlist in tbe army arraigns tbe beef concerns that and help bold these Islands. One Blessing from Cuba. palmed off rotten meat upon tbe army: The Confeds. Don't Want It. Gnbaand Porto Rico, and more "The scandal over tbe beef conSo far, all Confederate Camps tracts for tbe army has been pretespecially the capitol Cltyof have been pestilential nests and Associations of Confederate ty well aired, and it appears that Western beef concerns of yellow fever for more than 200 soldiers that have made anv ex. unwholesome beef which furnished was poisyears, and by proximity a contin- pression nt all on tbe subject, onous and which caused much ual menace ana danger of the bave been very decided and env sickness aud suffering and some spread of that disease through tbe phatio in disapproving the una. deaths. The beef was poisoned Southern Sea Coast Cities of the'gestlon or Senator Butler and instead of cored because it was cheaper to poison than to cure United States. Tbe epidemics others, that Confederate soldiers beef, and the packing houses de bave cost our people thousands! be placed on the Pension lists of sired to make large profits. Tnere of Urea and million nntl wilUona IU0 Unlletl Btatea. They don't la oae praaiieaf anil commou way with theso of dollars It is believed that want these pensions. They make nals, of dealing praotical and crimiand tbe com. these Islands now being under the most respectful and courteous rrton sense way ought, it would the control of the United States, expression of appreciation for tbe seem, to be followed. If the beef that such Sanitary measures can sentiment aud feeling that would was what it is reported to bave be enforced, as It will compara- prompt such action by the Gov. been, then tbe responsible parties meb re. dv port thall bv totde Fourth In Natal Warfare. tively stamp the disease out. ernment, but decline. They serv should be sent to the penitentiary swindling. If the beef caused for C JOHNSON, CMhlar. The late Col. Waring, a yellow ed the "lost canse" ft r other any deaths, those responsible for The United States is the fourth SuWrihed and worn lo trfore me bv than money, nnd ac- its unwholesome condition are naval power iu the world in the W C. Johnioo, the Ulh dar of Jan fever expert, sent by this Government to Havana, for the special cept the wages of battle in the re- murderers, and should be sent to matter of ships and guns. A great ISW. II. T. DAVI8, Nolarr Public purpose of in vestigating these con- sult of tbe arbitrament of arms, the gallows. There are two meth- naval war would perhaps show us V. II. lALTZICR. ods of committing murder by 10 be tbe Qrst iu achievement. ) ditions, and who sacrificed his life and to the stars and stripes of to- poison or lying In wait which J V Cownat, I Dlreclora. the day yields as loyal and patriotic law deals with harshly and allows The American gunner is an able J K. T Triii, in this work, reported a Sanitary gunner and American strategy is system for Havana, which. It is allegiance as did our fathers at of no mitigating circumstances. equal to any other. QUARTERLY REPORT believed, will accomplish the pur- Bunker Hill, or any who served Tbe beef dealers committed murCnbon Army a Menace. pose. The plan be recemmended in the Union Brinies during oar der by nolson, and tbey should OP THB bang withont more ado because will cost ten million dollars, a civil war. These Confederate As The issuanoe of an order by nnder the law tbey have forfeited Merchants1 mere bagatelle of money compar- soclations express an anxiety for the right to live. There may be Oen. Maximo Gomez requiring ed to the loss of life nnd money loyalty, fraternity and brother some legal obstacles In the way of Cuban officers who are absent ,,, eUlt cf bu,,DM, on hf ,, d f from these oft recurring epidem- - hood, but don't want to pot the punishing a murderer for a crime from (heir commands lo rejoin Dacamber, 1S03. committed in another conntry, bat them will not fall pleasantly upon) ics iu this country. It is to be price of a "pension" on it. these conld be overcome by call- the ears of the Amerlcnu people. hoped that Congress will make ESOUCE8. ing in the convenient and effective It is not understood here why', The President's Policy. tbe necessary appropriations. services of Judge Lynch. Tho there should be a Cuban army j "' "" ,Oan,,30,3,8 34 who will furnish poisoned It is rather too much to expeot man to American soldiers is not the Held at this tlme.aml it is even Lo10i t0 Wreciora (of&cari not less comprehensible why General It's a Fixed Fact. thai the inhabitants of the Philip- beef included), 130.00 pine islands will understand what only a criminal, bnt a public en- Gomez should be renulrioe the Otanlrafw eaml, 825.02 187 maintenance of ilinrliilino in tlin "'erdrafi. onaecural, President McKinley means by bis emy." The Philippine Islands for good proclamation. 20.209.49 !"e.f.ron,.'!,l,onal remnant of tha militHrv nr0niza llaoklDt Houie and.u"k'. They have been bo An Exceptional Millionaire. Lot, 2,200.00 or bad, has been ceded to the long accustomed to Spanish dution still uuder bis control. fcle. f 1.244 17 United States, that is in so far as plicity that they will be suspicious Curreoej, 4,149 00 James Tyson, tbe Australian SOT L'HIL1'! PLAY. Kicbungn for Clearing 6100 6,444.17 Spain has any right or title. And of all foreign utterances affecting millionaire who has recently died, 141 72 Kieoiea Wit Qauter, there is no particle of doubt that matters of government for some was a most eccentno man. He Judge Spencer, of St. Louis, In time to come. Their experience $58,709.61 the Congress will ratify this sethas taught them that was the richest man in Australia, holding that Incompitabllitv of LIAHILITIES. tlement. And there is still less when tbe government announces leaving a fortune of about $'.'5,000- - teuiper is not a safnuient cause Oaplltl 8lock paid lo, In eaab, $14,400 00 canse for doubt that tbe Spanish a policy applying to their affairs 000. Tbe London Times printed a for breaking the marriage tie, I ndiflded rro6ti, 676 10 narrative Government will ratify It, for in they would better begin to get interestingofhia life, in which many treats mnrriHge as a serious mat-fe- Uepoilti eubjeet lo check, (on facts are related, He In his view the word doty which intereit la ready for something else. fact there are many reasons to not paid), $40,021.1)0 40 021.90 was not like most millionaires. and tbe thing it represents are .1,801.65 that many 'of tbe Spanish He did not care for fashion, for not obsolete in tbe relations of Due National Banka, Under (lorernmcnt Regulation. society, or for the cood things of husband and wife. He actually Capital Block not paid, 6,000.00 leaders wanted to get rid of the The big insurance companies of life, as ponularly understood. intimated that a woman ought not Philippines; and tbe main reason 5a709.01 He a yacht, a private seek a divorce, merely because JiUtcfiJ Ktntutly, Gjunty of Fulton, tbe country, aocordiog to a Wash- car, did not own box was IliHi'tiDafa was a it able to nor have a at the opera, she did love her J. A. Thoropaon, Caenler und coulrol these Is- ington correspondent who gener- nor possess n villa by the sea; nor wamen uotuo iree, husband anil Ianil Merchante' Dank, a Hank of Farmera looatad and to uui ougui 10 lead-eially gets on the Inside of informa- was he a director of half a ban" make the best of her compact and doing builnena at No. lands, and this the Spanish Clinton atreet, la know. Hence it stands that tion pertaining to big corpora drod corporations. ijo was, how- to make the husbaud, so long us lie town of Hickman, In aaid count, b. log dulj aworn, eaj a that the foregoinc tbe United States possesses all lions, are prepuring to submit to ever, a Ihio example of the man he loved her contented Kaoort la In nil reepecla who had bnt one thing to do, bnt It Is a good thing to bave the of the condition of the (aidtrue rtatemeot Hank, al the tbe right and title to tho Philip- congress a comprehensive bill does that well, lie knew bow to serious nspect of marriage reviv eloaa of bualneia on lha 31t da ol Depines that Spain can give; bat, tho placing all corporations engaged buy cattle aud sheen and sell ed and to have a judge make ft cember, 18U8. to tha ben of hla knowledge Philippines, at leaBt a very large in an insurance business lu more them at a profit, Iu this busi- understood that whims, fancies and belief; and further eejra thai Ihe aaid Dank baa transactbualneia clement of them, deny Spalu's than one state under the jurisdic- ness he begun lifo and in this he and ordinary roughness of ind- ed at Ibeoflocation named, been nol elae. and ended it. He never did anything ividual temperaments and tempers where; and that lha aboee report li made right or auy authority in the prem- tion of tbe federal government, elm; he was Interested lu are uot good reason for breaking in eompllanco "lib au official notice reises, nnd claim absolute sovereign- represented either by the secreta- anything never else. tbe legal tie. It may bave a whole- ceded from tha Heerelar; of State deeit ty for themselves. Now then, af- ry of tbe treasury or the secretaHis philosophy and bis idea of some effect on those wbo are in. natlnc lit 3It da; of Dec, 1808, aa Iba ry of the interior. Their desire is enjoyment are found lu bis own cliued to treut matrimony with all day on which auch report ball be made. ter we ratify with the Spaniards J. A. TiioursoN, Caihler. and get rid of them, our content- to have tbe Insurance companies word: "Tho money is nothing; it of its high obligations, respond, iSuhacrlbad and awnrn In beforo me by of the country placed under fed- is the little game that was the fan. bilities and social complications ion will be with tho natives. eral surveillance similar to that J. A. Tbompaon, tbe 7th day of January, And being nuked what lightly. Marriage is not 1899. That the United States has tbe now extended over uatioual banks, game was, be answered: tho little too A. W Linmay, Notary Public. "Fight. child's play. strength aud power to over pow- wniou mey believe can be done tug luotiesert. Tine lias been my II DVCHANAM, I Directors. J. C. Ciicek, work. I nave bepu fighting tbe Judoe Sktti.k, of Rowling er the Philippines, to subjugate uuder that provision of tbe J II. M Ulkr. which gives congress desert all my life, and I have wun; Green, Is making a play of aud conquer them, there Is no power to control commerce I have put water where there was by announcing that pro doubt. In fact, how this Governtbe statos. ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. no water, I have put beef where gri'nie eucre duns cunstiiuio ment can avoid doing so now, afthere was ,no beef. 1 have put gan bling just the Haino as poker Having iniilifli'd iw omIkucc. any nnd Tub Hon. John Feland, sr., one fences where ter going this far, is the question! uo fen- games or crap shooting content... all porsoiM holding claims against It. B. of the best known lawyers in the ces, aud roads there wore where there were Mnrrrll aro renptftfully notilied to fllo This will be tho problem for tho State and a prominent Republican AN increase In tho standing no roads. Nothing can undo my to 100,000 men menus an ar. tho samo with mo, properly proved acnext several mouths. addimy ollico iu Fulton, politician, tiled nt his homo in luw, what I havo done, millions tional cost to tbe tax payers of cording to Sept. at 2tfth, 1B98. Ky. This after a week's llluess of will be happier for it and after I am 1GO,000,000 per annum. This apW. I. TAYLOH, The Davpnport, Ih., Democrat grip and eresipelas. His condition long doad uod forgotten." AxHigneo of U. S. Murrcll. pears to be n very high priae for complains tout part of the count; bud been critical from tbe first. Pacific Islands. Is flooded wilti bogus silver dolsl,250 Will Buy II. The Hod. Tom Corbett. than .A Strong argument against lars. They contain as much sil- whom there is no more popular Kln? A SKl'ABATK coach bill has been Utah, the ver ss the regular uoimige, rnd It ygamint, tbe seat in congress to Introduced iu the North Carolina Tho farm known as tlin O. W. Powell announced as whioll be wa8 0,eoted by the Mor-- Legislature, A bill has also been place, near Hickman, 100 acria, 60 or is the saum slver. One it com mau ponedofuti much bullion as the candidate for Railroad Coronals- - toons, is that be is fool enough to introduced to devote to the school more acres oleared, orchanl, good houses bo bought other. Yot they are countorut, slouer. We move that nomlna- - have three wives, No man with fund for colored children oulv the tn.. caninformation, for 11,260.00. For soo and a ineiiHce to the man that han- linns be cloHPd, and that Mr. Cor- - sense enough to sit In congress revenue raised ou property of col- i further Geo. Warren, I Hickman, Ky. be dueled by acolttiaation, dles tuiits. bet wontd have three wives. ored citizens, at pre-sentila-Tana, r- In the settlement with Spain tbe United States contracted to pav Spain 20,000,000 for the Philip, pine Islands. Tbe population of the Islands Is eaid to be 10,000,000, and we there. fore pay $2 apiece fur these people. The Islanders refuse to recognize Spain's right to sell, and continue their war. Therefore, It looks like we have bought a war. The object of tho United States Ib to free these people, to civilize and christianize them, but it may bo necessary in order to free some of them to kill others, and if this happens before they are christianized, we can only pray for them. Bat It is to be hoped that these rebellious Fillipinos will see the beneficence of our intentions, lay down their arms, come in and enjoy oar good rale. policies and ideas of government, and not be hampered by a horde of political enemies. This can be accomplished and still have a most exacting merit system that is allowing none bnt men of qnal itlcation to be appointed, bat at the same time freedom to prefer your own political party. The Job is Open. e ,,, ,ne onnncP(l HrB von wnnh therefore be it ''Resolved, That we aro not in i, ,,nt ,i.- .r t ni sympathy with the bill Introduced ,l0 National Casket Trust capital-bSenator Butler of North Caro;.ze,l nt $10,000,000, and the lid . . Una In rnfnrunpn In pens! nown wun screws from Confederate soldiers, fetlln ""wi screwed me American unrew Trust .." 3 sured that tho discussion of tins at 3.300,000. subject will be conductive offriq way .nu will tho trusts Turn which gongn the tion and arouse discordant ele people, all along the rosd trnm ments." the orarle to tbe grave, and the process may begin even earlier TREATMENT OF JEWS. than that If Dr. Schenck succeeds iu control ng the sex nf Infants The presence of uo Prince of and gets a patent on bis disWales at the funeral of his frleixf, covery, SBSPBlBBBBkSBW Baron Rothchild, and the faot that be went tbrrngh tbe eutlrs QUARTERLY REPORT ritual in tbe synagogue, retaining OF T1IK COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE. his bat like tbe other men present is being variously commented nu. HICKMAN BANK. KULTON CIRCUIT COURT. As heir apparent to tbe British J TtIct, Awlpnrfl of A. throne WHles looks forward to At the eloai of huilnnw en tht Slat dj of J. Klrklaml, Pit 'IT, Order becoming ouo day head of the vs. Drtvmtur, JS98. of Church of England, and the cirA. J. KirVlnud, Tho PmlnlU'fiToncc. cumstance that he took part irj cah Hulhlinif Tnwt Co.,, HEsoracEs. Jewish oeromony is not regarded Loidi nnd Piisoonti, Houderton MatnM II. it leu lotni It L. Association, John Me. bv those who observe the rigid llrctor, $1M,W5.47 Mhon, 0. K. Rico. Ed. rules of church etiquette as or- Lon to Pirtotora, ofliecri not Gholwii, cto , Dft'i. tucludfj, thodox behavior. The Marquise 410.00 Ordrrvd Ihnt all creditor of A. J. 17.51 Kirkl.md, AMigtior, appoar tx'torn de Foutenoy observes iu her let- Overdraft unneenrrd W. Due flora Sw'l lUnii, $21,358.03 V Taylor, Mulir Comuitaioiit-- of the ter that it "only serve's to render Duo IromSlMB Dink Knlton Circuit Court, nnd prove) and all the more striking coutrasl nl lUnken, 25,016.35 by the blind fury of tbe Bulking llounesnd Lot, 1.683.3J 1,500 00 tllo their claim nalnst said assignor on or lijr Jan 14th, lttr-l- ou pain of antl Semite campaign In France Other Slocki and Uood IHX'.OO forever Uarrrd from pnwcutlnjf 2.SJU8 and In Austria, and tho refusal of, specl their claims aiiuHt K.nid s.'aiKiico of A. Currener, 6,210.00 0.O34 13 J Kirlclnnd. crwlltor tbe Emperors of Germany, Aus- Other or hem carried 2,228.70 CommUxUm-cand Raid tria and Russia to admit any He- Eipenie lot qutrier, eb, 6&.13 U ordennl to nnlo repwi to tho nrt brews to the higher ranks, either torm or ibls conrt tho act and Uablll-3of tbe army or tbe civil service $164,032. tit of aaid aMitcnor of tbe State. Indeed, at the L1A11IUTIE3. j Ordtrvd tlh.t oil crcditonof xald courts of Vienna and of St. Vtn Cuplul Stock pid Id, lo ch ' "'Kr l"' onjolnt-- from nrwocutitiK anv Klion acitint A J. Kirkland, or hu tersburg, Hebrews are practical- Hiirplu Fund 10,000.00 through this action. '4S9.b6 mwlRnw. rxci-ply barred, while In Berlin tbey are UnJititl'd I'roflts This onlcr of rvfertuce, and onlcr nDepoiio lubjeet to cheek, on merely tolerated." an cnilltom, Li onlrrwl to bo which Inleriit iinol paid, 103 5fi 35 joitninf And then she asks the quesmo iiicKinaii uourter, a piiiiui in Hickman, t'nltou conntr, tion: "Is uot thin liberal treat, at $101,032.21 ment which the Hebrews receive U.U.C- .y uini.E.y, wisniy vj v..t... ... ... neniuckj. fi.il.. n (liven miller mr hand Clerk of the in the British Empire as well ai I, V. C Jolio.oti. Cimhierf.V?t, of lllekmn Fnllon Circuit Court, thU November iu the United States largely Hank. lUnk loctied and doinc hndnent 21t, 1S0S, for the proxperity of l No. riltilon ilrrrt In tlie Clljr of J V MOKKI3. Clerk F. C. O. these two countries ! Itie perse, Illekmin Id nildeoanlr bin l Julj tworu, lo forgoing Hfort ll j oution and expulsion of tbe Jews pecUllio Irut nlKcmrnl has always coincided with the de-- J of (he eld lUnk. l tb of tbeof eondltlon !, hu.tn.. r hm a l 31. t J.jr ot II. e, UH, (a Ihe Ix.l of oline of uroapvrlij-try responsible for this nif loomed? an J heMef: ml further Physician and Surgeon, ,BI builne of ild hunk b ment, and it only needs the tnosf ' ioeilon D.med, elementary knowlcge of history to "? remember that decadence Spain dates from the time Of tbe mlc reeelr.! from 111. Scre'rj of iST"Offlco ovor Lodford Si RogorB expulsion of the Hebrews." silr dff itutllrn: Ibe 3ll doj of Ues Orocory W8, m a on which ? C t 5 h-- H H. G. AMBERG, Hickman, Ky, . y '...' Crlt 5 cap-Rallie- d -- Resumed Business I Lsal J. J. C BONDURANT. I J. J. C. nONDUKANT hn bought the Grorrry 8tock of Ai.fmrd McDa.vik.i,, in llic Powfll Block, nnd will coiilluiio l)iiinrM al that stand. He has added largely to tho Mock, and will keep equal to any mmp Grocery Establishment Quality, Quantity, Prices and Variety, to elct from. Ho eolirita the trade of hi palrons of former yrnrs. and tho publio generally, prumiit h to and all FAIR DKALING. 1 . - HICKMAN WAGON CO., RxcrrTi'iri r ntr. 'bi.kbbutk r , bo-Ii- ir KM3BBassaavAR TfPnpcf7r r r 1 t vHIOKMAN WAGONS, newnp-tiic- r oflrS'lK .'XK IV '"' ! "Majsstic11 Cooking Ranges The Best in the World ..Lion Naylor,.. Van CsmmsI Jlhe Mlaliiks) la Buying Oae of these Ranges Eiolsmaa, Ky. &. ! m S One of its Strongest I'olnta la Its .ECONOrY IN THE USE OF FUEL! ilujlng IUkea Rlsonits m Cash. Book Store. Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS, STATIONERY, NOTIONS, Call and see our Stock. In 4 ''Majestic" means a Mlnnten llfe-tlin- Light Itresd In 40 Minnies, of Economical Cooking e Call and Kxanlnr Tttrn. Ywm'II Mity no Ofkrr. KERR &e. Every- & HANDLE, hmn ::i M i UZt" thing up to date. Mahy Behendes & Co. H. E. Bartlett, -- Watches, Diamonds. Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, &c jFINE 4 WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. (Suooeiaor to Win. Dleatalbrlnk,) DtAira ih. 9Sr Osnuloe Beth Thomas Alarm Clocks for 11.00. Doors East of Laclede Hotel, UIOKMAN. KY. C. here-to-for- e Fancy Groceries and Provisions, wHKMAN, KMMYU9KY. r. e HICKMA1T B. T. TTLKa, free'U 3K.asa-H'M.flasJiaV5a- l 1. BOLCOMBf, T. reea't. HIOKMAN, KENTUCKY. ti Telephone W FREE DELIVERY, Store No, 04; No. 00. -- m Real-ideuo- o, Paid Up Capital $50,000.00. flUHI'LVN A,l UNDIVIDED I'llOFITR 10,0e. Solicits your bnsiness. We offer the most Liberal Accommodations to our Customers Consistent with Established Bunking Principles. In. 8AM, V. C. J0B.1MI, ! (,-- OaLOTWtt. s DR. S. K. DAVIDSON niOKMAN, Offloe KENTUCKY over Cowglll & Cowgill'e Druu Storn. I'ATIK. R.T.TYLER. 0. A. HOLCOMBE, J. NAYLOK, W. II. RALTZER J. W. OOWOILL, W. L. MoOUTOHEN. W. 0. JOHNSON.. DIBHOTORS D. 0. PARK MAYFIELI). & j. o. BTEIOHT SPEIGHT, KENTUCKY The BEST OFFER Ever Made by a Newspaper! I u V Will lo n General Law Business in nil Courts, State anil Fed erul, mill lu all the Courts LAROK PAGES EVERY WEEK FOR ONLY $1.50. huiibh-tioualitu- u of Fulton County. be-twe- Prompt Attention Ulren Collection!. A. F. OLIVER, Blacksmith and Undertaker UIOKMAN, KENTUCKY. Hop-kinsvlll- e, Tbe eetnU weekly Republic, tha beat general newepeptr printed in Hi worl I, antitaintnc all the new In elfbt pafea i, aad The Kepubll Model Mtaitna ooa jrear for l.50. The Itepublle Sunday Magellan waa the nawepaper etiseeaa of 1897, A home journal of Ihe beat olau, 18 large page erery weak, 4 pagea ol fun, 14 pagea of the brlghtett and bail reeling prlntej. It eontalna more blgh.etaea plolurea and carloone titan ware ever allemptod In any other publication. More nited writer nnd artinta contribute lo Tbe Kepublia Magailne tbaa lo any oilier Wailern publication. The Madeline will be aold only in oonncetlen with the Re u b I lo, but la mailed aeparately eaob week. A Addreea all orders to twloe-a-weel- GIVi: ""'. ' MK A TIIIAL when you wan ilone, or repairs In Wagoaa, he. Iloritxlmelng a aperlally I also keep a full line of 1 !. tiik ur r mi i.i c, Nt. lieuiM, ijr. ij. M. J n. Pol-..,,.- ,. Undertaker's BfTShop near tha Jail. Qoodn, a Common, Itoxewood, and Soil J DUek Wall nntOaQlna and OinfH, which can be fllteii up on aliort notice, and at reasonable prloea. Olee me a call. Subscribe for the UICKMAN COURIER. Skil m ,?Jukm& -' " W rwrn1 t WSWPWS,,-!'-,,ijr , vk;igci - ' .j, Mt'mfrHMt 4&jfolttl&.: ,. Ml .A,- -J , ,. . ' ' -- . . t'1 I" . ,; , ,r, i- - ... - -- i - - ?tr frgTTF&Rr l , - , gwtrr.i. ysgjegay; ..ggSS ' ' '' "gejBy.-TKN.'1 yvEfif ' T7T"W-T- I r rP k A llttlo son of Mr. John Campbell, A A HICKMAN BUY IN CUIU. Stranger's View of flick- of nenr Uayco, died Sunday morning with brain fovcr, Tbe Climate, Cuban People, Soldier man. --2 LIME, CEMENT, Tho othclnl report of Iho financial Life, Etc. cotiditioti of Ilickninn will ni)ear noxt A representative of the Chattanooga wouk. It will bo full of interest to all Nows Dressed Rough : spent n day or two in Hickman Trinidad, Cuba, J IN FULTON tax payers. Bakta Claiu Pnov., Jan. 2d, '09. J during Christmas week, and unou his patWALL PAPKlt.-Now- est Deaii Motiikh : terns and Latent Styles recoived thin rotnru homo contributed qnito a lengthy DOORS, BLINDS, COUNTY I wrote to you upon my arrival here, article to his paper, ivlng his viows of week nt Wilhon'b Book Btokk. Hickmau, her hospltablo cltlreus, l'iin-tlfu- l hut havo never heard a word from homo. Tho Hickman boys who belotiR to SASH, SHINGLES, ETC, scenery, etc. On his way to Hickunderstand it, unless you failed thn 2nd Tonn,, whicli rcKinicnt in now mau ho sloped over in Nashville, and I can't my letter. Wo are having somo to get bcltiK mnsterod out, nro expected homo after telliug what he saw while in that IHtcullar weather hero now suushluo Help of oar buslnosn Mnco 1802 liai Jnst passed, and we desire shunt next Thursday or Friday. city, says : for live minutes, then ruin. I havo had to thank nnr frleiii!n for their liberal patronage. It In our am Work on tho new O. P. Church has "Just at this Jnnctnro I remembered a few chills siuco I camo here, but wleli to make the jenr Inst beginning, the banner yeiir of lieen suspended ou nccount of tho bad that I had u few friends at Hickman, breaking them up now. Cutui Is a very weather. Tho plan calls for tho prut' Ky., which town is located about 109 nice place to some, bnt 1 enn't see the oar experience, ami wc begin it this week with oor Safe and Sure Investment. miles beyond Toiiucshcu'n Oapltul City, point. I henrd thnt Col. Brown was tlit llttlo church in this section. nt tho western terminus of tho Nash- trying to keep this regiment hero for Always on baud. Mr. Frank J. Hnrko, tntTclInj? ville, Ohattauooga & St. Louis Hullroad. several montlis yet. I don't mind stay-in- g frelKht agent of tho M. & O. Hy., was nestling ou the until tnu ilrst of March ; after then banks of the Mississippi lu liickmnu, Thursday, looking to tho 1 tho rainy weather sets in, and then It is IntentMt of hU nud, and paid tho Cou- river. 'To Hickmau or 'bust I" sol which eclipses all previous sales. Every' dollar's worth of 1 nrrived thoro unguarded, very unhealthy. Wo will havo logo The Hickman Building asd Will cheerfully make estimates rier u call of courtesy. iu tho Spanish barracks here, can't stay alono and uimuuonnccd, and wns Winter Qoods, nnd all odds and end", mast he cot out of ou any quantity desired, and Loan Absociation has been in TI10 brick work and roofluR of tho with u gusUi that would make In tents thou. Everybody seems to want the way, to make room for Spring Stock, and wo have guarantee lowest price now Luclcdo Hotel has been Ilnlsliod. tho hero of tho MeYrimao turn blue with to sco tho United States after three operation eight years, and during made prices to move them. envy not ho enthusiastically, howoyer, mouths' sir vice here, except some of the and workmen aro now cnirnKod puttltiK that time has- - loaned more than ollicers who uro making' more money in thu windows. to flvo wwiku but so sincerely nnd cordially. Four Ax suited ubovo, I had only 11 very few than they ever did before, and having moro will complete, it. LadlCS $100,000 to citizens of Fulton ai,ont one-hai- r original prices. cosier nt Hickman before nrrirlng P. It U expwtiHl that tho waterworks, friendsbut judging from the courtesies anWe u time. comfortably located here, the there, county, the chief part of which has with tho now pump, will bo lu opera- oxtcudud by everybody I met duriug my baud hnvlug fourteen tents (two men been used in building aud securing tion by tho last of unit woek. Doluy has brief stay, I ftol safo Btuat Prices. in claiming moro to a tent), 10x10, well lloored 14 inches occasioned by tho fallnro to than n mere acquaintanceship with off the ground. We give two concert homes for its members. Thero aro certain parts of tho machinery. a week, Thursday and Sunday nights, them all. several hundred citizens of Hick Knllreail Time Table. Hickman is tho undisputed "Chicago and they aru well attended by Cubans. Bt Ctlt PriceB, Fulton Lender. Oth : Mr. O. II. Lltman, nnd throughout the county, A steamer from Havana brought a tlo mid MUs Mattio WiMxUwero mar- of tho South" uot from a commercial u. n. n., 0. & at. Tho are, and have been, shareown-cr- s, ried at 7 o'clock last evening nt tho standpoint, particularly, or Wauso tho large amount of rations hereto bo disand each can bear witness to LKAVKDl homo of Mrs. Margaret Woods, near girls have largo feel but because of the tributed among the Cubans. I never ARItlVr.rtl tho wind thnt sweeps people in in small sizes. Were $3.00, $20 and $2.00, at T'H Ttl No. M tl 91 r. tn. Trsln Ko. A, t.US p.. m, Crutchtleld, Her. J. T. Collins perform-In- u from the picturesquethrough tho Itown saw and llko ofofhungry aro naked. my 1.00 its succcifslul management. It tiavn life, Mississippi. many them n, will It Tr.lu No, 3, jojji. i, Tola No. 4, tho ceremony. la reasonable profit, is safe and sure explain, for the turnout of those who Is a common thing to walk along the Tho county roads arc in a tcrribln who art) not familiar with tho location main streets hero nnd see children from your savings, and It Is Bt heBVy reduction. 51 deposit torInducement to tbe young condition. Tlint cotiitiilttifi nptxilnted of Illokmau, tlist tho town Is built ou n 6 to 12 yours old naked. Still there uro Local and Personal.. splendid by tho KImUI Court to mitke rtiMrt oil conimaudiuR blutT, immediately over some nice people hero. I attended ji to economize nnn save tip their iime, Ac, should nolo this fact, lvo looking tho river. While stauding, with ball lost cvo nmlsaw somo of thdpret-tlos- t tii a trial of "cruJo oil," or somuthlug my ccort, on this elevntlou, tho girls I ever laid my eves nuou, und money. It affords borrowers the Circuit conrt next week. forini)roveniiiit. wind from the stately dressed as lino us any one. They have opportunity of paying by monthly 0. O. Smith, Mrs. (11am Thomas, Ward Lnten and Charlie Parhnm are Ohas, Perry wont to Fnlton Sunday. Hanlwell Push : Iter Archer Boogh-cr- , stream below paMcd tliniugh mysvstem a peculiar way of dancing. Tiio solinstallments, enables them to util with us and will he pleased to boo all their old friends mid castomers, of Hickman, Wt.lJUULIl'U servicer ut In luscious chunks. Kvery timu 1 sug- diers and Cubaus played u game of 1ho See tliu 5 cent Cuudy nt Sua w'a. ize rents in paying for a home, and gested that we hunt n moro comfortable ball hero yesterday. They play very thn Kplscoutl chtiTvh ou Sunday last John Noonon, of Fulton, wan in tliu MUs Knthlo Wrluht returued Snndnj temperature, I was confronted with well for Cubans. in six years accomplishes that reWo aro working rcry hard ou our city Sunday. from a tUU of a week with Miss Mario "Vou'ro not game I" and then my pride sult. nnd manly traits of character bade mo music while in Cuba, as Prof. Knnko Mbu Nannie KlnRmau was In Ful- Drevnnl ut Hickmau. Tho books for a new series of stay. And I stayed, For nearly an cxtccts to make a tour of Tennessee ton laxt wwk, Tho year Ib!"3 not only went out on hour I stood soellbonnd almost snow when wo return. I am highlr in favor this Association are now open, and Mlwt Jmlo Fowlkcs, of Troy, Li vis- tho last day of tho year, but tho lust day bounddrinking in tho beauties of tiio of that. 1 will tend you a pajicr pubwill be held open until the 3rd of tho month, tho last day of tho week, scene, lu the aloence of auything elso lished every week 111 tlitf regiment. I iting in tho city. Thursday in February. (16th.) for tho Inst hour of tho day and tiio l.iM to drink. sent you one. some timu ago, but don't YAKeotho French China at Hiuw,h, pecoud of the l.it minute of tho samo Seriously. Hickman is a delightful know whether you received it or not. the subscription of New Stock. place, iHipulutcd with a cltlzenshiii that I havo been looking for a copy of tho Honry D.ilmko, of Union City, wiw an uufrequeut wcurrenco, New Stock is only issued in Feb! Is) depended upon in any emergency. 1 can here, Uourier in tho city Sun ilny. Tho published card of thanks in Neighborly to one another, scrupulous, received ever since cauiu is abut hnvo ruary and August of each year. Hptcial none yet. ThU Mm. Knlit S.ilmou, of Cairo, IU., U cases of bereavement 1( Koine out of lyconllnl to strangers, (iod.feariug mall of only a short notice, to will c1cm. For any further information call use, and Is suix'rceiU-- br a pollto note charitable, there U a bright future ami vudtliiR in the city. to all in on the Secretary, at the Courier to tho individuals to whom yon fool store for her people. They are as proud Lse Your son, CharlloIVather.of Woodland Mills, Kmtctul, which li far moro appreciated office, Hickman, Ky. of their State as they are of their city, W. K. Holcombe. was in thn city Friday. than 11 "(ener.il card" publtshel. and they congratulate themselves on 25 See tho Bargain Counter at being "Bred in A SOCIAL KMEUTAI.NME.NT. State IJiie Items. Hiuw l.Thn"DKLINKATOK" for thlr-tee- It bo my pleasureOld Kentucky." Mny mouths for tl.(M). Don't miss life to "drop off at many moro times in -- Mr, T H. Furrln, Jr., of Cairo, 111., this cli.mco Wiuson'x Hook Stohe. Illokmau." Mr. Chas. Overby has decided to go to On FriiLvy evening last, quite an pcut Sunday in tho city. Texas by moonshine "Remember Hie (Jeorgle Lee I" Tho MlvsUlppi continueM to rico sociable was given at tho Mnu Chas, Alexander, of Jordan, Miss Stella Polk Is the guest of Miss rapidly, mul rejK)rts from tho Ohio, homo Tinted in town thU weeic, Lyda Maddox this week. Tcuiiiwtj and CumlMrlaiid jmtlflcM the Quito a crowd enjoyed an Impromtu honor of Sir. and Mrs. Wilson Uacon, in of their guests, Misses Stella Mr. Albert Graves returned home Mr. Ohiw. Meier, ot Now Madrid, appri'heuslou that a tlHllll kxiii Imij hop ou board tho steamer Uoorgio Loo, Mo., was in tho city Friday. last week from a visit to Memphis. upon our low minis, runners siiouiit Monday evening last, and vourcomw-iiondcn- t Polk and Lyda Maddox, TliOhO presis refers the readers of the CourMr. Russel Brasficld, of Slater, Ky., II. A. Tyler U in Nashvlllo attoud. uote, nnd Rorern themselves accord. ier ton participant for further infor- ent wero : j luBly. is visiting his brother,, W. N. Brasfield. Horace Hettesworth and Olllo Threlkeld. IliK'tho inarrUKu of n friend. mation, who could add one other jiolnt Sam Mr. Arab. Wilson left last Monday for Lnten and Ida Hallow. Fulton Icailer, 7th lust: Mrs. John fWT t'rvh Oyntnn aluayson hand Ford hlnhly entertained ( number of of Interest. Those in attendance woro : Ira Green and Cage Clark. Dyersburg, where he will probably enMisses Nellie Hogers, Mabel at Oakutiikils.' HoNsio Maddox. gage tn business. Harry Threlkeld and her friends at her homo 011 Third street Mabel French, Linda nnd Maggie t, lowr Sen quarterly report of Hickman last evenlntf in honor of her sinter, Miss Bro. Johnson will preach at Mt. Her-nio- n Pearl and Kdna Wearn, Mary An- Will Hors and Florence Polk. Prather Curllu aud Laura Henry. Hank publUhed 111 this lwu. Nettie Hertweok, of Hlckmiin. Deli- derson and Bessie Coso Mitrs. C. B. next Sunday and Sunday night. Clarcnco Henry and Cora L. Brown. Everybody invited. Mr. CI F. O'Dnnlel, of Ilamtioldt, rious refreshments were served at 10:30 Travis, Geo. Millet, Percy Jones, Chas. Unas. Uveruy ami Aunlo Jones. o'clock. Miss Texas Mooney. who has been Alexander, w alter Iino, lloraco Tra-bu- Lem Bacon and Texas Mooney. Toun , wa in Ilia city this vmk .1.-- 1 Wanl Luten, T. II. Jolinsou, Hob Albert Jones and visiting Miss Carrie Polk, returned to ft I. f f C..I.. Carrie Polk, -- Workmen ro In p,tinK CJoahtor, Chas. l)arlcnu, Theo. Uoalder her homo in Fnlton, Saturday, accomlloy Hertweck umlEmma Ballow. cabin ... tho new mlv.wl wharfl.a. panied by Miss Carrie, Lem Bacon and tho Bmnd and Kennt'th Anderson. ltout. Polk and Mary Howl. Mr, H. A. Tyler, who has just returnAlbert Jones. S) Quarterly Report of tho Farm- - Jury to do s)ino iiulictlUR in Howling Arthur Towusend and Mary Seay. ers and Merchants' Hank lu this issue. tinHMi along that lino. If not gambling ed from MUsouri, was also present. Hufus Wheeler and Ella Stahr. Miss Mabel V. Fletcher returned to "Bob, oomo from behind tho piano it Is morally, nnd It Is doing 11 her home last Tuesday, after a pleasant l.dwin Moxler and Andrew or was it a stove!" , Elmer Threlkeld and JohnnieRoss. For all kinds of Trunlcal Fruits .li i. i.i .1 .1. iiuiiu v., m.ri:i sojourn of several days with old friends Thomas. gO to IMItUIIIKUX' near State Line. Miss Mabel is one of iUou and Lora Whipple. Jndgo Sotlding, of Union county, fr:.TltAI,.TlIX4 I,ftNOXN. Arab Hrasslleld nnd Emily Thomas, our sweetest youug ladles and much Hlisslo JerrT Maloun and Hob Huchauan, has ruled that mi less delinquent taxloved by everyone. llovers. ltoy Shaw, Hlldred Clark, of Union City, spent Sunday In the city. payers hnvo jiropi-rtexceeding 2W) no Mr. Ernest Klug, undertaker, of Hick- V4iter Jellress, Hicliurd Prather, Billle Trihe. salo can ts mitdo to collect any kind of Advertising is the greatest of all man, U alsieut iu St. Ijouis, taking Bi)on, Joo Oliver, Zaeh Curlln, James modern engltiM for facilitating buslutwt. tax, and that where pnipertr is mort- leswons in embalming, and will tako a uacon, lloy Clark. Tom uii.vt. gaged tho SherltT must bid In tho Tho bird shooting season has expirf nil course. Prither, Drew Bacon, OurtLs Henry, J. A. Stublx Is pMi(llng tho week nmount attaching for taxes. ed and it will not be lawful to kill, capIn Jooisiiioru, Arkansas, with his daugh-trr- . Lrtiiio muiKuam, csinirouiBxcanu lien ture or have tu possession quail until -- Mm, Maggie Oouger, wife of Mr. T ryiteMOJlcu. Tax the 15th of noxt November. VoJatow jCr-- " B. II. (longer, 0110 of our of tho law will ho in danger ot a flno ot Mr, Mimo Amlterg, and daughter, ritirens, died at her homo most worthy near Hick-maNotice Is hereby respectfully given to (25 and imprisonment, and Miss Liule, sjient Tuimlay ill Cairo, Friday mnruiug lost, after a briet all Delinquent W. O. Wivrr-K- , druggist, Clinton, Ky., tn the city of rcnortlng said violation ccts HU. illuess of iuenmonln. She was a most Hickmau, that if their taxw aro not paid says ho has sold Plantation Chill Cure the fine. A Ttry perceptible 'earthquake was excellent ladv. loved by thoso who on or before Jan 20. 1609, their property for many years, and among tho many knew her, anil sincere sympathy go. will lie udvcrtUcd anil sold according to chill tonics he it mis tho Plantation the 1 p. in., .Monday. Uul you leu nisul out to tho afllictcd husband ntul bereav- law, and that tho names of all delin- most reliable ho sells, as it acts different find it? HA It III ED. A SOCIAL EVENT. ed children. quent poll will bo published. from tho nnlnino tonics, which onlv Tho days are growing somowhat stops chills for a short tiino. It removes fly order of tho Citv Council On tho Srd of Jan., by the Rev. Dr. Tiio llvo Hickman merchant don't longer -- that Is, there aro more hours of Miss Fannio Jcffress, at her homo on Glover, Mr. Deo M. M. Harper to Miss fear comiM'titiou, nnd heneo by ndver-tlsin- Uep'l'v, Tiios. Dillon, Jit., C. T. C. I tiio ciuxe, nnd the euro is permanent. daylight. Troy road, entertained quite a number challenges all others to meet him y ' JehsioF. Wilson, both of this county. """ of her friends last Thursday evening. YA. (ood New Orleans Molasses at as to prices and iiiu1itr. Hovers shonld Tho bride, a charming young lady, is Shaw h. nolo this fact. Mercliauta who do not Sweet music and pleasant conversation ndertlhO must lo afraid of romrHtitioii nITair ouotobo recalled with tho youugest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. made tho MUs Jennie Onrlln. of Jordan, has pleasant memories. Tho guests wero : B. F. Wllsou. Tho groom Is tho youngbeen vUltlug Mrs. Kuima Stephens, as to iiricu or quality, and heuco do not est son of Mrs. M. L. Harper. Tho hapopeiilr chnllcugo comparisons. Buyers Eva Kice and Lounie Wheeler. this week. note this fact. py couple went Immediately to the Leua Threlkeld and Tom Prather. Tho yonng folks enjoyed a delighthome of tho groom's mother, where Low Whipple und Jim Freuch. Mr Deo Harper nnd Miss Josslo Wilful dauco ou thu steamer CJoorgio Leo they will mako their future home. Anuie Itoper and Roy Shaw. s son, both of Fulton County, hied Monday night. Special attention siren to the selling of Heal Estato of all klndat May tho loving Father guide and guard Annlo Jones und Lem Bacon. to Union City, lost week, and these dear young pcoplo through life. Stella Polk and Wm. Bacon. ' Subscriptions for any newspaper were and represents a Tall lino of the best and most reliable Fire Insurmarried Our best wishes go to Florence Polk and Curt Henry, or magazine received at ance Companies doing business in the State, and thnt ''Old Reliable" them. They txH&erw tho elements of Jeuulo McClure aud Hlldred Clark. Wilson's Book Stoke. true womanhood and tmo mauhcxsl, nnd CO., that baa already O. U. Mounts, Drusgist. Moscow, Ky., MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE Graves and Roy Clark. Lottie Dr. A. A. Fnrls has gone to Now can bring mutual happiness mid pros Weeda Mooney, of Fulton, ana Chas. says ho sells Plantation Chill Curo und pitid ont largely over $100,000 Life Insurance in Hickman and viciniperlty from tho ftittirv. If they l, ami finds It suits his trade because it eradity, and Is Issuing tbe obeapesi and best policy of any regular Life York City to hpend three mouths at- wo bvhcTM they will. McDaulcl. tending lectures cates tho system of all malarial poison, Insurance Company doing business In this country. lie solicits Bessie Threlkeld aud Rufns Wheeler. and ho guarantee It. Kd Cnxslaud, of Mayflcld, a promiRwa Hallow and Harry Saunders. your patronage. Call and see hitu. MUs JcmIo IVather, of WooUand nent tho oldest Nin.i Polk and Hugh feannders. Mills. vUlted her nuut, Mrs1 IM. lea- of ruling lawyer nnd has recoivd son and Arab Wllsou. an Cow h. Brown Ol. Sam Gnwslnnd, ther this week. honorable discharge. fnm tho volunteer Ida Hallow aud Chas. Overby. Vlif,Iir. KWT Thiwo wishing to see Chas O serving llirouirli roiiLmMinaii Carrie Polk nnd Edgar Brauham. Mabel V Fletcher and Brad. Hunulng, Scliliuker will llnd him at Wilson's' Young Crosdind U now lu tho Philip. You Do Hook Store, next to Swayne's of Martlu. pine islnmU and it will require nearly EMTABLIHUEll 1S55, Ells Stahr and Joo Oliver. Mr. Teachout, Oenerai Freight Ag't twomonthe of constant travel to gut Lena Hallow and Joo Kimes. of tho N. O. A 8u L. Hy was in tho homo. Fultou Leader. ?-'99 s Lawnia Waters and Bob Polk. TOM DILLON. Sr., city, Monday nnd Tuesday. The farmers' lustituto for Carlisle Emma Hallow and Albert Jones. county will bo held at Bardwell on tho Gage Clark nnd Harry Threlkeld. Fulton will enlargo her electrio in ana That wo aro in or tuts mourn, inu is n ( Socttiior lo D. C. lUmtgt, Atc'i,) light plant at once. Tho town Is also Ella Hallow aud Drew Bacon. State Institution, and will bo held iu ' And quito a number of others. At THE TIME IS .YOW RIPE FOR O00D RESOto have a military company. even- - county 111 tho State during this 12o clock, nfter thanking their affablo Marble and Granite Monuments Valentino day comes next. Yon year. These meetings are held for the LUTIONS I hoct aud hostess, they departed. can then get even with the i.irty who exclusive benefit of the farmers, and it HEADQUARTERS & sent you a "comio" lost your. will doubtless prove quite beneficial to OTJ"K,BZ3STC3-- f 1899 must be a better year than '98, no matter how them if they will attend. i An exchaiigq says that n man tn an are eighteen prisoners in jail Thoro BTONE WORK of all Kinds, good tho past year litis been. niitmniiie town iKiught a bedstead the at Mayflcld. Mint of them nro charged i:. 11. Walker, of tho Clinton Demwas so green that one J .wood of which ocrat, is a prospective candidate for with "boodllng" whiskoy and boor. IRON FENCING, &c, Ac. for uu uvi-- r warm spring n.iy n oroso um Kd Is uu Wo'vo resolved to continnn ono policy at least whioh clevMr. IM. Merer, Jeweler, of Hick- State Senator. buds, nnd 11 a week was covered with thorwo pursued in 1898, that is, to sell only trustworthy mau, madn an alignment ltwt week, er man, com)etent withal, and iu sentiall nor with little groves of waving ough alignment with the majority Mr. Bon Kuykcudall is tho assignee. Shoes at tho fairest prices we could name. branches. Iu tho nutumu tho children ment of his party, and should bo electpielert the hickory nuts from tho sldo is ono of tho tho V" CAKmnKius' UHe pl.ico to got ed withoutinoniKMltion. He District, and tho noxt spring tapped the Beyond any doubt, these aro remarkahlo Shoes for the Senatorial nice, sweet Oranges. keeps Florida Itest men Eieces, and for maplo syrup. the Courier wishes him success. Knssott. the money. Every pair Fresh, Now ond Nowsreiiehod Knltouthat Wm. And wo might remark that tho man that won't liny our UT. W. O. Ileflnr wns called to e fur ninny years postmaster at FulDrersbarg, Teuu., UcusooC thu seriBox Calf in (3.00 and $3.50 Shoes, don't need Shoes tike-thFa-g.ous Illness of a personal friend, mid lias tou, died at Headquarters, Ma, Mr. very badly. was having a schoolhouio built at been nlisunt most of the week. Headquarters, and while superintendWiltio Judge, a Hickman boy, of ing tho slipped and ho fell PYRAMIDS! Tho lady that wont buy our 82.00 aud $2.50 Kid tho Dnl Missouri, U at M.itanras ; and acrovs a work his foot peace of iron used Shoes is not very clever. Charlie Stephens, another Hickman boy, tho llixir. Tho wound proved to tighten fatal, aud wrlto homo from Sautiago. alter sintering etgut clays no oxpirou Co mo in aud Look at these Bargains. Don't tako Wo leant that Mr. W. D. Powell, At tho time, of his death ho was ost i our word for it. Jr., und family, who moved from thU master at Headquarters. county to Kl 1'iiso, Texas, lost fall, have V ,. iv 1tnn Iwtn.i .nun, ..fell I'l.i'ljp on. mnol MmMAnl.li. pui' ..,u uwtt returned to Kentucky, und aro now at prised at tho readiness with which our Moscow. BICE & NHYLOB. subscribers havo responded to our ro- &c. Tho W. O. T. U. will meet nt Mrs, nnitula frtr snttlimimitu Munvtrhnivum m It. M. Isler's thU evening at 2 o'clock. in arrctrs for ono and two years had A fall attendance of tho mcmWrs is laiien 10 pay oniy iiirougu neglect, desired, as iiuport.iut business U to bo and most of these paid their arrearage transacted. and a yo.ir iu advance, to provide ngiitut rurtlier ' with W. L. Douglass' M.OO Shoes for fturli ntiml nji neglect. Dealings Yilnim. la nnr Threlkeld nnd Miss Lucy Jndgo Kearby, Monday, made the Mr. .wi, niul i'j.00 bli(H-- s for 3,00, ut Iuce uro few uowspaior publishers i enjoy. Kearby, One J. W Morris aud Miss Ida Mr. official order for the local option cleo-- 1 & Navloii'm Shoo Store. Mai Moore, Mr. Henry Emerson and tion xneru uru a mw yui uiiseiiitsi. iu Fultou, Fob. 11th. Mr. Ed. Miss Dora Smith attended a Tho Leo Lino has liought tho steamTho merchautH of Hickman can in entertainment nt Mr. Walter pleasant Thomas and It. T. Tyler acted as attor- THE PYRAMIDS ore ono of tho won-dor- s Hcuder er Fertl Herold and will run lior iu the 180'J iucrcoso tho TIIlUtJOlHTH. tmdo they have had sou's ovor lu Missouri, Saturday night, neys for tho local optionists. Inter-- , Bt. LonLs and Moinphls trade. Tho Herof tho world not for beauty old is ono of tho fastest boats on tho iu 1K9S, by studying menus to dniwcus aud also u splendid dinner ut Mr. Hall's viows with tho ''fors and against" from" or art in design bnt simply ami NOTICE. turners to this nlaco, and everyone sololy because thoy liavo lasted bo Mississippi. a judicious miiioly of printer's ink. on Sunday. Fnlton indicato that both sides expect long. Now Every other man yon meet has n to win, but tho prepouderauco of tlio Tho next leap year will bo 1001, and IVonlo from every irnrt of tho county The Farmers' and Merchants' Nation- -ill. TltnViiititi- tn tha lUnlr according to tho Gregorian calendar. aro hero at different times. By keeping remedy for tho grip. Hero's 0110 we Interviewed, gives tho balauco to tho loAND ARE GOING TO 1000 will contain only 30fl days No cen- your prices, goods aud namo before tho heard a follow give tho other day : Ono cal optloulsts with a closo vote. Tho This Furniture Store Statoof Kentucky, U cloning up its af tenary year Is a loup year uulesi it Is pntillu, constant tnido will bo gamed grain of qnluiuo to one gallon of wills lennossoo sido of Fultou promises to mm oinen), fairs. All llo;o uoioen divisible by 400. that othrnviso goos to tho meruhaut ky, taken whenever tho appetlto calls vote saloons out if the Ky. side wins. creditors of said Association, aro thereof ours in MAKE PRICKS TO GET IT. nearest tho purchosor. Tho cost is iu for tho medicine If there Is no Imfore hereby notified to present tho notes Bring yonr old Fnrnltnro to significant to tho results. Mayflcld Mirror; A drunken man provement within forty-eigh- t hours, doand other claims iigaiast tho Association & Smith for repairs. Stephens Expert Like the Pyramids! for payment. orcase tho amount of quiuinuand In- hail it 'Hawed off iu him" to tho vitals Apple growers throughout tho Ohio crease tho amount of whisky, workman, ond work douo with neatJ. A. Tuoirrso.x, Cashier. up at tho depot tho other day. Tho ness and despatch. Valley aro jniiuant over tno prospects but DutodDoo. 6, 1893. IF YOU WANT CLOSE, OASU. PRICEB ON Tho Government is going to build a train camo iu, aud had a coach picked Not bocauso it has lasted so long, and for an Immense, crop next season. They because it Is flnn and solid, Leo Klnioni is announuod as a can. say that tho early cold weather prevent- lovoo from Hickmau to Tiptouvlllu; in full of negroes. When it stopped they we expect it will last pretty neardldato for Iteprosentatlve from Graves ed the sap from rising in tho trees, fact from Cairo to Now Orleans ; nnd okcd Notice. ly as loug. Wo try to bo perfectconnty. Ho is opposed to tho Ooolcl which, when moderate weather contin- of this thero Is not tho least doubt ; nnd dow totholr eoco.uiuts out of tho winseu tho sights, whereupon tho Tho Fanners' and Merchants' Hank, ly honest in overy way. election law, and indentcauo preferonco ues nutll lato in tho season, ralso, nnd tho tlmo may bo noxt year. Therefore drunken man ojooulatod: Incorporated under tho laws of Ken"Where 111 for U. 8. Souator, in subsequent cold woathor In tho latter tho railroad that will get a charter and h ldid all them n negroes como IF YOU havo a furniture need and will tucky with aCapit.il Stock of f 20.000.00, oomo to us, wo will do our best part of tho winter and early spring, right of way through tho bottom to tho from" ? To which 0110 of them replied . Tho next regular meeting of tho will wind up tho affairs of tho Nationfor you. d "Dat's all right ; but tint Illokmau Building & Loin Association freezes, greatly damaging tho crop. Tho hlghlaiuls of Madrid Bond, will none ob al Bank and continue the business. tho situation, for a railroad is as us drunk." The drunken nint was Presiwill lio hold at the Mart honso next present condition of thu trees is such muu Its otlleers ore H. Buchanan, Pcesi-dousure to follow the bnildiug of tho levee Vloo enough to appreciate tho tart reThursday night, 10th lust. A full at- that 110 amount of cold weather can Stephens & Smith, dent,.!. J- O. Boudurant, Caxhltr. as tho day the ulght. UICKM A Si. xty Plione IVo. 7. noxt season's crop. joinder aud said no moro. tendance is dtsired, aud J. A. Thompsou, i-.A- l .lntA 100.000 d Wer, I I H The Most 3'LOANED Satisfactory Year January Clearing SALE, To Secure Homes. Builders' Material L &W.S. Ellison a-- Ix-e-n Jackets, Ladies Skirts and Millinery Blankets o l. Ladies Fine Shoes, Mens Pants, Suits and Overcoats Now is your time to bug Winter Goods! j. Big Deal in Soap! d Just Received 200 Boxes of Laundry Soap, 55c per Box. ?). '. n liars to the Box, which we will sell at the low price of Go-ilde- Py-lan- Come early and secure a Box before it gone, as we can't get any more like it. We are also making some very prices on el e, .'rhnXmwTZb tuXXtuTX j Heating Stoves, Queensware, and Glassware. " lt-llHqae- Payer. We are going to close out these lines, and you can get bargains while they last. L. P. & W. S. ELLISON. . s UUliUiaUlUiUUllUiUUlUiUU.lllUaiiUiliiUlUUiiUUiiliifC!S J - AMAs4MAAAMAAMAAa)AftAAAAaAA T TYLER. HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENT. them-helve- What Will in Don't Forget HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS. Prop'r, Eiokmazx, Ely. Chill Tonics, c. Fa-gn- Cough Syrups, WHSIT TTOJJ WANT Toilet Articles, Groceries, Lowne)T's Candies, Hardware, i L H, Window Glass, Lead and Oil, Queensware, and Fresh Meats, aiilMf-rllvtr- u k goto ILiodLf'ox'cl cfe ns-tu- g Ws Want Yoi? 1 l.w-tt.- - Pataage la Stoves, Tinware and Groceries d-- com-man- so-l- at-fe- - t, mdJj. Ur;A'v;.y.; ' .VMWMtlfcgo. ., HU -' fc- -. ) 5J H) X'W "V'"- - VFfciV v .v"j.;'..,,rf1- - '. tW t' ,fk . ' (, i- - Lt ' ' 'tl v- ' CTJffJMV- - niitli MiiMi'inii -- wan, .alt fa prwfw "ur TO ' Pains and Aches Of WANT MOJIK Dr. Talmnge DAVIDS. Rheumatism Hut this disease Is cured by Hood's vvlilch neutralizes Uio ncld in Uie blood. If jou li.ivo any symptoms of rliciimtlm talc. Hood's Snt sniiarllla at onre. mid do not asto time nnd inotuy on Tlio merit of unknown precautions Hood's Barsnpanlln Is unquestioned and Its revord of cures unequalled Is smf rlcs's Greatest Mcdlflnf for rheumatism Hootl'o Pills cure all liter Ills. M cents Mnko CountlosB Thousands Suffor. Says Every Community ShouldJIavc One. The IVnpIp .enl Ilnrrupllo riirlatlnn Lenders In llirlr llalil .unlnt StUnu frutn flip Old Prophet. From a text prolmtilj never before discoursed upon Dr. Tnluinge in this sermon shows how some people niultl-pl- j their resources for usefulness nnd in a novel vvnv urges the putting forth of more enetgj In right directions: text, II. Samuel 18:3: "Thou nrt worth 10,000 of us." One of the most wondrous characters nflilstltnewns D.uld. A boy, he could shepherd n flock oi carry "ten lonvrs nnd ten slices of milk cheese to liis In the regiment," or with d stone-loade- Hood's Sarsaparilla FORCE OF HABIT. lie Was ' Cum nnd lie l.rnlilieil fur Hie tsrd li Mnnillnir In Mreel Mlri. Rf IW IM mTHEYWANT' Irntherii thong, bring down n gljut whose armor weighed two hundredweight of metal, or emic ti lion which roared nt him in rnge to roar with pain lis he flung It, d.vlng, to the roadside, or could mar.-lin host or rule nil empire, or thumb u harp ho successfully that It cured Soul's demenstreet or railroad crossings. Tbn tia a harp from whoe string chipped would like to have the Chicago limit.' pastorals, clears, Ivrics, triumphal express tralu. with 300 passengers, o marches, benedictions. Now. this man. vertised to arrive nt a certain hour a combination of music nnd heroics, of a certain elt. slow up to let them r; dithyrambs nnd battlefields, of countwomlnutesj sooner to their elestlnatli try cpiletudes and statesmanship, is to not one farthing of their own oral fit out a military epedltlon. Four one else's welfare dependent on weJi-e- r thousand ttntips, necoidlng to they nrrive. one minute tie'ore 13 were sent fnfo the licit. The o'clock or one minute after You ought captains were put In eommnud of the to get permission from a riilroad si companies nnd the colonels In comto mount bcslte thecnp ner mand of the regiments, which were on a locomotive to reIize how n anj disposed Into right wing, left wing evils of recklessnes 'here are li the and center. (Jen. .loab, lien AbMinl vvli lying world funeral processions and (Jen. Ittnl are to lend these three up to get across hefo e the eowc.ivbcr t'tvisinns. Hut who shnll take the field strikes the hearse; ir in of famllj with lite Warn TnUltiK An Clinnres. as coiumnndcr in chief'.' David oilers wife and children b"lde him in u ajr- The elevator in a huge dowi, on, evidently bavin., made close. I'cu town olhtc building liovercit lor an instant Ins services, and proposes to go to the at the third floor, like hii impatient and front, lie will lend them In the awful among them a from the millennium. Colum-banu- s latlon as to whetl' r a stroke backward monstrous bird, then, with t clang of the chnrge, for be bus not ncciwnrdlv nerve locomotive would put them said to his friend: "Deieolus, gates. Hew upward and out of aiplit iron In nil his body. He did not propose to or forward In the journej to the vi1 age 'Hi? citizen from Sassafras Cross lioada have his troops go into perils which he ulij are jou alvvajs smiling?" The br dge turned fiercely to his wife was: "Hecause no one can take m v grocery; trnvel-- on a railroad "What made ou hold me back, mother!1" liimself would not brave, and the bat(iod from ine!" Wc want more men to Imping that h could get to then -J of "Why, Kben Dillv, who are vou talking tlefield lequlred ns much courage then the bridge bnorc the train rracl It to? Don't .vou stand there and jaw me!" ns now, for the opposing forces must, feel that they have a mission to cheer You have m rlcht to put jour ' In "Well, vou make me feel so foolish." others and to draw up the corners of peril miles b such exposure "Foolish, eh? I'oolish! That's all the in order to do nut, execution at all, thanks a woman gits for bein' careful. Von come up to within positive reach of people's mouths which have a long while is tis be gamed for others. What i time down here to git jour life insured, saber nud spear. Hut there came up been drawn clown more Davids who Imbecl'itj- in thousands; of Ameilans didn't e?" car. shepherd whole flocks of bright from the troops nnd the civilians n war during our recent Auierlco-Spnnls- h 'Course- I did." mlghtj protest against David's taking hopes nnd play a harp of encouragedisappointed because the surrei.Ier "Vc ain't done it yet, hev ye?" "(Join to do it jest js soon as I kin git to the field. His life wns too important to ment nnd strike down a (lollatb of de- came so soon, and they cou!d not ive spair, and of w horn we can sa : "Thou the advantage of being shot nt -- an thatlcvcnth floor " yes! Well, when je've done it je ran the nation. If lie went down, the em- nrt worth 100,000 of us." .loan hill, or brought down with the J. ride on all the elevators in creation if jc pire went down, whereas If the whole I admit that this thought of m.v text, jellow fever and carried on a li' ter 4 000 of the ranks were slnln another want to, hut not till then." full carried out, would change ninny to transport steamers, already so in . ny fcllowrd bj- - depression and distress to And the prudent wife began the lone army might be marshaled and the deof the marble stairs, fol feat turned Into victory. Thenrniv nnd of the world's statistics. Suppose a viland wear) Ilontlng lazarettos. Instead of thank ng great that matij- despaired of recovery lowed by her humble spouse. X Y Her the nation pniellcallv cried out: "No! lage is said to have 1,000 inhabitants (iod that they got no nearer to the and came to believe that the country aid. of them namel,500 Xo! You cannot go to the front. We and that one-haslaughter than Tampa orCbattbrr ga led passed bejond the stage of rapid have for jcars been becoming less in or the encampment at their own sMte envelopment nnrl would b;ve to settle estimate jou ns 10,000 men. Thou nrt boil, and through niggardliness nnd , capital, mad at the governmen'. n ad dewn totheslow pace of the older conn worth lO.OCOof us!" That armv nnd thnt nation then and grumbling, less in soul l'ach one of at (Iod, because the1 could not gr' tes tries. Hut In 1S77 signs of iceotery apf of what he onc peared, and In IS7S, when congress srnt the front In time to Join the l.ooOcorpes there reminded David, nnd now remind these is only of what she once wns. that are now being transported fmm out a commission to find out whj times us, of the fact which wc forget or never was, or one-haVERSUS upprrcinte at nil that some people are The original 500 have been reduced one-ha- the tropics to the national cemeteries vtsre so hard, the discovery was made in moral eiualit, and are really of the United States! Fxposure and that limes were not hare, but that the niomllj or spiritually worth far more than others nud some worth fur less. onl 250. Suppose that the other 590 daring are admirable when dutj- - ea Is, pjople were doing very well indeed. We have peace, and those, In like manner we heanl despairing The census and statistics of neighbor have maintained their original status but keep out of peril when nothing who are sorely afflicted with hoods, of churches, of n.itlons, serve and are neither better nor worse. Then practical acd useful is to be gained 'or cries in lB5and ISUfl.nnd many seemedNEURALGIA their purpose, but they can never ac- the entire population of that village i jour frtinll;. or our country or ur retillv to have given twaj to the ccutIcnever more t on that the counlrj-eouiiwill hav e peace from pain and curate! express the real state of 710. Hut suppose another village of God. I admire the David of mv a pcifect cure by using prosperous. Hut recovery began, ss things 'J he piacllc-n- l subject that I 1,000, and 500 of them ns the ears go a he suppresses himself and enters 'tie gnte of hi castle as much as I admire al ove stated, i 107 and continued tin want to present is that those bj, through mental nnd spiritual culST. JACOBS OIL. who have especial opportunity , especial ture, augment themselves until tbej him when with his four fingers and til now. just ns Iu IS77 and 1S73, when graces, especial wealth, especial talent, nre real! twice the men and women thumb clutched Into the grlzl loe't tl ere was no war nnd no shifting of artj control. especial eloipience, ought to make up they originullj were, and the other 500 of Goliath's bend, which he bad decapbj especial asslduitj and consecration remain unchanged and are neither bet- itated, and Saul ndmlrlngly nsk: as Ifit the parallel holds for the future has done so far the new jear will for those who have less opportunities ter nor worse, then the population of "Whose son nrt thou, joung mnn?"a-Drslnns Definition. David, blushing with genuine nuutesey, be imppicr than the old. May The work we do that isn't com- nnd less gifts. .on ought to do ten that Jillage Is 1,500. Meanness Is sub111 until 1'JW; pulsory. traction and iiolilllty Is adtlltlon. A- responds- - "l nm the son of tbj servanja trTrn crow mor tiroini-raii- In seinlpiiile times more (or (5ihi unci iiiminii upliftu pause, ending 'n llacheor A par of scissors with one blade ing than (ficxe who li.ne onlj-- n tend ccordup as ,v on rise In the scale of holi- .resse, the liefhlehcmlte." K'OI; from thnt on a fliirtii.nilng but missing. ness and generosltj nnd consecration, Now, here I another Important point leading sleep I he onlj satisfactory substitute of vour eiiulpiiient. The rank and the jou are worth 3 or ID or 50 or 100 or 1,000 As there arc so nianj people In the generallj Improving condition file of the 4.000 of the text told the for insomnia. world who amount to little or nothing up to Inflated values, and another imnlc they said: "Thou ail or 10,000. Itivals One pointing with pride to what truth when 1013. lint let us hope that some .Vol Ice, ni another views with alarm. friend, that this David, jou ought to augment joursclf, nnd 1' about worth 10,(100 or us." economic discoverer will ansc lo sate Immune A man who has been married sc In no cilj of its sic are there so wan lor, strategist, minstrel, master of not able, like David, to be worth lO.OOT us from another catastrophe long that he doesn't mind it it that blank verse and stone slinger at the times more than others, jou can com t Chicago Chronicle. Woman A device that helps man.v men of talent a are gathered in uie mand (loirs' grace to irrak' of the American nation. giant, whom the soldiers of the text esa man make a fool of himself. this capital timated clear up into the thousandfold jourself four times or three times, oi Klirt A girl who makes a fellow want to Some of the slates aie nt limes repreHOW ABOUT THIS? kiss her and then won't let him. sented bj men who have luillnl tal- of usefulness, on this particular occa- twice n much as some others. I'rai Conceited The woman who dubs a man a sion staid at home or In his place of twice ns much, read twice as nine! t mlrr lllllr IVii'lnll. Vrt-woman hater just because he doesn't admire ents nur good iiiofils. Their po'itieal part compensates them for partisan temporar residence, lien. Joab, (ien. give twice as much, go to chiircliTwIi l ThrntiKli Mien Iut. us much. Instead of spending jotir Autcpsy-- A method emulovcd b) doctors services bj sending them to congress, Ablshal and Gen. It till, who commanded (.rnrrntlnli to determine the nature of the patient's ail or In securing for them poaltl.usin the bo.vsin the right wing and left wing time finding fault with others, substi ment. the war or imvj or pension or print- and center, did their work brnvel and tutr- jour flelclitj- for their derellclloi . The latest pension report shows a ing depailiiieuts. Tlicv weie nobodies left 25,000 of the Ixml's, enemies dead on and default In nnj church there nr Wnntr.l n Csrlornmn, erj small uiiinbei less than I.OOO.tViO Mrs. Fatpurse You paint pictures to or- befoie I lie le ft home, and the are no- the field, and main of the survivors gut ten members, worth all the other.l.OOi pensioners on Ihc rolls, or considrra der, don't ou? bodies here. Hut the aie exceptional entangled iu the woods of l'phraim, In everj great busincs firm there ll more than the entire unrulier of (Ireat Artist Yes, madam man worth the other three part- mi n who entered the union serviccdiir-inAll the states of the L'nloii generallj and mixed up in the bushes, and stum"Well, I want a landscape with bits ol ners. In ererj legislative hall, state or the war. This Is indeed a vcr deer and bucks, and quad, and parlt.dges, send their most talented men ami men bled over the stumps of trees, and fell national, there are five men worth al and pheasants, and rattle, and sheep, and of exemplar lives and noble purposes. Into bogs, and were devoured bj wild condition of ntliilrs. It seems the other 50 or 100. Take the n:gge pigs, and so on, jou know; and put 4 lake Some of them have the gifts and beasts which seized them In the thickto indicate that not only have none of and an ocean in fresh and salt water, jou tlon of mj text nnd augment j'ourself the veterans died during the 33 of ten men, of 100 men jea, ets. Hut David did his work at home jcirs know; and be sure to have plentj of fish Wc all huzn for heroes who have been Make jour one talent do the work i' lhat have elapsed since the close of the swimming aiound, because it's for the din- of 1,000 men and Iheir constituents two, or jour five talents do the wrrl. o' war, but thnt bj the exercise of some ing room. Boston (llobe. could trulhfull employ the words' of In battle, and on their return what processions we form, aud what triumphal ten, or jour ten talents do the woik c' miraculous power each surviving inv text and saj : "'Ihou art worth W'lie-i-t True Lose Quits. of us." arches vie spring, and what banquets ZM. Mulllplj jour word of encour has contrived to double himself If l!ic engagement lasts long enough, the With such opportufflt are they aug- we spread, and what garlands we agenirnt. Mulllplj the number of and become n twin. Hut the veterans girl glows careless and makes her apiienr-anc- e boosts; jou can give to those who arc wreathe, and what orations we deliver, before her ste.nl) themselves arc not the ones who have in her kitchen menting their usefulness In ever postrjing to climb. of being on performed this astonishing miracle. clothes, and with her hair uncombed. Then sible direction? It is n stupendous nnd what bells we ring, nnd what canin a battalion, bj jour faith ir lx)o, in the man's heart, folds its tited thing to have power political powei, nonades wc fire! Hut do we do Justice tnnn I he pension agents nre the miracle hands on its breast and breathes its social power, ofllcial power. It bns to the stay at homes? David, who was God and new consecration be a vvho'i workers. Starting with one tolltarj Globe. often been printed and often ipioted as worth 10,000 of those who went out to regiment. I like the question of a ger veteran they have nd deservintr f a small nrmj when some on New-- Form of an Old Question. "So you one of tne wise sn ingsof the ancients: meet the Lord's enemies In the woods of ernl branched out collnteially and co!lrc-tlvel- j was counting the number of officer wish to inirrj in daughter?" "Yes. sir" "Knowledge Is power." Yet. It may ns Kphrnim that daj did his work in rehave embraced all until the "Well, cm vou support her in that condition cerlainl be power for evil as for good. tirement. nnd soldier of the opposing forctsnt 'his sisters nnd Ills cousins and his idleness to w hicli she has alwava been actho simill number of their own nrmj The lightning express rail train has Oh, the world needs a day of judgaunts " eien unto the llilid generation; customed?" Chicago Daily Ilecord. power foi good if It Is on the track, but ment to give man of the sin at homes nnd the general crlrd out In Im'lgno slid thus do we: find manj bold vvairlnrs ' How many do jou take me to Never be at jour place of business when horrible power for disaster if it leaves proper recognition. In the different tlon: Jiawing pensions whuuiclelj i Illicit ted a person wants to borrow monej of jou, the track nnd plunges down the emwars the sons went to the front nnd on be?" David nns tnriH) rnrn. Yo Ihc smell of powder tluough a remote because if jou are in jou will !,- - out, but ocean steamer has jiovv-- t ship's deck or bat tic field exposed their ought to be nt least two men in Hi riicestur As Senator Vest rciisarks. if jou are out ou will bt ia. Tcwn and bankment The for good sailing in right direction lives nnd earned the admiration of the battle for God and righteousness. Country Journal. Ibis thing ought to lie stopped let The dailj paper sa.v that my oY nnd In safe wnteis and under good countr. Hut how about the mothers have a pension, und make friend Jeremiah C Lanphier, of Xew tver) utcrnti There is, after all, no man so ornery as the helmsmen and wide awake watchmen nntl fathers who through long jcais large enough to keep hhn comfortaone who marries Ins landladv to avoid paj cm the lookout, but indescribable power taught those sons the noble sentiments York, l dead at 90 ear.v of age. Hut ble the lBt of his honored ilajs; but ing his board bill. Atchison Globe. for evil If under full hradwaj It strikes thnt Inspired them to go nnd then gave the arc mistaken. Thnt man cart nev 't i t itiiio sit down on t lie business die. lie will live ns long as Ilravct As steam power oi elecIf that them up, when perhaps a few words of cr if inheriting pensions Kven a bear storv may not be the naked the breakers tricity or water forces mav be stored In earnest protest would have kept them lives, lie was the father of Wtallct) truth.-- U vvu will soon become a nation of A. W. Haletin. boilers', In cljnnmos, in reservoirs, to ou the farm and In the homestead? The vivified and nrouslng prajcr meeting'' and then who will paj the lie established the noondnj Fultor in sloneis, be cmplojcd all over a (own or city, so day of final reward will reveal the tensions? TO TELL c.ou sonuliiie nil in one man enough anil the fhleJJiy-o- f thousands street prajcr meeting, famous through(nltli to supply thousands of men with w ho never In nil their lives received one out Christendom. aniLmoie,hotiorespf is n llHiiUer rs II. (lod than any devotional meeting- - nee A country bunker subscribing to the comngc. If a man happen to be thus Tbooo Grateful "Women "Who Havo endowed, let him realize his opportu-- i word of prutse. Oh, je unknown, je the world began. He Intioiltien the 'und of the wajsnnd ni'ans commit faithful und Christian aud nil enduring "ifli- Boon Hoi pod by Mrs,. Plnkbam. it and improve it. time mil- staj at homes! I haveno power now to little bell on the prnjer meeting hie xnicssex himself as follows lions of men are lest this na- do jou Justice, but I tell on of one who which alwnjs tapped when pi nn loscel please find my subscription. ng iVhen the time for nction arrives I may tion make a mistake, and enter upon has the power, nnd of the day when He were itollx or exhortnntrons- ti. Women who have suffered severely winded. Finding that unnj bo ess I ci more 'I be cause of bimetallism nnd been relieved of their Ills by Mrs. some policy of government for flic isl- wlljput It forth. It will be the da there-publimist speedilj triumph or the muss of when the thimble, nud the ladle, and the men arc from -' noon to one i rc Piukliam's advice nnd meilicinu nro ands of the sea that wlb founder (iod will give to n few men on darning needle, Uir population will be icdiiei d ton constantly urging publication of their and the wnslitub, and nt comparative leisure, he widi that at 12 little better tlinn Ihc pensnntrj statements for the benefit of other wo- both sides of this ijurslloii faith and the spinning wheel, and the sc the, nnd September, 1857, o'clock of the d of courage for nil the rest. There arc the thrashing machine, and the hamthere would h n if feuda! times. The sturilj' manhood men. Here are two such letters: two false positions many are now tak- mer, and the trowel, and the plow, will prajcr meeting of one hour in the mill if n few decades ngo Is giving nwnj Mrs. Lizzir Hrvrrlv, 258 Mcrrimac upper room of the ileformed rUrrh, npblly to servility. I have been a ing, false as fulse can be. The one is como to as high an St., Lowell, Mass., writes: appreciation as a on to a long tell chnige we "It affords inu great pleasure tohavo that if Cubadecline I'orlolake under full ng;isnunder, or the sword, or the batteri- wentFulton street. New 18York. Lai e,bier ng that for the hinttime notwithstandito that room at Itico and the Vclock in sat nnd Ifjenrs I have been ram thnt pounded down the wall, all suffering women of the benetltl nlone. At 12:.'l0 n man enlerei1 and I director of u national batik. Let mo l'hlllpplnes wo make a declaration Hint or the flng received from taking Lydia E. Pink that was hoisted ou the others-camwill bo disastrous until there were si wornuke tills prediction, that In the fight ham's Vegetable Compound. lean hard- other nations will to our nation, and scaled parapets. shipers present. The meeting n the if 1900 we will hnve over half of the of The warrior David of mj text showed following noonday ly And words tocxpress my gratitude for archipelagoes and take control andthose perrule numbered Su and ountry bankers with us, for the rea-,oand moral prowess In the next day 10. Then what she ban dune forme. My trouble haps to our humiliationthem, destruc- more mul life meelli v thut they nre now slmplj the mv unstnjlng nt home than he could have was ulceration of the womb. I was too large Is that If we room, nnd tion. The other that cannot beanie-j- der the doctor's care. Upon examina- take possession oftheory once Spanish shown commanding in tho field, lie taken Into the for the auditprlum was ,oellnns of monej Invested. Congestion those main and or profitablj' tion he found fifteen very large ulcers, colones we Invite foreign interference, was n natural warrior. Martial airs for II join, that service bns beei. but he failed todome pood. 1 took sev- and enter upon n career that will flnnlly stirred hhn. The glitter of opposing religious center of Christendom the sill even kill n country bnnker." eral bottlcsof I.ydla E. Pinkliam'fi Vegeshields fired him, lie wns one of those bj nnil VI eii ns. bo the demolition of this government. for from all table Compound, also used the Sanative Hot li positions are immeasurab!? mis- men who feel nt home in the saddle, earth have prnjerthere, and parts of the The ways and means committee hits come pnvcrs the Wash, and am cured, Mrs. Ilnkhnm's takes, (lod The peohas set apart this continent patting the neck of a pawing cavalry offered been answered sometimes with met w Ith pronounced success. democrat-e- , medicine saved my life, and I would ple regard the movement ns l free government, nnd the triumphs horse. Hut ho suppressed himself. He n resound that was for recommend it to nil suiTerlng women.!' of Christian!!, nnd we may take cither obejed the command of the troops Christendom. Hundrtds ofthrouihotit In that It gives the people an oppor-tunltj- " s Mrs Alios Tiiomulkav, Ellcnburgh the tlrst or to run thrlrown politics. Herestepped Into thnt lli'linda the second course without whom he would like to have command- of souls-havCtrN.Y writes: We may sny to those islands, ed. ruin nnd been healed. That meeting started tofore, a few who In the end were bene" I took cold nt the time my baby "We do not want jou, but we have set Some of the greatest Stdunsand the great icvlvnl of H5S, In which It fited by cln s legislation hnve put up vv us born, causing me to have milk thetnoncj to paj the expenses of panj have been In backwoods wns estimated 00,000 souls were ou free; now slny free, while wc see legs, and was sick In bed for eight that the Spanish panther never again kitchens or In nursery with three chil;nmpa!ui, nnd titer Is no doubt bill When Mondnj morning Dweeks Doctors did me no good, I puts its paw on jour neck," or wc may dren down with scarlet fever, soon to ecember Z0, his soul ascended, that it irsulted In lolllicinns being think placed under obligation to s'ich class surely thought I would die. I was o Invite the annexation of Cuba nntl l'orto Join the twoalrcadj In the church nrd, he was met at the gate of Heaven by interests, and the fulled lo get troubled with falling of tho womb. nico, and my to the Philippines: "Get or amid domestic wrongs and outrages n welcoming Huong as might) n. that The plan I could not cat, had faint spells as teady, by ediiottliou and has, gieetcil an ndiniited soul legislation prpnilieil them. enough to transform nugelsliitodevlls, which Rood morals Df (he democratic putj is to look to often as ten times a day. One day a for free government, nnd nt the right or In commercial life within their own for flvecenturli-s- . Hiimblennd without the people and free the part from an) lady came to sec me and told mo of tho time J ou shall be one of our territories counting-roomIn time of Illnck Frimake-up- , anj thing brilliant In hi benefit she had derived from tnklng on the way to be one of our states " day pnnlcs, or In mechanical life In their through faith in God nnd concentrated ihllgntlon to the privileged clnsses s medicine, and adLydia I. Anil thru Is no power In Knrope, sl.i own enipcntei shop or nil the fcniTnld-luIt ge'iieruil Incomes When prnjer. he shook the earth nnd enrapvised tno to try it. I did nud had or A Men or nil combined lhat could nf vviills swept bj coldoi smitten bj tured llies lieuvens. He wits known that Marl, lliiiiiiu lias litis exonly hall a bottlo before I wm Imrtii this nntlnii In its worldwide' cu bent. No telegiaphle whe. irporlej ono. en. liM.ooo firillnaiy worth ti). pansion business llxcil, a whole lot of taken Chilst.a'n j aula to sit In a chair. After taking dem or, fioil Is mi the i'!c uf the rljflit. the rrl.ls of the conflict, no Iniinei' whi workers Dear old fijcnd iroplc win quit sittii g up niyiitsour I,anpli!er, three bottle I could do my own work. tnil by riiroctt ImploraMo. for 1)1 Une t,Sl I.outfr !Uiiii)lo. ltr Wfd iu celcurale thrlr tlclory, how I loved youl feeiltlli" I IB Hott Id poi-its-t trains-figuration nl . 1 It'ad-slicetx-esheep-ishi(' fast-fl)ins re-p- lj r 1 3 as-.clf reception 'I he crush was terrible. 1'eople with tender feet uttered lidf Rroans here and there, and weak unmrn vvould have fainted if there had been tiny hope that fainting would have done the least good. liver and anon IlurnanL would nuke a frantic grab for something above his head, and then looked disappointed I.imbert watched linn reach up half a vvav dozen times, and then d?ed ln through the crowd to where his fnenu svas leing jostled about Jmt as he got there somebody gave a lurch somewhere, and the people began to sway about as they do in crowds vvhtr there are nervous or mischievous persons who insist on pushing. KurnanK was almost carried on ins teet, nnd bo made n frantic effort to grasp the invisible something that be bad previously endeavored to find above his bead . "See here, old man," exclaimed "what are jou trying to find up there?" flurlunk pave a start, as if he had just aroused fmm a trance, looked st his friend, and then replied "It's force of habit. This crowd makes ro think, every little while, that I'm in.mrect car, and, involuntary, I reach for the strap, whenever the people begin to lurch " Cleveland Leader. sup-ircc- d It was at the Himbuh MinimiUn wed-din- guidance on the part of this nation wc will be led to do the light. We arc on the brluk of nothing. There it no frightful cihls. This tinln of republican and democratic Institutions is a through train, and all wc want Is to have the engineer and the brakemnn and the conductor attend to Hull business and the passengers keep their places. We want men In this nation with faith enough for nil. Wc want here and there a David worth 10,000 men. A vast majorltj of men have no surplus of confidence for others and hardly enough confidence for themselves. The go through life sa Ing depressing tilings and doing depressing things. The j chill prnjer meetings, discourage chnrltablc Institutions, Injure com merce and kill churches. The blowout lights when the ought to be kindling them. They hover around a dull lire on their own hearth and take up so much room that no one can catch the least ealoile. Instead of stirring the hearth into a blaze, the crackle of whose backlog would Invite the whole nelghlsorhood to come in to feel the abounding warmth and see the of the faces. As wc all have to guess a great deal about the future, let us guess something good, for It w ill be more encouraging nnd the guess w ill be Just as apt to come true. What a lot of Ingratrs. the Lord has at Ills tabl- epeople who have had tluce meals a elny for SO jcars and jet fear that the will soon have to rattle their knife and fork on an einptj dinner plate! Hem many have had, winter and spring nnd summer nnd fall, clothing for GO j cars, but expect an empty wardrobe shortlj ! flow many have lived under free Institutions all their dajs, but fear that the United States maj be telescoped in some foreign collision! Oh, but the taxes have gone up! Yes, hut, thank (iod. It is easier, with monej. topaj the taxes now that thej arc up than It was without money to paj the taxes when the were down. We want a few men who have faith in (iod and that might future which holds several things, tut 'ti.l knows anil God will renumber aud Uoil will adjust, and by lllm ij.r fnlllng of a tear Is as certainly noticed ns the burning of n world and the tint ter of n sparrow's wing as the flight of the apocalj pile nichaugcl. Oh, what n God we have for small things ns well ns big things! i)nv no moic helped nt the front than helped nt home. The four regiments mobil Ized for the defense of the throne of Israel were right in protesting ngalnst David's of his life nt the front Had he been pierced of mi nrrovv, or cloven down with a bnttleax, or fntnllv slung fiom snorting war chnrger, what a disaster to the throne of Israeli Ab solom, his son, was n low fellow and tin tit to iclgn; his two chief characters' tics were his handsome face nnd In long hnlr-- so long that when he had n cut that which wns scissored oil weighed "00 shekel ufter the and when a man has nothing but n handsome face and an exuberant of hair, there I not much of hhn. Th enptureand slaj ingof l)n Id w ould ha been u culiunltj irreparable. Uunecr Miry exposure would have been a clln for David, ns it is a crime for jou. In nine case out of ten the fatn ties every day reported are not tl fault of engineers or brnkemeu or coi doctors or cab drivers, but of the tt pldltj nnd recklessness nf people NOW AND HEREAFTER. IMPERIALISM Hill A FOLLOWS. (he Ariv HE WAS THE REAL THING. Iluvr n Territorial Coiuiiilllrr svllb Loin (inns 'Imiieil n Con- Iriirs Meuntiir, "1 represented the territory in congress then," Idimhtd the man who hast ctut iu d to the cast that he tiu) spcud his dreluiin' )e.iu among tho friends of hi jouth, where I "In one uf the frontier happened to visit the) were ttyiug to raiso funds for a charitable purpose, ami I was invited to attend an entertainment (liven with a view to helping the cause. 1 was scarcely Inside when a committee of three with Ionic hair, Inns facts and lornr, cuns. Invited me to n little tent at one side of the hall. " 'Now, gincr'l,' said one of them who had no definite Idea as to tl e proprirl) of titles, 'vou'll jest set where vou are 'I his here thtiiK his got ter win, fur what few wiiuin folks we has is into it, and we cant disapp ml 'cm I'll tell vou as a ftlen' to lay unlit here and look plcvsuit. Don't 1'V '" P' tieulair 'tcntion to the galoot outside ' "I'lien I heard 'Step right Inside, litliri and cents, an' see the only live sinatorever brought to these hcie diggins, He's imiiort-yat lag expense from the wile of ,ige-brus- h county an' has been tamed by a coin- uitirr in I'ur nrareti eutrens app inteil lur that special purpose He's the teal thing, an all others is Imsc mirrtatioris w Inch none r in would take fur thegivin' He speaks "f .king ge per feck an" is as harmless as a I'rosiirrllj la Present, Xnlnrnllf--, Inlliitril Vniiies Will Itesult nnil Panic I'olliivr. .Nntiiml nml Pollcj ii r Ksimusltiu Orlnlu Itesult ol urillril 111" HciMilitlcntia, I'nquestlonably the people of the I ailed States were mure prosperous on the whole during the jrnr which has just closed than they were In 1S97 or in nnj j ear since IMC The bank clear-teg- s were greater than In nnj' previous Indicating a greater aggregate of nrusncllons. The foreign demand fr.r iur products of agriculture, extrnordi i.arj as It was In 1SU7, was not lets, 1'ioiigli prices were somewhat lower. In 193. The cotton crop of the jear vts the largest ever produced nnd flowers were fairly piosperous, Hiougb t'ij received less per pound for the r prmluct than In previous jcars. The exports of manufactured articles were )f greater value than ever before, and f .ir the first time In the history of the v.-a- country exceeded the value of like imports. Huslneis failures were fewer and the liabilities of the fai'rd concerns were less than for a number of jrars. In short, there were nbiuu'aiit v'denees of recovery from depression .ml a return of general prosperity. Partisans of a certain variety laj- - It n'l to the republican party to the F ngley law, which wax a republlcsn measure; to the triumph of an alleged gold standard candidate in 1S, who re done not a thing to Insure the maintenance of that standard, and even to he war with Spain, for which President McKlnley has not jet claimed nil sLc credit and which has been n consla-abl- e tax upon the earnings of the people. view. The Such Is the politician business view, ns eprcssed by aud other commercial sgencles. U thai the country has been prosperous net bcciusc of but In spite of the war: not bees iseof nnjthlng that pirtj politicians lure done, bu. because of favoring condi Inns upon which party policies nud s hemes have had no influence abundnh crops and extrao.dlnnrv foreign dr naml for our surplus and the natural processes nf recuperation r.fler n perle ' of depression. view is the right And the one. The time had come for recover) from the prostn.Miig effects of the cob It liepse of IS'Jl. alii recoverj began. legan. Indeed. In ISU7, having been histened bj an unusual shortage In the production of foodstuff- - abroad. It nns continued in 1V.iS with further acceleration from the same source. How little the politicians have had to eb with It we maj gather from the parallelism between the periods of 101-0In tS73 there was panic and 1S71 a: disastrous as lhat of 1S0.1. it was 's PEACE PAIN the Philippine islands wc get a population that will not be so easllj' disposed of. It will have to be preserved and governed bj mllllarj rule. Just now there seems to be nothing In sight but holding the archipelago ns a vassal state. It Is too soon to boast of whatlhe republican or anj- - other parly Is going to do about expulsion or imperlsilsui The mind of President McKlnley Is not necessarily made up. The ratification of the treatj with Spain would not make It necessary for the Cnlted States to annex the Philippine. The way would still be open for the establishment of an Independent government, inch as Is contenipIatd for at Cubs. This countrj has Jumped several conclusions during the last nine or ten months, but It will be well to study the prime conclusions awhile. The 'pulley of possible oriental acquisition was one of trry sudden c'etelop-men-t. The thinking period vvli! come before we get through with thee-ntlrnction. Some of those who are out for radical exinslor, and denouncing as pessimists and traitors those who hesitate, maj see lh time when they will acknowledge thst Ihey ontj thought thej winted a widening of "the borders. On the other hand, those who advlie the government to proceed cautiously, and not wihoHt the closest examination of the conditions, may turn out In the end la tie Hie best expansionists of all. Tl e notion that we must grab something merely to show for Dewej's vlclorj l an Idle one- .- Cincinnati l.'nqulrer. new-crjln- The San Frnuclsco Chronicle grr.ndll oquentlj remarks that there will be no Imperialism to combat, but that If the democratic party proposes lo lll.t expansion it will not only have to con lend with the icpubllcnn party, but with the patriotic and voters In Its own ranks, nnd vvth the JtiTcr Ionian and Jacksonlnu principle ns well. Fiddlesticks, An acre of such "words, words, words," Is not worth n rush. JclTerionlan and Jacksonlnu principles never contemplated the acquisition of vassal states, nnd that Is what to distinguished n republican as Senator Hoar sujswe will get If we lake the Philippines, The association of the name of 'I houias JelTcrion with ex pan siou is In connection with the I.ouitlnn.i purchase. Thnt was not a case of Imperialism. We took In a large piece of tere ritory with a primitive population of advancement. Wc prcccedcd to exterminate It. Or, rather. It 1ms almost disappeared In front of the march We got n lot of terriof civilization. tory from Mexico, with some undesirable people who have not counted 'n the general development. The oldei' portion of the countrj has furnished the thriving population for the new. With Inca-pibl- tuu get one. My bank has haven't got a dollar However, asjoii love me for ni)self alone--- " I irneh," he In "As I was sajinit, M trrruptrd tuberose up. "I called to see) one father about that col)ard, and will trrs. ikiss no fuithrr em vour valuible time, evening!" thanks for vour kmdncsi-go- od -- Philadelphia Press. joursclf alone," "llsvcn't )oti iccu she ralml) asked. "No, darling" and A n it It XV si a IIIITrrriit. vou were not an heiress," he said a l a wind up to his Impassioned appeal If you hadn't humllcda of thousands of dnllati, while I am poor, the ease would bedilhrrriit. You would know then that I loved )ou for "If Hi rcnin(5 papers? "Ilettrr I ... the We think Piso'a Cure for Consumption la JennU only medicmo for Coughs, III., Oct. 1, 1S0I. Pmckard, Spring-field-, The Chinese sctor never goes on the) stage without Ins rue. Chicago Daily News. Pleasant. Wholesome, Sisly, fen coughs is Hale's Honev ol lloiehnuud nnd Car Pike's Toothache Dkiim Cure iu one iiuuute. Too many make a god out of the majority, Ham's Horn A in somrbod) captured oil nth nlvvais means a felt her sop llilcaga Daily N 'ss. -- pet lam" i , .u... ii - ,, imrous niasier, aim I never i... .in-.iikiin in) life exerted ni) self harder to be agne. able Some of jou might thl.ik vou would . I,..., ,,,.,- - .!,..., .... I. 1.... jni never saw .l.nA .iiuc-iciiiii.,nm that special committee."-Detr- oit Free , . The best efforts of the ehslrnuker art constant!) bring sat upon dohlcii Da) s, .. Press. ami the f.inner are taking unusual intrirst of nature dust as much in this Interest has been shown in Hostelter'aStuiu a. h llitti is, whieh has the m nil isritv ol cur Ing lvapeMla, Iri.llirvsliAtt, anj (nil to IiIimhI iliMinlera other trim-dle-a twnrfit In rhronir cases it rairtv fails, and It cures whenever a cure is poible. A Double- - Crop nf Apples. On a l.ong Island farm is an apple tree which (Hire two ciops of fruit the pan v ear, Ticccp I asaas Xe know of notlilni: better to tear the lining ol vour throat and lungs, It Is better than wet feet to cause bronchitis and Only keep it pneumonia up Ions cnoucli and ou will succeed in reducing) our weight, losing, your appetite, bringing on a flow fever and maVini; ever) thing exactly right lor the f.ams of con sumption, Stop coughing and ou villi get well. T T coughing tl,t I'rmltlllK- - Matrrllltraa, "What made )ou lose ) our Hare in tin kissed br "HcesiHse I wasn't going tn the lieutenant right after he had sunt led that odiueis, rwpiieriiiiMt ehrwiiig Ikig'ii nil" Cleveland Plant Dealer. 1 HlMi'a Hilar We olTer One Hundred iKsllats Hciwid for any rase of Calatih tint camiot Itemed by Hall's latarib Cute. F .1 I 'helsev A t ' . t'ropa , Toledo O Iiave known F .1 We, the Chaws furtliehsat I5)ears,aiidlehri- him erfstl) honorable Hi all hesmtcas traiisac tsons ami tioanciall) able to (Mir out an) uhligattnn made bv their lirtu West A. I'nsat, WlnIeale Diugguita, To nii.bM-g.wk-- flpp's Cherry pectoral ' llsll's Catarrh Cure (a taken luteins ) diies-tl- ) upon the lJnsl aitd itiurt.s snifters of the avstesn I iter i.V irU tie Sdd bv all DiifagUts. 'I vstimoiuaii fn feting Haifa Family PilU arc the best. Sninll Itrnllsalliin, "Of all m espeetatHsns in life," ssij th sossibcnisagesl man, ' I bare trait l only esse, and that was the eprrlati thai I the tHhels" N Y. should fail tes Sun. I'n Cure n Cold In Our lln Take Imitative llrossm IrssfKists ivfstH.l iwim-- if it (ait Its euir IJoaiiM-TalJWs I)rHggt, W aiding. Kinnan Tnledrt, O. A Marvin, Wlrolesa'e O. one-hal- lf AUTOCRAT ALGER. 'I l Sfic lf lie ltr.ul.llenil Ungual. mi All Hit- - Mi Ills "I.ikiiI TIiImrs" Iu Sllttil. ! "I always mrs " lt e v The-ount- ry s labor-savin- g litlit-rllfi- - g ipiali-flcatlo- 10,-0- vet-eia- n Ins-trn- d last.-Atih'- son authority In a ss J 7 or ft til s t,MII Cuba, Porlo Ilk-- or th Philippines, iMtasr tasattlljr upon the approval of tho major IN commandine the military forces vt till N t 3 tM I ho United Male In Cuba, l'orto llleo or i t rnlsesl (he Phlllilne. "hu shall, beforo apprciv-In- s OVs- No J or concession, be speany such Kr-s tla Hsaseo .. . V s , cially autlioriieJ by ili secretary ol war ' MAY Prime p rk hi" J It is evident from this that the lumber PNi iVIsluNo IILn'ThK-lkasertldealer of .Michigan, the Prime lo rknlcr rrntmerT who bought his waj Into the cab ") t l . 1 M to fakr-.API'M: IsW t II Nisi loci and who bungled lo badly the 10r.10Bs--l'e- r of his drimrtinenl that a whitertili'AUO. 1 J W washing committee bud tube appointee) ri.DL'K WIsirstaMjan (iRAIN Wheal Satlsi .. in his Interests, ha. resolved that no e Nt 1 i fcicasio sjw Isms K ITIHN "10ft snaps" In "the colonies" shall es- OATx-N- Ne. t 1 tt cape him. What isoongrrssgulngtodo POHIC M s . . tn 4 ilHi b about It? There concessions nre worth I.AIIII ofMsa NKW YOHIC n.aii millions of dollars. Is the i i of vvar to be allowed the sole PLOUIt WIbiw pa MM , .. S No SO', vVMIIAT S end autocratic control In these mat e eiHN-- N . ssln.t ni, H SI', As a matter of record it n nj be ltK- slated that hi the United States fran I.1s- MlisslMs POHK Nco HN lo i, s w chises on the public domain can only I.AKli Western le grantrd bj securing the assent of rUM'rt-l'amI M I5 the house, the senate and the presl-e'en- UKAIN .iTI'aHillr ok cat. . . .. Ms ', lint, so far as our new posses;; W A f , sions arc concerned, Alger Is king. Ill Oats Notohllr u ,u vtcrd is law. lie can favor his friends A i Nre No MVcun t and refuse to favor those who have no "A'lTI.B Plrst iimIiij 1 What Is congress going lilXIS Wetiervt (special "pull." IS'lUVN'APOt.Pvl lo do about it? Chicago Democrat. . KMN -- Wheat s.. . 9r fl t nit, V " m i. l l o ci-eeKen-ri- Investor, sjndlcate or trust Drop treated wants a franchise In Culm, I'orlo llleo Sous, id AtlasiU. free by Dr II II (i'ern's (,a lU a,lr!rt ;eo or the PMI'ppines, the proper person specialists ill lis wvlM Head Itself tl" mlr o nppresaeh is Seoretar Alger, of the tiscHieul in another ivlumii ut tln papst var department. An order has been issued by Alger which makes the case THE MARKETS. clear and which reads as follows: IMS VII Jan r I "t'nlll otherwise ordcrrd no srrants er rattle lt concessions of public or corporals rights 1.1VK STCXsat1. (hern. .. .rentstHuai sa HI tt I TS I W !. slrcl Pair or franchises for the construction of pubS J. S V Al.Vr.s WfSt walks, such as rail lic or asnt ImmV). S 3 M testrarspti and Ulrphntie IlLMah- Cassisi. r bails, Uir.l itt'kcSa..H..M..., .(.ft ft J ISv I'nca, ahall lj ma.la fy anr mUirieifal ) If anj cia ha! stiluWt tn long want iatrodvsrtions ' "I like to diarotrr they are fvsshali tm."- - Chi Wh" cure cough of every kind. An ordinary cough disappears in single night The rackm coughs of bronchitis arc soon completely mis- tcrcJ. And, if not too far along, the coughs or conarc completely sumption cured Ask jour druggist for one or Dr. Aycr's Cherry Pectoral Plaster. It will aid the action of the Cherry Pectoral. sv.r su4 il.tlra tt Utl irtettM-.' y (nti, m rnn a4fl tree ta a ort'a jt lr- s ' 4 iri r ' ,x'i ' ftsr.ai t fr-V If na htva an rMnttlalnl Sal. tram. rt, othftr local Kovernmtiiul M ciuasl-ciiill- e lia-t- I I MS J t AVHH l.lt tt.. al il'it 'iisiH ! ( HsVfJUosVf Of i,rB--N- u srf. :ye-Ni- Wo-lf- l e air .!. ril .aJ" k.-- . bust-net- s tl wev. o. on a postal and you nur 153 page lllus- (rated c.tlabRue tree Send II yur nJJrcss vnd J Z . WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., -- tis? trl lOWtacbtstcrATfnEWUAVE5,C0;5.2 -- t. zjmm3 A 444444S)44 1t Natural Black Is Producod liy of lAwn-M- ued U'li !s) Buckingham's Dyew'lT.. J5cti Jiufi jtset P Mstitika.llsiSvs.sl M All. ln - PRESS COMMENTS. (at N ' S uni-i- f con-lim- wns not born In Ohio, but ns he did not have the choosing of his birthplace the people of lhat state may forgive hhn. vvltli the caution thnt It must not occur again. Denver Post. Some of our good protectionist friends nre nlrcndy shivering nt the prospect that expansion will necessarily destroy their pet doco trine of protection. A Chinese wall that Is punched so full of holes lis expansion would punch, lan't worth much for pro- Since using the McKlnley brand of soft soap, the south will hnve no other. Albany Argus. The people must abolish the trusts or the trust will reduce the masses to bankruptcy und slavery. Houston (Tex.) Post. The new sccrelarj of the Interior I ,l, L T.'"t II W MS Wne i jrn M irt I ol - II t r, tnt rt N 0 r a I a"j V 3- I 1 t ( i o MMmM tt ! arankisl In ft hitir tth krUUURS' LIQUID CX1RACI OF SM0KC. tsda Irani bkSnr wu.1 I'ht.twr, tlrsa.r, w.l.r. aaj .ar.r than I arllf.r h.tirf fut 'III tv li MlM " il ', j ( - vltit urn ( I') HI n : CesMloariit nDnDCVCH LlWrO I ittrta(ltcllu Iv. Pitt. Itllirl Ur.lt. li. tssssa s.ivt,tM..ia,t, IIS linn, Ulli. ,!'. IIISCOVI.MVjlr s' strjIfl.Mt- - nac-r.l II A !' ii.NA5N51jsS!oScSs For Infauti and Children Use At-lh- con-llllo- n self-contr- V hei-re- lliou-urnl- d. al-e- s Fink-ham'- r, every cMruvtignncc at Washington can devise Is Haunting Itself In the name of expansion. A petty, but insignificant Instance of this sphlt is nlTurdeil bj the net of Ihc house last week Increasing the police force of the capltnl building from 49 to C7. In vain did dissent Ing members call attention to the notorious fact that these police have onlj nominal duties nnd only nominally attend to thrm. The Job went through the home like lightning. Hoston (llobe. It Is but n jear ago since Mr. himself snld In his message to congress: "I speak not of forcible an ncxntloii, for that cannot lie thought of. That, bj eiur code of innralltj would be criminal aggression." That is the simple truth Hveijbodj-knowit. Anil yet the snme man who uttered It now threatens both the Cubans and the Filipinos if the do not submit to Ills will. He proposes to withhold the mutter fiom congress, He announces Hint he will not cull n special session of congress to consider the nioiie- question unless iihsiiied that his policy Iowa ul these Isliiml will not be Interfered with How' fur In the toad nf "oilinliiiil n((giiluii" uie we golnjf? liullRiinnulli .Sentinel, Kvcry tection purposes I'tlea Observer. "If II. 11. llniinn," snjs Mark Ilannn, "expects any currency legislaOf tion, or any extra session, he had better hang up his fiddle." Apropos whereof, the Wnterbury American observes that as Mark gcncrnllj suggest to Duly STAH PLUG L. & M NATUHAL LEAK nud Destiny what thej lind better whisper In the president's ear, II II , the CLIPPER I'LUG currency reformer, should get his CORNER STONE PLUG SLEDGE PLUG poluter In time. Albany Argus SignaluiBl jJfty i44Kr ZftV PLUG ( 1 .- For Over Thirty Years The Kind You Have Always Bought job, that the hangers-o- n SCALPING KNIFE PLUG SLEDGE MIXTURE SMOKING TiiaaWW Ac MVKIIH TOHACCO Not Made by O I K VJ & T QT V B C O rOMP'Y, I N E ! HsP I Miiiiuliirliirrp, "IF AT FIRST YOU DON'T SUCCEED," TRY 8AP0LI0 Allen's Ulcrrlno stnlsr Is ihODnly surot ureln Ilia world for hrniile I'lctrs, llunn lUrtra, Slurorviluiia ITItrrs, S'nrleo.a Ulrna, Wlilln wflllna, FrirrHnrn, anil all Ola Haret, It novertalfs ItrawsoutaUptilsun HarrssnnaAtil lletlsslsorur Hulls, sutTerlnit C'utet iruisnent tiirlmnrlrs, I'll... "altII llli.um, Hums, I uls mall aui ill ie.larj. ami all SrrsU VVonnil.. .1. P. AI.I.S.N Ml llll'INld Of. llous rrr III,, NI, I'.iul, Mlnu, MulU by llruaila s. C s AMortin.nl It. tha VVorU Allbln,laof llunSslor llotua Atnn.nisli. InrtucUna Naw Plata Ju,t l.aiiaat I hap. !. li.li... llltluKiia., SI ra Jatl. s ?.fn Worki, Wears I'lais. I'a.-r San. I'll (or JJss Mala Cliararltri unlr. Tal.l.ius Sf.n.rr, ria.s Vitinlf, llaka-Vlltt.rUli Aintl.urs tlullr In It,. Slay, tloi.) . S.l.rllnir riss "Haw tn Mat. lit," NASIIi:i. lars-.a-t I0O Catalogues j, ,..ri'' piiYS e t. sen VV. SIV.I Ml., fiiw Yi.rk ll, - llh'AliKltH IlKHIIIINU OI'TIIIS PAfril It) IIUV ANVIIIINO AUVKIIIIsKII I.N ITHIOM-'MrlllUIII.il I.N8lsT UPON IIAVINU IIKrUOtNO WMAT'IIISV A8K S Hast Uuuah brruit. Igjw- - f lia ibfiii A. N K Q ySi'i j mlyp I a.tia tli.I.' Vu . i! J7,a Ai.faunsrni:Tfi uit uiirATioxH ,vni:. WIUTI.M4 til tin tiu istnts) pltnsc ittlt) Ibnl jFOll UT. (it AdMitlM. kTV ' " ve-i'.'- i rTrTTjIrr3TTFrrTv!r ivtJSsl