You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hickman courier The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1899 hic1899012001_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. gBBSS K-- l THE HICKMAN COURIER. Published Every Friday by GEORGE Offles-Jsck- ion WARREN, 1U11 Hickman, Kentucky. Street next door to City i : THE ESTABLISHED IJUYAN AVAJIMS hickmM Ihe rillplnos vBOfiRIfiR ij . FINE JOB PRINTING DISPATCH. 1 WITMrATIIESSJID ' i SALE DILLS, ENVELOPES, 1 x. anoilOK WAIIRF.N, JA.1 a WEAKN, ! IMItor. Assistant IMItor. THB OLDEST NEWSPAFEHr jN WESTgjjtN KENTUCKY. 1859. f LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS," ETC, ETC. CALL AND BJEIC - 1'rlco of Subscription, CURRENT TOPICS. the rule of n.noo.ooo Titr. population ci( r. 1.00 HICKMAN, FULTON COUNT V,;fY., FRIDAY, JANUARY ro INVESTIGATE 11 20, 1890. VOL. XXXIV. NO. coxa r kss. sele,n. !). US. UJ. M ' X VLcsav J ' ; . , .. - India Inert axes ut initially. Sayd lixpnnjion Is Wrong and the Tiik llnttk of 1'rn lire in four tlmri. n 16 to i Is Right Imgc tli- llanknf Knglaiid. A maii lull killed David lliu licit It, In Ills tininynril iivnr hlii,ii, I'm. Je(. A M.Mii r. grain of htryrlin'no will Tim I'rre Miter bender llrfeniL frrsiiulKti I'rliieliilra mill lief mhlttcr OOO.IM) grain of w liter. luiulicrs An)llilnu I.IUo Tin: two tlchcxl ,irlinn donnas nre f I rrlnllam. Ailrlltm Pnltl and sibyl .SitidorMiii. Dl.Titoir nrniivr moil not vciy The V. ,1. Iliiun league of Chicago fond of (lot-- . Piugroc Insist on calling pah) tribute to the memory of Andrew lilm "Ping." Tut: Ihiiics nml muscle of tlio human l.ickMin nt ii bntiipirt held at the hoiiir. Chleiigo, Snliinho night lnnly arc capable of over 1,200 diTcront prrchrs were January T. Iliiruliig movements Si'mii.t, n suburb of Hux'.on, hr ii iiiidr lit Mil j or lltirrUon. Cungrci-ma- .1 l.eiil, of Ohio, and Wlllliim horse', "Toby," Mutt lmit myopti, nml UrtBti on the lending I nun biforc the wears sjiectnt lev. 'I'm iik nre mid to ho fow.r siiliildci I rople Mr llrtan snldi "The ilrinnrrarv of Ihe nsllon In llll ilf- among miners than ntnoiig nuy other with Jack, fndlim JifTrrnunlnn Tlnclpl class of workmen. tonlun courage and lit. no thouKhl of ilf I'll k Massachusetts supremo Mrtlnx Iroin Hit irlncll ruuncltl t laa.uiiniituiuiisly.elceldcd .that thrusts (ThlanL-- In 11! A Tli.l ntillnrm will tlv. Tre-inon n will not (siabllah n perfect goxertinienl. but Ihr) will esiiibirli a government m nearly perfect n Huy are competent to enjoy nni) tht I'nlitil Btnles can protect them from molestation frorr tltl'oiil "The repnlillriiiii of Illinois, or course will not expect the I'lllplnoa lo secure a legislature equal lo the last rtpuh kail Itglalaiure III fldrlil) to the public welfare Illinois becntnc a stale nearly a centurt ago nnd 'lie bglslnture which inacltd Ihe Allen law was a II were, the ripened frull of long experience Give the l'lllplnoi iline and opportunity nnd white the) newr (till catch up with us unless we crime lo Improve, yd they may someday stand where we stand now. "What excuse can be gltcn for Hie adoption of a colonial po'lc) T Becrcinry Gage made great Unproviment FILIPINOSifBACAfj. MAKES WndfJ ? AN APOLOGY. ifirry-FiFT- ii See mil Cnmni'aslnn Appointed To To Their Habits nnd the Material He aourees of Hie rtillipp lies. 17. Tits War Drnartmsnt Dei.i Shall lis Court, MsrtlslrU-tle- Th.i it u. Slerrltt IVIirrreslde. Q J" do. I'lll'li A. lloiil.M.oN. Hen. Wiiimi:ii say that during the inonfy diangrra from Ih past War lie used tlio same, snitr lie dnierailc tfraplf trr nrlvn ti no turn Thera will 1)4. k Ins The paifcrm Mill lie ml Jot to im-i-l In tliorWIl war. an r.( rotnllllona force iick linuri Into l.s lre.it llrilnln 13 people In every lie Ihe srrin of pollilrt. hut noililnx n 1.000 keep u carriage; In tsio the pronilnrirlrj from II Kvtnl hntr portion wns only live. rtrrj poslilnn Inkrn ti Ihe A Ion n Tin: Inrfest rK'n In the nurld Ik In pUlfiirm rM Inn arlllr.iilonadtoraled In lhal la atront:tr toand Hie cntliiHlr.il of .Seville, hpiln. It linr day lhan II uaa In n 13 lpe Rnd 110 'Thai platform denounced cnttrnmtnt hy Injunction anil the prntlimnl HKlnl tll.x. .Ml.llitlirear.rHliinjrliieli lu Injunction Is int been un liy the el let win ot Thsl plairorm ddieuncdl the Incrmnlnit lrula nml tlip fnmlly fnf lire ifcncnit tins ileclattd Hum lo lie a menace, that menrenter today than ever tefore I'uoy. i:iwfti II. t'ovKltx. of the ace l That p'nifortii warned Ihe that Uiilrcnlty of I'eiiiKyU.iua, tlilnU. conilmey naa on fool lo people Ihe na- a cite to UK.nUey r.di U- taught to tnlU. tional tank n tnonoMily of the lue nnl njl.pl) of pAitr mono dial conilrac) Woi.vish nro tlilunliiir out thp deer U nort kfiovtn ioeterone nt n rnp'.d rate In the North Michi "ThHl pMKorni denounced gan (HN- - ftor by f.ir than liuntcri Itnirin1 luin as a dthiHon nnd International n enare, and 111 lndl-emplat-far- ttrwatKiaWKwArts'iR dlscloied the secret In his Hatannah P'ech I think wr might be Instilled In calling Mr Gage Ihe ke)hole of Ihe administration, because we look ih"iih him In learn what Is going nn In the executive council chamber He suggested tint philanthropy and five percent would r.ohnnd In hand In Ihe new venture These nre Ih two arguments which are nlwii) used In fstorof conqiiist The one chloroforms the consclenrc, of Ihe conqueror nnd (ha other pick a the porkela oflhe conquered It, u. ,..., .(Csiinnsl.il,. lp. - .tolled autnial fre.iks. lie ohiii Mriflejfj;Hl cow ami a thrco-t.illed of I'hllndo pliln. a rnt. .Mih Kmneoeonsuiiie 50 quirtMif wlnrln yiir. In I'arU tlu average eon mniptlon Is l'jt iti.irlh. I'on a waRei a local barber cnlered the dm of two forett-brcHon In a nciuccrli at I'.ly nml there sh.ned the tamer before a Wjr eniwd. .ilnii the nlenoineu of New York, Mr. Iliehnrd t'rukrr rnoy the reputation of the kindest anil inotcoir Itlerate .hopper in the rlty. IWkr-iiv- : er no the t'nlted States produc'd Ju prr cent, of the of tlio world, !..! produce M of the nurhl' rotion Mm. I. I'. IIi'mim.tox, of New York, Ims given the menu for a new jjtrls dormitory at the Tukkree normal nm! IndiistriNl liihtlluie. 1'ukcjr4 A hi. Tin. Ilrl woman hit jiut received lier degree ..f doelor from the I'nb crMty of llerlln. She it, Mm I'.Ki Neuniin, and galnrd It "enm laudr." 1'iuir. Al.r.x .mikii Ciuii m Itr.i.u tin Inventor of tlio telephone, arrived Ii Japan on Deri tnhrr a, ami reeolvino many attPiitlou from the .lawneM Cocoasi t fl m'I make exeellent ftul. '1'lto inarmoiM amount of oil I In v ...n tain eaue them to take tire at otico Many hotel keeper In Kugiand ' llllj the faet nml buy Inrge ruantitlei (if thwn to inl( with coal, nn d N-leot-toto-d.1 br.ll.Hnjr. O.x nn rrenifc'o eneh luhnbltant lienilne. Mie cnrrli'd her aunt dnnti a fire cnict nlll her from a bunilns ol l.rciM Ukcik U a ..Vew York Its ron.li tnnallon haa heen linllflc.l That ilaiform Hinlrd In Indrprndeni mln- ire in the on meana of realnrInK the douhle atsndarl Who dnutita It noT Tha; plaUorm nnrred ultlnh lo one aa ihe I roper rati, and that ratio stands n the ratio at which blintialll.iii It . litle ith.r plalfor.na hate been foroollfn tm ihst niiifirm la fre.h In Ihe memory or trli ml n4 foe, because It was clrar and poililte tiMn etery public question To lho who Mlet In iUlll before Ihe lw Ihe ChlcaKO P'alforin U still an In- sitlratloii II la a terrcr only to thoee who 10 u(, me (otcrnmtnl for perional slid Pittale inda ti. y "'k "II hat lieen attacked nt two point lull stucka will tint I arm It Pome who op"ed Ihe pisiform In IN hate i Id r.inrn to the part) on rnr.iMlnn ih. t 1,. .jri will drop ihe money que" lion and renltn, the flglu lo the Irusi. Th- - i.rr. r will accepted What not I (ouidi in - would the people hate In our II we should declare s.ncerit) against trti( In gei ,ral hut enter Into a tnaty of mm nim ihe urmlf.l f all iruta -Ihe motif) tru"!' If we d attempt 10 enior ih Hghl upon Ihe truata the woL.d adoni as stroni; nn antl-If'piank aa we, brraune 1.0 priy would Sri 10 l.feml Ihe truals In such a lluhl Ihe msEiitirt would be found suprortlnn arile nml contributing llbrrally to Wth ramiulin fundi, protlded the Huns were (ueisnteed the prlvlliRs of naming the aitorney-Kentra- l and the JttdRea The trusts oposd the democratic party In beiausr the Chicago rontenllon look Ihe iHiri) oul or the handi of ihe Wall alreel crowd and adopted a platform which lirwliillaled Uieiilutuiracy which Ihe parly had herd In rblullon tor stteral jears. "The ro'd demoerals had a chance to a rrueh oul Ihe Inula durlne Mr adnilntatrailon lul Ihe) did not do 11 The cold republicans are listing their opportunity new, but Ihey are not I ne it. trust will rail when the Cold standard Is oirtnrown nnd not until ihin The co.d standard mians prnea. and talllnn prues will crikiv trust more rjpl.l!) Hn.nsn) void ai.tidard Ihe prom-wmsl-o1 I'lete-land'fall-In- llors Xn( 'rsr tllnrks. must hold Ihe la'ande because of Ihe pecuniar) profit In be derived from Ihem I din) ihe aoundnes of boih arguments forcible annexation will not onlv be criminal aggression fto borrow Mr MrKlnley's own language of n i.nr ago) hut It will cod more than II Is worth, and the whole people will pa) Ihe coal while a few will reap a I the benefits "Hllll weaker Is ihe arrument based upon religious duly The Christian religion reu upon the doeltlne of the suffering end atonement the ticarlou ro'onlsl pny rests upon the doctrine of vicarious enjoyment "When (he dealie to strsl heroine un (ontrollsble In an Individual he Is In lie a kleptomaniac and is sent to ar Msvlum. when the desire lo grab lane1 become uncontrollable In a radon wc arto'd that the 'currents of destln) nre flowing through the heart of inin,' and that le American people are entering upon their manifest minion "Shame uon a logic which locks up the petty onender and enthrone grand Hate the people returned to Ihe worship of ihe golden calf? Have Ihey made unto ihrmseltes a new commandment consistent with Ihe spirit of conqiiist and the lust for empire? Is Thou shall not steal upon a smal. scale' lo be substituted for Ihe law of Me.si-s"Awake, U nnclent awake Ilreak forth from thine unmarked sepul speed thee back to the cloud cher and crowmd summit of Mo on I rilnnl communi once more with th God of our ralliera ml proclaim again the words engrsten uiKin the tables or stsntthe law that was. Ihe law lhal Is lo ill) -t- he law that neither Individual nor nation ear vlo.ate with Impunity " lar-ce? l.aw-Glvr- Voml7ayllirWphllfln"lhrt)pvidftnnds1 mm we enirrn ins i uipinos lor ineir own good, while olhfls assert Ihnt we rrcsliU'nt1 SVasiiikotox, Jnn. 17. The war de- onlvcrsltV. sttaS' lutrtment has decided to Ocn. Merrttt will bo- it the white house Jlondnv nnd had On ncavln(r.tW6J,l,nt of tho court, which will sit nlk with the presldenU po<lonfl' ttftsljlngton. Owing to the Impov i c said that he had Accepted a, commUslon of five which Is to boflll'my of getting enough general in u to mako up tho entire detail, to atudy tho eominerelnl nnd,Tfi locial problems of the Philippines. -lf11"'re wl" hti """i" ofllccrs of Junior .. . sserftnl. i,,v . neiw (list tlie other Illcmr.BV'""' "" .1... eoun. WAHiiLxaTo.v, Jan. 10. The revised will be Ailm.j bers of the commission Dewey, Gen. Otis Ceil. Charles Denl'T statement of Ocn. Kgan with nil objectionable matter eliminated, was inel 1'rof. Dean C. Worcester, ot Annr submitted to tho war Investigating Vrbor university. The work of the commission. It Isun .commission Monday morning, lerstoo.1, will be purely of nn economic fc ,l was accompanied , by n letter, of I !.!,. .....iiBiiiiiiui, mil not of n nolltlcnl nature. Tlitf ll,.n..Mlll.l in which vico. r.gan msKtrs studv the manners nnd habits oil a font.al apology to tho commission. sill . ltfitYilLthil Htntemcnt and - nnolncrv .i. r iiiiiiivn, .i.- -. iimiitniil rrssjuri.' wic tun r JY via "Tl-i- n W vsill.NOTOK, .Ian. ?..1i,iriiinn. if fVirnnll 11'8ii. cotirt-mnrtl- sent, Mason (III ) occupied ate for ireurly sn hour and support of tin resolution United State w never thoieopleof any country Wasiii.soto.v, Jan. - Senjtoi tho attention of Ihe sen- t 8- half Tuesday In declaring that the attempt lo govern without their cona atSTATE ODDS AND - rfLt'l M ENDS. 3 3fl3aM33 g X v, i553.'935'3 3V -Si 35a 3aaM3 9333? 39 - - - '3 - I . T iiiidi-rstoei- . -1 9 :he'c6utttry'.i3cUuli(riJd i rexccuiivc session. Thu following Is the letter of Gen. Kagnn to the commission: HotisK-T- he house devoted Its undivided attention again Tuesduy to the bill for the codiG A COLONEL. MURDER IN LOUISVILLE. fication of the criminal laws of Alaska 'and when adjournment wn. hud all but Irn paces of Itoger I). William., of l.eilnglejr, WIIM Chas. Willlsineo-i- , II the bill hod been disponed of. Ilie.s Man ami WAtiiMUTOT,-Jnn- . lanimsml the Mrond Itglinent,s Slloon Keeper, lillleil by l.e I). It BsNSTr A climax vrai reached Wednesday in the debate en the Kenlucky state lln.irdi , S nllh, a (Isnitilrr. e, -question of expansion which la In progress In a- - . M . the senate. Heretofore all of the speeches T.KXtMUoy. Ky., Jon. 10. Govryrail-le- y Lotitvil.l.r., Ky., Jan. l:k Charles with llio notable exception of that of Mr. has decided to Make Cob Jlodgex I), Williamson, n racehorse man and proI'latt (Cl.) hats been In opposition to what It prciumrd to be ihe policy of the administraWllllnms, of this city, the colonel 6f prietor of "Tho Mecca" saloon In tion with respeit to ihe requisition of Ihe Kentucky stato this city, wns shot-Ovrhlltpplnes. Wednesday Mr Foraker (O) the 2d regiment, tlmcs Thursaddressed the senaoo In opposition to tho guards. Col. Williams Is the well day at Fifth nnd Market street's by Hie declaration of the Vest resolution that the I). Smith, a gambler. Threo bullets known fox hunter, and la one ejf the United States hat no constitutional power ofllccrs of the National I'cx Hunters' passed through his body nndshe iVled to acquire foreign territory mnlntntnM,! mm to ! immiIm la a wnrm friend, of without reiralnlner coiiRcleiusness nt KL Mr. Fcraker' strong insertion thsj (he so- - 1 association. ., lieM.1,1 t 1 .T . . 11 .W 1. Atil.'a ...... Xl,.nBMl.Ale --...u -- j ( I B.vvvi-....inuinrv, vsiirr-- 3 llosTltntlXKCIX 7. i iuu oi me. in , nuaruier crsutesi si s, In . tkea ElusssJaaKi.. asked him to get up tv company .of Ken - 1 Immediately after the shewUns-- ' :;i'ifc;-J-- : ic tea ..., tll lHMi.u - FOUR GREAT PRESIDENTS. C'tiiiurrmnn I.ntt Citnitnrri rut Ailmliitalrtilloii nllli Mititr uf lltr 1'ntt. ( oiigrcaamnn I'rrft can ( 2 c? had well. favorable to bimetallism, but dlf- TlIK lnrRCt price evrrnkVoiland paid rtrtns aa to Ihe ratio Fome would fat or to one, for rt fJnglc pearl wan fSMf.lKjo. which sixteen lo one, some lweiil)-fwu- r In one. and some rten thp value of the tirent Taernlci some lhlri)-lwvvn hlKhir ratios, haw could we make progMfirl, It Is the Inrgcut aul mot per ress under such conditions? Altlrmailte feet mm of lu kind know n. It I relief I neceesar). and those who fntor legislation must secure two Inches in length .) rem, dial both house and senate fora some In hhnped. ditlnlle proHsliluti The Hold bin; unA MMl'i.i; prottetiro enl for derstand Hits, they know that an plnlfunn Is eiiultalint to n U formed of gla cup molded nt the cml of tho neck to pretent the lu.er-tlo- vld-tr- mln tilIn platform Mr Cleveland was lyfi upon platform which deof a corkscrew- until tin i.ip It clared for the use of gold and silver as broken, tho irk- - lclnir ami the standard monr) of the rountr). nnd lor the colnac of both cold und silver Inserted through n hlot in either ttlihiuit i Is, rliulnntlon nKalnst tho celt. numl, or charge lor uilntnut . and )et Mr Cleveland found nodlltliulty In tupporllnK IsoilimnUvl that from xii to s ll siuintiiril Ihe driuocrullc the world tins produced la.Tdi.ni.i.ojj the mnitle-ttol.rl) will not return to thr du)s of (on of miner il. of which I ).fiOl.noO,(KM) and evasion When the oppoton were of eo.il, I.'Ja,0i).i,iii)j of Iron, nents of slxten in one agree upon another ii II will be (tins- enough lu compare r.U,0W,0iX) of gold tmrtr, Hi.rim.(KK) ol (he in. r It s of the new rallo with the mrrlts fcllver ore. N),(K)o,ooo of eojiper .md mi. of Hit did ratio Hill Hie) will not be perOUO,noo of lend ore. mitted to suspend the purl) In midair, out TilK mustaehe tint bce.imc coininnii of the re a ih of sixteen lu one, nnd out To sut render lu the llrltish army nt the beginning of sight of nn) thing elsegold standard as of the present century. The hussari Ihe ratio Is lo uicrpi the II nut. ndoptrd It, and not long thr "The Chicago platform six good when It grows with age Inucers. It ua not until the begin-iilu- was udopttd.lu IIUMi, It Is stronger now It of the llussliiu war tint the lu wut urung 'IhUcn Ji Ihe .rw Issues, fautry udopted the mustache. old Issues, what of the "Hut enough Tin. ruin of llnbylon have for yenrt new questional ofOur party cannot Ignor been the searching ground of nntl the Issues raised by Hie ttur. It must (luurltns ami otlicrs. It i Mild that speak oul ngulust militarism now or forstanding ptare A visitor to these wonderful ruin have ever hold Its an expenselargeIhe people,army Is not mil) but lu recovered over 100 dlaiuondt. Many ol It I a menace lo the nation, nnd the demthem are uncut and tho majority arc ocratic party will be n unit In opposing It "A word In regard lo Imperialism Thote Hilihc.l on one or two hides, only. who adtocnle Ihe annexation of Ihe Tin: state in which the death Huab ippines cull IheiDHeltct expansionists, Philbul ty Ih forbidden by law nro Colorado, lliey ro really Imperialists The word JihiKle Island, Maine, Michigan mid expansion would deairlb, the acquisition to Visrolsln, In Uhode lslmul tlio mil, of terrltuty and tielopopulated Ii) homogenebe carted states alternative; la imprisonment for life. ous pcupl. now in existence Into empire like those An In Kansas the signature of the gov- mis-cs-t arlet) in lace and dlwrslt) In got eminent Tlio Imperialists do not deernor Is necessary to nn execution. clolhe tho all the Tin: seven principal lllblex In the sire lo and prltllrgr l'l'lplno with cltlien-elilrights of American world are tho Koran of the Moham tiny want to i xrrclse sovereignty an medan, the IMihts of the .Scandinav- ottr new alien r.icc, nml tiny expect to rule the ians, ihcTrtpltlkos of the lluddhUtii, xitrlnncv siibjicts upon n th(or) cntltely st constitutional internment. tho live kings of the Chinese, the thicc Victoria I with eii of (Ircat llrli.iln and qui Vcdiis of tho Hindoos, the Zcndawttu of India; shall we change llio title of our executive nnd call him the president nml the scriptures of the Christians. Inns; visiting cardu are popular in of tin.' Walled Slates and emperor of the rhinpplnesT Ocrinaiiy. Tho name Is printed on "The diniorrntle party stood for the them hi sliver nml the sheets are so money o of Ihe constitution In Ik'., It slands for II. BOMriiment of Ihe constitution thin that 40 of them only measure one' now It oppostd the English financial . tinth of nu inch in policy In Pen, It opposes nn English colonial policy now 1 hose who In UH were e TllK rioreiillnu excavation nt In fator of turning Hie American people have now uncovered iicnt-Jtho otir lo I In' greed of foreign financiers and wholuof the northern pre Koumti elti domestic trusts may now be willing to turn the walls Valuable Minis of mini and cies of in I'lllplnos over lo Hie tender merIII (11 eovtrnors nnd carpel-Leother object have been made. olllclals. "'J'huso who In ISiKS thought th people of Iv Philadelphia n scientist ha com. males too weak puled that nu average mm of l.'l the I'nltcd liualuesa may now lo attend to think them their own pounds' weight li.i enough lion lu hir strong enough to attend lo Hie business of races, but those who hystcin to inako a and the remote and alien Independence lor Ihe enough phosphorous to make ,UO,000 In UWI fought for will nut now withhold American people matches. It u from those who dcslr Independent elsewhere. A I'oxvr'.M'lo.v of I'orto I! leans hn hajs .'llliliina Can (ioteru. met nuil declared in fnvorof eominerelnl "We are told that tho l'lllplnoi are not 'nml religious liberty anil the limitation a of (if suffrage to male adults who pay capable ring Only two yenrsIhnt hasheard ago I tax-eAnd nrenblo to rend anil write the same argument iiihiIo ugalnst a very of thl respectabin minority h.is been calculated that the lov country The money of the people coerced lonners who from IHiu's averages 3U,I)UO,000 weclti borrowers did It upon that theory; the who coerced their employes did It of work In the year, or 'J'f pt-- cento' t eminent Intho work dono by tho whole, puptbiv for the same reason creases with participation In government tlon between IS nml ill year of ago. Filipinos nre not far enough advanced The In Hie to It Ih a rntherlmpresslvu fnet hnt tin of shareL'lillid (internment of the people are the I'hlliulflphin mint Inst year tirnud mil petent to gutcrnMutes, but they Is notcomthPtmelvia, It fair inure, than u hundred nillllons of cou lo compare them with uurnwn clllieiis, beMany of thMi coliis wero not ry vi I cause die Aineilcan ptople have bcn iheiimelti s m Hie scivncv of governuuhln, but Hit1 UYeftigeu! iiiiitr'y il ment for ninrlj Thrve centuries, and while COQ'IfficIi. ii luvt mucb to Iwn wt hv airay thiiiii" con-srd t) Ml I.a.n ha a curiosity In a eloch "The second point of all.ick I the ratio which I m 'de entirely of bread. Tin t'h) Insist upon slilem lo one. the) ask? rriny, first, maker Is a native of India, anil lie hat ar.d. arcond. because II is Hie best ratio: oponttils Imve dviutal three years of hi time to the no other rallobecause Its No free colnnite lu oITir (SJUslrurttnn of thl eufliMlty. can I tiiacled unlit a rallo la as'reed Tht l la a purl brtaiiae the rtiKk I of sire mill jrooi upon tMippost we ratio majority Inof Ihe a law 1 rekjH-ctnhl- drstro) lhm DrfrmU the Hallo, lttlc cold-wi- n u - tluileol ri - aft.-rt.ar- r thli-ldies- Flo-ml- g plow-shar- 1 1 r Self-go- c Ini'ksoii and Lincoln, ami iiiuinlinm l Hint one ceiitrnl and controlling thought inspind each of Ihtin toilcnts Hint lane mnile their luliiiliiUtrnliinn great, lie held Hint each was an enctnj to Hie greed jiiidnrruirniiea of Hie iiioiTci rdpow (is iilntllfc-tei- l In illlTircnt form during their terms of oilier. Continuing lir nlil: "Jefferson. Jackson snl Lincoln were elected In spile of the opposition of tin 'wealth) and well bern and In Ibis par ilcusr the) differ materially from the chief magistrate who now occupies Ihe nn linn's executive chair a a risult of ih r.imMncd banking and rallnisd Influence a result of the co'ossal contrlbu and Hen of the syndicate- and trusts A corruption fund estimated at fl,(WJ spent largel) for the brlbei) of xolers nnd fot the establishment or an arm) ol sines wno carried on a s)tem of espionage to Intimidate and coerce labor ihnt was nude weak and timid by the nppials of wlvee nni children Sixteen millions of dollnrn' More than was spen' for Hie election of Lincoln, Grant, ils)es. Garfield and Harrison more than wss spent for all the niesldenls combined! other ripuhllcan No wonder Ihe cuckoo call him great, they paid uch a grcut price for him'" Itefrrring to Ihr pn sent ndmlnlatr.Ulon, be spuke as follows: "Can unioni- dlscovir ny sympathy ol the llnnnn ndnitnlslratiOP either with Ih' dthlor or the labonr ot the land, in an opposition that rison lo fraud and crtml to pntml Ihe rrsloratlon of silver' lnpalh) foi "Can nnone dlscoter nn) Hie talMirer of the land In nn ndmlnlstru Hen that resorts lo falsehood and lrlbery lo nialiilaln the nrcuiscil practice of go; e rmni.ul In Injiinrtlnii? "Cm an)one diseotet sn s) nipnthy fot htimanll) In un adnilnlstrallun that stoo Impotent s.i)lng there will be no war am we will hute piace at an) price, notwithstanding Ihr fact thai ilieripaulsh minister n 'low had called our chief Ian." notwithstanding the fact thnlrlpan-lul- l triacher) had assassinated the Maineand her ttH American iltlnns. notwlthsmndlng the feet that murder, start atlon and rape of human tilings hud been for three long )eais In Cutsi. on uur very doorstep? ''un uioone dlscovet an) )nipilhy for humanlt) In theiidtn'n Istrntlon which tttulir circumstances like theac sioisl Inipulcn' and rrfus.d to pereven ot a humane soileiy? form Ihe ollk-c"Can an)one dlscoiii' nn) svtnpalh) In an administration ilnl pioslliutes the secret sertlce and Intimidates voier. that the 'wealthy and well Lorn' ma) be of an Income tax and their share of ihe of Ihe extravagant expendllute government Imposed upon the middle classes? "Can snone discover nuy sympathy for ihe poor In an administration Hint secures rents in Ihe t'nlted Slates senate b) briber) and fraud? "Cun an) one dlscoter any detotlon lo honesty and national honor In nh administration that has bunkoed John .Shirniau out of a sent In the senate, coaxing him Into the cabinet Willi oily tongue and sug-red lips, telling: him It wns netcss.ir) he should occupy Ihe high olllce ut of state In order to round out Ihe dignity of a plutocratic cabinet, and keeping him there I. are!) long enough to hate the Ohio legislature cuntino and deliver by the most questionable' iiuiliods. a title to his sent In the senate lu the part) Pons, m Hint he inlghl be cter present with the parly whip to dlitnte Ihr legislation acceptable and ngneable to the money power, ngiceiiblo to the syndicates and trusts who cunlrluutid the corruption fund to sate the national honor' Hut huw sooe ufler the seal In the hi mite had been trans ferred for seten )eur. bejulid the t'ach of Hlitrman, mid br)ond Ihe reach (,: Ihe pruplu of Ohio, did all the KrealniSH ot the Neslor of the republican pally fade Into night and Innocuous dtBUctiide, and Day came forth and wiped his political feel upon the prostrate hod) of John .Sherman Hie great, and let us hope that all this t. ns done ll) Ihe high nnd mighty for the sake of promoting honesty and maintaining the national honor "Can mi) one believe that our mitlniinl administration was in euruisi lo conquer the Spaniard within (tie time that 7a,txi,ifu of people ought to eonquir l?,eK.o,0nil? If so, why wrre tin cHIc. lovvn and counties not drawn tipin for tlic men sound In body and sound In mind, surviving the civil war In Ihe north end the south, Hint they with their cxperleice might tuko the places In command In the Hue nnd, tho places of administration In the nunrterninsirr, commissary and medical departments. Instead of taking the oung and Inexperienced nnd unknown soiih and dudis, who hud nothing to recommend Hum except social and political pull? "Can aii)ono believe that Ihe administration Is slncero In Its dtvotlon to national honor whcn.lt appointed as secretary of war u man who hud run uwuy from the right In the 'Go's? "Cun anyone believe that I lie administration is sincere lu Its dctutlon to tho honor and to the Interests of the poor when II look Into the cabinet ns .general it tniin who wits governor of New Jerse), the home and stronghold of those pirates known as trvsta and ) iidle.iteN. who, like the pirates nf old. day and nlglil scanned Hie seas to .oot und plunder every cruft and that iiippentil to lo too weak to cop, with -jkiII-Hi a ii I'ltsiileul (lent" ut:d in his riiiiiitKs he gtouped as the four great ol.kf nni;isl rates of this iiiill"ii tirliiiij.'iuii, Jrtlrrsoti a for his tuple "What Makes Lent, o' Ohio, I, ad pleted. The body and the persons attending it will be brought from lloston by a special train which it ill be met at Portland by n committee o( cltireut from Lew istoii. The oily will lie In state In tho city hall Tuesday after morning nt 10 noon and on o'e'loek the public funeral will bo held. When the tiain reaches this city, the local eominlttcc. with earringes, an ev nut of police nnd a military guard ol honor from the grand nriuy of the two cities, Lewiston and Auburn, will belli waiting. There will be l'j i)llco and ll! soldiers of the grand tinny, four of local each the from post of that organisation, The procession vv ill proceed to tho city hall, the bells of both cities tolling meanwhile. The body will be placed in the main hall in a large cntnfalque. Then the citizens will he permitted tot lew the body until .1 o'clock, when It will bo t liken to the Dlngley home. The funeral services will be held from the Pine Mreet t'ongiegatloiial church, ol which Mr. Dlngley was a member. The Interment will be at the cemetery 1 It will not be Ihe faculty of art and sciences to per- the lirst time he has hnd to face felform the duties of President J. G. low ollleers on charges. While hole!- Sehurmnn during the latter' absence ing the rank of captain commissary of in the Philippine islands. President subsistence he was tried In November, sehiiniinn'h leave of absence will ex W7. by of which Lieut, tend to January 1. luoo. (ol. .1. . Milkins was president. It was charged that, although n disbursARRANGEMENTS COMPLETED. ing oflicer, he 'habitually bet nt cards f.T large stakes.' In one of the speeifi-- i Itee pHni of the Itemslna nr Congressman ations he was accused tif losing fd00, Dingley st l.- -i stun, .tie, llurlsl tu nnd 'had failed up to November 1.1, ls7, Ih. Cemetery at Aiitiiirn. to pay the same.'" I.hwisTv.i. Me, Jan. 17. Arrange ments for the reception of the body of SANTIAGO MORPHARRESTED. Nelson A. Dlngley when it comes from With (Iblalnln: r70,000 Washington Tuesday nnd for the serv He la ( hargedMrx Kront the cn National II ink ices to lie held here, hate been comnu 1 orgeil securities I court-martiale- d court-martial, jACon a ficmmMAN. illltie but they will not attempt t. leal with the problem of govcrnineii. 'or the islands. The president has been anxious fir tome time past to have n eomuiKslo if this sort upon whose information h ould rely. The personnel of the com ulsslon Is considered excellent fron tho standpoint of expert knowledge Adin. Dewey nnd Gen. Otis have', tut otirse, become familiar with many o he practical sides of tho I'hlllpplm moblem. Col. Dcnby wns for man years minister to China, and is thoi ougbly familiar with the people nn. innnt of the problem) of the On eot. Prof. Worcester has lived In the Philippines hunted wit I the wildest eif the Moros und Stilus: at tended their tribal rites nnd studie. Ihe political economy of the islands a: tlose rnnge'. lie has written n lxxk on ihe Philippines which is considered a ttnnilnnl reference work, nnd reientlr ontributed nn interesting series of nr llede on the Philippine to the Ceiituri magazine. President Sehiirmait sail, the commission cape-ctcto sail for Manila nliout the first of I'ebrunry. Ithaca, N. Y., Jnn. 17. It ttas nn lioiuiicil Monday night tbnt the board of Xriistre eit Cortirll. wnWritlJsv'.lt iJIHilnt event lie lulled to pet cnougli men in wa prcclpltateel by Mr. Allen (Neb.) by some the west remarks he made upon a resolution ha had InAsa hunter of big game, Col. Wilt have the honor lo hand jou troduced. Mr. How (Ma-s- .) Gentlemen and Mr Gray herewith my testimony, which Is now resub(Del.; were drawn Into Ik liams I tho eijual of Gov. Koosevelt. HorsE The hou'c complced and passed They have hunted much together, nnd mitted and revised In connection with tho views expresied by you in your letter tome of the bill for the rislincatlon of the crlmlml it was In the great west that they In laws of Alaska upon which It has been wrrk-la'January II IKi. A intcimltleutly for a week An amendment cline acejunlnted. a dog fancier "The objectionable features and what Is conwa adopted providing a hlirh license system Is well known all over Col. William sidered Irrelevant matter by you In which In the territory with a species of local opopinion I entirely agree, ate eliminated. In tion the union and in Kngland. Ho ImportLiquor dealers by lis protlslons thl connection I desire to state that there was are to pay a license of ft CO) ed the first pair of Irish wolf hounds sever a thought or Intention on my part per year and the content of a majority of the hi ought to this country, and he to your white citizens residing within two mile of a ever of any dlaretpcct whatsoever liquor dealer's e abllshmentmu.t bo obtained has been breeding bloodhounds for commission, but In explanation and In extenuliefore a license can lie secured. An nitempt years. ation of the language used by me heretofore to recommit the bill for the purjose of securI heir to Invite the attention of the commission ing the adoption of a provision excluding WAR AGAINST SAL00NISTS, to the faet that I have licen accused prac ir con-vl- 'nMafaAtarnfd.'heine right to hold Ihe liland ermonently. 1'rlor lo thcsrrerh hy Mr. Koraker a sharp debate tnel.lnnalorJIiajrttffifri'r'us'"''"' ,,,,! J I The ejuarreJ over n small amount of money. Williamson lived In Yew Albany nnd wns possessed of considerable properly having been one of the heir to n Philadelphia estate which was worth sev-- hiittuj7tta3the'rcault'c5sii TV eral million dollars. tlrslly ef feeding the soldiers with poisoned beef which mmlo them sick rinbnlnird beef,' wo called: that I bsve furnished ment to the srmy under the "preiene ot experiment," which c'harsr In effect Is corruption and worse because It Jeopardized thelites of soldiers sent to the front In tropical cllmatei and who were dependent or. such frssl ns wus sent them. statement have gone to the that thc whole cojutry uncontradicted, that they have been published nnd I hare been plUoricd In the press of the country a a man whe had fed the army on poisoned meat and corrup'.l) so thai for about three weeks tlmo I hate kept slleni for llio reason that I was debarred, after talking with the honorable secretary of war. from preferring rharge lecaue of the Immunity granted by the president to witnesses your beforo commission. notwith standing gratity of the accusations thai it is unreasonable to belleie that sueh monstrous charges could hate any other effect than to work upon an honorable man In such a way a to goad him to u species of desycriition and that It was but natural when the proper opportunity was given him to meet and refute the rharge. that he should ctarirtcrlie Ihem In hsr.h language and In terms that are deemed Improper no matter what the provocation. 'I therefore wtihdraw t"ie 1 nruacc and mailer so objectionable and resubmit to )ou my sworn statement, with the abiding faith that )our commission, having all the facts before you. will decide the point sttseue Very respectfully. Justly "CiiAiu.ss 1 KAeiA-- t Commissary General." lhe "Th--i.ii-- 'kw Yiiiik. Jan. i. . (Jr.ine, jre.se-n- i ucaii m l.'ngau Is ju,.ii,f 17.--T- lie ,nJ-- . Herald, In ..jf ejr. Nivt was arrestesl here Monday He Is charged with having obniL'ht. tained S70,lKk) from the Mexican national bank on forged securities and drafts in April last, lie had been chic! let km the bank for a number ol year and the robbery was only discovered after he left. He came to America, f illeiwed the races ill New York and was traced here. On tho race track he was known as George Murphy, owned horses and made a book at To ronto. New York. Louisville and other places. He went to Sim 1'ranclsco and was in the llahlwin hotel lire, losing lie admitted his guilt Si ink) there, Mnrph I Oiii.i.a. Jan. 17. Santiago ut ers when he gets to Mexico. jili A threatens to make tumble for othHis pco there are very wealthy. SQUADRON OFTvOLUTION. Ships Dealgnaled by Ih Navy Department to Ho South Cndrr Command of Adm. s.titpnti. Ihe War tho senior member Maine delegation was then for an announcement of the demise pf his roll-agu- e which was made In feeling Mr Ilou elle ihin and appreciative wonts oftTCd and the house adopted s series ot rrc-lutiorrov tiling for funeral ceremonies in ihe hull of the Mond ly aid tor n nf nine members to accompany the remain to Maine. The resolutions eonclulcl with a motion to adjourn. IVaniiimitom. Jan 1? - Thesenat" held no session for Hie Irnn mtlon ot business Mon-ila- v Whi n the lust) convened at IJ o'clock It proceeded st once to th" hall ot the house of representatives to attend as a holy the obsequies of the Isle Itepresentatlve Nelson I Dingle) At o clock the eena c returned to Its chamber. Jonathan Hn- -. up pointed by Gov Smith of Vermont to lid the unexpired term of tho late Snutor Justin C r .Morrill wus sworn In. and at I:U7 p. m . on of Mr Allison, the senate adjourned until Tuesday lloi-s- r The following bills vrere Introducel Mcinda)- - Hy Mr DolHtcr. ef Iowa, to redeem outstanding 1 per lent lertlftcote of deposit Issued under authority of the act of February hy Mr Hutler of Pennsylvania, tore-tmburSrt. ICT pcity eflUcrs and men who enlisted In Ihenuty for one )ear. or during thcnurwlth Spain for necessary clothing, etc.. paid for b) themselves. After tho funeral obsequies evei Dlngley. the the remains ot houso udjourned until Tuesday. of rrcognl-es- Tint Mrtt.rlnns Woiiisn and llabr. Lkxixgtox, Ky., Jnn. 10- .- That mysterious woman and tho briby, which she deposited on tho roadside In Paris ouo cold night last week, have turned up again. This time the young woman took her child to the Protestant Infirmary and requested that It be cared for, from sertlce on Juries was defeated. saying that she was unable to support Wasiiim.tu.n. Jan. Little business was transacted li) the senate In open Teinprrar.ee Spies Out On Their Ilegulnr it. Matron Gnhring accepted the Sunday t mnds At Lexington anil session Thutsday Mxtecn blllson the private ehilel, nnd will send It to the Found- - . I ension calendar were passed and a Joint reso.Meet Willi Warm It captions. lings' home in Louisville'. lution extending the thanks of coo ere si to Matron Miss Clara llarton and other officials of tho Lkxinoiox, Ky., Jan. 10. The war Gnhring sat s she docs not know the lied Cioss society for their bcnelticnt work In which has bebeen bitterly waged woman. Armenia nnd tuba was adopted llntsr The hcuse Thursday passed lho tween temperance people and saloon Kentucky fiittm later." diplomatic and ronsu'ar appropriation bill men over the Sunday closing law, culVasiii.otox, Jan. 111. The follow, without amrudmen' During the general eviminated Sunday. Through the ing fourth-clas- s postmasters were two set spcrhcs were mode ntalnst Imperialism by Messrs c rmaek unl Haines dence of Itlble students who acted ns for Kentucky Thursday (Tenn.). Ihe diplomatic and consular Is tho spies, the temperance people obtained Allcgre, Todd county, Alice Noimtm; sixth of the regular appropriation bills to !.. t the houe. Seven budgets yet rem In to be over 100 indictments against saloon-1sDryhlll, Leslie county, Hllen Woolen; acted uKa. Ihe bill as carries before the last grand jury. Sun- rolsoiiulnlc, Graves county, (!. T. War-forday night spie started on the regular High Knob, Jackson county, JaWahiiikc.iok, Jan. II - fctNATS-- In the senrecob lilbbnrd: Maddog, Leslie county, ate 1'rlday Mr MrLaurln (dem . S. c ) look Sunday rounds and met with warm strong ground in a i,eech ceptions. They were badly beaten up Serena Woolen: Messcr, Knox tounty. ngalnsi a imllry of expansion b) thlsrountry. in some places and elsewhere were Champion Messcr; New stead. Christian He cltei as one of ihe principal reasons why the United States should not assume stoned. It Is not known what action county, C. K. Sailer; Ogle, Clny county, over Comlulon who are will result. ioplo William SnoiTord: Tnrnersville, Linwidely ill similar people lo tho coln county, II. D. McClure. KX'Hiir. llrown Not a t'atidlil lie. of thlsrountry the experience of the south Mr. Sullivan (dem.. with the Negro raco I.onsvtl.l.F, Ky., Jan. 17. lletknap ll.eoinrs Co iinet. Miss.) and Mr l'asco (dem Kla.) the pending Nicaragua rnnal bill the former sup- John Young llrown, In n card which Loilst I i.i K, Ky.. Jan. I k Lieut. Col. porting It nnd ihe latter opposing It The Inhe gave out Monday night, announced lielknnp, prominently mentioned ns dian opfropr. atlon bill was t ken up but It govthe republican nominee for governor consideration was not concluded tcforc tlo his a Ithdratval from the race for . ernor. This will bi a great surprise In Kentucky, succeeds to the command hour of adjournment Ilorsr The house I'rlduy ent'ied upon the for politicians, since three days ago It of the 1st Kentucky volunteers, recentronstdrrallcn of the personnel bill. It was given out that he would be a can- - ly returned from Porto Itico. This ia much less oppo.ltton than was anticipates! and the indications are that It will hate lldate for the renomination. This due to the appointment of Col. Castle- a targe majority when it Is placrduponlts pas sage. The last trsilge ef opposition to ire leaves the fight between Senator Win. man to the rank of brigadier general. measure from the line officers of Cioebel and Gen. V. Wat Hardin. K- - Col. llelknap is popular with the regl- w naty ihe remoted l'rtday when Congressmon Stone 1 still n candidate, luient. an adopted was desig amendment nated tu prohibit slafl officer upon whom lho but Is not figured In. lt.Cli XYatrr wl t.inivlll. uuironirrspoaitlle ronlf rroni eixercutnirwin-enandsaiei- n J,oUMVH.r.K, ;")-.- , Jnn. IT. Tie'riier ' llulll.ii, T.sln llallixl. tlielrown rorp. The committee ulso asscrlesl Ihefr purpose to rffcr an amend Lorisvn.tK, Ky., Jan. 17. The t'nlt is still rising slowly nnd rt'irlsters .1J men i .itumuy torrfM-a- l the law glvlngrlzo ed States bullion train on the L. A S., feet at the foot of the Jocks. The wa mono) to tne nuvv unci mis announcement with S.'s(j,ooi) In sllter aboard, was ter ha crept Into th' streets running met with K.rm nppmrnl W vsiii.se. to.s- Jan. I MtATr. At Ihe halted by the accidental going out of a to the levee and has Hooded some cel opening of ihe .ks linla) morn npthe signal light near Lagrange. The lars and the lirst lloor.s. Kvcrv pre blind chaplain paid n tribute lo Ihe late Nelson caution Is being taken by river men, A letter wos Duis'lev resented from Mr guards rushed to nnns but the expect PrjeiMei president protem nprolnting Mr ed robber did not appear. The train though they think the crest of the rise (f lllncrr (N It ) lo preside over the senate In wn en route from Philadelphia to New- - will pas Monday, to far no damage: the ubsence of Ihe vice president has been done. nnd hlmtelf Mr I'rorlor (Vul Intrrsluerd a Orleans Joint resolution providing for busts of Die late Whitney's Thornughbri its A.plnlt Jlrit Jon ill. Sena or Morrill and senator Voorl re to be I.kmnoto.v, Ky., Jnn. 17. placed In the national library The resolution MoitKiiKAH, Ky., Jan. 14. A large was rcfirred lo the librury cotniiilt'ce Whitney's stud of thoroughbreds bed of asphalt has been discovered in Hoar Introduced a rcsolu.lon seeking is now established at Ilnl P. Headley's the northern end of ltowan county freedom of tho rillplnos. representatives aett- - "I.a Kelle 1'arm." The Set broodmares llolsr The hou-eCarter and near the C. .t (). blesl satunlay under circumstances of deep and on Sat railioad. Specimens of the asphalt universal sorrow In the death of ltrprecnu-tlv- e were taken there from Ashland urday, nnd Monday morning the cele- have been analyzed and tested, and Nelson Dlngley. of Maine As Speaker Iteed entered the chamber a huh fell upon ihe brated stallion Meddler, who is to be found to be of superior quality. A members, who a moment later rose aid with "king of the harem," was taken to hi company will be formed at onco to bowed heads llstentsl to the eloquent tribute chaplain. from the Itcv Dr Coutlen. new home. work the mine. HoutcMc. Mr le carefully-prepared Kv'-ccrc-taSen-nthe I 3 the ! A Verdict. 17.--- A nonJan. committal verdict tta returned Monday by the coroner's jury at the Into the death of Charles Williamson, the wealthy sporting man who was shot by Ike Smith a few nights ago. One witness testified that nnd the shooting was in others that it wns unprovoked. Lovisvn.l.K, Ky., Mini I III etlllenta lleturiiril. rilAMxFoiir, Ky., Jan. 111. As a result of the war upon vice, which Judge Cnutrll! in his charge to the grand jury alleged llourlshes to an alarming ex- tent at the stutc capital, about 100 In- self-defen- dictments were returned Thursday afNearly all of these arj ternoon. ngainst saloons for unlawful tale o liquor nnd against gamblers lveniuciy Mrruiti. H.tgliig. KtciitioM), Ky., Jan. II. As a result of the high waters in Cane Hun the lower portion of this city is submerged nnd a number of families living in Powell's Valley hod to abandon their Lot. t'eaet Culled. Ky., Jan. 17. A lovo feast of Kentucky republicans will beheld in Louisville, January 20. A private I). call, signed by Todd, of the Falls City, has been received here'. The meeting promises to bo well attended. Paiu'cah, The llt.XTo.v, Ky., .11 lilt Cut Off. asiiinotom, Jan. 17. The nnvy has designated the following , w ll're'rle rroject. w nr ships to form the .iuadron of evolution which Is to go south under diKvtNHtn.i.K, Intl., Jan. 17.- - I!. Worrell, W. U Cater and W. C. Men rect command of Adm. Sampson' l'lag-shiNew York, ltrooklyn, Indiana, nlngs, of Dayton, O., nro here for tin iurHie' of building an electric ioa. Texas, Chicago, Newark, Machltis, They will be accompanied by tho folfioin i:ansville to ltockport. funnel ton mid Tell City, a distance of p lowing named colliers nnd supply miles. They have met with nitieh ei ships: Mnrcelltis, Lebanon and Supply. The eoitrageincnt from Hvnnsvllle buslnes-men- , and expect to begin constuctlon ships nre ordered to bo nt Havana prior o tho 1st of 1'ebrunry ne.xt. by May 1. In Atihurn. 1 To Take t'oaae-aln- ii r Wake I.'aml. Wasiumiio.s, Jun. 17. The navy department was Informed Monday that the Bennington sailed fioin Honolulu ill accordance on the 7th inst. t llh the oiders of the nnvy depart' ment. On the ttny otcr she will stop at Wnke Island and take possession of It fot use ns u cable station. The Castillo sailed Sitndny from San Juan de Porto lileo for Gibriiltar. she is .jolng to the Philippines to rein'orco Dewey's licet. 11111 Jnn. 10. The waters In Sellled With Ills V etlllis. this county continue to rise. The I.ouisvil.i.K, Ky., Jan. IS. Jos 11. streams are all out of their hanks and doing considerable damnge. The malls Knnisey, county clerk at Winchester, nro cut off, carriers being unable to Ky., has returned to his Lome town after month of wandering nnd fleeing trd the swollen streams. from Justice. He had been In TennesIts Wilt Lot Ills Hand. see, llo has settled with those Ky., Jan. 17. The CArLKiTHiU'ita, hy the forgeries. It Is not son of James Walker, a believed he will be prosecuted. slnlrymnn, had his hand badly lacerated Flnnnelly (lul for Mate Senator. 4i a steam cutting machine. The hand I.f.M.soTox, Ky., Jan. 13. Thomas A. be amputated. Till rinnnelly, democratic editor of the Candidate for L'ommlaalnner State News, nnd secretary of tho State MAtsviu.K, Ky., Jan. 17. Dr. J. M. League of liotail Liquor dealers hai Vrurcr, in tho legis- announced himself a candidate foi lature, Monday announced himself as state senator. Ills opponents nro u democratic candidate for stato comHobbs aud Cnpt. W. II. missioner of agriculture. May. lf. Def.nae. rialltie Louisvii.i.k, Ky., Jan. 10. August Kirn, who killed James Harnett during machinery nt Asher's sawmill, this n quarrel Wednesday night by striking place, and completely torn to pieces, him over the head with n bar of iron, lie had been in America only a short has admitted his guilt, but claims h did it in while and ttas unmarried. Swede Torn to 1'ieoes. 1'IFiF.VIM.f, Ky., Jan. 14. John Mas-Iv- y, 20, a Swede, was caught in moving II arlng roatpmted. homes Friday. The continuous raiii! of the past 24 hours hare put all the streams on a rampage, w hilc the Kentucky river Is higher than for years. NjfttL v A Train From Nkvv Yoiik, t. Augustine. to tr Vors Jnn, 17. Tho New Yens unil I'lorldn limited train of the South ern railway left hero Mond.it on trip of the season. Till spleiul tniin (overs the distance between New York and St. Augustine, over l.ix" tulles, in a little nioie than 21 hours. s ciincl .1 Th. Ashes of fotiimbiis. Maduiii, Jan. 17. The Spanish cruiser Comic do Vcnndlto arrived Monday nt Cadiz from llaviiiin with the reputed ashes of Columbus which weie transferred to the armed yacht (ilralda for conveyance to Seville. NAt'i.Kri, He Muat llnllg. Atit.i.piilA, Jan.17. The supremo Allc-geny Cib net llliuier. VMilMiio.v, Jnn. 17. The second cabinet dinner of the year ttasgivm Monday night when the secretin v i the treasury nnd Mrs Gage ciitcrt.uiu.i the president nnd Mis. Melvlnley. (I ir. McMlllln .isiignr.ilel. tl Tciiii., Jan. 17.- -In hall of the house of repiescntntivi-Monday- , In the nu ImmeiiM thiong, llcnton MeMillln was man gurntcd as governor. Tho hall with tlio national colors anil lowers. Namivim.k, t'l College lliirnetl Halifax, N. S., Jan 17. St. Ann's .'ollego nnd the nuvv college chapel at Jliurch Point, wero (lestroyed b.v Hre Monthly tnornlllg. hever.il studcHi mil nanotv vicnpcji Loss ?03,lMi). Th rriiitlons of Mmuit Venn ins, Jan, 17. The eruptions ol HI- Hunted Mount Vesuvius is nttntning great pro Koopiiot'sK, 111.. Jan. 17. I'ire deportions. The llow of lava Is unprecedented nnd st i earns of tire art pom Ing stroyed an entire block of four buildIn nil directions, though nsyet no seriings on the west side of the public ous damage has occurred. sejuare. Loss 5311,000. three Drowned in Swollin Hires m. Iliinaiil J. Ilogers' Appointment. Ark.. Jan. 17. Joe Hates n Amiam', N. V., Jan. 17. Howard J. lingers, of this city, deputy state su- fanner living near the Washita river, perintendent of publlo instruction, ha started to church with his family in a t ttngoii. In attempting to ford the been appointed director of the was swept nway and river the of education and social ei for tho 1'nited States at tho Paris his wife, child and a young woman were droit ned. Tho river had risen e.H)sltijn In 1U0O, from the late rains, II sliiritiil II. Itiglu Shoulder. A Voluntary HiiiKiiipt. IH.i.piios, ()., Jan. 17. Geo. Kemst T. 1'l.A.Nhrol.T, Ky., Jan. 17.- -J. dislocated Ids right shoulder Mom! i.v of- Midillesborougli, tiled a liinriiiiiir when he drew back his turn pittlioiiinbiiiiLiuplcyMoiMlqi. to thio'v a i, tone nt a ;$ ;hat Mm SiW, LilnbimiCR, SIMM. chasing hii, clilviU'ns Mi-.sa-. depart-partmenJlos-wortrj court Monday nlllrined the decision of the court of oyer and terminer of county, lu the case of William Hilluian, win) ttas convicted in October last of murdering llertha Spiegel, a girl in Pittsburgh, llillmnn . ad been sentenced to death. Loi'isvii i.i', Ky., Jan. 14. Tho hearing of the Kentucky bank tax cases before the supreme court has been from January 20 to February 20, on account of the absence of the date first set of Justice llrcwcr. I. eking Kiter on a llaiupage. rAiiMKit, Ky., Jnn. 10. Tho Licking post-jHise- d river is 22 feet nnd still rising. The piiucipal patt of this town is under water. Logs aud drift are running thick. High wind Is doing much dam-agto fencing and board sidewalks. o Ileturneil From Hawaii. 14. Three Owk.vsuoho, Ky., Jan. years ago a young man of the name of county, while acting as sawyer nt his Leach disappeared from his home In Ho Ohio county, near here, leaving a wife mill FrlrSay, fell upon the saw. was mangled almost beyond recogni- and baby. He has just returned from fell Upon a Save, Mii.MiCKlLo, Ky., Jan. 14. Hallngcr Coffey, n popular young man of this tion, dying instantly. iit. Madl-te- n linlge Fleming u ('slid il He. Louisvii.i.k. Ky., Jan. 10. Judge V, County Chapter of thu Daughters of tho Confederacy will celebrate Gen. 11. Fleming, of this city, iiunuuiiivd Kobcrt L Lee's 'irthday, January 1U. himself it cimlidp-t- fo,- - the Ucnioci ill Several addresses will ho uiiuIh by tionilnntlou for ttsmfV goiturtrt. ;suit tiny CYtmluif. prominent speakers, u t I.ee tu lie H.memb.reil. KiciiMo.M), Ky., Jan. 14. -- Tho tho Hawaiian islands and snys home to stay. hei U to.,.v . ..;HfflM0mw TT!mTTTr'-M-' i'iSr'-"-' ' ;'T)rnf'S'''ii:i,;'' AS4 f ',"' '.""' fUtatttaY. rV iplwfHywafiw ' irW'm!jnmp.n . UjjUjjjjIjj .. fyicitrw';jtgMtjgigTiMMi . 'j . 'HtftT'X12ili3il3CiJWilBHWMSU t'JtSJ 'WW- - MHaB wminimiirtatSMvit THE HICKMAN COURIER. - GREAT ARM Ucorye Warren. HICKMAN. KV : Gon. ritlDAY, JAN'. 20, 18P9. THE CONDITIONS OF PROSPERITY. Soma Things Wo Do Not Un- derstand. That the United States I Is eniny tig an mormons foreign trade, both from ttie products of our soil F "rfl J-- v -- . i. ;. ' and the output of our factories, is it fuct that nil citizens should feel jlud of hihI proud of. ttio condition were In 180.j-'0- 0 almost reversed. Then the hnl ni'co of trade was against us, mid now it is In oil- - fnvor. Then our facts, however much to be re 3rd. They reprimand Genera. fm id urn sold wheat nt from 40 to gretted. Miles for his conduct before, tlur- Crn. Miles, tho Commander-in-ChieCO cents, Htid no iv from 7;"o to Ing and after the war, In reUHotis of the United States army, 11.00; and corn whs then sold from to the War Department: and fori 7.'to to 91.00 a barrel, and now testified before the Oi tnmlssion precipitating the beef scandal Kant, loeattil dolnn bxalurx now Investigating tho managebio InsseM. $1.50 it the rulitii; price. t No I'llnlon atrrrl in Ihp Clljr of without cause. The same witness adduced fl ! T Frflft?? (IBfl Bank, Hickman In nitil ouiinlj ho( duly aworn, In l&'JG the prevailing argument ment of the war that, that un1th. They condemn Gen. Brcck- - ures and facts to show that tie " ay tli forKiIn! Ilfrt la la all healthy and poisoned beef, "emon otio side wua lliut a Irtia ilMnmnii of lb condition turidgo for leaving his deparment iguin In the producers of the Mm the balmed beef," us he called it, had lit luL-- nnrl In Ihn liatllnnf- Hnn. ISllllll Valley StHtt'S ffOlll'Aflr t Iht clou ot bulni on ..- 31 it ilij el of tha aalil lUnk, at h alota of builn prices of lion rauseil . - . , 1. - -" ..v 011 Ik incioDcr, lovo. .lll da; of Pro, 111)., lo Hit bf.t of wheat and corn, nod the stoppngp Oeen furnished our soldiers for Kntro. mid say that I19 ought In "r Ma knowlrJge ami hillrf; anil furiktr food, that It had caused tha siok-- i I II IIII'MI II If of factories, that more stuff had a;a lliat Hit bualnr ill ald bank hat lSESOUItOKS. have remained at his post and I'UIK be lli many times In excels ot would hten Iraoiaelrd at lh location named, ness and deutli of many soldiers, made ticcii produced tlinu the world more inspections. esti I,cnl unit itlnenunlii, Itn loamJ30,8tS-and not rlwhar; and that lli nboY ra the $13(100,000, which Is the Director", or needed; and on the oth-e- i and that it had been furnished as iiort la mad in enplan-- "lib an olucial oth. They blame Gen. Brooke mated cost miiilo by the board of I,cik la Dltfoiorn (o(Scri not a '"pretense of an experiment." from Ih ftere'arr cf t.tOOO nolle ide it was contended Unit the Iholmlcd), for the unhealthy condition nt , liiigineero. dtalnnatlni; Ihp 3II daj of Pre .HJA 02 Slat Of course this was a grievous Camp Thomas. New Or- Ottnlrfl Mcimil, rde of coutinctlnn in the money circulahlelt aueh at a ilajr on I, T1,, I S7 l'JS, Oirrilf(iii timf uurfl, Commissary-GeneraIn 1001 is Estimated at l hall br mad, tion, the demonetization of silver charge against the '.'O.VOS. 19 Pin from Ntlonal IUnk, blame the Medical bnalieln. With 3,1 feet W.C. JOHNSON, CMr. 'J.'JOO.OO and his Department, and partment for lack Lot. one half of our basic mouev, of Inspectors, depth In the channel at Souih tlaoklns Home ami $1,44 17 ,. ; Hubacribrd and aworn to brfnr ni I'J .. ., e f aiiiaiiucr ... - and for iii V. C. Juhmon, tha Olh day ol Jan, the value of gold money cumuii; iroru 111c VO' 4,149 00 failure to carry out need- - west rass, mi annual saving v ill Ctirtoncy, uiri ui 111c tiiuij, iivuro-.u- i iij ' . sanitary regulations. accrne to the grain growers of t'i. KichanjfifarCIrlmi fit 00 6,4 17 Wii. decreased and correspondingly 111"- -' D.T. DAVIS, Notary Tnblle. 103,000- - A reilne'ion of (')." rents i:ifrm' lait Q'larlar, the nvirket price of products to caines great weight to ttie minus 7th. Thiy blame congress fori a bale W. II. Haiti(. ) would be effected iu eutuin lie paid for in this high priced of the American people. Ir true, failure to make appropriation for f 08 703.01 Dlrpeiori, V. Cowoill, J freights, making the total sating MAHILITtES. there can be no punishment too smokeless powder. J K. T. Tina, money. on the average crop LH..tiuo. Cnptut Slock pU In, In 0b, $11,400 00 The same money laws exist now great for the guilty ones. S7C 10 8th. Gen. Shafter's management Tho saving on other exports Is L'oJItlJf.l ''infill, Gen. Ungiin, tho Commissary. of ns existed in 1800, silver is as the Santiago campaign is op- - calculated nt $1,400,000, which l)fpoill rulijtol to Ii elitck, (on hlcL iuKrrit much demonetized now ns It was General, in unswer to these chnrg'", proved 1n general terms, but uot will make a total snvlng on the DO freight rates for New Orleans Put not palJ). Daokt, 540.OJ1.IK) 40 021 So .......- 3, SO National then, so, therefore if tho demon- es, denounces General Miles as a'i pu'mu ...1 iiiiuur iiciiiun. Louis Be Capital Stock not palJ, 6,600.00 alone of $0,000,000--S- f knowing, deliberate, etizatlon ol sliver caused the low Hr public. luedltntetl intentional liar, with a J5H.7lW.CI then, why does it not cause TI.e Trust Octopus. f terrific denunciation blate oA'pirwcity, Cbunty tf Futltm, 11: LEl'EKS IN OHIO. it now! The question is equally """i'"! J. A. Thomppnn. pertinent, if tho gold standard scarcely to be exceeded iu human The most important, and, at the Tho Ohio Legislature- will adnna anj Mfrclianta' II ink,Caahltr of Farmrra a Dank loealrj and language. same time, the most hopeless con causes higher prices now, why it Clinton irrft, In rH8nr,.H for tu, caru nf the lepPB1,,,iriK lminr.i i St. The proud American manhood dition iu bnsluess affairs that con family which has just been din-o" eounij, b Jhe l?",n of did not cause it then! The anof this country can uot hear people of the United ered in Perry county through thi K or, , ln , rr'fC fronts the swer seems to be that the mouev ,rm. ,,lltdt fl question did not then or now con . (lemtiiiHlingl? such terrltlo cluira- - .Stiitcs, Is the exlntenco oT trudtn "I'i'Hrnlion to the towtmliiii traoi 0f iba conduion of ib id Hank, at ib h ". rsauH iistl leUniutnntitleMi'Ci er'nnd comblneB. There la a worin ratl)Hv will ho loctileil'"' "'" .luncl crtit.r, "".""c' nenr ""I '"'T "',"": "' "? ".twt ' of ':'. "."' u", ' r trol prices. hio knowlclj:, 10 ih 7 it" nl ',irlb'r The Increased dema nilforAmer or the Auioricnn nrmy. and tn hr0f deniiiRoguory used by politi tiou Cily O ami kept at the ex) nJ b"lf ", ll'?,.,!,,!2.0,i"l.!.!It-.kJ'.'l'.!" lV!!'. products, both of our hoilM'eve sucb oharces ogniti6t one in can8, nnd such unworlhr ileitis, penne of the State. lean nud raotones. Iihb cnimed Euro- - llla '''K1' position would Ito a creat jjoguery at times n8 to be nauseat - l Tll f,ct Hint two children of whr; and that the abor.' rKirt I. made h peau markets 10 buy more from humiliation to the wholo American e to Talr minded men of intelli- - M"' ue "V1 ,,,rei' ?ro pronounr- la .mpiir.rth SHTflary df.if- ' leiHTH Itllll III ail ail VHIICetl Singe lfd from 'nnni.ln liut, on llm ntlmr iiantt, getiee; but, nnno tho lens, ef "" uh than we buy from them, and there r the dread dioeuHe resulted in at "'"i'u ,'131'1 ,u' ...... ...... "" . ...... ...k k. m.ii. iu hence iu the general settleinent j1' ,,,e aecusntions nro unlrno ns nre great wrongs iu the facta nf joint meeting of the Ho ard f, uny gu muivii riicn irfun pi.atiC.M....i. 1 Tuh.Mna they pny uh m ore money than we l0 a "oborditiute like Gen. Kajan,' their existence. It is true that in! Health tho Perry County Hoard 8ub;ritfd and "oru 10 !for ni by f Infirmary Directors and decre- - J. A. Tbompaoo, ihe Tih day of January, pay them. This is an inevitable what should ho do I The Conrior some instunces these Trusts net , of the conclusion There has been no can understand that If Oeneral nully reduce the prleo of llie urUJ HeBllh. A iiiniiber State Board orpSW-,,A. W Lihi'MV, Notary Public of prouitnent , j n a t.i,,,Eifin i,n iiiiiu cle . the nnnininii mu iu fact II ItUHAXAN iiniinrii .t uo in change in the money laws of thin fttiLirtai were iiiho pruseiu. A : "! tiiiysitiaiin Di rector J. C CucrK, might rise iu right-thi- s in nearly always truo at ttie1 house will bo bailt on the (larry country, and, therefore, it cannot J It M I.L.a. be attributed to such causes. eons wrath and denounce a supe-- ' inception of the Trast. Hut, in farm and the family cotn.letelv Uoinmnn aeuee tella us thai thla rior officer if ho knew he would tnoro instances wher the combine lolt-"lASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. m t-.....-country could not ;m a law that be sbnt the next day for it. Trne.lt.aa ..v. .... .nnimi ..f o.. n,ri..il liil'.ll 'I'l... ... .. wero married In Pnr.it v. ....w . I 1.... iiiki nt,i ..il" " .I.1.. a say, avoid vl- they advance the price, limited 'nnd all are healthr excent Uanimli' all ikiwiiAoMIiik claim aRaiiaVlt. . would lessen the product Ioiim of calm reason would awr--- B the necessities of the con-1- . M. Gnrey. the foortli rluld, and :Yrn-- nn rosjxwuny noiiueii lonw wheat or corn in Europe and the 'tuperalion, uud leave the teati- ouli-bC ftJalkZaaBBl noMine with me, properly . '7.... ... "l Tacts to establish inno sumer nun uieirown avnrtco . 11. 1. """;' ,i. "" i.;i,i . ti, p..rtllnif to law, at my oiUco proviil '" extra demand from in Fulton, al aaV-cnnidllv. But. after all thla is "'otl!.er.,s ' H'bmoI.I am health) Ky Thw &pt. 29th, ua. shortage in such supplios. Hut cence or guilt. ?CS?5 nnnj1niiAl fnr W in Iti or T n vrnli asvk( ... ,.:., f BI11)11iniv atiii poll granted and known to be true,' i'IIih The Courier don't see that tariff laws in this count ty and AnKiKiiee of U. S. Murn-ll,rok other countries enn embargo some tics can have any part iu this scan where is there nay help or remedy March 10, 1893. 91,250 iviii tiny it. father of the children wh traltio, and theiebv effect home tint, for both General Miles and, for it! The members of the Trust,! Thew0e0 - Gnrey, a deceased HtiMirr The farm known m the G 3f5- prices: and thus gire tho appear- Gen. Eagaii, are staunch Iteputili- when they ..u...-- 0 prices, , . W Powell 'if, ua.n('re,J "nu. r'wy pl.ro. ne.ir Hlekm.tn, too aenw. W or canB uud both are officers iu the simply controlling their own prop. " ,l,e ance of o seventh nnmiifnHi-ii..ini- i iminni intii,nnUHI American army. It is to be hoped erty, precisely as nu individual ,, llie 8ervCe Infantrv, In the article of cotton notably, of his country wa, ufileerB wen) knowingly seeks to got tho best possiblo stationed at Nashville, Tenn., Dl further tuformation, eo and other products, prices are ,,,Hl .. .. v. i. at Oko. Waurev. 1111. lower than the cost of profitable engaged in furnishing unhealthy, juice for any products or goods 1. .11. in.... ..lauuii. vi.i. 11 2t Hlekniwi, Ky. has been scientifically argued that production. vny is tins 1 me beef to tho American he has to sell leprnxy was communicated to Inn same tnle, as illustrated in wheat soldiers, uud to this extent our saw---m The right of an individual to while in the South during the wr and corn, iu like couditions, will hope is that the proof may estab- this, to manage his own, has never and that he communicated the itis nB? I ultimately control. lish the innocence of Gen. Eagun been abridged or denied in this ease to his children. i and the others under indictment, country; nud if one is justifiable John Young Brown. A JOLT TO PROTECTION. for whilst It would be humiliating iu so doing, why not two or more a a Ttie Fulton Leader declares for ly lamentable to have the in partnership or combination t Splendid Selection of Id IiIr last renort to the Stn'e John Young Hrowu for Governor. of the American If a number of men of $1000 cap ' Department, Cnnatil Halstead. of Gov. Hrowu Is one of the ublcst army proven to be a liar and sluu-'lteach can combine In partner-- ' Hirminghnm, snaps his lingers it NEW BOOKS, com men iu Keuluck.v; a profound ju derer, it would be less so than to 'ship for business, why tuny not o,u,e 0" unKeor ol rist, whose legal opiniona whilst ,1Bre it iroven 1Rt l)0lIi- of naml)er of meD of $li00n)000 each! Physician and Snrgesn, STATIONERY, , the Executive chair was never American ofilcers were in a co.COmbio the same way! The ef.; XS!&? oier.ruled by the Court of Ap spi'acy to poison for money the feet on the market may bo differ and where tho opportunities for NOTIONS, &c peals but olwujs sustained; and American soldiers iu the field. ent, but the right to combine is studying commercial questions Hre Offlco ovor Lodford & Rogors who gate to the people, when the same. When a strong combi- of the best. He makes the uroml Urooery. Kvcry-tliin- g Cull and see our Stock. is hnrdh Governor, a clean, conscientious, A Millionaire Anarchist nation or trust obtains control of statement that there line of American manufacture of nblo administration. He Is a man up to date. the market and advances prices in other eoun One of tho great millionaire on the consumers bryond the tint, articles need also of most positive convictions on tries that could not be profitably Mary Hf.iirniji it Co. bankers of New York City has ural prices of supply and demand, exported, If proper steps wire public fjuestione, but never bought, nud is now editing the pa- their avarice is doing it gtcat taken for its introduction into for. (Snee'ftnr In Wm. Plralallirlnk,) because of honest mmwimitwTTTWfWMMTtnniiMi The Courier doea not ex per, called the Verdict, and in it wrong upon the people, nnd there ulir.i mnrbutb n.wl nnrnmnn KfMiftt. DlAtr IN melho,,e for pushing its saleatlopt. pect to attempt ucthityin parti ho editorially favors an Income are thousand.) of just such trusts' ed. The unprecedented bn'niire Tax. Many people who oppose iu tho United States ufTalrs, but it Is profoundly Hut of trade iu fntorof Ibis conn". and that John Young Hrowu an Income Tux, denounce such a where nud what is the remedy, IT during the past year, in spite of a as able and good a measure as anarchism, an appeal would make ns tn iu pointed t' WM Governor as the people will have to the prejntlico of tho common any! Tho rights of the general foreign war, argument, oat allowing nn opporiuuity to choose, nud citizenship must not be destroyed, unanswerable ARKANSAS MICKUAN, KBHTV9KY. probably Ihe strongest man the people against the rich people, oven to remedy such a great our uuequaled advantage over the nmtyct here tan millionaire editor, wrong. The Fedornl Government, competitors nnd everynecessity of Democrats cun nominate. AMD Iegltitte promoting it by however extraordinary thai may and different mates, have ant! means. st-- I'UBB DBLIVUICY. l'OIXTI'.DlMK.lflll.llMIS. be, who favors such a tax us wise, trnBt laW8( Consul Halstead calls ntle u'tlon ,)Qroortlg ,0 give Telephone Store No. 04; Resi and equitable. England, the eff bu H0 flir uotl,iiB ,bb been witli blunt frankness to the fact Pcnplo who tutk too inuob selidenco, No. 0(1. wbilo we are the best manudom talk well. most conservative government In accomplished through them. The that offer to all cbuuoa of thrifty facturers In the world we are the A rare piece of acting should the world, nnd the xl imlucHmonU tn lo. one deiiiHgogucry before the people Is poorest traders, nnd urges Hie imoatorrlUilaUietr border DIt. ji) wais bo well done. possessing more millionaires than not iu representing the fact that portance of remedying tills deAu nir of iuipoitance is worn b, any other countries, for more than such wrongs exist, but In pretend- ficiency. some uud sung by others. To tho Farmer, is too often but half a century has hnd, and yet ing to advocato iiieiisnres of re U offered good laml at low prlo A TOHAl'LO CKU.SAIIh. KUNTUOKY HIOKMAN, : and on eaaj trma ftooil markvU f another name for has an Income Tax Law. This lief whinh common Intelligence aU ht ralaoa.and crop The Presbytery of Philadelphia Wise is the spinster who bo country had and enforced nn In pronounces it humbug. Oflloe over Oowgill & Cowglll'a has been discussing thebu propo- I To tho Laborer: lieves in tho predestination theory.L.nm TrtX Luw mua nml evi.rnl Drue 8tor. a conntrr where work ta eaay lo f sitions: Nothing is more expensive than jmiB after the civil war. A ma German Enmity, anil wbero (rood wagea are paid. First "The nBe of tohncco i the things that uro presented to JniilV of the Knrnponu nations j. o. (irKiaur d. a. I'Auk. us. enmity of Germany to the sinlul, nnd therefore Inuonamtotit 1 To the Merchant: have and enforce such a luw. The witli the Christian profession." pennons nre aimed at the nr.inp of this millionaire Is O. II, The Many food opening, wbera boneat,1egitl- PARK & SPEICfHT, United stales has been often re mat poukut book instead of tho henrt. 1'. Heltnont. Second' Hecause the nse of l liruufcbualnoaa can 1m oarrtad on with ported, uud often denied, since tobacco is especially obnoxious lo Contentment is well enough iu KENTUCKY MAYFIBLD. TilKllK Is woman represents, tho beginning of tho American ollluers of tho church no one shall : i To tho Manufacturer: ' Kb way, but it is death to enter Will do a General Law Uuslness live In tho Col. legislature. 8 lie is Spanish war, and still continues, be ordalnod to either of the offices prise. anunllmltfrd aaprlrofrawmatoriala, :: : in all Courts, Stato and Fed ..,..,...,.. and Rood ahlppliiK t arllltlea to all the : who will not promlso tn nhstniu Little things frequently nnnny hi... '.'.......ir. u r .... larKu market.. IJIxral Indncpmenla : : era. and In all the Courts n,v! from the use of tobacco.." aro offorod I17 the dtlzvna ot tbe n man small boarding house oT Kill ton County. Tanuua tuwuuw. "" uinnrauiciious 11 is Third "No student of theology she was culled to preside over thet for instance. steaks, T&o CU lilt posaca : : Prompt Attentlou (llieti t'otlectlon. body a few Impossible for the average citizen shall bo admitted to liceueuru to We would probably find our deliberations of tho dlreotljr throuli the beat portions of Ihene crosses just as hard to hear were dajH ago, and acquitted herself to know the truth. Certain it is preach the Gospel of Jeans Statta. and la trie beat : : route for the Intending ; : we permitted to select them our with cteiltt. During the debates that the German newspapers have Christ and no licentiate Mm II be MtUr, aa It la tne ; : It wae interesting to unto the vaordained unless he protniups to selves. direct routoto Arkan aaaand Tenia. Good ; ; Blacksmith and Undertaker methods employed in ad- generally been inimical tn the refrain from tho use uftolmcno. l rious A man in usually able to connection are made United States during the Spanish After due deliberation, in which : with all llnoa eoterlna; Cairo, and no : : his middle name while he dressing tho chair. She was vaHICKMAN, KENTUCKY. neceaaarr. : : liven, but it always crops out 011 riously addressed us "Mr. Upeak war, nud It appears equnlly trne it was disclosed that the use of '' dlaarroablela;-oTerare Oomfortablefroochalrcaranin through ; : ME A TBI I. when you wan cr,""Mmo, Hpi'aker,",,Mme. Pres- that the Genitalia have made con tobacco was not entirely unknown :: :from Cairo to Texas without chana. : : his tombstone, : If : Dtnckainlttilng' done, or repalra In A jeweler says that the cheap- ident" and "Mrs. President." The tluuous expressions of fiibiidship among some of the ministers of : Eforyon aro thlnklntc of raoTlng;, wrlto :: : coplesof our banilaomel- Ulna free Ac. llorieHlinelng a aptrlallj est watch made will not va- most popular way seemed to be and neutrality. Now the report the Presbytery, the first ntnl sec- :: :tratd pamphlota "Ttrat," "fmtt m : : fall Una of I a no keep ond propositions were voted dowu : :(h4Soutit.""7YtMatouiArltaui;'--ry a second In the year prorl ''Mrs, Speaker,'' which will be : GhmjHt comes that the Germans nre back tf Soullunil Hinourt, Ar-: .ianim amd Narlhuti foufiiama," and . : future ocuusions. ding it Isn't wound up, lug and encouraging Aguiuuldn but the third wus npptoved, : V'Wxttftr Salt AloUndertaker's Goods, Iki Cotton 'll.' : : This seems to be in a deWhen man can go into a pawn lavj wui sv.f jve t. sw Ma Tni: President has ordered n and his insurgents by furnishing cision thut tobacco is ueffect thing Common, Konewood, and Holld Dlack Walt bud shop without a quickening or the In the 1.W.1UU7KI, for Commissary anna, supplies, &o. This friond-shi- and the church must make war ::.u.aua, mil uonim and Usaaa, wiiloh em ie fitted iinli.it nr it lielf'lilenhii nf cnlnr. It 'a Court Martial face of the protestations of :: Trar.ruarittai. wtiruaruajinn., up on short notice, and at ronablr rr. vuii, iu. a mire sign that he has beeu there General Eogan, because of hie de on the part of the German upon it except as indulged Id by rdaaeai.) aalau,IU price OItb in a a call. tHlHIHHMHt4HWmHHHtWlfrHfHa ministers already 01 dallied, unuclutioa of Gen. Miles. before. Chicago No- Ambassador at Washington. Ut" Nlmp'nrnr tha Jail. re-rul- loss than n deep humiliation over The War Investigation Comtho great scandal now pending he mission in their report as to suftweeti lendln? Cienernls in the in the nruiy, bad inoiiiige-men- t United States tinny. Tho ureal fering as to Hie supplies So., make victories achieved in Otilia and following conclusions, in tho Philippines by our armies, tho brief: were phenomenal, exciting the ad 1st. That the cause of suffer- miration not only of homo people ing In tho arm V during the war but of the whole world; nnd linn with Spain was duo to tho lack it la possible that great Iriidcrs of proper inilit ry organtzation in these events could be Induced under the preee ut system. to now drag all these glorious 2nd Thoy critic Ize Gen. Alger, In the mud of scandal and the Secretarv of war, for weak- .ilnperntlon,. passes the under- ness, in his relations es standing of the ordinary civilian with Oen. Miles, but exonerate ii nd patriot. But such aro the him iwiii corrupt practices. f N,,,ili Franklin, the alleged mar PORT. Testimony this winter before Etlgau's Terrific Denunl dcrcr of Daisy Stilllvuu, a tho Rivets nud Harbors Commitcounty belle, who was mysciation of Gen. Miles, The Ureat Bugaboo Simmers tee of the House, in the mallei teriously iissnssiiintod, in n decisof deepening SoSthwost Pus's, Down, No Auicrlcau citizen can feel ion bv the Court of Appeals, TueoMnr-sliul- I SCANDAL. WAR 1VESTIGATI0N RE- - 1J 1111 Pass. Souihwest 1 ." " LI1 " :MS A 5KW TUMI,. (JUAJtTISUhY OK THK IMPORT '"i.iii.ii air lau.i. -- ii ' i Particular J. HICKMAN DANK. At lli etc'i b( buatntM on IVo-mba- tlii Slat day ot ..'.. ... I 'T ihSffit """ 111 1 189S. shows that the Improvement con a reversal jmlg ",V, certis deeply the shipping Inter- - ''"V'V''"1" L. GATZERT & CO., Chicago, IIKStlUHfiy. ?".', L ests not only ol New Orleans, but ' ".,".( A,.",,?r?.'-" '" Losnt an. PUojuiiU, Un loam lo of St. Louis and all of the fertile 1. engaged exclusively for more than ilrccinr, 11211,033.47 region watered by tho Mississippi. rH'n, Loan t Ultpolor, odicert not " ", f , The vast trafllo that uses (., lnnliMlil Bl,n ,M J"',0f ,lnon"! 110.00 ''" ,' Thirty Years in Fine Tailoring. water-wafor a road depends for 17,0J iinKurfil n..iiM .... H..,n. pu.l.Mentiestimony by Hup (10m N h'I IIhiiH", 21,8.'t8.00 . M'-i. Hnllhiin was Noah Frank ..:'ri..-i- . (cum Klat We cordially invite our friends and the ",. "'"I" "'"" . .7. " . ' "1 .. "1"V" Ii .' see.hert. and had been be- - Una ill Hankfra, llnk l.KtUt.itJ 22.OI0.Mft (HI charge. I'rmiklln Hanking llnu ami Ii, ,MX) general public to favor us with a call and , ft nn, me ,)e ,,o1. irsteil. bhe IHK'.UO uno n,'V' ,H"T Olhrr Slock sail Honda ,,ed up, burring the Immense shin- - "" "" rm"' Sna?tc SaVitTl's immense line of UttDtsA 2.824.18 rtla 6,'.M0,O0 0,0111.18 Cirrner, .od in the Other liema rarrleil aa cub, m she Zt mvo, VDVivct Somt& from which we are "- --'" 3,S38.7U ",,'?., ln.Hway of her own home. Sus Kiprnrea lait Uarler, . .. Cib.l'i prepared to make to order .,. -t....i tik'ion upon Franklin was so strong Jlf.l,ll.TJ.Jl C8l,"',(,(, 'i"l"nS.-pecla- lly ' ne 0f U,e 1rgtit shippers in b HI "'frer. UAIIIMTIKH. the Crescent City. He told how Ma) tit Capital flock pIJ In, lo ch fi0.000.00 a largo steamer grounded at the MAJOK II. Ashcraft, of Padn- Hurptii Kntiil lO.OO'J.OO Her bow call I'HB J. head of South P.iss UnillvWI'.l ProflU I'ccii himiuiiih-mir of Dapualla antijrrl to rlifek, on 1G9.N1 " S,",oh ' Co'"n1 3V which Intrrrtt la not pahl, 10S ,5(12.3 ''"""'" B,1Mfe athwart the chad ii,ui .i10 ftr.i.oaa.ai Wc Guarantee Atawtutcly to Fit and Ple.uc You In Every Respect. iml, the whole ocean trade of Nejr Still QUAUTEKLY ICKPOUT Ktntttky, County tj fVton, Orleans would have been brought H, C, AMBERG, Hickman, Ky, I, W. O Jnlmon, ('HiiUr ot Hickman OK THK to a standstill, entailing Irrepar i a Hank ami have their clothing made to measure and should know that we have the sole agency in this city for the matchless productions of PeopIe. iw.. i. m ujai i nmjit"jaaMii 0'",,rf I '...." ... y . ::,'.. h I O'er-lMft- I '4 1 WZ QM' ii,i.., r.. n" Elogant Suits, Handsome OveroostsaM j - Stylish Pantaloons 2oes Tossttta "Prices - n-ap- 'rl oer-produ- c - tho-lo- w I I '"",r rp "'V 'lli V - -.- eon-mime- d 2l" rcrti Resumed Business I X J. & BONDURAfiT. J. J. C. nONDUKANT ha IkiurIiI the Ornrrry Slnrk of Al.rnrn McI)ANlK.t., in the l'owell Hlock, nml will continue lnninr nt that stand. He lins added largely to the stock, nml will keep equal to any . - 1 1 Grocery Establishment Qtnlity, Quantity, Trice nml Variety, to select from. He solicit th trade of hi patrons of lormer years, nml tho public generally, tiromU- Inc to ant) all FA I II DEAMXtl. - J I 111 pre-pric- IIH Kl 4 m WAGON AMvrAtTvnrw r Tiir iti.i nrtaTi.o 0., - "ID'. J 11 n- - A J V " ' ";;"- - ,EJi aP"H 'kafiaH laaTaaaal TTI iClH , ni ii.iWaSja5Mat2V"VM vwflQivSS I I '' 1 V w " .HICKMAN WAGONS, HICKMAN CnUliTTTJ-CK-Y-. 1 ,... ..... '".v'bst, . a vi il8" -- 1 t I . -' "y - .... 11 11 11 "" . ii 1 15Oa ftn aVT bBjl "Majestic" Cooking Ranges The Best in the World ! 1 Von f'MHHAt .Vnltr n Mlnlnlte " " a 1 , h g . la Buying Oae of tftese Ranges ! One of Its Strongest l'olnli Is its - , '",.. z.nZ aawaaV S2S? aaakiBaal ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUELL llle-tlm- e lUkes Hlscults In 4 Minnies Huylng a 'Majestic" means a Light Hrrnd In 40 Minutes. of Ecottnmical Conklnf VomMI . 1 Call nml KxnmlNe Thrni. Ilwy 11 fllltrr. pnir-oue-d Cash Book Store. O Iisi aaLsaaal S r KERR WT- & "aWV HANDLE, I al - VJ. .,!ZT!f.Hnu'',,' SnlZ Zn& ..Lon Naylor,.. Hiokman, Zy. EL - Ti ' sig-l- il . rf . aT lifffl -- ! 11 Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, &c FINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. - Genuine Selli Tlinmtis Alarm Clocks for 11.00. 4 & e Butlett, ditler-euce- s. Doors Kast of Laclede Hotel, HIOKMAN, KY. I J con-viuee- d . aaawpaHSal 1 " Fancy Groceries Provisions, It. T. TtlKB. n rr.it. r. t. iioliosbi, r. rr.'t. ICKMA1T I JE.sa1mjlwlaaiscl. HIOKMAN, KENTUCKY. Mm. dLMMM. 8 IT. f. JOUHMU.Caakl ANE, C' la '' re-fa- ir TEXAS S.K.DAVIDSON 1 1 tifti'i.L'N am ii.iitidi:i rnoFiT) ie,oe. Solicits your business. Wo offor the uinsl Llheral AccoinmodatloBS to our Custotnors Consistent with Estublislied Uuuklnt: Principles. It. T. TYLKR, 0. A. IIOLOOMnii!. .J. NA VLOR, W. II. BALTZEB J. W. COWOILL. W. L. MoOUTOHE.w. V. C.JOHNSON.. Paid Up Capital $50,000.00. 'JTjr DIRBOTOR8 i Hero-worshi- p eelf-esleem- . oover-falll- ! TT The BEST OFFER WKRK i i " - Ever Made by a Newspaper! FOrt ONLY J I.ARnn PAOE8 F.VERV 11 $1.50. ;h;vromT7;oho7oyrudri'or,H ? , '"" A. F. OLIVER, A - con-rea- - - Tha aamUwreklr Rep'ihllp. lb. bail antral nwiraper printed In Ihe world, ooolalnln all tin news la elfht pagai anil The Republie Model Maiaiin. one aar for $1.50. Tbe Itepublio Snndajr Mufailne wai Ibe nsw.paper fnoeei of 1807. A home Journal of Ibe beat elan, 18 large page, ever- -' weak, 4 pagea ol fun, 14 pages of the brighten and beat reading printed. It oontalna more blc.h-ela- ii plclurei and carloon than were e'er allcnpted In any other publication. More niled writers and art Lie oontribule to Tne Itepublio Magailne lhao to an other Weilern publication. The Madeline will b sold onlr lo connwilon with tbe nml-wee- k Ke ublle, li.it la mallad separate) eaeb week. Addreee all ordere to twlot-a-wee1 -' TIIR IlKPIIUMf S -A fr- Nt. I.enls, HI. z Waa-on- i, a-. & A. A I :: -r 11 -- Subscribe for the p . . "HICKMAN COURIER." V i OTtXtlJaU ? TSFWrT? .. i -- v, iiv7.--t- r M m &' f '.- - "J3.1'-S."5- iKt?' rr-?- - . ..A., -i-- z -- 2 LIME, Koiigli CEMENT, Ss. Srcssod ad Her, ETC, DOORS, BLINDS, SASH, SHINGLES, Builders' Material Always on lininl. n cased llarrlit, llio Croesus, 11111 Cul Off tut; IhrouKh MKslwdimi nud I.ouWIium of : for tho iiant four moiitliM, returned homo wcro hcunl and Sopply from (lie MissWater TCHtcrday. Leo UobertH, dlnturljlnj,' jmhllo worissippi. ship lined t'JO. Jack TlininOH, i;amb Alex. Check U vIhIUiik Iu Hunt. illlfloll. Tcuil . nml will rciliirii In nlmiil ling fln.--d Uodiioy .Ioiich, (lid. Front Troy NowHllanner,) . llVfl ..i,.-...- . ..... (.tnlfa ... ti.lri. I. ..ulll.1. 1. Ilin' turbliiK public worship uciulttctl. f.iini.ii.Ji t.iu .. Hank, us lit .hi. Our rcailuts will recollect (hat Farmer' & MtrchuutA Frank Miller, W. V. Hugcm and Ford Sutton, housebreaking 1 year Iu ieul n vrnr hro n lot of tnlllloiiHtrro !'V I'llllll MMIWIKIIIIIHIHi lim - imil.liXllWHUMWIICIi'J A. O. Holmes has been coutliicd at Circuit Court Itoms. homo thin week wllh lugriiio. Miss Leo Khcrlll, of Covington, Tho Fulton Olrcnit Court convened Tciui., is visiting her mint, Mm. L i:. Monday, Judgo Itoliblim nud Com. Anderson, Att'y, Moorman iircncut. Tho IiukIiikm llio plnce to get fiSf OAllUniKRH' IkHo keeps Florida of tho ponrt i very limited fow now nice, sweet Oranges. caseH. and tho trials chiefly comuuin-wciltItttstoU. Tho Juries will probably Iw O. K, Woarn, who lins 1h;cii travel, discharged Tim following M- ""''"l" iH IJIf III! ! in '"""IMW'WH N IN THE REELFOOT LAKE. tmmmmmmmtmmnnrimmmmmm?mnmmr;ri?K lroJl on Foot to Drnlii It Dry. $100,000 FULTON COUNTY Will be Culllvatcd. dlKel Now We Are Stock-Takin- g, mi To tleln Secure Homes. Hook-lccM- IK Will cheerfully mnljo estimates on any ipi.iutity iimtrcil, nml gunnuttco Ion prices. it L P. &W. S.Ellison " " 7 T "T"" ? ? f 3 Itnllrmul TiincTnblr. N., Trtln N. 0. & St. h. R. K. AnuiVKHi m. I vr.kXK, term nud Latent HtyUii received thlj wcon ut Wiuox'h Hooi. Stoiiu. A woiiinn of nilliini alr.o, hrnnctlc, wisirini lilack ktrl, dark Jacket nml fur collarette, h:w Ikhmi vlrtliul.tiii; merchants ui u kIioii lifter. From a dcMirlptlou of her trkkx ho Ih ii Ptiinrt worker. Mr. Dniiura, the ilcntltnto ntnii, wIkmo family wnit found mi thn rier hank Hnmliiv, nick, heljilou and dexti. tutc, died Wulnchduy night. The fain-llin in Koro iieeit, nick and helplcxH, and need thn hcljiuuw. The tinjHTtH for n flooil in tho MUiUlipf, U not ho threatcniuK an irwt wcek'hreixiiid JuslllUil, n.icl vet tho dan Kcr U k'iiiIIhk .1:1 the overflow nlmont frtrmen mire to come. Tin; IxitUmi I'a-dncy 1 . tttWAMi IAI'KIt.-Ncw- cnt nat- - Will i ears In llio pi'iiltontlary. years InJoium, bntijjht up Iteelfool Lnku from grand l.irceny, coloreil pen. y the imrtles owning tho Lake, Kd. Myeni, felling liquor to minors. fioni Mr. S I) fJouliruti J. lino fM. Flo parties were Kent to tho L. .Mtihier, I) U. Onldwell, J. K. tien, and S morn probably Thn grand Jury has returned a num- Wells mid W. M. Wilson pnjit.B ber of indictments a number for Illir,MM ftpot caHh. Tlioy Inlcnilod cit whiskey nclllug. i:. C. Carter, It, II. Ulnfonl nnd H. lo establish h Krntid hunlinp; tint unlike perhnp" aotne of It, Walker aptxiiuted Jury CouiiiiIjmIuu. ers. Court 111 lMi iu Hewilon at least tho niiglitv Imrotiial luiiitlng pro two days next week, ceveral cases lxlnir serves to bo found on (lie princeseut to bo Iteanl by Special Judge Lou. ly estates of llio Kuropenu nobilprln-dlpitllpro-suryo tentlary. .1.0. HawkliH, forgery -- a Chitkhvlllo tobnnon iiierclinnts 3 Safe and Suro Investment, A-- (IUANI) JUHY. Ir.ln M hti il Wt r. J, at toft . Trmla Ko. Ti.ln , T K I i , .. Local and Personal, In sosdon this weuk. Olrmlt court Mr. Frank Luca. of Wlugo, U nt tending court. J. P. Iloynlcr, of Knlluu, was iu the city tliU week. Houao ICIrk loft Wednesday for 1 (Intuitu City, 111m. J. H. Ad.im. of rSovtlc, Tonn., wn In thoolty TucMi.tjr. Chns, 1. Hardy, of Union City, wn In the city, thl ueU Mm OIiim. Dnv.il of Union lor, h nttrmlluit court this week. In the city t)il wct'k. WOn to KINO'S for lowt price onT'iirulliire and Collins. Mr. Unlit Whlt.well.of Union Cltv, was Iu tlmclly Wednesday. Mr. Tht. llnllock, of tho Clinton Cl'y, U t- - 2ST" KINO'S ivrlrct on Fttrnltmvaud Uiiilerukeri (loo Ii arc the lowit. Mutt Arre, editor of thn Fulton Lo.lir. w.k In thu pity thin wcoV. Wiley Carpenter, of Woodland 5Mb., Tenti., nKnt Tuediy in the city. X Fn-d- t Oyster nlways on baud nt lUiU'riiKit,' Hun Ileuton McMlllin was iniuu-r.ite(Intemoruf Teiincweo, Moml.iy. M him. Watty and Tom Gardner. of.Tcrrll. Tonn , spent Ait unlay In the city ' New Vork. U vUltlutr Mr. and Mm. II. Much. (11111. Mr. Ilnhllnchnn.vi.nf llntlnlo. Mr Tom nolio, who ho 1kii In the ludhiu Itntarr.itl'HK, h.n rvturncsl )iomt. For all kliuls of Tropical Fruits t,o to ciAiiv'iiir.ns-- . Hon. John Young Ilrown doliniM to a candidate for Cioveruor, with1 thanks. Mr. II. C Ilarrett and wife, of ()i., it re ri.llluf Mr. nud Mrs Thos. llrlu-KOit. Lvslforil. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. WhcIer. of veral days In town Tyler Mo., sp-l- lt this wk. Mr and Mrs. W. A. Carpenter spent smcral days at Mclniorsvllle, Tcnn., this week. ST" Subscriptions for any newspaper i Ft or mnpulne rivelvisl at Wiijov's Hook Siouk. over-flowin- g Is Tho new Illrkman wharf-boa- t tdsiut roinjiletrtl, nud full to with com. Misses Maud Parks 'nl Paulino IViithvr, of Nowbcru, Tcnn., urn vlit-luin tho cltr. Alcwrnou IMakciimrc, who hns Ih'cii nt llnutsUlle, Ala., for h'lmu time, Ills retiinusl homo, Mr. and Mrs, Arlltnr Shaw, of Stiito Lino, Ky. spent several days In tho city this week, g& A hnmUoine lino of Iledmotn Suinw and Hockers nt KINO'S. Pric tho lowott. Somo of tho ImIIoui fanners arc moving to llio high lands in order to escape thn ravges of it lltsal. Mrs, Alldrolla Heovcs, of Ltixnra, ArK., wa lit tho cltr tiila wwk, tho gttwt of Mrs Ik'tllo WiNou. Mba Malml French left Thnrwlay for a visit torelatlvoH In Memphis, and Hchoolmalnnt Helena, Ark. g K" thlr-tcs'- amids would havo ever (nought ofenconrnglni: liln soldiers with the famous Maying 19 centuries look down upon you." So only that Hiirewii minded llnnncler, Jhs u Harris, would nave ever will you lo to inaku soino oini at lont lliouglit of drnliiiiig the Like. As that he has Iseu f inventor. Is ell known .Mr. Harris ban but If you would enjoy a bigger businr sult. C. II. Moilllts, Drnccist. Moscow. K..l"unt '"r-- '"a" ever, let your Uuslnejss one eye but he can aee more with says ho m1U I'l.ititatiiiii Chill Curv and ""1 ,l I,1HC0 '" "m advertising columns Unit one than oilier can see with The books for a new series of $" llndslt suits hU tnwle Ncaumiit (rani, oi yonr iioino paKr. Itwlllixwt but a two eyes. More particularly Mr, & this Association are now open, and ,r"!o ""i" Will speak well for you aud tnliyt thn svstrm of nil malarial ikjUoii, ' your town. It will show that yon mean IlnrtiH can seethe dollars under will be held open until the 3rd ami iiu guarantee It. luuiiii4 Hint yon nr--j not nmintiifd to grindstone or at the bottom of Thursday in February. (lGth,) for "Uncle" (teorgn Wllki n,on. ono of ' in He tho attention of the world to your the Lake. HeToro the Lake run (he subscription nf New Stock. tho oldest and years ago a well known business, Ho a factor iu yoor town's bt drained, tho depression of the Now Stock is only issued in Febcltlen of this county, died, at his linniutprnKriiw. Mississippi river bank whence the in Ilin l,oilglnii nelgliUirJiiMKl, last week. ruary nnd August of each year. water Hows Into Reelfnot Lake llnwiis oer M years old, and vasal. For any further information call vuyn uslit'imil mi houorablu uud highly Is The hole in tho Nntioual flnnuces must be tilled np; iu fact a leveo growing at tho rate of about a milon the Secretary, al the Courier rei.p.'ctabln citizen. iniiHt be built nil the Way down lion a week, and tht-rU tlicmforc no office, Hickman, Ky. Thoifrom Hickman. Thescheino is InTh Nasvhvllln, Chattanooga fc St. hoponf relief from war taxes now cutting (town ex- - deed a gigantic oueand If eonsnm Inis Hallroad, tinder the management vriivrrnnieui is out troops, A mcctiug ot tho First district demAdinliilHtrater'M Notice. of Major J W Thomas, is turn of tjiu pcuAKH, mustering but mated would be the crown jew Sure Signs of Prosperity. Bat Meat fares Bald Head ocratic committee has been called t n.ids in tho conntr). A combina- thn oxKvtatloii is that tmgni-- will el of the bright Htars that Hash iu 25th liiht., at Padncah, to tion sleeping and chair car has recently more than otr.et such nMnctlons bv larg- Mr. Ve do not regard It that any of us All parties holding claims against the Harris'' lluiincial coronet. determine tho ttmo nud manner of In the Medical Age a Chinese been put on for the. benefit of p loungers er apjiropriations, but holding a convention to nominate n estate of E. Klmbcrlin, doe'd, will please When (he Squire had batched an umklug millions, hand file them lusido of 3 months, or they gentleman advocates the use of N'twecn Hlckuiau and Nashvillo. al indications poiut to a steady aud a candidate for railroad commissioner. will bo null and void. O. H. Jkxkkh. Young womemu society oro lanuh and concocted his scliemo ho pat i iv. i ,i the fat as an article of diet, nnd tii- it before the Clurksvllle Outing piTiiiaucnt return to tho financial Jordan, Ky., Jan. 17.18U9. ,U':l1 lt lu.K " If wo havo been rightly informed, makes the following remarks on pnor to lb93, when wo began to then) Is Club. Hut these genllemou who ;:: now n schcino on foot for tho Zu& uJK knew nothing except ptlce of forcibly feel tho depression, Tho its properties as n hair restorer! kniMiM. was brought lek to his home building of a loveo from tho Kentucky ENTitAi u", ", i.ul l,nl. - .1 ' lugs nud the different the speclea of iudlvldual uud tho corporation, hills across No. 9 bottom to tho high "What the carrot Is lo a horse's r tobacco worms, would not listen alKo havo felt the great shrinkage iu lands of Lake county that is the most Taken ttp br N. J, deeds, living In coat n rat is to the human under that to blin. But the Squire baldly values, uud many n man then "on top" fcasablo ono aro has ever been to pub- Fulton County. Ky., ou the Cayeo nnd fact can be e x p I a In e d, many friends ho,, for .U s.s.y taken. Wo Moscow o. K'.v.'h.n Vsmdy and plainly told (hem he would Isuowat tho bottom, while but few lish tho scheme, not authorized bid it eo, Ky Uoad, ono niilonorthof Cay- but every horseman knows that M but we earnestly J' " nluo Shcits, of black color, slrnctioii This laugh is a braueli of iiiu- levee tho river, cut tho water off havo reverhid positions with them, make his godspeed. While it is tmo it wonld add about i or 5 mouths old, will regimen of carrots will Wild Hill Uvntis, Chaplain of tho sicnl training applied to embellish con- - Hie Lake, ruin the happy bunting prosperity many thousand to tho projector's wealth, weigh about 40 or 50 pounds, and val- horse hb smooth and lustrous as )uo of tho surest signs that Snd Teitii., now Isdug mustered out (it vernation iu the iiiimI tilniulug iniiuinr. tho benefit derived from it by tho entire ued at $10.00. No other marks or velvet, and the Chinese, especial, Colnnibii. S C . has the latmt lent Ih- - Tho girl with a louil heurtr lnuch is all grounds and be would show them bw permanently returned is the county of Lake would bo inestimable, brands perceivable. Given under my ly the women, know that rats used nig iniuio no t ur nail, ami projsxes on rtgni in tun mountain or seaside resort. how to wheel the van, They nwi business now being douo by tho and should bo received as a public benehahd, tfds Jan. 14. 1809. his discharge, to comnieiico nu cvuugel-ibut that saiiio laugh U tabooed in tho uud sold Mr. Harris the N C. aa food stop (be falling out of St. L, It. It. It Ls not only fit rather than a privato speculation. J. F. Mknekh, J. P. F. C. tour tnrongh the State of Texas. Mr drawing ukiiu. Lake tor the prlco they pnld for hair and make the locks soft, silbut has of late at time Keu mi- - l,ako County iTess. Porter Kirk, of Hickman. U his orderly it, $5,500. It now belongs (o Mr. rxMsiblo, for the road to bundle all tho ky and beaut.iful. I have seen it w ill accoiiiMiiy Mr. Kvuus through and NOTICJE. Harris, lock, stock, fish, Mump, business (freight) given them, for lack A KcbnmVn editor says: tho other SIIOCKKII TO DIUTH. tried many times, and every time Texit". mud water. barrel, all. Ills thought of day, when we wcro driving down towu Tho Farmers' and Merchants' Nation- it succeeded. cars and engines. Mr. It. II. Flat, of Clinton, has been behind our family rhinocerous we came al Bank, located nt Hickman, in tlio One of tho saddest deaths (hat somu $150,000 will be needed iittending court this week, and is a upon an nged man tearing a brtdgo to Stato of Kentucky, is W. G. Wisteu. druggist. Clinton, Ky., closing up its af- Musical Entertainment. calidldnlo for Slate Senator which lias occurred In Union City in the ooiisttnction of the levee pieces nuu piucuiK ii uikjiiu wukuu. as iairs. says ho has sold Plantation Chill Cnro .iu uoio iinioers down (be banks of the river from from llicktu.ui, Fulton and Craves was tho bridge was ono wo needed iu our creditors of said Association, and others, for many years, and among the many that Saturday nlcht of aro there Counties. Ho is n line looking voiiug On Satnrdny, tho 14th, tho "Good business wo asked tno ageu man wnat fore hereby notified Hickman. What will the to present tho notes chill tonic bo finds tlio Plantation the Hnrt, tilgla wutchimin. About be t It would bo hard to rosaltt Will Singing Class" gave an mail has the look of a Stato Senator lie woh dome witn it, and in which nnd other claims against tho Association most reliable ho ecus, its lt acts different lrtvuly, is oltalJn nud uinlsl, nml wo 10 o'clock he went to the station-houscaso Whv no. or words to that effect, ho for payment. from tho aulnlno tonics, which, oral? tno ronulence of Miss L. L. Just liow innux square roll en livarn Is ii man of lino nnillty uud prompoor, and 1 replied! "My eyesight to put on a new clootrin of the richest land in the world tho programme consisting of an- Jmvo no spectacles with is J. A. Tirotitssov, Cashier. stops chills for n short time. It removes ise, and U a good d euiocrat. me. I under light In place nf one that was would be reclaimed; most of tbu thems, choruses, solos, recitations, nud tho cause, and tho cure is permanent. Dated Deo. 5. lt9S. painted stand broken, In tho dartc Ida hand bottom of the Lake will bo con- a Oioliy three little girls. Thu children ou thismany advertisements are it homo The tlrst step toward bridge, aud I mn taking s.iys un oxclialige, is to culttvato a ploc en in o in contact with thn wlrn tiro. verted into a gigantic fur in nil saug iu a creditable manner, nud in order that I may read them nnd find tit (itsanition impervious lo the petty, iruiliug Trnm the broken bulb, and trio tno "Tho out where to Tho long acres iu extent, laud Hint especially Interesting was by throe of tho winter eveningscet bargains. aud 1 want Viw, that's worries of life. Merry Christmas Time," are coming, ,1""ri' coruse. would make two bules of cotton youugi t members of tho class, nuy m 1," .Vwll le" ,0 ll"' r wnenover exact or to lay II.. nn i ou ii ii1,1 next morn- or tweuty barrels of corn per acre "lno audience expressed themselves fences iu a supplydoors,bridges I una board me iv ou your favorilo corn, crlliyour favor-III- ) that may read and born exchange, or iIihs something equal- ing nbont seven o'clock by Dave for all time to come. Not only wen pleased, and when the programmo what tho merchants havo to say. ly as vilo ; smile n amnio always and Vuics, when be went lo feed Ins was ended the visitors present, being this but tens of thousands of grow fat nnd plump. It ays. horses nt thu city stable adjoinnow deeply overflowed would lovirs of tho art of melody and All effort Ls lciug made by the ownaud also full of patriotic Thn ImmciiH) amount of corn lieing ing. IIU head was lying In the be aa salablo as any hill In Oblou tor their country, there was a ers of steamboits, steamships and other handled at Hickman on thn railroad station house door There were Comity. There will bu obstacles Soug," vessels sailing from New Orleans to get unanimous dctumutratos tho great advantage to tho (wo or (hree burns In his left and dllllcnltles lu Mr. Harris' way, which was cry for tho "War by tho rid of tlio houseboats uud tlatboats ou cheerfully rendered road in making a connection with tho hand and n untiplo of light ones Ho will need be all but superhu- rUhrt They also sang, by request, "Hear tho Mississippi. These boats aro withriver, but the amount is nothing to com- In his right hand. out means by which their courso can bo tho Liigine Pullling." Special attention given to the selling of Keal Estate of all kinds; man If be removes them. pare to the vast quantity that will como The elass Ls doing good work, nnd controlled, and as u consequence, nro when facilities arc completed. Already should bo encouraged by all who are in- a hourco of dauger to other vessels. Tho and represents a full line of tho best and most reliable Fire Insurthe com shipped from llio river at Hickterested in singing The children are tlatboats have, it Is trno, largo rndders, ance Companies doing business lu the State, nnd that "Old Reliable" man is largely more than from nil other taugnt to mug correctly by note, aud tho but iu tlio strong current of the Mississ- MUTUAL BENEFIT LfFE INSURANCE CO.. that has already depots ou tho road combined. eilc-- of their training will bo of benefit ippi thoo rudders uro of little uso. Tho paid ont largely over $100,000 Life Insurance in Hickman and viciniTho Union City Commercial pritits iu tne future to tho different church isiats aro driven along by tho forco of ty, nnd is Issuing the cheapest and best policy of any regular Life the great river at a forco of 4 or S miles a tolcmhly corroet history of Kdtnond choirs lie solicits French, the "muii negro," once n noted The next course of instruction will nn hour uud can inilict serious damage Insurance Company doing business in this country, Call and see him. character In this community, with tho commence Saturday, Jan. 21st, at it p. upon nnv vcmsel they may encounter. your patronage. tho children. Uols-rU- . J. W. Thomas, J O Harris, J. Oov. Ilraillcyluw taken n ton days' Si- CV,t.H J,..U ,,,r,,w. " I'.irham. W. furlough from olHce, nud the Lt Unv. ,' tHi'lowell, l C. McMullui, W. II. enior nets us Covernor dnriuir Ids ab.'MathLs, .1, II. Hunt. .... irnco. ximi.t. uovernor on "such oc oimIohs uinii.es hlniwlf writing pardons TO OUU IHISI.KSS ME.V. xhould govern thcimtelvoi ucconlliiKly, Tho congress of inntheni will meet rirrir jl'iiy. over llio Hurfaus of their Lake. Il In Washington til February. The coil H. O. Ambeiy, 11.1'. Or.on, 8.1'. takes n arent mind to conceived of fathers U Iu scmIoii there now ll..nry. n. O. Htnlilw. . N. lllni. J.IT P!"" greitt tirnjecta. Only a Bonaparte til" Miralrs of tho nation lomeslin. mi. hi .(. .i.... t . i. 1 ..' BlandltiK In the ahadow of the pyr!- -,. f S. nelt, foreman; A. 8tnbl. It, they Iih(1 n big white elephant on II. I'owett. J. V. Carver, O. II. Hub. their hands. They hud paid h W. M. Shaw, A. McDaulel. W. II. piece of property Hrown, Israel Clark, J. 11. Lnten, W. 1. large price for Felts. A.J. Kliklaud. C F. Dahnko over which they practiiHlly had and J, T. Fowler wero Impanelled llrst tin more control than over (he nir day and afterw anbl excused by tho court. or over the siiiibIiIiiii, Unit played J. ,. ity, liut they noon found out And as there arc many things which wc do not wish to inventory and curry over, wo arc making special inducements in every department, The Hickman Ptit.tlNO ax Loan Association lias been in operation eight year, utitl during that time lias loaned more than to cltSeni of Fulton county, the chiel part of which lias been used in building and securing homes for its members. Tliero ore several hundred citizens of Hickman, and throughout tho county, who arc, and have been, sharcown-cr- s, and each can bear witness to its sttccesslul management. It pays a reasonable proGt, is safe and sure deposit tor your savings, and it is a splendid Inducement to tho yottug- to cco.'iomiro and save up their money. It affords borrowers the opportttoity of paying by monthly installments, enables them to titif izc rents in paying for a home, and in six years accomplishes that re$100,000 -- . F; and offer E Greater Bargains than ever before. ... "?;:; rumi-mbc- r 7 pay investigate! " L. P. W. S. ELLISON. I a - iauuiiiuuiiuiauuuuuuiiuuuiauaiauauaiuiiiuuu over-fist, A-- Is-s- s con-diR- teriSsili&iitataAJ: 1 1 '3'r r 'n,l fe'of'tSa'i V- conn-trjth- o a otic:;, 'hair-Neithe- , fcftrtt - I 1m-n- u d c dif-finil- t, Foul-Dispatc- prin-iss-ti- te ft Clar-onr- e esti-iua- eutcrtain-it.oi.cu- i. e Una-wel- l, iWi-fomiin- 100,-00- 0 I I I jRilidjliLii har-mo- ESTATE cuthn-sia,.- n AND INSURANCE AGENT. t exception that his owners never lived in .Missouri, but nlwayH near Hickman, in Kentucky, hdinoud Is'lougisl to Mrs. French, tho mother of Mrs, Warren Hn was in thn service of Mr Up ui when uew members will bo to the class. A Uood udmit-to- d Assessment. , shtw wileThin trouble originated, A 0 It'i t J 4i destitute family, the husband and assembled Monday, to hoar causes mother qulto sick, and four children, where nssessmcutb had beeu raised, ero found ou the river bank Sunday t All tho their work Tuesday morning, iu a deplorably helpless seemed to bo well satisfied Who brought them Is not known, after the hearing Tho Hoard, before fuTho-DIiLINKATOfor but wo learn they have for some mouths adjoarniug decided by a unanimous mouths for I .(Ml. Don't miss habited n Hint lsi.it several uilltw up the tho assessment vote complimented river. Uoisl ciilrains took clrtrgo of Viios'H Hook Siokb. tliU clutiico Will You Do Mai'e by County Assessor Sanson, saythem, hccurcd a house, a physician, and ing mat it was quite equal to tho first It Is said that llio Tenimtsee Hlvr supplied their wauth. They yet uccd assessment of any former Assessor, nnd Packet Co. will put another Ismt In the hell). TnK President is to appoint a Kt. IxmU nud Memphis trado soon. much better than some His faithfulin Noonon, n daughter of ness tt as highly commended Commission to investigate condiMls Ina Tlinvimiiir fnllfs iinlnvnil n nlensnlit Mr Jo, Noouoii, who has been itftltctcd tions lu the l'hilippines, and it is party Monday night at the rcwldenco of with consumiitioii for several years, S i:iuIiiliuiiiK Diplnmit. lie on Troy q veil no. ilrs. Uertrudo ret believed hostilities can be avoiddied, Weilncwiuy niorniiig. Sho was n .VOiT" 1UPE FOR GOOD THE TIME IS Thls.weallier may not just suit yon, lovnblo young woman, but slucu her Mr KniCfrt King, undertaker, of Hick-ma- n ed nntll the Commission reports. bnt it's the new year and thn weather n'sldeiice Iu Hlckmuu her acquaintance having attended a regular courso man Is experimenting. He's tried all was llmiteil Isviiusuof heriiividld conla F.nibalmiug, in St. Louis, and receivdition. Her burial will occur at Fulton kinds lately. ed a dmloma, offers his services to tho 1899 must be n heller year than '98, no matter how Tho deoixwt synqMtliy gin-- out L L. KIIsO. i public Hob Tavlor, (ho last day to her uged and tsdoved father and famgood tho past year has been. In olllcc. pardoned 4! convicts iu tho ily iu their sad lieroatcmfut. Ilorefusisl toVanlou Col. I. niay King. Tho penny magariiie, New York, We've resolved to continue ono polioy at lonst which Ljkc wo pursued in 1808, that is, (o sell only trustworthy W. L. for Anicricu(2U loweut priced miiKaIno iu tM and t J.5 Donglns.s' M.00 Shoe Htri: which is tho cents a year.) which Is ownShix" for fi.W, ut fi.M, Shoes at tho fairest prices we could name. ed by Hon. Chauncey M UoPow, (ho fe NaVixi'h Slum Store. emluc-u-t PYRAMIDS! Americnn orator, wants a rep- nob Illauk. tho uegm who it to bu resontntivn in tins vicinity, it is a Reyontl any doubt, these nrc remarkable Shoe for That wo aro hanged at Mayileld. Ky,, iu Fcbriftrv. gtsxl opjHirt unity for one of our ant' the money. Kvcry pair Fresh, Now nnd is praying for Ills execution day tocotnn, bitious young men or women, Apnllca And wo might remark that tho man that won't buy our tlons should 1st addressed to The Sub Ho says ho has mi desiro to live, I)et).irtment, Thu Penny Mug Ilex Calf in 3.00 aud $3.50 Shoes, don't need Shoes Mrs. Ada Watson, of Mayllold. who scrlptlon very badly. lias been visiting her father, F.t, J, J. aino, New York City. HEADQUARTERS Jones, returned homo Wodncnday, Mr. J, O. Harris, tho chief promoter tuhxl by her brother, Judgo Jonus ot tho iiicKiuaii & '1 iptouvtllo litivcc Tho lady that wont buy our $2.00 aud ?2.50 Kid and ltailroad, is now in Nashvillo seek(leo. Stewart, tho groat teniiH'r-uncShoes is not very clever. Louis-latulo tder mid local option loader, is ing to obtain from tho Teums.seo for some iimimdmeiits to tliu charter. to make, several upecehi lit Fulton, Como iu aud Look nt theso Bargains. Don't lake in tho pcudtug luteal Option campaign. Hon H. T Tyler, of Hickmati. is nam our word for it. Somu ed as one of tho lucorisirutors. Mr. nnd Mrs.Tschndl Swayiio reach-c- d features of tho former charter was Hickman Tuesday from their bridal uiiconntltutloual, and Mr. liar-rL- s trip. They go'to keeping hounu at ouco hecks to liuyo the defect cured. Wo bice Hickut tho l'luutmer residence. Last umterHtnud that tho cutcrprlso is to bo man. pusheil with renewed vigor. THE PYRAMIDS arc ouo of the won. tiring vonr old Fnrnttnro to Onjit. (iriffey, of Hickman county, ders of tho world not for beauty Bteplieus it Smith for repairs, Lxpcrt is likely to Ik) tho next member of tlio or urt iu design but simply and workman, uud work douu with ueat-lies- s Lcglslaturofroni Hickman uud Fulton stdoly becauso thoy havo lasted so and despatch. couiitiiM, so tho Courier learns from long. Now Tho health department of St. Louis A minister Iu a neighboring towu knowing oiiim who keep posted iu such Tho county void havo voldoni ls;eii mutters, lly tho rule of "alternation" gives out tho following formula for tho was greatly auuoycd on Sundays by the reiu worse condition, and this is tho Hcsidcs, port from iliiTcrout parts of tho comity. it is llickmaii county's tinio. practical- grippe, which they say will lsi found women in-- his congregation turning This Furniture Store Sir. (Irilfoy, Ordinary travel is stopped, nud people in tlio last race, nomination, which was very effective If early treatment ls giv- round every tlmo any ono c.imo in, in ly, declined it of ours Ls only go when compelled, nt his Ist'k, iu favor of Fultou county. en : Phenacetlne, 40 gr j salolls, 20 gr j terrupting tho sermon. At lost he lilt Tho Hoird of Stewards will meet Wo also loom that ho is a very cotuiic-ten- t codeinao snlphato, 1 gr; extract nncli npou n plan fur stopping It. Tho next Like the Pyramids! in regular sesdon nt tho M. K. Church and worthy geittleiuau. vomica, 1 gr. Make up In lllciiiMiiles. tlmo ho preached ho gavo out this nonext WoJiuvMbty night after prayer A colored dobatiug society down lu Dr. Otto Snttor, of tice! "In order that no ouo need turn meeting. All thn members uro nsiuest-c- Georgia had this weighty subject N'ot becanso it has lasted so long, but uuderi tho city hospital, says that tho grippe in nrnniul, I will cull out the names qt &c. to Is) prosout. J. K. FugiJA, Prest. becauso it Ls firm uud solid, and discussion the other night I "Which Is i un ucuto stage is daugeroiLS, uud warns person or persons comiug In during the mv wo expect It will lust pretty nearAnderson, il ntiwt Mr. Kettncth mo mivsi useiui, inu sun or inu iiiodiu victims, no matter how tho ailment ef i "Dear ly as long. Wo try to Ihi perfectyoung man, luu been employed After considerablo wrangling on lsith fects them, tobo careful not to expose sermon," llo then commencedJiicoIh and ly beloved brethren Farmer ly honest lit every way, us clerk lit tho Hickman post otllco, and KldM, during which thoy wivxed warm themselves to the cold. Persons olfeot. wife soventh chapter second verse of IF YOU havo a furniture need and will will prove (Kipular In thu pmltlou. Mr, uud elixiueut, tho judge, an old negro od mo liable to contract pneumonia, ho Mrs. Urown uud baby St. John where come to. us, wo will do our best Findloy Haudluwhohict served tho pub- noted for his wisdom, promptly decided says. Watery eyes, severe or dull It says Mr. uttd Mrs, Smith with a new in for you. nmifi! lic so faithfully ami competently in tho Hint thu moon was tho most useful, "it headache, pains in Kick ,niid Uiuiiet on." Hero ho discovered hi & in, now goes Into llio furultnro shiucd at night when do people needed limlis, sneezing, coughing or fever, mistake and was going to correct him-- ' titoro, having won promotion by capac- light, while do mm ho only shlnod m Headaoho uud fever are the principal It was too Jato all tho women ; Smith, but Stephens ity and iMlclwuv. .mention to duly, daytlhic whu dvy could do without it." symptom. In the houso had turned. irti:Jc:iH't'K. Q con-ditlo- j jq g I The County Tax Supervisors who com-plet-- coini-iainant- I What The houselwats, while smaller, uroeveu worie. Their small rudders uro valno-lohnnd tho skipper of ono ot thcin has letvs control over his craft thnn a rider has over a runaway horse. Thoy caunot Kit ont of tho way of nnvthing, nnd tho boat desirous of avoiding n col lision with them must dodgo nround them. Tho Ohio river contributes tho largest number, while many float down from tho upper part of tho Missouri, Mississippi and Arkansas. Tho occupants nro generally very poor, nnd hav-lui- r tiothittff at homo, drift down tho riv er, hoimifl to better themsolvcs In somo way. s, HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS. TOM DILLON. ( St., Prop'r. flacfMtor to D. C, IUmig( dtcM,) Marble and Granite Monuments '99 11WB1 WHEN BTONE WORK of all Kinds, IRON FENCING, &c, &0, liESO-LUTIOX- Sl Hiokmnv TSLy. s Kx.-Oo- Don't , VOTT WANT Queenswaro, the Forget Groceries, Hardware, and Fresh Meats, go to e. p o Ls, worn i Chill Tonics, Cough Syrups, Toilet Articles, JFLoer's. We Want 1m Patraag I TLjt&dLfoirdL db AND ARE GOING TO Lowney's Candies, Lead and Oil, Window Glass, 5$3 MU PRICKS TO GOT IT. - d IF YOU WANT CLOSE, OAS1I PRICES ON Stoves, Tinware and Groceries poRt-olllc- & &. Ilioll No. 7. 5. SHAW'S. f , " CALL JilS HICKMAN. K . SKtj' mL, ''jfljAyfryyys'. -- : L .r;V.,,j. ,. ,y.,, ...,-j- - , ,. ...' . JWS ViH Tj ? lx it 7.'hLVf .;M.j.rtWWiFfVW. ij: -- tfwwuwwBu P.;wgsww St-Jl- a- 1- yflisjrjxj vim jk r ji .,, r V CoumIiib through the voltis.fecds.iioiirlslirs ami sustains nil the onraus, ncrres, imiself s ami Unties of the liody. Hood's Smaiii , t Ilia mivltes warm, rii-lijjyro Wood. It Is .Uhe bovt mcdlcino you enn tnWe In winter It tone, invigorates, strengthens anil fortl body, preventing cold, Acs tho wholo f overs, pneumonia and till K' Ip. Warm Blood A NOBLE WOMANHOOD. an Dr. Tfllrange Draws Lessons from Unnnmed Bible Character. HOOd'SrMla II Ar.ierlc.Vt Oreateit Medicine Price II Co. Lowell, Mass. Prfpstnl by G I. Hood tnnllli Set I'orth Tlie Iter llnnit 011 tlir stmltlr The tlrent- iirsa of C'lirUtlnn flmr- riclrrlstlos. Sciiplure charnctcr vtliose name Is not glen becomes the subject of Dr. rnlmnge's sermon, In which he sets forth the qualities of Bd and noble Momatiliood; toakt, 11 Kings 4:9, "Hllahn patsed to Sbunem, uhcrc wns ft great A i"l "Hd'sTpilTeTcurti Mck Headache S.V, THE WEAKER VESSEL. Adroit Tncrflen of n Silver Agent Who Anllclpaled - 1 u :fc W V Moniaii." The hotel ol our time had no counter part In anj entertainment of olden Clillt)- - Itrceptlon. time. The"ost majority of travelers "ThU's another artnt," said Mr;. Waplei must then be entertained at prhntc as he heard the bell tins. Now, J m going abode. IK'ie comes HlUha, n servant to open the door in self 'and ive him J of the Lord, or a I)ilnc tnllon,aiHl lie frcrto-ou- t he'll remember. A balconj orlook She went to the door With a stony look must Hud shelter. of determination on her face, and ronfront Ing the alle, of Ksdraeon it olTereU y ed a man carrjing a satchel, and lxfore he him In n prlatc house, and it ii ell, had time to speak she snapivd out: fiirnUliril for his- occupancy a v li.it do) ou want!" Tor the fitt time In his expirience that chair to lt on, a (able from wli'ch to agent lost hi rue. lie had intended to aik eat, a candlestick by uhich to read nml her if her eldest niter was at heme, and n bed on which to slumber, the holc vvss rrady to address her as "Jly dear young belonging lo a great and ladv," that being bit formula for any woman tfitnblUlimeut Her husband, It leems, under 50, but one look into that frorcn coun- good woman. tenance made him forget his own name. He was. a godly man, but he was entirely and they took the b) bl wife'a excellences, rata hit eyes on blackdoormat,reposing there, tabby gray and in just as uow ,ou sometimes llnd in a lie was saved. "Hesutiful cat!" he murmured, stooping household the wife the center of dlgto caress U. "Markrd like a tiger. Never lulty aud Influence and power, not by saw one just like it!" nnv ftTrflfrnnpp nr iiresumntlon., but b ..j ...D..... .. ,. "You did not call to see the cat, did youT ' superior Intellect and force of moral asked Mrs. V in a petrified voice. M "My dear ladv. 1 did not know that jou nature wielding domestic affairs nnd at had a rat, much less such n magnificent the same time stipcnlslng all financial . feline specimen a thatl May I askitsageJ" business nlTnlrs. The wife's lur.d on gave the first sign of a thaw. Mrs. "I tlifnk Marc is three jear old now; he the shuttle, or the b.mklttg house, or the worldly business. was a Kitten when he came to us. "Oh, have you his pedigree?" You see hundred of men who arc "No, Indeed, he It only an ordinary cat. onl because there Is a reason at We love him for his gentleness and because home why thej arc successful. If a limn vc raised him." "Noble creature! Beautiful cat! Hxcuse marri a pood, honest soul, he makes hi me, hut you have a treasure there, and he fort line. If he marrj n fool, the Lord should have a historic pedigree," and he him! The wife may be the silent smoothed down the old doorstep loaler and help partntr In the firm, there maj be only I'said he reminded him of his home faraway tn Maine. iuncullue oIces down en exchange, Then he sold Mrs. Wapleo four bottles of a but there oftentimes conies from the new kind of silver polish, and asked her perInmission to call some day with a kodak to home circle n potential and elevating lake a picture of the beautiful cat, and she fluence. This woman of my text wus 'has been heard to say that the freerine-ou- t the superior of her hubnnd. He as for process waa a dead failure .Chicago Times. as I can understand, wns what we often Herald. ice lu our day, a man of Inige fortune A Ilettrr Thin. and only a modicum of brain, intensely "Vo, tab, it wasn't no fault of mine dat quiet, sitting a long while In the same I quit runnin' a sleepin' cah," explained the place, wiliout moing hand or foot; if ex porter when asked how he came to lose his job. "Dcy jest went to worjv and made jou say "ye," responding "Yes;" if a Mistake." jou say "No," responding "No" inane, "What sort of a mistake!" cjes half sliul, mouth wide open, main1 got my silk hat "Why, one day when T Ids position In society ot.ly beand dimun pin and lavender trousers on to taining a large patrimony. Hut go into Chit-agin good stjle dev took me cause he has his wife, my text siijs, was a great . fur dc president of the road, and de dun got jealous about it and bounced woman. Her name has- not come down ,, me off. Iteckon it wis a good thing fur me, to us. She belonged to that collection though." who name to "nu hit another job!" to hein' a preach- of people them. nicd no would titledisof What tinguish "I did, sah. I jest went . er, and 'jt found out dat de pulpit lavs way duchess pr princess or queen what a sleepin' cah fur showin' off dimuns 'over would ctculcheou or gleaming diadem ,!i , and stoh clothes. In dc one place you's hein' be to this woman of my who. by . sawn all de time; in de odder, jou'a only sawn when you's makin' up de beds or her intelligence and her behaiior, chal" brcshin' somebody's back'" Boston Globe. lenges the tidmlrntlon of all ages? Long after the brilliant women of the court !corjrlc' Itnlsr. of Louis XV. have been forgotten, and There arc several children in the family, the brilliant women cf the court of ;,., and they were talking of theirgarden. "I am going tn plant the seeds Uncle Spain haxebeen forgotten, and the bril', ' John gave ine," said one, "and raise the liant woman who-saon the throne of most beautiful flowers." lius-aihave been forgotten, some "I am going to raise pinks and violets," grandfather wil' put on hi spcc'aclcs '" said another. ".And I'm going to raise tube roses," said nud. holding I he book the other side the the third. light, read to his grandchildren the Jlut the little boy svM nothing. fctorj of thlx great woman of Sbunem He had no seed to plant. and courteous and Anl presently his mother noticed that who was so kind good prophet Klishi. he took no part in the chatter, and her Christian to the Yes, she was a great woman. heart smote her. "And what is Crorzie coino to raise!" In the first place, she was great In her she csked. hospitalities. Unchlllcil and barbarPerhaps Gcorgie's lip trembled, but his ous nations Iiaie thM'sIrtue. .fupller Voice didn't. "0," he said, stoutly, "I guess I can had the surname of the Hospitable, anil -- rafe a worm or two.' Cleveland Plain he was said especially to aenge the Dealer. wrongs of hlrangers. Homer extolled "limptojer (irascibly) "Confound that it In his terse. The Arabs are punctiliHe's around when ous on this subject, and among some of Cboyl Clerk neverthink it must be he is hereditary "f their tribes it is not until the ninth da with him, sir. His fathe- - is a policemaa." of tarr.tfafr that the occupant has a uoldcn Days. right to uk his guest: "Who and the first time one whemc nit thou?" If Ibis irtue Is so On visiting Niagara Is apt tn carry away a falls impression. honored among barbarians, how nugbt sllarlcm Life. it to be honored among those of us who , t, Hereafter we shall be able to show our bvlleie In the Hlble. which commands teeth without having Kurope act as if we us to use hospitality one toward anhad j jst rut them. 1 own Topics. grudging? other Of course, do not mean under this TWO GRATEFUL WOMEN cout to phe anj idea that Inpptoveof that tagrant class who go around from their whole lifeItostorod to Health by Lydla E. place to place, rangingthe auspices of time perhaps under Pinkham's Vogotablo Compound. tome beijevoleust or philanthropic quartering themsches on ChrisWork." "Can Ia My tian families with a great pile of trunks in the hull and carpetbag portentous of Mnv. Patrick Daskiiv, tarrjln. There is many a country West Winsted, Conn., writes: parsonage that looks out weekbj week "I)eaii Mns. Piskham: It is with upon the ominous urrhul of wagon pleasure that I write to you of tho w 1th creaklrig wheel and lank horse and benefit I hn.ro derived from using your il'taplduted driver, come under the auswonderful Vegetable Compound. I v as pices of some charitable institution to very ill, suffered with female weakspend a few weeks nud canvass the ness and displacement of the womb. neighborhood. Let no such religions "Icouldnotsleepat night, had to walk trumps take advantage of this beautithe floor, I suffered so with pain in my ful lrlue of Christian hospitallt). Not trotlj .aide and small of my hack. Waswould- so much the sumptuoiiMies- - of ,our with bloating, and t times diet and the regality of jour abode will faint away; had a terrible pain in my impress the friend or the stranger that heart, nbad tat, to in my mouth all the steps across jour threshold as the time and would vomit; butnow, thanks warmth of our greeting, the to Mrs. Plnkhittn and her Vegfetablo of jour icceptlon, the iciteia-flo- n Compound, I feel well and sleep well, b grasp and by look and b) n can do my work without feeling tjred; thousand attentions, iusigulflcant atdo not bloat or have any trouble tentions, of jour earnestness of welwhatever. come. There will be high appreciation "I sincerely thank you for the good of your welcome though jou have nothadviccyougavcmc and for what your ing but the brazen candlestick and the medicine has done for me." plain iliulr to offer Hlltha when he comes to Sbunem. Most beautiful It si. "Cunnot l'rtsa It L'nongh." this grace of hospitalitj when shown In the house of (iod, 1 am thankful that Miss OzKTir. Du.vki.v, 1 hmcalunjs been pastor of churches VrauUln, Kcb., writes: where strangers are welcome, llul 1 " I Buffered for Mme tlmo with pain- hne entered churches where there was ful and irregular menstruation, falling no hospitality. A stranger would stand of tho womb and pain In tho back. I in the .vestibule for awhile nud theu make a pilgrimage up the long aisle. tried physicians, but found no relief. " I was at last persuaded to try Lydla No door opeiud to him until, Mushed and c,elted and embarrassed, he startU, Plnkhain'a Vegetable Compound, nnd cannot praise it enough for what ed beck again, and coming to some half It has dono for rac. I feel liko u new lllk'd pew with apologetic air entered , person, and would not part with your it, while the occupant glared on him lo say: medicine. I have recommended It to with a look which scented "Well, If I mutt, I must." Away with several of ray friends." from the such nccurtul Indecency house of God! Let evrrj church Hint would maintain large Christian Influence in community culture Sabbath by (t Sabbath this beautiful grace of Chrisespe-ilnlloert-badoe1 1. sue-rtssfpresi-""dey, lollh ' tet, t a , f&-- 1 glorious Christian hospitality! Again, this woman of my te.t wns great in her kindness toward lloa'a messenger, l'.lisha may have been a stranger in Hint household, bin as the found out lie had come on n Divine mission he was cordially welcomed. We have n great inimy books In our the haidshlps of ministers mid the trials of Christian ministers. 1 wish aotnebody would write a book about the jojs of the Christian minister, about the sympathies all nround him, nbout the Kindness, nbout the gcuial consideration of him. Doc sorrow come to our home, and is there a shadow on the cradle, there are hundreds of hands to help, nnd many who weury not through the night watching, nnd hundreds of prayers going up that God would restore the sick. Is there a burning, brimming cup of cnlnmlty placed on the pastor's table? Are there not many to help him drink of that cup, nnd who will not l.c comforted because he it stricken? Oh, for somebody to write a book about the rewaidsof the Christian ministry nbout his surroundings of Christian rynipathj I This woman of the text was only a tjpe of thousands of men nnd women who come down from mansion nnd from cot to do kindness to the Lord's servant's. I could tell jou of something that you might think n romance. from Nov A young man graduated Ilrunswlck theological simlnnrj was colled to a tillage church. He hnd not the menus to furnish the pnrsonnge. After three or four weeks of preaching a committee of the ofliccrs of the church waited on him nud told him he looked tired and thought he hnd better take n vacation of n few dajs. The joung pastor took it as nn Intimation that his work was done or not acceptable. He took the vacation, and at the end of n few days came back, when an old elder said: "There is the key of the parsonage. We have been cleaning it up. You had better go up and look at it." So the young pastor took the Li j went up to the parsonage, opened the door, nnd lo! it was carpeted, and there was n hatrack all ready for the canes and umbrellas nud the overcoats, and on the left hand of the hall was the parlor, sofaed, chaired, pictured. He passed on to the other side of the hall, and there was the study table in the center of the floor with stationery upon it, bookshelves built, longrnugesof new volumes, far beyond the reach of the means of the joung pastor tnnnj- - of these" volumes. The joung pastor went upstalis and found nil the sltcping apartments furnished, came tlow nstalrs and entered the pantry, nnd there were the spices and the coffees nnd the sugars, and the groceries for six months. He went down into the cellar, nud there was the coal for the coming winter. He went Into the dining hall, and there wns the table already set the glass and the silver ware. He went Into the kitchen, aud there wer: all the cullnarj Implements nnd a great stove. The joung pastor lifted one lid of the stove nnd he found the fuel all rendj for ignition. Putting back thecoverof the stove, he saw in another part of it a luclfer match, and all that joung mnn had to do in starting to keep house was to strike the match. You tell me that is apocrjphal. Oh. no! that was mj-- own experience. Oh, the kindness, the enlarged sjmpathtes sometimes closuring around those who enter the tlospel ministry. I suppose the man ufShuiiem hail to pay the bills, but It wus flic Christian woman of Shunem that looked nftcr the Lord's messenger. Again, this woman of the text was great In her behavior under trouble. Her only son had died on her lap. A very bright light went out in that The sacred writer puts It household. very tersely when he snys: "He sat on her knee until noon and then he died." Yet the writer goes on to say that ."he exclaimed: "It Is vvclll" Great In pros perlty. this woman was great in trouble. Where are the feet that have not been blistered on the hot sands of this great Sahara? Where are the soldiers that have not bent under the burden of grief? Where Is the ship sailing over glassj sen I hat has not after awhile been caught In n ej clone? Where Is the garden of earthly comfort but trouble hath hitched up Its tlerj and panting team and gone throiigh.lt with burning plowshare of disaster? Under the pelting of ages of suffering the great heart of the world has burst with woe. X.iAigalors tell us about the rivers, and the Am.i70n and the Danube dnj-nbolarge-hearted course the strnn-g'e- r tnrrlcd lu the room, and the old hunter took hold of the horns of the Jiltnrnnd brought down the blesslngof Cod upon his household nnd upon the stranger within their gates. Itude hut ly obliged to jou." 0 '" There bus been many a mother Indefatigable toil has icnred '"He f ' family of children, equipping tl the duties of life with good im nnd large Intelligence and Chi "" principle, starting them out, who 1" done moie for the world than iranv a "' through ihe centuries. 1 reim u'l" ' when Kosuth was In thlscountiv ,ll,r'J were some inuies wuo got liouoin"" imputations by presenting liltu vri.v grncefullj with bouquets of flown on public occasion. Hut what wasa thai compared with the platn Huifiiai) i'i'a mother who gave to truth and tlou and the enuse of universal iitj Yes, this woman of mj n Kosuth? Wlun text was great In hcrslmpllchj this prophet wanted to reward '.'r for her hopltalltj by asking some ment from the king, what did si .n She declined it. She said: "1 ii"ell among mj own people," as mm li a to saj: "1 am satisfied - with my Kt Ml 1 want Is my famllj- aud my 'neid nround me, 1 dwell among n o'i ' woman whose name has so '"'"I u'' people." Oh, whut a tcbuke to the ttr fe fur precedence In all ogesi How manj there ate who want to get great arclii-- lecture and homes furnished w'h all art, all painting, all statuary, wl 'hate - not enouuh taste to dlstlnguLs between Gothic nnd lljititlne, m who could not tell a figure in plattrrVparis from Palmer's "White Captive" and would not know a boy's pcnclli tic from lllerstndt's "Yosemlte." Men vi.jbuy r large libraries by the square fqc these llbrnrles when the'v liav scarcely enough education to t k out the day cf the month in the'.'Aiwnacl Oh, how ninny there are strtvW to have things ns well as tbeit neighbors or better than their ne r lit- ". ib.i li the struggle vast tor'tui cs m exl utt- rdaud business firms throw I to ank ruplcy nnd men of leput hcl esty Of rush Into astouuding forp Illl uent course I saj nothing ngilni or culture. Splendor cf aboil .in ptu ousness of diet, lavlshuc- - h ,rl, teat ag Inst nesln opparel. there .s not! them in the lliblc nr out ot ''el ible. God does not want us to pn'er nud hovel to HnglUh cottuge. or mitai ntd sheepskin to French liroadi oth, or husks lo pineapple, or the olun m sof a boor to the manners of a gi tie: lan. (iod, who strung Hit beach w 'lit. ited shell, aud Ihe grass of the t'uld ftlth Ihe dew of the night, and lath exquisitely tinged morning cloud Jnnd robin redbreast, wants us to keepjour eje open to all beautiful sights, lantl our ear open to nil beautiful i ultjces, nnd our heart open to nil elev itingjsen-tlmentbuy-liui t J Hut what I want to imprxs iipou mj hearers, Is that jou i.ghtjnot to Inventorj the luxuries of b'e among the Indlspensables, nud you oiigLt not to depreciate this woman uf lie est, who, when olTeied kinglv pr. ferment, respondctl: "I dwell nniong my owi people." Yen, this woman of the text was great in her pletj. Just teadthe chapter after jou go home, laith la God, and she was not ashnmr.l to talk about it before Idolaters. Ah woman will never appreciate what si owes. to Chrlstiauitv until she knotvs nnd sees the degradation of her se under paganism nnd Mohammedanism. Her jou, verv mi the Infor-iraln- y V - poetry and sculpture, In their attempt to sketch it and describe if, have seemed - sweat great drops of blood. Hut, thank God, there are those who can ctnquer ns this woman of the text conquered and say: "It Is well, though my property be gone, though my children be gone, though my home be broken tip, though my health be sacrificed, it Is well, it Is well!" There Is no storm on the sen but Christ Is ready to rise In the hinder pnrt of the ship and hush it. There is no darkness but the constellation of God's eternal love can Illumine it, nud, though the winter comes out of tian hospitality. the northern slty, you have sometimes A gV)d man traveling In the fur west C.ilCARETi do all claimed I for hw ADd are a truly nonilorfut aiMliclne. btreofuo in tht' wilderness was overtaken by seen that northern sky all ablaze with wUUed lot a taedkluo ieainiii to Uke and at Utl : "Come up hare foiiDd ll tn L'atireu hlnre Uklna tbfm. 107 night Hiid storm, aud he put In at a auroras which teem to saj-UNnxJ tias ten pti rifled and my oomplf ilun bit 1m this way; up this nay are thrones of 7 cabin, lie saw firearms along the beams pro? f j ionarfullr and I ftrl mucli tciur lDTcry way. iia. pa ixix n tiLhA ks. ijurelJ, 1 eon. of the cabin, nud he felt nhirmed. He light and seasof sapphire nnd the splendid not Know but that he hud fallen dor of nn eternal heaven. Come up this CANDY Into n den of thieves. He sat there way." CATHARTIC greatly perturbed. After awhile the We may. like ships, by tempest be tossed man of the house came borne with u gun On perilous deeps, hut cannot be lost. on hit shoulder and set It down in n ThouRh Satan enrage tho wind and the tide, protkaoi sunn steoiaTtaso' corner. The stranger was still more The promise assures us the Lord will vide. olurmed. After awhile the inun of the Again, this woman of my text was house whispered with his wife, and the stranger thought his destruction wus great In her application to domestic IMeaknnt. Pslstabls. Tatent. Tstls (l(Vtd. Do being planned. Then the mnn of the duties. Hvery picture is a home picOood.NererrBlckan. Weskco.or Gripe. lOc.rw UK. ture, whether she is entertaining au house came forward and said to th ... uuss uunaiiraiiun, ... IkkiK, ..lrl. Sorll.f K. rrk. Sit ttrangen "Stranger, we are a rough L'llsbu or whether she is giving careful sick boy or w bet her she work attention to Soldaml snsranirxl br lln.Tn.Rlri Kins ui ri'KKTclisecg alldrnf nnd rude people out hrc, nnd we living It appealing' her the restoration of her IIU'IU'BAW ItslU for hard for n living. We moke our by hunting, and when we come to the property, livery picture In her case is nightfall we are tired and we (ire opt to one of domesticity. Those are not disIIKAliKIH OK THIS I'.U'KH go to bed early, and before retiring we ciples of the ShunemUe woman who, DIMIIIIKtl TO llt'Y ANVTIIISO are always In the htihlt of rending a going out to nt lend to outside chariADVkHTliKli )H I I'M ttll.l M.Nii J. eliapti e from thr. Word of Hod unit ties, neglect (he duty of home the rlloLl.lt ISbIbT I IUVIM! mother, of daughter. WIUT1IIKY ASK lOlt. KKM.SINU mukltf prayer. If you don't lll.r tueh tint j of wife, of In public benefaction .A.U, efUBTITUTW OU IMITAIIO.Na things, II you will Just stt-j- oulslde tl.t Nn fntihfiilueJkt get through, I'll lie tfreat- - can mr flton for dointittc negligence. door until Mississippi have lit en explored, but who ran tell the depth or the length of the great river of sorrow, made up of tears aud blood, rolling through nil lands and all ages, bearing the wreck c' families and of communities and of empires, foaming, writhing, boiling with the agonies of 0,000 years? Ktna, Co'opaxl and Vesuvius have been described, but who ever has sketched the volcano of suffering retching up from I' depths the lava and scoria and pouring them down the sides to whelm nations Oh, if I could gather all the heartstrings, the broken heartstrings, Into a harp, I would play on It n dirge such Mj Otologists as was never sounded! I ell us of gorgon and centaur nnd Titnn nnd geologists tejl us of extinct species of monsters, but greater than gorgon or megatherium nnd not belonging to the realm of fable and not of an extinct species, a monster with nn Iran jaw and a hundred Iron hoofs has walked across the nations, and history and Sold like cattle on the shambles. Slave of all work, and, at last, hi r body-fue- l for the funeral pyre of hfr husband. Above the shriek of the flrewor- - uniform shipersin India. and above the rumbling form in composition, single ears from of the juggernauts, I bear the million the same field show wide variations. voiced groan of wronged. lMultttl, The variation in the proximate combroVen-liearteytinau. position of .V) different rurs uf Iturr's tier lear have fallen fn Ihe M''antt wh'lte ecru grown from the purest seed Tigris, the La Plata, and on the sir pcs aud under verj uniform Ilcltl conditions of Tartary. She has been dlshijr red was as follows: in Turkish garden and Persian W ice Carlwlij-nnd Spanish Alhambrn. Herllttk ne Ash. Protein. Pat. tlrnles. 79 ; 1X.H (H Maximum have been sacrificed in the Indu vnd Minimum .... . .1 w Ganges. There is not a groat the 6 ST C.U 0 Difference dungeon, or nn islnml, or a mom ain bull tell a storv of the outrages heaptd ipor. LOADING DRESSED HOGS. her. Hut, thanks lo God. thNglr cum Vlpnns of V IiIpIi IIip Car. Christianity come forth, and a tl A llriler Is llniullpil vvllli AIiiiksI rhalns of this vassalage are snc;pd eii tr .V. I. mini:. nnd the rises from Ignomlnj- - to sphere and becomes the nITecti' i' daughter, the gentle wife, thehn-nrt- ' Oue of the chief outdoor dilllcultles mother, the useful Christian. ('' if at butchering Mine Is the loading of Christianity has done o much for m heavj dressed hogs Intended for mar an. suiely woman will become Hi not Let. Frequently this Is done by one ardent advocate and its subllmest r tn man, aided bj the women of the housepllfleation. hold, and It Is usually productive of much urrvouoness and some Irritn-bilitSTOOD GUARD TWO WEEKS. All this may be remedied iu the following wnj-- : Make and keep from one season tonn-othWlarnimln Hiiic n Prisoner, Hut tni o large tripod by jo'nlng nt the Tlml llr Him Tnif Sport- Inn llliioil. top three stout poles, c. 13 feet long. Keep the upper ends of the poles from Hben Southwick, a farmer of Sijuvs splitting bj means of Irou bands The Creek, Wis., while out rabbit liinnig lower ends arc sharpened to a point. two weeks ago lost a valuable dog. he last he saw of the animal he mt dowu-trodden 1 birth considered a misfortune CJcrninnr nml Asln .Minor. inevitable that Asia Minorilull Ihe possessiun of imss The Clllirii (iris llm. iiiedaiiiMit, from whether (letnunyMoham aeeoin and Is tnillilipil In Ills Intprcnllia plishes the tusk or nut, Ihe Sultan must ) irld Willi Hi UiibIIsIi. Christian nation. It isjiut as Inevitable tua that disease of the digestive organs must vlrld to Hosteller's Sltiinaeh Hitters The William Waldorf Astot, the expatriate! American millionaire, who noir resides in disorders of this kind are usually called dyvv tiepsia, eonstipation and bllioutiirss. 'Die London, la the subject of a lenithv biograph litters are cmially good for all such com ical sketch In a publication issued in the llritish capital. Incidental to thn plaints regardless of the name. sketch It U I elated how the ilucluss of THE CORN KERNEL. Cleveland Kently set liim down on one occa.Snnllnrr Nnfea. sion. When his grand estate ollleet on the "It seems to me, doctor, that your prices t CliPinUtrs KsiilnliiPit III n MiHIr- - Thiuies embankment were finished lie cave are rather steep." Itu IkkiipiI lir ' Illinois l!v- a magnificent lumiuet tua number of swells. "Well, ou must hear in mind that it is Show ine one of the staircases In the building not my own health for which I am tunning lirrlincnt Million. to th duchess, Mr. Ator is aliened to have a sanitarium," -I- ndianapolis Journal, atkrdt lliilli-tl.VI of the Illinois Hxtieri- I. "ln't that handsome, your grace?" lit hit ment station treats of the chemistry of "es,t itIt certainly is," lepbed the duchess. Vrri- Kniisii llnlpsTrans tlie Missouri, A llnllvvns. "Imi more so than any other staircase part It sajs: the coin Kernel. In Semi monthly excursions to the southmenus Ihe porn kernel you ever saw !" Mr Ator it reported to west. The greatest opportunity to visit lti hsve persisted. Hmpiie state un lias been separated into four ditTeicnt At this the duchess' luck vei) naturally Teias, the as to resuurtes of the I nion, and paralleled and proilurts These mav be tlrslL'tuitcd (sec sol up. with an atea exceeding all the Kattern and "Ye," the said, itrnlly, "I admite it very Middle Slates. 'Ihe statistical reports of cut) ns a, Ihe coal, or hull, of the ker nel; b, the hard glutrnoiis lujcr un- much. It is much liner than our old stair-rar- proilurts, as compiled by the comniissmnt r Hattlr abbr), which has brenspoilnl derneath the hull much thicker nt the theseat'.1W or 3UU jears by the spurs of those of Teist, liidiivite this section as having the greatest HHsiblr advantage in Its mild and sides than nt the crown: e. the chit, or stupid old knights." and in llittle abbe) is ptobably the erandrst old eipuble climate its sod. the variety and pro germ, nud d, the starchy innttrr con ductivt-nrsof For further inforor tlic kernel. plate in Kngland and com pi red with Clive- mation, drscrtptive pamphlets and dates of stituting the chief body den, Mr I'Iip oi'i-n- i Is nbout 12 tier rent, of the luttlethip Aster's rotinlrj house, it like a eiiumous, apply to II. Howshcr, Dilt. P. to a torpedo boat kernel, but It contains nearly twice n Another story with a similar point it re- A., Cincinnati, O. miiph mltit-- i ui matter and three or font lated in the same sketch. Mr Astor, it is I'oollsli, Imlreil. in admiration of tunes ns much oil ns all uf tlie rest o( averred, was livt lawn at Cliveden the duke of Westminster's Ths Ilelle A man looks awfully foolish when he the kernel. The genu Is also rich In first saw it and, it is said, asked the gar- when he's proposing. protein, but Hie chief part of that con- dener The Hcrutlict- - Ves. and they date to talk aliout "apiearanres bemj deceptive." N "I low do you (trow turf like that!" stituent is contained in the gluteuoits "Well, thecanlenrr, his Y. Journal. lajer. The hulls and starchy portiou ehin ami sir," ss.) very innocent,rubbingjest looking "jou of the kernel consists largeiy of car sows jer seed and then 'as it rolled every To t'nrr n Cold In One tin? day for 100 j ears ot so, sir." -- Chicago Chron- Take Luativc Ilrotno Quinine Tablet.. A), icle. druggists refund money if it falls to cure. "Zc. Dcnfiipss L'uniiiil Up Curril Well, anj how, the man at the foot of the l.y kcat applications, as tbry cannot reach the dlcat-- iHirtlou of the , ear. Their is ladder doesn't hivr to worry about falling i!e.i(m-Moff.- -U A. W llutletln. nnd thai is only one way to euie DeafncM n tiiniilirs. by coiifttilulioiuil I lielleve Piso's (,'ura for Consumption taused by an inll.ilmil condition of the mil Tulip. When sated my.lmy'a life Issl suiniuer. Mrs. Albe Ihe linn liuiiiK uf uitlaiiiptl Mich.. Oct. 'M, 1M. tins lube tuts jou have a rtiml'lutu Douglass, t hearing, and whrn it is sound or lnl entirely closed ilcnfuoM Is the money vou may lose your If you lend vour unless the Inllaiim.atioii tan lip taken out fnetid--blie is generally cheap at the l and this lulc ieturcd to its normal price. Town Topics. hearing will I drstrovrd forever, ion, mnp tases out of ten are caused b) catarrh, Sprain. Hood, Iletter, 1UJ. Woise, nhuli is nothing but an iiillamcd condition llrsl lleinrtly -- Worst M. Jacobs Oil. of the lnatrius surface. Wc will give One lluudrnl IXdlarsforany You rnit alwavs rrt at J rents a ease of Dcafnrts (caused by ratarth) that cannot Ik cured bv Hall's Otlarih Cure. doiru. tSolden Dajs. Send for ciirutais, ?ree. (Into work en IaunUsge as if you intended F J ChenpyACo.,Totrdo,0. Sold bv Druggists, 75c le cute it. Use St. Jacobs Oil. Hall's rnmily Pill re the l.cst. The mtsre worthies the man, the better o t'sr ui All. CHUMISTIIT OP A CO P.N KKItNKU his health. -- Atchison Ulpbe. is awfully water this jear," "Mil!etoe Deep as is the Sciatic nerve, St Jacobs bohjdrate bodies, the former contain- she aid. "I'm afraid ma won't be able to Oil will penttrair and cute Sviatita ing a considerable amount In the form getaav." "Wh4t's the use!" he asked. of fibrous mutter. You can't preserve happiness in "family sounds whleh foithwith ensued And In the manufacture of starch or glu- Indicatedthe that it was absolutely useless. W llulletm rs." U cose sugar from corn these different Philadelphia North American. are separated much more parls xx&c2-tfrPs-y I.nolia Like llnln. than it is possible to do bj hand. the "it lacks like rain today," ssld reghulls, "glulen." aud The milkman, as he dumped the affable germs, separate or mixed, nie sold as ular quart into the pitcher. tl. .lu.... .1... ' aul lli, urnmin. anil food stuffs under such names us "gluten the milk man drove oil wondering why feed," "germ menl, etc. people take such gleemy views of Hy chemical mialvsU the average seme thing. Kejstene. thoui?.nd of them, mc 4uf. prolumtc composition of corn lias ever) fcriniJ From lingering du- Information. becu found to be as follows: Carlwhv calc induced by lift in Jamir l'j, what is "Ipse majeste?" 12 Ah. Protein Pat urates Pa -- That's the Ijlin way of railing a V poisonous iouthctn campt, H 11 1 blamed Percent crowned head ot ch&ngca of K the DilTeicnt varieties of com huvc been Leader. . climate, or of imperfect found to varj greatly In composition fnprrlnllv p. bv im- nutrition from the ubove. Pltchlg. a German inen oner And bxdlv rooked It i nat the best man at a wedding who 13 different varieties vestigator, found gets a better half. N. O. 1'ioajune. food Slttping on the fjtound of corn grown under uniform condihds doubtlm dcvclopvd If we make the most of opportunities options to show the following vailations mMiim in hundreds, portunities will make the most of us. L. A. In compositions: weic Diedisoostd to Carbohv- - W. llulletm. r Ash. ProteJn. l'at drutps. ine ais.co.ic . In 4och ctiics "I .H Sublet! weather change bring Srenest, 1.71 MM Minimum H the Qoyi cf '93 may UK M . SliUntM. St..laebvOilbriBia prompt etirr Minimum nom mc fipcti- c.i I w . IM Difference ... I.:: The lead pencil is smnetlinrt lianlpmhed V. CIKC Of the inicagn miiy ,cni. The wrltci's investigations have to m.isr of shown Hint, while large sample Cure llheutnatism with St. .larsd Oil corn of u single varirtj grown under Promptly, ll saves money, time, suffering conditions are mnrkedlj uni- TAKING ASTOR DOWN. It Is even-liiall- Tit-llit- Sura Cure for When tho children pet their feet wet nnd tako cold uhc them a hot fool bath, n bowl of hot drlnK, n dose of Ayer'i Cherry Pectoral, nnd put them to bed. The chances are they will be all right In the morning. Continue the Cherry I'ectc al a few days, until all coup.li lias disappeared, Old concha arc also cured; wc mean (lie coughs of bronchitis, weak throats and irritable lungs, r.vcii Hit hard coughs are always of consumption made easy and frequently cured by the continued use of Colds tmi-tx- . e Abo's Cherry pectoral Every doctor knows that wild cherry bark I the best remedy known lo medical science for soothing ami hcallnc inSamcd throats and lungs. Jf.. ' iniH-tfpc- ut Put ono ot eon-til- Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral 1 over your nent .btikisi I'lisiilsl ms rratnsni j Ws Plasters h iungm iiH ww tlUulsn mairsl rrt'i"ls loll J',' is,m sll Ju. v.'" li ", ILs Ml CI lirs-i- snr Ira ll' III 1 rivut emisi Malss. l ...... S. Lavtll, Uus s per-fect- lv Heroes of the cj WdT ji r with Spa.in chump.-Clevel- and . tcult V c&jd . : . 1 i3on Heroes of the of 6S hlsve Which is the hardrr, to male a million or to die and leave It: lewn Iopies. Jacobs f Hi thing 8inf Oil vry snollilng (ti tlir and cure. Nruralgi. hubdues L Civil Way. ttititiad .o the WilliaTii-Pin- k Pole People foT Hundrtdv of the Boy Pill for tfficocy of Dr. tloia. Fightios do.s uicet their match. iUm'a THE MARKETS r.IVIJ STCKIC-rat- n CAI.VI IKK.-- -( lpe bti'ehers. f'IMI IS c.H4rtH,li lr ei UltAlNWIl"NliTil No.arp.1 No S 0t--NtlAY-Prtm- l.tcatsklMsTs lir.t,P- - Choir" J. A Mil l'r.Ot'll-- Inter fsmlly a - Mliril mksTs. Pslr Soamsl lirht osr.p hl hQir. . Mil Jon IT lllll i j i i i li) aim in tji.v C l is a a K 4 eir. X M tlla 5 6J a h ou at i eti 9 i Theoma,ti'4m and othei disco.ei contrACted during their d.y in tht. 5 6nd pTiv&tion noild. c.Ttny. Thcie pill tonic in the -- V in driving out m&l&n&, of hMdship &rt tht VJ bjt u b n S , w rholrfl PHOVIblONs Ms p tit -to Hje- N t I inlieil . Art 'H t?) A At f .. . 3 y Ass KMilnscn pTMI M'lllnf III If a stlersneif Ihe Civil sesr.hsrlns; serinl In Ihe Sinl I'tnn.jlrtnls Volunteers lie tni la inrwsr a sivi. an.1 rsme'wcK lnoiea in hrslth nkllm ifscUlic theu. ous Ifarmer Hani Mialol Ihe llnirkt nss unttle.1 (ur manual IsUir tf snrs.lnl. ' Nothing .etioe.l n.l his snltellncjsiele si stl limes Intense lls-- s mepetmsntnl relief until Ihir jesrsstn. sthen i slteHllon lo called los .me of the", inleifiil cutrs elf.tte.1 .v lx i Willisms' I ml rills sinen i duiktm so for Pale People I hs.l ma IsSen tuotp man nail a ImpTOvcmenl In my con.llll.ni, nt I kerpoolmrrosing slesjllr. Tolhem Ml. ilin.mf I my mtotslloo lo health. Tny alt a gtaud Kiucur t') K. IIUTTKK Prime API'r.K-..- t I.snl . POTAIOKS.-Pe- rtalrr lothoke cipswvrr h.aor to funrrChflti r tin Aim ii 4 A tj boi.b; thi oe fti'iwl. drufitts Vll ll t lllfAt.ONo tfVA ti I II Sillu UUUAUJ rr$SU8t?yTK&'!r& mwai I A t Ot VYilir.ms or cnt pattpald.ft ettalpi st peiit.SOctS pit tliaiclns Ce, D.i V, ScrunensOy.ft v, i. sni irrip. 3TV, J) - II.OPS- - Winter rwlenl OHAIN-Wlie- at Nn COItN-P(II1i-Mp- Jl'tilcagosprln... .. arm er Nrt n ;i tin Ulif sis si A PAINT fr I .M WALLS CEILINGS i OATh-- Na ss t NKW YOIIIC tiit I.Altl) PtIUK-Wlnlprpsl- i o. HI t M ti 3 7V ii IHH no' 11 I V MURALO WATER COLOR PAINTS hash IVISVIAfBWSAr r.. nrnnniTiun nsvuk c aim rCII IUOC I.SIIK a aaimal Is. ui.ii.inuj roi utuunsitna r II dayseHilr ,,siisf slsllcsl r it SI tsuir I e .ll WHKAT-N- 1 rOltN KY- KOATS POItK-NeI.Altl-W'eieni No. 5 mliecl w Srnl HIS , r ri I Sll h?Tllrll asbis n.Miii.. .1 VIIM.I'. u II I.I, U t .Sl(llssd lr-ol.e.ioill, r..r.l III r- sls tee Ic si il.sirll n Is iM ll,messn liirlisMl I. rtslrelsl I vm s7'(o!tslr.lsirll THE MOflALO COMPANY. NtW nilinHION, 0, 1.. NEW YORK kJliil..l.r plug) nswlbr-Jis-ls- a n4 Tp IU i .t ". s SI II I Mlseil si 10 Mrss HALTIMOIIM W "ttrcnknlg It" nftera rabbit. Thenlier ilay while passing a hollow tree nty heard a whining noiti ..nd his Investigation resulted In thed of the dog wedged ln(o a Iim in the log that was apparently noi l.alf large enough to admit his body. The dog had been in this position for two wetks without a morsel of food. Uien rtlraed he was hardly able tojsind, nevertheless be proved himself to inve genuine sporting blood In his veil foi no sooner had the hunter release' him than he made another euorl tO'Iace Lis head in limbo. The hunter Hoovered that the rabbit was still Ji the log nnd captured him. y i ft IS f.i 31 I0 ts) f, PLOIIIt-Kam- llr UltAIN oulhrrn--Vlira- Pamllr wlioat MIxpiI t . I'oni Oals-N- : : aiio is4 u 41 itl 41 n . STAR PLUO L. A M. NATURAL leak CLIPPER PLUG CORNER STONE PLUO SLEDGE PLUG SCALPING KNIFE PLUO o. ll live-- No CAVri.K--l'lr- st IwhllP 3 Western quality No. 3 ml . . ft 3H H I 10 I 1 llOOi-West- ern 13 3LEDQE h -- MIXTURE SMOKING -- INDIANAPOLIS. CHAIN Torn OilsPI.Ol'11-WlnliltAIN-Whlt-r Wheal-N- o. Nu imlir.1 . I.OUISVII.I.P. No. nil i n H. UOOIPIT MV1CIIN TOHAf'CO - Not Veicle Iby sl TRUST or C- O W ti IN tls I POMI"V. -w - 1 s IMumilUi !- liiri-r- . - - - - - ', i eat licil intent (oro- Mlxnl POIIK.'Mess I,AI(I)--Slca- 3rol.. . in ii O Kit) ti 37 ftioin ii w "BREVITY IS THE SOUL OF WIT." GOOD WIFE, YOU NEED V TItlPOD FOIt IIANOINO HOGS. DIVIDING THE WAR TROPFIES. ftiitia BLOOD BAD thuf Wrrii TnLrll from Snnln The upper rnds of the poles tofoun th to lis AuiMirllnitril lo I lie ruir ' tripod are joined bj a strong Iron rod or bolt, a. An Iron, b, formed like the nml Xh). letter U Is fastened to the outside ends Capt. Francis W, Dicker- - United of the rod which Jolus the poles bj runSlates navy, assistant chief of the bu ning the iod through ejes formed in lcuu of navigation, and M.ij George the Iron. This loop of Iron Is to sup port the chain which holds the teg. Hopkins, United States volunti-rrs.ml- l When readj to hung the hog, lower Itury aid to the secretarj of war, who were designated by their rep.. tve de one leg of the tripod, fastx-- on th" hog, partmenls to arrange a plan '..rdlvld then ruise tlie leg unui ine nog uangs In trg between thearmy and nnvi tbeord .iitltplpntlv- clear of the lrrouud.g (lie nnnce captured from the Spani-- h In the landing buck the horses, plncli late war, have decided to go t .Water-vlie- t wagon under the tripod close lo the arsenal and inspect a Dumber ol hog. Then raise one leg of trlpo until Spanish cannon there. The object of the hog will swing Into the vvngon, then it. The hog Is loaded In Ibis way tl.elr visit was to decide on a fair ap- lower Is This portionment of this materia1 to be with almost no lifting. hangingtripod to lings over to the military oml naval equally as valuable for turned may lie left hanging services as trophies of war fi r exhibi- be dressed. They upon it until loaded. Orange Judd tion in public places. Farmer. tli-i- i anil .Vtniinrrs, HINTS FOR STOCKMEN. n - (Wfi ZNmmrpm SAPOLIO . s2f--j To Pacific SHOOT Winchester iospeit rioT Gun O - Shjfimrf THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF AGS Coast Tho Qront Durlington, U5tD am sl 5helus BVALLTHE (JtAMPrONSfKITS.- with 100 varlablo r O tl t e 8 oxoola nil othora. 1 Yttt. Jem Hwe on a Postal GW, rcms3 Mil lui'JTomo Qmotui. tylSCrK 5Tf K RfrtATISC VWIS B !.... " i S --J n Coleridge was luminous in convcrsa Hon and Invariably cominandtd listeners, yet tho old Indy rated h s talent lowly when she declared that she had no patience with a man who hnd (ill the talk to himself. Hen Johnson used to alt slleut in learned companj nd "suck in," as Puller "not oniv his wine, but their several liumor " Like Shakespeaie, he held the mil .or up to nature, but chose 10 lonk In the glass himself. Southey was sedate, stiff, and so wrapped in ihe garb of asceticism lluit Lunibonci told bin' (hat "he was for n but somehow the iluli.'t lit." "Addison." ttiys Pope, "wns cl.armir.i; In conversation wllh Intimates but d should a stranger be present he !nlo Louii toim-timcs tut-.'de- Furnish tho swine plenty of good dry bedding. Don't send diseased hogs to market. It Is of no use. .cnef,"St, Ulobr-Democr- Ilemembcr that If hogs bunch together they should be t ontt.il qui. Don't let the horses stum! In 1 mutt lire, unless j on cxptcl scratchev Ice cold wntcrtnken iiilo the stmnnch of uny animal retards its dlgi stlon, When a colt Is well broke n It Is worth twice as much at one t lit) t Is not well broken. falitiilng If uny unliiint Is fed dry feed all winter It will be luck If it dors not lieenii.r sick. Fied some rooit. ensilage, or the brute and muscle fcum lug foods. A Utile oil iui.l It pod,- -. Western Plowman, tit-- is duo not only to tho originality and simplicity of tho combination, but also to tho cure nnd skill with which it Is nianufucttirotl by hclcntlllu processes known to tho Camfoiinia Via Svnur Co. only, and wo wish to impress upon all tho import an co of purchasing tho truo nnd original remedy. As tho is. mnnu facturcd genuine Kyrup of by tho Camfoiinia Fio 8viiur Co. only, n knowledge of that fact will assist ono in avoiding tho worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. The high Htandlng of tho Camfoiinia Fio rJvutn Co. with tho medical profession, and thu satisfaction which tho gcniiino Syrup of Figs has given to millions of fumlllcs, makes the name of tho Company u guaranty of tho excellence of its remedy. It is far in udvanco of nil other laxatives, on tlie kidneys, liver and an it bowels without irritating or weakening them, ami it iIoch not grlpo nor . nuiiHc-nteIn order to gut its beneficial effects, please remember the nnme of tins Company m.-t- to Olllllonilft sad I'Utf ot b t im fTiTLi rrml Sound wookly from St. IiOiiIb, Ohlongo antl KtmortH City, its soonlo Colorado. Personally Con-ductExcursions od tie h'trcnill tit KiwMmiii.CuiM (? MM I'sS via Billings NorthwoBt to Montana, Pugot Sound, Biivhur GO to GOO mllOB Journoy from Mlaaourl Vnlloy, Q. P, A., Bt, Louis, Mo., for Tho Strong Line Vtl.htolalLLfr!uUiO cD.tiiia.rs, snd lisuosolisr Ha Pk. 11 ll.r lls.ll.h. 1M rig. jr7 mi's " I srn-- lls.l lirri. " l,lfhtrt:nrllTnbiw Us n 1 FOR 14 CENTS (""' wfl iWiW iIPBBSs wtc LW.WAKELEY, illustrated pam-phlot- in r,T ml pj H V Wwlhl.0,lbrl4Mals, AtHXtlUpkis. wmlT lOO.wsvilll iili our mill " Irtf, lainkri CiHlogns snd Ttffd nlavitssnnr tr.lsiid lntafs. ynu odcs trr stiilErr'a kmiw wlisn " " ltlsrs. si rslilnrnlt luTorailo, I'silslllanrr Onion,. Im llrllll4nlllorBnls,PU sjl Hslm's llrst nulll-- f rsl I'Unl upniirrarlPtvl this a I 10 s. Jnlli I'ulsvlxra nt airj' mislli,CiuUsslonsti. Bl.tfli So.it n lilil. A. I tstslnnf with rcilsrouwillnsfsr M.'a.l IIMr.Snd Aiilliim. f ltd nn srm in., stuia It iauss,iis. FIG SYRUP CO. IAS rUAKCUCO, Cat IUW TtMCs If. ft IQDUTlLUs. Xf . CALIFORNIA suit all Krcsl, SVuiinil.. l'V".,lJ.i1"i,lL.1lJ1'. iw. Iluok lrn. .1. 1. Nuiu iiv Hi to.,sit, I'Hiii. atinii, t'hranU Ilium lllcrrs. Mtroriilous IHrrta, 1 rl-- s , Ulrrrs, Uitnairnr, rrser ttori-s-all and sll OltlHorrs. Itiirvi-- rails. Drsasiiut imlsoii. mid sunmlnit., t'utfs imrnuiisnt b.tis nimu ,t I'llrs, llurns. Cms, llsststlTu fur Is Iho milr sum curs In Ilia world for s, I.IISIS I nMlHl Ilatl Ooujli Bjrun. Tasirs Clun-i- . Dsa in umu. nnui urn riiKNisis. ilL I I.St IlltS. w itvuUBSBiarse. UlWrij iiiis. IL'Ii a. a. K.-- K StuJ lur bobs ul tf.llnibnlsli sml 111 tUtV suMUwts,s n M. U. nutckuliiUnacutuwortl W1IK.V WK1TIKO 'ID ms pitas sUI tlmt wm Mm MMt U MiU (MUi 1744 inVVRTItLM st4rmt 1 tmum m mimtummmMami-AsmvmiiM&- "W'P55r's'rnlP,PW?sPrs3sSS Sfflt??