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THEHICKMAN COURIER I'ubllnlicd Every Friday by FINE GEORGE OBlee-Jack- son WAUREN, Hickman, Kentucky. Street next door to City Hall THE HICKMAN. COURIER. TOE OLDEST NEWSPAPER INjWESTEItN KENTUCKY, JOB PRINTING 1CXKOUTI0D HEATHESS AND DISPATCH. WITH anonoE waiuikn, t : imu r JAa a WI2A11N, Assistant lMltoi ( SALE BILLS. ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS; BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, Ml !J l'rlco ofHiibsciiittloi!, $1.00 ' 7, ' ESTABLISHED 1859. FUNERAL lloinsiiil. in iiiii HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KY,i FRIDAY, FEBRUARY CF A. II. GARLAND. it 3, 1899. II VOL. XXXIV. NO. C0XGHESS. ti$trZt'ZZZCZCZCt-CXZiSCZiS4Gc;ZCSZG-SGZSGtt1iZZC$Xe 11. ETC, ETG OALIj AND HICK US. cnDnrtAmr 'liUUllA 1 Sun. X mnn 1077, Fii. It r FARMERS' PARTY Illliinl' Oixnnlr.iitlnus Occlaro for tit Ili'ltllngof n Nuliun.il Conuiitloii. TM. RIGHT OF WAY. IVnco Trcnly Will lie J).lult?l In tlie Of. Semite 'I his Week nittl In Hi . LNSIDE r. HISTORY. u V FlFTY-l'IFT- 1,miI Mom. Tiis. Wod. Thur sit. j: Mills Ilnrk, Ark. I.ITll.l. ItoiK. Aik.lnn. .11. The remains of Hon. Augustus Hill liarlnnd, whoso tragic death occuned In the supremo court chamber at Washington last Thurvlny, reached Little ltock at 7:35 o'clock .Monday morning, escorted by a legislative committee, who mot the funeral train at thu state's border. The remains were met nt the Union station by tho committees representsulegislature. ing tho the preme, court tho bar cud othci largo and organizations nuiil; bers of prominent citUcusnnd escorted to tho senate, chamber whole they aro to lie in statu "Until U o'clock, when elaborate ceremonies will bu hold. Thousands of people thronged thu i eniuioi iiksx. .sioiiuav morniiiir io erne a.... 'j..-- s, -- ',-" l1' ' statesman. The state house yard dead was crowded by ! in. lock, when tho senate chamber was thrown urcn to the public, and all morning a continuous stream of people have passed slowly by the bier, silent!) and sorrowfully gating for the last time upon the features of the distinguished dead. Among thote who paid their last humble tribute to Mr. (inrland wcro Mwcral white headed and feeble old darkies from Hominy Hill, tho Car-lan- d country home. These faithful Negroes have been In the tiarland h(iiis:hol I since slavery days and their devotion o their old master was pathetic lu tho extreme. The funeral ceremonies were conducted In tli t hall of the house of nt 2 o'clock, the senate chamber havl.ig been found entirely Inadequate to accommodate the great throng of people. The services woro conducted by Itev. V. li Thompson, mstor of the l'lrst Methodist Kpls-copchurch, assisted by Chaplain Dye. of tho senate, anil Chaplain of tho linn so of representatives. lilting eulogies were delivered by distinguished friend of the Illustrious dead. The funeral cortege was followed to Mount Holly cemetery by an si llir l.iit l.uit st 1,11- llm In In ststs tie lorrfipon.li.neii lie trine fl I. Oil MrKiiil.r tin Tfaet b tlm tenuis br Willi n Mnu-- r. r mil H leelnn. 1 J2 13 19 7 14 Jl 2 9 16 T I? J io J1! ti'i f ruipix IH.ti 1718 "f ffTT nf rjrm.r. I. tlm n en l.r-i- nsllnn .l .sl.ntb.rf f xrr.t .ml aisle llrclsrallon ml KIo. uf Ctu iturt) Unnia a Vnts XV. II II. Tsk.n nn Armr Dill Tur.iUi' Aflrrnnnn III III I'rlr.o pl.t ll'vsr nrnl llarbnranil Ul llarf Araclani)r Hill. Axo.s, lit., Jan. r.0. Tho eonferenct it of delegates from the farmers' s s 26 27 28 li lu 1'ultou, Warren ami AOftT-TTTTfT!??- ' counties have declared fur the holding of a national convention to form the national farmers' party. A CURRENT TOPICS. Committee was appolutpd with lustrcr once foi Till. Indian can son cine tenth fiirtbrir lions to begin preparations at the event. As quickly as possible ro litnfi tlit white man. rescntatives will be apiHiluted all All tlio ix)ic' private fortune Is In- - through tho United Slates. It It Tested In ltrltili sevurltlo. planned to hold the convention not l TmmIiu. -" ni . . .. . orguu-IratlonI k- 20 2l" 22 23 24 25 (tinih. don .Mntnlii. tul In tlin city of Lent worth U. 000.00.) sterling Till". Scaudla will take a cargo of frozen meal from San Francisco Io I Atrre.ofl A ill splint year agotheie' wore only six cities In the United states Now tilt re are ewer 100. Amoxii the latest use to which electricity has been applied Is that of heat-lu- g Cliirago liclug lavorcil a S thr conVCU tlou place. IJIili'U W. Ilrailbiir.i who has been engaged iu the wink of organization, rend this declaration of principles w :...-- ... iiiiii,iiiir-.jm-g-cn-c- hirh w as adoptnd w ilhout dissent "Wo hold that nil lueu are created equal and are endowed by their Crea- bakers' ovens A nioToo n fit Kit's jji-- r trust, controlling the entire output of tlio cotiu-trlint boon formed. trodilcod lit tlip Texas y, tlctlnltoly. bills hav brrn tn Arkansas nrnl California legislatures Tm: coal miners' strike nt I'nua, III.. ImKliocn on for nrnrly nioo mouths nnif k""s evlilcnco of tontlnultn; ' y Tin: ktrlkf of tho tlioorkcr At NaUitllle. Tcnn . has reunited In the iHhts. establishment of n ctwjiicratlvc plant "We hold that the only free and Just In tlixt city. I'm: ArUnusiis liaiuo bus imispd a bill government Is that lu w hlch the law prohibiting fctnnlea and soiti of mem-lrr- i. naUinj IhmIIcb arc composed of direct froui holillt) cltrloal patitlotu lu 'cprcscntatlves from such ludiistrlei r oriupations as have a majority ol the IrUlatttre. the votes in tho congressional and Ilv the nli) of n recent Invention to. districts dcllurd by our constl-utlulnyliiK aphlt parciiicnu ono man ran and the laws of our states nor do tho amount of work formerly Hoiio uy is nii'ii. "With au abiding faith in the truth A M'W oYvIci-fo-r luiotllnp dough lis, Hid Justice of our belief we appeal tc bren Inlrodneed In n l"tilea?o baklns very farmer In the United Mutes tc rilnblUhuieot which doen the work of oln hands with us in elTcrting om trn men eud will knead t.oeo Uiares of purpose, which Is the nomination ami bread jcr hour. .lection of farmers as members of cou Tut. klnjc of counterfeiters i denL jress and fanners as members ol IIukvII II. llovt. the man who msdu our legislature. Agriculture !clug llje tho I'nltcil State tccret ervlCO rauro troulile than any other t4ajfU criminal .hirf Industry In tho United Ma to in the count rv. nUld at rest under the animosity and Importance of mu interests demand prompt and cuergetii the trrc nt llclhH, It. action. To that eud we urge an e A IH.lLKUiM.ti bridal partyalNtnwul. orar Itochciitcr. Hntand, on reaching' prcssiuli of opinion from fanners ol thechiirch found that the building ai this country as to the necessity ol on lire. It ualt.sl amund till the rlru holding a convention at the earliest put out au I uiado the pitir and most convenient time and place to the in the ruins. discuss our condition and to adopt Tiik AtchlMin. Tnprka aitd niita Fo such measures and take such action in llailroad Co. will futnUh cowmoillou rradlni! rooma aid fir libraries for may seem necessary." A brief dUeussion rustled uter tb the free ur of iu puip'oyr. lu all liira proposition that the repicsrlitntloii In u town alonjr iU iitirc line from the proposed national convention and St. I.onl to allfornia Till: lalior rti-hathou Id be one delegate for eachdistrirl ortrxnuatinns now hat o 560 branches and nearly sending a representative to tho lowei nirmbiTs In every part of the I'nlt house of the leglsluture lu the respe. ! rd Mates reprenenlhiff nearly every Ive stair. trade and pnifeu. on. and property A number of oiler from farmers and niuntut; Into the hundreds of thou-min- labor organizations in various stale, addrested to A. W- llolemau. Hie origMai aro prcnd under the liouwa of inal mover in the new organization, the better cliiis In tho I'lillljiplncs to were icnd. exclude dampness and aro daily nl and driisl lu the aim. Nearly CLEMENCY ITrEC0MMEXDED. all tlio living and ulcephik' rooms are I out lx feet abotv the ground, with a ...n i:.rnn llul y nt t'umlurt til.e an open paco underneath. IHS tlnlll,i4n unit t itniturl I'r ju-- I Tin: latet appllrntlou of nickel atcrl rut llo. I O.il-- r. is for tliecoustriictton of racing yachts A Herman llrui U to supply the nickel W.iii.soto.s, .Ian. 80, lien. K.ignu, tcel ptatrk for the construction of tho roinm(snry general of subsistence, hat bhauirnck, tho yacht which Is Wiiijj been found guilty of tho charges ol built to tall for the American cup. It conduct unbecoming an ofllcer ami a li, bring drslfrne by William Tlfe, ol gentleman, and of conduct to the ) alrllr. and tho work upon it l:ns . prejudice of good order and disalieaili-cipline and of the specification (lernian and Ki To nrT American, thereto, and has been sentenced to (.'UkIi couipclitlon in the markets of the world the uinnufaetiirerh of Kuuli.il. dismissal from the United Mutes army, I'r.iucc, liae develo)cd n new wcaviii); but with a iccomniendatlou from the inarhlue Miip.isMiit;, in funiP totpests court for tlio exercise of executive the fuinouo improved Nurtluup. A clemency Under tho regulations the wiirkmnu oM'ratiN l miichlne.s which court havlit-- ; leached tho conclusion turiift out nu nveraKC of Ho yanls each that the accused was guilt) had nc ir day of ten huurs. choice In selecting a penalty, the reguto hiatlstlci. It appear that the people of the I' tilted Mate, lations ptestiiblng ahtoliitcly the one tho ofpunishment dismissal foi iisume more rtdfre than all the inThe annual fense habitant's of KurolM. consumption Is n't down at 318,170 tout Therefore, tho only hope foi lien K:i for the I'nitrd States lSu,800 tons for gan lain the direction of commutation, nee, and mitigation or disapproval. (icriuany, 7,fllH) tons fot only 1".!,Mm tons for Ureal llritaiu, lol. I '.in is the Judge advocate of the where tea is mure in favor. finished his revision ol Till. blKpest rat over Keen iu llruv el have lately infested one of thu the record of the court's pioecediugs .iturday afternoon anil at once placed fashiunablo streets there, the Kuo llerckmolis livery house on the at reel the papers in tho hands of Secretary h.fk been made a runway for the ro- Alger dents and lu Mime runes the resident This action settled at once anydoubt have lied from their dnrllinrs M'vklni; that mav hare existed as to tho routine abodes elscH here. The rata seem to to be pursued in the treatment of tho laugh nt the poisons ami traps set to case As for Secretary Alger, as soon en sun ro them. as he reads the record he will place It O.sjk strange peculiarity nbotit dn.i-mit- e Is that Its force Is always lu tha at once with tlio president, who, under the law. I the llnnl reviewing authoi-ilillfeetion from which tho grcatist It I hi privilege to add to oi la ollcred. When dynainltr Is on the giouuil the explosio force I, tnl.c from the strength of the louil's downward; when It Is placed on thu recommendation that clemency be tide of a wall, itn greatest force la shown 1 lie indications are Unit the against the wall; when placed under papers will be in the picsident's hnud, nn object, Its force Is chlelly lu au upeail) next week. ward direction. I.N Servla there still surxlvcs a wonXlsll It.iiiti.nml l'il. la Alik. derful old institution known as the Skatiik. Wash., Jan. 30. Private Kudruga. It Is the living together of a nchicc received licio state that tho whole tribe, numbering lometlmes as government will send tluee detachmany as 100 persons nil under the ah Copper river Ho ments ..f soldiers into the Milute authority of one chief. district of Alaslii next ipring to lay ivocps all the money, makes nil out a mall route to tho Yukou rlvnr and dcoldcstho minutest detail and establish posts. of family life. Sol.niKliH nro despised lu China. They llurii.it. i""1 Tnur Mm llatll-belong chlelly to the coolie classes Cmicaoo. Jan. SO. Pour men wera The (ieruhiu ollleors engaged sonietlmo ago by the Chinese government found badly burned, one perhaps fatally, by that their most Important task was to the explosion of a boiler Mindaj in tho overcome the aoldleiV own feeling basement of the Chicago Tiibuno thnt they were n lower onloi of bcingN building. than other Chinamen. I hurcli tlrirurd lif Tirs. KenMA.Nur.wrriiwiN throughout SciianiuK, Pa., Jan. 0. Tho Kirst tucky lu mauy lines of business are up In arms over tho Inioads bulug mudo ltaptlst church of this city was deIt was the In their trade by com let labor. Chairs, stroyed by lire Sunday. brooms shoes and other articles aro oldest church of that laith In thlb v; now being made at I'rankfort by col- clinty. The pastor, I lev. J. .'mult lects for whose labor M cents per day Matthews several hours beforo tho Is paid, Haines wcie discovered, preached o TllK Kyimch Co., of lllriniugham, the great Chicago lire. I.ug., has coiumeuood making 10,000,-DO- 0 An Irr Ttml l"u nn Inc. carlriilges for tho United States They will be turned out CiiiCAiio. Jan. 30 -- An ice trust, to at tho rate if 1,100,000 weekly. An Include all of the big Ice harvesters in American inspector examine ih work, tue United state. Is accoullng to tha usoi) in thvir vlirunlclc, In puicmol orniailou sad a special, iiielal per-for- m (.hi-.'Akli,-Xis re-nm iu Au-onnt- tor with certain inalletablu rights, that it is to pncrve these rights; that jovernmruts aro instttutetl among lien, deriving their Just powers from .he consent of the governed, and that ahenever a government becomes dc itruc'.lve of these ends It Is the duty ol the people to alter or to aboil h it and At adopt such measures as will lusiiic :helr rights. '"We hold that tlio rule of niliiorit) :lnstea Is contrary to tho plrlt of oui intltullons and destructive to ovr t. e Immense procession, wiiero tlio interment occurred nt H o'clock. The tloral olTerings were numerous jiiiI beautiful, many line pieces having been scut by Washington friend. THE SALVATIONJOF FRANCE. Ill ('h(nli-- r It.vl. niu.i AU III. (iiivrriillirill'f llnpur 1). pcuin.nl. Will II. ulili.li.il. Ailfiti 1- II t'rrmi.r st. Pa Ills, Jan. .11 - The chamber of deputies Monday, by a tote of :;iil to lsy, adopted the govcrnmcHl's proposal tc s.iibtull to a special commit ice of thf chninbrrn the tilll proviiting Hint raw of trial revisions shall be brought the united sections of the court of cassation. The rexirt of M. Mazau, first president of the court o' cassation, on the charges of M. ucs nay tic Iteaurepaire, the forinci president of the civil section of thai luxly. will lie read before the commit tee. The minister of Justice. M. Introduced the bill and asked thai it be scut to the committee. It was read utnld profound silence. The preamble of the measure, declaring that the bill was ono of necessity for tho peace and to restore calm in tho country. wai greeted with applause from the ecntci ntul murmurs from the extreme left. M. tlcorgcsberry. representing the First division of the Seine, said the chamber was not aware why tho government introduced the bill ami asked for tho olllelal publication of the evi. Hard, who redence In the case of ported on the Dreyfus case to thccotirt of cassation. (Cheers) The premier, M. Dupny. said he did not wish tho chamber to vote in tho dark. He was desirous that full light be thrown cm the subject and, therefore, the government would submit to tho committee the complete documents In the case. le-for- FATAL A WWgInJA In W'h ell VI FEUD. IOM.il Untie ri.rc. I'lcht wliil iitinilril Allnrkril lir VU.knl V) rrr Ili.iVn A At KM I'. court-martia- l, v Jan. 81. battle occurred Monday morning iu the mountains on (iuyaudotte river. Jim hkecn's home was attacked by four masked men. armed with WinA battle ensued. lllack chesters Skccns was shot through the heart; Jim Skccns was mortally wounded; Ambrose Spurlock was wounded In tho arm and Jim Sheen's wife ntul baby were shot, but not fatally. The light occurred about midnight Monday morning. l'J miles from this place. Tho country is aroused. Armed men nro seen everywhere at night. It is an old mountain feud, and further trouble is expected. Much mystery is attached to the affair, but arrests will follow, and a preliminary trial will occur hero IIami.in, W. Va A lo Tuesday. i: fflitti I'avslry nn tli .Xtnr.. lltWTM'iu.K, Ala.. Jan. ill. The :tli cavalry, which has had orders to proceed to Cuba for some time, left Mon- put a brief messago saying that liostraqtuiltted theii In accordance wWi the resolution. The reading cntlroexecutlvcscsslon, -' t6 60, except a few mlnutei alTlictse.C Much of the matter cov-cr- l the same ground as that alrcSr published but it xxas presented way. j libsjtho' In form which tin This week ........ sco the close, of tho ipr .safiiings wcro outlined from day tc , ... will ... - .k'.V !.. . ... t. p ..Li Mbtioiiucrico i iMri ....i,.iii,i.iiivuiyrn-,iw.l,-g;session and In open senate, as the vole twl'ti Secretary Day, as'thc president's Is set for 3 o'clock a week from Mon lenr'sentatlie on tlio ono hand, and day. Notice has been given for set CumnisMoncr Day, as tho rcprcsenta-lliof the Amci iran commission, on speeches for every day except Monday of the present Wfek. isolator Kerry the other. The principal Intciest will speak Tuesday, Senator Spooner pmoig tho senators attached to the Wcdncvlay, Senator liawllns Thurs- prefsilent's instructions to Insist upon day, Senator Money Friday and Sen- the evasion of the Island of Luzon and ator Chilton Saturday. These speeches' after that in the decision to take the will bo based upon tho vnrloui entire Tho group of islands. resolutions on tho general ques- latter development appeared from the tion of expansion and will be correspondence to bo a growth, and delivered in open session. They the tuggestion was made by tho will however be practically devoted to to tho president as the occurrences at Paris after the the treaty and will alTonl senators an In opportunity to say openly what thev arri'al thereof the commissioners. would say in secret session if the his cispateh concerning Luzon he said were not tinder consideration. there was but ono alternative: The There will be nn eiTort to get the Unl'cd Mates must cither take tho Isspeeches in before 'i o'clock each clay lam, and nssumo sovereignty or return in order to permit the closing of the it tc Spain, and of tho two courses he doors at i o'clock In accordance with preferred tho former. Spain wns from the first unwilling the unanimous agreement to that effect, when the treaty will be taken up to ride any of tho Philippines and she formally and the executive considera- mate a special objection to letting go tion of the subject proceeded with. of Luzon alone. Tho commissioners, The friends of the treaty aro still with the exception of Senator tlray, most sanguine of success and most of urged that to take Luzon and leave the them announce that they will accept other islands of the archipelago In the no compromise. hand of the hpaninrds wouhl be to inOthers express a w i to accept some such resolut on vito innumerable complications with as thnt of Senator Sullivan. Those other nations and especially with professing to know say 111 the polic and with Spain. to force the treaty to a xote beMuch stress wns Intel upon the probfore taking action on aur com ability of the future trouble with promise proposition, and that if spiln. W th Luzon under American tlio treaty should by any chance administration there would soon bo beaten, to move to reconsider uch a 'vast Improvement, they wrote, and then to consider the question of that the other islanders would soon accepting Mime compromise like the grow ipore and more rebellious and ltacon resolution befire final adjourn with Spiin's oppressive methods ol ment in March. Almost a month of the government we would soon again find session will be left after the vote of that wo had another Cuba at another Monday week, so that. If the senate door. Furthermore there would be should prefer to accept the treaty with constant filibustering and we should a resolution of construction and in- find ourselves spending millions to struction to postponing: notion for nu preserve a state of neutrality just as ivo tiltUii.'.liu esse ot fuba prior lo out icssiiii t of thnt Interest irnlir. in tli ..reii-- - iiJil"in tlJuriitluu .f wnr-.K- . (Jen. Merritt's testimony on tho house of representatives during is and. the early part of tl.o week. The llnal tin- - point was cited and was made tho vote will be taken nt :i p.m. Tuesday. reason for much of the argument in Prior to this debate will be under the favor of taking the entire) group. tlvc minute rule in the main, although ihe president does not appear to sutlielent time has becu reserved to have at unj lime given explicit ingive Mr. llalley and some of the other structions to consummate tho bargain leaders an opportunity for extended by taking all tho Philippines but rather, after hearing a full c.plana-tiospeeches. to hare left the matter tu the disChairman Hull, e f tho military committee. Is confident the bill will pass cretion of the erommlssioncrs, The entire controversy was pracsaying that the republican dlsatTcctlon will not exceed eight, while several tically over the Philippines and the afllrmatlvc votes will come from tho question of assuming responsibility for democratic side. Tho opposition will the payment of the Spanish bonds for direct its efforts towards having the winch the Cuban revenues were ple.lged. The Spaniards from tho first bill recommitted. With the army bill disposed of tho inilrd upon au indemnity for the house will turn its nttcntlon to the im- Pnilippines and the correspondence portant river and harbor bill and then (X w that after the proposition to pay 5vn ikhi o,io u. made the negotiations to the military academy appropriation bill. The river null harbor bill proba- prixieJeel much more smoothly and soon brought to a close. bly will have Wednesd.; two hour, I lie American commissioners appear debate on a side. The military ncadeiny bill is not to hive been of one mind as to tho wislikely to ta'ce more time than is re- dom of taking over all the Philippine. quired to read it through. No exact with the exception of Senator liray, programme has Icon fixed for the rest wli". notw ithstanding ho signed the of the week, but Chairman Mercer, of trc.tv, held out to the last against the the committee on public buildings and po i v of acquiring these islands. In grounds has been pressing for a hear- one notable dispatch ho pleaded zeal-on- against the policy as unpatriotic, ing on some of the public buildlngx bills now pending, and he Is likely to uinnicricau and Inconsistent with pro-bi- t i and good statesmanship. get a clay. Chairman I.acey also wants a day on public land questions The Hawaiian hill is the most Impor- (GOING ON A SAD MISSION. tant piece of general legislation which I .miplMeil fnr llrtticlng: will be agreed ton hearing, although ArriiKjein.ntt Hume. the. Itrm ilu of llestl Sniiltrri may let It go over until Its friends I'riuii 1'iirtii It ci anil lulii. next week. W (hiiixoion, Jan. 31. Col. Jaincs Ilrnk III Sleek. quartermaster Nf.w YonK, Jan. .10. (ie'orge Hrown, M. Moore, assistant a fanner living nt Norwotul, L. I., getiir.il, has completed arrangements broke his neck in jumping from a win- foi bringing homo the remains of tho dow in the house he occupied with hjs Miliier. who lost their lives either family, and which had taken fire while froti wounds or disease In Porto Kleo all were sleeping Saturday. ltrown's an the province of S.intliigo, Cuba, in A fuucr.il pirty wife ntul live children escaped unin- 'the recent war. consisting of "JO undeitakcrs and asjured. sistants will leave New York city next Olit Knotich In Knne. Al.nANV, N. V.. .Inn. SO. Theodore Thursday on the transport I'oiiinauln Kirchncr, aged t0 years shot and in- for the purpose of executing this sad stantly killed his wife, Paulina, aged mission. The party will be In chaige of Mr. T. II. Rhodes formerly superinl.'i years in their house at Newtonvillc. near this city Sunday by the carelesi tendent of tho Arlington cemetery, handling of a gun which was accident- who was hilcetcd because of his preeminent fitness for the service. ally discharged. Jan. "O.Tho senate, will devote practically nil of tho time this week to the consideration of tho peace treaty. Senator Allison, chairman of the committee cm appropriations says he will not Interfere nt any time with tho consideration of tho treaty by asking to have appropriation bills taken up, and as a consequence tho treaty will have complete right of VAf)iii;;oio.v, Jan. .11. The nnlnVnt to the senate the corrc poJjf nee on file In tho state depart- me,rlfl,eiirinff unou the near., front.- antfttwas read iu Monday's executive scjp,s The corrospondenc- - was sent In rtiponse to the resolution Senator Hoar. VYaJIIIXuTOX'. MofliysoiJ Intro-dutrah- y rh'wlmlttlng tho papers the presl-Jcp- j .rr.J.. reso-rutioii- IJu-rop- u u. xu-r- i v SATr Tso nota rt were dellvere-In the tono' Mr I.txlgr (Mule.) and th br other liy Mr. Clay tOs.). While thu two sena- tone illrTf red diametrical) a to the volley ot B3533335-3flM93-3"9;-953452-3 rxrunilon upon which they dwelt both are In favor of the Itnmeitlate ratification of the peace treaty. They contend thatevnie 111 have full tho treaty 1 WILSON'S TRIAL. conitrcm NOT LEPROSY. power to deal with conditions reip-- c Ink" thr territory acquired during the w r wth Spain Ugly Facts L'nrsrttieil at ths Preliminary An Insritlgatlnii Mad nf ths iiaapeettel ana not neforc. Hearing Accused Ones lo Jsll At l Hot st The debate omtbc srmy reorcanm-tlei- n Casea at tardova till oicned In iho home Tucudnyundcran It clilminil tn Await TrUI. Hereditary Canerr. airreemcnt hyeehlch the irencral debate U to run is hours excluMte of three nlctit Lo.Mwj.v. Ivy., Jan. 37. Tho trial of Wh.mamstow.s:, Ky., Jan.-28- . An In the tlnntvuto to be tiken not l.terthanS o'clock r.cxt Tuesday I'ructlcilly three prop- - B. Iv. Wilson, charged with causing the vcstlgntion has Just been made Into as pillions nre the bcucc. the nou.e ienth of Miss Mary Cloyd, which was allegeel case of Astatic leprosy which kill ptovldlng for a standing army of luo.rtio men, the minority mib-tltu- te Incrvaslny'lhe begun Tuesday, was resumed Wcdnes-ia- y was said to exist at Cordova, a village! stntidlng army to )lo) men, nnd lodging with morning. At 0 o'clock the com- ten miles from here. Whllo the Inposer to call out monwealth resumed Its testimony. tho president dlsrreil-inarvestigating physician has reported that &,OuOntuntrers for . and a proposition to continue temporarily the regu- Sarah Wyntt, n domestic, testified to It Is a esse of hereditary cancer, and lar army at lis present war trcngth J,wu) having found the Instrument nnd the not leprosy, tho people of the county men In Miss Clnyd'a trunk, which nro still terribly excited. CounU AnisaTO!, Jan. at hESATE Only a medicine - Judge Westovcr tilef llmo wa occupied by ihe.enato Wed- - thu girl had stated In her dying stateordered nn tnvestl- nr.a.y in opn eien. A lew iiiu on ins -- i T I mcrit IliTsti 1 ml ttKoOfi in tMirinrtnintt I ntlnn . a i V 11. Dr. lW aJj c IIUCI " isttw (ZjT, 1M rrltr - Tl aflatMTlV At 1 " - iii 5WIV J?XJ? r"ASC;a m no ochcr iv.tn liath a, trusty, " W pnrtane cranrantiai'lTC , .VXsisS.Asw.1 9 i?y"' -IIol'he Not since the stirring day .before I Vf. A.'V. T.1.ttcil" tliat somo I'susricetcircasoln'thp fnm the declaration of vtnr Inst prlng ha Ihe tlmo during the month of December .Martin. He found ono child with Its hou.c viitnescd nuch an exhibition of exciteWilson crime to him and explained Miss I faco so disfigured by an eruption that ment nnd sueii cenes of unbounded enthul-ft.n occurred Wcilr.esday when the two Cloyd's condition, and requested of the I itn features were scarcely distinguish Mr Juhnson the Indlanu memphysician a prescription, but It was re able. Another member wns disfigured ber nnd Mr Dollitcr of Iowa, locked on the question of expansion. fused. Two weeks later Wilson went by n large protuberance on the left born Wasiii.sctu.n Jan.17 SiHate-- As the sen-nl- e to the doctor's room, nnd mention- side of the head. He pronounced these setmlngly was about to conclude connldcr-atlc- n of ihe jicnslrn appropriation bill late ing certain instruments nsked for the to be due to hereditary cancer, nnd not Thursday nf ernoon Mr Duller (Pop. N t" ) loan of them. Wilson said he wan ted leprosy. The disease has first appeared o.Trcil his nmrnilmenl nr,m.uncd acme time to use them on Misstloyd. Wilson in the form of spots on tho skin, which proMdlnj for ihe pensioning of aro Into eruptions nnd this Vjion tM he took then said that he was going to buy a developed foldleric n speech, which the floor nnd delivered catheter. Dr. Kunz, druggist of Lon- caused the report of leprosy. Into a most as tio proceeded, develnprd unexpected utterance. While his rolleagiies don, testified to Wilson's buying the FROZEN TO DEATH. on tuth side of the chamber listened w Ith InThis concluded the test!- catheter. terest Mr Duller defended the position taken money for the commonwealth. Wilson l The Unity of .Mrs. i:mma llorger, n .Mothe outli during the great rlv II ronlllrt of a third of a centurv ago. lie declared that the goes to Klcnmoncl jail tc await the rphine l'lenil, Kouilil In the lliok south was right and that hlstor; would so February term of court here. Yard uf Her Itetlilei r record and that every shot fired by a was tired In defene .oldlcr ouihern 1 iho rights of his state conferred ONE DEAD THE OTHER DYING UussKlxviM.r:, Kj., Jan. 31. Mrs by Ihe constitution in and In deHmma Itoigcr, a morphine fiend, was of his borne and fireside. fense Kentneky farmers Fight a Duel With found dead in the back yard of her lfofsE-T- he third day of the debate upon Tie Knives The yuarrcleil Ultra Setthe bill for the reorganization nnd Increase of resilience at 0 o'clock Sunday morning. tlio regular nrray used without notable Incitlement uf Tnbscrt) Crop. She was not missed until morning and dent. Iu feature was an hour s speech by Mr. Urnsienor (O I who- - utterances, rightly or her people thought she was Iu her llAl.l.Altnsvii.i.K, Ky., Jan. wrongly, was frequently supposed to reflect When found she was Manns and Howard Harlan room all night. the view of the Mr Orosvcnorde-cliirn- l frozen stiff. It is supposed that she, most emphatically that iho present fought n terrible duel with Harlow situation In thol'hlllpplues was due to the optook an overdose of morphine, antU position In this country to tho ratification ol knives In McWllllams' blacksmith shop when the stupor came over her sho the peace treaty. He announce.) thit the fu- here Monday morning nt 10.30 o'clock. ture ot the Islands was n matter for congress tc The men quarreled over the settlement was unable to get back to the house. decide, and that forthe president to announc. of n crop of tobacco, and at a meeting She had sold nearly everything tn her a policy would be for him to usurp the authority of congress. Monday morning agreed to settle it. house and nearly all of her clothing Wasiiiscton Jan M Senate Particular They sprang at each other, and in In order to get money to buy morphine Interest wa manifested In the sem te Friday with. She wns a complcto wrcc.t. Mrs. In brief speech delivered by T C Piatt New a few minutes were bleeding nnd exYork, on the grn-r- al subject ot eip.ir.slon Mr. hausted from stabs and cuts Hut Ilorger was the wife of a prominent resPlan took for his text Ihe lawyer of Kansas but they had not olution offcied by Nr Vest of Mlssnur. but Ir their fury was unabated. They waittho courso of hi speech merely touched ed n moment nnd then resumed the lived together for some yeirs upon the constitutional question Invoiced In second one was to death. N'i Denver of n Siiisll. j liti ileuilc A the proposes) declaration. resolution combat. The Harwas otlerel I ) Mr Sullivan (Miss ) declaring When It ended Manns was dead. LorisviM.K, Ky.. Jan. 31. There ara that the ratltti.itlnn of the treaty should not lan will die. llotli were respected now 32 genuine cases of smallpox in commit ihe government to a colonial policy. farmers and lived on adjolnln.tr farms the Kruptlve hospital here. All the 1 be iHTs.on upproprttlon bill, the second ol general at proprlallcn measures, was pass the patients are Negroes and the health 11. tli .May Die. ed after some iebatc Lite In the aflernooc euleigles were pronounced on the late Heprc llKATTYVH.i.K, Ky., Jan. 31. A trag- officer says that there Is no danger of senlailve Cooke of Illinois uddresse belns an epidemic It is thought that all ot mndc by Senators C'utkm Allison. XYciilnglot edy occurred here. The principal par- and Muson. tics engaged were John Toler, Letcher It was brought from Cincinnati. No Hurst The opposition to the army re fatalities are anticipated, but great organization bill on the republican side of the Vandcrpool, ltlch Tolcr nnd Horry precautions arc being taken to prevent Dunlgan, About 15 shots were firi-d- . house ha become o strong that Friday Chair mn Hull, utter Mr. Henderson lis.), on ot Herri" Dwnltrnn, who seems to have a spread ot tbo disease. Thi guard ot the axr leaders of Iho tnmlorttr. had Ihre-i! briny con- -' police rnedtoiolo to recommit the bill, decided II been the chief actor fn the piny, made tinueet. about the city linJI was discovered One new-cas- e would be wl-- e. In order to Insure In his escape. Toler, It Is thought. Is .jn.ige. lo abandon tbo Idea of pro-e- l mortal! r wounded, and Vandcrpool .Monday morning in the city hall. ling directly for a regular army ol Mti.ttA) men. lie announced on tbo flooi will also probably die. A man named Hidden .11 .llx K .mill. that the committee would offer amendments Combs was badly wounded. H.MtKOP'hTiio, Ky., Jan. ."I. John men to about lo reduce tte number of enlisted iv 0 0 but ledge In the president s dlscretlor Leonard Is In possession of between After Scull's I'lars (be utithoritv io Increase the army to a max in gold nnd silver, ritANKFOlir, Ky., Jnn. 27. State Au- S4.000 and Ircum of lip cut These amendments bat buried during the civil war by his teen prepared They provide that the presiWashditor S. II. Stone will leave for father-in-ladent m.iv In liNeiKcre-iioenlist only turner John Scollciel. It was Intbc infantry companies und ft) In ibecnralr) ington Thursday to make formal applion the Scofleld farm In nn old troop cation to succeed SenatorScott as com- found wooden lox about three feet WssinsoTc.v Jan. at SlMATK Senatoi missioner .of internal revenue. If rotten Krye continued bis argument for the ratlflca under ground. Stone succeeds in lnndlng the place Hon of tbo peace treat with Spain In Satur-laeiiutlvo session of thr senate, lit (Jov. Hradley will havo to name stone'a A;nl Couple Merrled. talLcd ft r nn hour urn) a half and again made JlKNTuy, Ky., Jan. 31. Tli" marriage. '.ho enlv speech if the day's session Thi successor to serve until next January. principal questions cons.Jcratlor under It Is probable that Congressman Wal- of the oldest couple ever wedded In tho Saturday were those rclatlrg to the payter Kvans of Louisville, will oppose count has just taken place. They aro ment of claims agnlnst the Spanish governA. Hart, aged '.', and Fannie Kdwards, ment, tho re son for agreeing to uv Spall Stone for the commissloncrship. for the improvements madu tn the I'lnlippinci .gcd 75. ''ills is the second time the Ituy's fatal Mistake. and the reason for extending to Spain the ben -- Hi cf on open-dojiTOiira has been married and the third policy In her (ituierpos. Loi'isviM.F, Ky., Jan. 27. Jullcn cess lull. "Ifce. e were snrluus interruptions bj time for the bride. 11 years accidentally shot otter senators ve ho. however cintlncd ISem llrent, aged The consular bill carr) himself through the temple Wedneshelves to questions Distillery Sulll. 'ngncarlv SHOiOx) was passed. The boy was playing with VKii.sAiM.tii. Ky.. Jan. St. The Selcontinued the day night. Hurst -- The house Satu-di- y consideration tit the urmy reorganization till a lcvolver which he did not know was lers distillery plant, near Versailles, until 1 o flo.-k- . when tho members paid theli loaded. Placing It to his temple he one of the oldest whisky distilleries in tribute, to the memorj of the late Iteprcscn-tatu- e simplilns, of Masmchusctts. Very little pulled the trigger and fell n corpse. Kentucky, was sold .Monday by Zach. progress was made with the army hill, the The toy lived with his parents at 510 T. Sellers to Joseph S. McDonald for only amendment being idopted being tba Hast Walnut street. Sd.500, by the committee oBered to give In env airy regiments the rank, pay (I'Mitls M in Cnnv eteil. K lied llf Dyn lln te, nnd allowances of scconl lieutenants. Ths OwKAMioiio, Ky-- . Jan. 3s Ted Hall, Taiuisa, Ky., Jan. St. Charles Martime liefore the eulogies began wns chiefly devoted ton ccmtinuillon of the debate on Ihe of Morganficld, who has been on trial tin, employed on the construction ndtnbllliv ot retaining the 1'liilipplnes. United Slates court in nechei Tucvlaj one ble Wamiimiion. Jan !" STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST. n V it V A .JJ'W1 a V&i-- l sfeV. K-- S- -J iiyoMr.Hv V- 3. which oeeaplel all the lime, until the senate, vt S o ilock went in o executive ssslin on the , ei.ee treat) Mr Jones (Ark), lending ihe oproi em of the treaty, opened the debate llul sr The houe put In a hart) day's work on ill itrmv tell Monday and Monday night ana when it adjourned 13 of Iho ill pajes had icen it mplclcd The committee amendments glilng iho preslJent discretionary power to -educe the Izo of the Infantry company and cavalry troops to Ul men" each were adopted, to of ivtnm lmcnts and also u scries A reduce Ihe ofllcers of the star! 3D substltuto was adopted for tho section providing for prouonons which was deslgnrd to equalize promotions. A light wasmadoto reduce lite ago llinll for oftlcer lu lie appointed to thev rlcus stnlt departments troinso toSo, but It failed An amendment wa however. iidciued to require u mental and moral well ns a ph.). cal ex mlnntlor is appointee of the Muea such for vvas occupied in shorl spiehc time Monday jn the general propoitlnn to Inerrnse the irmy and nnm x the Philippines and trerc were several llvelv icrontl controversies nv at II o'clock and T e houf will meet Tui wh .lever I line remains be fore J o'clock nfier b II is completed under the live minute tie rule will be devoted in general debate. The weights on Isitli brutvote Is to bu taken atsides will cio.c The J u'cloclt ttnal eiTort Vaiiic.io.v, Jan 31 Sf.NSTK-- An m the purl of Mr Allison to obtain consideration In the senate Monday for tho Indian ap-- i reprlatlon bill precipitated n running debate the for two days here, was Thursday found guilty of sending green goods circulars through the mall. Kvcrett Jolly, for post ollice funds wns sentenced to two years in the Columbus Jolly Is highly con(O.l penitentiary. nected. misap-proprintin- ir of a gas pipe lino tliroutfli this section, was killed by a discharge oi dynamite, lie was holding 11 sticks ot tho powerful explosive In his hand, nnd they were nccldcntly exploded. force l.-- liibaee Ileal. Hi? Oiik.vt, Ky., J.en. CO. Agignuticdca'. In leaf tobacco was effected here ii A It euperatlng Camp, Lkxixotox, Ky., Jan. SS. Hon. which the Continental Tobacco Co. pur- J chased of F. S. Stucy 513,000 pounds at James II. Mulligan and Hon. M. C. of tho Lexington Kncampmcnt prices better than on the market. bureau, returned from Washington There arc 42s hogsheads in the lot. According to their report Thursday. 1h. !ec;iliig J'oelpnneil. Lexington will likely bo one of the Lomsviux, Ky., Jan. 31. The meetplaces selected for recuperating camp, ing of the populist state executive of the army now in service tn Cuba and committee has been postponed from Porto Kleo. February 1 to February 27, on account Pei'snned by lllaekberrle of the inability of members to attend. .Stephen Lo.miox, Ky.. Jan. si. S nteucetl 111 III. Pen 1'oe I, fe. Moore, wife and four children arc lying Danviim, Ky., Jan. SO. Jitmci In a critical condition nt their home near Pittsburg, poisoned by eating Smith, the Negro who killed William .Mr. Moore is (iilbert, also colored, at Junction City, canned blackberries. not expected to live, but the others arc over 25 cent, was Saturday morning sentenced to the penitentiary for life. convalescent. - put-elwi- day night for Savannah. The regiment moved iu five trains the last getting away about 0:30 Monday night. l ennllfllrr t'onfr... HlTr'Aio, X. .t Jan. Hi. -- Charles Itlanchard, who, with John lllanehnrd, is under nrref t at Oleiin, has confessed that he and his father aro members of a gang of cotiiucrfcllcrs vv holmvo becu operating lu this state. CJnlcw Itiii, r in SKMCaiTr. Skatti.k, Wash., Jan. 31. Capt. Hunter has Just tluUhed a trip with his steamer, tlio City of Seattle, to Skagn-wa- y and back lu tl days, 17 hours and 40 minutes Tho news from the Koyo-lui- lt region Is that It Is full of prospectors. Curitac t'nnipiiiir Stun. Akiion, ()., Jan. 31. Tho Akron Twine aiid Cordage Co. resumed operations Monday after a shut-dowof llvo years Kniploymcnt will tu given to .00 men. n WBOUfBOlUlO, In Curtail ill. Citric el 1'nrcr. li It I eif Aonillt tilth h Il.mllr Wrninn. n Jkfkkhox CiTy, Mo., Jan. St. I.os Axoki.ks Cal., Jan. 30. A. t . effort will be made in the house this Hradley, the old soldier who shot (io Smith, of the Soldiers' home, at Santa week to cut down tho enormous clerMonica, .has been found guilty of as- ical force. The number of employes of the assembly, exclusive of swecpors sault xrlth n deadly wcapor, but Janitors, etc . nt the present time, is to the mercy of the court. stated to be 410, or about 100 more than XI inufHoturi-rCnnililnr. Itsl ver employed befoio. DAMililtv, Ct. Jan. 30. Tho nianfa.-turc- ra Utliiinwi!r i:iilo.trtl. of the lower priced deiby hat Masnim.o.v. ()., Jan. St. (lunpoweUr, have cifcctod n combination to go into which was being mixed for a sli-- dog, effect February 1. The firms reprexplodcd, tujuiiiig Mrs. Thomas sent practically all tho largo mauiifai-tres of this class of goods Chirac;,! I.suuetrl.s Cciinliln. ll.stl.it bnun In Firi.su .ri. Ciucaoo, Jan. 31. Every steam pKNVKlt, Col., Jan. 30. The snow-itorwhich has been raging on the laundry of any Importance lu Chicago be operated by one stock company mourtalna since early last week, has Mibiidcd. Thu sun broke through tne If tho present plans of promoters do clouds Sunday ..ml the wind abated. not miscarry. Contracts of sale haxe entered Into by 3S steam laundry !u somo planks tho fall of snow has 'umpauics nnd negotiations aro undo been the heaviest lu 15 years ly to secure 3 more. Ulucl' Nurrr.iur. l.niV. D.il, Oil Htiiry. Wabih.noto.v, Jan. 80. RepresentaKy Jan. 31. Alfred Hurt, tive Sereno Payne, of Now York, ban " havo been been appointed a member of the Cana- 77, and Fiiuulu L'dwnrds dian commission to fill thu vacancy man led. They ino the oldest, couple to wcil tu the county wu.vil b tlio tlcoili t?( ,Mr. Dlniflev. s u I'm-jcga1IKM-O.V. Tiinr Men Killed by all Ksplos'iin. ("apt. litll. Itrslgns. Judge llerklirr Won. Siini.vKi'oiti, La., Jan. 31. At .'i:3( ISiciimonp, Ky.. Jan. 20. The jury In Lot isvii.t K, Ky., Jan. 20. Capt. and powMonday evening the four case, aftFirst Assistant Surgeon Kills Duncan, the celebrated Ileckner-Ashe-r er boilers of the shieveport oil mills 1st regiment Kentucky volunteers, who er wrestling with the evidence for two exploded with a terrific report. A served throughout the campaign lu days, returned a verdict for Judge btick building. 100 feet square, vvas Porto Kleo, has tendered his resigna- Ileckncr. the plaintiff, awarding him. torn to pieces and four men were tion from the army. however, only 55,000 of the S.10,000 sued killed. for, An appeal will probably bo taken. Ilankruptrr Cases. se Trainer llrnl. llo 1'HANKi'oiiT, Ky., Jan. 20. The folIlurn.it To Death. Nkw Yoiik, Jan. 31. Uvcit P. snetlc lowing voluntary petitions In bankToxii'KiSbVlM K, Ky.. Jan. 2D. Mrs. ker, one of tho oldest trainers of race ruptcy were tiled Friday: J. L. Hblln, Mcrlah lllgsby. an agctl woman who horses in the country, tiled suddenly ol Shelby county, liabilities 5,1,773. assets lived nlone, was found burned to death heart disease, ngcdblyeais llo was SM.'i; W. U. (Jilkeson, of Versailles lia- lu her home near Three Springs, Hart known nil over tho United States. bilities S1.S71, assets S57. county. A III (lent In Wyoming. A Missing llrnk.r. li.ivw i.s.s Wyo., Jan. ill. A tetrible J. W. Limmito.v, Ky., Jan. blizzard lias been raging iu liawllns O'l) .1, the commission broker, Is still nuiiity. With the wind blowing iil absent from tnls city, and Ins custommiles an hour the snow has drifted ers are uneasy. One of them has badly. The storm will bo severe on the utile? fixtures of O'Dell's stock, as the snow Is crusted, linn anil others uivo gono to Cincinsheep from seeming food. nati to look for the missing broker. .. Camllileie for lUllrinil tVmm .sinner Ivy, Jan. M Tlio lloi'M.ssvii.l.h, il democratic leitnuiltteeof the First district has called a convention to meet at llopkinsvillo March t, to nominate a candidate for railroad commissioner. rail-ma- pre-renti- Pesinr". Nrvs Charge. Ivy., Jan. 27. I'ev. J. .1. Dallon, of Sclnin, Ala., hns accepted the call to tlio pastorate of tho Cum berlatul Presbyterian church hero, and will elvliYcr jits drat will"? U,'M Suh viyi ... llKMii.ltso.N, Cutels r.iliitiiiiit. tlll.slKit, Pa.. Jan. 31. Sixty-seveHidcta of the Pennsylvania military icadcmy wcro polsoucd Monday from fitting turkeyi All hi 3UW out of ilauKcr, n llaby it h 1 runk. ly IIk.M)i:ho.n, K.. Jan. 27. At King's Mills J. IE. Culver found n new-bor- n whito boy baby In a small trunk on his buck porch. The child wns scut to tlie rouniy piwnuiue or tlio prcscut ,y JV ,, .Jay a rM1,....1..fi.,.-..M"-- Mr. PI" ittm piraiaiaeiift aMMHaVBMMaaMBHMHMaHaaMBaMMMa mxAimiitzmiMum nrirnii . , i 'i ''' are heard aasln. The New York llute, of footiessce, as ami says the horiteliss cults Hid (leoive Warren. Tin1 verdict of l ho Court .Mar wMgniiH tuiilliphlhg n. sensed ol cMtunrdlu.iij uht. certain that before tl.rre make It have their clothing made to mensuie and Hal in tin nial of Gen. IChcmi, llio long horties United will be titkrii awaj from vehicles iiy as people measure HIUKMAN, ICY., Chief Commissary of the United should know that we have th sole ayt-ncStates Senators, but bis gallant ry or nil sorts in town as eomnletelt: : : 1T.O. 18t9. Stales itriiij-- wnb iIIkiiiIsmI from FUIDAY. in this city for the matchless productions of nf lis racier, courage Hml patriot ha In the ease of street esis. &e. ollioe. wlili a recommendation for Kioctrio carihiLes me now imoik cin, has always held him high In rspld than clciiiencj. Tlii churco was for HON. V. J. STONE horses, nud, like oilier GATZERT CO., Chicago, ho affections of his count r men. new nnbeeninltic; mi nfliccr tnncliiiKs, will be Improved. is nnthnrltiitively iiiiiinituccil u h "conduct glade movement that has set thoiisands of soldiers, were In.l M.e never makes (mother speech, engaged exclusively for more than candidate for Oowrnor In In mill ci'iiilfiimii," in tluil lie 'liil Wall stteet wild and that lias ueioro ine special investlgallot. "w k'iT ' 1 t5?Vvi ,,,s speech in the Seiiuto Inst week Gsil. Mlll'H. made Vll.lel.tly lSI.lv viM.. homo paper, Tho mnulacs of the "laiulis " e.nninisslnn, appointed to tnUc UM, t,o pensioning u oar.t l mil", ll Tliirly Years in Fine Tailoring i;ollllll.ttlllcr nf Iwn pIUp.. Me feels certain of ! .Men, women and children at the testimonr in the ease of the trim ., , made by &u. The r"m . "MI"-- , tunhn arlrSHW' currying h tn.ijnrit.v- of the connmoney centers that Is at the port Mau.tnba and general f H'' We cordially invite our ftiends and the was Hip x'rouie inony; coiiceji.ii.j.' in my Heh. ''",ll,,e h,m ,0 awsfffiSl tics of Hie '.'ml 1.111I 3rl fNiiicrei-sgsmhliug centers are bujing fiiridohlng O'erwIieluiHig pf,,, f Sua. h. and especially to the ux KSfftaFffl general public to faor us with a call and lonul Districts. hi.iI thinks Mm. provocation under which i:giiii stocks and tt li lite: their margins thai the men In Hie army wi re ('..afednato eterans. r if In emm. labored, Mini Hint feeling 'lint lilt and hugging the comfortable lie. tiiHiln victims nelfa sure l bwavcri kjiVittl's initueiic line of "KtTj:c?. :4&CS of mi outrageo'i Aiiiong other things the n"1' character hml been will stand! ties nfthe First District ' hard timet," are to come scaiidal. "StM ttTwV "MObAct Samvc& from which We are Iicftlial i nt nil b.v Gent rul Milt-tcharges, tiy him. Mniir nntl brlRiidter general again no more." prepared to make to order to make have no Hint it tendered t j i in t iii jinl. Thesu stock speculations do mi vir, linum", (1lipuilll!IJ(.r "i"I'he motivecriticismactualid up. that y jag geatitr! lieuteijutii" mid mpnibi'i tin hiSSIIC. Senatorial Deadlocks. Mi'uator in i tlVring the lerolulini any permanent of hospital and medical studs I Indicate Tin' whole iiffolr Is surli n dts not In fact they do not in declining, in their report uitm. i.i.r on what he said hs In the eon prospeiity. There are eight Senatorial dead, gtaee hn in humiliate every Amcr nnny beef, that it was totally u, fiiiiitiniinl lights of the Stales. Qjylssrs K& locks now pMiiltuj; before tin ican citizen. The disgrace of Gen prove prosperity at all. They add Hi fur nuii n.tr.iajl l.n..r .1. I iliink that (he Confederate sol nothing to the value of produce, , tier leels that he has hud to pa.v Legislatures of etyht States In the K'lgilll, Wt SUIIpOSO, HH ludlPpel.. "jV SiOXD Iinrlf ToBfcttfo Union; himI us Is usual there ore able to iinlliiir.v discipline nut if llie products of mines or iHfln.fned beef and the uncalled fr..i, ii gre.t deal, and it great deal loo ries, because whatever higherj lieef with ivlileh the soldiem Werr aiui-li- for Kedcnil I'enslons. lit Vc Guarantee Absolutely lo Fit and Pletxe You in livery Rcpcct. lieen nrroiigfullj accused, reports of the corrupt line of lit ti vp" ls lennnnee.l vvlthoat ex lues nut iiiiiiai) 01 It. lint t litis money in ench. In six o these it the sympathy ol faiMiiiudeu' pro prices may temporarily pievail ipics'lou of el.itm ug peuslon from , H. C, AMBERG, Hickman, Ry, lolloped1 ,,,l,',l,,l is now known Hint (lie result tmist pic must go out to him. It Is i theretrotn Is sure lo tin the l''ederal (iov eriiinent cuiuts by n reaction a (tollapse tnorei home 10 him and lie tines not mit bo the election of Republicans, terrible thing to knowingly fur 8 TEA1I. diriv dollais,' niter making the anil from two, Demnciuts. The hoIiHi-h poisoned heef but it or less ruinous. The sure, ,,t' l,,IB litflillnu Uie Bitnution emphasizes the pient Is alo terrible to lie iivciisimI of only uri nuiiiiilltiaii of iroNtir lf Fnnurr Prtir Mnllli, "Tho w ,,lH,"ri ' " una, in ru:jiu iruiu nit1 improvement It would he to elect Hindi it tlttnu falseU by onea blub " "" """ "' e.uftn he foiubt. No, lilt, Mr. , ... mtx.t iiivrn uiviriud pMW'.iB48eiTv.ii.iliTifoUvMiiirftTi'r'"HntUniUs its the Qnmtnamler In. U. innvti .t-MTlTriiiiiiiilrfvi7ii.i. Ju' fresldent; that is a mUlske. Ii the people. There in trust would OMef. The "beef" iiiieslfnu .11.1 1VMKKK IK.jiucK.ii.1 S i.i,. Knropran war with FinceUmuiLg Mt),ji,.r who fought uu bo no deadlock, and fur les not en'er Into the Oo.irt .Martial, and Knglmid Invol veil with H 'sla.Lder our Confederate Flag. For I rrom Tlie Lexington Press. teinptiition for the corrupt ue of As to the furnishing of hud mid ' speak for, I discard The United States will fr iim t"',, And West Virginia elects a ','e nioiiej. rotten heef to portions of the ar IdeM, I spurn Iho proposition. Onbii bv a noDDl.ir vntn i, publican Senator to succeed t ' .. . ll . . f f ' !....... my appears lu have been true. jmm ittM liutt nl .! J. J. C. IIONDt'lJANT . Iiotiglit tlieHrererj Pli.ek of At.ntrii u euiuerat, and Sena or Fan kner ('0111111 Independence The Boar by tho Tail. nt llikt and Is sworn to not only by (.Sen. slid .utu. ii. hihii who approves ..r it. llicy MiPJfirii, in I lie I'nwell Hloek, tinii will continii gives way to it Kepubllcan. In ated the islands. The Ctib.us will "ve mruggled through the war Miie but by Gov. Hnosevelt, mid stand. He litis lidded larijclv to tin stock, and will keep en,iuil In any tho next Gutigrtss New York, annex themselves. without moneys liy have over. The debates in the U. S Senate, other ntlicert. whose m II" W4 testimony together with interviewa with can not be tlonliti'it tun n ..till Now .Jersey, Maryland. West Vlr-- , The Queen of Hollmid williutr oome their misfortunes mid will .,. . glum, Ohio Indiana, Illinois. Mich- - ry and the Crown Prince of i. or not now go back on the cm tine fin r . .!..... tt..irt. l). .!.... .iieivu.iej s .,...- ...u.i.i:.B u. ........ 1 vv .... '...1 . .. ,ul,r..ir ll Ilf ,,.,. which they fmigiits the liuhl it too ac i..i ,, ,)e beef cannier, iiiiiicHte pteity e.leailv ,,,, yQuality, Quantity, Price nod Variety, lo elect from. He mliuiu the served within Isetiled by Keptibbcau Seiinli.rs.l There ill be cabinet chiues, sacred lur barter. p o- - sf 111111 Km. .Mr. President, yon have no Mekinlev lis no their ,.()vr,(j '"l "eversl cabinet olllcere will a little nhile ago eliml I wo trade of hi p.itron of liruier year, ami tlie publi.- iceiierally, proiui't. )0(J u(() ()ul U(H 25?S8j3. mure Invnl men in council or mi. tixe policy as to the Philippine who,H(j ISenators trotn New York, New resign their portfolios. J , , mi! to an.l all I'A It ne. ,I, is o sai fmr Mr3 lim1, West Virginia,! There mil be a month of ri rd der the iL.g of our country than Isilatids. ? ""!-ur- o telling the ex- - l,lina and WIscoiiMn, and one "rek.ng weather during ll.e ear those who were Confederates. 2m" Tho opponents ,"l""'"""' ,.t truth, m.d not neeessarilv con from Ohio and lllliiois-fourl- een creat ilea of rain w: full Vcrj late mid recent events luive have openly asserte-rUm- i if ilie tradleting each salislled all or that I do not, r the I nlled States. ( Senators lime we lost from these,"11 But who, President would say that he d;.l if anvboilv. was other. uoo.ts ni tie cheapoi mil however. tsh lo make any speeeb States. Everyone lost! " t t:i.i hum i.n blame f.ir the to A.M III I I Ml' on tills. The Cuiifeilerale soldier tiv fnllv nn our not intend to permmientli occupy bud fp'l will be drnrcr. tvsiv " C3 OC g "rniten beet ' is not vet prov en.I .,.,. u111H SlnlMM imrt. We ..!. needs no litiiilailon at my hands, i There Mill bn Hevornl i,.,r.. lie the isinuds, bin that ultini'itely Possiblv no one, or many, or the mittioiic. united wrk. liv uini.t,... iuleriiHtional marriaces ltli nli. mid I do not prniiose to give ft ; . . . " would recognize the l'liHipplue climate " 'v want lo see thai he is srt and coudiiiotis of the the cotiUiience mid uftectloii of er, niiKiiown Honors liestteil bin y Republic, that they would right, that he Is not put in the their people. We won them from P"i Aiiiertcati women. i 90 went her, &c. A nt'w eahinet ollico villi he ore. falne attitude of knuckling unit vote to ratify the treaty. the Republican party when it was Bat the President f between a. .. nm.uj;, Ulilliinuk mill llllllt'11. ...i ii.ii.j ..hi in- ,ri.;'"ls kneeling before the country, and .SiTMi'j-iixi'H lii . waH indeed noble tight the Dem .'zed and a mnre iniportmi' .ost asking heie fer pensions lor havtwo (Ires, even in his own party, ocraey waged from IMJU to 18112; a created lor the head of iheHnny ing done hin dit to Ins State and ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE, the expansionists and the unii-ev- One man will eiiiiirnl tlm Vmi.r. the Oi'iiHtitutinn or his country Kow .Trrwov ifri f ..mi t n rv .. r i .. ....... n.iln nUJ .....i full HitTinjr qualified s atilijuer. nnr and rmiisionfsts, nd the I'lehfileul's yet rejoices iu n imiwiiig treasury 'sur- - satit contlict conflict bei ween Icnri lurfmid there will be treat ldle a Confederate soldier. The nil pervjus hoUliug ci.vUivi .iicniiu.t It. S. ex Confederate soldier of HMimitnn m .nrl- f..'i position is described as the man nlus. IJieJewey system 01 linnnrn do-- ,.ii,i. mi..i. i,ni ..., in.. . Murrell are resrxct fully not 1.1 td to tlln L0UU ttpireJ overthrow f tl.r .s,,AI, is ut Hiiptiliaut but mii open man. thn tme with me, pnaM-rlwho had hold of the bear's tail, DTuToVrTmhUti'JU6tGl0ber" liHlfiot aV.'er district, State IshI goveruiiienl which will bend l.y challenger ot JuMiee and the jeonllu to Uvr. nt my oirlcs lu Kull m, , r' ., that the. whole Suite afieratate. The democracy once lie was nfrald to hold on and a The , ,, iJn tiuth of historv. We have taken ivr. itiu tt'pt. Jin. is,'i. e ,,eL.lllm. w,inil, ,,, WHr W TAYlAJIi, little more afraid lo let go. expeiiseft in New Jersey is np.!uo .Massichusetts. i carried! The IVendeiit of Fratice wn, re care of our Confederate dead. Asif;no of It S. Mnrrel'. Wo did that hv our own coutrlpolled nithntit direct liuiilion to New Hampshire, Khode Islaiidi8,Pn rJTii.ll) 'will ISuy" TiT Queen Victoria will dienml the' buttons. The nnblti women of our the body of the people certainly!'""1 Connecticut, even as it did Gorman far President n",, W"o"i? It Pilnce of Wales will lit rronned'' nintry raised most of the money peo.l'1Vj",?:TK-'",llrkdeserves investigation by nor In their own sweet wav, and we Tho f.irm known it Iho ( W I'.nvKlI The papers have much to say ,,e nnd by Kenltickv candidates won Wisconsin mid Michigan as with great magnificence, loo iktm, C or The King of Denmark will die have, through these charitable pltce, ueir it did West Virginia and New Bbout plans being worked by cer- hois the Legislature. One of the Jersey. nud the dowager bulled '7 cleans!, oadmnl, if (.'Ul- clmnneN, csred them in cettiele " tnln Democratic leadi-rto shelve fetttires of the New Jersey na will be dihgraced throughout ties and for them by OUT lurthur Informal n. ka Europe and Acta. mid nominate Senator Oor- - lem is that tli.n Stale derives rev. WHY F.SI.UE JJL'IT. lifo, Wamikv, oii iieode We have raised nmn A wave of great prosperity is nineuts to ili em nil over our Sonili. lliekimui. Ky. man, of Maryland, for President entie frnm licensing corporations, Tlon. B. A. Kuloe, editor of (be coining for the United Mtulrs flnmi. land and I hope that such monuin 1900. The Ulan, or scheme. If The CouiUKR bus no sympathy ! ments will multiply and may be. Louisville Dispatch, lutn resiuned chilly. liny such exists i Hie unrest way vrlttt un uiireonatle ndd tigntnM Mils A new pnltttent co;ne higher mid lilulirr. mill that mrly wlivi In bin letter of re linslllnn. lo rrafce IJryan the nominee iigaln. coriioratfons, for they are neces sigiiHiiou nuiiresseii to .vir. uarter, rouoifed mid thero will be rive rtirro uih.v be more ami mure of Vou Cuiiiioi .IB n be n .UlhlnKo Sonutor Gorman Is, perhaps, the Mnry Institutions tor our growth, the iiresideut of the company, he lirciddenlial canilldiiteK lu the fiebl. ttieni created every jear. But, sir Physician and Snrgesn, including the Prohibitionists atxl while we have done (his, we ro nhlest public man in the United development mid prosperity; but (lies ns hit. reason the following: I spec! ourselves, and I say we do Sly. consistently continue! the Populists. States, Democrat or Republican; corporations In New Jersey pros. 'I cannot board, organized The Government will take rn not propose lo come ami sk this with the nnd he may be even a Prenlileut per ns much as in other States. em. trnii..il ... it i ,.,,r ...... i audi trol of the cables am) canals Unit liovernineiit to give us pension ZWOtOco over Lottford vt Rogers One of he Strongest Points Is its ,n, now. And be assured we will be trrocory. maker, us his manipulations and and we do not know that the peo- - the Dispatch under the orders or dre t,pI"'-- ' ,,ui" ," ,l,e colonies. Carriages will run without brr ' b.yitl to it a those who receive I,H ECONOMY IN TUB USK OF FrKL!management elected Cleveland pie of New Jersey that have now practi- y . -""'"" -;-" ssr.-sr.-.- Bri-a;, ILikes. BIsoults In 1 Mlnnies-Llg- lit J"'-lu 10 Mlnntis. be himself. it Is desi.able if the Stale inn.' mirt. destro the Dilomei. L.Tr. Iltijlng n "Malestlc" memin a Women will dress like men. n. wsr. Our brave old Conf, of Hconomlcal Cooklti rale done too much party work, and chiner.y of Kentucky can be op-t- he campaign of 11)110 begins "i ,ler0- Imts and ulsters, and tbeie soldiers ak no pensions of the I'uII nnil I'.vtiniliio Thfiu. You'll Itri.i no Ollnr. Federal Government. lins thereby attached to his name era'ed without any direct taxation. Thcte is a well defined story that will lie no big sleevea. Three of the famous old men the odor of "trickery," double. Let's bear from candidates for the Dispatch has sold out to John the United States will die, at Maj. Gen. Mi mm sticks to bis W iillen, the Louisville ring politi tJplotniiil Selection of drilling, &c Like Clay and Blaine, tho Legislature. Kttrope will lose Iter oldest rjuee embalming beef charge. He hat clan. Thurmmi nud U.mchc (Jonkling, Cut out this prnpheov and rend he iilliiiuvits of thirty regimental IJCU Rflnir'Q towering abnve all others iu aidii.; it the llrHt day of 11)00. A Marine tnsle to Manila. The Peaco Treaty Halts. nmmiders and many others. ,,,tn DJUfti I will givoyou ii pointy for even Also ho snys; ly, be bus yet done so iilnch puny I huv,i uverwhelio One of the most important en. misstatement. n.g evidence thai the embaltued The rntilieatlon of the Peace service tliat Ids own party li. STATIONERY, Petit; Smith. tieel was treated with chemicals trusts him, nnd will never pi ove Treaty in theSennte of the United terprlse of the day is the in order to preserve it. I huvn submarine e.ible from San enlHciently grateful to rik u Na- - Stales hangs Are. The great men NOTIONS, &e. Francisco to Manila. The route TALK ABOUT TIIL' (JOVKHXOnSHIP. nflld'tviiH from men who saw (he t in ti ill content under I.In lmiu.fr. of tho country differ on the tiron.! heef undergoing the treatment, or frnin San OBition. nnd the chief cause of dif. 0I ,lle eame w,u " From tho P.vlncah KcgLitcr.l Call nnd see our Stock, Kvcry euiiMiming process." lulu, in Hawaii, ferenco appears to bs thai the! l''r"elNL' l0 n tjongresstnan Wheeler, lu hii In The Use of Bribe Money. President does not know, or re. a distaiicu of 'J.OSU miles, thence tervlew in the Louisvillo Port, thing up to date. probably to Ulan belter . bis own inteu-o- r knnwn ns String's Island, mid says that it is the general opinion Nothing ever nppenred plainer f'""'9 t0 1(,,'"'-pclearer than the use of bribe ,im,H '" regard to tho Philippine which occnples a position almost among Kentucky Congressmen b Mauv Bkhkndks .t Co. money by Ulvsesa Grant iu se. '"'''"I". The ratiflcation of the iu the center of the Carolines Washington that Wat Hardin wi.l L ' " " ",,I.''N be the next Governor of Kent tick is bound to! ''ro.l,HIr: . Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, &c curiiie votes for U. S. Senator in Tr,rt,' "' California; The same w8 p.oven -- , mid why the Senate does not w7 .Uhom iSmVZK , Tills statement does not ilm: e LOANED IN FULTON la jFiNE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.' ti ho promptly, reserving points Oiiam, tmr iicoutred Island In the with that made by the jnuug in i In Ilamias cane in Ohio, mid iu ' tvir Genuine Seth Thomas Alnrtn Clocks for tl.uO. the election of Senatnrs in Penn "' "'neieuce lor the future, is, bidroi.es, and thence 1.300 miles V (Siiecnior lo Wm. Dlmtillirlnk,) "", nK COUNTY ey.vanta, Deleware , V,hI V.r- - i Doore Kait of Uelede Hotel, HICKMAN, ICY. ginla. In fad, these things have H'"'Vce Ircity, as wo under., ,IIlti tel ecranl. DtMt. ler neoplo that ... ret.r.., Is mi agreed settlement lime mid time agaiti nut only been 8'(1 euiioii between .Manila and a '"'i fr0,n tl,e rUP f(r Congress II. r. ITI.t.H. V. X. HOMoitHI', I. rr.'l. r. Juihio.x,v,- -. wepn Spniu ntitl the United point in the United' nM !iee1l17' ,,,al l,e w"" To Help charged, but proven beyond nny Stales la con. U0'. of Homes. W lr,,M' r"r, States ; mid does not fix the reln..Wercl more thaii twk-- (ho length 2rr "ni.ar reasonable doubt, in difleiet.t Wi ir ri4u.a e proposed line, and n...j TsL MlL t "' " Slates toward States. But, what of it ! No . . .relxlMiira imi'tNaiin- - n tp.i.j.i.ti '" t"ul "' e jirefiillg '"; C i.. ',eoI"u was ever punished, or ''x,re",D r'r,,t Ht tlie wily Cap '"" t'Klilpplne Is. ,, wt,ai) niHri'iH.!,nB Tl0illo directiv Jafa and Sure Investment. U10KMAX, .' lr liiinrel hi nil In iuntil i.. - "V uii.u. lauds. The Count Kit's honest tivMina ... ihviuu vvuiiiii lireuiltl.tain not ennliiiuititr in tlie race. I KUSTUCKY. mr n n otiv lotions ure against the per facilitate communication with the with a tragic idr ho exclnliued .': The best read men scarcely "MethitikH, wlili prophetic kan, I member these ttramlnl any long. manetit occupation of 'the Philip, Philippines, besides giving -uaze ft FKBK DULIVKICY. a connection with Hawaii, can time down the dim oorrlltfr ngalnst the l.oMtle er than the newspapers are pub. I"'es of and see suspended o'er Ulan Kuasle and Guam. ,,, initlveH, but The Hickman Btni.mxi anu Telephone Store No. 91; Itesb believes them. Many dismiss such' nm,t "' on honored head tho triple turn j of Kentucky," Tho progrMiu at Ixian Akiociation bus been in Ideuce, No. Ofi. things as merely "partisan p(). H"1 "'e Tieaty miglii be ratified, The iiuxvb ami the Law. 8iniii,r.H ii.iiviiii:t I'liorirs io,oun. that time was well carrieii ,nu, operation eight years, nnd during itics." believe their own side In. "'"' ,no settlement with S)aiu Solicits your business. We ofTer the most Liberal Aminiiiiiioilnjlombut now even Mr. Wheeler apAsks (ho Washington Post: uocent mnl Ihelr oppunents gull, elided, mid then our relations to to our Or.stomers Gonslsteut with Kstublislied that time lias loaned mow than Dll. S. K. DAVIDSON "Will Gov. Koosevelt consent pear convinced that the i;..nds llankiiig I'rintdples. ty; or that both sides are so uiii.,'"0 t'lilllppiiies be coiibidercd. to eitizeni of Fulton H r. $100,000 lo the execution of a woman! cannot be delivered. Wat din it the man for Western formally guilty thnt honors are I.j ....!.... 'I'lliif ly " i.llud.lnn lli.it county, tlie chief part of which baa HICKMAN, KKNTUOKY K.T.TYLKK, C. A. IIOLCOMUK. .1. "' " u r"""."11 by the press HON. B. A. Ii.M.nB has resigned tensively diH.mssed""ii in IH'MIK ' j. even. Ju the meantime the facts KAYMlli, W. II. nALTZER been used in building and securing .1. W. COWOILL, W. h. McOUTUIlKN. W. 0 JOHNSON.. of corruption exists, mid the bovs ,,H l'ditorin chief of the Louisville of the country, but we think II OfOoe over Cowglll & Cowgill'i WE FKI) TilK UOKLI). linmcfl for its members. There nro ns they grow up too often see that Dispuloli. He says that the L. & " ,ny sufely be answere with a Drug Btoro. several hundred citizens of HickThe eomnrehensivn iuiiia .. "" uoosevel Buch corruptions bring honors N. Kdlroad has bought control of ,rN'.""""" T TVi- may or may not see the force of ,t,i i... ,,in .,..,,.,... ., man, and throughout tho county, D. O. I'AIIK. and not disgrace. It is an alarm. ""' luiper. mid that the fixed pro any argument for sex discri.nlna. ' J. . BI'KIOUT " rni. oi .vho urc, and liavo "' sliureown- been, lug condition of public degrada. Kniin is to betray Bryan mid Black lint, lu the penalties of crime, but!1 "" Ll"u'" s,rP tre.isurv dis- me ever iviaae oy a newspaper! ;j PARK & SPEIGHT, bum, &c. ue mii not, wn leei otiiiinieiit, Hon. '"" '"" aut tuai me prodnuts ers, and ouch can bear witness to It!., ...in.... f.d.1 Tt to feel midjield to the torce of mi of the Americ4ii farms fed KEiNTDUKV LAMM PAOI-- S KYEKY uuvfl iiiiiiii.iiii;ilt. Jl ........ MAYFIKLD, N 4 C"f" the IIO ni.ii cam, ..innnnnmnn Gtory is published that the overv helming publiu emniment. world TnB Prtdticali lieglster is out' T W'VXK FOIt ONhV lriDS. a reasonable profit, is safe and sure Will do lor fepJLaO Wa General Law lltinliiess These tables for Hardin for Governor good and L- & N. I'liilrouil gave jtili 000 to The same question dematnled an show that the farm iu all Courts, State mid Fed- ex", deposit lor your savings, nnd it is prodtiei Tha Kflul.wrklr ltn-lllr. (hit hill mnartl nnw.r,.,.. .,.ki..l l it.. Btrong, iu spite of Stone's cmidl control a Louisville paper to de- answer from Gov. Atkinson, of ent, and in all the Courts ported from the United Suites n splendid inducement to the young r wurll, oiiUlnhuu til Iho tie In clilit pnttt Georgia, last jear, hi tho ca'ne of uucy. mul Tba llctnibllo Kill 011 County. of feat Goebel for Governor. We to economize and save up their won (iiiiic m ywr mr 9lUf tunned valued convict, Tim nior. tlm iiew.p.fr Si.n.l.r Mijtib.e It now turns nut that the fight don't believe It. Goebel's defeat it womanmurderingNobles, husband. last .vear were $850.000at the Mliicb money. It affords borrowers tho Prompt Attention (Jhen i'ollortlotiH. ik,c-of lfi!)7. A ed of moils sum nf 0(1(1, her hom of lh Imi cm, IH l.trjt l !" vrr 'r'V. f Hgr of fun II botvvenii the sugar lrtit and ilie can bo for less than that, There was piotracted and excited Is ii gain or',0,00d,0U0 ovei the opportunity of p.iying by monthly secured ln(ea of iIih lirlihlnirt ami rf h Hml' nrlnlnr. fi iv..,i..ln innr. kijh.AU.i two or three independent refiners exports of LS1I7, ami siirp,iNniiiu installments, enables them to utilplcinraa an ctrioiiii ilunwira .Pr lteiiilol In ny ollirr Millirallnn. was a sham battle and had no nth and the best chance to secure his discussion, wit), the result th.it " More nite.l rltrmin I irtl.H oantrilnile lo Thn ltpuhlle b. over $1(10,000 0(10 that i.f the ize rents in paying for u homo, and in the than lo er efleot than to frighten the linle elcc'iou is for the L. & N. to take convict is novr having peintcntan, great aoj other Wanrro sibHolton her sentence been com. exiioit jearw of 1H)I all( in six years accomplishes that re- Blacksmith and Undertaker Tlia .U4iin will In ull onlr in ponnwutUn willtlht Hold against him. out of about stockholders the ifml.wriklr I'.e. 1892, Of the breadstuff nlnuo tbo sult. muted to life Imprisonment." ' ub Ho, but i intllml aei4ratly aaoli woak. in securities, which weie HICKMAN, KFNTUOKY. exports or the jour were Tlio books for n new series nf AJureia nil omr tt grablied bv tlie lug fellows on thej TilKItK were two cottut.es in the TiiK denntnrlul contest iu 000 greater than those or 1807, l'h' MK,,T,IIi'Wj ",,e,' JOII Will Association arc now open, and1 TIIK KKFIJllMC'.Nt. I.ouls, .Tin. inside; who tiro now ipalilng an: stale of Kentucky 0 herlaud done, or rcMrn lu has been ended by the eleo while the exports of cotton were th'u bo held open until tlie 3nl Cl J i will ndvaticing campaign with a total mid Letcher iu the Klevetilb lion of W. A. Clark, one of the also coiiNiiieruhly lifrlHli Wmob,, &c iit.0elnji in excess of liiursciity in rciruary. 1,10111,; lor I alio krp full lino of profit of $2l0(J0,0lH) in sight. The distiicl, which failed to record a Democratic candidates. Hleveu 1807 and 18'Jj That the tho subscription of New Stock. result will be consolidation in a single vote for the democratic Itepnbllcmis voted for him and those of KuropeiiiiH Undortakor'c ffoodn, short time, mid the little stock, candidate for congress, II. H. broke the deadlock. Clark's in. predate tbo me begiuuiiig in up. New Stock is only in Febnutritive ,.. .!. I...- - ... .. holders who have been thrown l ve. iu iiiu uiiu election lor enn. cotiio Is reported at ten millions it corn is also indicated value of our ruary and August of each year. ami HolM lllnck Wnll Comninn, by the faot overiioaiu can gniini tiielr teeth gtoiismaii In Kentucky. Leslie year. For any further information call nut CotUiH sail Clnnnt, whirl, I can he fittt-iunder what persuaded that for the first time In our up ot. ilmrt notice, anil ft reoiillf in rage, n is an oiii gamo bill It enmity irave only one voto for tho cloven UepubllctiUB to "breuk on tho Secretary, ut tho Courior pr'ees. Oie me a ckII. the exports passed the eeniB to work well jet, 'Tjo nud Monroe uouniy only 11. ' iho deadiooUl" mark. office, Hickman, Ky, th Jail. THE HICKMAN COURIER. v , Guii. Eiig.'in Disgracod. ,t iruiti'il' o C'ltSlajiHe. twi!ivM,(Hrwwmim,twiwwpmHrnw.w THKY Sl?.Vr.US MILKS. t i" Ente's Great Spaccli. I'liitnumoNs nfn Imtseless tRiMt rv,fVaft,m uCp mr MVrt trm mx . wiyni.-iri- i TfjM.fHi.i ,i ,m. .M.I ..i W Wall S'reet gamblers are having .Sllj-lhre- e Officers Testify (o lie a vromlfi fill iuiilni;. Stock tluetu Miserable tuiilllj of tho .Mint. Miious for almost two .tears have been of upward variety. Karly in WASHINGTON, .Ian. 27. it 1887 the rise began A year later pnrtB of sixty. tliree nlllcers, rep l her was a temporary slump. resenting more than it dozen Then came on the powerful up scores of companies utnl SiMialor Pai 'ticular People ; - ( i Mm J. L fi . ll.-- - - Oi-n- . mmm l"I,i' I I I'"'r wm Setui-iPHid- : ,,. ,.;,, Pauialocna TvUer -- , ni-- ,. !....!. r.si. and'' "'lErvnin """ . Cm t. r . . . M ib:be I Essumed Business I J. X C BQMBUBAXHF ""iB IHJ Iim-bu-int- ss m 11 At 111.!- 111. U M ?K5??G3 g-- i.i ,..,.. Grocery Establishment -I '' 1,,.. o l)KI.lG. 1 l'wlui '' UU K3IAJI WAWdfK i'tK. nir f mi.iiii-Uioasl- y :' I liiinn-'nii- l . . 1 I sa p72e m ( . ( i.. I i - ' r 1 - to-da- - y in- ,,, -- J- - y j - .HICKMAN WAGONS, iar oC lile-lluie lltt-Viiia- s fr gI sys-Brya- n ii MMajestic" ..lion Nay lor,.. Hiolsixiaa, Cooking Ranges The Best in the World tficsc Ranges - I ra Buying One -- ' I -- i..i! l''crs rri. VT, e rl n"! "" s.rj&r,: Cash Book Store. . t ! . i KBRB. cgj RANDLE, pro-pose- d Ku-al- e, $100,000 fi"" ''" &. E. Bartlett IN- ," ! '. p"",,",,," "', ! ; e ,,l r.i Uc.l j( I '' Secure rancy groceries and Provisions, i ICEMAN U M - tele-grphl- o semi-lishin- g Paid HIOK2MAn, KENT UOKY. IvMfahliMlict ... AMMO. gANii, Capital S51), 000.0 j vi Ken-tuc- k DiaaoTORs j I ! , r-- II . dloi urrLn 11 - 01 WE 1 l twlce-.w,r- 1 . i joiii-nu- l A. F. OLIVER, il Miil-hiIii- b (b Mon-tun- a M . Itoin-woo'- l bin-tor- y 200i-000,00- 0 iui-BK- op ur Subscribe for the "IHCIiMAN COURIER." - -- 'Y a3 W" . h-- j jsli- - i -- -' -. t i ;J . ;.,;('-- " ' ,v. :t.. - ,. i iiniiiririiir rrrT-riTiiitnii- i m " " r I I "WPBBHMMBPMHB . f t i i i r nr '''....' ...,. i . , ,, ,1 t JitGi&l ' " - 1 .1 . , 1 ..i.,.1 fciMuiinwiii Tncmlay week li In 11 ! m -- ,. ...i A -- J: I'M WiUkm-. ihiWi'lK'HT i I Fcfiranrj IUU Ilu n Month or U Inter. A e I r j:inmi one day vlfillnt Pemetrali tf Fultoi, Oram unit Ihtkinnn So .Snjn lllcks. Mr. Olnw. O. Schlenkor is vInltliiR mii old ,niisliliiner Inquired of her Ounntitt.' his parents nt Katou, Ohio. Rough and If oho rpgnlarly renti the Hlble, to Wlthont undertaking to not forth nt A rvRulnr ntorm period tlio lant days Kfivlffjtlnn is uttsprtidcil nt St. whl nli the tild lady replied In tint of .TnniMfy will Iki closiux nlKitit Frl length in this card my lows on nil pubIiOiils on neconnt of tho Ice. riuiry Int. ln'iico ntorm coniilllons will lic nutation now I oforo tho pcoplo or alllrtntitlve. DOORS. BUNDS, Mr. nml Mrs. T. T. Wtod bo ills:ipiciiriii trtwnrtl tho All intic, likely lo riso within the next four years, Bonn a fief, as llin minister wan relatives near Union City, Hittidny. I wish to nniirimico that I nmn cancold, fair weather will bo following alinut lo depart, ho dtijrgemctl SASH, SHINGLES, ETC, Sam Join delivered thrco temjien mid didal!) Tor Statu Scllator in this dUlrlct, reiidltig tlio evc-nlnmi from Wcslerii nrtd ctntril nertloni. bhnter, to iincolocturMiit rultoti, Wodiiosilay. Kiibjeet to tlio action of tho Dmnoeratlo nhlvh he woh 111 n (111 litis blesfiiii. Mrs, TIiih. A. I.edfoiil etilertnliied On mul tonchlng thu Itli mid 6th, It will After h little delay tlio liihlo tr.m a numla'r of frittnils lit her resilience grow Warmer and rain nod ennw will party. presented to tlio mlnlflter, who Friday nlKht last. vilt most iHrtn of tho country. Aliont 1 liavu been informed Mint bothl couhum aro dispol-ulooked nt Ilu dttRty coyer wli'i Tho hlmnt nnov of tho kpiiwiu fell tho 10th mid 12th, lucltHlvo, bo;ircp.ir CiravM nml Fulton it is (oconcedothnt link man countint tho old lady nslonlHhtneiit: Monday nlIil, coieiing tho ground cd for Ktni'Kil mi'l lionvy ctorins. Tjifjlit-nlii- ty's time to nahiu (ho beuator, rod to the ditli of Mjvcral iuchtHi niiirmerlui! fmmetlilnff nhoiit tho mul thuuiUr with wind tiild much that thero Is no lilielihootl of u enndi Always mi hand. "du-t- v moriiliig," wiped the hook Miss lviy Dollow. Muwrx. I.v.len fain will vliit nil rcplons Himtliwnjil, Uato coining forward from cither of &, with tho end of her apron. Micho two comille. This is fair nud mid Litidsiy mid Mr. mid Mm 0. II. thcxucoiiditioiia ttirninit to Huow-irt....... I. !.!. .....I t l.- - ....!... ...111. 1m IIiibKird ntteinleil tlm loctunw nt Kul m,d West, all Wing followed Tlie ii Inlster, tnkinp the linok by a go,,- il ullrnVhaS long ton Wodmtoliiy, Will cheerfully miko estluntea up, It fell open whore n pair of Cnil cold wave as itoriiicondltlmisiiliHoi nreyuiled In thLn district oa nuy iitiantl'y desired, mul (pectiu-lehad been left it. Tho Fulton Loader, 30th hit: Ml Kct. out of tho wiry to rastwnrd Tho great , Slly lo tho democrats of i , guarantor lowest prices. tlo lhrtwwk eutertaluril n iiuiiiIht of old lady, suddenly perceiving the" ulimilillio on tho alert for tho Cold Graves mid Fulton that I am jh rfectly Kucsts Satiirdny nllit at tho homo of wnvo early ii thu in riod. Almnt tho' viinUK , lo.ivo It to my homo county specs, fctnrletl tip mid cited: ns thciro lur ulster, Mm. John Ford. M inixlenito, and ,0 wttlii it between mo mid any other Uth to Ifith hot-ol"MlenH me, there is my specn general tenileiier to rcnuwed ruin and cudiiluto who ninv oCfir, timl, moro Yet.tcrd.iv wns (,'ronnd Jio,7 day wlilttli I losl h year ngo!" will rut urn. believe that my own do Wonder If ho mw his hIiimIovv? If ho 0vt, klionW I not Another very nmrked Morni txrioil w)unty would euilurso me, 1 Wonld did tho Monthtr projiliets My wo Will will bo ceiitr.il tn tho Slut Mnnr su- - 1U)t i,0 a candid.ito. Whllo not HSALTII IS SAWDUST. hnvoMlx weeks' jnoro winltr. and lunch oilrem.-lprwlativo of tho many friendly mul wo Tho Misslslppl U ' ilpiid' water for In r may bo counted conr,lK1(, o)reM ,)f Hn,,tt wliUIi went I Victor i. Euiprnn, tho Hnlt! tMontr tulien uboo Cnlii). This li osi at this tlmo and Ihrougnout tlio rov )mvo from (Iravm mid Fnlton. more Inventor, who Is now In Ot Itiillioiiil thirf Is mom water in tho Ohio iimtuiler or o ii'rtiitii Uuring tlio yet toreceived cnilorHcmoiit of my homo mo tho Mercury prriiel, which oxtendH from tho ,.()m-,- ls far more imTs.rtmit tlian tho rlwr than IIkid Ls in the Mlssmsippi. lawn, Canada, Is said to have ,0 ' ' " '"'". iany N., 0. & HI. I. K. u. olili-""!l itMilf. All luuor oblaimd with-tlu- t -- Henry Wiittimm, after n study of a, process for carbonizing X their conllnl My.npatliy and cooperLEVIES. i.s.hIoi. UinmU tho United! 'I"'" W.I l'" vlsltulliv (jw. oping wind AHHIDi and sawdust hiiiI extracting tho by "rr.lA'u M.IVi. m Ti.li .i M Tli. 8tatii n foil iv . "On lh" north by tho nml r.ilu nlormii, whllo northernllkilj ation wonld lack Milnluuro mid flavor, Tr.m Nn J. ! '". ' w Tri fc. 4, t' s a maMcr of oonw tin ro are liiduv products. A Ioiib series of experintmri bor li, on lliu todtli by the northwest! ni regions will most miuntol1, on tho owl lijr tho rUtug huh, feel wuno of winter's worst bllr?mils. Democrat! In Graven mid Fulton conn-lie- s r ments in one of tho largest saw Another jnont pntbibln Rontto of low by turnlty, on who do not tne, mid to mills of the Dominion has just and danger, nxairmt vhieh no would I will a ty that 1know n plain uort these Local and Personal. . mul .Tiiithe wrt am of u (JjrntlicrHVtllf (Mil.) DotiuxTiit I tun inct Hint heavy been concluded, and the Ottawa rv'ioirti, Ih uiarriairoor Mr. lloiiicriitw- - wiirn inn liul.llo, lltrly to msti into vaf. Democrat nml Imvo never Ih foro been a piiiis rain nro papers say Hint they surpass all .s&&9mu-icandidate Tor onieo the good Ky., itnd MUm Itcna loy mill water courses oUtrnr-teWill, ot IIKlHllliill bv ico jHSjp.'o of Olio ton did mvc that Mayor V"-The (trip is in lln land, idwit expectation, even those of the of tfobie or that city .it t'ottmnvood l'oint. then-bc.nwtng fndden 'and tho town some year njro. mo Swet Mart, sangnliiu Inventor. Tins expert- - ' Ust Sunday Tho happy couple will ihwigrnisH overflows and lliols. All '" '- "tlK tjrjjwtpMoq,, Hut it has lien my plonnurp nud trocxl It juv take vmi by the Imtid, make tlielr homo at Tipton's Mill. tiients are said to have proved tho j w ho aro Hosituatod as to Iw upecinlly inrltiiio to tnko an active p.urt iu ibo! Live t' thee; fact that the COO inns or more of tumioh prolmblo dismtcrs, hlumiil uinuaKiuieiit mid conduct of ver Sam Hani nnd Miss Lavml It will All you fnll ot Hnviivt J Miirdust mid refuse tlmt tWeei lliitnntou, IsJth of this comity, were ii" imiiiy wiui eierr ro:iMona mo iinviiti. democratic campaigns downl With a pilii in nil ynurboues. Wcillieitday. Key. W V. Wwi tlon to Avo thi ir effects and tuomiiil mills have been throwing away hero. to And vour ongs will l hut uhmiis, cn la one of dangur. Hrforuiliii( the The Kroom A" chairman of tho County Demodally for years have suddenly Hwt Marie. in the koii of thu venerable and mIl cratic Committee of 1S'H I did all thut been discovered to be worth .'!(; known coHiilr man. Mr. T.n-Io- r Hani. I could to bring out u full vote for BryMrs. Funnio Adams Tylor. a ton iu oilier words, equal in l rouug goutlo-maan fw prsiduit nud mo gave him Iw KtrkpatricV spent Sunday in and n highly ron-ctisCongnit illations. value to the highest grade nf sold . . . ., .. . nearly 2.U00 otes as ugaiiut hs tlian tW T I Cmru, III. ' IP 4 ,Pr' wmew oi for Uen Hardin the jcar before. quart. enough to make the' av""'"" -T- lmUuloiiCitvttmimririiliireM.t . ' '."10 . ' J John 1 .1"B Henry Kilmor died lwrnr Full-H- i r erage man catch his breath with . Tyler, died, at tho In Iblii while I was still chairman, r ly ! ''t dgnln,t tin- d Thursday might we elected a full comity ticket of five druliilng llcclf(it surprint- - and produce in the cynic mul tliinVKJiilnceof her daughter. Mw. Lou I hi I). K. Wlbwwi wnt several Any in Mould Hiawtd malaria for) uilh. ' oer. in Ihiicliv. t4nii,li. innn,i,m i,.i silver ilemiicratH over ouo of the strong a smile. lestandbuht rrfrfauUidliideoeudcntcoui . U'h.uiih-- it u ill i.a.mj,.,. -. ir..... l'tiltou. thU wlc. "'t'1 w'u 1"" ' for nllnnatl.msi.vcr got together in a Km-it- s g S? l'rmli Oysters always ou I mod Kreirii.il Uk. m draliiHl. tut wiMiWn-- i utwr of yoars uw,!, ofa" iidolicato con-- Micky comity In that tight the Indo- CANNED MEATS IX (JEKMAXY. nnilmtve nr.Mtlv inrntiraim il... m. tu Oahi'thrki.' o jKcteiilfi.MiOitrmiilTiptouvilleincc.!tlIutlon, which rendered her an im-- v !J'ideiiii pal.l mo tho uuwittlnu- - com City Council will msx't in reguFrom the Uonrier Jonrual.j lar munIou next .Monday uight. Il uppeafs fintu the recent newa Thwe U no bu.liifM or iirafaMiiin ewior tnecornt uuMer to Mifaii "A ileath. She was a dauuhler of the late lTimnry ' landed every man ou lb that German pupi rs are still usiuc VfllUll MlrtftlstHi; Will Hill HII ticket, even down to ttu- - mai.ra.. A llfE V.' CI . . druggist, Clintmt, Ky., the lesMnony of Gen. Miles n Mo anneT .hiri; '? "?, county "J unit cousiaoiM iu every prcrinet. Miss Ibotlsh It'vnjltr several mul to the other ten upphis They all 'X1"1 reintlomldp iu ) says he Ills sold Plant Uion Chill Cure proof of Hie bail quality of Amer As to the value of my thoi days iu Arlington nn t 1'hIUki, ICv. for many years, and among tho many them at IhesauiH price anil allliritig mr rry best citizens, both of lierowll Democrat 10 Htruk-gle1 inn williui; to M It is nataral, chill tonics he Unds the Plantation the ican canned moats MetlnvlUt twoule Iiim iiwt h.Hiie the same amount of money How and late Hi ions. She was tliH Democrats df Hickman county i f' Vg , most n. liable he sells, us it acts different of course, that such tiewspnpi-rcomplied n new itarsonmre nt Falnm. J5? ti.tify. ' 3 " ru" ni"1 ";hdm,h:7bHngtme, A. ' a A !'u A & from the nuiuiue touics. which only as sMupittbizo with the efforts of to say iu this coanectb n It Is VS. fyil sii CCrf "- Ju For nil kind of Trujrfenl Prlt Ivv m ilii'iiost yiup.ith is attended to all the tlut it tiroKr desire and purjvM lr elii i $S r stoiw chills for a short time. It reimn es the AgfHllans (, nmke food dear is my g UAKlTIIKIts' There II room a time some day when i,,,,.....-- ! vt? tho cause, ami the euro is permanent. I'd your Senator to vote tor the Hon the rmr boy will have their way. says should Join tu their effort lo deO S Hlackburn for United State & ilardl (!rs ooimiiMii's in Nw " I'iidm-MW preciate the quality tif American flu-- ii iA 14 EtlVS'KlY .'MTS-:- . Fu 7th, Itltll COuUllMM to III" the irtm hmve News, uotwithotHmliiigl C H Mohiiih, r" ator. To mo the electi n of .bn' HIn' fi) n v;c;,n.?'i e ma rx i sibzn th Druggist. Moscow. Ky., luvs eneircleil the eartli MKii food products. For the opportuNth. (mxI iu His liillnliy did not place the snyn lies ells i'lanutioii Chttl Cum nml tiuru is a liumlen duty of the Dei majority iu Keiit'ucky. It Is n fS Taken up by X. J CJceus. living in nity in do this those who worked finds tt Milt his trade becaoso it eradl Li grlpf h is ttwiiy vitim In tlim critt Mmims of tia Lxitinn throughout , fV ay most Fulton County. Ky., on tho Cayco and off refuse slock on the Govern'riJHVrsri i - TAyi C4MuinuHity, but tln uMlitly H not uf n the world to rnmalu idle and lm un calsii tho syntem of all malarial ikiUou L'iiiiia direct and couvincini: T. wnv th it f.ifititli .lo i.iijl ..ti. iini tt... k Moscow Konl, one mile north of Cav- - ment Hte cb'elli to blame, and any M'MTO t.T0. ohiuleil tiy nillni.id conxiratioiM. KncIi and he guarantee it. roprieiitativcs. electi d as l)en,i, creaut ce, Ky., uino Shoats, of black color, un? Iia IU ideullty ami willncxr le mil' .Mm M.iiitfi Kditor Meacham, of the H mille wtu mllwl ,n.- - erats fouryuirs hco, whorefuitd toi ir V , marked, about 4 or 5 mouths old, will injtirj which they reciie will bo Ian, has thrown down the gauntlet to TV out tho will of their cniiMitm ntx X to Ju(iLw, Twin , lltlt hV, tt weigh about 10 or 60 pounds, and val- hot ue with resignation by thn - of I ho lUilliThe tniuil vvios will lt Ili'T Sam Jones, who is conducting a and by their t reach of faith, bivnxht )T III llliW. ued at 510.00. 2fn othCf marks or masses of the people. The real . at tho lliptut Clitm-hSnadj' in..rn- meeting at Hnpklunville by upon the pn)ud St.ito of Kuitiu kj the uriuias iiorceivaDio. Uivcn under my cause for lamentation iu Piich f.Cr lCI.NfJ S,htW4ihi KMrMlttireaiiil lllK. 1 W ill iH'gill a M41C4 Of e that he was in every way rtigmaof Deliocism. lVrsonslly 1 have 'III hand, this Jau 14. 1S!K). UuilvrtukiTH iihl4 .nr tlit bmtwt. ease" Ih that the innocent are apt llaplislK Hulieve." what M the iu stating that 'Hopklnille had thought of no other man for I uitcd 4t. J. F. Mkvkes. J. P. 1 O. to suffer with the guilty. The lln-- t mtb)is.-- l Will You Do U vil.l tlmt tli "The One Church Idisi." iu tlio but four numtlis made moro State Senator, and I have no cboici l)nrHHnltT ..It eonteii'ion that rascals should be a MTiis of lirogrcM towunl Hell, than eer wmit lou to 0 iliur4 Mow Mm nt At liiulit 1 Mill uImi U't-lbefore or after him. KeTwmns. on Tho Flan t)f Sahatiott" in its hUKiry." thin ,vl.io The Keiituckiau s.trs j As ihi editor of a county paper thesi allowed to escape because their moniiHK is the subject "Henentanpo." I have detection will give others bail - Tlie 1'iillim il'Klom ithwo to - Ciery one is cordially InviUil to hoar a thereevenless crime, loss druniionjiui, ten years just uihjii an tried to keep my in Tho ranners' and Mcrcnanta' Nation- hits dancing than over beforo and uiioruiLii inioiic (ui iuo;i Knnli it Miitk-a- l AMUviuttim uf th ktudcxplitiimioii of the two foregoing In thirty years, and intlmatod tint if hi'ii lo keen track of enrrent history. ial Bank, located at Hickman. In tho opinion of us Is aiery bid ouo, ,? and ilivtom of l'ullnii mill uvtirlr. Stato of Kentucky, is closing up its nf- - but it has nut met with much W. W. HoitN'Rlt. Pastor. langnago were usil on tho streets of feel that I can tiriugto the ofllceof Su- timwtlous. noto holder except among the raslairs. that city asotTciinite to the morals ns ator n fair know ledgo of needed legl jSJ : Thi nwldniireof KiiKitm Onurluy. ji crcilitorsAll said Association, and others,PR FOR GOOD HKSO- Tho examining trial of Mod Sledge, much that raid in his sermon, mi-- TIME IS SOW HI of is In 1'ulloii, una ilr.tniynl liy On', Mini-ila- rlwivett vt itli the t9 forj hereby notified tri pfescutam tiu.ro- cals tbetneles or their sympatwiKllik thodvMth of his guilty txTHius would r urnMed mid latimi, and that I can at least Mite an vv I lie notes fo Uiiiim) K'U luturwrfiir fWd.Oi. I.UTIO.YSl 6 . act with Intelligence ami to the best in ItiiltlHir bV rriiniual neclect, held beforn tltietl w j mul other claims against tho Association thizers in- the ability td punish tla I terests in the jHilico court. of iny dUtriet nud tor tliebeM mm rf tlta mm) nniinln. ruanulD J. If. Ilnllot'k, of Mn.vnlil, vr Jmlun Kivirtiy, Sniuniay rtnlteil ititir--- , 4iii n uwii.u' Ivriilfum nt I ho Stale. 1 shall at nl. 9 for piymcut. J. A. Thomvsom. Cashier. slve proofs tlmt ! eountrV Is thor""" fniiml limit in liU room lit llm (Jninil iu Sledge's Until U'lng mliiecil fnmi tlmi-J89D"ninst bo rletler fenr timn 'ftS, no niattet liow endeavor faithfully to represent fUH) to flOO. which mi Kiwii. The OlCN OnMKX x eu'il to have iv Cimlnil llutf), Kulton, 1'rWnv. Htiloiilp. Dated Dec. 5, IbiiS.fJOSia. oughly enlightened. the wishiN of my coustitucuis as I am good the past year has been. cae. of coiirM', III ki U'foro the next Mr H. T Iavi4. wha h4 lv krniid jury for fnrtlur inxcotlgatiou, innnMeil neiirl.v ftltUKKl.ddlt from given to understand them, & the Hulled States nnd refuse to I cannot, without iupyim: too jrrcat lli)K hw jwrPiiwMr nil Mr. (. L but th" prciMiuilcrating opinion uppi-arVve resolved to continue one jmltVy at leest which KIk, nt Coryilwi, Ky, rcturUHit liinue to lie that the young nun will k r mi. tuuil it In paid, space In the uownpajiors, enter now i.ito l iIihIimihI IiIn ?ionly trustworthy & we purstieil in 18'JS, t lit is, to iiut MIH'k uule stronger cvldcnco is pro- The Oartin agreement to Mccepf a detailed discussion of tho multitude of subjects may Shoes at the fairest prices we could name. the grand Jury en iinnieiliiiie parllal ui meiit on come up forof legislation which next KINd'S for kiwiirt jitksi, duced raT"t'to cousider.it iou iu tho on J'uruituro iiml (.kjlllim. Thociseof . M. Stmdliu against 'the conililloii that the army di- - (Jem n.l Assembly, but I hope to have l any doiilit, these nte retnarkahle Slioe? for iV Ohio Kallrmd for fit.liaml Ih reptHlinted Ciotuez wniilr? an opixirtniilty, U'forc the Cinvars ClosT(i (Viiirinr ii niivlim lo pet ovi ry the Mobile Kvery uir Fresli, New anil the nimiei-- . lllW4 I'flH If OHJlMMly ivUIiin to lilt U4 wnw ror tne killing ot nt Min Jean, the salary of u Ueutnnt Geiieral, es, to discuss those matters before the it Kcmilii fnvor Jnt li't him or hvf fMut lalt May, nnd which was decided List at f 11 000 iitiiiiinlly. And we tntjlit reintrk tlmt the in in tli.it won't lniv our He ha Ineti lienplo in each of the three counties, wwk at Union Otty by a jury iu favor The fair imestigatioii of my lis mi ilm i Call in $:5.00 and ?a.5U Shoes, don't new! Shoes of tho ctmipattr will Imi triel again. Itv Mmjot CionernU and nearly 'J00 and my record as a Democrat AihiH-tHlii14 now noil plenty of it There are Ls invited. to UiibCtirliu, one of the wltneiwes tetl llrlgadler Geneinls. Very truly, verv liadlv. t"wontiil to t lf ahimwai of m mint uny tleil that he wtisou the train which kill- thousands nf other nfllcern mid h Kit. Walkkr. & uniliTtitkiiii; tlut ili'iiiti ou ii liirKe ed SpRtdlui The proKCCUliuu cluiuis to Tew prlMites. Cu.vtov, Ky., Jan. 'Jo, 1SW. Tlio laity tlmt wont buy our $2.00 ami $2.50 Kid Special nttentlnn given to tle fielling of Heal Estate of nil kinds; (utilk lutruuiiH'. )m able to pntve that Curliii was In l'a- Shoes is not vcrv eleven and represents a lull line r( the best atitl most reliable Fire Insurttmf HiaLm .liilii! till nnvivliAni diicith at tlio tlmo or tin. ami, ance Companies doing Iuihiiichs in the Slate, and that ''Old Keliablo" nnnr it thh tiiiii'. liU rlioll(Hi frion a rehearing was granted on this ground r Don't take Come in and Look at there Hargains. MfTTITAI. ...-.- l llin JHili to tln Will wo.4 wiirjimr rains ,,(,,. l,r, iiiiiiikj .'yVV,&.' IllfVI,'!.'!'!' l.ll.'l.? Il.lUUIIi,!. VU JJif 1I...1 I...- - ,.lru.,ilf a.,11, VslIT l A VniA Mrs. Mary fCiiorrr. widow of the with trojlo,il HtoniM." our wonl tor it. pild out largely over ? 100,00(1 Life Insurance in Hlckinnii and vlcmf- Fnvl Knovrr. died, in Hickman, i lale inM, after a Ions 13, nun is issuing tne ciieapest anil nest policy 01 any regular ino Mr. J. V Morris, lru4- - of (liol Tuesday morning v , CASH She was ouo of the oldIllness Jury tuuil, notirii to Imi kIv'U (A Insurance Unmpuny doing business In this country, Ue solicits J SHOE & nud ritjny'ed ' your patrtiLiige. Call nud see him. . that ho lm nxMtrwl tint money for piy t est residents of Hickman, STOItE, iuu the jiirifi, mul tlny urn nuMtiil to the riiM'ci and txft'vm of all w ho knew her. She whs tlio motlitr ot Ml. Jrt can nt tiicir wini'iiti'iice. WittiiiK and Mrs Sam Hryaut, and ..? tXf A liuiutjioinc linn of I!ulfi)!ii leaves othi r children and rclntivra. The Huiiih mul llix kern :it KIN'U'B. 1'rli'Wi hand of utllietion Hits lic.uily usm this till) lllYUnt. family, nnd the doi'jx'st yitiKithy of all t. IJnTAIILIHIini) 1H.1.-J- , Fiiio Iiicki'iis IIIil Jfiikliw, tho now l'rcsiilina good nsplo is with them in the hours I'.iiiliiilmiiiK Si pi tun ii. IZlilir of tliv t'ulou Olty DUtnot. M 15. of distress. Black Laugshau. Tho finest health Ulmrcli. nnHiclio.1 nt the McthiKlut A Wlconsiii fanner lost all hLs TOM DILLON. Sr Prop'r, Mr Ernest King, undertaker, of lfick icst, add best layers of all. Itoostcrs Uliiirch In thW city. Huinl.iy iillil, nml earthly wiHiltlt, save three unmarried eggs 50c per hotin t having attended a regular courso fl.00, hens Mc, each; iiiiia quarterly ini'eiiiiK', Jioiuiuy nint. dauglittrj, and tliey proiiiised that the , in St. Louis, and receiv- ting of 15. Fir--t come, first sorted. tu (Succvtior lo D. C. Kairigi Jfc'J,) Mas. M. A. McDamel. old man uet nn a "rattle," hcllim; tick-diploma, offers his services to tiie es Tho IlllnnU Oi'ittml H.iilronil Stato Liue, Ky. K. Ii. KINO. ets. the tlin-- ltickv holders to havo the pi ic. corpi of uukIucitii U KiirvcvliiK' girls for brides. The affair w.is a great Marble and G.anite Monuments trom K.wi Omni to Pulton for tlio ESTRAY NOTICE. success, but a gay old married man with They All Haie to Learn. of juitttiiKiii n double truck, which hcncu children Imnght a big batch of, 14 IIXlHt'lwl to Ih) coiuph'lixl Taken up as estray, bv J O Hall, livHOllll) tlmo tickets, won two priois, sold his tickets Vlo I think ho is most awfully rudo. ing iu Fnltou Couuty, Kv , on tho Mon-conext o.ir. to the highest bidder, and made moru How? & Fulton Hnai in Fulton County STONK WORK of all Kinils, Kttoridico Iin.4 uliown tlmt iIikiii.iii money out of th" transaction than Ho Why. tho way ho looked at aio Ky , one half milo north of Stato Ho.ul, v ?&. Pi I HON FENCING, fie, &c. plrvul.tr niiit fonro else Verily this is ait ngeof push I who ilnpomU on w ' n you introduced nun near tho Williuglnm nridge. ouo Bull -- " I toobtoili I'liKuiinri in iViw u nud novelty K'3Tim What uonsensol Why, ho yearling calf of load color, with white f fc X(WHi)h--r publicity U (aunt niiit.iku between tho shoulders, ami about 15 he reelv glaucou at yon. A soug with the Mile. "There's a tho kiuilth.it ourrliN tlio icrcitotit u'ht Fm Don't you know, you silly boy, mouths old. No other brands or marks Sigh ill tho Heart," was scut by a young uuil brliiK't thu IhI tnulc. nro two wnjsof looking rude-l- jierceivable, valued at llixs). Ulven th thero man but thn piKr at n girl, nud that not to look long tinder my hand, this Jau. 28. IfelW. Ojvhithi:s' ii tho plnco to pt fell Into tlie hands of tho girl's father, en ijgh is quite as had taste as to staro J. F. M.wnus, J. P. F. C. nice, hwii'I Ur.iuKKK. lio Vmhh l'lorltlit a ery unsctitimeulal physician, who f X in), out of counten nice. JlL1.,0llH. in eielalmtsl : "What wretched, unsclen-In ii docUion in n ll.illiinl conuly tiflo rubbish i this? Whoever lic.ud ' thu ApNIl.itn Uourt hi'ld Hint it of such n case?" He wrote on llin outYour Wife routriict provlilluciiK'iiliist tliclinblltyof side: 'Mlstnkeu illamiosis; iioslL'hiu! Sighs rein to almost! ii ruilro.ul for low of l'oj.W tr.uiifcfrnl the heart possible. to iuioiIht niilnrul b upiiliiat ptlbllo entirely to thn lungs uimI diaphragm." IS And girls would do Well to remember jiollcy uml therefore vulil. the old physician's Comment. A iti'Kro niiin, dock IiiiikI on tho An old bachelor friend of ours says (leorulo whiUt tliolto.it win corn lit tho Hlckuiiiii wharf, lie is ready to marry when ho call Hud That wo aro : will till this yfr-,sr.'Vl nosii.iy nuirniiiK, fell otr iiui sIiik'c pl.oil: a lady that than 113 years b.llngo Shu must r'.ii i l. i -- i of nor more not bo less mul win tlnmmil, N.imo of thu 100, neither wear u wig nor false than ui.iii not knowu. teeth, willing to do all her own cookHow i:nlUh tho liar of Now York ing, washing, sewing, mending, scrub-- , HEADQUARTERS ii iti'ttinn, you know. Kot onlv nn thu buig, ironing, darning, milking, churnjuiIkoh Koine into jjowns, hut tho lnw ' ing, attend to the Hinltry mid boo iu LADIKS wishing to tlo their SPUING SEWING early yow nni iimihiiIii to don piwns mul tho garden leisure moiuxiils, nnd to have for whM wliuu tlipy iinnear ill ''oiirt. This not less than llvo figures iu dollars. now li.ivo an opportunity to supply tlmir wantb looks liko uvenlnliitf tho lojjBory bmi-nit- Now here is a lino opimrtuuity for some at lady. Who will bo tho first to accept?. 5 iff 5 Xrrsisi Mr. Jesnlo Collins, locnl niilroml Hon. Ed. Walker, editor of tho' g w fow t1nvt olT lust wi'i'k took Clinton Democrat, iu a canl printed In qSs mid vhJltinl his homo Drill' Ninhvlllo, tills issue of the Courier, announces his it Teiiu, Tom rcDorniott, out) of tho candidacy for thu Stale Senate. From bent llrouU'ii on tho K. C. & St. Ii. Ii. 11. tlmo to time, as lie may havo opportund her HOME is tho setting SVI'UIIS. ? Wits iltitiilleJ to t.iko Mr. Uollln'ii plm-nity to meet tlio people, lie foro the elecO I your duty to miuo this setting :w untlllhis return. tion, ho will further ilullno his Hdtioii, . in'iiutltul aa lxwslblo. nud uciiualut hlmlf with the inter-- j gjtT W. h- - DonulitM' .fil.OO Shoos for people. In gen $2.oO, iiuil .'.50 SIkhm for J.IH), lit KICK eats ami wants of tlio Democrat, has. Alter years ot patient attiutinn eral terms ho i A vouiiL' man who astiired tn & Nayi.ou'h Shoo Htoio. ' i Boston woman has acquired a e ,,p ' liioainiity ami ino oxperieneo in puui ft "pwliippr reporter was gc AND A KM GOINO TO Soth Ourllii'ii now nnil liiiiKiiillocnt affairs to make a g.ssl Senator, and isu Usik of fashions that is truly iiui , hotel nt lliukniiiu is ultr.ictinif muuh cioM'i- - gentleman, and as such en it trial on the (Jl'icngo Dally and amusing. In tlio early days of ' Prettiest Furniture clipping plates m I ntlentlou of tho 1M!ovh to thu littlo wo comacud him to tho people. News, l''olliiwinj Is the result of civil war sho legau from "i d TO IT. city uiiiUt tne blurt. Tho slructnro isl fashion paragraphs X3tl 11.1KB' One of thn most influential men in his first assignment: "A man kill until her proposed volume tnodo jm in has now t" nliuost comploto, mul will lu iiuito mi ' public, life twenty ears ago, received a j wonderfully ed hovcnil. It oriiAincnt to thu littlo town on tho letter from a I my asking if lie would not ed a ting belonging tn another reviow tho fads is fancies that odd i" in Our Store i llc'i and City tlud him au easy place. This was his tut) ii. Thn son of the man whose ill liko so many meteors through Huyou Want on ..is tho... -.- Mtsi &c. Ollio Holt mul Hov. J. 0.' reply: "Yon can't bo au editor. Do dog was killed proceeded to whip skies ot tho past thlrty-Avor f"-'- v Kunthlor wem nnitod in umrrlwi nt not try tho law. Da not think of tho the Hutu who killed thu dog of years. There aro tho Grecian bend the Li: AST EXPENSIVE the chignon, the waterfall, tho pulloai k, tho roslili'iipo of Dr. S. K, IJavldsou, in ministry. Let nlouo all ships, sIioim and Abhor polities. Don't man be waa the son of. The man tho crinoline, tho tiny bonnets and the tills city, Bunduy nftcriKxiu, Itov. A. II. I inorohamllso. Ijook nroniut at home, und then look Ho not a farmer or who was the son of the tuati whose Uraly. olUolatltiK. TliubriilolsadiuiKli-to- r practice medicine. be. tho largo bustles, hoops and the a soldier or sail- dog was killed was in rested nti pokes,alcoves, Ouly extremes of Mvlo around hero, and you'll Hurt nioaits of Mr. J. H. Belt, of this county, mechanic. Neither largo to brighten up tho houso wonderwhllo tho urouiu is prominent l'ro or. Dout work. Dmit study. Dou't complain! of the man trim was mul oddities nro used, or tlio cnllcctloii fully. COffCIW, bytcriiln itiiuLstcr of llutherfonl, Teiin. think. None of these aro easy, O, my As illlWGILii would sw ell beyond all propnrtlou. by the sou nf the man ltnmodmtoly nftor tho coroinony tho son, yon havo como into a html world, it is, it is the fiourro of much mirth huppy conplo loft for tho latter place I know of but ouo easy place in it, that whose dog the mini who was Stephens & Smith, whenever sho brings it out as a ''com-pattgTava," HICKMAN. IT..Vr t'ltoiiu 'o 7. x up nwiclHuo, hud killed," I whoro they will ( U tho trap." lllt'UOJHTH LIME, CEMENT,. day. St. Vulontlno'n day, Jndgo Xaylor wiu in 1'iilton, Tne' v:uv sroiiMY. Hiiiwij(,, m - ,,'-,- -. .T .ju tl - p - yv 'y t Can! from ..ji Jj.L. - - Insi Lite, ss?nn?mriiinmn.n rtmmmnmmmmti!rt?wm.fimmi ty jr. (IIVK TIIK OI.I) I.ADY AWAY. i v Sw.-iyno r. 1 ow We Are fl"rfpi And c Builders' Material : K 1 o J'SV Takim it (. LP.&W.S.Oiisonl -S'iiiiTulle. 4 $Z f - a " arc ninny tilings which we not wish to inventory nnd carry over, are making special inducements in every department, aiu oiler d V Grfcat.ftr Rrffifsirts lxr, d than ever before. will pat you & r K - ''waSUfltff -- -.! Mr mai-H.-i- It investigate ! - !,; W. S. ELLISON. -- Miln-me- res-fo- r-- it i ,'. :.""' """h"" 1 I ' sat r ta ""'" i x V Or-Iwi- . i s2e ):Z$ )). u' Wi-.xr.i- i, n 5 I , S?l 1 i 1 . atU pl.K-141- feAZVkPCHS u J v What 'ML tit i Inac-urat- ii c Titt-MU- y dtos-uwi- 9 '99? xos'in:. I i i tn s bmlls-chargii- c - T1- - - Hej-nm- Up-to-lat- e. 0?X BEAL ESTATE 3 quail-llcitlo- AND INSURANCE AGENT. an-liliu- t. I y'V t,QV&&' - ( ili-i- Mi ...New-- . b Spring & A fejffHif I $3.TOSi5J.Sa I'm-.Sui- S HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS, ft- ! - Itiib-ilniiiig- 1 Com-jwnv'- ii e jmr-inh- u floods! I 1im-Ite.i- ll.vl any-Uxl- y rfcrEf.B k - E'iokracn, Hy. gjr t; i y Don't wh: -- YOU WANT Groceries, Wliitc Goods, Laces and Embroideries, Percales and Cheviots, i a Jewel !ss- Forget'53 i BUS! jpimJM amm v IllliiifMJ Covert and Duck Suiting. mm ir oc3.JDQZ"d if Hardware .m9 and Queensware, Fresh Meats r, u f ,,,, Baltzer & Dodds'. fj-- mg&smmm V5Jc5iirT?s Chill Tonics QQb,'&,&yr3 i ItCoUilh Toilet Articles, 3El.o,orte. We Waat Your Patronage I Piim go to tip-to- Lownoy's Candies, Window Glass, Lea:l and Oil, m Ev CuuL-Uourio- u close, uash prices Stoves, Tinware and Groceries 11 as-ulii- il y , I 'H''''' s - I" ., ' ,. &Kxax ' i s 1 "V ... . ivfi-iavV- " miie--.-- .- -- . -- y. ;.-'- a--a. - i ' ' - .., , r - , - r .. iSBSSi ."T.".3CMi : i ; - ',"';-1'-"1- - i '. - ,'.:?. r " i iii'- t " f ,y n,-- , . . . y .j, ,,, aa ftfe" iwwwiFipr Tf his wife has been sick nnd two if children hate died of scarlet f (reran 8" ?1 l i !. . J to cut down tcnuhci' tulu ties To take 40 or SO boj whose parents suppose them precocious ond keep c he bus had a felon on n finger of Work A Mnnrl TrlrV. Ihnl Kftllrd right hand. Denounced perhaps lo- t lie parents from finding out their nils-ukI tM Some fearless Stag rhouMmU of people ay Hood's Bsrri. Dr. Talmnge Asks Us to Assist the calise the paint Is so lery faint Inccuor, to take an empty head nnd fill II, II oti Iters, I Ilia quickly restore the iippetlt'.refruktes. not recognizing the fact that Ihe iur io meet the expectations of pnrcnts Heavy Laden. llio licart, vitalises tlio blood, futvs tlioe Yej it. chaulc himself has been cheated out of who think their children nt U j cars of i!inrp pains, tllrriness lient.v head, tlwt teis used t he putt I wa Jnvin' tae.r way bstk w ngr ought lo be mathematicians mid the tight ingredients, nnd that be ! fcclliip. HooJ's S.iravtrilla lia nsar- - rrl, llrcJ ia is Ms. trMotketl Tank I'aon, Wm Iboulil llrnarr if not tlnd out the trouble In time. r iiirtaphjHlclans and rhetoricians, to nil jvKmioh. Jivi clous power to all kinds of sdicnti was put Kluil N'onla Are as Cold Ualrr scolded at because he seems to lae ttnrk tuccrssfullj t lint great stufllng them oil n the scent ccrnit from the blood, itnd 01 etvtMno Us us ' I tkr jo stage loaTlilml; loul llelu lamed n horse by unskillful sheem? machine the modern school sj stein, Is r.stu Hat taaHgrd on all which la ooe of the viaV extrema ncnknes express mail bags tt the Aerrt. when the horse has for mouths 1ml liittrj arduous woik. l.noournge them CH taly rvutts, were dumnit lint I wan t an use. lar effects of the grip. no lvrIk wuttearned, of hold up I ever expert spu In or ringbone or springhalt. You lit the usefulness and the cicrlastlng-- I tse tli smallpox feel jou hne the right to find fan t nrss nnd the magnitude of their occu- -' scaie. We tnce wuj durin' In this discourse Dr. Tiiliunpi! shotts with n mechanic when he docs III. Do patiou. and when jour children do well America's Greatest Medicine tor the crip, vi tic lull of nauenccrs. Inside an' out. an' ettrt one i them tarried a lull 'f gold dust. how It Is possible to help otlicts who jou eier praise a mechanic when be compliment the Itistiuctor, prnlse the new indtvidooal had e had Ueerd that Hood'a Pills cur " Liter Ills, ts cent trncliei, thank the educator. taken to th' road, an' tli.ufoic makes our arc timlcr the pressing load of fatigue does well? mid cure mill rcsiiousihlllt. The l.'iicottrngc the farmers. Thej come I'ncoiirnge all linnllds by telling precautions Ilrttnril fur lloneaty. Of course, if six or seven men holds up Is (lalatinns I., 2: "Itcnr je one Into jour stores, jou meet tlictri In tie ihriu how many jou hne known with In a small Milan Ju't outside Xotting-haa stage a ain't no use to right, 'cause on!) burdens, nnd to fulllll the law oily markets, jou often associate with the same ailments who got "ell nnd a farm laborer went to the general one shows hxself an' all th' rest ambushes s them In the summer months, not bj telling them of their sunken rt)e rtore, which un kept h an old woman not an' gits lb' drop on)ou. 'Ihcn the) comes of Christ." overstocked with brain, and asked for "a forrard an lakes jour wealth Ktcry man fur himself! If there be go through the land, and tint or asking them whether the color of old ltd) produced pahnd o' baron." 'Ihe We knows "N we gits up a scheme. on I,1 oiiL'inorcpnssengcrintlic stand ou political platforms, nnd ihri their checks U lenllj hectlo or menthe bicon and cut a piece otT, but could not road agents is tuirt.i much aslccred '( loom for If there be tell the farmers the story about 'he tioning cases In which that style of liml the pound weight. "Oh. nctcrmind t' smallpox, so wc takes Uoiib an ole tramp, lifebont, pet in .yourself. pihnd weight," said he: "roe list just wiaps him up in bandages an' hargs out a n burden to lift, jou supervise while Independent life of a farmer, .glung (list use ended fatally or telling them weish a pahnd, so put thcr hacon in t' jailer lUg fiom th' roof f the stage. others shoulder It. You be the digit (lattery where thej ought lo gltc stni how b.tdly they look. Cheerful words scales." The woman confidently placed the ' Jest as we wui rullm' out 'f a can) on we bacon into one side of the scales, while the hears a faimljar nail, an', of couite, pulls while others nrc the ciphers on the palhj. Independent of what? I was are more soothing than chloral, moib light hand side nothingln thctnsehea, brought up on n farm; I worked on a stimulating than cognac, more tonic man put his lit into the other side, and of up course took sood rare to hae good weight. " 'Wat's that ) flier tlag for!' asks a feller, but augmenting jou. In opposition to farm; 1 know all about It. I hnrdlj than bitters. Many nu ininlld bus was wrapping the baWhile the woman with his Winchester at his cheek, a powerful that theory of telflshnosk saw n city until I wns grown, ond I leil 1'nul through the influence of cheercon up the pound wnuht was found, and big feller with a mask on. in my te.M the gospel theory: jou that there Is no class of people in ful surroundings. ".Xah ou see on seems it the man said " 'Passenger's got th' smallpox!' I anweigh pahnd." The swer, in a warnm' tone. one another's burdens, nnd so the count rj who have It harder ard "Hoar je il me fit don't just Knrournglng nil starting in life by pound weight was according! put into one " 'H'al, all )ou pisscngen git out an' hoi' fulllll the law of Christ." who more need jour sjmpnthy than jourselt becoming reminiscent. rale and the man's fist into the other, this jour hau's up!' was the answer, 'throw r.erbody has burdens. Sometimes farmers. Independent of what? Of the merchants, bj- - telling these time only just to balance. The old woman down them mail bags, an' that there express they come clown upon the shoulders, curcullo that stings the pouch trees joung merchants when you got jour mi seeing this said' "Wha, 1 never seed box1' aught so near aforel Here's a red herrin' "1 hem villins took ev'ry bit 'f dust that sometimes tlicy come clown upon the of the rust In the whent, of the long first customer, and how jou sat befor thee honesty, me lad." London Spare nui carried on the stage, an' then th' head head, sometimes they come down upon ruin, with the rjc down? InOcrenH hind the counter eating jour luncheon, Moment!. viliin thought a moment to hisself, an' then tlio heart Looking oier nnj nssein-lly- , cut of Ihe grasshopper, of the locus' with one eje on the door. Kstnbllshrd pulls th' band'ges otl'n th' tramp Then he they nil seem well nnd bright and of the urmy worm, of the potato bug" law j rrs, encourage young lawjers by Bachelor. Itrflcctlon of grins, an' sajs somethin' t' one 'f his pard The dreariest thing is wasted love. telling them the time when jou broke tiers, who pulls a small box out'nhis pocket. cosy , but each one tins a burden to lift, r Independent of the drought that btt'P just plain underwear "'ih' head viliin then ranges his men r.nd korac of them hate more than they up the harxest i Independent of th' down In jour first speech. In winter lingerie is Kstnbwhere they could shoot us down ef we can lift, l'aul proposes A man doesn't begin to love till his to split up cow with the hollow horn, or the sheep llshrd ministers of the gospel, encourmoved, an he dips his knife point in th' become of ogc. You with the foot rot, or the pet horiewiih age joung ministers by merciful examKve never meant to eat the apple; shs box an' then jabs it a half inch inttr th' these burdens Into fragments. tbe ination of theological candidate, not tramp s arm. lie does th same v each an take part of mine and 1 must take pnrt n nail In his hoot? Independent only wanted to taste it, ,'l'Vic more a woman studies finance Hit cv'ry one I us an' then set: nnd each one will tnkc part of cold thai freezes nut the winter (mini walking around with a proftimlltj nnd ' 'Sow. there's no dancer, cen'l'mrn Jtif jours, surer she U that nothing makes a thing so I I Independent of the snow- banket of iou're all vaccinated. At Icr me in' mv lie oilier s, nnil so we will fulfill the In w which he must shotcl himself? Inde- twerwlielmingnrss or manner ns cJesr as a pattern. When a woman resolves lo spread sun frcn's, ive ain't asVeercd f no euiallpox. 1.1 of Christ. though sou were one of the eternal tie Mrs. Applrton, of Iloston, ihe daugh- pendent of the cold wtnlher wen he crers. Doctors established, hj telling shine and happiness around her she begins He uuz t' remove these )cre masks jou by earning a sad, wistful look in herejes would see we it all pockmarked.' " Cincin- ter of Daniel was tljltig after stands thrashing his nmnbedl'ngcrs joung doctors how jou j ourselves once and talking in a low, mournful voice. N. nati I.'nquircr long Illness. The great liiwjcr, after around his body to keep then from mistook the measles for scarlatina. Y. Press. being frosted? Independent i.f the And If pleading an Important ease in the jou have nothing to say that Is FOR PODUNK'S HOTEL. Superfluous I.ttsr, courtroom, on his waj home stopped at frozen ears nnd Ihe frozeu fct " In- encouraging, 0 mnii, put jour teeth 'This copyright law is all bosh," said the dependent of whnt? Fancy ivmers tightly together and cuter them with the house of his daughter nnd went exuberant joung writer. "JtK a scheme to Some Valuable I'nluls Aliunt I'ultlns Into who hate made their fortunes i" the Ihe her sickroom She wild lo him: make money." curtain of jour lip; compress join 1 1 ii Clifiiii tint AttrnctU c "Father, why are jou out to dr.j In this citj and go out in the country t build lips nnd put jourhand oterjmir mouth "I thought it an excellent law " 3lruu. "llah, it's a fraud. I never copvnpht mv rold wenther without an oirrcoat?" houses with nil the modern lnprove-incut- s and keep still. toiies and no one steals them.'' Detroit and make farming a luxu'r maj- The great lawjer went Into the next A gentleman was passing nlong, Kric l'rcaj. lie vt inked familiarly at the landlord at room not need nn solace, but the yeonanfy crossing a bridge In Germany, nnd a : und was In n flood of tear, he paid his bill and in a conliJintial tone "Djlng herself, jet thinking onlj who get their lit lug out of ihe ' and lad rame along with a rage of birds remarked: "1 don't mind telling jou that 1 am thinkof me." Oh, how much more beautiful who that wnj hate to clothe the) fam- for ale. The stranger sold: "How ing of coins: into the notel business nnself Is care for others than this everlasting ilies nnd educate their chlldre and much for those birds nnd the cage?" es. sir, that's so' for a change. High up in pay their taxes and meet the Ir rcst The price was nnuounred, the purchase bought the biggest place for sale in l'odunk, Inking care of oursehes. rlnJ n and mebbe jou wouldn't mind telling me s the wall of the temple of Daalbcc there on mortgaged farms, such men was made, and the first thing the strnn few things about keeping a hotel seein' nre three stones, cneh weighing 1.100 terrific struggle. 1 demand that ger did wns to open the door of the right in the business. There's the tons. The) were lifted by n jou're and politicians fold up their cage, and the birds tlew- - out into the stjle of menu, now; some little points on that might irork. We don't know ever) thing down in inncliliicn that Is now nmong the lost gaseous und Imbecile speeches aliout sunlight ntid the forest Some one who arts. Hut In mj test is the gospel mn the Independent life of a farnur anil IVunk." and the liberation Ibe landlord rubbed the lu!d spot on his rhlncrj. bj which the vaster nnd heav- substitute some word of comfort saw the purchase "What did jou do that for?" brow and tiiougnt a moment drawn from the fact that they at? free said: said the stranger, "I was n cap"Ihere's chicken crogueites," he said; ier tonnage of thf world's burdens is to from clly conventionalities and city "Ah!" be lifted from the crushed heart of the "chicken comes high this tune of ) ear." tive mjsclf once and 1 know how good epidemics nnd city temptations. "I ice." human race. Whit ton and I must it Is lo be free" Oh. je who rememMv most vis id remembrance ufto-Not one in a thousand can tell the dif- need to learn is the spirit of helpful-nrfs.- . In rarlj life, but who ference lietwcen veal and chicken." hood Is of nij-- father coming In n n ber hardships "(iicwhi'hkcns! come bejond those hard-hipThere's a pointer to U'c are sure you do not. crj hot day from the hnn cstii glield hate " Encourage the merchant. If he hate start with sympathize with thoe who sre in the Nobody wants It. llutit comes "Fried chicken co'ts monc). Tried ra'..b:t a superiorstjleof goods, tell him so. If nctl seating himself on the doorsii beFree jourself, help others to many thousands every year. taites like it, and the difference goes into he hate with his clerks adorned the cause he w.i-- too faint to get in ti the struggle! Itcomestotlioscwlio have had your pocket." house, Ihe perspiration streaming from to gel free. (lov. Alexander Stephen show windows nnd the shrltes, comcoughs and colds until the "(lol'y, I'm gcttin' rich alreadj." persisted in hating business matters "(Jim! on toast reads tine on the menu pliment his taste. If he hare a good forehead and from chin, and mi in 'tilthroat is raw, and the lining er trjing to resuscitate him tiiih a brought tou his bedside There wns on You don't suppose tic folks in the citj am business localitj. If he have Intel great membranes of the lungs are the table petition for the pardon of Hab) owls success, If Iter our guests on real quail? inflamed. Stop vour coueh he hnic brilliant prospects cup of cold water which he was too a distinguished criminal, the petition taste so much like quad jou can't tell one when it first appears, and you for the future, recognie all this. He faint to hold to his own lips, vhlle signed by distinguished 4iien There wns from t'other. And out jour va) owls must remove the grcst danger of be thick as pumpkins. 'J hen there's beef not afraid that he will become arrogant sajing lo ti": "Don't be frichlned; also on that table it letter from n poor future trouble. A Of course j'ou'tc heard of the hippophagous and puffed upbyjourapproinl. Itcfore there's nothing the matter. " little woman In Ihe penitrntlarj. written nnd thcorv?" l.rcr night tome shopgolng person w III conic tired, that's all; a little tired "The the what!" since that daj, when I hear pecple signed bj herself alone Djlng Alex"Click' click' Yes, old rarrrs You can In and tell him that hU prices are exortalking about Ihe Independent life of ander Stephens said: 111"You think that buy them bj the bunch of a hundred for a bitant and that his goods nrc of on inso manj limes n farmer I see through the sbnm. because I hate been tone." ferior tpialitj and that his show winand got well I shall get well now, but The man from Podunk turned pale. "1 dow promive of far better things Farmers want not jour flatteries, but sou are mistaken; I shall not recover gaie guess 1 vc got all the points I can remember sympathies. at once, and if jou ever come our way give than lie found Inside, lit fore the night jour nncoiirugc the doctors. You praise Where Is that letter bj that woman me a cill. (iood day Fried rabbit? Owls of the day !n which jou saj encouragIn the penltentlarj ? 1 think she has on toast! 11 i pp on. I reckon I'll call thj ing words to that merchant there will the doctor when he brings you up from enough. As nenr as I can tell line there. Great business, this an awful crisis of disease, but do jou sulTcrcd no be some crank, male or female, who will friends Ilrlng me Hint paanjhow." Chicago praise the doctor when, thTOUh skill-f- she has come luro Ihe sloie and depreciate treatment of the incipient stages of per that I may sign her pardon." A eierjthingatid haul down enough goods disease, he keeps gentleman thinking Ibis Inches I.onu. Onls -- I jou from sinking .too great, n standing responsibility for tin-- stolt The Oat marvel what will 500,000 uch long from the shelws to tit out a fnmlly for ilnnn tn the nvrftil erlst? ThT 1WJ uusli n whole winter without bujlng n cent's "tnan, said: "Ooternor, jou nre terj In vis per acre ciahT 1D;i1 wli rl. ! .SiK-- a fplil djis buz! worth. If the merchant be n grocer. great deal of cheap and heartless sick not- -. Perhaps you had better this notice out and cnd lOcents post- there will be some one before night who aliout doctors, but I notice that the pro wait stops couchs of all kinds. It You mnj feel till age to .mux a SAI.XKI: gki:o c'om- pie who get of! that wit arc the first to d docs so because it is a stronger, nnd jou maj feel belter." l'ANi. 1.A Ci:oSK. WIS, and get their will come into his establishment and send for a doctor when there is healincremedvofcrcat great catalogue anil 10 1 arm feed tumiilc taste of this and taste of that nnd taste of the old goiernor the matter. There are thotewli" Then the power. inismaKesiuneercat- free. inc!udirg llinmus lnerim, the great-ea- t of eterylhlng else, in that waj stealing dashed, nnd he said: "I know whnt I $1 'JOu lib!, In our daj' that doc preventive to consumption. to saj est k. grat on eaith 1'otators all the profits of anj thing that he maj undertake am about." rutting his signature to tors are rrnllj useless. One man pui chase billing three tipple while he llarmlesM Stlutttlnnt. a book entitled! "Fterj1 Man that pardon, he wrote the Ins! word he eter wrote, for then Ihe pen fell Put one of Warwick I read that a 1'icnth plivsician is eating one orange! Own Doctor." That author otigl Ilefote the night of thetlaj when joa Hit from his pale and rheumatic nnd lj Ing has liccn cnndiicting some cry elaborate to write one more book entitled: "Kterj hand Aycr's Cherry Pectoral 'nicstigations lo Ihe most healthapproie that merchant he will haie n Man Ills Own Undertaker." "Oh,"snj loreter Oil, m soul, how brauti ful form of amuei!'rnt or divirsion. bail debt which he will have to erase, a hol.l Piasters over your lungs J0" bours ol some one, "phj slclans i n constant pre's- - !uI ,h!,,,"I" Wiikwirc Ah, and what did hi finally helping some one who had conclude was the most conductre to longev-it- j bad debt made b some one who hits ence of pain net hard !" iv. uc sp'ft r Ihe neighborhood no helper! moied away from ? The most celebrated surgeon of "Dueling." -- Judge Kncourage the troubled bj thoughts A wha!a Metfljtl without giiing any hint of the place of thej last generation stood In a cllnic.i Ihe Ubrarjf Froo, destination. Itcfore the night of the department of one of tho Xew York of release and rrassoclation. Fneour Tii Ctiri- - it Colli lit OnrRny For four crnu a t Umr-- to par nge the aged bj thoughts of eternal day when jou hae uttered encouragnrs Yilliciidjcuuxtetninsalc&l Take I.'itatitp Itromo QuinineT.iblets.. Al. medical colleges, the students gathered vvg&i. Kncoitragc the herds di unguis refund inoncj if it fails to cure. 23c ing words to the merchuut there will be in the amphitheater to see a lery pain- Jmenesceiice. tome woman who will return to his ful operation on a little child. The old man nmld the troughs of sin lo go back Medical Advlco Frao. . Via h tlis rxclnilT t icrrlees of I'roud Jlotlier ;"Oh, John, the btby can store and saj she has lost her purse; surgeon said: "Gentlemen, excuse me to the banquet nt the father's I physicians corns cr tlie most GIte us tones In Ihe major kej I rtiel Father "(iood. walk ' lie can she left It therein the store.she brought If 1 retire. These surgeons can do this la fie United tuiti. Unuiu.l suit long esrlnco tol. walk th' lloor with himself at night, then." it there, she did not take it awaj.she instead of the minor. (Tire us "Corona.nfi r.t ilim fnr irlvinffYmi uralcal as, well as I can, and as I get older It --Tit Hits. tion" inslrnd of "Naoinl." You knows- it is there, leatlng jou to make n1lcc WrU treelT all the irilc-gltes me more and more distress to see ten cars so arsauged that one bate uisrsinyource muwiimrn.. any delicate and complimentary infer, rromM tsIt, without cciu. car The UlRht Vn. ' pain." Aadrcsi going down the hill rolled another car Ilefore Lowell, Msss. "And jousayjouatchotsetteakin 1'ansJ ence that jou wish to make. I'hjslcians have so manj hardships, up the hill Thej nearly balanced each How was it served?" night that merchant will hear that annoy' A la cart, of course." Cleveland I'lain rrarawawwwaa&aalawwwwwwwwalalam other. And eierj man that finds life some stjle of goods of which he has a so many Interruptions, so many Dealer large supplj' is going ou toff ash Ion, and ances, I am glad thej hate so many en- up hill ought to be helptd by thoie who couragements. All doors ojieu to hate passed the heights and are deWlui h is the worse, a joke jou can't see there will be some one who will come them. They are welcome to mansion scending lo the vale. Oh, let us bear the point of. or a point jou can't see the Into the store and paj a bill under projoke of -- Town Topics. test, sajing he bus paid it before, but and to cot. Little children shout when one another's burdens! road, A gentleman In England tiled lcntltig the receipt has been lost. Now, encour- they see them coming down the "I liave heeil troubled a irrrnt lrnl Stricken with Sciatica? St. Jacolu Oil will age that merchant, not fearing that he and the aged, recognizing the step, look his fortune by will lo two sons. The Willi n torpid liver, whtiti produces constipacure. up and saj: "Doctor, is that jou?" ion that stujrd at borne deal rojed the will become arrogant or pulled tip, for tion 1 founl CAbCAHllTS tobooll you claim strike it out and lor taeri and s'uured such rellet the first trial, there will be before night enough tin Thej stand between our families and futliers will and pretended that the that I purchased another supply and was The ruh and the poor have diiTcrect re, pleasant things said to keep him from the grave, fighting back the troops of brother who wns absent was dead and cured I shall inly be too glsd lo recensons for fasting. Chicago Daily News.. ommend Cascarets wbensser the opportunllj imrled. The absent brother after becoming apoplectic with plethora of disorder that come up from their la A Smm J. campment b the cold rler. No one awhile returned and claimed his part V0 S'isqnshannn Are , Philadelphia, Pa. St, praise. A mixed pain has hruic and sprain. men. If jou hears such thanks as the doctor hears of the property. Judges and jurors Kncourage Jacobs Oil cures the twain. CANDY knew how manj nnnojaiices they have, They are rjes to the blind, they are were lo be bribed to say that the refeet to the lame, their path Is strewn turned brother and sou wns no sou nt i e mW CATHARTIC if jou understood that their most f Good adtire to a drunken wife beater: Don't liquor L. A. W. Bulletin. article is sometimes flung out be- with the benedictions of those whom u'i. but only nn Impostor. The trial cause there is such great pteseure on thej hate befriended. tame on. Kir Matthew Hale, the pride One daj there was a dreadful foreof the Fnglish courtroom and for 2(1 Whj suffer so with Xcuralgia? St Jacobs the columns and that nil accurate reTdADf UAn RfOflTTfttO Oil will drive it all awaj. port of n speech Is e.specled, although boding in our house. All hope was tenrs the pride of Jurisprudence, heard that that Injustice wns about lobe practhe utterance be so indistinct, the dis- gone. The doctor came four tiines-th.iThe c!oer msncj is the Inrdcr it ia to course is one long stenographic gues, daj. The children put away their ticed. He put oil his ofllclal rube. He get hold of. Chicigo Daily Kens. walked on tiptoe and nt put on Ihe garb of a miller. He went and that the midnight which finds jou toys, and all nsissnt. Palatable. J'oienu Taste Good, Ha uwu. ivTtfrsicscu. if rnKcn.or (iripe. Uc. 2X. MJC asleep demands that thej be awake, and the least sound said: "Hush!" How to the village where that trial was lo ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... that Ihei are sometimes grouud be-- I loudly the clock did tick, and how the take place. He entered the courtroom Sl.rflT B.a. CaM". rti.t Xtnl, S. rsrl. US I....... ,1.. .. I.....I. i, a..- - ......n ti.tiii ! banister creaked, though we trledito He somehow got empaneled as one oi I ( rcu i.itr ii,iwia .. uiii ir.,t I..I.. Uri.Tfl.BaP 'n,' snilsnsrnnteoltf sIMruf manuiaciones; sicicencu ni uie oncn keep It so still! That night thedexjur (he jurors. The briber enme around. slnjetl all night. He concentrnUc'nll mm the man gave ten pieces of gold approach of men who wont complimentary newspaper notices, or who want his skill upon the KufTerer. At last the to the other jurors, but as this wns only newspaper retraction; one daj- scut to restlessness of the sufferer subsided u poor miller the briber gate to him VTa h to galnihU nnd thdloc-to- r onlj' five pieces-- of gold. A serdlct was report a burial, Ihe next day to report Into a calm, sweet nw cactniDtr. ni titoc if tr lUiiititi. Vkr. 11 ! Ila looked upitnd smiled and snld: The brought In rejecting the rights of this n pugilistic encounter; shifted from I Up loo Tt, l.rJr tlb$zt loo place to place by sudden revolution crisis Ivpast." When, propped upttlth returned brother. He was to have no JvDiLlfhtD'f Uucnmbcrloo which Is liable to take place any day In pillows In the cosy chair, she sat and share in the Inheritance. "Hold, my ' t Ik Tutnatsj, Suo " irlf Dlnnfr Omou, juo our great journalistic establishments; the south wind tried to blow a rosecaf lord!" snld the miller- - "Hold! We ore ' llrillUntHowfrK.e,!- - lln precarious life becoming more and Into the faded check, and the chi.drcn not nil agreed on this crdlct, Th'se ixraaawr fmHh tl.OO. fifHftili, 11X3 Abor19pVei, oMi7fl.ijO, wwlll more precarious If jou understood it brought flowers the one n red cioter other men have , received ten pieces ol nail yon frcr. to rtbtr with our received and hcd Catalotot jou would be more sympathetic. He top, the other n s lolet from the lnvtn a gold In briber-- nnd I haveWheic do Ktrat riant o( bponrvevipt thUiiotlrit A Mo only lite." "Who nre jou? ntTable when jou have not an nx to be to the lap of the convalescent, and, rcntag. e iar'u jor tradaand Mood on a high chair with a brush you come from?" said the Judge en the know w bu f oa one try alzrr'a sharpened on their grindstone. Discuss bcei!rounDTfrtaloniiwltbon ar smoothing her mother's hair, and we bench. wns: "I am from nun uriu. irniBiinFaii isar. in jour mind what the nineteenth cenIh. I'ntaior at fl.VU 9 THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS tury would be without the newspaper, were lold In a tiny or two she might Westminster linll. My name Is Matthew u Ubl.CsuIui. Ion. Jo. JiVL m Jumi i. iiiyiii ssiD io, li ir.ons. niC S Is due not only to tlio originality und and give encouraging words-tall who ride out, joj' came back fo our house. Hale, lord chief justice of the king's kAAA&aiAaiaiA4tAAaaawsaatAAAAfl simplicity of the combination, but also arc engaged In this interest, from the Anil as we helped the old countrj doc- bench. Off of that place, thou vlllnlnl" to the caro and Mtill with which it Is chief of editorial department down to tor Into his gig wc noticed notthatthe And so the injustice was balked, and manufactured by scientific processes so the young man got his Inheritance. the boy that throws the morning or step was; broken, or thehorsesllfTInthe known to tlio California I'io Svnui cienlng newspaper into your basement knees, and we all realized for the first It was all for another that SlrMatthew Co. only, and wo wish to impress upon time in our life what doctors were Hale took off his robe nnd put on the all tlio Importance of purchasing tlio window, garb of n miller. And so Christ took 1'ncournge mechanics. Thej' will worth. Fneouragethem. true and original remedy. As tlio Encourage the Inwj rrs. They nre off Ills robo of rojalty and put on the plumb the pipes, or they will calcimine We will turntsb duplicates ot I.IVK STOCK genuine Syrup of I"gs Is manufactured CUTS or acy otber Cut shown In any bpeo Ihe ceilings, or they will put down the often cheated out of their fees, nnd so nttlre of our humanity, nnd In that disby tlio Cai.ifoii.nia I'io bvitup Co. Imen Uook, at or below quoted prices tor samtk often hate lo tlllnlnous air guise He won our eternal portion. onlj', a knowledge of that fact will carpets, or they will grain the doors, or of court rooms,breathe the so nnd they A.N. KGLLOUa NEWSPAPER CO., usvnt one In avoiding often hate Now, are we the sons of Oodl Joint they will fashion the wardiobe. He not the worthless xa w. 1'iriii hi., ciiiciiiiuiti, o. among those who neiersay nnylhlngto to bear ponderous rcsponslhllltj, and heirs! We stent off from home sure Imitations manufactured by other para mechanic except lo find fault. If he thej hate lo maintain nguiiist the enough, but we got buck in time to ties. Tho high standing of the sharks lii'thelr profession the dignity receive our eternal Inheritance. And has dope .1 Job welt, tell him it is spletl-didp Co with the medl-cuI'io Svnt l ItKADtHS OK T1IH t'APKK t'ont. The book Is well bound, the of li.il culling which Was honored bV If Christ bore our burden surely weenn profcbslon, and the batisfaction llKglltlNIi TO 11UV ANVUI1M1 which the genuine Syrup of Figs lias door Is well grained, the chandelier Is Ihe fact, that the onlj iiiun ullowtd to plTortl to bear each other's burdens. AnVtiitTlsKI) IN 1TB COl.LilNB given to millions of families, makes r ell swung, the woik isgraudlj accom it;iml nu Mount Sinnl beside the Lord BUOUJ.il INpHT LTOX HAVIM1 ilir Iteinrmbcra Hie Mocks, WHAT THKV AHK roil, lIKt'l'blNO the name of the Company n guaranty plished. He not among those cmploj-rr- s was Moses, the Inwjer and Unit the Thtreisniiold woinun in Lincolnshire ALL bUIISTI rUTKS Olt ISIITATIONS spoke of Christ us the udt ocnle of tho excellence of its remedy. It Is who ueter saj anj thing to their who can rvcwll bring placed In slocks, far In advance of all other laxatives, emplojcs eseepi to swear at them. Do Inwjers In their piofesslon of Her name Is Mrs. Marj Smith, but she as it nets on the kidneys, liier und not be nftiiid jou will make thot me- transcendent Importance u profes" Is familiarly known ns "(iiannlc bowels without Irritating or weakenchanic in pulTt'd up nnd arrogant he sion liuuorrd by hating on the bench a an Irk rrllpf ainl rursi wani She celebrated her otic hundred f ur. Hocif of tr.Hmontui rio,usditi Ireitl ing them, and It docs not gripe nor will never again twin! to be seen with hit f Justice Story nnd nt the bar Mr II I r'rrc HI. II. II. t i:fci t, ta. and second birthday recentlj', nnd li nauseate, In onlertogut its beneficial working tiprnti or In shin slieu-i-. for llnfi.s Choate pi ond of her pipe. effects, plcusu remember tlio name of before the night comes of lli.it daj Krcoiiinge the teueheis In our pub-li- e thu Company 'a nhen jou pmlM- him time will be "He thought his plays would elerats i indiums nnd VJKla hhtKt Alt lUt f AILS. Inwiiill brought sgalnsl him bi cause he voorh t'uiniH'iisntcd. tletl Uinjd kyrup, Twics liood. Cm In till the cities the stage." CALIFORNIA FK1 SYRUP CO. hold br drv.rlns did not finish liU wntk oi toon n he "And thv raerily oepiei tbi hen there roirrt a fit of economy on A r'lUM'IU'O, I's!. laUKialLUZitJiaSZalBH ftroroliefl it, forfrtiful of th fact that t the part of ofNclnW the Am thing to tic," N, V. World, LVVHTJkU, K;, HE TP iifc.T, After the Grip cxl USELESS STRATAGEM. ANOTHER'S BUlt DENS. i.uisalwnjs J c, rJ I Hood's Sarsaparilla tet Qilur-scekcr- pas-tic- 1 "b.tcr, How llr Writes Them, THANKFUL TO Ml.S. PINKIIAAT. I am surptisrd lo learn that the jounit man to whom 1 have been talking writes thoso brilliant and profound articles which nave catiieu so niucli comment," said tht fair stranger to thenatlte. Bnrnoot Wordo Prom Womon Who Hnvo Boon Rollovod of Btxokticho "Does he claim that he writes them!" asked the native, Mrs. Plnkhara Wurntj Aaalnat Noaloot "lie gtve mc to understand so. Im't it truer uRri." replied the "IP"' '.'.'.'. It' ,lruc name. "He writes theni-fr- om dictation. Ilea pruate secretary and amanuensis to I lmvo been thankful Dbaii thousand times, since I wrote the man who composes them." Chicago you, for Mn. I'lNKiiAit : whnt . your Vegetable Compound has done for me. 1 followed your nil- lost. vice cnreltillj-- mul now I feel llko n illlTorcnt person. .My trembles were iincK- ncue, neniinciie, nervous tired llrttnnl of ?i:t),000 llltrrnl. menstruation A wealthy lady recently lost n Kttihel con- reeling, painful taining je els worth MuU.OOO. and nowodtTs nnd lcucorrliirn. I took four bottlcsof Vegetable a reward of .M,(S0 cash to the fmdi r 'I lie lino box of I.Uer loss of health is far more munis than the Compound, Fills, und used onn pnekngu of lo of Jewels, and jet It can bg retiiterrd big without A little moncv Sanative Wnsh, and nm now w ell. Inserted in Hosteller's Momarh llitterswill I thank you again for the good restore strength to the weak, tmtify the ou have done for inc. Hi,!.. Ik blood, rstablnh rrgtilanty of the bowcfsanil Inr.NNMi, llast ltochcster, Ohio, help the stomach to propel ly digest the food Groat numbers of such letters res taken into il, the nbovu aro conslnutlj' being received by Mrs. I'lukbniit from woWnrneit. men who oho their health nnd "Ain't you worried about the trusts?" hnpplticvt to her ndrlca und asked the nervous man. medicine. aWt Is aaWWWrfa VTcrtl1 .the Mrs. I'iiiklmiii's address K"iB cilUen. ...'.'0'" make trouble If they thej'll have to stand I.yuti, Mns.. Her advice Is ofof it. 'k!r share published I'e done my dutj. I fered freo to nil sufTerlnu women wrote and a card calling their atwho nro puzsled about themtention to whither they arc drifting, and asking them please not to do so. and now, selves. If miii have backache tlon't negif they persiit, it's their own fault. My lect ft, or trj' herolcnllj' lo "work conscience is clear." Waihlngton Star. It down," you must reach the root of the trouble, and nothing will si too llanaril St toil do this so safely nud surely as The rcadeia of this p.tpr will le plcaset egetnble I. Villi Ik l'iuklinm'n lo leal n Hut there 14 t bust one dtcadrs Compound. Is accomdiseuie that science has I ecu able lo euro u panied by it Ilnchnchci lot of other nehec all its starts, mid that is luUnh. Ilall'i (.atatih I me is the only ;oilUi- - uiu nnd wearying sensations, but Iteinore tho entise of theso kiiowu to the medical frnteiuit). (atarili thev nearly nlwnvs come from the siimn source U'liig n constitutional disease, rrniiiies s distressing things, and you becomo well nnd strong, Mrs. S. J. Sivansox, of her rxiicrk'iice in tho following letter: toiutittitloikil treatment. Hall's t'ntirih Gibson C'ltv. Ill,, tells Cure i taken internally, acting directly "Df.VU Mus. FlNKilAil. lldforo using vour inedlclno I was troubim w Ith. I' I oil the IiIimmI mul iniictitis siirfitce of Urn hendacbe nnd mv buck itched mi tltrtl I could not rrst. Your ineillclnu l the best) I have eter uneif, Il bits rttlinrcd mo of my troubles, and I Vvl llko myself ngnliifl Mslcm, thrrcb) ileslrm mg the futiiiil.itum of tile iliMMim-- , mul giting the utlknl I Intuitu tti l.t tun ii. I would lidviso nnr one Iroutded with frmalo wenknt-trrnalh li) litiihlin up llir constitution and lo take sour medi astistuig nattne in lining its work 'I he cine. I shnll nlso rectiminend It wherever I enn as n great reliever of pain. irnirirtors have mi uiutli faith in its curs lite otiris that the) oiler One llmiliid A Million Women tlnxc Hcon Hcnefltetl by Mrs. PinkhomN Atlsitc onil McdHIne Dollar for ant (,ic that it fail to tine hmhI fur !tl el testimonials Address I' J Cheney A Co . Toledo, 0 SiM lit Diiiivim, ;.v Hall's I'uuuli Fills are t tip best aS::::":sfci:::::fia . rrw-.itil- :::::::6 SSI"""1 '" stssH I mjmiimammp Siinml I.nalp. ieen dollars fcr a ptir of ejeglasses? 1 can't see it, sir Optician- - Of course not, sir If jou tould jou wouldn't need them -- Jewelers' OM Gentleman Weekly. oi A uf save Iery et9ftdMe everybody you know to their tin tags for you saj-lug- er west. iijOYOU 4 I l'e lonsisipiiOi.? - Semi monthly excursions to ihe south 'Ihe greatest opportumu to visit Umpire slate of the I tiion. uti paralleled a to resources an.! produdiand with an area esrreding all the Krstrrn and Middle Elates Ihe staliiicai itKirts of products, ss compile! b the comtn icneri hating the of l'esas, mdiiMtf this memn greatest kmiII adtantagrs in its mill and Miiil!e clinute and in the tariel) and pro ducliteticss of its sod For lurthrr uifur nation, descriptive isitftpfclcts and dates nf llowthcr, Dut. I'. excursions, l'l to II. A., Cincinnati, O l.ntt llutea In ttir stlsannrl, Kiinans A. Trias llnllwnr. Trtas, the The Tin Tags taken from Horseshoe, "J.T.," Cross Bow, Good Luck ami Drummond Natural Leaf will pay for any one or all of and this list of desirable and useful things yon have your good chewing tobacco besides. in in, woman and child in Ametica can find something on this hit that they would like to hate and aim hate I Kl 1, i Wntc jour name ami addrciJ plainly and tend ever) tag jou can t to us -- mentioning the number of the present ou want, Any assortment of the dilfcicnt kinds of tags mentioned abate will be accepted as follows: ssrs ) t MjhS IVn, qiuml litugs, It Alsrm CVxl, smWI, umii4 SxuSr, (vj 30 Crti. Iutll tiet! Cm SOD wtl t iW ml , Uiiul II Sli Kojru- 1 3 Scims, itytS, l.'l Ml I Mk 7) KimtsshJ I isl, i.i ei,S Nit lSpi I r M, , ft alt ssl I'vef. 0 Ks SMlr Mtl. sua M Ctl. ujlt iuiis Sms ml Itlrosr. IIkibms. M . Sift. 11.1. h6Wefw4. S4 W .N . s, Ileauty may be only skin deep, hut the nghness of lhoe wha say io general!) goes to the backbone Town Topics I'iso's cine Jsa 1W rI t lllake - .Mrs. . CMre is a wendriful Cough mfii . l'wxrrt. an Siclen and es , llrsokljn, N. Y , Oct id. bi Ks-s- While lau are hepim for better Hunts it is just as well te ktcp those you have n good repair Puck. SlilT as a riaktr sere as a boil cobs Oil will relax, soothe, cure. I MtS l9 S nifr, 1 S Stf-O- llall MI i K. lntrl. l.tntlsiw.U4 S II, Mi)m( l2i 'Kp KiMS."lUa II lUtv mi KmS. "Khn kutttr," HKllUUt SKrv ' Ktts kWf" SwKk, U 11 N l4m uSir ( '" 1ft Ml II 0 to M 94 TI Sl, N. 4 4mm. IUlf. uie 10 M Tel Stf, inH i)ISist, Wl lH TmS-tfiMSUtl 90 teal lu UC VJ ers St Js IS T(S W NmI t il, ws, i ,lv.l I..S.I WiHti. MM Mttsr M K W IS S4MC St Smv. Sltl Ustl, 1 iy ef, hfJ.ir )tfrUMI, mK InO ml IVti.t4.tf ,i.lri.u)rf, swtSi tuiSsf k M The work sf a carnage whrel neterbecmt until it's tired. Chicago Daily News thus heirs te aches snd puns Jacobs Oil's the doctor. II l' IT 1 ' It., MrtaM( tlitr. sn tbtt i, ulur, n ICO 31 is,i IIjmIUK aKK. 1 deary ciorai sooth-inlan- Ker St no wi. ' .Ml. lis) tfs wind sih! ft, (iii'ifi-- XV) fowl !" Vctiu uIhi( iilitf, ims- - ti 13 liv Ha' OuHst lit s.hVufsl. l.l J kilW WhhIwmw Stmh fnM. aawtls Krrl.f.fhXUH-,.lM- I ttMlxii I'nt VXQ tl lfftl. Ksrsnwi I l'i) I f til IW)i.h POOKS Mtn4t4 ss.lr. UiVs SO mS ff KSff o wv A, if.il Hi 3ld X") s. Utl fsi't 1m4, ( araKtivnt UM 49 Isft Mth. - hotel-keepin- Times-Heral- ul as lie can. The little don alwajs tries lo bark as big I.. A. This offer expires November 30, 1099. Address all jour Tagi and the correipondence aliout Ihem lo w. llullttir. -- b. ll. L Damp wrathrr brings Ithrumatiim Jscolis Oil brines tha cure, prom.M!) St DaUMMOND BRANCH, STAK VLVG lil The most of man's eententinrnt i due to his igcorance. Cbieajs lUi'a Xttrs. THE MARKETS. CISriSIATI Jan 31 . I 14 I.IVK STOCK -- Cattle renirmn 11 10 I . ,j ie tnilf Drrv ft .1 s T i Ioi;mm1 lighl. TAl.VK la rsihI heav) . . 1 0 & 3 M IIOC.S- -( oaiss 3 nt 0 Mlse1 parhr-rs- . I.thTbl tlHiers Is, MII.KI'- - t'lioVe -. s te s s I.AMII-ril)l'll--luirrramlz ift ft i : nnj-Ihlu- g ce ui I. & M. NATUHAL tEAF PLDG CLUTER I'LUG CORNEU STONE VIVO SLEDCi: 1'I.UG SCALl'INC KNIFE PLUO LiUSOIO'lT c MVICItX 7jxw-.vc".''.-v.",'i"..iwvtji- . Iffwfiffflffffffflfffffil Not Made by a TRUST or ! COMl"V, M.tittilni Hirer. .'OltACeo i?i.'.t-.str.JiHi.OQu St. Louis, Mo. SLEDGE MIXTURE SMOXIHG I..,.-!..!- ' ill If 5') ii 4t. COMBINE I. Nu. lorn-N'- Iml o new ? ' s poit-i3- ome-stead- ciQln-u- tfiwr-tuultl- rilOVlSIONit Ms j rk . . . . I.snl .... HL'TTKII-Crio- lce rtalrr Prime lo rholre crmmtrj lo AI'ri.l"Cliolw bhl lanrjr.... . i'OrAlOKS-l'- er . .. CIIR'ACa Hl.oril-WintUH.MV-U'hrer sl Data. N. I lte-No- .S II s - I'rlino la rholr 1 roincl ... . ...... d i J I 3i 3l r ftrl II is il . Q 2 O O O A Q Q O Q WHAT BRINGS RELEASE FROM DIRT AND CREASE? WHY, DON'T YOU KNOW? 8 g Es l vt 1 I SA x It C w T o roil.S'-N- Nrwl CblCiiffii spring... a Scv wilenl Ko 5 iiM. . .. i ii ft fo T lltTo t ;HBaamwamk l'OKK Mess I.AKII Meam NKW YORIC Fl.OUIt-Wlnlrriutenl Nu t Jl'liJ. ?t, &. t J I c iesaVvsijftafiauattia.kasiaMntffMBai I 31 rFfllilTAND ' 3 TO t APOLIO ORNAMENTAL Sm!' u h so aiu vi m 4 10 y n B Laif M1K.AT-- Liv (Olt.V UV- J- No-- Siril mlifd i Si ft U 10 OQ 01 I1 OA1S Miirtl I'OIIK New Mess I.AItl-Wesicra 7RES AT RCASONABLE PRICES. si trit BEST NOVELTIES IaorlftiT I :nlratsM t'jtUu tti ELLWANCER & DARKY, MOUNT lllll'lt Nl USI'OII'S Uiwhuk, N. Iin.-nlall. "r. i.f R"i and frgrrfn. iiaruj e'lanij. In cttAirrat rnllecllwna ''"' 1 ', ciimhinf I'iTOfiiC ri.nt.. Amrrttm. r.r. V. MIO HAI.TIMOilK I'LOtfU-rain- com-r!tl- y iKuirrrn 1 Leal (Virn -- Misetl Oils Na J while r lte- - No S Western CATTI.i:- - J'trslouality HOOb Olt A I- N- Whrat-- Na Com-N- CHAIN llr Isinllr heat . ... .mmnr IS ftlW 7, nY'U'ESTCK LOADED" m,t Jits f)H01 kiW C3MEU TVt, S I tVW Br lo Pacific news-pape- Wesiern ISDIA.N'AI'OLIS. a 4 4 10 ii i li TI Vt clab-otat- UKAIN-Wheal- t mlinl Oals- - Nu 2nilicil I.OUISVII.I.U KIX1ITH Winter patent J S red.. . ,,,, Corn Mlinl. Oils Mixed s LAItUSleam 3 -Na rOHK-.Mes- i lisp BVAlLTIIt H Coast (JtAMPIOS'SllOIJ. 7J (ft 4 (I) tft it It T4 40' iU JlWJAMletiAPeSTALGSO. rOS IS2 HU kWiTPUlD QTAlMUt. WiirSITR HtPLUINGBMS UIO (0 MJ Tho Oront Durllnirton, with 100. vnrlnblo b 8, oxoolB nil ? rout othora. F0R14CEHTS1 wl-1 M Jfczh - Utitudh' SijMrf After- Effects grip: f the is ducted Excursion Pcrsonollv Con- Ifffwl to rjulirornliiaai I'ticrot Sound wookly from St. Louie, OhloaifO und Knnaiin City, tia soonlo Oolorndo. vlftUlllliiifu Northwoot Tho Strong Line to Montami, Her-th- e b ttivMssvvmwivnwwiwnl LIVE ST06K Or.Villiams' Pink Pills for Pale Peoolc will drive every trace of the poUonous germs from ine syaiem, uunu up ana enricn me oiooa result. relapse. its victims are always left In a weakened blood impure and impoverished! condition nerves shattered. Pneumonia, heart disease and nervous prostration are often the Grip l b treacherous dlsewe. You think it cured and the slightest cold brings on a. Sound, Diivliifr CO to 6 00 inllcB Journoy from MlBaourl Vnlloy. "'"""LW.WAKELEY, Puut ," . O.P.A., Bt.LoulH.Mo., 'orustratodpam-phlots- LIVE STOCK and strengthen the nerves. A trial will prove this. Read the evidence! ,n'ti?n,,h.e Main orier-eire- Cam-Fohn- lj 1 Hi-b- nDnDcvnDiciveiyi'" itlt, H Hul-lott.- C - er'P,la,t vlslletl litis socllon llennnn H.Eveler, rtU, Jell. run, Mo., u and In; dor, wuioue of tlio tlctlms, uml lis li.ia since l.eeu trciuLleil with the of llietllsouse. Aionr ui;o Ills lieallli l.o. pan to full, anil lie was uhllsnl to Ulseontlniio ttorl;. Tliul lie. litis Isnlniuatn miracle. "I trnslroublej Willi shortness llosas: ol briitli,iwlptatlnii ofllio ucartnnit u csneral debility. My IjuoIc ulaoimlnrilmoscteicly. "I tried ono doctor ufmr unotlior und miineroiis rrmetllra suggested by my frlsiids, but tvltliotit omiarent bciielll, and Iickuu to glVB iiulioiK). Tliou I saw Dr. Williams' I'lnlc rills lor I'alv I'eonle eiUillnd In R Ht. Louis Imner, und lifter tleclilod to Kit tbrin atrlul. "Al'l u.,ln' ib" "r,t 1,ox ' f11 wonilerfutly relieved and trassatlarlrd Hint lUo pills were ptittlnt; tno on tlio rood lo Iboulilttro moreboies uiiilrontliiiiedlnktiiirtlipm. "A Iter taklni; four boxesof llr.Wlllliims' 1'lnU Tills for l'uln I'eoplo I iim rosiorsd to good lieallli. I fiel Ilka rt new man, and liavliig tlio will sml energy of my former ilnjs nlurnnl, lain . enpa liloof r.ioisollnir mv Imslnessttltli 'Ilr. Wllllitins' I'lnlc ('Ills for Tula l'roplaaro rt ttniiderftil riiadlelrio and liny ono sntterlnir from IIih of tlio Krllj will find Unit tlicao pills urn lli eelfln." 11.11. Kvki.kii. rtKiirdliiK tills If Jlr.elor wlllcliidly answer nny InquiryJrQixtnn Oly, Mo. stamp It cnrloieil nimChlt Li. IKmotral, Look lor the (till name on the package. At drugglstl or direct from Ihe Dr.Wllllams Medicine Ca, Schenectady, N.Y, 50c. per box. 6 boxes $2.50. lints-lUutlo- n Inrreast-dnmblllonuacr-rircct- s Jut soawn In nay Ipse-tm- ta Hook, at cr batow quoted pclcaa (or asms. A. H. CUTS. XjXVIU sjtook tJV'X'm or any othr W wlllfuralali duplicates Of Kellogg Newspaper Co- yiKtrolypsri anil fclerrulrrfrs. J35 W. Plftll St., IMIATI. latkaimlr lurerurolnthoiiurlil fur Chranls rra, llaun Ulrrra, Hrroruliiua IMrrra, !,,""pr,,T .1. vr , sncl all Yrl-"""- " VI. Ilmili CO., HI. I'uiil, Slinn, A 1 frnu Nulil by Al.l.ll.N SiriHI'IMIj itrnsslsta. Inir an Oirrlnnit.".!'' t'luti FREE! A. N. WATCH ;ill nlekelnmulil ltclhunlln-suruiin'.-ii- . nioiiruiio siart ii hum fur iiartlii-'- . ui r.iu.Anii .mvi.i iin.v pin l ruurUi-- ral. , HANDSOME K.- -U rit 1740 iVlIt:, Itlease staU ttfct itw "wnr MutHbi4tri tTt 'lis lilTl.Uyuo jiuxtUlltLBH l- - IXTHI&XTW