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SALE BILLS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, 8tmlnn Hll a Trice of Subscription, $1.00 JAa OEOROE WAIMIKN, : I Edltr. WEARN, i Assistant Editor. ESTABLISHED 1859. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, K$., FRIDAY, MARCH THREE TOWNS CAPTURED. Gen. Wliettonl l.ln.t In OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY. Fr ENVELOPES, t LETTER HEADS, ETG, ETG sjch. us. ' VOL. XXXIV. NO. BEFRIENDS 1 - 17. CAX-X- . and '.' Ilhd. clielr round and round imd tlift the w.ittl. of Lake Mil ran were ant drink t linn louuil beore the) xwoop (ip'ili that bitter ami they leader cut oft the lirniich of a which Ihr.y nre alining for. And If Iht-lmt dbcouire to far Ikix been awiiiglng eel to In tier iirtl threw that hrancb Dr. Talmnge Draws ft Contrast ro'iiud and toiintl, thli moment It drop Into the wuler, and It became tweet mid tlriilphl on )our brat, and nk the slaked the thirst of the sutTerlug hot? Selflshnesi and Kindness. itietlun) It .tniir lire beiicdlctlnn to Are we with n brnneli or the tree of nlettlnp life sweetening nil (he limkl-l- i founother or nn linblltttlAcnt, wormwood? tain thai we can touch? hnnlit Mnkr tbr World a I'lrnianl or a curie, u bnUnm olr; aare tnorulng Some of ) tin, I Know, Dear Lord, sent! Uf all out on thli I'lacr-Srnttruf Wurimtoo "" Man Sml )oti are making thr dawn- mln-lnAll a round tin Imblltercd litres Llk-ntu.Wtlltx Arc I fe of yoUr children brlpht with ing ) Imbltlrrrd by pertrctitlon, linblt . Una, (Tracloiu Iiifliicnre , and you are beamtired by hyprrcrlllclnin, Imblttered by ing upon all the opening enterprlie icily, Imbitlrrrd by pain, Imblttered of phltnpthroplc nnd ChrlMlan rndeav & lujiiktlce, Imbltterrtl by sin. Why Tlir contrast between n life of ami if life uf klutlnisa Is Mt or, and you nre hernldt of thht tint go forth and stteeten them uy foith by Dr. Ttilmagc while dlscdirs-In- day nf potprllntlon which will )rt mlleri, by Inspiring ttonl, by benefae upon the, bnlefnt character of n Hoot) nil the mountain and tulle) of tloii, b) hearty counsel, by prayer, rouqiiernr of odlcti time! ttxt, Iter our tu nrcurteil earth. Hall, morn-In- " by gospelied bchatlor? Let u re . in. Ill "There fell n print ktarl Keep oii thlulng with en member that If we arr wnrinwood lo rlntton slnr from licntcn. burning ns It t.err; cqilmgciuent'and Chrhtliin hopr! other wr nre wormwood to oursrltes, t 1uiui, mti! It fell "J""1 the lliirtl nrl .Home of )0it are etenlug tlam, and and our life will lie littler nml otirrlcr of the rltrr nntl upon the fouuttilnk jou nre cheering the lnt ilay of old nlty bitterer. The (Impel of .leans nf water, and (Ik; ilame of the lar r people, and, though a cloud tometlmr Ihe only werentng power Christ fulliil Wormwood," coint otcr)ou through the 'itcrtlloii- - that I Mifllclrtit. it sweeten the dl nil ck ami Low th, Thtimn Scott. 1 ,w.,. or, iiatiMahlMi Lt otw audi i.llUnLll.w.Tlrn-:iJiJtfliur.t - niiirnTlKrn't-'- only for a fmKl eei7n'nrer"If',"t't elelitim) ttrrlotlS jtffll tny tnsi nicnt, nil the star oon comet out in protlilcnrr) It weelcn"''ajIcclloii; the tnr Wormwood of my text wain clear again and I teen from nil thr it twrrirli ilrnlli; It ttteetcn tirr.i type of Altlln Mnir of the Huns, lte lialconlrt of the neighborhood, 'Ihr thing. I hntc lirnitt people ntkril In wh so called Isrcausc he wns lirllllnnt obi people will forgttr )nur orrn.tonnl social company) "If you could hate n a star, and, like wormwood, he thorlcomlngf, fort lie) themteltr et Hirer withes grat Hied, what would your eter) thing he tnuchetl, We rrnt timet lott their patience with )0.l three wMic be?'' If I could hate haw studied, the Stnr of Hcthtrhcm when )ou wrrr )oung, nnd prrhap three wishes met, I led you whal they ami Hit-- Morning .Slur of ltet elation whliprd you when ) on did not drrrrtc would be. I'lrrt, more of thr grace nml the Star of retire, but my Milijcct It. u 11, rtenlng ttarl Hang on the of (iodj rreond, more of thr gracr of call us to gur nt thectar Woiuiwood, darkening tk) ) our diamond coronet, find; third, more of thr grace of Hod, lie called "llrll and my thiine might Hut are an) of y on the il.tr WormIn thr doorway of my brother John, liaut lllltenies-- ." Do )ou trold and growl from wood? oner h missionary loAiuoy Lhinn, there inofe extraordinary character bis thr throne paternal or niatrrnal? Are ttat a tree called thr emperor tree, the lory doe. not furnish than tlili nun )our children .rrrlnitlnpl) peeked at? two characteristic of which ate that It Attllo. the king of the Hunt. The rr )nu alwn) er)lng "llnthl" to the ahv:tyn grow higher than It sursdnr) goes thut one day a wounded tvlft feet and to the rounding-, and Its leaves take the form mrrr) tolrr and hrlfer came limping ailing through thr liiughter which eccalonally trlcklr of a crotvn. If thl emperor tree he Held, and a hrtdsiunn followrd Its through at wrong timet inW It planted besldr a roirbusli, It prows a bloody track on the pro, to see ted b) ther.t until the) can hold It little higher than thr biishtind spread where the lirlfrr wns wounded, and nn longer, and all thr barrier hunt out nbot e It a crown. If It be planted went on back farther nnd farther im Into unlimited guffaw and cachlnna-lion- , by thr stile of another tree. It grow a ill he eame In a stord fat In the a In thii weather the water ha and spreads earth, the point downward, i though trickled through a tllght opening In little higher than that treeHod that this ahoti it n crown. Would It hnd dropped from the beaten, and the mild.tm, but afterward muke religion of Christ, a more wonderful ngnlm the rtlgr nf Ihls sword thr wiiler and wider breach until It cirrlr emperor tree, might otershadow all hrlfrr hud lrru rut. 'I he h.tdimnn all Iwfure It with Irreibtlble frrthel? your litrs! Are you lowly in ambiup that sword and prrtcnlcd Do not be too much offended at the iullid tion or clriiimttnncr. putting otery nil It to Attlla, Altlln tald that word unite jour children now mnkr. It will It crown? Are you high In talent ard must hatr dropped from thr beaten be till enough when one of them I. position, putting otrryou it ciown? from thr pru-of the pod Mart, and dead. Then ton would git e your right Oh, for more of thr saccharin In our IU Wing pltrn to him meant that At' hand u hear one ihout from thr ailrnt of the wurmwood! tila should conquer nnd gotcrn the tnler or cne atep from the Mill foot. litrs andIw Iris What trttr of Inditliluals Is true of whnlr earth. Other mighty men have You will not an) of ton hatr to wait delighted at being called lilsT-ntnr- vrr) Ion before your home Is tiller nation'. Hod set them up to rerolte or the Mrtclfiil, or thr flood, than )nu want It. Alat, that there as Mars, but they mny fall wormwood. but Attlla called hltmrlf and demand arc to many hornet not known to the Tyre thr atmosphere of thr desert, id that other call him Hthr Scourge .society for the Prerentlon of Crnilt) fragrant with spires coming in rnra of Hod." toC'hlldirn.wherrchildrennre whacked tans to her fairs; all was cleft Into At thr brail nf 700,000 troops, mount- and eulTed and ear pulled, and itir-li- . foam by the keel of her laden mer ed on rnppatlnrio.it hore, he iwepl called to order, and antwrrrd chnntnirn: her mnrketn rich with camel from Togarmnh; rtrry thing from thr Adriatic to thr fharpl), and tuppreed, until It I. a horc andfilled with uj.holilery from Hlack tea. llr put htr Iron hrel on wonder that tinder tuch proerue the) the baar Dcdan with emerald and coral and Marribmla and (irrece nnd Thrncr llr do not all turn qut Sana Sahib! made Milan nnd I'atla and I'.ulua What i tour Influence upon thr ngair from S)rla. with mil rs from unit Verona beg for mercy which he neighborhood, the town or the ell) of llrtbon. with embroidered work from bet towed no), fl he ll.tantlnr cn'ltrs tour rcldrncr? I will tuppotr that Ashitr and Chllmnd. Where now the In inret hit rulnou leij. put up at ton are a ttar of wit, What kind of gleam of her tower? Where the roar urtlon mttvttr .liter tablenaud votrt tr,t do )ou thoot forth? Do you uir of her chariots? Where the mavis of bet of Mjlid pold. When a city ttni cap that tplendld faculty to Irradiate the her ships? where the fishermen who dry oner shr itood. let the were world or In rankle It? I blr. all thr their net) lured by him, thr Inhabitant upon thr barrenness-wherbrnught.oul nr.il put ihtulhrrrrlaife. apottollc rollege of bumorlttt. The sea that rut he challenged the admiracould TlirllrU'la..klliiMr wlmeiiTUt tnrar man thatI makta me laugh I my bene; tion ofonce shr all'nntlons. let I lie barbarian, under factor. do not thank an) body to ftrinf, mint Iminnllatrtj Attila or Im; butchered; the trcond make me crt. I can do that without who art their rude tent whrrr once her glittered, antwer thr .ues clam, the beautiful women, were made atitrtnucr. We all cry enough and tlonspalaccv was She star but her rapt I tot to the Hunt; thr third clnii, hatr enough loer) about. Ocxl l)leall sin turned to awormwood, by and own has Willful pointer, all rcpartrclM, alt the nped men and women, were robbed fallen. and let po I'acV. to the propoundcrt of ingeuloutconiindiumi., if Hundred gated Thelieo, for all time all tliiuc who mirthfully mrprin-i- t lily to pat hcttvy tnx. of to be tlir study of the antlquartnn and with unutual juxtapotltlon It wn. a common a;lnp that thr prni tirtrr prew- - where the hoof of word. Thomas Hood and Charle hleroplyphlsl; her Mupcndnui ruins Attllti'i hnre bad trod 111. nrmlr Dlckrn nnd S)dney Smith hadndhlne sprrnd oter 87 miles; her sfiilplures rrildenid thr wntrr of thr Seine and mittlnn, and mi hare their tucert.nr In. presenting In figures of warrior ryid with which the the Mntrllc and I lie Ithiue with thrr lime. They Mir Into the acid chariot the tlrtnrtc of I'p.tpt ihook king mid foupht on thr Catalonl.in brterage of life thr tarcliarlnr. Thr) pluin the flercekt battle, ilncr thr make the cup of earthly exIMrnce. the naliunx; lirrobrllsks and columns; world Klood900.000 dead Irft on the which It tomrtlmetttalr, elTrrtctcennd Knmnk and I. uxor, the Mupcndoiui Ihey placate antiuoKltlet. temples of her pride. Who can Imagine lirld. On and on unlit all thntr who bubble They foler longctll). The) May fob thr greatness of Thebes in thmrda), him with nriu Ij iiniltt not oppo when Ihr hippodrome rang with her In prarr. lie nnd abturdltlr which nil the pii'trale on their fa-of nil the pulpit cannot rrnch. sport nnd forrlgn royalty bowed nt thru u cloud nf duM war teen in the illttnner. and n bi.hnp cried. "It i Hut what ur are you making of tour her shrines nnd her avenues roared the ntil of dud," and all the people wit? It It betmlrched with profa'nll) with Ihe wheels of procrulons In Iho tool, up therr.t ; "It It the aid of (.oil " and uncleannctK? Do)ou rmplo) It hi wukr of returning coniuerorH? What A thr cloud of diltt wat blown uldr nmutrmrnt at ph)lral defect for dashed down Ihr tlMon of dial lots and the Kinmr of rernforrtnp armlen which tbr fiction, arr not rrpontlblr? temples ami thronif? Nhnt hnnds upon Ihr m.inhiil In to lielp npaiu.t Attlla, Are )our power of mimicry ucd to pulled riithlrsMii-s- columns of hrr glory? defaced her sculp pill religion In contempt? I fin bunch What "the Scourpe nf (!od." The tnoit nrrurrrnrew he uicd ao a of nctlletome InteetltcV It it n bolt of tured wall and broke obelisk, nnd left her Indescrlhnblr temples prc.it skeletAfter three unJuM tcorn? J It fun at other' MiM'rnat.trula rrknurrr. on-, of granite? What spirit of de. t glee nt inoiilli- - uf failure to capture the clly thrlr struetlon spreatl the Inlrnf wild bensta lit and defeat? I It liltlrrnet of qiillria. when hl urmy had plten up the Mcpc, the tliphl of s tork and put drop b) drop Into a cup? ! It like in her loyal sepulcher nml tafght tho lirr ynilnp from the lowrr of the cilj the .qiirrzlng of Arlrmitla ahMnthlum miserable cottagers of today to buiIH hill In the couit- nf her temples and t I ii l.i n lit him nt n wu lpu that he Inlo n draft alread) dUtaMcfiill) sent desolation and ruin skulking be .' Thru )ou are the ttar Worm-wood- . tin to rupture the ell), and liKniiut hind thr obelisks ami dodging among YotirkU the fun of n rnttlctnakc mr occurrence wltb the thr sarcophagi, nnd leaning ngnintt imumed thr ilrpe and look the wall. tr.ting how well It can ttlng. the column and stooping under the it it point from which the ttork had Hut Iwlllchanpr t hi and uppor)on arches, and weeping in thr wnter iiirrprd. tire n Mar of world!) properity. Then go Slain on iheeenlnp of hit mnrriapr .tint hate a large oppoitunl'y Youcan which were mournfully In. as though they cat rt Ing the tear of nil Ibllco, who wni hired eueournpe that nrtitt b) lui) Ing lilt picbt hit brldr, ngr? I.el for llic imagination IiIh follow rl ture. You cm Improtc the field,, the long silence Ihr mummies brenk their and come up to shlter In him not with (ear, but with ktnblr. the highway, b) Introducing Ihr blood, eiittinp tlier.uthrt with hulte higher t)le of fowl nnd horfr and cow gate desolation nntl point lo fallen ard shattered statue mil dr. niul Intiref. lie war put Into three and thrrp. You culi blrt the wurld sculpture, responding: "Thebes colliut. the flrt of Iron, thr second of ttltb pomologlcnl nchlctcmcnt In the fated not one temple built to filter nnd thr third of pold. lie wnt orchard. You can ailrnnce arborlcul halttl liphteuiisuess and(toil. Thebes lotetl sin. buiiiil by titpht, null into hl prate ture and arrrtt the deathful 1eM ruc- 'rtielie-- . was a stnr. but she turned to were poured the mow! taliinble colnn tion of the American foriM. You can wormwood " and ha fallen iinit ptii'lou ulniie. ninutintlup to the put a piece of fculpture Into the niche What battering ram smote Hie wall? 'I he prntedip wiiillh of n Mnpdotu of that jiublle academy, .toil can endow per. mill till llnur who ailled at tlir college, you can Mocking J.OoO h.irr Wli.it plowshare iiptiirnri liiirlnl weir iiinifncrrd, to th.it It 'l fitiiu thr winter fioM, )ou can What nriny sliitterril thr lunrn giile0 would nctrr be Known where mi much build ti church, you can put n mbtlnn-ar.- t What long tierce blast of storm put out wrnlih win entoiubnl. of I'hrlM on that foreign ihorr, On light which Illuminated the wmld.' Thr lloinnn empire coniptiTciI the you can help lo rnntom n world. A What crush 'of discord tlioietlown thr world, but At lllii cinupieriil I tic rich man with hie heart riphl enn ton music that poured from luilate window empire, lie wn riphl In cnlllnp tell me how much good a .lames Lenox and gulden grotr nml culled thr ban- hliiiMlf ii rcourpe. but lnlrml of be or n (ieorge I'eabody or a l'elrr Cooper quclcm tot heir rrt el and the dancers to Inp1 "I he Scourpe of tlod" lie was the or n William I Dodge did while litliig their frrt? I walk upon Ihr scene of tcoiirpe of hell or ii doing now that he I deiid? T here desolation to find an answer, ami plek Ik not licit), town or uelghlKirhood I lint up pieces, nf bitumen mid brick uml of hit brilllnuc) and bitter-ue.llirrouimrulntorwmlpht well liotc hit not plorloim kpelincn. of eontc. broken pottery. Ihe remain of Haby-IoI hear the wild wntes saying: hipo,i'il lil in lobe I he lnr Wormwood crated wealth. "llnbylnn wn proud, llnbylon writ, imof l lie text. A thr lepiun he !ct its Hut Mippiucyou grind the fare of the pure. Haby Ion wax a star, but by sin lulril were pin I. moil opulent with poor. Suppote, when n man'H wage arc tho turned to wormwood ami" has fniiiiliiiif. nml itrramt nnd ritcr,)oii due. you make him wait for them fallen " mc how prnphlam.t test "There he cannot help hlmtelf. Suppose fell a pient Mar from hcntrii, buiniup Hint, becnitkr hi family It tick u ml lie I'lom the prrsrciilltuik of the pilgrim ii1 II were n lump, nnd It fell upon t lie link hud rxtra exprme, he nhniild pofilthrr nntl the Huguenots In other l Mill p.irt of the rltert nnd upon the litely ink you lo raise lilt wage., and lni.il (!od set upon these shore u nafoiinliilu of ttnler, mid the name of you roughly tell him If he want n tion The council llrrsof Ihcnlxirlglncn Ihr Mar If railed Wormwood." better pber lo go uud gel It, Suppote, went oul In Ihe greater light of a free The sound of the Ilnte ton rtrr Ihoupht hotv many I i.l your manner, ton nut nt though he gotrrnmenl wn exchanged for the thousand embittered lit there are nil about were nothing and )ou were ever) thing. wheel of enterprise and progress. The uss misanthropic, uioibld. ncrld, tntur-uilieSuppote you arc sclllt.li nnd oterbear-inThe Kiinipciin plant fioin which and arrogunt. Your first name mild w Intersa ml fruitful summei. tlie wormwood Ik eMrncliil. Arteml.lu ought lo be Altlln nntl your latt nnme healthful skies, chat met) from other If n perennial plant, nnd nil Attlla, because you nre thr ttar Wormland n race of hiiidy men, who loted the ,tear 'round It l irmly to extulr it. wood, it iid you hatr liuhlltrrrd one (iod and wanted to be free. Ilcfore the oil. mid In miiny hiiiuun lite (here l of the waters woodman's ax forest fell anil rose third If not three-thiragnln into ships' masts and churchc' n pcrciiiil.il dblilliitloii of acrid expert-cncithat roll patt your employe nnd Yen, there ure mine ttho and dependent and aisoclalc. pillars. Cities on the bunks of lakes bewhole work It In hed n baleful in nntl the long line of carriages which the gan to rival cities by thr tea. The land lliu'iice on nlhrri. There are Attlln. undertaker orders for your funeral, In quakes with the rush of the rail enr, of the home, Attilnr of the toclnl cir- order to make the occasion respectable, and thr waters ure churned white with cle, Altllat of the church, Attllai of will be filled with twice at many dry, the steamer's wheel. 1'alniloun bushel of thettatcm tearless eyes at there are persons oc- of western wheat meet on Ihr way fabIhr .talc, and You will be In this ulous tons of eastern coal. Krults fnun of nl the world, If not lo-thlrthe cupying them. wiilerf, ure polioned by the falllnp of world but a few minutes. As compared the north pais on thrirltcra fruits from the ttar Wormwood. Itlvnot with eternity, the stay of Ihe longest thr south, and trading in the same to human nature that most life on earth Is not more than a min- market are Maine lumbermen and mm ii at they get great power, ute. What are we doing with thst South Carolina rice merchatitand Ohio become oterhenring. The more power minute? Are we Irobitterlng the do farmer and Alaska fur dealer, and mm hate Ihr Urttur, If lliclr power he tnestlc or soclsl or politics! fountain, churches and schools nntl csy lunu scat uifd. lot poud. Th lr( power men jr are we llkt Mosts, who, when the Ur liclit nnd hw mid mere; on J shItv btvd ttriciiua In tit W!).U!e8rpUlii!d tU&Upo'0lWQAQO BlTTflltNESS 0i LU'E. NEW rilT-On- e UNITED STATES NAVY. Vouel. .Now r Forres Ont Ihe Filipinos' Twu-A- en n Important &H din, t ruction or Contracted .w wr Undei Tor. - ropular rrra ed n. g 1 rrtoir.r.rpfflw' y - 1 Htr.fttlc Mo?euiiit. Makii.a, March H. The Filipino nrmy hns been cut In twain by a powerful nlng columu of artillery, car-nlr- y and Infantry under llrlg. Oen'i Wheaton. This great strategic ncbleto-men- t has cut off completely all,conv mnnlcatlon between the northern and southern divisions of Agulnaldo'aarmy. It Is the most skilful maneuver of tho American troops yet carried Into effect In the Philippine fight. Manila, March 14. Atdayllghl Monday Ilrlu. Hen. Lloyd Whea'ton's brigade, con.UtTng of the 30th United States Infantry, the 2Cd infant ry, eight companies of the Washington volunteer, seven companies Oregon volunteers, three lroop otitic. h'n1ftTStnTrVa?rfy and n7noun ed battery of tho 0th artillery, was drawn up on a rldgo behind San l'edro Mncntl, a mile south "of the town The, advance wn sounded at t!:S0 a. m., tho cavalry leading the column, at a smart trot, ncrost the open to the right, eventually reaching a clump commanding the rear of OuJalupc. Supported by the Oregon volunteers the advance force opened a heavy fire on tho rebels. The response was feeble and desultory, apparently coming from handfuls of men in every covert. While the right column was swinging toward the town rf l'aslg, the left advanced, pouring volleys Into the of-th- o up-pr- bush. A small body of rebels made a determined stand at (iuailnlupe church, but the enemy was unable to withstand tho assault, At 7:30 a. m. a river gunboat started toward I'aslg. The rebels were first encountered by this vessel In the Jungle Steaming slowly, near Guadalupe. the punlKi.it poured a terrific fire from her Catling gun Into the brush. For all of nn hour the whirring of the rapid fire guns alternated with the booming of the heavier piece on board. In the meantime Scott's battery, ashore, was shelling the trenches and driving the enemy back. The artillery then advanced to the ridge of bamboo nnd drove a few of the enemy's sharpshooters away with volleys from their p b-- eii r. carbine. The artillery then advanced and met with little opposition. In the meantime the Infantry bad been sent forward In extended order, the Washington rcglmmt resting on the bank of the river, deploying on reaching its station nnd furnishing it own supports. each-regime- , ear-nap- e e n s 1 dljp-polutm- c - pun-pen- rfd The entire column then wheeled toward the river, driving the enemy towards bis supports nnd then ad- nii-i- l tn t.liftrtntn-r- . 1..A .m smm IuiILmI ... ImI severe; but only eight Annrtcnns were wounded. At lliofl a. m. the column camo In contact with the enemy, ami n. gun-IsoMenmetl to the tiring line nnd cleared the jungle on both sides, while the butterr took up n position on n bluff to tho right. The first shot from tho American field pieces, at l.SOOynrda range, dislodged it gun of the enemy at I'aslg. After the town had beeu shelled, the 20th regiment lined up on the lil un", and the 2'Jd took up n position on the left of the place, with the cavalry In the center, whereupon tho enemy retreated to tho town. The gunboat then moved into a bend opposite, nulla hot tire on the rebel position was maintained along the whole American line until 2:20 p. m., tvheu preparations were Made for the attack. At .1 p. in. our gunboat started In pursuit of the enemy's, tug, chasing her to the lake. At S.S0 p. m. n, lnrgc body of the enemy wns dlseovetcd working around our right Hank, and the 30th regiment moved ton commanding range. The rebels were met opposite I'nteros but the enemy liolted. Thirty of tho rebels were killed, ns already cabled, 111 were taken prisoners, and tho Americans lost al.x men March 14. Frederick Mora, governor of Havana, when he learned Monday morning of the preparations forte outpouring of people In honor of GeV Gomez, directed the lice to prevent rlbrprn(le. Thry t to do so, Chief of Police Menoct with his mounted Inspectors and po licemen, by tvr& and threes- attemptctVlto turn back tasarlous societies that , were marching toward CJulnta de los Sejtucky, 63; Illinois 02. Algbama, 76. Mollnss tho residence of Gomez. J'nion Iron wWk; Wisconsin, C3. At first little attention was paid to n'tl Ohio have these efforts. .ihe When a policeman sol been Started nt the datelof thr sc1z-hn. flavor. made an Tin- theathed cruiser Albany the others In the line would simM chased In England on the stocks ply marfth on jeering and yelllne: Polter'-!xm- 'r jMi,ii ... TAve )t tne topeuo I Gotnezr "Dcatli to the Assorablrr' ward completion. boats, the Dahlgrcn nt Hath, Me., Col. Raoul jsngo, an inspector, stands 04 per cent., nnd the Kox, at took a flag away from an American Wolff A Scwlckcrs nt 1(9 per cent., the who was parading. Immediately surCraven, nt Hath, ntOO per cent, and the rounded by a menacing crowd, be others range nil the way down to noth clubbed one of the demonstrators ing. Tho submarine boat Hunger till the blood flowed. Then, disstands nt SA per cent., nntl the two mayed by the savage yells of tho tugs the I'cnacoo and l'awtuekct, at wounded man's companions he New York and Mare Island respective- withdrew to another point. Chief ly, at 03 per ccut. Mcnocal was mocked by the crowd In tho Tacon walk. a new'account'opened up. de los Molina the When near Qulnta demonstrators began- to shove the policemen, pulling l'nder.tndln-- r lletwren lh lltfrtorr their coats and attempting to tako I'nltnl Htatra, Knclanl and ftrrmanr away their clubs. There were more In Itefard to Samosn Affair. than a hundred police within ten W'ashi.notox, March t4. After nu blocks but they did not act together. Indeed they wore thoroughly scared merous conferences and the exchange of notes between Secretary Hay, the and one policeman ran to Central park llritish ambassador nnd the German where the 10th regulars were camped. ambassador, n satisfactory understand The 20th regulars who were sent nt ing has been reached between the threo double quick with fixed bayonets to powers Interested In Samoa as to the protect the policemen, charged down conditions there. This seeks to open a, upon a crowd of a thousand. Everynew accouut In the affairs of Samoa, body ran, Including the police and men, and to obliterate the troubles women and children tumbled over among officials which have recently oc- - each other in the rush. Two minutes urred thrre. To this end Ur. Wll- - later the avenue was cleared for blocks helm Solf, who has been nominated by but not a person was hurt by the regUcrmany ns president of the municipal ulars. Eventually, without regard to the ouncll at Apia to succeed Dr. Kaffel, will bo rccognl7ed by 'he llritish police, an Immense crowd collected In front of the residence of Gomes the Aland Inttcd Slates authorities. ready this recognition Is assured, summer palacr, cheering and waving but it remains for the consuls more than MO flags and banners. Gen. it Apia to cany it into formal Gomez accompanied by many notable ffeet. In accordance with the letter of persons soon made his appearance balcony, i lie treaty of Iterlin the and wns In order that this upon in.iv pare the way to an agreeable and greeted with long, continued cheering. linnnon oils adjustment Dr. Solf will Scores of bouquets were flung nt him. go to I ondon and make himself ac- Ho made a brief speech along the line quainted wltb the authorities there of his appeal to the Cuban army and and afterwards come to Washington people of Monday and expressed bis ind become acquainted with our off- gratification at such an Illustration of publio approval. icials so that there may be mutuil unThe committee having the demonderstandings stration In charge asked Gen. Ludlow civil MMne.-Missouri re-tt1 ar-re- st JVasiiixoton, March 14. llr. Adm. Ilthborn, chief constructor, In this statement of work accomplished1 on thl Vessel timv lillttfllm In tl'. inn. arnvy, shows that there arc now actual- tinder construction oK already con- 'iited for 51 vessels of various types, Aglng from battle ships to torpedo bolt. The degree of completion of thtbAttlo ships Is as follows: jit Newport News Kcarsnrge, M; i Outpouring- nf th. I'topla la Havana lu Favor of Ihr (Literal Th. Talle lat.rf.re. 5TATE NEWS ITEMS. ARRESTED r. 1 Havana, ON SUSPICION. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. Jam.. Ilnrlry Rutpertrd of I'oltonlng Ills Young ttlfr at nig- IS III, . ffaltl!hmon(l, Ky. I It Will II. cst;ti' Ky., March 10. Demo- anil sinir cxecuiiv-- i tiejir fllg Hill, In the southern end ot committees met here Wednesday .for inircxHiiiy, is under, arrest, suspected the purpose of selecting a successor 1 Df having poUontdlils young wife xvho Hon. Wm. Goebel, committeeman ol JIW a few davs tiro and wns hastily the state at largc whose candidacy for burled, the JiuaMind refusing, It Is governor necessitated his clothing ana also to select nlocc tald, to have bcr .every-iU- y and "Ric ItllrlraT writ lnnun nlivtleluti llrlnte cnsiiu state central .Py ".i?j., Held In Louisville .ln SI, fol tha I'urpose of Numlnatln-- r CandL. tlatr. for lb. Male tinter. March 14. -- Dr. Jas. JLxinotox, 1 , -- rosla-natio- MDaw-aMtiv;-tri- e convention. lion, uille. lames o leged cruel treatment, caused the dead Crittenden, was chosen to sucwoman's relatives to prefer charges ceed Goebel and Louisville was seagainst the doctor. Mrs. Hurley's re- lected ns the place, and June 21 the mains have been exhumed and the time of holding the convention to stomach was sent to Louisville Monday nominate state orllccr. The meeting to lie analyzed by experts, pending wns an harmonious one. Goebel, W. J. rrhich Hurley waived examination be- Stone. P. W. Hardin, all candidates for gubernatorial nomination, were fore. Squire Sandlln. Dr. Hurley came from Clay county here during the sessions. As conciliatory measure to national about five yeors ago, nnd has been He was Indict democrats and others who were alien practicing ever since. ed two years ago for practicing medi- atcd from party in WOO, committee In cine without license, reeling is run issuing call for state convention proning pretty high over the affair, and vides that all known democrats and all mob violence was freely threatened others who will pledge themselves tn Sunday night. support Its nominees will be permitted to tako part In convention. This proA POOR ORPHAN. vision was brought about by Maj. I'. A Hint of Adm. D.w.j Made From a I'lke I. Johnston, chairman of committee. Hoy Stnn. tiy a of Fayett. County, Ky. Mitten-Year-Old JmW&JP$l'i!!."' :&&!ai- servant to me inniny, coupiert witn .WJch-JU1iMiMh- $ ? TRAGEDY AT A PARTY. Itnhrrtsnn Shoot III. Sweet hraet l!n Iteslal. Arr.it and ! Killed by the Town Marshal at I. tlraii;r. -- Lr.xi.NOTOX, Ky., March .....a -- - urn. ,i r ..i. 1'rrsliUnl and Mr. BlrKlntr and a Part ol I rirnil. Iare Washing-tofor TuomaiTllle, tin. , eeks. nt aiiis,c.tov, March 14. President and Mis MdCinlcy and a party of frleri'isleft thecitynt 0:40 o'clock .Monday n glit for a vacation of two week nt T1' niiasillr, (!a.. whero the train Is Khiilulril to arrlvr at 4 o'clock Tucs-da- ) aftci n .m. The trip was made via the Mbiutit Ooxst lino and the I'liint ystciu hIki ml a splendid train of Pullman ens perfeot in equipment, with, for the comfort and evcrv safeti of the party. The president the magnificent Pullman obser-vat- li a ear lolanthc at the rear of the spec i train, thr remainder of which was made up of the compartment car Uor.itio. thr sleeper Climatus, the dining, or Alierlin and the combination smosing nud baggage Casius-a- ll linni.soniely fitted ont for the accom- moJxtlon of the distinguished travei Snatch sruulclr-iol ifo so. Gen. Itrooke was then called upon and asked by the committee for permission to parade. He sent a message to Gen, Ludlow saying that if the pro cession was orderly he could sea no .uclio-v---.JlM- lo toiwrMoTft-M--SaT-liOetl- ., Maloncy, a was adopted fouryerrs ngo by Mrs. Susan Caden, of this county, from the asylum In Cummlnsvllle, Cincinnati, conducted by the Sisters of Charity, is the subject of much comment here, and will cry likely become the ttaid somo of philanthropist with a view to the cultivation of his natural talents for sculpture. With a wooden mallet made by his own bands a chisel hammered out of an old file which he found on the farm and only newspaper cuts of Dowey for his models he has shaped from a common turnpike rock a miniature, bust of the hero of Manila. The work Is so perfect that It has attracted the admiration of many lovers of art, who Jointly nrr devising a plan for the development of the boy's talents. D.cr.s.e In the Sale ut XThl.ky. Lovisvillk, Ky., March 14. There has been a groat decrease In the sales Ignatius orphan, who 12. La GnAMiK. Ky.. March morning at a Negro festival. Sam Hub crtsou shot and fatally wounded his sweetheart, Minnie .Marshall, with whom he had quarreled. Hobcrtson In resisting arrest, fired several shots at the officers, nnd was killed by Victor Lee. town marshal, only one shot taking effect. , Hobertson wasn desperate character, nnd was greatly by the community. fired FUr Time.. It leu mono, Ky., March Herman Dudley, late of the 4th Kentucky, created a scene here on Irvine street Friday by attacking Wrigrt Hnmilton, nn employe of I Inuillton's ttrrxim factory. shooting at bun five times at. c'oso range, but without effect. Dudley escaped and Is now being pursued by day ofllcers. I objection. Gen. Gomez has not Indicated to Gov. Gen. Ilrooke whether be will go ahead with the distribution of the S.t,O0fl,000 as If the military assembly did not exist although his disposition Is to do so. Hut if he so decides the plans for distributing the money will bo carried out as arranged before his deposition. He has un appointment with Gen. Ilrooke for Wednesday when the recent developments will be thoroughly discussed. If Gen. Gomez should think It best for him to retire, the military administration will have nothing to do with the assembly. Gen. Ilrooke will treat with the corps commanders. Two telegrams were received at headquarters Monday from Cuban officers In the interior of tho Island, de- V.XTirrrrrsrrrSn wiw,n v.i'v.v un,,:, ,u ..,.aui ot.ii farther, and are keeping off for larger profits. An investigation has also revealed the fact that there arc 50 dis tilleries In Kentucky not in the combine. The most of these are small however, and the combine Is buying them up steadily. Jark Chlnn Indicted. Lixinoton, Ky., March 13 The regular grand Jury here Saturday found an Indictment against Jack Chinn, charging htm with breach of the peace Indicted was not formally returned. It is believed it grrwoutof the trouble with Hronston Wednesday, when Chlnn curs.d tha latter Tho penalty for the offense is lUdted to a 9100 tine or of) days In Jail. !, rsi-ftr-i-rrr-ti Ola. oo it, Ky., March II. John Henry Franklin, a white man, aged 40 years was hung In tho jail yard hero Friday morning nt 7:13 o'clock for tho assassination of his mothcr-Iu-lnMrs. Mary Coleman Howies on tho night of Stptember 10 last. Ills neck was broken in the fall and ho died lu II minutes. Threr tear. In thr I'.iillrntlary. Li.xinotox, Ky., March 10. Mngis-tratW. u ii..iinMiB"w.W J. McNamara, brother of "King" MoNamain, wanted for thu murder of Jacob S. Keller, was Wed- nesday afternoon found guilty ot mall ciotisly shooting and wounding (Icorgo Knickerbocker, it colored soldier, mid his punishment was fixed at three years in the penitentiary. Higher 1 n Known Hrfort. I.iiimitv, Ky., March 10. l.icking river is higher than was ever Houses mid fences known before. were washed away, and the loss in tlu valley is estimated at half a million. Traveling has been suspended, and nu mall was recelted since March U until Wednesday. Dead, Capt. Thomas. I. I'aihicaii, Ky., March 11 Thomas J. llenuclt, of Mvington county,(Ken-tuckHe was died here Saturday, the largest bind owner In Livingston county. lie was a captain iti tho Thiid Kcntiuky confederate vnlun-- , F.t-e- . IH.tlllery Sold. ler. G. In A.R.COMMANDER-IN-CHIE- F I in utile Cnimnlttrr (nlleil In Meet l'hllailrlphta tn Klrrl a furressorto the Late .1. A. HMilon. Tlir w ounded. About 700 rebels were reported to be marching northward n few miles to tho southwest. The Americans lost two men killed during the ndrance. . They were: Private Stewart, Company It, 20th infantry I'rivalc Munson, Company K, 22d Infantry. , The wounded were: Theodore John lllaslck, William OTlrlen, William Hhinchard, Wlllet Harmon, nil 2id Infantry; It. l'lpcr. C Sumner, Matl Sharkey, 20th Infantry; WnltcrKrtin, of the Oregon volunteer. Mis-nrr- March 14. W. C. Johnof son senior vice commander-in-chie- f the i.rantl Aimy of tho Kepubllc, Mon-da- r issued a call for tho executive committee of the national board of admin- (imiss ati, istration of the grand army to meet at the Continental hotel in Philadelphia on Ncdnesdat, April 12, to select a coamiandcr-in-cble- f to succeed the latr Gin Jamrs A. Sextou. Senior Vice Commander Johnson has been Indorsed by the department of Ohio as well a by the local posts of this city, and will be a candidate for election as the successor of bexton. Sanip.ou. Mainaiiliutly, Wasiii.notox, March 14. Secretary Long hns received a letter from llr. Wlm. Sampson, In which the admiral, .iftcr referring to the allegations that the list of officer recommended for promotion for gallantry off Santiago liad failed of confirmation because it iisd Included bis name, nsked the secretary to immediately reappoint these .'Ulcers, omitting his own name. Ho-mi- ltrr-.'iuii- lu a Critical Condition. W Asiltxmo.s, 14. March rictcher, of Missouri, who wns stricken with paralysis about three weeks ago. was aMondny night in a critical coiuli Hon. He rallied from the attack ami for tlfcr past week bad been considered as out pf ganger, but Sunday he suffered u relapse nml Monday night was very low. l: use war-whoo- p - d Mother. Fatal Krrand. Leaped lit Her Heath. MoNioosiKKV, Ala., March 14. Leila Kmixviii.i; Tenn., March Lucy Knuz, the daughter of a retired and Kiindnlph Jones two children, business man. leaped 100 feet to her .igcd 7 and 8 years burned to death dentil over tho Atlanta, Knowllle A across the river, oppuslto the city. Northern bridge while In the company Their mother was absent on an errand She returned as the of her father. Her mind was affected. m tho city. harretl remains were being taken Hotel I'roprlrtor Drop llrail. from the consumed building. MtN.NKAl-oiH- , Minn., March 14. -- tol. Iltondhnunda XVIII lie I'sril. John T. West, proprietor of the West Stouthviu k. ()., March 14. Philip hotel, widely known as one of the most prominent men in tho northwest, I'rurx's store was burglarized nnd 8201. dropped dead after returning from the taken. Ilioodhouuds will be used to trick the robbeis theater Monday night. . Unnoted for Safe Keeping. 1'a.na, III., March 14. .lame Jchle. n miner who fatally stabbed James Webb, a union sympathiser, is under arrest at Taylorvllle. .lehle was hurried out of tho city, officials fearing riots might follow his arrest. non-unio- n lllail.m.11 I. ( liara-rd- . 14. Krncst l'Ai'i.iiiMi, O., March Micllcnbergcr nnd Monroo Dill, ot I'.iync, this county, were arrested Lkxinotov, Ky., Mureh 1. The Woodland distillery was sold Monday to satisfy a 117,000 judgment against Col. R. L Crlgler, obtained by the Savings, Loan and Building association, of Louisville It was knocked down to claring their adherence to Gomes and Garland II. Ilullock for S3 1,0.10, aflur a many other ofllcers expected to make lively contention with a representative him their representative, especially of the whisky trust. thoRe outside the Immediate personal hnak.i lu a L'are. Influence of the generals who are memSiiM.uvviu.K, Ky., Match It Joe bers of the nsserably. From all over the island come tele- Raymond and Earl Itohanuoti hold the They graphic censures of the assembly and record for suake slaughters expressions of loyalty to Gomez and were quarrying rock on ltullsklncicck. faith In his motives. Up to a latr hour when they struck a large cavo which Monday evening the people were con- had been selected by snakes for w Inlet gregated in front of Qulnta de los Mo- quarters. There werescver.il balls of llnss acclaiming the venerable patriot. reptiles torpid from the cold, and Hohannon devoted eveial HI. ( harrrd Remain. Foonil. hours to the slaughter and kllltd otcr CitrxoA, 111., March 14. A charred a thousand. body was found Monday In the ruins of I'rlmary lo Ha Investigated. the Gszrtte ofllces which was burned LfMNOTOV, Ky., March 14 An InSunday. It Is believed to be that of vestigation of tue recent democratic James Cain, a printer, known In Cincinnati and St. bonis. Thomas Kinton primary election Is to be mnde by the has been rnlssing since thr fire and it grand jury next week, summons havIs believed he hns been burned to death. ing been Issued for Mayor Slmrall, City Solicitor Klnkcad andothcis who complain that thry were defeated through llrrbert I'utnam Librarian of Congress. Washington, March 14. The presi- fraud. dent has appointed Herbert l'litnaui, Will II. Cooke withdraw.. ot lloston, Mass., to be librarian of Hotvt.INOGiikKN.Ky., March 10.- - Hon. congress Herbert Putnam was born Will II. Cooke has withdrawn from the In New York In 1S01. llr is the son of race for senator In this district. This George I'. Putnam, founder of the pub- leaves ouly one candidate, J. M. Simlishing house of George I'utnam fc mons of this city. The cause of thr Suns. withdrawal of Mr. Cooke Is bad health. Honor, for the Ilrad 1 tie Nf York Howler, tt on. Washington, March 14. The secrel.onsvil.i.K, Ky., .March 10. The New Maj Gen, tary of war has directed York bowlers played five games with Wesley Merrltt to see that the bodies the Louisville bowlers Wednesda) of the dead heroes on the Itoumanta night, winning by it m ore of 2,570 to arc received with military honors at 2,052. New York. The Houmauia Is coming Ilrmpaey Nominated from Santiago. Itoi'KlNHVH.LK, Ky., March 13. J. Miner. Strike. Fletcher Dcmpsey, the present IncumHi.noMiNnTnN, 111., March 14. -- Three bent, wan nominated by acclamation hundred mlneis employed by the by the democrats for railroad commisCoal Co. struck Monday for tho sioner fe-- the First district. Hurry sealo of wages agreed upon by tho l.nntly, who hnd several delegates bprlngftelil convention. promised, withdrew from the race. liny-monMc-ber W y, teas. llerry for (ioiernor. Ltiuisvin.F, Ky , March 11. Congressman AIHerry, of Newport, was in Louisville Monday, and there is an interesting minor afloat lo the effect that he mny enter the democratic gubernatorial race. Murder Trial At Lanrsstcir, Ky.. March 14. Circuit court contend! Monday. William McCoy will be tried for killing David McCtiy cs- W hitebcad 10 years ago. eaped after the killing and wns caught lust fall at Taylorsville. Lam'snifk, ' Man llcid. I Yotih, Mitrch It-ll- ev. J. H. Ho Caldwell Is dead at Dot or, Del. Nnv wasn Methodist Episcopal minister In Kentuck) for n long time, also In Georgia and South Carolina. tiled of spinal VrnlngllU. Louis I'AHft'Aii, Ky., March tt Connor, aged aoy ear, died near Smith's Landing Ky., of spinal meningitis Sunday. This makes about 00 deaths in this section In the past two months from the nme t.ul.l III Krntnrk) 14 piospccting this county. A shaft has been sunk .'i0 feet deep and the tue obtained hns shown a fair per cent, of the precious metal. Snr.ly AITIIrted Family. Git. km i'. Ky., Mnreli mouth (O.) capitalists arc fur gold nt riuni l ork. In 1'orts- - .National thief' Meeting:. one-thir- d il uncou-pllnicntnr- y tr uHtnli. )(, t ants l'7 for Srrvlec. Toledo, ()., March 1. W. It. Strong Monday entered Into the Detroit A Llinu Northern litigation by asking the rourt to allow htm $713.(00 for service-- , repilered in constructing tho Tenn., .March 14. Chief of Tulleo Hill has appointed an executive committee to take charge of charged with an attempt to blackmail tho meeting of the National AssociaAndrew Snellcnbergcr. There arc two tion of Chiefs of 1'ollcc, to be held supposed to be connected other parties hero May 10. Edward Wstkns Isehalr with the cusc who tied to escape arrest, man. but they were unknown to tho IntendNatural (la shot Off. ed victim. (iHEK.NVll i.f, O., March 14. This city F.s..lurigr Maker tlir suddenly. Is without natural gas tho result of a Chicago, March 14. lion. David J. terrific explosion on the main line, 1.1 of the 111 n ls supreme miles north of here, at 2 o'clock, Mou. IJaker, court Ufil jnni1nv of heart ilUeaso. afternoou. Ciiaitanoooa, Ordinance. Held Valid. FHASKrooT, Ky., .March 12. The court of appeals Friday decided that cities ordinances passed by fourth-clas- s to prevent live stock from running at large, and providing for selling said stock when taken up and Impounded, are valid, Aged xtnnian Kilted. Wi.sciirsTMt. Ky., March 12. Mrs. Mary Reams aged W years wns run Wii.iiavistows, K)., March 11. The child of Louis Martin is right-- ) car-oldead fioin a dlteuse resembling Asiatic leprosy Two more of tho children have died from the same disease w I thin the past three weeks. Another child of the same family Is atllictcd. d Wlt.l iamstown, iay Harry over snd killed In the railroad' yards tilth wicckltig a near here. The body "ill be sent to rinth, fin bcrii r'M'll fftf b.irUI. WW) fur trUl In Held. Ky., Mnreli 11. llutehcrson, aged 18, charged II tit c li.ron Southern train at Co- bold In the sum of J tine, v lsv . . ,K.v - ? FINE WITH THE HICKMAN COURIER. Published Every Friday by GEORGE OBet-Jioliion WARREN, Halt Hickman, Kentucky. Strut neiKSoor lo CH THE - HICKMAN u TOB OLDEHX NEW8PAPBB -wi-r-t OOXMEK 17, 1809. JOB PRINTING KXItCTOKD HEATHESS AND DISPATCH. SALE BILLS, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, INVITATIONS, ETC., ETG TZ CALL BICE US. ENVELOPES, y OEOHOE WAIinEN, t : Editor. JAa G WKAHN, i Assistant Editor. ft WESTERN KENTUCKY. Trice of Subiorlptlon, 91.00 UlTTliUiNESS Dr. Talmngc ESTABLISHED lllidt iiitnid which m.l 1859. HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, K$., FRIDAY, MARCH THREE TOWNS CAPTURED. a.n. ntir.toii'i rurrrt I.ln.. Ms.MI.A, In Twi,-A- VOL. XXXIV. NO. 17. Oh LIFE. ft Draws Contrast Be ell tie round and round und Injure the) twoop Upon that And If Ihey nre aiming for. dUcouitr o fur Iran been itwlnglng ttriitght on jour hrdrl and ntkt the tween Selfishnesi and Kindness. (urtont It .Miiir life a benediction to other or nit lmblllirltent, a Netting I'lrniaBI or a etirte, u b.iltuuvor. a wormwood? Shnalrt MnUe thr World Some of j on, I know, are mottling ricr-rllrr- rit of xv'oriuvi ot "" Man lud you are making the dawn luAlllta Are lug I'fe of your children lirlxM with Hi Una. irrai'lou Inlluencei, and you are lifiitn-in- g upon all the dpcnlng enterprltet of plitlnpthroplc nnd ChriMlan elulenf Thr contrast brtwreh n life of t In hernldt of that or, and nu nt mill a life of Minimi fot tit by Dr. Tiilinugc white illictairi-lu- g day of gotpeltTntlon which will )rl upon the baleful cimrnvtcr of n tltmi) nil the mountain alitl vatlcy nf roiiquernr of olden time; U'v.t Iter our tin nccurted en'rtli. Hall, morn. rinlloti Mil. 10. Ill "There fell n gnat InV tlarl Keep oil tlilulng with en Mfjr from lirntcn. burning nt It v.eris CQtlmgement'and Chrlttlnn hoprl i Innm. and II fell upon the third pnri .Sonic of joiuare eienlug Mora, and of tlir rltrr mitl upon thr fotintiilns jou nre cheering the Inst dayt of old .if wtiter. and (Iiq name of the star p people, and, though a cloud sometime rullid Wormwood," Ioiiki oierjou titrotign tne querulous I 'ul i Iik nml Luwih, Thumo- - SVott, ru. or jure-U.ns(.-- ur l.l-eitrd telf-ishnc- tt M-1 roiiuil uml iDiiud, thli moment It tlrupH them their leader cut off the brniirh of a irttoln tier n I'd threw that branch Into the water, and It became tweet mid tlnked the Ihlrtt of the tultrrlng hot? Are wc with a brunch of the trre of life twreleniug nil the braklth fotin-tulthat we cun touch? Denr Lord, tend u nil out on this utUttnn, All around iu!mllllrrcd lives thrt the watrit of l.ke Murnii Utter ami they ro'.ild not drink NEW UNITED riflv-Un- STATES NAVY. for. - GOMEZ HONORED BEFRIENDS A Dot th.rtllplnoi's' Important r n .mttiiiwr Wormwood tjpe the tlnr yiiniiii.. "TiTlY'VTrHlliMailtfilW vuiiiinuik i I i tine, not furnish than thlt inn the Ling o( the Hunt. The "lor) goct thut one dny a wounded hrlfrr came limping along through the Ileitis, and a lutilMiinii followed It to see blnodj- - trnck tin the grn whete the hrlfrr n wounded, and l vvrut on hack further nml farther he emne to a word fal In the rurlli, the iolnt downw aril, at though It hail dropped from the heutrns, nnd ngnlns. thr edge of thlt sword the hrlfrr hod Isrru rut. The lierdimun ptilhd up that sword nml prevented It to Attiln. Atllln tali! that kword in u I hair ilrnpird from the hrnvrnt from the grari of the god Mart, and a It tsrliig given to him meant that should eniiuer and govern the whole earth. Other mighty men have hern delighted at belug called liberators', or the Mriclful, or the Good, tint Attllu cnllrd hlmirlf and demanded that other, call him "the Scourge AH ll.i. tin-tiAt-til- of my text wain of Attiln king of the 11 mm. He wn to called Isrentiic lip wnt hrllllnn) n a tlnr nml like wormwood, he everything he touched. We Imiv studied, the Star of llethkhrin ami the Morning Stnr of Revelation nml the Star of I'eaer, liut my subject to gitc nt the. tar Womtwood, mid my III line might be called "Ilrll-- I la it t ItUtrrnrt-- ," A mofe rstrnordlnnry rhnrsctrr his-lo- rj " fJhl'iri? the inrnt, anil -. "- sd, raws--' March 14. Rr. Adm. March H. The Filipino Illehborn, chief constructor, In this Havana, March 14. Frederick Mora, army hna lieen cut In twain by a pow- Statement nt Hni-- f.iwmntt1ai1 nn civil governor of Havana, when he car-nlr- y erful flying column of artillery, tn vessels now building for the'ttow learned Monday morning of the prepand Infantry under ltrig. Gem snows tliat there arc now actUol-lynnd- arations for'ln outpouring of people In Wlteaton. ThUgrent strategic achlerc-me.11 1. r v... ... construction or" already ui wank ti uiiiurz, uirrricu me P9-- J Imbltleted li) pcrteciitlon, Imblt-tirelins cut off completely all comfor 51 vessels of various types, lice to prevent (ttifparnile. They t by hjpererllkltm, Imblttered by munication bctvreen the northern and raiding from battleshlps to torpedo to do an. Clilrf of I'nllcn Mi.nVu-.1pi trriy, Imlilttrrrd by pain, Imblltcre d southern division of AgnlnMdo'annny. bou. The degree of completion of with his mounted inspectors and by tin. Why bj lujitttlce, linbltterrd It I the most skilful maneuver of the thHiattle ships is ns follows: twSg and threes; attempted not go ,orth and sweeten them by American troop yet carried Into effect j;U Newport News, Kcarsarge, 8.1; to turn back Malarious societies ntullen, bj' Inspiring wouls, by bene foe that , were inarching toward CJulnta de los lion, bj heatiy roiinti-l- , bj prujer, In tho rhlllpplne fight.At daylight Mon- Kcitucky, S3; Illinois, M. ' March 14. -Maxim, f Vit Cramps; Alabama, 70. Let ut re liy gosprti.ed behavior? Mollnas, the residence of Goinrz. JhIon Iron wjkk; Vvisconsln, C.t. , member that If we are wormwood to day Hrlg. Hen. Lloyd Wbcaton'n diAt first little attention was paid to olhrri we nre wormwood toourtelvet, visional brlgndc, consisting of the 20th jjjllic and Ohio have these efforts. When a policeman and our life will be bitter nnd oureter. United States Infantry, the 22d Infant- Mfbccn Started nt the dateof tlie t. seized a flag-o- r made an Individual ar nllj- - bitterer. The (impel ot .letui ry, eight companies of the Washington The sheathed cruiser Albany rest the others In the line would aim-pl- y Chilli I the only tweetmlng power volunteers, seven companies oftho pDchaned In on the stocks march on leering and yelling: I It sweeten the tlifllelent. that Oreiron volunteer, three trootv of.vthc TUat3P0" .,- - p tftwUf MkDtniMt4t-she,sPoUeet'L''Lon- fl TAve ap-vcr nt con-WCtd Ntrafetlc Sfofrlu.nl. ft, Con.lrurtlon t'Aiii.(iTo.v, Nrw VV.r Vo.tel. Now tlnitel nr Contrsttrit 1'opulnr Outpouring; of th. I'rnpU In Havana In Favor of Ihr (l.nrral Th rot Ira lnt.rf.rr. if T, 5TATE NEWS ITEMS. ARRESTED r. rtjf i- -j ON SUSPICION. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. It Will lie Held In Lotiltvllle lone SI, fot the 1'nrpo.e of Nominating Candi- Jamei llurlry III -' tinipertr-- of Yuqnt tvlfo nt 311a; Hill, MiSff Itlrhmond, Ky. 14.-- Dr. date, for tho Mate Ofltret. , L'RlciRUr'kjr., Maine,-Jltssou- rl re-fo- Vityr lllg Hill, In the southern end ot committees met here Wednesday tot inn county, i unucn arrest, suspected tho purpose of selecting a nttccessor of, having poUonsdlils young wife who Hon. Wm. Goebcl, committeeman ol Hid a few days ago 'and was hastily the state at large, whose candidacy for jr burled, the jjtusttVnd refusing, it Is 4" governor necessitated his resignation. said, to have lier every-dato l select place amu clothing I and;- - also 1 y .Ins. SLexinoton, Ky., March Iturlptn? well ltnnu'n nliv.h1nn ttrtnir ensue state central March 10. Demo-aim state execttitv-j - A VJ of God." At ihe bend of 700,000 troop, mount-f- t on Capjinilnrkin hnrtrt, he Knept from the Adriatic to the ten. He put hlr Iron hrrl on Maerdonla and (ireere and Thrace He made Milan nml I'atln and P.idtia uiid Verona Iwg for nirrr.v. which he brttoned not. fl he Mwnntlnc carltit to meet hit rulnoim lrj. put up at auction iiiaM'lte tlhrr tatden and tairt of tolld Kold. When u rtt) nt cap turtil iy him, the ltiliot.it nu t were lirnught.out and put Into tlirceclaitrt. ho oiult! twar The under lrin. mutttwImmnllnTely enlTtt .rcontl liutchrred; the Attiln or !hm. the lie nut If ill wnmrn. were made rnpther to the Hunt; the third clntt, he .tgrd men and wtunen. were roblied f rrj I lilnjr and let go luck to the lilt to pa n heavy tax. a common .alng that the It grew where the hoof of prnw Atlll.t't ltore had trod. III. armlet Teililruid the wntrrt of the Seine and the Moelle mid the lthlne with mid fought on the Catolunl.tn plnlni the liercrtt batllet tlnre the world Mood 300.000 dead left on the llrld On and on until all thme who hi ni with arum by rotihl not ppo on thrlr fucet In prarr. then a eluiiil of duM teen In the dlttanee. and n tiUhnp cried: "It it the ntd of Hod," and all the people totik up the rrj : "It It the aid of tJotl." At the cloud of dtltt nit Idonn titlde ihe kinnrrt of reenforclng armlr. In to help ngaln.t Altlla. m.in-hr"the Scourge of (Sod." The moil on. ltiiiorlnnt orcurrenre he turd at a tuM rnntunil rcMiurcc. After three moult) of fulliire to rapture the cll of Ncpillcin . when hl urniy hnd gleu up the tlege. the lllght of s ttork tint) her young from the tower Of the cll.v wvit tnkeii by lit in at n tlgu that he ui to capture the city, and his tm lmplrrit wltli the tame occurrence trtumril the ttrgc nml took the wnlle ot n point from which the ttork hud Url'-4athnr ear-r4g- e rerj thing Ulfirk i merged. follnwrii, tear, but with IiIihiiI. cutting thrmtilieii with kuhet nml liineet. He wmr put Into thrre colllni. the flrrt of Iron, the terond of tiller uml the tliinl of gold. He wnt liuiii'd liy night, mid Into hit grave were pouietl the mint lulunlile coin nml prti'lout ttotiet, ninouittlug to the wuilih of n kingdom The grnit'dlg-grr- t nuil'nll thotr who attlttrtl nl the luirinl i'ie mitiincrrd, to lli.it It would neicr he known where mi much wriilih win enlomhed. The Human eniplte conqurrril Ihe world, lmt Allllii conqiicrul Ihe empire, lie was right In calling for the attnt.lunllon. him not with h! Ho-mi- Sluln on t he evening of hit muningr li. hU lirlde, Ilillfd, who will lilrril the ttar Wormwood. It If not uncoiu. pllinenlnry to htimnii nature that moit at they get great power, int n nt become oierbeorlng. The more power men hate the brttei', If Ihelr potver be utt'd foi (,'ood, 'rii lcu iiower men lmt liileiul of "Ihe Scourge of tlod" he wu the ti'Oiirgr of hell Ilry.-iutof hi brilliancy mid bitter-urt- t Ihrcommrutntorviulght well haie hppocd him lobe I he t In r Wormwood of the liwt. At Ihe region he devnt-tille- d were piiltt, motl opulent with foiinliiln-- . mid tlreomt mid rlirr. jou tee how grnphUv,iny text U; "Thrre fell a grrat tlnr from heairti, binning n v it were n lump, mid It fell upon the iliiid p.nl of the rltcrt nml upon the fniinliilnt of wntrrt, mid the name of the tlnr l culled Wormwood." Hiixc ,oii elrr thought how- - ninny I'mblllered there lire nil iibottl tfs mltiintjiroplc. morbid, ncrld. sntur-nine- ? The Hutopeiin plnut from which wormwood It estrnctrd, Artcmiln it n prrcnninl plnut, nml till if.nly to e.Mide Itt tht' ,enr roiiiitl It oil. mid In ninny htimiui litci. their h ti pcicuiiiiil tlltllllntlou of ncrld txpirl-ciicciVcn, there nre tome whom whole work It to .lied n baleful on othert. There nre Attllat of the home, Atlllut of Ihe toctnl clr--lAtlllut of the church, Atlllni of thr ktotr, mid one-- t Jilrd of thewatem n of nil thr world, If not the witleri', are poltoned by the falling of it lilinulf Fciiurgr, he-lu- )v i. r, two-thlrd- UTl!!Uiln11iV4,rBHii)fiK)llBi4 clear ngaln and It teen from nil the balconies of the neighborhood. The old people will forglie your occasional khurlcomliigt, for the) themieltes limn tott their patience with JO.l when j on were jnung, nnd perhnpt whipped you when you did not iletene It. Ilull, evening ttar! Hang on the darkening iky ) our diamond coronet. Hut are any of .vou the ttar WormDo )ou scold and growl from wood? thr thronet paternal or matrrnnl? Are lour children everlnttlngly peeked st? Are jou nlwajt crjlng "Hiitltl" to the mrrrj volret nnd twlfl feet and lo the liiughtrr which occasionally trlcklrt through at wrong timet aiiW It bj tlirm until thej can hold It no longer, and all the barrier hunt into unlimited guffaw and cachlnna Hon, nt In thit weather the water ha trickled through a tltght opening In the inildiini, but afterward mukrt whirr nnd wider breach until It carrle nil before It with Irrrtlttlble frrihct? Do not lie too much offended at the nolte jour children now- make. It will be Mill enough when one of them It dead, Then jou would glie jour light h.tlid to hear one thout from thr silent voice or cue ttep from thr ttlll foot. You will not any of jou have to wait verv lunrf lefore jour home h ttlller than vnu want it. Aim, that thrre arc so many hornet not known to the Jclcty for the Prevention of Crmlty loC hlldi en, where children nre whacked .lllil CUlTrd and ear pulled, and trlitr-Irttl- j railed to order, and nntwrred tharplv, and itipprrtted, until It l n wonder thut under tuch procette thej do not all turn qut Nana Sahib.! What It jour Influence upon the neighborhood, the town or the cltj of I will tuppote that jour jou are a star of wit. What kind of iov do jou shoot forth? Do jou ute llmt tplrndld faculty to Irrndlatr the world or to rankle It? I blct all the The apottollc college of humorUtt. r, man thut make, me laugh. H my I do not thank anjlxidy to make me cry. I can do that without nttlMance, Wc all cry enough and have enough tocrj about, tlod blettall skillful pointer, all rrpaiirelttn, all propouuders of Ingriilouteoniindiumt. all thme who mirthfully torpritc of tit wllli untitual juxtapoiltlon Hood and Chnrlr wordt. Tliomn I nr Dleken nnd Sjdney Smith had adit mlttlnn, and to have thrlr tuccetrorhltu thrte lime, Thej ttlr Into the ncld beverage of life the taccharlnr. Thej-makthe cup of earthly exittence. which Utoinetlmc ttale, efTervetceaml bubble. They placate anlinoiltlo Thej fotter longevltj. Thej tlnj folk lies nnd nbttirdltirt which nil the of all the pulpltt cannot rrneh. Hut what me are jou making of j our wit? It it besmirched with profanlly aml unrlcaniietK? Do jou emploj II in iimiitement at pliytlc.il tlcfcctt for which Hie vletiliik are not retpontlblc? Arc jour poweri of iiiimlcry uteil to put religion In contempt? lilt n bunch of ncttlckome Invective? It it n bolt of tinjtitt teoru? It It fun at oilier' Is t glte nt their nml defeat? It It bltleriirt put drop bj drop Into n cup? It It like the trjiirelng of ArtemitU nbsinthlum into it draft nlrendj dlttntlefullj pungent ? Then jou nre thr itnr Worm, wood. Your It t hr tun of n rnltli tniiko trjiug how well It can ttlnp. Hut I w III change tht and tuppote jou nre n tlnr of wotldlj protperlly. Thrn jou hate n largo opiorlunliy. You en n ciicourngr that nrtittbj buying hi picture. You cun Improve the llelr" the ktnble. the highway, bj Introttticlng higher ttjle of fowl nnd horte and cow and heci. You cnn blett tlie world with )omologlcnl achievement In the orchnrd. You can admnee. arboricul-turnml arrrt the en Hi fill rlettrur lion of the Amrrlcnn forist. You can wormwood and hntfiilleu" put a piece of sculpture Into the ulclie Whnt haltering rum smote the wall? of (lint public ncHilcmj', jotl can endow What plowshare uptiiriird fl college, jou cnn Mucking J ,00(1 bare frit ftiiu tin-- wtnlrr ftott, jou rnn Whnt uriiiy Mintlrrril thr lunen irnlrs? build n church, you can put n mlMlon-i- i What long llrrce blast ofMoriii put out ry of Chiltt on thut foreign thorr, this Hhl uhlch llltiitiliiiilt'il tlie vvoilil? Whnt jou cun help to rnntoin n world, A music (Tilth 'of discord dime down the that pound from pnluce Window rich man with IiIh hrnrt rlght-rjou tell me how much good n .lames l.enox and gnnleti groir mid riilleil the ttMhelr rend nnd the iliimers to or n (iro'gc I'ruboilj-orl'rter Cooper or it Wllllnm H. Dodge did while living their fret? I walk upon the vrene of or It doing now Hint he It driid? Thrre desolation to II lid tin iiuwer, mid pick I not n city, low n or iirlghhorliood t lint up piece of bitumen mid brick und broken potlrrj, the ronuiins. of lliiby-IoIiiih not glorlottn tprtclmemt of route I hear Ihe wild wine silting: united wenlth. "lluhjlnu wn proud. Unlit Ion with imHut tuppote jou grind the fneeof the pure. Hiibjlon wuh a star, but by tin poor. Suppose, when n man's wngct arc she turned to wormwood and has due, jou mnke him wnit for thritibe-rmit- c fallen." he cannot help hlmtelf. Suppotn I'm in the persecutions of the pilgrim I hut, becntite hi fmnily Is sick nml he father nnd the Huguenot in other has hud extra expentet, he should ink jou to raise lilt wngrk, ami land (iod set upon these horr n najou roughly tell him If he wnnt a tion. The council llrenof thenbnrlglne. better place lo go und gel It. Siippme, went mil In the greater light of a freo p The sound of the by jour manner, jou net ns though he government was exchanged for the thousand were nothing and you were ever) thing. wheel of enterprise nnd progress. The Suppose jou arc selfish nnd overbrnr-luYour first name mild winters, mid f mil fill summer, tlie nnd arrogant. ought to be Attiln and your latt nnmc healthful skirt, charmed from other Attiln, brcniite jou are thr star Worm- lands n rnctt of hiiidy men, who loved wood, mid jou have Imblltrred one Hud and wanted to be free. Ileforr tins of the waters woodman's iin foretlt fell nnd rose third Jf not three-third- s that roll p.itt your employes nnd op- agiln Into ships' musts and churrhr' eratives und dependents nnd aisoelates, pillars. Cities on the bunks of lake bemid the long line of carriages which the gan to rlvnl cities by the scu. The land undertaker orders for jour funeral, In quakes with the rush of the rail enr, order to make the occasion respectable, and the waters arc churned white with will be tilled with twice as many dry, the steamer's wheel. Fitbuloiut bushel tearless eyes as there arc persons oc- of weslern wheat meet on the way tons of euttern coal. Krtilts from cupying them. You will be In this world but a few mlnutei. Aa compared the north pass on thnrlvcrs fruits from with eternity, the stay of the longest the south, and trading In the snnir life on earth Is oot more than a min- market are Maine lumbermen nnd ute. What are we doing with (list South Carolina ricr merchant nnd Ohio minute? Are we Imbltterlng the do- farmer and Alatka fur dealer, and mestic or social or politics! fountain., churches nnd uliools.nnd n.j limit tent-tt- r light nnd lote mid mercy and shv or art we like Moies, who, when the tev-ertup-prrttr- d lene-faolo- star toon conim out e ter-mon- illtap-potutinc- r 1 refcTrB'tjiterJoiis prnvlilencr! It iwectent'afTecllont; t tweelen (bath; It sweeten everj thing. I have hrnitl people ntkril In social cnmpaiiji "If jou could hnve three wlslie gratified, what would jour three wNhei lie?" If 1 could have three wishes tnrt, I tell jou what thej' would be. Tint, tnote of the grace of (od; second, more of Oie grace of Ood; third, more of the grace of (lod. In thr doorwuj- of mj brother .lohn, once h mtttlonary loAiuoj China, thrre tvut a tree called the emperor tree, the two characteristic of which air that it surraltmjK grow higher than it oundings-, nnd lis Icovc Ink? the form of a crown. If Ihl emperor tree be planted betide n roiebuth. It grows, a little higher than the both und spread out above It a crown. If It be planted bj- - the tide of another tree, it glow a little higher than that trre nnd tprrnds ahnu it n crown. Would Ooil that till religion of Christ, a more wonderful emperor tree, might overthndow nil jour livrtt Are jou lowly In ambition or rlrciimttnnce. putting over j on It crown? Are jou high In talent and potltioit. putting oier jou It crown? Oh, for more of the saccharin In our lives nnd let of the wuimwood! What If true of Individuals It true of nation. Hod sets thrtt up to revolve nr start, but the)- - mnj fall wormwood. Tjre the atmotphere of thr tletert, fragrant with t pices coming In caravans to hrr fairs; all wens cleft Into foam by Ihe keels of her laden merchantmen; her innrkett rich with hortesi and camel' from Togarmnh: thr bnnr filled with upliolitcry from Dednn with emerald nml eornl mid agnir from Sjrla with mil et from Hellion, with embroidered work from Athur and Chllmad. Where now the gleum of her lowers? Where the roar of her charlott? Where the mnstt of her ships? Let the fUhermrn who dry their nets, where once the stood. let the ea that ruthr- - upon thr barrennck whrrr once the challenged the admiration ot .11 nation., let the barbarian who art their rude lent where once her palace glittered, answer the quesa itnr, but bj- - her own tions She tin turned to wormwood, and hat fallen. Hundred gated Thebes; for all time to be the Mudy of the nntlqunrlan and hieroglyphic; her stupendous ruins ipread oier 27 mllrt; her totilpt tires presenting In flgurrt of warrior njul chariot the victories with which the now forgotten l.lngt of Hgvpt thook the nutlonw; her obelisks nnd columns; Knrnnk and l.uxor. the stupendous templet of her pride. Who cnn Imagine the greatness of Thebe In thntedayt, when the hippodrome rang with her sports and foreign rovaltj bowed nt her shrines and her nvruuet roared with Ihr wheels of procession In tho wnke of returning conqueror? What dnthril down the vision of chariots and temple? and throncf" What hnnds ptilltd upon the columtii ofher glory? What ruthlrttiirtt defaced her sculp-linewall nml broke obelisks, mid left her Indescribable templet great skele-ton- of granite? What spirit of tie. strtiction tprrnd the btir of wild benstn In her roynl irpiilcliert nml taught tho tnlirrablc cottngert of to buiin hut In the court of her temples nnd tent ilrsnlHtion nnd lulu skulking behind the obrlis'ks mid dodging among the tnrv'ophngl. and leaning ngnhiHt the column and stooping under the arches, and weeping in the wniers which go moiirnfiillv by. n though thev were curving the tears of nil ages? l.cl the muiumle tirenk their lung silence mid come up to tlilver In the ilesnlMtlon mid point to fallen gale und shntterrd lilur aid de. f.iied si'ulptttrr, rrtpnniling: "llirlirt built not one temple to tiod. Thebes halid iIghteotinrtk nnd loinl tin. 'rtielse wn n ttnr. but thr turned to w erenir?T ir umwiierult w Of the topedo completion. boats, the Dahlgrcn at Hath, Me., stands Ol per cent., nnd the Fox, at Wolff & Sewlckcrs, nt 09 per cent., the Craven, at llath, nt90 per cent, and the others range all the way down to noth ing. Tho submarine boat Plunger stands nt 8A per cent., and the two commanding tho rear of (uJalupc. tugs, the Pcnacoo nnd Pawtuckct, nt Supported by the Oregon volunteers New York and Mnrc Island respective-Ij-- , the sdvnuco force opened a Itcavj- - flro at 95 per cent. on the rebels. The rctpoiitc was feeble and desultory, apparently coming A NEW ACCOUNT OPENED UP. from li.iniUuls of men in every covert. all factory I'nilrr.tmiUlnic llrlwrrn th. swingWhile the right column t'ultril Sl.lr, Knglnnii nnd Crrnmnr ing toward the town cf I'nsig, the left In Itrcnrrt to ianio.n Affair. ndvnnccd, pouring volleys Into the Ward trrt'nltedtSv'aarry'nndaTnounr? rtaU cd batter)- - of the Ctlt nrtlllery, was drawn up on a rid go behind San Pedro Macatl, a mile south of the town The advance was sounded at tl:S0 n. m., the cavalry leading the column, at n smart trot, ncrcm the open to the right, eventually reaching a clump uoraezr "iJratB to tne AssemUlyr Col. s bush. WAsitt.Norox, March 14. After nu A small body of rebels made a determerous conferences and the exchange mined stand at Guadalupe church, but of notes between Secretary Hnr, the the enemy was uniblc to withstand llritish ambassador and the Oerman tho assault. At 7:30 a. m. a river gunboat started toward I'asig. The rebels were first encountered bj- - this vessel In the jungle near Ouadalupe. Steaming slowly, the gunliont poured a terrific fire from her Catling gtinn Into the brush. For all of nn hour the whirring of the rnpld fire guns alternated with the booming of the heavier pieces on boanl. In the meantime Scott's battery, ashore, was shelling the trenches and driving tho enemy back. The artillery then advanced to the rldgo of bamboo nnd drovo a few of the enemy's sharpshooters nwaj-- with volleys from their carbine. The artillery then advanced and met with little opposition. In the meantime the infantry had been tent forward In extended order, the Washington regiment resting on the bank of the river, deploying on reaching its station ami furnishing Its own supports. The entire column then wheeled towards the river, driving tho enemy towards his supportr and then ad. vanced to Guadalupe. The enemy" lout r bcllr-- l - eight Americans were severe; but onljeach-regime- ambassador, a satisfactory understand ing has been reached between the three IKiwcrs Interested in Samo. as to th. conditions there. This seeks to open n new- - account In the affairs of Samoa, and to obliterate the troubles among officials w hlch have recently oc-ttrrcd there. To this end Dr. WU- helm Solf, who has been nominated by Germany as president of the municipal ouncil at Apia to succeed Dr. l'.affel. will be recognized by 'he llritish and I'nited States authorities. this recognition Is assured, but It remains for the consuls M Apia to carry It into formal ITect. In accordance with the letter of Ute treaty of llcrlitt. In order thnt this in.iv pae the waj- - to an agreeable and hai tnouoti adjustment Dr. Solf will go to I ondou anil make himself with the authorities there Hud iifterwards come to Washington mil li't'oinu ncqualnted with our otll-fl- u s, so that there may be mutual -)-- j Itaoul Arango, an Inspector, took a flag away from an American who was parading. Immediately surrounded by a menacing crowd, he clubbed one of the demonstrators till the blood flowed. Then, dismayed bj- - the savage yells of tho man's wounded companions he withdrew to another point. Chief Mcnocal was mocked bj-- the crowd In the Tacon walk. When near fjttlnta de los Molina the demonstrator began- to shove the policemen, pulling their coats and attempting to tako away their clubs. There were more than a hundred police within ten blocks, but they did not act together. Indeed they wore thoroughly scared and one policeman ran to Central park where the 10th regulars were camped. The 20th regulars, who were sent at double quick with fixed bayonets to protect the policemen, charged down upon a crowd of a thousand. Every-bod- jran, Including the police and men, women and children tumbled over each other in the rush. Two minutes Inter the avenue was cleared for blocks but not a person was hurt by the regulars. Kventuallj', without regard to the police, an immense crowd collected in front of the residence of Gomen, tho summer palace, cheering and waving more than S00 flags and banners. Gen. Gomez accompanied by many notabla persons soon made his appearance upon the and wns balcony, greeted with long, continued cheering. Scores of bouquets were flung at him. He made a brief speech along the line of his appeal to the Cuban army nnd people of Monday and expressed his gratification at such an Illustration of public approval. The committee having the demon stration in charge asked Gen. Ludlow so. servant 10 tne inmny, ecu pi en wun al leged cruel treatment, caused the dead woman's relatives to prefer charges against the doctor. Mrs. Hurley's remains have been exhumed nnd the ttomach was sent to Louisville Monday to be aualyzed by experts, pending which Hurley waived examination before. Squire Sandlin. Dr. Hurley came from Clay county about five years ago, and has been He was Indict practicing ever since. ed two years ago for practicing medicine without license. Feeling Is run ning pretty high over the affair, and mob violence was freely threatened I convention. Hon. OIHc .TamoiC of was chosen to succeed Goebcl and Louisville was selected as the place, and June 21 the time of holding the convention to nominate stnte officer. The meeting wns nn harmonious one. (luetic!, W. J. Stone. P. W. Hardin, nil candidates for gubernatorial nomination, were here during the sessions As conciliatory measure to national-democra- ts and others who were alienated from party In 100, committee in issuing call for state convention provides that all known democrats nnd.il! others who will pledge themselves tn Sunday night. support Its nominees will be permitted to tako part in convention. This proA POOR ORPHAN. vision was brought about by Maj. P. P. Johnston, chairman of committee. A llntt of Adm. O.wry Made From n I'lkr Sinn, by a Hoy TRAGEDY AT A PARTY. of Fayette lonnly, Ky. Hlvtrrn-Y.ar-Olil Crittenden, Lexinotojc, Kj, March 12. Ignatlns Maloucy, a orphan, who was adopted four years ngo by Mrs. Susan Cnden, of this county, from the asylum in Cumminsvllle, Cincinnati, conducted bj the Sisters of Charity, Is the subject of much comment here, aud will eery likely become the philanthropist of some with a view to the cultivation of his natural telents for sculpture. With a wooden mallet made bj' his own hands, a chisel hammered out ot an old file which he found on the farm and only newspaper cuts of Dowej- for his mod els, ho has shaped from a common turnpike rock a miniature bust of the hero of Manila. The work Is so perfect that It has attracted the ndmtratloti of many lovers of art, who jointly nre devising a plan for the development of - Sam ItnherLon Miont III. 'tTrrthr.xrt -- Ho He. IK. Arre.t and It Killed liy the ' Town Marshal at l tlnnr;r. La Granok, Ky., March 14. Sunday ' morning at a Negro festival, S.im Robertson shot and fatally wounded his sweetheart, Minnie Marshall, with whom he had quarreled. Robertson In resisting arrest, tlrril several shots nt the officers, and was killed by Victor Lee, town marshal, only one shot taking effect. ., Robertson waso desperate character, nud was great !) f'areil by the community. ni d the column enmo In contact with the enemy, nml n gun boat Mcumcd to the firing line nod cleared the jungle on both sides, while on a the battery took up a bluff to tho right. The first shot from the American Held pieces, ntl.'JUOyarda range, dislodged n gun of the enemy-n- t I'nsig. After the town had been shelled, the 30th regiment lined up on the bluff, nnd the 2.M took up n posi tion on the left of the place, with the cnvalrj-- In the center, whereupon tho eneinj-- retrented to tho town. The gunboat then moved Into n oend opposite, and a hot tire on the rebel po sition wns innlntnlncd along tho whole American line until 2:20 p. m., when preparations were made for the attack. At .1 p. m. our gunboat started In pursuit ot the enemy's tug, chasing her to the lake. At 8:S0 p. in. a large body of the eneinj wns dlscoveicd working around our right Hank, nnd the 20th regiment moved ton commanding range. The rebels were met opposlto l'nteros, but the enemy bolted. Thirty of the rebels were killed, ns nlrcadj' cabled, tit were taken prisoners nnd tho Americans lost six men n. in. wounded. At 11:341 wounded. About 71X1 rebel kouthwckt. were reported to be marching northward a few miles to tho Vie Americans lost two men killed during the ndvnncc. They were: Private Stewart, Company It, 20th infantry. Private Munson, Company K, 22d infantrj'. , The wounded were: Theodore John lllanlck, William OTIricn, Wllllnm Khlnchard, WlllctIlnrinon.nl) 22d Infantry; It. I'lper. C. Sumner, Matl Sharkej-- , 2pth Infantry; Walter Ervitt, ot the Oregon volunteers. , Mis-iter- Ill it i'rltl.ul CnlHlllluri. WAtni.voiox, March H. mi Fletcher, of Missouri, who was stricken with paralysis nbout three weeks ago. was Monday night In n critical eondl tlnu. lie rallied from the attack and for tlkf l,Hst week had been considered ns oltt of inngcr, but Sundnj- - he suffered it relapse and Moiidiij night was very low. .ifter referring to thr allegations that the list of officers recommended for promotion for gallantry off Sautlngo had fnllcd of confirmation because it nnd included his name, nsked the secretary to Imincdlntelj reappoint these iilticcrs, omitting his own name. Gen. Ilrooke was then called upon and asked by the committee for permission to parade. He sent a message AAtiiM,ro, March It. President to Gen. Ludlow saj'Inghethat if the pro could seo no and Mis McKiuIpy nnd n pnrtj- - of cession was orderly objection. Monfrien k left the city at 0:40 o'clock Gen. Gomez has not Indicated to day night for a vacation of two week Gov. Gen. Ilrooke whether he will go nt Tl"'iiiaswllc, On., where the train Is tjluiliileil to arrive at 4 o'clock Tttes-da- j ahead with the distribution of the $.1,000,000 as if the military assembly .ifteiniiin. The trip was made via did not exist although his disposition is the Mlnniie toast line nnd the Plant do so. Hut If he so decides the plans nix' inl a splendid train of Pull- to in. bo perfect In equipment, with for distributing the money will deman as arranged before his for the comfort and carried out ever position. He has an appointment with safen f the part y. The president Gen. Ilrooke for Wednesday when the obser-vat- b the magnificent Pullman recent developments will be thorough'I ear lolanthc at the rear of the ly discussed. spec .ii train, the remainder of which If Gen. Gomez should think It best was made up of the compartment car for 111 in to retire, the military adminisHor..no. the sleeper Cllmattt, the dining ar Aberlln and the combination tration will have nothing to do with the assembly. Gcd. Ilrooke will treat smoxing aud baggage Casius-a- ll for the accom- with the corps commanders. haiii.soniely fitted out Two telegrams were received nt modation of the distinguished travelheadquarters Monday from Cuban o diers. cers in the Interior of the island, declaring their adherence to Gomez, and G. A. R.COMMANDER-IN-CHIE- F many other officers expected to ninko The I triltUr Coiiiinlttrr (nilnl In Mrrl him their representative, especially In riillK,lrllila to Kirrt n Mirrrs.or to those outside the immediate personal thr l.Klr .1. A. Mttt.n. Influence of the generals who are members of the assemblj-- . Cim ins ATI, March 14. W. C. JohnFrom nil over the island come teleof son senior vice commander-in-chie- f graphic censures of the assemblj- - and the i. rand Amy of the Republic, Mon-da- r expressions ot loyaltj- - to Gomez and issued a call for the executive comfaith In his motives. Up to a late hour mittee of the national boanl of admin- Monday erening the people were conistration of the grand armj- to meet nt gregated In front of Qulnta de los Mothe Continental hotel In Philadelphia llnas acclaiming the venerable patriot. on Wednesday. April 12, to select a commander-in-chie- f to succeed the late III. ( harred Remains Foanil. Gn James A, Sexton. Senior Ylcc Cnr.NOA, 111., March 14. A charred Commander Johnson has been Indorsed body was found Monday in the ruins of bj the department of Ohio as well nt the Gazette office,, which was burned bj the local posts of this city, nnd will Sundnj'. It Is believed to be that of be n candidate for election as the suc James Cain, a printer, known In Cincessor of Sexton. cinnati and St. Louis. Thomas Flnton has been (hissing since the fire' and it r- Kkini'.im'. SJaKimiiliulty Washington, March 1. Secretory is believed he has been burned to death. Long has received a letter from ltr. Herbert I'utiiam Librarian of Concrett. dm. Sampson, In which the admiral, Washington, March 14. The presi- I'rr.liiriit nnd Mr. BfrKlnlrr nnd a Tarty of I rlrmt. Walhlnf too for Tbomaavlllr, (!. lo vaU..HiorisMcra.jDrdavatuOeu., tot '.wM"''!y ,Mjlor fo Homers exneefpriecs loa(lvarie MhT farther, and are keeping off for larger profits. An Investigation has alto revealed the fact that there arc 50 distilleries In Kentuckj- - not in the combine. The most of tlieso are small however, and the combine is buying them up steadily. Jark Chlnn Indlrtrd. Lexington. Kj, March 13 The regular grand jury here Saturday found an Indictment against Jack Chlnn, charging him with breach of the peace Indicted was not formally returned. It Is believed it grew outof the trouble with Ilronston Wednesday, when Chlnn ctirt.d th. latter. Tho penalty for the offense Is limited to n 3100 tine or 50 days in jail. Ill.tlllrry Sold. I.GXINOTOV, 14. The Ivy., March Woodland distillery was sold Monday to satisfy a 117,000 judgmeut againt Col. R. I Crlgler, obtained by the Saving. Loan and itttildlug association, of Louisville. It was knocked down to Garluud 11. Hullock for SHI, 000, aftiir n lively contention with a representative of the whisky trust. 1 1 Fired I'll. Time.. Riliimonp, Ky., March 12. Herman Dudley, late of the 4th Kentuckj--, created a scene here on Irvine street Friday bj- - attacking Wright Hamilton, an employe of Hamilton's Vlrrvim factory, the boy's talents. shooting at him five times at coso Datrea.o In the Sato ut XVhl.ky. range, but without effect. Dudley Lovisvillk, Ky., March 14. There escaped and is now being pursued by has been a ereat decrease In the sales ouicers. ",, "..Ti lQi 1 V. Iarr Glasgow, Ky., ' .March jj. John Henry Franklin, a white man, aged 40 was hung In the jail j'ard hero Fridaj' morning nt 7:13 o'clock for tho assassination of his mother-lu-law- , Mrs Mary Coleman Howies on tho night ot September 10 last. Ills neck was broken in the full and he died in II minutes iii TrMiiiirT it --H-i lt i Three Yeart In the Penitentiary. Liixi.ngton, K), March 10. Magis trate W. J. McNamara, brother of "King" McNamara, wanted for thu murder of Jacob S. Keller, was Wed nesday afternoon found guilty of mallciottslj- shooting and wounding Gcorgo Knickerbocker, a colored soldier, and his punishment was fixed at thico - years In the penitentiary. 1 dent has appointed Herbert Piitnnm, of Hoston, Mass., to be librarian of congress. Herbert Putnam was born in New York In 1HJ1. He Is the son of George P. Putnam, founder of the publishing house of George Putnam .t Sons Snakat lit a Cave. Snu.iiYVli.l.K, Ky., March Joe .1 llcnuctt, of l.ivlnglon coiittty.tKcn-luckRaymond and ICarl Ilolianiioii hold the He was died here S.iturdnj-- . record fv snake slaughters. They the largest land owner In Livingston were quarrjitig rock on llullxktn creek, county. He. was n captain in tho when they struck a large cave which Third Kcnttuky confederate vohm-tcci- s had been selected by snakes for w Intel quarters There wete several balls of Iterry fur (invernor. reptiles torpid from the cold. RayKy , Mnrch II. ConLoL'Isvii.i.k, mond and ltohannon devoted scvcr.il wns hours to the slaughter and klllid over gressman Allterrj', of Newport, In Louisville Monda). and thcrelsati a thousand. interesting rumor afloat to the effect l'rlmnry lo tie Inve.llcatrd. that he may cuter the democratic guLexington, Ky., Mureh 14- .- An In bernatorial race. vestigation of tne recent democratic Murder Trial Al Lanrn.tor. prlmarj- - election Is to be iniiilc ley the La nc chirr. Ky., March 14. Circuit grand jury next week, summons havcourt convened Monday. William .Mcing been Issued for MnyorSlmrall,CAty Coy will be tried for killing D.tvld whocoiu-plai- n Solicitor Klukead audotlieis Whitehead 10 yenrs ago. McCoy es- that they wero defeated through cuped after the killing and was caught fraud. last fall at Tnylorsvtlle. Will 11. Cooke XVIIhtlrans. Vlau llciil. Howling Giikkn, Ky., March Ni.tv Yohk, Mnrch 14. Rev. J. II. Will II. Cooke ha withdraw n from the He race for senator In this district. This Caldwell Is dead at Dover, Del. leaves onlj one candidate,.!. M. Sim- was a Methodist Kpiscop.il minister In mons of this city. The cause of the Kentucky for n long time; also In Georwithdrawal of Mr. Cooke Is bad health. gia and South Carolina. y, on. Licking river is higher than was ever Houses and fences knoiMi befotc. were wnslied away, and the loss in tin valley is estimated at half a million. Traveling has been suspended, and uu mail was received since March U until Wednesday. t apt. Thomas .1. llrnnrll Dead. Pahi'oaii, Ky., March 14. Thomas Wist Liiimitv, HlKtier Than Kver Known Itrfore. Ky March It). Tho ' . wnr-whoo- Mill her'. Faint Krrunil. Honor, for the Head I.rnw.l In Hrr Heath. Montooukiiv, Ala., March 14. Leila Knoxvim.k, Tcnn., March 11. Mist Waiiinoton, March 14. The sccre-tar- j' I.ucy Fanr, the dnughter of n retired nnd Randolph Jones two children, of war has directed Maj. Gen. business limit, leaped 100 feet to her .igcd 7 and S j'cnrs, burned to death Weslej- - Merrltt to see that the bodies death over tho Atlanta, Knowllle A across the river, opposite the city. of the dead heroes on the Rotimania Northern bridge while in tho company Their mother was absent on an errand aro received with militarj' honors nt of her father. Her mind wns nlfcctcd. in tho city. She returned as the New York. The Routnanln Is coming (barred remains were being taken from Santingo. Ilntrl 1'ropiietor llropt llrnit. from the consumed building. Mlnrr. StrlUr. Minnkaimih, Mlnu., March It. -- lol llliioithoiinil Will He I'.r.l. IlLooMiNOTox, 111,, Mnrch II. Three John T. West, proprietor of the West Stoutbvim k, ().. March 14. Philip hundred miners employed by tho Mchotel, widely known ns one of the most prominent men in tho northwest, IVtte.x's More wns burglarized nnd 820C Lean Coal Co. struck Monday for tho dropped dead after returning from the taken, llloodliouuds will be used to scale of wages ngreed U)miii bj- - tho -- Tlie New York llowlrr. Won. Lot'isvii.i.K, Ky., March 10. The bowlers played five gomes with the Louisville bowlers Wednesday night, winning by n score of 2,570 to New-Yor- Hied vt spinal MriilnclH.. l'iincA n. Connor, aged Kv.. :t0 March II. Louis 8,053. Hempsey Nominated. HorKiNsviM.K, K), March 13. J. Fletcher Dcmpscy. the present Incumbent, was nominated bj- - iicclamatloti by the democrats for railroad commis- Landing Kj-.- , Sundaj. This in this section from the me GitlLMi', of spinal meningitis makes nliout lio deaths in the past two months disease. 14. j en rs, died nenrmlth's I.uld In Krntnrk. Ivj',, March Ports theater Monday- night. track the robbers. Springfield convention. fub-iilou- llrmiitrd fur Safe Krepliiir. Pa.na, III,, March U. .lames Jehle, n miner who fatally stubbed James Webb, n union sympathizer, is under arrest at Tnylorvllle. Jehle was hurried out of tho city, ofllcials fearing riots might follow his arrest. non-unio- n MUttpo10(W0,W9Wb', Wnnt. I'.r for Srrvler.. Tot.Kno, 0 March 1. W. II. Strong Monday entered Into tho Detroit A Minn Northern litigation by asking the court to nllow him 8713.000 for services rendered In constfitQtinsr the loud Illnrhmall I. ( harcril. 14. Krnest PAUl.uno, O., March htiellcnbergcr and Monroe Dill, ol Payne, this cottuty, were nrrested charged with an attempt to blackmail Andrew Snellcnberger. There are two other parties supposed to be connected with the case who tied to escape arrest, but they were unknown to the Intended victim. sioner for the First district. Harry l.nndy, who had several delegates promised, withdrew from the lace. The court of appeals Friday drcldcd thut cities ordinances passed bj-- fourth-clas- s to prevent live Mock from running at larjje, and providing for selling said stork when taken up und Impounded, Fha.ski-obt- mouth (O.I capitalists are prospecting for gold nt Plum fork, in this count)'. A shaft has been sunk 50 feet deep and tho oic obtained hns shown n fair per cent, of the precious metal. Sorely Affllrled Family, National Chief' MrrtliiR. March 14. Chief of Police Hill has appointed an executive committee to take charge of tho meeting of tho National Association of Chiefs of Police, to be held here May 10. Kdward Watkns Is chair-ma- Chattanooga, Tcnn., Ordinance Held Valid. , Kj., March 12. n. Natural (la. Shut On. GRtr.Nvtt.i.F, O., March 14. This city Ki.,lu(lKr Maker Mr Suddenly. is without natural gas the result of a Chicago, March 14. Hon. David J. terrific explosion on the main line, 1.1 of the IH'n its supreme miles north of here, ot 1 o'clock, Mon Baker, court died JJnnilnv of heart disease, 4ty aternoou. are valid. Kj, March 11. The child ot Louis Martin is dead ftom a dlseust resembling Asiatic leprosy. Two more of tho children have died from the same disease within the past three weeks Another child of the same family is afflicted. Wn.u.CMsTOW.r, cur-ol- d eight-- ) Killed. Ilutrlier.on Held. Kj'., March 12. Mrs March 11. WlMlAtisTowN, Kj- Mar)' Kearns aged to years, was run Harry Hutcherson, aged 18, charged over and killed In the railroad' yard with wieckllig a Southern twin at Conear here. The body will be so in to rinth. Iin I'Ci'n 1'tdd in t'o sttiu of MivOt) (or tyUl In iltini', VallltiV Ini'lal. Woman WjNcliESTr.il, Aed M! J . j . .." - i V ', ' ' ,"..;. - "' ,'.. ' - -- - . - . .,r.tn - .j -- - . ... i ' . r. t. ;.... M .f.vpJ till lei.tii.v .nmMHMffliammnm --.- --: I THE HICKMAN (Ji'Drtfp COURIER, ITho Hopkinsville Tlio Convention. Militaryisetl France. ."Newspaper for Ilrtrgnrs. to Mini.vi: coii. iiuyan. - pnlug and building up of her army and navy, under the inspiring nry of revenge on Germany for the UJ. niiiuimuit uiii. loss of ........ I lie, Mllll is in Uryau Her armies . ,a... lor- c. ...it . I. It is praotically published In the grew, and It la said that 0"'1' fur ,l, France bas the strongest nnd best mtIcrestof professional heH.rf. r"c? uiiilon. ami contains many curious ml equipped force in her wholo his- vortlt.etne.its ntiderstnnd only hv The stnrv goes that n confer enco has been arranged to be held tory. But. how is it with the lib- this scclinn.of the community, In New l'.irk by Gornun, Whit-ne.erties am) happiness of the French Crofcer, Flower, Carter HarTO 1IUV 1'Al.ESTINK. people ! The nrmy is everything, rison anil Davis of West Virginia, and it is lipid by the army that the TllP Zinilinl IllllVeillont nn.ii.rr (inner Cleveland will bo with army can do tin wrong and that the Jews is growing with them In spltit perhaps personally. armr otllcprs must ha .)...,... i ishiiip rntndliv. Thev Imvn u'ui..n. It is calculated that tho associations, in Austria, Jti9 'atinn can control in the next Nil ft U hvkii held null ii r notlil in Komni.1.1, Great Hritaln V.er- tIon.il Convention nil tho far Hast- , gued papers that it istrea-- FrilllI.' ,lnlr , .., ern States aud Pennsylvania. West on to oppose aur demands of the ,T,0 iu.8t nnd woaltl.ipst Annirt Virginia and Illinois, and it counts army, and the Govrrnment acts .Jews In ilio world are nnitin: ' wltl' cotifldetiooon controlling tho upon this idea. Tho celebrated im worr in this movement, and "" ""ajoniy 01 i e.eg.iie. iii,)itii if hi nn uiniiii'u nn mt Drejfua case Is an illuBtratlon. JhHr object Is to buy the lm it of the treaty with Spain. The Palestine, nnd again .lUli Hence the ter.ible struggle now ,llp ipw,, Tnln platform of tho combination is to )ere , on between efforts to assert civil your eyes open. and, NVutch. The be nnti expansion, authority In that country. Paris ngns of tho Lurd'e coming re as a bluff, If necessary, for silver legislation, although it is very well is for the army, anil 1'arls is'intiltlpl.Tlnj: very rapldly.-VDup- . known that tho political complexlist Flag. Frauce, but the peasantry, the ion of the Senate makes tho passcountry folks are for civil rights age of 'silver bills impossible for I HUNKS (IK II.VIC.UU.T. as against the domination of the tlx vears. Padocah News: "Kentuokyl A Democrat who has been In army. The peasantry are for Rpiiubliciina never entered tinou the councils of both Democratic peace aud against war. Hut, as n .. til..n ....... !... ... ..!. niitii t..... Aii.tlfllio Oflt'B C I. it fill t, .Tminoo ur i it oni c en x, u bi.j o vytir.ii iiim. u,n "n, iiniiMi uuuri u...l. .til - " linlufiu iu ov.......t.. tvll Ii ... l.m;, vorali e com lit Idiir as t ipv will agree to the shelving of llryati, "...i nj "Tho people huve no voice as to this year," sa.vs the IlHrtfori' Up- - being convinced that ho Is unawar war is on before they know publican, ies, indeed there are vailable. He favors anything about It, and it is then Croat chunks of harmony In tho Stone, of Missouri, but is said to ranks. There's John be favorable to euter Harrleou as treason to oi.uosb" ao it B"", White scattering tacks m tho a second choice. The Factional Fight. not only in France, but else- - bycicle path of Cougressman A WAint lime is peeled at the TiiK municipal authorities of Human nature, liken nu-- relug; John Henry Wilson vowing Louisville Convention, June lilst. The bitter factional fight now on thority, it fascinates t lie young vengeance on Congressman Pugh; tho city of lloston have authorThe Goebel. ILndin light is already between Goebel and Hardin nnd and flatters the old, und is seldom ,1,e Governor referring to Senator ized the destruction of all Enghot. The CnUHtKlt'd notion is their friends in ....... for love of Deboe ss a d -- n fool; hvaus and lish sparrows, that biped having the Guberuatorial that the Democrats in Kentucky race, cannot be pleasing to Dem ot...i i.n.i Todl POrryil)B Knh!eB for PHCll become so mischievous as to be a liberty aud freedom. hove got no votes to lose in per ucrats 0,ipr. jny putliDg trouble in tne menace to health and property in who love principles above way of Frank's crowd and fao- - tho norporato limits. " M sonal wr.iugles. Toss these gen-- men. Goebel in public Mieech de How Much . for the Philip- - ",V"S 1n,,re re,,n,1,,,,,n" ,pnr,,Jr '" TiiK new army bill provides tlomen overboard, and all foment- nounces somebody Hy that Iu time of poaco the enlisted puns as a ''liar aud ing such wrangles, and let the peo- scoundrel," aud this in generally pines n r at ertC, other's throats. There strength of tho regular army Is ple haven cleiui ticket from top are many reasons to believe the to lees than '.'9,01k) men. understood to mean Gen. Hardin Our government has already Republicans will get together limited to bottom. or some one whom Hardin could contracted to give Spain $20,000,-- ! when the Ivilkeuny tight is over. Until July 1, 1001. the president can Increase tbe regular army to control. The feeling is unques- 000 for the Philippines, aud this TtiK Padueah Register, d.5,000 men. One hundred additional cadets are to be nppoiuted-Ththinks it has discovered tionably very bitter, and impress- is an obligation of honor because ToKllltiiePrrshteut. president is authorized to en. proof of a Goebel atone combine es the Courier that these gen- commuted by the authority Montreal, March 13. Hy the list 35,000 volunteers for two tleman are out for the authorized to do so. in tho Governor's race by which of tho seoretxrv of tnli of a ears ami four months. There Iu addition our government has, the U.S. Henry Muller, a mid- - are to be -- 7 regiments of Infantry Stone delegates are to be turned pie rather than tke advancement any great principles, or the 10,000 soldiers over there, aud a die aged German, was arrested and three, of cavalry among the over to Goebel in the Coin entiou, of One brigadier-genera- l mid Stone to have Goebol's friends harmony of aud success of their large navy which cost several ,n l".v. charged with plotting to volunteers. may bo np pointed to every party. And jet there are some millions and will cost many more. for United Stales Senator. The e(ll,cnt0l, Malh.r ,8 1,000 volunteers. l One COURIER knows nothing of this who fault the Courier for its conSoveral hundred lives of our i,le to converse rationally on all for each 12,000 volunteers. or ma other combiue, mid, there- servatism in refusing to be used soldiers have already been sacrin- subjects.except his haired of tho Post canteens are abolished. United Slates. He served In the fore, neither affirms or denies; but us the henchman of uuy of these ce! in battle nnd to the i civil A hill is pending in the Michi war, was shot in the head. nriiunn-- o ...! i.n- -, it does know that the wars of pnl 2. legislature to license persons " since which time he has been S Q Kow Lere lfl what t,,e Owens- - can know, ' whereit will end. lllcinus are devious and nasi Hnd-- I drink intoxicating liquors for o ject t epi.ptlc attacks. Receiit-.tlogout until the game is lost orll,oro Messenger, itself an active Granted that it is right to con- - ly he underwent treatment at two "average, and to increase the cense of the man who sella them, won. This is a reason that tlie ,IfHOt,,,,,lBt ,,U8 to 8H': quer and hold the Philippines, (as local hospitals. bill provides that a man who surely will be the resnlt of nnr1 Muller recently wrote to Presi-'Th- e COURIER has not the eiill.u.lasi,,Li,1,1 r ..t. d 4k.iuvAi ao nnnv .........., n...... .. .. I....I. . dput Angell. of the University of obtains, by the payment to any iu party mailers it once had, and bCriourf tlmu thu bolt of the coldbnm in ' township, village or city clerk, a Michigan, a plan he V " 1&'J0 prefers to i.uIiUhW tlie ttnth hb It Wim vvheu the Dcinix?ratic utato ticket r: money and blood that Is to ,lu formulated detailingMcKluley. . had fee of 5, may drink nil the Manor be to kill A... t'fi.iil und u llouuliin lrua. U.e iur uieir 'mnvniinmrrwlttiuai "iiiallce or fn- - tnro ulooteil. lluudirxlw nuil thawutuila huii SQ ami of ons hi nnua letter ho vor, ireiiriig no cumlfilute's collar. oi ueinovntts can ho hoard sayiug they ountrol f Let the expausioulsts to the state rrrnnicii rhn Muller year.wnina for tliooftierind person The name every department. will nut vote fur Hardin, or for (toolief, is drawing a pension of s24 per taking out a drinking license Is to w Ls unni. Oh tl.ctr eeliiii'j mav be), if The Tennessee Legislature has iuatisl. Thu teeluig i, dailyhegrowing stop and think. be published, together with the month foa his disability. made it a felony to keep u room utoro iuteue, autl tho campaign lias not number of his license, and Iu order WHEAT IU.UAME1I. for the pla.ving of crups. ? W 2. fairly opened yet. Anouymous ciiru-l.u- s Colony on llellauir run. to purchase a drink at any bar this are filling the mails. Accasations TuiCUK wete eleven desths of The Commissioner of Agricul- ,. .II If licence must be produced, and tho v ' Congressmen dutlng the session of the ino-- uhiiiciutu character, but .ure, .......re, i. . bill makes it un offense, punish" '! vii is VSIIU 01 wholly unsupported, , uas receive.! reports ,,re( nii.do bv able by flue and imprisonment, for just closed, a pretty largo per tho Dispatch against :iro Cioubel aud from several tectlons of the State' cago hea(ls of fHIIIe8 from Air. w r z pi nnd other cities of the mid a saloon keeper to sell liquor to a muse aviiu KnniMirr 1114 rnTiriiMiif- - 'rini cent. o . . 1. ... , r... ..'jiin,'narH.ii ....n. n me r .A urea, P nntiiu...u.ii. nr .1. oeuu going 011 wr weeks, it uas'"" wrm ui uci-iperson who has no licpusp, or Tor ,,. J" "' Iu m,,..,!,,. a z w ",, oenator " uatiu-allnsiulteil in a sharp criticism on the heat crop. He says that ' Northern hotel hero on Suuilay. the owner of a license to v in. Lindsay will go to New transfer of Mr. Hanliuho is iu u ixwitiou to iu the eastern section of the State j " organize a York coh.i.y nIHt document either ..s a luan lo practice law after his term of ' l, DItch. There will be tllb wheHl Wl8 pro,c.ote. hv six after Bellamy Ide.i, which, it h ex- - g f, or ' mo'00' " oltlce expires two years hence. iud.es of snow, and was not ma- peeled, will take up fl.000 ac'res , f ow, tl.eae distinguished gen- - teriallv injured. In other Nectim.h nnnultivated lands iu thn ihIp of. 11..1 a u, RKinitTHii.ill.ii itiicc .1 am' emiilUliites the snow fall was liglit, and wiih I'ines, off the south coast of Culm TBE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE niirtorihO 189-- COltmi nrnn in "em can afford to drown the water Iu the ground the crop aud start u municipality of Its own. Arkansas is .vet unpicked, and COMPANY OF NEW YORK that thousands of l.ats will rot iu all principles iu their mad quest uas ueeu considerably damaged. RICHARD A. McCURDY PRtsiOENT the Oelild for want of pickers, will cost Uncle Snrn 83,000,-00It fur office and nominations, the The T elf Hi Census STATETIDNT cash to keep tho Cuban soA Cyclone struck the town of Courier owes none of them any Splendid Selection of For the ldiers from turning bandits. How According year ending Orcanbr J I gog Alntlisoimlle, Teun., Saturday obligation, and will have neither lo the Buntltrd of the InHirmnce The census of 1900 Is not to be much will it cost him to preteut txtvmnicut of the sute of New York night and wrecked twelve or so extensive as that of 1890. them from turning tramps after houses, killing three people lot or parcel in the scramble. NEW BOOKS, At least, so we are told. The pub- their money is spent t ISCOHE and injuring about n dozen others. . UMfllM for I'r rail nil lication of Buplemoutary volumes $t,HS,7JS l,ft7,V) W Foreign powers are anxious to County Surveyor and Roads. t f the last census or two was kept Admiral Dewey Is said lo be from ill othtr Suarm STATIONERY, 146,000,049 41 up until another census was near- suffering from Intense mental learn the attitude of the United msnrnsEMms Kentucky seems to be as far ly due. All this has grown in the strain, as well as the enervating To States in regard to China. Uncle tut lUlmi br f U.SOS.MS 00 NOTIONS, &c. Sam.Jnst now han his bauds full away from any system of public case of 110 years for the simple climate, and cannot last ttiere To l.rath l'ollrybol4r for Eitlow. in the management of a lot of roads by taxation or contract as requirement for the enumeration much longer. lie is getting to II,4M,7S1 85 Itimli. Dhlnodi, tie. . Mongolians that he paid 820,000,-(HH- i It was fiO years ugo. Hut, no mat of the people so there might be a, the ugo when a man ought lo take For ll other ccoiit Call and sco our Stock. EverySi,tlS,0SS OS definite basis for representation life very quietly, but we sincerely for and lie is not quite sure ter whether ASSETS the roads are to be and direct taxes. Tbe that he WMiits any mure trouble I'nltMl Stt,i Hood, iad ,tllr latter have' trust that this report is much thing up to date. kept up by the contract system, Mrar.I.M iu that quarter. into desuetude for the reus 'aggerated mid that he is good for Flrit l.ltn Lutx on Load tad II60,5,H1 ti . . or kept down by the old hand scr- - on that thei- tax the people of the H lug a long life yet. 8,&0S,SO 0 nortfua Maiiy IJbuendes it Co. KxoKii'tNo tho resolution iu ful4iaai oa lMiadi nd olker otntea riiltl .! n..- - u ror of the independence of Cuba, vico, It would be o capital Idea for mid notaccording tolotheir number t.... ioiiiwurui.u a.aie ivxecu-,..- , ...,; . . . . . ,3a,ei8 oo mr. their ability ve Committee mot in Lexington' widen was a practical declaration our State law to put the roads in to pay according ' hvrii..uu t taxes. of war against Spain, the Fifty-fiftlast week and called a Convention artSlAViVTr?.t V t0,C0,,,4D " wan each county under the direct su.. naa bbi In I, a l.nl.1 I.. uuu,n...e .. 1 congress did but little which has pervision or the County Surveyor. ... ww ...... ... nnI...III Uomez Impeached. .iu,., Ut;mt4 e j,,, Mttni ll.M I.JJ7 It --1st to nominate candidates the approval of the American peo-pi- The County ' for 10 rteatiui.ete. s.tsi.ss: (Suoeoiior to Wra. Ule.ttlbriok,') Surveyor is usually The appropriations amount Tim Cuban Assembly has im- State offices. Delegates will lie ;;,ot7,34 so an engineer of more or less abiliDKALK IN MiBinnr--s nlontAll lit rtnnnli' ami Innlulnllfn ' cd to over a billion mid a half dolpeached Gen. "J """ "j..D.nn.r. roller Rirf, ote. ; ltSS,0..8,840 ty and experience, and, as such, ed him from Gomez and removlars. mass conventions on Juno, roatrrat j,is.csi et command of tbe ar- 17tb. Mr. . - f.tto.ooo oo Ollie James, of Oritten- - W't'i" nrpUi IN answer to the action of thn coul1 C'vo l,,a,1B orders and iu- - my. Of thirty voles in the nssem- - rlpn ft77.SIT.12a nnnntv trua alanlml i .. tnl.., Cuban Assembly in impeaching structions for each plot of road lly. only four were cast in favor me6,ing 0i ,,,e 8,B,e 0etr"' ' '""i""." tOri.TII.OQT 7. him as CoiiiniHiider-in- . Chief of tbe with judgment and advantage, so of Gomez, who is, however, p ' ,0he"Cee,, I have ea,efully,Ine,l,he foren.StMe- - MIGKMAK, Cuban army, Gen. Gomez has is that each year's working would be ular with the army, tho uiiliti W KUHTUOKY. ment ndrin.t the taxue to i correct tubuitieo administration. Mm nninr. n,..l aenninr Goebel ns a sued a statement lo the Cuban to, a given calculate by the In.urance Ueoartmenl. H,Hle,at ,8",e. imrpose. The qualifi- properly owners, and la not dls- - " ClIAILBS A. rULLLEK Auditor people nnd army. Fie says lie has FItBB DBLIVB1CY. Now comes a learned M.I), endeavored to do hia dot v. and cation of a County Surveyor could turbed by the action of the assom Prom the DlrUIWe Surplui a dlrldeotl will be that he is owed nothing, retiring bo made such by law as to insure bly. Manuel Sauguilly insinuated .nnd says that lying is a disrise apportloued n uiual. Telephouo Store No. 94; Itesl- nuusiieu witu wnni tie Iiiib done, bis capacity. A largo part of bad that Gomez was a traitor to Cuba, nnd can be cured. It's very much rtOBCflT A. ORANNISS idouoe, No. 0(1. The charge agninst Gomez was.like kleptomania if tlie partv is and saving: "Wherever destiny road working is from lack of "failure In his military duties ami j rich he is n kleptomaniac, R. GllLBTTS rules that I make my home, there General Mtnajrr bat if WALTBR Lloyd y, id DR. can the Cubans depend upon a knowledge, or not working to a uiaouemenoe to tne assembly,", ne is a poor devil, forced by hard Iiaac I'ftKDKKIC CROMWELL Treoiurer ItUORY MCCL1NTOCK given plan, by the overseers. And the specific act of disobedienue, times and bnd luck to steal, Actuary iricuu." IIISC0K II HUMAN, nrrnug-- . hujis bread for his children, then Louisville has decided not to it is scarcely possible for a Fiscal ing forhis insistance npon the HICKMAN, Is a common thief. So it is General Agent for Kentucky ami the disbanding of KBNTUOKY a special commissioner to Oonrt to possess such a minute send LouLsvillo, Ky. ban armr without the assembly's with the liar, if he Is a society Cuba and Porto Itico in tho in- knowledge as to enable them to 12. It. ELLISON. Ag't, Hickman, Ky, Offloo over Oowglll & Oowgill's terest or Louisville inadufactu-rer- issue proper and needed Instruc- consent. The assembly again do . dude with banged hair and (hat $3,000,000 was Insufll-- board collar, it is a disease which Drug tjtore, for a while yet. The board tions. cient as a first payment for the ar-- should undergo regular treatment, of trade has been' working ou the my, aud has hot yet accepted It.l nt if he Is n hurd working fellow D. Q. I'AItK. plan for some tune, but according J. C. BPEIQHT with bluer blood in his veins than to tho report prepared by Ohas. is A Pulaski county, Ky., farmer ii. mucin nun m jjumsvine in tue untie over heurd of. he is nnre- now cultivating ginseng and PARK & SPEIGHT, E. Currie il would be unwise to finds there'is big money iu it. He recover a Kentucky coon dog oc ly a liur. a thing at the presattempt such MAYPIBLI). KBNTUOKY ouplcd for day the at out a half ent time. However, after busi- Bet years ago, ncre of tho weed u teution of nan entire Tub richest man in the world Is Will do General Law Business judge, six attorneys, Tew nnd this year sold ness has fully recovered and said lo bo John O. Hight, of iu all Courts, State und Fedthings have settled, the wealth of uhnnt iKOIl tlinnnl, uonn .nna ..... me pinmiin biiu uereudant, tbe Artica. He commenced IllsSouth busieral, und iu nil tho Courts lJuW which included two ministers, chased from other partios and In lli C0UWER these islands will bo investigated. ness life at tho age of 10 with of Fulton County. J017HNAL tban in ni other p. turned over ut a good profit, Ho HnU u ro'" 'a" of witnesses. Dur mid went to his adopted homo hearing of the case the dor? per publUliMiJ-b- oth la qiinlii sod rrnn.pt Attention (Jit en Collections. Tub great Miller prophecy for has sold a creat deal i.r thn mnt '"B quantity. the end of the world was fixed for at $5 per pound. and says he could slePl under the table in the cus- - nnd buught apparently worthless mines from two drinks up, solliug October L4, 18l,aiidlie had manv dig every root he has aud sell at lu,,J 0I u,e fl"enn, thorn subsequently for immense 104 Papers One Year-Fo- r thousand followers mid believers. 5 tier nound. Most interesting tests of sums. Tho ono ho bought for the . nnd as many ns 50,000 it in aaid, Blacksmith and Undertaker have recently been made drinks were organized In the Qnltedi Dldyou kuow how. muoh may in "the city of brotherly love," twoone time netted him M0,000.000. 50 Cents, ho was oantured lv n At HICKMAN, KBNTUOKY. State. These orgHiilzatlons held begotten out of one bushel of for humanitarian purposes. They native king, who ofl'ered him ouo The meetings, printed im.tts, and sent corn t The distiller gels four were A TIIIAL when yon wan successes too, limbs out of his daughters In marriage, He la the HUI of many lUlllea, OUt speakers or preachers to warn irnllnii nf wlilaknv. ivlilnli po..ii nil llluckniullbiiig done, or repair.. In off, hands mid arms amputated reruaed.uiul tho old king then of all oilier papers. It print the people told the superior In ct ri.du circles the ' for Vaon, 4c. iloramlinning a IC80. The United Sim.. and the most dllllcult operations him lie must marry all four of his morn real new, mote .food oUaa tuatUr, I alao keei a full line of ..... T, vakkiiiii'ih K nn. irni'DPiiiiiaiir rrora hi .111 x.,u itiim. iluriuruie.i wmi more ease hi mi it more goo'l Morlei, tiin any other. la. daughters or die. Fortunately ho til iIir ihi.ii nnilxnu . .. ... B C0,1BU"'! ""'IB "ke the shock as A good U iticl WfJiiniUj anil 8luriU; Jf,W er. Undortakor'c Ooodc, was rescued from both death and iror. Ia fixing the gets dsutik. wife gets bun- - esthins. Tt.ev nrnciwi i,OPn,.,i matrimony. He Is coming to this eoininanlnn lo taenia. tJiuople coplet free Common, Itoaewood, unit Holld lllack Wall ou application, Write lo u "n The question that It was a force r T"e,ohrtr? " nut Coflina and CnReit, which oan he titled conntry soon nnd won't fanriiboff, but there 'Ivi.M bo follow- rejoices. thut whut God. exerted and controlled and re- - aging maiuimiH toast uiui the manup on abort notice, nnd nt reo.iable CO, to "tho era. 'uiadu the corn for I prices. OIe me a chII. suited in great good. queoue taste I" LOUISVILLE, KY, Alsns-Lorainto-da- y Honklnsvillo Ootivcntion, rolled to noiniiinto a democratic HICKMAN, ICY., umididiitc for Railroad Commissioner, passed off entirely hamio : : MAUOH 17, 18PP I'll I DAY, : iilnirs, nnd Its work was accomFOI! IIOVBUNOII ! plished exiiedltlously and well, without tlio least friction, Mr. J. P. WAT. HARDIN. F. Deitipspy, tlio present Incuni Subject to thr action of the Dcmociatlc Imiit being re nominated, without Ki.tte Couvoutiou. nomination. Msny democrats Hp- Stato Convention Juno 21st. preheiided fXL'itpniptit nnd troulili1 Iipi'iiUmh it wits oiven nut (lint finThe Slate Cut Potion to iioiii. ,,,,,. friendS would seek to com- Iniwe n JlPMimtf nilc cmiiliili.te for pel nn endorsement of the Goebel Governor and other Sime olllcers, election law, the Ohlnn School has been called to meet in Louis- hook hill, and tlio McOnrd Hail ville, .Iiiiip. lilat, unit the county r hill, and tint tlio friends of mass meetings to delect delegates Hardin nnd Stout would resist ussenihle at tlip court houses in any suuh endorsement. It was the respective county seats, at 2 also feared that Hardin's friends o'clock standard ti'ue, on June would seek an endorsement of the 17th. They all to select one del. Louisville Mispatch. The result et'Htp for pery 'JttO votes cast for that such counsel prevailed that llr.VHii in ISUti, and one delegate for every fraction of 'MO amount- none of these resolutions were ing to more than nuo hundred presented to the convention, and vote. Here nio the, ijnulifica-lio- therefore no such friction. Whoth agreed upon hy the execu-tlv- er" these questions will cotne up cnininlttee "All known Item as issues in the Stuto Convention ocruta and others who suppottcd VV.,1. Hryan for I'resldent. and remains to lie seen. Clearly, It flinnri who pledge tlirmn-lvet- t fo Ooeliel has nlroixrtli sufficient to support lie nominees of on id nnu secure tlio nomination, ho will ventlon shall lio entitled to participate in the county or legisla- compel tlio adoption of these res olutions as parly Issues. The bittive conventions." terness of the campaign between Gov. Hkadlky Is absent fro m (iriphel and Hardin forntinilpn nn the State. In Michigan, for several good fi.r the harmony of the par- weeks, and during his nhspneo Lt.ty nhotild either be the nominee, Governor U'orthington will therefore some other mau may sine. Ami the pardon machine be the nominee. will tic in full sweep. : I n Wiirrrit, r,I,p(nKtou Leader. Among the manifold nnd cur Tlio condition of Franco is nn Washington dispatches for some ious productions which eimum'e oujotil lesson to the whole world from the Freuoh I'rosa, says TU 'd..s past hnvo told of n political as to the growth of the military 'scheme that is National In its Hits, is n newspaper called power. The French, nlwoys nn dlcauts' Journal." This "Men , pernio-scope, anil will liavo an Important impulsive, war-likpeople, since leal Is published and is betiriuc on the Democratic uomi tlio France-Prussiawar subor- edited and printed In smnrt st vie. f., resident. It has be- dinated everything to tlio strength It does not concern itself vCilli mill Mrtii.it e n Particular People. have their clothing made to measure and should know that we have the sole agency in this city for the matchless productions of ,"'"" J. L. GATZCRT & CO., Chicago, engaged exclusively for more tlian Thirty Years in Fine Tailoring. '"'" a . P'Wnil IS u We cordially invite our friends and the general public to favor us with a call and irvctV SrvVurVs immense line of "tUattA 5aW mA "DItyAct SmlU from which we are prepared to make to order Elogar.t Suits, 3V ovM& co-nlii- - Handsomn Overcoats TossvWe lr 8. Stylish Pantaloons and '. .;, - Tvces Ky. We Guarantee Absolutely to Fit and Please You In Every Respect. g H. G. AMBERG, Hickman, e re-cs- ti , anti-trust- Resumed Business I I j. x a Iftoiitiiisf , Mt.. I 111 in-- . II ( pre-lan- d J. J. C. NONDUHANT has liouglit tho Grocery Stock 01" Ar.ritKi) McI)..Nn:r., in tlio 1'nwell Block, and will continue busincM at that htaud. He has added largely to the stock, nnd will keep equal to nu h i. Grocery Establishment Qtinlity, Quantity, Prices nuil Variety, to "elect from. He solicits tho trade of hi patrom of former years, and tlio public generally, proiui ing to and nil FAlll DKALINO. 1 - r HICKMAN WAGON CO., WAML'r-Arri'HF.H- r riir. rn.r.iATr.D nnti-Ston- e s V I rk JYsgnVSfrlI Haf SiiJi- .- f,, .,, niHjor-gen-er- - '. "LTZ ,.,,.,' I snb-'B1"- z S .HICKMAN WAGONS, o I Ii- ,,., aii jm3SO 5 2 rj 3-- saS Jo 5 i "Majestic'1 Cooking Ranges The Best in the "World ! You 4'niiuel .tlnkr u ninlalie K-in- e v t.. " "" 11 '' I .,, la Baying Oae of tHese Ranges ! Oue of Its Strongest l'oiuts Is ...T,, its r.. . II VECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUELLV Onyltig o . Itakcs IHscnits In Minutes 'Slujestio" means a & llfv-llm- Light ISrrsd in 40 Mlnntrs. of Kconoinlcsl Cooking e Cull anil r.xniiiluri The 111. You'll Iluj 110 Ollirr. - ? j self-seekin- Cash Book Store. Ms 0 KERR & RA1TDLE, M Hf-tee-u rollrt-holJe- ri ...... S,..--.- -. to-- MtWfr I SFINE WATCH AND JEWELRY 4 REPAIRING A n Watches, Diamonds, Jowelry, Clocks, Silverware, &c SPECIALTY, - ia. h T a v. Mu !9wvawvi ST Qouuluo Both Thomas Alarm Clocks for $1.00. Doors East of Lnclede Hotel, IIIOKMAN, KY. B. T. TILKK, .."." ,i.,.i, Fancy Groceries and Provisions, I '""" "' 111 HICKMA1T Paid 1 1. suitfi.UM ? rr.it. c. 1. noLcoini:, r. rm'i. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY. a.u t.i5irsi::5 inoriTK 8ATH, YT. C. JOUXKO.t.t'itikl i Ctiitul $50,000.00. io,ooo. per-bein- g Cu-'li- e Ton-iiessc- Dentist, 11 S.K.DAVIDSON Solicits your business. Wo offer tho nioHt Liberal Accoiiinioilatloua to our Customers Consistent with Established liiitiklnjr Principles. R. T. TYLER, O. A. HOLOOMDE, .7. NAYLOR, W. II. BALTZER J. W. COWOILL. W. L. McOUTOHEN. M. II. BIIAW. Ly X)IKBOa?OK, s s side-dare- d 1 YOU I j GET ! r"T! ? y y t ;r ? r t1 ; The BEST OFFER Ever Made by a Newspaper! "1-? t't i- - ;-- it y-T- - LA II MORE TWICE-A.WEE- WEEK Oil PAGES EVKUY FOIt ONLY twiot-a.nee- I WO,-00- r . A. F. OLIVER, hyp-notis- The emi.weekl Itepulillc. the heal tnerl newepapar prlnl.d In Ilia world, oonlalntnx all the newn in eight pagee and The llepubllo Model Mai.ne one year for $1.50, ncpiioi.o annua? untax. ne tbe new.paper nioceaa of 1807. A home journal of tbe boat clnit, io large page trrtj net, 4 pagea ol fan, It page of the lirlhteit and best resting printed. It conlaloa more higk-clapioturea and cartoon, than woro eer allemple. other .,. ItMnrA ... llltail wplt.ra nml a.ll.f. nn.if vll.i.l A in 'Pl. irpuiiiig- itinuaainv .1 ..,.... .,.n.v ..niuuutciu iHv I..-.- la any Iff .tpublleatlon. ...-- .10 lltan a. any other Wea.ern publioalion. Tbe Mniine will be lot I only In connection with lb Re. ubllo, but la'malled teparataly eaob week. Addree all orden to $1.50. eerui-wtikly n il -- TWICE-A-WKC- K COUniKIt-JOUIl-NA- L TIIK lCFPUHMC, Nt. I. on In, M. r 11 ' c ':".. l' 11111 s I W COURIER-JOURNA- L I euop nnr in jail, Subscribe for the COURIER;" "HICR31AN vJaWew.,iff Kmvy.ci:'wmd&&mwmw w'w .j m "w-- ; ajMta yaJSt. &ymzmyy M . . aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaailBaBaBaaaaaaBBBBaawaaajBaBwaisHBa JPjfeiteSalt' rjt srniiaii itifiB2& tvir hm' - , ti attJti,lffV - V - LIME, CEMENT,. Lumber, Rough and Drcssod DOORS, BUNDS, ETC, SASH, SHINGLES, Builders' Material Always on hand. :. llob Wnlgainot, Ihitii In Kickninu, X Niul Dentil. but of recent years . resident of Clmr. lesion, Mo., it (lend. Tho Enterprise Mr, Alex. Check, u bright, promising says that ho iimwwiwl many good traits mill was well liked. young mnii, son of l'rof. .1. O. Check, Tim berry crop U rrirortiil 'in flnu priuclpil of Hickman College, died, pms'ioct, str.iwleri ins In abundance, Tuesday morning last, after ii brief III niul raspberries only net Iwck xome. Tim ues of typlioiil pneumonia. IIo wait an few peaches, iro.irs, &c, th.it thcro may unusually promising youug nmi,of tho bo, will bo defective. highest morals, excellent habits, n re Mr. Mott Ayors.of tho Fulton Load-rr- . cent graduate of tho College, niul was wad in Hickman. Moinbiv. It,, U r for hot for SlniiO fur fiilVi'l mil- - mul lmi filling tho portion ot fill tho car mid heart of u largo number of '10 Far low uuil Merchants' ll.ink nt Fulton county Democrats with him. tho tliuo of liis iloitli Ho hml oppar- Mr W. F. Hyuittii.ii highly respect- - eully before lilm a bright. proicroui . .. ........ in liu-- i llllll, III 1114 mul nieful life, n houix-- of projicr prldo honm near Cayco. Saturday lint, of to IiU parenti uuil family. No wonU MllCllMlUsi'llSC. Ho loilVOS n w if il. Nix for the chilitrou, uuil many rli'iiiln to mourn can meaiiiiro tho deep Myinp-ithIimh, anilcted family. lilt book-keeie- KlIAI) SUCHIKSflONS. KVEUY 1'AKW POSTED. Will cheerfully make estimates on mi)" quantity ditslnd, niul guarantee lowest price L P. &W. S.Ellison -- only, wc will clean niul KuiinuitiHi for I your, your Watch for only M reut, tho Ot Ii ItKLIAlitX. Tho citieuH of IMrla. Tumi., have rnliiil .'0.(HX for tliu Ixnilsvillo uuil N'anliviUo Krtllroiil null tlon.itcil It 20 iii'icrnf liiuil toh mi tho Comimny to Hk machine hhoi. there, wlilch will 1m) (lone (I.ij-- h lo-r- n 't? v An enjoyable entertainment was (Ivi-i- i at Mr Jiim IIpom-4- . Weilnwlay lfftlit, in honor of Mim 8heet7, of Me. ln)xi!lH, III, llofreahmeutN wero crv-eiTalili', niul tlio yoiuiK folks eujoyixl Imineiiaely N., 0. & St. h. K. It. Thenltoof KnakaAi.l, the find I.KVVK AHUIVKH in the MtaHsippi Valley ; the Train N. M l 1 VI P. m. ' Train No. Ii. III a, m, tint) capital of IlllnoU. ami at ono tltnu Tlala htf. t, alxtrtl.. hi Train Nu I, IA h. (he of tho Vit, wiw Hwept away ln- -t week by a hift of tho cur. rent nr tun Mlwliwlpjii riyrr, Local and WJTA. M. l)i:ilOW keeps tho best bioml 111 tlio cily, St. Patrick' day ! All lull to tho Ono of our Tennosaee exehauurM gTOell. Niiy: " 'Oouie neven, come cleeii' U uow ilouo with, an tho (ioiprnor Ima loir Bread itrrhes dully for Hritow. c'.pneil the crap rIhkiIIiik bill. It will Will Helm left Sunday night for nowciMt yon ouo year in tho St. Louis. tlary to (,'et caught rolliliK the Umut." Miu Monro, of Columbus, Ky., Ik The Hecietury nf War, in allotments visiting Miu llnoghrr. of thoUol MiHii,l(i)l Ktwr nppntprln. tioiH, kIvis ftO.IHX) to New Madrid, ami 'oiiit Forwiiril I Nlok HolcoinUiniiil Mlt Shaw went Miss Jclia Jackson hasopned W.lKW to CariitheiNville, mid amouutA All pirsons indebted to O. A. to Fulton, this ntfk, rooms npstairs oyirlj. P & W. to eioh loveo ilLatrlct, but none, in namnot ifli.-i- l that they ninxt como S. Kllisou's drj K'oils store, where she NEW OXFORDS, ace them at ed fur tlio Hickman and Tiptonrillo fonvanl and 5ettle. Delays aro dan. would bo pleased to have her friends lUl.Teit A; IXxiiw. I.e oe. i;erons. Verbuin S.ipieuti. mid former patrons to call. Her taste I have a lot of I.ADIKH and A. Ii. Murtlii unit wife, nf l'lillon, JUT and skill lu this Department is well 0ilIi,lJlti:X'8SH0:SwhichIamHull. wtro iu tliu rity tnU wick. 1 1 kuowu lu this community, and needs Nlatc it. ln nt .'ost. They an' n.irKaiiiN. no further commendation. Mm. Ivy llnrrvlt, of Union City, Is 'J. Jl.il It II AtM.CIKI .IslUugMni. T. A. Ledford. Mrs, bimmrms, wo aro sorty to note, . in More About (lie Molluess Preachers. Mlas.Hhoeir.of Metropolis. 111., I 'We Uwiwieru ciri wrote U ner conm , is i.ut little Iwltvr oir at this w ritinK. all well j inother K.t the l.U Mt. Hmiion. next ..... Uitiug .Mm U'iill r lloudt won. , , ...... is mil tho Hiiniii ., ,mirlilm nl brother I.d ,..i.. u.....i IMltor Courier: I W.M. KMUrti : -- WUr M.iud ! is ijot n Imbeo. , Illvi,ll-,onH,tMT Solid Cold nttn.l. Tho j;roat Holiness preachers aro e till When lhie few Hum reach von I bono Kym tcntis! fn ut tho Ot it lli:i um.r.. they will tln.l you enjoyliiK the intiiuj l'rovlded It dim t ratn any morti for j onrmiiUt .and they aro a sight . They Molt Ajnxt, editor of the Fulton weeks, farmers will nU.nt.thno I bnMkliiK their land for com. Lvadir, wa in the city Monday. " '" '" 1. """'" ,,1(,nr or Hickman, spent Ki'tiivr, uiu noil i Know tne uinereuco .V,Z 1"7'- Mr. Paul Shaw, Tim Sheriff's tax a ties promoter , ,,u brotilcr, A. M. lock"''7"-'. in tho old ,., betweeli them. Tho liaptist preacher k Monday, niul Wru well nttiiidial. bl Umit Anchor lino of MLululppi nt ,,,! ,,,.,. I nrcuchiHl on tho first Sunday iu this Suit .' Jf WT of, for bom, .MltS. rier stisimers, and mm of the tlncst lu that lino's Ilwt. ' Mr. AlUrt Graves and daughter, MUs mouth showing them where they were IIOl'KI.NS m.i'.o at Halt7I-.i- i .;1iiih. V,iion citT tl,U k' j wrong, aud they didn't know what to suddenly ut Cairo, IlLs., last week. k0"11'' Ui,,l in Kpworth league Literary meeting illiil Tim colurcil population seems to ls do they could not explain anything of hoiirt frtllun' ' at Ohrlallnu Cliurcli, nil imit- , decnMhlng, as five families from this ubont It. That night they triul to prencli i i. i lll. left for Wit Plains, Mo., sanct Mention but could not do anything NiiilUuloiiKttearl, when ."weilnmlny. y Ls St, Put rick's itiy, mid at nil. mid they then tried ruuuiug cVvT true son of Kriu will dou thu On lant rridny ulght a mtuirnl enter - um u iiiiierueiiuiiuiiiiiiuiis. .v.,.,. a. n,w. ' ..i n ,i wuri)iijiiusi . ' i jjn-eiitiilimcut was given by Mbcw Kmlly i.ivm .,.... II1LJ r ne hi run down other churches, ami lliio pruent Tho lutoratnto AtKiciation of Odd a new in an' eiuiiv caugui nv inn single ami Joliuuto TIiouuis. spriiiu bok, iomprUiug u ; they got into nu argument. He asked l'rllows will meet in Paduoah, April 2(1 plivo of win In'iit to fonn a spring at w'em them where they got their doctrine uud Abblo DutT. Curtis Henrv. mid 27. tho eentir, with UirUsl luxiks at tho they couldn't tell anything about it. Whipple. Hoy CI irk. 8'rvlcf Suiular innruiu and nlKht ends, the bitter lieing i ntssiM when tho Iaito Hurrtts, Itlchanl Prnther. They told him that lio didn't underI.ucy nt IhoChriatlau Uhureli. by EM A . hook Is m mid spreading niwrl when stand tho Bihln, and ho told them that Nuuuio Thomas, linruanl Davis. 1) ibney. taken by tho fish. ho didn't think tliey did either. What I.yda Maibtox, Sam I.uten. thoy pn-acwill do very well If a perSome of tho lurvest nioney ownirs lleslo Maddux, ltufns Wheeler. rJl. Prvali Ilrend and Cake at son don't know any betttr. 1 wish they l Kdwin Mozlev. and mitat financiers ant DrlkiwV A School Giul. I.mily Tboin.is, Homco Ilettesworth, might do goexl. liliemlly iu Hickman l while, MUs Mary Shuck and MiM McCou-nell- , Jobuuio Thomas, I'.lmer Thndkeld, of JonUu, ,in tho kuimU uf Mrs. uud It Is having a marked clTcct in stimMexiTH. Drew Dacoti, Chas Clark, ulating nal CHtato Mil net. They hao VaI Prattler. Idlo money, and think it thu cutest and Isiuanl Maddox uud Arthur Thouias. Mcnsr. Heurj' Maddox and Hovers. Mr. Pan! Shaw, an excellent young nin-i.- limwtiueul Isifon) them. iiion, tins Uvn ouiployml us olcrk lu thu Joo Wilsou. was again an Tho Otko Walk pout otllct. At a Into hour nfreliiiipiit wero servat City Hull. Friday, umbr the ed which lind beeii prewanit by tho Hcmciubor tho M. I). Juhiumn rutl. nn.iilr of tho W. O. T. U's. Master rh.iriulng liiMtciM, Miss Kmlly. Wo Hslt7er and Miss Addin Mnrrell, certainly had as much pleasnru us tiu'Hiitunlay, March va. Iteait I lie won thu first cake; and Master Hanroy could hae been had lu tho siiuo length We havo just received our Spring Helleyiiiul MUs S.ulie llix'ii, tho Slut Will Tntt for wife ninnler, and Hob cake. Tho ladiifli clearcil about foO M of time. IU'hS T. ICcs. May-fiellino of will With Illauks for mi', Try Seu that vonrNiys Sjirmg Suits April lUlh. illtS. JVM) IIOI'KI.VS labtl ou A kolid stiver Thimble, (uiiraii-tiHi- l rsf tint OM ULI.lAlIM:. for tin in, they are the best at ui 11alti:ii it Dodiw. Mrs. lion Harper asks special nttin-tloden l.yon Is a caudidito to repreto tho announcement that she has Our leading fruit man, D. W Dlck-tuosent l,you mid Marshall counties iu tho or fruit grown the services or Mrs. Jennie Hull, minus nHrts nil kimls next I.CKUtittiirc. with except upplw. killed inakir of experience, in this ear, tho latc-.- t styles aud fashions, aud that , this Miss llervilo HerriiiK has returned to Hyoii get any jM'.iches, Tho bet values oversold lu Hick she w 111 bo pn-- iml to tako orders ueit her homo al Union City, after UlliiiK you must get them from Cauucil gissls in thLs lino w ill is) high, week. j Mrs. T. T. Sw ayne man. Wo can glvo you If you get any that Is really gissl, .... Mls Jistsio Oaten, who u teaching and i..:i i.i.. - "" """Tho Best Is Sftiitor Thurhtou has introduced a nt Water Valley, Ky 1.00 SLIPPER in Town. Tlio uounerstaiiMi tnai no ono ncre bill which he thinks will reduce the lug the wes-V- . at lioino aUMitsoli4rel the gnit meteor lnt llnod danger along the Mississippi. The Beat taiTry n Uirrvl of Krltt .V;Mine mul week lu 'his wo are mUtakeu. for He proposes to open sovi ral channeLs ) lliKici.t. Cln'iiit t!lerk Moms olxeried It and Htar Cement from SI.60 SLIPPER in Town.1 New Orleans, and also to dlcrt tho None letter. gives a ilevnption of Its appear- water at Mirious jnunts along tho river. The Best Tim bill pri) lib's for tho opculiii of a Mr. It. T. Tyler Ismglit tho 1M. ance. Somehiiw his lurtiality for 2.00 SLIPPER in Town. vUlon for channel or branch rler below Capo si rvice indicates Meyer IiuwIiiiimh Iiouhit, sold I.ut Mon! Giranlean to empty surplus water Into Tho Best eclwtrio phenomena. Hello day at Asxiguee's s.ile. Little Hier. If tho plan wero adopted. The strength of a loc.il iiownuM-Tho river at Hickman was about it would practically make n second $2.25 SLIPPER in Town.' You eau help on astaiul yestinlay, aud must Imi fall-- ' Mississippi of Mttlo river, nnn rniu lies In Its local columns. Best u by giving u nu item. ing by to .lay '1 lio pnxvts an tnul .. jj ,i.ia COnutrv. Maiden. Kennctt. Tho com- $2.50 SLIPPER in Town. Caruthersvillo ami other towns of this Persona conteinplatiug building or tho full will Ih bIow. enough water rcineiiilier lugoiitof tlm Teiuiossoo and Cumber kcctlou would Iw obliteratiil. ThLs Is imprmlng iiwjHTty, shoiild Wo prldo oursolves ou having the land to prevent anv rapid full Unless u HUi,joct that demands iinniesli.ito at they must lure Nmilt. mon mlus follow, it will sism bo inside tenlion and CoiigresMiiau Vuudiver Is BEST SLIPPEHS In Hlckmau at the Go to Di:iiOW'S to get fnvdt Imnks. but for tho next few weeks will im,uv nolltleil to put hLs best foot foro-b- e above prices. Wo want you to compan rend niul Gnuirim. must." Maiden News. uncertain as to further rise or fall. them with other houses Wo guarantee gm-- l am now giving WO HAH-- 1 Mr. l'rnest Cheek, or Morgautleld, ours to Iks tho best and nobbiest styles , Ky., attended tho funeral of his uepli-lcw- GAINS iu all of my Fall and Winter CUNTOJl for tho money. Others will a&k from Alex., ou Wuducwlay. Slock In onbr to miko room for tho linen & l.vcrsol, having bought tho 25o to 60c m oro. new Spr.n Go-sl- s The crlals lu tho egg market is pis Hickman Holler Mills' anuouueo to the H. C. Amiisihi. lug aw ay, uow that the hens uru show farmers that thoy specially solicit their n dLsKkdtlou to shell out. of thlscouii- - tr.ulo, and will do everything to merit ing Alllsnil Clark, n citizen ' wospoctlng their pitnmngo Gio as a chance to Mrs. Mllio Wall, who has been iu ty, who some yoars ago was Moutanii, whilst out theni Isnight prove this, Hoks & Kvers-ol- . St. LouU for the ut two wteLs, re- 'in aud locatil son era! mine claims, aud turned homo Monday lnoruliig. I left a brother to suucrvlso them. Ho. MltS. J INK HOPKINS Spring hiu. iint received Information that gold Clolhtng forlsjysat HaLTZKUiVDodps. has been develonxl, and an Eistem ciush for two of Tdo Stato Convention of tho Chris-tiu- u complnv oliers j.'j.ivk) to1 goes Mr Eudeavor Soolety will bo held .at tho claims.lu Apt 11 Clark after back his to look Montana Mudlsouvilio May IU, W, uud '.'I. r Itullroiitl Time l, them-Molv- ti Personal. A Koutloninii who has had consult r- - g nblo experienco hi road workinjr and 4 known HOinolhliiB ot tho publlo ro.uU of tho county, bauds nu tho follow lug in tho way of a HUggestiou to overseers mid their hands : "Now Is not tho tlmo for general road worklnir, lint It Is o tlmo when a little well directed labor will mivo nuiuy hard licks for the hands when tho road work-Iuseason comes ronud. It can lm ilouo by koIiik over the road with sliovili and hoes and opiilnn up ditches " drain. ater Iuk tho water out of tho roads. left stanilliiK In tho roud nieuiw a niiid liolo nt that placo for weeks, nml a.i rains follow ralui tho holo will Rniw, IncrfAsluK tho labor to bo ilouo whin tho tlmo for road working arrive Then tho ditches aro niKv more or lew ( lo I'OIC SAl.K. Kid up, and tho water Is rouuluu mrtm l wasliiUK them Pure bred, Brown Leghorn rooitew, and down thu roail ut tl each. A No Iiniwn I)horn ?m; outnud cuttlutf Rullles. Open tne ditch at ftoo ier xettluKof Kl, Tlio fluent lay. cs, (111 up tho mud holes, and Hereby, en iu tho world, and a beantlful breed. keep tho water from wiwhliiB last year's work away. 'An onnco of ptevuitlnn. M.l,. Klusox. Call uud hoo thoin. is worth ii iKiund of rnrc' lu road ork-An low's, iHK as well us citlur thiuKs HOLINESS MEETING. wink or this kind nowwtu rwivo evir al hours' lalxir later on." Well, brother, we had another Krnml J. II. WAItJr CAMP, U. C. ! Holincrtf meetlnu last Sunday inlit id bmthcrnill (llldowcll'ii, Wo hud two All members of J. H. Wanl CaiuNo. tenllmonle that (i(l had healed their 081, U. O. V., who havo not jmld heir IkkIIch, ami wn had ouo convi rtcd and per capita will ple.wo do so atoms as. one KAiictilled uuil I think GikI was with Biimo has to bo forwarded to tho Alju ' I well know ho mas not tin there. General on or before tho" tins day! rulecp. And wo know that If wo aro taut of April, 180U. All member 'uf,tlio wo ciiu't be not MiiictlUrl Jiero ou expect to attend the uunuull when wo die. I believe God will hiuo Camp whoand ineetliiK reunion of tho United tlfy our souU htro on earth if wo Ihj Confederate Veterans, at Cli.irlentou, 8. 1MK), licvo in him. will please C, on May Meetfnitapainut brothir Kill Glide miiko It known to thu Comniaudcr. For . any other information call on the Com. woII'h Sliming uliht. Como out anil Ulumlcr or Adjutant, near nmiiier nan i nm not n anctifled, Tom Dillox, Sit , Com. I am n MethodUt, but I liclievc lu i uic A. M. DKlJOW, Aclj't. EciioOL-llo- v, tlllcatlim. I 1 I It Is not netfessary uudor the iile) on Apul Ot It. Jensi' g ne8eo the tnoBt noletl ofllcer nut! present law for the owner of en Walker, (letentivo in this section, with n rrputnlloii a a Mpntli extemllnj; rrotu Louisville to .Mompuin nun from CIiIchco to New Orleans, is as city a candidate for tnarnhal. BS. closed lands to put up n board with tho words Posted." Hunt ers shoilil bo careful about going upon a mati'd land without permission. Tlio stntuo reads as foils ws $ : The New Spring Purchases Aro arriving dally, ami Stock will be In n few davg onr Flnnting or flshihg upon another's land. Any person who shall enter upon the enclosed lunils of nnolher for the purpose of shooting, hunting or fishing without the consent of the owner or occupant of suld lauds shall be fined not lens than five nor more than tnenty.flvc dollars. 1528. complete In all lines. E Millinery Department. This charge of MIr Anlce .'.finger who has been with ns for a number of jenrs past, tier work Is too well known to our. patron to require nuy word of coininendii-tlofrom n. She will br assisted by'Mlns Contellrt. of St. Loal, mi artistic designer und expert tiiiiimer. They are now in market selecting the Spiing dtook, and their in RtructloiiH nre to spare no effort to uiuko it tho erjanl of any .Millinery Depnrttnetit in till section. The uispluj will bo reuib for inspection in few ilinn. will lie in n W. O. WlNTF.n. druggist, Cliiiton, Ky , says ho has sold Plantation Chill Cure for tunny years, and among the .many chill tonics ho finds tho Plantation the mirst reliable ho sells, as It acts different from tho nninino (ouics. which only stops chills for a short tlmo. It removes tho car.se, and tho euro U permanent. Mu I en 0 head (,'ood work mules, 10 high, 4 to 0 years old. Apply to For Null. W. hands Mrs. Jane Hopkins1 J. Maddox, State Line, Ky. ESTRiVf H0TICE. Taken up as strays by W. O. Adams, living in Fulton county, Ky., on tlio Lnusfonl road, about ono milo north of Rush Creek Church, and about two AHE THE BEST IN THE WOULD. miles south west of Moscow, Ky.t 5 head of shoals, of black color. 4 of Dcst Made and Best Fitting. them males mid ouo fenrilo. Ouo shout All Pants havo Double Seat ami kuces. has n swallowfork mark lu tho left ear, the mark has tho appearance of being bit out by a dog. No other marks or bold oslY by vaiuen ai fi.ou. brands pcrcoivaiiio. Given under my hand this March Oth, 189'J. J, F. Maseks, J. P- - F. C. Bsys Etetfjes 11 S Tailor Made Suits. We have placed onr order for n large stock of Ladiea Tailor made Suits, In Crush, Ducks l'iqoe and Suits. These aro made by tne "best houses In the country and are first clas in every particular. Prices range from the cheapest up to $25. These will be .. a In l fan, ,lnia n..t J'lU .I. .null in Ul, omu iu n ic uujOj mju ..nn uu nvn .u wait until seeing I he in before plucing a our nil-wo11 Dressmaking. f. f Baltser di Dodds Dress-makin- g Everything tg aTP Don't Forget,ss:s That we aro Line fin Beautiful ,, Sun-lerri- order. 0 ' We have received full Hues of ,.,. "' ...,in;.i ...u i.. u- NEW PRINTS, k27EWGISUHAMS, PEIJOALES, from 7$c to 20 cents. MADHAS OLOTlt. 2g HEADQUARTERS. for -- Bv To-da- ivT .,.!.. .... SUITING3, FAjrfer PIQUES AND WELTS, We iuvileau iuspectlon. E. With which wo como in contact helps nature. Contact with i I Chill Tonics, Cough Syrups, m A large line. !..i...i .l(. f Viaf'olno L. P. & W. S. ELLISON. BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE AND Lowney's Candies, h suci-eNru- (Sage-t'lsrk- , n-a- Ladies Spring Oxfords. T- If NO l...iUai.U...i;..U.llU.M.iU,.ll.l.,...fS Spring Shoes AND f II Ii A I beautiful surroundings sublines tho coancr aud sharpens tho finer uaturo as a grluilstouo gutirpeusal kulfo. Llttlo children tako lul Itnprertdous as n sponge tales water. They should havo a cosy, nretty Ikjiho to live lu. to fnrnlrai homr- -i ."Wokoe ccdiiy anu roasonaoiy. Window Glass, Lead and Oil, &c. Stephens & Smith. mmih & corai, TJIIUOGIKTH, huiat bae. i)Ki:Ks.g,iKi.j. K- -. LADIES MM9.9MMMJM0MMM Oxfords Aro now READY IR, n MX-tlt- SURPERS. T. rr,SI-.EIR,:- J A-- c AND INSURANCE AGENT. Special nttentlon ctren to the selling of Kent Estnto of nil kinds; and represents a full lino of the best and most reliable Fire Insurance Companies doing business in (he State, and that ''Old Reliable" MUTUAL BUNK FIT LIKE INSURANCE CO., that has already paid out largely over $I0O,UU0 Life Insurance in Hickman and vicinity, nud is issuing the cheapest nnd best policy of ntiy regular Life Insurance Company doing business lu this country, He solicits your patronage. Cull nnd see him. '"""""""" illd - I Lr.i-oitt- POOR SHOES PRICE. AT tele-phon- o gt.l ANY r ' j tT IT IS IMPOSSIBLE to find a Shoo or Oxford that r,ev,es a higher grade of material uud workmanship a Shoo that contains all tho features ot tho most expcnslvo style, durability, comfort, nud overy detail that goes to maku up a Shoe being considered. a first-cili- DREW SELBY'S SHOES. HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS, XM'X,A1Ij1HIXX:I 1N3B, WHETHER YOU PAY $.1.00 or fi.OO, wo aro confident that our $i.tQ Oxfords havo uo superior. WON'T YOU TRY A PAIR? You'll get no plugs here, and you'll pay for no mistakes In buying Good Shoos well bought and rightly sold. THAT'S THIS STORE'S PROGRAM for the seasons ahead. WE SELL THE TOM DILLON. Sr., Prop'r, Tlt.lIIK. (PacctMor toll, C. lUmtgf.dfcM,) i Marble and Granite Monuments Ballzer k Dois. CTTIRBIICTGr. BTONli WORK of all Kinds, IRON PENDING, &c, &c. An exchange says that tho cluing-abl- e Church, wlllUsIt Hickman Situnliiy, weather wo hii.obeeii having lute-l- y uud preach Sunday uud Sunday night. hurts tho newspaper business .is well Tho William Jennings Bryan has its any other kind of business. ail invitation to iiiIiIivhs tlio Ten- merchants do not know whether to push ou thu snow shiN els, byclcles fork or nessee Legislature at Niishvlllo ii'.'nd. or toboggans, Niiiishades or mosquito nets or car miifllors, Miss Stella Polk, who has ls'on vis When Iting friends in this city ror tho past refrigerators or regular warm, bright wo get noiiiu two weeks, has returned to her homo lu we.il her, wexpict our coliimns to Usmi tliecouutry. wlthrtiUertisoineuts as tho earth with Mr. Robt. Polk, of this county, lost vegetation. w . ck , , a lino iiorso nisi tmtanty ,,, hind tho on lug the third ouo ho has 1. with,., tho Siding, tw elve mouths. p.ist Shingles, Finishing Lumber, Mouldlugs, Fulton ponph- - uro sulwctlbliig tor Sash, Doors, I'litnts, uus, iwj, H. O. Amiif.iui. elKlrlo funs, and thoclcctrla light phiut iinuotmco n day service lor tno accoiii Onr roads will never Ihi iu good modatiou or tho public. says thoNlcholasvillo DeiniKT.it, Cairo Bulletin : Miss May FarLs, until the tread of wagons Ls regulated. daughter or Dr. FarLs, of Hickman, Ivy. To allow a wagon with a tiro only two Is thu guest of .Mr T. H. Farrin am inches wide to haul a load ot five or six thousand pound over our111roads in the street. family, of tweiity-lhin- l filial I .111. .at tli.K 1t.l(,v fiVWill Sowing Maeliino .with f..H sot of folly (hoPublic roidi JOT I.IK), lit tlio i of attachincuts, State, and u lm IIIllun(.wi i,y Old Rkluiilk. liW.wi ri.B,,i.,tii,K tho width of ,ilw of small ixix cases at (if,. on wagons to coircsond with tho Tho number UOllllllllU liiut lucreaseii to m. ineyuro imiis t i,,,y imeiul to haul no wagon contlueil in n jswl housn ono mile above jM.ng tallowed to liiuil inoro limn tour tow ii, and no tears entertained. Donnils unless its tln nro at thous.ui iiwhw wine, ami no w noro -I- n tho appro ichl.ig Stnta Dwiincr.it. narrower Until four io Convention Fulton county is entitled wagon to have tiros to 7 votes. Hickman 7. Hallanl 8, Car- - luehes gui-diStomado-ar-roster- Bishop L'liie, of the Colored M. K. PUBLIC 1TOTICEI SPRING IS ABOUT ON US, aud we aro ready for you with a full car of Geisecke for MEN. Shoes ETioltman, TSLy. The best SHOES for wear. All Rips Sowed and Soles Pegged FREE on Shoes NEW STYLE bought here. Flour. Lime and Cement Don't forget, when you want any thing iu RECEIVED! JUST CVIt lOAX uv Groceries, .r,, Buggies tf Harness. Also, a full lino of iisjCE&jm. 3 C. B. Mourn, Druggist, Mowow, Ky,, CHEAl RATES TO ARKANSAS AND TKXA.I. says bos ells l'l.mtation Chill Cure and finds It suits his trade beiM a.o it eradicates tlio system of all in.iLin.il iwloou, On Feb. 'Hit, and Mnreli 7th an.l 3lit. uud ho guarantees It. will nell 1899, the Collon Ilelt Uoiite round trip tickets from St, Loula, Cairo, to all points la Arksmaa, anj Memplils, boulsbiiis an Item., at one fare, plui Hoou & Eversol aunonuco that they for the rouoil trip, tfton overs will be nt aro In tho market to buy wheat, aud lowed ou Rolng trip within fifteen ila;t, will pay tho highest markot price, iu and tickets will be good to relnro any any quantity, small or largo lots. daje from date of day ltblo twenty-onHok.s & Kvi:it.sor.. ealr. The Cotton Dell pane directly lhroiih the lies t purllons of Arkansas, Ixiilino anJ Texts, anj thla will be a splendid opportunity for home neekert to iecuu a good location. For full particulars, rales, elc , and for On SATURDAY, Marcli 25th, free coplee of liandsomelv ill nitrated I will, nt my farm place, 1 mile west of pamphlets about Arkanaaa, Iniiilana and M ADA.MI, Cayco, Ky,, without reserve, till Texas, write lo Agent, Cairo, Ills , my Farming Implements nnd Machine- ,.. tr. ......... , ..... m..ni....t,t. rr.,i. ., u HUUJ "' 'mvivniuuu xivf., . or V W LaUkausb, 0. 1'. AT. A , St.LouU. Mo. now Corn Crusher, a complete outfit for raking and putting nay lu stack, 0 Road Wugons. B Log Wagous, Com Shellcr, Wheat Thresher aud Engine, Hay Press, Mowers, Binders, Hay Rake, Hay Tedder, 10 or 15 head young Horses, Filly and Mulos; Hogs, Cattle, and a full Log Camp Outfit, consisting or good Bedding, Tableware, Heating nud Cooking Flows, Cultivators, eon-ditio- Stalk Cutters, Disc Harrows, Corn Plautsrs and Brills, Harvesters, Mowim and Hay Eaksi. I ACE S; Hardware, Qucensware, Harness, Bran, Oats, II AY, FRESH MEATS, etc., CARR -- Wheat Wantttl. fl that we will save you money by bujiug from us. 1 7 '- i i 1 ,,,,. W. Collars, Ilnmes, Hack RandH. Sulky Plows, Malln Oliver Vulcan True 13. ) LEDFORD & ROGERS. e " " J Traces, Ilttino Strings, Puds, Halo 8, Groves 2!t, McOrankeu lo, &, -- May field Mirror: Wild Bill Kviiui is holding a protracted meeting at Fan.,- - " " " Public Sale Notice. We Want Yau? Fationago AND ARE GOING TO I eur- n- in(t ileploratuo Troy . - Now's-Biinne- r, , ,",," nt Shum admitted his unlit. His brother- in. law got his shot gun and would havo killed him on sight had not Mr. A. 0. MoDanlel restrained him. A warrant w'as sworn out before J. M. Colo, Esq., Wilkes. and placed I u deputy Williams' hand " . . . ' H1'"1' w"u''. re,l';,u.1 nud tl'IJ FriMh air nud niltaroalwavsiiio- but scrlbeil for present winter hits given iu so much Htead of chai gl ng he h .myl Ho thowc frat1t lift flint lyuotK'oblototlml backdoor and tied for . lngton . T io meeting win coniiuuo ui- til nox t aunuay night ami pussiuiy - . - -- u - . ami mhwkiiib aiiuir iw- - -- - 'e'hildnm: -- iic. New D. I'ss-vnze- 10"Ktr' Mm. Kate Reeves Is appointed Sec- rotary of Union City District or the M. O. W, F. M. 8. to fill vacancy uud tin expired term created by Mrs. J, I. """,",, ',, lu-o- - mm -- nm to gist it. OALL AT t- ON I . And u good many other things too numerous to mention. In fact, u more complete stouk we havo never hud, nud, wo think, tho bust assortment ot goods of the kind ever seen anyWo will he glud to show jott where. Please cull and aco us. through our large stock. ..Lon Naylor,.. Stoves, Tinware and Groceries Physician and Surgeon, rjOflloo over Lodford '(jtocory. fc IF YOU WANT OLOSE, CASH PRICES over-work- .Sanders & Reeves. thofrolt. ,aPcd Stovw, etc. Terms of sale, six months time with juppniveil becurity M.D. JOHNSON. Rogers Vlio no "No. 7. SI. S. &EZ&rVTrm, IIICJCM.VN ky. X V, "Out of Sight Oat of Mind, t$ In other months we forget the harsh winds of Spring. Baf they have their use, as some say, to blow out the bad air accumulated after Winter storms and Spring There is far more thaws. important accumulation of badness in the veins and arteries of humanity, which needs Hood's Sarsaparilla. This creat Snrine Medicine clarifies the blood as nothing else can. It cures ncroful.i. kidnev disease. lipr troubles. rheumatism and kindred ailments. Thus it gives perfect health, strength and appetite for months to comr. ' Kidneys -- "MT kidneys troubled me, "nnd on advice took Hood's Sarsaparilla which gate prompt relief, better appetite. Mr sleep Js refreshing. It cured mr wife alto.' .MicitA.it. Born, 3473 Dcnn Street, ritHburn, Pa. Dyspepsia Complicated wltlr liver and kidney trouble, I suffered (or ears with dyspepsia, with tcvere pain', Hood's Sarsaparilla made me strong and hearty," J. 11, Evisrto;, Main Street, Auburn, Me. Hip Disease-- " Mve running sores on my hip caused me to use irutches. Was confined to bed everjr winter. Hood's saved my lite, as It cured lue per fectly. Am strons and well." Axnu Jlosasr, 49 J ourth St., Fall Hirer, Mats. FIFTY.FIFTH CONGRESS. It BOUND lleiMilillenn BY THE TRUSTS. Utile I'linrnelerlieil Sin leiift- - l I17 PKRFKCT Coitrnr 'I limitation! Wnn Mnrktq lij Kstent nannee HHil lit liurnuee, !iitiert tiuiiitllrii. - J&cdXSmafmfa imwnrmmr Tr lllijh of Ihp llenl t,ha lltKdrillcnrB only non Irritating and ciliartlc teTfTw1ih'irHMtt Mrprlll'. HUMOR OF THE INSANE. ' Three la rienly Ttilns, Sara tha loperlnlendeol of Hugging Mi'lvnile, iix Cleveland had Asylum. hrrn uaggtd Hut thuy were onlj Afttr the i l gun emigre "I was sitting In my office the othet day," said the superintendent of the lire.niK ilmot servile in Its relations to The moli of eongres-nu- n insane ns.vltini nt I'nrlor Lit, "when I lie one of the pntlents, a hnrmless fellow hi u not taken Into the confidence who Is ii owed to linve the freedom of .if tin prrMilent. one1 the did not re-- i nt the Might, as the.v did itj the ease the building nnd grounds, entne In pale with Indignation, nnd sold tlin of lie pro um president. McKlnlev tondiiclid the war through liN naval he jwiil n complaint to ninl'e. "What Is It. jour highness?' I said ind a nil v lioiids. mgoti.ittd pener. for it Mas the prince of Wales I war eon(ieatMl I'm I.. Itlco and bouglit the Philippine) fur $3n,IK)0.tiuo. parleyed talking tt. '"Are the rules of the palace to hi with Imiiiic mill (ontractcil to p:iv him oWrrril or not?" he demanded. 'I 1.coitH tin hi I iiban soldier -- never .,1'iiinn vvilic or approval vant to Know whether our rulra can ikliig-li- i if tmigr. until In niit tilt tre.it be broken with Impunity?' not, jour highness,' I vl1h piin tn the siiinte for nitllica-io"'Certalnl .I'll ill iii.n, 1I1 (1 the appropriation ald; 'uhnt Is It?" if v Hull "'I was coming down the corrldoi for lie niuH-- gain. 'I he had iigrilited to paj In li 11 no dilTni nations this morning,' he mid, 'and in n rack 1111M i eonditluii" of ill li.ne on the wall I saw- - n tlo.-red pails between t ie two marked "for fire only." Now, Is that jit.ilii ililli nf the government than wa right or not?' Iipl.itil b this Lountr.v uiiilir the " 'It is,' I said. 'The sign Is correct.' "'Well, then,' he Mild, Mohn (refer- luu iiltiiinitr jliou of Clcvel.mtl and ring to n keeper) roust be punl'hcd. As Melxinlet. The latt cunt-rnppropriutcd four stood there he came along and lllled tint. as nun li inmit'X for the expense the pails with wnter ' t ilns varaan previous tongress "'Ue shall be executed at once,' .ne vein Pen laid, nnd the prince bowed with great ipptnpri.ittil fin for seriousness and w'nlked out of tin vi'.itr Jtu uliin the appropriations UOO.- wu t..ii HiiKiiiiited to nearlv f 1 room. (10 O.iO it w.i iigardrd montrou "This Incident Illustrates a trick xtr.ivngtinee nut pulligac. The which . few people know nnjthinf fui Hie prtseut tlscal vcar about," continued the superintendent in, .Mini to $I.T,M 000,000. or ": per cent. "That Is. there Is more iinconbciom th in fur Hie lwoe:usof the "bll-li.humor about a lot of lunatics than lion dnllii . uugrts." .Much of this Is Rcntdue humor among sam ijire ww lur.iii i.iiii iitnvrrxiruuiuii jxVnle. home of Hie l;unga Hint mv I.,., purme. Hill flint fuel iloe nut tare patients tn ami t.n are funnier tha I II1..I...1.. mr .mi,, M. .1... nr nui iiitii i.. i....i .. anj- nf the things I rend or hear fron ,iiiii iliiliiv tni t new issue nfgovirn-neii- l the outside world. I tell 3011, life Isn't I id will be n quired to meet so prosaic as jou'd think In an infant the d.ligntioii of the treasury nsvlnni.' 'I In'i - la hi no currency legiln- tern-pmw.-ipre-iuY- iit n e 1 11 11 11 ii I 1 11 Whether the change In the iiirictlonof inir national progress shall be for good or etll the future fiir must demon- trate We hae gone hi n direction from which we cannot turn back nnd which we iniift pursue to the end, ac cepting nil Its conxciiH'ncc. s What is iiui't striking in the which has just adjourned Is Its in claiming perfect power nnd In using it. The congress which ndjourncd two jratgo. nt the elne of President Clox eland's ndmlu- Miatlon, wns in a constant wrangle with the executive department In re- srard to the extent of Its prerogatives Itcpented elTorth were made to guide the diplomacy of the eouutrv b. Instructions to the prcidt nt on the sul- jict ii fort'lgn affairs andt nttempta to ltgllnlr dlrectlj in rthitlon tooth er nut Inns, especially in relation to Spain and Cuba. The administration ( I'resiilent Clexelund rescntfd these attempts to Interfere slth the discharge of Its legitimate iluttes, and hostile sen I fiiii'iitts httwreu the two deportments of the goteriiineiit were excited. Some hentiil lepublitnn partisans iucnngrevK thn aleiied the prrsldnit with Impeachment In cause he would not submit to lougroional usurpation in International affair-- . This attitude of oppo-I- liiiii on the part of the executive and ngies leiiiiiiurd to the last. 'I he Uite ((ingress assumed and a dtcldedl different attitude luwanl the previdtut. At first there tei( some symptoms nf attempts nt con-gusil 'Hie eougrcs which expired Mulch will be memorable lu the history of the country. The wor with Spain commenced during Ita first nnd the fruits of the struggle had to bo gathered at for as during the session which has Just closed. The country has taken n new departure since the late congress wns elected In 1!9 i poi-slbl- That the republican part Is eutlrel.v coutiolled bv the trusts Isa fact which Is made nppartiit ever da. Hut It is not evert dnv I Jin t a lending republican lu an address to the people ncknowlidges this fact and deplores it In a speech delivered at Toledo. O ilaeti S. I'ingree, governor of .Michigan, said: "1 have no hesitation In saving that the leadership of the republican pariv Is now within the control of the bond holders This does not menu that the republican pnrt.v Is thcpnrl of the moIt shnpl.v. means. nopolists, b on means that the course of the part Is dictated too much bv coiumercia greed, by men like your Ohio lx who lilies from Cleveland, wielding a scej ter which does not belong to the re publicnn partj. It I foreign to Its his toty nnd to Its principles "Crusts, cnrpoiatlous nnd mni.cy must not ruleourpnrtv. It waseria'ed as a part of the entire people It was such iu Lincoln's time. Hut It Is slip ping auiii from its original principles Its leadership Is largely In the hand of corporate wealth. "I do not condemn corporations and rich men. but I would kiep them with In thcirpropersphcre The republican party Is not their propcrt to ue as I the ee lit. not tin sole aim In life, it should not be the principal object. It Is not safe to In trust the government of the eouutrv to the Influence of Wall street. 'I hi Is the common statement. I know, but It has 1 serious meaning. Mnnr-geMlng -- TM' "I do not believe I can too vIvlclU paint the evils that must result If the ti nts and monopolies nre permitted to rule Ihe hind. These evils cannot be too 1st tit I x or forclblv stated. The more ou can shock people vlh the strength of voorrondcmniitlnno' these thing, the sooner they will come ton realization of thrlr rrlouiu. "Nobody intends to conlicate property. 'Iheie netd Ih- - no waving of red flags and lion re of Murks and bomb. Tin re Is no likelihood of howling mob nnd wild-eyeanarcliNls. The remedy Is within Ihe power of the majority of the republican party. Il must send its moneyed tend) r into political obeur-!i- . It can do no better than to commence with the dictator of Cleveland. wloe open hand Is already over this city, reaily to come down Into It tomorrow ." This is all right, so far as Us state e ment of facts nre concerned, but is mistaken when he say therein-rdy- . Is within the power of the repub-leaparty. The republican paity Is tioiiiKl hand and foot by the !ruts. Jt an do nothing for the people. The n inedy mul be applied by opihe democratic party. It I posed to trust. It owe uo allegiance to corporations. Its leaders have not been brilnd and corrupted bv the money power. Democ racy I of nnd for the people, nnd through It and II alone can freedom from slaverv to the plutocracy be se- e rid Chicago Democrat 11 11 Tin-grin 11 pain. Sweet dispositions turn morbid nnd fretful. s The possessions that win good and keep their love should be guard- ! ed by women every moment of their b es The greatest menace to woman s permanent happiness in life is the suffering that comes from derangement of the feminine organs. Many thousands of women have realized this too late to save their beauty, b..ri ly in time to save their lives. Many other thousands have axnited of the generous invitation of Mrs. Pinkham to counsi ail buffering women free of charge. Mrs. II. J. Garretson, Bound B k X J, writes: -- Dkar Mrs. 1 v.MiiM- -1 have been taking Ly aC l'mkhatn's Vegetable Compi .tul with the best results and ca" n from 'my heart that your ocdicmcs lire wonderful. tatled my trouble My chroni. tnll.iintnation of the left ovary Tor years, I suffered very vouih, but thanks to Mrs. uklmtn's Vegetable Com- ound and kind advice, I am today u well wo man. 1 would say to all suffering women, tnko Lydia K. Ptnkliam's medicine and yoursuf-enng- s will vanish." Mrs. Maggik Piiil-v.1- 1 tf, of Ladoga, Ind., writes: "Di'ar Mrs. Pink-haFor four years I suffered from ulceration of the womb. 1 bfcame so weak I co ild not walk across the room without help After giving up a ' hepes of recovery, I was advised to uc Lydia I Pinkham s Vegetable Compound and wrote for pccial information. I began to improve from the first bottle, .md am now fully restored to health." livs-band- womanhood depends on perfect health. rarest gifts of physti.nl beauty vanish beforo HIS MORNING TRAIN. Mr. Sniinrhnnlle Wns In si Hurry and tlol Ills Ctiiiimlaaloli Have You Tried SwampRoot? To Prove for Yourself the Wonderful merits of This Great Discovery Every Reader of This Paper Alay Have a Sample Bottle Sent llliril, PERFECT WOMAN- HOOD "Oh, Towl" "Yts, ' he insivcred, with hit hand on the knob. "I had the garden dug over lestsrday," she rrird, "anil I want you to btinu some plants Jrom town." "Airnaht," lie mapped j "asihat do ou vvantr Hurry up: 1 must catch my train." "Well," came the rrllertlve volte from the ilinuiR room, "you might bring us " "Oh, hutryl" he retorted, with a show of iniiMticnre. lie had rraclird the door in his iiiual morning sprint for the train, vvlirn his wife called for h 111: Absolutely Free by Hall. Statistic prove that more people nre brought to the grave by diseases of tht kidney 1 mul bladder than by any other dlsenae. Kidney trouble Is In Itself so Insidious and deceptive that thousands hat some form of It and never suspect It. for many year medical science has been trying to discover some remedy that would positively overcome these "(Julck," he shuutdK with the door open; "I hear the whittle. What is it!" "It- - rests." wss the answer that reached lu ears, and lie was off like a mailman At noon he frarod ho ndffht !iati.ina little hvuli in the morning, so he went out and hcaiglit two doyen varieties of and rauird the thornv. seratehv things home in the evening, to the peril of nnvnue who airuirhrd him Then he laid the offering at his wife's fret, ami was surprise! 10 see hrr titirsi tnto tears. vv list it tin unite r: tie akril, wonder- lv. 'J5l - "Are not these all right!" vshe sobbed; "I dou t want no, 'Well. I thins- -" I ' t I ree. "Itut, my dear," lie protested, "you certainty said rofes thl morning " "I- - - know it." was the weeping an- swer "Vou made me you were in such a wa the shortest word I hum, and could think of at the moment I v- r- wanted j j 'roe' vou would not give me tunc to say Cincinnati Knrjuirer. and rhododendrons, hut thcml" m I am renuniltd of an incident on one of the Altantte atrsmei. slmk t..lt .l.r pot so long age, and iu which r married member of a family to whom it is not neressarv to 'I he huihand and wife slluile was a partv appealed at all meals, flanked on either side by a Urge dull ef butter As it was an Kngli.h ship and butter was not served at any of the meals, some Atneri- cans who were neighbora were delighted to ec that the lior d'oeuvre had at lat a place en the table They helped themselves loun-ifull- Prlvnlc llullrr. ' I ! j lost faith in .V his I tailor. M'lmol n (ieiitleninii liu.r ( Cliillit--s In- - lll.l VV ere Trllle Too I. (Hill. Col. Tarker is a staid old West side citiHe 11 zen who lu uuiie a fottunr in Und an arittoirat of the old southern sthool, Ki.rrenst. 1 lis are courtly and nniic-iv- p collar "! don't think,- growled (!tn Wey'tr. made in the fasLmn 01 50 vrart ago, ami his a prophet is tecogmit I "that niv abihtv neckties the sa.ne. Withal the tulonel 11 as it should lie at "a ln' New iaiglav lers callche-- p bit nrar "What's the mitter, gtneralf" tailor They hat liia clothes made lt a I prsslHt that Cuba would "Well, arcalvvavsa raod.it, irpecUolt hlatle of re- eventuallydidn't be pacified!" Piltihurgh Chron- Hat t hot nut the ills. markable pattern and tit. last week he walked over colonel One u to visit his d.ufhlri living on Prauic ar lie linrVT. Witr Wnn 11 lllesalnsr. "This here fast war," remarked the old Isdy, "Ins leen a hies in' to my fara I) ; John dnvvin' of a big tension fer one eat in' three h'neer-- . the o'c iTvn's vvritin' a war liiiteiy; JIoll's rngsgd to a sergeant, an" Jennie's gnine to marry a feller that rome within an ace of Inin' gin u!!" At lanta Conttitiitson t at luncheon. At dinner they were surprised to see little of the rotund of iticka stuck In tlie middle hatter with a paiteberad raiJ attached.' The card read "I'nvste Mutter Keep Off th Rtaa.' It is nerdlen to say that tht hint was taken. X. Y Journal. elcr' 'lie nue. RUINOUSLY EXTRAVAGANT. 'I hr tlisltlr lllKh-llnnilr- Hrt-ori- l Vlnil.- - ! llic il I'U1 -- t'linHrrm. I'll III MRS. COOPER, Tht Most Famous Sculptures the World, Entirely Cured by inwer the deinanil of u ver ieji proporttnn of the prople. The fiei - ' lr.il roiiftn did not know what re in li'vi'il l. InJoin in older to moid fill Ig the liirinei.il trm ii".i x privrnti d action. .11 Hid 1. 'itpviUnxl tlll. like a man In li ik 'li 11111111I1 il bv pitfalls. 'I litnui I' 11 I 111 11 1 1 -- o.i.i , ' vlur i iiiv prrmittril to drift vvhrre- ih eiiirtut shoulil Itinl. trust- ''ii I. mill 1'imii'i lirr fur a haip tin- - (ml- - Chltago ( hionicle. JUNKET INTERRUPTED it l'.iMiril liirnuil i I mi I,(it.rii i.t linluiii I iintln Mhm Heen ClireUt-i- l 1'itlilli lllmiiiiriit ill. In calling attention to the unprecedented extravagance of the rifty-iifi- h congress Mr Doekery Inys stress iipur the fact that the unusual tlemniid mink upon a country's revenue to carry on a foieign war ought to have Impressed upon the majority parly the iccltv of exercising the most rigid economy In nuking appropriations for all othei pin poses. He thinks that hi careful ness iu expending the public money should Imve been hII the more conslil end lit en use of the cheerfulness shown by the vople in acceding without a murmur tn the additional burdens impost d 011 account of the war. Ihi patriotic willingness of the po pie ha not produced a restraining and considerate influence upon the r pub It seem to havi Henns in congress. produced-noppo lie effect Thpy havt indiiigtd in an orgy of spending which will not only drain the treasury of it resources, but bring on a deficit ol alarming proportion. This deficit. Mr Dockcry $100,000 000 by "Why, father, what have you ben doir,! to yourself J" "Nothing, daughter, nothing. 1 I lias. " 3n a new suit of lot ure rnotii:!!, the eiiiunel bad on a neve su of clothes. ri efTcst was gorsemis an etarthnit. The tiousers vvere a loud chrrl very tight and a tritle short lhs coit vn-- a short blue froik. mettled vvuh dark red He wore a chra red tie 'Ihe luiluroutnc. finally overcome th of the situation daughter's gravity, and the hughtd unt the tried. "In heaven's name, father, where did you get thoie c!cthe" she asked atlast "Warts made them He he said cheeks were stylish, and the doth came cheap, and -- I said I vvasn t particular, you know; I ever am " The rmlJ and dmnifled old gentleman had transformed himself into a comic wlentine without hnowinz it Mis faith in Wattz ij now somewhat shaken, and he has donned lucago Inter Ocean. an old suit. 1 1) (C1011S. "What maker you look at me so senoui !" he aktd, presently, guiltily self-co- Mrs. Dollarnorth "Plaeeaux dime" 1 nnnder what that weans .Mr. Dollarnorth - That - oh, that's French far intelligence office. - lloiton l'ranscnpt. I It has been said thai speech was giver man to lOiimi) his th tights This is not pe It wat iven to man the true amncr 'o prevent ether pcr ie from talking. lloat n Traner , t iiiwniiui I I ConsuiTrjHlon Do not think for a tingle moment lhat consumption wilt ever strike you a sudJen blow. It docs not come that way. It creeps its way along. First, ou think it Is a little cold; nothing but a little hacking cough; then a little loss In weight: then a harder cough; then the fever and the night sweats. The suddenness comes when you have a hemorrhage. Better stop the disease vvhlle It Is jet creeping. You can do it with I Crrsceiil llulel, CurrUa SprliiRs VlNUBMM, Ar- - II, Arcade, Century Ituilding, or Knsco Tiiket OHi.r. No. 101 N llroadway, tst. I.nuis. Xlo Mollie Xiil llcr Own. Kver notice how Dolbccan shake l"ntiinled iiiedioinal vratirs Cheap ex euM.on rates. Ihroush sletters via I risi-lane ,ildre J O Plank, .Manager, Iloom tains 0iens I'ehruary In the Ozark Moun21 Delightful cilmatc Ileautiful scenery. hertutls? week. I'olhe Yes, she han't had 'em on for a Vonkers Statesman. To Cure n CnlJ In One IJnr Take Tjxativo Uromo - Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund money- if it fails to cure. 25c. ever made a fool of understand no me!" She- - "Indeul! Who did it, then?" ' . Vonkers Statesman. mutt lomlortable route to tuluU via I'hnt l.uie. live ship weekly from Port ram pi lo Havana Information from - A. Hell, 205 Clark htreet, ( liicagu. Ie Seising her hind, he raised It to his lips; the torrect level fer the ultra hrhinnablc shake. "And you will be mine, in sorrow as in lov T" he exclaimed Onkt.lltirM "Wilbtlon." she answered, "I m gmng the 11 sure nsiii men- .Sitnnm.Uikit. nliole hots, and no hog i all sauaage'' to l)r KflmcrACo. Ilingliamtoti.N Y. be doubted, sometime", fmn tfnp.itr wbeoseiidlngyouruddresa It seeras almost t if a woman, in order to have a happy mar nnd This great modern discovery Is for talo at most drug store In riage, might nr.t Mter know life as it really slies. Don't inak-- nny mistake, but make ti unto of tho iminn properly in her own risht. it than to have SWAMl'-UOOT- , Dr. Kilmer' Kwnmp Hoot, nnd rcmemWr Unit It la prepared Detroit Journal. only by Dr. Kilmer A. Co., lllnghniutou, N, Y, 1,000,000 .sllnr. Irom Os. Ship, j The I' S, Iteceiving ?hip Vermont, now over M eart old, hs been the school houte PROTECTING HER INTERESTS. for overl,s,tXiO sailors in our nary Ihe age and the accomplishments ef the Vermont Keen llatl are much the same as Hosteller's Stomach Me Hitters, w hich has len before the public for Acnlnal anil Wanted Suuir I "I'or alviraral visasv lillni ol tla- SO years and has cured innumerable eaes Tiiluls till I.H-:a 1 iw.il tat t.rlMre . pel ala ill j a of t'naliru, fever and ague, besides dyspep-eis-, sil t tin at s' t'i alt cainTt re .haouM 'nsi. mimsmhi constipation, indigestion, blood diaorders nal j "Mutuh," laid the very large colored bega-- M . N at.it s r e lui I ( M and kidney atleitions. woman, slopping a nun who wsa jut leav liaiettra ' r I' ,r- 4 u.l!l I ant ss atll ss I nig Ihe Disltitt buddings, "1 wants tcr ercraaslamj A Vlarltr In Sclrncr. U.tnull Minrnv.Ntssik. O. rate." "U'hr, dot tor, you've junt been reading a stair a not a stayer, aunlie " 'I'm claiming Ixfoic the medical f3erkissing la uangerout 10 neaun.anu uow " Cam' na law tase I am gainte sue CANOV hit 1 ie' waul- ntlxwly. la knna what my jmw tAIMAHTlC en want a kiss from me'" rights I. an haw la git 'rin "Kor vou, my dear, I would gladly lice xe any ef the attachra here, if It's icy danger." Chicago Journal. gavrrnmriit "I ain't gat no xete n' uer to shove in luo i;warl tilno at de window uii ter git noticed Hut la rsaot UAn aso'Sts.o Ihe readers of this paper Mill be i.lc liein' f nminstrd ae'in' " " bat's the liouMe?" wss the kindly in to learn that there la at leaal one dieadri that stieiire has been able to cute It ejuir). all Us atnges, and that n Catarrh Hall'. "I aiu' gittio' proper 'tentkin Kv y once I k IVKrr.t Tail. OnM Catarrh Cuie la the only (swltlve curt I in awhile I htah's It read out (' dr r l.iant I'alxa'-lknown to the medical fraternity. I'aUttli dst snnitbody Las got a eel out n is llcsst. .N.-- .t lurscn vtrat R of lll-- IT IK, X. ... CURE ..CONSTIPATION. ... Isrmg a constitutional leouues a kldrant " ... ,...-- . w.wv, .r Hall's latirrli !,.! conititutional tteatment. "Well, an ell is a very cleanly sort of !, lure is taken internally, acting ditrttly cre.tture. It do any harm " 11.1 ami. upon the blood and inuroua surfates of the III. IvUrro lltt.lt. link I was "You al 'm, tl.uur svati-iii- , therrh) dralming llii-- fuumlatioii did ).u)diiln' I vr.nt. ler lay Iwfo d of the disease, and giving the tiatirnt gavrr'ment lie dit BICYCLES I a) la eilra rent to i af V. A strength by hiulding up theeonstitiitlnnand rw issasf Vlfssvwi kivver de water u It had a liidianl in I IN PUPtlat, asaiating nature In (I rung ila tioik Hie my Isaek yahd fob fehleen year, an' I am' (ttlM'4, HO.? a It have so murli faith in itseura nebber got no eel yd I'rupnetors 111 ft kklB.aTaB a Wiut I want ti live j Kilters that they offer On llundied ru' &v4 hmd IVjIIars for am eaao that it falls to cure know is, how dors ney 'tribute dem e m lO. Is the) prises nr la dey fsvcntiama or whut 93 U . ray Um$ sWrf !riii! forli.t of testlmnnUU. is dry; If dar'a any eels eoinm' tcv me I s ! tfm, Address K. J. Cheney A Co , Toledo, O. ifhvah wif my basket, read) to lake em Sold b Druggists, home, right now, ea'te we am' got no rAmimuioroLEa m" 9 . M Hall's Vatnilr Iill ar the lw,t alfkn staVsVaT I .. money to buy iiieat.an' wr'a kiu' of hungry " iLilia Vfl fa. foh fecsb, anyhow - Washington Mar Human Aalure. A MCAU L PRfNTISS. CKlcot IU. "How did you manage to pass luch crude , coins?" thev asked him. ' "Oh, peeple want money so bad'" replied the counterfeiter, acutely, if not grammatically bt. lxmu (Jlobe Deinotrat. Hitler unit Mseel. tint e dangerous trouble!. lint not until recently vvaa the discovery made. Dr. Kilmer, the eminent physician and scirntlst, after years of study nnd resenrch, nnd after test on test that never varied In the grand result, announced the discovery of SiTRiiip-IIoowhich has proven Itself n most wonderful cure for all diseases of the kidneys and bladder. t While Svv baa proven such n remarkable success In curing kidney and bladder diseases, It has also proved rqtiatly Invaluable In the cure of blood diseases, rheumatism, liver and stomach troubles, nnd In the regulation and cure of all urtu l.l trunUleas If ,roiirtnlrr,vvhru allowed to irm-l- n undisturbed In a glass or bottle for twenty-fou- r hours, forms a sediment cr settling, or has a cloudy npprarnnce, It Is evidence that your kidneys and bind der need immediate ntteutlon. Swamp-Hoo- t has been tested In so many ways, In hospital work, In private practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase relief, and haa proied so successful In every case, that a special arrangement has been made by which nil readers of this popcr, whohavenot already tried it, may have a sample Ixt-tl- e sent absolutely free by mail Msoa book telling more about Swamp-itoot- , and containing some of the thousauih iion thousands of testimonial letters, received from men and women who owe their good hraltli. In fact, their very lives, lo the wonderful curative proper-tli-st, amp-Itoo- int. KiLniut-.SWAMP-ROO- T Kldn-y, n Uver and Bladder CURE. txsrenoHj. tnkiisrsarnU Ufwnor U.a tatlat. t. fut tJirth tncate stuasj Mai r awiases sssUta gtsamti full ilsvtw f fttxl bHraw MaJs Rfm U M Ifat) ThU tnral k.l-A- B m.bb l.ls.l.lv tth.1 M rtAf frt t'rL. Mra Ifflltt. SHo). fuckairsUnk UrttU.ldrr crsvrl. tb. .1 ll m Srsl lrwtul aisl dSmnliss d4 ..- - Lah.M . fckk St aian.7 nwvis to Itifc It It tb. orl Inn 4 mA Iw4kla Ida. ihwHna- - rKtrssro cwtr bt OR. Sold P1N0HIMION, lij-ul- IM l KILMCnUCO, N.Y, IlriiceUt. nf - fifty-cen- one-doll- o , , DYSPEPSIA isj rll r 'I ru sis-let- V i "ou 11-- 1 dia-s- c r r diM-as- !.-.- diH-an'- t hh it 3000 Ii i M?k hVSSWa. I AWIVfJkt: im ls, aaa !:, ' & fcaiaja ' fcattriijal lav aaaaV. ft "Xatuial Ilorn."-- Hc "I want you to On business or pleasutc bound the .juiik-tst'an- d etimnte. 6 li w hlinril'.l In Washington inukjng busts of distinguished Americans. .Mrs. Cooper has just completed a bust of .Mrs. Jlelva l.uckwood, which id now In the Corcoran Art (Jailers. Jtuskin. the great artist, placed .Mrs. Cooper as one of the greatest sculptors nnd painters of thit cent lry. .Mis. Cooper Is an ardent friend of and in a letter dated Jmiuir) 20. written from Washington, tain (he following: "I take pleasure in recommending for catarrh and a i'c-ru-- Mil M G COOl'KR Mrs. M. C. Cooper, of the ltojal Acad-erof Arts, London, l'ngland, is un doubtedly one of the grtatest living sculptors. She has, modeled busts qt half the nobility of Kngidiid.and Is now a liava .uftivd o.mut.tV. vnd alter the use ot one bottle of t um entirely well." Mrs ,l. C. Cooper. Send for n free book on catarrh entitled "Hmlth and lleauty." 'lhis booV is written especially for women, and will be found to bo of great Millie tc Address Dr. ilartman, iverv. woman. Columbus, 0. I'e-ru-- Only There's One of Quality In Goods-"Spaldin- Athletic substitute. New York. g." Accept no &. Handsome Catalogue Treo. HKOS. Chl-ag- A. O 8PAI.MNCJ o Denver tcarf and .. a... m gsifi Sa. asitash Maine Steel Souvenirs. v iuir ivn suit", V m. I J4 ftA DUlloni rn SAMPSON DOLLAR WATCH ju.nka un; juvn mi, r.sr iii, w Mtwiom. READERS OK at Uowtjr dpilriiuri' watch ani n.t '..IIIpint all . rharma,I ,.nl 4 .. tuit.ll.l a rnn 'i sicri an... v affs-ruff anj latl fTAld aill(snij bark wui THIS I'APKIl DtSlRINO TO BUT ANVTIUMI AnVKIlTlSED IN ITS COLUMN 11AVI.N0 E110ULD INSIST WHAT THEY ASK. JOB. ItKH'rilr-.AH. SUDSTITOTKi Oil IMITATIONS. 1 Nndn.i m- 1 WlF ?iilS' sA my. wui h iut n uiib, month and aggregate at lent $130 )0M "What's an empty title, pa!" "An empty-titltoo by the .toth of next .Tune. way of congress, of head is your mother'-- Chicago tailing me the When the Kifly-tlrof the houic " Dally Iltcord. olnroii memory, spent over n billion You first notice that you dollars for the expenses of running th cough less. The pressure on Plso's Curo for Couaumptlon has snvrd me the chest is lifted. That feeling government, the people promptly many a dw tor'a bi'l -- S K Hardy, Hopkins of suffocation Is removed. A the republican arty nr tin l'lme, Ilitltlmore, Jld , Deo. .', 'isl. cure is hastened byplccingc-nof ensuing election 011 aieount of this In Some actions, Iikt frescoe work, only rexeuable and criminal waste of public veal thur eoh r after they have lcin done revenues. Prudence ought to huve de awhile. Ham'. Horn. Dr. Ayer's Cherry terred the republicans from icpentlng t. Go to work on Lumbagoes if jou intended the practice which ltd to tlitir formir Pectoral Plaster to cure it. I se St. .Iamb Oil. overthrow cilian It i not in the nature of thing that over the Chest hi' magnitude of this junket was o Namms a battluhip drorge Waahingtun the people should fall to be aroused by irn (I that it attracted 1111111111 ntteu-- t these riotous appropriations to the ne- is all right, but could a t lnp with that name he at anthor' Albany Argun. inn. 'I he Idia llm't Alger could learn A Book From. sending repnenlatlve iiiltlilig for the good of the govern-mei- il cessity of capital pledged to rtduceto tlw Cute Rheumatism with St. Jacobs It is on the Diseases of tbe I In rational wa so absurd after hi iupte-- 1 Throat and Lungs. It saves inoiifi time, suffering. burden imposed by the republican mamn of rmii;. where he found iver.v-tilin- g St. Louis, Jtepublle Vfrltm um Froalv. "all right now." that the purpose jority. People who talk moft atmut other' .selfIf you hsT any comrtalnt vtistSTtr ishness are frfi'imitly the worst. Washof the ti Ip wa plalnl for pleasure or and dealt ths btt madlraladrlroyoia commentFof ran inn ington (la.) Dfniixiai rrciwr. wrnprompt awwx fnl pirsoual ends. '1 he t jicusr wiisj to y. 1 nu a ivpi.l iriDK. run.win rrcpiTiiIxjw.il, Uais. 'I lie pri!dent no longer has conniin'Hii Anuirii. lie borne by the government. J, 0. Ai Kit, Deep as is the "si in nerve "st, Jacobs Iger. I'agau How il Inippinid that the thick klir gress on his hands, but Oil will ptncir.ite ami tuic Stunca. of the neretarv a pierced sullleli ntl.v j and Cor bin are still witli his t xcellt ney . to causi' Jin to give me junket up u nit - St. Louis liepublle. Secretary Alger and Mark Minna recall the invitations i one of I lie ims-- j aS FOR 14 CENTS li rirnj 'I he excuse glvt for the rienll I have occasion to congratulate ujeh otli Tkla yi. iah to tin tbUitaf SHSAO r?"t1ilifirets"so liu reorganizing the I rr uv tlntir new cunts of whilrvsnlh, xASaWr-rr- 1 and bn ontr castAnif he eaunot tlud time to go. I Illinois State Register. arniv that ICc lltai.l., irkc.UIlay r. !" congress, had I his I 'S. Karlf .t Kips -llift, The lifty-flft- h Mas! too bail. When lger In - l.trli-- VtiJi bit-- ! IM thret sessions, and even then couldn't Irf.nal.la.sta't'C'sciiiBbarlDo we pit the bu with the rin j TiTMEISH - I Ilea ()berver. recall the foremost issue in tin cam 'mHimmW ( slllomu t'ljTorotlo, " tkmrnX Karlr lllnnr Onion. paign of ivnl. Detroit Tree Pre: rmrxrmmmm " UrUlUnt H.imi Basils, li? 'Ihe hh Iim-- tliimlnril. o many I'nlted State sen Ms.la, TU W.rlfc l.0. When man who is doing nothing to Win AboitlOpkas. tiiirtb t 00. --..will ators have been elected through bribwith oar r,.? M Toiill ynn Ire., (which is ml wiih i' production I r4 Cat.lo.ti. Unit-na- ' gr.aS I'lant $n(l nut to be supposed that ery. It ml m upon r.lpt ol thl. notlre A lie o live of wealth) bicomi richer b H case would be considered sellout iUg.. Wtilotit. yuar trad.aail the simple pioi'i of having hi dollar) by one. iry know wn.u If aval aerilsyuawlrimn.frra.l along wit b not a politihi II the senate. There grow bigger In Id hands It ought to oQtin.in. tlalnis.rnilir..Qa cian anywhere, however, who hn any up it lb, be plain that he Ik doing so at other JSaMpr x llbi.Cataloiafon.ia. t 8l.f0 No.lt a to the method of the llnnin JIIHY k. sausa sssd in. saiaossi. niv It ought to be equal doubt jm ople's. expense. Miintorhil diction. The Ohio boss foi ly eltar that those other people are Unlowed precedent In buying his way lute due who aie doing all of the work. the senate, dliectly or Indirectly - St An Excellent Combination. Cngliinil ntamln in the jiosl-tlo- u Cmlltor SHOOT Louis The pleasant method nnd beneficial of a xhjloek, compounding interMany republican join mils show effects of the well lmown remedy INCilKTEl- - IOAPCF est upon the merlcun people nnd they are outgrowing Dinglryisiu hvttiti of Pius, manufactured by the bleeding tin in to death. The instill- - that Shotgun Shells Possibly their course-I- s not lntlueii"id Cai.ifoiinia I'm Hviiirp Co., illustrate ment b imaiiK of which she Ih ilotuglt so much biciiuse they liquid laxu-tlvate enamored of theviiluoof obtnlulii),' theknowti to bo principles of plants is the gold ktuiulard, a standard which h partial or entire abandonment of the medicinally laxative and preiantln,' is all the time rising in value. That Is traditional party doctrine as It is by them in Um form most rcfrcslilti'tothe to av. that a the puiel.asing power the evidence that a radical change is in- tnsto and ncccptable to tho hystein. It of moue IneieasiK, priiiK iircessarilv Uscd byAllthc OwmmonStwis., party expediency de- is the one perfect htreiifrtheiiini laxafall, and we huve to am render iiiore'aiid evitable and that mand, submission. Hut whether re- tive, cleansim,' tho system effectually, net, JindNamcohaPostalqw. more of what we produce iu order to dispelling colds, headache, und fevers turning reason Is force d or not. It still gently yet promptly roe IS2 MSI lUBTMTlP QTAU6Uf. get Ihe nione with which to pay her Is returning and ennlillng one reason ami must be to overcome habitual constlpntlot. ilimamls against us. ( VlSCJttSni. as ncnuraglng. Sioux City Hh perfect fnedom fiom 1)0 Witcnam hi iwtotM, Cmh every (ibjectlonablo tpialitv und t,ub 'lo lomjiaie the comparatively Tribune. smooth sailing careei of .Mr. McKlule.v The I'ifty-fifl- h longress lias left stance, and its aclliiir on the Itldncvs, during less than a single enr of Ills a rtcord which will not soon pass from liver and bovvcln, without wrnheniiig uy WAN PAPPR?L ttrm with all the long enrs nf strife the memories of living men and which or Irritating tiiein, mal.o it the idem laxative VJLl TOUf IIHLL I HI kll BAH and it niggle hope mid despair, nnd the may be held up to future genemtinni In the process of manufacturing lips going- s If yuu ars Fwi.ni wrluin.I'AI'KK om treacher of supposed friends mid sup- as a monitory example of free governwnoi nu,., nro used, as tboy o pleasant to tho will. u. lor our HllllH porters eperl nil by Washington ment run mad. There has In en no taste, but tbemedlelnnl quallticsof tho or NKW IIKNIUMI On. prlf. .frywii.rf and Abrahum Lincoln, the disappointlimit to the lavIshnesK of outlay short remedy nro obtained from senna and VV. pay Iba frilgllt. ment over defeat In battle, the nagging of the Impt rlnus demands of huge cor- other aromatic plnnta. by n method AGENTS WANTEC known to tho C'alifohnia I'm Svnui of influential personages of unbalanced porations or the promptings of olllclnl Co. mMMw7v. rT iW iwf in ftr town to ll Wal get its beneficial only. 'r'-- ' irtm minds and uurr ionabIe views as to whimsies or partisan chicane, Coder effects nnd In order toImitations, pleuso WarsMaW U Nu ripcrttur our hahi'M to nvold policy, and at last t.ie agony, est "the the prtttnse of patriotism and In the remember the full name of thnCoiupauy nccitry KUBT. MOVTANUH.tif W Murkrt hi , Uulilll,C blonds sweat" endured by l.liituln in sacred name of libit ty Ihe American printed on the front of ovcry package. his iniiriviiloiii, ( like, exhibiting cln people have been plundered, niitiiigrd CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO, A HANDSOME WATCH i solid nlckalorgolj iiialedliunllsi 'ouinnvttllnii with morhlv, .Mr, ,Mc mid plunged uVtiT Into debt by (heir SAM rRAHOISCO, OAU julirgustaiitted. 10 anions iisrl Klulf It coidIii In fornlldui'lirt"0 wri-mi- t fcOUIIVaXllS. KV. rrprfsSutnthri. lit ilm fulurM M!W YOBK, tf Y. far .a'( ly ' DruH.Wn-i'r- ltt pel bMtli, im iiiibii xi)iiiAllonrStirlirio1jfi IvfilMA.ll.'tH'lillAu.lplll lICvOUii 11 I , lgerhn given up the fht uki t that he hail piniiutd for M lie had Invited nil themembtr iniiiittee on militar 11IT.1I1-- of at. and house of repristutu- le ' li llicli faiullle. toaeenmpan tilp to I'nito Itlco and Cuba "mi n pei nui ntw possissluuu. One of Hi lni nf the hunts puichasii! b the II Miiiniit foi ntixilinrv seivlee huil r lieliil for this purpoe and was linn n tig mi nsiveiepalr1omake it i'ninlii".ibli- - fui the giltsts of the Si- sicietiir xvlll reach nearly the first of the eoininp Cherry Pectoral to Allen H Olmsted, I Hoy, N. Y ,Jor VHKK samplo of Aliens a toivilcrto shake Into your shots. It cures cldililalna, stveutlnfr, damp, swollen, Jili UK fiet. Il makes tight shoes easy Cure Corns, llunlons and Ingrowing Nulls Vicente, AIldrupKlsUamlshocstorcssellll. Koot-KasI Ina Can liet Allen's riMit-IJ.n- o lltrKK-Wrlt-ei Modern Science Recognizes RHEUMATISM i s e. Disease of thd Blood C ever get any you will find out. Statesman. inn holly "Why do they say a little learn- u a danseroua thins!" Dollv "If vou ' Yonkrrs I The Ileal I'rr.rrlptlon for Chill.. and Kever Isa bottlo of Cnove'a TasTfLrss Ciili-t- . tonic. It Is simply Iron and quinine in , i wasteless form Nocuro no pay. I'rictVsV. "Trade," remarked the auctioneer, as he ttcked up his red emblem loinditatea sale of furniture, "alnays follows the flag." Town Topics. Drops treated free by Dr II. II Oreen't 'sons, of Atlanta, (la Ihe gieatest dropiy specialists In the world Head Iheir silver li.cmint in another column of this aper There is a. popular idc& th&t this di'ic..c is caused by exposure to cold. And th&t some localities rc inrccAed vith it more thjvn others Such conditions Frequently promote the development or the di'oCcse, but from the fact th&t this Mlment runs in ccrtMn families, it is thown to be hcrcd itdry, and consequently i disease or the I blood. lie who nrglects present duties, mi) never overtake future opportunities, . Ham's Hern westher rhsnges bring Soreness. Stilfncss.bt JacobsOdbringsapromptsure Tutting a walih under one's pillow will not make bed tick. Christian Work. Best Had. Worse, Worst Sprain (!ood, Iletter, Hcnicdv--fct- . .latobs Oil. j I the'press. T Aroang- - the oldeil and tiest known resident of Ill.ilT. Ill Is Adam Vangundv He lia. alwu. tieen ptntnlneullv fikutlfiid Willi tlie lat.fesls of that (ilatr. lie waa the first I'f'.Mriit of Ihe ISmhI nf Tiimters, aM--l for I h.l a alunf tlmehaa Itren a Jitsllee of the Trace lies- fererof ttieiimatiim for a nutnts--r of veals and lite l(t si limes nseeif Intense 1 tried all the ptoj tleUtv mnllcluas I coul.1 llilns. ui lirsrof, liHt Itceltnl no relief "I fiuallf placed mf rase wlih several phjsklsiia and docieted with I Inallx, allh iny , them for some time, but lliey faileil lo do me any hoirauf ttllef nentljr eahaiislcil I read an attlcle tegnl(tig Dr Wllllsms Pink I'llla for fsle 1'eople, whkh Imlucetl mr lu try them. I was snslnus to gt I ml of the trtllhtcdlc.le nn.l IxMmht twotinrsr.rtlie pills, Ils-tautlng them about Marvtt is-After I had taken tan host 1 wns rm I III Ink it (a the U'l meitl. plrtelt' rtitnl, and Ihe pain lias never relumed to Its gool cine I have ever lakeu ntnUiii allllugsl any lime to tnerlls." Stuff. (I.I.) Tim,., .( k'I sf tw mm' Tne genuine ' mm W P m Il Immw 11 The bell may be very musical, but it does not make Ihe engine go. Ham's Horn. Something very soothing in the ue of St, JtcobsOil (or Neuralgia, bubdues ndturca. At dru(l' 11 WZ L:agaBdT, ''r w sum umy in pdnk- MJCilihC l(! ,V0vvSlVt; Uliaali diitS or direct IromJ DrYiiHicxms L- !(, 11 sol-dle- THE MARKETS. . LlVKPTOrK-Caltle.ionim- on triis 50 per box S3 Medium (o,i Schcnc(t&dy. f- -r 11 11 1 Wjp lift! o toff-lh- C.VI.VK 11 I I Knlr to LTimd CXI. Coarse and heavy Mlxod nnckers.,., helret liuti tiers I.Uht .... light . Ml .13 o a '.& 3 Sk 3 10 slittillUlilit Mlhi-.l- ' tholrc Spring HXIL'lt Winter famllr shlpiis..., , 3 fit . . ") I. MII S.VI t- MWtttiMttlt HAY Ii I'ltOVIMON I.nnl IIDTIKII-Cholredslry i (UlNo. S5. Hrr- - No orn--N- So. 3 red PAINT Istll wo) WALLS CEILINGS inlint .. , . Mesa pork,. .. choice creamery Qiolco to fancy Per bu . ..... ,..,. ;sii, IU :J DECORATING WALLS nnd Fir ;ur(TrsMr or (tAlnliUftlrr and Ju your CEILINGS rrnm own ilmi.imy MURALO WATER COLOR PAINTS tu mrtini-ala II A II It Kl V - Is haul i1lfrt If h trnt arit klrurrtri C OI.4IK M squill wkll wllh f"l'l or nut wilrr lMrn Oir MAM rAKINn4 11 yen rrtnooi ixirriiftf w v. ill iUHlri Irtuiknow and ini niiisriai nom i.nr i'uttti In lit w orLlillnUn II. MUnALO OOMPANY. NtW ORinHTON, Q. I., NEW YORK. imi m I'OTA.OIP UHAIN--vvheat-.- 1'rlnin AIM'f.KS :!Vt MURALO ll.i: 10 . i 11 rOKN-N- 'o C1II0A00 riXIL'lt Winter I blent . red No. 3 Chicago spring. S 1 . IU AM' 01 ()A1S-- Na .. .. 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