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Ail We Gr&t You "' Ant V ... 1 tp-- iJ .fc3 i.Tt " ' .& r",l . I This morning, in the Courier's nerffress, with the announcement oFour Spring OPENING Display, which will occur next WEDNESDAY, March 29th, cominuing for a few days. aC9 "& ! fH r HJ J ,vi2J We think we have surpassed , 5gv " f&" jfr--' - .tl -- :x: all our previous efforts, and that wc can show yopthis season a stock equal to any shown outside k of the large cities. We cordially Ipvitc you to inspect our offerings. Miliinery. Cnslello, an expert Trimmer from Si. Louis. These ladiea liuve spent .some time In Ibo markets studying tho styles and (linking their selections. Their instruction were In spare no efforts to make oars the Lendlni: Millinery De partment of this section, and we truly bellevo jou will agree with ua that The Pattern thev have .succeeded. Hats are beauties, aud theirown deft fingers are turning ont others equally Aov attempt to deas handsome. scribe then wonld be faille, for no words can do jastlce to the beautiful thing displayed heft, You nnst be sure to see tkejs. This Department will he in charge of MUs Anlce Eflnger, assisted by Miss Press Goods id W-sas-e 10c. wi (i ( m Ladies Kid Gloves, ' Iilaok, Turn mid Color Laces nnil Clasp fnnt eiilns. Silks. Ladies Pare Linen Hemstitobed 1 , Tins' Is a regular, fl.OO Glove, and is a i'lv.ta this Hue, we are sore no other hereabouts will show the styles WS do. and everythina'ihown the very latctt. rijlany 'llqes shown are exclusive with us, aua are not enown Dy others. HANDKERCHIEFS,! Nice quality Linen, and woald be cheap at doable the price. V A 3 big bargain at the price. iruiaines. White Goods. 4 4v(MBdeesae line of Silk Qrenadines, ee wlde,J Tenet; of pet ,r.. ii.oo al - some pretty thing In I'luurril Welti. In colored Pique and Dunks wo biiw a Urge urletyof patterns. We are allowing " very large assortment of Pique, Welts and Dncks, In White with small niul Urg welt and dine DcSoic. IflBest and most beautiful Wash FBMd. Pure Silk and Linen UJiletty. Make b hands Clothing Department. , tff J 1JlMIW T . . ..ri . wetate aacufeaaesw. w mm Dspartwit, vaR- - wa eyi, nli l ? r.sLi-jJd- : J - India Lineup, Nainsooks, &v. Our linen are very complete. Tilor-M4eSHi- t. nolore, Blaek, fllues,sKed, Uream, Jtc. Remnants White Goods. In ine Remnants of Dimities, Xninsook ind Indlit Iiiiien at prlnes way nidr ret" Itir price. The remnants run from 2 to 10 yards. It will pay jou to exam- We picked mi some excellent things We have placed oar order for a targe atnok of Ladiea BeadlMade Suits, which we are expecting daily. They come In Crashes, Ducks. Piques goods. Are Bade in a and manner and are styles. The prloes raafle from 11.00 to $23 00. Watt until jft have seen these before plaolog yoir order. all-wo- mnants it r wo Underwear7 Collar. 3Bv-Ei- J ZECj&lB dousscline DeSoie. Same thine as above, but in rem nanla of 2 to 0 yards Excellent for Waiats, and, on account of belog rem less, nants, the price is about one-thir- at lowest possible prices. are prepared to fit you Cuffs and Tie, In style and first-clas- s Mothers, Our line of Thetc will go quick. Childrens Suits fe very complete. We are show ing some pretty things at extremely low prices. Our Boys Suits are welt and strongly made. Made for wear as well as looks. A Base Ball and Bat Free with every Ohilds Sutt from $1.50 up. Muslin Gaza DeSoie. I three. Underwear. A complete atonic ' Fine Corded Madras Cloth. Laces and Embroideries. Cyrano Neckj Chains, 35o to 75o. Underwear These garments are well made, of good muslin and are excep tionally good values. of Ladles Muslin i Words won't do Jnstioe to these goods. You must see them. These goods and Mousseline DeSoies are exclusive with us. Ab other home thotc them. 'v 1 iChallics. fabric, in exquisite patterns. Would be cheap at 25o, but we've made a 15n D,y theni 1uiok- Prloe ,0 Boys Waists. A tull line of "Mother's Friend" to $1.00. Waists from . . Netting aiUl . LaCCS. An Immense stoek of new patterns. Valluieuues Lacea 25 o dozuu iards. In Black, in White and In Cream. iiiuo n filing aim unups lur hii over work and Drens Fronts. Point Do Oene Lace and Embroidered Chiffon. Wo show some haudsomo designs in these. , i), ri'll iilaCK OllKS. We show an excellent line of Black Dress Silks in all the most popular weaves. Peau DeSoie, Armnres, Oros Grains, Satin Duobesso and Taffotaa. Shoes. Crash Suitings, t 12i and 20c. Sash Buckles, The now things. Cotton Suitings. Iu ueat Checks, Ae. 10 one should pay $3.00 to $3.50 for Ladies Shoes, when you can purchase from us for $2.00 shoes just as good, look just as well and wear as well as tho high priced ones 1 Ours are made of fine, soft Kid, neatly made and finished, fit perfectly and comfortably. We show them in all the popular styles. Is there any good reason why any r and 12Jc. Dress Prints, DOMESTIC. Yard wide, excellent quality at 4o. JVaist Silks. I Slippers. Dress Prints. Haudsomo stylos, of best quality, Sc Percales, 30 inoh wldo, excolleot cloth, at 7Jc. Nothing approaching this showing of Silks has ever been seen In Hick man. More dIIkb than were ever nore before, and the styles are extremely pretty. The selling has commenced beforo wo got them marked. Some In beautiful, at 7Cc, 81.00 and $1.25. We can say just as much for oar $3 line of Ladies Slippers. They are not surpassed by any $2.50 slipper shown. See them. the Shirtings, good quullty, at 7c. 5c. Apron Ginghams, Crashes, .So Fine French Percales, neat patterns. 30 inoh wide. A very fine olotb, in Applique Trimmings. y Grocery Department Everything to eat. Fine and up, Large Towels, 9c. Corded Chambray. Ladies Vests, .5f. n Tho very latest, and shown here on-l- fn by ua. The most exquisito pattorns imaginable. We show a great variety of patterns and colorings, in price , from GOo to $2.00 por yard. In A full line. Hardware Everything in iron. Rueensware Harness and Saddlery A complete stock. . L. Hickman, ' P. & W. $. ELLISON, i p Kentucky. aiiuiuuiiaiiiiiaiuwuiiiiuuiiiiUiuuiuiwuiiumuiwwuiiiiUiiuuiUiiUiiuauuimuuiaiuuuiuuaiuiauauiiuuiUimm ,'- -- ,.-;- ;. .. -- v." "'' - .K"5- - "' ,k-- r ....." "riTrv li. '' 1 The Hickiuan Courier OKOHOK THE WINDSOR A ItttliiH HOTEL FIRE. REORGANIZED." Our Fotco in tho l'lillipiiiiicH Divided FATHER'S ATROCIOUS II CRIME. WARttSN, robUihar. JIICKMAN. propoition to population, than any country in the world. The Ainu women in Japan tntoc their faces to give them the appear-oncof men with whiskers. In ancient times many of the tnoun tains of Palestine were terraced and tome of these terraces still remain. New York, March 21. The skeleton of a victim of the Windsor hotel tiro CURRENT TOPICS. was found Monday on tho 40th street side. The remains wore in such conIt is estimated tliatof the whole pop- dition that it was impossible to tell ulation of the globe about 00,000 ilia whether they were those of a male or every ilny. female. A human foot with nearly all Moke than 2,000 different kinds of the Mesh still on it was also discovered postal cards have been issued during at the same spot. the last 25 years. A little later the burned bone of n The value of the average annual prohuman leg, so badly charred that it duction of the earth has been estimated could not bo told whether it was that at SIO.000.000.000. Cini.K is snid to hae more poets, in of a male or female, was taken from t XEHTUCKY, I'oroe of Mm Working On tho Two CImrrcil lliulle Wore Ilsr rrrit Mumlii), .Murdered III KImi l.lttlo Children mid Mrril the- Uuelllni; litlk of lynching. Into Two Divisions. Col. Smith, lit Xrgin, Ha llrnllril a Conptltiitlou on Minptii Line 'I he (intern- ii cut It l'lurcd In tho Nut Km' lluiuU - lIiTciii.NBON, Knii.fl March 21. An -. Kxrept Certain Itmnrwitloiu. the ruins. e Jennie McKenna, reported missing, is at her sister's nome on Long Island. She was sMghtly burned. A second body has been found in tho debris where the otlice had boon. It, like tho iirst, wis i)urucd beyond tho possibility of idculfflcnftoii. New Yohk, March 21. A largo force of men worked en the ruins of tho Windsor hotel Monday night. Partof the roar wall and chimney on tho 47th street side were still standing at n lato hour. Smoke was issuing from tho chimney which extends to the basement showing that tire still smolders in that part of the ruins. The workmen excavated slowly and with great care. The debris was thrown from the space occupied by the hotel to the sidewalks. Crowds pressed as close to the ruins as they were allowed by tho police. At midnight 300 laborers who had been digging in the rulus were relieved by another gang of 5500.. No other body has been found sinco 9 o'clock in the morning when the workmen came across the remains of two charred bodies. The men worked all day on the three sides of the old hotel, Fifth avenue, 4Gth and 47th streets. Part of the rear wall of the hotel 150 feet back from the avenue is still standing and is considered dangerous. It will be pulled down as soon as possible. an Instrument which will measure time to the thousandth partof a second. Among the Egyptians embalming ceased about 700 A. D. About 1,200 years before its recent revival in war practice. Sinci: 1S79 more than 8,000 houses have been detenantcd and closed in Dublin on account of their unsanitary ' condition. A CAi'TiVK bee, striving to escape, lias been made to record as many as 15,540 Scientific men generally believe that the bed of the Pacific ocean was once nbovc water and inhabited by men. A liF.ni.iN watchmaker has invented wing strokes per minute III a recent test. Joseph II. Choatb says he owes his tucccss ns a lawyer to the fact that he never neglected a cabe, no matter how unimportant it was. In London alone there arc upward of 170 piano forte factories, while over 1.300 shop's are devoted to the supplying of musical goods of all sorts. Two Rockland young men have suddenly left home to sec the world and for once the reports do not hold the deadly dime novel" responsible. Lemon baths arc popular in the West Indies. Three or four lemons arc cut up and left to soak in the water half an hour. The bath is very refreshing. In Germany it is considered that a child should "go up" before it goes down in the world, so it is tarried upstairs as soon ns born. In lasc there is no upstairs, the nurse rjounts a table or chair with the infant. Vessels can be easily removed from sandbars by a new apparatus consisting of an endless chain of buckets, to b attached to the sides of th vessel and driven by engines to excavate the sand from around the hull until the ship t'.oats free. Siieaub no bigger than a pin Is one of the exhibits of the skill of a SVief- .workmnn; dozen of tiiu&u shears h less thniV half n irraln or about ncc-issary Manila, March 20. Thu entire American force has been two division's of three brigades each, being formed. Gen. I.awton Saturdaj assumed command of the first which consist of the Washington. North Da kota and California volunteers, undot Gen. King; six troops of the 4th cavalry, the tth regulars, tho Idaho volunteers and a battalion of tho Iowa troops under Gen. Ovarshine; the 3d" and S2d regular Infantry and thel Oregon regiment, under Gen. Whentorft and Dyer's and Hawthorne's light batteries. Gen. McArthur's division consists ol two batteries of tho I5d artillciy, the, Kansas and Montana volunteers, under Gen. II. O. Otis, the Colorado, Nebraska and South Dakota regiments and six companies of the Pcnusylvaul?ns under Gen. Hale, the 4th and lVlh regulars the Minnesota and Wyoming and the Utah artillery. A separate brigade will bo assigned to provost guard duty, consisting of the 20th and eight companies of the 23d regular Infantry. Gen. Anderson, now in command of the 1st division of tho Sth army corps will return to the United States in with the orders of .January : 1 iT'oclous crlmo was revealed here M. 'inlay when the coroner and his nsunits removed the dead bodies of tm- - little children from the house John Moore, which burned an early hour. A coroner's jury itt-- v igati'd the eusu and In neeordnnce the jury's recommendations u i i M.H.ie. tho fatherof tho dead children, arrested on a charge of murder. j tragedy lias c.tused much o.clte- here and there- Is some talk of lung the prisoner. However, a i.ng is not looked for. (imi tho flroint'ti unit neighbor the burning housi' the father r the only member of the family of ii toutid outside. Ills actions wore f,ji r and he would not talk. While milling was still burning and hi i .iri'ti s Itliin the burning walls, lit i t,. n horse from III liable and uidc B' af, ' hen the firemen ftiU'iitd the house af, p having partly quenched the ll urn s they found the live children Im' ' side by side in a hod on the Hour, a. 'load, but not badly burned. The d .l were Carl, aged 12; Mary, aged JO; l'i i, I. aged i; Charles. Jird 7, ami Leo, , The Hnallih PatlUuiotit is conaiilerinu the of connecting that country uitli France iy railway. Khiniiecrit say a roadbed ran bo laid ou the bottom of the hnidinh ch.tntie), and by mounting trrrtlcwurk on wheel, no that It project above the water, the railway can be otieruted. Tliii Reeiiui hcvoild belief. but it is perhapa no more remarkable-thaaomc of the euros accomplice.! by HMtvt tera btomnch liilteni in nail eac ri uy. pcpaia, indiKention and constipation. Thiai an age of wonderful achievement. Note. tee that dUtdled water l I eally poison-out,- " raid the inajnli. "That i what enuiea, aah. of intirfcriiiK with nature " "Kluht, mIi," awe ntrd the colonrl "Na-tnancvoh intended the dittilkrv, ah, to be idling It time nway on wal.ili, iah." Ilallroad Acroaa Ihe Knglliih Chana!. ! Spring Unlocks The Flowers To TAlnf Ut Luughing Soit." ' ' Anif tl0t CVen iJititrr WQVia "I . i Indianapoha Journal - Statu or Ohio, Citt or Toledo, I ' lii-- . oath that lie U the (icriior p.utner uf the ft t tit of F. J Chencj & Co., dottic limine In the city of Toledo. County iiiul State nfoicsaid, and that aul firm twll wy the mini uf One Hundred Do I I urn for each and every enc of eutarili tli.it cannot be cured by the uc of llatl'HCitruih Cure FRANK J CIIKNHV Sworn to before me and Milicnbed m my pretence, thin 0th day of December, A. I). lbiiii. A. V (JLHASON. Notary Public (Seal Ilall't Ottarrh Cure la taken internally ntul directly on t lie blood nnd untomsMir nets facet of (lit- tvttetn. Send for trutituotiiaN, fire. F J CIII:NI:v A t'U.Toleuu.U. Sold bv ilrtik'Ki't, Tfio. Hall't I'.itiuly Pills are the bent. - i.WAt.orvi, Frank .1. Chi uey makes allmn the tltYitierx to tlrOIlt and blossom to perfection Now without good soil. Nature and people are much alike; the former must have sunshine, latter must have pure blood in order to have perfect health. Hood's &irpnparilla etirrfl bloqd uf all fort. It in to the human pyatom what MiiiHliino la to Nature the di'Ktrovcr of dlecaao gortud. ll trou-btc- i ! I , I i :t ears. n 2S. MRS. PLACE The Woman Ma ELECTROCUTED. the Hint of Hrr Sex To Take a Scat lit the Kleetrocutlon Chair In Nrw York Mate Sino Sino, X. Y., March 21. Mrs. Martha Place was electrocuted in the prison here at 11:01 a. m. Monday. It was pronounced the most successful are as perfectly made ns shears of or dinary size. A custom peculiar to Ihuidhists is that of wandering about the country with hammer and chisel, and carving holy symbols upon rocks by the way-idIn this country the man with the hammer carves his way by unholy knocking after the rocks. e. ,iraitfh..oti pontug-- Blnm'pt'XheY1 I and familiarly known as "Tricksey." She is a very accomplished woman, and has written several clever stories. In his eulogy of the late Mr. Dingley Representative Doekery spoke of the great changes in the house since it met at the opening of the congress. Of the 350 men who were then sworn only 17 are still there, and in the next session there will only be 15. Tub Gorman debt is growing constantly at the rate of about S30.000.000 n year. In 1SSS It was 3173,000,000. At the end of lb9S It was three tims as great. These figures are from a German statistical paper. The total debt, 5540,000,000. is very small, as debts go in this nge. Fati away from civilization gesture language is still extant in Australia, fc'ome of the tribes possess such an it is almost as efficient as the spoken language. The two facts may have no particular bearing on each other, but, nevertheless, divorces arc almost unknown there. Kaiseic Wn.iiEUfs tactics of expelling foreigners from Germany nre being applied to Germans by tome of his Prof. Leo Meyer, for V,J neighbors. years professor of comparative philology at the University of Dorpat, in Livonia, has been dismissed and a Russian appointed in his place. Mips Vihoinia Faih, who Is soon to wed "William K. Vanderbilt, jr., was born In a rough wooden in Virginia City, Nov., where her father was a hard working miner. The Fair children played with tho other miners' children and showed fJIght promise of future prosperity, liluoiiT red spectacles, accompanied by internnl doses of calomel, form a new German specific against seasickness. Seasickness is due to lack of blood in the brain, while red sends blood to tho brain with a rush. lly looking at ono point for some time, through the red glasses the putlent is cured. Tub czar has had his special den in the St. Petersburg palace papered with cartoons relating to himself, including u great many caricatures of the most ridiculous sort. Okkenbkh against Kaiuer Wilhclm'a dignity in the one year 1808 were taken all together, with 2.000 ycarsof imprisonment, according to the Nuremberger Zcitung, a fcocial democratic newspaper. Chilean papers declare that two days previous to the last earthquake in the bay of I'ayta thousands of crabs of an unknown kind crawled on shore. They were all greatly excited, lis if escaping item an enemy. Forty-eight- h twc-Mo- ry pun-iBhc- has but one sister, now married to an English army of ficer, in the staff corps stationed somewhere in India. She is a great beauty, IlUDVAitn Kjpm.no execution that ever occurred here, and Dr. Harvey, tho prison physician, said death was instantaneous. At 10:43 o'clock the warden called the witnesses and others to his private ofllce, from which they wero immedi ately conducted to the death chamber. There were 23 persons in the chamber at the time tho doors were locked. A test of the apparatus was then made by State Electrician Davis at 10:51 on incandescent bulbs. A moment after she was seated in the chair. As she dropped into tho chair she sank back and the warden placed her female attendants in front of her so that the adjustment of the electrodes was not visible to the witnesses at iirst. When the adjustment to the leg was made, however, the women for some reason separated, although they had previously held their skirts so that nothing could be seen. This gave a full view of the process. The official reriort of the execution say that "the subject was electrified eight amperes for four seconds after which the electrification was reduced to two amperes for 50 seconds. Tho voltage was 1,700 for tho first four and 200 for the remaining 00 seconds of the first electrification." The head had previously been bhaved at the crown, and the hair drawn over it, so that it had only to be parted to apply the electrode. This was dono quickly, and exactly one minute after the woman entered the chamber the current was turned on. ec-on- ds JOHN SHERMAN'S CONDITION. It In Thought That the nmn I KiiiCtton Weil-Know- n I)jlnCTlie I'ari For Siiutlaeo. htutet- - Leave. rv v vfc9Cv i" u ' Mi severe tor.riiltted of the (lurfe. nado passed over a part of this county Union row.v, Pa.. March 21. -- Carl even miles south of here at I o'clock Sororu.sS was Monday acquitted of tho Saturday afternoon, blowing down fiarge of attempting to cause tho three buildings on the Hodge farm and of his brother Allen injuring two persons. The storehouso y administering poisoned candy and of John Hastings, at Plvert6n Junc- J scharged from custody. The alleged tion, was destroyed and a box car waa motive was to obtain S12.000 estate, blown from the track--. 'ihe defense claimed rouspiiacy to Cuba. ruin Norcross. The Paris will probably touch fi rst Mm. I.elnnd mid Daughter Hurled, at Guantanamo. She left instructions ftirllrrintl I.areeny. A Count Ni:w Yohk, March 20. Funeral servfor the Chicago to follow with all Xkw Vonic, March 21. Count Marian ices over Mrs. Warren Leland and Miss haste. DnARMus. I'INKIIAM nobleman of : Zarcmhn, a Polish Helen Leland, wife and daughter of The hot weather has greatly weak- tho proprietor of the I feel it my duty to tell Windsor hotel, ommandiug appearance, who married ened Mr. Sherman, and his doctors feel you of the good your and who died from injuries received a rich young woman of tills city, that unless a change for tho better at tho fire, wero held Sunday morning .Monday sentenced to three yearsmis Vegetable Compound lias in cqiucs very quickly all hope must be done my daughter. She at the Church of the Heavenly Rest, Sing Sing prison for grand larceny. abandoned. suffered untold agony nt Ht P.cv. Dr. F. Parker Morgan officiating. I I)eioiuliitlnK ('limp Millenrle. I III I Mm time of menstruation beGranted tlin Ailmme. AUOusta, (hi., March 21. Tho 10th ComhiR to the United .Stiiten, ; fore takingyour medicine Mo.voNOAiiELA Citv, Pa., March 21. ho Havana, March United Ohio volunteers will bo mustered out The Wightman glass works were shut but the Compound has here' next Thursday; the 13th MinneThomas, formerly the down Monday, owing to the strike. States transport relieved the pain, given her a better color, nnd she feels Minncwaska, sailed Suuday morning sota leaves the service March 27, and stronger, nnd has improved every way. I am very grateful to Lehr tenders and layers out for 10 per deflMli Michigan April 3. Tho cent, advance. The Monongahela Glass for the United States with the 202d the you for the benefit she has received. It is n great medicine parture of these regiments will virtuXcw York volunteers. Tho War 3 Co. has granted for young girls." tho advance and re- Havana, specially chartered for liner ally depopulate Camp McKcuzie. this sumed operations. purpose, will sail Monday with the 2d I!irUhir of Che) rune Hi petted. Two Killed and Olio Wuundeil, Louisiana volunteers. IIr(.k.va, Mont., March 21. An up- Of Greater New York, Boston, and .rraa7;i1Ay.!!?.c;&,!t,!Lv:.?siJv:i. Lauedu, Tex., March 31. Two men rising of the Cheycnnes Is expected be- many other places use Carter's Ink blck One Day. were killed and a captain of the stato Owknbhoiio, Ky March 20. Jesse fore bummer comes. Settlers have oc- exclusively and won't use any other. ,.,..c,,.c8END FQR BOOKLE rangers was wounded in u fight with JJNt TIIK JK EI.KU. lu H4BT l T., AtH Inn. That speaks well or Tnylor, colored, aged 10, died hero of cupied their lands for several years Mexicuiio over 6tnullpox here Monday . p ,'!-VMRW D"C0VI"Vt Bl"" icrebro spinal mcnlnigitis. He was without rights. ' 1 quick rtltrf morning. ,r. iioua uf tr.tlmunl.l, and III nd rum worn sick less than 21 hours. ilav' and gives,)? food for thought. UO, u. M. uaau-free. aisu,uti i tiluu, Kingston, Jamaica, March 21. The American line steamer Paris, Capt. Frederick Watkins, with the party of American excursionists who are touring in West Indian waters, sailed at 0 o'clock Monday evening. Mr. John Sherman Is worse and is not likely to survive the night. The United States crnisur Chicago has not arrived, but It is supposed it will meet the Paris at Santiago do An attack was made by tho rebels Friday upon tho battery at Loma church, but were repulsed by tho Penn-sylvania advance, with heavy os. Lieut. Thompson and Piivatcs McVay and McCaiihc, of Company C, were warder. When Moore wa railed Wfore the wounded. jury to testify lie pretended A gunboat, with a company of the to believe that an exploding lump had 23d regulars on board, is now on the. lake attacking the small towns. She cUM'd the tiro and that his children was last heard of off Morongand Santa lu.l met death in the llatnes. He lestl-JEthat lie was nwnkend from a Cruz. At Ncjrros island a committee, with lirep sleep by tint Miiokc and that it found the luue a II re all nrer. Col. Smith presiding, Is drafting a con minutes, he villi, brfure was ! stltution on simple lines placing the government in the hands of the na )r recovered his seines anil then lie not try to nave Ilia children hetives, excepting the customs, poUnl ml.i ho UtifMl thpv frills! li dnml. n. and telegraphic services, military Af fire had started In the mhiiii In police matters and external nollti vhich they wore sleeping. Ill riding Telegrams from other portions o way from the tiro ho explained by islands betoken friendly sentimen tating that his wife was away from ward the Americans. It is likely omo attending a sick friend, and that there will be a peaceful rcsumptl P.i .' went to tell her of their loss all business. looic showed little oonooru when Scnor Lacson, the president of. jury returned the verdict charging native government, desires to retl wth,piurdcr$s. private life, in which event Junn i'hv family ratifo liere from Kniporia eta, a prominent native planter, w! out three weeks ago anil rented tho become president. Tho native troops will becomo gem iff tie two story house in which the armcric, at a fixed scale of wages an. 'Ii igedy occurred. Mr. Moore's father. U. Franklin, whoso family o.iine with special stations and barrick re irotn l.mpona anotti mo .iho They will hand over their Mausers an Itemingtons and receive Springfield kn-- ' Mated Monday evening that More had always been a rtilont, moros rifles for arms. hlractcr, but that he appeared to Col. Smith is popular and is displaying much tact In his conduct of affa rs .iae a great ambition for his children. Of J according Mr. to late. Everything there is satisfactory. Tho Boston has gone to Zamboaura. FifciUlin, Moore has htoodod over the formerly the refuge of the Spanian'i fail that he was out of work, and the seems to think that if from the southern islands, to assumn re committed the crime ho must peaceful control. After a confcrer.ee lost his reason brooding over hit here between Gen. Miller Commander hies. Walter, of the Concord, Lieut. Coloorc. however, seems to be sane. mmander Cowper and prominent nativn and outside of his actions during the on board the Plover, it was decided that Cowper should cross the lines and ne- fin, there has been nothing to bcarout gotiate a settlement with the rebels thfJnsanlty theory. who are much reduced In numbers, owTHE SMALLPOX SITUATION. ing to desertions. Should this result be reached the SUtp Health Olllmr lllunt Atkt bottom will be knocked out of the rev- Tland Itecelvm .More Stale ToUro To rn olution. The only thing left will be Maintain Order At I.urrdit. for Otis to tackle Luzon, and histroopi would soon reduce Agulualdo and his San Antonio, Tex., March 21.- - Stat. faction to suing for peace. Health Officer lllunt in charge of the miu11ih)x situation at Laredo. Tex., Onlr Three Houari asked for more state police, and 21 men Montoomkiiv, Ala., March 20. At were sent him Monday. Selma the spire of the First Methodist The Mexicans refused to allow the church was blown down, crushing officials to remove their relative, who through the roof and doing much dam- were nHlletcd. to the pest house, and age. At Sellers, a small station on the tiring began in the western portion ol Plant system south of Montgomery, the- city. Two men were killed mid a the entire town except three houses captain of tho state rangers wounded. was destroyed. Luvcrno also suffered I nlted States troops from Ft. Mcintosh greatly. crc inarched to the scene at 11 o'clock 'h coroner's autopsy, held Monday ,i developed convincing evi-iof an awful crime '1 ho skull of ct. 'i child was deeply Indented and fr thodentslong fractures extended. A. hut one of the children had been stabbed In the neck. The throat of the e child, a pretty boy, lui been slashed so .leci that the bi nal column had bcciiM'vcrcd. J I' was upon these fact, and the (s'Miigc behavior of the father, that iUr authorities bake their charges of no i "Cuba ttenu luiniont utir induttricaauite readily " "Vet, I'm told Cuban tobacco it already hem produced III Cuba to tome extent," Detroit Journal. Villi Can WrltflM-iM- Our I lid ii air to. Poor Blood-- " The doctor onld there IiUmmI In in? were nut drops of body. Hood's uriwipanlla hnllt me up nnd 11." Sfaie It. Umiw.n, Hindu me alrotut nnd luAMnr lllll, Lynn. Man- -. complication ol Dyspepsia, otc.-"- .v tnmtilc!), lyMolu, throttle catarrh nnd Inliammntluti of I In- - Moiunrh, rlicunintuuu. etc., made mo mlnr.ihle. Hail no apx-tlluntil I took llood'a Nirrnpnrllln, which I nut llwirKi(jhly cured." acted like innBlc, N. II. .Sretiv, isTI W lllli Av .iVnver.Col. ein e , oblUisI to Klve up work mi arssmnt o( .No Rheumatism HiMHl'r rurett ' l'iMit-H.- e I'llKI to AllenS Olmsted, U Uny, N. Y , for a FllKK satiiplo of Allen s Fool Kuv.ii powihr to khaki' Into vour shoes. Ill euros clil'.lihilliN, .swoutliiK, damp, swollen, aching dill. It iiiakos light shoes is--i Cures Corns. Hiinlons mid Intrroivii'K Nulls MiieuU AlldnifRitsmiiUlnieloresoltit iri iiiirii m results.' Mu. J.S, Mi.Math, Stnmrord.C't. -- til in. it cured my daucliler u( I Klve It to the ihlhtreti with kxk! SuMnimrllln. "My huttmnd rrinely he1rd until he -- rlitu-mallin- ru which used y sflCQCleJ Mini hi th Q CjaiJfih7isi III,, with i llcl' wzammmBr I'dli lr three-year-ol- d "Pa," naid little Wdlie. "why la a Udr" actor railed a ham' "Perliant." In father replied, "lcaute he'a to often terved with ek'K.' Catholic He Standard and Timet and Fever Is a bottle of OHovr.'a T"Trt.rs Chill Toxic, ll simply lrou nnd iiuinltio in nopay. I'riitv'iOo. ft UaU'leaafonn Nooure 1 I'nr n Culinary Itrnson, uny rlhrll luulf liter il.l i.oii lr,HUn r,rnl. t4 HIS CONDITION. All) Thr llrl rrecrlitlin for Chill. Jutl rinln l.ai), Ulthonl if Vour I'rlll ur Ornament. rJ ;1 - our health today?" "Tomnij "That church a nli)tic "Are ou atlinc over 3(0 sears or merely j a n frit mi?" returned Mr. arlick, a mutt- old." Cn "M) aunt taya il'acnly ICO" Tommy "Oh, well. I tupxe that' a far grown, but tlitewd listnc. "At a fnrnd, of eourte!" bck at the can rv member "Stray Storut. "Waall. then. Doc. I'm feelln kinder awter, to to etprutt it. Ain't tick To Cnrr n Cold In llnr Day Take Luative Ilromo Quinine Tablets. All enough to no to bed, nor well enough to druggiita refund money it it lads toeurc. 25c. do aii thing thai look like work. Ain't neb enough to need n vacation, nor poor enough The pen may be mightier than the sword; not to feel like I want one. Can't ay I've cot tirina fevrror ialpitation of the heart, hut it ital4jt the en that teltt you so. lor the lint ain't in teaton uuw, an' 1 m toe Town Topic. duru lHg an' huiky for aii)bcxlV to belies Port the latter The imle fait uf the caeii Plant Line. Five nailinct weekly Tampa )o Havana. Choice of routes, either that I'm ttuthful riiuugh to own up that-- I'm or omauii'iilt Jri ia Uey 'Wett or direct thin Appi) to I. Uiy, isithout any frillteiiftugh plain lay. an' honett to ronfeta it. A. Hell, 2Ua Clark ritrert. Chicaeo. Thai's all in the world It the matter with Some men tlitiik. they deserve credit for me." Puck. s likiiiK their own tliildte- n- Watlunston Crraernl Hotel, KtireUn Sprlnu, ,U (la.) Democrat. .1 am entirely euretl of liettMirhace of lung t !V l'lll a (lir. fur lirilinilil i.k.i ljuha Lindumaii, llrthan, Mo., Jan 8, 'il. No man Is ln worthleta nn to pet ttuck on him. "Howdy do, Mr. JarlieU" aaluted Dr. .Slaughter, an Arkantat phj iictau. "How ir rBT Di'inoerat. far tame irani 'ahint)n (la.) IVhruaiy 23 In the Oaik Moil it y- -I tain. Delightful cUiiilrlUulilu! itledlelrial wntn. tthrap ?V rurtMii rale. Through leetera via I l.hie. Aiidies,l O. Plank. Manager, Knows Ornt Unnn, niuall ne II, Arcade. Crntury lliiihlinc. or lrlec Tiekei OtlWe, Nft. 101 N Unwdwaj. .'Ji Iaiuis, Mo -- A Dote in Time Saves Nine of Hale'a Honey ef HorehottiHl ami Tar far Coui;li. Cute in uucmiuute. Pike'a Toathaehe Wan "Dwl your rwh it I'oUrr Term. i lvt The hif rit i alwai dead mt of tome thing he knows nothing aWiut. (hkctfn Daily Newt. "Well, well! S he watn t oven auntie to you. tb?" I'ljdtlelph American. m i.ii i m "Nat a rent " aunt leave you anything a North Oil. ttenny "It'aRone." he aaiil. "10 jisutnf St. Jacobs Oil did it." rheuma-tiam- . Where's it gene? Ask St. Jacob It (UMil tlt.it hrmte pane, foolt.-Chio- ago . Auclwmer aro morbid turn. CIitittiaH Work. .St. It is easy. Mire. It will vanuli Jacob Oil for Neuralgia. It's iUtn- - Thceretie! philoaopher arc easnelisira. prattictl Dally New-Oil wilt lc Never mind a cane or crutch. St. Jaetttn lurolaine laek. tingt r. Christian Work. A hipb-tone- d younir man The tenor A batiRup atfair Chriitlau Wotk. An artillery wilute. INDULGENT MOTHERS n dutiful daughter pay in pain for her mother's or perhaps neglect. The mother suffered and she thinks her dntigliler must suffer also. This is true only to a limited extent. No excessive pain is healthy. Every mother should inform her- self for her own sake and especially for the sake of her dmightcr. Write to Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn. Mass.. for her advice about nil matters concerning the ills of the feminine MANY organs. Many a young girl's beauty is wasted by unnecessary pain at time of menstruation, and many indulgent mothers with mistaken kindness permit their daughters to grow careless about physical health. Miss Carrik M. Lamh, Ilig Heaver, Mich., writes: "Dear Mrs. Pinkham A year ago I suffered from profuse and Iuka, Tornado In Mis5., March Mlfilll. 20. i. in. A h I menstruation My and Icucorrhcun. appetite was variable, stomach sour and bowels were not regular, and was subject to pains like colic duriugmcnstruation. I wrote you and began to take Lydia K. Pinkhain's Vegetable Compound and used two packages of Sanative Wash. Youcan't imagine my relief. My courses are natural and general health improved." Mrs. Nannii An kins, La Due, Mo., writes: irregular '(jgr ,aw.';ig. 1 20.-T- mjWi-y- y THE SCHOOLS Maine Steel Souvenirs, D RO PQ ,wi0 CARTER'S INK Ireul-ata- al ij,;TT"r5ftffiatfe : . ) rap"-- ! :z kW" 153J I DIOBIMB FDRTHE DEAD TUg Terrible Gonflaoratlon the Windsor Hotel, New York: In Sixteen People Are Known to i Be Dead and Missing. Forty-Four-A- re A Long List of Mangled and Burnod Victims Sov- oral Will Dlo. Made in Uctnov- Little Progress ititf the Debris From the Itiiiusoi' the Hotel. Ahncr McKinley' Family. Who Wero (iiicslMorilio Hotel. Mirnc- mmsly Escaped, tUrliig Itetrue, I'riini Window a u lleth, r Heartrending Sreue lntrii.hr I.o. of AluitMlOiie Million II. lain tin llulrl. . ' ' - Ktnuios which originated fitiiu the igniting of n lace CMrtuiu durst forlh from the second Hour of Ihe Windsor hotel tit 47th Mrcelaud Fifth atcutio, shortly after 8 o'clock ridny afternoon, Jusl as the St. Patrick's ilay parade waj pitting the building mill In a few moments they hail leaped up to the roof KMil f tit enveloped the entire avenue mid 47th street fronts of the hotel. Ten minutes later the llnine wore ronilng through the interior of the hotel, anil nil nsenpc .. by. moans of stairways nnd olevntors wasetit off. There was the wildest MOO of c.xoitcinynt within and without the building. Iluiidicdo of guest and employ were In the hotel when the tire I) i ok (i out. and for ninny of them to escape with safuly win. 1J. 1 1 Nr.w Voiik. March n Soon of the hotel wcie cither panic to .mnUc stricken tumble or their way to tho ground tloor. Windows were thrown up on every "MilqVbf-illiiiMiltng'ftnd tho guests mostly women, In nil singes of terror, tuailc ' their nppearnncu anil uttered frantic, appeal for assistance to the Am the ilnmcs gathered crowd below. nltotii them they became more nnil moie terror stricken, mid presently mhdo of them stood uhih the nnrrow window sills and beckoned to the spectators that they were iibout to leap. The men collected upon the sidewalk rondy to render any asftistunco they could, and In the meantime some of thii xvnmon left the window bill and dropped to the strict. In most the effort to natch them and break their awful fall were unavailing', for they struck the sidewalk and In most cases broken limbs were the rem liqdc In the lower lloors of the hotel, Ihom; who hml easy necess to the hlreet nrnl the stairway, commenced to pour out of the building in great numbers, but It soon heenme very apparent thnt n Ktvul majority of the occupants after tho first alarm was given sult. As mm) n as tho firemen could get their sealing ladders Into osltton they otliubcd the sides of the building ntid entered at every window where there win an unfortunate guest appealing for assistance, and many cases of heroic rescue wero witnessed by tho throng in the streets. At the comer of 47th street and fth avenue, directly ncros-- ) from the hotel is the home of Miss Helen Gould, and at her direction many of the injured were carried thoro and wero treated by physicians and nurses whom she had sent for. In the meantime tho chief of police had telephoned to every hospital In tho city, asking that assistance be sent. Ambulances forced their way through tho crowds as quickly as possible nnil tho Injured people who had made the frightful leaps from the hotel windows were placed in them and removed to tho hosp taU. Several occupants of the hotel appeared at the window of the sixth and seventh stories and even on tho toof and leaped to tho streets from those polntn. Very few of them escaped either death or injuries which resulted In their death a short time later. One of the most daring rescues effected by the firemen occurred on the Hfth floor on the .'ilh avenue front. An elderly woman was seen at a window and two firemen succeeded in reaching tho window immediately underneath. One of them climbed to tho coping of the window on which she wan standing and then swung tho woman clear of the window and landed her safe in the armsof his companion, who with tho assistance of several other firemen, passed her down to the street. The llrst horror occurred just 15 minutes after tho fire broke out. A handsome womnn appeared at tho window of a room on the fourth tloor. She held out her arms to the crown below. Then she raised her hands as If In supplication, and In a moment climbed to tho window and leaped. She turned about llko a top and struck tho Iron railing In front of the hotel. Her body cin t be Impaled there, but fell off and Into tho area wny. She was dead. Tho woman was Identified as Mrs. Amelia Paddock, of Irvington, N. Y. Nkw Youa, Maroh 20. Tho most complete list of casualties at tho Windsor hotel lire shows that 14 persons wero killed and possibly 15, without attempting to tpcculnto on the bodies In the ruins. Forty persons missing. Fifty-twnames arc In the list of Injured whoso whereabouts are known. Three tiro engines and a hundred policemen remained all night about tho burning building. Those engines poured six largo streams of water on the llamcs, which would start up at Intervals In spite of the firemen. Little explosions occurred orcry once In a while from escaping gas, the pipes baring been smashed all over tho lower part of tho building, the only part that was left. Citizens wctc kept a block awny from the ruins, as pieces of wall were fulling every now itud then and there was danger thnt the portion of wall at tho back of the building and that on tho Kith street side might full at any time. The bit of wall on tho to 40th tnpercd side street n held two point and still chimneys In plaec. It was pulled down during the day. Tho wall on tho rear side, seven stories high, was still standing, but It looked as though It might fall with tho tlrst stiff brcce. The wall on the 47th street side was about two stories high, and that In front on I'lfth avenue about the same height. The walls had breaks in them and had jagged tops, adding to the hideous appearance of llioiulux behind them, which smoked and steamed and cmittiil a bad stench. I'lfth avenue and 40th and 17th streets were Impassable. They were covered with debris from the walls of the hotel and In many Instances flagstones were broken by the great crash of stone and brick. The home of Helen Gould, on the northeast rorner of 4Vlh street, was surrounded byacoiilou of police all night and morning, while detectives guai ded the Interior. A jioliccuiaii accompanied every person who entered g the house. Iteyond a few windows broken, the house was scarcely damaged at all. except very slightly on lop where the lire caught Friday. The Interior was in great confusion. All bodies and all the Injured had been taken uway. Miss (Jould and her brother Ft ank slept In the house all night. The surviving daughter of Warren Lclnnd, Fanny, remains nt the resiFlower, She Is prosdence of trated by the calamity that has fallen on the family. Wnrron (5. 1. eland, jr., stated emphatically Saturday morning that though his father Is prostrated with grief, he Is not at nil Insane as hud teei reported. "llo Is grlcf- strlcken, but sane as ho ever was," said young I.cland. He added thnt he thought the Itoohs of the hole), Including the register, .......... t. .. I? ....... ....!. I... Ki.iu-i- l ii l ivuiiiu &IIIIU utiitw in; tiny; also, the safe. In which there was! conxiucrntue money nnti valuables ot those slaying at the hotel. Tho register will be invaluable in clearing up the list of dead, missing and injured. A. A. Nlmis of this city, said he went to the hotel Friday afternoon arriving at 3 o'clock. He went up in the elevator to go to tho rooms of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wlehelninnn, who nre missing. At the third tloor he and the other rcnons in the elevator heard the sliouUi of lire, and the elevator stopped nt tho third tloor. Ho got out and ran to tho front of the house to a lire escape. As he passed the end room ho saw a man, a stranger, and one who did not appear to be a guest of the house, grabbing up valuables in the room, like n miser. Ho said lie was astounded nt the sight. "I caught the man," said Mr. Nlmls," and said: "Why don't you try to save soino lives instead of robbing dead The man turned his face to me and gave me n look that seemed to bo a muidcrcr's. Then he dashed out. He was about 20 years old and dark. I'm sure he was not a guest of the hotel." John McGulre, of this city, was looking for his niece, Mary Clair, who IslM years old, and was employed ns a chambermaid on the sixth lloorof the hotel. He had seen nothing of her since tho o bs-inox-Go- was made Sunday In removing the debris of tho Wlndtor hotel Are in the effort to discover tho bodies that aro supposed to Ho burled there. All day long 200 men labored as much as the misty, muddy, steaming mass of broken Iron and crushstones, twisted would admit. A heavy, ed brick vapor arose continually stilling retarding progress of tho workers and keeping them for the most part away from the center of tho ruins. From Fifth avenue much of the debris that hnd fallen into the atrcct hnd the and away cleared been men were able to roach a portion of the llrst floor. What smnll portions of wall could bo blasted down were leveled, but the great pillar of brick at the 47th street end still stood. It was In such a threatening condition that the police notified tho residents of tho houses across the street to remain In tho rear of their dwellings to prevent any fatalities when the crash came. Up to midnight no bodies had been discovered and no more deaths from injuries received at tho Hro were rcJ ported from tho hospital, but a nuu(-heof tho injured were still In a seri' ous condition. The death list rcmaini tho same as Saturday sixteen- and the list of missing has been reduced to 41, as a n umber of those previously unaccounted for reported In person or had been located by friends. Just before midnight two section, of the rear or eastern wall of tho hotel Forfell in with a mighty crash. tunately no one was ncor and the was more beneficial than otherr col-lap- FILIPINOS WERE SCATTERED. Cm. W demon (Irmi, Out Sntrml Allies of Tirrlli.ry In tlir Vlrlnllrof MhiiIIiiI'IIIiIiios l.oit 200 Klllrtl. a, March SI. -- The American in Sunday's fighting, In which vAftfrctc - sj - c sc frc &csscc - !:- 6 - &fre - e8 - e6fre fr6 itfte &tc 6c6 &6tfr. - - - - - a 2 STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS. - Mash wc Jaoo 32i 3a 3 99 .05555 33a "heaton's brigade cleaned out several allcs of territory, arc believed to be AN UNUSUAL INDICTMENT. Ix killed and 25 or .10 wounded. The rf,'c extent of the territory over Col. ,lsck t'hlim Indicted br the (Irautl hlch tho operations were conducted, Jury ut Lexington for Common ..Nul- nikes it dlflcuu, however, to give an uuee A Noted Chaructur. iwurate list of our casunltlos. A partial list follows: Killcd-Prlv- ate Lkxinoton, Ky., .March 10. As the Smith, ompany K: Private Johnson, com-n- y result of an assault made by Col. Jaek K. both 2d Infantry; Private Cliinn upon Hon. C. J. llronstou in the lobby of tho Phmnlx hotel last Wednes"iRc, Company D, 2d Oregon. VoumlcdPrivates Young, Clark. day, the grand jury 'picsday returned Vount and Ilrownc. 2d Orce-on- : Corn. an indictment against Chinii for a comfiucklin. of the 1st Washington; Cnpt. mon nuisance, "by using insulting, 'ones and Privates August Schmidt, abusive. Indecent an.l riotous languugc ocrt Kice. Charles Palmer, James for the purpose of provoking an asComefordc. Ualclgh White, Nelson Ar- - sault." The indictment Is very uncltKnn Willtn.. put.. ..t it usual. Chlun is known all over the country .cnmlcr Mingcc, IMward Wilson, Geo. bcluiptilur. F.arl Kdwnnls, Frank Hue- - as a politician and rhce horse starter. ICr, (arl Cruilinllil nnil Vnrrlll l'ni-- . Ho is a fine pistol shot, and is considter. ered a thoroughly fearless man. Ho Tin- Filipinos lost 200 killed. Ten of went to Nevada this winter to assist In of ilenator Mcwart. their villages were burned. The tho Americans captured many tons of lie lead the famous .lUacUburti senaitom. The enemy were chased for 15 torial fight in lbtKJ. milc before CJcn. Whcaton called a FULLY EXONERATED. 3t.'- -,. - aa fl4iia3 9aa - - - 3a3 - 5i 9 - - J - i THE CAILLE MUSIC BOX. It riayed "Half Time," Hut thn I'roprletor Got a Year In the I'eoltentlarjr and Wan Also Fined. Louisvii.i.k, Ky., March 19. Oouls Schmidt, a saloon keeper, was .sen- tenced to one year In the penitentiary and given a fine of 3.100 Friday afternoon. He was indicted for operating the "callle music box." a slot machine of the Improved order. When a nickel Is dropped in it may play "On the Hanks of tho Wabash," "Hag Time" or some other popular air, and at the tame time the player may be rewarded by getting more coin than he put in. The chance of a conviction in the case were considered by Schmidt'.s attorney,' A. J. Speckert, at the same ratio as the player's chance of getting a handful of nickels when he puts (.. into the slot. Hut the unexpected hap pened. I. .lit of 1'rirnte II. Young, of the 22d Infan-tr- . was wounded during the fighting wise. I i Two engines were stillon thcgiouml at a late hour throwing streams on the wreck. The only things found during the early part of the night wero a set of artificial teeth on n gold plate and some articles of clothing. Sunday night the persons 1'ivlng hi the three houses nearest to the wall on 47th street were ordered out by the police because of the danger of Its being blown down by the high wind. The ruins still smoulder and the smoke and gases blowing In the facet of tho workers made their task ono of great toll and hardship. From time to time men were compelled to dcsUt Ily midnight for a few minutes. the lnlnircrs had excavated back from tho front building line and to for a distance the of fifteen feet. The great value rcf cot anticipate trouble there. Jewels and jewelry In the wreck maijo the men work carefully. Kach shov. 1SIDENT AND SPEAKER. fill of tho refuse was carefully exam- 1 ined before being pluced in the carts. Creut Itlvul louder Meet On I'nHi'iMiifMi linth In liiitfm-mid In thn J lulnml, XVIiern the l'rrolilentUt guise of foremen mingled with mrty Will VUll lor n IVw Ilajru. worklngmen and carefully watched i ri . . 9t moTcrjcuU Moro rJNsv hck, Oa.. March si. rrcsl- every their woro ;f"ih ulvlnley resled Monday night men the than that lUyl island, tho beautiful winter searched at the end of their sh.lfi home of a number of eastern Many of the men resented this sayinr tllonalrcs on St. Simon's sound. it was unnecessary and protest' that miles up the coast from Ilruns- log that no man would think of taking such properly, and especially under thi". ;k. With him are Mrs. Mckinley, clrcumstnncs. Tho contractors and Ice President and Mrs. Hobart and the officials of the buildim? denart "mtor Ilanna. They are the guests .. S me miumi m il. .. Yn4.fe.lba1i.M ff ' ment were oiKturatc. However, anil sal. a"' N. Hliss whom tlie president they would take no chances and tha flncHus promised to visit last year. In another crcry one must be searched. cottage on the island is Speaker Thos. lla-fuvacom-naini. nt the hands of the Filipinos, who threatened to roast htm alive. It i.iKely they would have carried their threat into execution had they not "e"n too busy during Sunday in to check the advance of the Amerirans. When thev were driven .from their positions they were in such hurry to leave that they forgot Young, who was subsequently found and cared for by his fellow soldiers. n Maxh . March 21. The mountain Uiiihtu of Panny island recently threatened a serious attack upon Ho-'lbut they were repulsed with a loss 1 3f MM men by Gen. Miller. McNeil's battalion of tho California rcrlmcnt, under Col. Duboce, has been writer to embark on the transport Indl-n- t Tuesday in order to reinforce the prrisons of tho towns of Pais and on the east coast of the Islnnd of Negros, where Col. Smith Is in This is only a measure of pre-ca.in, as Maj. Gen. Otis says ho does rrulay evening, and fell into 'ti SllIoon'ot 3Ioleted. Lkxixoto.v, Ky., March 17. The fall 1 tie tnroiier'H lury llvliti llliuiirle llio ureof the Fayette county grand jury, which has adjourned sine die, to indict OltW'f r Wlm Mint ;uil Killed rustle allium nt Kt'.ton. saloon keepers for violating the Sunday law, Is a blow at tho women and Kl.KTON, Ky., Marc!) 10. Coroner J. preachers who have been making a W. Mephcns held an Inquest over tho fight against saloons for the past sli remains of Fayette Jpncs, killed Mon- months. No business manor day night by city officers while resist- appeared before It to give testimony ing arrest. The verdict of the jury, against saloons. signed by five men, was "that Fayette Trlul for Thomas linker. Jones came to his death from a pistol FiiANKFOUT, Ky March IS. Th shot leccived while resisting arrest by We further exonerate court of appeals Thursday awarded a town ollicers. new trial to Thomas Ilakcr, of Clay officers from all blame." county, who was sentenced to thi The examining trial of Charles and He was conPate Jones and Will Gray, Implicated' penitentiary for life. feuds in cerned in the Howurd-Il.akwith Fayette Jones In Monday night's was held here Tuesday after- that county, In which several men shooting, noon before County Judge Dully. They were killed. The admission of incomwero released under u bond of S250 petent evidence Is the ground for each for their appearance at the cir- granting the new trial. cuit court. Cor. llradlejr Health. Fhaskfout, Ky., March 10. Got Insurance Companion WltJiilr.nr I'riim Bradley's friends ate decnly concerned IluxIneM. Lvxingto.v, Ky., March 17. Four in regard to his visit to Mt. Clemens, foreign Hro Insurance companies, i!a- - Mich. The governor, among other ail lolsc, of Switzerland. Netherlands Co., ments, is suffering from gout, but, Svea.Co., of Denmark, and Helvetian while his condition Is not regarded at Co. have withdrawn from all business serious it is feared that he may not sufficiently to take part in tho iu this city and state on account of warfare waged upon them in the Four- state campaign, as he intended to do if his health will permit. teenth judicial district of the state. tax-payer cr th. at tho Aro nt HI. IIoI'KINhvii.i.k, Ky., March 20. n-i- ut Hugh -- Nelson, aged bl, a conspicuous tucklnn, who bore arms in the Texan that William Adkins xvas fatally xvar for Independence, the Mexican xvounded during a tight between the war and Uie xvar ot thc.reucUUon, died Auklns and Ueusley f amlUeh.t Three here Saturday. He was from Virginia, members of each family arc alleged lo mid Is a kint.man of tho well known have taken part in tho Hghtrwhioo was the result of nn old feud. writer Thomas Nelson Page. OwKXsnoiso, Ky., Mareh IS. Deputy Sheriff Lee Johnson, of McLean counisville fc Nashville railroad at Chaly- ty, brought Frank McKinley hero on beate Springs Sunday resulted in tho a capias pro fine instead of John H destruction of four cars and contents McKinley. McKinley was set at libas well as both engines being badly erty and accompanied Johnson back damaged. No trains have passed hero home. Sunday. Loss to railroad heavy. . IIi llond Fixed. Ilono NVH.I.K, Ky., March 18. J. W. Suinllpnx at llonllng lire kill-'nKy., Match 20. A Ingleby.charged nith shooting and Bowr.t.xo J. H. Hayes, tho veteran hotel man case of smallpox has developed here. ThursThe patient is a Negro who came from here, had his exrmlning trialto awail day afternoon and was held F.vansvllle on the boat, arriving here the action of the grand jury In tho sum He has been assoSaturday night. ciating with other Negroes, who will of W.500. Candidate I or County .IuiIro. be quarantined. Giii-k.v, g Wounded In a Fight. Gkax'sox, Ky., March 17. A report Ken- - reaches here from Lawrence county wV" - ,,L ' . ' i n m a k . ? M mil Cum llr(roed. Hoi'Mvkvu i k. Ky., March 20. A collision of two freight trains on the LouI XVron-- i Man pco-pic'- .' lire. I'.KVtSKn I.IHV OK DI'.Atl. John Connolly, employe of hotel, died at Flower hospital; Mrs. Addic (llbson, 35, Cincinnati, 0 shock, died at Murray Hill hotel; F.lcaunr Louise Goodman, 17, daughtcrof Samuel Goodman, of this city, died at llollevuo hospital; Miss Lasclles (1 randy, of Kliza-bet- h City, N. C, here on n shopping tour, burned to death; Mrs. Maurice l'. Henry, of this city, who died at lloose-vehospital at U o'clock Saturday morning from burns mid Injuries; Nancy Ann Kirk, widow of James S. Kirk, soap manufacturer, Chicago, died at ltellcvuo hospital; Mrs. Warren I, eland, wife of tho proprietor of the hotel, burns of body, died nt Flower hospital; Miss Helen Loland, daughter of the hotel proprietor, found dead. Amelia Paddock, aged U5, of Irvlngtou, N. V., died at tho lire. Mary Sullivan, died at llcllovuo hospital, of this city. Unknown man, who jumped from roof at rear of hotel. Unknown womnn, who jumped from a Fifth Avenue window, died nt Helen Gould's house. Unknown child, thrown from window by mother. Unknown woman, mother of child abovo 'unntloued, who jumped from hotel window. Uuknown woman, jumped from window, died at 1U Hast 40th street. NnwYojiK, March iO. Little ess il It. Heed. When the president reached the isII tt'a. reared Thnt lln I'rrUlied In tl land ho was greeted with a few cheers l In flill.nlcl- ttlniUor llntrl-ll- o which ho slightly acknowledged by plilu nud Sound. lifting his hat when he emerged from McKinley Ci.kvki.axo, O., March 20. The rcl.' the trnln and nsslsted Mrs to the carriage which took them to the tions iu this city of Joseph Ilawort laying in wait. the actor, nre fearful that hcpcrislul revenue cutter Colfax, of cheers broke Another small volley In the Windsor hotel fire. They ha" forth as the boat cast off and started heard nothing from him since W burning of the hotel. His stst-- . on the trip to Jekyl. Speaker Keed, some club members and a score of Mrs, J. H. O'Connor, received n Thursday a letter that was inn pretty girls in summer frocks were at the water's edge to greet the presed at Atlantic City on Wcdn--dayidential party. The big speaker's atIn the letter Mr. Huwori said he would .start that day f.r titude was characteristic, his hnnds New York and would stay at behind his back and his head tho Windsor hotel. He said he was thrown back and up. When the presigoing In company with Ho v. F. I" dent walked ashore Mr. Heed smilingly said. "How do you raised his hat Moore, of Np. S3 Fulton street, WnU-llolMr. McKinley N. Y. A telegram has been sent do, Mr. President." acknowledged tho greeting with a low-boto Mr. Moore, but no reply has been and -- Howiloyoudo, Mr. Speaker." received. Mr. llaworth's relatives have i The president and Mrs McKinley en- not given up hope, but they can nnti understand why no news of his where- tered i carriage and drove away. Late and abouts has been received If he Is stn. in the afternoon tho president Vice President Hobart went driving. alive. Jekyl will Later A special from Philadelphia Tho stay of the president at likewise as bo made as pleasant and says: Joseph lluworth arrived hue informal as possible. Sunday night tins jos. haworthTthe actoe. .fo , . Will Heroine it CuilRer. Hi:xiKH.-ox, . Atlantic City. and registered at Hotel Lafayette. Ho came direct fna TrnnpMMi Uumuceil HlJNTSVii.i.i:, Aln., y it Ilemomf, .Murder and Sulfide. NonmsTowx. Pa.. March 21. John tornado. March 20. '1 ho, tornado which struck tho northern part of Madison county Saturday nig.t did a reat deal of damage to lioue and farm property, but so far no l.tvt have been reported lost. The damage in the extreme southern part of can not be estimated. Patu who arrived Saturday night on train from the north reported thnt wero comlug into the rallttw stations In quest of physicians u ttend tho injured. Tm-nesse- o .1 pe'-pl- o Mrnnded Sjiorul.itor. Kkatti.i:, Wash., March 20. Mini i who have arrived hero from Copper river, Alaska, say that (iov. Hrady requested to ask the government to send a vessel to Copper river for t bis purpose of bringing home strand prospectors, lherc arc between t and three hundred of these monttiii aro without means to secure transpa-tatloMany of them aro RiitTcrir;,' from scurvy. AicejiU the Cull. OwKXsnono, Ky., March 20. Dr. CI' Luco has accepted a call to tho First Presbyterian chuxru, ut Andcisoi:,li)hi years, shot and killed son, Milton. Monday, at their home in ltelfry and then committed suicide. It is said Krntz has speculated largely in stocks. He left home as usual Monday mornl.ig, and, returning shortly after 2 o'ciock. said to hlr wife that he lost everything ho had except the farm. When Milton came home from school, after I o'clock, ho called him to the woodshed. They had been gone for some time when the boy's mother went In search of them. She found the bodies on the floor, the father clutching a revolver. h" rat z, aged nine-year-old 4S his magisterial district, has decided Poland, district deputy under Collector to ninke the race for county judge. Hj Franks with headquarters here, rehis second term as magissigned his position to accept a ganger's is trate, is well informed on county afby lie will be suco-edecommission. Fcland fairs and is very popular. W. S. Overby, of this city. Flic Veam Iu the I'en. claims there was too much expense attached to tho position Paris, Ky., March 10. In the circuit court Friday Green Jackson, colored, Kloier Married. was sentenced to five years in the penK. K. GRRi:.vri-- t Ky.. March IU. attorney, itentiary for stealing n barrel of whisa prominent young mid Miss Pansy Hardin, daughter of ky from a car at the K. M. depot last W. J. A. Hardin, editor of the Crecnup fall. Cayette, eloped to Portsmouth. (., and Allied Illuiielf Will the Unitarian Church, They returned and were married. IlKMU'itsox, Ky.. March IU. Hev. were forgiven. John L. Robinson, for 13 years a leading minister in the Cumberland Preslloiid. Knclehj- lltld III renounced that HonoKXViu.K, Ky., Mnrch IS. The byterian church, has faith and nominally allied himself with examining trial of J. M. Ingleby, charged with shooting nnd killing J. the Unitarian church. He was H. Hayes, was held here. Larue a llanbrupt. Louisvii.i.k, Ky., March H. H. D. held In the sum of S2..100 to await tho Larue, of Hogdenville. Thursday mornlotion of the gi and jury. ing filed a petition in bankruptcy, Half Interim In it DUtlllerr. with liabilities S0.:i23.27, due Louisville IlKXDKiieox. Ky.. March 111. Henry purchased a half interest and Cincinnati creditors, and assets Kraverhas SI, 32:1.50; all claimed exempt. in the Worshnm distillery from K. P. is worth about Mllet. Tho plant Old Veterinary Fteud. and is not in the trust. Lkxington, Ky.. March IS. Dr. U vid S. McFarland, aged 7:!. died ThursDrniTiied lllinnelf Ins 1'ond. Ky.. March IU. D. N. day of a complication of diseases, llo Hkxdkiisox, Itrooks, aged 10. a farmer of Webster was ono of the most prominent veter:ounty. Jumped Into a pond nnd drown- inary surgeons in Kentucky, and wast known to horseman the world over. ed himself. Ful-lerton, Ky., March 17. Will S. Justice Ciir.iSTiANsiii'im, Ky., Mareh 17. 1. N. Hobcrts, of the Christians-bur- g - 812,-10- 0, Viltli Supiille for Trunin. Violation-- ) Hkxdf.iwon. Ky., March 10. The Sax FitAXCisco. Much 21. The Lf.MMiton, transport Cleveland will sail Tuesday ginttd jury Tiioday returned Indict- Sarah Lambert for Manila with 1,300 tons of supplies ments against a number of local mer- deceased was troops. She will be chants for violation of the pure food Clerk Lambert, for of I'ure Food Law. An Aged Woman's Death. Ky., March 17. Mrs. is dead of old age. Tho the mother of Circuit a sister of former Con- u. followed in a few days by tho law. The fight is being pushed all the Charlstono and the City of over the state. Pucbln. Inn Fitlalltlt' at Man ford. Hho saved Her llos. Irt. The Kv.. March SrANVoiti). Nkw Youk, Mareh 21. Mrs. Pur" jlothcs of a t" child of John rlngton was among those rescued from Coffey caught fire from a grate and the tho fifth floor of the Windsor hotel. littleone was burned to n cinder. Zack She was brought down by a fireman, Padgett. ngil 70. was ruu ovct by a lightly clutching a small dog. fitiittway teaiii and killed. a, gressman James F. Clay and of Mrs.M. 11. Hunt, of Lexington. Ky. The Futurity Stake. Lkxixoiox. Ky., March 17. Declara- V ! ! i : tions for the S20.000 Futurity stake of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Ureed-erassociation, to . bo trotted at Lexington In 1002, c'osed Wednesday. Tho entries will bo given out In a few daya s' i i r '; J ) wW3e-;r- r r ", V p'"f vm g mt i i ...ii)i -- '! TJ.. 11 gcm.'CTSKw vl:-jl..- - '.TCTwy gw rwLinnwtiwwuTi m. trm t wowwurww , ia.tj - w jw tfwMm wmi wifnw j rwmnrMrmrfifciwmWrm wnntw,w-- jl.. 1 a j-- y LOCAL NEWS. r." Going to Build .:. ..:.-- This Spring?We - ran furnish yon with every thing needed to build with . . . at . . . J VERY LOWEST PRICES, present. -- Mr. and Mr. W. D. Powell, who shocking ions ot lite. The eel havu been absent this winter, in Ful- - tlental touch ng of a flaineuto ft Let us figure with you. ton ami Dyersbnrg, will return homo! lace curtain led to tbo iinmfdlnte about April 1st of the destruction macftvo HOPKINS Spring structure and horrlblo disatert to CflTMKS. JANE Clothing for boys ut Ualtzkk tSrDomw. us occupants. Nearly a score of lives 'were W. Hay Moss, u promising young attorney, and a popular young man, lost, and many more were injur oil. accident which the carIt was Table. died, in Clinton, Thursday of last week elessnessanon the part of any guest of consumption. Miss Lee Sherrill, who has been vis- In any of the hundreds of rooms N., 0. & St. L. R. R. iting relatives in Hickman for several might have caused. It was one LKAVESj AlllllVKM. mouths, returned to her home at Cov- constantly to bo apprehended m. ington, Teim., Monday. Tmla No. 5.1 nt 9.M p. m, Trulo No. M, 7.t J No :i, t '2M: in. i Tralu 'u. 4, ";i)j p m. from a child, wreckless servant Tmiu gJtT" Ladles Shoes and Hosiery at or a dauuken man. There la no SHAW'S. way by which guests can bo inThe Increase 22 Per Cent. Dr. Alex. Fans, who has spent the sured from such dangers. winter in New York City, observing aud They are simply at tho mercy The State Board of Equaliza- studying tho progress in hia prates, ion, of chance. Their owu safety l.es returned homo Monday. tion line notified onr county aubuildings, but If ench in L. Telephone message to Mrs. thorities that the tax asBesameut Handle, Monday, announced tho O.dan- structures as tho Windsor pnne of Fulton County has been in- gerous illness ot" her brother, Mr. Robt. like tinder, what can bo expected of an ordinary hotel biiilding',1 creased 22 per cent on real es- Mitchell, of near Fulton. - Solid Gold Spectables, $2.C0. Fortunately, in the smaller ci11 per cent on town lots JC?tate and ties aud towns tho hotels aro not tested free at tho Ou Rumable. and personalty. The Increase, we Ees eo high and the guests are der.tr- Mr. Buck Manuel, a well understand, is based on rocent nli7i.n.nf. M!V. niiwiKirnllinlrniiui-flliMl-known HIIV H1UUII HaiLT lliail III 1110 IffMt . . j. .. pules of some of tbo most val. Friday bust. His body was brought to" oltj hOBteitaries that tower sdtb'gh into the air. liable lands In the county, where-h- r Hickman, Monday, for interment. Rough Lumber, Dressed Lumber, Doors nnd Windows, Sash and Blinds. i Shlncles, Nails. Buildera Hardware, Paints and Oils, Lime, Cement and Plaster. Ernest King this week. Miss Mattio Travis visited In Union City hist week. The First District Teachers Association meets at Princeton in May. 4F Sou the Ladies Oxfords at Shaw's. Mr. Torn Holcombu loaves for St. Louis, where ho expects to engage in business, Mr. Geo. Glascr nud fiunilv leave for Decatur, Alu., where ho is to bo employed in It. It. shops. NEW OXFORDS, see them at Doous. The W. 0. T. U. will meet at Mrs. It. M. Isler's, this evening al 2 :!iO. All members are specially requested to be & .... was in Union City .. y I vimsou hotkl hue. what a ' tlo , mftwixm v hamimm j.n,wjmf m , wibinvi awir.M..o'ww slender thread lo tauiw i tii;rto Baltzrk guests of n great hotel hold their Tho Windsor, which irov.Jpi lives ed the funeral pile lo ho man unfortunates in Now York last Friday, was one of the. finest hostel-rloin the metropolis. It Wrs of coinparativuly modern construct-ioaud us nearly as any building of its age, perhaps. It was situated on Fifth avetine in the very center of the moBt fashionable part of the city nud "hb frequented by tho highest cluxs of guests. n lire-pro- Crtf H15 (,ln.A VAIUIU3 LADIES A $$e Word Our object in selling !? We Imivo just received our Spring line of in Your Ear ! SURFERS. Tho best values oversold hi man. Wo can givo yon 1.00 Hick- P I . 11M m m . . Is to . . . .in nw i L of course, nil modern means of escaping from llrtW and The yet it was reduced to ruins ro less time than it tukeB to tell it. ith The It hud, Best M A K E M O N K Y. m Haif.yijijijjggamjjjg) SLIPPER SLIPPER In Town. W E Bent 1.50 The Best in Town. t SOMETIMES IT LOOKS like wrralil bflow cwt, but the sou for that lies in buying cheap. IT IS OUH DESIRE to put WAM TO bl'.LL all wo cau. Somo umy sell below cost aud make money, butwo can't. rtu L P. &WTS. Ellison Railroad Time $2.00 SLIPPER ioiTown. The Beat $2.25 SLIPPER Tho Bestt '4 in Town. Prices as Low 35 any $2.50 SLIPPER in Town. Wo pride ourselves on having the BEST SLIPPEHS in Hickmnu at tho' alxwo prices. Wo want yon to compare them with other houses. Wo guamutro ours to be tho best and nobbiest styles for tho money. Others will ask from 25c to 60c more. Man l better. 76cntd l.00. 4. ply Linen Collars, lOo. ' . Safely can. MEN'S PERCALE SHIRTS, nice stvles and pattern. 39c " " fire-proo- f Baitzer & Poms. Good Styles, No. 2100 IT WILL PAY YOU to ee our Don't Forget-'"3- ' That we aro GOODS FURNISHINGS BEFORE YOU BUY FURNISH INO DEPARTMENT, I ...., .., ,..-.- .,...,. I there were no sales of the least valuable aud overflowed lands. The increase is therefore unjust We and should be corrected. learn that County Judge Koarhy will send Mr. R. T. Tyler and J. W. Morris, as representatives of the county, to present the facts to the State Board. We learn that Hickman County was hi creased to the same rate. Hardin for Harmony. Friends of Gen. P. W. Hardin, who have kept sufficiently np Hh the campaign to ktiow, and1 in wtiom we have confidence, write the Courier to naanre us that, in no wise has Gen. Hardin contributed to personal wrangles and mud slinging in the contest, but 1im8 at all times and under all circumstances held bis canvass upon the high plain of legitimate public Issues, and that therefore the Courier did bini an Injustice in a recent editorial. The Courier is glad to be corrected, aud make this publication that the public and General Hardin's friends mny have the full benefit thereof. There are few publio men in the ti'.ate for whom the Courier has a higher opinion as to honor, chivalry, courage of conviction &c, than it has in P. Wat Hardin, differing with him though we may in some things. The Courier is supporting uo candidate for Governor, leaving such details to more partisan people and papers, but there can be no harm in reiterating that Gen Hardin is a great favorite with democrats in this neck of the woods, and the Courier will nave no rpjzrets if he Is the next Governor of Kentucky. Mr. Moouey, late of Fulton, who owns a large stock farm, has rented property, and will locate in Hickman. Ho is attracted hero by our splendid school. Congressman Pierce, Judge Swig-car- t and Att'y M. A. Lowo were m Hickman. Tuesday, returning from court at Tiptonville, on their way home at Union City. Among tho happy events for Easter Sunday, one of the Hickman churches is expected to be the scene of an event that will be memorable in the lives of Guess who? two XL.Sec that your boys Spring Suits have JUS. JANE HOTKINS label on them, thor are the best at 1 f V I .4 CASH SHOE STORE. BICE & KflYLOB. Chase-&otffiaoi- s BBBHBBBB "SeYKd; iA (offee 'Xiutvicl ."' rl .Vi a. j HEADQUARTERS & for PUBLIC 1TOTICEI SPRING IS ABOUT ON US, aud we nro ready for you with a full car of Chill Tonics, l I Cough Syrups, JVEIV STYLE Baltzeu & Donns. Acting Governor Worthington has issued a proclamation fixing May 3rd for the dedication of the Kentucky monument in Chicka-maugNational Park. a Thk treaty of peace between this country and Spain has been signed by the Queen Regent of tho latter country. The signed treaty of peace will be forwarded to M. Jules Oambon, the French Embassador, at Washington, for exchange with the one signed by Presideut McKinley. be mustcrod out of seryice. The regiment will be returned to Savannah' Georgia, very soon, and will bu mustered out about April, 1. An effort is being mado by tho friends of the boj8 to have them mustered out at Bowling Green, The Third Kentucky volan-teer- s will soon Republicans say, the Fllipptnos are not capable of then we say they are not capable of beingaunexed to the United States as citizens and under our constitution they must either be granted independence or annexed, and that intrnment does not provide for the acquirement of territory except by auuexutioD,jniismreftutution. If as the They now claim that smokelesn powder can best bo mado out of tho nith of corn stalks, which if verified will open a nuw sourco of immeuso rev'ienue lor tho farmers. v 11. bucih.1 Levy George, who was on trial last Sold only by week at Tiptonville, charged with killUNTO.n 'I'KADK, ing Henry Estes. in Lake Couutv. near Hocu &; Eversol, having Iwsh tho Ky., lino last summer, was acquitHickman Holler Mills auuonnr t ted by tho jury, hist Friday. farmers that th-- specially foI. it,utir Messrs. Myers aurt Thoirmortou, of trade, aud will do everything mrit Unioutowu, Ky., were prospecting in their patronage. Give ns a rhanru 10 iiicKumn, mw wees ior a uuKery nnu prove thu. Hokx & Kekh)L1 confectionary establishment. Wo learn they secured a business house. n C. B.Moiuus, Drnsrgist, Mwjw K , i jii & The enrions fact that corn, pota- says lies oils Plantation Clnl. t tire an l toes and other plants thrive better when liuds it snitH his trade becaose it erad placed in rows running north and cates the system of all malam ou) , 1Ill.UJC3ITH. south has now been proved. Planted and ho guarantees it. thus, they obtain moro uniform aud J regular light. It Is well that our farmers should remember this is treo pluutiup timo. Those who intend planting yonnij orchards or shade treeu should mako iu rangenicnts to get them out between now und April. Good roads lias been the subject of discussion with many peoplo for some time but instead of this being tho topic is rlimiifod aud Bad nnw thn niliiv-tivATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES IN Roads seem to occupy moro time and! space than tho former. H. V. Hundley, who sued the I. U. Rnilroad for $25,000 for tho loss of nu 0 arm, and obtained a judgment for at tho last Mny term of tho Fulton Circuit Court, has compromised his case, tho Railroad paying him $ 5,000. Write on a piece of paper tho number representing your ago ; multiply by 2 ; add 8,71)2 ; add 4 ; divide by 3 j then NOW O.V JIY COUNTERS. subtract the number representing your u ago, and beforo your eves wtll bo My purchases this season enrpasses all other in RICHNESSrVA-RIETwill never see again. aud STYLE, Tho patterns aro our owu, and no KM" I have a lot of LADIES nnd fear of duplication My shelves aro crowded with tho C HILDREN'S SHOES which I am soli world's best, latest ujd loveliest productions. Amoug tho iug at Cost They 100 Bargains. NOVELTIES aro tkso; II. U. Amheko They havo 6" ncgroea in Murphy row, Fulton, quarantined aud fed by tho city, as a precaution against tho spread of small pox, two cases having occurred in tho row. Danger as to tho spread of tho diseaso has about subsided. There aro two bauks in Tiptonville, tho Lake County Bank and tho recently established F. & M, Bank, and a fierce personal newspaper war is on. If tho Press will charge tho belligrents 10 centu a lino it might havo a calming effect Korter liko turning a water hose on an excited mob. And many others. WSf Wo bought a largo supply of Seed Potatoes uud Onion Setts early, whou I havo tho prettiest stock of SILKS for Shirt Waists over shown thoy were cheap, and will savo you hero. Also, WASH SILKS and SATTINS. money on them. Ludkohd & Rogers. I havo added to my stock, Tho talk of an election to repeal tbo Hickmau option law is now moro frequently heard. Tho law has been Ladies' Ready-Had- e Shirt ally enforced, and a great improvein moral and temperanco condiment tions tho result; but tho argument is which aro so ninch in nso this season. Thoy aro bonght mado that trade has been injured, aud direct from tho manufacturers, aro perfect-fittinand very tho woeful condition of tho streets cries cheap. aloud for revenue. WJI1TE APR0N- S- loe of these, cheaper than you can Tho holiness mooting, near Hickmako thorn only aoc each. man, is yet in progress, and nt their meeting Sunday night last?, soveral tesI cordially invito everybody to qall und examine my ontiro stock, tified. A communication pertaining to k and compare quality and prico. this meeting, written in pencil, was re- W ceived but not sufficiently plain to print- - Tho Courier is desirous of publishing tacts us to tho progress of tho meeting, but nothing in prejudice or - Toilet Articles, Lowncy's Candies, Buggies tf Harness. AUo, n full Una of m Window Glass, Plowa, Cultivators, Stalk Cutters, Diso Htrrowi, Cora Plantsrs and Drills, Haroatirs, Lead and Oil, &c. Uowin ind Haj Baku. I OV RR IACE S T. . 1 V mv Collars, Hames, Hack IhindH, Sulky Malta Oliver Vulcan Plows, " " " VHHtlVHUHUV1 spring upening! HIGH-CLA- r Traces, Hamc Strings, Pads, ttc. True B. " NcwD. " n $10,-CO- SPRING AND SUMMER And a good many other things too numerous to mention. In fuct, a moro complete stock we have never had, and, we think, tho best assortment of goods of the kind ever seen anyWe will bo glad to show you where. Please call and see us. through our large stock. lfiis: Devon Pique, , Sanders & Reeves. oods! some-thingyo- HEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENT. Special attontion given to the selling of Koal Estate of all kinds; and represents a full line of the best and moat rollablo Fire Insurance Companies doing business In tho State, nnd that ''Old Reliable" MUTUAL IU3NHP1T LIl'B IN8UKAN0K lOO., Hint has already paid ont largoly over 8100,000 Life Insurauco in (Ilukman aud vicinity, nnd Is issuing the cheapest aud best policy of any regular Lire Insurance Company doing business In this country, He solicits 1 your patronage Call and see him. Arundel Pique, Siren Dimity, Lucerne Checks, Egyptian Madras, Persian and French Organdies, Lawns, Public Sale Notice. 1 ESTRAY NOTICE, Taken np as strays by W Q. Adams. i sno-ecn- Waists, g county, On SATURDAY, Marcli 25th, living in Fultonalwut ouo Ky,, on tho Lunsford road, mllo north of I will, at my farm place, milo west of Rush Creek Church, nnd about two Cayco, Ky., soil, without rcscrvn, all my Farming Implements and Machinery, Wagons, 1 sot Blacksmith Tools, 1 new Corn Crusher, a comploto outfit for raking and putting hay in stack, (i Road Wagons, 5 Log Wugons, Corn Bholler, Wheat Thresher and Engine, flay Press, Mowers, Binders, Hay Rake, Hay Tedder. 10 or 1(5 head youuu Horses. Fillv and Mules ; Hogs, Cattlo, nud a full Log Camp Outfit, consisting of good Bedding, Tableware, Heating and Cooking Btoves, etc. Terms of sale, six months time with ( miles south west of Moscow, Ky., 5 head or shontH, of black color. 4 of them milk's and ouo fomalo. One shout has a swallow-formark in tho left ear, tho mark has tho nppcaranco of being bit out by a dog. No other marks or brands percoivablo. Valued at 7.fi0. Ulvon under my hand this March Oth, 1800. J, P. Maveeh, J. P- F. O. k - HI ulca high, For Sale. mules, 10 hands Apply to W.J. Mxooox, Stats Liue, Ky. 0 hend good work 4 to 0 years old. approved security. M.D. JOHNSON. ,' - tcbt"i"TSH5S5SP ,'i Tnw wwwBiiiij ipnaijn n u.mw mimm J.T" .fr r j ... cfe&RW TO;Wii;:.5f.c:ii A A 1 1 JL k k k k k k k k k k k A k Hickman's Greatest Store! NEW ep ' - .f y k ftTi. j .' m u Si .! i u i t I 4 A SPRING 'V rut CCATIIDCCf i unca : MX x- i 4 '1 I 1 M Every Department stocked with New Gpods, bought at Lowest Possible Price for Cash, and will be sold at a LOWER CASH PRICE than any 1 other Hickman store will name. Spring t Bargains at Spatial Barealn Prices I i l 1 & We don't ask you to take our word for the above statement, but cordially invite you to come in and 1 m z t6 EXAMINE THESE BARGAIN OFFERS!! New Spring Carpets, Matting, Oil Cloth, Window Shades, Ec See our Bargains in Piques, Organdies, Lawns, Laces, Embroideries, Ladies SIcii'ts, $c. WJ .. y"T "" "" Buehnnnn, of Union THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE MILLINER. i I KO SMALL POX HEUK. Local and Personal. City, Li vmUIiir Mr. and Mrs. II. Buchanan. teport was brought Inst night by the Mrs Lon Harper renpoct folly nttr.icts Mrs. O. M. Adatni and Mrs. Jim C your lift ntloli to the fact taatshois now t nuicr Fritz that n gang of negroes In ciiint) below lliek'man. h.v.. When suiillui; summer rumen nunln Wearn mient nover.il days in.Uulont'lty rtreivlng her SPUING MILLINERY Ami Jocund dnKli-- jnwr, thin week. GOODS, ram and choieo elections, and wtro in ilauger oi extermination uy small mix. l ive or tne crown oi iwen- AVe'lt have to cut tho waving Krnsi CSQu Shaw now h:w Shoos nnd helN made with spial hojuj to pleaso tho wcro alllicted with tlio Wliern onr-- wo shoveled snow ; taste mid judgment of friends aud cus- and they could not get nwny. dlse.uc Boats Vll have to hear thos.uno sul wall, them at "Grocery Brollt." tomers. will not land there and high watershuts When men aro hrouuhl together; Mn. Julia Pellmm nnd little Ron, of Slio is also pleased to nnuounco that There's no vacation for Dm man Dyombun:, Tumi., aro vbittuu friends sho hits tho services of Mrs. Jeuulo Hall, tlioiu iu from tho land side. Thoy aro am nniidlcu togetlier in a uonso ixm. Who kick about tlio weather. iu the. city. nn accomplLshed MiKllste nud Dress- Ciiro Bulletin, 2lst Inst. maker, who will give special attention Tho fnmilv of Mr. Ed. Mover left L thus department. fThero is no small pox ut Hickman, or Your patronngo thu weolc for Martin, Tenn., where they to Sunday week Li Kaster. uiar hero. Tlio camp referred to is tivo solicited. will reside in tho future. OiHuiing iH'ginning next Wednesdnr, nfiUs, below Tiptonvillo, moro than 80 How do you like our looks? BJU Call and get a frco samplo of '2'J. ami continuing romnimkr of tho miles bolow here. Mr K. L. Klnj; ii vLiitinj? in Uuion CIi.ino Haiiletrn's fammw Roasted Cof- week. City. fee, sold only by II. Buchanan. Jfif:I,n.n.,.5i?,1.!1,? Vlft I keep constantly on hand the An infant child of Mr. .Tils. Vhito, Efe. Seo tho uow Ornti KnrniiliiDK i J best grades of Flooring Coilluu. Sidinir. ,f. .IIJ ", "A-- f. u L' " l ."'".'ii Stock at M. B. Siiaw'h. oi .Missouri, mod Tuesday, and was Shingles, Finishing Lnmbor, Mbnldinin ucw 'q3. .TZLX """" IWU1 '"' brought to Hickman for Interment Spring Hpnry Ktncrson spent Sunday In Sash, Doors, Paints, Oils, &o .'J4-4- t H. C. Amheuo. Union City. 2-8t 11. O. AMDnaa. Mrs. Wm. Alexnnder, nn old Our merchants have all returned resident of THE LEVEE. this county, who was injur-Tlio heralds of Spring nro very evi front market. by fall at Union Cily somo (fays dent now. It will boon bo time for tho Mr ono of our look out for tlio pretty girl with ago, is rejHJrted much improved. boys to hn.lt lip nil tllO Old fishing tackle thu Kaxtor bonnet. good PBuHo A'J'Ui , mon V.'.ul can tlnd, which Is asually-ilvery 8T A nlco lot of Floor Mattings, tho they xer, wus over in Obion Oouutv Miss of St. Louis, arrived latest nattcrus from 12o to 85o iht yartl. much, and mako preparations for thoir iu tlio city Sunday. tlrst oxporieneo with (Lsherman's luck lst week, with n petition for the II. O. AMimito. It Is surprising how tho llsliing fover Our merchant arc busy opening up J. F Mniipso, Esq , John W. Camp-iKtl- comes ou it follow nnd how noxious ho farmers this 8ldo tho bluffs to qMm npltion will no nlnoed new prui k goods. W. A. Naylor, U. E. Heoves nnd U to entieo some of tho finny tribe from V,tr r A solid silver Thimble, irnnrnn. Arthur Johnson, of O.iyco, wero iu their retreat. Yes, it will soon bo time l,f, oro V10 1I,B,tnro "' Hickman, Monday, mi business. vllle, and will nHK tlmt bodj' to suckers tix. Plenty of them uow, teed at tim uijiJ hkiaauuk, for iroo. Mayor Lang, of I'aducnli, Is angry, but there Is n greater variety during tho, chnnge thoso connties' lines to Mm. A. 0. CaruthcrH visited In and thro.itens to bring suit against tho ursi spring uioutns. tbo foot or the bluffs, sons to take City this week. I. O Railroad and the city of Fulton, dcdlghts of Ooffeo Jerry Mnlnuo of Union Oity, was for Bonding small jxix cases into Padu-calaide of tlio Luke, hvery in tlio oity Suuday. Ho claims that such aro tho facts. driuknTK have been unknown to lhii.i?l,, who linvo not tried OUASE & SAN fnrnier, but two. that Mr. East Cant. H. A. Tyler In expected homo For !I0 days only, we will clean BORN'S famous Roasted Ooffeo, sold wood saw, willingly signed the from Florida next week. nnu guarantee ior i year, your Watch only by H. Buchanan. petition. Those laud owners will, Read thu advertisements In this for only M) cents, tho Ol.o Rici.um.R, of course, by changing tho line, issno. It will pay you. Tlio CoLMtiKit has received a now Soino ot our country roads nro ill liclp to build the levee. It is right of beautiful job typo, and mer most impossible-nnd this Is notnbly for boys, MKS. chants nnd others needing letter heads, truoof tho Dversburg road. Why Is it that they should for they will HOPKINS mako ntHAt.T7.Eit &Dons. billheads, envelopes, &o., aro asked to that something cannot bo done ? Tlio much benefit from the lev-t'Mit Shaw, jr., mid Will Ilamllo give us their work. Wo ask it on merit lulls nbout Hickman aro full of rock and as Lako will. Lake Oo. Press. Martiil, Totin., Jundny. nnd prices. gravel, which, with a reasonable uso of A CABIM)' THANKS. Miss Mario Brevard has been visitCountry school tenchers aro kindly tiling, cfuht without any extravugnnt ing friends iu Columbuji, Ky., thU week. requested to call nt Wilson's book storo. cost, insuro ils good roads. Tho peoplo To tho many friends who extended so iu this city, and they will bo presented ). u liberal tax, and it does seem that many evidences or lovo and esteem; Miss Anyo Carter, of Jordan, visit-ocounty with u nlco, uow Stnto man of Ken tho this roadcould supplement tho hands .iud who did so lunch to assist ns in our MLss Lucy Kearby several dayti this on tucky and Tcnnesso, free, for tho uso of money help. and other roads with some recent bereavement, wo extend our week. In truth theso roads are Ucirtful thanks. Wo pray God's blesstheir schools, iu such outrageous condition that the ings upon Momm. Glnnd Aylor and Sam Brytiicm. pound of Ohnso & Sanlwrn's people cannot endure It much longer Vdr ant, of Tylor, Mo., wcro iu the city Sat- Coireo Ono go J. 0. Oiu:kk nnd Family. Will its fnr ns 2 jiouiids of low Something should bo douo. urday. grado Codecs. Sold only by Mr. N. J. Coram nnd family Come Forward ! II. Buchanan. FOR SALE. ut Bradford, Tenu., Saturday All porsons indobtcd to 0. A. IIol- Mr. John lvoiser.sr., for many years Pure bred, Brown Leghorn roosters, and Sunday, u citizen of this county, near Jordan, at onoh. Also Brown Leghorn eggs oinboiiro notified that they umstcomo forward nud settle. Belays aro danJ. W. Carter, of Fulton county, has died last week at tho residence- of his at Coo per sotting of 13. Tho finest s gerous, Verbum Sapient i. received dischargo iu luukruptcy troiu son, F. W. Keiser, iu Union City. Ho iu tho world, and a beautiful breed. Judge Evans, was near 09 years old, nud no doubt tho Call and hoo thorn. M. L. Ellison. Wlient tSf" Try n barrel of Erin Llmo nnd oldest resident of Fulton county, Hoou & Bversol nunonuco tlint thoy Lot every citizen bo loyal to hLs from Lkdfohd & Hcxikus. Sheriff John. T. Stubblefleld, of this Star Cement iro buy wheat, and Nono better. comity, nnd Mrs. S. U. Dean, wero mar- homo town. Always huvo it good word will in tho market to market prico, in to say for it to strangers nnd friends ; my pay tho highest W. T. Buckner has clmrge of tho ried In Louisville- last week, aud uro otr uover let your personal quantity, small or largo lots. n jealHoe.v & Bvkksol. Planters House bar, Cairo, and has made on bridal trip to inNow Orleuus. Tho ousies or prejudice, creepfeoliugs, allow lu or biggest prosperity tho world for our it n model of neatness, suya tho Bant-weis tlio wish of tho you to say a word against your neigh-bor- . Sheriff Push. You aro not only doing him nud Ooumkk. vuur own iowh ou injustice, imt you Miss Julia Jackson has opened DressA little two year old daughter of Remnant Conuter. nun yuurscii more uinn vour oiiomv. making rooms Mr. outl Mti, W. O. Millard, of Untou oyerL. P. A: W. Tho greatest bargains over offered. Any man conversant with t in wi.rld S. Klllsou's drv ihxmIb store, where sho City, died Suturday uiornlux lust ufter Lawn Organdies and whito goods at will notice tho venom in tlio talk WOtlld n nlmiorl tn lmvo lur fl'iiMlll.S an illncsa of several weeks. cost. They aro cheup and nlco, wil of tho man who has a bad word for his and former patrons to call. Her tasto Sowing Mnchlue with full set soon all bo goue. Call for Remnant bnsinebs opponeut nnd tho result is aud skill in this DeiMirtinent is well OX mtuchtuezits, fU.'JO, ut the Counter. H. 0. Ambguo, nearly certain to bo that of a boomo- - kn6wn in this community, and needs Oullt:iuiaE, r,'uB no further commendation.' H. BUCHANAN, J e:MctMrt& 1T" ng & .r -- Mw, llobt s New Goods ! A FULL LINE OF tJ-fon- r Gents' Furnishings. Ladies Shoes a Specialty! I t M ?? Bought at no Auction Sale, but fresh from factories and Wed-uesda- markets. -'- A NEW DEPARTMENT! AT 3 R ot Co-doll- M. B.SHAW'S. Prop'r, Rmg, dc'J,) l. ,,bU-fo- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS, TOM DILLON. Sr ( Uu-Io- n l. l.T!io m Succtuor to B. C. Marble and Granite Monuments STONE WORK of all Kinds, 4T-Kast- er """ , do-rivo- vis-ite- d IRON FENCING, &c, &ov Hickman, Zy - d JUST RECEIVED t , i visit-relativ- e! 1 Flour, Lira and Cement Don't forgot, when you want any tbing m CAIt LOAD OXf" ! i. - lay-er- HiuitT - Groceries, Harchvare, ll big-hearte- d Dressmaking. up-stoi- Queensware, Harness, Bran, Oats HAY, FRESH MEAT8, $j i -- etc, that we will save yon money uy buylnp; from ns, LEDFORD & ROGERS, a ft jMfe'&t&'ft, f & ail- - t.v vn i - V' '' 'H " !&'. rV- rTVZ'- - - V: H2Ji .KKt- iW, .. t. ' JWK W. - ..TKiJ fmsmt? ON A THE CITY STEEETS The Contrasts of Splendor and Woe Seen Upon Them. Dr. TalmaitF mym They Are Unlike the Drinocrntlo Ooapel of Christ Their Stinuia, Pretentions nail Temptations. Talmagc, who has lived the most of his life in cities draws practical IcnMins from his own text, Proverbs 1:20: observation; "Wisdom crleth without. Sheuttcreth her voice in the wtreets." We are nil ready to listen to the of the voices of nature the voice mountain, tiie volcea of the sea, the voices of the storm, the voices of the star. As in some of the cathedrals in Europe tlrcre is an organ at either end of the building, and the one instrument responds musically to. the other, so in the grent cathedral of nature day responds to day. and night to ulght, and flower to (lower, nnd Mar to wtar In the great harmonics of the universe. The springtime Isan evangelist in preaching of God'.si love, nnd the winter to a prophet We denouncing woe against oursJiiarc all ready to listen to the voices of nature. Hut how few of us learn from the voice- of the nofoy and dusty street. You po to jour and to your work, and to your merchandise, nnd you come b icU again and often with how different a heart through the streets. Are you pa there no things for us to learn from the pavements over which we pass-Arc there no tufts of truth growing tip between thce cobblestones, W- -i with the feet of toil and pain ami picas-are- . the slow tread of old age and the quick step of childhood? Aye. there ire great baivcstf to be reaped, nnd now 1 tbru.-i- in the sickle because the harvest is ripe. "Wisdom crieth without. She uttereth her voice in the streets." In theurtt place, the street impresses me with the fact that this life i a Hy ten mrene of toil aud struggle. o'clock every day the city ! jarring with wheels and sliufillng with feet and humming with voice and covered with the breath of smokestacks and with traftieheris Once in awhile you find a man going along witli folded armband with Jejunely step, as though he had nothing to do. but. for the most In this, dlfccoiirw Dr. blo-boms ivhitc-bcardc- d - any-thin- g - mech-nnU- t 1ft You are jostled by those who have bargains to make and notes to sell. Up thi.- ladder with a hod of bricks, out of this bank with a. roll of bills, on this dray with a load of goods, digging a cellar, or shingling a roof, or shoeing n horse or building a wall, or mending a watch, or binding a book. Industry, with her thousand arm, an'd thousand 'f eyes and thousand feet, goes on singing her song of work. work, work, while the mills drum it and the steam whistles fife Ft. All this Is not because men love to toil. Some one remarked: "Livery mm Is as lazy as he can afford to be." Hut it is because necessity with stern brow and with uplifted whip stands oer you. ready whenever you relax your toil to make y our shoulders sting with the lash. Can it be that passing up and down those streets on your way to work and business you do not learn nnything of the world's toll and anxiety and struggle? Oh, how many drooping hearth, how many eyes on the watch, how nuiny miles traveled, how many burdens carried, how many losses suffered, how many battles fought, how many victorias gained, how' many exasperations endured what losscs.what hunger, what wretchedness, what pallor, what what agony, what despair! SometinuiH I have stopped at the corner of the street as the multitudes went hither and yon, and it has twined to be a great pantomime. and as 1 looked upon it my heart broke. This great tide of humiin life that goes down the street Is a rapid tossed and turned aside and dashed ahead aud driven back beautiful in In the carand confiiM't! in Its beauty peted of the fotest. in the wood.v from wlileli the eunit' hjdow inever lifted on the sIiorc of the sea over whose lion coas-- toxses the tangled foam sprinkling the cracked cliffi with a baptism of whirlwind and tempesi. Is the best place to study God. but in the nulling, swarm!ng. laving street is the best place to study man. Going down to your place of business and coining home again I charge you to look about ce llie&e igniof poverty of wietchedne. of hunger, of sin. aud as you go of ln.'ieavement through the Rtreeus and come back through the streets, gather up in the .irnif of your prnyer all the sorrow, all the losses, all the wiHTcrlngs, all the bereavement, of thoss; whom you pasis and present them in prayer before an all sympathetic God In the great day of eternity there will be thousands of persons with whom you in this world never exchanged one word who will rise up and call yon blessed, and there will be a thousand fingers pointed nt you in Heaven. uylug: "That is the man. Mint is the woman, .vho helped me whep was hungry and sick and wandering and lost and heartbroken. That the man. that K the woman." A nil the blexring will come do.vn upon you as Christ shall say: "I was hungry, and ye fed iupj I was naked, and ye clothed me: waj iek and In prison, nndye vUited me Inastnui h ns y c ild II to thce poor waifs of the street. did It to me." Ag.ilu. the wlrpcl inipreswfi me with (he fact that all and auditions of society inuM eommlnglp. We some, times culture u wicked iwelusivene-M- . Intellect iQiiuvaac. litiiue- dk-ease-. part. j3you find men goii down thisc streets on the way to business, there is- anxiety on their face-- ., c though the; had Home errand which must be executed at the first possible moment. - s t I 1 I mint will havo nothing to do with boorlshues.GIove!3hate thc.vmburncil hand, nnd the high forehead the. lluL head, and the trim hedgerow will have nothing to do with the wild copsewood, and Athens hates Nazareth. This ought not so to be. The astronomer must come down from his Marry revelry aud help u in our navigation. The surgeon musit conic away from his srtudy of the. human organism and set our broken bo tire. Tho chemist mut come away from hi laboratory, where- he has been si tidying analysi- and synthesis, and help us to understand the nature of the soils. I bless God that all classes of people aro compelled to meet on the street- - The glittering coach .wheel clashes against the scavenger's cart. Fine robes run against the peddler' pack, Hobust health mectc wan sieknew. Honesty confronts fraud. Kvery classrif people meets cveiy other das. Impudence and modtwty, pride nnd hutnill'y. puriand frnuknet ty and beastliuests, liypocrisy, Meeting on the sarin block, in the same surcct. in the same city Oh, that is what Solomon meant when he "The rich and the poor meet together. The Lord la the Maker of them all." I like this democratic principle of the gospel of .Testis Christ which iccognines the fact that we stand before I.' l on one nnd the same pint form. Do nit take on any airs, whatever portion joii have gained in society: you are nothing but man, born of the same parent, regencr. ted by tin same Spirit, cleausi in the same b'ood. to lie down in the Mime dust, to get up in the same resurrection. It is high time that we all acknowledge not only the Pother-hooof God, but the brotherhood of man. Again, the street imprcscs.me with the fact that It Is a very hard thing for a man to keep his heart right and to get to Heaven. Infinite temptations spring upon us from these places of public concourse. Amid such affluence, how much temptation to nnd to be discontented with our humble lot Amid so many opportunities for overreaching, what Amid so much to extortion! display, what temptation to vanity! Amid so many saloons of strong drink, what allurement to dissipation! In the iraelstromsand ell gates of the street how many make quick and eternal r comes shipwreck! If a back from a batt'e and is towed Into the navy yard, we go down to look at the splintered spars and count the bullet holes and loo'., with patriotic admiration on the tlag that fioatcd in victory from the mii'thend. Hut that mini is more of a curiosity who has gone through 30 years of the sharpshnoting of business life and yet sails on, . ictor of the street. over the temptations Oh, how many have gone down under the pressure, leaving not so much as the patch of canvas to tell where they perished! They never had any peace Their dishonesties kept tolling in their ears. If I had an a.x and could split s open the beams of that fine house, I would find in the, very heart of it a skeleton. In his very best wine there is smack of poor man's Oh. is it st ramie that when a man has devoured widows' houses ho is disturbed with indigestion? All the forces of nature are against him. The floods are ready to drown him nnd the earthquake to swallow him and the fires to consume him and the lightnings to smite him. Hut the children of God are on every street, and in the day when the crowns of Heaven are distrib uted some of the brightest of them will be given to those men who were faithful to God nnd faithful to the souls of others amid the marts of business, proving themselves the heroes of the street. Mighty were their temptations, mighty was their deliverance, nnd mighty shall be their triumph. Again, the street impresses me with the fact that life is full of prctcnsluti nnd sham. What subterfuge, what double dealing, what Do all people who wish you good morning really hope for you-- happy day? Do all peoplo who shake hands love each other? Are all those nnxious about your health who inquire con cerning it? Do all want to.sceyou who ask you to call? Does all the world know hnlf as much ns it pretends to know? Is thcic not many n wretched stock of goods with a brilliant show window? Passing up and down the streets to your business and your work, arc you not impressed with the fact that society is hollow and that there are suhtcrfugcsnnd pretensions? Oh. how many there are who swagger and strut and how few people who are natural and walk! While fops simper and fools chuckle and simpletons giggle, how few people cue natural and laugh! The courtesan nnd the libertine go down the street in beautiful apparel, while within the heart there are volcanoes of passion consuming their life uwny. I say these things not to create in you incredulity or misanthropy, nor do I forget there arc thousands of people a great deal better than they seem, but I do not think nny man is prepared for the conflict of this life until he knows this particular peril. Ehud comes pretending to pay his tax to King Eglon. and while he stands in front of the king fetalis him through with a dagger until the haft went In nfter the blade. .ludns Ucariot kissed Christ. Again, the street impi esses me with the 'fact that it Is u great Held for Chrlstinn charity There are hunger nnd suffering and wnnt and wtetched-nes- s in the country, but these evils chiefly congregate in our great cities. On evei.v street crime pi owls nnd drunkenness staggers and shame winks and pauperism thiugts out Its hand asking for alms. Here want is most squalid and hunger Is most lean. A Christian man going along a street In New York saw a poor hid. ur.d he stooped and hulil: "My boy, do you know how to read and write?" The boy made no anjvvcr. The uiau asked dcs-pis- - - , the question twice nnd Uirlc: "Can you read and write-?- ond thro the bo nnswered with a tear plashing . i the back of his hand. Hc said, la "No, sir; I can't read nor w rite neither. God, sir, don't wain me to read and write. Didn't He take aw t her so long ngo I never remember to have seen him, and haven't I had to go along the streets to get something to fetch home to cat for tho folks, and didn't I, as noon as I could carry n basket, have to go out nnd pick up cinder and never have no schoo.iPC sir? God don't want me to read, sir can't read nor write neither." Oh, poor wanderers! Thcybavcna'ch.uice. Horn In degradation, as they get up from their hands und knees' to walk. they taiie tiiclr tlrststcpon the road to despair. Let us go forth in tbe name of the Lord Jesus Christ to recne them. Let us niluistcrs not .if raid of soiling our black clothes vl we go down on thnt. mission. Wliewe a in tying an clnboratc knot m our cravat or while we are in flic study rounding off some pctlod rliii rn"a1Ijr we might be saving n soul fr undent h and hiding a multitude of s - Oh. Christian laymen, go out on tfi rk If you are not willing to go f0p i.mr s"lf, then give of your meaij. and II ii are too stingy to help, thejV' out of the way nnd hide yourself i. thr dene und eaves of the earth, "h.n Christ's chariot comes nl ' thr horses' hooft trample you f. thr mire. Hew arc lest the thoin of the destitute of your city, In IjsF great day. rise ui nnd curse rtu pidlty and your neglect. 1 n tc work! Lift thorn up! " dell-micay-fa1 MACK MARK'S MARK. An Mm nit I rrraldont Cur Munopollata .Mtinliilntora of Men uuil M'KINLEY'S POLICY. Donblr-llrnllnw j PUNGENT PARA0RA7HS. "I've hcnnl." snld the mother, "that I a sad gambler." "No, mnmtua," answered the bride. "It la the other men who are sad." London l.rKUIatlun, I'ltrnari of tlir Korrmoat Itopultllcnii, Mrlliuila nnil Ca tour liuslinuil s. 'e 1 r- - v d One cold man was going along the New ork. he saw a little girl the gate, .shivering in the cold to htr: "My child, what d there for this cold day ?" "Oh replied, "I am waiting I nn winter's day, nsai' Rii-.-- i Murk ITnnna and the syndicate association with him devoted thelruntlrlng energy nnd money without limit, to secure Hie nomination nnd election of McKlnley. He has proved to bean ideal occupant, of t he executive chnlr, viewed from the standpoint- of the corrupt gang of republican managers who placed him there. This syndicate was not seeking a "lender." What it was a "mask." McKlnley was certainly their man. He has a face that beams like a harvest moon, and a tongue thnt never wearies in uttering bland but iiieauingle.ss plntltudes. His policy Is not much criticised, for the good lensnu that he cMidcscommltting himself to nny specified policy. To comprehend, or rather to detect, the lack of explicit meaning of McKlnley V utterance, one must first under stand that ho Is simply a "mask." nnd his inindnu is to cover nnd shield the "gang" behind hlni. jwirtly ri- that btamiug fiee. and when iiecesnry by utterances susceptible of double meaning. The only way to get nn accurate understanding of whnt McKlnley means Is to wait and see what he doo. itevievvlng McKlnley 's record, we find that lie very enUly iclleved IiIh conscience of the promises n.ado to hiiudtedft of thousands who supported him In the belief thnt he would make earnest, continued and rffecttinl efforts to bring nlxiut interiiNtlounl bimetallism. A review othl.s uttprniui'i nun will not recall nny direct promiavs in it legard to bimetallism. These promises, like most, others made by him, ,i at - Itrooklyn Life. "Have you aomrthlng Customer Hrlght " lultnblo for Salesman- - "How would thisdo, ma'am? ican n Sounds fine, doesn't-ItHut where You will notice Its heavy nap?" Transcript. arc "the voice, the conscience, aud (he The MeaneBtThlng. Mr. Weilwlfc Judgment of tho American people," just nt present: and how ore they to "You told mc before we were married have opportunity to make themselves thnt I wouldn't have to do any cookfelt? What, sort of a jKillcy ami lead- ing." Mr. Wedwlfe-- ." Well, you haven't ership Is this which rrlcgntci. tho done any." Philadelphia North AmeriPhilippine question to "the hnnds of can. ANntiirnlQiio-The Lady "So you the American iseoplo." and then proceeds to tie those bunds, by refusing to are n hero of the late wor, eh?" The Tramp "Yes. inii'umt" The l.ndy convoke congress in special session? If President McKlnley sixik. in good "Well, what have you done with the money you received for your UKignlne h faith nt Hostou, why Is not the eougiess sitting at Washington nrtlcles?" Puck. "Yes, sir," said the quiet man, "we to denl with tho Philippine iicMlnu, "You and to outline a Philippine policy? The wont th nrmy reorgnnled." president Is like Orator Puff; l.c 1ms think we ought to have more soldiers?" two tone, to his voice. To tho people "I hnven'1 studied the question tlat he says: "1 leave it all to emigre." far. Hut, from some of the remark To coiigrewv he "U'avo it all to '.list have paused, I don't hesitate to me." conclude thnt we need mote chaplains." Washington Star. Until December next for of n your likely to be p.Villlio of events "Well, there's the greatest eaie I evi v of the niot momentous character with raw or heard of in my lire." ml.! a Chi relation to the Philippine queMion, Ihc cago bicycle seller, the other da,, us "voice" of the peoplo will bo silent, the n tramp turned away suit walked out "ooiiM'lence" of the (woplcpau effect no of the slore. "What about him?" ho quickening touch, the "Judgment" of wns naked. "Till fellow had t4ir nrrre the people will have no way to make it- to ask me for ten cents to get hl vvj.sh self felt. The president will haveulxo- - out of the laundry." Chicago aleepljig-rnbesVHos-toy. --Pifty-sixt- "The future of the Philippine islands," nnld President McKlnley in his Hostou M'ech, "1. uow-lthe luinda of the American people. I have no light or knowledge not common to my countrymen. I do not prophesy. The whole Mihjccti is now with congress, and congrrsH Is the voice, the conscience, and of the Amern rit-JIH- George "Do you think thnt your father ill consent to our marriage, darling?" Hlhel "Oh, yesl Ho has nl wnys humored my sIlllcRt wishes." y: two-third- s Daily-New- aid sit Young America Abroad.- - Among frovvd of re vi i covet-ousue- ss I temjv-tatlo- n 1 man-of-wa- per-hop- of me." "Why," fiiild the, ma makes you tnink anybody v f mic ami take care of you?" "Oh,' Wild "my mother died last week, :h. wni crjing veiy much. andsJiesahi m'i cry. dear. Though I cm gone )U1 fat i is gone, the Lord wills, ft body to take care of you.' M never told a He. She said s i! on wou'd conic ard takeeire of nd :t:n waiting for them locome.' ves they aro waiting for you. Men LlVC money, men who have iniluelc men of men of great heart .ither them in. gather them In. It r th will of your Heavenly Father L one of these little ones should red-l..ily, the street impresses tth the iut that nil the people ar fnrw.iril. I sto pnnrijinpv-- . on mre on almost every face meet. find n thousand people walkln ght on, you only find one man MopB- - snd looking back. The fact is. Godf j?ub all to look ahead, because weV In this tramp of theip'rude . "on tne street 1 hear the tr.rn of a groat host marching mid maPtV.g for eternity. Hey ond the olucrl tlitcrc the shop, the. street, thcrv Jk-rld- , populous and tremendous avough God's, grace, may y ou reach t i Mbrsc l place. A great throng boulevards, and the strets e with ihc chariots of coriti. rs. ilie inhabitants go up nnd down t t'Siey never weep and they nevirto "ter Hows through the city, w.;1) nuiled and luxurious banks, and te tnvslnf life, laden with everlasting fnilti bend their branches into tl i.r,.stl No plumed hearse rati i ov r twit tfcb pavement, for they are nevt . immortal health glowing in . rry they know not how to die. ior feumcunuy to come nnil t tine are hat hr stood little Ilswlta her mother, eagerly watching for the coming of the royal equipage for the minor had gonii abroad that her mstjVsty wou.d drive In llydc mrk that tiny ".Mother, if tin qlieen e me will she speak to uie.'" nuked llttlr I,ol. "Oh no. dear" "Why, mother? It the quren so khy?"-dudge. fnhlonuhIe folk in Hot ten Hovs thr me-he- EXPLANATI0N OF "SIRDAR. i lilerr,llnu Hpiiin l!ulllnn Title llnrne (ine-riilti- 1 III by i Kllelirnrr, clni'-ches- , In the thiixl of new daily t)ver the wire i s ) 1 l. - iV-ssi-- Wm - Ws THE BLIND LEADING THE BLIND were strong only by Implication. Pate Intervened, to give tin- gang behind him it.s golden opportunity. fter opposing the war nt the suggestion of his stock jobbing Uiekors, until nearly a majority of his own party accused him of adjusting histo the fluctiiHtloitx In prices of Mocks, ho- finally found himself compelled to carry out the hurt ructions of congress, nnd to appnr ns the figurehead in tin wur against Ppaln. The record of tho vvnr is one of to responsible staff oflloos of untrained and unimportant rekitives of the politicians behind him. The result wa thnt our sohllrr were sent to Cuba with worse than, ordinary cattle nccotnmodnliom. without adequate medical or nirgleal nttctidai.ee or Kiipnlics, with low grade and improper ammunition, and then fed on "enilialined" beef. Infercntlnlly, at least. McKlnley declared al tho beginning of the war that it wan to be a war of liberation, of humanity, and notn war of conquest nnd exU'ision of territory. Tho unserpuloiis bandits behind hlni, however, are- not. given to nny kind of humanity that does not my six per cent, nniiunl dividends. Having raved the Ctilmn. and Philippine; Iambs, the present proposition seemed to lie to twice their hides in payment for salva- St Louis Republic 4 i , TLiim-ioii- t !. of gleam in the light of a sun i'i nivri sets. Oh. Heaven, bcauti? 4l Heaven, where our frieruli am' Tbjy take no census In that city for t by "a multitude w ,h o Bin can numlwr." Hank above rank Host above host. Gallery above ,ilery sweeplngall around the In asm Thousands of thouMindp, imlln us f million. Hlessed are they tcr in through the gate Into that en. Oh. Through t! blood start for It of tho great sacrifice of the oi f Coo take up your inarch to Heaven "The Splritand the bride say. Con. p. will let him ccme and t,o the water of life freely." Join tl great throng marching Heavenward lltht doors of invitation are opm. nd saw twelve gates, nnd the tvvtli, gatci were twelve pearls." iiRi-habite- d w-to-da- y 1 strength, those, p&laces ..f caic lute power, with no cougre on hit hnnds, to deal with problems as to which In say ho ha "no light or knowledge not common to my country men." Is this deep, osleolstlngdeiwgii? Or is it mere vacillation of purpoe on the president's part? Third: of the Infnmy ofgood Americans hHngcallcd traitors been wo they lack confidence In such a president's jkiIIcv of id.reds nnd patches! Albany Argus. POINTS AND OPINIONS. ordiet of the uaton in Mark Unnnn'r oav: "Not proven, but don't do It again. "-- Hoehcfter Herald. Hepul gcaiilKin Is responsible for trustluiii. iJcmnciucy can knock out both evi'i. St. Louis" LVjuiblic. from Nebrarkn 'Hie now urglct't-fto bo born in Ohio, but he will stick to McKlnley clover than a brother, Jiist tho same. KaiuMw City -- - trlwho-soeve- r . Times. -- William McKlnley Is vWtlng Mark Ilnnna In the couth. A few mint delegate, may bo eorraled for next year leforo the trip over. HtilTalo -j might KiiriuUeit referred probably in title, yet had no positive proof of ex acity what it mctit. That one uird wa invariably prefixed to Sir Hrbrt KitehenerV name the sirdar. Nov what meant this word sirdar V quarter of a century ago, or nt i Ik time whm Great Hritiin by right of might, and tot for nvy other rcanwn, ocoupirsl I.gy pt ntid took the tullnn'ii t4liP,llUM1rr tta'tulflMt' one of It- lirnt nets was l reorK-inillrltUh officer the Kgyptlan army were sent to Kgjpi anil placed nl th head of native troo'v These oftiirr drilled the troop taught them the manual of arms and prailually Instilled in them that same .oprit do corps and oiitMHMnHiii which makes the llrlllsb nrmy Itself ueh a eompaet and formidable bixly. The native troi.ps were al lowed tu reUiii their rotor, their tlag and IiikIkhIs ami all the pnruphTimlix of war ilUtlnetlvely the attribute of an unooiiipirred jieople. HritUh .!' men went further. They even alt.. vs. j the Mime military titles to rettnir It I was a tactful thing to do. Hrlta'n nothing thereby. and the Itgyptinii w.r rinrs retalneil all tint wnaftenHiurnta:-lMcred to t lie in. Thus, therefore, the very anein words, sirdar, blmtmshi. jougoitl etc, remained in the army Th slnlar ' I the lvgyptlan army is tho general In chief. The bluilmuhl Is a major tin jougoul n eiiptnlu. Sird.ir. literally tl means mi officer, Isasold an evpresaion almost as the country of the :'haraohi itself. In Arable thr word uinni "head man." There need be lut.'o stretch of the imngiiinllnn to er hovt the term enme to be given to the din. iiiHiidant of the Kgyptlan forces Chi. V lher-bIhhiU Kaxhodn there was a constant r'fer nee an Itemtlon ami rrlterstlon of in w. rd which, while htmw who rrad wbteh on mo In leceiilly aooul - s y (.ago rimcs-IIcial- 1 HEAD OF A NUMEROUS FAMILY l Julia Clinixllcr titer unit tO t'nllicr, dntidln. cr Orcnl-l.ruinllnll.- H- I- I'lTMIIIIH. To be the hrnd of a family of 2 per sons is a record seldom falling to the lot of man. Hut such is the ca with .lohn Chandler, who resides ir Allen county, K. This gentleman Is the fatlurofSO children, 21 of whom are now iving and have families. Tlietv L'l cl drcn have an average of five children t, each family, thus making Mr C1i.hk' r the -- grandfather of is not the 105 persons. full extent of his .15great-gnirideliil.ini,. It, off- t and keeps himself inform, d on the leading topics of the d.iv He g an expert rl'le shot, and peiii (l gtc.it deal of his time squlricl I ut.in . for he has So It will be seen that .Mr. Chandli r .tiuiils paterfamilias of JG2 an .ichui,incnt rarely equaled, Mr. Chandler is a re mark a hi man in several other respects, ltnotiffti "5 years of age. nnd lesldingin H lulls of Allen eontily, he leads eurrori -her-atur- this ring, e Wnnt Mnjr I I Hieelnll Memorial with headquarters at Sioux a" wants May II rot aside by lie schools In the Mlssotui mir special services and address In uoiior or .iergi. t.narlrs I'loyd the first Untied Slates soldier who died oU uio ".veiv Lcuib.a.'ia putcoasc." The Floyd ns,. ila.rril. , j., (,, tion. During t lie war, howover, wn.i the period or the gang's mort successful achievement. When tho Incomparable Dewey won his iiKitehless victory nt. Manila and flushed with prl le the henrts of his country men. the gang behind McKlnley sclcd tlili opportune illverMon of public interest to Inuneh the great Iron trust. The brilliant victory nt Hunt logo gave us free Culm through the thrilling vnlor of our forces and the l nnil tin plate trustnby the gang lxdiludMo-Klnley- . Every victory by land or sea hn found its response in the ioyous plaudit.s of our people nnd tlw launching of new trusts by this gang. In the end, that smiling fftce rlws up to beam on un applauding nation and. nlso, to dot root attpntJon from the fnot ihat the hnnds of his lxiokcrs are plunged into the pocket of the peoplo. President McKlnley can truly say: "My. face is my fortune." Chicago Democrat. "WngcsarebcIngralsedP'EhrlckR n republican organ. Yew. nnd factories are being shut down by the. trusts', men out of emthrowing thousands-oployment. The alleged rnlw In vvngcn, when properly realized, i rdinply n reduction in pay. The trusrts.are endeavoring to pave the way for four yar more of Ilanna. Illinois State hrjrlMer. sti-ef tion. piwt, the republican. eongrcKAi elected with him has ended Un existence. Yet not one thing linn been done or altempted with a view to refvuing oureurrcivey tyteni from the obvloisM tKingers that thnvilon It or from the evil plainly Inherent in it. N. Y. World. TlioMininf thenpproprlatlonrby the Fifty-fiftonngrcw renchew the enormous total of That is the number of dollars- the. firwt two years of President McKlnk-y'ad has iost Mie people, which in about. 550,000,000 more than any previous eongre'H voted out of thc'lrens-urIncluding the congreaes which convened during tho civil war. Kan-s- ji Is h $l,S70,.1-l9,5iHmill-iHtratl- No sovereign Is so rich as thoeinero of Itiissln, and no sovereign has Mich Courier. heavy cnll upon hl purn. The (ir.ind The- - record of the republKnn.con- - Dukes Vlndiuilr. Alexis. Serge mid Paul gresw V t record that should blnst the Alexiiudrovltch. as well iik the tirnnd rvpublionri party forever and ever, for Duke as tint it has made inerchniidiM of Its povverc ons of emperors of HiihsIh, recclvn helped forge the fetters of trii.itiiiiiid from the head of the house nn annual comhiimnnd failed utterly to giver the vino of 1S.V00O rubles, which, added peoplo relief from piiblio niuist'. lo their private means, makes them 0 nwlia World-Herald- . very rich. The wives and widows of - One-ha- lf of Mr. MelvlnleyV ad- Hushlan grand dukes receive O.OiK) Mlelinel-Nicholejevitch, nt-hie- llurilrn of Itir llleli. ministration their sons 130,000 rubles. It'waa the late emperor, Alexander III., who made the rule that every meinbcrnf tho y, VU Tltncs. reconcile hlmwir to hh fate. Ho will never be prcvident. He l n positive character, and. once installed in the white home, he would be prewldpnt. McKInlry, the wenkllng, the clny for siii-- potters a Mark Hanrui and tho political Byndl-cafwhich he represent, a mnn'Uint can be cai,lly benl to their wlfiiah is the Mirt. of materlul for republican presidential candidate. Loul6rllle DlspatcU. well h Mr. Heed might as e pur-po- f, Kiiislrin Imperial family must spend u part of the year in Hustdn or else Iokq l third of his or her allowance. Chicago (Jrren This substance U now obtained from the leaves of the caoutchouc tree, aud Is said to be more durable fhnn that procuied by cutting into the stem of the tree. Unlike the ordinary product, it does not require an expensive process of purification, so thnt Itscost is cheapIs ened. In Prance green now being employed in tin: count i notion of submarine Companion, K I'lipiioiiieiml rtirnonirniin, "Mlther," wild a little Scotch "due ye ken what a phenomenon is?" "Yes, dear, I can tell yo that. D.io ye sec yon coo In Iho. field? Wecl, th.it't no phenomenon. Dae ye see yon tree? "Ay, mlther, I sec the tree," "Wecl, that's no phenomenon, but when you c yon coo climbing up yon tree, with Its tall foremost that'll b pheaomtovB." Chicago Journal, Tlmes-HernlCiuttn-l'rrehn, giitta-pereh- n cables.--Yout- h' In-s- .L. . . ..r-- ,.- - awssut," v. r, -- . r- - v .,s .d-1- " r - - S TlVfl. M .v HOY jaiir water, v !' T TOJFIM) OUT. ntitl BLIZZARD BROUGHT JOY. C'lillilrt-(Hei- - NO MORE SIXTEEN-INC- H GUI! 6. Till n battle let It Bland twcnty-fou- i hour; sediment unsettling indlcutci in. ti till unit by condition of the Iriihicyt; if it ntnliis. your linen it Is evidence ol LiJney trouble; too frequent desire to . it or pain in tlie Imck is also proof tlmt the kidneys and liludder are out of order. What to Jo. There Is comfort In the knowledge so i Men e.vrcMfd, that Dr. Kilmer's Mimiitr-Iloothe tfrent kidney remedy, fu. tills eory wish In cuiitip rheumatism, pain in thu bnolc, kidneys, liver i .adder, und every jmrt of the urlnnr f.Fiige. H oorructfc Innblllty to hold u.iU r nnd toaldin pain in iinMing It, 01 l d eileetk follow lajr use of liquor, win? i r beet, and overcome, that unjilonsant iccesslty of linlnir uumpolluil to go often iliiriiitf the dity, mid to net up muiij tin i liurlnif the Jilfht. The mild mid the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Hoo- t u soon realized. It Mtituls the highest ' r it wonderful cures of the mast dl trcsfcinp; crises. If you need u medicine jou should Imtc the best. Sold by drug Mi-s- . KHtK in Jlf and Yuti may bate a sample bottle of this tvor.i'erftil discovery and a book that teli. more about it, both tent absolutely frti b mall. AiMrci Dr. Kilmer .t Co. Jlii.Khamton. .V. V. When writing be Mire and mention that you read tils generous offer In thin paper. t, I ty-eeone-doll- or common ginss vl(b Two I.IiiIf IXUiiio VorL. In IIIkIi (lri-i- i Htiirm. 0r In Xtrr First nml I'roluililr (lie taat t'lirln Hum tor llir Will Yc-n- He Ten led 'llils ster gun to be built con-uiclu- jr said one. "(). dear, dear, so am I, Zaksrlncr." (Hid (111- It would have been Impcssible for to hate prejinred a belter reception lor its little Kuklmo tUlt-otihun the blUzard the weather mini sent, i:cn the polar bear caged In Central p.irk did not welcome t am: Hnow more than the two little twin girls from the Ice region who me now boused hi it comfortable brick dwelling In West Thirty-nint- h street, with their foster fntber, Wimer V. ltriiue. Millie etcryone else In the lioiirettita half froen Artinaihok il '.akurliifr Kitiglit ciilcra bfirc and buulteto of snow in the hiMi.i.tHrtl. The) rolled anil iiiin bled nlMii.t, biiiKblng merrily while their pics and ualii'H "baked" in the front. "0, my, I am warm, Artmurhokel" Hit' lib oil h THU HOTELPOTENTATE. Onr of ir Ol.l tr( 'lo Wore till Air if n Morinri-l- i of the HlKlir! (Inter. "When I wsa hcttaod known to the California Fig Syrup Company only. In order to get its beneficial effects, and ton lid imitations, please remember the full name of the Comnanv printed on the front of every packaee. loSstimers of the choicest products of modern commerce purchase nt a"bout the same price that others paylinchcap and worthless imitations. To come into universal denintui and to be everywhere considered '."trance,' he k! pensively, 'but I have theltfe of its class, an article must be capable of satisfying the Whnts and tastes of the best informed oetn under the unprnim all along that jour name was Knur.' 'Well, uiv name ain't The California Fig Syrup Company having met with the highest success in the manufacture King,' rctorM the elerk, 'and I don't know nndlijjof its excellent lituiid laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs, it has become important to all to have a bow you get that Idea.' 'Nor I, sW Coup, 'un.f it a you art o much like kn i.TKe of the Company nnd its product. The California Fig Syrup Company was organized more than lrr tiu.' VJ,jQ, T(iii..lomm rat. fiftccrJears ago, for the special purpose of manufacturing and selling a laxative remedy which would be inorrtlSsSrt to the taste and more beneficial in effect than any other known. The creat value jof.Vhe, Her' II.iJmi nW cured. Kt. Jscoha Oil's inllfniif. iimkiq wrUr: OLD STONE TABLET FOUND. retttetlftrfn medicinal agent and of the Company's efforts, is attested by the sale of millions of bottles IniiiimenibleetmplaintsbsireNebed nnnuaifVJnd by the high approval of most eminent physicians. As the true and genuine remedy named lie double bit trials who rninjilaini of tbttn WNitrhmsn the Paris police of late toiiebing the . Hello llnr tlnte or irtu-- j f 0pn. Svkt'UJK'FiGS is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Company only, the knowledge of that fact ultie Will Prove of (irrnl plo'tsof n baml of burglars, which bail will fct in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. St, .laetilM Od cure Soreness, Im'KUii r northwest, and itayed a w.ek or 10 in a eertain bic city, the name of which nn't fucntial to the .(.rv. We put up at the leading hotel, which f ,. n( lnc mif.,t nj known in thr Unitetl State, and would have rniod our.rlvc if it hadn't bei-- fot the brad clctk lie was on of a breed that m unrc Miror oototete titanic heaven! a liaushlr, diMiamfu potentate, ho it beneath bis dignity to show the IishtMt eourtey to any of the guott ol the houe .Mr. Coup, all who knew him w,l) confirm, was jkIiiI.1 man of the world, totally ciidrn of money, nevtreom-piaminir- . but aectutemtd to punctilloui MTvlce He buined sennit the majestic of thr tcs.iter nilrr vtul times and en liuml hit allronU in silence At JaM he told tne nuutly to terure quarters at another hotel, whuh I a only too glad to do. I rrjiortrtl that arrsriKcinents had It-e- made, and be went down to nettle our aceount What i. our bill, .Mr. Kin' he n.kul su.it .riy 'M naine'a not Kins,' snapped the ckrk, and proerednl to figure up the Coup took ant his pocleetlook amount t con-!crr- '",""" Q,:cu nisn." Mid Mr, J V'T.'.i A Wh)tr, tl.timpir.4rin, "tte onee bad icrAsion to iKe a Iuh:cm trip to the In bmincm with W. C (it bur. To cool oir they sat- In the snow and made more hiiow pie to freee Into lee. Their ejes gllsteiitd like black diamonds and their cheek were rfcn1 lie . Indoors people were bundled up in wraps and seemed to think they tieti-would get warm, while the little youngsters ouulde were linppy. absrlnerRpent two JiourNhewlnr;tbe other day for her bab) . a blonde-hairedoll of which nbeUproiid.niul then ran fcter to dipt. Ilrtiee and nsked: "These people don't hate such cold weather like thlv nil "No. indeed. If thU would keep lip no one would go outdoors " mild dipt Ilrnce. "0, wouldn't that be nice If It was like thin? Artmarlioke and 1 would like It. We Just love It." "Hut the people in thla part of the country are not used to molt cold," Mild ("apt. Hruce. "Perhaps this weather just came for Artinarhoke and myself, .Maybe II Just followed us here. O, my, Mippon did. Then wouldn't the people be mad, and (sadly) perhaps they wouldn't let us stay here!" Artinarhoke went to th Museum of Nut u nil History the other day. where casts are bring made of both thr ehl. ilren. Hers Is almost completed Zaksriner remained at home. Accompanied by n servant from her home Artinarhoke went over to Oir arsenal, Icatlng the iinitetmi, and watched the bears snoring In their tmoW'lliird cages, "ZtikM-lneand I like the snow Just like the bears do," Mild she. "Do you get some snow for the bears in summer? I hope so, Vcu ought to." N. ro-Kr d the-time?-" Mip-jjotie- lt Tbe first nnd probably the last monIn this country Is tienrlng completion at Watervllct arsenal, nnd if nothing gocMiunlss may be submitted to Its firing tests In the fall. The finished gun will be five feet In outside diameter at the breech and two feet three Inches at the muzzle. Its total length will be n few Inches tinder 50 feet. The powder chnmbcr will be IS Inches in diameter by nlneeet Is length, and will hold for a full charge over half a ton of brown powder. The projectile will weigh VJTO pounds. It will lenve the muzzle with a velocity of 2.000 feet per second, and at this telnet-tthe flying mass will have a striking t of orsutlicient to lift CI of the biggest freight locomotives' ten feet in the air. At the muzzle the shell would punch n hole through an iron plate over n yard In thickness, and at two miles' distance it would pass through u plate. Notwithstanding Its great power, Uncle Sam will probably neter build another, for. while the superiority of this kind of gun was. Incoiiteutlblc eight or Un years ago. It does not compare in efficiency with ordnance of the modern type. Tor a git en appropriation Undo Sam can. by building guns, secure over twice as ninny gnus of much grester penetration nnd eiilclencj. -y en-erg- K foot-ton- s, STVj-lnc- b h A COPPER IninirmiH)- FIND. In A Itlrli l.rilsrc of 7ie Ore l.o- thr (irmiiil Cnufon of I lie Ci lorn do. canyon of the Colorado Is a copper ledge, It is said, such as has neter been worked by mortal. It has been seen by many prospector ami explorers, and rock from It has been secured by Indians to swim the Colorado at favorable times and scale the opposite precipice. The ore Iwbare, abounding In sulphur and gives 20 per cent, copper not an unusual percentage. Hut the ledge Is an enormous one, more than 100 feet In width. It Is exposed In vertical depth for fully COO feet. The ledge lies Immediately on the northern side of the river, almost due north of Ash Fork. The fact that it lies nearly 8,000 feet down In the earth and acroM a raging torrent, under a precipice, Is sulllclcnt reason why Ithos not been worked. Immense capital Is necessary to work It, and the canyon's water power must be harnessed. This capital. It is said, has now been found. An association of New York men is V. Journal. prepared to work the mine whatever the Initial cost may be. A skilled prospector lately returned from the KlonBURGLARS IN SILK HATS. dike has left Chicago with a party of lniir-ai,- r Tlirlr Nrpnntii In men prepared to "locale" the great ledge. lnrU anil 'riir (imtn Ail- cm-ployi- Down In the deepest special from Williams; A.T., says: depthof theGrand M ((T:I IF NT TTHE pleasant method and beneficial effects of the n remedy, x by the California Fig Syrup Company, illustrate the value of obtainingSyrup or Figs, manufactured the liquid laxative principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting them in the form most refreshing to the taste audcceotable to the system. It is the one perfect strengthening laxative, well-know- t OMI'-INAIIIIN CLEANSING THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY, DISPELLING COLDS AND HEADACHES, PREVENTING FEVERS, OVERCOMING HABITUAL CONSTIPATION PERMANENTLY. tits perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and substance, and its acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels, gently yet promptly, without weakening or irritating them, make" it the ideal laxative. In the processor manufacturing figs are used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but Tr E MEDICINAL QUALITIES ARE OBTAINED FROM SENNA AND OTHER AROMATIC PLANTS, by pur-lairs- . r-- SU .liu.ob Oil euren Miifi, According to the Kunlc characters on freipiently infested Isebief- - a stone tablet found 1.-- a Mlnuesota j iiisuniiisiieu irom similar asso- Htttimp, ndtcntiirous Norsemen nen. ciations by the rare which Its mem- tratctl the American continent as far as THE ROUGH RIDER, bers detoto to their lres. Tbe g Minnesota l.to year.v before Columbus aUmt their nefarious business at- planted the banner of Castile on tie BUCK TAYLOR, SAYS : shore of. San Salvador. tired as dandles of the smsrtei't It' is likely that the toblot ivlUi this Their clothes are of irrepronoh-aid" Is ibe Iscsl Calarrh Cure on history-makin- g cut; they would blush to go Inscription will soon Earth It Has Cured Me." and their jwte.nt leather lxiots becomo the property of Northwestern are In themselves a sort of guarantee university nt Ktanstou. 111. l'rcf. of respectability. Their crowning Oeorgc Citrine, of the German detwrt-m-eof the college, bus secured a copy glory, how iter, is their silk hats, which arv of the latest fashionable of tho inscription, and is Impressed shape and shine with a lustur it would with the Idea tbnt It is a genuine hisbe bard to surpass. Thus accoutred torical treasure. The stone was found by Norwegian the.t lute no dlllicult.t 'whatever In obtnitUng entrance to the hourcs they laborers near Kensington, Minn., aim propose tit ransack. jn broad day- bears the date 13C2. Historians who light they jiolltely Inquire of the con- hare heard of the strange writings on cierge whether due of his tenants is at the tablet are Intensely Interested In home, and the doorkeeper, Impressed 1hc outcome of the present Investiga oy their magnificent appearance, throws tion. Dr. Henry Wade Itogers. prcsMentof tio dillleulty in the way of their exploring at leisure the house Intrusted the university, said that the auto bis wire. Well tquipped with false thenticity of the Inscription had not keys and ingeniously contrived Jim- been proved, but that It would be fully mies, they make ll:ht of tacks- and determined In time. If the relic proves It will doubtless become bolts, and as they disdalii nil booty ex- to be cept money and bonds, their depart the property of the tinitersttv. ure facile, no suspicion, iist wee. alone over to burglaries are believed to hate been committed by thfe gang. THE MARKETS. Scrprunt lluck Tayjor, Sergeant lluck Taylor, one of the In several intnnees they left a note Cisciknati. March it. 0J Ct 3T. famous Kough Klders. Is n persona! hehltiil them, addressed to their vic4 f.J dj. i ;n tims, ami Informing them that they hod I'UIVIIVH ft lend of (loteruor of New Imil i'.ti.vi:s !''nfr tn . i.rvi.1 lit,!..... Kt a ;& r... the honor or receiving the visit of 11.-3 3.1 3 U Vork. He occoinpanled Governor llooec-te- lt Mixed packer 3 7.) 6 3 M the "Silk lint Hand." So far the police ' ' on his great Ktumplng tour I.U'ht ftlitiiiirrs tl TO tt a k'i V. dfr through upper New York Mate. He have been outwitted by the gang. Chi- SHKKP I'holcB I.A.MII Sprlni; 1 tm was- promoted through gallantry In cago I'venlng News. '.'15 asro UICA1N U beat No.3ieil. now the fluid during the late war. e 7i Na 3rou 'I'll,- Tinirllrr'few irrnt. The Sergeant ha the following to '.'.'. CornNa S mixed 3" There are pmbably Oau-even among it. ifcV, my of Peni-na- : "I think there iwno " - No. Ml thoc who lire the ty pew rltir who hate ...ve- I'r.m" 5.tn , bet ter medicine on earth than l'c;ru-iiiiI' At tt ii '.3 proper conception of the tariety HIPfll'lLtM! V . ts 7i iorK.. .. for catarrh. It haw cured me. It any iinlterNiilly of the Ingenious sub- i,lj would take n volume to tell you nil mill 4a 13 stitute for the pen. Although only In ml,, ,'!'." " elinleo ereninery.. te SJ the good It has done inc. Its very early youth. It hn. already i lie net entiirrh cure on earth, nnd I 01AU)I.S..l'er tin ... it,- tEi in penetrated cincAOO. know, for have tried nearly nil of earth. It into every comer of t lie has gone with Invading ciiMi,i!AIV,,,cr e,,oni O 3fll them. Kcepeo't fully, s red.... jinnies and cplorers into the mtv C3 "Hack I', Thylor." roitNNo"i,:utro"r,nir heart of Africa. I.leut. i'eary ban '.0 sii; "Winter weather chums catarrh. Kv oat.n...;ck ;.....'.'.'.'.".' It to ixilnr ict, and it has trav1 17 body 'OItUMos kuowM thin. Hut everybody CI HfO .. ".".".V.'. 17 (ft doesi not stop to think that, winter eled thousands of miles over Siberian N1".V YOltIC snows, weather delays the cure of catarrh. It licet, amiIt Ittrnvelb with every nrnty and 3 73 n 4 no M1KAT-N- n. J takes longer to cure a cu.v of catarrh rescued fromwas one of the llrsi things (tm.v .vo. smi-- red ..::..::.... it Hli the sunken Maine. Two ll.Uit iii In the winter generally, than In the, CI Cs. of the most costly typewriters belong ;;:.: :::: t-d V! Or. ii wnrtn wason. Spring i'k here. Now oHK-s- osr ;;.::;.".: 0 vs io ;j In the time favorable to the treatment to the queen and curof Ittisslu. They I.AKi- - Western .77 are exquisite nuiehlies of whit" enamel bAI.TIMOltii' i'i om anit especially stutiiiont cases) and gold, with keys of ivory. J'l.cjll; Kumlly 3 SJ W 3 Thcqucu UHAIN- - 1Vheul,.No red 9f catarrh. 7J4(it 7J ; houtlurn Send for book entitled "Fiicts- nnd rrgent of Spain uses one for her correW ft 7J( Corn- - Mixed spondence, the khedlve possessed one, .... !! sn 3a,i& Faces," Sent free by Tho a white o. 3i Hi6 V nnd, iu fact, there Is scarcely a court in Hre Ja western. Drug Al'f'g Co., Columbus, 0. Ml U Ktiropc there the typewriter has ntt u CATfLK-M- rst (jimllty. no (it 44 N) ....... place.--N- . Y. Herald. INIlIANAI'OLIS. A rbruraatie atfcrimn is .nt.n Witk nrvrr rteinro-eat- J trict of the capital. ThU latest add ' tlon to the ptugs of rogues by which is liHi ojterntionM In the Chartmne dis- lllntorlo IntcrrM. HERNIA WaMbi. For It taur 3 ITG 5YRVP , Q , ente-gor- y Pe-ni-- na . e Sale by All res-th- nt Druiste There's Only sl1'5'? fs-- vow, Price 50$ Per BohHe. S liJL Uooe-etc'lt- to-du- v - e Chronicle. In h Illlejiunn. of the larire downtown the shoit little woman nnd her t. itibnnd went to dinner one mi;bt. ou have otstru?" oked the man. ulnti. plover the bill of fare. W sid the short little woman, ns she trieil ti Kain tn tnurli her toe-- , tn the lloor. "Ani It'lm. 1 want a. lia?ok " loD Bcxbfed and. ah lie handed his order to tbf iaitcrbe said. "Yes, and limit; a basMs lor the lady." "Htf liastoek!" asked the waiter. With what liwin tbouKht more than ordinary in nt he nodded in the ntfirniative Still the ter did not so, but brushed the table cloth ith a tinvel and rearranged the on it kevernl times, while Ins face cot ver Then be came around to John's side anJ. speaking sotto voce, taid "Say, nu'stir I haven't been here lone, and I'm not n to all the things. Will the lady have tha hsssock boiled or fried?"-Chica- go IVnltt-- r in one ti-iiar-tie'L One of Quality in Kmc r la TnAztA. -,- -. w utoitii4trJ U worVll MkMaLBt&rr, rTror. I J. BitMtr, Fbr rolo3bQilirIi Die Fotar iHlihleotL Wit.. 113 bjh. btrlff. Kit II. 1 Kr4 Wlaf . Mian., by frowlnc ItO tnti. Pltf r' com talftr'c . SEEDS ,.. Wrrnt! cuiuxnrrt, -- TARMT "Sl twrtert. ir;tadeM, UO 100,1 new T Handsome A O SPAI.UINO Clilcago. New York Athletic Accept no substitute.Catalogue Coods-"Spalding." & Free. UltOS. 10 DOLLARS WORTH FOR 10c, llOAkrtafrsrfsrnisdi.Hsll . Baih.IUf foT Phwp, .,.... .'. .." uw uoro, ...... . we " Ull tour lll, lKraic nrwj( iU, WM " 40o. Wbf 4t., lot lulla cur matnmoth V1 CftUlofne, tflllBf !1 ftMul cur rcipioi rdt,tu.,4iiDsiea ;ou ioc.rurt, rouirf if worm iv, vafvt f.. 0ti vni thm. Huiioiia bene will hdj oo uii KJ 1 i na fn A Denver- - ricnuff I fullr cunruDtvvil.tuanrdni' blurt- -' 11 renin for arilcuan Oterland Club, 0KIU.AMilOXTIIl.V.S.iuKrancUco.Cl. lari. FREE! I A kolld nlckelurcoM a HANDSOME WATCH Sir. ftlonc. tills LHm,mo,ovw DDiswucfa t l.BO ftcfp & HI. Si pk(i orllcit Tcru- Biiiccoa.ti.w iitca Jnir l.lw.TUClk-CaUlPjC()mUio- . n..3 I'lJiiBiinwiiiiiM naii niiMi' "T ",rii'TYii , . . . ....... CXI ISW - mQ S)(f(trS(lrl(rSrlrsrsrCrCC-ft MJJJ.I4II riii'ky Jone.Sc No.K. Ctalor t kV r pmsfmyVr t S ss If No (TS 7i"-"--Me- s n 1 1 1 aignauirrni 1 JkY ?.. j j Por Infants and Children i- - Send your address on a postal and we will send you our 158 page illus- iraieu catalogue iree. WINCHESTER 180 J I' jt&oS J JW JKJ M TT '$ REPEATING ARMS CO., COITH.A Use For Winchester Ave., HEW HAVEN, of UNSOLICITED IOOOj TESTIMONIALS SAV Over Thirty Years Permanently curet nil llrlilni:, llurnliik'. fesli-- r bcalp inn! Hkln Diseases, nm-:i Halt Ittieum. Kq I'rmt. Chlltilulim. files, lliirti. llitiy Humors. IMmlniH. llrlilni; Pciihi, Kalllnic Ilnlr (ttilckenlim ami nmVliiu It Hoft, HllSr. anil X.uxiirt-nnt- l. All S'ure Kruiilluni (prixtuclim u Hoft.CK-.ir- . no Ilcaiitlful Hkln una Oinitiluxloii). It conl-iliaurthliiic Iad. Hulptuir. Cauiliarlltb orcanvnuera luiuriiutt. An ear, great seller. Ladjr ruukost InVU a dar. I)mi;glta or mall Sl)c. Capillar! MnniifaPlnrlni; Cu. .N V. Ail(tr'-- i T. .1. MAKSiPIKI.il, Act., OM'.N KlimE, The Kind You Have Always Bought TIIT. it LAItO-Sto- am & THl CfhTlUK CCIOPINT MUK l"0" CITT A S." SJfcYii'iiViWsViWsWA'WWsVWsWsVA'sVnWrYiVi -- oATs-.Mtx- (11 ;l . " FORBID is A FOOL A THING AND THAT HE WILL DO." I Illl.l. ., .( (VI DON'T USE ! - Pc-ru-n- n Oath-N- -- WHtSKERS DYED A JICKlS-WcNt- ern. TO flHAIN--Vhe.,t-N- o. Hatwnl mimok ky Buckingham's Dye. v cHHKa"StasnMBHBaaBaBnHuaHsaBamM " druMi.u lrff M ctuu of JlMlua,(,H.or It. 1, UaU A Co, It, .h Hi-"I'll bo ulony In about 15 minutes," old the clout or. "Whnt iIch'j. yr.iur thluk Utile mutter with him';" "He's nfrnld bo's get tin' Ibe nmen dleitls Jobuiij- v- CUIeatfoTrib, uatv Iti'im-nilit-re- Corn rr.OUR-Wlnlrr..it- Uuls- eiil. Na Nu S 2 2 mixed ' CO &WAWWVwvyyw 8APOLIO fc, i gOOO BICYCLES OtcriWL Mculll (.!. dOu Bii.iuiiiu mi nnum, Ifuirauu-od- , 1910. Hnouworn ft etc end band wbecla, anmX ' U.tfeM ft IHI !lbM( mi I.,frf,l EARMmmtnYnt W, 90.1a (a as new, S3 tQ 10. Grett rwlory cmrlai ill,. thlpt .k , a ' ft mixed...., S 33U IV fu-Ih- er UKA1.N-corn-Mi- U xed. ...... J7S 7i o W ki & 4i 00 J 7.H 3 I) . roK LAhU yw-iuu- i'u, .Mes,.. bteatu, 9, JV. li0 Ul Xy, 2't WH .Vfltimnliod In liwhunn wllli fWm KRAUSERS' LIQUID EXTRACT OF SMOKE. iroml. CuJiUfr, IN ' Je 'rum tilckorrtlun Itionlil wkr rlftnrr. ud (or nra Jms. Miuut. udnrrr - KUAl'bi:if X UltO., lllliui. ! iMIMI FWJUI.UMli;iJil.i llSk ftllftK HUH AIL nihil. w,,i. . mi., wrl,Ul munlHt U.K. A. N. IC.--- i,, ,. S.IdIu I.. &J...U.. WrlM .1 mm racv idb te m, ZlT,l IU. a..u.l It.. . h': IAI1S. P. A MEAD & PRENTISS, I E Chicago, tWdt Couiib ryi aiMiiKis ufii brrup. TwtoaCi !. in timn. hou dt arufr'i. TJso 1763 WHK.V WUITI.NQ TO All VEKTIHUUM pirate atuie Ibut you snvr Uio Atlvcrtla. sncRl Iu tliU vuVr, "1. sjVrV -- - 0?PM '" -- -- t.. n.,"-- ' 'is.. - ., -; "w-- - i cr?. " v .. tfV-- n ' ' ji'. iT T ' TTt f ' Mn rlMF? a& vt- - aLLLLVkp r i W'fi OUK HOAIIS. THvt O- - 3ST. Qickmaa, y ! . i mmmmrimmtrmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmamimammmmmmmmmmmmwmimmmimmmmmmmmmm THE HICKMAN C0U3IER. Local and Personal. re NlUvr, h- &" Uconce Warren. niOIOIAN, KY., FRIDAY, : : : ; MAROH 34, 1809. FOR govkiwoh: P. WAT. HARDIN. Subject to thu action of tho Democratic State Convention. Our New Form. The CouitlEtt i printed this week in S pgo form instead of 4 Bt heretofore, hiu! will in future I be bo published. The change in made to better nnewor business demands, it is a more popular form, mid enables tin in some respects to furnish our patrons more reading mutter and n bolter paper. We confess to Home reluctance in making the ohnngr, from the fact that for nearly forty years we have printed the Courier ns a four page paper and, therefore, some what wedded to lis old appear ance. Bat old things nnd old ways are being pushed to the rear Held forClrcull Cenrt. by improvements and advancing progress, and, therefore, the CoPink Dinwiddle nnd Arthur U pshaw, urier lines up in the procession. young colored boys, wero arraigned beOnr new steum cylinder press will, fore Judge Kcarby, Monday, for breakprnbnbly, be received and in use, ing into tho storo room of Dodds Bros., next week, which with recent se on their farm in the bottom, and stealwere held leotinns of new type, possesses ing sundry commissaries, and to answer to tho Circuit Court. They this office of facilities and capaci both plead guilty, but the plea of Ar changed to not guilty ties for executing crudes and thur Upshnw was 1(A tlll.fllilH nf Alll1 XII.u.. f T.. .l.n.. of prlntiug to which here I WM nPqnlttetl of the charge of conceal classes tofore it has not been equal. The , iug the stolen goods. new press is capable of 1200 ini pressions an hour, bat it was not MOSCOW MAN IN TROUBLE. spued so mnch needed as the superior quality of printing. We Jailed in Union City. trust these superior advantages will entitle the Courier to au inManuel Ferguson, of Moscow, Ky., Loxlngtou Prvsa. G Wlmg ) Col. Bryan has written that he spent a few boar in Jerry Mulone expeots Kentucky to ghe a the city "Sunday. Mr. J. W. Flynn nnd Miss Aunts jority of from 25 000 tc and Caldwell, of this county were licensed this can be easily done if the to marry ou the 10th. In Mrs. Jno Ford and Miss Nettie ooratlo party had the Hertweck are vtoitlup their pureuts, Mr telligence to uotninatb the right and Mrs. O. Hertweck. sort of ticket. There tare scores The telephone reports tlint Mr. Tom of excellent Democrat who are Paschull, merchant of Fulton, niado aa assignment Wednesday. Assets and competent to be Governor who liabilities not given. oould unite the Jeraotuts men Chase and Sanborn's Coffeo is who were for free silver anil Hry. always the same. It is tho COFFEE that, is bought by tho best families of an such men as Mnj.l' P.John. Hickmau, sold only by II. Buchanan. "ton, jnuge Pryor, Jridc Lewis, Some philosopher has made this dis- Win. T. Ellis, Ben Perkta, James covery : The difference between a poor man and n rich man is, that the rich 1). Black, Jodite Mije Smitloy, man pets his ice in tho summer and thu Cnpt. Stone and other! No sen, poor man in winter. sible man believes it UViossible to The river continues to rise slowly orideutlv will riso for several have free coluagje of siher during here, and days vot, but how much mow no one this generation; all fair oen know can tell. Tho rivers abovo ore rising, that daring the next gu lernutoriul but have about reached the cliuinx. and s eJ nipdost is without more rains will soon be falling. it. Free silver incommit Eeuta:l;y stands We understand thnt work on tho uow in tbe stead of ser leo in the now Lacledo Hotel, which has been sus- Confederate army; it i cot an ispended, will bo resumed next week. A committee of export mechanics are en- sue, It ia ouly a test; JFor years gaged iu appraising tho value of the service in tbe. Confederate army work at this, stage under tho contract. was the strongest recommendaThis is a most valuable improvement, tion a man oould bave-no- t that and wo are clad to know that it will be auy one was fool enough to bepushed to completion. nt of the lieve tbe ma-30.00- - a Tent. Uem-iiulitic- tjF as from making any apology. He says bo met a negro man driving a team to an empty wagon, aud coming down bill, mired up. The Squire's intention beforo seeing this was to continue his way in a wagou, bat ho s.iys thnt bluffed him and ho traveled the rest of the distance from Alexander to Hickman on foot. liardwell Star. Squire W. C Kay returned from Hickman Wednesday, and from what be says of their roads keeps HELM, Kentucky, - 557 AGENT --TOR Vulcan Chilled Plows, Disc Harrows, Disc Cultivators, One Horse Cultivators, One Horse Harrows, Buckeye Binders and Mowers, Hay Hakes, Forks, &c Call ami look at my Implements befora buying. inated for mayor by the Chicago Democrats without opposition. Here's to Carter. OAUTEKllARRtaon was renom- Hoop Luxuries Resumed Business I term-congres- J. I. c lOiillMf J. J. C. BONDUKANT has bought tho Grocery Stock of Alphrd McDaniki., in the Powell Block, and will continue business at thnt Btutid. lie has added largely to the stock, and will keep equal to any Confederacy was possi tie or desirable; but because I troused Quality, Quantity, Prices and Variety, to select from. He solicits th the friendship and zeal ot comtrade of his patrons of former years, aud the public generally, promisrades and sympathiser!. So toing to nml all FAIR DEALING. day advocaoy of free silver ia tbe test for office j and tbosejwlio want Are our special pride. thst Is, superb office bowl about free ailttr aim-plFuniltnro for the parlor, library to arouse prejudices tid pasor bmloir. Tho latest sions. Tbe aonnd aiojnet meu AnurAcrvBEBN mr thk tblbbbayeb know this perfeqtly; tlej know is that the free coinage of tilvtr impossible: they recoinlH tbe necessity for mas ftSflrnf lo of s An sure to bo found in our fice to blaster about this tatter; and it will afford u nleiu- and they are williag to foil for a nro to bow you through onr y Grocery Establishment Ornamental Designs ware-room- reputable, mtolllgent, b meat, caa free pable man ercn if he silver advocate, and fori i ilickot of respectable gentlem n It tor stock, whether yon coutemplnto an imniedUto purchase or not. You will be ebsnued with tho display creased patronage. charged wih having stolen a mnlo r an from Morns Strouter, who lives uear Oaktou, was arretted in Union City, The Open Door. tried, and iu default of f 1,000 bail, was The State Democratic Commit- jailed to await tho Circuit Court. Ho tee has thrown the door wide open rodo tho mule to Uuiou City, where ho It for a more, and then Eold tho for all who will to vote the Demo- traded Ho used the monoy thus realizmare. cratic Stale ticket. No restriction ed, ($22) in taking up whiskey, and was as to endorsing any platform, or boon iu the hands of tho officers. auy part or partB of a platform, A HOLINESS TESTIMONIAL. willing to supyoa the vuriona offices to be filled by election this full. 8acl t ticket can bo elected preeieel nWea ver was elected iu Loali ril'i. W. G. Wi.vtkr. dramnst, C says ho has sold Plantation for many years, aud among chill tonics ho Unas the riati most reliable he sells, as it ud from tho oniuiuo tonics. stops chills for a short time. tho cause, and the cure is ntcn.Ky., lh: Cure Stephens & Smith. Lv M m BBEBfc.f ft wSHHhks BVCPhAbVV HfcaB-- ? 1 til many tho Cash Book Store. Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS, In only ir moves .rut. only that are port the nominees tion or primary. of tbe conven- The Courier Approved, i From the Paducah Register. The Register can bat admire tbe true ring In tbe Hickman Courier's utterance wben it says it wears no candidate's collar. If all the papers of the country would have the courage to show their Independence in a like manner tbe people at large, as well as tbe newspapers, would be better off. It is abBnrd to see men invest money in uewspapers and then permit a lot of politicians to dictate tbe paper's policy when by asserting their independence the newspapers could dictate to the politicians and help the people to put none but honest conservative business men in office, instead of a class, who as a rnle, have been a failure at everything else but politics nnd there only on account of their unscrupulous methods, companies have withdrawn from Parle, Ky., on account of recent Somk twenty-fiv- e Are insurance indictments. claimants on aoconut of the Spanish war ns rapidly bb the claims can be proved iu accordance with the regulations of the Pension Office. Thus far 9,280 claims have been filed for wounds and for alleged permanent illneBB contracted in the servioo. Eighty-ninhundred of these claims have been filed by officers and men in the army and 310 by officers and men in tbe navy. Up to the present time 45 claims have been favorably passed upon nnd the pensions bare been issued. e Pensions are being granted to I wish you would Dear Editor: please prlut this testimony. I havo been a member of tho years. A Church for twenty-on- o few weeks past I went out, to hear the Holiness Preachers, and felt a deep conviction and realized that I had not been leading a true, christian life. I prayed about two weeks for tho Lord to remove the great burden, nnd my prayers wcro answered aud I was wonderfully blessed and sanctified holy. Tho carnal nature was all removed aud tho blessed Lord gave mo a new, puro and clean heart. And I am perfectly happy, I feel liko singiug praises to the Lord and Savior all day long. I would bo glad to see every one else get tho same experience, it is for every ouo that loves tho blessed Savior with all their mind, soul and body, and will have faith aud meet tho condition. I havo accepted Jesus ns my physiI cian for the healing of my body. havo had a chronic caso of phthisic and inflamed toasils from my childhood, and havo had different physicians to treat mo but have found little relief, but the blessed Savior has entirely healed my body. I havo suffered many hours of agonized pain, but don't I shall ever feel tho return of thnt dreadful discaso, if I continue to havo my body in the care of my Lord aud Savior Jesus Christ, which I mean to do as long as lifo lasts. I am now forty-thre- o years old, and I mean to work for Jesus and glorify his blessed name tho remainder of my life. I shall over remember Bros. Hall and McDonal. Mary Haoan. Camp-bellite bo-liev- IN MEMORL 14, Died, in the early morutiig" JJIarch STATIONERY, 1609, at Hickmau, KyfaRX. E. Cheek, son of Prof, and MrsjO'.fTaiwk. t? jr Aged It) years. NOTIONS, &t, Ho was a mombvr ot tho ijtholLst Church, nnd lived a consLt;iu,fcnbT ' 'J uutil his death. Call and see our Stock. EverySad Indeed It Is tosoc onioyolg, so noble, so promising, taken happy family and sociid circle iu cvaeihort thing up to date. momeut. Ho was n young m n iuch Maky Beukndks & Co. esteemed by his friends .indothentwho knew him. How my heart weatiit to that dear mother, when she tlurev her amis around my neck aud nid i 'O, 'tis so hard to give up my V y 1" 'Tiahuvd for oven the tno chrj ian to say truthfully, "Thy will In Ax ic " Truly wo live in a world whtro wl mn (Succtisor to Win. Dlctelbrlnk,) shadows arc continually falling ttjwn DKALCR IN our path shadows that teach u tli insecurity of all temporal ltnd that here, "there Is uo abiding' ciy" It will ouly bo a matter of time, forlwe nil, vorily, ono by one, tin fiver and jouruey across tho alley nd shadow of death. Wo tender htsari-- f olt sympathy to the bereaved family, Jlay MCKMAft, KMNTUOKY. they livo to meet Alex. In 'that' wrM "Majsstic" Cooking Ba&ges, The Best in the World ! 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There is a certain class of ueoplo who nro proverbially soon parted from their monoy. This can be mado to apply to other things also. Don't take too much spriug medicine in your hasto to beautify your complexion. The tondency of all theso things is to thin tho blood, and au undno Mrs. Hopkins' Officials of tbe Commissary amount is injurious. Diet is tho grout Department aud of the Bureau of complexion nelp; beauty comes from Animal Industry iu Washington within. that old Boreas Don't are much agitated by the proba- rampage forgot month, and thatisaon tho this bility that canned horse meat was wind produces tan, freckles nud a purchased and issued to tbe army harsh, rough skin. Protect yourself by during tbe war with Spain as cau- a veil when going out, aud at Easter rojoico in ARE THE BEST IN THE WORLD. sed beef. The ''stringy" substance you will bo afraid fairness. of carrying an umDon't witb its obnoxious odor, of which brella even when It seems clear. Tho Be.sk Made and Best Fitting. so many officers and men of the time for sudden showers will soon bo army complained, may have been hero, nud it may sayo your "best duds" All PantH have Double Seat and Kneea. horses. The lots of times. tbe meat of worn-ou- t Dou't start your spring suspicion grows out of the admitSOLO ONLY BY too soou. It makes a groat doal of ted fact that 350.000 cam of beef discomfort, aud until tho dlsagreeablo were bought iu Europe, to which spring winds ur gone tho dust blows bo country they bad been previously you really havo to do it over again. exported from tbe United States, Then, besides, When summer linens aud and were reissued to the American summer garb generally Is to bo put on vlrtuul second army by the Commissary Depart- it means ado it nil at onco?renovation. Why not ment. Don't choooo your hate ontirolyfrom Surgeon, tholr front view. Many women wear A social entertainment was given hate in blissful uueonscionsuess, novor r a baclc and Mrs. Dan Tooms, last Mon- having used a for by Mr. i nuu day night, and was enjoyed by tho viow, mat aro nwiuuy young folks of that neighborhood. For "chlckony" from the sldo and hack. An Offloo ovor Lodford ic Roirara wnnt of space we are unable to print entirely becoming hat looks well till urocory. aronud. uiuiie. ...r" A TRIAL wben you wiat IilakftmlthlDK done, or repair In iptoialtjr. Waiom, &c. llariehoing I alio keep a full line oi T IIVEME A SPECIALTY.. 4 - Genuine Setb Tbomaa Alarm Oloeka for $1.00. HICKMAN, KY. Doora East of Laclede Hotel, rraa'l. C. A. H0LC0MBK, Undertaker' s B. T. TILKB, Common, Ro8e"ool, tod Solid Dlek Wilnnt Coffins and Ciei, which on b GlUtl up in abort nollce, and H rion-bi- t price. OIt ma call. Shop near the Jail. B H T. Tl'U H. C. JOH.1KOX, , r ZCZMA2T KA1TH. BIOXHAN, KENTUCKY. 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