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' . 1 t ' I IS?'" u s v .CX'" ) - THE" MUJti-..L,llP- XT' JLJLJ rtyjL jj'jl: im. vH mu a rfcB xk in .m a . .i.wr. v- - , - tf va imBW-nTTmr- v VMTT1T a J. vy vxi.-y i..LEif! VOL. XXXIV, NO. " A OLDTiT jSTICWSlAPlsri IN , VKHTXm-, ESTABLISHED 1859. J J. . 19 1 wnr'awiunArnwKtMxEUvu.4rirrfiuiuiMr)UraurM IITGKMAN, J7ULTOJT COUNTYMY., U'AJKCU 31, 189!). mjll I III c cal$ii Personal, All ROWENA LEE SUNK. - ...... Now Political Parly to be formed. our opimm Ih now DISPLAY H 1' "Alf ingi ;'hf! ........ liila itno fVhpjht"W man train ..would climb iHjH -tKDlll come round to thosn wlm Passengers Saved Except Three. Al. Faris all RigHt. A convocation of notables in to) bo held in Buffalo from Jane 28 to. July 3, with a vlow to the forma-- , being mudii, nnd will IC continiifd tliroujili ncxtl" . w;k. iNirdinlly Invito yon to call nrxl witmi oiir'JL onorui(8. I'ho toro imn been urowilcil with Iodic the one opinion ox prosed by all is that wo have mir-- V pnasmi all.prcvious cflbitH, and tho 1iow?iil' - nmrvcl6iftv-- L " ly bvautiful. to-da- y, i- "7y vc -- Ijimi right on time. Ifss.tini'e ia nltiKWt here. Kjlltirk Htafliod SntnnlAwrmiTi rS iW . . . v f , oi -- TI flIrttt!0!nlK loft .Saturday " i if Rbowas, of Vulton, ' ui;ht was iu Uic Millinery. ccotrr of attraction 'J Tliid Dcpartiiif'nt is tho main now, lie Jk Taiior-fViad- e LAPUSS TV -- a -- mi bt tlie r-- Pattern Hats are lovely, but the cmitionn of our milliners arc lovelier Mill. Word cannot do justice to tlid beau-tittiling cbown here, ami we hope you'll eomo see them. nl jnt LWJU1 tJip.v?ay from HOc. to t;.fm hhvk t i. H. Shaw'. h HqriK'iui, of Knltou, was in ijupuiiy. fiftT-lor, Suits. This is a All-Wool ..' : , zS' -- . -- C of Fnltou, wm 75)c. r- - Ladles "Dollar" Kid Gloves. Kxerllpnl aikI (Jn-i-nCouiu iu Liu'n iind Clann ftuteuiiiRH. Sold ni a Dollar uvcrywliero mid woth the Ulm-- new feature with ns this aeaMui, hut it ban met with popular' favor at unci'. We show conn! 15 or 20 different styles ol Suits mng-jiin, price from ?f to S2y.0U. These are made in the very luteal styles and invito b'st K -' .i'i liuchiiHu, of Union City, Bpoat Manttoj Intbactty. W t Mh w thUwl Eon TnMr;f rawo Cnrllu went tn Kt. T.nnta ?. faiw, qiiiility la Illtick. llrown, possible mnnner. Jackets lined willi Silk. f'riinli Suits from I'ifjup Suits, ,i il.25 ier i ywr. your l. Watch , for oi1 mnu, the Old Kkuawx. h Wponneil will nieot iu royu- Hftrnw Mmiuny nigut. " l :S. ,L. Braly. of Kntherfoni, " , W3 pa CO days only, wo will clean flndj;M Telegraph meaBngen were re Hickman, WedneSilny night about 8 o'clock, stating that the steamer Iiowena Lee had and ennk,. near Tyler, Mo and that all on tinard, except tho captain, pilot and mate were lost. Telephone incHaiw'o on Thurnilny morning corrected thin to the ntntemout, that all were paved, hut three; nnd thut A I Far-la- , of Hickman, aliout whom locnl ngouy ppeefally exite(l, was all right nnd that they wero on board tho Ora Loe homeward bonnd.. , U'e heur sinco that two men'by. the name of Wilson, from this count v, wore ou v board, uud were , Hived. The particulars of the,, disaster are not known at thiH writing. oeiyeil iu mid-htrea, cap-nlze- d Personal Politics. If we, had " less "ueraonal wou'ldn' jt be beet T , 'yhia poll-tics- L ? -- 0 1 tip. J aoucy. Hnndkcrchiefs. i , 10c. Dock Suits, Skirtrf of every description, Cra-Duck. Pitpue, Silk h, :! U"'JJ --. nuiuocny unitiuiy. I and Satin.- - c liadirn PnrrJiiiifiii HeiiMtitrh. N'tfe qnuhfjr Llneu ud cliei at doutdo Uio iiitiury. G9c. Indies White Piq ue and Bedford Cord Shirt' Waists. A Bpeeial uh n bare-nin-. -- . Dress Goods AST) TRIM.M1NCJS. 'o nro rxtrctncly nnxiimw lor rnn to ce tmwe, for wo Wowynu will inn wr ninny oi tuo nni'A wo Imu-dieto tlu-j-r uro I'Xchisivowltlt tw. MuuMclino iVSolo Fine fillJtTf.ihrio, tn .... Mm "i uiitiiuirv " J. iikui .. TV. iminiiiii ivim -- .n . . barj;itin,. nicked tip You'll not find them in the regular way lew thnn Dollar Vrtd 1.2iuny- .3j jr .fat WSi-- i aiTihin Mt! ' """ ' J UiiMToln, OrfniMttnw.01inlllwrof KnmlliMt, ndttwiiWH Wi ! ! ! miH' Appll'iuo TriminluK. - jriBf&vrt utr: " Ladies Sliirt Waists. "- III .' JzSkjr IU w-f.- "u thing of beltifi Smith man, a A Practical Mote for Sobriety l.itm. J. 0 Flonnioy. of Jones, man, per se, first, IhbI and k'WO'ia tho citv Satnnliiv. i all the time, dwarfea issnes of A kA1...1. .1 Oaks, uiMiviiii -viiurcii win nor eo rent importance to tho people, It lud., manufacturer at Threetemper- - ' . v has just organized a t rcnuyi pnpancj- :oeioro next Snn- - la natural, not amise, bat proper, ance reform in that town that- la Ht 4 have ill. Baltzcr returned Friday for.jiowflpapera and voters to ween at once novel and apparently pracfrom ticable. hi wr parents at uaroou- - personal preference ob be italcj n This man, who has seVeraf hun candidaleH for office, but when Kg? RCiihirr(!A. nn nlil Tflrbin.. 1,.. drod employes, recently offered to that persoual preferenco leads to pay into the village treasury an- 'PPL was m tho bu.';'9SK;,a g a favorite's record, noallv an amount ennui to the U . . n A... rees derived trom the sa- WtOR, II. B. Shaw, ownptl u, me iguuring oi imponant ir.& Thomas, was sold Int sues because sucb issues might loons and- - make tbe town "dry." UAVrw. Injure the chances of yonr person it the law was refused be threat- SolFBuchanntii of Union Citv. fened to remove his factory to an fMr. and Mrs. H. Buchiiu&n al, favorite, the roqqll lajjUnj-ust' ' other town. tn' to the public. Too muub ot this :s,retUrucct homo Sunday. The proposition was submitted I M Mil to the council and it in turn.-- refer. r -- 'i & rO t.ni ,V bist forhonr nro two ........ lfhnni.fti..M petw-ncw- l tlou of a new national partyi Among those mentioned aa.pnsU.. lug the movement are sotnq, iadi- viduals of note, but the greater, number nro cranks, fliatesmeu-out-ofjoband politi- cal waifs und adventurers. Thej' nil! not bo able to agree, and it is ' announced tn advance that their' deliberations will not bo made public. Thero is such a surety of sul- pburous discussion in a congress in which Pingree, Pettigrew, Gom- - . per, Obin Harvey, Altgold, Sibley, Jerry Bimpson, Allen, of Nebraaka ; Senator' Butler, of North Car6lina, and other bright spirits of like reputa- - ' tion and sprightllness nro to be' gathered under one roof, that tho1 determinalion to bottle it all up is in the nature of a national .depri- vatlon. The Record protests agalust such privity. The eerie- - ' wis, gestatiou, delivery of the n'6w ' party ought to be spread fortb to '' the world day by day. Philadelphia Record. eoro-heads, 't A .' .! ts 1. I - 48 ' -- wliito-wasblu- ll.t 1 1 A .- I , rtr-.STJ-f ..t&Sj&S - & Union r-- Jir, :v,spento viral Mlllo I Mattings. 0.irjHti, I.iunliMim nnd Oil floth. Window ShtidiM nnd linen Curtain, LiniMi color, with nea.1 stripes. Nicely made and fltt ior, and well worth fiOe. --- o JeffC e-i- y veer, guesta of Mr and Jlrs. ilr. Tom Hovnolds, ofinnear d.iys tho ;U iv LOttc (rli pmtad of Ch.ie far as vt Sanboni'n 'i pnnnus of low i w- - Our It tins of above are very complete, and we invito inspection. L. P. & W. S. ELLISON. m ." w" v w ' New Goods! A.A FULL LINE OT II. BlVIUNAN. time i now at hand wlirn the Q nuuit deeide litw'ii a '00 Commander Tannic, of tho ZZifi whir' for hluiaulf or an E.istcr hat for it . A Iotof girls marry simply be- his b tier half. war steamer Bennington, is the, canso other girls marry. !' Union City Commercial Cour hero, and reports its capture, ocHushed) is tbe conversation of cupancy and additiou.to the Unit- men when money talks. Wheu a man proposes' to a girl ed States. He describes how he Illeki uii a tlyint! vL--il K.iMer. island cautiously, his wbrds have n double meaning. IMm Suuday was flttingly olworv-e- approached the The coat ofttimes proclaims (lie at iioth tho Catholic and !.nis'iin:il examined for forts aud fortresses, man's indebtedness to his tailor. ehnni of Hickman. At the Catholic lauded his troops, hoisted tlic Baseball should be played on stars aud stripeo, called upon his the square us well as on tbe diaWlearn that the Juvenile Cake ') i j Walk, which was Riven at City Hall troops and Heaven to witness that mond. The wise man is a fool if he does i ie wim!ks ninco, will, uy reipiciii, oo thero and forover and forever !rfjH...nl some lime next week. not listen to a woman's proffered was to bo a .perma- counsel. ivT Jiiii Colo, nccompnnied by hi after, Wako A man will make tools of bis iuuh" ii. ninivi. IVil i'llllll. lllliliiiti nent possession of tho United on iiuor Ceorgfu Leo for St. Iuis, States; but never a human being friends and tbeu howl if they cut whexi' they will resiilo in the future. wus found on the island, and no him. A woman may cast insinuatione, .I'lim S. Dillon, who has been in being had ever but she can't propel a stone with f4 bnsiiii-at Clarkstlnln. Hiss., will re sign that human " turn Hickman, .May 1st, and resume lived thero. He found ouly salt accuracy. his io.itiou with CowgiU & Cowgill. a man puts bis foot down-oin tho streams and lagooue, When water borrower's request a would-b?ft. The fall dcliKht. of Coffee ami that life thero was uot invit- drink k have been unknown to those!. in for a five spot be simply V toes it. n .,, hnmn Oret who :. vu not tried CIIASK A' .AN-- I '" '" "" oniia "" O J r - T? ' hii.Hlci: perance. ' The The captnro, occupation and, closed,-thviliaffotrettsflryMivr' possession of tho new territory ceive tho annual payment promis of Wake, is not fully known to ed, and tbe factory will not be re our people. We know about Cu- moved. Cleveland Leader. ba, Porta Rico,, the Philjppines. POINTED PAHAUKAPHS. Guam, but what about the island The work of a back writer is of Wake 1 Did you ever hear of e I I d i -- i H ' I ij 3 i o '- Cjets' v puriislis. msi t LADIES SHOES h SPE CILTY, Bought at no Auction Sale, but fresh from factories amd markets. A NEW DEPARTMENT souri jcadeiny Ti i llttlo curl of bluo smoke that can 'con arising from the Helds tells pi uly that tho farmers are beginiiiiik clean up and get things in read iness ' t tho crops. N no of the towns along the river have .pointed a special oillcer whose duty ih to watch tho boats and trains for tt Purpose of apprehending any parties who may be infected ; sus-pici- o Great Is conqnostl The Administration has deoi til ..... II. Bl'lIIAXAX. trie t inner, uncie nam win uoi ded to take a oeusus of Ouba us X 4 Stella Ilefley has been appoint- - have to govern Wake against tbe complete as that taken in tue Utib ed a o. OLato to represent the Hiekuian consent of its people. ted States, to be nsed as a basis M. I r5niiiln ;il. tlir Kniiilnv Schivtl for the establishment of a reprel'onv " ion which meets at Paris, 'i'emi., Till! chflnpor school book ques- sentative government.April ti in Ibo M' Win. Parham informs us that tion will ho an active issue The New York Journal printed is a mstnl.o about all tho Douches bo approaching election for members in one of its Tuesday editions, an it inir it ..led bv tlu rolit Legislature. Our accurate account of old man John Ho HBi that '.lis poach trees arc full of of tho State people want aud should have asj Shermanrs death, together with UI0O11W death-beAfeiidy yon, can hear the ehlru of c.ieap school books as any State all the most pathetic yet John Sherman tho In lu chicks, mid the Judications are in the Union, but they also want scenes. And is yet alive and getting better. that ;o will havo plonty of spring chick-uthis year if they are oven a lit- the best text books. A cheap report from Porto A tle Intl. school book by an incompetent Rico bjcent a man with plenty says that Clinton Democrat : Mi.s Nceta author is not tho host. Besides, of patience and money can got Johns i Iiils gone to Salisbury, Mo., to thero aro trusts and trusts thoso along very well in that new posfill t! position of instructor in vocal As n matter of fact, a nmsir Ind olocntiou iu tho North Mis bye, and there is much danger of session. BURN only 1 famous Hoafited Citr.f, sold cxpanaion V. . I - I . ii . - rei-e- nt . d s jumping out of tho frying pnn iuto tho tiro. There is no doubt, by comparison with other States, that Kentucky children aro very mnuh wronged in tho price of school hooks, but candidates tor the should. y.'ell ndvlpo themselves to ddmpeieutly apply tho remedy. vV' Leg-islntur- with plenty of money can usually worry along fairly well in almost any, country. man PniVATE 1c corporations will de- o With uall-po- Mister Chester Bondurant, the t'y Youug son of J J. C Bondn-ram- , has been, given a itositlou in tho Fannrs and Merchants' Bank. Ho is a oh I olf of tho old block, and will mak. J good financier. &.(?, don't hang around tho dejwt, nule-y- ou aro going away or e.pt cling aunic uo. Don't go to church aud take a bn t. seat with your escort, and thou ("pritf j. i J J ,tanil3ayoui-iligiiity- ; Don't bo lontt, wills rand uiguio durhiu thonervico. bointerous and tdaiigy. u WILL rilESK 0!Ti:N UKT. YOU J O'l each and evei;y yearly subscription t') the DELlNKATOlt received before April Oud, wo will give COo in l'.itterns. Patterns to bo of vour own selection aud to bo talion when you please For $1 :15 we give you tho DELINEATOR for U' months, tho iiOceuts in two Patterns anil the Courier-Journa- l, n.iwrt a wuek. for ouo year. tiiis chance. Don't-miss- , . This oiler miide.ouly. by WILSON'S HOOK STORE. ... 'majority. siou,thut private corporations not subject to franchise taxation and need not make to tbev State Auditor the reports required, of other corporations for tbe purpose of valuing franchises. Tbe decision was in the caso of the Louis-- , ' ville Tobacco Warehouse Company against the Commonwealth, and it completely reverses a previous deoiston of the oonrti ' Judges Guffy,.Paynterand Wblt6 dissent front the opinion of th's rive much relief from au opinion handed down by the Court of Appeals last week, in which the oourt, hold, contrary to a former dini-- i . 15 V .1 -- - 2 -- r ?U3rtM '&H-J- . .. if - m SSW5S?5tePBR3E9K Wg trAH?aiMB.iPWTH: yi?iMaiiTVt HSEiSSS38KK V wi "iii ii mi m i ! in aii mi it'.tT.rrri'wy H I The Hickman Courier LAST HOUR OF CHRIST OEOUOK WAKIIEN, Publisher. HICKMAN. " T" KENTUCKY. CURRENT TOPICS. Oooa players on the scarcest of ers, lie A the liar are said tc all musical perform- n r 3Jf ii hu ' fo' v ft "When JeMis therefore had received the vluegar." The brigands of Jerusalem hud done thcirwurk. It was almost sundown, and Jesus wnsdjing. Persons in crucifixion often lingired on from dny to day, crying, begging, cursing, but Christ had been exhausted by years of maltreatment. Pillow less, poorly fed, Hogged, as bent over nml tied to alow post his bare back was intlamed with the scourges Intersticcd with pieces of lend and bone, and now for whole hours the weight of his body hung on delicate tendons, and, according to custom, a violent stroke under the armpits hall been given by the executioner. Dizzy, nauseated, feverish, a world of agony is compressed in the two words: "1 thirst!" Oh, skies of Judea, let a drop 15.000,000 to $10, 000,000. tongue! of Hussia since Peter of rain strike on His burning OxiV two rulers Oh, world, with rolling rivers and the Great have died a natural death fountr.ius, Catharine 11. and Alexander III., the sparkling lakes and spraying to drink! If give Jesus something present czar. father of the or Only one marble statue of the hu- there be any pity in earth or Heaven beman figure with eyelashes is known. hell, let it now be demonstrated in It is the sleeping Ariadne, one of the half of this royal sufferer. The wealthy women of Jerusalem gems of the Vatican, and was found in 1503. used to have a fund of money with I'isof. Hewitt, of Williams college, which they provided wine for those jpeakingof the recent Boston alumni people who died In crucifixion n powdinner, said that in the past seven erful opiate to deaden the pain but years Williams had received 53,000,000 Christ would not take it. He wanted to in money. die sober, and so he refused the wine. Tin: robbery of graves is the only But afterward they go to a cup of vincrime under Chinese law for which the egar and soak n sponge and put it on a thief may be justly killed on the spot stick of hyssop and then press It against irlorioug company. Christ owned rid put jour poor shoulder under the KT.nlnes, when the Almighty Christ by any one finding him out. the hot lips of Christ. You say the wine the house in which He stopped or tl Hhuxskls has a tower clock which was an anaesthetic and intended to re- colt on which He rode or the boat i'r is rady to lift up all your burdens. lias never been wound up by human lieve or deaden the pain, llut the vine which He failed. He lived In u Lo Whrn jou have a trouble of any kind ly an ingenious arrangement gar was an insult. bands. rowed house: He was burled in a bo ju rcsh this way nnd that way, and j a wonder what thU man will say the wind keeps it wound up. saccharine seems to rowed- grave. Exposed to all kinds In some lives the only one suit jl t it. and jou trj this prescription A horse is rarely predominate. Life- is sunshine on a weather, jet He had that prescription and the other teen in Norway. A bucket of water is bank of flowers. A thousand linnds to of clothes. He breakfasted In the inorr. t Oh, why do jou not go possibly tcfl prcrlption always placed within its reach when clap approval. In December or in Jan- ine;, and no one could fecdiuff, and the animal alternately uary, looking across their tabic, they where He could get anything to cat b in chi to the Heart of Christ, know. takes a mouthful of hay and a sip of see all their family present, iieaitn fore night, lie would have been prJ rp 'hat for our own sinning and suf- water. rubicund, skies flamboyant, days re- nounced a financial failure. He had t:k, ''it y race lie took the vinegar." There was n vessel that had been A si'ECTATon in a Japanese theater, silient. Hut in n great many cases there perform a miracle to get money to pr. nd of Lie seas for a great main en payment of a small extra fee, is are not so many sugars as acids. The a tnx bill. Not n ilollar intl lie ow wiks nnl ben disabled, and the sup-ii- f permitted to stand up, and the person annoyances and the vexations, und the Privation of domesticity, privation f water gave out, and the rrcv were behind him can not object, although disappointments of life overpower the nutritious food, privation of a comfo the latter's view of the performance is successes. There is a gravel In almost able couch on which to sleep, pri Uj rg of thirst. Aft-- many days they w n sail against the sky. Thry obstructed. every shoe. An Arabian legend says tion of all worldly resources! It When the vessel came nearer Misb AjtNA Danbiuduk Mitchkll, a that" there was a worm in Solomon's kings of the earth hndehaed chall southern girl, who has just made her staff gnawing its strength away, and out of which to drink.'hut Christ hi ,'l.e people on the suffcrlngshlp cried to of the other vessel: "Send debut in New York society, is a there is n weak spot in every earthly nothing but a plain cup set before Hty e KOimof Betty Washington I support that a man leans on. .. King nml it ins mtv sharn. and It wnJal . WiiitrreewertywtrwfmfTrai alcM Lewis, sister of our first president, ami iYirtn-intrfvlc- w . .. , neauTJrummel called before your family circle was invyd 'your buckets where jou are. You are is that of the him by his first name and nddrcssed in the mot.th .f the mazon. and there Tur tnciciox or Kntntchntka, the skin of him as c servant, crying: "George, ring bj death, hut the moment the -el.ainJi ire sons q.f miles of fresh water nil circle was broken evcrjtlin teem lYjucii, wncn uresscu, oecomes a very the bell!" .Miss Langdon, honored round attractive blue. A single skin is worth the world over for her poetic genius, all to dissolve. Hardly hnve j. i pit tl deep" about jou anil hundred of feet is black apparel In the wardu lc nefft rd thru thej dropped their ns much as 51,000. A pelisse worn by so worried over the evil reports set you have again to take it nut. Crio fbucKi'ts over the ide of the vessel nnd the Emperor Nicholas, lined with this afloat regarding her that she is found and rapid changes In jour famlv rei brought up the clear, bright, fresh wafur, cost 5510,000. dead with an empty bottle of prussle ord. You got the house and rejoice ter nnd put nut the fire of their thirst. Tiik heirs of Pctor Cooper have signafter a long nnd ed deeds which will eventually add acid in her hand. Goldsmith said that In It, but the charm was gone a soot So I hall jou his Th perilous o.v age, thirsting for comfort to the endowment fund of ell life was a wretched being, and that ns the crape hung on the doorb that want and contempt could bring one upon whom you most ilepem'.i d ws and thirsting for eternal life, and Cooper union in New York. This will bring the total amount cjven to the in to it had been brought, and cries out: taken away from you. A cold ii'iirbli ask you what Is the ue of going In that state while all around jou One stitution by the Cooper family' up to "What, then, is there formidable in a slab lies on your heart jail?" Corregglo's line painting is hung as the children romped through the is the deep, clear, wide, smrkllng flood more than S2.0Ou,O0O. Thk largest loaves of bread baked in up lor a tavern sign. Hogarth cannot house, you put your hand over vour of God's sympathetic mercy. Oh, dip the world are those of France and sell his best painting except through n aching head, und said: "Oh. if I could your buckets nnd drink and live forItaly. The "pipe" bread of Italy is raffle. Andrea del Sarto makes the only have it still!" Oh. it is too sti' ever. "Whosoever will, let him coin? and take of the wnter of life freely." now! You Jost j'our patience w hen baked in loaves two or three feet long, great fresco In the Church of the at Florence and gets for paj and the strings and the shells Yet there are people who refuse this while in France the loaves are made in nmid floor, but. oh. jou would Divine sympathy, nnd they try to fight the shape of very long rolls, four o a sack of corn, and there are annoyfive fcot in length, and in many cases ances and vexations In high places as be willing to hnve the trinkets atheir own battles, and drink their own well ns in low places, showing that in a ltered all over the floor again if tin vinegar, and carry their own burdens, six feet. and their life, instead of being a trir.AZoits can be quickly sharpened by great many lives arc the sours greater were scattered by the same hands. a new device formed of a circular piece than the sweets. "When Jesus thereWith what a ruthless plowshare umphal march from victory to victory rips up the heart! llut will be a hobbling on from defeat tc of flexible material, having a fine fore had received the vinegar." It is absurd to suppose that n rnan Jesus knows all about that. You ear defeat, until they make n final sur grinding powder on its surface, the sharpener being folded over the back who has always been well can sympa- not tell Him anything new in regard render to retributive disaster. Oh, I of the razor so that the grinding sur- thize with those who are sick, or that to bereavement. He had oi.ly a few wish 1 could gather up In mj face acts on the blade as it slides to one who has always been honored can friends, and when He lost one n arms nil the woes of men and women appreciate the sorrow of those who are brought tears to Ills eyes. I.a7anis had all their heartaches, all their dlsap and fro. Tub lord chancellor of England is despised, or that one who has been born often entertained Him at his home poiutinents, all their chagrins, nnd just never allowed under any circumstance to a great fortune can understand the Now Lazarus is dead and buried, ami take them right to the feet or a sym to make a journey which involves a sea distress and the straits of those who are Christ briaks down with emotion, tlir pathizing Jesus. He took the vinegar voyage, however short the passage. He destitute. The fact that Christ Himself convulsion of grief shuddering through Nana Sahib, after he had Inst his lust is supposed to have tho great seal in took the vinegar makes Him nble to nil the ages of bereavement. ( hrit battle in India, fell back Into the jun his' immediate keeping, day and night, sympathize and forever with all knows what it is to go through the gles of Ihcrl jungles so full of malaria under all circumstances, and its safety those whose cup is filled with the sharp house missing a familiar ii.tinutt that no mortal can live there. lie cur Is not to be risked. acids of this life. He took the Christ knows what It Is to see on tn c ried with him nlso a rubj of great lus At St, Paul Park, a suburb of St cupied place at the table. Were thire ter and of gnat value. He died in those In the first place, there was the sour- not four of them Mary and .Murih.i lunirles. Ills body was never found, Paul, the other day, Mr. and Mrs. Gardner celebrated the seventieth ness of betrayal. The treachery of nnd Christ nnd Lazarus? Four of them. and the ruby has never yet been recov anniversary of their wedding, which Judas hurt Christ's feelings more thntu Hut where is Lazarus? Lonelj iit,i! there art ered. And I fenr that occurred in Sackett's Harbor, N. Y all the friendship of His diseiples did Christ, His great. loving tu, some who will fall back'from this sub February l'J, 1820. Both were born at Him good. You have had many friends, filled with tears! Oh, jes. jes! II, Ject Into the sickening, killing junglei this same place, Mr. Gardner in 1608 but there was one friend upon whom knows all about loneliness ai.d of their sin, carrying a gem of infinite und his wife in 1810. you put special stress. You feasted He took the vinegar! value a priceless soul to be lost for- A Hki.kast(Mc) man, F.lbridge S. him. You loaned him money. You he- Then there is the sourness of tli ever, un, wini wiui ruuy miini win; Pitcher by name, hus a leather wallet friended him in the dark passes of life, death hour, Whatever else we mav . in the eternal coronation! Hut. not of an extremely oW pattern, on the when he especially needed a friend. cape, that acid sponge will be prc,,i Chere are some. I fear, who turn away inside of which was written: "Tills Afterward, he turned upon you, and he to our lips. I mercy nnd comfort from pouketbook was taken from Itenjamin took ndvantage of your former Intima- iosity to know sometimes have n cur- aVd this offered how I will behave wim Divine sympathy, notwithstanding Wcntworth'b pocket after he was cies. He wrote against you. lie talked would accept wounded in battle, by Sion Went-orth- , against you. He microscoplzcd your I come to die. Whethi r I will be i.ilm that Christ, for all who long woy. nnt! his brother, in the French war. faults. He flung contempt at you, when or excited, whether I will he filled wit', Ills grace, trudged the reminiscence or with the lacerating thongs, nnd re17.10." you ought to hnve received nothing but ennnot say. Hut comeanticipation l suffered Ills, face the expectorations ol to the point ceived in Tiik new fireproof curtain for the gratitude. At first you could not sleep must nnd jou must. An otllccr fr. in tjie filthy mob, and for the guilty, and opera house, to be lowered after at night. Then you went about with a the future world will knock at the dor the discouraged, and the uucomiorieo representation, or in the event of sense of having been stung. That of our hearts and serve on us the writ o'f the race, took the vinegar. May God accident or panic, will be made of will never be healed, for though aluminum plates 3.3S inches thick, 13 mutual friends may arbitrate in the of ejectment, and we will have to sur- Vlmlghty break the infatuntion and render. And we will wakeiipaftir lead vou out Into the strong hope, nnc feet long by 3 feet 3?8 inches wide, rep- matter until you shall shake resenting a surface of nearly 3,82'J the old cordiality will nevercoiuc-back- hnnds. these autumnal and wintry and vern., the trood cheer, and the glorious sun. and summery glories have sliSn'j of this triumphant Gospel! square, feet, while weighing 1.8 ton, Now I commend to nil such the sympa- from our vision. We will wake nnlshn' up im whereas a similar curtnln made of iron thy of a betrayed Christ. Why, they a realm which hus only one reason ami would weigh nenrly five tons. CtirliltiK Tnlk Over Trlr phones. sold IUm for less thun our 520! They all thnt the season of everlasting love. Foil the 20 months ending with FebPeople who have a grudge against forsoo'; IUm and fled. They cut Him to Hut you say: "I don't want to break telephone companies in genernl will be ruary exports from the United States the quick. Tc drank that cup to the out from my present associations, aggregate S2,0G2,8S9.yo'., while the it released to know that the women of dregs. He took the vinegar. j so chilly nnd so damp to go down tl ,. New South Wnles ref usid to be ground from tho United Kingdom for There Is also the sourness of pain. stairs of that vault. I don't the same period aggregated 51,030,00!,-IJi- S There are some of you who hnve not thing drawn so tightly over want anv down by any soulless corporation. my ejc Thev determined to get the worth ol In Germany it is considered nece'v seen n well day for many years. By If there were only some way of break the telephone rent, no matter how ary that a child should "go up" oeforo keeping out of drafts, and by carefully ing through the partition between much tune It took, so they conversed studying dietetics, you continue to this worlds without. tenring this It goes ilowu in the world, so it is car,lttl tllf 41... ...f.,..e 1... !', linn, body all t, ried upstairs as soon ns born. Jn case time, but. oh, the the headaches, and shreds! I wonder if the surgeons and central office people were driven there is no upstairs, the nurse mounts the side r.ehes, and the backaches, nnd the doctors cannot compound a Things got. to such n point the heartaches which have been your by. which this body and soul e.ii, that the postmaster-genera- l t table or chair with the Infant. In Sydney all the way through! Vou all the time be kept together? Tiik tube of a gun, whfch Is Is then was appealed to. and he Issued an orhave struggled under a henry wort trace no escape from aed in somo war ships, has 50 spiral this reparation'." der forbidding loquacious women from grooves inside, which cause tho shot to of physical disabilities, and instead of xone absolutely none. A the placidity that once characterized nieu tumble through the ir rent murv nioiiupnllzlng n telephone for mort revolve at the rate of 75 times per sec gates, of the thau minutes at a time. Jud as it, rushes throutrh the air. Li-fgorv eon-verte- d d, live-pointe- Ciiinksk teacher in a private school receives about one cent a Jay for every pupil in his elass. O.v rainy days Gov. Booscvelt still dons the old sombrero which he wore n I Santiago and San Juan. Sknatok TimsKK, of Washington, was one of the famous "Grant 100" in tlie national convention of lbSO. Ik nil the railway tunnels of the world were placed end to end they would reach a distance of 514 miles. Half of the ships in the world arc British. The best of them can be into ships of war in 45) hours. The stars on the United States coinwhile the United age are stars. (states Hag carries Tin: latest cable which has been laid across the Atlantic weighs 050 pounds to the mile. '.'"Uis is the biggest of all the cables. Tiik capital stock of the Havana Klectrie Hallway Co., incorporated in New Jersey, has been increased from d It is now only with great effotft future, as It were, and ve do not know that you keep nwny from irritability where they hnve gone, and they only and sharp retort. Dlfllcultlcsuf respira- 'add gloom and mystery to the passage, tion, of digestion, of locomotion, make- tut Jesus Christ so mightily stormed Lessons of Comfort in the Scenes up the great obstacle In jour life, nill tljc gates of that future world that you tug and swent along the pnthwnN thry have never since been closely shut. Found by Dr. Talmage. and wonder when the cxlnustlon wij Christ knows what it Is to leave this end. My friends, the brightest crowns world, of the beauty of which He was Shall In Heaven will not be given to t licit Mre appreciative than we ever could IlrlRhtcat Criivtn Heaven' who. In stirrups, dashed to the cavnln be He knows the exqulslteness of the Attorn tin llrnwin of Those Who charge, while the general applaudei phosphorescence of the ten. He trod llrnr I.ltr'a llurileim it It It and the sound of clashing snbers ran.' It He knows the glories of the I'll rial lit ii fortitude. the land, but the brightest fght heavens, for they were the in Uenven, 1 believe, will It yied canopy of His wilderness pillow, Prom the pathetic scene of Christ's given to those who trudged on ami:) Tie knows about the lilies. He twisted last hour of suffering Dr.Talmudge in chronic ailments which unnerved the i Ahem Into His sermon. He knows- about this sermon draws lessons of comfort strength, jet nil the time maintaining he fowls of the nlr. They whirred for people in trouble; text, John 10:30: their faith in God. It is eomparatlvefj ' their way through His discourse. He you, mid-throug- h span-crown- DESTRUCTIVE CHICAGO FIRE. Iliti Armour C'urlt-i- l llnlr Mini I'ell Itnrkl IIiii- - Ililnn'il-.- V .Siniili.-- ill tin' "Peace Hath Her Victories pliij)' Were Injured s easy to tight In a regiment of a thou- - knows about the sorrows of leaving was .Not parapets 1. sand men, charging up the ,.....:. to this beautiful worm. ....... a taper .11...1 it.. It it,nt Kir n...i i.. ti... .i..i. tli.. sminil nfmnrtlnl music, so easy to endure when no one lull jihjsiclanless. He died In cold sweat the nurse and the doctor are tho wi,in! dizziness and hemorrhage and that have put Him In sj mpathy nesses of the Christian fortitude. that, jou never had nny pa!nVith all the djing. He goes through sides worse than Christ's. Tho shnfnnei '(hri.eniloin. and He gathers up the that stung through His brain, througl fitlrg- - out vt nil the death pillows, and His linnds. through His feet, througfcille puts tlieui unucr nn own necn nnu Ills heart, were as grcnt as yours ceiju ad lie gathers on His own tongue tnlnlv. He was as sick and ns wearflthe burning thirsts of many genera The sponge is soaked in the Not a nerve or muscle or llgnineiftlor.- escaped. All the pangs of all the nji,orr w of nil those who have died In tlons of all the nces compressed ln their beds a well as soaked in the sor of all those wlio pcrisued in ley row one sour cup. lie iook tne vincgari While There is alto the sourness, of povert ,ur !' rj martjriloin. was Heaven was mocking, anil and earth Your Income does not meet your ou pitv houtA'ie! was deriding, He took the vinegar. colngs. and that nlwaysglvesan I all those to t. liom life has llmill an man anxiety. There Is no sign of drsti a dose they could not swal-lew- . you pleasant uppeurnnci' tution about a draft that set their teeth on and n cheerful home for you hut God I preach the only knows what a time you have had m'u'p and sjmpathj of Jesus Christ. to lununge jour private finances. Just astronoait the bills run up the wages seem to The sster of Herschel. the say nothing, but mer, used to spend much of her time run down. You tuny life to you is a hard push, and win p. hsluiig the telescopes through which you bit 'down with your wife and tal ,he brought the distant worlds nigh, over the expenses you both rise up ill aid it is my ambition now thU hour ou ubrldge here, nnu yo i tc clear the lenis of jour spiritual cournged. abridge there, and you get things ami ; i.moii, so that, looking through the for smooth sailing, and, lo, suddenly i?ark night of jour earthly troubles, mav behold the glorious constelthere is a large doctor's bill to pny,cr i u n of a Saviours mercy nnd a Sa you hnve lost your poeketbook. or soni If i failed, and you are throw i vour's love. Oh. my friends, do not debtor has v io carry all j our ills alone. Do not abeam end. Well, brother, you are i i M I : -- I iuiokex-vvinuk- d - P. j Cuicaoo, March as- .- Fire destroyed the Armour curled hair and felt place and Benson works. Thirty-firs- t street, Monday night, causing n pnjs erty loss of nearly S 100.000. injured 11 employes one fatally, and endangered "the lives of 100 others win rushed to escape through the blinding smoke. The Injured: .loremlnh Steele, jumpwindow; legs ami ed from arms broken; will die. Joseph Kudn. badlj- burned about legs nnd body. John llhodes (?), Jumiu'd fiom window, leg broken. Joseph Mosher, fell down elevator shaft; right shoulder broken. August Sell o in berg, ankle sprained nml scalp wound. Mamie Uj'tin. face and arms burned. Ceorgie Schwartz, hands face and anus burned. Margaret Delehniity. both arms cut nnd head bruised. Nellie MeNnb. hriniU Paul Bosomter. and face burned. both hands burned; leftside of head scorched. Barry Lee. fell from second story window; scalp wound. Kinploycs on the lloor on which tho fire started, said that n nail which caught in a "picker," caused fruition, igniting the lutlnmiuablc material with which the machines were fed. Flames sprvnd to bales of curled hair nnd In three minutes the entire floor was dense with blinding black smoke. Men and women left the posts In frantic rushes to the exits Many rim to windows and descended by the tire escapes but most groped their way through the smoke to the first lloor nnd out the corner ontraiiee. Steele was bending over his carding machine when the tire broke out. Stilled by smoke, he staggered to a window, sw ung over the sill and hung by his finger tips Meanwhile tlreiucu stretched u net and shouted to Steele to drop. Ho did so but crashed to the stone t.idewalk. The Armour folt works burned out nearly n year ago. It was reptneed by a substantial structure, U'i by 2'iA feet, which was completed only last August. Kcpilpprd with lpvcial reference to fire protection, iu the way of construction and cMcrlor fire the total destruction worked by Monday's blare was a source of keen regret to the owners The loss is total. The Insurance is SaoO.OtHi. third-story tlve-stor- y 9p less renowned than ivarf" said Milton, undncrw, in the Spring, is the time to get a peaceful victory over the impurities which have been accumulating in the blood during Winter's The banhearty eating. ner of peace is borne aloft by Hood's Sarsaparilla, It brings rest nnd comfort o tho weary boily racked bv-- pains of nil sorts and kinds. Its beneficial effects prove it to be the great specific to be relied upon for victory, llood'sifrrr ditujijxHntt. Snlt Rhoum ' Mv mother was seri- ously ntfilcted with suit rheum nnd painful ruuiiliitt sores No mislltiiio helix-i- l her until Hood Hnrsjiiniiiln wn ued. which K. JUixr-iTosmudo her cutirviy well ' UVs Hlreet, Chluum, III Tlrod Foollna "1 hml ihul tinsl, dull feolirif. dviM''ii, headaches und sluklni; Huisaparlila made, me a. sjm'Hs but Hood I never vvu better thau now." new inuu John Malk, Osknlooa, luvva. K: r, JfoodA SaUafma iAsuamiiiajQjmr Hwk1 u ,( to ln.r mi? titirti- - ts lilt IS is HvuU't nenlttlUIlM Strttpttuit. ONE ACCOMPLISHMENT. A riuliuiit .MxlUrn H'liii llml lint untin-nllifur the Potl- llou uf Conk. Thr servant cirl jumtiun i even mere dilhiult in null eteiu citle thin It cant' rJlwdulilic. i in Nov Yuri.. Theic no lady ventures to a.k a reference, but tuuWuti lirtn-l- f with a vrrlul xamit.tlun of her apli a Thruan AVbn)ir of .SweJr and Fmlstiibr in a l'arinr iope town tlauoel winter, ami one lietielf aa a candidate for a JVOa. liwjtith Mitiuu as cok. The iitoievtir nlttrrtt thus interrelated her "Can )tu make good htrad?" wdd-haurpre-tent- )i ' make Mum?" "Can "Soup? Nw" u understand roastinr. meals!" "Do incur yi .a "Misttr "Can yeu broil!" "Naw." "Can vwrelran "Can veu "NaW " Ms." "Nw." brit!" cirlS wah and Irorif What csn "Nw." "Well, my Roodnru, do'" ".eruhr jrt .! r slg-r.i'e- d BODIES OF DEAD SOLDIERS. I The HnUnder fellected. Then she an- swrtcd proudly. "1 can milk a remdwr! . Y. UVtrfd. er - tljy'r-jjrft'tlylntt.for.loc- Ilin TruntMir( Crtxik, I rniu smiling", ItunliieMr Viirk luraiUj Thr Die IHM.t ,,, IIHjlHHIttt. w...r .r,.,,, I Creternl llulrl, llurrkn SprlnKi, kniians, Hn.,lVrtws,VWAJvlM',V..-,,i!l'Vl1 - - . .... In the Owrk Moua Opens February 'Z tain. Deliehtf ul edinatr Beautiful Menrrr. iwsti-xpmvefu- r i.- jwrt Crook, which left Santiago March Ijirie, .Vtldre.. .1. U I Urik. .Maimer, Ituuiu II, Arcade. llou.tlnir. or FriVo 2.1, is due nt this jort Tuesday and the Ticket (Hfk-e-, Oritur)- ltd N Broadway, St. No quartermaster's department Is busy Ijui. Mi preparing for her reception. The dend IVrlU ut tin- - .Srctle. thnt are Identified w all bo given to the Thr Sweet Ynunic l lurttJ -- I lev hi read relatives or friends of tin- deceased. of thoe dear, daring etlurer in thr Arctic, Malms Kfbrrv all the should Those who are not identified will be but would think iiionulnnrMU timt 1 to-da- M v 1 v death-struc- k tin-top- wir-lef- t Interred in Arlington cemetery near Washington. The was sent to I'orto Bieo and Cuba to bring back tho bodies of the soldiers who died during the campaign. The removal was undertaken at the expense of the government. There are 1.0(H) dead, to ho brought back, and as soon as the Crook is unloadyd she will return to Sunttago to bring back the remainder. CHARRED Tin- - tiny nal. Thr Ssvay.- vvtre cj1ui lfmr lUrhrtor l'rt of thr timr Imh Indisnapehs Jour-- -- r 1111:1- Olmsted, s lluv, X. Y . a I UIX sample of Allen Foot Kum. a powder to sli.ikit into our sIkm. It cunts elii.bluins. mveutlmr, dump, swollen, l in.tltro tiJCli t slini' easy. iirliluc lie'. Cures Corns, lliiiilnns anil luKrnwliiir Nails, AlldiUK'sTtsUuiiilnboestoressoilji. cccls. on t'au tirt .llru' 1 loot-Kilt- Wrll.-i.-'Sr- fr Allen H REMAINS FOUND. trat)Rr that a fellow in't "in . the swim" when oent throws him - 1'hiladrlphi.i Berord. I'nrmliiitrnl, It seems over-Doard- l.l.t ill WliiiUor Hotel Mellnm. TnUl llrail, 31t 1'iikiniMii lleml, 31 Tim .Niinilier or MImIhk Ii .M.oin 40. Oil Will Why sulTrr wiih Nmra!r.u! St. Jacobs drive It all ujr. to-da- y to-d- vine-ga- r! Al-ph- a to-dn- j- of the bodies each box containing merely a mixture of charred bones blackened and shriveled flesh and dirt. The total of the dead now- Is 33, this identified uumberiiiir 11 nnd the unknown dead 21. The list of missing Is stlli;vcry large, numberlngaboiit 10, but most of the injured have recovered and hnvo btven discharged from tho - Yoiik, March 2s The fragments of three bodies found In the Windsor hotel ruins Monday and taken to the rnorguo have been numbered B ody No. t'J. Body No. 211. Body No, 21. It Is Impossible to give a description Nkw Tin re is old) one tliirie more important than to learn patience, and that u to learn nhrn not to ue It Town Topus, Damp weather hunt; Ithrumatitm Jacob Oil brings the cure, promptly Su hospitals .MiirlilliUU fur llio CniL'Acio, March 3.-Ll- eut, , j-- Wells, In -- e.-.- difll-cull- y ex-por- ts todis-tractio- iihx-tur- e 13-in- I tt-.- The pleasant method nml beneflclnl effects of tlu well known remedy, Svhui ok Huh, manufiictiired by tl'io Cai.ikoiinia Fio ijYiiui'Co. illustrate tho value of obtaining the liquid e principles of tihititn known to bo medicinally laxative and presenting ItarlrmliT Shoot lllmM-lrthem in the form most refreshing to the FiiANKionr, I ml, March 2s. Joslah tuste mid acceptable to the system, It I). Kvcrmau, aged :so. of KirUlIn, shot Is the one perfect strengthening elciiiising the Mstcin himself through the head Sunday dispelling colds, headaches effectually, and fevers night. Be died instantly. The deed gently yet promptly und enabling otic was committed iu an alley In the rear to overcome habitual constipation permanently ItH perfect freedom from of a saloon, where Hverman worked as every objectionable quality und subbartender. No reason Is assigned for stance, null its acting on tlie kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening-odeed. the irritating them, mahu It the ideal Secretary Alctir Arrlvei ut Ilavan.1. laxative. In the process of manufacturing flg Wamiinoto.v, March A telegram was received at the war department nro used, as they are pleasant to tho taste, but the mediclnnl qualities of tho Monday from Secretary Alger an- remedy uru obtained from senna and nouncing the safe nrrlval of himself other aromatic plants, by a method nnd party at Havana. He said that all known to the Cautohnia Fio Sriim Co. only arc well and will remnln in Havana effects andIntoorder to get its beneficial avoid imitations, please two or three days remember the full name of thuCoinpany printed on tho front of every package. lov. Ilruillt-j- to Kettle In Sun Fraiielrn. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. San Fiiancisco, March 2S. The Call BAN FRANCISCO. OAL. says that Gov. Bradley, of Kentucky, tOUIBVILLK, KY. NKW YOHK. N, Y. has decided to settle permanently In For sale by all UniKKlsls.l'iicc SOc, per txmlc. Snn Francisco and take up the practice CHILDREN'.". WeaVlvilrale. nr Sieklt liio of law. Jlcdiclut C., I". O. Uoa 161. Ittrllu, tVla, hixa-tlv, -- command of the naval recruiting station iu Chicago, has received instructions to enlist nn unlimited number of s machinists for service In the navy. The men are needed to reinforce Ailm. Dewey's forces In Manila and to fill vacancies in the North Atlantic squadron. first-clas- An Excellent Combination. Inxn-tlv- c. r 2- - r 'afc .'f'7lSSt JUL. !rs . , r I p fcM$tmt' t&pg&vBzsms&smKA -- vv 'J RLIPOS REPULSED Made an flttaGk on Americans at Marilao and Defeated Wltli Heavy Loss. 'Our Loss Was Ten Killed and About Twcntu Wounded, Two ol Than Mortally. Col. Egbort, Formorly of tho Oth Infantry, Killed in Bnttlo Saturday. 'TlieCJnllaulOllicci'Sliol I While in I'm ho Saddle- -" I .Must Die, Too Old," He (jiispwl. Tho Helena mut the Army (iunl'iuts Sliallctl the Ton n or Miiliihun mil Country lloxonil. i ! Ilir .MoimIiiiU rufii.ril .III Hi Hallcrl'i t' l'.truiiiiir furTuti Hour drr.it -- DaHMKr roiielii I he I1.14IUJ- - lion iif .Mnt.ilmn Wa I'll lurf.itir Hunt. u , The movement tdt llto Amntiatwi troops Saturday Bwept the IntHrgenU Imuk toward Malabon. Gun. Harmon limy Otis' brigade in In frftMt of La Ioma, whore there Is n fctrdtoh uf a mile of rough, open country. Tho insurgent trenches to tho ojjg f th woods ure four foci deep nM(urnUh a good hocid cover. Thu t Amnion h troops advanced on the qnlok, yelling lioroaly ami dropping In the gtass nml by volloy. Al daylight lion. Oil' ami Gen. Ilnir.s c7.- ilmi-blocva-skinally llr-lH- ff Masila. M until After lunch Oen. MacArthur'sl Tho Orogonlnns shot lon advanced toward Polo. Bcvcral armed natives and then reThe 2d Oregon regiment encounter turned to camp. a thousund Filipinos west of Malic"1 The Americans Monday morning who were retreating from Malabc"' found the Important town of l'olo and Tho enemy had taken up u position ba number of small villages west ehind our rows of Ititrenchmcnts, b't of the rnllrond deserted and was driven out after an hour's ,c,ri' burning. Thoy are advancing firing. One Oregonlan was killed nd ? along tho railroad. live were wounded. Monday the Washington volunteers, Manila, March 28. The Helena d who held I'nslg Sunday, had an en- tho army gunboats shelled MalaUm gagement wltli a band of insurgents and tho country beyond, while the who drove In their outposts. In tho Monndnock focusscd all Us batteries light the Filipinos lost several turn. upon Paranqtic for two hours for the The United States troops, under llrlg. purpose of destroying the inlllury Miioke 'vab (Jen. Lloyd Wheaton, captured the stores there. A ercat town of Mallnta, beyond tho Tulliihnn caused, but ;u the Insurgents are In of tho town, tho results of river, Sunday, after a sharp fight. Col. noHses-sloHenry 0. of tho 'JUd regular In- tho shelling aro not obtainable. Thefantry, was killed, l'rlnco Locwcn-stei- evacuation of Malabon was a picturformerly on the csquc rout, thousands of men, women stall of llrlg. Oen. Miller, at Hollo, nod children, loaded down with housesomehow got in front of tho firing line hold goods, lleclug to tho country. and was shot in tho side, dying almost Tho Filininos at 9:15 n. m. Monusj instantly. A (icrman, who accompan- burned their stronghold at Malabon ied him, was wounded. and their forces lied from the city l" (Evidently anticipating a bombard- tho direction of Malolos. lien. MacArthur'sdivislon Is pushing ment by tho Hoot, a thousand rebels vacated .Malabon Sunday night, leaving toward Malabon. The insurgent a few to burn tho town. lien. make their lust stand probabm&t. '; Wheaton'H brigade, composed of the Malolos. dispatch .Nl'.iv Yoiikv March d -- d Orccron rctrlmcnt ami tho M'id nnd tho lluiald from Manila Tuesday lufantrv stretched out iiIoiil' the rail road fiom Cslooeau to tho Tullalnin The punboat Laguna do Hay atUiokriver, was jum orlew. to prevent tho withdrawal owing to tho natural obstacles oil tho insurgents at Bulaean. Thro Americans were wounded. and to the strong opposition MncArthur's division has crosseil the liy 11 o'olooU in tiie morning the only building of importance not de- Marilao liver and Is advanolng northstroyed in the center of the town was ward. Tho insurgents attacked the AmcV a lnrgc stone church, but oven at noon leans Monday evening at Maribu. ha' fresh fires wore started among the iiHtive Knts In the outskirts of wore repulsed with sovurc loss. Opr Mulabou, although tho general exo- 1oh was five killed and 14 woundrtflj Later, liareiit, a native general, came dus took place much curlier. Many of thu rebels sought refuge in tho down from lingupsn by train irttii suburbs of Navntos ami Casag, or wore 1.000 ritlomcn and 1.000 Jtoloinrn ann driven inland by the shells of the took positions at Marilao. A rive r wa Helena, Callao, Nlngdapati and Laguua between the American and forces. do Hay. The South Dakota volunteers and Occasionally the artillery and infantry llrod aeross the stienm. Final- the 3d artillery, acting as Infantrj. ly the cuglutturs moved a construction were thrown forward. Tho South Da train up to the bridge, the iron frame kota charged brilliantly aurofts tltc thinking the American forces were In posacnilon. n, aide-de-cam- p ' I -- 2S.--- A - ' br4ftatlA iidvniiMd from Ln t.oma church straight through the rebel lines OHittug tho envmy'a foreo in two. L'on this .vnston tho rcbtl adopt 1 thu American tnotjc of holding the attackers worn about 1,000 yards distant. The rcbols.also tinnl loo or than uivu.il. Tho Amcriqaiis Slrd volley with terrible ctTrot and UnHrArt until fM then ruvtivil forward cheering aiul our-rfiliiir everything before then). IcirSU" rfUlon tu"u lH)tw)ii Mniubou nml tint Rlvr to tho loft, driving" win swiiH-rolnils away on nit sldos (Jen. Wheaton'-- . brigade. In aorord-nn- t with Instructions, rmuaiiiiM In tho trunchun. lloforv Joining In tho luovmimnt, at Jioon, Gen. W heaton's troops dovdlopcd i strong opposition r .VssJ l.-- .! .Jui i- Tluia-lint- s. Tho brlgadus commanded by (ion. Harrison Gray Otis nml :ii. Hale ailaticcd on Novnliehos and I'olo, Ftrougrly oHtrciiBhud towns. The natives stood until the Aimrl-onu- s wcrw within WW yards of their position nml then btolto ami run to tho xvoods. About 30 of them were killed In tbt oul.sk I rU nml 70 on the loads. Ninety minutes' after th start at o'clock-t- he whole front for a distance of three mile to tho north had been clcoiod. Gen. Hale's brigade had idtirHltaneously hwept in a northwest-oildirection, touting the enemy ami burning tho town of Snn Frnnclsoo ilel Monte nml it number of hOiittcriHl hutn. Thf'litio was then opposite Novnleche. tho artUlcry advancing along a good road from La l.otna to Novalechc, tho wagons carrying pontoons 'olograph MinplU' nml ammunition following. Tho infantry moved in hplcudltl onler. i The reiinnylvniilii troops took nine priMincm. among them a great naked captain of tho Maeabebcc. tribe and one .lapaueo. All the prboncrs wore, groatly torritled, c.pocting to bo executed Immediately. Tho American lomoti. reported up to noon Saturday, wan eight men killed and about 70 muii wounded. The loss of the enemy was hoavlur than during any previous engagement. It was ntnted at tho war department that tho expression of (ion. Otis, "Am endeavoring to take fraction in reverse." means that while ostcnsibly making a feint at tho front that ho Intends to swing to the roar and attack tho enemy on tho left. Tho dispatches of (ion. Otis are forwarded to President Melfinley ns soon as received at the war department. War department ofllelaU do not attempt to conceal their belief that tho lighting has been very severe and that the Amerlean losses are no doubt quite heavy. ho Americans Manila, March Iirvc advanced along tho lino of the Dagupnn railroad, driving the Filipinos from MaHutauml NewCanayan, whero thcro were a,000 inhabitants. Sunday night tho brigades of lion. Harrison flray Otis and Ocn. Halo encamped in tho cnumy'H trenches at Now Cnuayau nnd that of (ion. Whoatnn at Mallnta. Tho movement of the Americans will be pushed in this direction. Ten soldiers of the Oregon regiment, while hoarchlng for two of thoo killed earlier In the lighting, sneaked Into th? ulty in tho morning and found thu place In a condition of chaos. The Inhabitants, seeing them, lied In a. panic. CJ y 28.-T- toil Mnrilor lit I. minuter seeking safety In lliglit, whtl" An hLlppi'il fur 1'iirt" 1'nluniwn imtl thu hitc Hag was raised by those who t'Mt lluil to Ho rotuncl. wen- in the trenehos, who also shouted "Annpos." Lancastkk. Ky.,March 23. The case lol. Funston, wltli 20 men of the oguinst William McCoy, charged with Kansas regiment, swain across the murder, uti called in tl.e circuit cour river to the left of the railroad bridge, Tuesday morning, and was continued and captured bi) prisoners with r.ll until the August term of court on actheir arms count of an absent witness. McCoy Is 'i he Pennsylvania regiment captured charged with killing his father-in-lato prisoners. David Whitehead, in life'.). Ho liy this time the right of the Filipimade his escape and was not apprenos was demoralized. hended until about a year ago, when Washington, March 2S. Advices re- he was found in jail in Spencer county, lloumt anil ltohheil. Mor.KUKAD, Ky.. March 27. Friday ceived by the war department show charged with another offense. He was that the casualties In Saturday's and tried, but a hung jury resulted. night four masked men went to tho Sunday's lighting, wns: Killed, threo The absent witness Is William Mc- home of lllufor-- G. Weaver on Dry o IIKer.s and 2r enlisted men; wounded, Coy, jr., son of the defendant, who was creek, eight miles from here, broke nine olllccrs ami 'iO'i enlisted men. nn eyewitness to the killing of his down the door, and seizing Weaver, Manila. March 2s, A thousand Fil- grandfather. Young McCoy was bound him with ropes. They then ipinos composing the rear guard of placed under S100 bond ot bis appear- helped themselves to his property, carthe rebel army, which Is retreating on ance Tuesday, and the bond was for- rying away nearly everything in tho headquarters, feited. house. After the robbers were gono Malolos Aguinaldo's mad a stand Monday in some strong Weaver's frightened family released Iliinuvvr'a Ileuth. Coiuliilriicrn intrenehments about Marilao, across Lkxinoton, Ky., March 2.". Milton him from his uncomfortable condition. tiie .Marilao river. In the engagement Young is receiving many telegrams of One of the men was recognized, and sl.x Americans were killed. Including condolence on the death of Hanover. arrests will follow. three olllccrs, and 40 were wounded. One message from Saratoga, sent beWortliliiRton Slajr Succeed Ilratllo-r- . fore the horse was killed, stated that Fjiankkout, Ky., March 25. It is Mr., rujrnr Mrstliilii Monro. sender had expressed an antiseptic rumored here now, and the friends of Nl.w YoitK. March 23. Mrs. Faync the 0z4T0y? V Strahan Mooro was Monday discharged remedy to Young which would euro Gov. W. O. P.radlcy and Lieut. Gov. v horse. When Young read this ho Worthlngton seem to think there Is upon her own recognizance by Justice the winced perceptibly. It develops that considerable credence to be placed in t . r f"- - n ' .j--C nOiyetermarsurKeojiswere resign tioreport, that Ilradicy . y. hon. She was, now ever, lienT inSl,uoT i.fc. 'USg:ivii6fna'rrtirt will ball on the charge of stealing silver- cism ou tho apparently hurried de term and that' he will be succeeded by ware from the Waldorf Astoria hotel. struction of Hanover. Worthlngtou. Tho friendship between She said she would furnish the bond. I'ut lo Dnith l.j-- Chloroform. these men is well known, and the govMahon, the complaining witness in Lkxi.noto.v, liy., March 24. The fa- ernor would not be averse to sec his the badger Mse. has remained out of mous American thoroughbred stallion lieutenant honored by his occupancy f the city, and the prosecution has been Hanover, U years old by Hindoo, dam of the chair, for a little while at least. row" u unable to secure his attendance at the r.ourbon llellc, was put to death , Wlilkr I'lnnU Sold. proceedings. Thursday by chloroform. Gangrene Louisville, Ky., March 20. Tha of the left fore foot, the result of killlliijlnc SpanUh Cunliunto. ing nerves in it while racing, rendered Warwfck distillery at Richmond, Mad Washington, March followison county, owned by Rurnhatn St ing cablegram was received by the war the destruction of the horse necessary. Rcnnett; W. S. Hume distillery. In tho department on March 10 and has just Milton Young declined offers of same county, and the Old Hourbon disand S75.000 for him. Hanover was tillery, been made public: near Paris, were acquired by "Manila, March 19. Adjutant Gen- the sire of Hamburg, Halmn, Hen the Kentucky Distilleries & Warchouso and the Commoner. Ho led the Co. Friday. The distilleries eral, Washington: Have purchased all are oi winning sires for the last three years. medium capacity, and their brands aro gunboats in Philippines of Spain 1". Tlirre Kentucky 1'iir.loiii. In number, now at Kanboanga. Half well known' to the whisky trade. All Fr.ANKroitT, Ivy., March 20. Acting the money has been paid for the plants arc in serviceable condition Payment lu cash from public fund upon delivery Gov. Worthlngton Friday afternoon and the deals closed. The amount j at Manila. They will bo sent for this pardoned Joe Deboard, of Johnson paid have not yet been divulged. county, serving nine years for man- Mm. Falipjr (Signed) week. Oris" Ailiultit She Shot Jaroh Croir. slaughter, and John Jarrett, of Rock Louisvillk, Ky., March (III In YIC County. tlll Drill for Castle county, serving three years for Kate Fahey Wednesdny morning adTiiitin: Haiti-- , Iml., March 23. the same crime. James Sawyer, of mitted to the police that she shot JaThere is much excitement in this city Owsley county, was given a commuNEW AND REVISED MAP OF THE PHILIPPINES. over 'the preparations being made to tation of sentence from ten to five cob Crow, a young man who was found in her house Tuesday with a bullet In commence boring forotl east and south years his abdomen and who now lies at thu of which remained, and began to open ftpaco on the oast of the raUtr ot the city. A month or so ago oil was work (IooIm.I .Men Victorious city hospital dying. Mrs Fahey saya t struck by men who were boring in an to the edge of some woods. They replace tho iloor. Lkxinoton, Ky., March 25. The disCrow- - came to her house and tried While this was going on tho 2d Ore- ton killed nnd 11 wounded tnclm if' endeavor to locate a vein of coal, and, trict conventions to select delegates to that although the How was not large, ex- the county convention to nominate a to assault her and that she took hiu gon regiment crossed the river on the threo nontenants. own pistol away from him and shot ports profess to believe that there Is The Rd artillery, on the right ofi loft and the 22d on the right, with democratic candidate for state senator him. She at first claimed it was an at. much oil underlying Vigo county. four companies of the 23d infantry railroad, charged and lost nine j liavo resulted in a victory for Maj. J. tempt at suicide but says she did thia A wounded, two mortally. supporting tho latter regiment. Kmbry Allen over Capt. May, which is through fear. k llonni. Mrrl I On the left, the Insurgents, L rising clear ground stretched away a a victory for Senator Gobel's forces Nkw Yoisk, March 'J... The bulletin From Had to Worts. distance of half a mile to Maliuta, trench, east of tho river, oflrol of the American Iron and Steel Asso-- I Sol Vanmetcr will, bo the nominee for resistance. a stubborn situated on its crest. Louisvillk, Ky., March 2.'. -- Rob the legislature from the county outguns of elation reports that since December 31, side the city. two When the Americans were within Crltchlow, with Illanks, the Mayfleld criminal assailIM$, 1(1 blast furnaces havo been blown .'WO yards of tho. Intrenchmcnt.s, ant, condemned to be hanged, is well about the I'tah battcrr. and Lieut. I) , out. Fourteen furnaces were blown ., 01)0 Haulage. Suit For tho Filipinos suddenly volleyed heav- with a navy colt gun, forced tltl in of smallpox, and has been sent In from this year, previous to March 10, FitANKFoitT, Ky., March 23. Tho exwas hold- insurgents in a long trench nn h ily. The'JJd infantry, which their weekly capacity being 10,121 tons, ecutor of Raz llrccdcu, of this county, the Eruptive hospital to the jail. ing tho center. Buffered considerably; opposite side of the river to sunc'el Blanks would have been hanged early and in or may filed suit Tuesday against the Chesabut, with the Oregon on the left and at tho close quarters of 100 ysdsJ no is furnaces arc already gainsoon, vlth a peake .t Ohio Railway Co. for S2.1.000 this month, but the smallpox has in expected to the Knnsanson tho right, in the woods, The rest of tho Insurgents got u weekly capacityblow:i!i,U72 tons. ed him a respite until April. of damages for the killing of ltreudcu list the lighting was kept up for haH an with severe loss Ninety dead inirj Died From Iter Wound. month while ho was crossing the railadvancing up gents wore counted. hour, the 'J2d Infantry Hon of Col. i:;lirrt rromntril PAiiif, Ky., March 2.V Jane Tillman, road in a buggy. . slope through thu thick grass unthe humiay Manila, March 23. Gen. Artlr'J Wasiiinoion. March the colored woman who was shot by der the hottest tiro. llclit for the (Irani! Jury. division spent Sunday night and n (ion. Otis cabled the adjutant general her lover, Charlie Williams also col(ion. Wheaton and Ills stall woieaii day morning at Mavkawaynn, tho i"(l that the son of Col. Kgbert was a LotisviLi.K, Ky., Mareh 23. Dick the time under a rain of bullets. Col. station beyond l'olo. After reconnt-- private in his father's regiment; that Parront, who went gunning for Ne- ored, died from the effects of her wounds Williams who is confined in ip tho thickest of tho F.gbort, who was shotgun, crlnc his front, he nushed tilonir i4 he had a fine reputation, both as a groes with a fighting, was shot in the ubdomen. railroad yesterday afternoon tow:l gentleman and soldier. Monday the was held to the grand jury under 31,000 jail, declares the shooting was accidental. He was placed on a stretcher and an If the statement of the l adjutant general cabled the president's bond Tuesday morning. Malolos. Threaten the. F.ldcr. was made to c.irry him to the attempt prisoners MondiiW order that young Kgbert was appointed, turo of thirty-fiv- e I'nllaril'n Cuiiillilarj, Richmond. Ivy., Mareh M. Two Morears, but he died on tho way. subject to the usual examination, sectrue, the main body of the enemy . Ky.. March 24. O. II. Pol- mon elders havo invaded Kstill county, It was a most nffectlng scene. (Jen. returned to Malolos. Hut there ureal ond lieutenant in his fathers regiment. lard, of this place, has announced his and arc holding a big revival near WinWheaton, baring his head, said: "You mote trenches to encounter, althoil 5 When I'm llcatl." candidacy for railroad commissioner ston. Some of tiie people are making Ilarlltih, lsl have done nobly." over thirty villages, including M "!h! Col. F.gbort gasped !u reply: "l must threats against the elder. for the Third district of Kentucky. Colkax. hid.. March larger settlements of llulacan die. I inn too old." aged l. committed .suicide by takllotli tlroken. Struck IIU Head. ' No Filipinos wore found- In tho Gudgulnto, intervene. ing arsenic. She left a note addressed lloi'KlNMVit.LK, Ky., March 23. Hoi'Kl.xsvtLi.K, Ky., March 24. A At every railroad station circu.- - to her lover, trenches. which read: "My darling Kverctt, son of J, 11. team of four mules driven by Henry Gen. MacArthtir'H advance guard, have been posted, signed by the Hert, i said I would take that and I Everett, of Falrview, died of spinal Jenkins rau away Wednesday, throwcomuiaiider-ln-ehieAntonio the .'Id artillery nnd the 20th Kansas pino will. I lore you. darling, bettor than joined Gen. Wheaton' nn, ordering all spier and loarer-- f my life, and for you I would die. Oh! meningitis after a brief illness caused ing the driver out and inflicting prob regiment, by falling from a chair and striking ably fatal injuries Roth of his legs brigade shortly after Mallnta was news to the enemy tc bo bhot wltlit darling, kiss mo when am dead. his head violently on the lloor while at were broken. trial and Instructing that all loo taken, approaching along tho "F.KKIK." play. Two cases are reported hero also. and rnvlshers be treated in tho sa westerly. road Murder tit 1'urU. Saloon a u Drniin lllinirlf. Tho soldiers wcro much exhausted, manner. Further, nil towns nbnnoDroppi-i- l Dead of Iaius Ky., March 24. Clarence ty SunMammon, 1ml., March ami there were several prostrations cd by the Filipino troops aro first to Richmond, Ky., March 23. While Hams shot and mortally wounded .V day night Conrad Kraut, a former sa- undressing for bed Miss Mary Foster, Tillman, in from the heat, which was Intense. The burned. this city. Wcdnesdnj While deploring tho vxistcncf loonkeeper, committed suicide by aged t'S, a highly respected lady of noon, lloth colored. No cause dead and wounibjd wero collected In tho simile of the trees and carried war, thecltculnr m.ilntnlna the in drowning In tho Ohio river at this llaldwtn, this couuty, dropped dead of Acqu'lla Palmer, a wealthy' Financial losses is the on stretchers by Chinese across the uiublo right of thu Filipinos to deft polii'.. poplcxy. died Wcuuesday, aged 01 yen' their homes. II. i:t and lands ugals cuse. river to the train- about a" dominators who would kilt them, their wies nn,j children," adding that tins motive ought to Impel all Filipinos to sacrlllco everything. Tho shelling of Pcranaque was not premeditated. The turret ship Monad-nocanchored on" tho town and the emboldened by the long of the war ships on guard duty, opened lire on her with muskets, with the result that one man was killed and three weie wounded. The Monadnock then destroyed half the town, including tlic church. The American forces ndvanced from Meycauyau (not Maykawnyan), the brigade commanded by Oen. Harrison ray Otis being on the left of the rall- load, and lien. Hale's on the right. They eventually discerned white roofs nuu s.eopics among the green trees be yond Uic river looking not unlike Massachusetts village. 'J lie rebels had an unfordablc river in front of them and they poured in a fire so effective that it showed that tbey "ere veterans, probably members ' Hi'' native mlliUa which the Span- lards organized, The Ameiican artillery put a dm-wimatic end to tho battle. Approaching. under iovcr ot the bushes, to about CO yards from the trenches the artillery-t- o men emerged upon an open space com-saytnanUmg the town. When the Amor- ioans apponred. they gave n groat yell and the Filipinos were panic-strickek re ll s; "would-b- e t:Cft&&&frfrCC5Sf&Cf&e&SC &C t:CC- CC e C t C 5&C C &SC frC tC'SCi f - - ir. FROM ALL OVER THE STATE. HANGED TO lli-r- 2 n n A TREE. Yearn, Corn- THE EDDY SAVED THEM., - . Mr. Kmrlliio HoutK. Atril 00 Hanging fur mltHitlcllIlnl a Week Ilrfare Found. Two llaftmnrn Hutch Clone Call From 1'ntul riimgn at Cumberland I'alU, 'KeiiturkT' Niagara." Mcad-owvill- m Kl'nsKt.LViLl.K, Ky., March 27. Mrs. Emellne Soutz was found hanging to a cedar tree Sunday afternoon, three miles from town, on the MorgantO'vn road. From the look of the body, she had been hanging at least one week, as the varmints had begun to cat the home, her body. left She at Furguson, the Uth of this month, was seen here the next day and tried to purchase one dollar's worth of arsenic from the druggist, but failed. She hud not been heard of since until found Sunday, although a search had been made for her. She left no word why she took her own life. Mrs. Soutz was lid yzars old, and Is believed to have been of unsound mind. She lived with her son. tho only relative she hud living In this country. Danvillk, Ky., March 20. LouH e, Meadows and Marsh Wyattt of had a narrow escape frpm a plunge over Cumberland falls, "Kentucky's Niagara." They were in. charge of a raft containing 50,000 shingles and at the point when; the raft was to havo been turned toward shore to escapa the rushing current leading to tho falls It became unmanageable, and the men were forced to jump Into the stream. They had a terrific battle with tho current, but a lucky chance threw them Into an eddy, and homo men from the shore fished the raftsThe raft men up almost exhausted. and its burden of thousandsof shingles struck the falls, shot out and fell to the water, nearly 100 feet below. whero the structure went to pieces and was lost. Can Patent Itiwr lSottom. FKANKioirr, Ky., Match 27. Attorney General Taylor lias decided that river bottom lands are patentable, and Saturday delivered an opinion to State Uegibtcrof Lands Reynolds on the subject. The question was submitted to h in several days ago by the attorneys for the Cincinnati Waterworks Co., which has purchased several acres of land lying nt the bottom of the Ohio river from the Campbell county and for which they desire thu state register to issue a patent: otll-clal- ,h THE TRIAL WAS BLOCKED. 100 w - - - . s, Ins-irje- 4 i Of-- r m. t ii 'janl.ia"vasasljfc.g?.tf.c S o3 icics TSkf r e SG.",-0- 00 Hol-lad- 23.-r- Mrs j J mlti-.t- r ! I i ..-- 1 ' 2-- J double-barrele- d o-- Jai-kson- 2S.-l"- flie Hcr-bi- n. l.t-- Me-Klnl-ey f, 1 Nov-alich- es - .11 f stip-poai- -d . -- .. - -- ac - , .jr., J3jfp' . I js . m& t,-. . z' . v J. ,.,,.., V l wmsvMWSTO ?Sr. ..u.V,lLiJ " 7 L.. TSii ' ''S, J.'i'. 'i J 256SSPHrtW(iflSHB S8MKEW i. - M &3$ftMl Tlie Ilickmaii Courier LASTJI0UI10FCHUIST OEOHOE WAHKKN, Publisher. KENTUCKY. HICKMAN, T Lessons of Comfort Found the Scenes by Dr. Talmage. in llriiw II CURRENT TOPICS. Good players on 1)C flcavrti'n llrlKlilcM Crim Ailiim to tin- - n .Shall of Those Wlm ers. the scarcest of nil musical perform- the harp arc said llrnr I.tfi-'- n 11 ('Ii rlx I 111 with Fortitude. union the cables. Thk capital stock of the Havana Electric Railway Co., incorporated in New Jersey, has been increased from E5. 000, 000 pupil in his class. O.N rainy days Gov. Roosevelt still dons the old sombrero which he wore t Santiago and Sar. Juan. Sknatok TunsKit, of Washington, was one of the famous "Grant iJOO" In the national convention of 1SS0. If all the railway tunnels of the world were placed end to end they would reach a distance of 514 miles. Half of the ships in the world are liritish. The best of them can be converted into ships of war in 45 hours. Tun stars on the United States coinwhile the United age arc stars. States Hag carries Tin: latest cable which has been laid across the Atlantic weighs C50 pounds to the mile. This is the biggest of all tlve-polnte- teacher In a private school receives about one cent a Jay for every A Chinksk d to 10,000,000. Only two rulers of Russia since Peter the Great have died a natural death-Catha- rine II. and Alexander III., the father of the present czar. Onlv one marble statue of the human figure with eyelashes is known. It is the sleeping Ariadne, one of the Kcms of the vntican, and was found in 1503. I'kof. Hewitt, of Williams college, ipeakingof the recent Roston alumni dinner, said that in the past seven years Williams had received 53,000,000 in money. Tin: robbery of graves is the only crime under Chinese law for which the thief may be justly killed on the spot by any one finding him out. ltitussKLS has a tower clock which lias never been wound up by human hands, lly an ingenious arrangement the wind keeps it wound up. d A horse i3 rarely seen in Norway. A bucket of water is always placed within its reach when feeding, and the animal alternately takes a mouthful of hay and a sip ol iuiokex-wimie- water. A spectator in a Japanese theater, en payment of a small extra fee, i; permitted to stand up, and the person behind him can not object, although the latter's view of the performance is obstructed. l; i H ,7. i, r. i w L WoaM,ewerei?rwiTffMff'f1rrt nt prvTcwcaufufninclcaned your amlly circle was invJyor buckets where you are. You nn 4! me him by his first name and addressed before most Tnr Tox ofqvpaj""11 Jur theiaiiii of ln ,J,l? mouth f he Vtnazou, nnd then by death, but the moment the rLann aclr Kamtchatka, skin him ns a servant, cry ing: "George, ring circle was okn every tli ii twin are '"' s if miles of fresh water al which, when drvssed, becomes a vcrv the bell!" Miss Langdon, honored around about you and hundreds of feet n nit tl attractive blue. A single skin isworth the world over for her poetic genius,all to dissolve. Hardlv havtis black apparel in the wurdu U ncfr.r Ideep" rd then they dropped their ns much as 51,000. A pelisse worn by uckets over the ide of the vessel and the Emperor Nicholas, lined with tliii so worried over the evil reports set you have again to take it ut. (irr.--. afloat regarding her tlint she is found nnd rapid changes In your fatu'h re brought up the elrar. bright, fresh wafur. cost 510,000. with an empty bottle of prussic ord. You got the house and rejoice' ter nnd put out the fire of their thirst Tm: heirs of l'eter Cooper have sign- dead in acid her hand. Goldsmith said that In it, but the charm was gone n eoor So I hall you after n long and ed deeds which will eventually add Tils life was a wretched being, and that as the crape hung on the docrl-'- ' perilous voyage, thirsting for comfort E.V.0,000 to the endowment fund of ujion whom you inoif depenlid ws and thirsting for eternal life, nnd Cooper union in New York. This will all that want and contempt could bring bring the total amount given to the in- to it had been brought, and cries out: tpken nwny from you. A cold nurbN ask you what Is the use of goingin tluil state while all around you due. stitution by the Cooper family' up to "What, then, is there formidable In n slab lies on your heart y jail?" Corregglo's fine painting is hung as the children romped through thf is the deep, clear, wide, sparkling Hood more than $2,000,000. Tub largest loaves of bread baked in up for a tavern sign. Hogarth cannot house, you put your hand over your of God's sympathetic mercy. Oh, dip the world are those of France and sell his best painting except through a aching head, and said: "Oh. if I con'd your buckets and drink and live for Italy. The "pipe" bread of Italy is raffle. Andrea del Sarto makes the only have it still!" Oh. it is too ti' ever. "Whosoever will, let him coiat now! You lost your patience when tU and take of the watei of life freely." linked in loaves two or three feet long, great fresco in the Church of the at Florence and gets for pay tops and the strings and the shells vwrr Yet there are people who refuse thli while in France the loaves arc made in the shape of very long rolls, four oi a sack of corn, and there are annoy- left amid floor, but, oh. you would Divine sympathy, nnd they try to fight five feet in length, and in many caseii ances and vexations in high places as be willing to have the trinkets their own battles, nr.d drink their own well as in low plnces, showing that in a bix feet. all over the floor again if thy vinegar, and carry their own burdens, Hazoiw can be quickly sharpened by great many Jives are the sours greater were scattered by the same hands. and their life, instead of being n tri a cow device formed of a circular piece than the sweets. "When Jesus thereWith what a ruthless plowshare b- umphal march from victory to victory or flexible material, having a fine fore had received the vinegar." ereavement rips up the heart! Hut will be a hobbling on from defeat tc It is absurd to suppose that a man Jesus knows nil about that. You ear defeat, until they make a final surgrinding powder on its surface, the sharpener being folded over the back who has always been well can sympa- not tell Him anything new in regard render to retributive disaster. Oh, of the razor so that the grinding sur- thize with those who are rick, or that to bereavement. He had only a few wteh I could gather up in my face nets on the blade as it slides to one who has always been honored can friends, and when He lost ou- n arms all the woes of men and women xi nd fro. appreciate the sorrow of those who are brought tears to His eyes. Iiarus had all their heartaches, all their dlsnp Tiik lord chancellor of England is despised, or that one who has been born often entertained Him at his home polntments, all their chagrins, and just never allowed under any circumstance to a great fortune can understand the Now Lazarus Is dead and buried, nnd take them right to the feet of a symto make a journey which involves a bea distress and the straits of those who nre Christ breaks down with emotion, tin pathizing Jesus. He took the vlnegor voyage, however short the passage. He destitute. The fact that Christ Himself convulsion of grief shuddering through Nana Sahib, after he had lost Ills, last is supposed to have the great seal in took the vinegar makes Him able to nil the ages of bereavement. ( lirlt battle In India, fell back into the jun his immediate keeping, day and night, sympathize nnd forever with all knows what it is to go through the gles of Ihcrl jungles so full of malaria under all circumstunces, and its safety those whose cup is filled with the sharp house missing a familiar iiititnate thnt no mortal can. live there. He caris not to be risked. acids of this life. He took the Christ knows what it Is to see an ui c ried with him also n ruby of great luv At St. Paul Park, a suburb of St. cupled place at the table. Were tin re ttr and of great value. He died iu those In the first place, there was the sour- not four of them Mary and Mjrtli.t jungles. Ills body was never found, Paul, the other day, Mr. and Mrs. Gardner celebrated the seventieth ness of betrayal. The treaeherv of and Christ nnd Lazarus? Four of tliem. and the ruby has never yet been recovanniversary of their wedding, which Judas hurt Christ's feelings more than. Hut where is Lazarus? Lonely aid ,i' ered. And I fear that there are occurred in Sackett's Harbor, N. Y., an the friendship of His disciples did fiicted Christ, His great, loving some who will fall back'from February 12, 182'J. Roth were born at Him good. You have had many friends, filled with tears! Oh. yes, y(t' ii,,, ject into the sickening, killing this suit , junglei the same place, Mr. Gardner in 1608 but there was one friend upon whom knows all about loneliness and tl.., qf their sin. carrying a gem of inllniti and his wife in 1810. you put special stress. You feasted heartbreak. He took the vinegar! value a pricele soul to be lost for A Hki.fast (Me.) man, Elbridge S. him. You loaned him money. You Then there Is the sourness of il, ever. Oh, that that ruby might flash Pitcher by name, has a leather wallet him in the dark passes of life, Hut. no! hour. Whatever in the eternal coronntlon! of an extremely old pattern, on the when he especially needed a friend. death that acid sponge tlse we may will be pn' There are some, I fear, who turn away inside of which was written: "This Afterward, he turned upon you, and he to our lips. I sometimes have a cur- from thin offered mercy nnd comfort poeketbook was taken from JScnjamin took advantage of your former intimaWcntworth'u pocket after ho was cies. He wrote against you. He talked iosity to know how I will behave wl en and Divine sympathy, notwithstanding I come to die. Whether I will be .iim that Christ, for all who would accept , wounded in battle, by Sion against you. He mlcroscoplzed your his brother, in the French war. faults. He flung contempt nt you, when or excited, whether I will be filled ,,i, Ills grace, trudged the long way. and reminUcenee or with lacerating thongs, and re 1 7.1(5. " you ought to have received nothing hut cannot say. Hut comeanticipation, i siiffeieil the face the expectorations ol i4) ved in His. to the point Tun new fireproof curtain for the gratitude. At first you could not sleep must and you must. An officer fr m the filthy mob. and for the guilty, and opera house, to be lowered after at night. Then you went about with a the future world will Knock nt the dor, the discouraged, and the discomforted representation, or in the event of sense of having been stung. That diffaccident or panic, will be mado of iculty will never be healed, for though of our hearts nnd serve on us the writ of the race, took the vinegar. May Gin! aluminum plates 8..TJ inches thick, 13 mutual friends may arbitrate in the of ejectment, and ue will havetosur Almighty break the infatuation and And we will wake upuft,r Ifnd you out Into the strong hope, and feet long by 8 feet ' inches wide, rep- matter until you shall shake hnnds. render. resenting a surface of nearly 3,22'J the old cordiality will never come back. these autumnal and wintry and vrm.,l the good cheer, and the glorious and summery glories have vanUh.,' of this triumphant Gospel! tquare feet, while weighing 1.8 ton, Now I commend to all such from our vision. We will wake upii,t whereas a similar curtain made of iron thy of a betrayed Christ. the sympaWhy, they a realm which has only one would weigh nearly five tons. Cnrlilnu Tulle Over Telephone i. ivuunt ;n,, sold Illmforlc&s than our $S0! They-althat the season of everlasting love. ' People who have a grudge against Foil the 20 months ending with Feb- forsook Him nnd Hut you say: "I don't want to brenk telephone companies In general will be ruary exports from the United States the quick. We fled. They cut Him to drank that cup to the out from my present aggregate Sa.Ofl'J.Sb'J.lliW, whllu the associations it pleased to know that the women ol dregs. He took the vinegar. j to chilly nnd so damp to go down tl ,. New South Wales refused to be ground from the United Kingdom for Is also the sourneFS of pain. There stairs of that vault. I don't want the same period aggregated SI, 030,001,- down by any Eoulless corporation. ii Mibs Asnva Daxiiriuok Mitch f.i.i, a southern girl, who has just made her debut in New York society, is a of Betty Washington Lewis, . Bister of our first president, au& VYWIRiv5! " " er "When Jcmis therefore had received the vinegar." The brigands of Jerusalem had done theirworh. It was almost sundown, and Jesus was dying. Persons in crucifixion often lingered on from day to day, crying-, begging, cursing, but Christ had been exhausted by years of maltreatment. Pillow less, poorly fed. Hogged, ns bent over and tied to a low post his bare back was infiamed with the scourges intersttccd with pieces of lend and bone, nnd now for w hole hours the weight of his body hung on delicate tendons, and, according to custom, a violent stroke under the armpits had been given by the executioner. Dizzy, nnuseated, feverish, a world of agony is compressed in the two words: "I thirst!" Oh, skies of Judea, let a drop of rain strike on His burning tongucl Oh, world, with rolling rivers and sparkling lakes and spraying fountains, give Jesus something to drink! If there be any pity in earth or Heaven or hell, let It now be demonstrated in behalf of this royal sufferer. The wealthy women of Jerusalem used to have a fund of money with which they provided wine for those people who died in crucifixion a powerful opiate to deaden the pain but Christ would not take it. He wanted to die sober, and so he refused the wine, Uut afterward they go to n cup of vinegar and soak a sponge and put it on a stick of hyssop and then press it against the hot lips of Christ. You say the wine was an anaesthetic and intended to relieve or deaden the pain. But the vine gar was an Insult. In some lives the saccharine seems to predominate. Life is sunshine on n bank of flowers. A thousand hands to clap approval. In December or in January, looking across their table, they see all their family present. Health rubicund, skies flamboyant, days resilient. Rutin a great many cases there are not so many sugars ns acids. The annoyances and the vexations, und (he disappointments of life overpower the successes. There is a gravel in almost every shoe. An Arabian legend says that there was a worm in Solomon's staff gnawing its strength away, and there is a weak spot in every earthly isunnort that u, man leans on. King last hour of suffering Dr. Talmudge in this senium draws lessons of comfort for people in trouble; text, John 19:30: From the pathetic scene of Christ's you, it is now only with great effort future, ns it were, nnd ve do not know that you keep away from Inilubllln where they hnve gone, nnd they only and sharp retort. Difficulties of respira- fadd gloom and mystery to the passage, tion, of digestion, of locomotion, uialA ftut Jesus Christ so mightily stormed up the great obstacle iu your life, aijl "the gates of that future world that you tug nnd sweat along the pathwnjt they have never since been closely shut. Und wonder when the exhaustion wl) Christ knows what it is to leave thl end. My friends, the brightest erowm world, of the beauty of which He wns in Heaven will not be given to thof Jiiorc appreciative than we ever could who, in stirrups, dashed to the cavnlrv be He knows the exqulsitenefs of the charge, while the general applauded phosphorescence of the sea. He trod and the sound of clashing sabers ran: it He knows the glories of the the land, but the brighten i.'ght heavens, for they were tlie In Hcnven, I believe, will li canopy of His wilderness pillow, given to those who trudged on amiJ He Knows about the lilies. He twisted chronic ailments which unnerved the l Mhvm Into His sermon. He knows about strength, yet nil the time maintaining flhe fowls of the air. They whirred their faith In God. It Is comparatively ' their way through II is discourse, lie ensv to fight In a regiment of a thoii- knows about the sorrows of leaving sand en. charging up the parapets foi this beautiful world. Not a taper was He died the soun of martial music, but it is not kit Jh'd in the darkness. so easy to endure when no one bit ihywiniilcs. He died In cold sweat dizlness nnd hemorrhage and the nurse nnd the doctor nre the that have put Him in y mpnthy nusses of the Christian fortitude. sides that, you never had any palitvwth H the dying. He goes through worse than Christ's. The sharpncM thri.undoiii, and He gathers up the that stung through Ills brain, throng flMrg- - out of nil the death pillows, and His hands, through His feet, throng i, He puts them undtr Ills own neck and on his own Tongue Ills heart, were as great as yours ce 'Juai Me gnuii-rtnlnly. He was as sick and ns wear the inrnlng thirsts of many genera- The sponge is soaked in the Not a nerve or muscle or llgaincu tlor- w of all those who have died In escaped. All the pangs of all the i tions of all the ages compressed Inlc tl.cu leds o well as soaked In the sorf all those who perUhed In ley row one sour cup. He took the vinegar! Jf i ' ri warty rdnm. While Heaven was There is also the sourness of povert Your income does not meet your ouii.lpit.t g. and earth was mocking, and st'l!"'1 ,u,s deriding, He look the vinegar. goings, and that nlwaysgives an 1. all thoe to whom life has been nn man anxiety. There is no sign of desti a dose they could not swnl-leyou pleasant appearand-antution about a draft that set their teeth on a cheerful home for you but God I preach the only knows what n time you have had ei'ge and sympathy of Jesus ChrlM. to manage your private finances. Jujt , as the bills run up the wages seem t'o Thr ester of Hcrscliel, the ustrono-tnrused to spend much of her time say nothing, bill run down. You may life to vou Is a hard iiiish. and win r !il,jng the telescopes through which tal 4'lie brought the distant worlds nigh, you bit down with your wife-anover the expenses you both rise updl Jiat) it Is mv ambition now tlili hour the lens of your splritunl couraged. You abridge here, and yc n tc abridge there, and you get things sin ; t:uuii. so that. looking through ttie uight for smooth sailing, nnd. 3o, suddcnl y urk mav of your earthly troubles,i behold the glorious constel-Ii'bill to pay, r j u there is a large doctor's n of a Saviour's mercy nnd a Sn you have lost your porketbook, or son debtor has failed, and you arc throw i tout's love. Oh. my friends, do not abeam end. Well, brother, you arc i i "v to carry nil y our ills alone. Do not glorious company. Christ owned nt t pjt vour poor shoulder under the the house in which He stopped or tl W j.r.r.lres, when the Almighty Christ lift burdens. colt on which He rode or the boat i r it rady tohave aup all your any trouble of Kind sailed, lie lived In a bo Khrn you which He rowed house; He was buried in a bo y... r psh this way and that way, and rowed grave. Kxposed to all kinds i r u t ndcr what this man will tay It. and you try this prescription weather. et He had only one su i) of clothes, lie breakfasted in the morr ' t 'hat prrtciption and the other rrr'iptioii Oh. why do you not go inc. and no one could possibly t where He could get any thing to eat b - rra ch: to tl.c Heart of Christ, know-r- hat for mr own sinning ami suffore night. He would have been pr y race He '"ok the vinegar? nounced a financial failure. He had perform a miracle to get money to pfjrj Tlcre wos n vesl that had been a tax bill. Not a dollar did He wlJi ""d of the tens, for a great many ii..lvs nt bcn disabled, and the sup Privation of domesticity, privation nutritious food, privation of a comfo pS f water gaveout, and the crew were ntilf much on which to sleep, pri dy eg of thirst. After many days they "ii iw a sail against the sky. They slg-- t tlon of all worldly resources! ed it When the vesel cnttie nearer kincs of the earth had chased ohallt out of which to drink, but Christ hi, l.c people on the suffering ship cried to e captain of the other vcrsel: "Send nothing but a plain cup set before lib. Hlnir.f or.lnck saii ?tsr-.- . and it was vcrv sharp, and it woJ4 h s DESTRUCTIVE CHICAGO EIRE. I Ik- - "Peace Hath Her Victories renowned than war," said Milton, nnd now, Kp less in the Spring, .trinmir Ciirli-i- l !i)rii'il.l iiij .Ndtnli.-- of thr Wrro liijur.'il 28. llnlr iiml IVtl lliu- - wrk gl span-crown- Firo destroyed Ciitcsflo, March the Armour curled hair and felt place nnd HeiiMui works. Thirty-firs- t street, Monday night, causing a projv erty loss of nearly SlOO.ooo. injured tl employes one fatally, and endangered the lives of 40(1 others whe rushed to escape through the blinding smoke. b the time to get a peaceful victory over the impurities which have been accumulating in the blood during Winter's The banhearty eating. ner of peace is borne aloft brings and comfort o the weary lody rucked bv pains of all sorta and liinds. Its bciii'lhiiil effects prove It to be the great specific to be relied upon for victory. Hod'HifW ilimjipoiHtt. Salt Rhoum ' My mother was serill-m- - l Lt-.got- y s r i u om-riite- i -- eh-a- p -- The Injured: Jeremiah Steele. luui-ewindow; legs and from third-storarms broken: will die. Joseph Kudn. badly burned about leg and body. John Ithodcs ('.'), jumped from window , leg broken. Jouph Mosher, fell down elevator kliaft; right shoulder broken. August Niioinberif, auklu sprained and scalp wound. Mamie Hynn, face und arms burned, (ieorgie chwnrlr. hands face and arms burned. Margaret Delehanty. hoth arms cut and head bruited. Nellie McNab, hruul Paul Itosomler, anil face burned. both hamU burned: left side of head Hurry Lee, fell from second story window; MMilp wound. Kinptoyes on the floor on which the tire started, said that n nail which caught in a "picker," caused friction, igniting the inflammable materia! with which the tnnoliliics were fed. Flamm spread to bales of curled hair nnd in three minutes the entire floor was dense with blinding black smoke. Men and women left the vost In frantic rushes to the exits Many ran to windows and descended by the tire v capes, but most groped their way through the smoke to the first floor nud out the corner on I ranee. Jeremiah Steele was bending over his en nil n machine when the tire broke out. Stilled by smoke, he staggered to a window, swung over the kill und hung by his linger tips Meanwhile firemen stretched a net and shouted to Mecle to diop. He did so but crashed to the stone sidewalk. The Armour felt works burned out nearly a yenr nga It w oh replaced by d y Sarsaparilla. h Hood'srest It ously mulcted with salt rheum nnd painful runnlni: sores No inislUine IicIihhI her until Hoods Harsapitrillu whs used, which K. made her entirely well ' VS IVarUmi Street, t'lilraco, 111 Tlrori FoolltiK '1 had that tired, dull fctiii'ff. dyiM'iiii, heivladirs mid sinking iel!s but Hood Smapurlil. mudo inu a I never wu better than now." now innu John Mull, Osknloosii, lowu. JfocdA SaUalmtitta mwifTumrpwr llwJ tlila tltm lU.r R(; c(tialll Id lS III. (! flklmuei( kftt llh llaMnl. )Ur.pflUl- - ONE ACCOMPLISHMENT. A riulnml MHlilm untini-Mllii- u 11 Who Unit lint fur the I'usl-lln- ii 1 Cuiik. The tcrvant nirl nurstton i even marn , inn cillrt tluil it dllhrult III mall u 111 New VuiK. Thete no lady ventures to Ail. t ivfrreucr, but couuuti lirrv-l- f with a vrrlul tiaimuttleii of her a4l-rnt- ' There was an av1nehr of Sw4rs ml Finland. r 111 Pacific !oir itun lot winter, and uiie wild Lai ml dam id pi, tilted lirrielf as a caiuliiUtr far s 20 Ki(iou a roiil. The iiivtiUr lirr miitlri thus ttitrf "Can male cood l.tead " "lltiHlr Naw cijMbilitU. ' )u tsiv-atr- "l'tt n substantial SUA five-stor- y structure, U'J p lat A,1' 1 feet, which was completed ouly August. Kquippcd whh special reference to fire protection, in the way of construction nnd exterior tire the total destruction worked by Monday's btnac was a source of keen regret to the owners The loss is total. The iiiMirnnco is $aoo,oix. BODIES Dun In by "Mwt! Siup Naw" "Do )uu HHdrritsiid ro4it(nc "Can vou btwH!" "Naw " "Can uu clrnti "Nw " "Can ou wah ami Ifon!' "Xw " "Setuli!" "Naw." "Well, my Reednru, girl! vou nvakt- - khih!" Na.M mca" hrtf!" OF DEAD SOLDIERS. The Finlandcr ffllectfd. my: -- N. Y. We rid do" What ran y Then hr an- - Ihfi Traii.M,rl m M 'aiew,f W!A N "r Crtxik, I'roiu Vork luriiUj iti,iig, Thr lll- - la Cfrirrnl llulrl, Opm February iMItlk. i;ur-k- n knimiia, 23, .Sprlnga, Ai i 11 - port Crook, which left Santiago March due at this iwrt Tuesday nnd the quartermaster department is 23, Is g 'iinmrAsMiiiuLBWfih.vnv i.uir, Adilrr.l. O l'Ul,n. Maimurr. Ituoia II. I)hi.lit flit In the Oark Mua lt,nttfiit UM.rr. , -- to-da- Th-on- e 1 to-da- death-struc- k ta l.oui. Me for her reception. The dead I'rrlU ut llif Arctic. that nre identified w ill be given to the The Sweet Youim i'limc -- I love ru read relatives or friends of the deceased. of tlioie (le.ir. daring riploirr in the Aretic, m aline all th should Those who are not Identified will be but I would think immolflnou", limine titnn interred in Arlington cemetery near The Saraire lUrheW Part of the time JourWashington. The Crook was sent to tht y wire realms lull Porto lllco und Culm to bring back the nal. Von tan (irt Altrn' liHit'lUtur l'lti:i bodies of the soldiers who died during , ,...f,u to Allen H the campaign. The removal was un- N.Writelora I'ltr.i: ampli'Olmsti-,t- lx Kuv. Y . ot Allen dertaken nt the expense of the governit Kiwdcr to hli.ik into your lioe. It ment. There are 1.1MHI dead, to bo cures rliMrtiilns wetliig, ihinii, nwoilftt), utiiliik' f'ot. H makes oasv brought lmck, and ns soon as the Cure Corns, Hunlnns anil light shoes Nntt's. tnurnwiuu Crook is unloaded she will icturn to AllilniKK'Ist" "ml "l''Uit'- - Mill il. AieuU. Santiago to bring back the remainder. ln rmliislrnl. It eems tranRp that a fellow iin't "in the swim" Hheu CHARRED REMAINS FOUND. tumrd - l'liiladelidiuonitj thruua Ii tit ovr leclx-rv- t -Foo'l-Kumi- Araul. ( rtitury rirltt Oilier. No HulMlnit, 101 N r KrUco llfM.lway, St, fi , Tin- - I. lit of VV liuNor llotrl Vlrtlina. Demi, 3'Jt I'nkmiMii limit, "il Tim .Nuinllcr of .Ml.alug It Almlll II). Icitnl Why Oil will titfrr with NeiiralKla! drive Hull away. i St. Jacob 1 to-ilu- y New Yoisk, March 23. The fragments of three bodies found In the Windsor hotel ruins Monday nnd taken thati tu learn iiaticnir. nud that u to learn alien nut to ue it Town Tupiit. Damp weather bungs Hhvumatum Jacobs Oil bnnc. (lie enie. tuuinitl). SL Tjitre only one tlnnj; more important to the morgue have hern numbered to-da- y Nine-ga- r! i Al-ph- a to-da- y of the bodies each box containing merely a mixture of charred bones, blackened and shriveled flesh and dirt. The totnl of the dend now is 02, tho identified numbering 11 nnd the unknown dead 21. The list of missing is fctlli;vcry large, nuiiiberlngabout 10, but most of thu injured have recovered and have discharged from tho be-e- II ody No. PJ. Ilody No. 20, I tody No. 21. Is Impossible to give a description It hospitals Went-orth- tions to enlist an unlimited number of s machinists for service in thu navy. The men are needed to reinforce Adm. Dewey's forces iu Manila and to fill vacancies iu the North Atlantic squadron. first-ela- .Mhi' hluWt fur thf. Sihj, CiucAfio. March 2S. Lieuu Wells, In command of tho naval recruiting station In Chicago, has received instruc- BLiivJ km L.-S3SKSS An Excellent Combination. r Z', fiA , J . --sIs-ry mr llnrtrntlrr Miimln IHiiiM-lf- . c.-.- oh sun-shin'- himself through the head Sunday night. He died instantly. Tho deed was committed iu an alley in the rear of a saloon, where I'verinaii worked as bartender. No reason is assigned for FitAXKi'onr, I ml, March 21. -- Joslah D. F.verman, aged ::o. of IClrklin. shot l the deed. ex-por- ts A 0 Li MS Germany it is considered neceV ary that a child should "go up" before It goes down in the world, bo it is carried upstairs as soon as born. In case there is no upstairs, the nurse mounts t table or chair with the infant. Tiik tube of a gun, which is oed in somo war ships, lias .10 spiral prooves inside, which causo the, shot to revolve at the rate of ".'5 times per sec jnd as it rushes tbroutrh the air. I.v 12-in- There are fomc of you who have not seen n well day for many years. By keeping out of drafts, and by carefully studying dietetics, you continue to this time, but. oh, the the headaches, and the side .cites, nnd the backaches, and the heartaches which have been your nil the way through! Vou have struggled under n lieavy mortgage of physical disabilities, and instead of the placidity that once characterized am-thin- drnwn so tightly over my n,.k If there were only some way of "break ing through the partition hetwen, worlds without. tearing this bod all shreds! I wonder If the surgeon ami the doctors cannot compound a nnv-tre by. which this body and soul ,, all the time be kept together? Is then no escape from this separation'." None, absolutely none. A great man men tumble through the gates of the 1 u They determined to get the worth ol the "telephone rent, no matter how much time it took, so they conversed over the wires by the hour until .the central office people were driven Things got. to such n point lov. Ilruillcy to Srttle In Sun Pruiirlro. In Sydney that the postmaster-genera- l Sa. Fiiaxcisco, .March SS.TI10 Call to. and lie issued nn orwas appealed der forbidding loquacious women from says that Gov. Hradlcy, of Kentucky, monopolizing n telephone for mori has decided to settle permanently In inn Francisco and take up the practice thau lea minutes at a time. of law. todls-tractio- Srerrlary Alcer Arrlvi-- i at lliivunii. Wamiinuto.v, March 28. A telegram was received at the war department Monday from Secretary Alger announcing the safe arrival of himself and party at Havana. 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Tho Americans Monday morning found the Important town of Polo and Made an Attack on Americans a number of small villages west of the railroad deserted and at Marllao and Defeated burning. They are advancing along tho railroad. With Heavy Loss. Monday the Washington volunteers who held Paslg Sunday, had nn with n hand of insurgents Our Loss Was Ten Killed and About who drove In their outposts. In the light the Filipinos lost several tare. Twcntu Wounded, Two ol The United State troops, under Ilrig. (Jen. Lloyd Wheaton, captured the Them Mortally. town of Mallnta, beyond tho Tuliahan river, Sunday, after a sharp fight. Col. Henry C Kgbert, of tlio SSd regular InCol. Etfb'ort, Formorly of tho fantry, was killed, l'rinco Locwcn-steiformerly on the Oth Infantry, Killod in n, aide-de-cam- p Buttlo Saturday. 'The nnllnut OMIfor Slmt While in tln'SnilUe-4- M Musi Die, I'm Too Old," He Unspuil. stall of Ilrig. Gen. Miller, at Hollo, somehow got In front of tho firing line Tlio Helena ami the Army (.iiiibn.its fc'litllwl tho Town of Malnbon an I Country lioyoiid. The JIhiHiInim k. Formed , ll. Ilntterlea Vtmt l'.irun.ilr forTito Hour.- - liir.lt l)aKMCr Wrought Hip Klrtcu... (Inn n( .Mil 1. 1. oil Mm u I'll ltir-n- e Hunt. 1 , The movement of tho American troops Saturday swept tlm IntHrgcuU back toward Malalion. Gun. Unrriiou Gray Oils' brigade Ik in front of It Lomn. wheio there Is a stretch of it mllu of rough, open conn-try- . Tho insurgent trenches in the c4k of tlm woods arc four feet deep and, furnish a good head The Awrriean trooH iwlvaawd oii tlm doubt fiulok, yulllng flurealy and c dropping in the grns nnd 7. Maxim. Mnroh ivr. The gunboat Laguna do May attackthe insurgents at Uulacan. lbn Americans wore wounded. MacArthur'ft division has cros"! the Marilao nvcr and is advanoing nor thward. s The insuruents nttneked the Mondav evening at Martin. I"" wore vepulteil with sororo loss. 6kr deJ$ lows was five killed and ll Later. Garcia, a native general, came down fiom lingupan by train with 1.000 rillemcn and 1.0(H) lioloiiicrt ami tiHik positions at Marilao. A rivr w between the American nnd Ins'iryeni ' forces. do I la J'. The South Dakota volunteers and Occasionally the artillery and infantry lired aoross the stream, Final-l- the 3d artillery, acting as infantry, the engineers moved a construction were thrown forward. The South Dn- train up to the bridge, the iron frame kotus charged brilliantly across tl oil Ainci-Icany and was shot in tho side, dying almost instantly. A German, who accompanied him, was wounded. Kvldontly anticipating n bombaid-men- t by tho fleet, a thousand rebels vacated Malabon Sunday night, leaving a few to burn tho town, Gen. Wheaton' brigade, composed of the '.'d Orciron rcL'linriit and tho SSd ami Sd infantry stretched out along the rail road from Caloooou to tho Tuliahan river, was hw erics to prevent tho withdrawal owing to tho natural obstacles nnd to the strong opposition. Ily 11 o'oloclc in tnc morning the only building of Importance not destroyed in tho center of the town was a large stone church, but even nt noon fresh lire wore started among the native Huts In the outskirts of Malabon, although the general exodus took place much earlier. Many of tho rebels sought refuge in the suburbs of Navotos and Casag, or were driven Inland by the shells of the Helena, Call a o, Xlngdapuu and Laguua After lunch Gen. MacArthur,Plr-'- r Ion advanced toward Polo. The 2d Oregon regiment uncounted a thousand Filipinos west of MaUtf who were retreating from Malabo Tho enemy had taken up a position hind four rows of Intrenchmcnts wns driven out after an hour's 'C,,J' a(1 firing. One Oregonian was killed five were wounded. Manila, March S8. The Helena ad tho army gunboats shelled Malato" ami tho country beyond, while tnc Monadnock focussed all its batteries upon Paranriuc for two hours for t',c nurnosc of destroying the mill WW stores there. A great smoke vas caused, but a the insurgents arc In nossesslnn of tho town, the results of tho shelling nro not obtainable' Theevacuation of Malabon was a pjcturrout, thousands of men, wbnsrn and children, loaded down with Household goods, Ucciiig to tho country. The Filipinos at H:lfi a. m. Monday burned their stronghold at Malabon and their forces lied from the city In the direction of Malolos. v Gen. MacArthur'sdivlsIon U pushing toward Malabon. The Insurgcntij make their lust stand probablyTnt ; tt woulu-bdominators who would kill them, their wives and children." add Ing that tins motive ought to impel all 1 dipmos to sacrifice everything. Tho sheiling of I'cranaque was not preim-imte.l. The turret shipMonad-nocanchored oh" tho town and the emboldened by the long of the war ships on guard dutv, opititil fire on her with muskets, with the result that one man was killed and thrc- - weie wounded. The Monadnock then destroyed half the town, including the rhtireh. '1 he American forces advanced from Mcycauyan (not Maykawayan), the hrig.iiie commanded by Gen. Harrison r.iv )tls being on the left of the rail road, and Gen. Hale's on the right. Thev eventually discerned white roofs and steeples among the green trees yond tfie river looking not unlike a c rc be-cs- ,.&& frCtC S&tfCftC - - Cfrfr&SC S&C C- C - C f&CSe CK frCC - frSf frSSS-SCdif. Q FROM ALL OVER THE STATE. HANGED TO A TREE. THE EDDY SAVED THEM. n a trJ Mrs. KinrllnoHotllr, Af'l 00 Vrar, Com. Two ItitftMiiru Ilitfoa CInn Call From I'ntnl riutign ut Cumlicrlaiid 1'alU, nltiihulolilt.- - Unit Hit ll llnneliiB for "KenlucUj'ii Niagara." a Week Ileforw Found. ItunsKi.LVn.LK, Ky., March ST. Mrs. hanging to n I Emellne Soutz was cedar tree Sunday afternoon, three miles from town, on the Morgantown road. From the look of the body, she had been hanging nt least one week, ns the varmints had Ixgun to cat the home. her body. She left this at Furguson, the Utn of month, was seen here the next day and tried to purchase one dollar's worth of arsenic from the druggist, but failed. She had not been heard of since until found Sunday, although a search had been made for her. She left no word why she took her own life. Mrs. Soutz was (JO y;ars old, nnd Is believed to have been of unsound mind. She lived with her son. the only relative she had living in this country. Danvillk, Ky., March 20. Louis Meadows and Marsh Wvatt, of Mcad- owville, had a narrow escape from a. plunge over Cumberland falls, "Kentucky's Niagara. " They were In. charge of a raft containing 50.000 shingles, anil at the point where the raft was to havo been turned toward shore to escapa the rr.ahing current leading to the falls It beci.mc unmanageable, ar.'l the men were forced to jump Into the stream. They had n terrific battle with the current, but a lucky chanco threw them Into an eddy, and some men from the shore fished the raftsThe raft men up almost exhausted. and its burden of thousandsof shingles struck the falls, f.hot out nnd fell to the water, nearly 100 feet bclow.whero the structure went to pieces and was lost. (nn 1'atent Illwr llottom. FitANKioitT, Ky., March ST. Attorney General Taylor has decided that river bottom lands are patentable, and Saturday delivered an opinion to State Uegistcrof Lands Reynolds on the subject. The question was. submitted to h'm several days ago by the attorneys for the Cincinnati Waterworks Co., which has purchased several acres of land lying at the bottom of the Ohio river from the Campbell county and for which they desire tin state register to issue a patcnK olll-cial- Maa-ltusett- s village, ' Malolos. Nr.w Voiikv March 23. A dhpato" tho lleiald from Manila Tuesday - rebels had an unfordablc river in front of them and they poured In a fire u, effective that It showed that thry were veterans, probably members of the native militia which the Span- lanU organized, The Amcilcan artillery put a matie end to the battle. Approaching. under cover ot the bushes, to about 00 yards from the trenches, the artillcry-t- o tni-emerged upon an open space com-savniMnding the town. When the Amer- loans appeared, they gave a great yell and the lilipmos were panic-strickealtout 100 seeking safety in Might, whll- a white flag was raised by those who were in the trenches, who also shouted "A m i go. " Col. Ftinston. with men of the Kansas regiment, swam ncross tho river to tho left of the railroad bridge, ami captured b) prisoner with c.ll their arms. '1 he Pennsylvania regiment captured 'J ho dr.-.-w- ill s: n. '-0 THE TRIAL WAS BLOCKED. An Hyr-Wltn- bLIiM-- l Cum) ton Murilrr lit l.:inruter for 1'iirti Unknown and the lluil to lie 1'oit jmneil. S3. La.n'castkic Ky., March The case against William McCoy, charged with murder, wa. called In tl c circuit cour'. Tuesday morning, nnd was continued until the August term of court on ac- prisoner.. Ily this time the right of the nos was dcmorall.cd. Hi j Filipi- j N AMIINOTOX, March US. Advices received by the war department show that the casualties in Saturday's and Sunday's lighting, was: Killed, threo otihers ami "J.", enlisted men; wounded, nine olllccrs mid 'J0: enlisted men. ihvii-slanall- y flr-if- F "s. V A ly volley. law- - I h At daylight Gou. Oils' and Gen. Hall's brtajades advanced from La I,oma church straight through the rebel lino, cutting tin' enemy's foreo In two. I'jwni thU occasion the icbels ndoot csl the American tactics (if holding their flit until th attackers wmii about Sir. I'kj-ii- Mriilian Mooro. 1,000 yards distant. Tho rclniU-ulsNi.w Yoiik. March S3. Mrs. l'ayne HihhI lower lliun usual. Tlio Americans Strahan Mooro was Monday discharged llrotl volleys with terrible effeet anil upon her own recognizance by Justice thou iuhcl forward cheering ami carcourt, under - i rying every thing Injforc them. a ama i on. Jsnc wns, However, held: in cl.Ouu ii ffl ball on the charge of stealing silver ZZ& A7irWe. . vision vo swung to tho luft, Irivfng f I ' ware from the Waldorf Astoria hotel. ' ttio rclxilft nwny mi nil shift. t- S J'sl vn Vi i& i"t" ba'(' s',c wotikl furnish the bond. ?'lBAr0S1Yh (Son. Whoalon's brigade, in acvonl "fe complaining witness in $&ST, 5 Y nne with Instructions, roiiinltitM In 5 if Mahon, tho .case, has remained out of P the badger ? Q B Q j VS the tmnchttn. lie fore Joining In the the city, and the prosecution has been movement, at noon, (inn. Whenton'i unable to secure his attendance nt the troop dcmlofwd a stnmg O)ipoltion proceedings. MalaWou ami thv Itlver Tlula between han. linking SpunUli CiiulxmW. Tho brigades commandeil by Gen. Washington. March followHarrison Gray OtU and Gun. Hale ing cablegram was received by the war ntlvttneeil en Novnlichos and Polo, department on March 10 and has just strongly iHitieiiohcd towns. been made public: The natives stood until Ilia Atuerl-oa- u "Maxjla, March 10. -- Adjutant Genwcra within !W0 yards of their poeral, Washington: Have purchased all sition and then broke and rail to I he gunboats In Philippines of Spain 1" woods. Aout 30 of them were killed In number, now at Z.mboangn. Half TO on tho lomls. itt th oHlfikirts and nre in serviceable condition Payment Ninety minutes' after tlm start at C in cash from public fund upon delivery o'clock the whole front for a distance at Manila. They will be sent for this miles to thu north had been of three (Signed) week. Otis" cleared. Gu. Hale's brigade had slmHftnneously swept In a northwestWill Drill for Oil In Vlgo Count r. erly direction, looting the enemy ami Ti:i:iii: Haiti. Iml.. Mnnii 2S. burning the town of San Francisco del There is much excitement in this city NEW AND REVISED MAP OF THE PHILIPPINES. Monte and u number of scattered huts. over 'the preparations being made to The'hne was then opposite NovnUohc. commence boring for oil east and south tho artillery advancing along a good work of which remained, nnd began to open space on the east of the rai' v of the city. A month or so ago oil was roail from La Loma to Novalcche, tho replace the floor. to the edge of some woods. They t struck by men who were boring in an wagons carrying pontoons, tologrnph endeavor to locate a vein of coal, and, While this was going on the Sd Ore- ten killed and 11 wounded, inclu.i supplies and ammunition following. gon regiment crossed the river on the threo lieutenants. aitliougli the How was not large, exThe infantry moved In splendid order. left and the SSd on the right, with The ::d artillery, on the right oft! perts profess to believe that there is The Pennsylvania troops took nine four companies of the SSd Infantry railroad, charged nnd lost nine much oil underlying Vigo county. prisoners, among them a great naked supporting the latter regiment. A wounded, two mortally. Mrrl Induslrj'n lloom. captain of tho Macabcbee tribe and rising clear ground stretched away a On the left, the insurgents t Nkw Yokk, March SS. The bulletin All the prisoners were distance of half a mile to Malinta. trench, east of the river, off'dl otic Japanese. of tlie American Iron and Steel Assogreatly terrillcd, expecting to be exe- situated on its crest. Lm resistance. n stubborn 31, cuted Immediately. s;uns (f ciation reports that since December Americans were within Crltchlow, two When the with 1503, blast furnaces hno been blown American losses, reported up to about 300 yards of the intrenchmcnts, the Utah battery, and Lieut. D i The noon Saturday, was eight men killed the Filipinos suddenly volleyed heav- with a navy colt gun. forced tlrt out. Fourteen furnaces were blown in this year, previous to March 10, tiud about TO men wounded. ily. The SSd infantry, winch was hold- insurgents in a long trench on h The loss of the enemy was heavier ing the center, suffered considerably; opposite side of the river to Mirtci'e. their weekly capacity being 10, 121 tons. than during any previous engagement. but, with tho Oregon on the left and at the close ounrtcrs of 100 viils and IS furnaces nrc already in or may It wns stated at tho war department the Kansanson the right, in the woods, The rest of the Insurgents got ul be expected to blow in soon, witii a . tons, capacity of that tho o.prcsslon of Gen. Otis, "Am the lighting was kept up for hnU an with severe loss. Ninety dead iiur;' I endeavoring to take fraction in re- hour, the SSd infantry advancing up gents were conn ted. Son of Col. 1:kIpM Promoted verse," means that while ostensibly the slope through the thick grass un Wasiii.noio.n, March Ss. Sunday Mamia, March S3. Gen. Artlr'i Inmilking a feint at tho front that ho der the hottest lire. division spLiit Sunday night nnd n Gen. Otis cabled the adjutant general tends to swing to the icar and attack Gen. Wheaton and his stair were all day morning nt Maykawayan, the Kl that the son of Col. Kgbert was a tho enemy on tho left. The dispatches the time under a rain of bullets. Col. Polo. After recount' private in his father's regiment; that of Gen. Otis are forwnrded to President Hgbert, who was in the thickest of the station beyond eiing his front, he pushed along id he had a fine reputation, both as a McK i nicy as soon as received at the lighting, was shot in the abdomen, gentleman and soldier. Monday the railroad yesterday afternoon tow.-Jfwar department. lie wns placed on a stretcher and an Malolos. If the statement of the adjutant general cabled the president's War department officials do not attempt was made to carry him to tho prisoners Mondaiil oidcr thnfyoung Kgbert was appointed, tore of thirty-fiv- e to conceal their belief that the cars, but he died on the way. Mtbjcct to tlio usual examination, sec true, the main body of the enemy lighting has been very severe and that It was a most affecting scene. Gen. returned to Malolos. Hut there nrel ond lieutennnt in his fathers regiment. the American losses are no doubtqulto Wheaton, baring his head, said: You more trenches to encounter, nlthoili "Ohl heavy. DarlliiK, KIm .Mr When I'm Head." have done nobly." over thirty villages, including S3. Tho Americans Col. Kgbert gusped lu reply: "1 must Manila, March Colfax, Ind March ss- .- Ktlie HerInrgcr settlements of Uulacan ;i oin, have advanced along thu line of the die, I am too old," aged 15, committed suicide by takIn tho Guilguinto, intervene. ICo Filipinos wore found' ing arsenic. She left a note addressed Hagupan railroad, driving the Filipinos At every railroad station elrcu to her lover, which read: "My darling from Mallnta nnd NewCanay.in, where trenches. Gen. MacArthur's ndvance guard, have been posted, signed by the Jlert, I said would take that and I thcro wore U.000 Inhabitants. Sunday commander-in-chieAntonio wilf. 1 love you. darling, better than night the brigades of Gen. Harrison tho fid artillery and the SOth Kansas joined Gen. Wheaton's nn, ordering all sp'.er and lenrcr-- i my life, and for you I would die. Ohl Gray Otis nnd Gen. Halo encamped in regiment, the enemy's trenches nt Now Cauayan brigade shortly after Mnlinta was news to the enemy to be shot witht darling, kias mo when I am dead. trial and Instructing that all "KfKIK." and that of Gen. 'Wheaton at Mallnta. taken, approaching along tho rnvlshcrs'be treated In tho w road westerly. Tho movement of tho Americans will Saloon .Mmi Droit n lllinielf. The soldiers were much exhausted, manner. Further, all towns aliand-cbe pushed In this direction. Sunby the Filipino troops are first te Maiiihon, Ind., March of the Oregon regiment, and there were several prostrations Ton soldiers day night Conrad Kraut, a former sawhile searching for two of those killed from the heat, which was intense. The burned. While deploring the cxistencof loonkeeper, committed suicide by earlier In the lighting, sneuked Into dead and woumk-- wero collee'tcd city In the morning and found tho in tho shade of the trees and carried war, thecltcular maintains tho in- drowning In tho Ohio river at this th? dcfl, poln;. Financial losses is the supplaco in n condition of chaos. The in- on stretchers by Ghltiosc across, the niable right of the Filipinos to their homes, lives and lauds ug.v. posed CiUSC. seeing them, lied In a panic, river to the traiu.. habitants, o ii Manila. March 2S. A thousand Filipinos composing the rear guard of the rebel army, which Is retreating on Malolos, Aguinnblo's headquarters, mad" a stand Monday In some strong intrenchmcnts about Marilao, ncross toe .Marilao river. In tho engagement t.i. Americans were killed, Including three olllccrs, and 40 were wounded. count of nn nbsent witness. McCoy is charged with killing his father-in-laDavid Whitehead, In 15!. He made his escape and was not apprehended until about a year ago, when ho was found in jail in Spencer county, charged with another offense. He was tried, but a hung jury resulted. The absent witness Is William Mc Coy, jr., son of the defendant, who was an eyewitness to the killing of his Young McCoy was grandfather. placed under S100 bond fo- - his appearance Tuesday, and the bond was forfeited. s, Hound anil llolilird. rawwjax.'.vr' -- v. W """v7" V7y 'X ivT ursman-in-thcsuprc- fi ' ll Ss.--T- , i j 111 , .,.,. , l pt Moiikiikad, Ky.. March ST. Friday night four masked men went to tho home of lllufori (1. Weaver on Dry creek, eight miles from here, broke down the door, and seizing Weaver, bound him with ropes. They then helped themselves to his property, carrying away nearly everything in tlio house. After the robbers were gone Weaver's frightened family released CondnlrneeH Orrr Hanover' Ilruth. him from his uncomfortable condition. Lkxi.noton, Ky., March 2.". Milton Young is receiving many telegrams of One of the men was recognized, and condolence on the death of Hanover. arrests will follow. One message from Saratoga, sent beWarthltiBtoii Jluy Ntirreed llradlry. fore the horse wns killed, stated that Ky., March 25. It is FiiASKFor.T, the sender had expressed an antiseptic rumored here now, and the friends of remedy to Young which would cure Gov. W. O. llradlcy and Lieut. Gov. the horse. When Young read this he Worthlngton seem to think there is winced perceptibly. Itdeclops that considerable credencq to be placed in no.TetcrlnnryjsumconH.wetccaUcdln tho report, that Uradley will resliju uahMtamACaw clsm on tho apparently hurried de terra and that he will be succeeded by struction of Hanover. Worthlngton. The friendship between I'll t to Death hy Chloroform. these men is well known, and tho govLkxi.noton. Ky., March 24. The fa- ernor would not be averse to see his mous American thoroughbred stallion lieutenant honored by his occupancy Hritiorcr, U years old by Hindoo, dam of the chair, for a little while at least. Bourbon llellc, was put to death WliMky riant fold. , Thursday by chloroform. Gangrene Lonsvir.l.r.. Ky., March 20. Thd of the left fore foot, the result of kill ing nerves in it while racing, rendered Warwick distillery at Richmond, Mad ison county, owned by Huruham St the destruction of the horso necessary. Hcnnett; W. S. Hume distillery, In tho Milton Young declined offers of same county, and the Old Hourbon disand ST5.000 for him. Hanover was tillery, near Paris, were acquired by y the sire of Hamburg, Halma, Pen the Kentucky Distilleries Warehousa and the Commoner. He led the Co. Friday. The distilleries are ui winning sires for the last three years. medium capacity, and their brands aro well known' to the whisky trade. All Three Kenliiekr I'.irdoni. Fiiankfoiit, Ky., March SO. Acting the 11101103- - h.ib been paid for tho plant? Gov. Worthlngton Friday afternoon and the deal? closed. The amount! pardoned Joe Deboard, of Johnson paid have not yet been divulged. county, serving nine years for manFabry Admit)) She Shot Jarnh Croir. slaughter, and John Jarrett, of Rock Mr. Louisvilli:, Ky., March S3. Mrs. Castle county, serving three years for Kate Fa hey Wednesday morning nd the same crime James Sawyer, of mitted to the police that she shot JaOwsley county, was given a commucob Crow, a young man who was found tation of sentence from ten to five in her house Tuesday with a bullet In years. his abdomen and who now lies at thu Oorliol .Men Victorious. city hospital dying. Mrs. I'ahcy saya Lkxi.noton, Ky., March 25. The dis that Crow came to her house and tried trict conventions to select delegates to to assault her and that she took lib the county convention to nominate a own pistol away from him and shot democratic candidate for state senator him. She at first claimed it was an at have resulted in a victory for Maj. J. tempt nt suicide but says she did this Kmbry Allen over Capt. May. which is through fear. a victory for Senator Gobel's forces. From Had In Worse. Sol Vanmetcr will, be the nominee for Louisvii.lk, Ky., March 35. -- Hob the legislature from the county outlllanks, the Mayflcld criminal assailside the city. ant, condemned to be hanged, is well Suit For S'.'!. 11(10 Da ma cm. of smallpox, and has been sent in from Fkankfokt, Ky., March S3. The ex- tho Kruptive hospital to the jail. ecutor of Kaz llreedcn, of this county, Hlnnks would have been hanged early e filed suit Tuesday against the this month, but the smallpox has gainit Ohio Kailway Co. for SS5.000 ed him a respite until April. damages for the killing of llreedcn list Died From Her Wound. month while he was crossing the railPaiiih, Ky., March 25. Jane Tillman, road in a buggy. the colored woman who was shot by Held for the lira ml .lury. her lover, Charllo Williams also Loiisvillk, Ky., March S3. Dick died from the effects of her Parrent, who went gunning for Ne- wounds. Williams, who is confined in shotgun, jail, declares the shooting was accigroes with a was held to the grand jury under 31.000 dental. bond Tuesday morning. Threaten the Kilters. I'ollanl'H Cumlhl.icy, Richmond. Ky.. March 25. Two Moo II. Pol- mon elders have invaded Kstill county, Jackson. Ky., March S4.- -0. lard, of this place, has announced his and arc holding a big revival near Wincandidacy for railroad commissioner ston. Some of the people ure making threats against the elderv for the Third district of Kentucky. SC5,-()00 IIol-lada- v? fl Chesa-penli- col-ore- d. double-barrele- d 1 f, Nov-alich- cs loo-an- d d e - lloth I.ec tSroken. Struck HI Head. Hoi'Ki.Nsvtt.i.K, Ky., March 24. A Hoi'KINhvili.k, Ky., March S3. Kvcrett, son of J. II. team of four mules driven by Henry Everett, of Falrview, died of spinal Jenkins ran away Wednesday, throwmeningitis lifter a brief illness caused ing tho driver out and Inflicting probby falling from a chair and striking ably fatal Injuries, lloth of his legs his head violently on the floor while at were broken. play. Two cases are reported here also. .Murder nt 1'arU. Dropped Dead of Apnpltrxjr. Iaf.is, Ky., March 24. Clarence WiIticiiwo.NU. Ky., March S3. While lliams shot and mortally wounded ,Tiic undressing for bed Miss Mary Foster, Tillman, lu this city. Wednesday afteraged OS, n highly respected lady of noon, lloth colored. No cause is given. Ualdwin, this couuty, dropped dead of Acqu'lla Palmer, a wealthy farmr, apoplexy, . died Wednesday, aged 9! yours. Me-Kinl-ey L aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa sV svKli''n?l'1lIU - jmiSBXXaBKBb I MPPTTi ' iAisBBmmM ujiAta JLi,. J?MH lyir i'Ti fj'jipwpwM.fi''v !S5Ma!3h Kff&ifi&ii ' $ l r t & LOCAL NEWS. A.' W iti.ri'iii.KMSs Coins to Build This Spring? Wo can furnish you with everythijg needed to build with . . - i . ut . . . i VERY LOWEST PRICES. Rough Lumber, Ure.-se-d Lumber, Doors mill The St. Fiiul Pioneer Lindsay went to Fulton last an ciliiorinl on "Tim Trust week. makes uu earnest upptl Sen the Ladle. 0..fords at .... .. ui it jo .1 hitAW s. ino itepuuiiciiu imrtv to ti.it Chits. Perry and Elmo Beeves went tho initiative in breaking iIunW to Fulton last week. m,Ht bv P,.,,ejl nf ,u, t,uifyft,a, C. .1. Worth, the miller, of Miwcow mill deoaros that it the m.vt n., , was in Hiekiiiun, Monday, .clling flour. j,,kh Kv tno pu0,,t,r James Parker, the superb carriage lief from these l,lo Vourilijj in ht,t.rHl" niiiintnoth tnounpolfe- mini, of Fulion, w .tain the city Monday n Orpin-- '"constituting 5y A bargain in inoiiHtrotiH V dies at Buchanan s from 10c to Soc. curch v oi monopoly," thiit thofjte publican l.,.FlVU .,,.,..- - Jf. Dciiti.i. -I- 'miiitvOmirt was iii session MonPioneer Press in nil Intimity day. and transuded considerable r-5- "1 Don't j a A ; eesaoo Word in Your Ear! MMavnaM ? o3e mt . 'iForget- ' ' That wo nro HEADQUARTERS . r,8 Ak Our object In helling tr for . . - busi-Th- o ties- -. Shinnies, Nails. Builders Hardware, Paiuts niul Oils, i Lime, Cement ami Planter. Let us llgmv with you. Sash anil Bliuds, indow. Mr. Clarence Bmusford and Miss havo caused it to become frifch: Miuul Wright, both of Fulton, married ,.u,. f,u the future of the Remis Friday of la-- t week. I ,mrty. Mr. and Mrs. Turner ami son. Char The Ohieago Times Herald, h . he, of Mil.iu.Temi . parents ot bid otll(r Republican orgni 8ii v n . iloruer, are MMtlng mm at .Mr. um .. , , atltlitiir LiimiitlA..r.i ' ,1IS' to mid enhancing r L Republican paper, hut tut traY' . U 12 to . . . Chill Tonics, Cough Syrups, pBKBteSiBaHSHL com m.iM M A K W1'2 M O N K Y. WANT TO SKLL all we can Some may hell below and uiako money, but wo can't L P. &W.S. Ellison y-- l, lore,, and ahould ho regarded ' "' " "" Itnleiii to pnbllii policy, mid shohU ' HaT One Bargain Lot in Mem Shirts be show ii no mercy by OOUrln ii J I t i leclnliit tircff. at Uucliuuau'h, SO and 75c values K , f H'- ( i! niices contiic Tnilof" A1 CIUCS' j SOMKT1MKS IT I.OtJlCS like we tml.l bolow cost, but the run. boa fur that lies m buying cheap. IT IbOUKUF.SlIUvtopnt ,nTHv' fniwllOC VUUUlW' n.. Ull, -- Prices as Low as anu piBfOHant Safeig M12NS PKUCALi: liuiii'ojKl 'STlmo Table. T N., 0. & St. L. K. It. I.B.VVKS: Tmin Sii V, hi ;l (' n in ' J. 1 ."."'' !' in Tmlu mmm . ti AllltlVKS: Train Vn . i, IS n Tihiii No 1, i Wi ni in I I Seuator Lindsay, v it f i pi& infii-- "-' L iiliinmniMi -& Overtowii,peiidsdaysexaniiuinKcoui t ivmut) h MtAiiul returns to onouhu rati ir ..k.alwl towaB,H. Ilt firht only , tlt.it Mime one else has captured it. ..T,mt Ls t,R, U11 uukII(l,t cutof nlf w" Tho mo.t uiuusiug tiling Ls thn wouifcn ho wuut a hat jim Ux'ause Mrs. Joifc A HopkiUbville ejcpnrt s.iys that tho The Henderson Gleaner, fruit crop Ls far from oeim: killed ly 1ms ono like it and look., no nice iu on the multiplied Trust 8 the cold v,pfttmr, will Ih heavy this Polbly Mm Joun h:vs fare, fijnr that are robbing and plundering year. Thi will eiicour.ige us until an '' and stylo .ui unlike hers ic a tunilidls. other expert comes form and telL- us unlike a radish, but dear me, that uinkk-the people, wuggentft that the peo- coutrarv. no ditrcreuce. She'll insist ou hit via): ple havo no grounds of oompiniot -- There seems to be no doubt that J1"", . T. as they elected the party that the peaches, and in fact many of the ...r. .,.....- - ,i illJlftlJTLt ..... i...., n t tiVf IHV .il li"H. tlr trees are It then feeds the Trusts; and wonder if will not K killed.a bhxnn pixsible trees. a study "f adapMng styles to faces mid eveu ou tlie c-the people will tUand it. Yen, we aslhevlook almost :ls le,d now u.. knows exactly wliatblio mexls Ti have grown to believe that the they did in midwinter. rylnxlv can t make good furniture 3F"l'hv swcllest thiuus iu town can ChPAse-&-SoriboT- 4 people of lhe United StRtes, or h nrf t"- liin H' tintit lilt ri..ui- 4il I tin MU.- t tiki llllll l bo touml in Shaw's new department. of ttll khid; Special altetitloii given to the selling of Keal .. I our oiutrH iw ever vnt uiiiVuiK of .. majority of them, will stand any. C. mrn iiif. mn.r Tiiniiiti mid repienent it full lino of the bent unit moul reliable Fire fiif .... ........ J'.w...' a..vcr A little circular ent out from NOthing that partisan feeling recom1rmI cant make Ky , signed bv IS cHizens wiv Oompaides doing htiiuft. hi tlje State, and that "Old ItelUldr" i mends, even to an entire revolu- iu that no cue of small pox had been MU'lUAL l.KNKKIT ,YK INSUHaNCK 'JO., that ha alrrady 4 -iu that town, eont-:..to tho rejwrt of paid out largely over ylOO.OOO Lift liintirniiee li Uinkmnii and tlrlm-ty- , tion of oar Government. iUUUU I)r J. AV. Manire, has rai-i- tl the iloc. and In Ismilng the beiiieit niul bent policy of any rrirt.'ar Lifo tor's ire to such an extent thiit Ijh has Cubau Government. liiKtirani't Uompauy doing buiiuetN hi this country. He hollcht sued the iiarMes that signed the circular riib- lor 9t,uOU aauiautji.. .tiur imUinmiic. CJull mix! hum lillu. tjiw rTiif ni a . .uuyr iiit rj t O" ' r- - , .1V ABstiiVT5lSfrt ifr? mnm 1kit.ak...ikiiMa.uVttA.Nt . mi wiiii . t.. iTtr i.... It take kunclr. and talent and " J"-meat w ill bn eslabliHhed in Cutia, soldier wr-- of Companv I, fourth"r. practice Win n von are out b03s for ix sitUfaetory f itrtittiire really or nominally,' of the Cuban nesaeo, on their return homo from Cuba, htoro, don't i.siLs by. We nro that paper says, will bo in a few people's own choosing, but it Is i valu euouu'h to tlllllL tlmt lln.n. duvh. Several Hickman iKiysaro in that ish t another More quite no full of as certain to become a part of belrPin,Cnt, and their return is uuxioas lN.iiify niul ntyli- .Monrs. It will IX awaited by loved ones, I United SlateHiiH time exists. This certainly do no harm to visit us. ' i. belief 18 entertained by our Gov- A voting man, Ed. Carter, was 1 Av.. Accc': IV evidently by all our lead- CaV ST ? ing statesmen, irrespective of po'cued of hwearing falsely in order to Stephens Smith.! lady Sold only by u license to marry a youiiK II BFrinWN' b.ieal iii.riios. Mini v fliihaim renl. in whose father savs site is not near twen ly desire annexation now, others years old. Truly, the course of know that tho powerful hand of t'ruo love never did run smooth. irsju tiaruain i,ot iaiiies rine i.m the United States is upon them Shoes, ?1. 60 amHa values go at 1 nt( nud that rosistence ia useless. Be- Buchanan's. ' ! sides Cuba is so near our- shores The Mississippi Itiver Coniiulssion ' that thousands of Americans will has allotted $..0,000.00 for repairing and Buckeye Binders Mowers, from Cairo populate the island, and iu a few building lovees Winslow, in down, and W charge of chief engineer years the large majority sentiment the Bird's Poiut District, lias written to A tiva Call and look at my Implements boforo buying. ill I.I udiro Barrv. President of tho Levee will be American. Tho same w S . Boanl at Bird's Point for his views us ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES IN oh true ot ltiao. in reguni t0 how aml wh,.u the money can be to the far away Pbillinines eon- - used to the best advantage. Mayor Lang, of Padncah, beeins to ditions are very different, and tho AND the people of his to them belongs with fu- have determined that thev can be made future its i town shall be good if ro v preventing them from pursuing ture. their ordinary avocations on Sundays. Ho has issued a llainiuu proclamation, The Philippine War. ) thnt on and after the first Sunday iu Anril ull lines of business prohibited by Almost continuous fighting ordinances ou Sundays mast cease ou , NV tN JiY COUNTERS. Fb In progress iu the Philippines, those days. J. J. C. HONDUUANT lias hough I the Grocery Slock of Ai.rr.i Mr. llnxh Lewis, a brother of Bob My iiurehiiM- - tin- - . . and continuous victories for the M'I).Nir.i., in tliu Powell Hlork, and will continue biitdiicM at that other in RICHNESS. VA- of this place died at H1LTY and ,lil.l xii'TjiatteniH uru our own, amino stand. lie hu.i milled Inrgcly to tho stock, and will keep etjtml to any Americans so far us they go. The and John Lewislast Sunday, und was Hiekinuu, Kvy fear of duplnMii.iii Mvsbelvcs aro cmwded with tliu Mr. Lewis had inferior material of the insurgent buried here Tuesday. t hit. Ri ,. looMest productions. world 'h Among tho a long afllictcd .iu, .ire ttnti armies cannot fitand before the been had aboutwith dropsywhen he time was recovered and superior courage, heroism und 'attacked with pneumonia which result-- ' 0l Quality, Quantity, Prices and Variety, to select from. IIu solicith tho guns of the AmerieaiiB. Tho Fit-- e(l hiri "0,lth. n and leaves a wife and four children. f trade of hi patrons of former years, und the public generally, promisIippinoH fight and run. and bo far1 Maylield Democrat. ing touml nil FAIR DEALING. no decisive battles.j have risked Tho Uniou city Commercial oppos- Their army is poorly organized, ,es ceding tho Keelfoof Lako overflowed Lako county, lamls lacking overvthiiiL' necessary to ,whu.h of Obion county to for tu, pur. ciM'nc Ci iA askul by Lako ,J iV if1 U It11 1 success. Their strongest defense p,oof building a levee for thoreolaina-- , is thenpproauhiiiff wot, hot, sick- - tl,)I,of h"cjl lun,,ls' population of thrutv a mcut IVmmuI 0 season, The further they re fariiien. induced thereby, could injure! treat tho more Anipriimn sol.liers tho general welfare of the people of. - PreMdi-n- t JIcKiiiley will be who i.t one of the boat lawyers assainated before May 10. in OnnpreflH, pays, that the only -- Farmer are von- - mneli behind in to throttle tbu Trn-tnby their lnvparafioiis for this vi'.ir'st it? to "repeal The weatlnT has been so wet mil cold Federal that no work of any account could be tariff on uyorv artiole. the pro- l clone. the oonu-o.ieny (motion oi wn.cu Men 512.00 custom made Suits may not eau be bought at BuehananV for ?:t 00, the triHt." Some people .V00 mid $7.;i0 to $,!. Pants at think Lindsay orthodox or .some . . . Clinton . 'h ',ltilings, but he it Democratic tot .i , ...... ,u in ". .... n'" 7. V.WU..J "'"- the uoie on this. are usually acini ted. and won- " ",",u " " .V.r i iihtu u, iu uc m. oi im-- ; Vill They Stand It? w-i- ii illetioirtlini lil dietmenr at t'hurlotte, Tenu., was tried and ueiiuitted. -n- ameKumor says we will havo a wedilniL but as we don t know forsuro. we will wait till next week to tell you about it. Au Kvnuxville. Ind Moiium, .!, to-da- of Col-- , It iH tlitt Mr. O. N. Walker, ninbnx, Ky., who has b en under in parly to J I The Pioneer ProH ik'clnroB illltv of the Uemitilii: ITUlOW repenl every liroleotive ' duly under Iho Hlieltor of whjeli!, j j it buueiluinriuM havu orgmiized a, JiOtKl UIlU . , ooinblmilion of any nort ,0 "dvunue pricow, nod the Tillies ...... .1.- l.l ........ ii It lieilllil kiijh 1. I'liiiuioun ino ..!ie .. .1 1 tht'T. l. ., CvC. MI .tvl.' -i . mid wtlerm., niul $I.W). 3'.Kj r.l... f 01 IIIU 1TUBB IU II UUi. SIIlH'lS. nice int'ikj 4jTitii1i-i- t iiialoa i , legit-lalio- i i - x g. t $. jd-o- -- Opeuiiij- week iu millinery circ) is always a notable one, and attended by a Rreiit deal of .wsip and itlfr Who has ordered this hat or that hf whether it will become her, unit a thoos and other questions prosem thuinsel s Inr tint i'liiisiiliinitimi tif tbi! fnir u. Some women see a hat they like, try j ni ,m,j tufcc it without liHikin- furth t sind they are much more liable to bo ;t ' 4 mwv ! UUIj k im j "" " Ko. '.'lOO ilif (mhxI Stj-U- , ply Linen Collarh, 10c i)ur.iH'rH. it's Hard To Bo. IT WILL PAY YOU to we our FURNISHINGS m:ruiiK yop BUY I i- - . wHod than the woman who runs A srs "' !"'". I pm 5 es9iseaogic388HHnii z. B, mi com-luentin- j; -, ' .I'l .TJH 4 '.W.h.l" Atltl-- REAL ESTATE i.- -- - caVfejareS ?(o? an t. .... I i -' ...--- - ur-mi- ee J urr 1 1 " ' I "- . " i , $. f; vh . ' if tvitfiViutc. -- y-"- !' - , W i prK-nre ty-on- j. J &1!&ky ( hvT5 ir;,,, ILlxUXliil Dealer G-- . IDT. HEEHilVt Keatucky, Solo Agent for Vulcan Chilled .Plows, ami & e &'fcfcfttf'fr',''rt, Spring Openin HIGH-CLAS- Disc Harrows, Disc Cultiva- tors, One Horse Cultivators, - One Horse Harrows, and Hay Rakes, Forks, 4c r SPRING SUMMER Resumed Business I fi- - 1 Dress Soodsl l& i -- aoswmjunt .. nn.,!! 1 i 1 Devon Piquo, Lu Grocery Establishment Arundel Pique, Siren Dimity ;cks, Jyptmil Madras, i I source of supplies ou the Ke enforcements aro ou the way, and being started. There can be no doubt of ultimate victory for the American, even if it bent the price of (he complote V V The Courier has nover known louder or more continuous talk about "bad roads." In every direction pieces' of ' roads aro declared impassible, nnd all want something done. But what arm they going to do about it. For years tho saiiio conditions, probably not so bad, havo existed, and tho result has Tho people been no improvement. extermination of (be Fillipinos. would welcome uuythiug that prouuseH improvement. How long the sickly season will Heir Sco Buchanan's Easter Millinery delay, or whether the push und Department. Why wear your old hat xriiniueu uut can dash of the Americans will secure when an up bo bongut from 50o up. sea-ooas- t. o will bo needed to protect our UulOU UOUIltv is not iipijurum. And many otlurs 1 and French ('Jbandics, Lawns, uj i estic n Cookin Ran ffes, The Best in the World ! You have the nere. prcltu-n-t i ua,e anuiu Also. to stik .f tillC for Shirt Waiuta over howu VsllsILBi ud SATTINS. , ui-- an net Jflakc a M intake si.Jj Mi , Ladies' iiiw.ii ........ ni... ...- - Roaiiy-nil rnui II Shirt Waists, bin la Buy-IagOaeo- f tliese Ranges I Ono of its Strongest Points is its urn l irom II,. 11U .auuiactd seiwou. They aro bought und very nro porfcct-llttiug ECONOMY IN THE USE lilu-tlui- e OP FUEL! Otlit-r- . J at once, cannot be seen, but the result is inevitable. It democrat, Tub but it bad rather see Fulion county have good roads than the present candidates Gov win) i of Kcutuuky, old Courier Is a dtb-iii-n- f having bought tho Hoou & Mokmuu Roller Mills' announce to tho fanners that tllOV specially bOlioit thoil trade, and will do everything to merit their patronage, uivo ub a cimnco Hoes & Eveiwol. provo ti- nEvei-hol, i DIJMTOJI TKADK. i i- ticj I cordially invite i vi n 'iolv to eland oxumino my entiro stock, lv ,., WHITE APRONS ihem-sinmake lot w these, cheaper thnu you can Ibiken Biscuits in 4 Minutes Buyiug u .MujuBtio" menus n Light Bread iu 40 Minutes. of Kconoinlcnl Cooking ami compare ipiahtv and So. zzsB v-4 0. AMBERG. runnw j Call and Kxaiiiliiu Thvm. You'll lluy no Bring Your Job Work to the Courier Office. .w -- ,'V.-. mrWf?1fv V fct wiv f&XTvBfl "iVtirfTOif vvoi MMmrnMt wthtt m "nrj hi tr , wrwru w wBnir.jwwij n nrnmm ! n jiiii rmiwiin J r f 02w for INDIGO-BLUE I -!&. HA Til IS s rhOIA8 .j I 1 aa rb 1 iaI LINEN Crash FOR TOWELS Worth 10c, at 5C. BLOOMING KVIUKXCKS 0' 'ItlXG ON EVMY HAND. And Yard-Wid- e Wc? .zojara jVever Brfghtar Never Mora Prefiavad. LADIES' 9c ; l W Domestic. In Every Corner Can be Seen GLOWING BEAUTIES for Spring. ALL Linen Hemstitched tlio New Styles and Toes, nml nriro limn our competitors. Rest values In town for Wo bhcnv I! Ladies' Slippers. at much less I (MflFft - 98c tO 82.50 S'tTIT ry jm .& h mm. J ho-lc- ot Ladies and Misses OUIt fJHOWINO Clothing Department. t SKIRTS, i Illitck ,5 J f WEIA-tR- , .A. ZKTEW I H5M L ft &&1 fvft Ik Wo liavo tho largest liuo WE WANT evriy Woman In Hickman to in tlio city to seo thorn. Wo can hIiow yon the prettiest from. and cheapest in town. Not Milliners' prices but much less'. 10c to $2.00. SAILORS from son:' r, a v tim-TiUii- ig, Wash Goods of uvcry description. Onr Sprlmr line of MENS SUITS is now port wi lit tim: nml thoroughly Fancy Cinwiinoro MENS WITH in worth ftf.RO, for 1 completo-eve- garment well q 0 Amerieatt V 7-'U 4 ' k M J MENS SUITS in Worsteds, Cusimt?rea anil Cheviots, well worth $10.C0, for MKNS SUITS in Worsteds and Cussunoros, mid Mjnurt- cut, worth J$lfi.OO, for - rr OO.UU q.q O 1AJ.UV VtifJ J ' '' ' and rouud ri no sm Mil HANKER" BRAND SHIRT-WAISTS- Form. Piques, Dimities, Organdies, Lawns, Jackoiiet's, !i f 1 I M Etc., Etc. LARGE TOWELS, 46x24 in 10c 25c HEADY MADE. Hint are hung graco-fullfit jwrfiMly, and uru vllWiiurnd, upto date ntylui. y, (OR5&TS .- Summer CORSETS, 25c YOUTHS .SUITS In mk-iaImv. age HI 15 no Serpen and Fancy to IJ, price from 35.60 Cal- - ka qiL iL.wu O The only Slurt Waist made that hliow you by far thi'larcht Crfjtun .Silks mill Series, ami 118c TURKEY RED TABLE CLOTH, LACE CURTAINS, 75c ti Kiuu'ics, to $8.fi0 i It-- c to'$3.50' Wash Skirls. Cnislio, Unous, Ducks mul White Piques, from , fly y will Fit to Perfection. Wo can and huu(l.ioniet lino in tho city. I I Jane Rcpkins JttMTitfmm, ... i.k1 Ibih to 51.60 yj IVrcnlo Shirt Waist, worth 75c, for 50c. Full l.iie linj). IVn-ale- , .Madras, Bedford Cord Kewes tBi and Piquo WaiMs. Ht 3.1 Yry latest Styles. 1 Slraw jOaliiBg. Ladies Muslin Underwear. Uidi ziu-- A beautiful line of "ticw il Draw - String Ribbons, in and Fancies, at 8, 10, 12Jc. ItleuK. Satin-Shirro- : t A i We cHrry lim city Kancy mihI ami set; llii'in. l'rit'i- (Ik; Inrt vtniotv innliro Plain. Ite ( niSST MAOK Are tin) ( atid 11KST 1'ITTIKG. Sold only 11 Y Ladies tidies Vtirtiu Coret Covore, trimmed in Laco or Embroiderj--, US. t. N'ulin Clowns; trimnied in Embroidery Empiru and hinh L htyloH. at .fiOc .Mu.slin Ombrella Drawers, Laco or EuiLroiderj- - Triinmmj:. - Sasn-BucKi- es so to 75c J slails at 10o t at Iidi-'- . Muslin Skirts, trimmed in Lace or Embroidery, 26 tofiOo 7m; to $1.25 nnf Dnin Dill i I nl U1,u U "vllv) I Ready to Wear. V i. . :i r7T H-HHW-- y vWv-' TH E W; & DODDS BALTZ -- fa V-Vl- -ir Vr-- ?-) V-- ?H vHf-V-V- a Lr- - local' and Personal, -- Look ont iJl I, i ! mt, from Florida. leY- - 1'or K" ii. A. Tyler luw rotnniwl tn 1 inr H.Htlo. i?o ni Matiuui. of Mt .leiinio W. M. ShawStatu vimIMhk Mw Mr c for the April 'Tool." StnndanllVintiiat lltviiAX Line, Carpet SllAW'fl. nml Mrs. Hurry Barrett have ivelivel at reimtnil to their homo In l)riiiitn. G.i ' Mi Hnttie Pinklv. of Giarksbun:. gvy. See tin new Itriitu FnrtiUhliiK Teiiu., is vUltliiK Mi LMy Koarby. Sl.K-fM. II. Ml aw n. at Mls Bswie Spates, wlto has, -- (irl pill lMnroi are iiiiiihmI in Lou-I.i- vw.miK hero roturuml homo Wreduos-day- . to attmul tho bnril of m1iooI-l- a ilv 'Ceil vis MiM M.ii l'iris, who lm -- MUs Jwslo Nler Is vUiliiiK ndhtives ItiiiK m Cairo, rutumud home Weiines- in Mo- - lpliH, and will Ins theiv a week day. or niorj. a Si'o Buchanan's now stylo pat , A Hiillil aJlver Thimble, (narnu-teetorus of Floor Muttiupi for loo to i'oc. at tho OLD RELIABLE, for 20c. Servi-e- s at tho Christian Chmrh, TIimukkIoii wiik vUlted by a con Sunday morning and ulfrht, by Eld. A. fiidorablB rain and hail Morm Sunday S. D.uaiey. Heninj:. Workmen will eoininonco in a few - Wm. Crmtio, a citizen, days to put in an iron and plate tflass is ititiiKomnsly siek of piioumonia at his mint in Haltzer As DckIiis store build-IiiK- . homo near Miwuw. Sand, sand, and nouo can bo had as GnVTry a barrel of Erin Limo and from Lr.iiKOlio & Roikus. lou as the river Is at its jiresent sUiko. Star Improvements and buildings aro beiuj,' None better. ! Ik-o- h ll tr-md well-kiipwii i Hiirtniiii in a mw HtiriiiK to HudJiairinV. Uoyor, of Fnltou, wa.s In V. the t uy Monduv. - Mit Shaw. jr.. wont to N.whvillo, l;wt wwk on btihiin". rigr- - ovoralU. a full, new lino, jiwt r ) J, Bransfonl. Arthur Messrs Tituiworthanil Has Br.insfovd. of Oitv, were in the cltv Sunday. Now Madrid (Mo.) Reoord : Col. R. T. Tyler, n prominent lawyer of Hickman, Ky., was in New Madrid last LiK-k- o Un-i'i!i retarded thereby. v ok on iiu.4ne.srt. A nito lot if FliKir Mattiupi, thu latiwt natlerns fr6m I'.V to !Kk' per yard. :t.2l-0- l H. O. AviiHito. aT i have a lot of LADIES and next OltlLDKHN'S SHOES which I am i Cost. Tliey are Bargains. Sunday. Also muni) now hatri, ami also 2.21-l- t II. O. Autumn noiiiu new friMikH, Eahtur Services at tho Ejiiscopal HiHwior Ba. Hueliauan offers Ohuroh, Sunday. Special solectious of lo. Sliootlui; tit inusic, tVre. On the,'program Is an adontorprimit? neighbor, tho Fill dress to tho Sunday School by Mr. War , ton Leader, is to pit out a pivial ron, on Easter. Regular services at 11 showing 'Ho industrial interests am! o'clock. advantages of Fulton. Chairman Luton, of Fulton, ami Mrs. (!. L. R.iinllo nml tluuchtrr, Griffey of Hickman, have called a comyisiliiiK near Fulton, mittee meeting, April, Oth. to deterIMlss Kate, are e.illed by tho UIiicm of Mrs. Raudlo's mine, tho manner mid tuuo to nominate brother, "Mr. R Mitchell. for Statu Senator for Fula Domocrat Shaw now has Shoes and soils ton. Hickman and Graves counties. rrft thorn at "Grocery Proill.'' jrsflT- - Ladles Shoes and Hosiery at SHAW'S. -- MlsstH Leila Shaw and Cora Lebia Brown visited their brother ami sister, Haas' Hog Cholera Remedy in a Mr and Mrs. A. M. Shaw, at' Statu Liuo suit against Sid Bray, beforo .ludgo hmt Saturday una Sunday Kd.ii by, Tuesday, wont out of Court, -- Tho Woodland Mills correspondent j because hey had contracted to adverof tho Obion Democrat sajs that Mr. R tise same in tho Courier, and failed to O. Caldwell, an old citi.eu of that do so. This" proves tiiat you should neighborhood, hurt moved to Hickman. keep your contracts, especially when it advert iso lu thu Courier. Einniutt Shull, who lost both lop is to viiihw-ji' ?lu,,8",r "" ",m a night or two ago, by full, at Fnltou, ST cihiiHii and S.tnlKirii'8 Coffoo is mcs- n..u ol every opportunity to ,J rr, ,wf ,, r has been ear-- ' ii1wmT.iIiiiiiiiio. It iii Mm nnii'i-i.M-- : itig under a moving train u...i SeVernl of tlio orkcrs' tbut wo will Biive jou inoucy Hod to homo at Jackson, mid there that is bought by tho best families of Chased Sanborn's famous RoiisteiU!of-"l,5I U a prospect.)., hi,, animate recovery, Hickman, sold ouly by II; Bouan'ax. H. Buchanan. fee, sold ouly by by bitting from ua. uk Sjuiuicli. t Then) will 1m Mr. A. D Soars a prominent hard-warmediant, of Union City, was' in thoeltv Monday, vIhIUhk tbu laiuily of Jlr W. M. Slniw. n BzSr WoUniKlit ularKO supjilv of Seed Potatoes and Onion hotts early, when they were cheap, and will havo you money on tlmui. Lmwutu As Rookrh. Mrs. It. T. Tyler was to leave yes lertlny for C'dnmbi.-.- Teiin., lo visit lier lUughtor, Miss Bovue Frouoli, who is attcudui; Coluuibi.i Institute. Henry Romley, is said by some nowH,Hipcr to lie candidate for tho fiwn Fulton and Hiekman. The Oourier lia.s mi uulhontutivo . Log-islHtu- houio beautiful at our olinivhos hjioo-iii- l ;agr I sell-in- g idlt-ion- I I . RICK.VAN FOLK A11R0.W). Hon. It. T. Tvler l"ft Tiiosilay, for'. W XF.1V MXr IIP JR1VKI.HV The Courier Congratnlated.- Frankfort, to look after r niton connty'i Wo havo received a new liuo of foods Cayce, March 27. n.i.4iiin!ic lMfor file btato Jso.iril (Fnim Bardwell Pnsti.l id will makii tho following low prices : Rtinaliratlou: and business beforo tl I want to congratulato tho old C'our-- " Miss Mario Brevard, that most charmEJjin. or Waltham, Watch, $.) CO. Court of Appeals. new and dress, and tho' 1liit tr WTnlliMfii .l tii .iLT ingly majestic of all of Columbus' fair ier on its to do form to pay up niv sub-- . best way it is KjVSeo our lino Now Stylo Dr filled citSP, $10.00. vLsitors, camo up on tho Roweua Lee scription. Tho old Courier has hosts of H Bithasan Skins fioin .0e up. Solid tJohl Jimtrs, ojial.s. ei 00. lnat Sunday nioniiiig from her Hick-ma- friends throughout tho County, but wo Solid Gold Riuirs, Emerald and 4 Tho Now Madrid Roconlsays. Mr. homo that her lemons of friends havo felt that it, like tho old town of. MiHier, widow of tho lato Ooo. Mosic, opals, $1. 75. Hickman, didn't havo the "get up and1 has shipped her household poods o Solid Gold Rings, Moonolio and miplit fenst ou her company for a nnnit get." Why don't the town of Hick-- " Hickman and will i;o there to live is Ruby, $1.00. so to speak. Yn editor had tho pleas- - man and all its merchants get up steain1 holid Gold Cyrano Necklaces, in . . ,x. stKin as she receives the insuraiico hr i mv ul '"" ... . ..i. XXXX youuK moy S com too? husband carried in the Woodmou OnlT Hoaris. glirimif S.lv.-- nod pauy for forty seconds that moniim: Kohl. 15olo2oO. of thhtity. aiKiug irom juss ismersou's Iiouk ut Farmers Free Column. Bracelet, from .75 to $2.60. Tho Ijiinl williiiK. thoro will Iks tfr tho Episcopal church and would have KERR & HANDLE. Under this heading will hereafter bo1 usual ncrviees at tho Baptist Olnim been there yet but for well, thoy snv published notices not to exceed 6 lliies' Hflxt Sunday. S inject of mornim; ib silenco is golden uhIons you've , course, riiiiowiun .lesys, in uin aiju xiicKiuau wimnicur uramaiu to advertise. Col Bob Tvler, each, from farmers who nro enbscrib-erswho have horses, mulos, cows, pro"Tlio woiiinn at home." Every one is it iConiedy havo in rehearsal the lauftli about the wealthiest of Hickman's tlio vnmiii nf. liii? Siblo comedy, "Not Snch a Fool as Ho vitod, camo on the saum steamer. ducts, seed, &c, for Bale, frco of charge W. W. HoitNiiu, Pastor aMKiks," and intend irivlnir a ,mblu pt service. tho gracious cantaiu of which held ins (irnianco at an early day. due an boat nnlil Mr. Tvler s.'itnK- - rtnivwif,.i Conic Forward ! SewiiiK Machine with full vt onncement of which will bo made, his treasure with Miss TntTi Knii.ivnn All persons indebted to O. A. Hoi- of nltachments, at tho ,. io company is rom nosed of llickmiin This shows tht Mnh nu ii i,,, notified that thoy mast como' OluIIkmaiux onng ladies and in tulemen. sonic of null with Mm fttmmimiti M,in!,;ti,..,. combo aroand forward settle. Delays uro dan- Loveo to Tiptouvillo boyom ijlioni aro gifted in their spwial roles. tion. By tlio way, wo heard one of the gerous. Verbum. Sapienti. The o learn tho tlrst entertainment will bo mast desirable and fasciuating of Col- tho possibility of a doubt will have railroad on it within 00 duvs after u iven ror the beiiellt or tlio O. P. ' mnbns' young ladies say that Bob Ty. Wlieut Hunted. mrch. ler could uot her for the ni. completion. In addition to tho bcinui Hoen they" Evcrsol Bobbie, if wo were only von from reclaimed lauds, and ti to wo aro in tho market announce that to buy wheat, creased population, purely tho mUrom wiiiiiii i I'uiiMwiu ; itir. ueo ' '""iii iiuvu u'ui ii'ir raumay anil every will pay the highest market price,hiu. x will boneflt that largo territory wbii ookor. who WH8 workincriit n saw other day till Tuesday when MLss Ma- - any quantity, small or largo lots. rl wt'"tbaclt' now has no such iidvuntugc. illl In MisBouri. die. Thursday of, Hoe.v As Evkksoi.. leninEitls. Uia romnltiH Solno MIchiiraii girls havo, (in je wore1 of course) tormed a club in which tho ronght to liis fatlior'N homo near. bind tlieiiihOJves not to ontertmn ma ord.in, and wan iutoirod in tho naao until they reach the ato of iliorty oeinetery Friday last. Mr. youm. WliHo inanv nitirringomiro min iso5. ooker wus an IndtistriouH ynnnc n ton early in lito, Jin is too old. and doliars to donghuuts that the plcd. in ami was much liked by all his TOM DILLON. . will not bind llicso girls if their Prim lends. Ho was robbed of $S0' Charming comes along. Idle lyitiL' sick at liis boardiui! ( feucCMfor to D. C ICattiago, JfcM,) aoo. This weather has tho county now u. decided disadvantage paper man at Marble Copy runs short about tho day bofor Remnant Counter. Monuments' tho p.ipor Is duo toconio oat and he hi riio greatest luirgains ever offered. mediately jumps on that over prosorj, wn Onramlios and white irixnls K, unmeet, the went nor. and rejoices tm,. t. They aro cheap and nice, atwill miring is hero and that wo shall enjok( u all bo gono. ' mo ifVJ Call for Remnant r STONE WORK of nil Kinds, v nieo warm weather now. Hu article inter. H.C. Amheim. IRON. FENCING, &c, &o. afier care and deliberation joos to pro and the day nftirtho jiaper makes ii appearance 'wo generally havo suoVi The OoBPol yn'alil, now imuie vifi lnll nr ulont mtiiI ii tiirmni m it nif ilcfl'crsonville, Intl. will of the elements. rtly make u trip to tho Cuban Vtft, 1 keen constantlv on band tit' It will have on board a best grades of Flooring, Colling, Siding;8 shingles, Finishing Lumber, MouldiugsJi oted band of proacliei'H and u Hioiuirios ; in fact, tho entire Sash, Dwrs, Paints, Oils, &o. CAU X.tJ.Vli OK it. u. AMiir.ita rw will bo ministers or mission The present week has boon soont bvf kerfl, ami the solo object of the society ladies in visiting HicKinani' ir vuyuco to inuko converts. dry goods and millinery stores, all ofy yacht is tlio largest over built Doti't forget, when you want any- tlio purpose. Jt in 100 feet ,,11.1. lvl,,rM!ul.iiii tt ii,l,,i..i tlrma f.ntbiug iu with an auditorium or olinpthe beautilul displays aro heard on nJi' sides, and truly, tho stores deserve all elwoon decks, capablo of seat- the praise bestowed upon them. Tli u700 oersoiiH. The ileoks will iiti-- j jti pi.iiiii iiuniii .... r;u iiif about 1,0(10 more, and will bo no ory gmsis nun milliner passed. days of hard wor.'i" '"' i"B'"uiimmm stores, after several VllElU'jS .Bf.XX.X fl Tlio boat Is lo placing their largo stock of gooiM'Br praoticable. hats, iVrc. ou display, resembled iiaim o jlatinolieil on the Ohio liver palaces, and throngs of Hickinan's fa'Mll runuli tlio Ommii bv way of ?.l7,.,l"J,l!Vlll.l.!"ni.I.?.flu Y:?1.,?1- - lOtlOhlo and Mississippi w.ueu. rrlnl Bpeet it hiwboeuttBulii week for tho lnJI.B1,on,,W work wl11 l' 1 1 - yr-A-- V- -i -j- r. Slllto.. J 1 n 1 ...-- r - "s a . some-thin- g r-- 1 gSf ' usU-im- act-m- I I HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS, . rS . St., Prop'r, and Granite . 2l-2- t. Hiolsman, Ky. JUST RECEIVED! Flour, Lime and Cement Groceries, -' - i i i'"-an- d Hardware, - Queenswaroy Harness, Bran, Oats MEATS, etc., - hi-- t .i HAY, FKKSI1 ' LEDFORD & ROGERS. iJiW)-",-5!- ,'t til S. : - VJmT 4 3.V " j V;.J zf ?$!, st--J .Aj..1,, Ni hW & w rGains YERY wW'.'afcwwM ik8eratt3aa.'jMaiMt LOCAL NEWS. KllPl'IILR'ANS ALAUMi:u.r io Build This Spring? Wo rati furnish you with thiag needed to Imilil with . at . . . . . ovr-ry- - The St. FaiU Pioneer I?roJ, n A.' W. Lindsay wont to Fulton last an editorial on "Tim Trust lit week. gnrchy,'1 makes an vnruu-- uppt-ifS" Seo tho Ladies Oxfords at SHAW'S 10 the Republican Duny to tide Elmo Reeves went llioinitialivo in breaking down ire Claw. Perry anil to Fulton last week. trusts by a repeal of tho tariff m, C. .1. Worth, tho miller, of Moscow atut declares llint if tlie next C en was in Hickman, Monday, selling flour, rss fails to give the people, r . Don't A Word That vo nro i I in Your Ear! -- x- nian.of Fulton, wa in Hip city Mond.iy. fity-A .Tunics Parker, tho superb carriage Organ-2."c. bie-i-Th1 LOWEST PRICES. J Hough Lumber, Dressed Lumber, ludows, Doors and Sash and Blinds, Shingles, Nulls. Builders Hardware, Paints :iinl Oils, Lime, Cement and Plaster. Let us llgnre with you. f N ! LF.&W.S. Ellison IiuSli'ouri . 1 gnrchy ot monopoly," that tho ( dies at Buchanan's from 10c to Countv Court was iu Mission Mon- - publican party's inline is DenfeS. Pioneer Press Ih an luteus'ily day. mid transacted considerable ucss. iveiiiuiiii.iin iniui, nut ine iriiN Mr. Clarence Brunsford and Mksilinvu caused it tn become flight-MauWright. both of Fulton, married ,,m., foi the future of the RepuD Friday of la,t week. lluitu party. nu The Ohiengo Times-HeralMr. and Mrs. Turner and sun Char lie, or Mil.iu, Teun.. parents of hid. V. .other Republican organ, ways tlist Horner, are visiting him at Mr. alllllng competition ,ru8tB "" ami enhancing in Icon to eonsiitD S- 3- Solid Gold Spectables, f'.f.O uloul(, uo regarded nsiin ,,....., Ei total free at tho UwKkmahlh. to pnblii: -- bargain in "constituting uts," ef from these ''devouring "iiiiuninoth a mm ?e monstrous monopolies ' j HEADQUARTERS l A Our object in selling rtvrWkferr I :. for . ti Li. .353 . . Chill Tonics, I U to . . . .&MkJiML, ?&TrZXX2ZXX&&XSX rea-Hi- u M A K IJ M O N K Y. t,e ; ,, ,. Cough Syrups, Tnilof Al'tirIr8 "Wli W WE WANT TO SKLL all we can. i?oiHii may hell Mow ctwt ami make money, but wo can't. SOMKTIMKS IT LOOKS like we sold below cost, but the for that lies in liuviiiK cheap. Hay OneB.irpuu Lot in Mens Shirts at liucl l.anaitN oO and ?5o values Ko t A 3 iiuo 'fiiMe- K. II. AKlllVKSt N'n. N'u N., 0. U'.AVKv .V! & St. L. l ofCol-i- t Mr. 0. K. Walker. mnbuN K;,. who h.w b en under in-- ' dletiuent at Charlotte, iem... was tried and ae.pi.tted. think Lti.il3ayorMin.lox or homotilings, hut he in Domocratio tn the uure on this. ,..- ! Tlil'l H " " tell you about it. Au Kviiiisvillo. hid. woman, who Seuator Lindsay, believes in spirit nulisin, makes a preMcKinley will be who is one of tho host lawyers diction that President 10. assassinated U'tore May In Congress, suys, that the only Kiirmrrs nri r iiincli bnbilld ill . t wuy to Itiroltie ttiu rti vear's their i)rei).ir.ifions for ituih, toy. ' I''11' weathtThiLs been this wet and cold so Federal legislation is to "repeal itnl ,,. .t'j.fl- tf n,v n..ililll, t.filllil 1i.i H ll.o tariff on uverr..rilole.lhe pro.:,'one controlled by dilution $12.00 ciwtom niade Suits ....n., uuwiiuiau n Some people may not lilu w "'"t1"1 the trtiHf. ..Vt)0 and $7.50 P.iuts ko at Sl.oO to fl. - Train N'n. Ti hIii So J, nt : ill i.""' l'. in ll' Train Trmii .. ' t. (p " n m m rr" -- Damo gfSt-Men's Knmor says we will have a ? lilo'o v.-" imieai be sliovui no moroy by Courts aiiJ ' TinWllOV P'llllilioc .) "HUILb, j lecislal tires. The Pioneer Press declares that WT jH the ltlty of the UepiUdlcaD 111(10 W (JlURS, parlJ. t0 reiieal every proteotlve I , , , 8h.,tor f , il8 ,ullt.(lelnrios have organized a LCHil 1111(1 Oil, &C. combination of any soft, to advance ptieos, and the Titue.. Herald hioh it endorsuH tho vie of tho Press to a dot. I ( .,.? ,,, I ITISOUK DKSIlti; to put Prices as Low S3 as anu safeln Ban- .-- int 31Kj : i . . - a .... ni.' I com-tnentit)r Opening week iu millinery clrcl'V is always a notable one, and atteadeil by a Kreat deal of uosip and chnttcr Who has ordered this hat or that li.it whether it will become her, and a thons . . , tnemswv,, ana oner que, ..ions for tho consideration ot tho fair mix IIIJIJ k mwv MKN'S l'KKOALi: SI HUTS, nice Mvlesand jwitern.. "" " letter. ?.Viuid il.W. Ciood Styles, No. 2100 Linen Coll.ii, lOo. ... i)iti;t;GiK'i'H. IT WILL PAY YOU to u our I ( ll.in ers Ij",0H IU L.V ',1 l hj!w: won-- . ou ami ia.c u wunoui uhikhik lunuer nd thev ariMiiuch more liable to bo s.11 vAkA ,iian tlM, wnlIilM who rnw overtown,.pendsdayscx.iiiiuinKcouiit ..j,.um.,i towanls" at Sonicwoinenseeah.it they like, tryht It's Hard w n JA Iffl IU VUi FURNISHINGS IJKFOKK YOU 1UJYI FrUNIHHINO u i I Will They Stand It? Tho nrrs now we .ire roever n.ive ixwinwis t,ml ,. . .... II V...U.VV...VUV are iwinlly acquitted, and ...V , ..TJ,t sOtU0 JU0 eill,,nml jS tlu. Hwt UUttlllllCht Cllt Of ol, lut, only ,u ?!v?MM to hai all' It mM v t?aFjH JS 1 fort iL it ezwmes&QQiiiG9ao 2 ,tTuTtrr- - Mrs. Joub A Hopkiusville expert say that tlio who wuuts a hat just fur from tieiuc killed bv has ono like it and looks so nice iu it fruit emp on the multiplied Trusts the cold weather, will 1k heavy this Poibly Mrs. Jones has u face, flftiiK ax unlike hers as are robbing and plundering vear. This will encouniL-- us until au-- ! ' and .stylor.idisji, butdear me, a tuniinL. that that ninkfcs other expert comes form and tcll.s us unliko a the people, suggests that the peo- contra rv. no ditference. She'll nisLt on huviih; and weariiiK it. looking likefn ple havo no grounds of complaint There seems to he no doubt that that hat leaving tho matter to fright, iustead mauy of the 'the taste of thoof and ns they elected the party that the peaches,1..11...1 in fact .... ,.'i.i uiilliuer who has inajo . ...... I. : .!... Ftyles to feeds theTruMv; ,,,,,1 wonders .f; oTu teV. a htudyif adnpfing mio uewls. fucw a:tl a exactly what the people will stand it. Yes, we as thev look almost as do.nl now iu knowh iXul iu "'Wwinter. have crown to believo that the! th can't make gtunl furnittm I JnjJt , people, of the United StBtes, or a bo jtf l'he swcllest thines iu town can VJi0X--Ol.tJV4ilvmwh nrt iutolhw' tound in Shaw's now department. making ofour chairs as ever went i rv 'on I majority of thetu. will stand t into the niii-spicturv. Kvory-innil A little circular sent out from v3v0i-that partisan feelius; reoom-mends- , vm uiunu Ky , signed by 4S citizens saveven to an entire revolu- ing that no cus'' of smalbpox bad in that iauu, eonttiuj to thu rexirt of tion of our Government. d Dr J. W Mitnire, lias the ire to sucli un exteut that ln has i-C UUDail UOVerument. sued the parlies that simicd the circular Eurniturc;i.fe!ujsv4..1uxI l Jj "l?1. AfMl .!.... if... . -- Wl . tr. i'P. .'. I l 'nw It takes knack, and talent ami - --practice When vou are out iinwin Pit t will be established in Cut,.,,, " ) eompanvLFmmh Ten- W1 pecting for a satisfactory fiiruitnro i & jr& reall V or nominallVrOf the Cuban nessco. ou their return homo from Cuba, k. ' storo, don't p;iss iw by. We arv peopled own ehoo.ing, hut it Is vain enough to think that there ish't another nlore quite so full of as certain to become apart of the regiment, and their return is anxious- lieauty and style u ours It will ones. United States as time exists. This jly "waited by loved certainly no no Harm to visit as. A young man, Ed. Carter, was ar- belief is eutertuiued by our Gov- - llendorsnu Gleaner, . L-- i i e TZj. I "r, i, T. TTLER, REAL ESTATE - AND INSURANCE AGENT. Special iittetilion tftven to the Helling r'pcsenl a full lino of tho best and most reliable Fire liiMir- tiiicp Coinpanlos doioij Iiihiochh in the Htote. and that "Old ICellHlde" MUTUAL HKNKl'MT LIKI? INSUUA.NCK 10., that has ulready paid out largely over KHi.OUD Life IiiMiiraneo tn lllokmnii and lnlnl-tanil In issuing the (dieitpent and liesl policy of anv regnbir Lifo Iiiixiruniio uompnuy doing ,.. business in this country, He nolicltt ?mII mih! ,, iur.,iMlroi.Hy. Iilm, T4 Htiy-thin- e s, irc lOiCyiw.u ..,.. il ,,..,,,,,, - d Ih-ci- i rai-e- diK'-tor- 's A?(oetccQood . y, .1 w..,,,.wvwu-foVi..riyiiviiKn-uuy-uoiTirar-iai.uo- ir- svv:rav- j?i'.f;.jwwrfwrNwo 1 ffaffiffi vjt-t-s' l. n 'IjSZZPWU ti,' SUuj - - G-( 1ST- - HCESHilVC;, Kentucky, 1.1,1. v.iV,l.iJLtL IJLy IT? ni eri.iiientvidentlybyallonrlead.-Klug statesmen, irrespeotive of . ft li. rv. Smith.! Stephens of swearing falsely in order to a license to marry a young lady Sold only by H HC('HSN luieal iii.rii.'s Miinv uuiiaiiB renl-- ' .i.... ....... ..i.;LIni Hllliav limiri ium nun n inn ...... ...v.. years old. Truly, tho course of lv desire annexation now, others ' . . ..r..i .... ., ..rl trim lnvH iiKVcr (lid rnil smooth. Know iniii .i uiu jjoweriui , ... . ,r..i "V lr,,!ra, go V $1 Ji the United States is upon theml Shoes, 50 and at & .!. lie-- ; Bnchuuan's. ninl that rosistence ta useless. Pidee Cnba is so near our- shores T,jp MtHl,slppl Ulver Commission that thousands of Americans will ' has allotted 20,000.00 for repairing una1 iinmilHtH me islniid auu in ft few huilding levees from Cairoin down, and charge of cbi(f (1If lueor winslow, jeurs the large majority souitmeni the Bird's Point District, has written to ni ..Indirn Barrv. President ol tho Levee will be American. The same ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES IN Board at Bird's Poiut for his views as be true of Porto Rico. Iu regard to how and when the money can be i used to tho best advantage. to the far away Phillitiines. Mayor Lung, of Paducah, seems to AND are very different, and the huve detenaiued that the people of his fufuture us to thetu belongs with good if thev can be made town shall be so by preventing them from pursuing ture. their ordinary avocations on Sundays, lie lias issued a llamiug proclamation, The Philippine War. that on and after the first Sunday in April nil lints of buiiness prohibited by continuous fighting ordinances on Sundays mast ceaso on Almost NOW iN MY COUNTERS. tho-.days. Is In progress in the Philippines, Mr. Hnch Lewis, a brother of Bob My purchase thU eio.i.n ..irTMS.s.rall other in RICHNESS, VAand continuous victories for the RIETY and TiLl. Tb'jMttemH aro our own, aud no and John Lewis of this place died at Americans so far as they go. Tho Hickman, ky., last bunrtay, ana was fear of duphcMiinn MvsVlvcs are crowded with tho . had hero world Int.? .mil louMcat productions. Among tho inferior material of the insurgent buried A1! 1...1 Tuesday. Mr. .. Lewis iStm, . 11. uruiKSY i 1mw iiuiu vnri'iipii-L- i ure .. oi .1.m ... IMM'11 iiimcirii Willi t h'iil .i uii iw i.iiiu.o nrinieH cauiiot sianu ueiore nie.BUfl ha(labout recovered when he was, heroism and attacked with pneunionia wliich result- superior coinage, wl in his death. He was 04 years old guns of the Americans. Ine aud four chlldreu- .Ii)pinos fight and run, and ho far Mayflcld Democrat. have risked no deoishe battles.) Tho union Citv Commercial army is poorly organized, es ceding the lleelfoof Lake overflowed lacking everythin, necessary to , p success. Iheir strongest defense! poe of building a levee for thoreclama-- ,now whs improvction is the npprouching wet, hot, sick incutot sucli lanri.s. population of thnftv and a teeming )y Beason, The further they re- farmers induced thercuy, could injure people of tho ueueral wolfaro treat the uiore American soldiers Obion County is not of tho apparent. will he needed to protect our And many others Tho Courier has never known loud-- ' source of supplies on the er or more continuous talk itlxmt ''bad' I have the prettiest sbxk if Sllf. for Shirt. Waists over shown are on roads." Iu every direction pieces of here. Also. WAMl MLKi nd SATTINS. roads are declared impassible, and all I hau added to nj sio"k,'l the way, ami being Btarted. There want something done. Hut what aro can be no doubt of nlliruate vic- they goiiifj to do about it. For yeans conditions, probably not so Ladies' Roady-M- ft Shirt tory for the American, even if it tho samo existed, and tho result has bad, have Tho people be at the price of the complete boon no improvement. uuythiug that promises Ids season. They aro Imnght wiiii-aro Miniuin n extermination of the Fillipiuos. would welcomo improvement. and very uru pcrfcoi-fittinoircn iroiu uie i.i.umiactl sickly season will How long the cheap, ti t&" Sco Buchanan's Faster Millinery delay, or whether the push and Department, Why wear your old hat Trimmed Hat can WlllTU Al'RU.VS .'... lot these, cheaper than yon can dash of the Arnerionus will securo when an up make them onl ,aol bo bougut from 60o up, It at once.eunnot be Been, but the I cordially invite overybmL o eland examino my untiro stock, CUNTON result is inevitable. and compare (nalitv and o. Hoon & Eveiviol, having bought tho old Courier Is a democrat, irinVnimi Holler MilLV aunonuco to tho Tnii 4ZMBBJA W. Jd.X7XXiJtVr. hiu it had rather see Fulton farmers that thoy specially bollcit thoir I county have good roads than eitb-ti- t trade, and will do everything ro merit W d -' SbT .. Sole Aicnt for Vulcan Chilled Plows, and & pr'KMire , jty-on- e ,,.hn. . ! ',, - 0kWV'VfeWWVW ? Spring Opening! 0 HIGH-CLAS- Dealer in Disc Harrows, Disc Cultivators, One Horse Cultivators, One Horse Harrows, Buckeye Binders and Mowers, Hay Rakes, Porks, 2r Call and look at my Implements beforo buying. 4c -- l tfrt -- S con-ditioii- SPRING SUMMER Resumed Business I o- .J. C. Bress Soodsl sa I I MMmuK, . o - stand, IJUMJUKANT has bought the Orocery Stock of Ai.Klii:i MrI)ANii:i,, in tho Powell liloek, nnd will continue business at that .1. . . . . . lie lias added largely to thu stock, ami will keep equal to any hbi-st- . 1 . Grocery Establishment Quality, Quantity. Prices and Variety, to select from, lie solicit) the trade of his patrons of former years, und the public generally, promis ing to and all FA IK UKAl'liNU. j oppos-The- ir SSlTa Devon Pique, Arundel Pique, Siren Dimity Luccni" Cfccks, Egypt iaijMudras, Poihiai and Erench ('fcandies, Lawns, H Majestio" Cloaking !angesf The Best in the World ! If oil Cannot Mtiltu n MiNtuke One of its Strongest l'oints is its sea-coas- t. ' ' la BuylagiQaeaf tliese Ranges! ECONOMY BukcH Waists, g j IN THE USE OF FUEL! 4 Buying u ''Majestic" Biscuits in means u Minutes Light Urend in 40 Minutes. of Economical Cooking life-tim- e o i Call ami lixaniliu Them. rfDW You'll lluy no Oilier. THAI):. I a S. BRBVArRD, rniur of Keutuuky. of the present euiididutea Gov. hrusc'GlHon Bring Your Job Work to the Courier Office, X .' swSS wwf,mmtmi9 Tj.'-rsr-tv1 m n!iiMf ii'wiwwwrmMM f A . te A TT M -4 .sJ&uiUu for t: AL1.C1VX -- r U " ' f--w 9 W T H tt-M k N j l - K. I LINEN lifntTifitoi " Crash FOR TOWELS I rA. INDIGO-BLU- E - Worth ON FVFJJtY 10c, at 5C. THE BLOOMING FVIDFXCKS OF SIMtlXG And BH Yard-Wide HAND. f,l J ? Wa .were lYever Brighter, JVcver Mora Prepared. m 9c LADIES' ALL Linen Hemstitched -HANDKERCHIEFS. ; 1 V. T WNv i H R.OkffVIai' ISC. u h W3 m m In Every Corner Can be Seen GLOWING BEAUTIES for Spring. 'J.w'fv'a ... Ladies' till tl!0 It . !5nnpr5 it 1 i I Hjfik B.JSk. No fillOW Hest iNOW f price tint ii our coinj)otitors. values hi town for I f1 rt. I OIVIC8 niHJ iocs, mm ai union ..1 .1. InL'l i 98c tO &2.t)0 n?:i: v i amPL My "! r CORE M ko-lo- Ladies and Misses . &: 1 I i ffiswQsyi rin Jf..7A' JMS jf. :'iCk K"7VM! 3 OlJlt fJUOWING Wo liavo tli largest lino I WE WANT every Woman in Hickman to in the city to seo them. Wo can show yon tho prettiest from. and cheapest in town. Not Milliners' prices hut much less'. 10c to $2.00. SA1LOUS from i Clothing DcjKfirtnicnt. Our Spring or MENS SUITS is now oomrloto every garment periectntiiui: aim uioruuKin Fancy Cussimoro well MENS SUITS tn worth fil.ftO, for Hup uii-uruii All-Wo- V7EAR A. ITEW SXTIT I 84.75 j r Fitting Wash Goods Of SKIRTS, I ? HEADY MADE, tlmt aiv nunc fit perfectly, mid are up-tpmco-full- y. MENS SUITS itl Worsted. CllSSillll'reS well worth $10.00, for l,"li!lTl!l,L88.50 muuil js-as, j tivmi ffiKT (t fliS'i .& W..1H'"' in . ovcry descriptiou. v w i - r- -i American and L'.i; Piques, Dimities, Organdies,- U il V I,. ---. .V--..-- rf Va . y - SfPl Ttr . W 'iC7 4VM'iVf Sm MEK8 SUITS in Worsteds mill Cossunerus, Tgl JH mW B Model Form. Summer CORSETS, 25c Lawns, Jackotiets, Etc., Etc. LARGE TOWELS, 46x24 in l'Oo and square cut, worth 16.U0, for O LU.UU lUKaC 1 O date stylus. YOUTHS SUITS in Hluo to K inw Black Crcpon, Silki. anil Huruh, anil Fancies,. 98c lo SS.fiO. &, " Porporf 10, and I'uncy Ciusi i?!5.f0 prieo from S 1.1.50 'HANICEK' DItAXD Tin- SHIRT-WAISTS- .- TURKEY RED TABLE CLOTH, LACE CURTAINS, 25c 75c to$3.50- - J rs. Krtrtt,ft?o' IIUiIiIIiD Wash Skirts. ('msliiv, KJUI'M, only Slnrt Waist made that will Pit to Perfection. We can show you by fur tln larivt and hund.ioiiie.st hue in tho city. Linens, Ducks and from fttH: nir White it) UUlU m?l.fiO ' Full l.iu Imp. "k1 Percale Shirt Waist, worth 76c, for 50c. Percale, .Madras, Bedford Cord and Piquo WnLts. Very latest Styles. Kewsst IdeaK. A beautiful line of" 'new d Draw - String Ribbons, in and Fancies, at 8, 10, 12jc. 'Satin-Shirre- I I 1 ltiiiHiirniT .. 1 m Straw Hailing. Wo curry thn larjjctt vntictv in llw city Fancy Mini Plain, Be suro jlT.5?.r&M. Boy mm M Fu ,p,sv r.vn v" Ladies Muslin Underwear. i f DEST MADE HRST IMTTIKO Sold only IJY US. and soo tlicm. Are tlio and mw&u , U nli l'ri cc ."lit ...- - iltt at 10c ek htyles, at .o0c Ladi Muhlin Oinbrelhi Drawers, ljiico or Embroidery Triinmiuj;. no to ;f at iLndiis Mimlin Coref Covers, trimmed in Lace or Embroidery, ! 25 t) r0n at Iidii Miwliu Skirts, trimmed m Lace or Embroider1, 7kj to $1.25 Vulin Gowns; trimmed in Embroidery Empiro and hiph SasTi-BuGRi- es - nnif DnTn I u"u MUUW) fjlli I Ready to Wear. ,j 13 Jk. tm and LTZS :,i ffliil IR,'' & DODDS. " w JE WBLR Y' I a n.i t lM fnmiokorT... TythMrmTi LZWZ.. Sf:ltlt to Florida noj.otintiir lijiftm te-- r :t -- MitShuv.', jr., went to N;isliville, Line, lust week on luisinij. FJ& nvcnills, a full, now line, just hnvo nteircit at Mr and Mrs Hurry H.irn-tSuaw'h. nniinutl to their home in Hriuwm. CJa Mia Hnttie Plnklv. of Olorksbun:. th new (lent PurnUliiiiK IViiu.. is vuitiiif: MiS4 Lucy Kearby. StK-51. I. SHAW s, nt MiM Utwiic- S.Ues, who law, been Jirl pill lxmreo lire named in visuuik hero returned home Wednesto attend the burial of school-ma- t day. e. MiM Mat Paris, who hu beon -- MIs.lslo FKler i vUiliiiK Hstiven in Cairo, rotuniod home Woones-day- . u week Mo'iphis, nnd will bo thi-iin or mom VdF Seo Ituchauan's now stylo pat-t-A solid ullver Thimhlf, mmr.iu-teeof PliMr Mattings for hV to 23c. .a tho OLD KELIA11L15. forSOo. Services at the Christian Church, Tins section wnx vfiited by a con Sunday morning and uitfht, by Eld. A. Kider.iblo r.iiu and h.iit storm Sunday S. D.itiiiey. evening, Workmen will noinmenco in a few - Wm. CnMtip. a ritixou, days to put in an iron and plate kI's sick of pneumonia at his fniat in Haltzer &, Do.lls storo tiulldis dniiKeroii-tlhome near Miwow. in CnVTry a barrel of Erin Lime mid Sand, sand, and none cm le had as Star Cement from LKinx)iti V. KOdKio?. lo(as the river is nt its prexcut stage, None Is'tter. riiiiimvt'iiicuts and buildings am being MessM Locke liiiuiNfonl. Arthur retards! thereby. T'ittsworth and Has Hninsfimt, of UnScT Wo knight a largo supply of Seed ion Oltv, were ill the city Sunday. Potatoes and Onion hetts early, when tliey were cheap, ami will save you New Madrid (Mo.) Record: Col. money on thorn. Lkukoiiu is Houur.s. II. T. Tyler, a prominent lawyer of Hiokniaii, Ky., was in Now Madrid last Mrs. K. T. Tyler w.ls to leave yes week on loudness. tenl.iv for Columbia. Tenn., to visit her , ... .. . r i Mi,in,.i i... (iHiiL'iiier, .miss uissie ereiien, who is jr ,.i. .. i,. .. attemluij; Columbia Institute. latent nat torus front 12c lo !k' per yard. H. C. A.MIIUIKl. Henry Reinloy, is said by some Mr. A. D. Sears, a prominent hard- newspapers to he candidate for tho Legware mediant, .of Union City, was' in islature from Fulton and Hiekuiau. thecttv Monday, visiting the laiaily of The Courier lias no authoritatiyo an- UOUllCOUlHIIl. Mr W. M. Shaw. Tlicro will be some bountiful spec-.iaYrsr I have n lot of LADIES and Easter services nt our chmx'hes next CHILDREN'S SHOES which I am at Cost. They are Bargains. tjwmlay. Also some new hats, and also II. O. AJimtmi Miiuu new friKiks. E.u.ter Services at the Episcopal Hiswler oilers ffstju Buchanan Church, Suuday- Special soleotious of Sheeting at Jo. music, oVc. On the Jpiiigr.uu is an adenterpiising nelghlior, the Ful- dress to the Suuday School by Mr. War . Is toul out a special editton Leader. rou, on Easter. Regular services at ion, showing ho industrial interests and o'clock. udvautiigcs of Fulton. Chairman Luton, of Fulton, und Mrs. C. L. Handle nnd daughter, Grill'uv of Hickman, have called u com Mlss Elite, aro visiting near Fulton, initteo meeting, April, uth. called by the illucM of Mrs. Handle's initio tho manlier and tnnu to brother, 'Mr. R Mitchell. for Statu a Democrat Ct&- - Shaw now has Shoes and sells ton, Hickman and Graves counties them at "Grocery I'ruilt." IJW Ladies Shoes and Hosiery nt -- Misses Leila Shaw and Cora Lobia SHAW'S. Brown visited their brother ami sister, -- Haas Hog. Cholera Remedy in u Mr and Mrs. A. M. Shaw, at Statu Lino suit against hid Brav, beforo Judge hut Saturday una Sunday. Keai by, Tuesday, went out of Court, -- The Woodland Mills correspondent because they had coutraotod lo adver- of the Olnou Democrat says that Mr. R tisesame in tho Courier, and failed to U. Caldwell, an old citj.eu of that do so. This proves that you should neighborhood, has moved to Hickman. keep your conti-actcspiHiially when it Einmtitt Shull, who lost both legs is to adyertiso in tho Courier. nt Fultou, a night or two ago, by fallPST Chase and Sanborn's Colfeo Is ing under a moving traiu h.w been car- always tho httino. It in tho COFFEE1 ried to his home at Jackson, and there thar is bought by the best families of Is a prospeci'tK 111,, .iliitnale recovery, Hickinan, sold only by 1I.Di'oiia.an. ir H'Jtt StiuidunlPrintsat an'hpjiiI ''. lok out for the April 'Tool." IIi'niAN Caril Por... h go the city Monday. W. V m a new Spring ii... ii. ...... ..'.. UHyer, of Pnlton, was in IhttKHln f Slate MUs .IiMinie MatMin. U vHilliw Mrs W. M. Shaw. ! C Lou-viU- vis-itiii- gf d I well-know- n - I . i.'!,-- .,. , l sell-in- g l- -l - 1 1 We have received a new line of goods Cayce, March 27. (Prom Bardwell Push.) ir11Iflnr,,,i0 ' . it win maKo too iouowiiik low prices : busiur! before tl I want to conirratulato the old Cour-- " . : Miss Mario Brevard, that most charm- Jilirin, or Waltliain, Watcli, ?o CO. uonit ot Appeals. ier on its now form and dress, and tho' Elirin. or Waltham, 20 year, trold lURly miyestio of all of Colnmbas' fair best way to do it is to oav un mv sub-- ! &$ See our lino New Stylo Dr tilled ewe, $10.00. vLsitors, camo up on tho Rowena Lee scriptiOn. Tlio old Courier has hosts of H Bi'ciianaj. Skirm from .0o up. Solid Gold Jtium, l oiKils. Jl 00. last Sunday uioriiiiifr from her Hick- friends throughout tho County, but wo Solid Gold HiuRs, Emerald and 4 The New Madrid Hccordsays: Mr man homo that her legions of friends havo felt that it, like tho old town of Moster. widow of tho lato (too. Mow, opals, $1.75. Hickman, didn't havo the "get up and1 Solid Gold Rings, Moouxtono and might feast on her company for a minit get." Why don't tho town of Hickhas shipped her household wols n Hickman and will ko there to live s Rnhy.ll.OO. so to speak. Yo editor had the pleas-ur- man ami all its merchants get np steam f Sflllri (nlii Tun soon as fihe receives the insurance h or tins matchless young lady's com- too? XXXX Hearts. Sturlim: Silver and Solid husband onmed m the Woodmen Onir pany for forty seconds that monumr Hold. 15c to 50. of this city. waiKing irom jiiss iimersou's liomc to Farmers Free Column. Bracelets, from .75 to $2.50. The Iord williiif,'. there will bo tip the Episcopal church and would have Under this heading will hereafter bo usual services at tho Haptiit Chum been there yet but for well, they say noxt Sunday. S inject of nioruini: sileneo is golden unless you've some- - published notices not to exceed 0 liiies' Tho Hickman Amateur Dramatic miug 10 anvertise. uol Jioli Tyler, each, from farmers who aro snbscrib-- ' course. "Following Jesus," nt nisli. ers, who havo horses, mules, cows, pro-- " "Tlio woman u homo." Every ouo is lomedy have in rehearsal the latiuh- - about the wealthiest of Hickman's man- - ducts, seed, &c, for sale, freo of charge," vited, especiiilly the women nt nil.' ible comedy, "Not Such a Fool as U ufucturers, camo on the sanio steamer, W. W. IIOHNKK, Pits tor iOOKs," und intend giving u ,inlilie per-- tho gracious captain of which held his service. orutanco at an early day, due an boat nnlil Mr. Conic- - Forward ! dooosited Sewing Machine with full sa lonncentent of which will be made, his treasure with Tvlcr satolv Emei'snii. Miss Tula All persons indebted to O. A. Hoi- of aUachmcuts, $M.0O, at tho he company is composed of Hickman This shows that Hob. HWn .lior. hiw combo aro notified that they Old Rr.UAni.r. onng ladies and gentlemen, some of pull with the (steamboat) administra-jTho- forward and settle. Delays must comoaro danaro gifted in their special roles. tion. By tho way, we hoard ouo of tho gerous. Verbum Sapicuti. The Levee to Tipton villo beyom e learn tho first eiitertaiiimeiit will be most desirablo and fascinatini' nf Col. the jsisHlbility of a douht will him railroad on it within 1)0 davs after il iven for tho benefit of tho C. P. umbns' vonm? l.nlinM miv iimr u,u nv-- . Wim ted. Ier could iot her for the askim?. Oh. completion. In addition to the be in fii 'hnrch. Hoen & Evcrsol announce that ther-ar-o . Bobbie, if we were only you to accrue mini reclaimed lands, and in wo buy wheat, Obion Denioi'int : Mr. Leo would havo not left Snmlav mid nverv will in tho market to market price, Hii'. creaserl opiihttiou, surely tho railro:r pay the highest l largo territory whi fookor, who wns wArkincat a biivv other day till Tuesday when Miss Mil- - any quantity, small or largo lots. will beneflt that now hits no such advantage. till III Mlsanuri. diod Thnisdity of,1'"""" "Hoen & Evunsoi.. z Some Michigan girls havo, (in jefr HMilngitls. His romnlns wore1 of course) tunned a club in which i'h rought to his fiittier'H homo nonr hind theniAoIves not to entertain ma onion, nnd was interred in tho riage until they reach the ago of years. While many marriages aroinau Uwrty oLmitor,y Friday Inst. Mr. oouor whfs nn ludtistriouH .voting too early in life, !?0 is too old. and it dollars to ilonghuuts that tlio pled;, in nnd was iiiuoh liked by nil his TOM DILLON. Sr will not bind Ihcso girls if their Prim IoihIh. n wns roblnul of 8S0' Charming comes along. M " Idle lyinir sick nt liis bourdinc C IUiug, dfcM,) (Succfu'or to This weather has the countv now vi (Ajiwv xt: noo. disadvantagi' paper man at n decided Marble uopy runs snort auoui mo iiuy ooior Monuments' Remnant Counter. jl the p.iper is dud to come oat and ho in iTho great cat barsuins ever offered. mediately jumps on that ever preson vn Organdies and white goods at 'tf stiujeei, inn wuuuivr, miu n'jiue iiiVfi iiiey aro cheap and nice, will rri.t I we shall enio fipriiigishereandth.it 4X 'a all bo gouo. Call for Reiuuant K" i!v i STONE WORK of nil Kinds, nu uriici UU)itor nico wurut ve;iiiier now. A.M1IUHO. H. C. IMfe-"42SZ1V IKON FENCING, &c, &o. iiiiit care ami iieiioeraunn goes io pros , jj.oj 2t. .A Zl t una uioii'iy luiirine i:tper uiascs H ,--- t iSffc-j- r '' - fCrs..3ri rain, hail or sleet and a great turiuoi. 7 Ui9 "osypj ynoht, now lioing or the elements. " ui ai' .loaoreotivtllo. I ml. will VtTvlkccp constantly on hand iii.sl irb'' umke u trip to tho Cuban best grades ot Flooring, Ceiling, Sidiugu" ,8t- - Il win have on Hoard n Shingles, Piiiishlug Lumber, MouldingJi I'oteil band of pronehcra nnd u..,.t. tv..., t)..i,.,., in ivO. tir,ii, isrrin it.iivn, ,. amiiurtna 111 Font tin, rut tin. CAIt ........ lUKinl i i 1 1 e rfVlrli-oti ,!, EW wmxTOLif ABiioiii. f The Courier Congratulated. - KEKR&-HANDLE- . - 1 fJT . ' lineal 1 - .. HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS, Prop'r, m&?.u I k 11. and Granite V- -'X n- - -- - 1 -- - a- Hiolsman, tty. Or ,!?.',. s, 4 wm do or mission .1. i nil... ii... IKerB, ntltl iniiustors . ODlOOt Ot.. euu 1... . l... n.i.i ueeu speiu Liie tllO BtllU the society ladies in visiting HickmanVli r V)oynco to inuko converts. niim?ry stores, all nU n , 'l)OI,, amt cbt is IbolurL'eBt over built wfiichhad their spring openings tliLJt ih 100 loot week Expressions of admirations foi' "'0 ntirnoBP. ti n rV the beautiful displays aro heard on alP ft Willi an utidiloriiuii or chun- .h tifiSlAZElJl sides, and trnly, the stores deserve nlll otwoon (looks, miiiiililo nf sent. tlV Z XHXH JLM the nraiso bestowed upon them. Tin n1 7nft,1i.i.c,. rpi. FVtCMMn, l . IIVUI JIIU .i..i... .r.n "III ,..1.:... , ,.wi sliiiiiK (iiieiwiiKn mis vein M.mu ! wl11 l,e m"r,' assed. Tho dry and millinm "T'.""0111 stores, after foverai days of hard won.'T" 'l,r rollgloiis sorvicos when-(IlillST.flXX'XX unit placing their largo stock of good vbr praotionblo. Tho boat is o hats, &c. on display, resembled dainh o luuuolied on tho Ohio river palaces, and throngs of Hickman's faii,l ' roilll, .,' f h filled them during the week. espe. , J. "n(J Xu) elisaisfiippl wiitou. ially tho last low days. In this n. . V"'0 siiect it has been a gala week for tho la HBBionnrjr work will lio ciirrlirt (ios " niong tlu wny nnd iidvaiitupe otK,,n "' OVOrv opportunity to ku Call and iret a froo samnle SoVeral of lue nuruurs tuut wo will savo oti niouoy Chase & Saulsirn's famous Roasted Oof ronoh, H. Bcchaxax. puuk Simnitib. I fee, sold only by by buying from tie. pn-seii- vii, O H. JUST KKCEIVED! LOAD T' 11 i u' -' i v , ... , v,., .,..,.u . . Flour, Lime and Cement Don't forget, when you waut any. thing m M-fJ- -- 1 "' Groceries, 1 f Hardware, QueenswareV Harness, Bran, Outs,, II A V, F1JFSH MEATS, etc, LEDFQRD & ROGERS rV . Vt -- rfU' ili4 -- . SLw i?f-Ia'A ' ?j ".! Tsyr&Tt: sefj BBggfSgF8 ID I V I, V , nlreadj descending to bear herawnj. down the At last she went iitett J stnirs: she must find the (lowers first, Kut.li. White shewnitvd the brow u it it dm and to go out of doors b the back way she must pass through the kitchen. Iony was ambling down the road,'l The girl was at the stoe frying dough- ing Mrs. Whitaker home after ' beneath nuts, and looked up as Uuth entered. church sonleo. She IniiI left liar '' real tears were stealing from linth's dark lashes anil making slow a dvngh-nutV- " on the wny to make n call on her fjm "Hullo," she said; "have and was now alone. The pence of t " wny down her hollow cheeks Mrs, and choked and s.it lNd loml. O bells of These doughnuts were not for the In- lev wa.s Mulling on her lips and h ) Whil'iker groaned .'v.mii with the shawl In her arms lCaster, of Kaster was shininir In htr rul mates of the farm, and it was n rare brilliant In Your iicals through hen. what seemed like honor to be ottered one. Tor n mo- Kaster Ikis1 always the largest mt spares rlnir: pin t Ion onnte to her. errand, it was so to those, left as she, alone in the v With joy the- fair ment Kiith forgot her got some apple tnrts downcurth sroftsyou warm and sweet. While she was eat- She drotc up the drltowny to tlieli Through all the ing it, standing close by the lire, the ngliied tne Kintern nnu nniinrurstairs; they're brown an' crispy, and notes o( nprlns. one that's just about bis the horse the hired man hail hlj:v IllnK In atl pence ntul girl's mother, who was sitting in the ougli for n little girl. I .hould thHfl out; then she eatno to th ellvA kitelirn. spoke; gladness, (8.i - shr'd like to hav somt'thing t ni it HltiK out nil Htrlfo and trars. should be door. The sight of the key proj "To think A. downward through the nces fro in the lock brought another tw f're she dios." I "aster." You'w rung the passing years. The child' mouth moved. oonxutsix. "I know it; I hope it'll bo pleasant." to her face. at the corners, but this time it wns "Hannah's getting careless, WliK clear, O brlK your "What is KiistcrV asked Uuth. timThroughout all nature thrills. not with grief. ta'd. as he stepied into the klti-idly. It all things living touches, "And l's got n cooky Hint's round "1iw Mikes! what n hen then she is," She at down a moment before th' A when from Judnh'.i hills with Migjr on Iho topnnd a hole in tin in the darkness, then rising. Huh Throrose the light triumphant cried thv woman. i.iiddh " Mrs. Whitaker smiled brond- -' O'er denth nnd mortal fours. "Kaster." said the girl, oracttlnrly. lamp and went slowly up Jlrst Kreat Kaster Anil dawned that as Huth silt up. put. nway her boum't and shawl. I balnnehig n doughnut on th end of her The Kaster of the ears. "And could I take tine to mamma. Sin came into hvr bedroom, pLi fork, "is the da, when I'hrlst rose from King sweet. O hells, your lesson o?" h asked. 1 light on her buremi and t ti ) si the ilrnih as nil the dendlmll rise." I'nto each heart triuiuj ham answered th "Oh." Uuth, ns she stood in the corner, ate ai.uut toward the bed. She pive a d all before the Muster That r May but life"!" lilt lay doughnut aild pondored ocr the den cry, not a shriek, but somelh z ,dy. "ytiur niHHitua ImneveryJh'i gs' hrr IUng soft ring low. your chiming; nut- in Heaven." ween a moan and a sob and put.b bet words. May bridge some ph' Its ttars. ild smiled. "Tlion I in - l " ' Th- lie the best hwid to her side. Hut. afterwii "1 guess Kor those. erchnee. v. ho mourneth , ' tin- veura watching moment, she went to the burfiu. pfo '' ait t I gt t there, too. she a..i i.u Some Kaster In thv to die in." sh dtch'eil. again. in. a Meady lxind i.. iy iln. with hwTTy ejrs ns the girl bore the iii the lamp r. Again. O hells of Fi The shawl twltohwl In Anne ttlmia ongluiuts off to the nmtronV wwlked graxely to the binlsidi, I9al.11 f jMin o? Hlngout In thrill. ; peal. over the llMle whie figure from t ker's h:ir.d; she lonjrerf to gaihrr tie we, through all our jiuIscj That the dead private iirder: "tlmt's the glory fel The dark, rougheiud hair to the p1nkiti forlorn little iguro Into her nnr bu: shall nil rise." living. loving presei.ee. t Cod's lie did not feel that she eoii'i cntiM.' tour Kitster, s feet. A Hint ot u win TliuoM morning brought As each new sprlnR appears roree tow art! the child; she uiu.t n r fair and glnd iTay for many as well a corners of her mouth. In all that breathe around .. up her. he bud always lmn w for.' NW the child opemd her big h Throughout the march of year for little Huth: for was not this toW manager. Beatrice Marlowe, In Woman's Home the day on which she should rle to her e('ss saw the faiut smile and trnnqi Companion 0 "Do yon know what day H i mother in the skies? She went out elostd tliein again. ' r ,kel. prrsenlly. feeling Iwr way Anne Wliihiker frowned. Wsis into she garden directly altrr reakfast m'lt. to gather some flowers. After much trick being play eil tijuin her".' "Yes. tlmt's why I died "WIkU are you doing here'.'" searching Uuth dKcmereil in n swamp w lit demanded, still holding the .is the answer, still wltk tight far from the house, n fs. bush, with the catkins clinging gray still peering down into the vUlldV It Is the day tht Christ rose Uuth opened r eyes again wlu nnd nft to the shining brown twigs. mdyii V ' 0111 tke tf'd to teaeh ua thai n fl She picked a great bunch of these and look of appetil In them. K4 M &&"' L""18u and ilicn edfr V . vc. o shall we all rise." began Mrs bore them home in triumph. Suddenly she answereil. V hitakrr. gently. har ty es. she reTcmbored something: her mothMr.. Whitaker jumped so that ' ' Uuth was looking at her now "Hut she lost night er's laimnt the 'l can't rise. she said. 'tJoii'ively . all knowledge of where he was. that chimney almost fell trotn the cause yott keep 'sturbtng ine " she muM (Me in Die poor farm; how lwd she hurried to the bureau, place oii might" Anne Whitaker drew think there and then tiuue Iwck to the be. she felt about that. "I don't "I)o you feel very' bail." nhe quer i lmig breath, wns It snerilegious'1-mammn'd want me to die here," she oii might jiksy you had been dead W II 1TA K I K niurmuredi wita a little sob of disap- anxiomly. t A iiteou frown came to the chiul sni" she paused. lr.w u her little pointment in her voice. gleam of interest shone in ltuMin of that Kaster day forehi.il. "I'letisc don't tttirb in brown anil while was at It ;ace. "lint this Isn't Heaven." It with an In j of disgust t rntested. " r nr ,iTf ""T 'X J. " V j The Kingdom of lleasen is within on. her face untl .m." Mr. Whitaker quoted, with wait'd i.uttl the s.tli frenlom and truth, as sho npwagon, with the ironeht'il the Ited with niitspread shuw Ixt covered long It iunt Ilenxen. but we might be good witih an old black shun I. had passed illuge burning and mnke it seem like Hen en." on- its way to the her The child put up hvr hnnil ns If to ground. wanl off the shawl. "Another pauper' t funeral." Mrs. "Hut dod isn't' here and mamma Wbitaker munniired, looking oer her lun't iircwV.iL,-!.- pastille town shoulder, as the drove-orati. -a'UffUl VJmr. Wi nlfcr; und Ittitli TiTftKTsa l fann. . m 1 ' i mi titi.i, l..w..itt.t-if'itrlrfiiwm a hnlf Mnrtlrd. "Hut He Is a spirit, mid right ""Old meii ami funerals, struck next tn " she drojipeii the oit l.lll't sec the door;" and this time she a a slnwl oxer the child now, and ns she blow with slow-ming pony a gen-tlw r ipMd It about her she finished more whip. her equal! s,f'ly. "Your uiaiiiniH lun't hero but Xow Mrs. Anne Whitaker was not. a you mi'ht play for a little while thul woman. She- was onlj ur other mother." was owner who found nn indignant land , ny real mother?" Itnth asked her handsome farmhouse almost ruined Wistfully. purjxihes for residential and propertj j "Oh nc." Mrs. Whitaker said. bv itt. proxiiniti tothe poor fttrm. This are hnstil; "only n )lny mother" f.inn. adjoining Mrs. Whituker's, hud 1 The child snld tin more, bill let heryear. been left to the town loi self lie wound up in the shawl and sat lt. not. that I don't want the paua uietlx on the edge of the lied while UllHll iXmtVfttzXtZttWki,. j.j;AM aUl Mrs. iJLMl , Ml' Aifss pers to be comfortable." Mrs. Whitaker brought out a pair ol Whitaker. as the pnuj t not ted up the her long woolen stockings and iln-"but must .lriv,, toward tothe barn: right unthem over I lie little, unresisting fi t 'nay I don't care have them There was atill a slight disappointment der my no.'." in Itulh's face when the great, gray her man Mra. Will hiker, not finding Thau was fastened with a safety pin about, unharncwetl the pony and led firmly beneath her chin. him into the stall and then wentonly B "Now be careful when yon go down with Hannah, the Stairs and keep tight hold of the other .MOiip:uit of the big hmiM the and Mrs. Whitaker eaine .1 stop loeal'ity. diMdvtmtage.s. of the bVhlnd with n firm clutch on the small FlUl'Ith LOOKING OVUR TIIK LITTLE WHIT! Meantime in the poorhoue. next jfrny shawled shoulder. r rfH li door, a little child was cobbing her figure stole want, iodic:" she lwd jjShe placed the child in the gryn! little white-robewhen a in i heart nut in an tipper room. poor more tightly togetln '! rooking chnir in front ot the stow and have taken her softly out of the back door of tin "You hfldn't oughter Mrs. Whitaker in.x laid out nil her goodies on tin table; if she house, nnd, creeping slowly along in ll away before her mother died, ef (apple tarts. nnd rookies and pieserses Mrs. W hu- "Oh. you do. do youV tin wiid the daughter of the shadow, came at last to tal. did make u fuss." n'nilcold meat and bread and butter nnd (which made SirsirurilU famous) gate. Tku it fairly flow up over the Intl. "Hawintim-'- . sol the ouia.n who looked after the poor-far- nker's back rich, warm milk. Then she went up and paused at the door. thing'.'" sheaskeil. at Iwr imw the pathway, ngoiii up to we Tin The child looked Islnirs nnd brought down an old unocpie was locked, and there was lw went tm two flights of htsilrs to Hut the door .om any thing that of her own that Huth mlght.put on. nr.I was no kev in sight. A sudden memory I didn't have can get 'im-- l child the gurre--i room where a corner, The fn lf fiio have her arms free: and they both enough. You came to Huth of the day when she had,.,i ,m tm old box in the youV" actually fell to laughing as nhe rolled with the girl at the poor- in Heaven, can't uv nm child etopp-- d eo ing. half frightened a 1....... to walk girl, had taken the key has Anne Whitaker retn it. nnd rolled and roueu up me mug iiang farm, and the k she etftcml. The girl sat down on. t down in the nearest cli.nr sleeves. from under the mat. hue roacnow trunk opposite as a cure-al- l not aiis.wcr until nhe reabeil tl r 'M Mrs. Whitaker wan atiMed anu tear miistn t ory down now and felt beneath the mat. was still looking at her iiiquir .'i "IxK)k liere, Iluth. She fitted the key when hIic saw Huth eat; the little ill was. any Uinger." commanded the matrons Yes. there it turned it quickly and a "Yes. I gucTss so," she began itiij fgirl, whose mind seemed fi.cd on has in the door, no ckiughtvr. she felt a ilraft ..1 Then heavenly things, had a hearty appetite In Mrs. Wliltaker'a pleasthe found herself "1 want my mother." sobbed safe made "I guess there isn't mmlnl last, for fear the eliilci iniglit. in ant kitchen, where the fire glowed in a your dying if you lie t'in tM 'At child, with new eour.ige. deed, die from overeating, her hostcs subdued fashion, and tin dining-roowindow open;" sho went t..w I th' 'suggested that they rock together In The girl hesitated a moment. "Well.- safe, showed through the ,.,.( lmvo 011r mother." she iinwindow and closed it. the chnir beiorc tne tire. how mi V last, frankly, "she's dead, door. surrrl-a- t en i!t Uuth wnMed scarce 11 glance the "Don't shut it; sat up n. 1. nrl At this moment little Huth looked Heaven." in'."' Uuth and gone to beauties. She had seen up with smile on her face, from which "On." said the child, slowly, "you these and white- pony go down 1 1n- looked at her. all traces of disappointment were fast didn't' ti'lV me. Mamma suiil slie brown Whitaker looked '. n Anne and she plan nod nnlshlng. "I think this must be nl shi- - uas going to die. but they road some time since, .' thought thin little face and the mil most ns nice as Heaven; just hut for me to die and be done with it before the and a lump came into her Uir .a didn't tell me; they just carried minima." pom's owner should return. nwiiy.' 'They ean come in at h. cold bare feet careShe wiped her Mrs. Whitaker smiled grimly. "I Well, for gracious sakes!" cried the. gues," she said; but she kitchen rug; It appeared uess Heaven Is a good deal within ns, took on so about her belli fully on the fitting to die in bare feet; the words. of I'irl' "you even with the poorlionse next door." i'.I sick' that we had to. You ain't goin to to her most 10 She went oer to the then, holding the big lumen 01 pussy. sue ;iumu, Hannah made an unusually long cull r bni down again, and tin any more. are you lain cry .r- .1 willows e!ot.ely, sb- - crept sof.tly up the- hill fee. "You're going niiimnti on lior lamny, so .nr, ..l.l...l.. co:imgiy t,i .n tln handtcme square elm m- your death holding the little, slintvithe child, thoug.it she nth tn with- their "So. I ain't," answered Urs She was awetrnek wrapped figure In front, oi tne inning going to put my shnwlour fTf'l vol V it took her souk 'room fire. Hut when at last she on good girl;" the ma- sie and grandeur, andone was suitable ,.j The chiltl unfohleil In r "There, that'rt it to decide which jlcred, her mistress' commands wen the tron's daughter rote nnd gave knewdark timeher laving out; but at lust she se- spread them nut in npn.i' yon for .ready. rub. "I lilt to,.t,s nn affectionate 'la you ple.lM let tne lected Mrs. Whitaker's own bedroom. nice house 10 die in." "Hannn, you go over to 1110 poor wasn't goin to be naughty.' in a vntc fnrm nml tell tlie in that I'uth'rt ovei went downstairs and left She placed the Mrs. Whit.iker r. u galn The girl x on the table at. the head of the lied, and I'licre- and going to stay, und I'll send QOOO BICYCLES "What what do you want toj T!..ili sitting very still upon the bo Uf.ritock hard, with then sho opened the window wide. big she stammered. ;, tlULiM4ul. i.lohti for her things In tne morning. FOR 14 CENTS corner and thinking be BI1..U1HII III flOUIUt, the "I should think that would get me Vtm BUS t,.(alt.lkla oA.afV.t f.Lt uumiiImh, S0.7a to Hannah Htooil still, gaping. In tin on a cobweb just acrob my mmninn dm! "'(ause wi 'YS a nngels to her eye fixed 10. Shopworn A MosmT ".W CUltntllart. And Intuit ofTr 1 enough for Ihc doorway. "Well. I neter!" dining-rooIHIjy.I. p., ll,1l4h. und h.iiil whe.li, good Mild, to go tin' oe her in Hiimv, n,' 9 free, through, if they're careful." she rki. j.arlr HIim railing.. lou new. S3 tq ill). MV' mamma has died- and gone to ' Koll.ai1taJli.fir joyful place than tli po ihotts she nnnounerd, with her usual not seni her mother Mrttl fMt.rf lUarln. Ml. be, solemn- - aloud; she had w .. '"'''IS.htn'.Uiiciiinb.rlo 1. ii.m Mrs. Whitaker had .iH,. prln dom; "what on enrth base '"'i Heaven." the child meditated, up to carried nway In the poorfarm wagon ! iSo f." '" Irfllocr, ami iUI Ht.MI IMllllltllM IUllmallW her if she went herself on being a woman of r. ,our (loin?" ' '..".'"''sTomMo, 'i told EARMmKinmiF t rlr UlnnrrOnlnn, iio ... d.o (.nclllliuk box. If kH.lt. ... dlarflu... .u.ktl.... ...V ..'Of, jViaA next thing she knew Anne Whitaker smiled with her lips n 4.ii a ehur ..,., to t (!,. na so cmniy ll Him mc- She sat down on lienveu llrat. the un ((SltTOJ!. si... .,t(mii-iW.flk HI.OO, r.r.14.fia, dark locks. "Well; llwBlll.kNl KUUHwtniu r- Itnw MttiaM fr ras.it URI ..... see me there. I U.a. JCd .1 m against Ruth's the litiU- ti;niro AboTl(lpi(a. wurtlftt.U), w.wlll bed. lying quietly in ImcI and studii-!.l p.... '"" ..rn.mil ami .... norm. ..l,. great havlnp P. A MEAD & PRENTISS, Chicago, III. slowly, "we've b mall t.iu lr., toc.thar wltli nnr ml ploxedly. Suddenly thm w.i.aino she nln'l noliiB to May In tinsto die mylf the center of It. her little tat i'l.nl You see, this little girl n rcKurreetlon. o nroriraelrto.lnolli-- A I i. her. I'm going straight off. Cains' t Mrs. Hliltuijor s hpicKium ment of the small iw.c a wimkllnp. came oior here to" she was nhotjt tc SUJ'aT'w'r '. lulol. rrlkf .n.lcnrnwor.l II l....... faui IXIV. thv smooth eyehrows. ,u! t)t. jit know wh.i. tnn limit her. right OI and see itf Hnlyrr'. Iinok Ml n.l.lll slianis. nor siiimi, u.ns n.. rril.rtillwlllnaAr..i..l..M.MiiK. but changed It. suddenly c.k.i. I'reo. nf la.ilnionuia ami Hi tlava trut ...... .p.ninnnppiMIHr.and - m .. . "r :::. W puto...n.v.hesnIghon.aud UK. II, II. IIIIIVH R,X,B.i t, lilaaia, Ut. Diriit and chill, from the moment the still foini was shaken b. odd "to die." d ""....ill. jeetlng. Fltnt Dillingham, "to live." Francos convulsive sneo'e. .v,.K.,j.,s.r." e.1 A.TC, Our Fiml.Knlitor, for All Ir4KM1 1. HIM kind porso.. cilre of her cnreiuny . X NSIU III.. L11HIIMI anti ifi.aa.pa nr Mr. V.'hltnker spraiq; to her U In N. X Independent, n,v nend"-'o- me S rtKDTluStlMaielneto.,rll.Wla. She folded her hands nightgown. lK.ii.lucl by her mother's l l '" I 11 - bed the last time IJtith had seen Her lying sick nnd still "and then I'll die and go to Heaven." She rose now and, Mopping to the window, peered between the dusky festoons at the blue sky. as if she spected to see the angola across her breast, closed her A, M ns she trail scon her mother on thli: si day, and waltNI-wal- U.l through o c t'lV ' seconds that the tnll u,l..,l.. ... uv rwui i, if 11n.mini frnm l,nl. t !,.. ..,.1... ,!.. ,.1 while they turn oil to minutes, and " to un hour; but the angels wonftv ' Ing. too, the guardian ungels oWl ' hnll-eloH- i . "There ' 4i ' ll',, ," ,:',m, ",,h lOtl! Doll't Oil llllOW tllO l.Otd S got work for you In the world, and It isn't right for you to die'."' Her oleo rose In In r indignation louder than she know, from the clot lies, prom where she was extracting her big Whvt 11, st anil warmest gray shawl. she turned again townrd the lvd. twe one thing sure.' she arohred Ic you He there i.nrcivcl. "If n well be n imiritrrti wnj might tl.al s 1 1 T I - "' "1 Te - th-r- e's dis mMS-iR- -- the-stu-d i -- y. : i - i 11 1 new-bor- n (j 11 j I I i -- I Wuittffli)Ba ". pussy-willo- w h-- "To-da- y 1 ! ilinl. e 1 5?WiVlfKTu. dk 1 ii - I - Public opinion is never far wrong s.vsa-t?- t , v. 1 1 e ot .slow-movi- 1 - hnrd-.heart.o- ",t '.K You can cheat it for time, but only for time. The average life of patent medicine is less than two years. They are pretty well advertised, some of them, but it isn't what is said of them, but able to do which carries what they them through the years. 1 I Imnls-Ters;- " A YERS Sarsaparilla -- 1 d 1 -- I .1 . Ju j i m half-ope- n co-mo- , 11 has never recommended itself to do what it knew of itself it could not do. It never been known in order to catch all. For half century it been the one true, blood purifier, in the best way out of the best ingredients. Thousands of families are using it where their fathers and grandfathers used it before, and its record is equaled by no other medicine. 1 1 tn-i- l . - ' - . , Is the best any too good for you ? tr-- '," - pussy-willo- w . - .11 I timmmtm !fi 'iainiiir SUV 'HI B 1110 - " .!, - i 1 high-poste- d J 1 close-croppe- d r he-a- 1 . pink-toe- W uiini" - 'MJKi f ettaMttitumitwitaeatl . -- 1;gikWi attffc . ,. if j n--t - 'Weimmm . ii J&ts - h,U4--x- . MISSING rfcero Warn n llo VACANCIES. or Tlir in nml Thry by Hit' Altrnt DEATH OF COL. H. G. EGBERT. Iliediilliiiit onleer Killed in llnttlo Neitr .Mitiillit Win H Lin,, (lilletr for Wear. X EARNEST APPEAL TO CHARITY fufTri-lii- c T)T Of the HriP Xnmhrrrtt Wore llrlil for Cluirura, Tnrly Yeitra. 27. Cutited lij lliti Vcllow I'looiU In ( lilnn Aiiiillloh'-!i,UOUOO tlilneM! htiirvlnj,'. U,- Itltcr A short tunc mine (mite iihictiMlon arose miimiK tlir olllci.iu ol otm of our totniiiciit outturn rJiliiMilft nl to the icasotl of tlio many vcaiUious delay ami troulilv in the tratiHiiiMiou of local Iicntlit. It wjsttaimul liy some iif the parties intcic.tcil ilint it wan raiiMil almost rutin ly lij tin- - Muimlay or im'rtuiciii') of the local am nts. ami a tlicie was MinndiHeruiee of opinion on tliisKiint, H was drcided thiil the matter xhould be 'I'd this mil a tracer wan nil formal shape, ealliiiK nbouta of One llos of Tout ti .t k'fl ni miMiiiK from n 'lh.n was sent urn in the Col Henry C. Ibfrt, whom (ion. Otis reportN ninonjr the hilled, wtin born lu nml niinuhitcil ft llrnt In the army from civil life on l'eiin-hylrim- Wasiiinoiov, March lii ''cp-tomb- er ICltfJ Siine Ifl or IS local ajteiita were actually nasitil in tht way. until tlir traur fell into the hands of a bright outiK fellow who wan to looking Into the lUiiitu iwmiiik' through hut hand, and who speedily tamp to the coiicltl.iou that tlir tlnctr had none far i tumgli At liny rate the documrnt went (dily hack to tin itrncral ollieo with the following , ns per "Hot of hi Id at this station for local chariici to amount of $2M Will he forwarded on receipt of same " I'nder this indorsement w.ii written: "S. H- - The prne of hecr at tin station i 12 fV per kef " It i Mid that the charts went forward. Harper's M"-i- t 1 Post-holes- ".Votheie" prior shipment. onUr of husnics, with nothing ((cpt its "iiiIciiimI n!liiiKtU'H" to draw attention to its unusual eh.ira.rtcr, and paMi .gent after im nt without clieitliiic comment or information save the stcrrotwird indoricment: prcpatetl iti due for the where- holes," which it He ne CHEAP LEGAL ADVICE. A Man Who HrlliMi-i- l In I'ajlaar I.ctvyrr for Opinion. Ilia The other day on old fellow aloUi!...! into Attorney llnar Knhn'a oilice, on lvul row, nd Jlrown, or oiiiclhuii;, ty lie Mid he u autfd lo totmult a lawyer, nd waa Attorded a scat and one of the at Urncy'a suetlctl mules. He then that while he was away from home the lurid or some deputy had attached hi wife KWint! mailiuie and bureau for taxes, lie didn't propose to toleiate inch impoMllou, he declared, and tmnr to Pcducah to tumult a lawyer khout it, "Vhat it the amount of Uiel" inquired the lawyer. "limine e a dollar and 2Scent," waa the reply. The U)cr rould not cwnevat a mile. but battened to m "Well, Mr. Simth, if ou want in) advue. it u to jto back and aetlle that mall amount It tooka like the ratuat nd let a out of it " The old fellow thought moment, and replied that he belicwd tic would. Antwrnnp Le aktx "How much do I owe jouV "Oh, nothing, nr," wan the rttdy. "I won't charse )ou anjthlnc foralittie advice like that " "Hut I allu iiav frr whut 1 fit, and want ter pay rie the umr." "Oh, that alt riphti rome in apntn Kime time when you need advice on MimcthiliR mi-riniKttanl, and we'll uarc it then " "Naw, but I want ter pay it now .le' Kjmal out Kf it' 2.' cent, I'll jiay It. Kf e want .'), there It it'" And lie threw and left. l'adurah (Ky.) down a half-doll- inttfIuiI InuiK-i-l n Mr iMtilth, Junta, of a neighborim; coun- tlie 12th Infantry than nny other organization, liavinir fcerted with ilintliiution in Unit regiment during tlie civil war. lie was tuhc-i- prisoner at the battle of (ictlyrthtirghitt and rejohiL-i-l IiIn command, and wai severely wounded on .hino ,t, lfcOl, In the battle of lletliehda eliureli, Virginia. He win. major of the 17th infantry from IM'O to lbim wlien lie bceamo lieutenant colonel of the Ctli infantry. Thin regiment lie commanded in tho Santiago campaign until disabled by a Miot through tho body on .lul." I, IMiS. For his dlMltiguitdiod hervicc in battle he was promoted a brigadier general of volunteers which grade, hu. held until Decmber 1, 1M, when in the reduction of the volunteer army he wan honorably dUoharged. Hu wan promoted colonel in the. regular establishment on duly 1, Ib'JS, anil nv higned to the 22d infantry, whoso colonel, Cliarlch A. Wihotr, wai killed at San .hian lilll. Ho joined the 22d infantry January SO, Ib'jy, sailed with it for .Manila February and arrived nt Manila March 4, IbU'J. (icu. Kgbert was well known throughout Hie army ns an oJllcer of a high order of ability and an a man of atcrling qualities, lu the death of (ion. Hgtwrl the service loses one of Its best colonels. i oM-ape- S:, lt'dl. Ho horved oontimi-ousl- y ;ik a llnu ofllocr for nearly tOyoars iis more closely Identified with 1 DISASTROUS FREIGHT WRECK IJiililnrrr nml rieiMMHii Klllril, rtiul llrukc- dm li I'nlulljr Injtireil Cuil.r if the VVrerk m .Mjulrrj. rm.mniiii, riuMareli27. A freight wreck Sunday on the Fort Wayne &. Chicago railroad at Jncks Kun, just below- tlie city, resulted In the death of Hun. lA BUAIj Bcooiniaontlo Po-ru-- nn CO LONKir n8 ily Medicine. a Fam- Knglneer I'racken uud l.owe, tho probable fatal Injury of another nud the complete destruction of an engine and ten freight cars. The loss to the company is about 523,000. The en n so. of the wreck U a mystery. The Fort Wayne train was standing still when au extra freight on tho Pennsylvania heavily laden eamo dashing up behind at the, r.ito of Sl miles tin hour nud crashed Into it. The telegraph operator and signal man tmth oliiliu to liuve signaled the extra to Up, lint no tttlcuttoutUvaV paid to their warnings. omu of tITc trainmen think llraekcn must have fallen asleep at his kjsI. ' -- A Sciontifio Spring Mcdioine, Colonel pii ysicIaYs Tnd" n urses. Fruntli Mre.-t.- ( Laiug rtliur L. Hutiiilton of tin Tlir t:iiiilii)r .if tlie Chirac". Wllo.iliki! i)iuntt-tTOhio .ii'j Ooodnh A S. I'mii Itou.l o ,. Iiiatriirl.il In olunil)UiJ.OlHc. writes. "Henlilei l'lrl I'rlin Ipli ,r Sur.r). the mints l'e nt-iiso fullj Ciiicaoo. March 27. If a plan that the olllcers of tho Chicago, Mllwaukeo A: St. Paul road are now considering ii a n Colonel for Savannah. Two companies leavo on the 2tltli for Tampa, and the remaining companies leave on the 27th for Tampa, whence the Tampa contingent will take the train for Savannah. iitiui i:xiioion. Nkw Yohk. March 27- .- A small manufactory of fireworks In Hoboken, X. J., was destroyed by au explosion Friday. One man, Nicola Anzalone, was killed; Michael Angela 14 years old, was fatally hurt, and Jo-- e Angelo, father of Michael, was painfully burned about ed. All old cases the hands and face. The money loss of chronic catarrh teas small. should begin imKilled l un liiMiuit tViiiiiuii. mediately a course Wouriis rnit, Mass., March 27. Patof iik di rick llassett was beaten over tho head rected lu Dr. Hart-i- with an iron bar by Mrs. Thomas Cary a u ' r, books on Friday and killed. Mrs. Cary was in. tills diease. There are so many tiliiei - sane. She attneked llassett uud Michent phases and ael Sullivan who were sleeping tostages nof,t catarrh gether in one bed. Sullivan received I li II t r l.n.ll.. severe injuries. Mra. Col. Hamilton. li o w s " w "....... hen lie ii Kuuliniilf iiiiiiilluif fold. lias II. A great many people think they I.ouihvii.i.i:, Ky March 27. The lire suffering from toniethliig else and ollieo have tried many medicines in vain, Equitable building, a when If they could renll?e that it is structure, at tho corner of Fourth and catarrti and take for it they Jefferson streets, lias been sold to John would improve piomptly end soon re- M. Atlicrton by Hush it Parker for cover entirely. There are no substi- 62UO,OOl in cash. tutes. Let no one persuade you there .Mnilj--.Veil r of ,;e nre oilier catarrti remedies- juntas good. I.KXt.NOTO.v, Ky Mnn.--l "Winter Cntnrrh" is n book written by Dr. Hartman, Columbus. Ohio, Kent Fcatlierhtonctho oldest man In I'ayttto county, ibdcnil, aged DO. He was born fra to any adchess. at Charlotte Courthouse, Va.. and eamo BJ.O0D BCn P1Z.LBI Are rou BL00Dbl)lluli-il- ' HAKE Add. MlUKM to Kentucky iu 1610. He leaves a largo MtUIClNK CO. r.u. twx i&i, fcetiii. wit family of children. 1 ii e I'(-ru- -na demonstrated in my family. 1 have n number of frienda ho have taken It for catarrh and stouincti trouble, ami all unite in praising it. As a remedy for catarrh can fully recommend it."MrH. Hamilton, wife of tlie gallant Colonel, Is nn ardent frlonil of also. In a letteron the subject she writes: "I have been taking I for some time, and 1 nmrnjo.xiiig better health now than I have for yearn. I attribute tlie change in mji hcnltti lo IVru-iin- , and recommend this excellent catarrh remedy to rvery woman, believing it to be especially biMietlclal to them." The spring-timIs the mot favorable lime of the year to vrrat catarrh. There in to much less liability to take fresh cold t tin t the treatment Is unimped- Hamilton, of Columbua, O. Krif adopted every employe of the company will become, In a small way, a phy sician and a nurse, and then; will be fewer cases for the surgeon's knife. It is the intention of tho managers of tills mad to start n systematic course of Instruction In tho first principles of surgery and nursing among tho men engaged in tho train service, a course that, when thoroughly mastered, will enable an employe to render valuable Jir&t aid to the injured. A slight knowledge of the principles of first aid. It is believed, will often mean the saving of n life. i t March 25. Citizens of 4. "'iilHrii IMtiu Tin..-- M.....I.I .1 i... the United States residing in Clio Foo, ,, nractica, y ' ,!,.,, l"e China, have made au earnest appeal, or iSr"""' through Consul Fowler, at Clio Foo, to IZr the charitable in America and elseI'li.iinnnimll) Common. where on behalf of the sufferers from Vlit0r . So III. ,a .mm. i, bin...I ,,...., ..... .f ,.i.ikiii.i tho appalling Yellow river Hoods of that jou bi iK w, nun h about? It seems to totM- admit like the IIIt. aveniKe for this tune this year. These Hoods hare beeu nt us ot Oldf";' " ""r tiu -country generally. by the natives liihahitaut- About like the ? (Min "CIiIiiii'h sorrow," nnd tho petiidler. I've lived m thin came place If n.h onto 72 eais, an' this here tioners state that never before was vealner mor.- !,ke the avernse than any the, distress so great and heart tending we t nad in al that tune. Judge. a now. Tlie most conservative estimates place tho number of starving nt BtTfOrr or Olnlnienla for Calnrrk Thai (ontnlu Mercarr. 2,000.1)00, and time nud the increasing ai inercury will urely destroy the aense of eohl weather will undoubtedly greatly nmell and completely derange tho whole augment the distress. The petitioners tew ntn entennK it through the mucous Smb. articles should never be say they are daily, almost hourly, in aurhecs uedeiej,t on from reputable from of receipt reports their vhyiiciani) it u,e damage they will do is in the interior de- eftea ten foid to the good you can possibly countrymen derm-- ' from of tho mwufnetured them Hall's Catarrh Cure, condition the picting by V. J. aieney A,Co.,Toldo, of villages O.', contains no mercury, and m taken inter famine refugees, hundreds are submerged, cities surrounded by nallf. artmt directly upon the blood and turfae of system. In buyin8 water; homes furniture, clothing In mucousLatarrh ( ure the nure you get the Hall be fact, everything is under water or de'I. '" uf" internally, and made In stroyed; the natives themselves aro Toido, Omo, by I' J. Cheney k Co. free living in str.iw huts; many have abso"Spkl by DruffRinta, price 75c per bottle. Hall 1 annly Pill are the beat. lutely no shelter from the winter's cold and snow, subsisting on bark, A SeenlleNK $ willow twigs, roots, etc. The sumSbt Itreg Chni, ytt her love for him ia mer's crops have been a failure, tho dumb; She an't afford to marrv nnd repent. seed for next spring's sowing is gone, and there is nothing for these starving She wy he should be called millions to hope for in the future. He'i splendid hut he hasn't got a 'cent. "With our knowledge of the terriblo -- UrotUyn Life. want prevailing," says the American The Ileal for Chills. committee, "wc venture to call upon niii Fever Isa bottlo of Guovr.'s TAsTEi.n!s It simply Iron and ijiiinlnc iu the chnritablu in our home laud to assist us in trying to alleviate at least a wWessfonn No cure no pay. Prlce.Mto. portion of this misery. Therefore wo force men eeape the trups of others only shall be glad to receive contributions togd caught in their own. Chicago Daily of money and corn. Wo earnestly beg )WI. the and merchants others ou To Cure n Coltl In One Day to contribute Tike the Pacific coast Ilromo Quinine Tablet. All a steamer load of corn; tho drjRKuta refund money if it fnila to cure. 25c. natives of Shan Tunic, unlike tboso If you friendship to last, you down south, subsist upon corn, and wo twyt put want a money a little into it, and keep that if the grain men of tho pni.tg it in. Atchison Globe. west will ship to the United States conA mixed )m sul at Clio Foo, direct from the Pacific JicoU Oil pain ihc bruise and sprain. St. twain. iure sIojhv, a steamer loaded with corn, It Dca't will Ue the means of not only saving tie doak cover your nefilected duties with of excuse. Ham's Horn. thousands of lives, but of opening upi market of from 2.',000,000 to ::o,OOO,OO0 Er thus heirs to achta and paina. St. consumers later ou as under normal JiaLa Oil's ike doctor. conditions American corn can easily compete with native, and if this corn bo sent, wo guarantee that it will be THE MARKETS. distributed under the direct and perMarrh ?s. CirivsiTl Oi sonal supcrvUion of Americans now common.. 13 a i ,b residing In or near the submerged MiVKs liutchcrupood light 4 b) a t :o Fuir to 6U nu i to Coars-und aeavv 3.5 'ii. 3 (5 districts. We nsk for money to la llt'lVIlicil 3T& kt. 3 tckcr.... sent to the United States consul her.', LiBhl xbiptera 3'.) at a c.s 3 75 fit 4 S with which food, clothing ad HJiKI' tholce III) l'l (0 l.uus ipnnir J 45 it. Uf5 slock can bu bought for tho suite rfrs tiunllr VC.IN new e 7I1 and we guarantee n strict accounting i & "HMni aMCli'j ' for' cverv dollar'thus "Tccclved. - "t Tunirls i cciP'arly interesting to No. & so ft. 0 OJ lean mere bants as the best market hr jicviVinslltTu:: " ftj- nt their products m all China; to tho mis I5H it z:St. sionaries because there arc five denom "' m to choice creamery.. I'yLEP Clifiieo lo lance .... 4P0 inatlons represented, comprising lis) ','ATOn"I'er bu it to adults scattered all over this vast CHICAGO. 3 3 ft) province, and to whom wc look to as- - frJVv- - - .inXtJ l?tl'2l- ; 7IH W i'-- i uruc'u v a:ni fcist us iu No. It Chlcaco mrlnc. distributing Mich C 71 t.V-- Ko 2 relief as we may receive. Prob29 V. 0 10 Mens ably 9)1 in no other place In KLi Steam KU the world, and probably not in this ni:w YOIIK. generation has there been so much ter STS St 400 patent. 'AllKAT-N- o. SreJ el it HH sulTering as is now being endured in 41 fit a smixeJ Hit hlinn Tang. The natives urj dolue all rajjss ei TS in their power; one firm In Che Foo fKK-N- cwMlied MeM VVb (tlD25 has contributed the equivalent of a bu 0 ISALTIMOIlfi In cash and 10,000 bag.i of corn, and lly sro 330 alt classes arc contributing, but let us ai. wnenl. o SreU southern .lot forgot that there aro 2,000,000 Corn Mixed W.4S 3I" OatH Sa 2 white itarving. Hve WAfiit.NOTo.v, liur, JKr'rrftia; 1 ti-- I 1. 1 1. I SORROWS OF STERILITY aver-n?e- - s sen-,,in.'- '. Teati-1001"'- ''' 1 lrei-rlilln- n CiljU-Toxi- a nancy, in ttme 1 conceived again, ana thought I would write to you for advice. Words cannot express the gratitude I feel towards you for the help that your medi n A cine was to me during this time. I felt like a new person; did my work up to the last, and was sick only a Vi!ihf$iWfea.aar short time. My baby weighed ten &S lit'' aVXfc-aaBaaaf- t pounds. He is a fine boy, the joy of our home. He is now six weeks old and weighs sixteen pounds. Your medicine is certainly a boon in pregnancy." Mrs. Flora Cooper, of Doyle, S. Dak., writes: Dear Mrs. Pinkham B Ever since my last child I alaaaaaaaiiaaaaaaar fl aaKf suffered with inflammation of the womb, pains in back, left side, abdomen and groins. My head ached all the time. I, I J could not walk across the floor ' without suffering intense pain. 1 kept getting worse, until two years ago I wrote to you for advice, and began taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I had not finished the first bottle before I felt better. I took four bottles, and have been strong and perfectly healthy ever since, and now have two of the nicest little girls." CTKXWOOOD ! ffomnn's natural destiny. Many women at? denied the happiness of children through tome derangement of the generative organs. Actual barrunnuss is rare. Among the many triumphs of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the overcoming of cases of supposed barrenness. This great medicine is so well calculated to regulate every function of the generative organs that its efficiency is vouched for by multitudes of women. Mrs. Ed. Wolford, of Lone Tree, Iowa, writes: Dear Mrs. Pinkham Before taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I had one child which lived only six hours. The doctor said it did not have the proper nourishment while I was carrying it. I did not feel at all well dunng preg M' mm mx fjtl IHHm K n wA 8! Jli I &9 " WELL BRED. SOON WED." WHO USE :a0:30CC33 r CIRL8 SAPOLIO ARE QUICKLY MARRIED. I ?CCCCCCCC2CCeCCCCCCCCCC Hard Man lo Ciet At. The manager ia a hard man to tee. Shut in hi private oilice and 'with a , he u inaecet&ible to boy in the an one whom that boy does not know. You cannot even get our card bent to him; the boy always wy he i not in. You will get the mine answer at the box oilice. 1 i nn ember hearing an old manager once tav to his office boy: "My son, if you don t learn to apeak other people's line you will not kucceed in this business. 1 have written a part for you. Whenever auyone you QOUlK!IUWiaHi lft.llI.lMuniuu. uiai a our cue to answer;. 'No, sir.' 1 wish you I t in tnat line rrom to be dead this time on." Scribner'a. well-traine- d ante-roomletter-perfec- There's Only aAaa One Quality in Athletic Goods A. O Sl'ALUINO l S.S of J'i'ipK-Win- ter to. - Wheat.-NaSre- d, Annr-rTiJi- re .' 7:'.-- i "Spalding." Accept no . substitute.Catalogue Pre. Handsome Chicago. M Denver. T"TEH-Ctiotced- alrv - 1 - DO h . . I JOITK-Wln- "Xow," Mid Hunker, "I can once more face the world an honest man. The last of my tleht i I'nnaueipnis outlawed. North American. Travel quickly, comfortablv, luxuriously to Cuba by palatial steamship of Plant Line, sailing live times weekly, l'ort Tam"I sulTcrcd llio lorcuren oftlie damned or via trim protrudliiK piles brouirlit on by constipapa to Havana, either by direct was Key West. Apply to L. A. Uell, IW. Clark tion with which I your afflicted for twenty years. I ran across CASCAKKTS In the Street, Chicago. town of Newell, lo., and never found anything I am entlroly free from equal them. To-dto One swallow may uot make a summer, plies and feel llko a new man." but one frog makes a spring. Chicago Daily C II. Keitz, 1411 Jones St., Sioux City, la. ay CIcnred. & I3KOS. New York. PILES r m. CANDY CATHARTIC tmaoi mark woismmto News. 870,-00- uu-We- not 1'ioo's Cure for Consumption relieves the obstinate coughs. Hcv. D. Ixington, Mo., Feb. 21, '0i. lluch-uiuclle- r. stir-abou- raOt'K-Kam- A muddy street may look like "hasty t in. out it's Euddmg," Bulletin. hard to TROUBLESOME BANDITTI. Ueu. W'mnl Senita Mountctl Troopa to Vlrlully of hitn l.nU Several AVer t'Hitureiland Out- - Man Killed. CVnt.K-.Kl- m tOXj. tb bllAIN Wheal-- Na Wemern INDIANAPOLIS. 5 No. 2 U-l- n Na Svtettern guallly 2 6J 4 40 ti 1 St to (V Stricken with Sciatica? St. Jacobs Oil will strike it out and cure. Some men are so mean their best friends don't like then very well. Atchison Globe. Good. Pleaiant. Palatable. Good Meter HlcSen. Weaken, or Orlpo.lOc.SJctOo. Tto CornNo. Mats Tronpa t otailnc Home. Hiciimo.nii, Va., March 27. News has been received from Havana to the effect that the 1st battalion of Company M, of the Ith Virginia regiment, left there Saturday on the San Antonio Thcro has been komc trouble from banditti in me last few days In the vicinity of San i.uth. uitcn it was reported Gen. Leon ard Wood, military inviennr. ni mounted troops as well ns tho . tire force of gendarmerie Into the district with instructions to capture the band If its possible. They met with no success hut finally Lieut, llanna. Cen. Wood's aide, went to San Luis to make a personal Investigation, with the result that within JU hours the ringleader, rrnncisco Dlegue. and live others were captured and later two more taken and one killed while, resisting- nrrest. All arq now closely guarded In the military prison here, the jail not bcini? coiis!(lie.il cnf.. ..- ing to the friendship felt for the'nris- oners by several prominent insurgent olllcers residing in Santiago. 25. - Santiago dkCuha. March CHAIN j KWlK-Nt-, riiM'IJ "" j a"..! mUel mixed I.oniSVlt.i.i,..., VI - Wheat pwivinti.i w- t- Mixed. Na tn. 2 red.... 3TS O 4 00 3 : U & 44 0 Stiff as a poker sore as a boil? cobs Oil will relax, soothe, cure. m m St. Ja- surii.r it.a.dj rru7 rsitar. II fl Tfl BIO Sold and ... CURE CONSTIPATION. Mwtfaai. k tr ... . sif by nil druc- - lT"'awan U10 (4 2, There i money in many sports, but baseball has diamonds in it. L. A. W. Uulletin. dHOOT Winchester ioaded THE BEST $PRING TONIC. As winter pisses away it leaves many people peelind weak, depressed and easily tired. This means that the blood needs attention and sensible people always taKe a tonic at this time of year. Purgatives arc Used pee. Jem FOR 152 lam AAMt hot Gun StiELi fl hi BvAiLTHMrHwSims. ch a Postal gwd, QTAUKU. PMl UlBTRATtD ViN'CHKTCii Repeating Arms (5? 60k(fKftsmAr, Htm (Hum. Contt il MAINE not the ridht medicine of n 'TJaEHraF fortlm Nury, CiucAdo. March S5. The naval recruiting station here is actively n. gaged In enlisting apprentices for the navy, the recruits ranging from IS to 17 years of age. The Chicago station, which has its headquarters In the temple, Is under tlie charge of Lieut. 11. W. Wells, who was Adm. Schley's Hag kecretnry during tho vvnr Willi hpaln. .Ma-mjh- .lmitleea Dr. Williams' Pink Pills For Pale People are the best tonic medicine in the world and do not act on the bowels. They stimulate the strendthenind. they weaken instead n. b. QovxaincENT certificate. Tin. iiiey aiu or acioai Hauler Ulp lUlnr atrrl In auiali anuvenlp. ancl watch ra.ta. l'ockrl piece or wutrh cluirtn 10c. OllirnlcrlKiia tic tu II ia Tlie bcwy t.A llntiron watclira made of (roM. tllti-r- , and 01S dlrcd -- Maine ' tteel aiu mar Telou.ly beautiful Tbe Saints .mi One I'ollai und sampfna Two Dnllai- Watrlien are th4 inailinuin of value Send fot llooklelO JONHIIir JKI1HSK, - " appetite, enrich the blood, strengthen the nerves and make people feel bngntt active and SO Ka.l Hi Slre.1. Sail TDKS, I ' strong. iiKAiiEiia HeUer Itreil'o Trli. HiiUNHtVKJK, On., Mareti 'J.I. six-stor- y l'c-ru-- aent wmie Here, departed Xork. left .lekyl Island Friday for a trip to the Florida resort t. llliss, who cntertninci tho presi- iteed for sew Speaker No one Is better nolo to spe'dt of this fact thnn Miss Hazel Snider, y alio tins rosy chccki, BpurklliiK nycx nnd a plump firm,lilcli prove Unit she lavery thin, her cliceka in tcooil health. A venr iiro lls Kutdcr wim juile, eyes sunken and dull. Hho wua troubled with nervousness und Rcncrnl debility. Hlio ii.vh: "After fccvenil months' treatment from the family physician wo and did not know aw ho could do no iukhI. 1 was dlscounm-ewhat to do. Ono day I read an Item tn npupcr of tho wonderful cuntthoqiinlllteHnrUr. WIUIihum Pink Tills for I'nlo People. I tried tho medicine, and when nenrlythroiiph wllh tho second box noticed a chniiBO for th better. After 1 Imd tiikon elijht boxen I was cured, uud liavo had no occasion to take any kind of medlclno since. I owo much to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for l'alo Joojio. nrobably mj lire, ami I itdv .e any ono suilirllig witu irounies simiiur o mine. Miss Hazel Snideh. IU UIKG (UCtfU pitlS." a charmliiKjtmni: woman of Arlliuctoii, Ind. To-da- TO IIUY ANVT1IINO ADVKUT1SKI) IN 1T8 COLUMNS B110UI.il INSIST Ul'O.N 11AV1NU WI1ATTIIKV ASK KKHllilSU ALL KUIISTITUTKS OH IMITATIONS 1 1)IUIM3 or this r.ii:u Contain every inomn tlirceorloiircoiiipieteatorlea. rvrral ilinni'Ilve arltclra. half a doieii original poenia, and twrnty liatt'H of book review., curienl toplre and Inteie.tlng .'liltat. 1XiZi nrnfuvelT illu.tratril, l'rlceonly 10eent.,orSI a year, po.tpald, Tito only reprrprntatlvo m.i?ailne of rullfornla nn4 the (Ireat We.t. MIIIIMCKIIIP. NOW. AO alontKonier) Street. 8A.N UtANCISt.-Q- . CALIFOlLNlA. MONTHLY THE OVERLANDlllelllirto.l IK.UbllnllcaUCJ.br - i U7.-IJ- obert Itun-IHiw- Stunkacsy llettei. London, March M. A dispatch to the Standard from Vienna Saturday aiorning says that M. Michael Mimic ncsy, tho famous Hungarian painter, who waa reported Friday to a dylutf wndlttou, ia much better. paid by Sold by all drug gists or sent post- G ONSTIPATI0N UEXD. HR0N10 1 1 I Heirular Ilowels are. Racenttal 1" Hcalib. Add. II vntiA Mei 1CU.kCo.1Iox tai.llefltD.WIs. Williams' Medicine Co., Schenectady, H.Yon receipt of price, So per bov, six boxes,$a5-2- . the Dr. Ooocli Tuta Oood. H Dest In ttiuo.Hyrop. by drngalKa. SaU aH Uso Wk M A. N. K.- -E 004tUi 17B4 1VUK2V WKIT1NO TU) AltVCUTlHkKIa Pltaw aisle that yon am- - lb AdrUaM MWBt lu tula iaier. ?M. -"'' I -- "Wl rv,thii.-'- . " j Y 1 rHMSI T." t I. - ti- -'.J A4l ; - " m yp.L"Hiwl pi'ii'n mim LOCAL NEWS. Illph Water Marko at Cnlro. 1032. 1SX1, 1S84, THE HICKMAN COURIER. TO tllA.WIH TIIK t'OL'XTY LIME. lleorge Warren. HICKMAN, KY., FRIDAY, i roK MAKGFI 31, ISiHJ. Feb. 26th, Fob. fth, Fob. 2'-M, (iovriinoi: 18SVJ, March 2Sth, 15 toot 'J tenths. So the river lacks 5 and C foot of being np to tho highest Hoods. fit foot 9 6'J foot S 51 foot 10 inches. Inchon. inche. Morris. Circuit Court Clerk, Subject to tho acll mi of the Democratic j is in Fraukfori with H T. Tyler, reprehontniK tho county beioro mo niaie State Convention. I Equalization Board. Tho Countv Attorneys of tho First Thr InttTftntp Odd Follows As- - ConKrosiioiinl District tiro to moot in P. WAT. HARDIN. J W. ! soeiation will meet in Paducali on j)ril L'Gth. TnE Fourth Tennessee volunteers rill be mustered tint about the 1st of April, says the Adjutant General. County Attorney A W. I.imLxay loft yesterday to nttonii. The object of the mooting is not stated. The Cormr.n has received a now selection of bo.mtirul job tvpo, and and others needing letter hond.--, bill hetitN. envelope. &c, are asked to give us their work. Wo tusk it on merit 1,i1,MY. to-iv- . liter-chant- s f' i s. ! The Comma during its long jour nulistio life has never sued a patron. Iw'w'l. with few executions, nil on v Bm tnm. nrt. n fow n much in arrears IlilMiiniiiiuiiciMneiii. that we shall liave to take executions. ' --" These few might at least explain "why. Iveti-thekMoKinlky and Roosevelt for, vstern editor was running the Kepnblleans, and Bryan tint frnth" at the ,ofto .iWl Snhlev for the Dcmocrata, are tho ieadot his paper. Tho other day. how- next Presidential tickets, favor- - ever, ho was compelled to encounter I several gentlemen wno oujecieii io uie eil h. many politicians. truth being told, and us a consequence and tho following the motto Thk horror of the Windsor ho- i' uotico was disappeared"Until we roeovur printed : tel liurniuc has never been sur- from injuries recently received, this ..... r ......i.i, tt..r- - IllCfti.ltV. passed at any place. It Ir crimi- paper will lie just like the rest of thorn." K!UI11IJ llliutc ll.nl nal to maintain Hitch death traps An exchange says r Dissolve twenMrs Martha IMnce is to be nml if lawn were properly enfnnv ty pounds of common salt and ten in Sing Sing prison. New exist. It's on Hounds of nitrate of ammonia m seven rd'they could not orK, sometime during uie com lv uffpr it' ton lute that the real gallous of water I'onr this in quart and you havofiro thin rhHPictcr of such huildinfis are bottles of at liuiid in ease of need The iug week. The crime for which . ureiittilcs is to suffer the death penalty Kiii'H. bottles should be tightly corktd to prc- - she ' Gov. IJradley haa decided (0 move to oan rrmieisro, uui.. io nnu'tie.eluwat the ex ration of his hihkcb term. T1P umernor nud prices. "djthe The following bill 1ms boon in troduceil In the Tennessee Legl hit tire ly Hon. J. II. O. Hutch inson: An Act to Chaiige Hip Honnda Liie between the Uouutie Obion and Lake Section 1. He it enacted by the General AMeuilily of the Slnte of Tennepsee, Tlial the boundary lin between the countieN of Lake ami Obion shall be nud is hereby changed ad follown: (usteiid tif the present boundary line luHwoeit the two said couiilies the followJ iiiC line shall be and In hereby cotiMtiiuted the boundary line ho tweeu hake and Obion: Hegin-nliiiat the jtiiiiMlnn of the boundarj llnea of Lake, I),eratid Oblon comities, and running Kiist to! Lane's Ferry mid lliekman public road, thence north east to tho western side of said rontl, past the town of bn mil ere to where said road crosses the boundary line between Tennessee and hihI thoneo west with said Slate line to the nreaenl bound ury line between Lake mid Oblon counties, where it intersects the boundary line between Kentucky and Tennessee. r - 0 wgaaaYflfcsatrivu ii mmii fwpwtwi1 " ' iim wenmcrti M Puffin' On Style won't tin without you Iino tho correct thing In the wey I ..n -'--- --s ...1--3L- -- fjM amssma W zrSZ v-- of a turnout. IF YOU WANT M G3S5B3 f lf AN ELEGBNT BUGGY thiMCholri for I fr; Phnolon or Surrey, call on us. Ours linvo mvlc, lieantv end service. Our 189!) model SUKKKY nt $90.00, is eiinul to i? 1 10.00. Now Unck-lmnds tt Good single strap "Harness, $10 and up. slock of PlowGcar, Collars, Hatnes,.TrnccclminH, High wheel combined check Kowrni and g??3 Drills. elen-trncnte- d EMS jfc Malta Double Shovels Hepairs. gls " K leeislature Is in fir they must bo thrown in near the break and the matter of judicial tl:ime. sous towl, to effect thus hlwrate the desired the reform, and many juilces and at- - rcsn l contain are to be removed. In or i lorneys iiie man who ranKes a success or an dor to prevent defeat lv united lilllK.ui.tuL unci tiia itu It separate Killtf liiii'i crowd. Heti;iiilt;u out for himself. mi' nihility vouched for. Gov. Honse- opposition, strikes lieen prepared lor each case. At nerve. It takes a treat lot of grit veil, in declining to extend clem least six judges and as itiuny at- liut the man that succeeds has both. lenity, said the only reason he torneys will be legislated out of Any man can fail. The public ml m ire 'could offer for such a course I , tno man who has enough confidence in would be to declare that no wt- - I office. minsojr to take a enauco. Tlue cliauc man should ever suffer death pen- - I tbe main thing after ull. The I Acting Gov. Worihington, in es. tirowho tries to succeed must expect ally for murder. man boy to bo criticized. Nothing important was pardoning a thirteen-year-olTflK Tennessee in " 'vent eviixiratiou, and when there g-.i- na earnest her stop dauuh ler. The crime was a horrible one I and without mi nppsrent extemia- - I ting circumstance. The question of her sanity has been passed on by experts ami her entire respitm is ttie murder of Si R MrrOUMICK Hindure and Mowers. OLIVER CHILLED Vulcan PlowB. Sanders & Reeves. SSTT?433 S tfgzsvKTga?,i!Lvzi'va.iwjrAga!i !3I MWKMAN WAGON CO., .nA.MiMcriKcits r nir. rr.i.r.nRATt.D d M tiary trotn Pike county, said that s long as the power remained in his hands, and until the State provided a suitable reformatory, he would turn all such priunner nut us fast aa the courts omit them to who had been seut to the peniten- , ever douo but tho greater number con THK Clinton Democrat says the suited previously doubted tho possibili people of Columbus and vicinity ty. Success is the accomplishment of are looking for a remarkable crop tlmt wincn most people think can t be of strawberries. There are about douo. i l raw 3 S&tB tbe penitentiary. TnE legislature of Arkansas hue enacted tbe most important piece of legislature, ever before them. "It wnH a bill that nil the The members be vaccinated. bill was passed and the law executed on the spot, each member bearing his brawny arm to the lancet, find receiving his inoculation of the cow poxX THE ONLY EXCLuilVE MILLINER, Mrs. Lou Harper respectfully attracts vour attention to tho fuet that he has received her SPUING MILLINERY C300DS, raro and choice selections, and J made with special hopo to ple:io tho taste nnu judgment ot irlcnds ami customers. Sho Is also pleased to announce that she has tho services of Mrs. Jennie Hall an accomplished Modiste and who will give special attention to thia department. Dress-maker, acres of strawberries right around Columbus ami a good crop means lot of money in circulation. 700 W O. "WiSTrit. druggW, Clinton, Ky., says he has sold Plantation Chill Cure for many years, and among tho many chill tonics he linds the l'luntatlou the ho nelln, as It acts tlinrn-u- t most from tho unininc tonics, which only stops chills for a hhort time. It removes the cause, nud the euro is pennanont A M n 1) H eSE3 iStl t ft &XOWE&N WAQOXTS HICKMAN, JCIEIErTTJ aiECY. - Tard. w D. Watson, of Graves county, ex County Clerk, ami a very J. popularKentlemau.it is given out. is n naiidjdate for Senator from this District. We hud hoped that Kd. Walker would have a clean Held, but Wutson's candidacy promises a nip and tuck race. Mr. and Mn J To The Editou : W. White, living in Missouri, ripiptitt-Hickmahave tho sympathy of uinnv From llemlcrhou Gleaner.) friends in tho s of their little m The Hickman Courier thinks who died on tho 20th inst., of .Meuiujn the discussion of good roads haw tis. He was a sweet little child, .itred 11 months and 11 days. He was thf given way to the talk about bid Idol of loving parents A Fi:ikm Com lets on County Hoads. lo-v- r KEBn. & KANDLE, Mnim ronds which seina to bo tho rule rather than their exception. So far the GLEANER has yet to hear of a better solution of this vexed quaitlou than that offered TRIBUTE OF RESPECT. To the Toe supply of garden seed for distribution by (ho State Agricultural Bureau bus been exhausted. Tbe Commissioner informs tbe Couriek that the report of the purchase of $10,000 worth of seed wan erroneous, and that the sum really expended for this purposo by it, namely, that in all tho counties In the State the convicts be put to work building roads, part of such expense to he borne by the State and part by the comities thus employing same. If there, is a better plan the Gleaner would like to hear of same. A Hickman, Ky., March 0$ctrt unl Member of 20. ispy the M. ;' appointed to draft reolutions on thedoathof Urotln r Ai.r.x. E. Cur.KK, respectfully subn it Sunday School : "We. your Committee, : m C3 3 STATEMENT OFCONTK.YSTS. h was only 728.75. Edison's Latest Inventions. .purpose : "1st. To encourage the .growth of iChe. popular view that the general government should take immediate control of the Iqyho no perfect it." "2nd. To give the people of this fertile region u luminous description of their beautiful valley as it exista todav and a heroscopo of its future. It will trace the lovee Mstem from Its inception and the iiuiproveiueiU of the valley in jmce lt!i It." . sya-ter- tho. tender earn of II. T. TYLEIt, 0. A. IIOLGOMMS. .7. NAYLOlt. W.I I. RALTZKR NOTIONS, Him who doeth all thiugs well, and w ho J. W. OOU'niLL. W. h. MpOUTGHKN, 1. H. SHAW. lias promised to comfort tho h carte of THEKEAKE OTHERS. Kvcry- His Korrowiii' children. Call and sec our Stock. Uesolvi d, That tho Every editor has received thorn struct wl to transmit to Secretary ! in of mu says an exchange. The postmas- deceased brother a cojiythe family res;ln tfiing up to date. of tliHe S. K. ter sends them to the editor The tions, and that they bo spread upon &Co. postmaster is not to blame. For of tho school, and publtshiW in Our Alluvial Valley. instance, there was a man by the tho IIickmav Coniiiu:. "W(' work ly kUJ lfi.re Mm Sprig-gins- , lt aiy wK mrr I.ckiiii, Tho prospectus of an elaborate name of well says Tim Win ii tli" JU.ttr'n pliitullt who sent us to ."Hrviint nr On. I, writ ,tm. yaluable literary work by Mr. stop his paper, ho three notices us and KENTUCKY HICKMAN, didn't want , Ill RllOtlltl flll Frank H. Tompkins is at hand.' nny longer. We wondered what IUti nut the u.irnlni; cry, AnJ tlm ri'iijr pu-"- J tu uiKwer (Suece8or to Win. Dlcstelbrlnk,) The title of tbe work will be "The was the matter. Upon examinItritilj, am " In Mm COUniHIt IN DrALK Mississippi ing the subscription book we JOUKNAI. thnn in nj othvr Jliparian Landu of the Mas Maociii: Rasdlc, $10. Ho never per pnbllihed both la qunllljr and found Tim P. D, Ti'iiNcu. Oflloo over Oowfiill & Cowgill'n Com. River Past, Present, Prospec- had paid a short and yet he stopquantity. cent .IAS. U. Wl'AItN, tive." The author gives as his ped his psper as a matter of ecoDrue Storn. Edison io working on a new in ventfoa for transmitting pictures by wire, and says it will be a success. He says that there is no reason why man should not live o te one hundred yearu old, and that it can be done by supplying lost tissues from the lower by transfusion and engrafting. If he will turn his attention to that he will make more money than he will ever need. The possibilities of keexiing men and women up to the full enjoyment of the pleasures of life before old age has palled them in the most attractive oue that could be imagined. am-main are sending millions of dollars to tho Cuban soldiers to give them a start in life; we are sending millions of cartridges to the Philippines to givo their inhabitants a free transfer to the happy land. In the Western Hem isphere we are the good satuuri tan; in tho Eastern Hemisphere we are the and heart less oppressor. Groat is imperial-IsI "Who will haul dowu tho flag t" Exchange. lone-suffering Wo gave Cuba her liberty, nud we bought Spanish sovereignly in the Philippines for $20,000,000. Gomez is a second George Washington; Agninaldo is a trailer. We iron-hande- d Whbiikas It has pleusod our kind merciful Heavenly Father, in the x ereiso of His wisdom, to t.ako from ur midst our gloved brother and Suuu.u-School companion, Ai.k.y. E. CitKHi thereforo, bo it Resolved, That it is with urn'onm! sadm-sthat wo reconl the death of o.ir youug friend, who, in tho nwrnmg-tiuof a bright, vigon,n and manliood, lias Deeii taken from his f ti ily ami friends. lelved. That wo humbly bow t thisi sad dis)cnsation of an all is. videnoo, recognizing in it atuid r message from a loving Father to a farli fill servant, biddinir him to higher linn or.s and a mnro glorious easti-nooHesolved. That in tlio de.ttli of At rx Cur.KK our Ciiurch ami Sunday Srhiol has lost a zealous meiulK-rhis family a dutiful son and atfeetion.tto brotla r nml tho community a youthful eiti.on w Ikw daily walk and conversation was well worthy of emulation. Resolved, That our heart-fel- t Bympi-thbo es tended to the bereaved family of our d'parted and that wi s tho following Watches, Diamonds, Jew:lry, Clocks, Silverware, &g l'FINE 1 SJV A WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING SPECIALTY. 2r Genuino 80th Thoninn Alarm Doors Eaat of Laclode Hotel, .-- .-- Ulocku for ?1.00. " c. x. uoi.coam:, r. rrf-'- t. ' B. T. TTMIlt, rrn't " flAi4U gj n ffiiaj&S ICZMAN llf1;CiJL V twJJQB fnH look Store. . Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS, Mmm. :nia.'"i..i Pan Up Capital $50,000.00 HICKMAN, KBNTUOKT. j5i B AUE, ii WfC. spar. ' ': HIOKMAN, KY. ' JOHMIX, . r :.:. 910,000. , sirup 1. us am) HMivini:i STATIONERY, ' iuofit Solicits your btiHincfla. Wo offor tho moat Liberal Accommodation to our GtiHtomore OoiiHiHtent with KHtubliuhed IhiukiuK I'riucipleH. tn-n- d, '"oinmend tliom to &t DR. DAVIDSON YOU j iouii-l.il- i 1 'l II.M-- il B. laif Ml, kwmcky. Xon.ifcisit. GET MOKE TWICK-A.WEE- hi-i-e 1 to Iobo any more by him. A fow days afterwards Spriggins was at .church and his melodious tenor rang out loud and clear in the old stirring song ''Jesus Paid it All." He might have been mistaken but his earnestness impres sed us. So tho next day we sent him a receipt In full begging bis pardon for not knowing that ho .had made an assignment of his liabilities to to Lord. Murray iLedsur. nomyto us. He didn't want it ESTRAY NOTICE. Fancy groceries and Provisions, 104 Papers One Year Taken np iis stravs by . Adum living in 1' niton county. Ky., on tin' Luiisford road, about one tutle nnrth ()f FRBB DELIVERY, Rush Creek Church, and about tw, miles south west of .Moscow, Ky No. 01; Real- Tolophono-St- oro head of shoats, of black color. 4 them males and one female Ow. N, t . idenco, No. has a Hwallnwfork mark in (lie loft e(r tho mark hsw the appearance of l i'.. O n.Momtw, Drugglbt, Moscow. Ky.. bit out by a dog No other mutk- - ," oils Plantation Chill Onro and brands porceivabln. Valued at 7 .50' .. .vs h. becanso it eradl- Given under my hand tins Mr, h '1,1, iStnosSteinofall malarial poKon, , J, V loy, J p i. c and ha b'"1UllUlet'', lt' momm W i). a. PAitic. j. & o. HPKIOIIT. Fop The NAI- 50 Cents, TWICIJ-A-WKE- K "a PARK MAYEIELD, SPEIGHT, KENTUCKY. COUMEK-JnU- "f Ma-ees- of Kulton County. I'roinpt Attention lihen Collection' Will do n General Law UuMnoea in all Gourtfl, Statu and Federal, and in all tho Courts rqual of ramiy dtilir anil tha superior of all other paptri. It prima moro real mw, mora itooil cltis mnilfr, more good atorlcn, than any other, Ii. ueil Wfdneaday and Haiurday. A ynni oonimlnnion loagentn. Humple eopiai fr on appllontlnn, Writt Io Ih tho COUBIER-iOURNAL CO,, !i