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OLDEST 3sr.ra wfcpPKR - s . ,,, 'li iTfiJ wn:ftT rcKisr - . . - , . ,,, y TSSrSt KENTUCKY. - HICKMAN, rULTON COUMT, KY., APRIL- 7, 1899- Yonr Homo Merchant. VOL. XXXIV,- - SO.The Fiscal Court!. - 26V mmtmmmmmmmmmtwmmmmmmmmmmm?tt THE SPRING EXPOSITION. Ita nn cxpohitioti of tlio New Spring Millinery, Fino Dress Goods and TrliinnitipH, I.ndies Tailor Made Suits, Shirt Waists, ifco., und (lit! showing has itnniHcd much eiiUuisiubm on all sides. We have Imd nni.M(! and compliments from every one. We feci (lint we liave Hiirpussed our own previous best efforts. Come ami feafit your eye on the beautiful thingu displayed. ft nwwf Millinery, Thin Department is the main center of attraction jut now. '1 he Pattern Hats arc lovelv, hut the oreutiouH of our milliners are lovelier still. Words mnnol do justice to the beau-tili- il things hIiowii hero, and we hope you'll come ace them. LAD IKS lailor-Msd- e Suits. This is a new fenturc with us this reason, but it has met with popular favor at once. We hhow Nomu 15 or 20 different styles ol Suits iiing-in- jj in price from 80 to S23.00. Tlieso are made in the very latest styles and in the best possible manner. Jackets lined All-Wool iOharllo Oarmel r. 79c. Ladies "Dollar" Kid Gloves. Excellent quality In Black. Brown, Tans, Mm unit ('reeiw. Come in I.nco ttiid Clnhji u with Kills. Crash Suits from 1.25 up. Dollar everywhere and woth the money. fastening. Sold at : ioc! Pique Suits, Duck Suits, Skirts of every description, Cni-sh- , Duck, Pique, Silk and Satin. Handkerchiefs. Pure Linen Hemstitch. Nicu iii.ihty Linen mid cheap at double tlio uioary, Ludit-s 69c Dress Goods AND I'itlMMINGS. Wi an extremely imxlou lor you to Mf tin e, for we know you . ill not wo many of tho limii wo litu die, iw they urn exclusive with u. Motuucliuc DcSoiu I'imi Silk fabric, in Unlit nnil dark grouudh, with hiuall and Wko Hifure, uud alto in Kolid ' color. Oaza Dt'Sulc. Oreniullii. ClmUiex, Or " Ladies White Pique and Bedford Cord Shirt Waists. picked up as a bargain. You'll not find t t them in tno regular way ICC8 than a Dollar ami 1 25 any- where. . A special bargain, k 4ft W ifr klmtiPti Jl Wm -- Ma EfiEHHtKT----'mp- msJs&lLs ' v , 35c. Stringe as' it rimy1 appear, it Is held there next Sunday. truo that the railroads are among Tttt. For 80 days only, we will clean MWKuarantee for 1 year, your Watch the chief advocates of good 00 for only 60 cents, the Old Reliable. roads. Bob Taylor delivers They are not ariselfisb in this hl new lecturo on Lovo, Laughter and Bone, in Union City. April 12. for tho oor is it any particular desire to tofitof the O. P. Church, see the ododition' of the farmer Chambers, of Jordan, has bettered that' causes them to Mcght the stock of goods formerly own-t- i by Tom PaMhall, assigned, of Fal speud time and money in inducing farming communities to make STl sa, and will movo it to Jordan. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCli!' Mayor Dillon and Mr. J. W. Cow- - gravel and macadam roads. There gill will attend tho session of tho Grand is a big traffic viu the material for Tho Poducah Convocation will meet" Lodge of tho Knights of Honor, which the roads, aud there is where the in Hickman, April 11th, 13th and 13th.'- cigcu in Loulsvillo next Taesday. profit for the fail roads comes iu. PROGRAM. . r ad u t ...n A .i.Im Mam Supplies of gravel and rook are Offlcers Rev. B. E, Reed, Dean : Kevf to'littendlnu the M. E. Sunday School not to be found everywhere. R. S. Carter, Secretary. Convention at Pari, Teun.. this week. Railroad men say that turnpikes TUESDAY, APEIl'H." , , Ea is a delegate from ho Hush Creoparalell to their own lines are a 2 p. m! Devotional Service and Ad- auMujy oviiixii. .detriment rather than a benefit, dress. Mr T K. SmiHi. nf Vnlfyin. ft nmm. 2 :46 p. m. Reports of congregations as goods are often baoled on kinK young lawyer, and truly one of 7 :80 p. m. Evening Prayer and Ser-- " the most worthy and deserving citizens good roads; that would otherwise mon by Rev. Chas. H. Bwing, of Union- but that town. reported to bo a candl- - be shipped bj railway f the couutv. Is the cross lines .lieupftt then to Jato for tho Lcglslatnro. WEDNE8DAY, APRIL. 12. tra traffic 10 a. m. Morning Prayer and Sermon '.yf xr ff.M n.mlaT t nnA rf frltffc .raf such an extent la tba r JIUHIJ kiuuij vv. v. ...v "vv wJU be On-tr- y 'r-Fr-ank Carnthersvillo. Mo. rcoaira on the Methodist Ohnrch bwing been completed, regular services a f-lh- that tho home merchant sells would not offset tho losses no would' oxpcriuuco if shot and killed goods and was Long, in M.iyflcld, Monday. Both ho bought expensive forced to keep them on hand till they were boys. lost their voluo. Patronizo your home Geo. 0 Hall and Miss Mattio merchant. He is one of the upbuildircham were married in Fulton on ing influences of your town and in just wiaehday. what measure ho prospers, tho town Mr. Don Corum, accompanied by will prosper and your property incrcaso ucice, arrived in tho city Monday in value. E1-war- d Tho industries of. a town are tho spokes in its wheel ot progress. Every It. Ti Ttr.ullnv spent Sunday in time yon take a dollar away from your tTnion Ohv. of Pulton, was in the homo merchants and spond it wifh outCollins, siders you aro just doing rx much to iiiue(iay -- H. A Tyler spent several days in weaken those spokes. A good many Nashville, thin wni.l--. knocks of that sort will broak the spoko $ V in. Robo, of C.irntheravillo, Mo., and several sioke missing- will break 5-in the city this week-- . tho wheel down. If your, homo mer.tr--y IJ- Peeler spent soveral days at chant keeps hduest goods nt fair prices, patronizo him. Dont think that the M homo in lik' KimH j Tmm. rj in tho lioine stores are not as sty-is- h Solid (Sold Snectablcs. 2.G0. nor desirable as thoso yon buy at other cities. If tno homo merchant mu tested freo at tho Oi.dKeluiilk. W Miw Bvrtic Watson, of Tintonvillo. keeps shopworn goods, maybe it is your Toun , h tho guest of Mm. Maggie Tur own fault, because you lot his goods Ho idle on tho shelyes. If ho doou not hanucr. dle tho best quality of goods, perhaps it 4 Misrt Leone Fnnnn. who in nttnndintr u because you buy iroin outsiders ana Bbnle College, Mnrj)hroc8boro, Tcuu., is tho small amount of good quality goods -Toiii - a Local and Personal. 1 v.. n hnnie. o Faror tiood Roads. Tho Fulton County Fiscal Court waY in session Monday and Tuesday. Pros;" cnt Judgo Kc.arby, and Esi's. J". W. Mayes and J4. F. Mancso. Tho Magis"-- " tr'atofrom Madrid Bend absent, and the' Magistrate elect from Fultoh" failed t'6' qualify. , Tho Sheriff's delinquent tax list' num'-- . bored 696. There was in tho hands tho Sheriff on April 4, 11,994 89, and tlio claims allowed siuco amount to'tai.' 4b7 03, Tho county haa ab6ut fSOoW taxes from thb banks and whatoverinaV bo realized from ddllnqhenra to coverthis apparent shortage It is proper' to state, howbver, that thoprcsent counb'' officials had about fl,500 to pay for. the' Mud Creek bridge ttnd'Bayou du Ohien1 levoethat was'canla'ted to bo paid out' of 1897 levy, anil but for this the counijr" would have had a'surpiue. thd county levy ffai'tixed at" f l'poli1 tax aud 15 cents ad'valorom,' which JsJ believed to l)o' amply" sufllcient to meet1' all expenses. By the by, it shonld be noted that this is tho lowest tax rate of any county id Kentucky. Tho committee for building abridgo' across Little Obion was continued, with- out limit as to prico, with instructions to nave unuge built. ,H. M.Kearbv. A. C.Holmes. A. W. Lindsay and J. W. Mayes, wo'ro ap- -' pointed .a committeo to determine the ' nepessary repairs to 'county court house, '. and to report to. an adjourned meeting' of the Fiscal Court, 'April 29th, or when called by the County Judgo. The committeo on County Roads re- ported rules of instruction to overseers','' which will bo published hereafter. - ! A .1 -- . - 'J JUuteShrftWaist? Linen color, with neat stripes. Nicely made and fitting, and well worth 50c. wo UltllDIIlgSt Car)KtM, Llnolonm and Oil Clotl Window Shade and Lie) Curtaitm. tbey brlni in addhioaftti tha fT- "Sctimaa cdtlw,ni5vileclhei e)fcssjld- tbatlHiupiyltnr1WS-,ke tho race for Representative. - vestment for rairoaus to be Id mako a splendid Roprcsout- strong advocates for good' high"tod is backed by numerous " - p fnBe-2,: 80 p .djafct'-- t v '&M fnfrida. si ways'. S 1 Our lines of above arc very complete and invite inspection. L. P. & I I 1 W. S. ELLISON. I 1 1 I I I I 11 5T M I M H I II rilMMMMUUMUMHIIil4UUilU44M44U6IU-IUIU44U44UUU4441 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 I I I 1 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 1 I I 1 I I 1 I 1 II I 1 1 I II M I I 1 1 I Mrs. HI S. Henderson, w. &. Mcuucr m son auo family ; Holly Henderson and family) Mr. and Mm. .1. T Stephens. t7 Mr. Jen? Reeves aud family, aurtsovcral others'. 'dlnnrr, TJilil'te steamer, Cyclone, went to Wojf Island, Sunday, cnrriHg a small csenrsion p.irty up to the farm of Mr. Mil's T. Leo, where thoy spent tho day, orjoying a most excellent Easter Tno party consweu 01 Mr. ana tkktJAkA Shaw's AND It is reported that postmasters of tho United States will be 10 a. m. THURSDAY, APRIL 13. Devotional Service. required by the department to 10:15 a. m. Business Session. wear a uniform hereafter, consist 11 a..m, .Address. . ing of light blue trousers with red 11:15 a.' m. Election of Offlcers and . , braid running down the legs, a Committees. t 2 m. Meeting of Woman s Anxil-- " white blouse with gold shoulder iaryp. Reports and general business. ' straps, aud a skull cap with a' sil7 : 80 p. m. Services and Sermon by' ver star in front. Rov. W. K. Marshall, of Owonsboro. m. Address by the Dean;" 2:45 p. m Business Session. . 6 p, m. Reports of Committees. 7 :S0 p. m. Evening Prayer and Ser-- " mon by Rev. L W. Rose, of Henderson: A(J(SMktkSkAtik PL A. 1ST OF. -- -- Big - - Store! Sporting Goods of All Kinds, GUNS, TISTOLS, A Ladies Shoes Hosiery A A Everything a Man May Need ! K O r. I IN- T O 3ST S T J6 B E3 O? 1I1KDWAKE. OEMS' FUKM.SHINU. ("UEESSWABE. 3 a.' CARTRIDGES, SHELLS, GUN PADS1 SCABBARDS, CARTRIDGE BELTS, SPECIALTY. LARGE, NEW STOCK ,' HARNESS and SADDLERY. BOXING GLOVES, FISH HOOKS,- Lines, Leads, Poles, Etc.' . GROCERIES. I MENS' SHOES ... ON HAND I . . . Shoemaklng. mm- WW'tt&& Trr D; artment, our Stock others do not equal, In tho Queenswuro Denartn ;nt, our selection ifl complete ;' In tho Hunhvaro Depart niti t, our list requires u sequel ; In our Grocery Department ii everything to cat. In the Gents Furnishing " J - J 'Ktmmmmw '- t J r- 'VV a.'" . r , ' .! V-- . .. i- - .1.. "- -' 0 . nW. r ' M The Hickman Courier GEOIIGE WAltllKN, l'ubllfher. FIERCE BATTLE0N MONDAY. THE SAMOANJSOMMISSIONERS A Tnotisiint! ELECTS DEMOCRATIC John II. MAYOR. THE FORCE OF HABIT. 44 li M UICKMAN. t : KENTUCKY. InsnrRcnt Were Kncntuitercil Snhlli-- r at KuliiKUii by Our llra MllplniK Were Urheu Hack. lue AilinlnUtratloii putes III Mill Select One to Ut In the Settlement of the Dis- Ai- - ttirlej, Uecteil Over Itoliert li nt Clewlaml, l.j IMuriitlty of Jahn'i tlie 'r tiff Isltitul. -- Out 'I liri-- nn tier of ileturnlnir from Ilia Nnturnl llninhlia Iiis .11 1 liuiisuuil. the Trick. Love and a Cough Cannot be Hid!' VxxiJbJtJiJfei4JAjfc' -- 1 H APRIL Mon. 1899. Sat.!; i "' v ' , .- - .jyEOft.OOO-OUO.Avi- J J- K i 3 I1 0 ?i 'if. 6 5 Present Manila. April tions denote Insurgent government k i perilous condition; its army defeated, (a lnsur discouraged and scattered. ii gents returning to their homes h 6 7 villages between hero am! 1 I. eitlc- and points north of Malolos which our Q T3 14' 15 J parties have readied, am if desire protection of Americans. New 3 16 20 21 97 from V'ivayan Islands more eneourag Oil". 1)23 It Ing every day. 27 28 29 Manila. April 4. A cavalry north of Malolos Monday de4' , .... 4 30 veloped a thousand of the enemy at TTTTTTfTTTTTfTTVfTTft'l Kulngua, live miles northeast. A sharj skirmish followed and resulted in the CURRENT TOPICS. Filipinos retreating. Two heavy coast guns were discovfc'oi.nir.ns in the Italian army arc al- ered buried in the streets of Malolof lowed two hours in the middle of the Monday by (Sen. MaoArthur's men. day for a nap. The natives continue to come within At Des Moines, la., the Iowa Knit- the American linos in droves. All carry ting Co., has been incorporated with a white flags and declare they wish tc 25,000 capital. return to tholr homes, iicn. MacArthur, Thkkk are only seven and in nnxiou'- to conciliate the natives, perremaining' miles of mits them to go through. Sharp w ateli Massachusetts. post office was opened in is kept on them, though. The returnThe first Paris in lur.!. in Kngland in 15S1, in ing natives are apparently the most reAmerica in 1710. spectable element of the people. Thcj Few people arc aware that the first declare that a majority of the FilipiAmerican captain general of Cuba was nos have had enough of war and are Andrew Jackson. anxious to quit. They say Aguinaldo't The postage rates now in force in forces are already disintegrating. the United States will be adopted in Aguinaldo's stories of Filipino vicCuba after April 1. tories over the Americans have proved Since 1841 the cultivated area of Ireland has dwindled from about 4,000,- - to bo so false that even some of hit strongest supporters have lost confi 000 acres to 2,000,000. When it becomes genof dence in him. France is said to be contemplating' a erally known among the Filipinos trip to this country. that the stories told by the rebel leadThe Chinese pronounce their dow- ers about murders and outrage, by the ager empress the most beautiful worn-n- Americans arc without any foundation, whom the celestial kingdom has many of the men now in arms will de ever known. sert Aguinaldo's cause and come ovci Geokok Fiikukrick Watts the Eng- to the American lines. Col. Denby, lish artist, who is now 63, was Ellen Terry's first husband, a fact not gen member of the Philippine commission, arrived here Sunday. erally known. A dm. Dewey has followed the vicIlniTisii military authorities agree that America's best strategists must be torious courcc of the army with close tent to the Philippines if the natives interest. Monday, in the name of the ere to be subdued. navy, he congratulated Maj. Gen. Otit A in i.i. has been Introduced in the on the magnificent work of the army. TcxaslcgislatureappropriatingSlSO.OOO Gen. Otis responded fittingly. for the building and maintenance of a Washington, April 4. Gen. Otis it cotton or woolen mill, or both, in the expected to renew early this week hit Husk penitentiary. Sciiantox, Pa., ranks third in the offensive campaign against the FiliUnited States as an organized labor pinos. The authorities say that it While town, 05 percent, of its skilled mechan- will be short and decisive. Gen. Otis has not communicated hit ics being trades unionists. It is announced that the big smelt- plans to the department. Acting Secing trust, organized with a capital of retary Melklejohn said Monday that he begin 1y advancing the was content to let rest "enjiricc of silver 10 percent, tirely in the general's hands. It is exPkesident McKinley frequently pected that the rcconnoltcring parties does his afternoon's work in the white sent out from Malolos and along the house' library, which is now used as railroad connecting that point with Mrs. McKInley's sitting room. Manila will locate any large bodies ol , X. president of a largo woolen mill company in Norway, may insurgents that may reorganize. start a mill in Milwaukee for the THE ELECTIONSJN MICHIGAN manufacture of underwear and tweeds. A O.UKE.V bee sometimes lays at the They Do Not Show Any Markcil Chance rate of two eggs a minute. As she In tinI'olltlrnl Complexion lives four or five years, she must lay of tlm Mate. million in the about one and course of her life. Detroit, Mich., April 4. Monday's Cait. C. Hath, who had charge of clectfons in Michigan have not shown the execution of the four persons who any marked change in the general po conspired to assassinate President Lin- litical complexion of the state, which coln in lSGH, is at present a railway postal clerk and lives at Jackson, Mich. is normally republican, but the result shows, quite heavy democratic gains in In Sydney, N. S. W the street car lines are owned ly the municipality tome of the larger cities, notably so in and no fares arc charged. Homeless Detroit, Grand llapids, Saginaw, Jack a anu un Kalamazoo. folk, it is said, use them at night in- son stead of going to cheap boarding-hous- generally light vote the repubown licans hold their in the The largest leaves in the world are smaller cities and throughout the rural mid to be those of the Inaj palm, districts. Circuit judges were elected which grows on the banks of the Am- in ."0 judicial districts. Of these about azon. They reach a length of from of the new judges who are 80 to no feet and arc 10 to 13 feet in elected for terms are repub breadth. Am old landmark of San Francisco licans. The republicans Judge Claud will soon be removed to give place to a modern business building. This is ins li. Grant as justice of the supreme the Isthmus house, which in 1840 and court, by a majority of at least 20,000, lb.)0 stood on the shore of the bay at A SWORD F0RCAPT. EVANS. First and Jessie streets. Souk Egyptian boats made of cedar, probably In use 4,500 years ago, have The Crew of the Ilattleahlp Iowa Make t been found buried near the banks of Hamltnnie 1're.ent to the Callaul the Nile, and furnish an interesting Veasel. Commander of th proof of the power of that wood to withstand the ravages of time. San Fhancisco, April 4. The crew ol A sthaxge custom is followed by the battle ship Iowa, now lying at thlf Mexican farmers. They use oxen of one port, have presented Capt. Robley D. color In the morning and another color Evans, who commanded the Iowa In They do not know In the afternoon. why, but they know it must bo the Cuban waters during the war with right thing to do, because their fore Spain, with a handsome sword, accompanied" by a fitting letter. The sword fathers did it. of bears the inscription: "Presented to Mil". Eli.a Knowi.es Hahkei.i Helena. Mont., who has just retired Capt. llobley D. Evans, U. S. N., by the from the assistant attorney general-ahl- crew of the U. S. S. Iowa." of that state, was the first and On the reverse side are the words: only woman to hold that place. She "To our hero too just to take a fallen tvas elected by the populists, is a native foe's, we give this sword Instead." of New Hampshire and a graduate of These words refer to Capt. Evans' Hates college. Pkoi'I.K speak of their eyes b Ing action In declining to accept a Spantired, meaning that the retina or see- ish captain's sword when it was ofing portion of the eye Is fatigued, but fered to him by the commander who such is not the case, as the retina hard- was brought on bdard the Iowa after ly ever gets tired. The fatigue is In the battle oif Santiago. the Inner and outer muscles attached Capt. Evans has acknowledged the to the eyeball and the muscle which receipt of the sword in a letter. surrounds the lens of the eye. The London county council has proII vn Jncliea of Know on the Lei el. posed that a reward of S.1, 000 ho offered Maiivvilli:, Mo., April 4. Snow is for the discovery of a solution of the fnlling- fast. It lies five inches on tho London smoke nuisance. level and is obstructing railway trafllc TiioiuiLK with the Italian miners at Lake City, Col., may bring on interna- and interfering with telephone and tional complications, as telegrams sent telegraphic communication. Cattle are by the Italian consul were opened, suffering. read and withheld by United States A UUiitllng Nnowntorm. officers. St. Joseph, Mo., April 4. Another TliEitEnre072 known volcanoes in the world, of which 270 are active; 80 in blinding snowstorm raged here MonAmerica, 24 in Asia, 20 in Africa. Javu day with good prospects of blocking There was a light has 100, of which 28 are active. In Now street car trafllc. Zealand, within an area of 127 mile, snow Sunday, the first time on Easter there nro 03, ranging from 100 feet U for many years. 800 feet in height. ji Sun. Wamiinoton April 4. The president Wa f hint. ion. April!. The following and Secretary Hav have bet-i- t giving dispatch from (Sou. Otis was received the selection of a repat the war department about 1 o'clock considerationof tothe I'nlted States govmorning, indicating that il resentative Monday ernment on the Samoan commission, was tiled about noon Monday: Indica- lie will not bo a member of either the :t. i.evi:i.a.mi, ()., April 4. John It. V.i i ley, democrat, was elected ovot I Tub. Wed. Thur. Frl. r ' J1LJ1 iii8 21 n 'J- recoil-noisane- -- one-ha- ll horse-railwa- y - CASI.MUl-PKltlF.l- t, n senate or hoifa of representatives, according to present lights. It is probable that the effort will be to find suno person thoroughly familiar with the issue likely to in the settlement be presented of this Samoan dispute. Tho question is a complex one, and, having generally dropped out uf public notice during tho last ten years, the number of persons of tho olllcial class who arc well posted upon it is extremely limited. It is regarded by tho state department as essential that the commission be appointed at the earliest possiblo moment. In the absence of an acceptance by Great Hritaiu of the comm&sion plan it has not boon possible to proceed- - to outline the instructions to be given to It is said that it that commission. does not follow by any means that the commission is appointed, it is to at once overthrow the treaty of Merlin, under the terms of which the three governments have for ten years administered tho affairs of Sa-- i moa. On the contrary. It Is entirely! possible that the commission will bo able to adjust conditions at Apia and elsewhere in the Samoan group to tho terms of that treaty, and it is con-coived hero th?.t all that is needful for. reforming conditions there and placing them on a basis that will insure a trauf quil and satisfactory administration of affairs may ho secured through tho" adoption of some additional articles to the llcrlin contention, not even effect-ing the general principle of tho trlj I partite control. Many cable dispatches have been passing between Washington and Lonj don in regard to the Samoan settlei ment. The main point is on dcterminl Ing exactly the extent of authority which the high commission is to po Lord Salisbury desiring all un scsk. certain points first cleared up and at exact, ciennuion oi wuat tnc commis slon is to do before committing Grea' llrltain. The liritish government is ai ready as United the Statci or Germany to accept the general prln ciplc of commissioners but it wants to know in advance as to the power o be-cau; , lei-t- McKissou, republican, tht .vent Incumbent, Mondny by n of i. urality about .1,600. Tht returns indicated a much ist victory for Farley, but ki iator plurality was down cut i.i later returns. The remainder ol In republican ticket including oitj 1.. surer, police Judge, "r. justice and four members of the M'.ml council elo;tud at large, will substantial pluraltles. Tho re-will control the city council. M ICissou's defeat was duo to the of republicans who voted ...mist him because of his bolt from s mitor Hauna and his party during 'iicontest before the legislature n .ir ago last winter. Tho whole ticket ,i il'rod somewhat on account of the "iisitlon toMcKlsson. but not enough n defeat any of the other candidates. t i k i:i..M. O., April 4. At i! o'clock .usilay morning all precincts had reported. The total vote received Farley wasSrt.2,11, by MvKisson, 0.. "'. Farley's pluralty, '.,00.1. l.oU-i-- t E. i with a worried look, "tln-r- niitilit he Mime hope. If the could be made to rpeak w illicit make her realize her condition and Ret hor to make an effort to ave herself He turned to the huiUand, who knell l the bod, hi haggard fare buried in the white "Yi u unitcntand her 10 well," wud the phynctan, nhnou trrilablj. "lan't von Kimetliinp or do soinetliitnj that will sroiin her from thlx ntuporr ln t there antliini; jou could do tlut would .makeii lur A look of hope lighted the hutband' pair fare. He rore without a ivord and left the hedtide window around the corners of the old home. A ulep founded on the gravel walk nntnide. In an otlu-fecund there was the chek of a latrh key finnbhiig uncertainly in thekrho!rof the front door. The rentier turning of the lick woman' head ujioii the pillow flopped auddenly. She .'iiiel to loten. The door opened and untteady iteprame along the hall. Tho hiuliand entered the dimly lighted room and felt hl wav among the rhnlrs. Hi wife'n were ojieti now Her lips twitched onec or twice, then parted "dohn," Iip fiid. faintly, "where hae you been until this hour!" And they knew that the was aaved. N. Y. World. r "If vc could rouc her from tin apathy," old the doctor. turuuiK from the patient Jt is this fact that makes the lover and his sweetheart happy, and sends the sufferer from a cough to his doctor. 'But there are hid- - i police-prose-- i' lldlliT. It wa v.- - . den ills lurking in impure blood. The liver is wrong, it is thought, "or the kid-jicy.s. " 'Did it ever occur the to you that the trouble is in watcher nrdnicht. The heard the rain pelting axlnt the panes and the wind wiiut'ing your blood? 1 i n . er Purify this river of life with Hood's SurMiimritlti. Then lUiies will liejmit-Ishod. mid strong, vigorous health will IIiMid-rot. nit. Snrsmrlllii is the bot known, host endorsed and most natural of all blood purlllers. Cntnrrh "'I' miTered j from childhood Wm entlrt-l- dent in ui- ear wild Mood" .sarHpitiillu iiinil me soil rei rod V Siosm.MiUI.iihI Tex iny lic.iriiiK Mu In Soro Eyow ' Humor sni-r- . the cwa s thai we tiimle tiiviliiughtor (cared hliiiiiis, miiUI 1Ii(h1 Harutparillu made lift" Ptitirely well " li II tiiHos, tlonuiker, N II 1 s -W-- i THREE lilrslnllie-'OlilMior-.MIneMii- FATAT" "ACCIDENTS. Inn Another J mil In. Mo. 4. rhree Men Klllrd Kllteil In .Ioi-iin', it I.eitil Mlnr, Five men Rrro killed in three accidents here Monday. Tho following three were iloil in a sewer cave-in- : William , Marion Neighbarger, Waltet llunn. colored. At tho "Old Shoe mine Dan Carmine was knocked down ti.t- l.'O foot shaft and died soon after. At the Missouri Lead and Zinc Co.' mino John Smith, a miner, was killed a falling boulder. Tho three men working in the sewer nerc entombed by tho caving in of tlm walls without warning. Mlnche tad ISunn were buried under l'J feet of tirth and killed outright. Nelghbar-f- f was pinned against the sewer wall ill head mid shoulders exposed, lie retained consciousness for some time tad talked with his father and sister hlle workmen strained every effort to eg him out. but he died while they lorked. with hundreds of people looking on. Mo.. Mini-hehelj-sssly April conceded h ttutmniuti, who mtidy the oomtncrcial of the country, that the great aiteru of tailwjy tnivcl are u ante indication of ll toudition. j llmat t'IJa ur lit rr t : n rr Iimi A denrt-Miuin nuuni.iudl hum mews :"j llut l . r.n.; :,! i, , enlj rallitttlc to lk nUtiidoiied hiinne. trip and the cam-ilittou of iiauic travel, while a health) tuli dition of affair iiirana htimnrs tri ami an inrre!ifce of iki4itiiL..rM nn hIm...... l..i A good evidence that a lmnni- - revival haa gone liiiwdciHt over thin country m the "1-iShore Limited, " the Mar tr.ini ef the andetbilt ytem, between New Yfctk ait J t'hirago, nluch i daily romfortabh ft Vil it h a view to taking the let Mnnihlerare of it patron, the .New Votk Central lu arranged to Inereate the eiiupintnt f ttn in train by jilacing an additional tandard rlrrper on the train leaving New York and -Chicago aTurday. ThutMla) and Satnr daya. To tho regular traveler the appcint no ment and mmforta of this train are well known, hut if you have neti-- made a trip on It. j on owe i' to outielf to ee and enHaDilMinifi Catalogue Kreo joy the advance made In and luxA 0 SI'AI.IUSO X HUOb. ury in modern railway travel Keineniher New York Uenrrr fhlcato the fare i no higher on llm train, except lietween New York and Chicago, while the arcoinmouation and nervire plaie tin particular tram rwuiiicuauth- - at the head of SMITHERS' RETORT. the hut, when compared with other line. Albany Journal. He Hakri n 'I an llrjilr the Land I J It A" i:M if There's Only of ke One Quality r substitute. Athletic Goods "Spalding." Accept the commission. VARREN F. LELAND IS DYING 0M-mtlo- n the-matt- er Nii..-o.v- - one-ha- lf e. two-thir- six-ye- ar re-ele- p Upon The indications are. that the Uriti W Collupseit After an .Miracle Authorities will give their adherent, HI in for Apprnilleltlt Onlr i UUUkMte llltn. to me agreement, wuitin a uavjpr. vfc V but it is Stated thotthcre is Mil) jXkw Yoiik. April 4. Tho condition chance, although a very slight that the agreement may not be. rat of Warren F. Leland, who was operated upon for appendicitis ou Sunday i eluded. areleoc afternoon, took a serious turn about The present negotiations centrated on three main points n.uu Ij t) o'clock, and an hour later Dr. Pitkin rirsi, is inc commission to report! r n was hurriedly called. He at onee pro- it to have executive authority t ad-- nounced the change a very serious one minister as well as to nomiii.it.v nt.i w and advised that all the relatives be so, what is the extent of its execu it Mimmoned. Mr. Iceland's son. Charles power; second, will the action of the' U- '- wns already with his father j,T and a telegram was immediately sent commission be determined Hmm'. to Chicago for the remaining son. Miss a majority, or will mous action be required; th rd. Dannie, the surviving daughter, was to her father's bedside. Mr. If a majority determination Is arranrcu "1 what safeguard are '.o be provided to Lelnml was still living at 1 o'clock insure unanimous execution. Tils Tuesday mornlngr but Dr. Pitkin said point as between majority or only a miracle could save tho patient's last life. He did not think he could hur unanimous action isavrxino .. n ls the same one which has arisen is T'vu nntil daylight. ucmcvii me consular omciais n Samoa, and it Is evident that Lord BY DIRECT POPULAR VOTE. Salisbury hesitates to assent to any Sturt n .Min- iagreement which may renew this co- fennijlvanla ixirnt Towaril the Suhinlln of nn ntroversy. An agreement upon King Amendment to the Constitution. Oscar as final arbitrator would a obviate deadlock, but this, Hauuisui'HO, Pa., April 4. Tlio house while proposed unofllciaily during the recent discussions, has not been Monday night adopted a resolution assented to officially, so that attention authorizing the apolnttnent of n comIs still centered on the issue between mittee of two senators and three members to confer with the legislatures of majoritj or unanimous rule. other states with the view of bringing POPE LEO'S CONDITION BAD. hbont thB an 'end- l"i the constitution of the United ment to Ue iiuii a FalntiiiB Fit of the Uni,t States whereby they may elect tho Character-i:rrHade tot omrai president, vice president and United Heal Conditio,,. gtatPS Rcnators by direct popular vote, to report to the lcgis- London, April to a'th, ,n ,00,J dispatch to the Daily Telegraph from l""-Home, the pope had a fainting lit .Sun-n,,r HUNDRED YEARS OLD. day which proved of the gravest acter. AnnUemary of the I'oiimllni: of the Man Fn.rv nV...i '" l i i . t oy arUl: J "V hulliin Hank Under it Charter Ob. nal Hampolla, papal secretary of stat. tntneil by Annul llurr. to conceal the real ooinlitlun ,.t .i. ,t my supremo pontiff, his object bclniMo1 of tho Vew Vohk. Anrll prevent the powers from working for1 Treasury Lyman J. Gago was the guest the next conclave. oMionor at a dinner given at Sherry's 'I he l.u-- l Monday night by the directors of the East Livkiii-ool- , O.. April 4. For liank of the Manhattan Co. to celethe first time in 18 years tho democrats, brate theone hundredth anniversary of elected two out of four couneilmi-the founding of that company under here. The municipal fight was a charter obtained by Aaron liurr. on strictly law and order lines and party The dinner was given to the presilines were broken up throughout the dents and some of tho directors' of the city. Tin; result was a draw, two different state, national and savings liquor and two r men having bunks nnd trust companies of this city. gone wiroiign. wcro laid for IO.'j guests. There Imllillte of rt- - Covers city ticket was elected. no set speeches and no toasts. were o-.- i, 1 cHl laid tho man in charge of the long-diittelephone a a young man laid down the .Mr. Sraithtra it a tomeaLat fattidtout fee and went out, "thU wouldn't be a had youug man ho it looking for a new bondjob to hang on to, but he Uan exception." ing place. Souther can't abtdr the regula"In what retpect?" tion boarding home, "Why, he railed up Chicago, anktd a girl with a private famdt and alwa)t trittlekte He I now ronviced to marry hun, got the marUe heart and that an "ad " which tohett Uatder far a kick went out without a Some fellow "nice private family" it often a mare fur a would have laid nround here for an hour tuffy double llat, inhabited by one mall after to hake theinielve together, ntiil then family and 21 boardrr. row at having to pay tegular make a Smtthrr called trnt day laat rk at a raUa'-l'hiladelMace with a glowing decnptiuti jutt on the Pre. tlank of Michigan avenue'a aristocracy. The Vhlle llmi'i llurlrn "Huiii,uipicioulylikea Uiarding haiue," I kJ tug rent for a oor frm. Now l the thought Simther. a he took in the dimen A collarlc negro wrvant who time to rure a gmal farm on the line of i iont. Ihe ChKngii, .MilanlJe,!A. Jjt. u Kail-- I opened the door cunlirmrdOii upirum. way in Manuel to t'ountt. Vieitilti. w line I hut he had gone too far then to bark out. , ' A harpnoved, nlppy landlady came In of the work plenty, line the tro are market, orellent elintate, pMre .ift water, with a toplofty air. I am mutnken," he "Krah, I Sand m!I theap and nn long time Why "1 tupponed 1 thould find a ptivate rent a farm when you can lu one for le than (' K llol family lly the advertisement- - hum-- " h nay lorTeiitT Adiiri-The iaugliter and the familiar Uurding M., Clnca- in. linI Agenl, 1UI Ut houte hum ol M elvkt and ten lady lrt go. in. ograihert came up ftoni the (linine win n I'vrepllnn. in the Iwiement. The mitrrt of the "Private family" drew herelf up living maehinery ha Wen the great 1ko n of lunkind," laid the ioliticl proudly "You are entirely tnidakrn, wr. the aerted, in a ratping. teven dollar n orator. "Well, it never aved you anything," re- week oire. "thi U not a boarding hoo, marked an old conttituent en the fringe of although wc have a few friend living with " the crowd. Philadelphia North American. u Smiiher tniffed the air There wat a odor of prune and corned lieef. The merchant, who tent up toy lialloont I mutt My," he remarked, at he "Well, with hi "ad." mti'd on tliem. knrn how turned up hi coat collar and lied down the to jet liu name up. L. A. W. liullctin. tep, "that it tmell like a boarding houtt, He trurk it St. Jacob Oil itruik hi madam." Chicago Inter Ocean. I ltheumatinni. It wa utricken out. He Hail llra.on to linn. Some port are alwaya anniuing, hut not The man came out of an office building on necetMnly funny. Chicago Daily New. the run and started down the atrrct. "Here! Hire'" cried the polio man on In the mninmg well. .St. Jacob Oilrurei the comer. "What' our hurry!" ' "There" a man bark there trying to ell torene and ttifTfat-me a look on i!S weekly Installment of V2.Z3 Many a girl' heart hai been melted by cried the virtim The policeman tnttantlv released hit hold. icecream. - L. A W. llulletm. "Hun like a white"Hun'" he rried Told you o. In one night lured. St. Ja- - ' head! Maybe you ran get away from him colm Oil matter Lumbago. yet." Indfanapolit Journal. . phla lx-tlie-ga- "If they'd lie Took It Ger.Ur. all do buiinet that way," lail nl the I'rltale Tniully lloarilliiu llou.e. ie , 1 "I-ali- or dit-tin- i . eac-hl- ort coltttu MIDDLE AGE TALKS WITH WOMEN OF 1 '"-"- "' - . . for the turn of life. It is a critical period. As indications of the change appear be sure your physi-- , cal condition is good. The experience is a wonderful one nnd under some circutnstnnccs full of menace. Mrs. Pink-haof Lynn, Mass., will give you her advice without charge. She has done so much for women, surely you can trust her. Read this letter from Mks. M. C. of Gcorgeville, Mo. : Dkak Mrs. IMnkhaxi: The doctor called my trpublc ulceration of womb and change of life. I wns troubled with profuse flow ing and became very weak. When I wrote to you I was down in bed, hnd not sat up for six months: was under n doctor's treatment all the time, but it did me no good. I hnd nlmost given up in despair, but your Vegetable Compound has made me feel like a new woman. I cannot thank you enough. I would advise any woman who is afllicted as I have been to write to Mrs. I'inkhatn, atrW Lynn, Mass., and get her ad- i?TT?!3X3flvftjvtruW?l.LLLH vice and be cured as I have Gkif-KINC, been." Mks. I- - -- II. nnti-liqo- L. ICfpulillin,,, VJSIISAIM.KS, - the corporation .....,-cratithe republicans elected .,. fui.j. erwood for mayor, also tho clerk. warm day. Toward evening uu. councilmen and the uvn tle?nicrcury began fnlling and Monday bcrs of the school board, while began. It will the ii flcrco snow storm umong unsheldemocrats elected but one ciiijic iniioli suffering councilman. tered stodi. Hravyhuntvln lima. OrrwiwA, la., April 2 Killed by a Carriage. heaviest now ever known here in April UNION, O., April 4. Willy, the 'WEST is fall, ing. Kn lrond and street son of Milton Sparks, of cars are .rated vrlth difficulty. Fifteen ," fell out of i heavily loaded of "ow since Thurfday is carriage, and was run over ind killed. the c, 4.-- T1.0 uin in Ver.ue. ()., April is from .10 to 7', Kunu llllxxanh Kan., April 4. One of the worst bllzzurda of the year wan In progress Monday. Sunday was r.n A SAUNA uxoni ie braska Ave., Toledo. Ohio, writes: "Dkar Mks. Pinkham: Change of life was working on me. My kidneys and bladder were affected. I had been confined to the house nil sum mer, not able to stand on my feet for any length of time. Terrible pains when urinating and an itching that nearly drove mo wild. I had tried many remedies. I told my husband I had great faith in yours and he got me a bottle; am now on my fourth bottle. I feel that I am entirely cured. I can work all day, I can hardly renlize that such a wonderful cure is possible, Lydia K. Vegetable Compound is the best medicine for women." Don't, wait until you are prostrated with the mysterious condition known as "Change of Life." Get Mrs. Pinkbam's and learn how other women got through. Pink-ham's r5-vic- Ai.i.KN, 419 Ne- e K) y rrf. y HE HAS ENOUGH. '"mi. .ffiilnaMn, It 1h Reported, is for Comiitlon of Hostilities. Am-foil- s JOINT the Will HIGH COMMISSION. SAMOAN ISLANDS Their People, ProductloiiH, Commercial nml Strategic Importance. CUBA'S A Yield l CUST0MS r RECEIPTS. f an rimen Tronhlrt Appointed ,j the Three Interested in Kettle th In Hataoa. llr"UUti Aro yur(M B;,n00,00- 0- m ttc ccc&c tc c&frc tc e cc ec c cc ce c s c cceccc cctfccttfcccer - - - - - - - - - - - - - Aprei.tln(r-AinBrlc- Often to lie Met. ! INTERESTING STATE NEWS, THOROUGHBRED YEARLINGS. MIDDLEB0R0 FLOODED. s Waniiinotos, April I. A joint high commission to settle tho entire Samoan trouble has been practically agreed upon by the United States. UrltlHh and Herman governments Lord Salisbury' absence from London alone dclayi Waiimnotox, April 3. -- It In reiortcil formal acceptance by Creat Britain, hero on seeming good authority that though in his absence Sir Thomns SanAgulnaldo linn nont trusted frlendu derson and Mr. Villlors, who to treat with the American aro understood be speto for a cessation of hostil- cially familiar Sawith the ities The ttatcment U also made that moan question, have approved the he want more liberal terms than thono plan for a commission. The United laid down In tbe recent proclama- States lias Informally expressed its aption of tho commission, but thrru nn proval, and the formal acceptance, It Is disposition on the part of tho learned from the highest quarter, will to modify them. They dmnand follow npcedlly. As the proposition that the rebels shall Immediately lay emanates with Germany her approval, down their arms como Into camp and of cours, It nssurcd. This high comgive up the struggle until some sort ol mission, it is felt, affords a pacific soa government can be provided for the lution to tho whole trouble at the moUlauds ment when Samoan affairs began to Washington, April .1. Thin dispatch look the most threatening. from Gen. Otis was received Saturday The new plan has been fully gone over by Secretary Hay and the Urltlsh morning: Manila. April a. -- Quiet prevails. and German ambassador hero and its Have directed troops at Malolos and essential details worked out. Ilaoh on railroad on rcconuoitcrlng duty. nation is to be represented by one 11 rid insurgent only In small force member on the commission. It is to In MJrroundlng country, who retlrn on have practically unlimited authority the approach of our troop. Few ol without the necessity of referring its our troopn moving to new positions. decisions back to the several governPreparing for continued active cam- ments for approval. It Is felt that by conferring such complete and final paign. Army In excellent spirits authority on the high commission the Onn. MA.Mf.A. April X. Ceil. MncArthur danger will be obviated of any further took dinner I'rldny night and slept in deadlocks and delays Still another the hull of the Filipino congress. The Important provision tinder consideratroops are worn out and are resting. tion is that King Oscar, of Norway It is planned to keep them In camp at and Sweden, shall be the umpire in Malolos for several dnys before follow- case the three high commissioners should fall to reach a determination. ing up the Filipinos Cen. Whcaton's brigade In c.iuiM'd The plan of Inviting King Oicnr to a disagreement Along tho railroad track, guarding referee meets the appiovM of the Itrltlsh ?lnst a surprise from the rear. It is rcimrted Hint 3,000 rebels under and German authorities and will Pilar, arc conrcuiralcd at lalnta and doubtless be approved by the United States as a means of insuring finality T..ytay. Ocu. King. Saturday morning, sent of decision, though It is not known Just how far this has been considered out a reconuolleriug party of two of the North Dakota regiment by the Wathington authorities KlugOscarwas agreed upon between and u brisk engagement followed, during which seven Filipinos were killed. the United States and Creat ltrituiii ai On 'In' American side a lieutenant and a final arbitrator in connection with the proMsed arbitraIwo privates were wounded. The dtathof Mont, Cregg, of the th tion treaty, as well as' in the Veneinfantry, who was killed near the Ma- zuela matter. He Is also mentioned nila waterworks Friday, ha deeply in the treaty of Merlin as tho Ailectt'd the army as ho was one of the one to name u chief justice of Samoa most popular young officers Ills In ease the three signatory powers fall to agree on a chief justice. It was thW 'tineriil took place Saturday. Manila. April 0. - The American that led to the suggestion of Ills name troops under Cen. MaeArthur are still at tho present time to act as final arbiresting at Mnlolos where everything trator. The expectation Is that tho will lias Wen unlet Sunday. Hostilities sittings of the commission ekewherc, so far as ofllvlally rK)rled, be in Samoa where, for the time t.4;lirujbccti. limited during the last 24 being, they will have complete aurange ol hours, to au occasional exchange of thority over the whole shot between the insurgents mid tho Samoan affairs so far as tho high coinmission may think lit to act in order tc troops forming the lines of (ion. fully restore order, anil establish afHall. cxtcniMug from the wate- - works to l.a Lonla. Hut thii fairs on a stable basis. It wilt require shooting has been Just active enough to no treaty to bring tho commission into make the lives of the soldiers a burden existence, as the acceptances of thi and to compel tho officers to sleep United States and Great llrltain will in trenches, clothed and In readiness complete the agreement. It Is understood that the men selectto resist possible attacks. Most of the Americans arc becoming convinced ed for the mission will be of high standing so as to give added weight that the backbone of the insurgent is broken There are numer- and dignity to their findings such for ous rumors pointing to an early col- Instance, as the consul general of Gerlapse of tho Insurrection. One of these many, whose jurisdiction covers the is that Cen. Plo Del Pilar, the bent whole range of Pacific alTairs Ho is n fighter among the Filipino officers will man of compile information on Sa desert Aguinaldo ami give his support moan and other Pacific island subjects, as well as a man of political to tho Americans. Tho Fulled State The Spaniards reasoning from their Influence. it is experience of the natives, refuse to be- and Hritish commissioners understood, would be drawn from the lieve that the rebellion Is anywhere near put dow u. They declare that tho same high rank with a view, however, Filipinos will not take their defeat at to their Information on International .Mnlolos with the loss of the city and matters of this character rather than govern- their political standing. the removal of their As showing that the acute phase of On tho ment, seriously to heart. contrary, predict the Samoan question Is past, Karon the Spaniards that tin insurgents will hover Speck Von Sternberg, (list secretary near ,tho American lines, lotherlng of Germany, left here Friday night for them as much as possible, uud when New York, whence he halls on the Gth xttaekcil In force, dissolve, only to re- for London and llerlln. He has been appear nt other points. This sort of a most active factor throughout tactics the Spaniards say, will be fol- the Samoan controversy, having made lowed until the wot season compels the that question a special study and Americans to be housed in barracks thus being able to render the ambassaind then the Filipinos will return and dor material assistance. Ills Influence reoccupy such towns as the United at all times has been toward maintainStates troops do not garrison. With the ing the friendly relations between tho next dry season a repetition of the two countries and overcoming tho present operations will begin. Time causes of Irritation. ills trip to Lonalone will show-- how much there Is in don and Iterlin has no significance this theory; but an against it, it must whatever in connection with Samoan be borne in mind that the Spaniards affairs, but Is entirely personal after in all their domination of the Philip-pine- s the gravity of the affair had passod. never gave the Inhabitants a A StOO.OOO lire In ban rrsnrl.ro. demonstration of power comparable San Fiiancisco, April 1. The wholein effectiveness to that given them by sale hardware house of Miller, Schloss the United States ,t Sehott was almost entirely deitroyod Mrurk a HuVrliane. by lire fire Friday night, the total loss QtJKK.N.vrowN, April H. The Cuuard being estimated nt about $400,000. Tho liner Campania, which was n day over- linn occupied a and basedue from New York, hns arrived here. ment brick building at Nos. Her ofllcers report having encountered Fremont street, near Market, and cara hurricane which caused the vessel to ried one if the largest and finest slacken speed. They also report stocks of hardware on the Paelflo passing considerable painted coast. The origin of the fire is unwhite. known. Onr Tro,,P. t JUIolo. Were Kent Out on KeennnnllerlnK Ititj Found Inmr- genii Unljr In Small r"nrce la Hiirroumllnr Country. 1 Atncr-lean- s com-ptlHl- sudden March rise in the Cumberland river lias inundated the town and the inhabitants have been compelled to'tlce for their Poats DROPPED DEADoYa TRAIN. lives to the surioundlng hills. 2Ti and of other nationalities aro busy taking household1 effects and whilo the remainder aro natives SuilUrn Drutlinf .Sim. V. II. Owrn, W Iff of property fiom the abandoned houses of the Polynesian race. The bulk The rise is the highest ever known, the .Hrrrrtnry of .Slain of Indiana of the population Is located In the three and immense damage is repotted in L'nnse. the i'rikj islands of Upolu, Savii and Tutuila; Harlan and adjoining counties of Kenthe number in Upolu being 10,000. In Sr. Lor is, April a. -- While en route tucky and Tennessee. It is Impossible Savil 1'J.noo and in Tutuila. which co- from Te.xarkana, Ark., Saturday, Mrs to estimate the damage at present. V. I). Owen, wife of the sicrctary of ntains the harbor of Pago Pago, ceded A I'lre In the .Statu I'rlnon. to the Fulled States In 1S7JI for a naval state of Indiana, dropped dead in tho , Ky.. April 1. Fire and coaling station, :,700. The Islands aisle of the car. Her last words ai broke out in the laundry department are of volcanic origin but fertile, pro- she fell, were "I believe it is paralj-slsstate prison at 4 o'clock, which ducing cocoanuts cotton, sugar and The funeral party, that had been at the destioyed hundreds of suits of concoffee. changed with fearful suddenness from clothing, underclothing and bedThe most important however being a gay pleasure party, arrived in St. victs' A ding. disastrous conflagration seemcocoanuts. from which the "copra" of Louis Sunday over the Iron Mountain ed imminent ut one time, and the encommerce Is obtained by drying the mail. day force of guards was called out kernel of the cocoanut. The e.xporta- - The party was composed of W. D. tire in consequence, but the fire was extinguished before communicating- to adj.icrnt buildings. INSURGENT CAPITOL AT MALOLOS. Pi.nk n.i.K, Ky., :!0.--FitANKt-'oiiT" - Havana, April 8. The island government, as administered by the Population or 30,000 People, of United Have States military outhorltlcs has Whom 300 Aro ltrltlih subjects 135 yielded for the first quarter 80,500,000 3(1 Americans anil Hermans receipts Of this amount 00 Other Nationalities has been spent, the city of Havana getting 81,100,000 and the city Washington, April 3. The people, of Santiago 8J.VJ.000. Kach provincial productions, commercial and strategic governor received all he asked. are Importance of the Samoan islands Spanish discussed in the publication just issued re going gold, and especially silver, abrond, so that Cuba's treasby the treasury bureau of statistics. ury keeps out of circulation from 10 to The islands lie in an almost direct Hoc IB per cent, of the currency in the between Son Francisco and Australia. Silver is appreciating. Worth direct S" anil slightly south of the cents during the blockade, it has the connecting steamship line now to 1M on the bnsisof the local Philippines with the proposed valuerisenthe of ccntcn, 55.:;0. Change is Panama or Nlcaraguan Inter-occanl- c scarce, and there is little American Their special Importance, canals therefore, it la stated, lies more in fractional currency circulated. Amertheir position as coaling and repair ican bills, however, arc often to be met, stations on these great highways of nnd prices arc going on the American commerce rather than in their direct gold basis Agricultural conditions throughout commercial value, their population being small and their imports tind ex- Hie country arc Improving. The crop Is good, and Gulucs, tho ports of comparatively little impormarket garden of Havana, will put on tance. The group consists of ten Inhabited the market in a few days 80.000 barrels and two uninhabited islands with an of Irish potatoes at 8.". a barrel and area of 1,700 square miles and nn ag- rfO.OOO pounds of onions nt three cents a gregate jMipulation, according to latest pound. A large proportion of both estimates of .".0,000 people, of which will be supplied to the American troops something overUOOnre JlritUh subjects through tbe commissary department. 125 Germans, ".5 Americans, "..' French to-bae- Klchteen of Them, I'nrrhaieil liy W. C The Highest Water Known In Year FuL. Itms Sjereral Daa' Kalnlng Much Wl.lt ner, Arrived at the l.a Hells DmiiBse to Property. Kami. I.eilnKlon, Ky. Lr.xiNMTOW, Ky., April 'J. Klghtecn thoro.ighbred yearling colts by Imp. Meddler, purchased by W. C. Whitney from the Forbes estate, arrived Friday night and were taken to La llclle stud. Mr. Whitney has purchased from John K. Madden the famous brood mare Imp. Moore, by Pulet, dam ucen of of Cypress, und dam of five successive winners She is now at La llclle. Frank H. Harper, of Woodford, has sold lo W. II. Clark, of New York, at a by Imp. high price, thice Hosslngton. two-year-ol- FLOOD AT PINEVILLE. Tim I in, n IiiiiiiiImIi'iI (.niellril nml I lie Inlialiltant lo i'lee From Their Homo fur 'I heir Minni.KHiiono, Ky., March 80. Tho worst Hood known in years passed over this section Tuesday. It has been raining for several days and the flood reached its height about 5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. All of Mlddle-bor- o south of Cumberland avenue and cast of the Louisville ,fc Nashville railroad Is Inundated for several feet. There is IS inches of water on Cumberland avenue, the principal street, and nt least seven Inches in most of the stores. In Powells Valley, Tenn., across the mountain, everything is washed away with thousands of dollars' loss No casualties arc yet reported. Water is now receding. Two Yearn for .Murder. l.lr. Mt. Stkiii.imi, Ky., April S. John I). Young, charged with the murder of Plinn Fassett, his cousin, was giver, a two 3'cars' sentence in the penitentiary by the circuit court at French-burthe case having been transfer! ed from Owlngsville, when; the killing occurred. This was Young' third trial, the first being a life sentence and the second for five years. Young is a son of Judge J. D. oung. who is vvell known in eastern Kentucky. I urnlture Sold for Kellr. Lexington, Ky., March :tl. After selling at auction all the movable furniture in the clubhouse and grand stand, track implements etc., the sale of the Kentucky association buildings and fences was postponed indefinitely. The sale drew a large crowd. Articles sold high, being mostly bought for relics Dan O'llricn paid g.0 for a rug, which cost new about half that sum. Other things sold in proportion. g, ' htute Hank. :;. The Farmers' deposit bank of Whcatley, Owen county, has filed articles of Incorporation in the office of the secretary of state here. The capital stock of the institution is fixed at 13,000, divided into 1.10 shares The chief stockholders aro J. W. Vallandtngham, of Lcltehfield; II. II. Alexander, W. T.Jones nnd Alice Smith, of Louisville, and Vallandiug- ham ,t Gentry, of Owen county. New I'aper at l'adueah. I'adi'caii, Ky.. March SI. Mr. J. P Lemon' and Capt. E. W. Crumbaugh have decided to embark in tho newspaper business here. .It isproposed to publish two papers a week. Itoth will bear the same name, except one will be a Sunday newspaper. The outfit for the paper was purchased iti Louisville by Capt. Crumbaugh and is now on its way. Ladles' l'leas I'liaialllnc, FiiAMcroitr, Ky., March :L Acting Gov. Worthington declined Wednesday t o pardon James Downey, of Mercer county, who is serving a term for man A delegation of ladies, slaughter. with .Mrs. P.radley at their head, waited on Gov. Worthington in Downey'-behalf, but could not secure the pari Mini Tlirouch the llotlr Fiiankkokt, Ky., April Anglo-America- n Ki.sros. Ky.. April 'J. -- Wesley Hur-ri- s is wanted on a charge of shooting with intent to kill John V. Anderson. The latter charges that Hums broke in the door of his house and shot him through the body. He will recover. They had trouble over family matter. Anderson ami his family had retired when the entrance was forced. A Milrlile'n lteaanns. - n. Lkxivoios., Ky., April 1. At the coroner's inquest Thursday morning two letters were produced showing U.iymnnd Webb's reasons for suicide. Ho said that through disappointment he had become worthless and had wronged many people. He requested that he be buried in potter's field. tion of copra from the Islands in 1S amounted to 12,505,'.H)'J pounds valued at SJni.itTJ. A considerable proportion of this was exported to the United States and a larger proportion to Germany, whoso citizens control Its commerce through a trading company which has long been established there. In 1MW the Imports were SIMM, U,', of which S7;5S'J came from the United States S'.,80'J from Germany, S177.W7 from tho Australian colonic. 87,011 from Great llrltain and S'Jt.i'OI, from Murderer li'Hie Jail. Owen, secretary of state of Indiana; A C. Daly, state auditor of Indiana, Wn r.iAMsrowx, Ky., March GO. John and his wife; Miss Grace Xcbeker, II. Wade, under sentence of Is 3'cars daughter of States Treas- for killing Addison Pepplar. escaped urer Xebeker; Louis Xewbcrger, a from the county jail Tuesday night, lawyer of Indianapolis and Judge U. lie gut out by slipping- by the jailer. Z. Wiley, of the Indiana appellate A reward of SU)0 has sleeu ollercd for court. They aro returning from a visit his capture. to the plantations of the Mexican RubSVas a Kenldeiit of l.oilUl lllr. ber and Coffee Co. at Fberra, on the Loiisviiii.. Ky.. April 1. Homer isthirius of Tehauntepee. Uailey. given in the disp itches as havThe body of Mrs Owen was placed ing been killed at Manila. Is thought in a berth, and at Little Hock, tho to be a icsiileiit of tins city who ennext station, a physician boarded the listed with Company II. S'M infantry, He worked with her for three tegular armj, and was sent to the train. hours but to no avail. Philippines. The curtnius of the berth were I.hikI Amo'imiiii'iil dumped. drawn and tho body brought tb St. KiUNsFoiir, Ky . Ap-i- l 2. The state Louis and prepared for shipment by an hoard of equalization Friday raised the undertaker. assessment of lands in Fulton county THE TURKS"aNdIuLGARIANS lfl per cent, and decreased the vnlue of tow n lots S per cent. The Clay county (JunriU at Hu-Serlinia IoIIIaIoii assessment of both landsaud town lots l, Kmtrrn ICouuielln Until was unchanged. . Shirs Mifferi'd I. sinther'H I at.il .M Intake.' Vikx.va. April inKv-- . serious collision FiiASM-oiii- . April has taken place between Hulgariau fant child of F.dward I.. L. neb, of and Turkish frontier guards at Kozyl-Ago- b Louisville, died here Friday afternoon between Jamboli, Uasteru from an overdose of laudanum given It anil Adriuaople, on the bauks by Its mother thiough mistake; she is of tile Toonjatifty, oix miles south of er.ied with grief. Mrs. Lynch was Jamboli. here on a visit with her child. According to a dispatch from Sofia, The Ken I in ky Kltcr ICUlng. capital of Ilulgarla, the Turks attacked Vaii.i-Vikw. Ky , Miiich HO. -- The a weak Hulgariau outpost, but the Hulgarians aided by armed inhabit- Kentucky river is Srt feet and ilslng ants, repulsed their nssailants after a foil.- - inehiw an hour. Considerable drift is passing. Heavy rains are refour hours' fight. Itoth sides suffered losses of killed ported nt Jackson anil Iteattyville. The cold wave will prob.ibly keep the and wounded. The Turks, the dispatch says wcro river from reaching a high stage. .coking to secure a poMtion hitherto llrlef Sentence Shortened. held by the llulgarians. FiisNKiorrr, Ky., April 'i. Uichard Herd, a Louisville convicl, serving a Iloillri Ctimlni; .Vulture. two-yea- r term for manslaughter, was Lomiox, April a. A dispatch from Guernsey says that bodtesof victims of patdoned Friday by Acting Gov. the Stella wreck ate beginning to como Woithington. ashore there. An Inquiry into tho disI milftillle Man sliming. LoimviiLF, Ky . March :;i. Orval aster will be instituted shortly. It is Who went to Florida foi bis expected that Capt. Hecks who per- Ander-'ou- . ished with his ship, will be condemned health, is missing, and all efforts to find him have been futile. for running at full speed in a fog. ll-.Co3.--- A he Kou-inclia. don. Tangled In other countries The exports in ISOowcre which SJJI.Im'J was copra. 8'20o,0l7 of tho Line TRAGIC MURDER AND SUICIDE A d I'rriuh C'Niiaillitn lilllril Ills llulUn .Sunthrurt and 1 licit Unite tin' Knife Inlit Ills linn Hi-ar- Hopkins villi:, Ky., April L David Torino, aged 'JO, was standing in a wagon and driving a pair of mules Thursday when ho fell and "ccamo tangled in the lines and was crushed to death. Clyde Stauft. a plantei. fell from a wagon Thursday morning, atitl being caught in a wheel, received internal fatal injuries Lemees Will Aprtl 3. A romantic and tragic story comes from Point I'clee, Out. .lames LaIUauche,t. young French Canadian, killed his sweetheart, an Indian girl named Olga Postamic. The Frenchman flvcd on the mainland and had not seen the gir! dm ing the winter. When he went to her home he learned that she had given her love to another, an American He begged tho young woman to take a walk with him. When tlioy arrived at "Lovers' I!"ck,M a spot made famous beotuse an Indian chief had there murdered a nnch girl who refined to marry him. i said to have stabbed Miss Postamic. He threw the body hit J the lake and then drove the knife, with whuh he had killed the girl he loved, into his own heart, falling dead into the water C'liicAOO, 1 I'uyliui'. Fr.ANKrour, Ky., March :tl. Thu state board of valuation has been notified by the general attorney for the C, N. O. T. P. P.ailway Co. that it will within the next few days pay into tho state treasury sums aggregating due the state from It for fiatichist taxes for three years past. Mare Narka Dead. Lkxi.no ion, Ky.. March at. Maj Narka, by Mac Duff, property of T C. McDowell, died at Ashland Wednesday. Shu was dam of Spiritucllc, 'lyiW t t nflcr her. Kaniou Itutter -- iianstorin. Piimnn. S. I)., April :i. A furious four-stor- y Daughters of Spokane, which won a number of stakes last year, ami w.i one of the best in tho w est. A ('.nod ItaftlnpTlili'. Wr.sr LuihitTY, Ky., March Kl. - Thcro is a good rafting tide in th-- ) Upper Licking and lumbermen arc taking anil running out large amouu ti of timber. two-year-ol- ng J J ji.1 1S-2- 'J wri-.-g- o Easter snowstoim has been raginjrherc all day, about six inches having already fnlle,t with more sight. It Is drifting badly und the thermometer is falling. 1 Mai-goline- , Attached Her Son -- lure. IticiiuoM. Ky., March 30. Fanny of Paris attached her sou'& 1 gioceiy store Tuesday. Margollne appealed last Thursday and is said be in Lexington. Died ut I'urMlysU. di. to stvieken with paralysis last Friday, und remaipcd uucor.scmus until death. I'l.illhilile lUlil To lie Tried fur Murder. A Fatal Quarrel. A ('mini for Ketorolac Snlillara. Paiucaii. Ky., April 1. 'orty-foLargo Flouring Mill lliiriuil Iteuil, 114 PinniMit i:o. Ky., April I. Circuit Ciiicaoo, April During a quarrel Soutiii'oiit, N. C, April 3. Army saloon keepers wire onsen .oil in tho Wasiiinotox, April 1. 'Aunt'' Patsy I'trtHPiKLU, III., April n. The large Sunday over the approaching munici- court will convene nl P.iiillngton Monofficers have decided to establish here Marshall, coloied Inmate of the dis- flouring mill of Dow ,fc King, fomicrly pal election. Paul Lund shot and fatal day and great interest is manifested In cit, court Thursday mm uing charged a camp for soldiers returning from trict workhouse, died at a hosptital C. P. Chapman & Co., burned Lo&s ly wounded Arthur Lawson, ap expreav the murdei trial of Kite Storey, who with selling liquor on Sunday. They Cuba while their baggage Is undergo- Friday at the age of 114 years accordJ W. Greeuc u were lined SI0 nch, with eotts "I'll 9100,000; Insurance 845,000. 'I he cause man. Lund claims the shooting waa killed Col. Cat ner ing fumigation. profit to the city was SOuo. Judge to try the eao. ing to the workhouse records of fire h unknowtv. done in Aeeil Mlnliter Dead. X. C, April .!. Ilcv. .lames Needhnin Is dead at his linmt near Pilot Mountain. He would have been 100 year of age on May a nc.xi. Ho was a Methodist minister and hit last ermou wan preached In Winston last November. . ClIAIILOTTK. ' rotary Mirrmnii I'onvulrni'lnjr, Ki Wasiiisotox, April Sherman passed a comfortable night and Friday the following bulletin was issued by hU physicians: "Mr, Sherman has cntliely recovered from hia pneumonia; is convalescing and gain Ing strength slowly." t lllrliled on Hearing of llrr Lotni-'- . !entli, April The Wichita. Kan., special sa tlmt Miss Mary Wilson, a prominent ung society woman of Augusta, coiiiuut-tcsuicide upon learning that Aha Dix, her lover, had been killed on t tc battlefield of Malolos C'iiicaoo, !!. TlmivHer-ald'- s Havana, April .". - Postmaster Thompson has been installed in his official duties and tho military branch of the postal .service has been abolished in Havana. It will soon be abolished at other points AholUlilnffMllltiirr l'ml Ortlien. Kein' Vli'llm l lle.nl. Pi:rKKMit'i;ti, Ky., April I. Duke Illce, who was struck-- on the head with a stone by Will Kemp, died Thursday nlgtu. His father, a wealthy farmer, resides here. Young Kemp has not been apprehended y.. March :?L Daniel of Warsaw. Ky., died Wednesday at the residence of hl nephew. Judge L. II. Piirrish. lie was It. Vkiisaii i.t.s, lKinley, 7S. .ril )ur. IS. ur Belf-defcns- o. k i J Wtf'""- "s--ii!- n jzL" YLi t. -- , ." r imn 1 r i mi nit ii i JMriJ r n WaW. ifrpWMnww Going to Build t; This Spring? We am furnisk von with every- thing needul t0 Imilil with . . . at . . . VERY LOV EST PRICES, tl)2"f -- Alfred Hon. W. J. Stone. a cnndldnto for tlip Democrntio Read tho Council proceedings. nomination for Governor, for ti" Garden tmrk is going ,0 1' mt0years inieiihtr of Congress from Olias Balter spent Sunday in Mar- - this Plstrict, nod In our opinion tin, Tent! nno of tlio moot efllelent and lies' -- Rev. W. W Horner is in Clinton working iiu'inhers tho DiHtriot ftthis week. Sunday in Mar cr had, was in Hickman, Turnip, R T. Haudlo spout tin, Tonu. iiiiixliu: with Democrats nnd tin Ho eonsiili'r'-CitHenry Emerson went to Union pnidlo generally. Monday. for tu, nomlmitinii ltmllCflll ity' W!H U"i0" only good, but reasonably eer -- LOCAL NEWS. j Don't Tliat wo nro 4k i A Word ! in Your Ear HEADQUARTERS - H Our ohjpct in selling F . I V AV m li F '"H I Shingles. Rough Limity r, Dressed1" .timber, iudows, s and Sash and Blinds, 1'' ST jils, Hurdwarc, Paints and Oils, Lime. Oemcnt and Plaster. kol us figure with you. BulMi? .s ;L. Kit Tr!kj & jLP 2fM &W. S.Ellison i i!roaI Time Table. 0. UVK! & . St. L. R. R. AtlltlVES: m 1.1 i "rlti Vn 51 citvTne.day. Miss Fannie Sanger, returned home John Youn Brown. nt Beissie, Tenn. after vLsititiK Capt Bates and wife. It is evident Hint very tunny Miss Lucy Kearby sjent several of Kentucky democrats would be days with her suiter. Mrs. Balew, at best pleased if they could have Criitchfleld, last week. Mr and Mrs. H. Balew, of Crutch-field- . John Young Iirowii us their Kv , are visitiup their parents, nominee for Gojernor. Judge Kearby and wife. There would be no doubt of his! Mies Hr.ttie Pinkley, who has been election by h very lnr;e mnjority. visiting Miss Lucy Kearby, left Sattir .no. l0r In truth, any opposition ticket, ( nareiipe nok -- MF" Mississippi Johnson, who h.would be merelv formal. It is fbeeu in for some time, is disparagement to either of the with Kerr and Kautlle njrain. Pern-ocrati- o I - nt 9 30 So. a, at ;:.". Trln Trlu No. Si. Nu i, T iOj . m p m Mm. Tnnip.i, Florida. hereabouts ho will Mhs Tvrtc Uandlo is visiting Missj "V TlIK Pnriiicah News discuses Virginia Luton, at Ouyco. Shaw, of near Oaktou, the proposition, "Is it cheaper to Miss Birdie Ky., is visttiug relatives hero. Irpi)t ttll ,0 uny property!" It -- Mr. O. Moore, from Rook Springs j(, to "move" tiwiti to lo . iighborhood was in town Sunday. . J Mr. Chas Perrv, wife and mother, are visiting relatives at Rock Springs. ' Farmers rTGB bOlUTIin. -- Woodford Shaw ha returned home after viMtiug relatives near O.iktou, Ky. fndcr this heading will hereafter N, twills,,,, lint fn tiYnf.i.l i! 1;.. l ...v....,,. ' Hwnn liia livicnil t1l mv eueu, rrom 1). B tanners wno are snuscr ...,'" uuiton, amii uiuopvu -.iii ... iinrvps. lnanm cows. Meadows Hotel, . Mav 1st, ducts, sed. &' , for sale, free of c1ku-- ' JaY A nice lot of Matting, tho latent natterus from 12c to S15e nrryard. t II. C. A.Miir.ito. One cood milch cow and votitiir m.f Messrs W. P Taylor and J. T. AKo. a tine nitre b.iid niuru is itiu Stulibletleld, of Fulton, were in the jiud colt the lath init w McD.imel lino located in ''' for lmH ,mH,H of MtwU stick-to H . ff.l Chill Tonics, Cough Syrups, Toilet Articles, Lowncy's Candies, Window Glass, Lead and Oil, Sec. i is to . . if rv. . M A K K M U N i: Y WK WANT TO SKLL all wo cnn. Somo may sell below itwt and muko money, lint wo can't, S0MKTIMK3 IT LOOKS like wo Hold below cost, but the M)ii for that lies in buviiiK cheap, c.nper , IT1S0UH DKSIRUtoput ....1.1-,l..w- ;.... ln ,.,, '"""'" Prices as Low i Jt-6- roit mam:. A $v as any mercnanl safuiu can.- - SI ESpB gmj vmmkM i HJPmi' iT i State Line, Kj MCWANint., MLN'S PKRCALK SHIRTS, nice style nnd pntlrrm, 31c & lllli;IIL " Oootl " 2100 iH'tter, TJiowid fl.00. Strles, No. Linvu CoU.ira, 10c. IT WILL PAY YOU to aw our More Comfortable GOODS FURNISHINGS BKFORK YOU BUY 1 j H-- . $- - I Dresent candidates, inking their! . Call and j;et a free wmplo of full ineasuro of merit for granted Ohao & Sanborn's famous Ito.isted Cof u- lr-onl-hi' us cluiuitfd by their respeclivo nd-of Hickman lierents and supporters, to hut (conntv, U spoken Ecbert, Representative of tor that alienations and schisms exist, frgm Hickman and Fulton comities no mutter by whom caused, Mint j vrs. j,.nnie Hall, dress maker at foreboden no.good, no increased ' 'rs. Ion Ilanier'i. wn called to her home in strength for tho Slate ticket. And ,inarerfln Piducah. Wednesday, by tho illim of her son. it in but admitting n fact to ndmii, us pome- Mr (eo. (ilu'er, who tiiat in these days, when the ties timo since. rxpectin to locate m Deca of party nre looser than in the fur, Ala .h-- written to secure a resi dence as ho e.viect.s to retnni to Hick past, that Kentucky democrats ,n:m, need every Vote thnt can be had! LOST.-- An old fashioned white honorably. John Young Brown spread, red. white and bine, somewhere Ivtwcen Mpj M ittie II.irporN and Mrs 'is not n ji.trty to any of the cam- - M K. Kose.. The fla,, iibCr.,ilv re- paign feuds, he is a true demo warded. crat, one of the a'dest constitu ' - The residence of Mrs. Georco Benle, t in b.is Hickmnn, was broken open niwiers in tne btiite.Hnii as nrdny nlR,ltf whlle oway from ilonie. governor ins auminist ration Iirr- - i A bureau arawer enterea, sxurt proiiauy .niheR ftn excellenl piriform of niethinK stolen. t&T One pound of Chue & Sanborn's wisdom, nnd of fidelity to the Coffee will go as far as 2 pounds of low of the people. lie declin- prade Coffees. Sold onlv by II. BlTKAVW ed to be a candidate, when all Fortv-forsaloon men were titled "know his candidacy would have at Padncah. Ky , last Monday for been formidable ; nnd the Courthe Sunday law by opening their ier Is not a sufficient politician to places of business. Tho total amount of fines amonntcd to ?03S.88 e'Ven nredict t'h.tt his nomination ,. The CofitlKU has received a new seis probable, but would teunite loctiou of beautiful job tvpo. and mor-thparty, bury theee feuds, re- - chants and hers .neediuK letter heads, bil1 hea(iA envelopes. &c . aro asked to suit in agreat viiitnrr nnd itiNiirn KiVe ns their work. We ask it on merit the people a splendid administra- - and prices. fec-sol- ttfiri ww rr--- js i . -- i 1 d v - " t mo9m9it)QeBev . BBAL :,liiJICE&HIIYLBB. .' I -Ex-- Sheriff i ' ... T. TYLER, ESTATE , AND INSURANCE AGENT. I EvB'aA-i&i'hw?i- l ii?H AfrBml MMd bat-uon- ni Special attention given to tho selling of Real Htnti of mM kimN; nnd repreoenla n full line of tfi best nod most reliable I'r lnnr ' Hiire tJompniilfrt doing buoinesH In the Slut p. and that "Old ReMulili MUTUAL ItKNKKIT LIKK INSUUANCK 'JO Hint Iihh ..Iremly not beneath tho inatress. Thnt's whoro wuan WAYOX TOPln lino fur- - P''d out largely over yiuU,uuii Mle iimurnnoe in iiipkiiikii miih ir i ly, and Is issuing the cheapest nod best policy of any regular l,i'o nituro nnd Insurance Company doing bnsluets In this country. lie sollcha 111 rtfm imlrnhann ""m I mmm mm. mm, '" " ""'p.'1 Oull unit Mitak ft). m I OGLSLJUVKSi. esjK-ciall- r Noliocty else in West Kentucky lus ljeen able to couiiieto with us iu 1h'1 this ticnson, room suits, iron bitts and rocking chairs. O. 3ST. HX-ilVKcatucky, Ulckwaa, E ..I e mmmssim j:m vs V? H h i vS.S Sole Agent for Vulcan Chilled Plows, and Stephens & Smiiii. Dealer in Disc Harrows, Disc Cultiva- M-WUHHiHUi- ; Taxes Reduced. Mr. R. T. Tyler and J. W. Mor- 'ris, who appeared before the State The Courier, after matn-- e deliberation, and recent tAji'Tience, hns decided to make no more prophecies, about tho weather, the river, sprinir. or propec- tive marriages. It u glory enough to miblish after it has hanneneri. - Spring Opening i HIGH-CLAS- tors, One Horse Cultivators, One Horse Harrows, Buckeye Binders and Mowers, Hay Rakes. Forks, 4c Re call and look at my Implements before buying. -- J 1 fK Wo bought si largo supply of Seed Pot,ftoM IlI1(i Onion Setts elrly, when to secure the reduction of the tax they were cheap, and will save you moucy on them. LEDi'Y)iitvRounris. 'assessment of Fulton IUll ll . j f . The Mavor were successful in so far tin L"l ,1ntttn .i.intninH.lt.of n Padncah has toned. wuuii ii nuiiii;ivuiji iu l.n- ...ill..... in flMHllliu ting the increased rate of taxa- - promise witn Fulton as to tho alledged to p',(1' ,f Px tion of 22 per cent on real estate ,' Sf'n'Uu if Fnlton s,n"11 pay ft1 expenses ucah, will reduced to 10 per cent and the for the caro and treatment of tho rate on town lots and personalty j cases. T,Tho 'reduced to 8 per cent on the' hold an tftat. Bo:inl of II,e,llth wil1 examination tor applicants for county assessments, thus saving rertiflcates to pmctico medicine in Ken-th- e of the county in tucky, who aro graduates from :5 roar schools, whose course of stnriv does not Uoardof Equalization last week flr lia S ATTRACTIVE NOYELTIES IN . SPRING AND SUMMER Resumed Business! 0, pass Hoods! J. 4 NOW ON MY BOlBtilMf ' ' tax-pave- COUNTERS. the aggregate 81.80190. I. i WJ" shingles. Finishiug Lumber, Mouldings. Suhh, Doors, Paints, Oils, &c. 11 n IniirKn 9.9 1. kt -- Tho Fnlton and Hickman Electric 3V4 Railway is not dead, but only sleopcth, More to uo c.iuca into ncnig it tliu honds can Somo only to The Courier has determined long' J'0., iiogotiulod. or Jordan, favor a running build to Cayce and 'since, not to favor, or advocate. arrangement with tho M. & O., beeauso any kind of additional tax on the 'this is shorter and cheaper, but tho Cornier wants a through lino to a con- .people of Fulton County, or the ,1Cction with thel C. To off of tho 'town of Hickman, from the fact I. O. iu this section is to bo out of tho opinion is given that tiro equities are ench that if the facts had been properly presented and under-!- , 'Htnml hv tlie Uoaril Inst venr flint ino iu jirr oeiu nicreiiBU wouiu ii nvo ueen wipeu uui. Tio mm of Louisville, Louisville, on April, 25. NofctH- tD-I keep constantly on hand tho host grades of Ceiling, Siding, reqnirrinrntB, ut tho University My purchases this snrjnues all other in RICHNESS, VARIETY and S'H LK Tho patterns aro our own, and no fear of duplication My shelves aro crowded with tho world's lati st and loveliest productions. Among tho NOVELTIES are thine. , stand, J. J. C. RONDUKANT lins bought the Orocery Stock of Al.Fltri) McDanikl, in tlie Powell Block, and will continue business nt that lie lias added largely to the stock, nnd will keep equal to uny Grocery Establishment Quality, Quantity, Prices and Variety, to select from. Tuxo. ' ! 1 that rhey ure already heavily tax ,..! . world. S ' 'ed. t imiiu i a nrD ftliinnwl Iwcaimo of their npprehenhobby, and w;e yet believe that it sion that a leveo from Hickman to tho' tlm only Bystetn lliui will secure TemiObseo highlauds, would drain Reel-i- s foot Lilkt. Thlsison a par with tho e In the absence of old time argumcut that building 'good roude. taxing system, surely the bad tho SI 'oondition of our pnblio roads in clamat ion of ICO.OOO acres of tho tho Miwlssinpi Vnllny, with, direction shbnld demand ., of est laud iu iMiimiuuou in inriiiv iarmers, u ,.i... inriprc.i...ui ti. --w,,.ni - ii leeiiung . ,,; '.. ......,...&;., ...y "'""J laws would more tliiiii compensate. As a, thorities to enforce existing ,niUter of fact, tho loveo would not drain moio than ono half tho Lako, and 'rigidly, without fear or favor. n - il,. r..,l.,-iim uu""n rm... ...:.... ...... IIII'U IU1U i IIHIIITIHOU , Devon Pique, Arundel Pique, Siren Dimity, Lucerne Checks, Egyptian Madras, Persian and French Organdies, Lawns, And mnny others. I have the prettiest stock of SILKS for Shirt Waists over shown hi re Also, WASH SILKS and SATTINS. I have added to my sto , lie solicits tlio trade of his patrons of former vears, and the public generally, proniis-- . iug to and all FAIR DEALING. "If ajestio" Cooking Basges, The Best in the World ! You C'liimot ITInhi; u .TliHlnKc jSffi, ff'o rail-'th- la Buying One of these Kaages One of its Strongest Points la its Ilukea Biscuits in 4 Minutes Buying h "Majestic" means a lilo-tlm- e I Ladies9 Ready-Ma- de rich-ever- y Shirt Waists g which are honnuli In nso this season. Thoy aro bonght direct from tin- inaunf.u turert, aro perfect-fittinaud very - ECONOMY IN THE USE OF FUEL! Light Bread in 40 Minutes. of Kuonomiciil Cooking cheap. I "that returning troops from Cuba, 'may tirinir yellow fever, tho War Denarlmeiit bus practically dec xloil not rn 'KHtnlilisli u 'riiflitirv Oainp MeiMle, Cainll at Atlanta. 'in PeniiHVlviinitt will .pro'bBbly be! SoU fen'r existing in the South (sportsmeu. ' . unit would leave abundant lako for tho WHITE JPROXS-- X make them only a.r lot of these, ohoapor than yon can Call nnd Kxnmliiv Tlitm. You'll liny no Oihfr. CUSTOM TBIADK. Hoen & Kvcrcol, having bought tho mkiiiu Roller MIIIh utiunuuco to tho Ultm.n that thoy specially solicit their trade, and will do nveivHifm? tn nw.rif their patronage Glvo ns a clianco to Hok.v & Evehkh,. Irovothis. g I cordially invilo everybody (0 call aud examine my entiro stock, tuiiijwn; qujnty unil price. -- L.wi.i sH. O. AMBERO. ? Bring Your Job Work to the Courier Office. m '' .ax- - j- -, ..fT ! i T" tamwtmmtm mfvntit ftmtjnm mimilHMPii ntiwit mmu 3-- i i t .1 30 for INDIGO-BLUE ALTZER & OODDS - T 'VW Crash FOR TOWELS - . - Worth wrwvw EVERY &AND 10c- at gc THE INCOMING EVIDENCES And Yartl-Wid- OK SPUING ON W ware Never Brighter, Never More Prepared In Evcrv Corner Can bo Soon GLOWING BEAUTIES for Spring, LADIES' 9c EF& wn Domestic. ALL Linen ricmititchcd We bIiow till the New Styles nod Toes, and price lliati our competitors. UcsfvnlucH in town for Ladies' Slippers. at much lets A awyft MP"L CORSETS Ladies and Misses 98c tO $2.50 At? fr.vt--..- WiWL'Nl'-'i.i. rir l j j- - MMif iiv &M&-- aSi i Wo havo tho largest lino' WE WANT every Woman in Hickman to' in the city to seseo them. Wo can show yoh tho" prettiest, lect from. and cheapest iu town. Not Milliners' prices but ui'ucli'lesfl. 10c'to'$2.00!TEompsans' SAILORS from-. - Clothing Department. Vwr-A jt iMffl 4.WdvSf j. iwn n , l ' ! Our tJrffi't.tlUinu'an.l thoroughly .. worth id ftO. WJ!JAJS,Ax. now lino of MENS SUITS for Ik nii-t- . . Fitting American Lid? and w-uo- .. Wash Goods' Piques, Dimities, Organdies, ' Lawns, Juckonet'fV ' complctc-eT- iiy garment 6t every descriptioiT. ditto. i ... . vo Gt VZ C"x. u SKIRTS, READY-MADE- VKKS SUITS in Worsteds. Cnssimeres and Cheviots, well worth $IU.0(, for qq Kfl OV,0J "ENS SUITS in Worn teds mid C.issimeres, round fully, lip-t- fll tlml An. limic micel. mul me vrU-t.ttlorot- "" """ v"""' ia (f fli 9 - ! (pRSETS tjjjp SHIRT-WAISTS.- Model Form. Summer CORSETS, 2oV Etc., Etc- LARGE TOWELS, 4Gx24 in 10c 25o date btyles. nino Serge and Fancy Cassi- Y0UTS sulTg age 15 19, to n.ere-st- eis, price from 3.B0 RA l.till Black Propolis, Silks nntl Serges, antl 98c to $8.50 ! "iS" Very latest Styles. TURKEY RED TABLE CLOTH, LACE CURTAINS, HSvVGSi and Pique Walils. 75c to Kaiicies,.. Mrs. 3.50 . Was!) Skiffs, Crashes, linens, Pucks ami The only Shirt WniSt mndo that will Fit to Perfection. We enn' fhow you by far the largest and handsomest lmo iu the city. CJofl Percale Shirt Waist, worth 75c, for 50o. IJull line Imp. Percale, Madras, Bedford Cord White Jane Hopkins ii Ji i Pique, Irotn 5Uoto$l.0 i i y 8 daw n Jilailii. J .,-..-- ladies Muslin Underwear. ' 1 1 Ideas. A beautiful line of new Draw - String Ribbons, in and Fancies, at 12Jc. Satin-Sliirred 8,-1- We carry tlie largest vttriotv in tha . city F titty anil 1'lnui. IJ Stiro Are the l mid sou them. ij Wy j 1 .1 i I and BEST riTTINO. Sold only BY US. t. -- i 1 r ii trLiiif ivv ifJi . I'rlce starts at .. .10 ' JB f? l J 113 i ! Ladlrs Mnclin Gov.ns, trimmed iti Embroiderj- - Empiro rfud hiph'' Dec unit styles, at Laditta Mimliti Omlirella Drawers. Laeo or Einbrniderv TrinmiiiiL. it- UX ' SasA-BucRi- es rt JLndles Muslin Coryet Covers, trimmed in Lacoor Embroidery, Ladles Muslin Skirts, trimmed 111 ?;. i Ajf ImTj. II II Q DjjIlS Lace or Embroidery, "Re to 41.25 Beady to Wear" 571 fy)Qii5-iil&iVW- r Local and Persona!. If Pu-- h BALT'ZBI is to b & A DODDS. LITTLE UIRL. Why. Editorial Ilnucmets.- 1 h to lie nailer theeditnri.il management of Mr. C N. Walker. People may say will about Walker, but The ground in still too Mt to plo'.v, ' whnt clue they editor. ho lh.fhwilling Clean up and Unutify your jiroiu- The little people of East Hickman enjoveit n t.l.iy enrty at the residence of rtMo SHAW'S nd. in thin edi- Jlw'l,. I). O.ikiey, given in honor of tion. her htile grand daughter, Me Lillian Hayes, of OHoti, Tenti., Wan D. Shaw, of liMteuius, Tenn. Tho litElmer tle folLs reported a nice lime. in tho city last week. rfi?SeinK Machine with full sot MKMiilel I'n'iich, who Jinx been Helena, Ark., lms ro turned of attuchmeiits, $IJ.M). at tho vMtiiik' 111 moved to Coluuibns. and that the Banlwell 3EA!t st c In :-:- UITS POLITICS. Af- luitttii. iiienso stocks, ami are rlnr mi.ri'lrmlH nre lrfltltlli? ill I III ofi'eriiiK buyers big indncruicut A solid silver Thimble, jruar.in-teu- i al tlieU.n P.EI.lAllLH. for Ufw. Fines eolleetwl iu New Madrid, in leceinlHT, January and l'ebrunrv lsst, iimouiiled to ll3. Mks Irene FarU. who sj"nt tho winter in Ft. Mytra, Florida, returned homo tMinday last. All our advertiser aro llvo, liberal business men. and ynu will bo flrotlted by nuulinK every ml. iti your A regular advertLtement lioiuu pujier is worth more anil etls less than any other form of adTeriiitw;. Walter (Sanlner, of .MenipliU, Tenn. was in the city several days the past week, the picut of Ins siiter, .Mrs. W O Helley. Young attorney Ed. Crfwliuid. of rafc Ol.l RKI.tA!H.K. Ohio and Mississippi river towns are suiVeiing from tlie high water. Slmwiieeiown. Ill . is reported in worse condition than last spring, as a great amount of sickness has broken out among the homeless inhabitants. Dr. Tenn.. a physieinu of fine reputation, and a mint exeelleut eiti.eit in i.ll has bieated iu Hickman, for tho practice of his profession. Olllre over WiJwin'b Hook Store, Holcombe's new building. The Banlwell Star says" that a Arlington to slorv eoines the elfcct tliat Judge Shoemaker, Police Judge of tho town, had attempted u outrage upon two well known and highly respected little ulrls of the place, and had "pullid Utt taller and sater timber." mis-enibl- W. M. llrislit. l.ito of Troy, Hickman, at the resideuce father, Mr. Jno. of the Pride's Witting, sr.. on Sunday, April 2nd, nt 8:110 p. in, by Rcy. Put her Clem-ut- s. Mr. Jerry Malone, of Union Citv, to Miss Clam Thomas, of Hickman. The happy couple nro favorite. with nil who know thorn, the groom a most popular salesman for many years, and the bride employed iu tho mul department. Mr; Maloue Is well liked by all. and there is no moro conscientious and woman than the b.--i lo. Hence, congratulations from allsontvet. The mumngo was a private affair, only a few relatives and sptcial triends the beautiful ceremony of tho Roman Catholic service, Row Father Clements pfououueing it iu an impres-sivmanner. purcr-miiido Admires the Courier, and Telia ter nearly forty years, tho Hickman Hickman. Ky , April t', 1899. : I have had long to wrlto you a few lines, but timi dity and fear of tho w.isto basket has prevented me from so doing But since thr dear old Courier has changed her dress I thought I would miikd tho attempt. 1 am .1 little Fulton County girl and I want to tell you that I learnr ed part of my letters, spelling the I think it is tho grandest uaper in the Stuto of Keutucky, its pure morals, its noble defense of truth and denounce-incut of error, makes it tit to adorn any table, from tho Capitol down to the humblest homo. My papa tnkes the Courier. 1 havo always read it, it is a refreshing visitor mid Companion every week, and my prayers shall always bo for the dear old Editor and his noble "taff of contributors, and may they long Mayfleld, will nhnrlly linve live to contlntio the tiaper in its purity two Imtigings, Will Tntt on tlio and virtues. 1 highly approve it in its uow dress, knowing, or' believing that Kith of April, nud Bob Blanks 011 it never makes a change iu nothing on- the lBth of Ahiy. ly for its good. If agreeable. I may come aj;aiu. I' will close, your siuccro friend, Dear Editor 11 do-sir- CaruthersvillofMo.) Democnit: e O'on-ne- g 1 tirr.sTs PiiK.sF.vr. e 11 and Mrs L. P. Ellison, Mr. and Mrs. Thus. Dillon, sr , Mr. and Mrs Jno Witting, jr., Misses Carrie and Loula Ramage, Lola B.ut.v, Mattie Travis, Anice and Frankie E linger, Mary Aiinm Sherruu, Mnsrs. Ward Luton, Ceo. Warren, J. T. Dillon, and Fattier Clements Mr. I'ltRsr.S'Trf UKCr.tVKD. Courier has changed its form, and is now a quarto. A new steam press is to bo added Immediately. Bro. Warren is to bo cougralnlated. Banlwell Push : Tho Hickman Courier has changed from an folio to a quarto mid will hereafter boprinted on a steam press. Tho Conrier'is tho oldest paper in West Kentucky, ono of the best, and its friends are glad to seo it prosper. Paris (Tenn.) Herald : Tho Hick-maConrier has changed from a folio to an eight page same sizo as the Herald. Tlio Courier is tho oldest paper in West Kentucky, but lias decided" td'keep up with the procession The editor ulso says his uow cylinder press will nmvo in n short timo. Wo aro glad to note that it is at last making these needed changes. Tho Courier is a good paper, and there Is no better paper man-i- Kentucky than Georga Warren. eight-colum- n six-colu- W. M.'Smttbvwho w'anntll re- oently in the race for Attorney' General, will quit politics for good! He ia satisfied with the quiet pur- stilt of his profession, without b'e coming entangled with tbo posh' and jam of offico'beoklera.' W. G. Winter, druggist, Clinton, ity'I, says he has sold Plantation Chill Oure for many years, and among tho many'' eliill tonics he finds tho Plantation1 the' uiost'reliablo ho sells, ns. it acts'diiTerent' from the oniniuo tonics, which olily' stops chills for a short time It removes'' tho cuuso. and tho euro is Dettnauent. n Come Forward ! All persons indebted to C. A. Hoi-- " combo aro notified that they must come' forwanl and settle. Delays aro dan- Verbum Sapient i. iVlient Wnnfboi Hocn & Eversol aunonnco that they" are in tho market to buy wheat, and1 y will pay tho highest market prico, quantity,- small or largo lots. Hokn & Eveusol. in"-an- Tilaylluhl, who is now on his way homo from Manila, is expected to arrive about Star Cement from Lkiu'Oud Xouo better. April Sitli. Co?" Try n barrel of Erin Limn and fc IUkikiis. this week. Now that tho song birds have begun to put iu their appearance, look out for tho ubi(tiitims small boy with his "sling hliot" apparatus. Twenty thousand dollars of the government appropriation is to bo on tho lovees near llynl's Point, 111 Mississippi county, Mo. Uuelo Tom Williams bring tho Coi'itnnt several jieaoli tree brunches showing livo buds. This settles. it ; wo shall have homo line peaches. Esq- Dickinson was understood by nome to havo said thai "all tho peaches wero killed.'' Ho didn't say it, but he spoko it iu a general sense. Dr. J. M. Hubbard and wife, and Mrs. Ed. Priither attended tho entertainment of (lie Vanderbilt Oieo Club t Union City, Friday night last. Merchants who wish to reach tho people with their suring messages should nso tho columns of thoUouuiKU otry ihsuo. It pnyfti There's money iu it. John T. Dillon,, who lift been emfor the llrlli of ployed' as Dodds Bros.,, at Shaw, Mlis.. for tlio pant twoyeniM, roturned.liome bat unlay. lionk-kccpiir Rev. W. G. Hefleyand daiigliler, Miss Stella, attended tho Methodist Sunday School Convention, at Paris, Tenn , and S.inlxirn's Colleo is It is the COFFEE nhv.ns the that is iKiught by the best fiiTiiilies of Htcknian, sold (inly by II. BiK'IiaXan. Insuranen companies are of vast iinwrtiic to tlie people, and yet many of them are titiittiiiK certain towns and counties iu the State on account of Due tiling J" lines and indictments certain, no business eotieerus will continue liusinivts long when there is no margin for pro tit left them It miy be wise to line and indiet these companies, but the result where such has been the rule, does not seem to provo it. .Mr. Thomas, President of tho Nash.. Chat. & St. Louis Railroad, has said recently, and this is authoritative, that the railroad fmm lliekinan to Tipton villi will bn completed and iu open Hon by tliotimo the levee could be built. This is the greutest and 'most important enterprise that is probable or possible for this section, and it is pity that its success should be endangered by the personal wrangles or any man or set or men. 11 C&- - Chai-- NEW I.1X1J OP JfiWEMtY. We have received a new lino of goods and will make the following low pi ices : Elgin, or WulthHiu, Watch, !?.'j 00. Elgin, or Wultlum, '10 year, gold 1 1 filled ease. 810 00. Solid Cold H nu'S, Solid Gold Rings, opals, $1 75. Solid 'old Rings, I 1 opals, 1 Emerald and Moonstone fl 00. Rub., and , eloser thou two or three v Polltl Gold Cyrano Ncofc laces. 75o. The old reliable, Rudolph Ola- - wgo brntlior8. 'One by 0110 the Hearts, Sterling Silver and Solid ser, the biMSHhoeiuaver of this section, i.mes fUile," ntirt' one hy 0110 the Cold, lfictoW.r.0. has ivmoveiMiis shop tir bhnw's Shoo Bracelets, from .75' to $3.fi0. Dopnrtuiont, and solicits tho continu- jiemioeluHtH fill' the world with iuIh- vn and' now- lo votuioue,. ation oMiis imtroungo there, HANDLE, KERR sMuk - $1 00. Handsome Vases, Mrs Dillon anil Mis Ella B. Sherron : Brooch (opal and pearlsj, Mr. and Mrs. L. 1'. Ellison ; Headrest (mtln THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE MILLINER; and laco). Mks Lola Barry ; Hand painted Silk Fan, Misses Ellugcr and Travis; Mrs. Lou Harper respectfully attracts Cold Pen, Mr. Ueorge Warren; Book vonr attention to the fact that she has (Bridal Bells), Miss Mattio Ellison ; Lace rreriveil her SPRING MILLINERY Handkerchief, Miss Fr.mkio Etlnger; 'OODS, r.lro and choico selections, and Point Laco Pincushion, Misses Ritnimre ; made- witli special hope to please the Medalliou, Miss Mary mul Mr. F. Be u'to and judgment of friends and nnnles; Uamlkurehlef, Mrs A. ,M Elllsou; Vases, Mr. and Mrs Jno She is also ploiisod to announce that Witting. 1r ; Stiver Water Pitcher, Mr. shu has tho services of Mrs. Jennie Halt Joo Witting. el accomplished ModLsto and Dress-ma- kr, who will give sptViial attention to WILL THESE OFFERS (JET YOU? tlils doparlniont. On each and every yearly siib?erip-tioto tho DELINEATOR received services will bo held at April '.'nil, wo will give 0O0 in 1' Methodist Church next Sunday Patterns. Pattirns to bo of your own un.niing ami night. All aro invited to selection and to bo taken when you 1n tho tlrst MTvieo sineoonr temporary iilxOiico from our accustomed place of plea.so For $1 5 we give yon tho DELIN- wcrship. Repairs on ohnrch will not EATOR for months, the noconts 111 Ik- completed, but approximately so. , Pat terns and tlie two Sunday School also at the usual hour, and hpworth Leaguo in tho eve at a :!i0 p.iners a week, for one year. oilock. Let all nttend, especially tho Don't miss tins chance. members of tlio church. This offer imido only by WILSON'S BOOlC STORE. W. G. IlKFtEY. Wfc.Tho full delights of Coffeo Tho iliianeial report from City Clerk McOutchui, of the flnauilal condition trtukiug havo lveen unknown to thoso of Hickman, shows that authontus vio havu not tried CHASE & SAN-'HVS famous Roasted Coffee, sold have managed affairs so well as 10 pay H. Buchanan. all demands and interests promptly, and that cit,v bonds cannot be iKiught at par, -- Tho days of I lie old fiiRliiotieil lieing such good Investments. The city (Lirltey white washer nro number debt is largo, but mostly incurred, prior t"iThoy no have 1111 ingenious to tho accession of tho present Council. .iy of sprnylng it, aiii) its liellet It is believed that this year moro money can bo used oil the streets. (in eavihg time- mid it ia sniil will cus-'"mer- HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS;. TOM DILLON.. (Buccfior toll', C. &., Prop'r,. Hnigc, Jc'J,) ' Marblo and Granite Monuments STONti WORK of all Kinds, Hand-mad- e IRON FENCING, &c, &o;- - be-for- o fiiokman, E7. 1 JUST RECEIVED! CAH J - Courier-Journal- Flour, Lime and Cement Don't forget, when yon want thing to Groceries,-Hardware;-QucciiswaYe;-Harness- tOAO OF any- - ' i' , ' yy - Bran, Oats, n'AY, FRESH MKATSj etc., ,,,at ;; cxztizxr1 1 ledpord a rqgersi .t H"" . .n"' It ?t-- k tmmlmmam 1 fj.jitit, FLOWEHS OF EASTEIl. Dr. Tolnugc Draws an Inspiration from Them. The Kloiiitrnt Orator' I'.nnlrr UU- ooitrscs Lewsonn Wlilch Ihe Hnw- rrn ilrliin: to tlir- Dispirited ml (lip Hitch ril. - ft I.: TP If . V 1 , In this Easter sermon Dr. Tolmuge Interprets the message which the dowers bring t tlio anxious, the dispirited nnd the bereaved; text. I.uke l,J:2S,"lf then (Iod so clothe the grass, whieh is Is in the Held, and cast, into the oven, how much more will He clothe yon. O ye of little fnlthV" The lily is the queen of Hible (lowers. The rose may have disputed her throne in modern times and won it, but the I'liungo and deeny In all around I tee-iThou who cha nicest not. abide with me rose originally hud only live petals. It Flowers also atTord mighty avmM as under the long continued und ini.s'ii of Christ, who compared Himself tense gne of the world that the rose the ancient queen, the Illy, and the ni.blushed into its present beauty. In the ern queen, the rose, when He said; 'I Hible train, cassia and hyssop and am the rose of Sharon, nnd the lih "! frankincense and myrrh and spikenard t'le valley." Hedolcnt like the nnd camphor and the rose follow the like the other. Like both, !' lily. Fourteen times in the Hible is the propriate for the sad who wiintsyuu ' Illy mentioned; only twice the rose. The rose may now have wider empire, thlcrs and for the rejoicing who want but-thlily reigned in the time of banqueters. Hovering over the niar rlage ceremony like a wedding bel "t Esther, in the time of Solomon, in the folded like u chalet on the pulscl.' time of Christ. Caesai had his throne heart of the dead. O Christ, let the on the hills. The lil.v hid her throne in fume of Thy name be wafted nil around the alley. In thegrc itest sermon that the enrth lily nnd rose, lily and rose was ever preached there was only one flower, and that a lily. The Hcdford until the wilderness crimson intoni'.ir-dedreamer, John lluny.ui, entered the is over. nnd the round earth turn Into.. house of the interpreter and was shown Ah, my friends, let not the prophecies great bud of Immortal beauty laid n cluster of flowers and was told to of the (lowers on your wedding day be against the warm heart of (Sod. Sunt, h "consider the lilies" faNe prophecies. He blind to each oth- down from the world's banners enrle We may si udy or reject other sciences er's faults. Make the most of each oth- nnd lion and put on lily nnd rose, lily nt our option it is so with astroi: iv er's excellencies. Keineiiiber he vows, and rose. chemistry, it so with jurisitiso witli it so witli isphysiology, it the rimr on the third finger of the left Hut. my friends, llowers hare mo is prudence, hand, and the benediction of theculla grander ue than when on KuMer morning we celebrate the rennhuation f is so wilh geology but the science of lilies. botmn Christ commands us to study you ask me the question: "What Christ from the catacombs. The flow ra If when lie says: "Consider the lilies." are flowers good for?" I answer, they spell resurrection. There Is not a ni k to tip of petal. are good to honor and comfort the ob- or corner iu all the building Imt ii Measure them from root Inhale their breath. Notice the grace- sequies. The worst gash ever made into toiichril with the incense. The vvoiii.mi fulness of their poise. Hear the wills-pe- r the side of our joor earth is the gash enrrird spices to the tomb of l'hn-- t of the white lip- - of the eastern and of the grave. It is so deep, it is so and the) dropped spiers nil around the red lips of the American lily. cruel, it is so incurable, that it needs about the tomb, nnd from these phes Helonging to this royal family of something to cover it up. Flowers for hive grown all the flowers of liVner lilies are the lily of the Nile, the Japan the casket, flowers for the hearse, morn. The two white-robeanerls lily, the luly Washington of the flowers for the metery. What a con- that hurled the s'one nwny fromjthe Sierras, the (.olden band 111. thctiknt trast between a crave in u country door of the tomb hurled it with such lily of Ncp.itilt the Turk's cap lily, 'lie churchyard, with the fence broken violence down the hill thnt it crushrd African lily from the Cape of tiood down and the tombstone ns'ant and the iu the world's tepulchrr, and Hope. All these lilies have the royal neighboring cattle browsing amid the million of dead shall come forth. 1 blood in their wins. Hut I take the mullein stalks mil the Canada thistles, H ow everlabvrin thine the mnuoi(t in. lilies of my text this morning as typ- and a dune morning in (Srecnwood, the however eostl) the sarcophagus, ical of all (lowers, and their voice of wave of roseate bloom rolling to the ..rrhitrcturallv grand the iiecfop-oil- floral beauty seems to address us. hay- top of the motinii.s and then breaking however lienutifully parterrrdttbe ing: "Consider the lilies, consider the into foaming creslsof white tlowersall fnmi.y gourds, we wanf Them la. azaleas, consider the fuchsias, consider around the pillows of dust. It is the broken up by the Lord of llu- the geraniums, consider the hies, con- difference between sleeping under nigs tlon. The forms that we laid aw sider the hyacinths, consider the helio- nnd under an embroidered blanket. We with our broken hearts must rise tropes, consider the oleanders" With want old Mortality with his chisel togo lather and mother thev must deferential nnd grateful and intelligent through all the graveyards Iu Christen otit. Husband and wife, they music and worshipful souls, consider them. dom. nnd while he carries a chisel in out. l'.rothers and sisters, they ;! or one hand we want old Mortality to have I come out. Our darling childre iwft "Not with insipid Hoittimentalisin with sophomorie vaporing, but for some (lower seed in the palm of the mut come out The rjes th: vvifi grand and practical and everyday, and. other hand. trembling fingrrs we closrd inu' Kn if need be, homely uses, consider them. "Oh," you say, "the dead don't know; in the luster of resuirretlMi Morn The llowers are the angels of the it makes no difference to them." I The arms that we folded iu ihntli inut grass. They all have voices. When the think you are mistaken. There are not joins ours in embrace of ren'iinn The clouds speak they thunder, when the so ninny steamers and trains coming to btloved voice that was hiisln cl t lit whirlwinds speak they scream, when any living city ns there are convoys rr.t lined The beloved form tuu&i the cataracts speak they ulwn.vs whis coming from Heaven to earth, and if up without Its infirmities without it per. I stand here to intrepet their mesthere be instantaneous and constant fatigues It mut come up 01 how sage. What, have you to say to us, 0 ye communication between this world nnd long it srems to some of you! Wailing, angels of the grass? This morning I the better world, do you not supos( waiting for the rrsurrrcti'in. How mean to discuss what (lowers are good your departed friends know what you long, how long! I make for your irokrn for. That is my subject: What are do with their bodies? Why has (Sod hearts a cool. oft Imiilac of flowers good for? and wild llowers in lilies I comfort you tin dnv vv.'ti tint planted golden-roI remurk, in the first place, the v a ic the forest and on the prairie, where no thought of resurreetlon good for lessons of (iod's providential human eye ever sees them? He planted When I.nrd Nelson wa bur ri! n St. care. That was Christ's first thought. them there for invisible intelligences I'mil' enthrdral in the etirf All these llowers seem to address us toto look at nnd admire, nud when in- of nil Fnglnnd was utirred. l'h pro day, saying: "(lod will give you ap- visible intelligences come to look nt coslon paused on amid the sohbirgof a parel nnd food." We have no wheel with the wild flowers of the woods nnd the nation There wero .Km rum peter. which to spin, no loom with which lo table lands, will they not make excurnt the door of theealhe!ri with weave, no sickle with which to harvest, sion nnd see the flowers which you Inotruments of tnuic in hand, iting no, well sweep with which to draw have planted in affection nnd rememfor the signni. nnd. when the i' water, but Ood feeds us with the bread brance of them? thogntrsof M Paul's of the sunshine, nnd (Sod has uppareled When I am dead I would like to have "ilhi'iirnl, these no trumpeter Cir?oni us with more than Solomonic regality. a handful of violets - anyone could united blast, and then all i lent. We are prophetesses of adequate ward pluck them out of the grass, or some Vet the trumpets did not w il the (Sod st clothed us, the grass one could lift from the edgeof the pond robe. "If dead. He slept right nn Hut ivr to of the field, will He not much more a water lily nothing rarely expensive, tell ou. wli.it 30 trumpeters i r. not clothe you, O ye of little faith'.'" Men no insane display, as sometimes nt fu- do for one man. nor trumpet, r H1 do and women of worldly anxieties, take neral rites, where the display takes the for all nations Flip age ln. lollrd this message home with you! How long bread from the children's mouths and on. nnd the e!o?k of the wnrli!'. linv has (iod taken care of you 7 Quarterof the clothes from their backs, but some- strikes 0. 10. 11. 12. nnd time h.i bono the journey of life? Half the journey thing from the great democracy of longer! s the journey of flowers. ISather than imperial cataof life? I'.ehold the nrcbangrl hovir if! Ho life? Can you not trust Him the rest falque of Hussion eyiir, I asksoir"ono takes the trumpet, point it 'h'. way, of Mie way? (Sod does not promise you whom may have helped by a (iospcl puts lis lips to his lips nnd th. the Human sermon or Christian deed to bring a one long. loud, lenlfie. HiimmIi r blows . anything like that whi ..i.. emperor had on his table at vast sprig of arbutus or a handful of China rating nm! iesuircr:iini.u blast! nightingales' tongues- - but asters. ense-f.Ofi Look. Inok! Thry rite! Tlieci - the lie has promised to take care of ou. It was left for modern times to spell dead! seme coining forth from tl. .famlie has promised you the necessities, respect for the departed anil comfort ily vault, some from the ritv c.netiry. not the luxuries bread, not cake. If for the living iu letters of floral gos- some finiu (he country gr.iv.ynrd. (Sod so luxuriantly clothes the grass of pel. Pillow of llowers. meaning rest Here a spirit is joined to it In, v. and the field, will lie not provide for you. for the pilgrim who has got to the end theie another epirlt joimd to.i.other He of his journey. Anchor of (lowers, sug- boilv. and million His Hung and immortal children? of dep n i. .; spirits will. gesting the Christian hope which we are assorting the bodies nnd then No wonder Martin I.uther always had must havens nil anchor of the soul, sure themnelves iu form r.ithant inund steadfast. Cross of flowers, sug- for iiMjriifcion ix (lower on his writing desk for spiration! Through the cracks of the gesting the tree on which our sins were The earth begins to burn the bonprison door a flower grew up to cheer slain. If I had my way, would cover fire of a gnat victor All n.i.'ynow up all the dreamless sleepers, whether for Hip procession of reconfirm tpil 1'icciola. Mungo Park, the gieat travcasket or pine box, eler and explorer, had his life saved by in I'pwnid and awav Christ n flower.' lie sank down in the desert whether n king's mausoleum or poleads nud nil the Christian de.nl follow, to die. but, seeing a flower near by, it tter's field, with radiant or aromatic battalion after bnlialinn. The I'lblc sn.vs: "Jn the nation l'p. up! On. on! nntmi after suggested Clod's merciful care, and he Forw.rd.yc " got up willi new courage and traveled midst of the garden there was a ranks of (iod Mmightv! Lift jour I wish that everv sepulcher heads, ve everlasting K,ll( ;il ,, (lt ,iic on to safety. I said the flowers are the grass. I add now they are might be iu tin; mil.t of u garden. angels of the conquer come in! l.Viin ,.ctfonI ifyounsked me theqiiestion: "What L'esurrei-lion- irs the evangels of the sky. And so twist nlltliefp.t.ilil.nvfrnof If you ask me the question; "What are flowers good for?" answer: "For are flowers for?" I respond, they are religious symbolism." 7Have you ever the chapel and cntlirdm: ,,f ,,m The Hible is into one grent cli.n,, .mdwith good for the bridal day. The bride studied Scriptural flora thnt eli.iln bind the I:.,m. n.ornlng wtiiust have litem on her brow, and she an arboretum, it is a Divine conservatory, it is ii herbarium of cquisitc or ISO'- with Hip Honing i:.,.i,r 0f the iniirft have them in her hand. The marriage nltnr must be covered with them. beauty. If you want to illustrate the world" history rcfcurrpi ii..., Mnv brevity of the brightest human life you the (i)il of peace Hint brnuo',, A wedding without flnweis would bens aam inappropriate as a wedding without will quote from .lob:Is "Man cometli from ll.e dead our Lord .1. .. thnt forth un u flower and cut down." Or great Shrpheid of the sheep through music. At such n time they are nnd prophecies of good So you will quote from the psalmist: "As the lond of the eoveniirit kc ,v much of (he pathwuy of life is covered the (lower of the field, so he pcrishcth; perfect m every good work do Hi the wind passet hover it. and it is gone." will. up with thorns, we ought to cover the Or you will quote from Isaiah: "All beginning with orange blossoms. U Ajiprin ., Flowers are appropriate on such oc- llenli is grass, und the godliness thereof Uncle Atnoh-Wl- mt out of a hun- is ns the flower of the Held." Or you does this mean casion, for in ninety-nin- e dred cases It i: the very best thing that will quote from .Inines thenpostle: "As about woman bein' n "miinstorin' could have happened. The world may the flower of the grass, so he pnsseth L'neli- Hirnin-O- h. What graphic I'ible I s'pose jrlticise and pronounce it mi inapti- away." ifH 0au of them silly, n.ii,,n nbotit tude and may lift its eyebrows In sur-iir All the cut llowers will soon be dene. gnln in the prise and Hiinlc it might t.u.jgesl s'lnv-hli(Sod who bee the whatever care you take of them. Life. belter but the half-blow- to-dn- y years of wedded life before they have begun arranges for the best. So that flowers in almost all eases are appropriate for the marriage day. The divergences of disposition will become correspondences, recklessness will become prudence, frivolity will be turned into practicality. widThere has been many an nged a carefully-lockeowed soul who had bureau, and in the bureau a box. and in Unthe bo a folded paper, and in rose, slight-I- v folded paper n carefully fragrant, discolored, put it there 10 or SJjenw pressed. She ago. On the anniversary day of her wedding she will go to the bureau, she will lift the box. she will unfold the paper, and to her eyes will be excised bud, and the memories the n of the past will rush upon her. and will drop upon the flower, nnd sudtear denly it is transfigured, nnd there is a stir in the dust of the anther, nnd it rounds out. and it is full of life, and It begins to tremble in the procession up the church aisle, and the dead music of a half century ago comes tnroouing through the air. and vanished faces reappear, and right hands are joined, and will, for i manlv voice promises: "I o't for worse," and the wedding better march thunders a salvo of joy at the departing crowd, but a sigh on thatr anniversary day scatters the scene. breath the altar, the the flowers, the congratulating group. are scattered, and there is nothing left but a trembling hand holding a faded rosebud, which is put into the paper and the:i into the box. and the box carein the bureau, and withn fully sharp sudden click of the lock the scene 20, 40, 5U d half-blow- n n Though morning und night you b:pt ' them in the name of the shower, baptism will not be to them u savi .. ordinance. They hove been fntallv wounded with the knife that cut th'"1 .They are bleeding their life away; tin'? are dying now. The fragrance In Is their dcpnrtlng nnd nseeiulu8 spirits. Oh, yes! Flowers are nlnx"' human, ltotnnlsts tell us that flow" breathe, they take nourishment. the cnt, they drink. They" are Bcnsltiv They have their likes and dislikes, 'IV sleep, they wnke. They live In families They have their ancestors and their 'If scendants, their birth, their burial their cradle, their grave. The zephvr rocks the one and the storm digs the trench for the other. The cowslip nn,t leave its gold, the lily must leave a silver, the rose must leave its diamond necklace of morning dew. Dust t. dust. So we come up, so we prosper, ' spread abroad, we die, as the llowrr as the flower! ! tin-ai- r ARCTIC liAP LOCATION. Purlnu: tHIS Much I'ruurr r.inilc Ttivtnrila I'liiillnu .orth l'.ifp. V Hip ) Ice conditions Iu tiie arctic waters north of ISuropc have very rarely been vo favorable for u:vIgsMon ns they ere last Mimtner. It fortunately happened that a numlM-)- ' of exploring parties were in that legion, nud the remilt s a record nt unusual achievement. The prevailing west drift usually packs the Ice solidly against the enM coast of Spitsbergen, and it was only about '.M enrs ago that the world learned nt last something of the nature, nud contour of thnt coast. For three centuries whalers and neater had frequented ihoM- waters, but they rarel.v got within sight, of east Spitsbergen. It was not until Xordensklold led the Swedish ' pedition of 1S0S to those arctic Iklnnda const line took the that a place on the maps of the indefinite dotted line whieh merely demonstrated that little or uotJiltvg win known about e.x-well-detin- THE NEW METHOD 0E BLOOD PURIFYING. What the New Discovery in Medical Science Has Accomplished. The Prompt Way to Cure Yourself When Symptoms Show That Your Blood la Out Of Order. THE EMINENT SPECIALIST'S READERS OF it has been s "My blood is out of order. It needs purifying. I feel all used up. M.v nkln ueed n FREE OFFER TO ALL THIS PAPER. aid to the kidne) medical mMpiicc. For great many the ciutoni' for sick people to mj jear that is known to far-fame- d -l i I'n-de- deep-fetehe- d i p..-e- , I d thed-inro- f hjiw-evr- r 1 v iim-,- to-da- y d I d vv w.-- I I -- ( Three-quarter- I ? ! exp- i , 1 golden-handle- d : sepul-ehcr.- j.. ! I I Chris-tendo- n, I , forcon-gratulutlo- n I . nn-gel- - new-fangle- d wo-nu- pulpit.-iirooU- lyu J utes. The kidne) s .train or filter out the imI Swamp-Kno- t sold bv (ill dialer., iu purities of the blood thnt Isthelrwork. l'urifv lug vour Mood is not a iiics-- t tlftv rent orotic dollar hot tle. Make a n resort of arctic whaler, wa--s lun of taking a laxative or ph.vsic. Dr note of the name. SWA mnde. Then the expedition made its Does )our blood run through vour Kilmer's SwHinp-IIiiot- . nnd reiiirmlx-- r it wax to the King Charles island. olV l preHtred onl) by Dr. Kilmrr A Co., northeast Spitbrrgcn. the reports of bowel? What the doei is to Hinghaintnti. N. Y. whieh were thought to lie u whaler's The grent discover) Swamp-Hoohai vnrn till the journevs of .lohiien ami throw out the polions confined iu vour Nllsen in 1S7- - plueed them on the map. bowels ready for ah.orptlon into )our been tested Iu so tuna) wsvkIu hospital blood, but tho Msons whieh nrenfrrtiiy wotk. iu private prHrttce among the A large part of their coat. are still iu )our blood, canning .vour present helpless too KMjr to piirebmc relief, shown In dotted I nc. but the and h.i proved to nieocssful in ever) mups will represent Hhmii aMhcj really sicklies t (nirfi thtrt. There Ih no other way of purif) ng cntr that a tprelol nrrangemeitt Ikis ire. for Prof. Nnthorst has made of the three Island), and Iihh mapped y oil r blood e.xucpt b) meniisof .vour kid- breu made li.v which all rrai.Vrt of th Hipcr who have not nlread) tried it. them on the large iwle ut l.s miles to ne) s. r That Is why fall to do intiv hnve a mimple bnttlr nbolutr the inch. their work-th- ry fall to help the kldI) free b) mill. ANonbook Then the Antarctic stp.uneil about telling more about Swntup-ltoo- t nnd hundred in Her. further north to White ncv s. When )ou are sick. then, no nmtter containing Mime of the t houunds tioii Island, which will no longer be marked r thousand of tmtltnonlnl leltrr Nn!hort wlml vou think the name of vour "existence doubtful." In. the first thing ) on houh do is from men and wnnirn who owe found it to w a verv MibxluntiHl bit of arctic land, and dclermued its geo- to alTnrd aid In vour t kidne). b) usaig their good health. In fact, thrir verv Dr. Kilmer' Swnniv-lt(ithe great llrrt. to the wonderful curative prnn logical features. The nt iretic finally Kidney liemedv llrsiirr nnd men-lioertlrof Swamp-Hoot- , out two iiiulertnkil.Ks never carried In taking Swamp-Hoo- t von afTnrd this Mht when srndiutr vour tlir will be accomplished, and to Dr Kilmer ,v Co ILnghamtor, a.s most remarkable In view of natural help In nature, for Swamp-Kun- i i tin- iunl V h enter apif ri'iittr Y ice condition. She firM cirthe usual cumnavigated Northci t Land, one of llrr lironlalrni'x. "No," mI the llonton ilni, satheglstrd the Inrgrst Island of the Splt.bergcn SUFFRAGE A FAILURE. vTildl), thniUh'h her double ieft.uiiiu uuimprdrd through cc group, passing nor rn usually Tfcnt I H'hwt llir Urn Onl In Culrtrmtu tiflr. "I will never lend ntjr Hin'open strait, which ' tojrtKc by in) ilt nee, the wsntoa .nk. choked with Ice; and then she Think Sltiiul llir Wtininn' trr l luimlt.. binli. am lHttri r.ppiitcd t completely nrouml the cut re Spltbcr-gethe killuiK of llir.e f rittt.l irr. . IIIbIiK Yix. indessl. And hsvr ual tin i.ioit group, a fent that inav nut ue pertuttusi Totorado politician will, nlinont to lutntMJa (untuiil fur tlii'rillli wtrtiht I formed again for innnj vcjvrs. who Irml dogieil pj)diliou on it mnu. In private et.nversntliin declare or jtrolit Honsinr cruel Lilltng tkciHK .vt to, The (Serinuii the vl huti In Helgoland hImi pent some that womnii nuffrnge is a failure nud a. any farm l), the Mcniiicr ..... on .1... I.!... rl. .rl..a .ttlfll.lflfl mill fureo 'u our state, but one of I hem has A tlulisi Uuh rn areutul the hall. The "...wic .linn: i"h ..-N.jr .....t ,..,,i. ...... iiihmKci ihtust snd ItHiLisi iiUut htr. Theu ..r.r....i own ;v7lllIlIlu,Ii4 ... ... ... i....... long the nerve to Miy so over hi lil the tin ntd Iu the wmuaii tli4iiiiun, In the newspaper." Mr. K. the Oernian warship Olgn sk'ited "What the If shlrrT sUc toflly stretches of coasts ami pushed Into It. Orahatn, n leading bislurts man of inquurti. diuu. "I RUtM It's )our ha?, ' irphtd the cluir-innn n bay while investigating tlm Diirnugo, Col., to a Washington Post min. llhcrle.s prospects in Spit.beig( :i wa- reporter "My hat!" a.ps "As I do not atplre to office. Ihrre Is IIOHU with a Jml I.iuttiC , oiauu. ami tit ters. set Udrd clink. Mr. W. WVIImiin, ro rraton for Uuililltv on inv mrt. and Our count man. For lirt hi si. rtdurnetl wilh Hircc plutne. list- Iralhu. ami a Uigc blue I unliefiitattugl) declare that the l.ad the advantage of the Mine favorUe eland Plain Dealer. of giving the Imllnt to women able condition in hi Journej to Fran HI ship, tlie Frultjif. III Colorado hat bren as rank n piece I .Meliiimnr sTr, Him, Jo.ef Land. o of foolishness as any people rver In"Hit name it IVriy AlKvrnon, ' taid the landed him on th'v far northern r dicted upon themselves; It litis dour a girl hi the Seventh ttirct tar to her chum. on .lulj 27 with n month of ' Hut, then, it's kn.il o Mr. Jick-on'- s verv little good, jcrhnps. and a grent "I'rHi), ain't it still Iwfore him. toft like. too. don't think?' home, llnrniworth House, at deal more of harm, ntiri. though It may ' "Kind n', mmI i)ou other uul ' I die winter Ikon nevrr be repealed, there Is no possibilHill, or .Inn, or nnirthmit like that nij Cape, Floru. was taken down, packed ll. a Hill or .lW lei tl.it the bteamer nnd conveyed further ity of good coining out of It. The wom- watn't Never knewI hope I'rrvv AiKrrnt.n reliable. northcflAt to Cape TegethoJ. where it en claim that their pretence has made prove to lw nirt-- hut I think hu name When the Fridtjof the elections cleaner, but I contend dU'f'Il jsflmtl lulfi Itfi.imMt .1.. l.n " wns reerectod. hen rtnrtril home it was Wellman purpose thnt they appropriate credit that does a 'Icouple the other girl looked ttioiiRhllu: lor of block. imp in not lwlong to them. or. while Ihe to leave three men at this "Oh, Imt he tnid me," the tuildrn of a large part of his upplles, elections nre better conducted than ly, then, "that the men dnunsaid,the More charge at on formrrl). the Improvement, is due to eall him 'SimI ' " while he with eight men puaed "Then vou needn't worry," vvat the r .n about 100 iniks further north to Cap' tin- - Australian jtetn and not to the 4atory iepj. Hen all rtKht." and thus FHgelj. rami' 150 nautical inlie from women. It vv.it settled that Purey Alccrnon would to "The presener of women In conventhe north pole. Here lie propo-vdo. Washington Pot fcpend the w Inter, and as soon ns the ssm tion and iolitlenl meetings is to my Thuikini: iloetn't amount to much, at a on his j.iur-ne- mind degrnding to them. Surrounded nppears uc.xt spring to start rule, until n cut the pole, which he hope to leneh by n lot of coarse men whom they L. A. W. llnlittin. down into vour lundt. to would not rlernte or refine in u life In 50 dn.vs. if .11 tm- well there mov according time, the) nreentlrel) out of their ele- A GRAND LADY OF ILLINOIS. ly be a race for that elusive goal this ment. Their vole In no wn) conduces spring Iwtween Pear.v and Wellman. to better governmeni than If they weie Nil- I.iicinil.i 1'. ' hnmller, of( hicngo, Concerning the fortunes of Mr. I'e.ir.v's without the franchise, for the) vole on enterprise. It is known only that he was r.entliurnt. or follow the lend of their is the llouonible President of the Illi at the entrance to Smith sound on Au- husbands, and so tli oih result is to nois Woman s Press ssorl.'itlou. Hongust in last, that he had transferred his lnerene the nomhi r of voters. There orable President of the .socle') for tho Mores from the auxiliary steamer Hope nre thoiiMini! of gooil women in the to his exploring vrs.cl Windward, that state who nre tired of the husincxn nnd very much regret thnt the ballot wns he had on board CiOdogs and all the he needed, and was about to ever conferred on their "ex. start for Peary ehani.el. on the north BAKED BEANS TRAIN. const of Orccnlnnd. ev peeling to winI f good luck ter In that neighborhood. camp l about Aa Uip Tli n I Cnrrlro fxins of Thla attended him his winter I'ooit to i:xll-- l llo- miles nenrer the fole than a hundred wint it ti n nn. the spot where Wellman hoped to Capt. Sverdmp. bound for this ter. Your true Hostouluu who it forced of Penrj's. proposed camp on the 1, to eslst in New York has little tocom-fo- it Fmm. was at Upcrnhlk on August him In his exile, sovs the Chlecgo Pctirs posiabout 700 miles south of the month. N. V. Gironloln. tion on the 13th There is only one solace to his cup of Sun. blMerneas, and that Is his Sunday Tlir lpneoir llpnirily. col- morning brenkfnst. And ns he sits fells vou what." wild the old "I down complacently to this one meal of ored deacon, "de only way dey'll evei all the week which reminds him of bring dem dur PhiliNtlncs 'crosde home he offers up a fervent prn.verof t.Iay ter ter dey kmcv Ik- ter take en of thanksgiving for two mercies. One is thnt he is ntill n Hostoninu, and the dc lus' one er dem wid de jawbone way Samp-s,oother is for Ihe baked bonus train. a (Scorgia mulct Hat's de had ter do 'urn In de Hible day, en The baked beans train coiues rolll. Chandler, of Chicago, 111. dot's de way dey'll linve ter follcr now ing Into the (Irnnd Central depot In Promotion of Health; founder of the wnntK ter convert 'inn ter New York ever) Sundny morning nt ,.f dev I telliu' XunlU'd States. Min' whnt about six o'clock. It comes In every Mnrgurcth I'tiller Soeiet) for the Mudy other morning, to be sure., but only on of economies and (.ovrrnuicntH, niu' voul" Atlanta Constitution. . Stindu) does It possess nil) special sig- nlso President of the Chicago Moral In Mtiirlluir ticatlonul Society. Mrn. CliMpdler Is an Discerning Child (who hut heard ' nificance. There Is nlw.ivs an exoreiu nrdeut friend of and in writcar attached, but on week days it Is by hit. fathcr)-Are- you rome remarks ing to Dr. Ilartmtin on the subject she filled with a miscellaneous cargo. our new nurse? Not so on Stimln) mornings. Then stated n h follows: Nun Yes, Chicago, Jan. (5, ISO!). one of thow boya there l.s n jieuet ruling urninn, which "Well, then, I uiu Dear Doctor I mippose everyone that enmeH from stacks and stacks of freshwho can only be managed by kindncw, ly baked beans In nots. They nre con Ih confined to their deal; und not getting go you had better get some cake und signed to an enterprising ptirve.vor In the required amount of exercise, will, candy." Illustrated Afncriean. New York, who covern n regular route sooner or Inter, milTcr with catarrh of llaU lb IlPtter of It. with a number of delivery wntrons. the stomach and indigestion. I know is a montj Cora Pauline iu smarter than you, Within two hours after the train come by experience that new iu the contents of Ihe express car have excellent remedy for these complaint). my dear. She can accompany the It has relieved me, nnd several of my, tenor on tho piano.I can nccompany been distributed. I'erdita Yes, but The Saturday night, run nut of Hos- - friends have used It with filename watia. him on my blcyde.-- N. 0. TlmewUeiu. ton in known among the tralr. hands aa factory results. Yours very rcitprcU " fully, Luciada II. Cu.iniltcv. the baked beam. run. ocrat. w MP-HOO- nst Spibergen. This j ear the mm to the east anil lorth was elenr of nnj lee formidable -- nough to prove a lurrler. The south nd west shores of the archipelago are Here ilway.s ice free in Milliliter. was an uurqiialed opportunity, and no nrller explorers have ever madesuehu 'ivnnl in Splt.bergcn watois as that if the Swedish expedition Inst summer :nmurumlcd b. Prof. A. 0. Nnthorst. First, his steamer, the Antarctic, topped for IS dnvs nt Hear island, vherc a minute survey of this well-sno- clearing. My brain feels tired." They are right, but do they net right? They general!) go and get a laxative (bowel elcst.er) to purif) their blood. Does their blood run through their bowels'.' Science ha furnished proofs that all the purif) lug that )our blood need. In fact, all thnt can be done, must be done b) )our kldncv. All the blood in )our bod) pusses through )our kidue.vs ever) three minto-da- y Dr. Kilmer the rmiurnt phynlcian and tpecinllst, has attJiiuedi.i teputntlon through the discover) and marvelo.tii suecesk of Swamp-Hoo- t iu purlf)ing the blood, and thereby curing chronic nnd dmigerou dleaes, caused b) sick kidue.vs, of which some of tle s) niptoms are givrn below. Pnlu or dull nche In the back or head, rheuinntlmn. neurnlgln. iitTvotisiie. di..iuess. irregular henrt. lreplr-nescomplexion, pimple, Mallow blotches, skin troubles, drop), irrit.i-billlloss of nmbitlnn. obllgid to pats water Often during the dh). ami to grt itpnmii) times at night, nnd nil form of kid nr). bladder ami uric acid Iron bit s, ). bowel-cleane- r t m-- ur-v- e. I hnwel-elenne- M-- nt-pal- ills-rai- e bo-frr- -e . n ed -s - ! 1 n lm-llo- I -- .. v,,-.i,- ... tit;-natu- I ' - u-- I arelu-pekignun-me- i . - j . , I d y - os " I re-"i- on - n dij HlK-H- I dc-.'ir- . I I'e-rti-i- I i Jr THE PRESENT ISSUES. rrolrvllon nmi .Monopoly Are to llf I'kiikIiI (lie hnnir it a In I Mill. The text of Mr. Itr(iHH letter vwltten ember. JMj7, and niiulo public by the .New York Veuliet, Ih very Intercut uk Jinked, It nitty bo ilfHurlbi'd iik iiii rdio of the Mltimtloii. iiltboiij,'li It wih written iiyrartunl it lmlf ni;o. It fulld, uh It were, pat to tliu oiciihIoii. Iu tbo course of IiIh ronini lot, Mr. Dry an b.sjH that Vi'iil.H liuvo fenced certain Into tliu foreground, and Ihu pro- Ic lint nady to not upon them," and lir t dels. -- Jo Invito them to )iiKHoer i rjurjttUaiM and tnko tl tip now ones, will biMiconfiMloii tliat uowcrouroiiL' I., t fall, and wcnl.cn tho foreo of our urhti"niiti!" This U Jimt uh truo now us It vwih when Mr. Ilraii wrote It, and the follow nif; dcM'rllu'H tlie neecwdtlc of tlio hour from tint parly point of n w nmipt.-- . as it did year and a half ell .Vov itn-hen- t nt ing to tho front Issues on which democrats are dMdul, and which InUea ory remote bearing, If any, on thoeverjday affairs of tho American people? TJioio aro uomo questions which tho people thoinsehos setths without going through tho formality of a campaign, and wo think It Is safe louimbcr with theso some, If not nil, of thelssucsgrow-Itt- g out of tho war with Spain. The party will make u great mistake if It goes Into tho campaign next year with its Itnl issues handicapped by these new questions on which democrats are not by miy means united. There will bo a tremendous effort made on the part of a handful of gold demooralH to switch tho party awny from the Chicago platform, but as these efforts will be practically confined to newspapois that are Inimical to democratic principles, mid to states normally republican, no harm will be done unless theilemoctntn themselves fall Into the trap which has been set for them. MONEY AND TRADE. his UInsM will bring n fabulous price. It will bo souidit ns ingnh by piognssive publishers as HoHtctters Stomach Millets is by nil who milftr from stomach ills of any nature. Xo tauttir whetlur it ho indigestion, cuiixtmution, biliousness, n rvnusnesn. still)-bor- n Tho flrt Klpllnu's Ootid Luck. story that Kipling vvritts nfter , rr g ri wr . . . .. - Ihtwrs will cure it. itisun iiticMiiiid spring medium1, tiiring anil milatiit, fevirnntl dime, and all ills resulting fiotn u run down sy stem. Stoinncli pre-viutt- livir or overworked kidneys, Uostet-ttr- 'i A The vvomnn did not bctievc In the occult. "Now, I propoe to but tins clnirvoy-nut,- " she wns siyitig. "I nhall send her ft lock of my hair, as she iluect, with ome ciiu at inn which nobody hut tnjfelf can pos nbly annvvtr. Let me see, what can 1 auk T"l. rO 'Ml M 'Ml Ml Ml JM m rJk W Mr&wJZ-tmni- iii i.. -- s . -- r - - re w y 1 1 ,mm BMrzsjmmy .' Teyj '-- Z ) ss r!w m tw w . swwv j" 'M m vs-k- v r & r1 ji rt - WV her" The mnn laughed hoarsely. "Ak her what is tlic real color of the hair!" he urged. Detroit Journal. Wc offer One llundied Dollars Howard fornny caceof Cnlaiih thnt tjiiunl bcturid by IIjiU'h I'at.rih Cute. How's 'inuf g.UH." ll far the most inuuicutouH outcome c f tl e ri.jrn of pliitociiiev liiiiiif-iiiiitcby thi. rcpiililteaiiK U to be found In the than diwdcd, when the ncM battle tiro tr.Nliif,' to eivcr-- t rdffn of plutocracy iiitiiif;u-- i itctl b Iiii re publican party will have to do tlic bent they can, ouch following Inn own judgment, and I tniht that our force: mav Im eoueentnitcd upon certain ii forum held In common, rather i litiM-ulio y. "1 rtw tin" the Trice of llr I unit All CiinilMo'll- West niter Control of llip 'n ill III 1 1 P. .). Cheney K Co , 1'iops., Toledo O. We, tho uiiik'iiiifil, lmve known 1' .1, Cheney for Umlaut lfi tars, ntitl believe liim perfiitlv honorable in all liiisiiiess tntnsac tions and fiiinneiall able to cutty out any oiMiiriiiimiH tiiniie ny inur linn. Jeiln. n 1 . be-- lovvtli mid development of the truxtn, mid, mi fur m. the v.rlfiiro of the pe'oplo it t oik i rued, tliU I rmtt growth inn very gri ul isMiir To tllhciirM It U to (Uncus hi .irt, If not in whole, tho very great- t of all the Ihmiich bofom tint people, wl.i Ii i the inonej ipicMiou, vviltcn Clark .Stowcll In the Atlanta 1'otintitii-tiuii- . We lcllcc that no political htu-i- h lit now toiitcmU that the tarltl Is for the growth of triiHts. 'lh.it view- may lie- held by eilltom In Ohio or Indiana, but it lias Wen practical!,) dixeunU'd by thoughtful men klnee ifccnt event hne hIicmvii that the tnr-it- T Iiiim no MishibIe fleet jii prices. To-- n iv the wool indiiatr.v, which w iin t ch-J'- ci "luken care of" the Oinglfy worm condition than iiiiv other p.iKlucthe in t r iu thocoiiti-trIt fi. very clear, llierefore, tho growth of truxtn Ih due to Uie fact that the gieat bulk of the available money of the loiiiitiy Im coucenti'iiteil in a few liiiiiil. 'leu mew iu Now York control ul lite luiMirtmit rallw:iK in the country , one linn will mnhi control the coal Mipply of the cunt; a great hanking frin with international coum ctloiik has "llwaiiccd" more thiui half of the trout and coiuIiIiich thnthnvn In'cii formed during the .i5t IS moutliH. A we have nld many tlwieM before, tint growth of iruwtH Ih due to the reduction of the mouc.v Niipply which hn followed thedrmnnetlatloii of allvcr. The. Iw.ruie in the gold supply, which our mint dlriclor hnvit exploited with so wanj nourishes, has either beep pock--- ! I.v dm ixulil s nilloiltra, or It lins gone into the arts. At nny rale, it has h.id no apprcriable etrect (Ml prices. It Is bile to l.i y tho blame of trust building to thine who cubage in it. The indb TIIE TRUSTS RULE i.il linns K'( into it not niereh to inert tse tl.eir pmllts, but as n inatlcrof Itulu fur I hf I'riiplr HI llronlf from st If mice! ion Once in. they no longer (In- - Trillin ili uf Xlnnu- hate to !!e;lil npnlioit the competition of iltiils More than thnt. If they need iiioni to e.itry on thuir Inihliiess, they Independent enterprises are being t.o not hnvc to pay costly discount to crushed out of existence by the trusts. the local iHitiks, tlu-- aio nblo to Small business concerns must go to the at h.w ratitH fioui the institution wall and labor must accept the dole of Which Ii:ih ' iluanifd" tho combination charity or starve If the reign of the to which they belong. The Constitu trusts Is allowed to continue. tion expressed its surprise In li'JT that Some republican editors are beginmore trusts had r.ot Imtu formed, all ning to recognise the danger which i!m for them, it threatens tlic people from the operathe conditions scrum lliot they were then In contem- tions of the combines, but tho repubwhlcii lican party is bound hand and foot by plation by the utj plut(H-iae"JliiniiPcil" the republican party In IhOfl, the trusts and protests are unavailing uml they blossomed out igonwis1y In The Springfield (Mass ) Itepublican tiie latter part of IMS. In the first two sees the condition of affairs and commouths of tho present enr thry hne ments as follows: stirjiassed nil expectation. Thirty or "Wlist of ths Kenrrsl Industrial effect of forty industrial coitihlnatlonshacbccii thls Kvery trust thnt has been form4 has soma formed, with capital amount lug too eru cIdk-- labor, f sctortes and dlpclinrited soma and Tvsirn billion of dollars. Some of our esteemed a baneful innucnen or have talked of It as consolidation ana i'onteuiHiraries who hate aided to tnoi)Oi-olAnd what, then, of the trust bring about a state of aiTairs which w lirn It begins to add commercial traveler nrtny of tho unemployed, and then They are wow Inclined to resent, solace to tho salaried or commlsMon othor act tits, and thomsehrs with tho belief, real or pre- then inerehajitu atuutiK tlio very s of th exWtlni; Industrial and roclnl tended, that this great trust mowment Is n bubble which Inbound to burst with fabric ?' This question contains Its own ana crash. 'Hie truth Is, (hat, while some of tlin combines may be on an Insecure swer. When the mainstays of the exfooting, tho great body of themnteas isting social fabric are added to the solid as tint gold standard itself, are army of the unemployed the social based on its operations, and are direct fabric will tumble to fragments and results of tho conditions which that commercial chaos will follow. Kuin foi the people will lie the restandard Imposes on geiieial business Tills being so, what are the people pil- sult of the complete triumph of the. ing to do about It V What areilemoeiats trusts, and with this disaster will comu going to do about it? Trust expansion the destruction of the combines. The is a definite part of the money question democrats wish to prevent this sort of Is the diriet and ine liable result of revolution, but the republicans lire dothe gold standard, which places eiery ing all In their power to bring it to b.isiucss mid Industrial euterptise In pass- - Chicago Democrat the coiititrj completely at the ineicy of rinilinir Out Sonic Tiling. those who control the .unliable supply The war Inquiry bnntd is finding out of gold So far as this money (uestlou n lot of things that It did not bargain is coueerutd, the paitj Is practically u for win u It began its journey lugs from unit Those who favor the gold stand- Washington It was thought that in ard are so iusigulllinnt as to numbers the vicinity of the packing houses the mid influence that they lime tin Inllii testimony as to the excellence of the i nee whateicr Iu the councils n1 the bicf would prcpoudi rate lint light p.irty ruder these oil eutistnnco, unci under the very eaves of these houcu with the rapid pi ogress of tnisl expan- come witnesses, bearing ceitiiicates of sion menacing the Interests of the peofrom the packers themselves ple, would 1t not be a dangerous piece of vhanietei who testify thnt the incut c.iiiued foi folly for l lie organization t overshad- the soldiers vvus so hud that it burst ow tills gn-issmt with others on the cms. and filled the ears with such which it Islrj uo means a unit? It is iwve n hinrlble odor that ammunlu had to bo 's,siry to tlie Iniresls of tho people used In huge quantities in enable work-m- i that all who arc 'opposed to plutocracy, u to uppioach the ftulT to handle it. nil who ureOppoed to the aggressions meat thnt Alger of monopoly, all of w limn are opposed to That ivas tho hind uf (ieneral JJagan ami CommisiMry trust expansion, nil who tire opiosel to thought lit for American soldleis who the Ktamlutil.ull who bcllcM' in the left homes and occupations to sustain vital piluclplew of .(efTersonlan democ-nicca Observer. the honor of llie should gather under one banner mid present a nutted float against tho good of the taxpayers toput It U corrupt and corrupting agent, of the up and furnish a government, plutocrats, the republican poity. Cnn ship for Mr. Alger to ciulso about Cubu thhubo done by taking up new Issues in search of private Investments. Jlla anil oi shadowing (hose which are nrvlces to the country as secretary of most lull and Insistent, and which war have been so distinguished for perinofct rtlirclly iiirccl the domrslic Inter-tfidy, partUnnship and incompetency, of our people? Would It not be the that he Is deterring of Just sucli a Jun-- ) Ptirt of folly to overshndow the money t. America :ilvva glories U her auenllon amJ currency reform by bring heroeg. Kunsa City Times. willy Uy t.intT Iu In n 1 11 y What l& involved In the control of the money of a country? Whatpowtr does the possessor of that right wield? .James A. fiarlleld slmpU. reduced to principle of an axiom a "Whoever economics when ho said: has control of the moncv of a country litis absolute control of Its trade and commerce." So that the question of free silver and the Issue of Involves the control of the trade ami commerce of the countiy. does it? Do jnti know of miy "reform which would benellt" the 75.000.000 Americans so much us would the taking of tin control of their trade and comi, merce out of the hands of the citizens of alien and competitive nations, mid placing It in their own Iiii nils? Hut iu controlling the inonev how can they control the trade and commerce? Simply by making moiicj plcntv. or b.v making it scarce! The.v can Ikmic $50 per eaplSa, and Inaugurate a boom ami mi em of wild speculation, and can suddenly contract it to $17 and brauknipt hundreds of W had an Illustration of thousand that once. We hod $50 per capita at the close of 1G7. and wo hud $17 per capita when 1H73 was itshcnd in. The government did It then, for the government thru had rontrol of the money. Hut the government did it all nt the dictation of the men who are now asking us to give them the same power the gov rr n me tit then hnd. Whoever controls the amount of money in clrcula-tlo- e can lit the price of labor, and every product of lalsir; for the price. of labor, as well n of ull commodities, Is determined by the amount of money then Is to exchange for It. If there were but 1.000 biuhels of wheat In the market, and but $500 to invest in it, It mint scllorSOeents per bushel. Extend this principle to as mnny articles and as much money lis vou it holds gnn'd, for It is u law well-know- DrusuiKts. Toleilo. O. A, Tiuax, Wholesale Druggists, To- (). Wauling, Kintinu L Marvin, Wholesale ettnii directly upon the blood and mucous iirfmcs of tin svslem I'rue i.le. per not l'estmionials tie. Sold hv nil DrucBists. Hall's Catarrh Cure fit taken internally, Hall's rnmily 1'ills are the best. dots the Ktving of an cimrald to a vounp lailv mean thnt the River has forsaken Iit? Ilcr I'.ipa N'o, dear. It tntans that he Ins forsaken the emerald. ilcvvelcra' Wwkly. in. Ktmn- Cmufnrl fur Hie Itrriident. a- Papa, if prien meant forsaken, gree"n-lsiek- s Oh Tli nl Ci t seed itoths-ehlhl- l.rM' Sal;er' Sew American Cut tins out and nd 15c for anv of above jMckaire. or send 30c and eet nil .1 pktfH and en it Catalogue free to.TOHX ColTee pkir Chit ory 15e hut le per lb. to biovv. Salzer has the (.Vrtnati loflee Herry.jikg I5e, Java mil llollclous rmTert m mm a. SAi.zr.it sr.nn co Jmllelitua u crone. Wi.k. tti tebENfiOMBINATfoT n remedy, Syrup of Figs, manufactured npIIH pleasant method and beneficial effects of the by the California Fig Syrup Company, illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxative principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting them in the form most refreshing to the taste and acceotable to the system. It is the one perfect strengthening laxative, well-know- The Cliliicse call thttr dowagtr empre the itioKt Isautiful woman in the world. The) know thnn not to. Munphis CotutiK rtial Appeal. e Vuu C'mi tirl Allru's I l'l(KI Write fi.iliii to Allen S Olmsted, le ltov, N. Y. , lor a I'KIX sample or Allen s Coot IIhs-ii powder to sliako Into your shoes. It cures chllblullis, unciitinp, damp, swollen, luluiiK fict. It makes tleht sIhich easv Cures Coins. Ilnnlons uml luci owing Nulls. Aililmeglstiviiiiilshoestoivssellit 'i'i cents. Plnlterj. bttr uot-IUm- CLEANSING THE SYSTEM EFFECTUALLY, DISPELLING COLDS AND HEADACHES, PREVENTING FEVERS, OVERCOMING HABITUAL CONSTIPATION PERMANENTLY. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and substance, and its acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels, gently yet promptly, without weakening or irritating them, make it the ideal laxative. In the process of manufacturing figs are used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but THE MEDICINAL QUALITIES ARE OBTAINED FROM SENNA AND OTHER AROMATIC PLANTS, by a method known to the California Fig Syrup Company only. In order to get its beneficial effects, and to avoid imitations, please remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of every package. .MIk. When the ipictn rtpint completed the ratification of the treat it was a good (ign for Spain. Clevi land leader. A Gu.mI The Ural I'rrKcrlpt ton for Chills. ntid Kevcr Is a Isittlc of Gjiovk's Tasteless Cm i i.i. Tonic. It N simply iron and quinlno In tnsteless form No euro no pay. PriL,o,.10c, She may-an- Consumers of the choicest products of modern commerce purchase at about the same price that others "You know it ii a woman's priv-llU'- e to thaiiRe htr mind." He "I know pay for cheap and worthless imitations. To come into universal demand and to be everywhere considered it ii; but when a man changis his the best of its class, an article must be capable of satisfying the wants and tastes of the best informed he has to pa damages." fcpari Moiatnts. purchasers. The California Fig Syrup Company having met with the highest success in the manufacture To Cure n Cold in One liny trjitl .sale of its excellent liquid laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs, it has become important to all to have a Take laxative Ilromo Quinine Tablets. All kWvledge of the Company and its product. The California Fig Syrup Company was organized more than uruRguta refund monej if it fnils to cure. 25c. fiWirycnrs ago, for the special purpose of manufacturing and selling n laxative remedy which would be A book is never quite satiifactory to a The great value of the woman miles us conclusion Iibtci the more pleasant to the taste and more beneficial in effect than any other known. heroine in the hero's arms. Atchison remedy, as a medicinal agent and of the Company's efforts, is attested by the sale of millions of .bottles Globe. ( V tllt. Cliiimstrv has done many thine for man SRUi of kind, but the discoveries in 1891 that led to will assist tho manufacturing of Putnam Fadeless Dyes was the manttr stroke. With Ohm improved Dts, tottou, wool or silk can 1m dytdwiiu one ocratiori fu half the tune and with h- - labor than with any other. " " annually, and by the high approval of most eminent physicians. As the true and genuine remedy named Figs is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Company only, the knowledge of that fact in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. ' L. y lxir-lo- w (la.) Democrat. is funny how little it takes to mak. mne nnn do iman tilings. Wahmgtoi. It (AUP3RNIA JTG 5YRVF Q wiii,1For - lortif) I'trble Luiirs Apint Winttr with Hale's llouev of Hoiihound and 'l'nr Pike's Toothithe Drops ('lire in one minute feeina quisr that an inttlliuence office should supply stupid Chicago Dad News. It Sale by All Drus?giste snJ2e 50$ Per Bottle. Price fs-vomc,vCt- , y I'lfo's Cure is the medicine to break up children's CoiiRhs and Colds Mm. M. (.. Hlunt, Sprauue, Warh., March 8, '01. Ulobe. tliunsclus as others Jacobs Oil It ii a pity amateur actors can't see see them. Atchison there J Se tilled it. A bad sprain (liobe.' ivnmA turcd; uml St --- Till fltllv ililtir oIdcr.-Atch- i.on iusnlA .). :. ' "" .. " '" k'"" main-stov- It cured my aches. cobs Oil makes no mintakcs. m Ijwsaki-s- . St. Ja- If a man is as timid as a hare, he ought to die jtamc Chicago Daily Newt. t'rue and fret! Why! iures Xtural.gta. SootLes it down. St. Jacobs Oil THE MARKETS. Cattle common. JJ UJ Select butchers 4 J CAI.i:- - l'tilr to poot Unlit (IM 11CX; Coarse and hearj Mlietl tucker,... Llirhl tilpicr JOi .1 TS SHI.M'- - Choice . 7Ni ..... TOCIv ClSCINNATl.Aprl.-- dt UL U dO fl JS (. 3 SJ 3 10 7 10 7ft ) i."i 4 4 W "... l'l.Ol'Is-U.'lnterfn- ill' it (it. fe Ci& 4t 3 (rill OKA IN Wliful.-No.2te.Ml areil ( d new S llU'lTKlt-Cliolcedn- lrv PAY l'r nix lo ho'cc PIIO IMOSfc-MesspI. ml.... ork.. ltv ).n. ornNo. No No .' S . mixed .. ra 7 i 7 "4 3Mi an it cTJi co Ctl ' i"' S & .vis m !. COHJ No " No J t 1'OHK- - Mess l.A It 1 steam lil.INVhentNo i red.... jnileuBospriiur , . rLOflt Winter lutein . m choice rroiimerr,. AIMl.r.. Ciintco to lane) PO'JA10l-lVr . bu CIIICAOO i 00 (TV ft (. 1 f'i m. S3 t 10 ing to deceive you. VD IN OFFERING something no nos dour nt sheao and tries to sell on AL.ADASTINE'8 ho niny not realize the clnmaRe you will suffer by a kalBomlno on our walls. EXSinLR dealers will not buy a lawsuit. Dealer risk ono bv selllnK and consumers bj usins Infringement AlabaMlne Co. own right to make wall coating to mix with col J water. HK INTERIOR WALLS of every schoolhouse should be coated only with pure, durable Al.AHASTINE. It safeRuariN health. Hundieds of toiiB aro used annually for this wor!;. N IUTVING of animal Blue. AI.ABA3-TIXnot a kaliomlne. EWArtE of tho dealer who says ho cam sell you the "same thing" as AL.AI1ASTINE or 'soniethlnfr Just as good " Uo rcrnnuenilr turn all Is either not posted or Is trySmluinrt kln DUpakei K IiADASTINn Is tho orlKlnal ond only durublo wall coating, entirely different from all Rend" for use In white or twelve beautiful tints by adJlnjf cold water. ADIKS naturally prefer s, for walls and because tt Is pure, clenn, durables I'm up In drv powpackd dered form. In ages, with full directions. LL. kalsomtnes are cheap, temporary preparations made from whltliiir. clinlks, cas. etc., and stuck on walls wlUi cell-Inufive-poun- I g GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM CLEANLINESS AND "THRIFT IS A GOOD REVENUE." g S icccetxciicxiei-4nf4ceieem1000s UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIALS SAY v V SAPOLIO i Is Itcnloe. . liurnlmt. Hcalor,urn sail iineum r.cChlltilelnt. l'lles, llurn. .Ilabj lema. cnlit ilumor Damtrutr. Ilcblny Scalp. l"alilnK vllilr makliij: It tott. Milky, and 1. murium) All laret Kruptlona Irrcxluclrs a oft. C'lfar, llrautlful Skin mill Compicxlonl It cfintatna uo Irad Sulphur Canlharlilrs or .infilling Injurious. make St An vaij crral ullrr I.idf rantim'li Cnplllarli to V:i a dar Druirirlita or mall ." T. II I I.I. Manufartnrlnir Co N V Aildr' til Ml rel ii iwiir"!eSpfl trr' mmaj ' (Ihlcke-nlnaan- vt V usyjtEl Send your address on a postal and we will send you our 158 page lllus iraieu catalogue tree. MAMU'lKMl. .1st., WE CAN'T MAKE 1I.F.N ItlDllI .. J. 3 knowho to. Wc Is the bat that can be can make poorrr and cheaper ink, made. It costs jou no more than the poorest. but wc won't. Junny booklet "How to Make Ink Picture "Iree. we Uo anrlKtlcrlnkthan GARTER'S INK j i Or vvr don't MtrtHiiNU rmius uu,, JJ 180 Winchester Ave., HEW HA VIW.COHH. niNuntsitK L. ......... n.n...... ..... - i J - j ftnnoNio VURUI. aw j-jt I .ONRTIPATION to Koiiulnr IloweU nre ls-nt!aMllll Alld HYI1KM t'o.Iloi ICl.lletlln.VVli. l MED- CARTER'S INK CO.. Boston, Mas. that packages are nroperlv avc-puuutt sec nil gOOO BiCYCLES 3M s.7 .. t 71 ii it Ut. SCO 7 7u a Ueware of l.irs'e foitr-IMiupackage lipat ka olfcred to custoi ers us (.ackdEe. As Black ki p U) 5 id r.I.'?.U,h WHhAT OA'- NKW YOUIC V.1"'01" Nn. Jred a ft (l nil V7tj p 0 r. .Ul, iS' IQN NaS mixed kyi:- l'OKK-Ne- ,w l''iL 5 7J fl4C0 IP.VIl N'J 4J. l- Mixed - i.aih' wesiern,,,, .MeaK... .. S05 ftlO iir. u b d y, flag.-Dli- 1'I.OfK- I'nmttj UKAlN Wlirut. Xo Srid southcra.. Corn Mtxtd Onts No. S white lije Xo. 2 western lrst CAT1 ijuallty UK-Pn 110ejsj--esler- HAT.TI.MOUU. 3 50 33 ii ity . WSANCE of wall pnnor la o-Vt viatcd bv AKAI.ASTINE can bo used on plastered wa'.ls. wood cellltiKH. brkk or can-ya- r. A child cnn brush It on. it docs not rub or scale off. STARLISHED In favor Shun all Imitations. Ask pulut deu.-- r ordruRKlst for tint card. Write for "Alabnsttno Era." free, to AliARABTINK CO., Grand Huplds. Michigan. ' YourJH YourWhiskers as sw DYE Co Dye, Buckingham's ,Nnhua,N.R it eti diucsittioi 50 of A Natural Black with R.P.Hall t(btt.,Ultl..ltluiu.. .u..k.l. . 'n n4it. I7,ftt, IL1J.. A.m., I. ...K . . n a.nn tc.up.xkHi i.i.troim ui. Km. .1 irvS7p5ui.i P. A MEAD & PRTNTISS, Chlcaso, IIK WW, v J Itlkl 1 SfiMuuu "m auuicLs, KUaranUKHl, SU.75 t 9IU. snopworus foe und liand wbeelt, irooil aa new, 83 tq tu. Clrrit faetorV tleartog al. V iklp u ., ca )ptoil Ml rim.Binvnie U (lkMt Uti, , 0 a & Slid fc 7 :tt 4 MAINE" STEEL. ItKAIlKHS OK THIS IWI'KK TO 1IUV ASY111I.N0 AIiVIUl'llsUI) I.N ITS COLUMNS blI0Ll.ll INSIST l l'O.N HAVING WIIAT'IHKY Abli 1011, UI.'lUblNO ALLUUsTirUTKS Oil IMITATIONS. iii.siiii.no LIVE ST06K INDIANAPOLIS. GKAlN-waeat-- Xo. 440 di Uel (J) ro w no '.V (0 0 S. GOVERNMENT OKRTIFIOATB lllla Drwrjr 0l,e uf actual lUltlt,MpUiucltrl liikinall uuvrnli and .atrli urci l'uckel plrtn ul, wptili eharm 10c. Ollit i ilr.lk-nZm Iu II 00 Wo will furnish duplicates of LIVE STOCK CUTS or anj other Cut shown In anj .spco Unen Book, at or below quoted prhes for same. S CornNo Oau-Nu. UKAIN-whcut-- No. S i LOLT1SVII.I.I.' Snd , I mixed mixed ii it (n tilP 1) U Coic POKK-M- ess LAiiD-ste- aui Nixed 7j 3. W Xjl BtOOD MAKE lV lhvUewiy t4 llutipoli natilirf niadeor iciild, illin, unj oil dlitd "Maine' Xrrl art- - mar eloualy Seautlful TlioSamp 'fill On liollar antl SMinprun Two Dollar ntrlirf arc ilir inailiiiuitt of vain Srud fur liaokintc Jovkkiiit ;knrH, SO Sim IU Slml. kN HUMS. VV lAAMTm I'cople tolparo telcpraphnoperatoriln iKieket liiilruuiont. nnll I LU douund l'arne r full lnHnicllon,liT rmulrtnu no Pallerr, with book Una N Cleveland, O. luiUSOc. McirM Noveltr Co Weak7lcllc"a,.e. m ?lrklr. ole " uniLUnCM ctillitientToiilr A ltd rem Ilvaela Medlclur Co.. I. O. Ux 1S1, Merlin. Wla. riuit; WHlBf ail tl HHR. BssttuiibHjrup. Tataa6oud. in lima, sold 333V. Finii Ht Cliiclimatl, U. hPnDGVW DIOVERY; sives mJWWJr O I uli.l(rellrrandeureiv.uril cattt. Houk of tetlmonuu and lo cJuia Free. I A.N. KELL000 NEWSPAPER CO., PH. II. H.usskN'sSb3ls,Hoii,Allaau,(.a. treat-aae- ut wasKSfmmEM tr arusgi'ia. Uao Our Prmnlr Heaulutur, s PEEOTlUrvela.MrtllclDrullorlla.W. APE URE. and luteal for All of Womeu j, Sj RC X Are Hurt. Ikiwn. I)e-nCUBlOODIptlliatecl' AH.1 lllil.ll MklJlll.M CO f.O. ltui ioi, Ueiiiii, Wis. A. tl. K.- -E 17BB WUK.V WUITI.NU TO AUVEKiiHEM pleaaci (tale that yan uw Ua AavrU(M meat la thl patr. 7 ' v . . I r5 -J . - -- v- Jya lifPsra'3 Putlin' On " i THE HICKMAN COURIER, LOCAL NEWS. Uhas Uurliti arrived Wednesday fiom Nashville. Everybody is auxiotn for spriiiL' weather to open, even the fisherman. ibbo. Bob Tyler returned from Nashville Wednesday, briiipiiiK a ronplo of tlno horse1 home with him. Wo learn that he p.dd fcdOO for one of them. We learn that Mr. A. J. Graham, n Council Proceeding. Hickman Kt, April 3. 1899 Council met in regular session Present, Mayor Dillon; Conncllmen. E H" Tliorapion nnd Sniln Meen, Wparn, Tlir in I nil l rs of the list meeting wf,e rend, approved aud signed. The follonliif Accounts wero prromtrt. properly approved, erhleh on motion wereillpeil Mid checks ordered iMued for tlto Kiiiutiutfl ' l, L V k XV, S Ellison, for lumW. nails, Sc, for Kt rest work i 8160 10 60 C. F. Itoen. for hauling K 10 J .1 Nnonon, dieting prisoners, 3 00 John Wilson, aiicndlng lights, it. I'.ljlrr fur I lie Fidelity and Caiisuslitv I ii a. Co , for Insur1H) 00 ance on XV, and E L. Ilollers, XV U MoCuichen, (!. C for pay tolls from Feb 11 to April 1, 45 20 inclusive, A O. Curuihers, for repair on lfiOO CPy IU1I more room. Tom Dillon, jr , City Marshal, fittl wnli C'iiy Cl'rk, l'rtaaurer't moelpif for J841.3D, mnoiint due from him m (j'1 (or liaUuc 8'J3 Issei, fines, &b at yt lomni with him for thnt year, set p5 2t)j City lloeord Hook. The Sup'l. W. and E. lights for Ibe month of March, reports as follow) To hal in ireMurr, Mtrch 1, "I 71 "unit collected during month, 2lSbo OOLLCOK BO St) ACCOUNT. tieorgv Warren. Am'i on hand Jan. Iteo'd front Collegs 4h, 1808, Tresiurer, $ 10 00 2 r54 3d InckMAN, fcY., Friday, . : : . . april t, : lly 21 II nds pniil, Interest psid on bonds, WATKB . 2.604 30 2.100.00 401.30 2 60130 110NU ACCOUNT. ADD I.KIUT ron uoykkvor WAT. HARDIN. Sttito Convention. i Am't on baud Jan. 4 It 1803, Iteo'd from Hickman hank, Kee'd from F & M. Nt Hunk, Hto'd from City Marshal, Uies, Ily Int. p'd Sopl. '97 coup Int. paid March '08 coup, hit paid Kept '98 coup. Exchange ptld on draft, Freight paid ou pump, Dal on hand 720 00 202.60 2fifi 50 2.H23 25 Style won't do without you have tho correct thing in the way of a turnout. Subject to tho action of the Democratic il In Cheap School Books. ..il l. One Trust follows another bo they fasten Vapidly theae daya.-ani- l 'their hooks 'so Iiiwi(liouly nn n 'product, that 'the people of Ken 'tneky should look ahari when Lse. dealing with this 'question. The uuu H. P. Remley hits decided to re'mnn who shouts loudest, "stop sume the practice of law, aud Is back in thief," rs'iiW alwayH the tnost lioni his former otllce, Holcombo building. est man. This does not nienn that ' He is thoroughly trustworthy, and will Rivoolo&o attention to business entrust'no effort should be tinide to get ed to him. 'cheaper school boofcs, but it does A E Brevard, of tliU county, is on jury, iu P.iducah. !:ii pan that the people Bhonld not j the Federal It is only recently that the law lias been yield implicit oontldenee to every so ch.iiiicl that like Arch, were jwrinitted Total inn it shouting against the Sctiool By nuit. pd. out In March to serve on juries In U. ti. courts. Book Trust. d promiuent fanner ana worthy citizen of thi-- eoimty, near Jordau, died Wednesday oMust week. No particular. Mr. B. B. Sander liaa moved his faimlr into horthe recently occupied by Mrs. J A. Wilson, and Mis. WiUon has moved Into thchonso lately occupied by Ed. Meyer. Tho river Is falling at Hickmau, and yesterday all tho upper river reported fullinir. This should indicate continued fall here, but chanters have been so disappointing that prediction Is 53 503 25 720 00 9im 00 87 00 ICO 73 6S 2 605 18 $1,003 07 From the abovt staterasnl it will be ern that there was on 1, 4lli day of January, 1899, cash in lb Irtaaury to credit of Oeneral Fund account, 808 68 Water and Light Hoiul account, 1,003 07 City Hall ltoad uccouut, 24.39 1 Jan. 4 1899, j IF YOU WANT Total cash nn hand, $133001 There has been paid out In 189.1 for liabilities crvalcd previous to that yetr; Water works tunnel debt. $1,120 70 Austin Mfg Co' note and ini 87 83 4H City checks of 1897 ouisiaudiur, 2-- AN ELEGANT BUGGY Fcrvicu. $1,470.01 J ,'s" (.6 :v.". CO The Governor's Race Uoebel snys that the tiew law, the Ohtun school book bill, and the MuOhofd raflrond bill firp Deinocratlu party measures, nil should be the practical issues of the State campaign; but that . , , lie is as i rue in me issue ui rreu Silver ns either of liia opponents. He claims that the railrouds and 'the school book trust, nnd the (.old democrats are trying to beat him. Hardin claims that the same irisues exist ae were in the campaign of 1895 and 189G, that ho fought the battles then for Free Silver and the Chicago platform, and that his opponents who fear elec-Hio11 a 1 u A band of Gypsies Is encamped on Troy road near the city. The men swap hoies and thu women tell fortunes, aud wo are informed the hitter are doing a "land otlico" business, the camp bciui? besieged daily by numbers of the fair sex who seek to have their f uturu revealed unto them Obion Democrat: Saturday uight at an early hour Alfred Jeffries, a prom, inent farmer, who lives within 2 miles of the State lino, in Pulton county, was shot at three times by unknown parties. Mr. Jeffries was out iu tho front yard when the shots wero fired. None of the shots hit him, but ouo barely missed his head. Tho parties then left, but later iu tho night returned aud fired twelve shots into the house. Mr. Jetfries does not think ho has any special euemy who would kill him. but thinks the shots were fired by some reckless young men with v horn he is very unpopular. "is 00 bat. In tressury Aprlt 1, Itrporiof City Marshall for Maret To Tuxes colleoteJ 13:60 13 00 "To fines ' liiirJG Total, He hold Trramrer's ree'ls for stmt City Treasurer, W C Jonnson fitei the following report for March: oK.srsiL ron iocoukt To hal per Fehruary rejKirt, fifiSl ' mot. rccd. of Hickman Bank Hi i0 .. .. . 13 00 Tom Dillon, jr. 502 32 Dy checks paid this month WATK 1171 jvSMJ Balance ASH LtOHT ACCOUNT- fA j I To bilanoe February report "ami reed, of Hirkmn Hnk Tom Dlllou, jr. Coupons, he., paid CITY IIALI, ADOOIJMT 'Jl (.. so j Say near $1,500 of Indebtedness brought ovr from the previous year. The Interest on all of the city's bonds have been promptly paid as tbey matured and atnj le provisions have been mad lo promptly pay all future bond interests. Ou Janury 4 JS99 there were 44 Toller bond or $100 each, and 19 thy Hall llouds of $100 eicli. Ibt outtlan lliigrilt chocks are but few, tint exceeding $125. The only other of the oily except the Water and Light llouds, being auil.due II. A, Trier balaurs on W. and K. light set. tlewent for about $850, and for a new pump far water works $l,8il5, less one half the amount, whioh has been paid out of the XV and H. L. bond account. lialn; th calculation opon the ravtuuo rcelved few years, th total by the city h revenue beloncioir lo the central fuud account iucluulng cash vn band, will ap proxlnjaie, say $5,600.00 from vtbloh deduct uoial salary of cfiice lfi00f KUtK) Int. on Itiv lNnL Uoods -- tO (VI fl,.,.t.n,lln rl,...l- ,..vvn uj ij I. u .UV .M.H.auu.af g, Phaeton or Surrev, call on u Ours have ty!o, bootitv slid Our 1890 model SUKKKY ut I'JO.OO, is equal thoRoeold for $110.00. Good single strap llurncau, 10 nnd up. New Back-ban- d block of Plow Gear, Collars, I lames, TrnccchuitiH, High wheel combined check-H- o wem and Drills. Malta Donble Shovels Repairs. McCOUMICK Binders and Mowers. OUVER CHILLKD Vulcan Plowi. Sanders & Reeves. Pt HICKMAN WAGON CO., MANUrACTUHKR HIIKS FORECAST FOR Al'KlL. Uy lCrM6 , :i " -- l.aio; fir TIIK rKLKBBATB the light on their own records, are seeking to divert the public tniud, and to bring in tiew Issuob. He ins'iata that the party line up 'as in the campaign of 1895 and 189G. Stone says that he did not approve the new election law, but M It Is dolut but a merited Jui- expense llce 10 Ine present Ununell, t say tbat fiy int. paid on bonds their management of the fiuanalal af. (fairs of Ibe oily, fir lh past year, ha lUUncv to credit Ibis account 4:39 been such as not only to place th city's I HaU m. J W U V VsT m m TJWaaaafcaatJ j No change in Colleo bond account s'tee credit on a good and solid hais, but any j ' cbe:ks. orders, intere'i due on bonds ,Vo , w. C Jonxsotf, U T report lat that it Is how an accomplished The City Clerk reported that he lid will be promptly paid If presented lo the sac XlL. VsltkHv'w its operatioti has been fact, that executed dee I to C. ' Taylor, far i(ih Treiurr. The College and City Hall Bonds ean-nhalf of Ceroeterjr lot noJllU, 20X18 Oft, sees no necessity fair, and that be be boucbl from the owner al Par anl he having paid Supl Dillon $5.40 b uca of making that or any statute law aeerued Interest added, tbey are eonsller! it, f due on same. e. safe Investment for surplus money. Tbe City Clerk submltlsd to tkMM-oil- , ed ti issue in tbo canvuss; aud that Respectfully, bis Annual Statewtotof rsetlpTaSd lie Ib ready to meet and compare W. L. McCOTcnew, City Clerk. liburseioentsfor 'be pant ysr Uiln-nin- c records on the real issues with Janutry 4, 1808 and eu'lluj Jeuary The statement of the cily should bare :t, 1809, Idclusive, also tlie finnsul "either of bis opponents. He says of of the been made out and published the 1st of the city at lie beelnniog Feb , but was delayed on account of tiok-nsa- a. that tie lias been a simon pure prrti'nt year. On motion, the utaitmenl was ordered published and filed Free Silver man since Ills first On motion the Mayor wai direclel lo election to Congress; be thinks committee of three to eitmin appoint the roof and opera houe of tbe Ci j Hall that Hardin having lead bis party and report Ihe probable coil of repairs to defeat in 1895, is not now the needed, wherupon the Mayor sppcmied Blacksmith and Undertaker L P. E llson. C F U(n nnd W L Mc leader that the parly needs. He On itllon Cntchen as said committee. 'offers to retire from the race If tbe council adjournec. KENTUCKY. HICKMAN, W. L .McCtrrciiEN'. City C!k. 'any one can produce the proof MK A TKIALwben you want that be ever voted to issue gold GIVE done, or repair in Ilorseshoing a apsolalty bonds. Wagons, Ac. City Clerk's Annual Statement, I also keep a full line of The campaign 1b warm, and is &c Clocks, In compliance with the rtqoiroentt growing hotter each day. of the Chsrltr for Cities of tbe Fifth WATCH ANO JEWELRY REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Class, I herewith make out a 'dtuiled . Senator Grav has been provided for. statement of the receipts and eiffndl-lures- " Common, Rosewood, and Solid Blaek Genuine Seth Tboumn Alarm Clock, for (1.00. "What's iu store for Lindsay? Puducuh of the Cily of Hickman ts tht Walnnt Coffins and Cases, which can be Nowj. HIOKMAN, KY. year beginning Jan. 4tb. lS'Jd, attend- Qtlsd un in short notice, and al reason 4 Doors EiiBt of Laclede Hotel, An honored name. A man who able prices. Give in a call. ing Ju. 3rd, 1899, inclusive lived op to his convictioiiB. knowBQl. Shop near the Jail. W. C. JOH5HOH, v.- - sr C. A. IIOLCOMIIE, T. Prss'l. n. T. TII.KH. Prss'U OKNHAI. FCND ACCOUST ing that it would ruin his political centering ou the 25th and 2Gth Ib To am't in treasury Jn, 4 08, J til. 12 exactly coincident with full moon Reo'd from It. B. Millet, ex Mar'l, JU 10 fortunes. ' ' WLMcCulcheo.clsrk. tiSO.10 on the day of Jupiter's opposition " " T. Dillon, Supt. Cem'y, 15 00 with the Earth and Sun, both fallThe County AttorneyB of the ing on the 25th. We call upon all " " on taxes, Zi'i7 Indi-eatin- g The moon beiug iu perigee on the 5ih will tend very much to Intensify nnd proloui: fttinospiieric diRtnrhancee. The moon paenCB ovpr the celestial eqnator on the 7th and i new on thu 10th, that a very warm whvo for thu eensnu will appear during thin period. A yenernl low barometer will also develop and tunny Mornis of rain and hail will urosH the country from west to east. Mo one fhould he surprised if a Hinuok of lute sleet and hiiow visits northern sections as n seqoel to the toinmotlons of this period. But the times of marked storm conditions, with the general and heavy disturbances, will hIwh.vs fall within the limits of the storm periods. Henco about the 14th to 16th look for showery conditions to deepen into heavier and more general storms, with much hnil in many sections. Change to much cooler, with frosts northward, will follow iu the wake of storms. The Vnlcan ptorm period, ex tending from the 18th to 22d, will bring a decided change to warmer weather, with falling barometer generally. These conditions will culminate about the 19th to 121st, in renewed aud heavy storms of thunder, rain and hail. We name Friday, the 21st, an the most probable date for such disturbances, from the fact that tho Earth is on the equator on that date. The reactionary storm period Ualance overdrawn To balance for ' DHL fehruary report W. L. MoCuich- reed, of en IK50 53 713 00 I.eavlnr 13 742 to pay balance on pump. Tbr Tyler claim and prohahly a few other mall c'slnm not now known in me, hut not exceeding in the f'2,000 Th balance, say $1,700 ir f 1,800 tflns. left for labor an I material for the streets, and for Daviaeulal present, anr unknown grealr, J5 ; Lbv 0Kr 2y KIOKIwiEAIT "WTAQOlTSe, con-dili- KERB & HANDLE, A. F OLIVER. Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Undortakor's Goods iFINE First Congressional District met In Paducab last week to try to-a restoration of their per ceutage, (25 per cent.) on forfeited bail bonds They claim they have all the work of prosecution, &c to do, and get no compensase-cur- e tion. It would seem that the la- readers of these forecasts, espe dally all who have access to the da ilj telegraphic news of 'the world, to provide pencil and paper and keep a memorandum of every storm, earthquake, sun spot, solar and lunar haloes aud the like phenomena, say from about the 10th of April into May. " " " " " " Hiokran Bank, F. & M " Cash Book Store. Splendid Selection of on fines, Nat'l 95,70 K2 60 H ICKMAIT HIOKMAN, KENTUCKY. 8 A1TH, ok, 22.60 ffi 410.60 Total receipts of Oen'l Fund act, KXTKDITUaES. borer is worthy of his hire, and that these gentlemen should have reasonable compeusatlou for work fK required of them. will hold general H. F. REMLEY, Attorney-at-Law- . Build-in- y s. Ten States, including Kentucky, elections iu No- Offlco upataira, Holoombo vember. HICKMAN, 2ENTUCKY. ifii a wire trust, and the Will practicn in all Courts of tho State. tarnierB of this country will have to pay more for the wire they use. DR. BRiaHT, Three 1b ;v n. l! O have been sustained. Stone, candidate for Governor, 'says that he will retire from the race, if uuy one can point to the page of the official record that 'Shows that be ever voted to issue gold bonds. A young man who served a few months as a member of the 3rd Tennessee regiment, being asked wiiat poeitiou be filled, replied: "Ob, I was chief medical examiner on the staff of the seo-oncorporal." He needed an badly, bat was not much of a d of-Be- Young Brown has made before the court of appeals since the adoption of. the new constitution Every contention that John W. IL PHYSICIAN. EICZMA1T, &. Office over Wilson's Book Store, Holcombo Bulldinf,', KENTUCKY, 67 70 10 21 Walerlun'l nolesandint 1,120 70 I'Mforlotadj Water w'ks, 103 00 Sewer pipe and freight, 412.76 CO 00 Paid for brick, Water and Light repairs, 10 00 149 78 Lumber, Iilaaksmith work, 6 60 1 oar load of gravel, 14 00 14 80 Jsil fees, Austin MTr (Vs note, int. Hlver Bank Bonds int. K. H F.ilison, assessor, '07 II N Cowgill, 'J8 Sexton Cemt'y salary, " " Supt. " City Judge's " Cily Clerk's City Treasurer's " Citv Marslial's " ritj Attorney's " Mayor and Councllmen, I'rloilng Proceedines, Printing Charter, &u, Supervisors of Assets book Sewer survey and plans, Insurance on City Hall, Stale and County taxes, Hoof for XV. & L Plant, Paid obeoks of 1897, Paid Up Capital $50,000.00 UNDIVIDED I'HOFITN flO,00J Solicits your baRinesR. We offer the most Liberal AocommodaUeni to our Customers Cotmistent with Established Bankini! Principles. BURPLUM AND $ 'J5& 4S 87 83 13'i 00 60 00 60 00 330 00 NEW BOOKS, STATIONERY, NOTIONS, 6000 S00 00 160 10 100 00 100.00 05 98 &c R. T. TYLER, O. A. HOLCOMBE, J. NAYLOR, W. H. BALTZER J. W. COWOILL, W. L. MoOUTOtlEN. M. B. 8 II AW. Call and see our Stock. Every- 2U0 thing up to date. 75 00 30.00 ','100 10 00 Mary Beiiendes & Co. DR. S. K. DAVIDSON YOU 30 00 attlett, (Successor to Wra. Diestelbrink,) DEALKS. GET nroKMAN, KENTUCKY IN MORE In tbe COURIER JOURNAL than in anjr other pa-ppublished both In quality and TWICK-A-WKEer Fancy Groceries and Provisions, mtKUAH, KMNTU9KY. T308.68 ESTRAY NOTICE, Taken nil us strays by W. G. Adams, living in Fulton county, Ky., on tho Luusford road, about 0110 liiilo north of Rush Creek Ohnroli, nnd about two miles south west of Moscow, Ky., 5 head ol shoats, of bl.ick color. 4 of them males nnd ouo femnlo. Ono shoiit has a swallowfork mark in tho loft ear, tho mark has tho appoaranco of bului; bit out by a dot?. No other murks or Valued at ?7.f0. brands porceivablo. Given uutler my hand this March 0th, 1RW, J, V. Manbeu, J, P- P. O. - Work on Arrests under option law, Miscellaneous claims, Bal. on hand To streets, 1,007.0 30 00 23.35 6,13) 71 Oflloe over Oowgill & Oowgill's Druff Store. D. O. PARK. quantity. 104 Papers One Year For 50 Cenls, The TWICE-A-WEECOURIKR.JOURJ NAL lathe equal of many dallies, and the superior of all other papers. It prints more real news, more ood olass milter, more good stories, than anv olbsr. Ii. suod Weduesdaj and Saturday. A good commission lo agents. Sample oopin frit' on npplloalion. Write to K -- j. o. spEianx. Jan. 4th, 1899, CITY HALL ACCOUNT FEEE DELIVISitY. Telephone Store No. Idenoe, No. flfi PARK 1 - SPEI3HT, KENTUCKY. am't on hand Jan 4 1899, Ain't reoelved of City Clerk, 200 00 182 00 17 45 60 00 j q- - qi ' 35fl"JJ3 94 Real- - MAYFIELD, e By 2 Bonds paid, Int. paid on bonds, Paid for repairing roof, Paid insurance on Hall, 39945 fcti it IftvauUoB, Bal. oi band Jan, 4, 1808, j 39 Wilt do a General Law Business in all CourtB, State and Fed iTbIokhis, Drugit, Moscow, ky., b. nnd eral, and in all the Courts savs Jiph oils Pltintatiou Chill Ourocrildi- .,T.i ii. .,i(u l rm1ft liorftnsfi it of Fulton County. catos the flystcm of all uialnriAl poison, ftfoirtBt tiivsrf Coileetloai' auu ho gaartuiveesj iw COURIER-JOURNA- L CO,, JCY. LOOISVIUB, Ife v r; 'V N. - 'gfHI nfji'ifctaMmyfcMwiil COURIER, Meorge Wurron. '",. j. THE HICKMAN LOCAL NEWS. Council Proceed in Hickman Kt , April 3, 1829 I'rss-en- t. Council met in regular session Mayor Dillon; Counollraen, K Hson lleen, We'u, Thompson nml Smtl'rs The minutes of lb Uhi meeting were rest), approtrd aud signed. Tho follonlnn Account were presented, properly apprised, which on motion weredlperi Mid cheoks ordsrrd tuned for the "tuouutn : & W, 8 Elllton, L 1 for lumW. nails, So., (or irel work f 3 t0 10 !0 C. K. Iloen. for linullng K 10 J. J Noonon, dieting prisoner, 3 00 John WIIkoq. M lending llfthtii. It. I". Xjler. fur iho Fidelity nnd OiiMiMity In. I o , for lnur- 90 00 a nee on W. ami K L. Holler. W 1.. MoCuichen, (!. U f.ir pny roll" from Feb 11 to April 1, il, OOLLtOK BOND iCCOl'NT. S , UlmP. Uurlin arrived Wedmwlny horn Nashville. Everybody is uuxloxw for sprint inokMAN. weather to open, even the fisliertusiu. 7, ism. Friday, : : : Bob Tvler retnrnrd from Nashville Wertutwlny, briiiplnj: ft ronple. of tine horses home with him. Wo learn that ron OCVKKNOR : he paid OoOO for one of them. . WAT. HARDIN. Wo learn that Mr. A. J. Graham, a Subject to tho notion of the Democratic promiueut farmer ami worthy citizen of thi-- t comity, near Jonlau, died WedStato Convoutiou. nesday oMast week. No particulars. Mr. B. B. Sander has moved his family into house recently occupied by Clieap School Books. Mis. J A. Wilson, nud Mrs. Wilson hits moved into the house lately occupied by 'Oiip TrDPt follows HtiotheT bo Ed. Meyer. Vapidly these du.vH,nnl they fasten Tho river is f.dlitiK at Hickman, tho 'their hooks 'no Intddioiiidy nn ft ' and yesterday allThis upper rivers re-- ! should indicate ported falhmr. Jprmlaut, thHt 'the people of continued fall here, but chamjrs have ehould look alinrii when j boen so disappointing that prediction is 'denting with this qiieatlou. The unwise. F. Remley has decided to re- Jmnn who nhouts loudent, "stop sumoH.the practice of law, aud is back in thief," iB'Udl nlways the lnoKt lion-es- t t his former otllce, Holeombo building. thoroughly trustworthy, und will niHti. Tin docs not nienn that He is give close attention to business entrust'no effort nhonlil be iiwdo to get ed to him 'cheaper school boottft, hut it doeB A. E Brevard, of this county, is on 'mean that the people shonld not i the Federal grand jury, in Faducah. It is only recently that the law has been."yield implicit oon'tideiiop to every ,s changed that ex... 1:1... I ..1. .... ...... .....it i 'tiinn nliouting against the School to herve on juries iu U. 6. courts. "Book Trunt. A band of Gypsies i encamped on Troy mad near the city. Tho men swap The Governor's Race horsed aud tho women tell fortunes, and wu are informed the latter ;ire. doing a Uoehel says that the new elec "land office" biuiucivs, the eauip being besieged dnily by numbers of tho fair Hiou law, the Ohiun school hook sex who seek to have their futuru re lull, and the MoChortl railroad bill vealed unto them Obion Democrat: Saturday night ar1 Deinocratlu party measures, at an early hour Alfred Jeffries, a promand should be the practical issues inent farmer, who lives within 2 mile of the State campaign; bnl that of the State lino, in Fulton county, wax at three times by unknown parties. lie i an true to the Issue of Free shot .Teffriia was oat iu tho front yard Mr. Silver as either of his oppouetitR. when the shots wero fired. None of tho his lie claims that the railroads and shots hit him, hut ouo barely missedlater head. Tho parties then left, but 'the school book trust, and the iu tho night retnrned aud fired twelve gold democrats are trying to heat shots into the house. Mr. Jeffries does not think he has any special enemy who him. Hardin claims that the same would kill him, but thinks the shots iaHires exist ae were in the cam- were fired by some reckless young men with whom he is very unpopular. paign of 1895 and 189G, that be Am't on hand Jan. ph, 1S08, Uec'd from Collegs Treaturer, nds pnld, Interest paid on bonds, 21 H $ 10 00 2S54 30 . fc, ny 2,604 30 Pultin' 2.100.00 4(11,30 2 1808, april Ml. CO Iteo'd from Hickman Hunk. Kee'd from P A M. Kt Hank, Ktc'd from Olty Marshal, taxes, Int. p'd Spl. '97 coup Int. paid Mnrch 'IKS coup. Int paid Hept '98 coup. Exchange pld on draft, Freight paid on pump, Hy WATa ABD I.IOI1T Am'i on hand Jnn. 4lli IIO.ND ACCOUNT. W&ffi $$1 On 720 00 202.&0 '.'IW 60 2,823 26 Style won't do without you Imve tho correct tliliK in I lie wwy -- J 3 6G8 23 720 00 1)00 00 87 00 1 60 73 68 2606.18 11,003 07 Hal on hind Jan. 4 1899, .rk " " iw"Iu-j- - of a turnout. Ken-'tnek- y ) I I . From the above statement it will t seen that there was on the 4tli day of Hfliism', January, 1899, cash in the treasury to A (I. G'irtiibers, for repair on nredll of Cl'y IUII store room. 15 00 Oessral Fund account, $ 808 68 Tom Ullton. ir . (Mt Marihiil. fill wi'li Wter aud I.ltdit Bond account, 1,003 07 for Clly Hall llond uccount, City Hlerk, l'reuurer'a reoelpi 24.30 ."H41.3H, mnoimt duo from him In (j" 'or bwUiice 189S lxef, fine", &o.. na ftt Total oath on hand, $1 330 01 There Iihs teen paid out In 169 tor lia'lemnt with him for that year, 2U5 Clly Record Hook. bilities crvated prloiM to that yt'r.-Wate- r works tunnel debt. $1,126 70 The Sup'l. W. and E. Ilghla for ibe Austin Mfg Co' note and int., 87 Nt month of March, reports as follow City checks of 1897 outstanding, "55 4 Tl "1 To hsl in treasur. Mrch J, " unit collected during month, !!Sb6 $1,470.01 Ssy near $1,600 of Inilebtedneis brotighi ToIhI :V 06 J from (he previous year ."J C8 by unit. pd. out in March The Intern! on all of the rlly's bonds bate bee u promptly paid as they matured fts 00 and ample provisions Ul. In treiirr. April 1, have been mads lo Hf port of City Marshall for MareS promptly pay all future bond Interests. 137 W To Txes colleoled Ou January 4 1899 there were 13 00 "To fine " 14 Collere Bonds of $100 each, nnd 19 Li It Hall Bonds of f 100 lio(J Total, Tba outstanding city chcks are but few, He holdn Trewurer's rec'lt for stmt not exceeding $125. The only other City Treasurer, NT C. Jonnton file J the of the city except (be Water followinc report for March: and I.tgbt Bonds, being ami. due II. A. Tyler balance on V. and K. light set. GCNKatL rtlSD iCCOONT Ileuient for about $550, and for a new To hal per February report, tlHS '20.' i0 pump fsr water works $l,82o, less one half " mat. reed, of Hickman Bank 13 00 the amount, wbloh has been pld out of Tom Dillon, jr. I he W snd K. L. bond account, Uanieg 602 32 the calculation npon Iho rsienus received Dy checks paid this month lS.7l by the city the past few years, the total revenue brloncinjr lo the ceoeral fund Balance Sto account iacludiiiK cash on band, will sp proximate, say $5,000.00 I wTa jisn lioht Accouirr from which deluol usual To balance February report (A'Jl ) salary of oflice $1.600 00 Hirkm!! Huk ''uit. reed, ofTurn Int. on Kit. lUul Bonds 133 00 136(i Outstanding checks Dlllou, jr. 120.00 1.769.00 45.20 IF YOU WANT pe m ELEGANT BUGGY pcrvicu. Phaeton or Surrey, mil on us. Ours havn style, brattlv ami Our 185)1) model SURREY ut ID0.0O, in vipial to those sold for S 1 10.00. Good 8inglo strnp Ilurncsv, $10 nnd up, New Uack-band- ot nlook u of IMow Gcnr, Collnm, H nines, TraccchuiiiH, if, High wheel combined clicck-Kowc- m and Drill. Malta Doablo Shovels Repair. OLIVER CHILLED Vuleuu IMowi. Hinders und Mowers. Mccormick Sanders & Reeves. UK IVifml lM sTM rsm.f T MAMUFA-Ttmr.H- l f M m I. f; f fought the battles then for Free Silver and the Chicago platform, and that his opponents who fear the light on their own records, are seeking to divert the public wind, and to bring in new issues. He insists that the party line up 'as in the campaign of 1895 and 1896. Stone says that he did not approve the new election law, but that it Is now an accomplished fact, that its operation has beeo fair, nnd that be sees no necessity 'of making that or any statute law nn issue iu the canvass; aud that he is ready to meet and compare Records on the real issues with "either of bis opponents. He says that he has been a simon pure Free Silver man since tilt) first electiou to Congress; be tliiuks that' Hardin having lead bis party to defeat in IB95, is not now the leader that the party needs. He "Offers to retire from the race If 'any one can produce the proof that be ever voted to issue gold HIIKS' FORECAST FOR Al'ltlL. The moon being iu perigee on the 5ih will tend very much to intensify nnd prolong atmospheric disturbances. The moon passes ovpr the celestial eqnatnr on the bonds. The campaign Is warm, and is growing hotter 'each day. k P . Sen ator Gray has boen provided for. "What's in store for Lindsay? Paducuh Nows. An honored name. A man who lived up to bis convlotious. know log that it would ruiu his political fortunes. The County Attorneys of the First Congressional District met In Paducab last week to try to a restoration of their per ceutage, (25 per cent.) on forfeited bail bonds. They claim tbey have all the work of prosecution, &c., to do, and get no compensaso-cur- e tion. It would seem that the Is la- 7th and is new on the 10th, indicating that a very warm wave for the season will appear during this period. A general low barometer will also develop und many storms of rain and bail, will cross the country from west to east. No one should be surprised if a Bmauk of late sleet and snow visits northern sections as a sequel to the commotions of this period. But the times of marked storm conditions, with the general and heavy disturbances, wilt always fall within the limits of the storm periods. Henco about the 14th to lGtli look for showery conditions to deepen into heavier and more general storms, with much hail in many sections. Change to much cooler, with frosts northward, will follow iu the wake of storms. The Vulcan storm period, ex tending from the 18th to 22d, will bring a decided chango to warmer weather, with falling barometer generally. These conditions will culminate about the 19th to 21st, in renewed aud heavy storms of thunder, rain and hail. We name Friday, the 121st, an the most probable date for such disturbances, from the fact that the Eartb is on the equator on that date. The reactionary storm period centering on the 25th and 201 li is exactly coincident with full moon on the day of Jupiter's opposition with the Earth nnd Sun, both falling on the 25th. We call upon all readers of these forecasts, espe cially all who have access to the daily telegraphic news of 'the world, to provide pencil and paper and keep n memorandum of every storm, earthquake, euu spot, solar and lunar haloes and the like phenomena, say from about the 10th of April into May. Leaving 13 742 to pay balance on pump. Tbe Tyler claim sod probably a few other Balance overdrawn mail claims not now known in me, CITY HAM. ADOOtJHT but not exceeding In the sgzregaie, (2,000 To balance fur February report The balance, say $1,700 ur f 1,800 Mug " amu reed, of W. L. .McCutch-e- n Isft for labor an I material for the streets, snil for payiaeut at present, any unknown 'expense. It Is doing but a merited jus- to say lice Ine present 1 39 I theirto management Council, financial that By int. paid on bonds of tbs af. usin oi idf ciij, iir in pasi year, nss Balance to credit Mils account 4? J 9 besn such as not only to place th city's M tl Mf 3 X W astwWssssssssiisrl f No change in Colleg bond aocount isiice credit on a good and solid hails, but any cherka. orders, interest due on bonds fit, W. C Johmson, C T report. lst if prssented lo the The City Clerk reported that he ltd will b promptly executed deed to C. ' Taylor, fur mh Trenursr. The College and City Hall Bonds en- half of Cemetery lot nolllfi, 20X18 firt, having; paid Supt. Dillon $6.40 b ucs cot be bought from tbe owner at par and he due on same. t accrued interest added, they are oonslder Tbe City Clerk submitted to btlw-nit- , ad safs Invssliuent for surplus money. Krspeclfnlly, his Annual Statement of rsctljJTald W. L. McCutcb, City Cltrk. disbursements for be past year Ufin nins: January 4, 1898 and eudlng Jitiary The slfttsmsnt of th e city should hare :', 1899, (delusive, also the finsnoul con ditinn of the city at the beclnuiog ef the been made out and published the 1st of slok-neprevent year. On motion, the statrmenl Feb , but was delayed on account of was ordered publfalied and filed On motion the Mayor ws ilireettl lo committee of thiee to eitnin appoint sPViBlQsssssiiiSB.ssslssiissssssststsstfssilk9P7m ssssssssssia S'sslasfc'' the roof and opera houe of the Cil; Hall 'MMUik Ml iT isrssslsssissBtssilr nnd report the probable out of npairs needed. wherupnn the Msyor appemted Blacksmith and Undertaker L P. E lison, C F Hnen and W L as said commitlee. On tuition tbe council djournee. KENTNOKY. HICKMAN, W. L. McCutciiks, City Cltrk. -11VE.MK A TUIALwben you want X HU'ksinllhlng done, or repair in Horseshoing a apso.ally Wagons, &c. City Clerk's Annual Statement, I also keep a full line of Clocks, In compliance with the rtquirvsmls of the Charier for Cities of tbe Fifth s FINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Class, I herewith make out a ' detailed statement of the receipts and expodt-lures- " Black Common, Rosewood, and Solid sjV Genuine Solh Tbotimn Alarm Clocks for (1.00. of the Clly of Hickman Vs tbs Walnnt Coffins anil Cases, wbleh can be HIOKMAN, year beginning Jan. 4th. 1893, scdeod-In- g fitted up in short notice, and at rsason-abl- e 4 Doors East of Lnoledo Hotel, prices. Give uu a call. Jau. 3rd, 1899. inclusive' H5u Shop near the Jail. OKKKBAL FUND ACOOl'ST. W. C. C. A. IIOLCOinC, R. sssssssQ,T--ssssswlwfcsss J By Coupons, he., paid 1 0"" 1.W107 to J3 742 00 sir THKTRLKHATItw HAUUll J 1 a I 1JIF.. 1 sTsV 7 pd i HERB. & HANDLE, A. F, OLIVER. ssV Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Undertaker' Silverware, 4c Goods KY. To am't in treasury " " ' Rec'd from H. E. " WLMcCutcheo.clsrk. " T. Dillon, 8apt. Cem'y, " " Jn. Millet, T. Trt.KR. 4. OS, til. 12 111 10 650 10 lo5 00 " " " " " " on taxes, on fines, " Hickman Bank, F. M. Nai'l Ihnk, 3JK427 95,70 Cash Book Store. MM ICEMAN M3 Splendid Selection of JLJL mXm.e I rrss'U T. rres'l. i K260 2:2.60 15 410.60 HIOKMAN, KENTUCKY. . BAUK, JOM5M3S, w.. sr Asa. Total receipts of Qen'l Fund ac'l, FJCPKKDITUIES. R. worthy of his hire, and borer that these gentlemen shonld have reasonable compensation for work required of them. TEN StateB, including Kentucky, will hold general electious in No- vember. & L r. i ?5 hi There is a wire trust, and the formers of this country will have to pay more for the wire they use. Evert contention that John Young Brown has made before the court of appeals since the adoption of. the new constitution have been suBtaiued. Stone, candidate for Governor, 'says that he will retire from the face, tfauy one can point to the page of the official record that 'bIjowb that be ever voted to ibsub gold bonds. A young man who served a few months as a member of the 3rd Tennessee regiment, being sked what position be filled, replied: "Ob, I was chief medical examiner on the staff of the second corporal." He needed an of. Hce badly, bat was not much of a fc4 at UMHttom Paid ebscks of 1897, $ 256.4S NEW BOOKS, SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFIT Austin MfRt'o's note, Int. 87 83 Klver Hank Bonds int. 132 90 Solicits your boRiness. We offer the most Llboral Aocommodatlen K. B Edison, assessor, '97 60 00 STATIONERY, II N CowKIII, to our Oustoniers ConniBtent with Eitabliihed 60 00 '98 Sexton Cemt'y salary, 330 00 Rtinkini,' Prinolplea. " Supt. 6000 NOTIONS, &c, ' City Judge's 300 00 5(i m " Ciiy Clerk's R. T. TYLER, C. A. HOLCOMBB, J. NAYLOR, W. H. BALTZKR 100.00 1& City Treasurer's " 4S Attorney-at-Law- . Call and see our Stock. Every ' J. W. COWOILL, W. L. MoOUTOHEN. M. B. 8IIAW. City Marshal's 100.00 Hty Attorney's " 05 98 Otllco upstairs, Holoombo Build- Mayor and Councllmen, thiug up to date. 2190 ing. I'riniing Proceedims, 7500 KENTUCKY. Printing Charter, &c, HICKMAN, 30.00 Mary BeHENdes & Co. Supervisors of Assess, book 2100 Sewer survey and plans, 1000 Will practice in all Courts of tho Stato. Insurance on City Hall, 30 00 State and County taxes, 67 70 Hoof for W. & L Plant, 10 25 M. Water lun'l notes and inl 1,126 70 KENTUCKY P'dforloUdJ Walsrw'ks, 103.00 HIOKMAN, .asg (Successor to Win. Diestelbrlnk,) Hewer pipe and freight, 412.76 DKALEE IN Paid for brick, CC.00 Ofllco over Wilson's Book Store, Water and Light repairs, In lbs 10.00 COURIER Lumber, JOURNAL than in any othsr pa149 78 Holeombo Building, Dlaokamith work, f, 50 per published both la quality and Oflloe over Oowill & Oowglll' KENTUCKY, 1 oar load of gravel, quantity. HICKMAN, 14 00 Jail fees, 14 go Drnc Store. Work on streets, 1,007.09 One Year NOTICE, ESTRAY Arrests under option law, 30 00 KMHfUMKY. Miscellaneous claims, o. BPEianT. 23.85 6,131,71 d. a. PARK. Cents, For Taken up. as strays by W. G. Adams, Dal. on hand Jan. 4th, 1899, 5308.68 living iu Fulton county, Ky on tho & The TWICE-A-WEBCOURIER-JODR- f jay FEBB DELIVERY. CITY HALL ACCOUNT. Lunsford road, about ouo milo north of NAL la tho rqual of many dallies, and Crock Church, und about two To am't on hand Jan 4 1899. Rush C7.01 MAYFIELD, KENTUCKY. the superior of all other papers. It priats miles south west of Moscow, Ky 0 Am't received of City Clerk, ' VA 23 Telephone Btore No, 9i Resl-Idenomora roal news, mora food olass tuitter, of black color. 4 of head of ahoats, more (fond stories, than any otbtr. Is. them males and ouo female. Ono shoat No. DO. 423.84 Will do a General Law Baldness sued Weducsday and 8aturday. A good has a awallowfork mark in tho loft ear, By 2 Bonds paid, 20000 oommlsslon to agents. Sample ooplti free' in all Courts, Stnte and Fed"ri n MnntMU nniirirlllt. MOSCOW. Kt.; tho mark has tho appoarauco of boiug Inl. paid on bonds, 132 00 on application. Write to bit out by a dog. Ito other marks or Paid (or repairing roof, Iic'fl ollfl Pliintation OhlH Ouro nnd eral, and in all the Courts 17 45 bovs perceivable. Valued at $7.50. Paid insurance on Hall, brands COURIER-JOURNA- L v..t-catu60 OU 399.45 finds ItHuiiH nw iruo uwuj of Fnltou County. CO,, Given under my hand tins March 0th, tho Hytcm of all uialariAl poison, J( P- - F. O. 18W, J, F. Manbeu, LOUISVIXU, KY, Hal. oi band Jan. 4, 1898, u Vittift AHtBttoit iYn CoUrtlomr I 24.39 and ho guartunecsj Paid Up Capital $50,000.00 tt0,OOJ :.. K. E. REMLEY, DIBBOTORS YOU DR. S. K. DAVIDSON DR. W. BRiaHT, PHYSICIAN, SSi. attlett, GET MORE TWICK-A-WEE- Fancy Groceries and Provisions, KltlHAN, 104 Papers 50 K j. m e, PARK SPEIGHT, r iwr